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FEE CENTRALKY FRIDAY 5 1903 I 11 l i f RECD J f 70UnTEENTJC JUNE NU1IUIJJJO t L I r ii Ir LANCASTER I For Quality Style Durability and Price our buggies and road wagons take the lead Our Twoin One is a Beauty and you will like a Rex Buggy Our Harness are right up to the minute J n H A S Ln1jY 0f Local Interest Go to church The Chutes dry Put a tax on idlers 13 weep your sidewalls Small pox at Hubble Prospects a good watermel on crop The rains were glorious and did a world of good Coons at the depot are still a Stop it The rains have made truck grow as rapidly as Jacks bean stalk A number of could find ready renters Invest some cap ital at home gentlemen Massage Shampoon pody Mrs M A Harris also making hair braids and rates Shop in the Stormes Building over Potts Brojotf Several new pavements are being put down on depot street This is a step in the right direction Now make those people elsewhere about town do likewise Dont bake over a hot stove Order your breads etc from Zimmers They have in the eating line and the restaurant is one of the best instutions in the town Not many went on the Cincinnati excursion Sunday the rain coming down in torrents about train time These excursions will run every other Sunday Fare SI 50 for the Court nay Visitors Among those who attended county court at Richmond Monday were R L Ellcin Thos Anderson W B Bur ton D G Ross Am Bourne and Robt Powell They report a small crowd and business moderate Supper at Stony Toliit There will be a box supper at Stony Point school house Saturday night June Cth for the benefit of Fairview church All friends of the church are cordially invited to be present the la dies with boxes of supper and the gen tlemen prepared to buy Only a Matter of Time The practice of putting high life on horses and dogs has become quite a fad lately This causes much fun but its only a matter of a very short time when the wrong mansanimal is treat ed to a dose and some fellow will wish he hadnt You know there are some curious people in the world and a few who ba k up what they think finefor new cottages I everything round- trip nuisance Man icureChir A COMPLETE i FOR 25 CENTS 1 handsome Tinted 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 of good serviceable Embroidery Hoops Your Choice of DesignsRose Carnation Or Violet By a special arrangement with the facturer and with a view to giving our lady patrons the benefit of this unusual offer we now have a limited number of these outfits on sale You dont want to miss this bargain of bargains so callatonce I Get It Today GBT IT RIGHT AWAY Sofa Pillow and Embroidery Outfit 100 manu s handsome r h s Jv LOGAN DRY GOODS CO1- y y P P Jf 1 r Forthe next three weeks the editor will be away from the ollice on Mon days Wednesdays and Fridays of each week but as we have the most satis factory help we had busi ness will run along as usual and you get anything in the printing line you want Kxclianse The Ladies Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church will have an exchange at the Gaines Hotel next Saturday afternoon beginning at two oclock Ice cream and cake will be served and dressed chickens cakes etc will be on Nand for sale cheap Everybody invited It Property Withdrawn Quite a number of people among them several capitalists gathered on the Fisher and Herring premises Tuesday afternoon the day for the sale of that excellent farm Bidding was lively for a while but the farm was withdrawn after 71 was bid per acre Many who know the place say that it is worth 80 per acre The crushed rock is proving a failure every day The machine crushes it all to pieces and several heavy wagons finish the job The re sult is a mud hole in wet weather and a cloud of dust in dry The old time hand broken rock didnt do this so not return to the old way Take up some of the workhouse gang and put them astride the rock pile For Another Term On page four will be found Prof Mannix report 01 the Graded Schools for the term just closed It is reading and we print it in full The trustees have employed Professor Mannix for another year much to the delight of the patrons The school has done great good under his the discipline being excep tionally fine All the other teachers will remain next year except Miss Knapp West and Prof Sullivan who did not apply for the places 2 e 8i iiper Change Danville Advcate Mr Samuel W Menefee has purchased a half interest in Mr Owen Mclntyres lease on the Kentucky Advocate and assumed charge Monday morning He has had several years experience in a light way in the newspaper field and is a thoroughly capable business man and hustler with few equals It was nec essary for Mr McIntyre to take in a partner on account of the rapid growth of the Kentucky Farmer which now requires the entire time of one man The Farmer now goes into the home of every farmer in Boyle Lincoln Garrard and Mer cer counties and to accomplish such a record testifies to the popularity of the paper in unspeakable terms Lovely Selection Time Richmond Register mentions the appointmentas follows The Rich mond Lodge of Elks has formally chos en Miss Carlisle Walker to represent No 581 as sponsor in the coming Elk State Reunion Miss Walker has been notified of her selection and author ized to select her own maids of honor The choice of the lodge is a good one indeed Msss Walker is a daughter of Col J Stone Walker one of the and most accomplished belles and in qualified to reflect credit on the lodge she has been invi ted to represent A large and body of Elks will accompany her to Lexington and assist in up holding the reputation of B P O E 581 Representative Should Hare Gone The Commercial Convention held in Louisville this ueik was of veiy great importance to the business in terests of the state The business men of Louisville are made exten sine preparations for the of the delegates an interesting program having been arranged and reduced rates obtained from the rail roads The city of Louisville is doing her part toward developing the states resources and if the people out in the state would do onethird as much Kentucky would soon get out of her commercial snails pace Will Not Former Governor W O Bradley will not allow his name to be presented for at the Republican State con vention in July For some time there have been persistent rumors that Gov Bradley would be a candidate for the nomination and that his friends would attempt to stampede the convention for him but the following statement from him puts an end to such talk For months partial and zealous friends throughout the State have been urging that my name should be presented for Governor at the July convention In every instance I have most positively declined to allow it and state now as heretofore that un der no circumstances will it be done I have recently here to prae ticelaw and this being true could not for a moment think of becoming a candidate for any office Persistent and arduous political services for a of a century should certainly excuse from tionI am most profoundly grateful to those have shown prefer ence and Subscribe THE RECORD I apal t A Failure why practically every way a cr have ever can set greater interesting management handsomest enthusiastic entertainment Iran governor located third one who heir confidence for z A THRIVING CITY Winchester the IJeniitlful Capital of Clarke County An UpToThc Minute Prosperous Town It has been necessary for the editor of The Record to undergo treatment by a specialist and spend sever al days in the city of Win chester Although we have passed through many times yet we had not expected to find a city of nearly eight thousand people and one of so much push and enterprise The neat ly kept tore houses tasty dwellings and beautifully kept quick ly make the impression upon a stran ger that the occupants are thrifty welltodo hustlers The show are kept tastily dressed free from the cobwebs and shopworn goods top often paraded for view in Ken tucky towns A line of electric cars affords splendid transportation to the trains and about the city A sure sign of the prosperity of the city is the many new buildings being put hand the sound of saw and hammer is heard and we were told that every mechanic and laborer in the city had all tho work he could do There is no mushroom boom about the town but a steady substantial growth She large territory to draw from and the building of the L E railroad has brought in trade which used to go to other towns Sitting in front of the Reese House Saturday afternoon we had a fine chance to size up the people as most of the male population was en joying the holiday and the good as usual on Saturday afternoons were taking in the shops We have never seen a lot of prettier girlshand somer women or better looking men as a rule in any town In most towns one who has to kill a little time about a hotel must sit and listen to a lot of town loafers dressed in 