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THE i IT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 J f c C71 t t icf 1Z 3 t jI YOt CENTRAL ORJl 1 V or FUR ENrEJR IJOUI4 t Da x ky A ry y- yr r IBEAZl V GO Funeral Directors t Arterial and Cavity Embalming have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central ICentDcky RL DAVIDSON IAttorney At Law Office over Stormes drug store ntttmtioll to f PlOWS d4444 lVe Q- i Prompt business 444 e Hill Plows Turning Plows Disc Harrows Large line of Bridles Collars Hames Traces Collar Pads Back Bands Etc HARDWARE CO fietting Ready For Spring A OF Cloaks Skirts fcather anl Felt Boots Ovecoats M WILL BE CLOSED OUT SJr fcSS er Gent Reduction f JOE SPOT GASH L ENWINd liickEy prices on Field Seeds I t r Haselnon wr Robinson I J cc LOT L r f 7 i 14 b lli f l M oct f y and r c r Paint your k Y- ysEx 0f Local Interest How would you like to be coal man I The goods box loafer will be slow to get out this year according predictions Some prominent weather prophet says winter will last three months longer Kill him Judge Saufley has announced his can didacy for the bench to ceed Burnam j Several people have had their thoroughly cleaned then filled from the lire hydrants It is about time of year for the peach crop to be reported as killed Eveiy year you hear it about this time Capt Ben J C Milam made the famous Kentucky Meek and Milam tishiug reel died last week at his Home iti Frankfort These reels were used all over the country and were the best made Eggs in New York City city now re tail at 75 cents a dozen as a result of the extreme cold weather has prevailed in the East and from the fact commission men have cor nered the supply Bad Fall fop Soaper While climbing a pule Mr Burt Soaper the accommodating manager of the electric light plant lost his hold and fell to the ground badly spraining his back wrenching his arm and wrist lie is up and about and we trust will soon be able to re sume work Pleasant Evening The Christian Endeavor Society en tertamed a large number of friends at the Christian church Saturday night in a most pleasing manner Refresh ments were served and a delightful evening spent This organization is accomplishing a world of good among the young people of the town Citizens Banquet For the purpose of good cheer a number of gentlemen have decided to undertake a citizens banquet on next Monday evening Enough money has been subscribed to assure success but final details have not been arranged will be on sale at one of the drug store after Thursday of this week Died In Texas C M Burgess who married Miss Liz of Buena Vista this county died at Comfort Texas last week Mr Burgess lived at Middles boro for some time but his health failed and he went West hoping to re cuperate He was originally from Ind He leaves a wife and one child who have the sympathay of many Garrard county friends Good Citizen Leaves It is with much regret we note the departure of Mr R G Ward and family who go to reside in Cincinnati Mr Ward has been in business in Lancas ter for a number of years and the town never had a better citizen A perfect gentleman devout Christian andone of the most accomodating of gentleman his loss will be keenly felt Especially in musical circles will he be missed as his tenor voice will be hard to substitute He yet decided on a business but has several good things in View The Mayor and the Bible Saturday night the Christian society held a social at Christian church and among the sev interesting features were differ ent things to represent the books of the Bible a bundle of timothy hay for the book of Timothy a large axe the Acts etc Mayor R Kinnairdstudied faithfully but tell down on all un til he came to a long black mark on of paper representing Mark of course The clever Mayors lighted up and he exclaimed Oh this one Dog gone my cats if that isnt the book of Aarons Rod Horses In Demand The outlook for the horse industry was never before more promising the progress of national devel opment has materialized increased demand for horses So pronounced has been the enlarged of horses for the past five years that domestic consumption has nearly exhausted the supply The surplus is so light that have remained nominally sta while other classes of in value ly All thee modern industrial of civilized nations made possible by the use of hOrSesand the future demand promises to be of Increased proportions Horses eral utility use are indispensable and as nations ad van e in wealth and af fluence the demand for horses is inten sifted There no to eliminate the noble equine in his sphereof usefulness in progress of mankind The equine fashion the twentieth century will be repeated in the succeeding cycle and ihe future of the industry is encour aging promise Thebreederrwb6 es good horses of any commercial class is assured of a stable and FcHiunera his surplus and has every encouragement exploit the indu i iM Jour appe late Judge prom ting and zle Tomlinson s sweet Endeavor oral apiece see material developments are tfgi JI1 len l izi I7J no the weather sue cisterns who which fellowship Tickets oberly hast engagement the face With use livestock have declined were forgers substitutes the of brilliant Live mark e ry Hal a ax xtirr J S li At Paint Lick Lick T U will give a valentine entertainment in Fishs hall Saturday night the 13th No admission fee will be charged and all cordially invited to attend 2t Loyal Temperance Legion The L T L elected the following officers Pres Catharine Conn Vice pres Margret Merri tte Sec Lige Ford Treas John Dunn TheL T L will meet the fourth Sunday In every month at the Rest Room New Millinery Store Mrs Jno F Lear has rented the room below The Record office and will open an upto date establishment about March 1st She will visit Cleveland and Cincinnati soon and spend in the trimming rooms to post up on latest styles The Event of the Season Dont fail to attend the Valentine Party at the Rest Room Feb 12 The room will be appropriately decorated the host and hostess will give you a cordial welcome The postmaster and mistress will call out your valentines and elegant refreshments will be serv ed All this for the small cost of 15c And Got Home With Cvnthianna Democrat Editor Louis Landram left for Washington Friday with a round trip pass and 84 30 in cash After a thorough inspection of the national government he expects to return and explain the innards of the affair Should he not show up in thirty days the Kentucky Press Asso ciotion will organize a relief Worthy Cause Rev W F Rogers representing the Kentucky Home Association made a splendid talk at the Christian church Sunday night He soliciting subscrip lions to the institution and did fairly well in this city This institution is for the purpose of rescuing children from disreputable and insufficient homes and find them homes in good families There are many features which we havent space to discuss but will say that a dollar glVen to the cause will be used to a good advantage and all who can should contribute W H Harris Minstrels W H Harris minstrels will appear at the court house Friday night the 5th of February The proceeds are to- go toward erecting a new 2 in place of one destroyed by fire Capt Harris has secured some profes sional men who will assist the local talent and a good show is promised A special portion of the court house will be set apart for white people and those who attend will get their worth If you want to see a good and at the