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CENTRAL RECORDJFOURTEEST YEAH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 22 1903 UB eJv t THE For Quality Style Durability and Price our buggies and road take the lead wagons i 1 Our One is a Beauty and you will like a Rex Buggy Twoin 40660dd646d0 voa oo oo a 4 Harness are right up to the minute JRHASELDEN Our 0f Local An exchange says this is Spring Poet weather The small boys beginning to turn out barefooted The dust on the streets is frightful And yet some whine that we dont need waterworks There was an unusually large crowd in town Saturday afternoon the being very busy Many of those who opposed the street fair were most prominent at free exhibition given by the show people Wouldnt that jar you A Washington doctor insists that strawberries produce mental and lead to suicide We ate some last week and had worse than men tal depression IMliit The high diverwith the carnival had his trappings all ready but to get enough water wagons would have to be sent to Dix river making the too great Notice I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year 1D02 if not paid in a few days will be advertised as the law requires me to close my books E W Harris Treas 58tf The City Council should make hot haste to plug the gas well Heaven knows there is enough natural gas in Lancaster now In fact theres more natural gas than anything else The Record suggests that the Council trade off that well for some hustlers Klrksvillc fair Mr Tom Curtis who was here so liciting for the Kirksville Fair was very successful he tells us in secur ing handsome subscriptions to the en terprise Nearly every one gave five or ten dollars and to help boom the fair One good thing about the tents on the Public Square was stopped some of theold rattle trap from their racket and dust raising There are more old worn out wagons and buggies dragged around Lancas ter than any town in the state Put a license on them Struck Natural Gus In boring for water on Mr T Cur reys place the driller struck a good How of natural gas The gas was ig nited and the name reached high in the air No steps have yet been tak en to look further for gas but it will doubtless be taken up If only enough to light the streets could be found it would save the city a good Interest merchants Dive expense approached promised thatit wagons sum are every depression Dont scatter your unwise 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 Hold t On c o 1 L t fHa LOGAN XDRYGOO S h 1 JC tI i dollars here e co Monday is County Court Policeman West took up a bunch of 10 or 12 cattle Sunday There was a black Jersey cow in the lot He is holding them for the owner A bunch of good items from Sugar Creek bore no signature Will people never learn t h a t communications without the name of author are never printed Appropriate closing exercises of the Graded School are being held during the week A complete summary of the work of the school will be given in next issue The Public Square has received a much needed scraping The dust from the soft limestone rock forms rapidly and if not promptly scraped away will cause sickness Rice Benge who brought his Dutchman here with the street fair people left the company here and will probably go to Somerset It still stands in the court house lot To Tobacco Growers The Record is asked to announce an important meeting of the tobacco growers at court house Monday at 2 p m The question of joining the Association will be considered and other matters of importance discuss ed If you want to succeed in the to bacco business come join in with the others Wheat Injured Mr H A B Marksbury who has been in the grain business in Garrard since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary tells The Record the wheat crop has been very seriously damaged by rust caused from drouth He says he looks for possibly little over a half crop Other stuff has equally as much Delightful picnic The 6th and 7th grade of the Lan caster High School gave a delightful picnic on the school campus Wednes day These grades compose the de partment in charge of Miss Amanda Anderson A committee of handsome little fellows came up and invited the editor and Capt White to join them but it was impossible for either to It Could be Same Here The Cynthiana Democrat tells of the arrest and trial of several men who had been seining They were held to await action by the grand This same thing could be done here if the proper steps were taken Let all the fishermen chip in and make up enough to reward any one getting up sufficient eviaence And then fine every sonofagun even of the fishermen caught with wool in their teeth Its just as wrong for a good fellow to sein as it is for any sun Another well is now being put down on Mr Currys lot and many people believe the effort to find sufficient wa ter will prove sussessful As stated in last issue of the Record no well will be bored deeper than 150 feet and when water is found enough wells will be made to fill a large lake to be con structed The land so lies that a lake will not cost much Push the work gentlemen the people the town must have it if she wants to get out of her present snails pace Keep It Up On the first day of the street fair Big Injun Rothwell the efficient chief of police went to the usual gang who get drunk and kick up a racket and told them plainly he would have no monkey business He proved his determination by promptly landing several in jail consequently there was absolutely no disorder during the rest of the week The Record Injun for this and suggests that he keep the good work going The writer has lived in Lancaster all his life and last week was the first time he ever saw so many people in town with absolutely no disorder Even the hoodlums think more of Injun by his faithful performances of duty Much praise is due to deputy Will West who is making one of the best officers the town has ever had To Have a Pretty Town The Cynthiana Democrat tells of an organization there for the of the towns appearance It is composed of ladies who take great pride in the work and have brought about much good For instance they will offer a prize of 5 for the prettiest bed of flowers 5 for the handsomest porch or window box 10 for the and bestkept front yard etc In this way the people have been tirout to realize how easy it is to keep at tractive premises and having gotten out of the sloven of most towns now take great pride in the The ladies of Lancaster might organize and begin by offering 5 for the first store found that doesnt sit behind an ash pile 5 for the first merchant who doesnt sweep his trash in front of his store 500 for the first tobacco hog who doesnt spit on the pavement 250 the first merchant who keeps old boxes and other obstructions off his pavement they might suitable prizes for front yards that kept free from old papers etc and a handsome reward for hous front fences neatly paint edandattractive This could be done unless the ladies take hold wiU ever come ofit I Fly- Ing suffered accept are one want water and congratulates improvement way I Then offer r 0 it I o 1 jury some Digging prettiest work for are trash e and brat netting Sephi Right Editor Seph Campbell of erset Journal gives the following re cipe for successfully kiilllng your town Oppose improvements trade some where else ask two prices ror your broperty dont subscribe for the home paper but borrow It criti cise everything you are not interested in win Play For Commencement Mr W J Homer of Danville the other day and very kindly consented to play for the exercises Tuesday evening Mr Homer is one of the best violinists in the south and those who have heard him are delighted to know that he wil be here The Lancaster orchestra which disbanded on the departure of Mr T B Long will get together and play with Mr Homer We will say in this connection that Mr Homer will remain in town several daysand those wanting their pianos or organs put in perfect shape by an expert would do well to see him or leave orders at The office f A High Compliment The Nashville College of Law one of the most widelyknown institutions in the United States each year con fers a title upon worthy educa tor or jurist in each state In accord ance to this timehonored custom the dean William Farr Ph D L L D has notified our R H Tomlinson of his selection as one from Kentucky of ability morality and integrity and worthy of the of receiving the degree of Doctor of Laws LL D The college confers this upon only he who proves an honor to himself an honor to his country and an honor to the college The Record congratulates Mr Tom linson as he richly deserves the dis tinction Can be Done We are of the opinion in fact we know every illegitimate business in Montgomery county or any other place be suppressed and we fur her know it is the business of officials elected or appointed to carry out the dictates of the lawand if they do not then it becomes the duty of officials higher in authority to inquire why this direlect of duty If these fail in their duty to the Common wealth then it becomes the duty of grand juries to take the matters up and bring them before the courts Such steps have been taken at other places and it may be done here If laws are not respected by those in au thority how can we expect obeisance from the ignorant and ling Advocate We are now going over our mail list sending out statements to those in This will make much work and postage stamps cost money so dont think we mailed you a state ment as a joke All those more than one year behind will be weeded out and the lot sold to some one who deals in such business There are not more than 25 or 30 names of this class We have the best list in the state not in numbers if you please but in quality the very best people