250 suits who show by their dress that they toil not do they spin Not so in Winchester The men are all well dressed and have the air of and gentlemanly instincts which is pleasantly noticeable The town has a splendid water works system but the supply is not at all We were told the supply comes from surface water and gives out ev ery year There is a strong we are told that the pipe line would be extended to the river and to a man up a tree it looks like folly to put off doing this for a town of Winchesters size and enterprise a sufficient water supply would soon bring in enough factories to more than justify the outlay Landlord Boswell of the Reese louse gives personal attention to the running of the hotel and certainly knows how to manage as it is one of the best in the state We called on our old friends Messrs Biehn Dono van at the Democrat oflicc and are under many obligations for some nev ertobeforgotten favors They have one of the best equipped plants in the state and as they look personally af ter every piece of work turned out they give their customers nothing but the very best printing to be had The Democrat has been among our exchanges the eight years we have been wielding the quill and readers of The Record are about as well with it as we are for the reason that our scissors are applied to the Democrat almost every week Thinking that by so doing we may put some of our readers on to a way to obtain relief and not to tell we wish to say a word in a new manner of treatment for rheumatism insomnia weakness and many other troubles which medicine frequently fails to cure About twelve years ago we had a severe case of fever Being just at that age where a man knows moe than at any other period of his life a smart Alex we got out too soon suffered a relapse and came near passing in our checks the fever settling in our leg After years of intense suffering the left apparently Some weeks ago by over work and exertion it re turned and we could scarcely walk the veins and leaders being so tightly swollen and drawn We were advised to try the new treatment osteopo thy and went to Winchester to see Dr Stubblcfield lIe is an expert has been in Winchester for nearly two years and we found him not only thoroughly competent but a splendid Christian gentleman Some doctors laugh at this treatment and say theres nothing in it but they do so from the simple reason that they dont know about it The treatment has greatly helped the writer and we know of others who have fared as well What more do you want The is not expensive it is very con venient to go to Winchester and we most cheerfully recommend him those needing treatment as reliable competent and in every fitted the work he is doing The bunSentinel is located in one of the best places in the world a church The church mice so often spoken of as being so will surely starve now that a newspaper is located in the building The house makes a splendid office and its safe to say the roof never sheltered people who do more for their fellowmen money nnd price than the newspaper men L L It Kinnaird and MD at Paint Lick on bust ness Wednesday Bring Job to The Record there front yards hasa additional women nel timer refinement satisfactory probability favorite acquainted regard- to anything treatment to thoroughly way 0 f1 n 1 r beautiful windows up- On every C troubles typhoid for poor without without Judge Hughes were your work t Tr t i 2 J t j 3 Como in and let us dress you so you will 2 I I i See our h for i i can show you a great line of hot weather Shirts nice line of Cool I Underwear a beautiful line of thin socks for hot weath er See our straw hats i TLogan i TIle One Price Clothier 0 it af 1 f 7 Wt t t TSIT f OOOOOGIiOO OOOC OOO OrA O JOGOOC 0000000000000 0 000 0 O- O o 0 o- e u1 0 0 KEEP COOL 0 0 p o 01- l I Slits 0 0HotVleatlier wear r 0o We 0 0 Q 0 o 0- o o O 4 0o H IL O 0- o0 Its 0 0 0 00 V00000000 0000000000 00000000000000C O OCf0000000 A Good Move The Burley Tobacco Growers Asso ciation company which has organized with an authorized 5000000 and which has been approved by the leading tobacco men in the state had a represenative here court day A lo cal organization was effected with Wade Walker President and Sam J Cochran Secretary Quite a number of our farmers agreed to sell thcircrops to that company as the prices agreed upon are much higher than those re ceived heretofore They will receive half as much more and prices will range from 5 cents to iS cents The object is to free the farmers from the low prices paid by the Tobacco Trust and Combine and they will succeed Women ailHSlonary Conference The Annual District Conference of Womens Missionary Societies of the Methodist church will meet in the Memorial Methodist church Of Wednesday Thursday June lo and 11 Representation of the includes counties ot Madison Jessamine Mercer Boyle Pulaski Lincoln and Garrard Cordial is extended to membership of Societies in Sister churchos of Lan caster and Garrard to attend the sessionsThe subjects from a programme Birds Eye View of the W A M Work and how it is Supported Mrs Dickey Our Talents Gods Agents Miss Hobbs The United States as a Mission Field Best use of our Literature Mrs Overstreet How to increase Interest and Mem bership it Auxiliaries Mrs Lit sey Our School Miss Rupley Young Peoples place in the Home Missionary Society Mrs Armstrong Narrow Escape What might have been a tragedy was averted by the presence of mind of Mr Tom Scott last Monday night while he and his sister Mrs C C Glass on their way to the Institute to hear the Chicago Glee Club Mr Scott was driving and as they reached the gate going into the Fitch farm the other side of Hanly the horse shied and drew the buggy over a steep em bankment upsetting the As the buggy turned over Mr Scott jump ed for the horses head and when he turned he discovered his sister pinned between the buggy top and the picket fence could go to her rescue without leaving the horse which he knew would be perilous Although painfully injured with a sprained which will keep crutches for several weeks Glass managed to extricate herself put over the of the buggy was then and Mrs Glass taken heme where physicians attended her I capitalof r partial Dr Pearce vehicle ankle MfR e t 1 0 Lancaster District invitation our were but not hereon and crawl top vehicle Nicholasv111e 3 Ills fire at Bourne The large barn belonging to Thos House at Bourne this county was destroyed Wednesday night There were six head of good mules in the building together with Mrllouse1 entire crop of 100 barrels of corn and other provender which went up in the lanes lIe carried no insurance and the loss falls heavily upon him We understand there is some thought that the lire is the work of an but as Mr House has no ene mies that anybody ever heard of this theory doesnt look plausible Ills many friends sympathize with him in his loss A Stitch In Time Already thus ctrly in the season ap pears the all too common item in the local papers that farmer soanaso had one or more steers killed by in the pasture near the wire fence says the Danville Advocate This loss may be prevented by simply grounding the wires in the fence each eighty rods or so It can be done in this manner Get a fiveeighths iron rod and drive it into the ground to a depth of three or four feet pull it out and then take a strand of heavy fences wire and put it down in the holes so made and tamp it down Leave it above ground so that it can be tightly wrapped around each strand of wire in the fence A smart hand could easily fix all the fences on a large farm in a day in the manner indicated and it will pay to do it lleH Our Friend One of The Records mosb cherished friends is Rev Ilolton 0 Frank of this city but now residing in Lexington When he lived here he was a small urchin with knee pants one gallus and a sore toe and to see him now in perfect manhood makes one wonder how rapidly time tIles Our noble young friend has spent his life well putting in every moment a t hard study Although in years h e ranks among the best preachers in the state His friends in Lancaster who by the way are legions at his marked suc cess Many a for his success has been offered by his loyal friends in Lancaster love him not only on his own account but for the love they had for his father In remitting for The Record last week he said In closed you will find a check for the good old home pa p e r that has stood by my father In so many hard fights against evils that threatened the people that beloved and among whom he always wished to die He did not have a warmer friend in Lan caster your father there has been many changes in Lancaster since 1 amongjou yet I am al ways glad to know what Is going on in old Lancaster somusthaye bylire incendiary young prayer Ehe r lightning formerly who than While lived Record y Additional Personal Notes Stanford Journal Miss Angie Kin naird of Lancaster spent Saturday with Miss Clara