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THE CENTRAL RECORDrOURTEEST TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 15 1903 f NUMBS1 r 4- b r I HURRY UP Or Miss Exhibit The ladies Aid has charge of our store this week Spe cial attractions each dayA Pro gramme EachDay J1HASELM THE SewingMachine Society You Will S l Of Local Interest Come in to the The Carnival is drawing big crowds The dust is knee deep Oh for water works Gardeners are getting in their work The Public Square is covered with tents The brass band with the street fair is a crackerjack The metal being used on the streets is too soft but its all to be had Big Injun and his deputies are running in every drunk Lock em up Every show here is a good one The company is the biggest and best on the road Three or four professional glass blowers are in the tent in front of the Citizens bank and you should miss seeing the pretty work they do The local soda fountains will not serve ice this summer the pro prietors claiming its too much sugar for a cent or words to that effect If yoH owe this paper its your place to come and pay it Its not our place to go hunt you up and insist on you doing your duty Yet some people seem to think we should quit work and come after what is due us Sunday School Convention The Garrard County Sunday School Convention will convene at the Chris tian church in this city May 28th at 945 a m All Sunday schools in the county are expected to send delegates and a large crowd is expected Rockcaatle to Open Col L F Hubble who is making his headquarters in London was here a few days since and tells us Rockcastle Springs will be run on an elaborate scale this summer He is interested in the building of a railroad in the mountains in which he has a good thing Locates at Bryautavllle Dr J H Durham formerly of Bar bourville was in our office this week and tells us he has located at Bryant yule for the practice of his profession Dr Durham is a splendid gentleman and a good physician He is a sonin law tf Mr II D Aldridge of Marksbu ryhaving shown such good Dy coming to Garrard and winning one of our sweetest young ladies The Record welcomes Dr D into our midst showI not No lee Cream cream s t Dont scatter your dollars nuwise ly miles of words meaningless offerings availeth nothing Its real worthtrue merit lowest prices that the public want They always have and always will find them THE I LOGAN I I GOODS ICO here r 1 r GJ5f r0 I J j Hold 42 x iOn 1 DRY r tt msi s r President of W O T V Mrs R G Ward was elected president of C T fill out Mrs Bradleys unexpired term While the Union regrets losing Mrs Bradley it Is highly pleased with the election Our friend Jesse M Alverson of the Stanford Journal defeated Mr North for democratic nomination for representative in Lincoln Shake old fellow Another Change at Paint Lick After looking over the Held Mr R L Jennings decided to remain in the hustling city of Paint Lick and bought an interest from Mr T MLack ey who had just bought out R L Jen nings Co Bob is an industrious young man and with Mr Lackey will keep things amoving Will Preach to Em Rev Geo O Barnes has hastened to Breathitt county the scene of the great fued to preach to the heathens up there and try to civilize them with his Dowie doctrine This may work out very well but the best way to civilize those people is by giving each a stick of dynamite to play with Deserved Compliment Danville Advocate Mr Edward H Fox of this city has been made otli cial photographer for the Cincinnati Southern between Lexington a n d Somerset Mr Fox aid some special work for the road some days ago and the officials were so highly pleased with it that he was immediately pointed to the position Communion Services Methodist The third Quarterly Communion of the Church Year will be o iserved at the 11 a in service next Sunday 17th inst All membership of sister who may bo present are fraternally invited to participate Preparatory Scripture service and devotional Fri day night 7i p m May 15th also Sat urday 11 a m conducted by the Property to be Sold The line Herring and Fisher proper ty in this city is advertised for sale in this issue of The Record This is one of the most desirable pieces of property in Garrard county and will he sought after by parties wanting the most productive soil in Garrard This place is sold to divide a partner ship It is one of the prettiest in town The Nominees At the Democratic primary the following were selected as candidates Governor J W C Beck ham Lleut Governor W P Thorne Auditor S W linger Treasurer M Bosworth Secretary of State II V McChesney Superintendent of Instruction J II Fuqua Commis sioner of Agriculture Hubert Yree land It will require the olllcial count to decide the attorney general clerk of Court of Appeals races claimants being N B Hays and Wil lard Mitchell for the former ottice and R L Greene and Morgan Chinn for the latter Hid hiss Friendly Spirit Danville will be a Street Fair at Lancaster all of this week it will have all of the attrac tions that go with an aggregation of that character Now if any of the young men ot Danville care to go one thing they can rest assured of that they will be treated with more hose tality than was accorded them at a recent Fair The people of Garrard county are among the most of the State if you doubt this statement in the least just go up to the Fair next week and make of Editor Louis Landratn Mayor Robert Kinnaird Messrs John Farra T B Robinson Ed DqEy Hugh and John Logan Bob West et al ad infl pitum Forty Pounds in Two Weeks It sounds a little fishy but the above is what Col Will Ferguson in flesh during the two weeks just spent in our midst As you all know Will resides in Covington hut owns a tine farm here which is ably looked after by Mr N Miller Will has a lot of fun on each trip but this time he was invited to dine with most all his friends and the enormous amount of spring chicken old ham etc stuck to his ribs causing the great increase He now looks like the After Taking picture in a pat ent medicine advertisement He be came alarmed Saturday and returned home Gets HU Sheepskin Druggist F P Frisbie who was put through the strict examination by law has received word that he passed successfully and is now en titled to Oil prescriptions This ex amination is the most rigid of any required bylaw We understand the druggist held responsible for any mistake made by a doctor in medicine if the doctor writes too much the druggist must call his to the and is responsible if some ones toes are turned to the in way There are many other requirements equally as unreas onable looking but they 4U for the best Lancaster has three prescrlptionists the Messrs FrisbieMcRobertsandStormes Local doctors say they s en better or more careful e thaW U to W 0 churches Pastor Fine residences Henry Public NewsThere hospitable acquaintance gained required is prescribing attention te h vetever r Jess Wins C Saturday ant error daisies this are oft best inn sta ones s d e i See Aimee or youll miss ten years of your life Aimee is the wonder In beauti ful costumes she forms the prettiest pictures ever seen Big Joe is a wonder The largest f living man Hes a sociable clever I fellow Dont miss him The brick work on Arnolds stable is about completed and Jhe entire building will soon be furnished The glass blowers A handsome souvenir given each This is interesting and All kinds of glassware made and the work explained to you Dont miss it The fire engine should be occasionally We will wager a last straw hat that new charges have not been put in for eight or ten months Is any one paid after this A Big Snow The Robinson Carnival Co which has its tents stretched on the Public Square is the biggest and best show of the kind on the road There are fifteen different shows each far above the average There is nothing or which ladles cannot The members behave themselves attend to their own business and are exceedingly polite and obliging The tree exhibitions are exceptionably good The dive from the 90 foot into a shallow tank of water has attracted great attention and is Mml Oroco makes a descent on a spiral tower each day which is exceptionally good The crowds have been large and all are highly pleased with