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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 12 1903 j i OURTEESTIL Xf11X fR I THE CENTRAL RECORD4TJ- T2dT r For Quality Style Durability and Price pur buggies and road wagons take the lead i Our Twoin One is a Beauty and you will like a Rex Buggy I Our Harness right up the minute JR HASELDEN are to Of Local Interest If you cant root for your town Fly time is on in earnest and the church suffereth Lancaster has fewer mossbacks than ever before Isnt that good Now we hear the howl Too much ram The people are never satisfied 150 excursion to Cincinnati Sun day Many places of amusement open The wheat crop will not turn out so badly as anticipated The rains came just in the nick of time The Somerset Journal says the girl with the biggest capacity for icecream sbda is not the most popular one this summer There has been scarcely any hot weather yet Old Sol will soon turn on the rays and bring out the loafer to the street corner box or chair Catholic services were held in the court house Sunday conducted by Realer of Nicholasville There are many members in this locality Before buying goods look at the ad vertisements in these columns These men have the right class of goods or they would not be calling your atten tion to them Indications for a splendid crop of blackberries were never better As a result those mothers of jam boys are delighted to know that they will have plenty of jam for their darlings to cry for Negro porters crowd around the car steps so thickly that passengers can scarcely get by This is not right and it is an outrage that it is not stopped There is not another town in the state that permits it Gaines Bros agents for ted J C Case threshing machines sold last week to Leon Austin a most com ulete and upto date rig for 200o Mr Austin is better equipped and better prepared than ever before purchased such a threshing out lit Sale of Valuable W J Parton sold his residence and 45 acres of land on Danville avenue to Joseph llendrickson at 5400 The premises are well improved Go ask papa the maiden said Now every one knew that papa was dead They also knew of the life he had led Therefore they knew what was in her head When Go ask papa the maiden said Cynthiana Democrat move out bald headed Father the celebra Property goer haying SpecialValues I N AND FOR THE NEXT Two Weeks We have just received another shipment of CARPETS and MAIliNGS Elegant patterns and low prices lAWNS WASH U 4f j A FABRICS r x w1 4 LOGAN DRY GOODS CO- 1Yi i y 3Jo la Garrard The State Board of Equalization which has been raising the assessment In the counties refused to make any change in the work done by Assessor Mr Thos Austin and h is capable deputies The Same IB Many Town It is said a man who squeezes a never squeezes his wife A glance at our subscription book leads us to believe that many women in this sec tion are not having their ribs cracked Come in and settle and show that all is right at Potatoes High The price of potatoes is advancing rapidly In the past few days the price in wholesale lots has gone from 55 cents to 70 cents and are scarce at that price New potatoes are quoted by the produce dealers at 5 per barrel but there is not a very big demand at that price Once Resided Here- After an absence of nearly twenty years Mr James Arnold of Kansas City was here last week mingling with old aquaintances He is interested with the building of a new railroad the Kansas City Mexico Orient and has been quite success ful in soliciting stock therein Odd Fellows Dine The local Odd Fellows lodge had a big supper at the Mason Hotel Thurs day evening which was attended by most of the members of the order They have recently had their hall pa pered painted and carpeted and it is one of the prettiest in the state The order is in a flourishing condition in Lancaster Pony lip We Need It Statements have been sent to the few persons on our list who think we can live on air Uncle Sam is not giv tug away postage stamps this year we cannot afford to send more statements When you receive one its a pretty good sign that you are expected to fork out so dont hesitate and wonder why it was sent Rack to Old Time Its the custom in Lancaster just now when there is to be a sale show or whatnot to hire Col Bris Bruce the wellknown old darkey to take a bell and go about town making the Brice tells em all it and takes great delight there In after having something to get the dust out of his throat The low and detestable practice of putting High Life on horses and other animals has produced trouble and has endangered human life by causing smash ups Ar rests will be made for cruelty to ani mals if it is not stopped as some of our best citizens are determined to have a say in the matter AIUs Scott Married Lancaster friends have received an nouncnment of the marriage of Miss Lucille Price Scott of Lexington to Mr J Henderson Gallager which took place at Lexington June 4th Mr and Mrs Gallager will be at home 201 E Broadway Louisville The bride is wellknown here having resided in this city for some time boarding at the Garrard Hotel Her many Lancaster friends extend best wishes Tuned Many Pianos Mr W J Homer after spending some ten days in Lancaster has re turned to his home in Danville He tuned nearly every piano in Lancaster and Garrard count and if there is the least complaint of his work we have yet to hear it He is a practical man a piano expert and those seek ing such work should leave ordera at this office or write him at Danville his headquarters The Custom Up North A disagreement arose between two Ohio merchants some time ago and as a result they decided to end the mat ter in a fight to the finish They planned to start around the block in opposite directions and to open fire when they came in sight on the other side The start was made but the fight never came off When last heard from one was hunting gold in Alaska and the other picking coffee in Mex ico Usually the Way The ways of the fate are certainly strange as proved by the death of Thomas Lawrence of Pettis county Missouri A year ago he was struck by an express train and picked up 20 yards away uninjured and a month later he fell twenty feet from a barn roof and was not hurt Last August he stopped a bolt of lightning and was unharmed Last week while on his way to his barn he stumbled over a six months old puppy and fell and broke his neck Spring Bury the croaker oUt In the woods in a beautiful hole in the ground where the bumblebee hums aria the wood yecker pecks and the straddle bug straddles around Heis no good to the too unpractical stingy and dead but he wants the earth and part of the crust and thee stars that shine over his Then hustle him off to the woods and bury him deepen thy ground he no good to us here get him put of the way and make room for the man that ii sound I mostof our homeRoosvllle Independent friendsand announcement Look Out runaways and Q 4 A Rate dollar about Poem town bead is 4 t i1 w k Population of the Earth The population of the earth is about 1500000000 About 900000000 idols About 750000000 never heard of Christ and never saw the face of a missionary There is one preacher in America for about 700 peo pie while in heathen lands there is one missionary for about 400000 And yet men are wasting time and money building needless meeting houses and supporting useless and rival and unscriptural church organizations which cause skeptics and heathens to gospel instead of seeking and praying and working for that unity for which Christ prayed that the world may believe that thou hast sent me To Oar Subscriber We trust you will make due allow ance for lack of reading matter in re cent issues of The Record As stated last issue we are under the weather and are making all efforts to get back in shape to perform the thousand and one duties in our office Nothing is more distasteful to us than to have to speak of personal matters in these col umns butyou pay your money for the Garrard county news and when we fail to give it to you we beg leave to state the reason therefor We hope to soon be restored Sound in mind and members and to get The Rec ord back Under the tongue of good report Two Fool And a Pig For several months a novel law suit has been in progress at Boones Fork Letcher county between DanielBent ly and Samuel Bently brothers The case involved covers a small pig the value of which is not more than Already the men have expended about 100 apiece and have now taken the case to the Letcher Circuit Court for a hearing Each has employed legal counsel Daniel Bently alleges that