Cooper Miss Patti lin Ballou of Lancaster is the guest of her grand parents Eld and Mrs Ballon Dr and Mrs Burdett Ramsey of Garrard are with their daughter Mrs John Bright Jr Mr and Mrs L L Walker of Lancaster were here yesterday returning from a visit to Dar and Mrs George D Robin son of the West End PKEACHERSVILLE Levy Sowder has gone to Bea Lick this week J M Cress bought 18 hogs in Rock castle for 5 cts per lb B D Holtzclaw sold a saddle mare to J B Anderson for Jesse D Wearen of Stanford was here last week on business- J C Fox bought five 200 Ib hogs from J H Rigsby for 5 cent per lb S Morgan received some lambs from D M Anderson which averaged fOG per head J L Hutchins and wife are attend ing the District Conference at Stan ford this week R Kinnaird and E W Morrow of Lancaster were here last week Fire Insurance Misses Sallie and Osie Dudderar Susie Merriman and Myrtle Corminy of Flatwoods attended Childrens Day here Sunday Joseph 100 writing I JABEAZLEYftCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial art Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of and iiTb lie found in the town Prices low t tr r t OAILPf8 f oic X tr I FURNITURE r at 7 j DONT 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 I Romans Elmore I lI1 i ill Ij m You will Mate a Mistake m o I fJ n- r CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClan Mail Hatter Lancaster Ky June 5 1903 The Baltimore Ohio railroad com pany has inaugurated a movement which should be put in practice and enforced all over the country Notice has been sent out from headquarters that intoxicated persons are not to be allowed on the trains and the must see that they do not board the cars That this will meet with the hearty approval of a suffering pub lic no one doubts Here in Kentucky it is seldom indeed that you can make a journey without the car being enter ed and the passengers annoyed the women frightened and be compelled to listen to a lot of disgusting by some drunken tough But as is usually the case some jackleg lawyers would say such a rule could not be enforced and it the train men should put off some detestable sot some little 2x4 lawyer would induce him to sue the railroad and a jury of backwoods snakehunters give a big judgment against the railroad The truth of the matter is the railroad companies are entitled to the police protection of every officer in the state but do they get it No not on your life Instead the railroad companies catch the very devil every time they go into a court house and if the em ployees should put some tough off the trains suit would be immediately brought and a big verdict promptly ly given against the company for in jury to one of our free citizens egad sah Railroads in Kentucky stand about as much show as a snow ball in perdition and they readily recognize the fact that they must permit their trains to be invaded by drunken toughs and grin and bear it What Kentucky needs is more railroads and fewer jackleg lawyers sham courts and politicians Every year when preparations for the meeting of the press gang are made some of the elder brethren of the quill begin to wish for some of the old guard to be on hand for an old time meeting etc We know that for the past three years special Invitations have been sent to the old guard to the older members of the craft and in fact the younger ones have gone out in the highways and byways and urged them to come but only a few of those who kick up the racket would come All that rot makes us tired If some of those fellows could hear discussions by Bob Brown Harry Somers Tom Watkins Green Kellar Jim Allen Charley Howard Harry McCarty Lew Brown Charley Hart Charley Meacham and others they would think there were a few live wires remaining since their departure from the fold and the Press Association of today is a real Kentucky pressassociation The association has accomplished more in the last three years for the ad vancement of mens inter ests than it ever did during the good old days a employees be- Ing personally pol- ly Kentucky c language newspaper This is the time of year when the colleges are turning out preachers and lawyers in job lots The Record sug gests that the whole layout be coraled and put to work in Breathitt county No part of the legal field is in worse condition and no part of the Lords vineyard is more in need of a good weeding If the young attorneys can succeed with such cattle in a and the preachers civilize them in churches its safe to say they can successfully work on the people By all means send em to Breathitt Over on the Cincinnati Southern railroad last week a man crawled an engine to take a nap The not to climb down and hunt all around his engine to see if any people were under there the machine and killed the man The company should be made to pay heavy damages for owning an engine for having one in their possession more especially for wanting to use it when a fellow desired to take a nap under it Much is being written of the alleg ed discovery a bee sting is good for rheumatism Doubtless the sting will cause the sufferer to pick up his bed and walk And too you might get behind him with a pitchfork and cause even a livelier step than that produced by the sting Members of the Kentucky press will greatly miss Mr H H Gratz who has just retired from the profession after having been in the editorial harness for so years His the Gazette has been over to Mr E S Kmcaid To the Press boys We were in last week and Desha Breckin ridge said the mint crop was coming up splendidly and bid fair to be a breaker Remember the dates of the Associations meetings there Well yes The annual will soon be over and those giddy young fellows who have toiled hard to learn big words and foot ball will have to look around for a job of measuring calico or pounding a type writer The Presidents daughter is keep nameof her new automobile a profound secret says the Washing ton dispatches The earth will cease revolving until this great secret isgiv en to the public The sweet girl graduate is it Gee but Spring and are catching the devil Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is everywhere recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended and that is pleasant to take It valuable for summer diar rhoea in children is undoubtedly the means of saving the lives of a great many children each year For sale by all druggists 1 m w Subscribe for THE RECORD courthouse under engineer havln time started turned Lexington record commencements Ingthe today Flowers especially elsewhere that Lexington and Cemetery WorkThose desiring to in the Spring place their orders now and thus be sure A Handsome Work seamaterial guaranteed first class Pat ronize your home people and save agents and travelers Tip garrard faulty Marble Works STANFORD STREET j erectmemorials should anythingramie onulneat I expenses t s c 8UVIIEHUON J ITJenninus of wafiwith Briney Dean Saturday and Sunday Miss Edna Scott closed a very suc cessful school Bourne last Friday Miss Lena Rogers of Danviliejspent several days recently with Scott Mrs Frank Gammons of Mercer spent last week with her Mrs G A Bruce Mrs Oliver Merideth and daughter Miss Bessie spent last week with here Rev Wills delivered two inter eating sermons at this place Saturday and Sunday Prayer meeting has been organized at this place and we would be pleased every one to attend The infant of Mr and Mrs Richard Middleton was interred in Mt Hebron cemetery Friday morning Richard Martin and Miss Ella Hill of Danville were the guests of Miss Hattie Duncan Sunday Messrs George Johnson and James Lowry of High Bridge spent Satur day ight with Samuel Duncan Misses Una and Jennie Montgomery gave a singing at their home Saturday evening which was much enjoyed by Kinnaird Woner and little son and Mrs Louis Walker spent last Thursday night with Bourne and familyMr H Batson and Miss Alberta Hilton of your town attended preach ing here Sunday and took dinner with Mrs Peachie Grow Mr Dennie Scott sold a bunch of calves to Messrs Bruner and Roberts of Jessamine for 250 he also sold a mule to same party for Mrs Landram Burdett and two lit tle daughters Edna and Delia of Peru Indiana are the guests of her mother Mrs Sarah Duncan Misses Lula Scott and Mary Lou Carter accompanied by Messrs Dean and Samuel Burdett were the guests of Miss Leola Scott Mr J B Bourne sold his farm of 142 acres to G W Thompson Co for 4260 and also sold his property where he now resides to J M Vanderpool price 2400 l MANSE Miss Barbara Tompson of Frankfort is the guest of Misses Wallace Mr Walter Owsley of Hubble visi ted at A K Walkers last week Wm Dety of Hamilton 0 is spend ing a few weeks with home folks Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty has been visiting friends in Lincoln Mrs Ed Newland and two pretty children of Brodhead have been visi sting her mother Mrs Belle Hender son Miss Mayme Ramsey entertained the Manse Glee Club at her