same time help a good cause go Notes From Frankfort Ed Record It was my good fortune to be in Frankfort last week and the doings of Legjslatuer which some respect is one of the most important sessions that has been held for many years The members over the average both in appearance and and it will be grail tying to your readers to learn that our enator Hon G T Farris and our Hon S D Cochran have contributed their part in raising the general average of that august body have rendered material aid both on the floor and in the committee room in bringing about the splendid which has already been completed They are hard workers and always advocate that which Is for the good of theirconstituents and the public generally They are held in the highest esteem by other members whose expressions of appreciation evince the fact that they are a good advertisement both for our county and the democratic party to which they adhere with a fidelity which is praise of the Worlds Fairand the Capital appropriation bills the extension of the sessions of Common Schools nd the passage of the bill will be so many monuments to the memory of that body They carry with them the spUit of and theprinciples of democracy The principle of local incorporated in the book bill by the appointment of county boards was in keeping with the views by Senator Farris for several years as against the doctrine of a state board alone which favors centraliza tlon of power and is therefore undem Senator Farris has been the author of several important bills among them the option bill which was defeat ed in the Senate by three votes itlsclaimed that It would have passed the House by a good majority The bill was in line with the temper and sought the protection of the people in precincts that oppose the against adjoining precincts that are controlled by a ne id favor of license The bill favored the majority In the county Instead of one HiS speech in favor of the was elo quent and logical the gigantic whisk trustswith its enticing and its glittering gold exerts derf ul The good people will finally demand the enactment of such Up t bottle yo rjoj ifirej do BO good U tlMi corktortWieir tat WMUt miwwiiic wood up i The C sometime 2t 137 expedition 0 schoolhouse witness In They ion worthyThe ratic local although gto vote precinct r I tq Paint W moneys how are intelligence representative schoolbook enterprise self guvernmen school advocated of once cause ruling bill but C iwo influence Observerlaw Cheer Rio 1yk J r d t n n Of ty at Of Of Bro Meetings Somerset Republican Meetings at the Christian church are continuing with great interest The is crowded every evening by 7 oclock and we presume no ever saw more attention givenjto a speaker or Better order The are full of plain unadulterated Gospel every word and thought coming fresh and clean from the heart that Is consecrated and they all go teeming into the hearts of the hungry hearers and thus the whole audience is bound to the speak er close and sober molded atten tion from the first to the last word Mr Tinders sermon on Our Homes Sunday morning was one that drove home a whole lot of good points and clnched them in mindsand hearts every thoughtful hearer along the line of protecting the home Pity that her and mother in did not hear it Every parent have been benefitted and espe dally those who turn their cniltlren to graze at will upon whatever they may happpn to and also those who permit their children to pair off with any sort of human as associates and go into mixed crowds or assemblies or where socie may ask them Mr Tinder took the strong ground that whatever we have among us of good must come from keeping the home pure from protecting the home Farm Product Statistics- A supplementary issue of the Crop Reporter has been pub lisped to get to the public promptly the expert compilations of acreage production and value of the principal farm crops from which tables the terns are gulled The corn crop which is the most valuable one required for its 88091 993 acres and yielded on an average bushels aggregating C38 and vies with the tobacco crop eted at an average price of 42 5 cents representing a total value of close billion dollars 952808801 The winter wheat acreage is placed 32510510 yielding on an average 123 bushels aggregating 399867250 bushels marketed at an average price 71 6 cents representing a total value 286242849 The spring wheat acreage is 16954457 yielding on an average 14 bushels aggregating 238954585 bushels having a value of 157781977 or 65 9 cents per bushel The acreage devoted to oats vras which with an average yield of 284 bushels at an average price of 341 cents realized S267C61665 The barley crop with 4993137 acres brought to the farmers 60166313 The rye crop with an acreage of 1960894 yielded 815893871 The buckwheat crop from 804393 acres raised entirely in the East and middle West was marketed for 8650 733Three and a quarter million acres devoted to flaxseed produced a crop valued at 22291557 The Irish potato crop sold for 151 628094 and vies with the tobacco crop with returning the greatest amount per acre of any of the principal crops Although there were less than 3000 000 acres devoted to it the yield of 847 bushels per acre at an average price of cents is equivalent to an average net realization of 852 per acre Tobacco yields according to the given below 5346 per acre The tobacco crop of 815972425 pounds at average price of 68cents pound produced a revenue of 514626 The average yield per acre from 1027735 acres was 7863 pounds The hay crop excepting corn alone is the greatest in value the gross real ization during the year on 61305940 tons being 8556376880 FROM EVERY SECTION Worlds Exhibits Already Arranged For 103 of the 119 Counties Since the Kentucky Exhibits has succeeded in raising the full amount 8400000 for giving Kentucky representation at the Louisiana Exposition its entire efforts henceforth are to be directed towards the gatherings of exhibits county in the State It has arranged for displays from all but sixteen and it is evident that before the Worlds Fair opens on April 30 county in the Slate will have repre sentation The Association is hoping that this reprentation will be adequate It wants to give to every county space sufficient for an attractive displayof its products and believing that great good will result from such exhibits The Association has com mittees at ineyery county and urges citizens generally to at once with any exhibits they may think worthy space at the expo si tion turning them over either to the Worlds Committee or them direct to the Kentucky Exhibit at Louisville In addition to the exhibits tobe made in the Ken tucky Building which structure about completed the Associatipn has been allotted from 1000 o 7000 square feet In the main exhibit palaces In which to make creditable of Kentuckys products and Interest ah expoeitlpn yisltjir No time Is lost as all should be la LpuisTille not I Tlnd Somerset specimen produc- tIOn given- as 3816 614 figures an 55 From Association fromevery unties come forward Fair Is Bplays ttb house one sermons with the every fai would loose discover Government following 91 ton per Fair Purchase every resources work Association resources of our county to come forwardwith everything that would tobfl Iater than A rilastthesoonert better NYt j- w xaminethelabelon yourpaperindOE t ie soft 1 ti correct theleae Rte n w A rr s w 2i When In need of fine Carpets and Mattings get a perfect diagram