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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY 1903 2TVMBMS t c fi ZOURJBENJ YEAR MAYS I THE CENTRAL RECORD HURRY UP h Or You Will Miss Exhibit The ladies Aid Socie ty has charge of our store this week Spe cial each day A Different Pro gramme Each Day THE i SewingMachine I attractions JIRHELDEN Of local Interest From the way hemp continues hUrom the country the supply All the local dealers are as busy as they can be The Hamilton house and T B Wal ker Sons store and Zimmers res taurant have been treated tb fresh coats of paint Let the good work proceed The Broanead Fair The Rockcastle County Fair will hold its Eighth Annual Ex hibition August 19 20 and 21 The Brodhead Fair has always been a good one but will be bigger and better this summer Mr J Thomas Cherry is the secretary New lav Firm Attorneys Lewis L Walker and W McC Johnston have formed a partner ship for the practice of their and will be glad to see their old friends when in need of legal service They are both good lawyers and when anything is placed in their hands you can rest assured it will be attended Their office will be in Col Brad quarters JDont Burn the Ballot Under the call for the primary May 9th it shall be the duty of the pre cinct election officers to preserve the ballots and to transmit them to the County Democratic Committee of their respective counties to be served by them as the law This is important and all election offi cers should not fail to observe this rule Primary Saturday Tomorrow is the day for holding the democratic primary to select candid ates to be voted for next fall The woods are full of gentlemen who want to serve the dear people and the will be almost as large as a bed sheet As stated in last issue Gov Beckham has no opposition but there are several candidates for the other places The people of Garrard may have been doing much thinking but there has been little discussion and it appears that few are bothering their heads as to who wins The farmers aqd merchants are very busy at pres ent in fact all are behind with their work and those who talK of the races are mostly those who have nothing to do but sit on their pants and whittle sticks Politics is growing more dis gusting every day and there are many men yes a very great many who at tend to their business go to the polls and for the best man no matter what ticket he is on This is a migh ty good idea too Dont fail to see the Wheelel exhibit at J R Haseldens must Association profession to leys old directS vote I troll be inexhaustible ballot Wilson t o Hold On your dollars nuwise ly miles of words meaningless offerings availeth nothing real worthtrue lowest prices that the public want They always have and always will find them I r c l scatter I j I I L r I Cr J 00 Tr r JV t v 1 I i oI ii 0- I z o I- Dont Its merit here irc 4t P- V 1 4 DRY COOCSCO k f r 4 r r iui 4b tra as 4 Dont forget the week of May 11 the Carnival Co will lie here Tha Maccabees had considerable trouble securing the Robinson Car nival Co but with the induce ments they got it week of May llth will a big one in Lancaster A big crowd took in the excursion to Cincinnati Sunday These excur sinus will be run every other Sunday next tall Sworn in us Deputy Miss Lizzie Brown has been sworn in as master at the local office She is satisfaction to thcpatrons of the office and she is careful competent and polite to all Heady For Business Mr Jennings came down from Paint Lick Sunday and tells us accompanied Mr Thos Lackey to cities and assisted in buying a tre mendus line of the best goods to stock his store recently purchased at Paint Lick Mr Jennings will assist Mr Lackey forseveral weeks The new firm sent us a nice order job work which shows they are starting right Buy Garrard Hemp Lexington Herald Mr W J Lough ridge has just closed a deal with Mr J IT Burk of Lancaster whereby Mr Loughridge buys 300 acres of hemp t Us rears crop in Garrard county The price to be paid is 527 per hun dred Mr Loughridge has also pur chased 110000 pounds of hemp last years crop from Mr L P Yandell of Burgin the price paid being 542 This price is a good one and consider ably higher than the prevailing prices paid heretofore No Preaching Sunday There will be no preaching service at Methodist next Sunday May 10 Sunday school at 920 as usual to which entire membership of church is expected Prof Mannix will conduct the Bible class as usual Dr Pearce by invitation cf College and Church authorities of Berea will officiate in Dedication service of the new Parish Rouse on above date The series of discourses of past few weeks at the Lancaster Methodist church will be resumed by the pastor Sunday May 17 The Carnival in Harrodsburg was a huge success Cant w make great its a good thing Let eve ry one boom the Carnival Take Your Choice The ballots for the State primary have been received by the proper olll cers and are distributed among the various officials who have been ap pointed to conduct the primary The candidates for the various State offl ces are as follows For Governor J C V Beckham Lieut Governor W P Thorne Abram Renick Auditor Jno Chenault S W Ilagcr Treasurer Henry 31 Bosworth Josh Griffith Gus Richardson Secretary of State HV McOhesney Attorney General Ira Julian N B Hayes J Willard Mitch ell and Charles Carroll Superintend Public Instruction Charles E Sugg Ben Watt James II Fuqua Sr and TN Arnold Commissioner of T T Hedger Frazee Hubert Vreeland Clerk of the Court of Appeals J Morgan Chinn Glenn Best One Leaving The number of colored men leaving this section for Ohio and Indiana is astonishing They have been going for some time and recently fifteen left in a bunch The trouble is they are the best hands the reliable men upon whom the farmers depend for labor We asked one the other day one of tho best hands in the county why it was and he said it was because they received pay over the river That a good hand could make from cents to a dollar more in Ohio than he can here and You get your money promptly and dont have to wait for it If the trifling ones would go also it would up matters but the trou ble Is its the best help in the commu nity who leaving If you think this statement is exaggerated Justtry to hire a hand for a few work and you will be surprised to find them Singular Sure Last fall while fishing under Cooks cliffs Beddow Morrow dropped a small pearl handle knife into the wa ter The place being deep no effort was made lo find it Last week while Messrs It McRoberts the druggist and W J Romans the carriage man were fishing at the same spot ter landed an 18 inch jumper The two gentlemen believe in cleaning their fish on the river bank so to scale and cut open the jum per They very much surprised to find a knife in its craw but still more so when Mr Morrow identified it as the one he dropped into last fall The blades were very rusty but the knife is all Bright Mr McRoberts has been a fisherman for many years but it was Mr Ro first trip novel t of last week has made him almost as en thusiastio a fisherman as Jio Stome Kearney p Speedy rthe Master a d preeminent of all high dlvertf will be The Maccabees hare certainly gecqr jieii the Cfo for the s proper be deputypost giving great R L h th for ent of J l1 Robert- L more replied many so the lat were thestream t t fJ0 to until church Lancaster Agriculture he even are days scarce proceeded otherwise mans and the CarnivalCo bestof all Carnival May Xl 7 y t- if r r F n e e The Public Square will b covered with show tents all next week The company is well recommended and you should not fail to come in Special each day VauccjrM Addre The Union Service of Mission by Lancaster Churches at the Christian church on Sunday night was most attractive in its interest The reporter who has been hearing mis sionary addresses by the worlds best brotherhood for thirty years past does not recall one who presented the sub ject more effectively in brief space than Mrs Yancey The earnestness and emphasis of the strong grouping of facts and principle of practical relation to a faithful Christian life the deadness of Christian profession without interest conviction or con tribution to mission as the central object for which Christian churches exist the fact that a non missionary Cburch and a non missionary Chris flan was a self contradiction the per version of Christs religion when the church only existed as a social club the inspiring tokens of the worlds conquest for the RedeemersKingdom the broad fellowship of all evangelical Christians fn the great endeavor with other themes and iliustrational was most forcibly presented from begin ning to end Mrs McRoberts President of the Society very effectual presided also making most appropriate remarks in connection with the opening and close of the service the devotional at