beautiful country home in a very charming manner Mr Ben Robinson was here Monday receiving lambs at Gc The potato bug has done much to potatoes in this section James Spilman bought of J B Ruble one pair mules for 205 Ruble Bros and Glass have sold sev hundred cattle to Well of c We are glad to know that Mrs F who has been so ill at her sisters in Bryantsville was able to come home a few days ago Mrs MarySpilman has been visiting her son in Danville The following land transfers have been made P S Terrill to R P Ison his dwelling and part of his land for 2800 R P Ison B Ruble one dwelling and 50 acres land for 2500 J B Ruble to Ed Eason one farm ol 400 acres for 5800 We hear that the mail route from this place to Bryantsville is soon to be discontinued Born to the wife of Marshall Scott nee Mayme Layne on the 29th ult a Arnold acd daughterMiss Anna Mrs John Perry and daughter Miss Nellie of Banley Miss Maggie Lane of Camp Nelson Walter Green of and John Lane of Camp Nelson were visitors at Uncle Billy Lanes PS Terrill and family Miss Maggie Robinson and Mrs Logan Duncan at tended the wedding in Boyle last week The bride Miss Bertie Mayes is well known here Miss Virginia King of Jessamine Institute and Ray King of Threld are at home Ladles and Children Invited All ladies and children who cannot stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups cathartics etc are invited to try the famous Little Barley Risers They are different from all other pills They do purge the system Even a double dose will mt gripe weaken or sicken many people call them the Easy Pill TV H Houston nothing better can be used for constipation sick headache etc Bob Moore Lafayette Ind says others gripe and sicken while Witts Little Risers do their work weal and easy Sold by P P Friable druggist 1m bachelor says talk twice as they can think net at Miss 0 E mother I for allMrs J B 55 Alfred recently tl BEUNA VISTA damage Lexington at Ison to J daughterMrs East Hickman RogersMayes klelsschool Tersays I A r i nelayed Letter amine relatives J h era 4 recent not Howell Early women can Mast F ryi all e STONE W II Land bought u buggy horse for 80 Lightning struck the barn of Mr Elisha Covington last week and destroyed it Mr Sam Mallard near getting killed last week and his little son were riding horse back when the ani mal stepped on a rock and cut its foot the horse fell backwards and killed bnt both escaped without a hurt Messrs Hansford Land and Ed Nay lor visited in Anderson last week Mrs Joe Hicks is visiting her sisters Mrs Emma Posey and Mist Tinsey King at McCreary Little Ida Folger is visiting her cousin Ida Johnson at High Bridge Miss Nettle Hunter of McCreary is visiting Miss Hattie Duncan James Johnson and wife of High Bridge visited Mrs Johnstons sister Miss Liza Duncan at this place Several from here attended the S S Convention last Thursday Messrs Jess Lamay and Geo John son of High Bridge were up Sunday Misses Pearl ahd Jewell Sanders vis ited their sister Mrs Sam Duncan Sunday Messrs Brack Grow and little daugh ter and James Grow and wife of are expected this week to visit friends and relatives Mrs Landram Burdett and two daughters of Indiana are in with relativesMr Moberley andwife visited Mr Jasper Bogie and wife at West Point several days ago The tobacco men have taken advan tage of the nice showers we have been having and set a part of their crop Miss Millie D Worrell is at home from Carbon Hill Ala Mr H Roberts and family of Marks bury was a guest of A J Murrell and wife Saturday night and Sunday Mr N L McQuerry visited at the same place again Sunday Several from this vicinity attended PAINT LICK Mr Salem Wallace of Lexington is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Will WallaceMrs B Estridge have returned from a visit to her brother at Waco Miss Thursday McWhorter of Rich mond is visiting her aunt Mrs A B EstrtdgeMrs Chesnut who Chas been visiting relatives here went to Lan caster Saturday to visit her niece Mrs Solon Henry Mrs Helen Hackney of has been visiting her aunt Mrs John Smith has returned home Miss Mamie Ramsey is visiting in Danville Miss Mary Arnold of of your city is the guest of Miss Louella Arnold Willis Adams sold a mare to Mrs Sallie Leavell for 100 Mr Green Wearren died last week and was buried in Old Paint Lick cemeteryFinley will leave this week for Livingston where he will clerk in his brothers store Walter Hammack will clerk for A B Estridge Miss Sallie Adams is visiting her sister Mrs Ed England in Barbour yule MAEESBDRY A J Rice sold a bunch of hogs to Clayton Arnold at 5c James House bought of John a load of corn at 3 per barrel Thaddie N Aldridge purchased of James M Anderson a good colt for Miss Kate Rains of Danville has been the pleasant guest of Miss Mary Stallings and daughters have been visiting relatives at Mack ville Washington county Mr pad Mrs N H Bogie spent Mon day in Richmond Mr Fleece Herring went to Sunday Mr W D Marksbury of Marcellus was the guest Sunday of Mrs Sutton and family Mr and Mrs Milton Sweeney of Stanford were guests Tuesday of Rev W M Stallings and wife We wish to announce again that there will be a Roll Call at the Fork church Sunday June 7 All members requetsed to attend 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 tBat has not been we also mean their results such as sour stomach fermentation of habitual costive ness nervous dyspepsia despondent feelings sleeplessness fact any trouble connected with stomach or liver This medicine been sold for many years in all civi lized countries and we wish to cor respond with you and you books tree of cost If you never tried August try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing Ifso something more ser ious is matter with Thee 25 cent size been Introduced this year Regular size 75 At Drug Store G G Green 1 f r rJ entire Itself Missouri little tit Sundayu London who 1 Simpson ChesnutMrs Cincinnati Margaret Walled curedand Storm IWOOd J iI fr i f 1 came lie FLAT WOODS EGO feed send one four Flower the has just cents NJ Aag 29 s n asa S J I BUCKETS j Lawson bought lambs from several parties here this week for 5 and 5 ct J W Hill bought a nice lot from Sanders Walker at 51c a lb Rev Timberlake of Nlcholasville spent the latter part of with the family of A C Miles and preached morning and evening Mrs Will Simpson and little son Crede are spending this week with in Nicholasrille Misses Myrtle Ilendren of Madison were guests of Miss Hattie last week Mrs Mary daughter Mrs of Mercer are visiting Mrs Herod Ray Mr J G House had a valuable barn to burn near here last Wednesday night burning several hundred barrels of corn several tons of hay 5 mules valued at 100 apiece all farming besides other valuables prov ing the most disastrous lire we have had near here for sometime Mrs Herod Ray entertained a few friends last Friday it being her 51st birthday She was the recipient of many valuable and useful presents a mong them a surprise of a ten dollar bill in her plate at dinner WAELACETON W T Kidd and family of Berea were in town Thursday Geo Smith and wife have moved to the Grandma Cade house here in townRev M K Pasco and wife of Berea were the guests of C II Baker and fam ily Friday Miss Stella Jones of Jackson but now a student at Berea was with the family of J A Baker Saturday and SundayRev M Baker and family of Lib erty Center 0 are expected this week fora visit to their many relatives and friends here Robert Gentry is building an addi tion of two rooms to his house thus adding greatly to its convenience An organ has recently been placed in the Baptist church to he used in Sundayschool and church worship This will add to the excellency of the music which at present is not bad It was our privilege and pleasure on Sunday the 31st ult to attend the fiftieth Anniversary of the church at Berea and to listen to the address of Prof John A R Rogers who was the first Principal of the school at Berea Prof Rogers gave valuable assistance more than 30 years ago in building up our Sunday school here which has since sent out many of its members as teachers and preachers to various parts of the United States McCIJEARV Miss Arkie Rue of this place sur prised her friends last Saturday by driving te Lancaster and was married to a Mr Preston of Stone Mr S A Hill entertained his friends May 26th it being his 21st birthday A nice supper was served and over a hundred people were present and all report an enjoyable time Mr John Forbes and wife were Vis itors of Lish Forbes family last week Mrs John Lackey was considerably surprised last Sunday morning when in spite of the down pour of rain her children friends and neighbors began to come in with well filled baskets to help celebrate her 71st birthday All seemed to enjoy the day and especially the bountiful dinner and we are hope ing that she may live to enjoy many When a man calls woman an angel she ought to question his veracity but she never does