and measure of and come to us We carry everything from the Cheap et to the best that money can buy WithersJPurniture Co Stanford Ky The latest and most approved de signs In Furniture Embracing Suits Side Boards Chiffonier Hat Racks Center Dining Davenports Couches Mattresses and Springs we carry the best Furniture Co Stanford Ky It The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the baby 25tf Smith Agts Wall Paper Wan Paper Wall Pa per Seethe Withers Furniture Co Stanford Ky Timothy Seed Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks UudsonQ In order to make a change in our we will close out our stock of Bunks Toys and fancy goods As we with to make more room fur our winches cluck jewelry silverware and spectacle business tf Thompson the Jeweler You can buy more goods for 100 at grocery than any place in town Take your eggs and butter to Ward 2t Telephone 121 and get ajiicc steak at a Ib at Wards meat market 2 Withers Furniture Cos Stock of Furniture Carpets Mattings Hugs wall paper c Is just recovering from the terrific cyclone which struck them Nov 1st and lasted up to the present time Orders raining in from all the adjoining counties kept at the wheel constantly distributing our seemingly inexhaustible stock throughout Lincon Garrard Boyle Casey Pulaski Rtickcastle Knox Whitley c We are still at the old stand selling goods under a system that competition can not reach The small cost of a trip to this store will save you money and you will find a stock to select from when in the Withers Furniture Co Ky it Timothy Seed Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson Stockholders Meeting The Crab Orchard Fair stockholders will hold an important in that city Tuesday Feb 9th and each is urged to be present as a board of directors etc vvill be elected 2t I I your rOOI l I t Withers Currey 2t 10 our shoulder Stanford I meeting I Bed- Room Taolesl washes business Wards market new rewill nave Special Sales at Prices DAY in our store until we get ready to INVOi6E ST06K You will miss some Bargains unless you visit our store often SPECIAL SALES 0 Special Rare lOGAN Day GOODS co EVERY j Rv H Swpffield of the Globe Tailoring Co of be with me from Feb 4th to 7th Drop in and have your measure taken for a NICE SPRING SUIT Wili be able to the lar gest line of samples ever shown in this city Fit and satisfaction guaranteed Remember that if you have your taken Mr Swarfields first trip you have the benefit of a tryon Vvv I r L CinCinnatiWill 1 Snow you 1 measure on J rr ap 000 600 i i Hbogan xtJ a d- l r5- Y s K 2 2 I l r Cj0 ibK CHK Of Visiting Joseph Mercantile Co They MustGo Our new Spring Goods are now ar riving and to make room for the tremendous stock we MUST get rid of some goods now in our store Some Elegant Goods At Your Own Prices We are determined to carry nothing over and will let all stock go for a mere song Heres ForHonestBargains Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED Removal Sale t J ii- t1f if j I II t I J I 1 lilt It 1 j Your Chance i tit It II I U II II III II II II It I I III I II II II I tt s t 7 k jyiE lkf y r awl 3 4 X Get in The Habit s f J We have TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES and MARKERS and to save boxing and hauling will close them out at prices that will pay you to call at once Several new designs for Childrens II on hand Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan 1 st Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery Karrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER TVe carry Moulding in stock and frame Pietures Try us Neatly and promptly McRoberteDrug Store Q Cincinnati New Atlanta ion at Danville For BinTvinghant t 0e01TrrE Ch ttanQoga Slj l rates Act NaJ7 f 7r 1P l if i ZJ tt f t Direct Orleans Asheville veportp z ac solnvi an exasr oinB- orIllformitttoruad ddr i HyA Ha sot C TtCLrkePA Ieu Y wa7- t 7 1 Ki4 H e kts e tlit r LOUIS LANDRAM Jfyt February 5 1904 A bill has been introduced In the Kentucky Legislature to Prevent and punish the destruction of the United States flag It is singular that peo pie have to be forced to respect Old as to the respect and honor they should have for the flag many possibly not knowing its purpose Each district school should be required to fly the col ors teachers and pupils to go through appropriate ceremonies each morning when the flag is hoisted and in evening when lowered This would result in more good than learning the Chinese Fiji and other needless languages the pupils learning to love the flag of country have a higher regard for rulers to nothing of the more and better class of men who would shoul der a musket and resrond to Uncle Sams call for help in time of trouble Every Kentuckian rejoices that a new capitol is to be erected but there is a gennral sigh of regret that it will not be built at Lexington where three fourths of the people want it Had citizens ofXexinKton cut out boss and politics for a spell and put up a good still fight the building would be erected in thatclty Pollerticks is alright in its place and boss is still better but an overproduction of either will cause any man or city to lose out as Lexington is doubtless to realize There are fourteen applicants for the position of Pension Agent made vacant by the death of Gen Danl R Collier Among the number is Major Wm H Collier the son of Gen Col lier This being the case it certainly looks bad for a lot of people to make a fight against the young man filling out his fathers unexpired term One of the best bills introduced in the present Legislature is that by Mr Alverson of Lincoln which provides that school teachers receive full pay while attending county institutes No class of people work harder and re ceive poore compensation than do the wielders of the peachtree switch The Earlington Bee Paul good paper prints half a column husbands to kiss their wives Must we infer that husbands down that way have been kissing others than their own meet If the gun license provided in the proposed new game law applies to the pistol carriers and every coward who carries one is made to pay the states till will soon be filled to over flowing BKYANTSVILLE Mr Clint Moore has accepted a posi tion at Charleston West Va Mr Mote Scott has bought a of yearling caatle at 3 to 31c Miss Verna Mitchell of East Hick man is the guest of the Misses Pat ton Mr and Mrs Sam Baker of Jessa mine visited Mr and Mrs Wm Glass last week Miss Kate Patton began teaching a select school at Harmonia Institute February 1 Mrs Hannah Sweeney will a few her home In Jefferson ville Indiana Mr S S Dlckerman otter settling his business here has returned to aware New Jersey Mrs Mote Scott has been confined to her room for several days from an at tack of rheumatism Miss Nell Bourne is expected this week to be the guest of Misses Annie Perkins and Mame Ballard Mr B F Patton and Jeff Dunn have returned after spending several days in the mountains where they went to MABKSBDRY I J H Dennis sold three shoats to C A at 3fc Ib Sutton Lexington has been with friends here Ben King bought some corn T Pollard at ta50 barrel T I Herring sold H Bogie two shoats and a sow and pigs for 33l Jesse Perkins sold to Taylor Adams of Nicholasville a good host for 80 Messrs Charles Burdett and John Woods wereinjanvllle Wednesday A days ago Mrs Belle Perkins was so unfortunate as to fall on porch and sprain her arm The Christian Endeavor was enter tamed Saturday afternoon by Misses Lizzie and Lnla Simpson Hughes of near Birmingham