the request of the President being by the Pastor of the Memorial Methodist church Yancey will cordially welcomed by all workers for Christian Mission in Lancaster whenever they can be favored by her presence Koblncoii Carnival Company Since the death of Pheaneas T Bar num the name of Robinsons stands foremost in all of the vast and amusement enterprises of today To the amusement loving public the name Robinson is familiar from Main to California from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast When the young and enterprising Manager Mr Dan R Robinson ventured into the Free Street Fair and Carnival business the wiseacres in the amusement business shook their heads in ominous silence others said it cant last What has been the results four years ago the Robinson Carnival Co began its ca reer others fell by the wayside during the four years Robin sons Carnival Co have not lost one week they have appeared in every large city in every State in the Union Plaving the Northern and Western States in the summer and the States in the winter revisiting the same cities and today the Robin son Carnival Co compared with companies Bat leys circus compared to a small dog and monkey show The amount of money that has been expended to make the Robinson Carnival Co an organization perfect in every detail is upwards of two hundred thousand to say nothing of their own cars and special train Mr Robinson into the carnival business in the same way a shrewd man would enter a manufactory or any other large undertaking always on the alert to the latest novelties in the amusement line his agents are always on the lookout and if the public want it Robinson will get it Grafters gamblers unmoral shows and the ob jcctorial features too attending circuses and carnivals are not with the Robinson Carnival Co The Maccabees have secured this splendid they will in Lancaster week of May llth In Court of Appeals As stated in a recent issue of The Record the City Council is putting forth every effort to get fire protection for the town and is determined to carry out the wishes of of the taxpayers as expressed at the polls As previously stated there is not enough taxable property within the town limits to raise enough money to go to the river so outside help must be scoured In order to make the matter absolutely safe a testsuit was brought This was tried fn Danville before Judge Saufley who decided the matter to be legal The case was then taken to the Court of Appeals and a decision will be hurried possibly being the next few weeks That the town will remain as dead mackerel until water is secured is a fact which cannot be contradicted Those monied men who are for Lancaster who want her to thrive and who are willing to invest their money instead of noard iig it up would gladly take hold of several matters improvement and put up buildings if there was any tection from fire but with safe guards they show good judge ment in remaining idle We have a number of means who are en terprising and with proper they would do thejr part pulling Lancaster out of the sleepy state into which is falling The present City Council is doing what it can in that direction and The Record glories in their spunk There Is on the map which does not contain a few people oppose which does opt originate them or with their out number is diminishing In Lancaster we believe the good m Ihsf neighbors attractions Inn h e 1 d addressthe missionstheir dumbness conducted be greatest followedthey I other Is like Barnum dollars entered business often tolerated i companyand renderedwithin as- a successfully prO absolutely- no ofmen d 4J j J 1 i ii jj f Mrs Southern secure appear nine tenths encouragement toward site town everything With the anti Will yet wakeupcatch etep with iixkuet y a f Spring Blossoms Our spring garments are now in full bloom and picking is a pleasure While we keep our stock constantly watered with new ideas that it may always be fresh and at tractive still we believe that the first picking is the best We are outfitters of the male portion of the human race The men boys and children we clothe are clothed rightly and economically and youll find them the best dressed people you meet anywhere We are anxious to have you see our new suits hats shoes and furnishing goods while we are in full bloom we shall want to ask you if you ever saw Mens Toggery more pleasing to the purse Make your selections while the bloom is on and picking is good fl T Logan Price Clothier Enjoy YourselfWe have secured the GREATEST and BEST of alt The Robinson Big Free StreetFairu and Carnival Company 1 Under the auspices of Lancaster Tent No 15 Knights of the Maccabees will appear in LANCASTER ONE SOLID 15 BIG SHOWS 15 6 BIG FREE SHOWS fi Including Kearney P Speedy the Worlds Greatest High Diver Mme Orrcco in her Great Spiral Tower act Prof dish and his famous Band a combination of ARTISTS ALL OTHERS 1 A display of nightly BHnjfy our wives if motherss sweethearts and dont motherr m J 2 i 2 i2 2 2- o 2 I 2 3 3 2 I 2 8 3 i 1 Tile Ole I2 2 1QJf T gI TgIT gI gIV 1 m MDNDY MAY 1i Win II A Week ofFUnalld Fro11o I rand s q 1 l i rJ 000000000OOO 1 0Mo O p o 0 0 y Q e 0o 0 e 0 e 0 o 0 Q l WEEK SURPASSING FIREWORKS children for et it1law a r- a 1 J T n L 14h Purchass a Surrey Buggy Road or Harness unit get our prices If you fail to look over our immense stock before you buy your vehicle lap rug whip etc WE WILL SAVE YOU money if you deal with us as long experience has taught us what to buy and how to buy it Romans Elmore itiJrII rLrrgt FB lfrillll- I OTT I m wagon ijI You will Make a m i 9 you I Misake CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyat Mail Matter Lancaster Ky May 8 1903 A New York woman committed because her husband would not buy her a new Easter hat Her action saved hunby many dollars Those wags who say there is noth ing in the number 13 being unlucky should read of the fellow up at Pitts burg who had thirteen teeth then went home and blew out his brains with a shot gun In Lexingtonthe other day a fellow was fined for selling red soda which was said to contain liquor Poor fool he might have known better than any thing but the genuine straight stuff in that town The Winchester Sentinel has figured that it costs 140 to kill a man in Louisville This is evidently true but It dont cost that much to get out of the punishment for the crime On the other hand it must be that every murderer Is not only acquitted but presented with a chromo for the das tardly deed Even out here in the brush they are turned loose and It happens most every day A California man has just added two years to his century He has been a smoker for eightyfive years and a moderate drinker for seventyfive years Now some cranks will argue that had he refrained from tobacco and his toddy he would be certain to live for another hundred That old rooster were he to speak truthfully would say he had received more genu ine consolation and comfort from his pipe and an occasional nip than from any other source Although the death rate of newspa pers continues larger each year there are people who will Jump in to fill a long felt want lose what money they have and paste the seat of their breeches to the ceiling It a paper recently launched In Law renceburg Is the latest to turn its toes to the daisies It attracted great attention for a while In fact the people raved over It But when the novelty rubs off when the editor has spent what extra money he had and is compelled to put in the time be first used in preparing articles to Retting out and hustling for cash the scene changes There is possibly not one man woman or child in any com munity but who will say they know how to run a paper In the face of this vast amount of editorial timber there Is not one in ten of the papers started that stands the racket or keeps its head above water Our ad vice is that unless you can make up your mind to receive little thanks and no pay for what you write about people let the newspaper bus iness alone There ought to be mon ey in the paper business croaks the croaker Yes and to be people who would investigate a mans business before they comment on his ability extracted offer to row t Second Ct4ss suicide Ungrateful there PAINT LICK Alfred Champ is at home on a visit Will Fish is in Richmond on busi nessMiss Maggie Francis is at home on a visit H L Wallace has returned from LouisvilleMiss Thompson is the guest of MrsR L Jennings Miss Lillie blurry and brother James visited relatives in Berea Born to the wife of Alvah Adams a 10 pound boy Frank Walker Miss Lillie Grant was in our place Monday soliciting pupils for a music classThe people of the Methodist church will give a shadow entertainment Thursday night Mrs Ed England and children have been visiting her parents Mr Jack Adams and wife Rollie Maret of col who went frem