Do Yon Enjoy Eat If you dont your food does not do you much good Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the remedy that every one should take when there is any thing wrong with the stomach There is no way to main rain the health and strength of mind and body except through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will setup No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sour risings rifting indigestion dys pepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure Sold by Frisbie 1m If you want your wife to act like an angel treat her like one W The man who loves his wifes rela tions Is as blessed as he is scarce We wish to call your attention to the fact that w e are prepared to give you the Best Paiatini wehave ever done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see work it rt r of hogs lastweek relatives Lola and ones Teat rand more tl 1 WIin You f 2 f e I i RJPA RINQ i Q WJIman2 0 c ti W vii C heeler implements I ria and our 6 Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material Ij rj 7 5 o f I I t I ORU G STORE OUR STOCK OF V IS NOW READY FOR A YOUR X r INSPECTION VEHICLES I a Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever tempted to show r Our experience ot over 20 years knowing what to buy and V Jf how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember weV buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit j 8 KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO fSuccessors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky s We want to sell you your 57 OURS IS THE vc- VERY BEST MADE 11 Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line 0 Prisbies Drug Store f 2 over Two Hnndred In Stock 9 i The Very Latest Novflllies the Vehicle Line 8 X R X OCOCOC CtCX 0 o JPAINT IZ0oo I 002 o at- Y No Ill S i OOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOO OrJ000 OC0 O J0000 0 i t 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0- A t 0 8 0 4 Od00000000000000000000000 JO0000C 0000000 ajssrssss sr VSSSL Brown Cultivators NEW BALANCE BrownManley Cultivators t 57 ir 1iEr IIi TrP OFj Fl la HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS I m i r LAP DUSTERS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS HARNESS i I IKUREEES PAINT N Cut your grass with a Plano Cut your wheat with a Piano Cut your oats with a Piano Cut down repairs with a Piano Cut down work with a Piano Cut down expenses with a Plano Cut down debts with a Piano Cut down blues with a Plano Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Cut Of course it will And Plano Grinders will v the knives and Piano 4 tie all tight U QI I o gp a I I I Cut Anywhere Cut Anything 4 S III U I c t75 1 sharpen twine iwiil r Look on other I A s Cxxr k v t s3r 8 Gossip About People Ne Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings 1y Those Wt Art In Speed Boner of Richmond spent Sunday here Miss Nellie Dillon is visiting Mrs Stone of Versailles Judge R A Burnside was at home Saturday and Sunday Dr Chris Farris visited his mother at Kirksville Sunday J M Logan has been to Cincinnati for a few days buying goods Senator George Farris visited his family Saturday and Sunday J Holten Frank of Lexington was here a few days the past week who has been working life insurance was here Sunday Mr William Embry and bride have returned from their bridal tour Misses Ethel West and Mattie Mae Robinson are at home from school Miss Cordle Hamilton is in Nicholas villevlsiting Miss Ada Dickerson Mr and Mrs L L Walker have been visiting relatives in Point Burnside Miss Mary Burnside is visiting friends in Frankfort and Versailles Mrs Will Lear and Miss Bessie Gul ley have been visiting Mrs J A Dud derar Mr Guy Davidson and bride returned Saturday from a trip to Cincinnati and RichmondMrs Hudson and pretty baby Porter Scott are visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs Fannie Farra and Earl Mr S C Danny and wife were in Lexing ton Friday Miss Jessie Doty entertained evening in honor of her visitor Miss Gertrude Noel Mr Mrs Fisher Gaines of Dan ville attended the commencement ex ercises Tuesday evening Mrs Mary Miller Frisbie and little daughter Gladys of Louisville are guests of Mr J W Miller and family Miss Stella Brown of Danville and Miss Hackney of London are guests of of Mrs Richard Ward Lexington ave nueMrs Sam Johnston and children re turned from Louisville Saturday where they have been visiting rela Mrs Rebecca West and daughter Miss Bettie returned Saturday from Winchester where they have been vis Hyatt Misses Irene Romans Allie Yantis Bessie Mae Lear and Lillie V West are attending the annual house party giv en by Miss Bessie Dudderar Yantis of StanfordOn Wednesday evening Miss Laura B Doty entertained very charm ingly in honor of Miss Gertrude Noel at the home of her aunt Miss Lena Bright Those present spent a most enjoyable evening Stanford Journal Miss Lillian S Poore of Garrard county has entered the contest here June 19 Mr Walton of Lexington was here be tween trains Tuesday His visit was unexpected but he will return in a few days to look after his business here Mr Ira Grimes and Miss Mary Grimes of Garrard are guests of the family of Mr S R Cook Judge T Z Morrow who continues in feeblehealth is at the Beazley Hotel Crab Orchard hop ing to be benefitted by the medical waters Dread For Sale Also Peerless Iceland Freezer Best Ice Cream Freezer made Gall and see and buy H M Y I Joe Haselden W A W P I Lang j I 1 L BAlL OU son Thursday and ti yes iting Mrs t Y Mies Jeanlo Doty Is visiting In Mil lersburg Dplph Rice of Danville spent a or so fishing with Lancaster friends Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to friends in Richmond Mrs Louis Landram accompanied her husband to Winchester Monday Mrs R H Tomlinson and son visiting relatives in Buena VistaBilly Darst of the Kay See spent Saturday with Charley Walker in LancasterMiss Tillett entertained a few friends Monday evening at a strawberry supper Mr H B Northcott the hustling ice and was In Winchester on business Monday Misses Lizzie Marksbury and Mae Robinson of Marcellus attended the Sunday School Convention Miss Bruce Pumphrey left this week on a visit to her sisters Mrs Jordan and Tankersley of Hamilton O Mr G S Gaines who has been con fined to his bed for a day or two Is now able to be out again Advocate Misses Maggie and Bettie Francisof Paint Lick were guests of their aunt Mrs J S Robinson during commence mentMr A n Rice who has been spend ing several days with Lancaster rela tives left Monday on a trip to the house for which he travels the Hoos ier Drill Co Richmond Ind Buck is making his headquarters in The reception given by Mrs W I Williams Thursday afternoon in hon or of the B B club and Miss Ruth Wil liams was one of the most enjoyable of the season The house was thrown open and decorated with palms and smilax which with the beautiful gowns of the ladies present as guests of the day made the scene enchanting Delicious refreshments were served and the guessing contest very inter esting The first prize was won by Miss Kittie Mason Miss Grace Kin naird capturing the consolation The next meeting will be held with Miss Mattie Elkin A Serious Mistake E C DeWitt Co is the name of the firm who make the genuine Witch Hazel Salve is the Witch Havel Salve that heals without leav ing a scar It is a serious mistake to use any other De Witts Witch Haz el Salve cures blind bleeding itching andprotruding piles burus bruises eczema and all skin diseases Sold by F P Frisbie druggist 1m A man may be every inch a gentle man and not very tall at that Kotlol Gives Strength by enabling the digestive organs to di gest assimilate and transform all of the wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves feeds the tissues hardens the muscles and recuperates the or gans of the entire body Kodol Dys pepsia Cure cures Indigestion Catarrh of the Stomach and all stomach disorders Sold by F P Frisbie druggist 1m Truth never dodges up an alley no matter whom it meets I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year ia02 if not paid in a few days will be advertised as the law requires me to close my books E W Harris Treas 58tf Plauts 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 Graded School will be redeemed July 1 1903 After that time interest will cease until paid Anyone hold ing one or more of Nos 5 13 47 48 49 61 71 and 74 will please present such bond or bonds to E W Harris for redemption J B Kinnaird Secty 4t WHerndon Prs Swell furnishing such as ties hos iery shoes and oxfords underwear etc at Jennings Lackey Paint Lick 522tf it L i I 1 day Robert are poultryman Nashville DeWitts Notice Lancaster C ss Nf Dyspepsia Business and Bargains Japalacat Frisbies Store 3t Chicken feed all kinds cheap Potts Bros 22tf For sale sow and seven polandchina pigs J C Hemphill 515tf Buy your Paint at Store J ma153t isbles Drug Tomato plants for sale