the entertainment The Maccabees have charge of the entertainment and are being congrat ulated upon bringing so good an to town The Carnival comes to an end Saturday and if you havent been in come for you will be amply repaidThe desires to say to its that no attraction has ever visited our city which has given the universal satisfaction is expressed by who has visited the shows We havent space here to particularize but will say that each and every offered is well worth twice the price of admission We desire further to say to our country readers that it will well repay them to come in and visit each tent You will have an opportunity of seeing the thing is neat and clean It will well repay you to lose a days work to come in bring the ladies and children and spend a most pleasant time Trying Again The City Council has employed an other drill man and a well is being sunk on Mr T Curreys lot near his pond It is the intention to drill no deeper than 150 to 175 feet ana if no water is found another hole will be put down It is said by those who ought to know that if water is not found within this depth theres no use going deeper The Council will continue the search until water is found An option has been taken from property holders on enough land to build a large reservoir and as the location is nicely adapted for the a large lake can be built at small cost Nearly every one believes water will be found here and enough wells will be put down to get a sufficient supply In the meantime the legal question as to going to the river men tinned last week is being thoroughly investigated and an opinion from the court of appeals is expected most any day The Council is doing exactly what ninetenths of the taxpayers want what the people living in town want and for which they expect to pay There are not many talking against the proposition but as this has been settled itdont make spy dif ference The town mast have water before any hustlers will locate here What we must do is to Induce more men of who will hustle for the town to locate here Unless this is done the outlook is not as rosy as it might be We want no more men who are afraid to let out a few dollars to benefit the town You know there are too many here now Front foot lots Ground Floor investments 100 for 1 Building 8s Loan compa nies Gusher oil companies etc have played all kind of hades with Lancaster if you please time for a gentle reminder All the money lost in this manner was made off of man with the circus gets a raise off of of our citizens every bofly YOlla hang him So why not yell HanK eothernQwyouseeitnow swindles As stated above what the town needs is more men of means who will help build it up these will never locate here until we have a system of water works with which to protect property it la TenaeMee the Legislature the liquor have contested every step it seemed would prevent the passage of a BJin4 Tiger Bill similar to the l entuoky law We are glad to know that in the last days the House despite efforts of the opposition took up and passed the Senate bilr making possession of an in revenue sump evkto oC illegal Care remarkable vIs- itor Instructive overhauled tolook objectionable go to see tower wonderful Lancaster attraction readers everyone attraction never provided I j i i I I i and its rightto j at you I j l uot iisWng years that purpose means one Em tt doaG rapt p Tennessee men that they thee prima fade t 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 believethat 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 H T Logan Price Clothier Enjoy YourselfWe have secured the GREATEST and BEST of all The Robinson Big Free Stree Fairj and Caraival Pompany Under the auspices of Lancaster Tent No 15 Knights of Maccabees will appear in LANCASTER ONE SOLID WEEK M i 15 BIG SHOWS 15 6 BIG FREE SHOWS 6 Including Kearney P Speedy the Worlds Greatest Diver Mme Oricco in her Great Spiral Tower act dish and his famous Band a combination of ARTISTS ALL OTHERS fI A Week of Fun and Frolic A grand display of FIREWORKS nightly BH wives M children mothers sweethearts and dontforjgei your mother w inlaw B f o 2I I I 2 2 i 2 o 2ii I 2 2 8 I Tile Ole O o 0 0 Q 0 J V f BI f I I DMMNtING MDNDf MAY High Pro f Win a your 000000000 OO 0 000000m000d- O 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0- O 0 0 o 0 0 e0 p 0 A 0 0 0 0 0o 0 0 Q i m OO0 r p000000000000000000OO The SURPASSING t DONT Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness unitl you get our prices If you fail to look over our immense stock before you buy your vehicle lap rug whip etc WE WILL SAVE YOU money if you deal with us as long experience has taught us what to buy and how to buy it Romans Elmore r li if m You will Mare a MistaKe m LLJ r T t r r CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM entered at the Post Office in Lancaitcr Kyat SccondClatt Mail Matter Lancaster Ky May 15 1903 PAINT LICK Mrs Susie Adams is sick with La GrippeWm Wallace had a fine mare to die SaturdayRev lectured at Mt Tabor Friday night Jack Adams sold a nice mare to Bu Ely for 60 Miss Lucy Francis will give her a picnic the last day of school Vaughn Nolman has a position with Moore Champ Miss Sallie Adams spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Annie Burk Mrs Manirva Pullins who has beem visiting her daughter in Richmond Will Tudor has accepted a position with a Louisville firm and will leave about the 20th Mrs John Bright and little son Bur dett Ramsey are the guests of her pa rents Dr and Mrs Ramsey Henry Moore has improved his store with a glass front and now he has one of the nicest business in our town The entertainment given by the la dies of the Methodist church was well attended and about 920 was realized The Y M C A meetings at the Hall every Sunday afternoon are large ly attended by the young men of this communityR who sold his stock of goods to Thomas Lackey has bought a halt interest in the business and the firm is now Jennings Lackey Dr Walker says Ollie Terrill is about to take his girl from him as he now ROes to Richmond every Sunday how ever doctor had rather go to Louis vile any way Rev Olmsted pastor of the Chris tian church at Kirksville has resign ed Quite a good many of our Paint Lick people belonged to this church and will be sorry to learn of his MABKSBDRY Jackson Daly sold a cow and calf for 82250 Mr Will Parks spent Saturday with relatives at Rowland Mrs Fannie Pollard who has quite sick is improving Miss Lizzie Simpson has returned from a visit to Lancaster James House sold to C A Arhold 30 hogs at 615 per hundred Ibs Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster spent last week with relatives here H D Aldridge purchased of David Swope some hemp seed at per bush el for S60 Messrs Henry and Frank Parks of Danville were in this community last Friday i IaJ L ford pupils resig- natIon 83 JoeRogers tl beer Mr Will Broaddus and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Allen Ray BourneA from here are attending the Street Fair and Carnival at Lan caster this week Mr Solon Herring of Indianapolis was the guest last Wednesday of his uncle T I Herring W P Tuggle purchased of Bud of Bryantsville one horse for 00 he also purchased of Virgil Chesnut one for 75 Mr and Mrs Tarkington and Miss Mollie Woods of near Danville have been the recent guests of Mr and Mrs John Woods Mr Smith of Lower Garrard bought of David Swope one yearling mule for 35 he also purchased of Robt Clark one horse for 83750 The farmers in this community are wishing for rain Many have had to stop plowing One gentleman says he turned up clods as large as his team and he will stop plowing till it rains BEUNA VISTA Hemp breakers completed the crop of J B Ruble last week Miss Bessie Bolton of Caldwell spent Saturday and Sunday at homeWallace McClure and bride of visited the family of Albert Skinner last week Rev Terrill and family of Preach ersville visited relatives here last week Bro Terrill had just returned from Indian Territory Mrs Celia Armstrong and Miss Clara Bennett of Bryantsville attended church here Sunday and dined with the family of J W Askins Messrs J W Brown Elbert Dicker son Sidney Dickerson Leroy Brown and daughter Miss Carrie of Buckeye Robert Brown and