Ala bu beenTl8ltinR Mr and MreN H Bogie Mr Hughes was purchasing cattle while here Patton Dunn of passed through hero Wednesday with a of mules they purchased in Whitley and Bell county Nearly Ferfeil Hte Life A rqwiway almost easing fatally BOfBierFrmnkllQ Grove Ill tM ttrt J fa v i VVo il iS1 i wfi li r iKjj f s v i aiSiJ V li i J CENTRAL II youngsters their Say beginning urg- Ing thefee I I iJ U iJ U iJ U iJ U iJ iJ U iJ leave in I days lotI a purchasemules I K ofT toN sam dl9y Jr BnI8d i RECORD I attttrcet of silt Part D tea fit Lanearter lC- ySuond c7aaa MaftMates LaK after and Mow nom her Arnold per Mr F per few Bryantav on theleg Foe tg ra t iedeed all doctors and all aethea 5tB Cklefa Atkah- adiao troablelte carehips tit 25o aZ Ye Dlr wier ice s r d Del d the Ills r of fair te wily Erw l 8 K ATOMS Amaune know how much work he or how quickly he can ac complish a task until necessity im Mnto acorner and he has to One dependent upon life daily labor sweat of his has no to all over the country sightseeing or lag with acquaintances This being our humble condition we did in Wash ington last week what a man of means would have taken up in accom pUshing Arriving in the capital at Oclock a m we visited and talked with exactly twentytwo men con ferred for two hours with an attorney visited the post office department and registered a kick about several bun dies of The Record being lost by mall clerks stopped in the Treasury to pay our respects to Mr Yer kes Harry Giovanolli Millard West and others put in an hour in each wing of the Capitol refused seventy five or eighty drinks and was ready to start home at six oclock the same evening Having on former occasions Inflict ed The Record readers v ith of Washington its many places of etc the dose will not be now but we take advantage of the opportunity to say that If you occasion to visit the Capital by all means go over the Chesapeake Ohio Railway which company runs two superb daily trains each way On these you find comfort luxury and the most beautiful scenery in America The trains are solidly ves tibuled from end to end and carry dining cars which furnish at very reasonable rates all the substantial and delicacies of the season The roadbed is so smooth that you sleep with as much ease and comfort as when attending a temperance lecture or home talent show The meals excellent and our advice is to fill up well before leaving these diners fur when you go up against Washington fare may heaven help you Most all the hotels are run on European plan and to get any kind of assortment you are brought enough to feed an or dinary family Such a ling as warm bread is unknown in Washington All they have is bakers bread as cold as a stepparents heart and after eating a take of it one feels as if he had swallowed a toy balloon At one hash ery we saw corn cakes on bill of fare and ordered some They looked o k but after repeated efforts to cut them we used one to bind up a finger and was used to patch our pants At another cafe we ordered rolls They came in as cold as a moneylovers handshake and hard as a delinquent nerve We began to gnaw the sound resembling the washerwomans scrubbing on the washboard A man across the table thought we were playing a and asked us to please play Home Sweet Home Everyother door on Avenue is a cafe the inter vening property being a bar room We concluded the saloons were convenience of those who go up a gainst Washington grub for if it will not drive a man to drink nothing will Senator McCreary was found at his post of duty hard at work No man stands higher in the estimation of his colleagues nor is there one who takes more pains looking after the interests of his constituents Senator is looked upon as one of the most con servative members of the Senate and enjoys the friendship and respect of all of both parties Gilbert had been called to Kentucky on urgent business but was expected back that night Representative Jno S Rhea wjio has many friends and ad mirers In thlssection was looking well and asked to be remembered to all his acquaintances We hadnt time to see Rev B B Westas he was at the Government PrintIngOflace where he is auditor a position of great respon sibility About the busiest man in is the Hon Jno TV Yerkes gym missioner of Internal Beyenue Every minute of his time is valuable but he always stops a hearty handshake and some pleasant remarks with all callers his gentlemanly bearing and good breeding never allowing become straightlaced or in offensive to of of callers who pull and haul at him every minute of the day The old saying A gentleman act the gentleman under all circumstances hqds in his We spent a few minutes in the P Gallery of Senate and watched newspaper work At that a lively debate on as to President sending to Senate corres pbndenceregarding the Panama nego tiatipns and some ifyely had by democrats and republicans It amusing to watch the correspondents for when a democrat was speaking about half the correspondents would quit writing while the rest took down ovary word Then a republican would take the floor and the other half of the scribes would begin to work show Ing onesided in which news Is put Each was getting end of it just the general public wants how ever pnrgldeVptia l ii desire which is hot commeodablef we think the most in the 1 Harry private afeaMrJnoW yerkj e towM h more frlende iiaktba Ali ways polite in intehH M i z2 I I k s y I 4riJ PlAt cano bustle dl aweek department Interest repeated U as subscribers nearsighted french harp Pennsylvania there for Washington he one boys waS part Dts J8 fG19Y bodY tim k h I kN the brow e time gossl writ u ever have cars McCre Represents for hi the hundred will certa tree case the Ii was fife certain tilts were the manner sent newsman his what question One of popular emplo secretary Ever nows Harry and aa sutt Ity te lt a vvonIne ceyhWe YlKriigl tiffs aia ihii Ti ran HSr Sr are tine mast s snip ass theme Paper tean wi tick r 2u L a 1 paper men are especially loud of him ho has hid several very flittering offers Irom Eastern papers Had the Washington train Winchester on time we would have been in Lancaster at 826 Friday night but we it by about two car lengths and had to go around by Lex ington Dallas Tex Portland Maine Jacksonville Fla and a few other equally as faraway points to get to Lancaster That Lancaster is the best place in the world all readily a gees and better say so but when you have to come here by rail may heaven you From ton Lexington to Junction City June tion City to Stanford Stanford to Lancaster distance of about seventy five milesto make thirtyfive is indeed hardship on a suffering public but that is what you must do nine times in ten when you jeave home Millard West has a good job and is quite popular in a wide circle of friends His clever manner has won the admiration of all who know and no one stands higher with superior officers Millard does the society act and it is said that on Sun days be heats the old town so hot that fires are unnecessary We tried to find time to call on boy now in the army and one of the chief clerkships in the War Department If any of our readers think a sentative or Senator can get business through Congress without a h a r d struggle they are sadly mistaken Itis almost impossible to get anything done as when a measure is brought up in the House it is tacitly there will be opposition in the Senate and vice versa Some people seem to think the Senator or Repre sentatlve can get most any