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RECORDJfOtTltTEEKTJf LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 29 1903 fSii J u I 1 4fA 1 ritc 7 limo qy 4 nom yyy f a 1 a t i THE CENThALridn Ie For Quality Style Durability Price our buggies and road wagons take the lead 1 and hjrb Our Twoin One is a Beauty and you will like a Rex Buggy Our Harness are right up to the minute JiltHALDE Of Local Interest up your yards Whitewash your fences are scarce Wanted More hustlers The little Park Is beautiful Saturday Is Decoration Day A good circus is badly needed The banks will be closed Saturday The City Council will meet Monday evening Get a move on and put your in decent shape drunk in town Monday How is that for good order Fix up your lot at the Cemetery Mr Henry will look after it at a price T J Hatcher is collecting for The Record Dont make him come the second time A broken bit caused some delay in boring for water but work is in full blast again A few cents worth of lime and a little elbow graase will make a great change in the appearance of your prop erty The best negroes continue to flock to northern states Its almost im possible to find good help in this There are fewer loafing boys in Lancaster than for many years All seem to have decided to go to work This is good Communion services were held at the Presbyterian church Sunday conducted by the pastor Rev C M Chumbley The Garrard Marble Works whose ad appears in The Record is having a tremendous run of work They put up the best to be had Fishermen say the water has been too clear to do any good Several have been out but brought back nothing but the usual fishermans luck The Ladies Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church will have an exchange at the post oflice Saturday June 6th m292t The Dr Herring property advertis ed for sale elsewhere is the same land occupied by the United States Regu lars when stationed here older citi zens remembering the beautiful place with much pleasure i premises Nota reasonable I locality morning s Clean Farmhands Get It Today GET If RIGHT AWAY A COMPLETE Sofa Pillow and Embroidery Outfit worth 100 FOR 25 CENTS 1 handsomeTinted Sofa Pillow Including Back and specially written diagram lesson by a Japanese Expert Needle Worker 4 skeins of Richardson Grand Prize Grecian Floss suitable for working Pillow 1 pair good serviceable Embroidery Hoops Your Choice of Carnation Or Violet By a special arrangement with the manu facturer and with a view to giving lady patrons the benefit of this unusual offer we have a limited umber of these hand outfits on sale You dont want to this bargain of bargains so call at once I of Designs ose now miss lDGAN DRY 4t i t t I ourar a some N q M GOODS e y CO- y n 1Y Daves Telling the Several of his friends were here Monday looking up evidence to substantiate some statements Dave Logan is making to them regarding that cat show in the street fair They found his Lancaster friends would to everything Dave said so home contented The statement however that Dave applied job with the is untrue Splendid Investment desiring to Invest in one of the best bluegrass farms in Kentucky should read the advertisement of Fisher in this issue Part of this land lies in the town limits and the dwelling fronts on Richmond St The is one of the prettiest In Kentucky having all necessary abundant water and the prettiest location in town Read the advertisement Property In Lancas ter is constantly increasing in value and money placed in this land will bring good interest married la Danville Mr Clay Dunn and Miss Rozella Gul ley drove to Danville last week and were married at the Gilcher hotel by Judge Prewitt The wedding was a great surprise to the many friends of both parties The bride is a of Mr D Gulley and is an exceed ingly pretty and attractive young wo man The groom is a popular young man having friends who extend congratulations He is a nephew of County Attorney James I Hamilton County Sunday School The county Sunday School conven tion will convene at the Christian church this Thursday morning at 945 oclock The session will last all day Among those on the program are Dr E H Pearce Revs E A Fox and J E Wolford Miss Alice Hender son Revs F M Tinder and J M Bruce Mrs G M Patterson W I Williams Miss Knapp West Rev C S Young J N Denny The organization is grow ing in interest and accomplishing much good Poor Court Day A very small crowd attended court Monday and business was at a stand still The farmers told of much delay in work by reason of dry weather and said the wheat would be greatly dam aged by rust One gentleman told us that where corn had been properly planted he didnt think it had been much damaged though a good soak ing rain was sadly needed Those who came in attended to business quickly and by three oclock nearly body was out of town T ere was no disorder of any kind A butch er cattle sold at from 3 to SioJB some changed hands at 75 to SJO 15 to 25 a few sheep at 225 arid plug horses brought just any old price Accident to Bro Tinder The public school building at Car lisle burned Saturday morning The fire was a firce one gas blowing out an entire end of the building seriously injuring a number of citizens among them being Rev F M Tinder who is to take charge of the local Christian church first of next month A letter from Mr F B Henryof that city to Mr K F Postle says Bro Tinder is burn ed about the face and both hands are badly burned but we feel that he is not seriously injured We hope not and our prayers go up to God who doeth all things well that be may be spared to continue the noble work that he is so able to do for the Master He asked me to write and say thathe had confidencethat he would be able to be with you without any great to you all We certainly endure a great loss in giving Bro Tin der up to serve you as he has done us great and noble service while with us and will leave us without a cross with any member of our church or even a citizen of the town or community Feeling that he is going toaplace cau and will fully appreciate and wishing you the greatest success possible under his ministry I remain your friend and brother F B Henry 4 Suicide The citizens of our town were star tied and surprised to hear on Tuesday about 12 m that John W King of Boyle county recently of Garrard had committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence during the absence of his family Mr King was agentleman in every sense of the word a true friend honest in his dealings and respected by all who knew him He the a cent by his energies and had accumulated property at the time of his death owninga good farm of about 300 acres in Boyle and another farm of 160 acres In Garrard Mr King a widower his wife who was the daughter of Rev G W Thompson died many years leaving the of two little boys who the untimely death of a kind and benevolent father but they have sympathy of many friends will take pleasure to comfort to cheer under the very heavy which they have to endure Mr King was a member of Mt neral at his late resi dence In Boyle county 2 p m Wednes day byBey StalUng8 of the Fork Church and buiial in ihe Cenwiery atthis place o a I fora Anyone many every f ws that his was a prosperous farmer starting in mourn Hebron the II i7f C c it r I Truth Danville swear went show Herring home outbuildings daughter disappointment services world without own efforts considerable was ago care are left the who them sorrow E the BaptisGchurch andhla was preached took pianos about lour 1 yam f at of at a a a PROSPEROUS YEAR CLOSED The Lancaster Graded School Hold Appropriate Exercises Several Enjoyable Entertainments Commencement Ex ercise The most successful year of the Graded Schools came to a close with the commencement exercises at the Christian church Tuesday The first of the several enter tainments was the childrens musical the college chapel Friday week at which time a great many ofthe friends the pupils gathered to listen to some most delightful music The Monday the advanced music pupils gave a most enjoyable recital the same place On the 10th the during the term On the 20th a de lightful picnic was given by the entire school on the college camous to which many friends were invited Each took basket of dinner and a bounteous spread was enjoyed The exhibit of school work was wonderful and the visitors were greatly surprised at the class of work done by the pupils On Thursday a large number of people accepted theinvitation to Class Day exercises This was very indeed The following program was carried out Music Welcome address Tbeo L Hemphlll Poem Annie C Herndon Music History Willie Fox Logan Prophecy Katharine Mason Music Grumbler Katie Lee Denny Giftoriau Richard Earle Ward The baccalaurate sermon was at Presbyterian church Sunday evening by Dr Burris Jenkins of Lexington The church was crowded and all enjoyed the sermon very much Mr Jenkins is a speaker of ability a man of splendid education and fine address The graduation exercises were held in Christian church evening Thee house was beauti tully decorated for the occasion and under the brilliant electric lights a lovely appearance The whoso names appear below themselves in splendid style and their addresses showed careful thought and bright ideas The orchestra under the able of Mr W J Homer furnished the music Following is the program Invocation Rev C M Chumbley Music What and Where is the Beautiful t Theo L Hemphlll The Hope of