Mrs J W Grant Get your at Frisbies Drug Store K m153t Bring prescriptions to Frisbies Drug ml53t New lin of Stationery at Frisbies Drug Store m5 3t Buy your talac at Frisbles Drug Store all m153t Best of in town at Fris bies Drugstore m153t Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices 424 tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday He is doing some splendid work 24tf Bolted or unbolted meal exchanged for corn in the ear Potts Bros ju5tf We have everything in the Paint line Buy Drug Store m15 3t Japalack for painting floors and all wood work also sunproof paint at Thompsons a10 Fountain and Stylographlc pens and the best fountain pen Ink Thompson the Jeweler Farmers bring us your grain and get a good turnout of the best flour and meal on the market Potts Bros 22tf 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 a24tf We put our Flour Meal and Graham in 6 12 24 and 48 lb packages paper cotton or twill goods Best Goods in best package potts Bros 22tf Potato Plants 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 from 20cts to 50cts They are strictly A 1 W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf We are prepared to do paper hang ing and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us be fore placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillin Bros 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 feet made by Wm Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf New line walking skirts at Jennings Lackeys Prices right Paint Lick 522tf All persons especially Picnicers and Fishermen are warned to keep off the premises upon which the Cave Spring is situated or they will be prosecuted for trespass This has become iinperitive 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 g Soda ater r Store Ia sha Remem er JR Haseldens Farmers Notice eH c lie Post course protect The Fox Studio OUR AIM- We aim for your satisfaction We hit the mark by making satisfactory pictures Be cause we put into them the accuracy of our aim the certainty of our knowledge we are sure you will be satisfied Not cheap pictures at a cheap price but pictures youll be pleased to own at a price youll be glad to pay Let us convince you Frames Mouldings En gravings Easels Etc We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY 777 VJJ I i The 4 i is iiji r 1 Studio Driven to I Bf nora Ioi Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family Is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting In Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m Marriage is often a failure because neither of the interested parties has sense enough to take an occasional That TIi robbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufierers have proved their merit for Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and build up your health Only money back if not cured Sold by McRoberts druggist 1m If the man behind the gun is a crack shot the rabbits left hind foot doesnt save it Some men seem to think the human kindness flows only from bot tles Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and Invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by all druggists 1 m There are mighty few women who dont look very conscious when the conversation turns on the good points of a figure that is concealed vacation nt 25c milk of t matchless Headaches 4 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 est papers to the most expen sive specialties These pa pers are being opened daily and are on display at our store and the people of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting work done promptly by com petent men Paints and Window Glass We havethe best readymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices A wa MAIN ST DANVILLE KY ij E i bbons rr Everybody knows that to get the 1 Best Groceries In Town i they must call on Currey i Davidson TWINE Sisal Binder mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i I XIUltl K Twine Pp r l F P r 1- P Jrr-d Jr aF JUIUJIIIUIUJU JU1111UJ11 IIIlUIUIUJUlU1U111JUJUJIIAI 12c T4BIWALER SON eo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work a Typewriting at reasonable rates Office at lyL Walkers specialty office IIERtESFAVORITE m aracamphRelieves Intently or Money Refunded jfffgf Blooding the the B Inflammation It Cools It Soothes SeMcnly Jn2fc5ac A Bottles r an t fit a lAO Atangood DryeYW- r i k v nF Report To the Honorable Byjirl of Ei Gentlemen I hereby submit fur consideration the annual report of your public school system for the year ending May 22 1903 A careful examination of the same will reveal many things of interest to you and our people Total Examination of youth of School age 326 Whole number registered in School during year 269 Average number of pupils be longing 245 Average daily attendance for year 213 Total days of attendance 37275 Total number of days taught 175 Length of School term in days 180 Total days of absence during year 2080 Per cent of attendance 94 Number of of tardiness 187 Per cent of Punctiality 995 Cases of punishment during year 21 Cases of lenancy during year 3 Number of year 260 Number of Visitors from trus tees 3 Seating capacity of school 370 Number of pupils enrolled in each department Primary 90 Intermediate 123 High School 56 Direct yearly expenditness for school purposes Amount paid teachers 3100 Amount paid janitor 180 Amount paid for fuel 100 Total Expenditures 3380 Expense for pupil Based on Exeumeration Based on Enrollment Based on average daily attend Dance 1587 Per cent of attendance based on exeumeration 653 Number of tuition pupils en rolled 24 Amount received from these pupils REMARKS If the above report could becomparj ed with the enumeration enrollment attendance and expenditures of othei years it would be possible to draw conclusion as to the progress made during the year but in the of any tangible record it can br only hoped that in this report it It fully equal and possibly superior to all previous standings made by your school It is undoubtedly true that the work done by your teachers dur ing the past nine months has been fully up to that of other years The discipline maintained the methods of instruction used the character of the teaching done bava in all cases been fairly satisfactory The percentage of promotions made in each depart ment has far exceeded that of last year even in the High School whet the amount of work required to be done has been materially increased THE WANTS OF THE SCHOOLS are of course numerous A good with modern apparatus is essential for firstclass work in a High School while globes charts wall maps and an abundance of supple mentary readers condition all forms of success in the primary and interme diate grades- A LIBRARY CONTAINING MANY of the best reference books and at least a good neuclus of standard books is now almost absolutely es sential to the successful management and direction of a High School Chit dren read too much but the trouble Is that unless properly directed they do not read the best Suitability to use is the one essential of a school and home pride ought to impel the citizens of Lancaster to see that in this respect their library is equal to the best In the state A compulsory education law that will render possible the appointment of a truant officer and the enforced at tendance of every pupil of school age In the community for at least five months in the school year seems to me to be one of the real necessities the people ef our state The presence of many children of school age on the street during the hours of the school session shows that absence from school is more of a caprice than a necessity and where this is true it is absolutely essential to the future welfare of the individual that he be forced to accept that which the presents to him as a protec tion to its welfare It is recommend ed that the Board of Education respectfully petition the next legisla 8 1 4frld Jr Inn j cases Visits during some absence library absolutely e library drgv coo w your y 103 g 4 library confronting community 0 turn lisa m pulsnry education law TUB COUIS8S J STUDY liriil Imvii by this iU ird niptls to br nroadened and enriched along the lint of Literature Language and IN CONCLUSION the Principal desires to say that the schools are in a very excellent condi tion He is sure that the general public realizes that during the past year every teacher has done good elli cient work He regrets exceedingly that two of your most capable teach ers have concluded to sever their con nection with the school and sincerely hope that both of them may find their lot cast in pleasant fields of labor else where The pupils as a body are orderly law abiding obedient and diligent The parents appreciate the labors of the teachers and generally cooperate with them in controlling such cases of dis cipline as arise The members of the Board have not only given thought labor and energy to the cause of edu tion but