daughter Minnie of Kirksville Thos Poor and wife of Burgin attended the funeral of John Poor last Thursday Last Wednesday afternoon the death was again in our midst this time claiming for his own the spirit of John Poor Jr John had been in bad health for years but not confined to bed but a short while He was just entering manhood having passed his 25th birthday last John was of a very social disposition thus winning many friends His death touches the hearts of scores He was a nephew of J W Brown merchant at Kirksville He had a very bright Christian experience and was fully prepared for the change Funeral services at Mt Olivet by Rev Jones Deep is extended to the bereaved Mr Burbage a student at Greenville S C has been troubled for four or five years with a cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to fear I was in the first stage of consumption Mr Bur base having seen Chamberlain Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try it Now read what be says 01 it I soon felt a remarkable change and after using two bottles of the twentyfive cent sizes was cured Sold by all druggists 1 m J J tLJJ Jenkins n College Tennessee reaper beautiful November cheerful conducted sympathy Remedy H P permanently lain cantina w us E Cemetery WorkThose desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should place their now and thus be sure A Handsome OraniteMonument Work and material guaranteed first class Pat ronize your home people and save agents and expenses Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET 0 1111 H H t t t t t t t t t t t r anything 1 her t UlU II I I I fu UHu uu l uj rarts L JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 O L DAVIDSON 0 Q Attorney At Law A- Q Life Insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 MANSE Mr Jno Leavell of Lancaster relatives here this week Several from this place taking in the Carnival this week Mrs Jno Bright and little son of Stanford are with her parents Brand Mrs Ramsey Mrs L L Walker of your city was with Mr A K Walker family Sun dayVaughn Norman who has been clerking here for several years is now with Moore Champ at Paint Lick The Manse Glee Club was charming ly entertained last week by Miss Vii ginia Goodloe and brothers at Hyatt vine Among the guests were Misses Owens Alice Henderson Mattie Annie Reid Annie Burke Uallie and Fanny Royston Jane Mayme Ramsey Bettie West Frankye Doty Margaret Walker and Bessie Doty Messrs Dave Ilurvey T R Slavin Joe McCormack Will and Sam Denny Will Doty Ed Walker Robt West Will Tudor and Oatly Burke MT HEBRON Mrs Margaret Eason is very ill at this writing Mrs Susan Johnson of Burgin spent last week with Mrs Dennie Scott Mr John Vanderpool sold a bunch of shoats to Jno Woods at 5fc per lb Miss Hattie Duncan is spending the week with her sister Mrs Sam Duncan The farmers of this section are very busy and the house keepers are enjoy ing house cleaning Mr Harvey Dean wife and and and Mrs Alex Dean spent Sunday with relLtivea in Jessamine After several weeks absence from the column of the Record I will again assume my old occupation The members of Mt Hebron church will meet Saturday evening and prayer meeting Let every one Mr James Shearrer died at his home near here May 6th He has been sick for some time being a victim of the fatal disease consumption He was a son of Mr Jno Sherrow and the firth of the family to die of this disease He leaves a wife and three small children to his loss The remains were laid to rest in Mt Hebron Cemetery after funeral services by G W Tompson The family have the sympathy of the entire community McCREARV Mrs Hattie Royce attended at Buckeye Sunday Adolphus the little son of Mr and Mrs Roy Beazley has been quite sick Miss Minnie Pherigo of Nicholas vine was a visitor at Mr Ben Hams Saturday and Sunday and family of Preach ersville visited his sister Mrs S recently Mr and Mrs Marshal Eason of your city visited their daughter Mrs Will Walker last week Mrs William Rainy and daughter Miss Beulah were visitors of Mrs B L Kelly a few days ago Miss Pearl Hardin of Decatur Ill is expected this week to visit friends and relatives at this place Messrs Elisha Forbes and John Ham have erected a new building joining their blacksmith shop and have placed a corn mill therein so bring your corn and have them shoe your while your corn is being ground A Starling Test To save a life Dr T G Merrit of VIehoopnay Pa made startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for Lcute stomach and liver troubles so prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an at rack in 14 mouths Electric Bitters ire postively guaranteed for Dyspep iia Indigestion Constipation an d Kidney troubles E E ic t tt 0 0 visited com template and Mc- Cormack Wallace children organize attend mourn preaching Mr Holtzclaw Sebastian ulceration Ty them c bert 1 000000000y 0 o 000C00000 O S 4S writes I Only Sat m Anderson had a valuable cow to djc Sunday night The cake sale was well attended anl a fair sum realized The ladies have refitted up the in terior of the church a new carpet etc and it looks much better Mr Tom Hendren and daughter Miss Ora of Kirksville of the family of W G Jones Sunday Misses Nora Minnie and Cora Long were here from Madison the latter part of the week Mr and Mrs Booth Sutton were of Mrs J E Dickerson Sunday Miss Lucy Dickerson celebrated her loth birthday by entertaining a few friends and pastor Sunday The friends of Miss Sallie B Ray will be sorry to hear she is no better at this writing she has been quite ill for a week FEATWOODS D W Faulkner sold a horse to Gen Nave for 50 Geo Miller sold a mare and mule colt to Mr Underwood for 12350 Arthur Ball sold a mare to Geo Mil ler for 80 W II Furr bought a cow from Belle Scott for 30 R C Boian bought a cow from Ed Portwood for 24 There will be a box supper at Good Hope church next Saturday night John McQuerry and W II Furr vis ited at Luther McQuerrys Sunday There Is a protracted meeting in progress at Lawsons Chapel BRYANTS VILLE Mr Sam Haselden sold a nice buggy mare to Logan Scott at 85 Mr W II Boner left for Indiana Sunday We wish him much success Mrs Celia J Armstrong visited her sister Mrs Ilolloway at Wilmore last week Mr and Mrs W L Glass visited in Jessamine county Saturday and Sunday Miss Lula McClure has returned to her home at Pittsburg after a visit to her cousin Mrs Dr Elliott Mr and Adams and Miss Joe Helen Merritt have returned from Florida where they have been spend ing the winter Mr Jim Sherrow died last of consumption aftersuffering for several months He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss Mr and Mrs L D Sherrow of Nich olasville and Mr and Mrs Rufus Moss of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs B G Mullins GREATLY By a Cough but Permanently Cured by Chamberlains Cough Too Great a 1JUK In almost every neighborhood has died from an attack of colic or cholera merbus often before 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 be depended upon For sale by all druggists 1 m paint your carriage buggy c Work and finish at Corms Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Hemp Seed Small amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West Cedar Posts For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price from 20cts to 50cts They are strictly A 1 W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf Potato Plants Brazilian Bermuda SouthernQueen and Venelen will be ready May 10th ma8lm Geo Smith I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year 1302 if not paid in a few days will be advertised the law requires me to close my books E W Harris Treas 58tf Clo lus Exercises of Graded School May 15 230 P M Childrens Musi cal Recital May 18 230 P M Adanced Musi RecitalMay 230 P M Primary Grade Program May 20 900 to 300 Basket Picnic and School Exhibit May 21 200 P M Senior Class Day May 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 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 lug the exercises of this closing week one to be remembered Bring your prescriptions to Frisbies m53t I have taken charge of the lasville stage line will give attention to all business Leave orders at Elklns meat store IP inlStf 0 1 u guests relatives pleasant