this place to Cincinnati Sunday was killed in a saloon at that place Milt Smith had his house and all its contents destroyed by fire last Thurs were all from home Mr and Mrs B and daugh ter Mrs Jones of Danville visited Mrs Ike Arnold Saturday and Sun dayWhile we cordially welcome Mrs Tom Lackey back to our place we to lose Mr and Mrs R L Jennings as they have formed many warm friends during their stay with us HAMMAGK Miss Mary Ross is visiting her sister Mrs Mr R F Parsons lost a good work horse last week Miss Fannie Austin has returned to her home in Stanford Mr Ross has been on the sick list for the last few days Miss Ida Parson visited the Misses Ross Saturday and Sunday Mrs Maggie Parks visited her moth er Mrs D S Ross Sunday Miss Corcillice visited the Misses Archer Saturday and Sunday Mrs S Archer and Mrs W Faulkner visited Mrs S E Hammock Monday A party of young people visited the oil well at Cartersville Sunday eve ningJohn Newland of col got his house destroyed by fire Sunday evening the fire the stove Mrs D G Ross had her hand burned by steam Sunday after rcturing from church at Good Hope We hope it is not serious Itemedy Mr HP Burbage a student in Greenville S C has been troubled for four or five years with a continous cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to fear I was in the first stage of consumption Mr having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded totryit Now read what he says of it soon felt aremarkable change and after using two bottles of the twentytfve ent sizes was permanent ly cured Sold by all druggists 1 m daythey FSlaven regret Wm Conn caughtfrom atlaw baKe Bur I Cemetery WorkThose desiring to erect memorials in tlie Spring place their orders now and thus be of prompt delivery We can furnish you thing from a 6 Marker to A Handsome Granite Monument Work guaranteedfirst class your home people and agents and gpufity llarMe ifeis STANFORD f 1111 Uti I I II I It II I II j I lit IIIIII II I I j sure l Pit I traTelei exp81l8e Tb garrar 8IJfBB2 rttfirru lnJOUfJJ iQ hrr j ito At t ttt fGc ik 7r f should any ionize save i s t X a k rr ijGr2 r FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 p L DAVIDSON 0V 0 Attorney At Law A A 6 Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums 4 of 500 and upward 0 McCREARV Mrs Mary Swope of your city our midst last week George Sadler bought one cow and calf from Mrs Collins for 30 James Harden visited at Newt Groves several days recently Ben Kelley bought one sow and 7 pigs from J R Bourne for 35 Mr Tom Gay and wife visited the latters parents at Giles a few agoMiss Rozella Gullev of your city Mrs Herbert Gulley last Thurs dayDave Anderson and wife were visit ors of Mr John Lackey and wife Sun dayHicks Bros bought one sow and 11 pigs from Thompson Hill of Buckeye for 36 Mrs Lizzie Walker and two ters Birdie and Annie in Madison recently Mrs Emily Brown and Miss Eliza Naylor have returned to their homey after several days visit with friends and relatives Let us make the week of May llone of frolic and pleasure Robinsons Car naval Co will be here BUCKEYE Ray is done planting corn Several from here attended court in Richmond Monday Rev Bruce will fulfill his Saturday and Sundayr- A very large crowd attended preach lug at Gunns Chapel Sunday Bob Noel and Abe Burton bought a horse from Jim Wearen for 72 50 Mrs Saddler spent last week with her sister West of your city LancasterMr Curtis wife and two children of Teatersvllle were guests of relatives here Sunday Mr T 0 Hill sold to John Hicks sow and eleven pigs for 35 and also sold to Jim for 16 A number of Mrs John Teaters had the pleasure being her again on her sixty fifth birthday All who were present reporteda time Immediately after preaching on the second Saturday May 9th there will be a sale of cakes and nice things to also a quilt that the society has made to sell for the purpose of remodeling the church Mr Miles will cry the sale in J W Browns yard Speedy the great High Diver will givetwo free exhibitions daily during the time the Robinson Carnival Co will be in Lancaster Elder Sprinkles preached Chapel Sunday Ebb Scott of John Tankers ley 4 hogs for 27 Thomas Manning visited at John Tankcrsleys Sunday EL Woods bought of a fat hog for 650 Daniel Royston of died of bill ious fever Sunday 3rd There was preaching at Hope Sunday by the pastor JC Forbought of Gee Miller eight hogs at 025 per There will be singing at Good Sunday at 3 i m Rev A J Murrell and W H Purr at Charley Dillions Sunday FoleyaHpneyandTar is peculiarly adapted for asthma and hoarseness E Stormes 1m Straightened finances often turn B you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach andLiver Tablets They are easy to takel and pleasant in effect sale ts h n e JA BEAZLEY I GO Jt t o f days visited here- In Mr Raymond appointment Mrs W T portion Easley asow friendS of delightful eat Lillard Good o clock vis- Ited It I For ptr i E 71i l t s r Jt 00000000000000 win visited frien Eliza wit FLAT WOODS bought Sam Ramse cob hundred every crooked When by drligglat r 1 f t w d e fC y tNya S4M 00000 E y all J C Fox was heie on business last week nom to the wife of G tine girl James P Rogers bought a mule at Lancaster for S50 J H Thompson bought some hogs last week for GJ cts Mr Willie P Rigsby of Cincinnati is at homo few days Chas Spoonamore bought work horse last week for 50 Mr Leslie Harber of Marksbury visited relatives here Sunday- J J Tompson bought 15 hogs at Crab Orchard for 6 cents per lb W II Brown here Monday hogs hogs for the Cincinnati mar ket Miss Ella Thompson has been visi ting Dr Browns family at Stanford for a few days John Rigsby sold a cow to J S Ows ley Sr for 835 also JB Hutchins one to same for 30 J A Hutchins left for Lafollette Tend last Monday with an eve to lo cafe there though doubtless he will conclude theres no place like home Uncle Ben Holtzclaws house burned to the ground last Friday He saved a partof his household goods No in surance He will rebuild at once The childrens day at the Methodist church will be the 5th Sunday in this month commencing at 930 A M A beautiful programme with some good speeches STONE Mr John Hegler of Illinois in on a visitSam Mofford sold to Ed Naylor a farm for 800 Mrs Wm Whitaker is very low at this writing Mrs M L Crutchfield visited Mr Stone of your city Monday Mrs W H Land has been very sick but is better at this writing Mrs of Pinkis with her daughter Mrs W Wilson James Sanders is visiting his daugh ter Mrs Sarah Coy at Kirksville Every one was carried away with the lecture Bro Gillian delivered Sun day afternoon Misses Sallie Lou Myers and Beulah Grimes were visitors at Misses Pearl Jewell Sanders last week Sallie Lou Myers and Miss Beu lah Grimes of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs Cy Marksbury last week Mr Ed Naylor and wife visited her father W II Land Saturday night and attended preaching at this place Mr Tin ley and wife of McCreary attended preaching at this place Sun day and dined with Mrs Mary A San dersWm Wilson is the happiest man in our little village He is the proud fa ther of a 4 pound girl hurrah for our merchant An Eagle visited our neighborhood last Sunday morning Mr U G Pres ton shot at it several times but did not strike it He said it had a white head and was a large fellow It kill ed a goose for Mrs Preston and was about to carry it away but was made to let it go VJrgil Wilds is a victim of the mumps Rev Jones has returned from Indian Jr remains quite ill at his fathers near Miss Lula McClure has been visiting the family of Albert Skinner Miss Naomie Hamilton of spent Sunday with Mrs Spoonamore J W Munday and family of liar rodsburg spent Sunday with Ruble and wife Notwithstanding the busy season several from here attended the Street Fair in Harrodsburg last week Communion services at the Presby terian church next Sunday orepara tory services Saturday afternoon News has reached here of the of Wallace McClure a former resident of this place but now a tele graph operator in Tennessee Farmers taking advantage of the pretty weather and e great deal plowing is being done Some corn has been planted and hemp sown Miss Virginia King a student Jessamine Institute Miss Grace of Ambrose and Lynn Arnett from near visited the family of King from Saturday until Monday Marion Prewitt sold a mule colt at Lancaster for 30 Miss Mamie Kelley is visiting her grandma Mrs Ann Ross J B S P are about the first to get loan planting corn EG Creech has suffered a great deal of late from neuralgia but is better at this time Joe A Ross is buying hogs at 6ic also Bot and Sam has bought at about the same price Lane to her hOn here a loiqgana pleas ant to herr daughter Mrs Will Broaddus of Madison Several from place heard Mr lecture at Lancaster day and with it ofcourse linking men riteeButfey D join