in this locality taking The Record Realizing that this is what advertisers want ana that we had better print 1250 papers and send them to people who will pay for them we dont boast of having thousands of names possibly three fourths of whom will never pay for the paper or anything else Our lists are always open for inspection by those interested and we will new hat that theres not a better list in Kentucky quality considered Death of Hon John Bennett ExSenator John Bennett aged about sixtyfive and unmarried died at Richmond Thursday after an Ill ness of some months He was a lawyer and widely esteemed citizen and possessed of considerable wealth He served two terms in the State Senate being elected in 88 and 95 and declined the nomination for United States Senator when Deboe was elected He was a graduate of Yale and a man of many He was formerly president of the Farmers Bank there He was a brother of Dr Bennett president of the National Exchange Bank Waller Bennett president of the Madison National Bank James Bennett of the Farmers Bank William Bennett and Samuel Bennett promi nent Madison county farmers and Miss Belle Bennett founder of Belle Bennett Institute at Jackson Old Bemedy Revived Those mothers who insist upon their boys wearing heavy hot shoes during the summer should followingclip ped from an exchange Yon never a wild animal that had until it reached captivity was kept off the earth You heard horse had rheumatism until it was shod with iron and kept off the earth You never heard of a dog that rheumatism until it be came household pet and kept of the earth The of Africa and the Pacific islands had rheumatism so far as we know until they got to wearing san daIs or I know a fool mat who whenever he got sick would dig a trench in his garden down In it and have his wife coverhim with fresh errth as far up as his chin He would remain there for an hour or two get in fine spirits Mother The contact Itlooked irarrectioa4iDd it waav Lit ail the boys fo barefooted r I theSom commencement Record some townsmanHon can officials baseMtSter List accomplishments heardof never ofa pampered never ear k f o 2 x L where distinction Our arrears wagers successful president the rheumatism and that had was heathens shoes once lie like C- 1 Hj 7 rfl i I 0 i o Come in and let us dress you up so you will 2o KREP i See our Crash Snits for l HotWeather Wear We can show you a great line of hot I weather Shirts nice line of Cool Underwear beautiful line I socks forhotweath 2 See ourstraw hats 2 T Logan I IlkoePrice aWer i i 0 44i 4 000A090O 0 COOL ti 0 0H 0 a of thin er t H H LG04c140o r 000 00 O O 09o oOOQO40OO Lancaster Boy Climbing Henley Bastin of this city was highly honored last week by being appointed assistant professor in at Perdue University Perdue is one of the largest institutions in the United States and the selection of Mr Bastin is indeed an honor as the place was eagerly sought after by electricians from all over the country He will return home for a short rest and return to his new duties within a few weeks Married at Shelby City A friend sends The Record the Mr E W Smithwickof Thibe deaux La and Miss Maggie Sandidge of this city were married Thursday evening at the home of her mother Mrs R W Dunn Miss Sandidge is quite an attractive and fascinating la dy and the groom is to be upon winning her He is an gentleman well worthy of his prize The attendants were Mr Wy att and Miss Lula Sandidge sister ot the bride The party and about guests enjoyed a most bountiful repast and left for a trip to New Orleans and other Southern points J Towns Liable While most everybody enjoyed the street fair and was glad it came yet The Record desires to call attention to a recent decision in regard to the towns liability in allowing the streets to be blockaded This not only refers to placing tents on the streets al so has bearing on the old goods boxes farm machinery wagons which are allowed to be placed on the In the first place if is injured he can recover damages and in the second place if any old wagon or other obstruction is placed on any public pavement or street the town can be sued for permitting a nuisance The Harrodburg Herald prints the following In a recent case of the city of Richmond vs Smith by the Supreme Court of Virgin ia in January 1903 the right of the city to permit an obstruction of its streets Dy a street fair is fully consid ered and decided The Richmond Carnival Company was a Virginia cor poration and by its charter was au authorized to hold a carnival in the streets of Richmond Va The city council granted the right to use streets jto this company and Smith sued the city permitting aBute anoe He recovered a jadgeeat for 500 On appeal the Supreme Court sustained the ludgment TtMofiafoa te an exhaustive one citing alitauthorities aiwUolly actttwtke wa iaean grav iaf aaiMUti a It Might a well fee t M flMMiag these pity telephony Louisville bn lese t anyone tMia lttI 1 I following congratulated elegant seventy but streets decided t for twra twaltr 6Mrrioaw w2 I Garrard Man Nominated The Prohibitionists of Kentucky in convention at Louisville the following State ticket T B Demaree Jessamine Lieu tenantGovernor O T Wallace Gar rard Secretary of State Charles Bren ard Franklin Auditor R E Easton Henderson AttorneyGeneral W S Stone Wayne Treasurer J A Bar taU Bullitt Superintendent of Public Instruction Miss H E Brooks Commissioner of Agriculture B T Ammerman Harrison Tobacco Growers An agreement is about to be made between the Burley Tobacco Growers Association and the Louisville Warehouse Company by whicb the entire output of the Burley tobacco district of Kentucky Indiana Ohio and will be handtad In Louisville The association is an of farmers which will buy from the growers at a standard price fixed for five years in advance The warehouse contract involves the band ling of 140000 hogsheads each year A Salty Reply One of those upEast journals the kind that are always slinging mud Kentucky telegraphed Gov Beckham asking what steps the executive would take to break up feuds in Kentucky The governor answered as follows Your telegram to me asking for a statement of my plan about stopping feudal troubles in Kentucky was When you succeed in evolv ing c real good plan for successfully stamping out sin and crime in New York please let me know what it Is and I will try it in Kentucky if it is necessary W C Beckham Additional Personal Note Capt Wm Herndon was inCincinnati on business the first of the week Judge Wm Sbngars is spending few days with his son W K at Brad fordsville Misses Marie Joseph and Cora Ward have returned from their school in Tennessee Mr Telephone Bastia attended a meeting of the Association in Lexington Wednesday Mr G M Patterson aad family will take rooms at Mts S llie Tilletts this week turning over their house to Mr JLBDeany Jparaal Mr Shelby I Trinate two oUio work in tiifeaBe teffc Satartay toe his laRtebatoB L He is a Sae young man 1 priater and we sorry that not MSctoat te re nominated Tobacco West Virgnna organization at J home aaA ia oir J 1i Governor Hopkins received Stanford alter are l alall ran see rit aw fonitare Jf- iM11 LwwyPaik7Jili 4 q4 Theyre all Right Those citizens living from Williams and Conns corner to Mrs Bishops on Depot street are strictly alright They had all the dust and trash on the street carefully swept up and carted away Lets see how many will follow suit New line walking skirts at Jennings Lackeys Prices right Paint Lick 522tf Swell furnishing such as ties iery shoes and oxfords etc at Jennings Lackey Paint Lick 522tf Announcement Having associated ourselves together to do a general merchandise business at Paint Lick Ky under the firm name of Jennings Lackey we desire to announce to our friends and the and the general public that we are now ready with a clean fresh stock and prices that are right We believe we are in a better position than ever to serve you and most respectfully solicit of your business All kinds of produce wanted R L Jenning T M Lackey Paint Lick The road to ruin never climbs up a although it may run down one It Is never too late to do good but there is always great danger in it oft indefinitely host ashare hill underwear putting FUNERAL DIRECTORS We have the most complete line of I FUftNlTUlE art CARPETS To be found tows Prices low D L DAVIDSON Law for cash or loaaed pa suaw vr Cully Ell JI t t nth I A bought tl t r i rL JASBEAZLEYIO Arlwialas e a z 4 n t f ejAtr tire Imuraace policies U696iiad upward 1 f Jt DONT Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness uriitl you get our prices If you fail to look over immense stock before you buy your vehicle lap rug whip etc WE WILL SAVE V money if you deal with us as long experience has taught us what to buy and how to buy it Romans ic tfi F r illiJlllr lJi HmfrlJ8 fifWJ 11 s I m r s 7S You ii1 Mate a MjstaKe our YOU Elm ro r i li l Ju1 I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KiaMali Matter Lancaster Ky May 22 1903 The willingness of Hon Gus Willson of Louisville to become the republi can candidate for Governor has brought forth many nice remarks about that excellent gentleman Mr Wilson is a man of the Col J W Ca perton type free from anything that is in the least questionable is a typi cal gentleman firm in his convictions and fearless in the discharge of any duties involved upon him Saturday we heard a groupe of democrats dis cussing the situation in the state when Mr Willsons name came up Theres one of the cleanest and best men in the state remarked one a leader in Kentucky politics He is a gentleman a leader among leaders and a man who will not stoop to any trick or dirty method When he takes the stump he will make such a clean cut argument and in such a gentle manly way that our speakers will be