lTrs T E Wednesday Persl tent someone medicine undoubtedly always WantedTo guaranteed Notice as beheld attend Drug Store careful r V- BQlEYI tit to were visitors 4 ALAP MED F and Thompson r Sn L a 4 On Tuesday June 2nd 1903 if not sold privately before that date the undersigned will offer the well known Fisher and Herring farm for sale on the premises in Lancaster Ky to the highest bidder The sale is made for the sole purpose of the property The farm consists of two hundred and sixty acres of high ly productive land partly located within the limits of the city of Ky with a brick residence and substantial buildings of all kinds nee essary to make a home attractive and comfortable fronting on Richmond Avenue The land lies well is under good fence and in the highest stute of cultivation yielding abundant crops of hemp tobacco corn wheat blue grass c There is no better soil or more valuable property in Central Kentucky Terms easy and made known by the undersigned who will take pleasure in showing the premises to any one At any time The well watered IT C Herring Mrs Susan Fisher When a woman gives wav to anger she begs her own pardon with teals Foleys Honey and Tar is peculiarly adapted for asthma and hoarseness C C J E Stormes 1 m A womans live can become annoy ing as well as burdensome Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children C C J E Stormes 1 m Marriage based on honest allections will withstand the ravages of time When 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 Confidences is not easily gained where exaggerated love of self is found 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 Frisbie Regard for petty things often will dwarf a mans ambition 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 of itself but that it results from repeated attacks indigestion How Can I Cure My Indigestion Kodol 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 cat makes the stomach sweet Sold bv F P Frisbie 1 m y We wish to call Y J your attention to Q the fact that we v are prepared v Q give you the 0S S Best Cairiap Faintly REPAIRING we have ever done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our work NOTICE School House to be Built in Dis trict 28 known as Deep Cut District in Garrard County School house Is to be 21 ft wide 30 ft long 10 ft clear in celling Foundation of stone wcath erboarded outside celled inside ceiling across one end and to first windows on each side suitable for blackboard with trough and eraser at bottom G windows 3x6 feet wiih weights and sash locks house to feet long clear with hall in front 5 feet wide running across the end hall to have one outside door in front C feet 10 inches high and 3 feet wide school room to have two doors G feet 10 inches by 2 feet inches opening into the hall steps to reach the door one brick flue 24 ft xlGin heavy wire screening for windows studding inches 16 inches slits 10 x 12 inches joists inches 26 feet long sleepers 2 x 10 inches 2 feet apart joists to extend at least one foot over side rafters inches 2 feat apart tongued and grooved oak flooring square roof on house house to have paint outside white with green trimmins locks and keys for three doors good oak shingles for roof all lumber used to be good and sound and firstclass bids to be sealed and contract let to lowest bidder All bids to be addressed to or left with J Thompson one of the trustees house to be completed and turned over to the trustees by July 1st 1903 and all bids to be in br noon all work must be done In good manner For Luther Information to J J Thompson Freachersrille Ky 8 C RIgsby Sweeney Ky David D Anderson Lancaster Ky Trustees Mrs LI Walker County Supertendant 3t Lancaster Ky F fSIFann For Sale di vid- ing place- is to exist A Little Early ltter F P 11n tU The disease 0 t o o and 0 0 O 0- o O 0 Q 0 2 Q o 0 f WJ Romans for chalk II 3x 4 apart 2 x 2 x 9 two coats of May 2thl90 1 3 r Lancaster N N Iayx C0000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q000000000A040000000 bell lathe workmanlike f Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material Jrr1 SS MCROBERTS SSxSSxS SSsSs Dont Be a Hoodoo- A Hoodoo is worse than a fool I tt t It It It It It It t It It t Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever at tempted to show Over Two Hrtrel In Stock Our experience ol over 20 years knowing what to buy and V how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we w buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit vf ISuccessors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky We want to sell you your PAINT R 2 it I I The Very Latest Nmlties in the Vehicle Line Ix f OOooOOCOOC OOCOOC Ox 0o 0Q 8 I o 0 r a pow COo1 9o 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0- I 0 OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE 9 A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Onr Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line Pristies Drug Store Dont Be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a fool I i i o I I I V o 0 aag 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 at Lancaster Ky Geo B Executor of George Bright m15t Notice Will- Iams Robinson i I ISTORE DRUG OUR STOCK OF INSPECTION u NOW READY FOR I YOUR I oeyooeooeaoea VEHICLE SIS Teacher Examinations Examinations for white teacher will be held at my office Friday and Saturday May 15 and 16 Examinations for colored teachers will be held at my office Fi iday and Saturday May 22 and 23 Mrs L L Walker Supt m8td J J J l t IDONT DONTI It DONTIi Buy a poor harrow Buy a Buffalo Pitts rtt t ft i Buy a cheap Corn Planter Buy a Guaranteed Evans Waste money on cultivators p that wear out in two or three years H r Tie to and the Brown and BrownManley SpringBeauties We sell Paint OURS SETS OF HARNESS OuR LAP DUSTERS s k1F POSTLE m About1Gossip PeopleI i A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those 1z Are In Senator George Farris is here for a few days Mrs J E Stonnes has returned from a visit to Covington Arch Lawson has accepted a position in Frisbies drug store Mrs 0 M Crenshaw is visiting her parents at Ashland Ky Dr Herring of Louisville is visiting his uncle Dr IT C Herring Mr Jesse Walden wife and baby of Danville were here Sunday Miss Rice of Richmond is the guest of Misses Lucy and Tommie FrancisThe B club will be entertained by Miss Carolina Curry this Thursday afternoonMr W Fvans and sister have taken rooms at Mrs Elizabeth Masons on Sanford st C D Walker has returned from sev eral months stay with relatives in Nortli Carolina R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick visited the family of Mr J C Tompson Sunday Mrs J E Wolford and Miss Wash burn visited Mrs Iloldman at Crab Orchard Saturday Mr William George and wife nave returned from a very pleasant visit to relatives in Bristol Tenn Miss Mary Gill has been spending several days with her sisters Misses Martha and Helen at Glondale Mrs Vester Jordan and children of Hamilton Ohio arc visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs J W A picture of Miss llozella Gulley one of Lancasters pretty debutantes appeared in Saturdays Courier William Lackev wife and pretty baby of McCreary were visitors Judge Burnside and family Sun dayRev C M Chumbley and Louis Lan dram were in Danville last night to some work in the Red Crost degree Bread For Sale i Freezer Best Ice Cream i Freezer made Call and j see and lily 1 Pumphrey R A witness Lang on I I M j BA L LOU JJ 4 1 positEdna Journal F off anai r H r w r Mummy Marrs of Knoxville was here this week mingling with his many friends Mr and Mrs W M Bogle arc expected next week for a visit to Lancaster rel ativesWallace Withers of the hustling Withers Furniture Co Stanford took in the shows Mrs Tom Wherritt returned Wed nesday from a pleasant visit to her son Claude in New Orleans Mrs A II Rice and Miss Katherine Bonner of Nashville are visiting the family of II A B Marksbury A Yantis and daughter Mary Love of Beebee Ark are visiting relatives in and near Lancaster Mr John B Brewer of Lebanon was here this week Le recently sustained a fracture of the elbow which is caus lug much pain Judge 11 A Buruside was up from Louisville last week His duties call him all over the state