the f r iifJ J h J a buy- Ing SallieJennings rend BEUNA VISTA 0 TerritoryJohn here- a Lancaster her sister Mr WP Nicholsvllle W T I NINA rather has Ii Ji tk J0t5i 7 ihlti1ILltSU P Kirby was C i marriage are o o Davis Curtis several Aunt Emalie returned after visit this Hawkins court were very much taken all right who will Uo x r kun s R t Every lady trim will cilia and see tile Wheeler Wilson will receive a souvenir J II llaselclcn j Clo luu of Graded School May 15 230 P M Childrens Musi RecitalMay18 230 P M Adanced Musi RecitalMay 230 Primary Grade Program May 20 900 to 300 Basket Picnic and School Exhibit May 21 200 P M Senior Class DayMay 22 1000 to 230 Cards and Yearly Records Given May 24 800 P M Baccalaureate Address Presbyterian church May 26 800 P M Commencement Exercises Christian church These exercises will all be held in the Chapel or on the school grounds except where otherwise noted and all parents and patrons are urged to them Come and assist in mak ing the exercises of this closing week one to be remembered The Ladles Aid Society have com plete charge of our store You are invited to tall and see the different exhibits J R Haselden If you have a friend within fifty miles of Lancaster write at once and tell them to be here week of May 11 and see the best of all Carnivals the Robinson Carnival Co Whos going to be the Queen of the Carnival Ladies tell your friends to hustle and vote for you An optimist Is a man who has a weathercock where his brains ought to beFoleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children C C J E Stormes 1 m It is your luck that makes you your judgment that makes you win Robinson Carnival Co acknoweledg ed by all to be the best will appear in Lancaster for one week commencing Monday May 1L The sweetest pleasures those which we have not yet tasted A LCIMOU In Health Healthy kidneys filters the impuri 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 1 in When you believe your brain is idle it is in reality working overtime for the devil A Little Early Riser now and then at bedtime will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles Dewitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills that cure by arousing the secretions moving the bowels gently yet effectually and giv ing 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 F P Frisbie 1 m Many socalled lowneck dresses have no neck at all The XRayn 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 attacksof indigestion How Can I Cure My Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands It will cure you of indigestion dyspepsia and prevent or cure Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol digests what you the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie We should feel satisfied that during these days of changing weather when ever coldcontracts it is not binding GREATLY ALARMED By a Persistent Couch but Permanently Cured by Chamberlains 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 and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubt edly saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine in use be depended upon For sale by druggists We wish to call your attention to the fact that w e are prepared to Rive you the Best top we have ever done Yon Tiot kept put pit the use of your vehicle long Call and see work j I P M attend loser and- o eatmakes 1 ni Cholera- f It can 1 I Fam I RBPAIRNO i are t T rr 4 r c c P the Exhibitor machine Exercises are always all m 0 w 0 and our O 4 WJRoans r Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material Dont Be a Hoodoo 1 r D III 1199 9 I I 11 I I II I II I I I I I t t t t fl I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I r j 5- McROBERT STORE Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever at tempted to show Yery Latest in tie YeMcle Line Our experience oi over 20 years knowing what to buy and Cr how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we ybuy in car lots for cash the benefit KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO fSuccessors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky We want to sell you your PAINT OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line Pristies Drug Dont Be a Hoodoo X I2 Over Two Hnndred Now In Stock I e I Youget SC OOC OOCJ O g g o 2 iJ612 Q I Q I Store I I I I I I I I tit t II t t t I I I I t t tit t t t t tit I It I iii ode les x OOOOOO 000000 000000 00000000000 OOm00Q Q 0 0o 0Q 00000 s WBBEAZrEY Dxentlatei Office over Thpmp t t t tit t It tit I t I II I II I It F1m aaZleYFaris i tf t tt t 1 0 t f 0 C sons store Danville OUR STOCK OF I VEHICLES IS NOW READY YOUR IINSPECTION C FOR 2 For Circuit Clerk We authorized to announce J W Hamil ton as a candidate for nomination for the once ol Clerk of the Garjard Circuit Court subject tothe action pe Je Old papers for sale Lenny Miller at The Record office VJiS t II I t 9 I t t I I 9 I 1 are r 5 J arty ff5 7rt t Mr1SL Y h tqNy p4 Y 4 3 VY J rr11 i DONTL DONTfT 1 1 ONTj Buy a poor Buy a Buffalo Pitts harroW 1a Buy a cheap Corn Planter Buy a Guaranteed Evans II Waste money on cultivators that wear out in two or three years 1 Tie to and the Brown and BrownManley OUR SETS OF HARNESS OuR DUSTERS We sell Paint KF POSTLE SpringBeauties s w LAP Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those in John T Williams is spending the week at Barbburville Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick spent Sunday here Miss Christine Bradley left Monday for her home in Louisville Miss Chenault of Richmond is the guest of Miss Elmore Mrs J E Stormes is in Covington visiting her cousin Mrs Aurthur Hub bard Mrs Ben Gaineshas been visiting the family of her son Mr G S Gaines of DanvilleMrs Wherritt left Monday for New Orleans to visit her son Mr Claud WherrittMr Tye of Barbourville was the guest of his sister Mrs J T Wil liams Thursday Dr J B Kinnaird left Monday for New Orleans to attend the National Medical Association GMrs T B Walker and children have been visiting her sister L Steele of Kicholasville Mrs Enoch Grehan who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Lexington Tuesday Mesdames Pattie and Lizzie Hays of Stanford have been visiting their mother Mrs Mildred Beasley Mrs W R Cook and little son have returned from Ashville N C where they spent the winter Mrs Lilly Tye Powell of Birming ham Ala is expected soon to sisters Mrs J T Hays of Hyattsville and Mrs J T Williams of this city Washington cor Danville Advocate Mr Kee Kinnaird and his most ex cellent wifeof Middiesborough left for home the first of the week after a stay in Washington nairds Danville friends will be glad to know that she is recoving her health Lexington Herald Miss Dove Em bry and Mr William Embry left yes terday for Lancaster to be the guests of Miss Anderson for the dance which was given there last evening in honor of Miss Christine Bradley who will go to Louisville next week to make her home Mr N Miller received a telegram Bread For Sale Also Peerless Iceland Freezer est Ice Cream Freezer male Call and H M BULOU Wz Are Norma o Mrs W Mrs Kin lang on j rtGU see and buy f j iJ t rF F 1 I r 1 I I 2 1 I I I I e Robertson f visit he r r f delightful Y z y z 6- a T aq t x g xY Y t f- Y r r 1 Saturday afternoon announcing the death of his father which occurred at his home in Cincinnati Friday night Mr Miller wife and two sons Joe and attended the funeral return jng Tuesday night The deceased the of Lenny Miller of this office lie was 87 years of age and came to Covington from Germany about forty years ago Hehas suffer ed a great deal in recent years The many friends of the family extend deepest sympathy O W Shugars is in Versaills working insuranceMiss Dooley has returned home from Cincinnati after attend ing the wedding of her sister Miss Margaret Dooley Mr John S Armstrong wife and daughter Mrs Fhppen of Dallas Texas are visiting Mrs Armstrongs parents Capt and Mrs F J White Danville Advocate Mrs Minnie Jennings and Mr Roger Rucker of Paint Lick are the guests of Mr and Mrs William Rucker on West Wal nut street Lillie Dale Grant was in Paint Lick this week organizing a class in music She is a splendid teacher her work always giving the greatest satisfaction Mr Fred P Frisbie who has been having a serious tussel with the mumps is able to tie back at his drug store Fred says he came near coming out secondbest in the tight We are glad to note material in the condition of Mr Jno L Doty For several days he was in a critical coudition but has taken a turn for the better and It is believed he will soon be fully restored to health Charley Zimmer who is studying dentistry in Cincinnati is at home on a short vacation During the past term he received hightest marks and was highly complimented on his work He is a deserving young man and will make a success One of the most