put to the test to answer him Yes Mr Willson is a gentleman in every sense of the word To our exchanges Please print across your front page in red ink the edict that positively no one but BONA FIDE editors and publishers will be admitted on the press trip this summer The railroads are the ones who insist on this its not the mem bers of the association at all Its ve ry embarrassing to turn down people at these meetings but it must be done or the railroads positively will not issue transportation I own the paper up home or I write most of people any more As one of the com mittee on credentials we ask the pa pers to call attention to this fact There have been many suggestions as to what should be done to suppress the lawlessness In Breathitt county The best way out of the trouble to our notion is to abolish the county divide it back to the counties from whence it was taken In the send a special judge and attorney together with sufficient de tectives and soldiers to bring in wit nesses and offenders The judge and attorney should be selected without party favor have no political pets in the case as that is too often done but get men who will do their duty Strin gent steps should be taken at once as the reputation of the entire State stake Alongside of its heading the Post gives the Pool Room Di rectory together with names of ope those supposed to execute the lawand its hard to see how they have the face to pay no heed and gambling places to flourish right under theirnose But Louisville is no thanany of our other cities and we nighbring down to smaller towns and uphome meantime Louisville property worSe it Second Ctasa according lat allow 6 lets see Lancaster might be included too The report of a crap game or loss at cards comes around once and a while Things are coming to a pretty pass sure It looks as though at least one of the Lexington investment company swindlers will have to serve time in the penitentiary The usual motions for new trials always resorted to where criminals have money failed to work in the last case tried Those companies caused more loss and sor row than any swindle ever woKed on the people aId it does seem that some one should be made to pay for it A Kansas politician went to raising potatoesand has clear ed 60000 by the change The mak ing of so much money is not so re markable as the fact that a politician has ever proved to be any account for anything else A vast majority of the politicians of today are tar better qualified to pull the bell cord over a mule One of the starters in the Louisville races Saturday was a horse named Bad News The lost but if we had had any money it certainly would have been placed on Bad News for if there is anything in this world that can travel as fast as that article we have never heard of it What we need is protection from the officers says one of the Brecthitt county feudists Yes thats what a great many cities and localities need In many places the people suffer more from officers than anything else The Impeachment law seems to have been wiped from the statute book The peaches pears etc have been duly reported as killed but the spring poet flourisheth like a green bay tree If the frost would get severe enough to kill some or all of the latter there would be no grieving over loss of the fruit Roosevelt kissed babies while Hobson kissed pretty girls and sqme people are idiotic enough to say Roosevelt is the greatest man We would have rather been in Hobs shoes than be president Tbere is a man up in New Jersey has two perfectly formed hearts In this day and time its seldom you find a man with any heart at all so the New Jersey fellow is indeed a Admiral Cevera was gazetted a lire Senator in Spain says a report We thought what Schley did for Ce was enough to last him a life time 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 repeated attacksof 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 the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie quit politics and who cu- rIosity The rom eatmakes m animal th- race Xstays l e n Cemetery WorkThose desiring to memorials in the Spyingshould place their orders and thus sure ofprompt delivery We can furnish a 6 Markerto A Handsome GraniteMonmnent travelers expenses flj toward Bounty Marble Ibris STREET J ct erect now you any Patronize1- l o V o f iriiii Ts IEK ly Votdk WJiifTi Should Iitort t Some lcorlc In XlucuBEcr spirit of gambling Is abroad in It is in Our homes It is in It is in places of bus inessas well as in our places of amuse ment and recreation says an editorial in the Central Methodist The poor negroes their game of chance with wellworn dice The news boys In the and gamble away their hard earned little capital The clerk In the store the proprietor the capitalist even all stake their money varying only in amount on tills or that event the horse race an ball game condition of the wheat marketstocks etc They are all in the same spirit Intemperance is a thing not difli cult to recognize and its terrible con sequences easily seen and known by all have aroused people to their greatest effort to destroy tile whisky power in our land But the spirit of gambling which is not so easily recog nized or its immediate repulsive and shocking as those of intemperance is gradually and insidi ously working its way into every part of our social and business life The consequences too in the end be equally as ruinous as these of any oth er sinful practice or unholy act It wjll deaden all finer moral feeling sacrificing everything to love of greed destroying all spirituality and unfitting a man for any and every form of religious activity be aroused to the dangers that are ahead or we may suddenly be aroused some day to the fact that we have be come a nation of gamblers But where shall we begin to check this gaming spirit Begin where it the home in the school in the social pastimes of the people The giving of nrizesof any kind in the school or in the home is accompaniec always with the danger of stimula ting this very spirit and not always among those contending for the but certainly among their friends and others interested in the results Tile giving of a single prize in school in subject is one of the most certain ways we have ever seen of encouraging the spirit of gambling among young people in school So interschool con tests of all kinds in athletics orato ry etc are equally certain to lead to the same results We know whereof we speak The guessing at num all wagers in a disguised form and lead to the same demoralization of character and willingness to indulge in more open formsof gambling Near ly all forms of getrichquick invest ments ana other schemes of are in the line of gambling and should be avoided by all who want to be on the safe side Let us be on our guard therefore against all these insidious phases o the gambling spirit and warn others against them There is no form of sin perhaps that is more common none more certain to ruin than this gambling mania It is said the Romans even bet their lives of fering to sell themselves into slavery on the results of their great games s strong had this passion for gambling taken hold of them Beware lest this Twentieth century finds us following hard after Who the Farm A glance over the lists of recent sales of country real estate shows that more and more of the good old ral farms are passing into the hands of a different class of owners The names include plenty of such endings as skX ello berg han sen These people are supplanting the nativebred young men to such an extent as to completely change the makeup of some Eastern communities says the American Agriculturist Their purchase of property is of course not due to any prejudice Jn their favor on the part offormer own ers but to the fact that Jean Catlette or Steve Ialouski is perhaps the buyer willing to pay anything like a fair price These enterprising have worked a few years in a city shop and laid up several hundred dol Taught by their experience in Europe to prize the own of land they are ready to take a farm on easy terms and work hard to pay for it in full They do not des pise a location which happens to be over five minutes walk from a trolley line or more than ten miles from a city They expect to work and save with a great deal of help from vigor ous ambitious women folks and their numerous and docile children Meanwhile the young man who would been natural heir to the farm has sold his birthright for a job where he can wear creased trousers every day in the week and keep his fingernails white and smooth With an idle wife and a pug dog he lives in a little flat of which the monthly rent is equal to price of an acre of good He grows holloweyed and nervous and wears out young but the people with the strange names live and multiply in the homes A Starling Test To a life Dr T G Merrit of Mehoopnay Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful He writes A patient with violent hemorrhages caused by tion of the i had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so ICmontbs Electric Bitters sia Constipation ajn d Ty them OnlyJQe i opo 1 L I r I our chooJs our alleys boot blacks the consequences- so the We must beginsin prizes anyone pumpkin let us ancient i only persons lIars have farmland 1 he atlentgained not ladan t Ivef g y8P Ind gQl00 Kli e rf ta Irk The the laud play athletic contestprofessional will the speculation Buys once the ancestral save cure wan attacked ulcer stomach Iprescribedthem from thefirst and has tack in 8tiE7Cebeta S 76 r f o s y S WALLACE v Delayed Letter George Jlitcholl sold a horse to D Thos wife were with friends here Saturday night and Miss Maggie Wallace of Berea was the guest of Misses and Lucy Cade Saturday night Miss Mary Caldwell who has been quite poorly for some time seems somewhat