and he seldom gets home Bowen Fox and Dave Logan of came over to the show Dave went to the cat light show six times in one afternoon bars J M Farra and pretty baby Johnctta have returned home from a visit to her parents Mr Joseph Burn side and wife Signal Col John Miller was here Wednesday Mrs Fannie Tompson and children went to Lancaster yesterday to visit relativesWinchester cor Louisville Times Miss Nettie Burk a charming and prominently connected young woman of Winchester is visiting friends in Lancaster Editor and Mrs E S Albright of Mt Vernon are receiving upon the birth of a handsome little gentleman at their house He has been christened John Ragan Al brightShelby Tribble w h o is holding down a job in the Interior Journal office was here Saturday and Sunday lie said he came to vote but voting dont bring on that faraway love sick look he brought along Lexington Herald Rev Holton O Frank of this city will leave today for Charleston Ind where he will deliver the baccalaureate address the graduating class of the graded high school on Sunday morning Miss Mae Robinson of Garrard is the attractive guest of the Misses Dunn on Broadway Miss Nannie Gaines left this morning for Shelby county for a visit to friends and for several weeks Danville Ad vocate Miss Alice Henderson entertained the B T V club very delightfully Sat urday afternoon One of the features was a guessing game which gave great pleasure to her guests The menu was charming in every respect and the guests took home pretty souvenirs Louis Landram was called to Louis ville today to attend a meeting of the executive committee Ky Press Asso ciation of which he has the honor ol being chairman Several matters of great importance to Kentucky men will be discussed and ar rangements for the summer meeting perfectedThe for Queen of the Car nival was quite a warmly contested the friends of each entry putting forth their best efforts to land their favorite the winner The vote was counted Wednesday evening when Miss Sallie Ross was found to have won The crowning of the Queen this Thursday evening will be a great event of the week and a tremendous crowd will be present After that part of The Record the personals had been printed last week we learned of the marriage of Miss Lee Stone and Mr Jno Meir of Danville which took place in Louis vine last week The couple were mar ried by Eld Geo Gowen formerly of this city The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Stone o Lancaster and is a young lady o beauty and many accomplishments She was a great favorite in Lancaster and will be greatly missed by her many friends The groom is proprietor of of time European hotel and restaurant in Danville a splendid business man He has been a frequent visitor Mr W Vernon relatives newspaper lone and 4 Danville Mt of Lancaster congratulations before containing ta f f 10 fie local K P lortc ad mar y H frieals here on winning so pretty and attarctlve M young woman as his bride The order in town is perfect Run in the drunks Injun If any smart Alex gets gay lock him up The peo pIe want no snenanigan and are not have it Gentlemanly Game Stanford and Lancaster ball played here Wednesdey score 18 to 13 in favor of Lancaster When these teams played in Stanford recently it was a game of frescoing in which Lancaster came out second best NKEI MORE LIKE HIM Lroinlurnt Dallas Gentleman Visits Old Home Noble IIi Heartcil Energetic The humble sanctum of the editor of The Record was neverhonored with a more pleasant or highly appreciated call than that made us Friday by Mr J S Armstrong of Dallas Texas Mr Armstrong is the soninlaw of Capt Franklin J White of this ollice and is well known by older citizens of Lan caster when he used to travel through here for his wholesale grocery house in Louisville It was while making these trips that he met with Miss Alice T White one of the handsom est and most lovable young ladies Gar rard county has ever produced after their marriage they located in Dallas where they have since resided Their eldest daughter Mrs Minnie May Flippen accompanied them on their recent visit to the old home She is indeed a beautiful girl possessed of all the characteristics which make the noble lovely woman and her beauty was complimented on every hand last week They have one other child Miss Johnetta who is as attractive as and the two are leading factors in Dallas society Upon locating in Dallas Mr Arm strong established what is now the packinghouse in Texas The business was begun in 1890 and its growth has been remarkable indeed At the outset its founder intended to conduct a beef and porkpacking busi ness exclusively but other have been added from time to time until the establishment stands at the head of Texas enterprises Mr Armstrong is one of the wealthiest men in Texas but this has never brought on that disposition or closelisted ness which too often encompasses a man when he gets a good showing on his side of the ledger On the other hand he is constantly on the lookout for an opportunity to help some deserving struggling fellowman and if he learns of such a case his purse strings are immediately loosened and he does all he can to assist those in need of lIe is a man who has no use for the thriftless nor will he employ who is not what is known in slang phrases as a hustler Mr Arm strongs devotion to his family is indeed Their happiness and come before everything else lie is especially interested in young men and as stated above will do all in his who I goingto For sale sow and seven o pigs J C Hem ill 515tf I Shortly Flippen departments hardheartedness- cold anyone comfort has rom gatulate him d chi tea Mrs pioneer succor lovely power to help any youug fellow who is trying to get a foothold in the world Men of these noble characteristics are so scarce that The Record cannot from singing their praises f In speaking of his Dallas enterprise Mr Armstrong said We are large ly engaged in the refining of cotton seed oil and the manufacture of lard laundry and toilet soap washing and chipped soap In addition to this we our ice a large part of the year in mak ing ice We ire using considerable of our cold storage space for storing ice to be delivered during the summer This change has been brought about in the last few years on account of the scarcity of hogs As to the supply in Texas I will state that the first year we did business we secured in this state by hard effort 6000 head The balance we slaughtered were brought from outside States After the first few years we were in business we had all the hogs we could handle even with our very much increased facili ties Up to within the last two years we had sufficient to run full time but on account of two failures of the corn crop in Texas hogs at present are very scarce and of very poor quality There no chance for any packer to kill at a profit the character of hogs now offered or even to get out whole on the transaction Nevertheless we buy everything that is offered in this line as we must have a certain propor tion of some kind of hogs for fresh meat but the animals are not in a condition which will justify a packer in curing time meat They are not corn fed and show a very large shrinkage sufficient to wipe out margin there might be in ordinary hog at present prices But Ij have abundant faith In Tes refrain compound po xder machine is being an run any i J e a as supplying sufficient hogs to the packinghouses that are now in the State and any others that may come to the State in the near future In my opinion Texas is one of the beat States in the and the only involved in raising swine is that of procuring sufficient corn to finish the animals In this Common wealth hogs are and should be raised largely on green stuff such as rye al falfa or green pasturage A hog can b3 raised to weigh 125 to 150 pounds with practically very little expense- S It takes about seven bushels of corn to finish the animal off so that it will suit the packer Any one familiar with can readily under stand hov cheaply and how rapidly hogs can be raised there under the conditions named But it does not matter how much you feed a hog on green stuff or anything other than corn you cannot make him a porker without giving him the finishing