they have also given hearty official support to the principal and teachers If they continue to do this it may be fairly calculated that the progress of the schools will be onward and upward for in union of authority there is strength It is probably true that frequent consultations of Prinpi pill and Board as to the elementary conditions existing in the schools as to changes to be made in them would yield very excellent results In conclusion the principal desires to say that he is exceedingly grateful for the encouragement and cooperation he has received from the parents for the help loyalty and fidelity given him by the teachers and for the uniform kind ness and courtesy extended him by the various members of the Board of Respectfully submitted J E MANNIX Land Stock Crops A man can hardly miss a good when he has firstclass stock The most expensive feature in the general management of swine is neg lect Generally the later the spring lit ters come the less trouble it is start them It is conducive to health to feed hogs when they can have the range of the pasture fields Further improvement in the out look for apples is indicated but the prospects for most of other tree fruits are very poor Considerable tobacco has been trans planted in Tennesse and western Ken tucky but elsewhere there has been no opportunity for setting owing to dryness Plants are generally ful but are not overgrown in some States For the ten months ended April 30 1903 exports of wheat exclusive flour from the United States amount ed to 100324 095 bushels against 137 029459 bushels for the corresponding period of the previous year In the Missouri Valley Oklahoma and Texas a general improvement in the condition of oats is indicated but in the Ohio Valley Middle Atlantic States and the greater part of the Lake region the condition of the crop is less favorable owing to the effects drouthThe industry of the United States is still growing Ten years we imported many eggs and exported few Now the exports exceed the im ports but there is room for still great er development There need be no fear of over production of poultry and eggs in the near future In the springwheat region the wea ther conditions have been highly fa vorable for germination and growth of spring wheat which Is coming up to good stands with vigorous plants In the northern Rocky Mountain States the growth of spring wheat has been slow in Washington and Oregon the outlook is very promising The Kentucky Exhibit Association has received 1200 from the State partment of Agriculture for use in collecting the exhibits of agriculture and horticulture The Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association has sent sent in 250 to help make good live stock display at St Louis Other As sociatlons are expected to contribute liberally In nearly all cases it will be found best to allow the cows expected to calve to go dry at least a month be fore they are due in order to give Issue to rest and recuperate But while she is resting she should be well fed so as to be in good condition at calving g i 11I1elt cum and 7Education market pleat It e F to give restt Mathematics t tl ag o parents Great It is the right of every child to be well born and to the parents it must look for health and happiness How incon ceivably great no taint of disease is left in the blood to be transmitted to the helpless the most pitiable suffering and marking with offen sive sores tad eruptions catarrh of the nose and throat weak eyes glandular swellings bones white swelling and deformity How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach disease lurking in system how can you expect well developed healthy Cleanse your own blood and and you have not only enlarged capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures discharged duty all parents to and made happierTheresurely teaches stubborn blood as S S S It searches out hereditary poisons and removes taint from the blood and builds the general health If weaklings are growing up around you right the wrong by on a course of S S S at It is a vegetable medicine harmless in its effects and can be taken Vy both old and young fear of any bad results Write us let our physicians advise and help yom This will yo g amd we will also took on blood I t I Re5ponSIbIIIgt IS the Il r responsibility and how important that iI childentailing much misery into the world If you have owe J withoutl j 1 j i o t J I i themselves for bringing soo but d troubles even every once your case cost send our and kia TIL tWIVT TP cIriC CO us 6- acb xi 1 r fot tidy her calf lie thriftier hut she wilt give awl Viettsr itiiik Winter made favorable progress in and Ksmssis m cl has been improved by in por Lions of Oklahoma Texas Arkansas Tennessee and Kentucky but In southern Missouri and in the States northward of the Ohio river and in the Middle Atlantic States the crop has suffered deterioation t Is heading as far north as central Kansas and the southern portions of Indiana and Ohio 0 The State of Illinois gives to the State Poultry Association 1000 per year to be used in the payment of pre miums Kentucky poultry breeders think this should be a good example for our State as it is one of the fore most inDustries of the State W ith little energy on the part of the Asso station an appropriation might be had that would enable the association to show second to none The cow about to calve should be fed bran and roots for a laxative If properly managed there should be no need to relieve the pres sure of the udder by milking before calving The cow should not be turn ed out to pasture at this time because of the danger of cold and inflamma tion If the swelling and garger oc cur hot water and rubbing is the best treatment After each milking apply the water as hot as can be borne with a flannel swab and a dry holder Rub and knead for some time finishing with a little alcohol well rnbbed in method for assisting the cure of tobacco in the barns has been de vised Fllillman a Massachu setts man who has organized a stock company with 100000 capital to place the curers on the market It consists of a furnace and a gasoline engine on a truck which is placed close to the curing barn and hot air is forced into the barn through a pipe by means of a blower The pipe may be extended into sections if desired or the curer can be moved from one side of the building to another The whole ob ject is to force the warm air into the curing shed so as to drive out the moist air within and hasten the cur ing of the leaf Years in He l R AGray J P Oakvill Ind For ten years Iwas confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys It was so severe that 1 could not move part of the time I consulted the very best medicrl skill but could get no relief until Foleys Kidney Cure was reccommended to me been a Godsend to me C C J E Stormes 1m Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quanity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery tion Coughs and colds to be unequaled- f A recent expression from T J McFaj land Bentorville Va serves as exam pie lie writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I be gan taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100 1m Surely the recording angel is with the man who has a big familyin law Worst or AH Experience Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience Mrs S n Uewson Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured Insuf ferablepain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed in evitable when doctors and dies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and el troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by McKoberts Druggist 1m The man who cant be fooled by a exists only in his own imagin ation This is not a gentle when you think how liable you not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 18G8 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 we called your attention to Bjschees German Syrup There are so ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but severe Coughs Bronchitis especially for Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and the nights and morn Ings there is nothing like German Syrup cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents Drug Store Aug 29 It is better to have kissed and kissed the wrong girl than never to have kissed any at all to Creditors All claims against the estate of Morgane Sutton decd Wilt present same properly to me or rmy attorney J El Robinson on before August 1st 1903 Davis Sutton Admr ofHorgaa Button dec Hemp Seed amount of Kculttyated hemp seed for sale R A I 11lJr has mitts holds by G oren writes- e It for Consump lenient- o aU reme Bow- II- JCantloB1 wordbut Croupand AtStormes 1 or Bin ll I I will better curl more Nebraska Missouri further effect Anew available has 3 woman are many coughing during The 25 Notice proven good N West L 11 OS BORNEOnlv Machines not made by the Trust MACHINERY