delightful dances of the season was given at the Mason Hotel on Friday evening In honor of Miss Christine JJjadley The yonng ladies as ever attractive In style and gowns The ballroom was beau tifully decorated for the occasion Elegant refreshments were served by Mrs Simpson after which dancing was in vogue to a very late hour Miss Margaret Tomlinson of Rich mond avenue entertained with cards Thursday evening in honor of Miss Christine Bradley The favors were captured by Miss Christine Rradley and R L Davidson After the game dainty refreshments were served The honored guest is a pretty brunette with a winning pleasing manner She was gowned in becoming style Miss Altie Marksbury entertained the B B club Thursday afternoon in a very pleasant manner at a May party The rooms were beautifully decorated with tulips and magnificent palms The happy lot en in their handsomest gowns pre sented beautiful pictures as they sur rounded the labels on which were placed the name of somo flower from which a number of questions were to be answered Miss Christine Bradley was the winner of the first prize while Mrs J E Stormes successfully landed the second Miss Bettie Anderson was given the consolation One of tIle principal features of the afternoon was the singing of Mrs Juliette Rogers She was in excellent voice and sang with much fervor The souvenirs minature figures of China and bisque The finding of these unique souvenirs any number of pleasant comments and added enjoyment of the occasion M i s s Marksbury offered a stylish and de licious Flue Seed Mr T B Walker showed us a sample of hemp which have been at tracting much attention They grew from seed sent to buckle by Rev W F Jenkins Sin Chien China April J902 Mr Wal ker a limited quantity of the seed Cant Lancaster make as big a log as Harrodsburg did with the Car nival CerfainlyKCpme and see The Press sari public burg unanimous in Carnival Co is the beef of all Willie was grandfather were roses of M FAl In sbow ar at ob t f 4 itwr t J tFi f f Z is 1 Miss improvement the young wotv were afforded tot menu that from bas for sale of are l t t i d d he rod s sue s At the home iof her untie Mr IV S Valkcr In tipper Gdrrard Miss Jane Kayauaugh kusk to llev Henry Wednesday at 4 p m The ceremony said by Green of Danville The ribbon boys Masters Wade Walker and Edwin Walker preceded the party the beautifully decorated parlor The bride came in with her sister Mrs Lewis L Walker the matron honor The groom entered with his Dr Marshall Fret ty little Miss Mary Walker gracefully fulfilled the part of ring girl The dec and Mrs McDowell driven to Whites Station where they took the train for Irvine where the groom is pastor of the Presbyterian church The bride is a very charming young lady who is popular and greatly by many friends in Lancaster and Gafrad county is very attractive and handsome charming manners and dispositisn Her gown was of embroidered Paris muslin the veil looped with orange blossoms She car ried brides The groom is well known over the state and isan agreeable gentleman and a minister of much ability On the eve wing before the wedding the party was given ah elegant supper and at the hospitable home of Mr Walker Cynthiana Democrat A friend pays Mr McDowell this dcserved tribute Mr McDowell is the eldest son of the late Dr ITervey and Mrs Louise Irvine McDowell of this city He has been in the ministry about live years being called to the pastorate of the church at Whites Station about three years ago He is now serving the church at Irvine also Mr McDowell graduated from the graded school at this place and Lee and from the Presbyterian Theological Seminary Louisville to his scholarship and intellectual ability a refined personality and pleasant manners which have won for him a bride of unusual culture and and friends in his chosen in proportion to the number he has in his childhood home who unite in congratulations and good wishes on this momentous occasion Sensible Do A Paint Lick lady recently went to visit relatives in Richmond Ind with her a large Newfoundland dog which had been the pet of the family The dog was carefully crated and rode in the express car Shortly after reaching the destination the canine was missed and the family thought he had been stolen All hope of finding him had been abandoned when about eight days later he put in his appearance at the old home near Paint Lick lie was much worse for wear evidently having had few handouts by the good along the way There was great rejoicing when he reached the fatted calf killed etc and the owners say the faithful animal shall never leave them again How Capital May be Interested Rev T DewiCtTalmagc said A newspaper whose columns overflow with the advertisements of has more influence in attracting attention to and building up a city or town than any other agency that can be employed People go where there is business Capital and labor lo cate where there is enterprising No power on earth is so strong to build up a town as a well patronized and the pow should be appreciated An Eye to Buclnem An editor In a neighboring town stated that he had been kissed by one of the most beautiful women in town He promised to tell the name in the first issue of his paper next month In two weeks the circu lotion of his paper doubled But when he gave the name of his wife he had leave town Good Recipe Somerset Journal To kill your town Knock ever suggest never Cuss it in the presence of strangers seek to bleed homeseekers ask two prices for property trade elsewhere and make it easy for others to do like wise We have just purchased one of the finest and best machines for putting on rubber tires in Central Kentucky W J Romans 100 acres of grass for rent Apply at office mltf Our customers are well pleased with our fine and repair ing W J mltf We handle and have in stock the following high grade buggies surreys phaetons c The Columbus Buggy Co Kauffman Curtis andReld- y Mojen Woodhull And cheaply grades We have buggies at Romans El mltf Teachers Examinations Examinations for teachers will be heldat my office Friday and Saturday May 15 and 16 of pupils completing common school will be held the second Friday and Saturday in May 8th anjd 9tbV Examinations for colored teachers held at myofflceFiiday and Saturday May 22ftnd 23r Walker SupJL C Y mS cU R J kInc t hU J palmsimmediately beloved of roses accomplished reception Presbyterian from Washington refinement taking but housewives Paint Lick businessmen will communities newspaper recently ito m tf II s L lk i1 i l qi1t If 2 b I r 1 a was married McDowell last was ti- E 11I Into brother McDowell were Added are vocation this Romans many more white Examination course d will be Mrs S f f ft6x 9 5 r nA r NUItlBKB New Idea Wonmn BlagazlBe- BrideSj graduates flowers the dominant features of the first month of Summer and the June num ber of the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAG AZINE treats of them all June the Month of Roses Isa practical floral paper by B Kreech charm ingly illustrated Sarah Slater con tributes a noteworthy article o n June Brides Agnes Warren de scribes June Fetes and Kate Mar stow writes of A Woman and her Pin Money In addition to these din tinctly timely themes the several de partmens of Society Fads Good House keeping Embroidery and Home Dressmaking receive novel treatment characteristic of the season The short stories and verse are of excep tional excellence Business and Bargains Citizens who subscribed for the Maccabee Carnival I Hamilton Lo gan Dry Goods Co Logan Floyd Curtis Gaines hotelC D Powell Walker Co RZimmer W B Moss J W Sweeney H D Simpson hotel mason J R Ilaselden Potts Bros Dr F P House II M Ballou Thompson W II Ward Livery T S Elkin can and W A Arnold We are prepared to do paper and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillin Brosm5 Call and see the Perfection Oil Stove in use at J R Haseldens May 4th to 9th Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices J Haseldens 424 tf Get our prices on buggies J eldens 424tf Go to Haseldens for harness of all kinds 424tf Every thing is a bargain at Hasel dens 424tf per bushel for the best seed m27tf Potts Bros Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan cater 12tf See Conn before making for carriage painting rubber nap and all kind of work If you own your can get the money to and pay it back in which will be cheaper than rent J C Hemphill Our goods are the best and prices the lowest J R IIaseldens 4 24tf Money to loan on easy terms Hemphill 43tf paint VHjr carriage buggy c Work and guaran teed at Conns i 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 ished at low prices for siMi nice worn 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 1 cash 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 tires put on by Conn and see of Bugg