improved at this writing J L Sturgell preached to a large crowd here largest that has gathered here for more than a year Misses Doyle Kinnard and Ollie Ab ner of Berea attended church here Sunday and were guests of the family of E W Baker At the S S election held here last Saturday E W Baker was re elected Superintendent and Baker secretary and treasurer t Chester Gay 10 years old here a few days ago for his brothers home in California going through by no certain one Our farmers are now longing for some of the rain that so badly their work a few weeks ago Some of the ground is so hard that it be broken at present MARKSBDBY Mr Speed Boner of Boyle was with friends here Sunday Mr Kinnaird Bourne and wife relatives at Bourne Sunday- T D Chesnut sold seven shoats to Joe Tuggle at SGT40 per hundred Messrs C A Robinson and Ned have had their residences newly painted Mr Cyrus Daly and wife spent with Mrs Susan Anderson at LancasterMiss Hawkins of Danville was among the visitors at the Fork church Sunday Miss Sue Sutton was the guest a few days last week of Mrs J I Hamilton LancasterMr J S Johnson of attended services at the ForkSun day and dined with Mr II D Aldridge and family Rev W II Stallings returned last Tuesday from a pleasant trip to the Southern Baptist Convention which met at Savannah Instead of a Sunday morning Rev Stallings gave an interesting description of and the Convention We presume the Street Fair and Carnival at Lancaster was much en joyed by old and young One neigh bur and family who attended Friday night tell they saw a ghost as they were returning home We presume they were still thinkingof the London Ghost Show PllEACllERSYILLE J P Rogers sold a horse at Stanford for 00 John Dudderar was in our village first of the week Frank Gross sold a horse to James Roberts for 70 Thos Hutchins has returned from Indian Territory John Richardson sold a mule colt to Cal Underwood for 65 J B Hutchins sold a horse to Mr Rogers of Red Lick for 85 Ballard Bros bought some heifers at Stanford for 20 per head W B Bennett bought some corn from J F Holtzclaw for 250 per barrel Miss Lillie Garner has been visiting Miss Ella Thompson for a few days Rev E J Terrill and family went to Cartersville Saturday to preach there Sunday Lweis Spoonamore has been sick for several days though we hope he will be up soon Miss Essie Cummins of Rockcastle has been visiting Miss Hallie Brown for a few days Mrs Mary Elmore and family of Jel lico have been visiting relatives here for a few days Mrs Jennie Burchfield and of Pineville was visiting relatives here last week John W Cummins has returned home from Lawrenceburg where be has been since the first of the Dr Brown and family of Stanford came out last week and enjoyed a pleasant day fishing with a party from here PAINT LICK Dr J G Bosley of Richmond was in town Sunday Otter Wearen had a nice saddle mare to die last week Miss Lacy Francis will give her scholars a picnic next Friday at Wal mill Pies Murry who recently went from Clay county has moved his family back to his fathers James Murry Mr Elmer Deatherage or Richmon was in our town Saturday receiylu wool for which he ispayirig 20c per pound Our farmers are getting a little un their crops as but a small acreage has been planted ground is so hard they cannot plant until it rains era Jn this section is all the and w6rk TON Sunday Sundaythe LewisE left cannot visited Saturday Lancaster sermon Savannah S daughter hereto and getting d p1e did i llutkins for 30 Kinnard and Sallie accompanied retarded 4U Bo- gie pear our daces easy about ye she Stone Norman oneof the best pain work pecan has juat finish painting MrsPattiE gleti ins i 12 e r ea hole For Sale 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 divid tug the property The farm two hundred and sixty acres of productive land partly located within the limits of the city of Ky with a brick residence and substantial buildings of all kinds nec essary to make a home attractive and comfortable fronting on Richmond Avenue The land lies well is under good fence and in the highest state of cultivation yielding abundant crops of hemp tobacco corn wheat 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 any one At any time The well watered H G Herring Mrs Susan Fisher The man who is vice wonders why so many persons think it their duty to make public the fact Foleys Honey and Tar is peculiarly adapted for asthma and hoarseness 0 C J E Stormes 1 m Man often shows the hard side of his disposition to mark more strongly the generous shades Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children C C J E Stormes Never allow blighted leaves and branches to remain on fruit trees Wheu you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by all druggist 1 m A deep soil the deeper the better should be selected for the orchard A Little Early now and then at bedtime will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles Dewitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills that cure by arousing the secretions moving the bowels gently yet effectually and 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 Time spent in making fruit and vegtables look attractive is never lost ATAKMKD Cough but Pvrinnnciitly Cured by Chamberlains CouuU Too Great a Risk In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus often before medi cine could be procured or a physician summoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand The risk is too great for anyone to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine in use It can be depended upon For sale by all druggists 1 m For setting out in a dry soil the plant should be well rooted and stocky as it must depend on its own roots Keiuefly Mr H P Burbage a student at law 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 Bur bage having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try it Now read what he says of it soon felt a remarkable change and after using two bottles of the twentyfive cent sizes was cured Sold by all druggists Women who smoke seem to get pleasure out of it as they do trying to balance their check books 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 Tur ner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and Purely vegtable Never gripe Only 25c at R E McRob erts Drug Store 1 m We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to Rive you the Best JPaintim we have done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Gail and see our work f Afin Farm consists- of highly Lancaster bluegrass premises- to place- is II l m IU er giving undoubtedly always I permanently 1 to o 0 and 0 REP IRINO 1 I j W J Rom DS S tcrJr s S GREATLY Bya 1erri tent N a- muck bowels 00000000000000 0 g 0 trio a p ever 0 r s o 0p I Your house needs i Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material i MCROBERTS Dont Be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a fool Thats as Clear as the White in a diggers Eye MHH M M MM MMMM f f M M M M M H M M H m M f ttr w I I i All persons having against George Bright lately deceased are hereby notified to them accord ing to law file them on or before June 2nd 1903 with me at Marcellus Kyi or with my attorney W L Will lams at Geo B Bob InsonsExecutor of d t kI Notices claims Ig15t DRUG STORE OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION OOOOOOO I VEHICLES I YOUR I a Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever V to show 4 J Our experience oi over 20 years knowing what to buy f how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit I KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright 0 Danville Kentucky y We want to sell you your PAINT JOST OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call See Ife Our Prices are Right Everything In Tke Pant Line Prisbies Drug1 Store Dont Be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a foot Thats as Clear as tho White in a Niggers Eye 2 I d In Stock I The Very Latest Novelties in the Vehicle Line I X and we 2 SOOOCOOOOOQ OOC OOC OOC 0 0 I 0 o 8 Q 2 I i and i 2 o t t t t t t II t t I II t t t t n t t t t t attempted vcr wTo llll rc row eJ o 0000000000000000000000000 00000000000000 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lay 0 0 0 Od0000o000000 000 000000000000000 1 s d Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Morgan Sutton decd Will present same properly proven to me or my attorney J i Robinson on or before August 1st 1903 Davis Sutton Admr of Morgan Sutton dec v Hemp Small amount of good hemp seed for sale r J j Seed cultivated lM West 0 Z 2 F 0- DONT DONT I I DONT Buy a poor harrow Buy a Buffalo Pitts Buy a cheap Corn Planter Buy a Guaranteed Evans I Waste money on cultivators that wear out in two or three years Tie to and buy the Brown and Brown Man ley SpringBeauties We sell Paint OUR SETS OF HARNESS OUR LAP DUSTERS T FL l K FaPO S f t fo I Gossip About People VigNgNg A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Arc Interested In Miss Miller of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick were visitors here Sundav Misses Broaddus and Sanders have been guests of Miss Sallie Ross Miss Eva Lammer of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs S D Rothwell Mrs Juliet Rogers has gone to Cin cinnati to spend a few days shopping Mr Dolph Rice and wife of Dan ville were visitors in Lancaster Mrs Cotton of Bryantsville is her sister Mrs Geiger Paulding streetMr and Mrs Lynn Hudson of New are visiting Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs W A Carson and children of Stanford have been visiting Mrs W J Romans A splendid picture of Miss Rella Arnold appeared in Saturdays Cour ier Journal Mrs John Francis of Danville is with her sister Mrs Alex Duty Rich mond avenue Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond has been visiting her parents Mr Leander and wife Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville has been visiting her parents Curry and wife Mrs George Bruce of Danville has been with her parents Judge E Brown and wife Mrs William Price and son of Danville visited Mrs Martha Frisbie Saturday Mrs Henry McDowell of Irvine is visiting her sister Walker Richmond avenue Miss Lucile Cooper of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Angie Kinnaird Lexington avenue Mr John and bride of Danville have been guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Fred Stone Miss Christine Bradley of Louis vine attended the BurnsideArnold wedding Wednesday Langdon Bread For Sale Also Peerless Iceland Freezer Best Ice Cream Freezer Call and H M BALLOU I I j I 1 I I f x J Saturday Orleans Davidson Mr Theo Mrs L L Meir I I r1a IJ mad see d buy tr JJ I 1 visiting Her- Bert 1 OQx r e as i 6tfi- r S Mr Ike Dunn and wife of Bryants villc have been visiting her parents Mr Dee Gulley and wife Mrs G M Patterson and little daugh ter Grace Helen have returned months sojourn in New Mexico Mrs R O McLean of the ArnoldBurnside wedding and is visiting Garrard county friends lion John D Harris and Mr Harve Chenault of Richmond attended the BurnsideArnold marriage Saturdays Louisville Post pretty picture of Miss Christine Bradley who has recently moved there Judge R A Burnside and Mr J W Sweeney attended the Knights at Owensboro this week The reception at CurryDavidsons store Saturday afternoon was largely Attended and greatly enjoyed by the guests of these hustling young mer chantsMiss Willie Belle Busnsidc returned from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music to be present at the BurnsideArnold wedding She will return to the this week On Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs J G Burnsrde gave a beautiful dinner ic honor of the BurnsideArnold bridal party The brideelect was gowned in an exquisite shade of grey crepe adorned with Duchess lace A repast was served the color scheme being pink and white Miss Carrie Curry held a delightful reception on Thursday afternoon in honor of the club and her niece Miss Theo Hemphill The house was beautifully en fete the color scheem of red and white was carried out in cherry blossoms A dis itnct feature was the guessing game in which Miss Nell Johnston was the prize a handsome vase The lunch was served with daintiness and toothsome ideas The afternoon was one of great pleasure to the guests The marriage of Mr James Vincent Arnold of Middlesboro and Miss Florence Shearer Burnside was a brilliant affair on Wednesday morning at the Paint Lick church Rev C M Clmmbley oflleiating The bride is not only a most charming woman but so amiable and lovely in character as to endear her to all who come under the spell of her fascination Mr Arnold is a prominent business man of Mid dlesboro Palms and smilax were placed in profusion in the chancel two hearts of white roses were on the and over the bride and groom was suspended a string of wedding bells hung from a love knot The bridal party entered as Mrs Belle Burnside and Miss Nell Johnston played the Lohengrin wedding march The bride wore a blue gown blue hat and gloves and carried bride roses The maid of honor Miss Willie Belle Burnside wore a lovely blue organdy elaborately trimmed with Valenciennes lace carried white roses Her white hat was prettily trimmed in white roses The brides maids were Misses Chris tine Bradley of Louisville Emily Chenault Mary Miller of Richmond Margaret Walker and Jennie Wallace They attracted a great deal of for the beauty of their gowns These were of white organdy with deep insertion of heavy cream lace Tuey wore white hats and carried white parasols Mr Walter 0 Walker of was best man The were Messrs John Burnside John Baughman of Stanford Jeptha Che nuilt of Richmond Curtis Wise and T G Horned of Boston As the party left the church Mendelssohns march was played Mr and Mrs Arnold left immediately for the on their bridal trip I Editor Seph Campbell Sees It Somerset Journal The man who never makes mistake accomplishes nothing in this life There is never a time when the bus Incas can afford to let ad vertising The citizen of any town whose zeal get the better of his judgment still of more value than who sits silent like a knot on a log when theres things to say Journal is willing to be the mouthpiece of those leading citizens only wlioido not tp withhold any good things from neighbors seeking the good thirigsof this life for from- a attended contained- a Temp- lar con lave bounteous B li geraniums and awarded altar and attention ushers wedding north As a man upon their f f j t Nashville Conservatory Stanford s one and do The want While themselves y S BUCKEYE Miss Sallie B Ray is still quite sick Alex Walker bought of Blakeman Bros of Madison 24 cattle at 4ic Miss Ida Ray and Mr Dock Hendren of here Sunday Miss Eula Belle Brown and Mr Sid Dickerson went to Madison Sunday Many from here attended the Car nival last week and report a nice time Miss Pearl Hardin of Decatur Ill is the guest of her sister Mrs Aleck and two children of Crab Orchard were over to see Miss Sallie B Ray Sunday Mr and MrSTVesley Walker and daughter visited the latters par cuts the latter part of last week The Dowse 1Iedse Harry Giovannoli writing from Washington to the Danville Advocate says Washington is looking for a visit from the Rev John Alexander Dowie some time this fall Dowie as you may have heard is going to New York in October accompanied by two thou sand of his followers half of them wo men to convert that wicked city and it is possible that he may stop in Washington either going or coming and give this town a coating or two of whitewash It needs it in spots By the way if you join the Dowie here is the oath or vow you are supposed to take I vow in the name of God my Fath er and of Jesus the Christ His Son and my Saviourandof the HolyGhost who proceeds from the Father and the Son that I will be a faithful member of Zion Restoration Host organized at the Shiloh Tabernacle in the city of Zion on Lords Sept 1903 and I that I recognize John Alexander Dowie General Overseer of the Catholic church in Zion of which I am a member in his threefold ofiice as the Messenger of the Covenant the Prophet foretold by Moses and Elijah the Restorer I promise to the fullest extent of all my powers to obey all rightful orders issu ed by him directly or by his properly appointed oflicers and to proceed to any part of the world wherever he shall direct as a member of Zion Res toration Host and that all family ties and obligations and all relations to all human government shall be held to this vow this declaration and this promise This I make in the presence of God and of all the visible and invisible witnesses Progressive Euchre The New York Sun reports the fol lowing which The Record is asked to reproducePhilo School secretary the Brooklyn Sunday School Union made these remarks recently at the midyear convention of the Kings County Chris tian Temperance Union Gambling among the children of our city is rife Our churches and our schools are honeycombed with it gambling in these progressive euchre Let us save the children A who came to me in trouble that he had stolen 65 from his employer he told me that he had learned his first lesson in gambling at a progressive euchre party given by hIs Sunday school teacher To a Sun reporter Mr Subolfield gave these further reasons for opposing progressive euchre parties I do not mean that is Protestant schools or churches give these but they are given by he said I know the Catholic churches give theta but I do not know of any Protestant churches that give them But it is Sunday school teachers and prominent society women who are in close touch with all church work that I am aiming at Why I know of one very prominent family who left their church because the minister had spoken in objection to progressive eu chres It is gambling pure and The principle is it is for prize or for money It i s time that our clergymen should speak with no uncertain sound to put a stop to this gambling craze that is undermining the churches and demoralizing society in Brooklyn The children seeing their parents at home with their houses filled with prizes lamps vases chairs c won at a progressive euchre parties see no harm in gambling in the wheels of chance which are to be found in many con fectionary stores at which they win worth of candy for 1 cent The spirit of the age seems to for nothing This is reason why today there is so much crime among the young in Brooklyn and for that matter the country is at large Dp to the Farmer The Burley Tobacco Growers Asso ciations agreement is beingcircu lated among the farmers ty and a large number of acres of have already been pledged to the association Why any farmer should hesitate for a momens this agreement is not plain to us The association agrees buy the farmers tobacco and pay for it as delivered at a price that will be as much as they get now and have as much more For instance if a farmer his last crop at 8 cents the agrees to pay for this years crop The proposition is just as plain as itcan be and the farmer his everyttiing to gain and nothing to If the association should to take his to baoio he He has his crop and most ke whatever Hrfce tbeippDJneD m iB iiceto bfferi Ifevery tanner should the a n tii j 2c c 2t 1 t T I nrksvllle were I WalkerMrs little movement declare Christian prophetic o f parties boy confessing euchres members H simple tbesame whether 3 cents 81 tobacco sign to lose I y ti subordinate whole be something one now in this co sold years association fail esnothItlg till jobs and lrwbatitbe Ms 4- v n al It doing practically in county the I tables would be turned