touches with corn Like all other Kentuckians Mr thinks his native State tbegar den spot of the world and said Well I love the old State and there are some of the best people in the world right here I am good for a few more years of active work yetbut when age does creep upon me and I find I must sit down to await the final summons I am coming straight back to Ken tucky to spend the remaining days The Vote In Garrard Following is the officials count of votet in Garrard in Garrard at the last week Beckham 528 Thorne 391 Renick 236 Haager 56 Chenault 46 Bosworth 47 Grffith 47 Richardson 118 Mitchell 313 Carroll Hays 198 Julian 5 McChesney 426 Watt 29 Fuqua 93 Watkins 6 Arnold 346 Sugg 34 Vreeland 114 Frazee 348 Hedger 45 Chiun 311 Greene 236 Sheriff W L Lawson sold his fine sorrel mare by Duke of Denmark to Fox Logan of Danville for 250 Sound Practice Use a Brown It The best corn is raised with BrownManley Cultivators 1 1 Good advice Buy a Brown It We have just purchased one of the finest and best machines for rubber tires in Central Kentucky W J Romans mltf 100 acres of grass for rent Apply at 8 this office mltf Japalac at Frisbies 3t Buy your Paint at risbies Drug Store ma153t Everything in the Paint line at Frisbies Drug Store ma153t Soda Water at Frlsrfi s Drug Store m153t I Best line oTcigars in town at Fris bies Drug Store m153t New line of Stationery at Frisbies Drug Store v m5 3t We have in the Paint line Buy it b re Frisbies m15 3t Make your headquarters Frisbies Drug pre ma153t Buy qbr Japalac at Frisbies Drug Store m153t See Conn carriage rubber tire and all kind of work jr 43tf 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 through large stock of Buggies etc aqd get price on same be aston ished at low prices nice work f 43tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday He is doing some splendid work 24tf Have vour put on by Conn of Bugg ies and Carriage Can save you money V Dont be fooled Buy a Brown or BrownManley 1 1 A Brown or BrownManley will do the work it Best is cheapest Use a Brown It BrownManley Cultivators break down the 2nd or 3rd year It Save your horses and yourself by using a Brown or BrownManley It Get your Soda Water at Frisbies Drug Store m53t Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf run that country Armstrong 3 Brown- or putting- on ringDrug tore I hang Drug- Store our ales befor king paints c nns Car a s Y ill to ch t s andsee Co stock Cultivator don t Union question satisfactory f I eve st re contractor Rub r f w i- tL L J 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 All kinds of Carriage at Conns Japalack for painting floors and all wood work also sunproof paint at Thompsons a10 Fountain and Stylographic pens and We handle and have in stock the following high grade buggies surreys phaetons c The Columbus Buggy Co Kauffman 11 Curtis and Reid Moyer Woodhull And many cheaper grades We have buggies at all prices Romans El more mltf Few more good stock hogs for sale James Jones Nabiscoes and Festinoes are the jlrJ test for lunches They are the Currey Davidso Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed White Chester Will be serve a limited number of sows at 100 each Potts Bros m6tf I have secued a first class carriage who has had a expedience painting and I can better painting this than you can get anywhere else All work Conns Carriage Shop 43tf We are prepared to do paper hang ing and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillin Brosm58tf For Sale Deering Binder as good as new J H Dunn Lancaster It Millet Seed for sale J W Sweeney Tomato plants for sale Mrs J W Grant Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices J R Haseldens 424 tf 81 per bushel for the best seed corn m27tf Potts Bros Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are some of the handsomest Wall Pa pers that have ever been shown in Danville many of which were imported pricesrange from the cheap papers to the most expen live specialties These pa pers are being daily and are on display at our store and the of Lancaster Garrard and ad Joining counties are invited to them Estimates gladly furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting promptly by com petent men Paints and Window Glass We best readymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the market prices AEGibbons 306 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY a24 tf log Thompsonthe fa permitted- to Jar e gl e u se on guaranteed before I I havethe S ainter xnr wnrornrmmwwnwnwTOwini I NO DOUBT JAVA I ESFAVORITE RILIUJENo 1 Ii 25c Per Pound ir1 Ss8x8 Realizing the desire of consumers to obtain a strictly First Class Coffee at a reasonable price we recommend to you our DOUBT JAVA and celebrated coffees On Saturday May 16th we will give a re ception at our store All the ladies are cordially invited to attend The coffee used at J R Haseldens on May 9th Saturday will be No 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 Cultiva tors Binders Mowers Hay Rakes and Binder TwineT ft SON Dont be a Hoodoo- A Hoodoo is worse than a fool iiy NO LAN S E SuUU iU1U1U1U1UU iU1U iU1UiUiUiUUUUiUiU1UiU1UUj See Us r E r r r r r Geo Smith Jr NOTARYPUBLIC rates Office at I Walkersfice specialtyL err J- W Sirtiger stomach r 4 NOIS TIIUIOIs The statement that up man is stronger than his stomach appeal to every man who has ever suffered from stomach trouble He will remember the growing of weakness ull he was hardly able to crawl around and could work only occasionally and then with difficulty The danger of dyspepsia roots in the fact that when disease attacks tomach and other organs of and nutrition the whole body must be the sufferer for when the stomach is dis eased and the digestive processes are performed there is a sure loss of which is felt by every organ of the body Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other of digestion and nutrition It makes strong men because it makes strong stom achs and enables the proper digestion of food and the perfect assimilation of the nutri tion contained in the food I have taken six bottles of Golden Medical and fonr or five vials of the little Pellets Mr A J Vanderwater of 873 West Division Street Chicago 111 nl am happy to have done me of good medicines have made a great change in me from a slow mope of a man crawl tired and the time could do no work to a man who can work Golden Medical Discovery and little Pellets have almost made a new man of me I feel young as I did at thirty years Accept no substitute for Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing else just as good for disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Ad viser the best of modern medical works is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense only Send 31 stamps for the clothbound volume or only stamps for the book in paper covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y jr r J CLP fi J 11 II ng digestion imperfectly nutrition organs n Discovery sleep eat and feel fine and that tired feeling all ofmailing o1l cent 2 I a V w j1I 4 For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Crop Gossip Etc Everybody knows the tonic valve of apples upon the system Of all ordi nary fruits apples if eaten regularly are most generally beneficial Indeed an old adage says An apple a day drives the doctor away And many a man or woman noted for his or her good health ascribed it to the plenti ful eating of apples The highest price ever paid for as much as two hundred acres of Wood ford county farm land was reached Thursday of last week when Lucas Broadhead bought Elmwood J T Blagraves fine farm on the Midway turnpike containing 211 acres for 927000 cash or about 12796 an acre The new rules for entry adopted by the American Saddle Horse Associa tion at its recent meeting will serve to make its registration more The time has come when the registration should be confined only to the descendants of animals registered It may be that some good horses may be shut outbut it is the fault of their owners Eleven years has passed since the Association was formed sufficient time for all to get in if they care to P III Talk rri LJLJ I valuable Poultry raising is the most widely disseminated of all the industries and is almost