Our Government A Katie Lee Denny Music Our Heritage Annie C Herndon Modern Intelligence in Action Richard Earle Vard Music Invisible Worlds Katharine Mason Yet There is Room on the Topmost Round Willie Fox Logan Music Presentation of Diplomas R W Miler Richmond Benediction Rev E H Pearce The school was never in better than at present As The Rec ord has always said it is one of the best institutions in the town and few people begrudge the tax they pay to maintain it JDeata ofMrs Blsbop Tuesday morning the spirit of of Lancasters oldest and most prominent people Mrs Artemissia M Bishop took its flight to a better and brighter world As stated in a recent issue of The Record Mrs Bishops has been in failing health for some time and for the past few weeks the end could be plainly seen by the loved ones who watched over her She was patient sufferer and bore her with that fortitude so Mrs Bishop was a woman of great energy and her warmheart edness will ever be remembered by her many friends She was 76 years of age member of the Christian church and no one followed more closely the teachings of the Bible She leaves two children Miss Fannie and Ed who have the deepest sympathy of the en tire community in this sad hour services were conducted by Dr E H Pearce Wednesday afternoon at the Lancaster Cemetery the burial taking place in the family lot there Novel Invention The Records good friend Mr W C Price of Danville told us ago that he bad been greatly annoyed by sleepv companions on fishing trips That is fellows would go with him who would become tired drop off in a nap and be would not only have to watch his cork but that of the sleeper as well This was not only difficult but annoying Mr Price to search for relief and after much study has solved the problem made of cedar are curv ed like the small boy makes a To this is connected a wire which runs into the cork At end of the wire is a which works on a piece of clock spring When a fish strikes the hook the whole goes under the windmill shaped arrangement turning by being dragged through the water This works the ratchet on the clock spring which makes a noise that be beard for twenty or thirty yards rangement beats the alarm on the reel a it teiBu hJfouder In fact it is toad enough to awaken theordinary sleeper thus serving ie bte purpose He has tried it on several persons with s casss iwt will not be sat ed until It Bocceflefally awakens Dr it H r Lancaster following proved enjoyable Tuesday presented graduates acquitted Lancaster leadership h very afflictions Funeral own began windmill bear t r and H 1Itf i 0 evening preached condition another characteristic other sometime Crosspieces ratchet arrangement can Sir ningtSanillter rk Slmptoa After an illness extending back months Mrs Elizabeth Simpson died at the home of her soninlaw J C Thompson on Danville streetMon day afternoon Mrs Simpson was in her 75th year and previous to her illness has enjoyed good health all her life She was a Miss Dunn her marriage and belonged to one of the largest families in the county She was a kind hearted Christian and as long as able to do so was a regular attendant at all the services held in her church She was a woman of great energy and possessed of many noble traits of character Three are left to mourn her loss Mrs J C Thompson Messrs U D and John Simpson all of this city and county She was a member of the Christian church and a faithful member the Aid Society and W C T U Fu neral servicies wereheld at the Chris tian church Wednesday morning at 1Q oclock conducted by Rev H C Garri son the burial taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery About Time It has been some months now since getrichquick swindle struck Lan caster and its about time some other nowyouseeitnowyoudont scheme was here Mark our prediction in less than a there will be the usual rush to get in on the ground floor and many of our people will put their money in to send out of the town where they never see nor hear tell of it again Lancaster is a great town in which to make money when you stop and think of the amount sent away in wild cat schemes every cent of which came off ofour people Put your money n some home enterprise where you know it will not instead of bowing and scraping to some glib tongned thief as has too often been done tryand help some home man If you want to get rid of your cash throw It to some man who will keep it in Lancaster Enough money has been sent away to pave the streets with gold and build business houses and residences forty stories high Its none of our business Well we think it is as sent out of the town hurts the poorer class just that much If yon want to help other localities pull up stakes and there make there If people would do half as much for Lancaster as they have done against we have the beet town in thestate word of this is gospel truth no one will deny sign is i at Stanford ftst JghU and wordf wars Iwve take flue amoag the atest Breni Jimp latlN s Mk bofs recent before woman Ladies Its certainly run awayand I fiI t several children month will every dollar locate your money some her would That every The evidently the over Several MIL u leaf ra Come in and let us dress you up so you will KEEP COOL See our We can show you a great line of hot weather Shirts nice line of Cool Underwear a beautiful line of thin socks for hotweath er See our straw hats 0 T Logan Tie Ole Price Clavier for HDt ath r Crash Sts ear The blind tigers if there are any in town are well under cover trewtlngljr It seems that the entire population Is very busy just at this time trying to make little clods out of big ones It is difficult dusty work The ground is baked as hard as a and it is probable there never were so many large bard clods to be seen in this part of the world before One man living in the suburbs says he planted his corn with a hatchet He did it by making little excavations in the earth with his axe dropping in then chopping up enough dirt to cover it For many days past loud detonations not unlike the made by the discharge of heavy artillery have been beard in a wester ly direction just beyond the city lim its It is learned that this is the work of butcher Tom Elkin who having plowed garden in the early spring when it was entirely too wet te now using dynamite to shatter the mon ster earth ledges that rear their cal lous uncouth forms at a spot where be wishes to set out some sweet plants Tile Law Require It Although the law has never been carried out yet the statutes require that the receipts and disbursements of all public monies be published in a newspaper In the county where such taxes are collected It all settlements with the sheriff be published as well as a detailed list of names to whom and for what it is so As stated above this has never been done in but a few of the counties in the state and never was done in Garrard save a list of claims allowed All electionjf directors of all corpor ations should be advertised in the newpapers and as this is seldom done any could up a legal racket with all of the corporations bHwnesa in the state The Press Association is having all laws codified a complete list of what the statutes require and propo sea to see that the tax payers and the public get a peep at the inside work ings of things and where their money goes Editor Lew Brown of the Bar rodsborg Democrat has been appoint ed a committee to do this work and will report at the meeting lnLexlBg ton Of course the will make something out of it but no will say that thetax payer hasnt the right to see where his money goes As stated abuve the custom has never been carried out not through any neglect of officiate but simply because the law never been generally served in the Balldin and I QP Msoeiitionir tekpfcoae cospa Bits te corjperatisfs are tersMMC to BMke tkes waKs M t Bry agricultural brickbat the cornand reports his potato do- Ing Kentucky 4 i requires tbat paid one kick slat these newspaper men man hat obi state fatall rep t dWJaw several metr Additional Personal Notes Rev Henry N Faulconer of Hills boro Ohio arrived Monday short visit to relatives Mrs Kennedy who has been visit ing her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson returned to Lexington Monday Mrs Hudson leaves this week for a visit to her mother Danville News Miss Allene Pearce is the guest of her father at Mrs B F Walters at Lancaster Miss Lilly Noel of Lancaster visited her sister Miss Sallie Noel in Danville Sunday Me Fox attended Lancaster Court MondayMr Miller of Richmond came down Tuesday evening and made the address to the graduating class of the Graded Schools Mr Miller is a good orator and fluent speaker holding the closest attention of his hearers His address was highly complimented Mr Miller is a typical Kentucky gentle man forcible and as true as steel to his friends who are legion Change at Stanford N The change in trains at Stanford went into effect Sunday The south bound gets there at 1235 noon and the northbound at 104 p m Instead of meeting at Junction City as they meet at Brodhead fora W warm hearted heretofore ti y JA BEAZLEY ICO FUNERAL OIRECTORSA- rIIrJII1ItI CnltyElllalllll 1 We have the most cosif Iste line of FCBNTTCBC awl To be found im tows Prices low Attorney At La for essb or kNUMd OB icr WB j t rfC PATs the RL t Iw t e ta DAVIDSON f a Life rp zpottiitii aWa 5 Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness until 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 