ies and Carriage Can save you money Why pay when you can own instalments can do this J C Hemphill 43tf Dont put off having a good pictur made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf Fox the photographer every Friday a24tf Hemp amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West Cedar Pocti For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price from 20cts to SOcts They strictly A L W S Fish Paint Lick Ky aiqtf Potato Plants Brazilian Bermuda SouthernQueen and Venelen will be ready May 10th ma8lm Geo Smith 15650 for the round trip to San May 11 1617 inclusive good return 15th General Assembly f 16 to Hew Orleans and return May 16th to 21st inclusive good to May 22nd Tickets will be extended to June 15th by 50 cents Account United Confederate Veteransjteunlon Ibay a unpaid school on for the year 1302 if not paid law requires be to close my books 1L are Benjamin II T Co- T B J C IIenryDun hanging before 1 corn c n lot ou boil you house inst I nts 43 tf J C WantedTo sh through Co stock of Buggies Cirri get price on same You U L Uu er Co stock en the e In and pay for it in ou Small are Fran lsc fee i w d tr o fttt JUNE and 3 Fr3sble Malcolm Riles act tf s etc and 1 be aston house yo 1 Remember Inhere Seed L Nale Presbyterian church recur payinga of Notice little tai my books In axfew days Tleasy t 3 v 1 rLJ n d he i No competition no opposition Bought by all Farmers and sold by GAINES BROS You owe it to your family to have a food picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work ii splendid a24 tf All kinds of Carriage rep Conns Japalack for painting floors and all wood work also sunproof paint at Thompsons a10 Fountain and and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler We want 100000 pounds of wooland will pay the highest market price for same Elkin Doty 4104t Nablscoes and Festinoes are th test for lunches They are the f Currey Davids Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at Potts Bros m6tf I have secued a first class carriage painter who a large experience in painting and I can give you better carriage painting this season than you can get anywhere else All work Conns Carriage Shop 43tf All persons having claims against George Bright lately deceased are hereby notified to verify them accord mg 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 Executor of George Bright ml5t 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 of sale A M G W EVANS Spring Opening of We are some of the handsomest Wall Pa pers that have ever been shown in Danville many of which imported The prices range from the papers most expen sive specialties These pa pers are being opened daily sari on display at our store and of Lancaster Garrard sari ad joining counties invited to inspect them furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting promptly by com Paints and Window Glass We have the best paints on the also leads oils all kinds of painters supplies at the market AEGibbons at Stylographic pens a J each hash d guaranteed Notice i son td WallPaper cheapest tothe mixed r 4 ri 3100 buggies Bourne Auctioneer were are Estimates ready market J i- 3p8 11A1rNST DANYZi 4KY rtY acPs Jir NO DOUBT JAVA en nnnn Realizing the desire to obtain a strictly First Class Coffee at a reasonable price recommend to you our NO DOUBT JAVA and ftLANKES celebrated coffees On Saturday May 16th will give a re ception at our store All the ladies are cordially invited to attend used at J R Haseldens on May 9th Saturday will be TXTo Doubt Java sold and guaranteed by us The coffee to be used at the reception will be Blankes Celebrated CYCLONE coffee CURREY DAVIDSON and get prices on Hoosier Corn Planters Binders Mowers Hay Rakes arid Binder TB WALKER ft SON Dont Hoodoo vvvvvvv consumers Ewe 9 we E E 3 UUUlUUU1U1U1U See Us r i baa r fi vvvvvvvv w r wvvvt 1V VVVU VVJ r r r Thc ffo 111 1 0iJU11iIN1NlNNNIIN11111NINI 1 1 Cultivators 7y t r t IERGES FAVORITE RESCRIPTION WEAAWeMEN 1 4t rI 0 i File fx 1 I25c Per Pound u 3 leo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC rates at Walkers of ice v T i 4- i h specialtYL r a Sr7- L It shows the inherent desire of a woman tcTbe helpful that her chief comrdaint against suffering is often that she cannot work What must such a condition mean to the woman who must work if she would live There is no woman so independent of spirit as working woman yet there areS many selfdepend ent women struggling on day by day knowing that they must soon break down and become depend ent on others For weak rundown women there is new life and new strength in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures backache headache nervousness and other of womanly diseases by caring diseases which cause these ills It establishes dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulcera tion and cures female weakness- I suffered from female weakness for three years so that I could not work Clara Peterson of Manhattan Ill Box Was all rundown only weighing pounds to one hundred I used your Favorite Prescription and one of and can now do all kinds of work thanks to Dr Pierces medicines Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser paper covers is seatfree on receipt of 2 1 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y OVe- rworked ifl o 253 i k consequences regularity I For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc In Columbia a few days ago Mr G N Roberts sold a nice team of mules for 25125 Shropshire Bros of Paris have sold to Mode Nichols of Lexington their saddle gelding Chief by Cromwell Ea gle for 1500 Mr Bob Woods of Goodnight sold a good pair of mules to D If Allen Mon day for At Paynes depot days ago Dr RIsque sold a pair of fifteen hand mare mules 4 years old Dr Davison of Spilman prides him elf as being one of the best calf in Hancock county and it looks like he is He has cue calf 8 months old that weighs over 600 pounds Gentry Bros of Lexington sold 14 mules weight 1100 pounds to J C Carpenter at 165 per head Sheriff Cartwright of Nashville purchased in Kentuckya splen did bay herse 16 hands high and a high stepper The price paid was One of the best things tovdo with the skim milk is to feed it to young P 375 3f w for280 raisers recently recently 260 I I I J I j 7 I SUFFERED FOR THREE YEARS SO THAT I COULD NOT WORK stock on the farm Lazarus Altsheler of Horse Cave bought at Glasgow 80 mules ranging from 13 to 16 hands high 16 hand mules bringing 150 15 hand 125 to 135 13 hand 5750 each According to the Year Book there are just an even two dozen sires that have begotten seventyfive or more 230 trotters and 225 pacers The number sired by these twentyfour stallions aggregate 2568 Of this num bur 1526 were sired by George ten of his sons and three grandsons The next nearest family is that of Electioneer that with two sons sired 325 Happy Medium and Insson Pilot Medium come next with 212 and Strathmore with his grandson is next with 192 The body lice which afflict poultry will be taKen care of by the fowls themselves if given a chance Dust Is of the same use to a hen that water is to human something to bathe in A box four feet square in one corner a foot high always filled with very dry road eust will keep fowls free from the large lice and keep the clean A Cincinnati seed merchant predicts that clover seed will be worth 8 per bushel this season and says there is a scarcity of good seed To keep the sheep in good condition they should be fed some kind of juicy food Chopped potatoes are Hogs sold in Chicago last week at i I total Sidney I plumage excellent U Eczema Psoriasis Salt Rheum Tetter and AcneBelong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known diseases The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the blood saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin producing an indeI scribable itching and the yellow watery discharge forms into crusts and sores or little brown andwhite scabs thatdrop off leaving tffe skin tender and raw The effect of the poison may cause the skin to d I can cheerfully endorse your S S S as a cure for Eczema I was troubled with it for 25 years and tried many remedies with no good effects but after using a few bottles of S S S was entire ly relieved Wm Campbell 313 W Central St Wichita Kan iL crack bleed or give ita scaly fishy appearance the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red bumps upon the face Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin diseases Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring again I t blmishes S S S all accumu lations antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates and revitalizes the sluggish organs and the impuri ties off through the natural channels and poisonous pass relieve the skin S S S the only purely vegetable blood purifier It contains no ArSenic Potash or