the pig the property of Samuel Bent ly broke into his garden destroying some vegetables He put the animal in a small pen to await damages His brother refused to pay damages Then the suit began A False Report Some person evidently a loafer with nothing else to do started the report that there was a case of small pox in Lancaster even going so far as to say what family it was in investiga ted the matter carefully and soon found the report to be wholly without foundation The doctors denied the report and were very justly the thought of their trying to keep such a thing secret There may be doctors who would in orderto increase their practice refuse to warn the peo pIe physicians do not live in Lancaster or Garrard county Our people can rest assured that their will be carefully looked alters Stand by Your Town Next to a mans family and business nothing should stand dearer to his heart than the town in which he lives It is his home the place where he earns his competence and educates his children If he wants to make it popular as thrifty and widely known as possible he cannot afford to be to anything which will fur ther these ends It can be said that a town that is not worthy of the of its citizens in making it widely and generally prosperous is the town which is not worth while to live in at all If a town is worth anything it is worthy ef greatest energy whether we merely take our share of the common benefits accruing to the town and community we call home or risk our all In its commerce Mast Hustle An exchange knew what it was talk ing about when it published the fol lowing The trade territory of a town is not all dependent upon the distance to neighboring trading points The territory depends upon the enterprise of the town If a town does not reach out after trade it will only grow as as it is forced to but if the mer chants go after the business in the surrounding country advertising in every way and make good every word of their advertising trade will come from an ever increasing radius and the town will have a reputation for being awake and it will forge to the front It is the men in every town and not altogether men living within a num ber of miles from it that makes the the town good or bad for business The Help Qaest Ion Its the question of the hour Have you any help is heard all around The folks who are financially able to refrain from labor are the ones who are hard at work says the Carlisle Mercury Those who beg for food and fuel in the winter season are now their vacation doing nothing Paul says He that will not work shall not eat A good rock pile for the petty and the vagrancy law for those who have no visible means of support would do much to clear the atmosphere An agreement not to assist or employ during the winter season those who refuse to la bor during spell carried are to toll while negroes and white trash live by and idleness the time Is far distant the arm of the law will oeal severe l pilferer and vagrant The white k tr farateh to Befroes wijftktf ministers disbellve the 1 We indignant- at but such interests ILls devotion Swarm problem worship people indifferent our fast enjoying thieves the pilfering not when strong w1tq the folks will not 1 board the The q- s reRa amore eetie le trthe firll r- y T y tee fQ 0 Come in and let U8 dress you up so 2 you will 2 KHHP I See our Crash Snits for HotWeatber Wear I We can show you a great of hot weather Shirts nice line of Cool Underwear a beautiful line 1 of thin I See ourstraw hats Ii T Logan Price Clotkjer 3 YY tt- rr 1 l wa 90ta000Q ta 0 COOL line socks forhotweath- er t The Die 6- aQ L Bad For Lancaster Down at Winchester the other day we overheard two men talking about the Sunday excursions to Cincinnati Yes said one as a rule the order is perfect but there are a few fellows who come from down at Lancaster who evidently havent been very far from home They want Ito appear as bad uns drink whisky and cuss will have to slap the taste out of their mouths before long apd they will learn how to behave We said nothing but did considerable The Records good friend K FPos tle has shown wisdom by contracting for an immense amount of space in these columns for another year He knows that to get trade he must use printers ink and plenty of it He dont waste money on every little fool scheme brought around but puts his dollars where they will count make a grave mistake by money on programs catalogues and other matter that is seldom read Remember this a person never sits down to read the home paper until he or she has time to read every line in it and if you have an ad therein its going to be seen and its going to be read Not so with other stuff Mer chants go into other schemes spend a lot of money and charge it up to ad vertising when it is most anything else but advertising To succeed in business you must advertise and that means you must put your ads where the people will see them Beat Our Lincoln Democrat Not long ago Lancaster Record quoted Dr J B Kinnaird as authority for the state in a fight he witnessed be tween a crow and a big snake the feathered fighter murdered its antag onist in cold blood in the Fork neighborhood this week Mr J M Aldridge an aged gentleman said to us Just put in the Lincoln Dem ocrat that I those turkey hens yonder kill a big black racer the other day and It the hottest fight in Garrard county The snake was trying to catch one the little turkeys when its mother It The snake itself around old turkeys body and the was on turkey hop then bounded into the arena for fifteen or twenty minutes the battle terrific but the dust the 6foot snake cold in death the victorious turkey hens and strutted away with a commendable air of Vic tortoys pride Mr Cfearfee Buntett I f t f A Hustler Merchants Lie meat that war if it t 1 if Someone thinking wasting the While sax two was ever witnessed tackled wound the other anti Was when smoke cleared away was little ones a pwirttieabevta Mttaea y fee WC and Kind Word For The Record Winchester this Louis Landram editor of the Record gives his impression of our city He has been taking the treatment and we are glad to say he is being much benefited Lang dram is one of the best men connected with the press of Kentucky and the success of the Kentucky Press is due in a large degree to his in defatigable labors in its behalf His paper The Record is one of our best exchanges and the people of Lancas ter should be proud of their paper and its editor A Tribute For the first time since our organi zation death has claimed of number Mrs Elizabeth Simpson We feel deeply this homegoing of our for she was faithful and verily She shall be missed her seat will be empty In her quite homelife and In the gentle fulfilling of ties as mother she left an impress that will never be effaced Her chil dren rise up and call her blessed Next to her home her church was her pride and its societies her joys We remember lovingly her work and her faith Lancaster Auxiliary CWBM Married at Stone On Wednesday evening June 3rd at the home of Mr and Mrs Mat Folger Walter Fayne and Miss Viola Folger surprised their most intimate friends by being quietly married by the Rev G W Thompson It was purely a home wedding no one being invited To say that the groom has been lucky in win ning the hand of such a beautiful young lady for bride and life com panion puts it too mildly She is pos sewed of all the thatgo to make the true woman Mr Payne is a young farmer of many sterling qualities may their life be one of happiness and con tentment Mistake The fourteen mistakes of life are To set up yoar owa standard of Tight and and Judge people accord ingly to measure the eBjoyiaent of others by OUOWB toexpect of opinion in this world to for Judgment and experience injoutb to endeavor to mould all alike to look for perfection in our own to worry ourselves and others with what cannot be remedied not to yield in immaterial matters not aeedsallevla tlaff as lies in our power to raal e allowance for the Infirmities of often to coorider everything impos we linnet perform to be only what oujr finite minds grasp to expect te be able to nafer ttond eTerytMar Bff lttt iwd freatMt mi Uke of te to live for UM ties aloes wk aay I IT 7ji DemocratIn Issue Lancaster Association one fur graceS Life uniform call i Ilit I J osteopathic our Sister herds his Fourteen wrong look it actions taM ads tar not Bible that tiS all aaj latiraah h M 11c Yr ions w c T U According to custom Flower Mis sion Day was observed by the local W O T U Saturday the day set apart by Miss Jennie Cassady a lovely Chris tian woman who was an invalid