i7 rlIfiiJ I I I Idr f I IJ 1m r tr r I F r yr- a i s IONT You i11 Mate a MistaKe a CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pat Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClati Matter Lancaster Ky May 29 1903 The Record is glad to see Its friend Owen McIntyre back on the Danville Advocate Mr McIntyre is a splen did newspaper man and can dress down an item to a queens taste A printing office in Michigan is opened and closed with prayer Thats quite different from the custom Down here printing offices are opened by some one with more money than brains and closed by the sheriff Hon R C Warren of Lincoln says he will be a candidate for democratic nomination for Congress next time We join with ninetenths of the popu lation of Garrard In wishing that Clever Dick could catch on to a nice easy berth Every body likes him The New York police are investiga ting Italian feuds The Mafia have outwitted the police and have terror ized some of the police and murder their enemies without compunction The officials and newspapers of New York are doubtless busy discussing the troubles in Kentucky to look out for lawlessness up there A Missouri court has decided that a pastor cannot recover arrears of sala ry from his congregation by suit but must depend on the good consciences of the members of his flock If the court will devise some ways and means whereby pastors can succeed in getting what they have justly earned that judge has his fortune made Two thirds of those who do contribute do so either as advertisement to the world or with a reluctance that is painful to behold After thirty years of constant effort and expenditure of nearly 8500000 scientists have succeeded in accurate the earth its through the equator 7926 miles This is certainly gratifying news In fact its hard to see how we have lived so long without knowing these figures If those fellows who have been so hard at work this question had given a hoe and told to find out how many licks it required to successfully raise a of potatoes they might have been of some benefit to mankind at the New York Zoo are being taught to eat with forks and drink from cups It the have as much trouble learning this as hu have in figuring out which the tools lying at his plate is for certain dishes they neyer accomplish At fash dialogs the of plate is like the Instruments on a dentists We would like to see some of those people tackle iota and greens with the kit ofa watchina I f 1 t elsewhere an m on Themonkeys manS kit of unto a Mail too finding diameter been hill animals o intended wit lovable bunch tools a one kers tools they use on their tables Once upon a time we were invited to stick our shins under a rich mans taj ble and the many tools at our plate so much resembled a dentists outfit that it took away our appetite About the biggest lie going the rounds is that a Milwaukee man has notified the pension office that he wants his pension stopped because he no longer needs it One of the most iniquitous laws ev er enacted by the Kentucky legisla ture was the of a bill prohib sting religious services being held in a school house remarks the Jessamine Journal The author of such a bill is worse than an infidel We do not be lieve in using a public school house for everything that comes along but in localities where there are no churches there is no reason why services should not be held there It is the duty of the to decide a matter of this kind and not a lot of gimbletheaded Charley Howard of the Hodgenville Herald knows what he is talking about Listen Every true Kentuck ian keenly deplores the condition of affairs in the feudstricken mountain counties of Kentucky and that Kentuckys first duty is to Kentucky a strong effort should be made to wipe out the bad state of in Breathitt and other counties Then assistance should be given to those barbarous States of New York Indiana Ohio and Pennsylvania where the people do not shoot for fear they will be shot at but where they send poison through the mails kill women and throw them in canals whip white women with barbed wire and throw bottles of vitrol in each others faces Poor people they afraid of a gun and they do their through the United States mail or on a very dark night If some fellow would invent a plan to kill enemies by wireless telephone it would sell like hot cakes in New York and especially Made Young Apia One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver and bowels Purely vegtable Never gripe Only 25c at R E McRob erts Drug Store Judge a mans true worth by what he has in his heart rather than by what he has in his pocket ThaXRay Recent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the XBays establish It as a fact that Catarrh of the Stomach is not a dl sease of itself but that it repeated attacks of Indigestion How Can I Cure My Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands It wiU cure you indigestion and dyspepsia and prevent or cure Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol digests what you the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie IJ EJrEllEJ paSsage trustees politicians affairs shoot- Ing 1 m results from of eatmakes 1 m religious recognizing are Pennsylvania Turner Stomach Cemetery WorkThose deairinc to erect in Spring should place their orders now and thug be ofprompt We can you any from a 6 Marker to A Handsome GraniteMonument Work and material claw Pat roiuxe ypurAome people saye agents and e f TIrle ut Thlfgamrd JnttJ Works i Hr1Aft TtlIICT i 1 cd 0 J ii j H 1 l memorials the sure iery furnish w first and t areTYlIflrOltD 1 S r 1UJOKKVK Mrs K Uilkcr of Louliville guests of relatives here Burton Stunp sold to Sunders Waldcn 31 slop cattla at 4t per ib- Mr C B Broaddus and family and Mr Morton Broaddus guests of Mrs John l avis Sunday Mrs W T Pherigo and daughter Miss Minnie of Nicholasville were over the last of the week Rev T W ERay of Nashville J L Ray of St Louis Mo are with their parents Dr and Mrs Mr Dave Ross and daughter Miss Sallie W T West and family W B Burton and several others from Lan caster attended the funeral of Miss Sallie B Bay A vast of deeply sympa thizing relatives and friends gathered at the church Saturday morning to pay the last sad tribute to Sallie B Ray who died Thursday eveningat 5 oclock Rev J E Wolford of Lancaster her funeral Oh how sad and unexpected death takes our loved ones from us She to whom tne world was full61 life and hope was taken away by deaths cold hand and forced to leave a kind and brokenhearted fath er mother two sisters and four The cords of love so fondly en twined around their hearts were bro ken In the midst of joy comes sor row and in sunshine clouds appear Verily In this community a has come and a dark cloud appeared when one so useful kind and loving has been removed She was helpful in all good works hospitable to all strangers in their church and a beau tiful worker in all her Christian Tis this hope that brings the light of hope into the darkened cham ber of death Tis true we shed tears of sorrow at deaths doings and well we may for thus Jesus did We wculd say to the family Do not grieve that she is gone lay your torn and bleeding hearts on Jesus bosom and remember The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away The sympathy for this well known family is universal They who are left behind have Gods many rich promises to comfort them Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from henceforth Yea saith the spirit that they may rest from theirlabors and their works do follow them The church Sunday school prayermeet ing and the community at large nave lost a friend and helper PAINT LICK Born to the wife of H Azbel a girlStrawberries are plentiful in this sectionJames Rucker of Middlesboro was here recently Dr S B Nichols of Bardstown was here this week Mr Joe Nevius spent Sunday with his mother in Stanford John W Smith sold a nice horse to Bud Broaddus for 115 Mrs Judis Chesnut of Brodhead is the guest of relatives here R L Jennings bought of Dr Nichols his property at this place for 800 Rucker Jennings are having coat of paint put on their store houseThe ladies of New Hope will have a strawberry supper at the Hall Tues day night for the benefit of their churchThe bank at this place has been considerably improved having been made larger new flxturesnewlypamt ed and papered Mr Jack Adams and daughters Cal lie and Sallie Mr Will Fish and wife Mrs Annie Adams Walker and Ollie Terrill spent Sunday in the country with Mrs Pattie Engleman We believe it would be dangerous for the Editor of The Record to come to Paint Lick as we chanced to hear a couple of our young men say that they would not take him to the bridge next time but would take him to Bald Hills and pitch him over Now these young men being nephews of the writer she would not like to see them get in trouble therefore she takes the liberty to warn the editor Mr family of Lances ter have moved here Born to the wife of Henry Ruble Jr on the 20th a fine boy Miss Florence Christopher and brother Irvine have returned from a visit to relatives In Lexington- A delightful family reunion held at the home of Mrs Sallie Preston Mrs Shanklin her son Alexander and grand daughter of Kansas City MM Sparks of Bushyille Ind Mrs Nave of Jessamine Mr Bishop and wife from near Wilmore and other relatives met and enjoyed the evening It had been fortytwo years since brother and sister had met Your neighbors