old thing done but this is a mistake They are all perfectly willing t o d o their part but there is a wheel in a wheel Every person who can should visit the Capital as it gives one an which can not be obtained else where that is you see the workings of the government of your country Its chief law makers representative from all important countries some of the handsomest buildings money can erect and 1 not on a business rush can spend a week or ten days more profitably than in any city oh the Western Continent A man able to go and who does not go is making a great mistake Clarence Woods one of our most highlybeloved friends was missed in our to get through He is secretary to Senator McCreary and his Kentucky friends will be de lighted to know is getting on nicely When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the A soon follows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Frisbles Drug Store 1m Timothy Seed Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson McCREAEY I Mr Dan Brown sold his corn to diff erent parties at 2 25 in the crib Steve Hill sold a pair of two year old mules to Oris Wearen for 8190 Miss of Kirksville vlsi ted Mrs Cronley Broaddus recently Misses Katie and Alleen Peel are visiting Miss Edna Gulley this week Mr RoY Beazley sold a pair of work mules to GB Swinebroad of Hubble for 300 Mr Davis Sutton wife and children visited Mrs Bob Smith of last week Mr Edward Simpson wife Crab Orchard Mrs Samuel Hoover Mr Lew is Pherigo and sister Miss Minute of Nicholasville were present at th3 of their uacle Alex Simpsom Mr Alex Simpson died at the home of his sister Mrs EtizaSadler on Wed nesday evening Jan 27 at 8 oclock He had been a patient sufferer for the past six months After funeral servi cesat Buckeye by Rev AJ Pike he was laid to in the cemetery at that I Better Than Gold I troubled for several years with Indigestion and nervous de J bilitv writes FJ Green of Lancas ter NH No remedy helped me un tilI began Bitters which did me more than all the medii cine I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years Sue says Bitters are justsplen did for they are a grand and Invigorator for weak ran down women No other medicine can take place in our family Try them Satisfaction by McBoberts Drug 1m As longM sin IsTiidden it isgrowing Many a wuVswailt snuffs out Tils talk v MW re iyjor to ch trojA wj Jetiilfti For 1 and Whmcesterto g him Obe Pearce Lancaster hold- Ing understood Washington education people assistant L L secretions completecure Hamm and placer waS Electric blesi I fed I reached missed pity Lenin t a Reps hustler rush Lee Pruitt lieKirkavt funeral rest chronic good that tonic its Only teed Store vaKtere They Ctiairbertaiaa arse ia A isilJoaiwis aa tajpatiote 11Me ifltlIiae Dr 8tere lr kf tiFis i rf J x Y y T sF tt t JTw e a a BUCKEYE Bascom son of I F Brown has been sick of rheumatism TJlysis Preston and wife of Stone spent Sunday with Dr Ray and family Miss Florence of Nicho lasyille Mrs Thompson Hill Friday Mr and Mr Robert Brown of Kirks ville attended church at Chapel Sun day and were guests of friends in Buckeye Mr and Mrs John Teater entertained few friends one night last week were served which was greatly enjoyed by those present Quarterly meeting was held at Gunns Chapel Saturday and Sunday Rev Hill the presiding elder of Somerset preached a most excellent sermon on Sunday I BOURNE liamm is with relatives In Jessamine J H Turner bought of Wm Ward 3 yearling calves for 830 John E Sherrow sold a pair of mules to Alex Dean fur 125 N C Marsee bought 22 acres of land of Charlie Williams for S350 Miss Una Montgomery visited her father Mr Tom Montgomery Sunday Mr Joe Turner and wife of Hyatts SaturdayandMr Lenard Nave and little daughter Mesdames Margaret Lane and Sallie Kelley spent a part of last with their sister Mrs Allen Ray Misses Edith Montgomery of Bry and brother Mr White Marsee were guests of Thcs Turner and family Sunday What Do You Think Or This One dead beat racket is being worked A stranger hits a town picks out the wealthiest and largest church and attends worship morning Just as the benediction is finished the stranger has a lit tumbles over froths at the mouth and has a good hard one of course he receives attention On the inside of his coat is found a card which notifies the charitable friends that in case be is found dead or dies in a fit to send the body to a certain city usually several hundred miles away Presently the subject recovers sufficiently to talk and tell his story about his fits becoming more frequent and that he is trying to get home he dies but has spent all his mon ey It will require about 20 to get there A collection is started and us ually more than that amount is raised He goes his way and gets ready to have a fit the next Sunday in some other town Another of RbeutuatUm Cured by Cbamberlalaa Para Balm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated Parker Triplett of Grigsby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back when everything else failed and he would not be without it For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m There are no rights without respon sibilitiesInstead of trying to convince a wo man the wise man proceeds to coax herNo man who does you an injury will ever forgive you for it A Care for Eczema Mybaby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid mass of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many reme dies but none seemed to do any perms nentgood until I used Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and the little onesscalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise toDe Witts Witch Hazel Salve Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for coun terfeits DeWitts is the original and the only one containing pure Witch Hazel The name EC DeWitt Co Is on every box Sold bv F Frisbie 1m visited refreshments IIi Allan and III Anew before 1 Cue a II y DeWitts I I I I S REPORT OF THE CONDITION s OF Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Jan 22 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 13388583 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 273543U S Bonds to secure 50000 00 Stocks sticnrltles etc 10JO 00 fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Hunks Itc lllG S3 Due from State liank and Hunter 415 VJ Due from reserve 51Oil 50 Cheeks and other cash items Fractional paper currency nlckles and cents 31 00 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie notes J19170 0 Redemption fund with U 8 Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL fosges 91 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 50000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and 923C 25 National Bank notes outstanding 5000000 Due to other 6611 J Individual deposits subject to check 170056 IK Ceitified 0147 TOTAL i STATE or KENTUCKY COUXTYOPGAHRAED ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the shore named do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of mr knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2Cth day of Jan 1901 CORRECT Attest S C Denny Notary Public THE usell1rt1lture und sere Jcut l agent 91 h3509 00 561 OIl JOOOO 00 I5i 9t bank circulation loot 442 galtender fund taxes L LEAVVLL J S ROBINSON Y REPORT OF THE CONDITION BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT RESOURCES Loans and discounts 131775 01 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 443 S7 U S Bonds to secure circulation