for thirty years Impressive memorial service was held at their room led by the president after which two com mittees were appointed one to visit the sick and another to carry flowers to the Cemetery to decorate the graves of those who have gone beyond For the first time since the Union has been observing this day there were no prisoners in the county jail Is not this a convincing argument in favor of Local Option Sunday afternoon the ladies will visit the county Mr Chumbley will preach at this institution at 3 p m All are cordially invited to attend Kentucky Cnaataaqua The Seventeenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington June 30 to July 10 inclusive One of the best programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon applica tion to Charles Scott Business Mana ger Lexington Ky m29tf iT it almshouse FUNERAL DIRECTORS ArIIrIll MU4 JABEAZLEYCO1 0 rl CnityFii We bavethe most complete line of FUINTTUM awl D L DAVIDSON v Life policies bought caste loaned on for MUM e CAltPftS u PrICeI 1 i r To be found i aif- LOwa x A AtLasr for for IV- t A CENTRA RECORD Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SeeondCltai Jfult Matter Lancaster Ky June 12 9P3 Uncle Sam is on the right track now that he is weeding out rascals and thieves in the post office department If the Investigation will be kept up and no pets be allowed to slip thro the fingers great good will come of the effort to punish the thieves and jobbers now in the service Now that Mr Roosevelt is back at his desk be should do all in his power to assist the officers working on the case The presidential election is not so far off however and nothing may result for the good of the service In the sixtynine years of his life a Missouri man has buried twentysix wives and just married the twenty seventh That fellow has a bright fu ture in the world to come if he goes to a warmer place as he will be some what acclimated Any man who has successfully withstood that number of cold feet and mothersinlaw The soldiers now in Breathitt noun ty have captured a small searchlight and killed one cow This is much results than were expected of the expedition The searchlight might be nsed to try and see what good will come of the sham trial now in in Its no use to beef over the cow Editor Harry Sommers says in his News If the average country editor would devote half the space and half the time to good roads that he does to politics he would twice as much for both his paper and his county Mrs Hetty Green the richest in the world has secured a or her permit to carry a pistol We dont know where Hettie carries the gun but if she totes it Kentucky style a robber can get her diamonds before she can draw Rev Dr Hillis says we all go to the devil on 50000 a year We desire his reverence two questions First where is our part of the fifty Second does he ever kick for a raise in his salary The Salvation Army proposes the Breathitt county feudists with their gospel If they will mix a good sprinkle of buckshot with it some good will possibly be accom plished Our exchanges are just now devoting much space so the sweet girl gradu ates Why add the word sweet Who ever saw a girl at that age who Wasnt sweet Do people eat too much asks the New York Tribune If they are coun try editors No emphatically No McCREAEV CMr Forest Curtis wife and children are visiting their grand parents Mrs Charles Tarter and children Somerset are visiting her parents Miss Nell Bourne of Bourne Is vas iting her sister Mrs Kinnaird War nerMrsP G Warner who has been sick we are glad to say is able to be out againMiss Flornle Catron and Mr Ben Ham Jr are visiting friends at Som ersetMiss Mamie Kelley visited at Mr Bee Rays and attended preaching ChapelMrs Marshall Eason and wife of your city visited their daughter Mrs Walker recently Mrs James Jones and two daughters of your town visited her mother at Freedom Sunday Mrs Wm Simpson and son have re wife lor and daughter Miss Eliza visited Mrs Henry Kulhman of Bryantsville recantly Mr and Mrs Dee Gulley of and Mrs James of visited Mr Herbert Galley wife Sunday Beautify your yard with an iron fence or gate Lowest estimate oh all work clover is a native of the ca Is also the nutmeg 1 JQUltlIANDRAM j Itobet- ter progress Elizabethtown accomplish woman renewal to reform t accompaniedMr J T Hardin and J S Nay Lancaster Layton II loweStISlandsas I 7 i task o a Cincinnati an The Mal e n jijJPrr4 1m n Ml NS l M nl Ei t ilGOl r a 1 MARKSBDRY John Simpson sold to Ike Dunn a nice Jersey cow for 40 Mr Fred Sutton ofLexington was in this vicinity last week Thomps Pollard bought of James Spillman a good cow for 33750 Miss Eliza Williams of Burgin was among the visitors at the Fork church Sunday RevW P Harvey of Louisville will preach at the Fork church Sunday June 14th Mason Pollard sold the land adjoin ing the Mason School house to James Speaks for 575 Misses Mamie Uuderwood of was the pleasans guest Sunday of Miss May Chesnut Mr N H Bogie and wife spent last Tuesday and Wednesday friends at Beuna Vista Sallie Fox attended the Wom ans Missionary Conference at theLan caster Methodist church Little infant of Mr and Mrs Mason Pollard was interred in the Lancas ter Cemetery Sunday afternoon Miss Knapp West of Lancaster was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Madames Charles Burdett and John WoodsMiss Sue Sutton accompanied Mrs J I Hamilton of Lancaster on a visit to Bichard Hackleys at Beuna Vista recentlyMr Rice Mrs Victor Rice and little daughter Stella V spent Sunday at Williamstowny with Mrs Richard Ware Miss Rosie Spangler visited home folks Sunday and wife visited atEb Cooks Sunday W H Furr bought a hog of PeteKav anaugh for 5c per lb Frank Gross bought nine shoats of GId Rothwell at 5 per hundred Mr Clarence Holtzclaw visited Miss Myrtle Corminey Sunday evening Lightning killed four fat steers longing to Woods Walker Saturday evening W H Furr bought a heifer from Dutch Rose for 25 and one from Hol Rose 20 Eld A Murrells subject next Sun day June 14 will be the PascalLamb All ought to hear him Arthur Ball and wife Eld A J Mur rell Will Spangler and W H Frur at Charley Dillions Sunday W B Bennett happened to the min fortune to have his barn and contents with a lot of com burned one night last week W H Furr bought a load of corn of Len Nave at 250 a barrel and a load from B F Parsons for 3 per bbl also a load from W G Gooch for 275 per barrel S W Creech the mall carrier is sick this week Creech bought of Willie Prather a horse for 85 Several from this place attended exercises at Berea- I Mrs Robert Conn of Manse spent several days with her daughter Mrs EG Creech week Uncle Billy McClanahan has to his home after visiting rela lives and friends for several days OP Tudor and wife returned to home in Hamilton Ohio after two weeks visit to relatives and friends I Hubble Mrs wm Lawson bet for vis- Ited xlrrA E G commencement last returned Saturday their with FLATWOODS Cemetery WorkThose desiring to erect memorial in the Spring should place their orders now and thus be A Handsome GraniteMonmnent and material guaranteed first clue home and Mure agents and travelers ezpeuses Watrard gunt Marble kir 1 sure anythingPat- ronize a The Works STLMPOPD ITRXZ1- x r csk iY PAINT LICK Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford Is visiting relatives here Mrs H W Ralston has returned to her home in Cynthiana The foundation of the new church at Fairvlew is being laid Mr and Mrs Hutch of Bryantsville is visiting relatives here Walter Hammack has accepted a position with A B Estridge Mr Ernest Wood shipped a car load of lambs that averaged 94 Ibs Miss Delia Murry of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs Pies Murry Mr and Mrs Ike Arnold spent Sun day with Mrs Nannie Jones at Dan villeMrs Will Champ has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Ellen Mc ClureMr and Mrs B G Kilgore of Dallas Texas are the guests of her father J E ParksMrs M Norris and children of Richmond were the guests of here Finley Davis left Saturday for Liv ingston where he will clerk in his brothers store Miss Katie Denton entertained the Glee Club last Friday from eight till were served and a enjoyable evening spent The hemp in this section has been mostly cut down by the cut worms Willis Adams has planted his crop the third time and is now setting it tobaccoMr Terrill who has been book keeper at the bank for the past year will leave about the first of July to make his home in Texas Ollie is a good boy and has many friends at this place who will be sorry to see him leave HAMMACK Mr J L Payne visited