children as a rule are always worse than your own as you it A Starling Test To save a life Dr T G Merrit of Mehbopnay Pa made a test resulting ib a wonderful cure He writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by uleera tibp stomach X had often found Electric excellent for troubles j I prescribed them The patientgained from the first and has not bad an at tackIn 14 Electric Bitters are poatlvely for Dyspep Indigestion a d Kidney troubles Tiytocm 1 J t Band Tenn Will Ray concourse brothers I Dr FM HEUNA VISTA and t1 t g an jJ Qcfl 5 1 e Mr and are and were and conducting sorrow duties S anew Vantees Elizabeth see of the Bitters acute stomach mouths guaranteed slat Oily 50- cat 8lC licBobertar Ia5 r yc yr rt Mrs 0 A llobitison entertained scve al friends at dinner Friday Charles Durham buu iit of James Dorton a good horse for 810- 0II r and Mrs H D Aldridge spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs J H at Bryantsville Misses Julia Parks and Mayme Daly of Danville were with friends here Saturday and Sunday Woods and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tarkington near Danville Misses Frankie and Bessie Doty of Paint Lick have been the guests of their cousin Dunn Mr Am Bourne and daughters and Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis services at the Fork Sunday and dined with Mr Kinnaird Bourne and wifeRev W M pastor of the Fork church will have a roll call and conversant meeting the first Saturday in June All members are earnestly requested to attend McCREARY A little girl was born to the wife of S Sebastian the 18h Several from this place attended the funeral of Miss Sallie B Ray at Buck eye last Saturday Mr and Mrs Dee Gulley and son Coleman were visitors of Herbert Gulley and wife Sunday- A little child of Mr and Mrs Whit Johnson was buried at Freedom Cem etery last Saturday afternoon Sunday School was reorganized at New Antioch last Sunday and will meet promptly at 3 oclock each Come one come all with large and small Mr and Mrs 0 J Moberleys little girl is very sick and in a pitiful condition Mr Wm McCIanahan of Nicholas county visited his nephew Mr David McClanaban last week Mr and Mrs 0 P Tudor of Hamil ton Ohio are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs T E Wheeler Our Sunday School is progressing nicely and bids fair to be a good school Praise the Lord Mrs Pate Parrish of Crab Orchard visitrd her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Watson last Saturday and Sun dayWe were indeed glad to see our good friend and brother Mr Tom Austin on the street in Lancaster last Mon day Uncle Enoch Creech of Danville has returned to his home after two weeks with his son Mr S W CreechThe little seven month old baby of Mr and Mrs Whit Johnson died and was buried in the family burying ground near here last Saturday We urge the member of Freedom church to attend Sunday school At the school house your presence is a great help its yonr be there to help us We are glad to learn that our belov ed pastor Rev J M Bruce has recov ered from his spell of sickness and will be able to fill his appointment at first Saturday and Sunday in June BRYANTS VILLE Robt Holtzclaw sold 6 hogs to Wm Coldiron for 5c J F Payne and W D Elmore went to Sunday- J B Hutchins bought a cow from TomHucherson for 22 Mrs J M Cress was visiting her lath er at Brodhead recently Mrs Mary Elmore and family have returned home to Jellico Frank Gross bought a sow and pigs from Bryant Ballard for 19 Walter Pettus bought two sows and pigs from Henry Cummins for 30 John Cress has shipped a load of hogs to Cincinnati from Brodhead Rev E J Terrill is attending the commencement at Wilmore this week Miss Ella Thompson is going to Georgetown to attend the commence mentThe ladies has put a beautiful car pet on the floor of the Methodist churchMr Holtzclaw is building a beau tiful cottage where the old house burned down Lewis Spoonamore has fever tho he is resting well and we hope he will be up Wm Richardson and wife were vis icing parents Mr Miller and wife Sunday Prof E E Bishop and wife who has been teaching for three years in the Graded School at Burgin has here The Wmsteiof the Body Every seven days the blood muscles and bones of a man of size loses two pounds of wornout tissue This waste cannot replenished and the health and strength with out perfect When the atom ach and digestive organs fail toper form their functions the strength lets down health and di sense sets np Kodol Cure enables the stomach and digestive or to digest wholesome food that eaten into the kind of blood that protects health 3rmind body idol Indigestion lL T JAR mmr MrJohn Miss Georgie Stallings a 3yearsold spend- Ing schoolplease Freedom Maywood be ft i r Durham attended Sunday NINA soon their James moved average kept up digestion Dyspepsia gang and assimilate all of the maybe the and strength and cures Dyspepsia and It is- an Ideal spring tonic Sold Pt sA Miss E Spangler visited homo folk Sunday Mr Newell McQuerry visited at W Paynes Sunday Rev wife visited at Ebb Cooks Sunday Mr Spainhower bought six yearlings of Harvey Payne for 70 Miss Myrtle Cormeny visited at Mr John Dudderars Sunday W H bought a hog from Jason Rosefor 5 50 per hundred Frank Gross bought a sow and pigs Bryant Ballard for 19 The protracted meeting at Lawson Chapel closed Sunday night Wm Campbell happened to the mis fortune of cutting his foot very badly a few days ago Miss Virgie Worrell Is at home from Nashville where she has been attend ing the business college A Fine Farm 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 ing 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 Lan caster 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 state 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 showing the premises to any one At any tine The place is well watered II C Herring Mrs Susan Fisher A M Bourne Auctioneer Get what you can honestly and trust to Providence to get the rest Foleys Honey and Tar is peculiarly adapted for asthma and hoarseness C C J E Stormes 1 m Regard things often will dwarf ambition Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children C C J E Stormes 1 m Confidences is not easily gained where exaggerated love of self is found to exist 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 No man is ever too bad to ladle out a little good advice GREATLY AtAJOIED Persistent Cough but Permanently Cured by Chamberlains Cough In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus 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 al ways be depended upon For sale by all druggists 1 m Marriage based on honest aflections will withstand theravages of time Remedy Mr H P Burbage a student at law in Greenville SC 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 stageof 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 One cannot control his enviroments but he may improve them We wish to call your attention to the fact that w e are prepared to give you the Cairiaie and we have ever done Yon are not kept out of the of Call and see f f Izhnk Murrell and pleasure in for petty amans 1 Bya Too Great altk medicine undoubtedly a 1 I permanently 1 m i REPAIRINOI t I veh g b f r toxic AJ Farr from C 4 Bat all use your our Works u s TTTT f Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material DRUG STORE d h 1 IM ROBERT Dont Be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than 51 tOol Thats as Clear as the White in a diggers Eye Even a fool knows enough to use a Piano Binder and a Planu Mower and Piano Twine a Hoodoo dontl Dont be a Hoodoo t I Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever jfto show r 4 Our experience ot over 20 years knowing what to buy how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember ybuy in car lots for cash You get the benefit V KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO ISuccessors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky O We want to sell you your PAIN JEST OURS IS THE JBST VERY BEST MADE i Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices are Right o Everything In TIle Paint Line Pristies Drug Store Dont Be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a fool Thats as Clear as the White in a Niggers Eye Even a fool knows enough to use a Piano Binder and a Piano and Piano Twine a Hoodoo dont Dont be a Hoodoo i 2 Over Two Hnndred Now In Stock I The VeryLatest Novelties the Vehicle Line Ix and OOOOOO 0 0 Et 0 o i 0o I I I i o Q I attempted i Ill T wet 1 4 4 x000000000 00000000000000000000000000 I 000000000000 0- o s 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 C 0 x040000 00000000000000000000000000000 All persons having claims against George Bright lately deceased are hereby notified to verify them accord ing to law and tile on or before Jane 2nd 1903 with me at Ky or wi th my attorney W I Will iams at Lancaster Ky Geo B Rob inson Executor of George Bright iriltft Notice Marcellus j o i 2 c V OUR STOCK IS NOW READY INSPECTION i VEHICLEs OF- t t l FOR- e YOUR- s Notice to AH persons having claims against the estate f properlyprovcnto me or my attorney J Ei Robinson on or before August 1st 1903 dec Hemp Small amount of good hemp seed for sale Jlll West of present SuttonAdmrof cultivates Creditors Sutton decd Wilt same t Seed i c-lrtlrs if l TCF TOFe Brown Cultivators NEW BALANCE Brovn Manley Cultivators HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS LAP