iVffij io t iSr tf gft BINDERS HEMP REAPERSAsk any of the following what they think of the Osbourne machines M F Arbuckle Jas Clarke Milt Ward T B Walker Tom Moore- J M Saunders Jno Donnohue J A Hayden J A Burk G T Hig ginbotham W F Parks Jim M Parks Sold by R M WEST Lancaster Ky Cuts Bruises and nurim Quickly Healed Pain Balm is an anti septic liniment and when applied to cuts bruises and burns causes them to heal without maturation and much more quickly than by the usual all druggists 1m Few men are capable of answering the arguments of a pretty woman Chronic bronchial troubles and sum mer coughs can be quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar 1m The woman who knows how to man age a man is the one who never lets him know it If you have kidney or bladder and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as it postively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases C C J E Stormes 1m It is not till everybody else disbe lieves in her husband that a woman really believes in him Ills Last Hope Realized From the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the first opening of Oklahoma to in 1889 the editor of this paper was among the many seekers after for tune who made the big race one fine day in April During his traveling a bout and afterwards his camping upon his claims he encountered much bad water which together with the severe heat gave him a very diarrhoea which it seemed almost impossible to check and along in June the case be came so bad he expected to die One day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Chamberlains Cholera and Diarahoea Remedy as a last hope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on the ground in great agony and in a few minutes tbe dose was repeated The good effect of the medicine was soon noticed and within an hour the patient was taking sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a complete cure and he can not help but feel grateful The sea son for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this item For sale by all druggists 1m I Chamberlains treatment Forsale by settlers severe Colic WarniuC trouble N his first Some men waste a lot of time wish ing it were tomorrow Was Wastlns Away The following letter from Robert R Watts of Salem Mo is instructive I have been troubled with kidney di sease for the last five years I lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without relief Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles completely cured me and I am now sound and well C C J E Stormes 1m Men and clothes lines are apt to be unsteady when they have too many sheets in the wind R Aetna QueenPalatine National Hartford Conuetictit Gorman American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna ThatSmooth FinishS- o much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry- If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky KINNAIRDINSURANCE Followin Companies Life Ins GOof HartfordGonD 5 I 53 C to resell ill Vi Dont Violate the Law And dont encourage the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who have no right to sell you whisky We Have a Right to Sell you Whisky- And You Have a Rigbt to Buy it From Us READ OUR PROPOSITION We will send you one full quart oHO either Rye or Bourbon Whiskey nicely packed In plain box for UK1 two quarts for 200 or four quarts for 3 00 and we will pay all express charges It will cost just 3 cents to send us either one or two dollars and 5 cents to send us three dollars via poatofflce money you get a qnart of tenyear old Whisky absolutely pure for just the price you pay for a bad compound called whisky which is dangerous to your health And if you buy four quarts you getit at 75 cents a quart or we will send you one gallon pi sixyearold whisky guaranteed absoutclvpure nicely packed in plain box for 200 two gallons for 4390 gallons for 575 and you pay the express charges You ought to have whisky In your house your doctor whlikyjs the best and least harmful stimulant that you can use and is better than drugs Think of the hor ror of a sudden attack oftoothache cramps colic or neuralgia in hours of night no doctornear no whiskey In the house what would a few ounces of whisky be worth to you on such an occasion T Is forearmed In time of of peace prepare war get some whisky but get good PURE whisky send ua your order today Our postive guarantee with If you not pleased with the goods receive them we will cheerfully return your money Isnt that fair enough reliable we fwill do jnf we Experience will give confidence inns1 Reference the Lexington City National or the Adams Express Co at Lexington Money order orregistered letter to r order thus same youthat thee hen you u DISTILLING b9 t yon three will tell dead and Forewarned peace for goes every order are Were what say von Bank React via P 0 The HAGIN Lexington Promliiciit lrur rile ti fi mi ran tee Ttiu IMIHB that tijipiar at tiu b t torn of this advertlsemeut me the stjulloi uii tiitit sell Marsees Cholera Ren These gentlemen need uo endorsement In their own locality of them rcp redtntuilve butiuess men a l drug 11111 who successful lu their own affairs and who merit the respect esteem of the corn lauultles lu which they reside But before investing in any stock medicine one should look carelallyluto the Personnel of Its man agements and this I particularly Invite lu the most searching manner F 1 Frisbie of Ky is now sel ling JIarsees Cholera Kfmedy Mid la a drug pratical cud successful experience In the drug business and to him largely is duo the reputation thit the community enjoys as being the owner of the neatest most com equipped and economically managed drug store of any in this town Jfnrsees Cholera llemedy is not sowed broadcast up and down in the land neither Peddled but advocate the above plan through drug men alone Remember that you certainly can lose by trying Mnrsees Choera Remedy- I am so confident that my remedy will do nil I claim for it that I am vrlllfng in every instance to sell it under a guarantee to cure or refund money nil I ask Is that you fol low the directions closely and give the remedy a fair trial These gentlemen deserve your patronage for they show their s to you the best medicine for yi ur animals Y P Frisbie Lancaster Ky Shngars and DInwiddie llradfordsville KY V 15 Me Roberts Stanford Ky JunelSt JONAII MARSEE city liS all beoll Lancaster man of vIet I s and guarantee ore have and nothing We have just returned from the East with Ever Shown in this Section of KentuckyG- reat care was given to securing the VERY LATEST CREATIONS and it is with the greatest pleasure we invite you to see them SALLIE D TILLUT LEWIS Y LEAVE President J S Romxsox Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 I TV 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK i Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 f B F HUDSON Cashier C D WAIKEI Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention I DIRECTORS x Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson ISx SxSKSxxSySs j s S S S SxexS s Sx The National Bank CAPITAL 50000 A R DEXXY President JOAN 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 MILliNER I W O RIONEY Asst Cashr I493 0 OF LANCASTER KY 0 SURPLUS 10000O 0 o 0 2- o 0 o 2 2 o 1 s vG sCC O HOC CSC C C pcn ct 4 J J Walker T M Arnold 000000000000000 00000000000000000000 2o o 0 a 0 0 0 0 d 0 d oo o o ooo onoc oooooc o o ooocooooo J H GULLEY Full line of Fine Buggies McCreary Ky KIDNEY DISEASES are the most all dis UndertakingEmbalming fatalof eases FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Is I Guarantied Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and JOO Nothing has ever equalled it ever surpass it New Discovery eminent Nothingcan I Dr1 I For OLDS ONSVMPTIO0VGiLSsad A Perfect Cure I IIPrice i08Sic b For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free T I I M ouram Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine of McKillip Veterinary College MDll Graduate of Chicago Ills attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry canine Residence and cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVILLE KENTUCKY office also s r rKODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL digests what you eat cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gas tric glands and gives tone to tho digestive organs j xouor 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 brainI KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that is making wellso many sick people and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is con tamed in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2J4 times tbs trial size which sells for SOc Prepared only by E C DeWITT CO CHICAGO To the School Children and friends of Garrard County I 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 Hemphills unite under the direction of Judge Hughes Respectfully a17tf Amanda Anderson