Stocks securities etc fixtures 11000 00 Due National Banks jot reserve agents 10543 9S Due State Banks and Bankers 1103 18 Due from reserve agents S1717 0 Checks and other cash items 29 SO Notes of other National Bunks 2015 CO Fractional 1248 LAWFUL RESERVE IN BASK viz Specie J7473 00 Legaltender notes 51CO CO 12473 00 Redemption Fund with U 5jof circulatloni 2500 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 50000 00 10000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 15SJ1 M Natlonalllauk Notes Outstanding 50000 CO 32DueIndividual deposits subject to check 191505 6 Certified checks 230 4J I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named hank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to best of my knowledge and belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me thlsV9th day oi Jan 1904 R KINNAIRD Public Commission expires January 13th 1903 opinE The Close 221904 5OJOQ 00 EY S Treasurer Total 35215 IJ Total STATE 0 KENTUCKY COUNTY oFGARRARDSS S C CORRICTA ttPAt 0 OSIQESS all r 2 faq no Banking paper currencpnickelscts t 5325255 7 ALEX R DENNY JNO E STOPMKS WM H KINXAIRD ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS t DIrectors KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS Kings New FOR Directors Price SOe L00 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK W S BEAZrEY Beazley Faris Dentists Office over Thomp ong store Danville st Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Co whereby we will on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de signs on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at TROUBLES ThompsonLancaster G C FARTS X cat r V WI I I Ullycrand I Plows above Plows WfILKER80Nj fi lit ii i t tAhiM HEADQUARTERS FOR C1overaudTiotliySeed1 JPlou1RSyracuseanR- ui1 Sie epairs for 1 ie- B kf J e f 5- s s iwStoL P y tr f9Y 1 Jl i01 Yli1 tJJ Xili0r X0JJ0X0t i0M0YfJlIl JJ IPlowSriSee Our new walking disc plow m tJ Jff0X0rJfllllyffj l a a i s r- Q 0 Harrowsj pIPOSTtEI Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are In Henry Simpson has been quite sick for a few days Mr Joel Walker has been in Lexing ton for several weeks Miss Pearl 11111 is visiting lor Burdett of Bryantsville Miss Sallie Tillett who has been quite sick is very much better Miss Saunders of Ilyattsville been visiting Miss Olivia Sweeney Miss Florence Donald of Maysville is the guest of Miss Florence Harris Mr Sherley Elkin of Atlanta is the guest of his parents S Elkiu and wifeRev II N Faulconer wife and chil dren are guests of Mr W B Mason and family Miss Bettie Anderson was in Lexing ton the guest of her sister Mrs W S Browning Mr Auburn Pennington of Jones yule Va is visiting his uncle Milton Ward Col W J wife of Nich olasville have been visiting Mi and Mrs J E Stormes Misses Nannie and Josephine Dunn of Danville has been visiting Miss Mattie Mae Robinson Dr Donald McDonald and wife of Danville have been visiting Squire W H Kinnaird and wife Misses Nellie Bourne and Bessie Gulley have been visiting Misses Mat tie and Mary Thompson Mrs William Burnside of Barbour vine is visiting her parents Squire W H Kinnaird and wife Rev C M Reid of MIddlesboro is visiting his mother Mrs T W Reid for a few days this week Mr and Mrs John Francis of Dan vine are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little boy Miss Mary Tomlinson of BuenaVis ta has been visiting Miss Margaret Tomlinson Richmond avenue Mrs J V Pilcher of Louisville nee Miss Lucy Ford is visiting her aunt Richmond avenue v Little Miss Mae Barnes Browning Lexington is visiting her grand parents Mr John Anderson and wife Miss Annie Austin entertained a few friends very charmingly Monday evening Delightful refreshments Mrs Tay Mr T rJ r Wilmore and I T W Reid of s has r i i 1 i Mrs were served and a most enjoyable eve nlng spent Mrs W R Cook and son Robertson left Wednesday for Hendersonville N C to spend the remainder of the winterMisses Violet Pearson of Louisville and Mary Lear of Paint Lick have been guests of Mrs Emma Higgin botham Miss Skinner of Beuna Vista has been visiting her sister Skinner who has been quite sick but Is reported some better Mrs J T Baughman who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Lexington She was accompanied by her sister Mrs Bettie Landrurn Mr and Mrs Josh Daniels a number of their friends Friday evening a t their beautiful country home on Crab Orchard pike A large crowd was present and all delightful time Mr J E Stormes who began early in January to pack his fishing tackle in forms us that he will probable have the task completed and be ready to start for Florida about the 11th Mrs Stormes will accompany him Mr and Mrs Wm II Monday morning for a visit to their son Wm Cat New Orleans taking with them the wellwishes and prayers of our people for an enjoyable visit and safe return This aged and lova ble couple occupy a warm spot in the hearts of our people and are a sweet example of true Christians Miss Angie Kinnaird one of the debutantes gave an exceptional ly pretty party Friday evening The house was charmingly decorated for the occasion bright vivacious manner made her especcial ly attractive Delightful were served The affair was one of great pleasure to her guests Miss Mary Wooldridge who was in Lexington returned Saturday and left again with her cousin Mrs J V Pilcher of Louisville on February 3d for a short visit then go on to St Louis to visit a school mate Miss Led better where her mother Mrs Wooldridge will join her about the 20thand they will to their home In Denver Colorado In renewing his subscription to The Record Mr J H Wallace tells us of his recent promotion to head book keeper for the Carter Dry Goods Co one of largest institutions in Louisville Mr Wallace is a son of Mr Wm Wallace of Paint Lick and a mighty popular and young man He has been with the firm only three years and his pro motion goes to prove his ability Miss Violet Preston of Louisville Is the handsome and attractive guest of Mrs Burdett Ramsey Jr of Paint Miss Lucretia entertained young had- e Wherritt left bliss Kinnairds S C go on seasons refreshments of remaining jn Lancaster and running THE RECORD during the editors absence last week our good friend Judge M D Hughes went to Frankfort on other business Tie received rousing from his many Frankfort friends and admirers Our artist caught the above rival in the Capital r A Instead J upon r welcome l his arr Gen Daniel Rail Collier Col W C P Breckuridge writes as follows in the Lexington Herald On Friday in thecity of New York Dudley died of heart disease on Saturday in Louisville General Dan Collier died of heart disease Bishop Dudley happened at the moment of the attack to be in company of his wife and loved ones General Collier was alone lying yn a couch at the Sanitarium of a friend and died with out struggle or sound There was very slight difference in age between these gentlemen Bishop Dudley being past sixtysix and General Collier per haps in his sixty fifth year Each had lived earnest sincere brave manly lives and won the respect and love of ttose with whom each had come in personal contact General Collier had early entered the Federal Army and distinguished himself for heroism on the battlefield and faithful devoted service and had won rank and reputation coming out of the war with a commission of and the higher commission of the love and admiration of his men and the confidence of his brother ollicers He was Kentuckian born of Kentucky stock reared