DUSTERS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS K F JOSTLEis 1 J 1 r I KUREEES PAINT Gossip About People veN N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are Interested In Earnest Brown was here a few days this week Miss Gertrude Noel is the guest of Miss Jessie Doty Miss AllenePearce of Danville has been visiting here A II Rice of Nashville was here several days this week Prof II D Sullivan left Saturday for his home at Dayton O Miss Minnie Johnstons school at White Oak closed Friday Miss Christine Bradley left Monday for her home in Louisville Mrs Susan Price is visiting her son Mr W C Price of Danville Miss Lillie V West has returned from school at Nichoiasville Miss Annie Herndon entertained the benior class Friday evening lion Jesse Alverson represented the Stanford Journal here court day Mr W J Homer of Danville is here and has about twenty pianos to tune Charlie Walker of the L N was visiting his mother Mrs Dorcas Wall er George Harris the popular operator of Stanford was a visitor here Sun dayMiss Allie Anderson is visiting her sister Mrs W T Browning of Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor left for Martinsville Ind to spend several weeksCharlie Collier of Cincinnati i s visiting his parents Mr James Comer and wife Miss Bessie Johnston of Lebanon is the charming guest of Miss Nell JohnstonJ wife and baby of coIn county are spending a few days in this city Mrs Sam Johnston and children are in Louisville visiting her sister Mrs Kirk Tillett of Danville has been visiting his aunts Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Langdon Dread For Sale Also Peerless Iceland Freezer Best Ice Cream Freezer made Call and see and buy BALLOU I j W Lexington hrmp Elkin I H M fiI i C Lit r i j ra Louis Doty wife and son of were visitors of Mr Alex Doty and family Sunday Miss Barbara Tompson of Versailles has been the guest of Miss Mary Burn side Danville avenue Miss Ruth Williams of Campbells villa is visiting Mr W I Williams and wife Paulding street Miss Nary Gill is at home after a visit to her sisters Misses Martha and Helen Gill at Glendale ener of Charleston W Va is visiting her parents Mr and tITS N Miller Richmond avenue Mrs J B Paxton and little daughter Jean of Stanford have been visiting Mr A C Robinson and wife Mrs Henry Falconer and pretty baby Margaret of Hillsboro 0 are guests of the family of Mr W B Mason Miss Wasbburn the valuable kin dergartan teacher at college returned to her home In Louisville Saturday Mrs Juliet Rogers entertained a few friends Thursday evening in honor of Miss Christine Bradley of Louisville and wife of Hustonville and Mrs Bright of Stanford have been visiting the family of Mr J C Thompson Mrs Kennedy who has been spend ing several mouths with her daughter Banks Hudson left this week for her home in Lexington Mr Sacray of Indiana has been visi ting his sister Mrs Douglass Merritt He was accompanied home by his niece Miss Gladys Merritt Mrs Richard McClane of Nashville is visiting Mr and Mrs James Burn side It has been about twelve years since she visited Kentucky Mr Chumbley received tidings Tuesday morning of the death at Harlan My of Rev M B W Granger Principal of the Academy Burgin cor Ilarrodsburg Democrat Mr W L Doty of Lancaster has ac cepted the position as one of the operators at Richmond Register Miss Mary Miller is expected home from today Miss Lizzie Hudson a popular belle of that place will re turn with her Mr anp Mrs W T West have been visiting in Lexington They attended commencement exercises of Hamilton college Miss Ethel West their daugh ter being one of the graduates Miss Edna Wilmer of Indiana one of the teachers in the Presbyterian Academp at Harlan Ky is the guest of Rev and Mrs Chumbley at the Mc Kee Manse Miss Wilmer is expected to address the Sunday school Conven Lion Thursday afternoou on Sunday School Mission Work At 8 p m Miss Wlluicr will speak to the Ladles at the Prosbyterian church on her ex perience as teacher in Mission schools The ladies of all the churches are in to attend Local society was considerably Monday morning to learn that Mr Guy Davidson and Miss Bessie Batson Mr Will Embry and Miss Yantis had taken the early train for Cincinnati where they were to be married These couples have been lovers for some time and while the weddings were expected no one thought the young people would so completely steal the march on their friends Mrs Davidson was Miss Bes sie Batson youngest daughter of Mr RH Batson one of Lancasters lead ing merchants is an and lovable young lady who has many admirers and friends Mrs Embry is the daughter of Mr and Mrs T L Yan tis and is a very lovable sweet lady who has all the qualifications which go to make a noble helpmeet The grooms are among the best known young men in the county Mr David son is a son of Mr and Mrs Leander Davidson and Mr Embry a of Mr and Mrs Sam Embry two of Garrards most prominent and prosperous far mers Both young men are steady energetic and kind make up Garrards most substan tial citizens young men who are not afraid of work and who start In their life every Indication of mak ing u complete success in the business world In fact congratulations due all around In these weddings and The Racord extends its very best wish es to each of them for ai of loyed happiness health and pros i i Stanford Mrs El Mr Powell telegraph Bur ln Lancaster surprised Annie new prlt j Mrs vat d She attractive young son reliable the who will with are life final good d s SlUorubly Happy This Is the time of when the good housewife is most miserably hap py With ter dress tucked up an for business woe to the that in her way She has been talking about several weeks past and now it is on The courage with which she attacks dirt of every kind would do credit to the bravest warrior The husband and children know what it means and keep out of the way They also keep their mouths shut But there is an end for everything The week for house cleaning is past and when the old man wants to go to bed Saturday night he finds that the bed has been moved to another place he goes after his clean collar on Sunday morning be finds the has changed to another corner But after all is over we see what a blessed thing it is to have a good wife and how poor and we would be without the one we have Win chester Sentinel on Alcohol This wonderful piece of word paint ing has been frequently published but we print it at the request of readers who desire a complete copy Colonel Robert G Ingersoll in addressing a jury in a case which In solved the manufacture of alcohol made the following terrible of the demon ures alcohol I believe that from the time it issues from the coiled and poisonous worm in the distillery until it empties into the jaws of death and crime it demoralizes every body that touches It from its source out being prejudiced against the liquor crime All we have to do gentlemec is to think of the wrecks on either bank of the stream of the deaths of the suicides of the insanity of the jg norance of the destitution of the children lugging on the faded and withered breasts of the weeping and despairing mothers of wives asking for bread of the men of genius it has wrecked the men struggling with serpents produced by the dev ilish thing and when you think of the upon either bank I do not wonder alcohol Intemperance cuts down youth in its vigor manhood in its strength old age in its weakness Itbreaks the fathers heart bereaves the doting mother extinguishes natural affections erases conjugal love blots attachment blights parent al hopes brings down mourning age In sorrow to the grave It produces weakness not strength sickness not health death not life It makes wives widows children fiends and all of them paupers and beggars It reeds rheumatism invites cholera imports pestilence and embraces consumption It covers the land with idleness misery crime Ittills your almshouses and demands your asylums It engenders fosters quarrels and cherishes riots It crowds rte penitentiaries and furnishes victims for your scaf prop of the highwaymen and support of the midnight incendiary It coun tenances the liar respects the thief esteems the blasphemer It violates obligation reverences fraud and infamy It defames benevolence hates love scorns virtue and slanders innocence It invites the father to butcher the helpless offspring helps the husband to massacre his wife and the child to grind the suicidal axe It burns up men consumes women detests life curses God despises It suborns witnesses nurses per jury defiles the jury box and stains the judicial ermine It degrades the citizen debases the legislator ors the statesman disarms the patriot It brings shame not honor misery not happiness despair not hope not safety and with the manev olence of a fiend it calmly surveys its frightful desolation and havoc It poisons felicity kills peace ruins morals blights confidence slays reputations and wipes out national honor then curses the world and laughs at its ruin It does that and unfortunate housecleaning andwhen bureau Iugersoll several arraignment prejudice dishonor anybody lIt- tle imaginary asylums prejudiced out finial fathers controversies gambler honors Heaven distrust I yf year anaand one comes for miserable orphans dish unsatia d Y on fed more It murders the soul ItJp the sum of all villianies the father of all crimes the mother of all abomina dons the devils best friend and Gods worst enemy The Klad ofMeo TVe Need An