other harmful mineral us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge We have a handsomely illustrated booK on skin diseases which will be sent free to aU who wish it THE SWIfT SPEClr CO G Dont baa Hoodoo t t t t t t I It It t e It Dont B a Hoodoo i I 7 l i F o If tf Jtc jj 0 r t to c AI Y H r I iit 1 f ft J5i 3 I b tB i i i i tit c S St jS4 t rt S l c t e a 1 2 J AS busiest lYrujuottiie yeaii l UHII S L toujihl of John Jones of Scott county 35 1150 pound cattie a IA 53 Garden and farm work is very much behind in the county on account of continued weather Martin Drury a farmer near Union town Unioncounty sold 39000 lbs of tobacco off of 23 acres of laud The Department of Agriculture has issued a comparative statement of the wheat crop of the world showing that the total of 3124422000 bushels in 1002 was distributed as America 781120000 bushels South America 75084000 bushels Europe 1798963000 bushels Asia 370428000 bushels Africa 48 000000 bushels and Australia 43927000 bushels The crop in the United States was 670054 000Brood mares should be well fed though not made too fat Experience has shown that they should be main tamed in good condition if they are expected to produce vigorous foals Mares that have not been blankete have the appearance of better condition than what they are The touch of the hand willtell the experi enced stochman the true condition of the animals If thin in flesh they should have more liberal rations of oats and bran to increase their strength for maternal duties The parental foal should not be starved if breeders expect to raise good nurses Mares that are very thin in flesh will not yield so large quantity of milk as would the same mares if in good con dition begin li p under such conditions can never make so valuable animals as they would have made under more favorable circuin stances It is poor economy to keep brood mares thin in flesh A Sure Thine It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not alto true Dr Kings Discov cry for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thous can testify to that Mrs C D VanMetre of Shepardtown W Va says I had a severe case of and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One hot tie 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 McRoberts druggist Trial bottles free sizes 50c 100 Truth would not be so embarrassing if we would get better acquainted with it From a Cat Scratch on the arm to the worst sort of a burn sore or a boil 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 1 m For White Wash The following formula for the so called Government white wash which Uncle Sam uses at military posts and around public buildings Is of val ue at this season Slake half bushel of good stone lime in boiling waterkeep ing it covered while slaking strain and add half a peck of salt dissolved in warm water three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste half a lb of powdered Spanish whiting one pound of clear glue dissolved In warm water Mix all together and stand for several days Keep in a kettle and apply as hot as possible with a clean brush The Country Bred Boy A glance at a list of the great men of the big cities of the United States willprovc that the couqtry bred boy is far superior to his city born cousin in point of business and professional ability and general capacity Many reasons are advanced for the success of the country Day in the large cities but theone that seems to hit the nail on the head is that the youngster of the provinces is taught to work and by that is meant a good honest days work one of 12 hours He is a stick er too who is willing to start in at the bottom and when you coun try boy who is a Worker and a sticker he is invincible You cant keep him down A Straightened Out A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism I handed him a bottle of Chamberlains 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 Pattens Mills N Y A few days later he walked into the store as straight as a string and a dollar saying giveme another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house all the time for it cured me For sale by all druggists 1 woman who is ashamed of her husband nevertheless expects others to respect him A Starling Test To save a life Dr JT frMerrit qf Mehoopnay Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused byuicera tiou of the stomach I had often found Electric Jiltters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribedthem The patient gained from the first and has hot at tack to Electric Bitters are postively guaranteed Dyspfepy sla Constipation and KrdneytroublejB Tir ein SOc atE r i m I Ie d- hUIt1ttltirUUlt i often Foalsthat ether New sands Regular 1 m DeWitts linda Farmer handedme 11 had an l4inontbs IndJgeStlo 7- t if I T Tataetcr follows North Bronchitis 4 protruding as- A 4S5 for Only 5 r r I t v HoodQ I 0 J 7 7 i4i Quick Arrest J A Gulledge Qf Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from asevere case of piles causing 24 tumors After and all remedies failed Bucklins Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It con quers aches and kills pain McRoberts druggist 1 m Trutn is stranger than fiction but an untruth often sajes friction Made Young One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D II of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and bowels Purely vegtable Never gripe Only 25c at R E BIcRob erts Drug Store 1 m Figures never lie but the people who juggle them often No will contest has ever been wag ed over the many ills man is heir to To most people a clear conscience is a luxury not a necessity The AVustesof tlie Hodj Every seven days the blood muscles and bones of a man of average size loses two pounds of wornout tissue This waste cannot be replenished and the health and strength kept up with out perfect digestion When the stom ach and digestive organs fall to per form their functions the strength lets down health gives way and sets up Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive to digest and assimilate all of time wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that protects the health and strength of themind and body Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and stomach troubles It is an ideal spring tonic Sold by F P Frisbie 1 m Notice to Hear Proof on Claims Uarrard Circuit Court A J Rices Admrc Plffs vs A J Rices Heirs c March term 1903 in the above styled case the undersigned master will hold daily sittings in his office in Lancas ter Garrard County Ky to hear proof on against the estate of A J Rice deceased These sittiugs will begin May the 5th 1903 and continue from day to day until the 30th day of May 1903 All persons holding claims against said they will become barred Given under my hand April 23 1903 JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Sam Preston Puff vs Franklin Dennis c and R E McRoberts Plff vs Franklin Dennis Deft virture of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 1903 in the above cases I will on MONDAY MAY 25 1903 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the and best bidder the following described property in Gar rard County Ky which is bounded as follows Beginning at a black walnut in a corner to Jas Sanders thence down said branch with its E 185 poles S23i E 151 poles S 18 E 15 310 poles S 8 E 20 poles S 2 W 34 to Colliers Fort of Sugar Creek with its meanders N 74 W 409 doctors 25c at R E u Again Turner disease organs DelLs theGarrard promptly Defts consol- Idated ranch meanders- S r I doS- S 5 31 poles N 591 W 31 poles to the mouth of a small branch with said line N 30 E 14 poles N 37 E 12 poles N 49 E 4 poles N 44i E 0 poles to a black walnut thence N 49 E 74 poles N 44 E 6 poles to a black walnut in the head of said branch thence N 20 E 95 stake where a bar post now thence S 71 E 8 poles to a stake S 81 E 18 410 poles to a stake S 80 E 20 poles to a stake S 80 E 12 poles to a stake thence S 88 E G 8 poles to the beginning containing 48 acres 1 rood and 27 This sale is made to satisfy the fol lowingheir debts First to Franklin Dennis a debt of 8950 with interest there on at six per cent per annum from March 14 1899 to May 25 1903 the date of sale making due at said date the sum of 110 85 and tne expended Second To J S Johnson a debt of 150 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from April 23 1000 to May 25 1903 the date of sale making due on said date the sum of 17780 and the costs expended 240 Third To R E McRoberts a debt of 17928 with interest there on at six per cent per annum from May 11 1901 to May 25 1903 the date of sale making on said date the sum of 201 21 and the costs expended 17 SO The total amount of the debts and interest to date of sale being 48985 and the total costs being mak lug the total sum to be realized the I sum of I being