universal But the price for eggs and fowls indicate that the demand is not fully met that more of these products should be grown and marketed Farmers have the facilities for easily doubling the output In so doing the prices would not be materially lessened for people would simply buy more eggs and more fowls and thus maintain the of supply and demand A farmer should now be careful about breeding the saddle mares He should select a which will be too near akin or too violent an out cross and be sure that he is registered in the Saddle Horse Register If he breeds to an unregistered horse it will be impossible for him to register the progeny and will throw the whole of them out of the list of saddle horses so far as registering is concerned An expert bugologist employed the government states that the and orchardists of this country will lose over 300000000 this coming season from the depredations of vari ous forms of insect pests He says the chinch bug will destroy 100000000 worth of crops the grasshopper 100 000000 the Hessian fly 50000000 the cotton worm 65000000 the potato bug 8000000 and the cabbage worm 5000000 These losses assuming that the will really take place become an important factor in price making farm and garden produce and serve as a check and balance to prevent over equilibrium I farmers fo- man no b SCROFULAI bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its attendant horrors humiliation and suffering This is a strange legacy to leave to posterity a heavy burden to place upon the shoulders of the young treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders the growth and development of the faculties and the child born of blood poison or parentage is poorly equipped for lifes duties is a disease with numerous and varied enlarged glands or tumors about the neck and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful akin different of the body show the symptoms presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood This dangerous and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system and attacks the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting in white swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of strength and a gradual wasting away of the body S S S combines both purifying and tonic properties and is guaran teed entirely vegetable making it the ideal remedy all scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and strong and a complete and permanent cure is soon effected S S S improves the and assimilation of food restores the in lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthy color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and help you in every to regain your health Book on blood and akin diseases free THE swirx SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Dont be a Hoodoo- A Hoodoo is worse than a fool Dont Be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a fool possibleway e e e e e t t t t Si It Si t t s 4 I i xJcL Lfr ft tr i i rt a S t i r S I i production and unremuneFativo pri ces The Kentucky saddlo untie Liura Chet s jSo 2238 S II 11 won second premium at the Boston horse show last week It is a honor to get even sacund in such company as is met in the Bosten show ring Laura Chess sired by Chester Dare 10 and her dam was by Lexington Den mark 2nd dam by Tom Hal 3d dam Arabian The mare belongs to Bail Bros Versailles Ky She bred by J H Stone Warren oounty The Drovers Journal says that the explanation of the current high prices for big choice mutton sheep is found in figures on exports of mutton issued by the Treasury Department which show a total exportation of 6075968 pounds of mutton in the lasts months against only 252381 pounds for the same period last year Total exports of dressed mutton for the month of February were 215701 pounds against 43491 pounds the same month last year This increase from America is due to tne shortage of mutton in Aus tralia England is the only buyer of American mutton The State Agricultural Department sent out the following crop statement this week Wheat has made slight ad vancement aLd is turning yellow in many places Oats and rye are still in good condition Corn planting is progressing satisfactorily but the ear ly planted fields are not coming up well in many places they will have to be replanted Tobacco plants are plentiful but are growing very slowly and have been attacked by in sects in some sections Irish potatoes are about all planted anc are to come up Gardens are late and have been injured by frosts ann cold weather Peaches are practical Iy a failure but other fruits are in fair condition Strawberries were in some localities by frost Grass has grown slowly but is in good con dition Farm work is very backward but progressing rapidly A Sure Thine It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not alto gether true New Discov ery for Consumption is a sure cure fort 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 tis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bot tie of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip- Y Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by R E McRoberts druggist Trial bottles free Regu lar sizes SOc 100 1 m Many women find happiness only when attending to the afiairs 01 others A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys filters the impure 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 m Brother Dickey Sermon Hit dont make no diffunce to me said Brother Dickey ef de whale swallered Jonah or Jonah de whale Wen I see Satan wid his mouth wide open de leadin question wid me is Who gwine to swaller Dickey Dats what En hit dont no figgure wid me wether Lijah gone ter glory in a cherryot ob fire or hit de fire after he got dare Stil de question come How is Dickey gwine o getdarDats de pint Dats de question dat comes up lak a ol grocery bill en ax for set tlement Ever man is sponsible fer his own some men soul is so small day sponsibility is mighty little You wuz bon by yoself onles you wuz twins en dieby yosef onless de doctor taste de medicine fust Min wat I tellin1 you Dey aint no way outen it Hits des ez plain ez a bal head in fly time Wen you git up yander dey ax you War yo wife er War yo mudderinlaw Kase why Dey well knows you come dar to rest Sides dat yer mudderin law mos ginruily goes de yuther way No sub All you got to do is ter an swer fer yosef a ef yo pulls thro after the heavenly crossquestioning you aint gwine to kut you aint got no front seat Ef you can des squeeze in youll be satisfy wid a seco class jewsharp en holler halle lula for six inches er standin room Atlanta Constitution From a Cat Scratch on the arm to the soft of a burn 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 protrud lag piles Sold by F P Frisbie 1 m To decide between love ann duty has caused hours of worry to men as well as to women A wife often permits her affections to blind her reason A Farmer Siraignteaed Oat 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 and if not satisfied after using it he need not pay a cent for it says CP Rayder of Pattens Mills N Y A few days later he walked into the store straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying give me another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house all the time for itcured me For sale by all druggists lm L HPYl1 fairy beginning injured Dr Kings 1 1 souldo you mus up kase worst sore DeWitts 1 as high wits was 4 4s freely onft Be a Hoodoo A ITooiloo is worse than a fool s y r 1 r 1 5 r T= A Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doc tors and all remedies failed Bucklins Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It con quers aches and kills pain 25c at McRoberts druggist 1 in Trutn is stranger than fiction but an untruth often saves friction Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D II of Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and bowels Purely vegtable Never gripe Only 25c at R E McRob erts Drug Store 1 m Figures never lie but the people who juggle them do No will contest has ever been over the many ills man is heir to To most people a clear conscience is a luxury not a necessity The Wastesof Body 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 