as a farmers boy and fill ing with credit the station in life to which his family and he belonged As Adjutant and Inspector General of the State of Kentucky under its duly elected and legally inaugurated Gover nor in the midst of most troublous times and confronted with unprece dented difficulties he had in his keep ing the peace Of the Commonwealth The State was indeed most fortune that she had two such sons as Dan Collier and John Castleman more for tunate in that such crisis these sons filled the respective positions to which they had been appointed They had been most gallant soldiers and though soldiers on opposite sides they knew of the courage skill and of each other each was so thor oughly courageous that he knew his courage and daring would not be doubted by the otherand each judged the other to be like unto himself honest sincere loving the right and loving Kentucky and intensely anx ious to avoid bloodshed and willing to take any personal responsibility to Lick instead of Misses Lear as stated in last weeks issue She was at Mrs JM Higginbothams on SaturdayMrs 0 Dunlap of Virginia is visiting her mother Mrs Fox Lexing ton avenue Mrs Fisher Gaines who has been with her mother Mrs Methusa Currey has returned to Danville Miss Mlle Arnold is visiting her sister Miss Mary Arnold who is at tending school MT 1LEBRON Delayed Letter Hemp breaking Is progress now Mr Adams continues low with consumptionBorn wife of Mr Timothy Ford a fine boy Mr Elgan Montgomery is very sick with rheumatism Rev J I Wills was with us again Saturday and Sunday Moving time is about over and rent ers feel at home again Thomas Allen of Illinois spentlast week with Willie OnstOtt Your correspondent has been num bered with the sick for a few weeks Mr Solomon Cliilders week with his sister Mrs D M Montgomery Miss Ella Montgomery spent a part of last week with relatives atxBrjrants ville Mrs Alex Dean is at the bedside of her father Mr James Blakeman at Nlcholosville Messrs Gibson Willie and Jeanie Vanderpooi visited relatives in Lin coln last week Willie Grow and wife nee M Iss Ina Rogers the guests of Miss Edna Scott Sunday- G A and grand daughterMiss Dee Witt Montgomery were with near Burgle last Saturday and Sunday entertained In n I spent last Bishop Colonel patriotI- sm very were Bruce relatives prevent it Cool self composed clear headed honorable these two gentle men and soldiers prevented any act of violence which might have preciplta ted a terrific contest may be blamed for in that lament able and in some respects disgraceful episode in our history but to these two Kentuckians only praise and ad miration are due The whole life of Gen Collier was honorable brave earnest kindly but the climax and culmination of that life were in those days of trial and perplexity We desired this morning merely to put on record some of the impressions made on us by these two gallant and dutiful men and to suggest that with many differentgifts and dif ferent training yet the fundamental basic qualities of these two Kentuck ians were devotion to duty sincerity power over men and ceaseless labor a broad and kindliness a constant and charity and an unflinching loyalty Evening Post Gen Collier Adjutant General of Kentuckydied suddenly of heart disease Saturday and in his death the State has lost a good citizen Gen Collier was a man of firm con victions and this faith made him re spect the conviction of others He was called at a critical time in the history of the State to act a most con spicuous part and he so carried as to command the confidence even of his most bitter and passionate opponentsPersonally Gen Collier won the re gard of Till men with whom he came in contact not by what are called the genial traits ol character but by his sincerity his directness and single ness of purpose and because he was not afraid lIe cared little for and nothing at all for power but he was anxious always to do his duty His death came suddenly as so often it comes to a soldier and like a sol dier he was ready Living he had the respect of the people and the love of his friends and dying he awakens sor row that is widespread and sincere IN MEMORIAM On the evening of January 19th 1904 Morton Broaddus passed to rest Be was born May 1st 1826 being in his 78th year He was married August 26 1845 to Mary Cotton she only living a short while He married again October 30 1851 to Mary Sanders who fell asleep in Jesus four years ago Eight chil dren blessed their union six of whom survive him D T Broaddus of Belle Plane Kansas W E of LouisvillejMrs Matilda Davis Mrs R A Stone B F and Cronley of this county Very early in life he became a mem ber of the church of Christ He was a man of strong convictions and did what he believed to be right re gardless of the opinions of others He was an affectionate father a good neighbor an upright citizen and a loy al and loving disciple of his Crucified and now crowned and reigning Sav sour Death had no terrors for him his heart clung with affectionate tender ness to the loved ones left behind but he looked with fond hope to the reun ion beyond the grave He is beyond the reach of wasting disease or grief and sorrow Could we but know the joy that floods his soul and see the radiance of his face among the glory lit throngs of Heaven methinks we would dry our tears and cease to mourn for he has gone to be with his Lord and the bloodwashed throng gone on before In regard to his aversion of show and parade he was quietly laid to rest In the Lancaster Cemetery Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep From which none ever wake to weep All parties going to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Colorado California or other Western get information saving themmoney by calling on JEStormes Lancaster Ky tf Others part Identicalcourage generous thathave their manly formerly himself popularity Texas points cann Business and Bargains Valentines hundreds of them at tf Tfcompsonss Closing out all our Xmas goods call early Thompson the Jeweler Remember the goods we are closing out are spot cash tf Thompson the Jeweler Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 81 10 30tf Putts Bros agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville for ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 1 Sot The HaseldenRobinson Hardware Co Buggies Harness Saddles and Im plements Electric Ranges Cooking Good Looking Low Prices Closing out all Books Toys and fancy goods as we take stock Feb 1st Come at once for bargains tf J C Thompson Have started my mill and will have on hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky Ilunibliic York As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance which is to your interest J B Conn Your account is due and we need the money All accounts not paid be fore Jan 10th will add 6 per cent to them Thompson the Jeweler Bank Stock FOP Sale I have 14 shares of Citizens bank it Lancaster stock for sale Anyone desiring to purchase will ad dress Room 406 KyTitle Building Ky naming price that will be paid W 0 Bradley tf Special Notice I have moved my shop to rooms un der the Fox Studio where will be glad to see our friends and customers attention good razors and years of expeiience fit us to do the best work Call on the old reliable Barber tf Henry Duncan Mill For Rent I offer my Placing and Grist Mill for rent on reasonable terms This is one of the best and most profitable plants in the country The is in good condition and the build ing is