Sunday at Rev J L Reeves Mr and Mrs Will Conn and little son visited Mrs Ross Sunday Miss Fannie Austin returned to her home at Stanford Wednesday Farmers are very much encouraged since the good rains have The lecture given at Good Hope Sunday night was well attended Mr Woods Walker bad four large cattle by lightning Saturday Miss Hammack sold a cow and calf for 83000 also bought a horse for 50 Misses Virgie and Mittie Worhell were caling on friends here Sunday evening Cormney little Willie and Miss Virgie Worhell visited at this place last week BEUNA VISTA Thos Poor and wife spent Sunday with relatives Robinson of Versailles was in our midst last week Will Lane of Richmond paid our village a last week Hollis Ransdell and family of Rich mond are with relatives here Will DIckerson and family of Mc Creary visited relatives here last week Geo R Spilman and wife of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Spilman Mrs Isaac Hamilton of Lancaster spent Saturday with her brother Lane Jr Mrs Ross Evans of Kansas City vis fled here last week for the first time since childhood Kurtz and Mattingly of Mercer have been guests of their fa ther Dudley Barnett LOWELL There will be a wedding here about the 15th of this month Will tell more about it then Hog cholera is very bad how Several people have lost a number of fine bogs JiiwHeSaey of Berea is visiting at Ansil Parker and wife spent Sunday with Wra Henderaonte very with the mumps Mc HeBdersoe spent Sunday with at PeytontowB here JMt having their I tenrefreshments come Lytha Mrs F J B JJI J alt i j ri f 1t4 relatives most killed calf Will Mesdames Here Hurt lilies Msrtha sick his brother Joins Several are r 4 l3 Y a Left in Powells store ladys black cloak Owner can have same by at office and paying for this notice Goe After Officers Stanford addition to the charge along the customary lines Judge Saufley informed the grand jury that the members of the county court are liable to indictment for failure to keep the turnpikes in repair and that the magistrates are liable on their offi cial bonds for any damages that may accrue on account of accidents due to defects in the pikes He also said that the trustees of the various towns in the county are not doing their duty and that he would be glad if the grand jury would stroll through the streets of Stanford while in session and exam condition and also if to examine the streets of the other towns in the county A Good Idea The Trustees of the Graded Schools are thinking seriously of adopting a uniform for the girl pupils and their idea is meeting with the hearty ap proval of patrons of the school The many advantages can readily be seen One of the most important is that the adoption of a plain inexpensive suit with the mortarbeard hat would put all on an equal that is the rich pupils would not then appear clad in finer clothes than those of moderate means This alone should warrant the uni form There are other advantages which we believe will cause the to take the step I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have nev er been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but used Kodol I can eat and feel that my health is than it ever was in my life I can not say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia ii taken as directed M D Steel M D Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie 1 Aug Cherries were known in Asia as far back as the seventeenth century Drives to Desperation 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 1m The turnip came from Rome That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less merit for Sick and Nervous Head aches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c money back if not cured Sold by McRoberts druggist 1m The peach came from 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 mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by all druggists 1m The nasturtium came from Peru A Seiloas Mistake E C DeWitt Co is the of the firm who make thegenuine Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is the Witch Havel Salve that heals leav ing a scar It is a serious to De Witts Witch Salve cures blind bleeding itching andoprotruding piles eczema and all skin diseases by F P Friable druggist 1m Horseradish is a hative of England Kodol Strength by the digestive organs to di gent assimilate all of the wholesome that eaten into the kind of blood nourishes feeds the tissues hardens muscles and recuperates the or gans of the1 entire pepela cures JOys jpfBlai Catarrh of and Frtabie dn gtot JournalIn Inetheir since1 better 1 drugstore perSia name bruises X tomac1 I4 t jo t t calling this practicable trustees anything S your tee without mistake use another Hazel burns Sold Giver enabling and transform maybe henerves the Cure Indigestion tile by F Is everywhere recognized as the ono remedy that can always be depended upon and tbat is pleistnt to take It is especially valuable fur summer dia rhoea in children and is undoubtedly the means of saving the lives of a great many children each year For sale by all druggists Spinach is a Persian plant 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 Earley Risers They ate different from all other pills They do not purge the system Even a double dose will nitgripe weaken or sicken many people call them the Easy Pill W II Howell Houston Tex says nothing better can be used for constipation sick headache etc Bob Moore Lafayette Ind says all others gripe and sicken while De Witts Little Early Risers do their work well and easy Sold by F P Frisbie druggist 1m Quinces came from Corinth 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 costive ness nervous dyspepsia headaches despondent feelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civi lized countries and we wish to cor respond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing Ifso something more is the matter with you The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store G G Green Woodbury N J Aug 29 Filberts came from Greece This is not a gentle 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 of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years you will be thankful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many 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 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 StoreAug 29 Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are receiving daily some of the handsomest 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 sine specialties These pa 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 work by com petent men Paints and Window Glass We havethe best paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the prices 306 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to Rive you th- eM Cairiaie and REPAIRING we have ever done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our work 1I L I 1II1Hd 1 m Wanted curedand never s i z e II Caution wordbut treatment Croupand ready mixed AE ibbons j I n W rIFItor 0 1 iJ iJ AiiIihariaiaa fJalie CI nlora Tina Itiarriiora N serious mornings S ail t 4p a ye Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material I t l f MCROBERTS OUR STOCK OF INSPECTION VEHICLBSI IS NOW READY FOR YOUR I oooq A Our display this season surpasses anything have ever at tempted to show J r Our experience oi over 20 years knowing what to buy and J to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember Jfbuy in car lots for cash You get the benefit 1 KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO j O Successors to Bruce Bright 4 Danville Kentucky We want to sell you your PAINT i we I d Now In StocK i hi how we j irOOc4 o 0 POver o illl re v le er a eS OVe Ios ill e e e Lull x tf 00000000oo 0000000000000000 00000000000000000rvOC 0 Q 0 O O 0 DRUGSTORE Z OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE 0 S A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices are Right ling In Tlie Paint Line Pristies Drug Store I The Fox Studio OUR AIMWe 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 Easels Etc We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY Fox Studio I The 0 0 1 VCC 6 0 e00000000000000000000000000000000000000C Engravings r I Lanmlon For Sale llso Peerless Iceland iii Freezer Best Ice Cream j- jI Freezer made Call and i 1 see buy H BALLOU PERSONALS Mrs Merritt is visiting Mrs Douglas MerrittJudge R A Burnside at home this week Miss Theo ITcinphill visiting friends in e Mrs Clay Dunn has joined her hus band in Richmond Mr Jesse Walden and family of Dan l MiV Bread 19J and D lA M was I s gssXira tSVC 4y sC 