exchange says The great want of the world is men men who are not for sale menwho honest sound from center to circumference true to the hearts core men who fear the Lord and covetousness men who wrong in friend or foe in as well as others men whose consciences are as steady as the needle to the pole men who will stand for the right if heavens totter and the earth reels men who will tell thetruth and look the world and the devil right in the eye men who neither brag nor run that neither swagger nor Ranch men who have courage without shouting to bring it men in whom the current of everlasting life runs still deep and strong men careful of Gods honor and careless of mans applause men too large for sectarianism and too strong for political cabals men who do not strive nor cry nor cause their voices to be heard in the streets but who will not tail nor be discouraged till judgment is set in the earth men who know their duty and do it men who mind their own business men who will not lie men who are not too lazy to work nor too proud to be poor men who are wing to eat what they have earned and wear what they have paid for With enough men of this kind the world would be a tar better happier place and want wretchedness unhappiness and all kinds of evils would decrease We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who has used Greens August Flower for the cure or Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that has not been we also mean their results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual nervous dyspepsia headaches despondent feelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for years in all civi lized countries and we wish to with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried August Flower try a 25 bottle first We have never known its If so something more is the matter with you The 25 cent size has just been introduced year Regular 75 cents Stormes Drug Store G G Green Woodbury N Aug 29 A womans love can become annoy ing as well as burdensome A Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After and all remedies failed Bucklins Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It con quers aches and kills pain 25c at RE McRoberts druggist I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year 1902 if not paid in a few days will be advertised as the law requires me to close my books E W Harris Treas 58tf Plant Cellery earley Cabbage first class Sweet Potatoes Tomatoes Pepper Shure to grow or come and get more ree Jos Faulconer tf Notice to Bondholders The following bonds of the Lancas ter Graded School will be redeemed July After that time interest will cease until paid Anyone hold in one or more of Nos 5 13 47 48 49 01 71 and 74 will please present such bond or bonds to E W Harris for redemption J B Kinnaird 4t W Herndon Prs Post Notice All persons especially and Fishermen are warned to keep off the premises upon which the Cave Spring is situated or they will be prosecuted for trespass This course has become imperative in order to my mother who is now very old against insults drunkenness riotous conduct Including pistol shooting- c May 21st 1903 29tf JNO W MILLER New line walking skirts at Jennings Lackeys Prices right Paint Lick 522tf condemn themselves men In Wanted curedand costiveness correspond faIlIng serious s i z e ee doctors 1 m Notice I 1903 protect are many ce ti Sec Picnic tp ens The Fox OUR AIM- We aim for your satisfaction We hit the mark by making satisfactory pictures Be cause we put into them the accuracy of aim the certainty of our knowledge we are sure you will be satisfied Not cheap a cheap price but pictures youll be pleased to own at a price youll be glad to pay Let us convince you Frames Mouldings En gravings Easels Etc We are in Studio pictures- at UNCIST REVERJFRIDlY It1e F u c I r o c j j 1 l our S Sidic c I Business and Bargains Prisbies Drug Store 3t Chicken feed all kinds cheap Potts Bros 22tt 81 per bushel for the best seed corn m27tf Potts Bros I For sale and seven polandchina pigs J C Hemphlll 515tf Buy your Paint at Frisbies Drug Store ma153t Tomato plants for sale Mrs J W Grant All kinds Conns Get your Soda Water at Prisbies Drugstore ml53t Bring to Frisbies ml53fc v New of Stationery at Frisbies Drug Stor m5 3t Buy your Japalac at Frisbles Drug Store all shades m153t Best line in town at Frisv m153t Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf I Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices 424tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday He is doing some splendid work 24tf We have in the Paint line Buy it here Frisbies m15 3t Japalack for painting floors and all wood work also paint at Thompsons a10 Fountain and Stylographlc pens and the best fountain pen Ink Thompson the Jeweler paint your carriage buggy c at Conns Our customers are well pleased with- t our fine Carriage painting and repair- f ing Romans mltf Farmers bring us your grain and a good turnout of the best flour meal on the market Potts Bros i put on by k of Save you Have your Rubber Conn ies and Carriages money We have just purchased one of the finest and best machines for putting on rubber tires in Central Kentucky W J Romans mltf You owe it family to have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work fc splendid 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 stock of Buggies Carriage get price on same Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at 100 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 lasville stage line and will give care ful attention to all business Leave orders at Elkins meat store I P Thompson ml5tf Cedar Posts For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price to SOcts They are strictly A JL W S Flab Paint Lick Ky a10tf We are prepared to do paper hang ing and painting in the best style and most reasonable prices See us placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillln Bros Examinations Examinations for colored teachers will be held at my office Fiiday and SaturdayMay 22 and 23 L L Walker Supt m8td For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Win Rlnckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf I seeded a flrafc class carriage in paintlBg give Delta carriage painting tA eason get anywhere anteed Cd 3tf We handle and have in stock the following nigh grade buggies surreys phaetons c B8ggyCo Kauffmn Curtte and field Aid away cheaper gta4 8 We have M W of e yo t resctiptiona DrugStore e btes DrugS R Haseldens everyth Drug- Store WantedTo Wor sh guaranteed See Conn before make contract for carriage painting r tire and all kind ot work 43tt W J Stand ti and see Co toyour a24 ti Call and look through large roand You wll aston prices for sue I work t Improved from 2octs at before m58tt had and can I Tb y t i r Jape at sow repairing at o gars e J sun proot Bug an n fished allow 43 White Teachers Mrs Boards have painter who large epenienc then yoU work carnq U iloyeru iall at prle tt tkip awn skit 4 s A Lessen IR nr llh Healthy kidneys filters the from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible Fo leys Kidney Cure makes sound kid nets and will postively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease Itstrenjcthens the whole system C C J E Stormes 1 m Every man likes sympathy but he doesnt like a man feeling for his pocketbook From a Cat Scratch on the arm to the worst sort of a burn sore or a boil DeWitts 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 A specific for blind bleeding itching and protrud ing piles Sold by F P Friable 1 m Pride makee some people ridciulous and prevents others becoming so Away back in the days of Solomon there were four rapid things A lion a greyhound a king and a billy goat The latter seems to have held its own the best A Farmer Siraigbteaed 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 it not satisfied after using it he need not pay a cent for itj says C P Rayder of Pattens Mills N Y A few days later he walked into the store as straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying give me another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house all the time for it cured me For sate by all druggists 1 m Impurities I u 1 Scar I 11 freely 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 The prices range from the cheap pers are being opened daily and are on display at our store and the of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting promptly by com petent men Paints and Window Glass We havethe best readymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices AEGibbons 306 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY expensive l i Everybody knows that to get the Best Groceries In Town they must call on Currey Davidson UUiUlUl and get prices on Hoosier Corn Planters Cultiva tors Binders Mowers Hay Rakes and Binder Twine TB WALKER ft SON Dont be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a fool Thats as Clear as in Niggers Eye Even a fool knows enough to use a PlanoJ Binderand a Piano Mower and Piano Twine a Hoodoo dont Dont be Hoodoo mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 9 E E I E ia a tj r j See Us I I I White A A AAA AA A A A A A A 1 ck 3 3 E 3 E LW IIIWWJIIWWWWWIiWWJUWWWJIIX the Geo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Cowl special ty TYpewriting at itMohablr Mies Office t L L Walkers of worka kC FAVORITE aiYEAfiII c eL r For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dtiiy