adjudgad by the Court that the above described property is not susceptible of division it will there fore be sold as a whole TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court oc93b Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT City of Lancaster Ky Plff vs Nick Leavell Deft By virtue of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 1903 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY MAY 25 1903 publicly before the Court House door in Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property in the City of Lan caster Garrard County Ky Described asfollowsBeing House and Lot owned and occupied by Nick Leavell and located on the North side of Duncan Alley in the Town of Lancaster Garrard Coun ty Ky And being Lot No 43 on the Plott of the City of Lancaster and bounded on the North by the property of J II Ward and on the East by the property of Bob Herring On the South by Duncans Alley and on the West by the property of Mary Jane Denny This property will be sold to satisfy the following claims to wit 4 05 with six per cent interest per annum from January 10 1898 and the further suip of 230 per cent interest per annum there on from January 6 1899 until paid and the furthur sum 82 with six per cent interest per annum there on from July 22 1901 until paid The several sums with the interest on each of their tne aggregate of 1374 on May 25 1903 the day of sale and the costs of this action making the total to be realized the sum of 8 The sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the for the purchase money payable to theundersigned 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if bond Is riot paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr and Receiver of the Garrard Circuit Court I stands I purchaser paid judgment I withsix I oft amount- t S purchaser judgment I I S- It TERMS Dont Violate the Law And dont encouragp the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who have no right to sell you whisky We Have a Right to you Whisky And YOU Have a Eight to Buy it From TTs READ OUR PROPOSITION We will send you one full quart of 10 yearold Rye or Bourbon Whitkey nicely packed In plain box for 1W two quarts for J20C four quarts for 300 and we will pay all express charges It will cost yOu just 3 cents to senduseither one or two dollars and 5 cents to send us three dollars via postofflce money order thus you get a quart of old Whisky absolutely pure for you pay for a compound called whisky which Is dangerous to health And if you buy fourqnarts you get It at 75 cents a quart or we will send you one gallon of sixyearold whisky guaranteed nicely paeked in plain box for 200 two gallons for 390 tfiree gallons for 575 pay the express charges You ought to have whisky in your house your doctor will tell you that whisky la the best and least harmful stimulant that you can use and Is better than drugs Think of the hor ror of a sudden attack oftoothache cramps colic or neuralgia in the dead hours of night and no doctor neat no whiskey in tho what would a few ounces of whisky be worth to you on such Forewarned Is In time of peace of peace prepare for war get some whisky but get good PURE send us your order today guarantee goes with every order If you are not pleased with the goods when them we will your money Isnt that fair enough We are reliable just what we s yv perioncewill give von confidence Inns Reference tho Lexington or the Ada s Express Co at Lexinjtorr Remit via Pb apmey order drreglstered letter to 7 J o just yo and you auoccl ion forearmed t1 u k I Sell the b house I Our poative you receive cheerfully return will City The HAGW DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky Sr c I S ISScStS 5 5 GAMBRUNO 1712 necortl 239 14 Sire of MiigKlu Itanghman 2 ft 30 Gamrosc trial 4 2 ahoot the blfrh acting horse sold by J B Stewart for 5000 January 1902 Sired by Gambetti Wilkes 2ld 14 Sire Gninctte20fi Weed Lot tie Lorine 2 KX Cambrel 2 10K 2 15 f Emma Offutt 2 11 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 2 19J Jennie 0222 by Administrator 357 220 Second dam nary Elmora dam of Cleveland 22J by Mnmbrnncllo 221 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam dim by Brown Pilot Gambruno Is a brown stnlllou 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 Gambruno In the list and will pro duce high style and high acting trotters so much sought after by dealers he having hU own racing qualities as a twoyear old driving Dr Sparks in third heat In 22 Grass furnished at 250 per month I will also stand a firstclass mule jack at 8 to insure a living colt Not responsible for ac cidents JOHN S BAUGHMAN Phon 2 Danville Ky Eye et has two proved Y Wilkes 2 103 Mr Dan A Brings of Glascow Ky says About two years ago I had so badly that I could hardly sleep I purchased a 25c bottle Paracamph and made not over one dozen applica tlons and was entirely cured I can highly recommend Paracamph for all eruptions of the skin and would not be without it in my home Paracamph relieves instantly and cures Sore Muscles Musclar Neuralgia Colds in the Head and Chest Nasal Catarrh Pains in the Back and Shoulders Bruises Burns and Cuts Swellings and Inllamations Keeps the skin soft smooth pliable and in a condition being a perfect Antlceptlc All druggists are authorized to guar antee Paracamph to give satisfaction when used as directed Sold only in 25c 50c SLOO bottlcs at all good druggists t f Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digest what you eat loIJIII Eczema Rheumatism hea thy 5 4- A 0 A We have just returned from the East with THE HANDSOMEST MilLINERY 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 S S SSx Sx Sxg LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lwis Y Leavell J S Robinson B The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNT Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird LINE OF II I ORGANIZED 1883 F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Q O 2 2 0 o v 0 o 2Q 2 4 4 4 4 4 1493 0 c s m 0 US 0 KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all diseases I FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Is Guarastud Ruedj s I or refunded Contains remedies physicians as the Best for troubles PRICE SOc and 100 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it eminent KingsNew I For coUGt1s and OLUC Price 58c iOO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles free T M Horam MHV Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine Grad uate of McKillip Veterinary College of Ills attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al so Residence and cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVILLE KENTUCKY Lancaster Lodge 104 canine office F 1 M Stated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting n city are fraternally in yHied to with us RKiNkAiBD Louis LANDRAM Secretaryc 1 Jt tf J J our sit MMte 5 5 S i t 1 C KODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL gesuve organs KODOL KODOL digests what you eat cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gas Inc glands and gives tone to the relieves an of all nervous strain gives to overworkedstomach the heart a full free and action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain 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 In the food they eat BoWes only 100 Size holding 2 times the trial size which sells for SOc only By E C D WITT CO CUCAM Election Officers At a regular meeting of the Democratic Com mittee of Garrard Courty held In Lancaster Ky on April 18th 1903 he following officers were selected o serve at the democratic Prim Court House Judg s SD Roth well and R LBettis Clerk C A Sheriff John N White Ballard West Park Judges A D Ford James Clark Clerk Tom Wherrltt Sheriff James I llama tonWest Bryantsvllle Judges O A Bowling C C Bowling Sheriff James East Bryantsvllle Judges G T Higgln F Rout Clerk R A McGrath JrSheriff J W Royston Buckeye Judges Burton Elijah Ray Clerk John Bogle Sheriff William Ray Boone Sanders Union Precinct Judges J C Fox J G Burnsides Clerk Woods Walker Sheriff Jerry Higgins Paint Lick Judges Jack Adams Joe Clerk RL Arnold Sheriff G T Bal lardIt was ordered that these officers take the oath and hold the election according to reporting the results to the committee as welt as the costs of holding the electron at precinct Ordered that the committee meet again on Friday of April 1903 for the purpose of settling the claims of any candid dates for county be submitted t to them and for the transaction of other i ordered that the Committee meet on May the 12 1903 and tabulate and cer tify the vote of the county WOODS Chairman II D HUGHES Secretary Sf contained agreeingtoArnold HenryPatterson K Poindexter Leave botham M R L HenryC Jaw each OffiCes business E L J ill It Pre Clerk A McCor- mack may sa It was furteer ie c r 3