444 4 Dan it f from a vnfc her lira OTi Overeirect ofLittle Hickman Misses Jiarlha and Gill Thursday from Glendale they have been attending school Col Ford of Rome Ga and Mrs James Letcher of Henderson are guests of the family of W B Mason Mr j Randolph Harris wife and daughter Katharine of Lincoln have been visiting the family of Mr E HarrisMr Denman and wife who have been guests of Mr Alex West and fam ily have returned to their home in Nicholasville Richmond Pantagraph Judge Wil liam Herndon of Lancaster was in this city yesterday Judge Herndon is a distinguished lawyer and cultured gentleman Mr Coleman Neff was in Lancaster Wednesday on business Mr Sam B Harris of Louisville has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Sam is holding down a good position with Bonnie Bros the wholesale liquor men He is a fine business man wellknown and very popular among Louisville business men Stanford Journal Misses Irene Romans Bessie May Lear Allie Yan tis of Lancaster Lillie V of Nicholasville and Bessie Guliey of McCreary and Mrs Will Lear of Lan caster were entertained at a house party by Miss D Yantis Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead was the guest of Miss Helen Thurmond Mrs Woods Walker Misses Mary Jane and Mat tie Walker of Garrard were guests of Mrs J C Hays Master Joseph Price of Garrard was the guest of Dr A S PriceWinchester Mr and Mrs Louis Landram of Lancaster spent several hours Monday in the city Mr Landram is editor and pub fisher of the Central Record one of the brightest and best country week lies in the State For some time he has been alllcted with rheumatism and is now taking treatment under Dr Stubblefield Mr Landrams misfor tune with respect to health is occa sion for deep regret yet with all his pains and cares he is to lie envied for he is blessed with a wife whose beauty and vivacity are exceeded only by her charming manner and unselfish devo tion Danville News J H Kinnaird Car 11 r lau hl r tot Helen returned whir little lest Sun Misses Jonnie qf Lancaster and Jean Warren of Danville came over to see Mia Josephine Warren graduate Danville News Mr Louis Hern don of Lancaster was in Danville Sunday Messrs Brannan Beazley and George Palmer of here Monday James H Arnold banker railroad magnate and man of Kansas City Mo was here a few days ago He is a former Garrard County man and moved West some years ago Mr Arnold is a Director and member of the Executive Board of the Kansas City Mexico and Orient Railroad Company which is construct ing a trunk line from Kansas City Mo to Topolobampo a deep water port on the south entrance to the Gulf ot California State of Sinaloa Mexico a distance of 1600 miles ADDITIONAL LOCAL 150 round trip to Cincinnati Sun day Train leaves Lancaster at five a m Mr Chas Jennings of Danville and Miss Minnie Burton or Kirksville were married Tuesday evening Both are prominent people ana have many friends who extend congratulations Contest at Stanford The 10th Annual Elocutionary Con test will be held at Waltons opera house Stanford June 19th There are eleven entries the best talent in this section of the state and the con test will be the best ever held First prize 20 in gold second prize 10 Write E H Beazley and secure seats Civic League Sleeting A Citizens Meeting under call of the Garrard Law and Order League has been appointed to meet at the County Court room to night Thurs day 11th at 745 p m This meeting is one in the regular order provided in the ByLaws of the League It will give consideration however to matters of recent local interest in which every good citizen should be vitally interested Ladies are cordi ally invited Annual Conference or Women Societies District The Womens Missionary Society of the Methodist church representing the counties of Garrard LincolnBoyle Mercer Washington Jessamine and Madison is in session at the Memorial Methodist church in Lancaster iI i Lancasterwere asour Duncan all s Missionary Culf of Ancient I raol has reached maturity and maternity and progeny is now worshipped In a thousand pantheons Everywhere the false and the true the good and the the lambent of heaven and sulphuric shadows of hell meet and blend No where yet every where floats the white veil and flaming en signs of the modern Mokana while dudes stand wrangling about the cut of a collardoubtingwith which hand we should tip the hat and won dering if Josephs coat were a sack cutaway or swallowtail Men waste their energy on childish trifles and ev ery foolish breath every heartbeat is bearing us tcross Times narrowsands into the broad bosom of that sea hath no shore Examination Examination for white teachers will he held Friday and Saturday June 1920Examination for colored teachers will be held Friday 2627 ExaminatIo to try for the scholarship at State College Lexington Ky will be held June 25th 1903 This examination is competitive and is open to all between 14 and 20 years of age All three examinations will be held at County Supts office The Garrard County Institute for White Teachers will be held at the Court House July 1317 1903 All Teachers are required to attend un less excused from attending by the County Superintendent otherwise their certificates will be revoked tf Mrs L L Walker Co Supt Abolish the Farm Gate There is talk of erecting a handsome entrance and gate to the Graded School grounds Most anything would be an improvement over the farm gate now in service That property is too handsome to stand behind a horse high pigtight farm gate Business Change Mr R G Ward has sold his coal bus ness to Messrs Thos Austin and Alex Beazley These gentlemen will con tinue the business at the old stand and as both are hustlers will keep nothing but the best coal and plenty of it notice to Lot Owners The Trustees has had barrels placed at convenient points in the Cemeteiy in which to throw withered flowers waste paper and other trash It is Ib 1 th G lan light proper which andSaturdayJune for students who desire Its evil applicants Business Japalac at Store 3t Chicken teed aU kinds cheap Potts Bros 22tf For sale sow and seven polandchina pigs J C Hemphlll 515tf Ingersoll watches 81 Thompson the Jeweler 12 r Paint at Frisbies Drug ma153t Tomato plants for sale Mrs J W Grant Get Water at Frisbies Drug Store m53t Bring Drug j criptions toFrisbies m53t New line of Stationary at Frisbies Drug Store f ml53t your Japalac at Frisbies Drug shades m153t j Best line offgars in town at Fris bies Drug Stork m153t Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices 424tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday He is doing some splendid work 24tf Farmer Bolted or unbolted meal exchanged for corn in the ear Potts Bros ju5tfNew of brooches white stone pearls and diamonds Thompson the Jeweler 12 We have in the Paint line Buy it herVFrisbies Drug Store m153t China plates etc at reduced prices to make room for new importations Thompson the Jeweler 12 Farmers bring us your grain and get a good turnout of the best flour and meal on the market Potts Bros 22tf We are prepared to do paper hang ing and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us placing your order Fine line of samples on band McMillin Bros m58tf H f rug Buy Store you Buy Storeall J R Haseldens in before and Bargains Frlsbie oda pour Store enamal ever BROS oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o POTTS ville were here Sunday Mr R II Batson who has been quite sick is very much better Senator George Farris spent a few days at home this week Miss Oma Guliey is visiting her sis at Buckeye this week Mr William Noel of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mr R E Hughes of Louisville spent Sunday with relatives here Mrs Joseph Bogps of Richmond is Visiting Miss Nell Johnston Miss Alberta Anderson is in Rich mond visiting Mrs Z T Rice Mrs James Beazleyand children arc Visiting relatives in Winchester George Harris the popular operator of Stanford was at home Sunday Mr James Arnold of Kansas City Mo was here for a few days visit Mrs Juliette Rogers has returned from a few days visit to Cincinnati Miss Lena Rigney has been visiting hcrcousins Misses Cotton of Danville Miss Lizzie Hudson is visiting her cousin Miss Alleen Hudson of Dan villeMrs Charles Reid and children of Middlesboro are guests of Mrs Mary Reid Mr Owen Shugars who is working insurance was here a days this week Capt W J Kinnaird of Mladlesboro has been visiting his parents Squire H Kinnaird and Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Miller Danville avenue Aunt Susan Anderson has been pending a week with her daughter 4rs Daly of