Notes Hone Talk Crop Gossip Etc The drain of continual cropping is never noticed so particularly in an or chard until harvest time The trees put forth blossoms and the fruit that follows seems all right but when the fruit ripens too many culls are found When there is anything like a full crop of fruit it is only the choicest fruit put up in the most attractive form that brings paying prices The snaillike creatures so often found sticking to the nark of the tree may be destroyed by washing with a lime white wash into which some wood ashes have been stirred Hog receipts are running up to last year a better showing than has been made for some time The average is increasing Chicago forApril showing an average of 222 Ibs or the heaviest since November and 8 Ibs heavier than last year for the same month Quality is also improving and the receipts show but a small percent age of old sows These facts are tak en as indicating liberal supplies yet to come forward Receipts at eight markets for the week were 346000 against 329000 last week and 344000 apple weight AN OLD SOREII Is used by many a woman who dislikes it But what is she to do Her skin is marred by eruptions and it is only human nature to desire to hide such defects from the ordinary glance A much better thing to do is remove the cause of blood This is done perfectly and by the use of Dr Golden Medical Discovery Itpurifies the blood cleans ing it from poisonous which cause disease It pimples ec zema fetter boils sores and other eruptive diseases which are caused by the impure con dition of the blood When I commenced Golden Medical 1 felt so weak and bad could around writes Mrs Emma West of Windy Wirt Co W Va Face seemed to be with brown but before I had taken bottle of feel like a new person and have felt well ever husband has also taken the Golden Medical Discovery for stomach trouble and it did him more than anything he ever The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines He gains you lose Therefore accept no substitute for the Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent on receipt of to pay expense of mailing only Send 31 onecent stamps for the clothbound volume or only 21 stamps for the book in covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y POWDER eruptionsbad U1 cureS erysipelas one our medicine the spots were all I began to Took four bottles cc I stamps h a l and tried last year During the past fourteen months over 13000 mules have been shipped to eastern points from the town Cal Many ef these have been marketed in Kansas City and still more have been bought by miners for use in Colorado On account of these great drafts made for Eastern mules are becoming all too scarce in some portions of the Golden State A Kansas feeder recently sold the last of 8400 sheep which he has been feeding the past winter cost from 280 to 310 per 100 lbs were fed 30 cent corn and 3 hay made an average gain of 23 pounds began to market in Februarysold at from 5 to 6 25 per 100 pounds and cleared for feeder over 9000 The time to begin feeding a pig to get the most profit out of it is the day of its birth A little attention to feeding the pig given some 6 months ago or so previous would not be miss ing it so far If we wish to be suc cessful swine growers our first aim must be to keep the animals healthy Hard work will not injure horses es pecially if the right kind of care is given them Do not try to raise good crops from poor seed No one ever has no one will Tobacco plants are plentiful and in fairly good condition They will be large enough to transplant by the time the ground can be prepared ODont buy culls or 1 birds and then ofStock- ton shipment They to- go ever Will sour the sweetest disposition and transfonn the most even tempered nature into crossgrained and irritable If impatience or faultfinding are ever excusable it is when the body is tortured by an eating and painful sore It is truly discouraging to find after lov- eable months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever Every chronic sore no constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases remain in the system or itmay be that some long hidden Cancer has come to the surface and begun its work The blood must bepurified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh what part of the body it comes is an evidence of poisonperhaps rustler some previous skin its natural color It through the circulation that the acrid corroding are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it irritated and inflamed S S S will purify and invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or and the regains is other hurtful materials are washed out rich blood carried to the diseased parts new tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to have a and look the discharge ceases and the sore heals v isfresh 8erral yeas o y wife had M sore lea sad was treated by the tortphysicians but received nobenefit Oar drugrut advised her to try 8 8 8 which she ltd Fourteen bottles cured her and she has been well ever since J B XAXOXD S3 Canal tI a OohoeX Y rata S is the only blood purifier that is guaranteed entirely It builds up the blood and tones the general system as no other medicine does If you have a sore of any kind write us and get the advice of and SS vegetable killed physicians for which no charge made Book on Blood and Diseases free TK wirx JPKCiric co Atlanta c Dont be a Hoodoo is worse than a fool Thats as Clear the White in a Niggers Eye Even a fool knows enough to use a Piano Binder and a Plano Mower and Plano Twine a Hoodoo DDont be a Hoodoo Dont Be a Hoodoo Hoodoo is worse than a foolj fc ThAts as Clear as White Jin a Niggers Eye lE ei t3v blkiioiw ott tt ta Plano and a Piano itt md Plano ftfipodoo dont be a Hoodoo t is rt1J10 as fHt u At t t 88 e r r c OJ l Sea t fe r i f 3w Skins S 0 i don t s sty i the Binder l Power Vine out ref j s ri rY s 7i f show aKn fin r MiinpltVOf Snai SoV stuck withholding tlio price paidThos McKInnuy bought a span of mules at Winchester for 307 10- Au exchange says that in curtain cues alfalfa roots have been known to go searching after water to the depth of over fifty feet Mr Sam Kerr of Clark county sold a pair of mules recently to Steve Tug gle for 170 The exterior of tbe poultry house Is a matter of taste but Internally the comfort and wellbeing of the fowls must first consideration Mr Earnest Dunlap of Woodford county sold a few days ago a pair of threeyear old mare mules to Mr Thos F Dunlap for 350 Rye is doing well Oats are not promising Corn planting progressed sutisfactorily but the early planted fields are not centring up well some have been replanted Strawberries are beginning to ripen and will give a fair yield Blackber ries promise a good crop Apples are in good condition but peaches are al most a failure Grit grain and green stuff are the essentials to promote health Meat feeds force egg production Give plenty of water and the list is com pleteIrish potatoes are late but are in good condition Gardens are late and are advancing very slowly Hemp is about all sown Grass has made slow growth and is beginning to show need of rainIn southcentral and western portions of the State wheat is not do ing well it has turned yellow and in some localities is heading low In the north central and eastern sections it is more promising There is always a good market and ready sale for ducks dressed or un dressed Ducks are as easily raised as chickensand are worth about twice as much in the market Therefore there should be more ducks raised A pond is a great help but not absolute ly necessary for either ducks or geese but they must have plenty of water drinkAn and very instructive method of testing the germinating power of grain is to place water in a tumbler then lay a piece of veiling on top of the glass On this lav theseeds letting it sag down in the middle till it just touches the water Replenish water every day as it is taken up keeping veil properly adjusted By this method the germinating process and the subsequent growth of root and top can be observed for some time The degerming of corn that is re moving the yellow germ from the tip of each necessary in all ccrn for export because the germs when corn is in the hold of a vessel start a fermentation which spoils the whole cargo The product each year of this degerming is about 5000000 gallons of corn oil which has heretofore been used to adulterate linseed oil but now a process for clarifying it and remov ing its peculiar odor brings it into competition with olive and cotton seed oil Ex Here the Way It newspaper man is regaled with all kinds of experiences For instance here is a suscriber who is enthusiastic over the paper until he falls in year or so and then some fine morn Ing you receive a notice thatbe dosent desire the paper any longer says an exchange He forgets to up however and the next time your at tention is attracted to him you find a little puff in the columns of a stating that Mr So and So has remitted for the Blabkety Blank for three months and finds he cant do without it Hes merely baiting the other fellow for three years on credit and then maybe he wil come back to you again with a quarter for three months more thinking you have forgotten his old Is it any wonder that most editors believe in a future punish ment This is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure and treat ment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years