on the trust and it would be at the mercy of the farmers just where it ought to be If there is any money to be made in the tobacco business the producer is to it We do not see why any farmer snould refuse to join his brother farmers in movement and we believe after deliberation they will do so This is the opportunity of the farmers to control the situation Will they ac cept it or will they reject it Letevery farmer take a hand in the movement Dont stand back and see your neighbors make a success of it but join hand with them and in a solid phalanx march up against the trust and show the same independence ex hibited by our forefathers Dover News MANSE OT R Slavin visited his home folk near Danville last week Aiss Alice Henderson of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Sunday A number from here attended the Carnival in your town last week and reported a good time Miss Annie Reid entertained the Manse Glee Club lest week in her usu charming manner Dainty refresh1 ments were served at 10 oclock and with such a jolly crowd all had an The Manse Glee Club is the whole show Since it has started it is sure to go jolly team and cant be beat With boys so gallant and girls so neat numbers thirty when all are boys and girls ss stately and fair The boys good traits in this we relate And next comes the girls if they can wait Well begin with Oc who Is the They gave him this honor without his consent Theres nothing attractive than gravitation tis said Except this young man hes far a head And his brother Duke who is nand some and tall He courts every girl and Is loved by all Cupid he employs for his service alone He steals all tho hearts but gives not his own And then Ed Walker with his smile Is admired by all who near him doth while But is too young yet to choose his bride And has many years in which to Now comes Davy Hurvey who is run ning the farm He always does good and never does harm Hes up with the sun and is busy all day Always smiling and is happy and gay Now we greet Wm Tudor a stylish dude Hes pleasant and chatty but not all rude He has won the heart the Belle of Manse We can trully say every one he And too one of our greatese friends Is TH S who hums the might have beens Manse without him would be a failure no doubt Like the play of Hamlet with Hamlet left out And then Joe Mc who lives at Manse And hasnt yet played the game of chance In the Springtime gentle Annie is his song And were afraid be wont be single long And Wm Doty who Is keeping bach He makes lots of dough and would Miss Daisy Collier of Danville is the guest of her cousin Miss Ann Hill be a great catch He needs a tidy maid to sew his but tons on Hed better decide before theyre all gone Then Dr Walker everybodys friend He heals all the sick and has practice without end Hes a noble man the pride of the town And does much good for miles around And Wm Denny too who makes it more complete For a good honest boy he be beet Hes of which we can boast So strictly with his duties always found at his post Now comes Boyle Doty who is droll and funny He stays at home and tikes to make money selfsacrificing boy has resigned taking a wife Thinks it best to dlssapppint all while than life Qtly Burke ye fates protect The girls from the irresistible flirt of sex Yevamatuer flirt drift slow Larger boats may venture more But small should keep near the shore The city that gets to front osu hoe pull a well as a push HeavenbasHt time to help the who is a victia of that tired And next day a dwter tWa I I t Mattie McCor- mack enjoyable time Itsa there- Of transient decide comeS ra one 01 7 I c c 0if l w every entitled this president more tit enchants cant E Pluribus Unum The to for And that boats the ally i feels y ewearagalstertYit c All of GLalrflRlligttanlRio r FMr YA- a may 43 01 Business Japalac at Frisbies Drug Store 3t Chicken feed kinds cheap Potts Bros 22tf 81 per bushel for the best seed corn m27tf Potts Bros For sale sow and seven polandchina pigs J C Hemphill 515tf Buy your Paint at Drug Store Tomato plants for sale Grant All kinds of Carriage Conns ing at Get yo Drug Stc water at Frisbies m53t prescriptions to Frisbies Drug Store m53t New We of Stationery at Frisbies Drugstore m153t Buy your at Frisbies Drug m153t Best line of cigars in town at Fris 11 m153t Remember Fox the photographer Is here every Friday a24tf Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices JRHaseldens 424 tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday He is doing some splendid work 24tf We have in the Paint line Buy it Drug Store f m5 3t for painting floors and all wood work also sunproof paint at a10 Fountain and Stylographic pens and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler Waited To paint your carriage and finish See Coftn before for carriage painting all kind of work tire and 43tf Our customers are well pleased with our fine Carriage painting and Romans mltf Farmers bring us your grain and get a good turnout of the best flour and meal on the market Potts Bros 22tf Have your Rubbe tires put on by Conn and see of and Carriag Can save you money We have just purchased one of the finest and best machines for putting tires in Central Kentucky W J Romans mltf 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 a24 tf We put our Flour Meal and Graham in 6 12 24 and 48 Ib packages paper cotton or twill goods Best Goods in best package Potts Bros 22tf Call and look throughConns large stock of etc and get price on sanw jfoQ will be aston shed at low prices forsuch nice work 3tf Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at LOO each Potts Bros m6tf Potato Plant Brazilian Bermuda SouthernQueen and Venelen will be ready May 10th ma8lm Geo Smith Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf I have taken charge of the Nicho lasvllle stage line and will give attention to all business Leave orders at Elkins meat store I P Thompson m5tf Cedar For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price to SOcts They are strictly A 1 Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf We areprepared 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 Bras m58tf Teachers Examinations Examinations for colored teachers will be held at my office Friday and Saturday May 22 and 23 Mrs L L Walker Supt m8td Board For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three made by Wm Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf I have secued a first claw carriage painter whohaa hadlarge experience n than youcarriage painting anteed Carriage Shop 43tf We and stock the following high grade haggles surreys phaetons c The Oolumbwa Bsggy Co at all b b ies ma153t rs J W Brin your J lac Storeall sh Sto every g her Frlsbies Jajalack Thompsons ork guaranteed at onns ng contract repairing W J stock Bugg- Ies careful Pot W S before feet cf I andBargains all Fr r Soda Drug rubber Bu es carriages from 20cts In painting lye you bet is can geEsoywlle lee A ork Coons handle have a t Kaufman Curtis and Reid I lfoeditel- LAd iae fie ty sea reeS JRerrwwklgl ti1 7 r1 j is as Of it Women go flirting in the spir it men go fishing A LCMOB IB Health Healthy kidneys filters the from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible Fo leys Kidney Cure makes sound and will postively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens the whole system C C E Stormes 1 m A man likes to call on female intel beet but to live with female intelli gence 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 Soid by F P Frisbie A woman will never believe a man suffering grief until he burries hIs face in his hands A Farmer 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 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 straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying give me another bottle Chamberlains Pain Balm I want in the house all the time for it cured me For sate by all druggists 1 m kidneys DeWitts protrud- Ing 1 m freely ry wN same impurities B Everybody knows that to get the Best Groceries In Town they must call on Currey Davidson and get prices on Hoosier Corn Planters Binders Mowers Hay Rakes Binder Twine TBWALKER ft SON Dont be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a Thats as Clear as the White in a Niggers Eye 11 xmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm aa E a a 3a I I See Us 0 and i 4 i 4 t t I t t I It t I I t t I XWYI WIIIWWWW WWWlIIUU1111U11WIiWWJ11W111W7C Cultivators fool P i F- esFAVQRITE IM AIEN Spring Opening of Paper are some of the handsomest Wall Pa pers that have ever been shown in Danville many of which were imported prices range from the papers to the most expen sive specialties These pers are daily and are on display at our store and the of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting by com petent men Paints and Window Glass We havethe best read ymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest prices AEGibbons 306 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY j iI I cheapest beIn 4 aWe Gep Smith Jr J OTARYPUBLICP- eHsioa and Court work a special ty Typewriting at reasonable E rllt Office atf W erof icC r y 5 l There is a form of weakness to which women are subject which is responsible for much general and it is known as female weak ness From this local cause can be traced the slow advance of failing health which not infrequently leaves the woman a chronic invalid No woman should allow womanly diseases to without proper treatment The trouble is that these diseases progress often because of im proper treatment Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription can be relied on as a safe and sure cure for womanly diseases It establishes regularity dries unhealthy drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women well health is the best now that