Marksbury Miss Ashbury who has been ing for Miss has returned o her home Amanda Evans has returned t r W leN Ito I wi r few wife l e trim near Cincinnati Ors jY r rol Price Charley West Brannon Beazley and John Simpson of attended the hop J S Doty visited in Louisville last weekCol W S Beazley attended court in Lexington Monday Mr Virgil Conn of Manse is visiting at his uncles J B Conn Mr Embry of Lexington is visiting his cousin Mr Harry Anderson Mr W S Ferguson of Covington is here to remain until after harvest Mrs Susan Anderson spent last week with her daughter Mrs Cyrus Daly Miss Kate Walker of Lexington is visiting her neice Mrs R A Burnside Mrs T H Allen has returned home after a very pleasant visit at Carters ville Miss Mary Landram Burnside has returned from a delightful visit friends in Versailles Danville Advocate Miss Nannie Gaines has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Shelby county Richmond Register Miss Alberta Anderson of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs Z T Rice Mr Harry Anderson gave a very en party Tuesday evening in of his guest Mr Embry of Delightful refreshments served and a most charming evening spentThe many friends of our townsman Miller will be glad to learn that toe carried off the honors of his class again this year at the Annapolis Naval Academy There were 163 In and Garrard is proud of Interior Journal Ml s s iMayme Ramsey of Garrard is with her sister Mrs Bright Jr Miss Stella J A and DrjyFE Beazley of with their brothers and j Lancaster to- I honor were J is caster y i Lexington Paul the class Paula John liallou visiting her brother at Lae Mr Lancaster sister here V J paper goes to press occasion it is in every sense of the word the papers addresses and discussions indl eating most thoughtful preparation Attendance from all the counties is most happy feature is the invitation to and participation the proceedings by the Societies of the sister churches in Lancaster The Record hopes to give further Items of the Conference in next issue The Universal Mistake Lexington If one could bUt briefly review the sermon at the several Lexington churches yesterday or elsewhere for that it would be observed that altho the churches are known by different names and styles of different there is a remarkable similar ity between them ana tendency upon the part of Gods ministers to get and pull in the same direction for the uplifting of mankind instead of opposing each other when engaged in precisely same kind of labor And why should men quarrel about their faiths when all religions and must necessity be one the worship of a superior and creative power All the Bibles and sacred books the Ve dabs the Koran and Talmud all the prayers and prophecies are the halt voice of mankind crying for light seeking to know mysteries of his own life Throughout the great men have heard thevoice of Siddar tha the whisperings of the Dodona Oaks they have climbed with Moses Sinais 38aming and listened to the prayer of Christ garden of Getbsemane yet they all aim to worship great Father of in age In every clime adored By saint by and by sage Jehp vah Despite this however has been busy building idols whlliB ethnic im While dragging the Phaiuri from pedestal observeda denominations the are ota on every ve rLordn t f t Alive Democrat preached mater together fundamentally and theloins articulate the wilderness crest in the the same all savage Lucifer new men have been ages men have been IrlaU its 3 Yl X f t- z J especially requested that these will be so used and thus assist in keeping the place as neatly as possible j122t Senator McCreary Answer Some weeks ago the New York World wrote to fifty prominent men leaders In every department through out the country asking them their views on the question J What is tbe greatest achievement of the human mind in the last twenty years Among the number thus queried was SenatorDJames B McCreary of whose answer was The of electricity to illumination transportation and quick Mr McCreary said In pat that the application of electricity was revolutionizing the illumination of our towns and cities and the light our public buildings and rest dences That the application of elec tricity to transportation was in places superceding the use of as it is said that electric trains can be operated at onesixth of the cost of trains and scientific men claim that it will not be long until by electricity will cost only onetenth much as steam That the application of electricity to quick communication is attracting much attention all over the world The systems of wireless teleg raphy presented by DeForest Fessen den and Marconi have attracted mush attention among all nations The United States Government appointed Commissioners a months ago to make an investigation and report on systems and their findings were favor of the DeForrest system The officers of the Louisiana Purchase commonly called Is Worlds Fair have made to use the DeForrest system during the time the fair is being bald the greatest of age will be that the pnlcereandvlsifr ors of propose to cote with every building and depart ment without the use of wire One of the of to the Heading bis ki I 1 ingot steam as transportation- by S Lon correi n itJ1l1i oJ t s Richmond application communication steam transportation few these Exposition the arrangements and oneof wanders any the fair the wrote Senator Dose answer a Sv1- u 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 22tt 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 Cesar Posts For I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price to SOcts They are strictly A L Paint Lick Ky a10tf For Sate I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak hoards two to three feet made by Win Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Notice I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year if not paid in a few days will be advertised as the law requires me to close my books B W Treas 58tf You owe it to your family to have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The splendid a24 tf F N taee All especially Ptenicers and Fl bermenare warned to keep off the premises upon which the Cave Spring te situated or they will be prosecuted for trespass This course has become imperative in order to mpittier who is very insults drankefflMSS rtotoas Sale S FIsh 1 Harris protect y YusZL r t 1 I from 20cts W Beards O2 work Is persona sow Old I et alactrinclndis g pistol shootingco ate c May Jxa a w b FLOURManufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave v PHONE 100 C JLJL9JUL gJLgflgg AJ QOOOPOoQOgOPOPPO QJLBA5LR ftJUlflAff flJULRJlA e e 0 Twine 12 c LUHKEIta TWINESisal Paris Offlce store DkBvllle st Notio to Creditors All p r eBsluiTlB claims g lB th e8t te f MMfMM fmtte deed present or Mteraer J V or before let 1983 Darts Sattoa Scull a o Btof good caltlva awpy seed M West I I I I W S O C B Dent I I properly Aof r 1 ij iIfiJ BEAZLRY SARIS eazley over Thomp oas Will acme proven e a Robinson ea gnat fur L FEED STOREa- nd EXCHANGE Geo Smith JrNOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work specialty Type writing at reasonable rate Offlee at L Walker office For Clerk We are authorised to caadldate for nomInation for the once ot Clerk of the Gamurd Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party a L announce UaalJ Circuit 3W son asa FAVORITE K jRESCR WSMEN h Ll- rr T Land Stock Crops There is a shgrtatjo if hands and burses for the wheat harvest in and the State Employment Agent says 25000 men and 4006 teams are needed The average yield of wheat to the acre in Europe is 38 bushels Much more lalo and fertilizer is given grain fields in the old countries than in American Society of equity re quests the farmers to hold their wheat for 1 on the Chicago market This is the first attempt of the organization to secure united action for the pur pose of securing increased values for farm products Look Here We have a fine stock of vehicles Anything you want and our prices are right Romans El more 12tf The record sale of tobacco was made on the Louisville tobacco breaks last Week 1000 hogsheads of old Bur ley were sold to the Continental Company at 100000 8150050 This disposes of almost the whole available supply of old Burley A big shipment of export cattle was made from E J Curleys distillery at Camp Nelson Glass Ruble sold 1 000 head of 1000 pound slop fed cattle te Simon Well of Lexington tp go to New York for export The price paid 4c There is a general complaint among the farmers of Grant county about a weed that is devastating the bluegrass pasture