you will be thankful your attention to Boschees GermanSyrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap ind good for light colds perhaps but Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially f o Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store Aug 29 oThe man who wouldnt try to kiss a pretty girl in the dark wouldnt now enough to it was an ac cident A Little Early Klier and then at cure constipation biliousness liver troubles Dewitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills that cureJay arousing the secretions moving the bowels gently yet effectually and such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and that the rt the trouble is entirely tbeir use is continued for a few days will be noreturn of the complaint Sold by PltFrlsbie 1m d oU lethe kernelis Goe- The arrears- a square contemporary subscription perhaps 11 CautlonZ wecalled bedtime are moved It t t art 9 Ltj t f Hem r account severe mornings pretend 1 now and giving lives cause and there r z t r OS BO U RISl El M AC H El R V- Oulv Machines not made by thcTrust I i t r t LIB BINDERS I HEMP REAPERSAsk any of the following what they think of the Osbourne machines PM F Arbuckle Jas Clarke Milt Ward T B Walker Tom Moore J M Saunders Jno Donuohue J A Hayden J A Burk G T Hig ginbotham F Parks Jno M Parks Sold by R M WEST Lancaster Ky Dont Be a Hoodoo A Hoodoo is worse than a fool Thats as Clear as the White in a Niggers Eye Even a fool knows enough to use a Piano Binder and a Piano Mower and Plano Twine a Hoodoo dont Dont be a Hoodoo V Too Frequrmly the Cane Yes said the old man addressing his young visitor I am proud of my girls and would like to see them com fortably married and as I have made a little money they shall not go to their husbands penniless Theres Mary shes twentyfive years old and a real good girl I shall give her 5000 when she marries Then comes Bet who wont see thirtyfi veagain ana I shall give her 10000 and the man who takes Eliza who is forty will have 15000 with her The young man reflected a moment or so and then in quired You havent one about fifty have Mystic Tie There is a time to keep silent and a time to speak but the generally manages to get the dates mixed A Sure It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not alto true New Discov ery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thous ands can testify to that Mrs C D of Shepardtown W Va says I had a severe case of and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bot tle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Whooping Cough Grip and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by R E McBoberts druggist Trial bottles free Regu tar sizes 50c 100 1 m youThe embryostates- man Thin ether Dr Kings Van Ietre Bronchitis N Pneumonia R KINNAIRD INSURANCE EepresentiniFoltoinsCoipiiies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Plienix of lirookijn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We win call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent L ncaster Kenucky Aetna Lire Ins Go gf HartfordGollF 1 Dont Violate the Law And dont encourage the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who right to sell 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 either Rye or Bourbon Whltkey nicely packed In plain box tyro quarts for 20C or four quarts for 3 GO and we will pay all express charge It will just 3 cents to send us either or two dollars and 5 cents to send dollar yiapoitofflee money order thus you get a quart of old Whisky absolutely pure forJnst the price pay for a bad compound called whisky which is dangerous to health And If yon buy four quarts get It at 73 cents a quart or we will send gallon of whisky guaranteed absoutelvpure nicely packed in plain boi for 200 two gallons for 390 three gallons for 375 and the express charges ought to hone whisky In house doctor willtell you that whi the best and least harmful stimulant that yon can use and Is better than drugs Think of the hor ror of sudden attack of cramps colic or neuralgia in the dead hours of night and no doctor nea no whiskey In the house what would a ounces of whisky be worth to yon bnsncb an occasion Forewarned Is In time of peace for war get some whisky but get good send us your order to Our postive guarantee with every order If yon are riot pleased with the goods when yon receive them we will cheerfully return your money Isnt that fair enough T reliable we do just what Experience will giro Toil confidence Reference the Lexington City National Bank or the Express Lexington via money order or registered letter to I for one Is forearmed Wear Adams o G F- c G rJVif 0 1 a have- no pear old 1Oe j cost yon eta three ton yenr same you poor poll yon one et pear old Ton your pour kp toothache few of peeve prepare PURE gees will we say inns CoaL emit Th eYingtonyzx z- a rw i S t zx NOTICE School H2to B tilt in District 28 known as Deep Cut District ill Garrard Ctuntv uliool Iiouae I to be 21 ft wide SG ft long 10 ft uleur in ceiling Foundation of stone wenth crboarded outside celled inside telling across ono end nod to first windows ou each side suitable for blackboard with trough for chalk and ut bottom G windows wlh weights and sash rocks house to be 31 feet long In tho clear with hall in trout 5 feet wide running across the end hull to have one outside door iu front G fort 10 inches high and S feet wide school room to have two doors G feet 10 lathes by 2 feet II inches opening into the hall steps to reach the door one brick flue 21 ft xlCln wire screening for wlndovn studding j x 4 1C inches apart sills 10 x 12 lathes joists 2x8 inches fi feet long sleepers 2 x 10 inches 2 feet apart joists to ut least one foot over side rafters inches 2 feet apart tongued nod grooved oak Mooring square root on house house to Lave two coats of paint outside white with green trimmlus and keys for three doors good oak shingles tar roof lumber used to be good and Iud bids to bu sealed and contract let to lowest bidder All bids to be addressed to or left with J J Thompson one of the trustees house to lie May 2uth Ilk all work must be done in manner Fur father Information apply to the undersigned KySDavid D KyTrustees Sirs L L Walker County Supertendant 3t Ky b I z G feet I l 2 xJ first class byJuly fit eraser 3 he vy CStIntt svorkman llku We have just returned from the East with Ever Shown in this Section of Kentucky Great care was given to securing the VERY LATEST CREATIONS and it is with the greatest pleasure we invite you to see them SALLIE D TILLET 3 S e3 SS f LEWIS Y President I ORGANIZED 1883 J S ROHIXSON Vice Pre The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIGNEV Asst Cashr C D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell IIudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DESXY President JOHX E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY 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 THEHANDSOMEST LINE OF MiITiij c I J S Robinson B F 0 go o 0 Q 0- o g o 2 0- o 2 O i G iOC rPrC F G JC XXXXiO C G 0 i LE1 ELL a i f t t OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOO JO00000- I 0493 0o 0 0 a 0 0 4 3 J H GULLEY Full line of Fine Buggies McCreary Ky KIDNEY DISEASES are the most all CniCVO KIDNEY CURE Is I u Buaranteid Remed- yor 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 Dr New Discovery A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it folio Trial Bottles free T M UnramMnir ry Medicine Grad ante of McKillip Veterinary College of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al so canine practice Residence and cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVILLE KENTUCKY UndertakingEmbalming fatalof diseases eminent For trice ggltt Dud i Doctorof Veterna office t s HY9II1PTtU 5oeSltlo Gw rilr Dan A Dr ggx of Glascuw Ky sivs About tw years ago I Marl so badly that I could hardly sleep I purchased a 25c bottle of Paracamph and made not over one dozen applica tions and was entirely cured I can highly recommend Iaracamph for all eruptions of the skin and would not be without it in my home Paracamph relieves instantly and cures Sore Muscles Musclar Itheuma tism Neuralgia Colds in the Head and Chest Nasal Catarrh Pains in the Shoulders nruiscs Burns and Cuts Swellings and Inllamatiuns Keeps the skin soft smooth pliable and in a healhy condition being a perfect Anticeptic All druggists ore authorized to guar antee Paracamph to give satisfaction when used as directed Sold only in Z c 50c 100 bottles at all good druggists t f It is only on very rare occasions that a political Moses gets safely out of the wilderness net1lrl1alJ Lare Eczema Backand u a i C y KODOL digests what you eat KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach KODOL cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles KODOL accelerates action of the gas tric glands and gives tone to tho digestive organs 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 KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2 tines the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared only by E C DeWITT CO CHICAGO To the School Children and friends of Garrard have enteced the contest fur the Free Trip to flit Worlds Fair and the votes of my friends The ballots will be placed at Judge ITemphills oflice under the direction of Judge Hughes Respectfully a17tf Amanda Anderson the contained CountyI earnestly solicit t i Z 1