it has been for four years writes Mrs Phebe Morris of Cayuga Co N Y Box 52 I have taken two bottles of OP rir unhappiness Ira It ut ne tVEAKES your Favorite Prescription and Medical Discovery These medicines have me more than all that I have taken I could do work about half the time and now I can work all the time for a family of four Before I took your medicines I was sick in bed half the time My advice to all who are troubled with female weakness is to take Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery the most wonderful Weak and lick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works won ders for weak women Keep the bowes healthy by the timely use of Dr Heroes Pleasant Pellets c GOlden For the Farmer Traderand Housewife SUck Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc In Italian cotton mills men receive 42 cents a day women 33 cents and children 16 cents Of the cotton used last year 93000 tons came from the United States 14000 from India and 7000 from Egypt The American Grocer estimates the annual consumatlon of coffee in the United gallons valued at 249891030 Last year America imported only 8 000000 bushels of potatoes Austria has the largest duck farm and the largest incubator in the world The incubator has a capacity of 11440 ducks eggs or 14000 hens eggs Every spring Itbas been a precau tion of Florica to declare a quaran tine against Cuba through the fear of yellow fever This year no quaran tine will be enforced until cases of yellow fever occur in Cuba In Louisville last week a hogshead of tobacco was sold that had been packed for twentyeight years It was the old fashioned dark tobacco and was sweet and sound It sold for G cents Clover seed is selling at 735 a bush II States at 1498910304 p rri k el in Western Kentucky and will go higher as the crop in Europe is a fail ure and the demand in this country for this reason is much greater Has any one tried a roasted onion bound upon the pulse of the wrist to stop the toothache It is said to stop the ache in a few minutes We doubt it but it is worth trying cur tainly and can do no harm An agricultural writer gives this timely advice to farmers The kernels of an ear of corn possess more vitality and will germinate more quickly than those from either the tip or batt of the ear We always dis card the tip and butts The worlds greatest record of a sin gle crop of corn produced on one acre in one season is 255 bushels This was grown by Col Z T Drakeof Marl boro county South Carolina for which he was paid a premium of 500 offered by the American Agriculturist A stock man tells the Lincoln Dem ocrat that 1000 horses have been ship ped out of Lincoln and Boyle counties in the last 15 months Half of these it is said were brood mares hence there are fewer mares for breeding purposes in Lincoln county now than has been the case in 50 years If the farmers time is too valuable to grow his own fruit it is too valua ble to grow his own wheat potatoes or meat With plenty of room bettershaped trees are secured while with air and sunshine better fruit is produced middle II I MALARIAMeans bad air and whether it comes from the low lands and I An invisible I Enemy to Health I marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain of the cities and towns its effect upon the human the same These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken up bythe blood and the foundation of some long debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver kidney troubles jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe Malaria Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because the liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current until it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various eruptions of an indolent character appear depleting the system and threatening life itself The germs and poisons that so oppress and weaken the body and destroy the lifegiving properties of the blood rendering it thin and watery must be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to rid of Malaria and its effects pipes systemis breakthrough S S S does this and quickly produces an entire change in the blood reaching every organ and stimu lating them to vigorous healthy action S S S possesses not only purifying but tonic properties and the general health improves and the increases almost from the first dose There no Mercury Potash Arsenic or other mineral in a S S It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly help you by their advice to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases sent free TIlL SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Dontfbe a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a fool Thats as Clear as the White in a Niggers Eye Dont Be a Hoodoo Hoodoo is worse than a tool Thats as Clear as the White in a Niggers Eye is tIZ t t t04 S 0 4Jj 4t n e 3 S 4444444 A srI1 t I I i i ti Mian siny other fiuit Few m them Siieof a socatilpf itiibif nttijiriiy uf Liicin gruvhij in i pyii nmliil form Still It Is not bet U them to grow too tall Cutout the tops In spite of very heavy cattle receipt prices are fully maintained The pri ces of dressed beef are moving up nearer to parity with other meatsarid the distribution trade is in good shape Exporters were also fairly liberal Quality of cattle now coming better than for some time rast Re ceipts at six markets to Fitday 148000 against 128000 lastS week and 97600 last year Closing quotations at Chic ago Saturday Choice to extra steers 530 to 575 good to choice 5 to 540 fair to good 4JO to 5 to medium 4 to 440 butchers steers 4 to 420 The total sales of leaf tobacco on the Louisville market January 1 to April 30 1003 were 53G7G hhds against 78 112 hhds sold during corresponding month of last year The rejections January 1 to April 30 1903 were 1558 hhds against 17000 hhds rejected du ring corresponding peried of last year Total receipts Januaiy 1 to April 30 1903 were 41397 hhds against 57021 hhds received during corresponding period of last year Up to the close of April this year we had sold of the 1902 crop 02578 hhds against 72281 hhds of 1901 crop sold up to close of April 1902 Of the total sales this year 42110 hhds were Burley and3112 hhds were dark tobacco Total stock held at the Louisville market onApril 30 1003 were 12799 hhds against 17 780 hhds held at close of April last year Stocky increased during April 31 hhds JJEDNA VISTA Miss Hittie Dunn closed her select school here last Thursday Wm Christopher sold 3 yearlings to Dunn Smith at Burgin price Gus and Will Scott have each lost a nice milchcow within the last few daysMiss Lillian Poor Joe Skinner and others attended the Street Fair last week Mrs Howard King week with her parents at Ambrose Jessa mine countv Misses Mary and Francis Tomlinson are visiting their sister Mrs Burgess Mr and Mrs Will Dickerson of Mc Creary visited relatives and attended church here Sunday Albert Skinner and J W Scott have sold their wool to Becker Glass at Bryantsville for 20c per pound Miss Annie Sechrest and brother Brice of this place assisted with the music at Miss Allie Dunns entertain ment last Friday Miss Jennie Skinner leaves Friday to attend commencement at the B college where Miss Mary Skinner graduates the 23rd Miss Lucretia Skinner the telephone operator of Lan caster Mrs Elliott and Miss Lula Mc Clure spent Sunday with the family of Mr Albert STONE Miss Arkie Rue of McCreary spent Sunday with Miss Linnie Preston Mr Gabe Preston and daughter Lin nie visited in last week L L Sanders sold a cow and calf for 30 also bought two calves for 20 Mrs Emma Posey of McCreary vis ited relatives at that place last week Mrs Alice Green and Misses Pearl and Jewell Sanders were visitors in your city recently Miss Beulah Grimes has returned to her home after two weeks visit to Mrs C M Moberley Mr and Mrs Todd Simpson are re joicing over a young man that has ar rived at their home Sunday School next Sunday morning at halfpast nine and singing in the afternoon at 4 oclock Homer the little son of Mr and Mrs Harvey McConly died Wednesday night of scarlet fevev the remains were burried at Mt Hebron All the farmers have stopped and gone to fishing There are lots of fish Wm Easley caught one near here that weighed GO pounds Can Mr Stormes beat that BRYANTSVILLE Dr Elliott sold to Mr John Wood a good milk cow for 30 Mrs Nannie Hughes of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs Haselden Misses Ballou of Richmond are the attractive guests of the Misses Pat tonMisses Altie and Mattie Boner visit ed Miss Katie Moore from Friday till SundayMessrs Chalmers Gallaher and J H Boner made a flying trip to Lexing ton Sunday Miss Jessie Denton Georgetown College is the pleasant guest of her aunt Mrs Wm Pettus We are sorry to report Miss Carrie Boulden very sick with measles hope she will soon be out again Mrs Dr Elliott arid Miss Lula Mc Clure visited the family of Mr Skin ner at Buena Vista Sunday Mrs Flemmer arid daughters Misses Laura ana Katie of Wil more were guests of Mrs C 3 Armstrong last Thursday Mrs B F Jennings Danville arid Mrs Buford Ely and sister Miss Bes iieBallard of Paint Lick wereguests if MrsfA SiHaselden severaf Pear trees reltIirC rat space r I ill in common 63 spent last at sliddlesboro N North Middletown accommodating Jess mine work- Ing UI i i 7 t her less ice allow buyers evening- Skinner- days last week e a Hoodoo- A Hooilo Is worse thasaa K as Clear as the White in a Niggers Eye ok r C TIm s 55 S5 V Dort A Quick Arrcnt J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After and all remedies failed Bucklins Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It con quers aches and kills pain 25cat RE McRoberts druggist 1 m A womans love can become annoy ing as well as burdensome Tile AVnstcsof