land Many of them say it rape Great patches of it can be found in the meadows of almost every farm in the county Its growth is thick thus smothering out the grass Do you need harness See onr stock and get our prices They are right Romans Elmore 12tf The indications are that the crop of bluegrass seed will be very short this year Pastures that have not been grazed will produce only about half a crop while those that have been ed will produce much less The has headed out low but there is not much undergrowth to interfere with gatheringA report from Kansas City touching the condition of the mule market runs thus Dealers claim that it is not a question of selling mules that worries them nowadays but the difficulty is in securing enough stock 15 hands and up too meet the demand of the trade I have a tongueless cultivator for sale only used a few times and in fine shape J W Elmore 12tf Thirty thousand quarts of strawber ries were picked on May 15th from the 100 acre patch of State Senator E F Cromwell in the suburbs of Nofolk Va The work was done by 300 who received 700 for the days work The packing in crates cost 300 The berries were sold to a local firm at nine cents or 2700 and the firm them for shipment to the north Imagine a procession of ten thous ft 7 l oC C I j oursThe Tobacco between was ne- groes resold at a pofit of Kau bag i gra see 8159 and CiUtlfl jnuichirjfwo jttjd tvo 11 WITH iiiihs lout let twrinty Ml siiid liti follow them lie li i ailing UVolve wiles of roirt ifi r them I drive sixtoeii miles Of hogs twenty seven thousand strong then let thirty thousand fowls up tlu rear chicking and quacking and gobbling a space of six miles and in this whole caravan stretching nearly fifty miles and requiring two days to pass a point you will animals devoted to death in the packing house of one company at Chicago in a single day The meat packing industry began year with April The packers are now looking over last years busi ness with anything but satisfaction year 4806000 fewer hogs were slaughtered than in the preceding year and the amount of meat was 418000000 Ibs less Fewer hogs were marketed and sold than in any years since 1897 The price of live rose to a high record figure and provision exports decreased corres tondingly The exports of fresh pork were the lowest for six years It was notable too that the hogs were not up to the standard of fatness demand ed by the prosperity of the times for the weight of lard obtained in propor Lion to the weight of hogs was less than it had been for 30 years McCord Adams of Winchester sold to John D Duvall a 4yearold mule for 210 In Mason county Ham Bros were offered 75 for a black mare mule colt 44 inches high to be delivered at weaning Exports of corn from time United States for ten months ending April 30 1903 were 62541355 bushels against 25275521 bushels for the cor responding period in the year before If anybody is in a position to make money with poultry it is the farmer and yet the farmer generally says there is no money in hens this too in the face of the fact that he knows of poultrymen who are making the business profitable is the best to buy wears better lighter and the price is right Elmore 12tf There are many farmers and who still plant Irish potatoes in ridges It has been demonstrated over and over that level culture is the best as potatoes to do well require a great deal of moisture and ridges dry out much sooner than level land Some poultrymen treat their fowls as if they were buzzards or something of that sort and feed them any kind of old spoiled food fowls treated in this manner are liable to become Keep the food troughs and feeding pens clean The Drovers Journal says that the explanation of the current high prices for big choice mutton sheep is found in figures on exports of mutton by the Treasury Department which show a total exportation of pounds of mutton in the last eight months against only 253381 pounds for the same period last year Total d WI tt1YW c given seethe Last hogs tIme- s andRo- mans gardeners diseased r ill bring over anew produced run 60750 a exports of drpssff iniU n liiinilji of l Viriuv ivereilVKH J3U1 iKilifte HK saivA in Tnis intiroiDse Piotli A ntFl ea Is due to the shortage of in Australia England is the only buyer of American mutton The as a whole is bound to prove short stocks of old hay are much reduced and in many sections exhausted Farmers should realize these Important facts at the outset and with the near approach of harvest insist on reasonable prices for the crops True large areas of the west and southwest have had rain and to spare but equally wide territory from Chicago including parts of Illinois and into New England severely through drouth grass at a through much of Aprl and May Generous distribution of mid sunshine from now on would do something to relieve the situation in central and eastern hay states but the uniform trend of all testimony is toward a scant crop in many leading Ten Years III lieu R A Gray J P Oakvill Ind writes For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys It was so severe that I could not move part of the time I consulted the very best medicrl skill available but could get no relief until Foleys Kidney Cure was reccommeuded to me It has been a Godsend to me C C J E Stormes 1m Apples were originally brought from the East by the Romans The is indigenous to Great Britian Evidence Fresh testimony in great quanity is constantly corning in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery LIon Coughs and colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFar land Bentorville Va serves as exam pie He 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 wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 8100 1m Parsley is said to have come from Egypt and mythology tells us that was used to adorn the head of Ilcr cules Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S II Newson Decatur Ala For three years she writes 1 endured insuf from stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed evitable when doctors and all reme dies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bow el troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m ll y ar eastward moisture areas fIV crabapple t Startlln for Consume bottles Lungs o terable pain indigestion ip recovered- S I lilt oho at tlnss mutton hay crop suffered standstill 4S it o MALARIAAn Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison The air becomes infec ted with the gases and arising from the marshes and low lands they systemMalariaseen and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is completely at the mercy of this hidden foe This invisible enemy may irregular slow circulation is the result This condition of enlargement of the spleen loss of and feeble digestion a Mpallid or yellow carbuncles abscesses ulcers m vegetable ofitsanddepressedand weakened by the millions of microbes and germs and an the rise to and serious troubles torpid liver VV I lotnsvuta KY March 26th 1902 For seven years I suffered with China and Fever crated by Malaria fa my system and each summer for several years I would relapse Finally myphysician pre scribed S In I took three bottles and they entirely cured me and I have never been troubled since I am sure no other medicine could have given me so complete and immediate relief I cannot speak too condition of his system and though he has taken but bottle already commences to feel better 931 West Market St L SHAPOFF system throucrh the S S takingS bloodand a v 1 and ore pustular and I eruptions anas are common symptoms of malaria person loses interest in his surroundings and faith in all human Malaria if fatal or permanently wreck the health can only be worked out of the impairedand foundation uf1 n for the iS time to the fight against this invisible enemy days will cause the germs to multiply and still further germs andneutralize the bad the poison offers the only hope ofa cure and the medicinethat accomplish this is S S not the blood of all morbid unhealthym tter b t it pure and healthy It and destroys tracepOison blood such vigorous condition poisonous matters of kind are from the systemthe spring nhot sultry summer erish constitution and now more the Malaria sufferer destroreined that can microbes andeffects of can S which searches out and alkeeps in a noare to accumulat but rom tI expelledp Darin opportune ovthe and ever J i neeos a good blood purifier and bracing tonic recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence this willrelieveand and allthe rapidly cc sluggishdigestion improve vital ogreat