and digestive organs fail to per form their functions the strength lets down health gives way and di sease sets up Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive or gans to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten into the kind of blood that protects the health and strength of the mind and body Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and stomach troubles It is an ideal spring tonic Sold by F P Frisble 1 m Notice to Hear Proof on Claims Garrard Circuit Court A J Rices Admr c Pills vs A J Rices Heirs c Defts Pursuant to an order of the Garrard Circuit Court made at its 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 claims against the estate of A J Rice deceased 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 GAURARD CIRCUIT COURT SamPreston Pity vs Franklin Dennis c Defts and R E McRoberts Pill vs Franklin Dennis Deft By virture of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 1903 in the above consol idated cass I will on MONDAY MAY 25 1903 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest 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 meanders S 3 E 185 poles S 23i E 151 poles S 18i E 15 310 poles S 8fr E 20 poles S 2 W 34 poles to Colliers Fork of Sugar Creek with its meanders N 74 W 409 R E I Turner Dempsey town often l1 the stomach Maythe waged promptly poles N 59J V 31 poles to the mouth of a small branch with said line N 30 E 14 poles N 37i E 12 poles N 49 E 4 poles N 44i E 0 poles to a black walnut branch thence N 20 E 95 poles to a stake where a bar post now stands 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 E G 8 poles tothe beginning containing 48 acres 1 rood and 27 This sale is made to satisfy the lien debts First t o Sam Preston a debt of 8956 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 11085 and tne costs expendedSecond To J S Johnson a debt of 150 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from April 23 1900 to May 25 1903 the date of sale making due on said date the sum of 17780 and the costs expended Third To R E McRoberts a deht 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 due on said date the sum of 20121 and the costs expended 1790 The total amount of the debts and interest to date of sale being 48986 and the total costs being the total sum to be realized the sum of being 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 paid having the force and effect of a judg ment 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 oc3t Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT CounT City of Lancaster Ky vs Nick 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 Lancaster 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 DennyThis 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 sum of 230 with six per cent interest per annum there on from January 6 1899 until paid and the 4 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 amount to tne aggregate of 1374 on May 25 1903 the day of sale and the costs of this action 8 making the total to be realized the sum of TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent mont 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 and Receiver of the Garrard Circuit Court I polesto 881 240 adjudgad purchaser LeaveIl furthur sum of paidhaving following 8 making S- It Pit 8 Dont Violate the Law And dont encourage the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who have no right to sell you whisky We Have a Right to Sell you Whisky And You Have a Righ irto Buy it From Us READ OUR PROPOSITION- We will send you one full quart of 10 yearold either Rye or Bourbon Whitkeynleely packed In plain box for two quarts for four quarts for 3 00 and we will pay all express charges It will cost you just 3 cents to send us either one or two dollars and S cents to send us three dollars via postofQcc money order thus you get a quart of tenyear old Whisky absolutely pure for just the same price you pay for a bad compound called whisky which is dangerous to your health And if you buy four quarts you get It at 75 cents a quart or we will send you one gallon of whisky guaranteed absontelvpnre nicely packed In plain 200 two gallons for 390 three gallons for 575 and you pay the express charges You ought to have whisky in your house your doctor will tell you that whiiky is the best and least harmful stimulant that you can use and is better than drugs Think of the hor ror of a sudden attack of toothache cramps colic or neuralgia in the dead hours of night and no doctor near no whiskey In the house what would a few ounces of whisky be worth to you on such an occasion 7 Forewarned is forearmed In time of peace of peace prepare for war get some whisky but get good PURE whisky send us your order today Our postive guarantee goes with every order If you are not pleased with the goods when you receive them we wIll cheerfully return your money Isnt that fair enough T We are reliable we will say Experience will give YOU confidence inns Lexington City National Bank or the Adams Express Co at Lexington Remit via P O money order or registered to The HAQUST DISTILLING CO Lexington iy 20IJ or boxfor Reference the letter 0 i01 six year old io just what we C I GAMBRUNO 1712 Sire of Maggie 2 2U C7amrrse trial 2 rJl also of the high acting horse sold by J B S tenart for 5000 January 1902 Sired by fJambcUa Wilkes 219 14 Sire of GuInette2OT 210Jf Lot tie LorIne2ftV4Cam1 rel210 Eyeet 21 Emma Offutt 211 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementlnc219 Jennie C 222 Ijy Administrator Second darn Mary Elraore dent of Cleveland 228J by Mnmbrunello 2 21 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam dam by Drown Pilot is 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 15 to Insure a Irving Colt Money due when colt is foaled Gambruno has two in the list and will pro duce high style aud high acting trotters so much sought after by dealers he haviug his own racing qualities as a twoyear old driving Dr Sparks iu third heat In 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 BAUGHMAK Thou 2 Danville Ky n lL necor1 229 14 fln hmm Weed Gam bruno At 225 f Wilkes 2204 proved LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BMW Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY 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 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 Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 1 o o o o 2 2 0 o o 493 0 2 FOLEYS c KIDNEY CURE III Buarutiid Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SUe and 100 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew eminent II For WSUMPTIOX O1TOU8 and OLD IIPrice SIc n 100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it fails Trial Bottle free T M Haram MEtDoctor of Medicine Grad uate of McKillip Veterinary Veterinary of Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry canine practice Residence and cor 1st and Tel 357 PAJfVILlE KENTUCKY ChiCago also office Broadway We have just returned from the East with Ever Shown in this Section of KentuckyG- reat care was given to securing the VERY LATEST CREATIONS and it is with the greatest pleasure we invite you to see them SALLIE D TILLET THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF MilLINER J H GULLEY UndertakingEmbalming Full line of Fine Buggies McCreary Ky are the most fatal of all dis I KIDNEY DISEASES I eases J S ROBINSON Vice Pre vvvvv vvvv KODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL digests what you eat Icleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gas tric glands and gives tone to the organsdigestive KODOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain L1 Is the wonderful remedy that Is making so many sick people well and weak people by to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only Size holding times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared only by E C DtWITT CO CHICAGO strong I contained 100 2 giving To the School Children and friends of Garrard have entered the contest for the Free Trip to the WQrlds Fair and earnestly solicit the votes of my friends The ballots will be placed at Jqdge Hemphills office the direction of Judge Hughes Respectfully a17tf Amanda Anderson CountyI