Hie 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 stom ach 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 to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that protects the health and strength of the mind and body Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and stomach troubles It is an ideal spring tonic Sold by F P Frisbie l m When a woman gives way to anger she begs her own pardon with teams Thing It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not alto gether true Dr Kings New for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thous ands can testify to that Mrs C D VanMetre of Shepardtown W Ya says I had a severe case of Bronchi tis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One of Dr Kings Ivew 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 Regu lar sizes 50c SlOO 1 in Notice to Hear Proof on Claims Garrard Circuit Court A J Rices Admr c Puffs 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 olllce in Lancas ter Garrard County Ky to hear proof on claims against the estate of A J Rice deceased These sittings 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 GAIUIAUD CIUCUIT COURT Sam Preston Plff vs Franklin Dennis c Defts and RE McRoberts PHI vs Franklin Dennis Deft By virture of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 1903 in the above cass 1 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 followsBeginning at a black walnut in a branch corner to Jas Sanders thence down said branch with its meanders S 31 E 185 poles S 231 E 151 poles S 18 E 15 310 poles S 8 E 20 poles S 2 W 34 poles to Colliers Fork of Sugar Creek with its meanders N 74 W 409 doctors organs ASure Discovery bottle promptly consol- Idated poles N 59 W 31 poles to the mouth i of a small branch with said line N 30 3 14 poles N 37i E 12 poles N 4U E 4 poles JS 44J E poles to a black walnut thence N 49 E 74 poles N 44 E G poles to a black walnut in the head of said branch thence N 20 E 95 poles to a TS 18 410 poles to a stake S E 20 poles to a stake S 80 E 12 poles to a stake thence S 88 E G 8 poles to thebeginning 48 acres 1 rood polesThis made to satisfy the fol lowing lien debts to Sam Preston a debt of 8050 with interest expendedSecond To J S Johnson a debt of 150 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from April 25 1900 to May 25 1903 the date of sale making due on said date the sum of 40Thirdof 17928 with interest there on atsix per cent per annum from May 11 1901 to May 25 1903 the late of sale making due on said date the sum of 1790Theinterest to date of sale being 4S9PG and the total costs being mak ing the total sum to be realized theI sum of S- It being adjudged the Court that the above described property is not TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of G months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned cent from of sale until paid sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Lund GAKUAUD CIKCUIT COUUT City of Lancaster Ky PlfT vs Nick Leavell Deft By virtue of a Judgement of the Garrard Circuit rendered at its 1903 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster sell to thehighest and best bidder the described property in the of caster County Ky Described as follows Being the House and Lot owned and occupied by Nick Leavell and located on the North side of Duncan Alley in Plott of the City of Lancaster and bounded on the North by the property of J H Ward and on the by theproperty of Bob Herring On the South by Duncans and on the West by the property of Mary JaneDenny This property will be sold to satisfy the claims to wit 4 05 with six interest per annum from January 10 1898 and the further sum of 230 with six per cent interest per annum there on from January G 1899 until paid and the sum of 4 82 with six per cent interest per annum there on from July 22 1901 until paid The several stuns with the interest on each of their amount to tne aggregate of 1374 on May 25 1903 day of sale and the costs of TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six G months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha 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 and Receivervof the Garrard Circuit Court Ii standsthenceSO annumfrom saiddate I I thereforesix I bearing 6 per judgment Alienoc93t styledcase following Lan County per cent tobepayabletopaidhaving 8 Dont Violate the Law And dont encourage the violation of the by buying Whisky from those who have no right you whisky We Have a Right to Sell you Whisky- And You Have a Right to Buy it From Us READ OUR PROPOSITION We will send you one full quart of 10 yearold either Rye or Bourbon Whiskey nicely packed In plalnboz for ftOC two quarts for J2OCor fourquarts 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 5 cents to send us three dollars via poetofllce moneyorder thus you get a quart of tenyear old Whisky absolutely pure for just the same price you py for 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 sixyearold whisky guaranteed absontelvpure nicely packed In plain box 6r4200 two gallons for390 three gallons for 575 and you pay charges You ought to have whisky in your house your doctor will tell you that whisky is the best and least harmful stimulant thafyon can use and Is better than drugs Think of the of sudden attack of toothache cramps cplicor neuralgia in the dead hours of night arid no doctor nea no whiskey in the honsefwhatwoulfj a few ounces of whisky be worth to you on such an occasion Forewarned Is forearmed In ime of peace of peace prepare for war some whisky but get godd lJRK whisky send us your o ii Ourjostive guarantee goes with everyprder jrybn are not pleased goods when Isnt that fair enough T We reliable we will do Just what rtreiay Experience Vill give confidence In in Reference the Adams Express Lexington Remit via POffl6ney order or registered letterjto r TW HQ to sell a the express horror 1 J wlththe youieoel9 will icttirl are Bank Coat DISTIL N CO ie 0 L law- a get theism your money the texlngtonCmtyNatlonal Lexingtoniy J a Sin l H usij bi 2 tilt in 28 known as Deep Cut District in Garrard Cf unity School lion Is to he il ft wMu Si bug 10 ft clear in celling Foniidatlou of stone wrath crboardcd outside celled Inside veiling across one end and to first windows on each side suitable for blackboard with trough for chalk and eraser at C windows C feet with weights and sash locks house to be U feet hi the clear with hall In wide running across hail to have one outside door In front U feet Winches high and 3 feet wide school room to luc two doors C feet 10 incIses by 2 feet li inches opening into the hall steps to reach the door one brick flue 21 ft In heavy wire for windows x 1 1C Inches apart sills Id x 12 Inches joists inches V6 feet long sleepers 2 x 10 Inches 2 feet apart joists to exteurt at least onefoot over side rafters 2x4 Indies grooved oak flooring square roof on house to hut paint outside whitewith green trimmins and keys tor three doors good out shingle for all lumber nsed to be good slid son ml and firstclass bids to be sealed and contract let to lowest bidder All bills to be addressed to or left with J J Thompson one of the trustees be Completed nnd turned over to the trustees by July 1st 1903 and all bids to be in bv noon May 25th 19 t all work must be done In good manner For tUber apply to tho undersigned J J Thompson Prcnchersvllle KrS O Sweeney Ky livid 1 Audtrgon Ky Trustees Mrs L L Walker County 3t Lancaster Ky ft I bottom x iou front j feet thE cnd x If screenIng S x two cants Of lock I house to HI shy u NOTICE District 3 a 2 feet apart tongued and house 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 s s LEWIS Y LKAVELL j s RQHIXSOX President Vice Pre ORGANIZED I883 I The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON W O RIONHY Asst Cashr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention i DIRECTORS i Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson IS 3 S SS SS Sx 3 Sx SSK 3 s j s s 3 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Oooo SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier X Asst Cashr R T Einbry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird u THHANDSOMEST LINE OF MilLINER SLLIE D TLLZTS 0w i t i iJ J Walker T Arnold O O O O O O O O O O O d O OO O 0I493 g o 0o o 0 o J p Robinson 8 0 o 2O 04 Cashiers M c 5 J H GULLEY Full line of Fine Buggies McCreary Ky KIDNEY DISEASES are the most all dis UndertakingEmbalming fatalof eases FOLEYS c KIDNEY CURE Is I Guaranteed Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and 100 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it eminent KingsNew For and Price SlOO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it falls Trial Bottles free T M Haram METDoctor of Medicine of McKilliu VeterIn- aI Graduate of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery Dentistry al so canine practice Residence and of flee core 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVILLE KENTUCKY it 5 5r KODOL I KODOL I KODOL KODOL digestive organs KODOL KODOL digests what you eat cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles 1 accelerates the action of the gas tric glands and gives tone to tho relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain the heart a Is the wonderful remedy that is making so many sick people well I and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2M tInes the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared only by E C DeWITT CO CHICAGO To the School Children and friends of Garrard County 1 have enteeed the contest for the Free Trip to thr Worlds Fair and earnestly solicit the votes of my friends The ballots will be placed at Judge IlcmphilPs office under the direction of Judge Hughes Respectfully a17tf Amanda Anderson contained 4