vegetable remedy perfectly the most delicateconsti f I toms your and Book n lr rro 1j r1Pf iJ c 2i if Its all minerall makes the deal reined in allado fed tntioilSou hAVeun s of Malarial poison write us boutian dour Physicians willtakeup case ou without char reeBlood 77 sw a urr Mrs SBRNE1 MACHINERYOnly Machines not made by the Trust i i BINDERS HEMP REAPERSAsk any of the following what they think of the Osbourne machines M F Arbuckle Jas Clarke Milt Malian T B Walker Tons Moore J M Saunders Jno Donnolme J A Hayden J A Burk G T Hig ginbotham V F Parks Jno M Parks Sold by R M WEST Lancaster Ky The World Still Sloven Winchester Democrat How few of HS are our own bosses The married men are subjects of their wives the bachelors to thtfir sweethearts the old maids cater to their cats and pood while all of us bow to that weak thing called public opinion We come into this world without our consent we leave it with a protest and while Here we kick at everything that cross es our path but all to know purpose The old world wags on not caring whether we live or die laugh or cry shout or sigh not caring a farthing why till we too turn up our toes and die and maybe to freeze or fry Cuts Bruises anil Burns Quickly Hcnlotl Chamberlains 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 by all druggists 1m Few men are capable of answering the arguments of a pretty 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 Yarning If you have kidney or bladder troub le 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 An Unlucky Year If something terrible doesnt hap pen to the human race before the end of this year Im no true prophet said the superstitious man Fate has written it down as plain as day and theres no way dodging it In the first place the year 1903 con tains a mighty bad combination of figures If them separately and add them up you will find that the result will be thirteen no matter which way you work it out All right You may laugh at me as far as I have gone but wait until I produce some facts In the year 1903 there are three days in which the thirteenth of the month falls on Fri day The first was February the next was March 13 and the last will be November 13 Take a look at the calendar and and on how many previous years had this many Fridays which came on the thirteenth of the month On the 13th of February I forgot myself and under a ladder Before I had gone half a block beyond that ladder I fell down and sprained my ankle I am going to stay In the house all day on the 13th of November and its ten the house will catch fire If figures count for this is the unluckiest year that old Father Time has presented to us in a mighty long while Its a combination that cant be beat and Im just sailing around looking for trouble all the time Ex Notice to Bondholders The following bonds of time Lancas ter Graded School will be redeemed July 1 1903 After that time interest will cease until paid Anyone hold log one or more of Nos 5 13 4748 49 61 71 and 74 will please such bond or bonds to 12 W Harris for redemption JB Kinnaird Secty WHerndon Prs plant of Great Britain I lIes treatment Forsale to one anything 4t L j N woman yoa take walked present Asparagus was originally awild seacoast 7tV VVVV V- n It is not till everybody else in her husband that a woman really believes in him Ills Lust 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 severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost impossible to check and along in June the case so bad he expected to die One day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Chamberlains Cholera and Diarahoea Remedy last hope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on the ground in great agony and in a few minutes the dose was repeated The good effect of the medicine was soon noticed and within an hour the patient was taking his first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a complete cure and he help but feel grateful The for bowel disorders being at hand item For sale by all 1m Some men a lot of time wish ing it were tomorrow Was WastillS tray 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 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 1 am now sound and well C C J E btormes 1m Men and clothes lines are apt to be unsteady when they have too many sheets in the wind R RepsentiDiWloiint Companies AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Aetna ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you wantevidence send us a trial bundle We will call for work 5i 53 N Main St Phones Ky Agent Lancaster Kenucky settlers became Colic as- a cannot season this i druggistS I n never KINNAIRDINSURANCE Life Ins HartfordGonn 202 H TLQGAN r hic I disbelieves waste Cog M N LAUNDRY Lexington r y y t rfY w Ttia uamaa tic at s i t torn of tUU mt crt taiitt u Ibo f11 tint 11 utul guuraiiteo Marsoos Rem c ijr These Ecutlcnien need no ctidomirfiit in theIr locality as nil of them nre rep liusliitss ineii iurt drug mm who successful hi their own affairs nud who merit the respect and esteem of the com munities In which they reside But before investing lu auy stock medicine ono should look carefully into the Personnel of Its man agements nud this I particularly invite in the most searching manner F I Frlsble of Lancaster Ky is now eel Marsees Cholera remedy mud is a drug man of pratical and successful experience in till druslmsiiless and to him largely is due the reputation thit the community enjoys as tho owner of the neatest most coin plct ly equipped arum economically managed drug store of any In this town JIarsees Cholera Remedy is not sowed broadcast up nud down in the laud neither Peddled but advocate the above plan through drug men molls Remember that you certainly can lose noth lug by trying Mnrsees Choera Remedy I am so confident that my remedy will do nil I claim for it that I am willing In every instance to sell it under a guarantee to cure or refund money nil I ask is tint you fol low the directions closely and give the remedy a tilt trial These gentlemen deserve yonr patronage for show their s riving to you the best medicluu your animals K P Friable Lancaster Ky Shugars and IHmviddle Ilradfordsville Ky 15 Me Roberts Stanford Ky June 3t JONAH MAPSKE 0 I wn t ntnlve have beeu ollr tho rorossnmesl W Iruirlitteta llkat sir la TimtaOa tier o Cholera own rest lug being for We have just returned from the East with Ever Shown in this Section of Kentucky Great care given to securing the VERY LATEST CREATIONS and it is with the greatest pleasure we invite you to see them S S xSxSxs 3 x LKWIS Y President J S Romxsox Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier WORiGXKYAsstCashr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Lcavcll B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R President JOIIX E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Casbier 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 n THEHANDSOMEST LINE Of MlUNER SALLIE D VrA LEA t i iJ Robinson 0 0 0 2 02 0 0 0 0 DES Q 2 0 Q 2 t vas TILLTVC OCCI J CGOO C GP3 ELL VVVVVV S OOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOO OOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOGOrJ 1493 0 p oo o A 0 0 6- Q p 0 Q Q J H GULLEY Undertaking Embalming Full line of Fine Buggies McCreary Ky KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all diseases I I I I I I I i FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Is l Guaranteed Remedy i or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and 100 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing cart ever surpass it KingsNew eminent For ONRUMPTIO OUolls and OLDS A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free T M Unram Price 50c sS1O0 MH1T Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine of McKillip Veterinary College Graduate of Chicago Ills attention to Veterinary durgery and Dentistry canine Residence and of fice cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DJLNVILZE KENTUCKY also C L any r t KODOL HODO KODOL KODOL digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gas tric and tone to theglands gives igestive organs KODOL relieves an of all nervous strain gives to overworkedstomach the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach 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 5100 Size holding 2M times tha 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 tlir Worlds Fair and earnestly solicit the votes of my friends The ballots will be placed at Judge Ilcinphills olllco under the direction of Judge Hughes Respectfully a17tf Amanda Anderson contained 4 i r l