located near the depot making shipments easily handled or address me at Lancaster Ky V S Leavell tf Another Call At a meeting of the Democratic com mittee for Garrard county the follow ing resolution was adopted- A meeting of the committee is for February 22nd 1904 at 130 pm at which time all the candidates for county offices are requested to be pre sent and give their views in reference to the time and manner of making nominations it being understood that the wishes of a majority of the candi dates will determine the action of the committee as to the time of making nominations It is suggested that a mass meeting of the Democracy of Gar rard county be held at the court house in Lancaster at 1 oclock p m on the aforesaid date to give an expres sion as to the time of nominating can didates and the willingness of the uphold the action of the E L WOODS Sect Chm Commissioners Sale of Land GARRAItD CIRCUIT COURT Virginia P Arnold etc Puffs vs D V Jenkins etc Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court renaered at its November term 1903 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY FEBRUARY 22 1904 publicly before the courtdoor sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property iu Garrard County Ky on the waters of Dix River and at a stake in line of the whole 77 acre boundary mentioned hereafter at the North East corner of the 331 acre homestead tract mentioned here after thence with line of whole boun dery S 87 E 1L1U chains to a stake in North edge of County road and near the forks of same corner to Mattie J Smiths part of the dower thence with line of same S II W 39 chains to a stake corner to same in line to Mattie Smiths 95 acre tract thence with line of same last named N 89 W 1106 chains to a stake in said line corner to aforesaid homestead thence with line of same N H E 39 64 chains to the beginning containing 43 acres and being the remainder of the 77 acre tract or Annie M Jenkins divi sion tract left after allotment to C M Jenkins of 331 acres thereof as a home stead There is a lien on the whole of the 77 acre tract of land above men tioned of which the 43 acres to be sold Is a part the Defendants Willie Melville Jenkins Leslie Lee Jenkins Annie K Jenkins and Jenkins in the payment of the sum of 275151 each together thereon at rate of six per cent per annum from May until being portion of sale bond going to them from the sale hereto fore made of said 77 acre tract sold in this action and left unpaid to them on account of them being infants TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six and 12 months bonds with good se curity wHl be required of the purcha ser the money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent Interest from day paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained property sold until the purchase money paid JOHN Wi MILLER Corar Garrard Circuit Court cheaper Ed C Gaines Js F a s t Lumber National machinery Call on 122 to committeeM 3t 271902 for onthe 0 our Louisville Polite called convention Lancaster beginning secure Margaret interest Master 0 I t r 0t T 4 f Ir J 11 OUR OUT rEJCE Stationery Sale Has been larger than we anticipated We have placed our entire line of Box Paper on our AT COST COUNTER All 50c boxes at 35c or 3 for I Now is the time to I Get your Stationery 7 FRISB iFS So 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 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky That SmoothFinish I I DRUGSTORE 1 n 5g w R ncren oj O c12 toS Qj 0 ftgs n vg aca3n n ft i pFfP Qaro h t5 to Sao Pa a 2 FC B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender Reliance J Curre Davidsos I THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A M to 3 P M Call early every 2 2 2 2 o o goo a ooooo000 ENOS SPENCFR President and Expert Accountant SIXTH AND MAIN r Educates Young People For Good Employment and Success J CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION Business Moo Nslfena Bank Building Business Gollege EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT THOSE TURNER HARRIS j I I CHASe G MANAGERS OldPapersCheappthis office 4tWftoM COTTON Reigns but apparent to his throne are many It is because of the variety of S her industries that home seekers of every S class look to ARKANSAS Her fruits wherever exhibited carry away the prize from her sister states two yearly vegetable crops are de possibilities and her lumber her coal granite and zinc deposits offer flattering inducements to the inves tor See FOR YOURSELF 1 t Y 1I T fycItJ te lOffk t 4 P il KING I theheirs r 0 i i ted 1 H i ONE FARE PLUS 200 For the Round Trip the FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS of each month GEO H LEE G r A Little Rock Ark HOWARD JOLLY T P A Cincinnati O Do You Know That Oklahoma has raised more wheat per acre for the past ten years than any of the famed North western wheat states That Oklahoma raises the corn of Iowa Illinois and Nebraska That Oklahoma stands at the head in the quality and yield of her cotton That Oklahoma excels in the production and qual ity of oats barley rye and almost every varity of fruits and vegetables That Oklahoma has an ideal climate See for Yourself It II I I 1 I 1111 It J t t tf i c Rock Island SystemI One Fare plus 200 For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each month GEO H LEE G r A Little Rock Ark HOWARD JOLLY T p A Cincinnati O I II Itheeeeeoeeeeeeee4e 4oot4 t 4 G 4 tf+ + + + + + + + + + + + ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress in the Eight District to succeed G Gilbert subject to the action of the party Your support is earnestly For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI SON as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Supt Public Schools I Mrs Maggie B Gulley is a caudleate for Sept of Public Schools in Gamrd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coon ty Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratic party MOORE Hon- G Democratic solicited tf I POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S P Embry Price Bros Ed N BPrice George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Wahan Mrs N A Beazley Milt Ward Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley H West W B Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Mrs P D Gill Hemphill Walden Leslie Harber Henry Kublmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell warning prosecute J W MrsJ OUR LINE OF MILLINERY GOODS- is always complete We always have in stock all the NOVELTIES and NOTIONS Prices the lowest SALLIES D TIL1J3T Its necessary to have some good whis key in the house to ward off sudden at tacks of colds and pneumonia But you should take great care to get WHISKY Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of 10yearold absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for 3ad and pay all Express charges to your nearest ex press office Or we will send you One Gallon of our sixyearold abso lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for 450 a twogallon jug in box 475 a threegallon jug in box 700 a fourgallon jug for 9 00 and prepay all express charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE Full Measure Delivery and Entire MTISFA6TM Goes with every order And bar guarantee la always Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim omr whiskey Ja absolutely pure and a little better than other at the price and we elecVeachcnetoraer a judge In the case If after yon tried It you fled ill trae you are at liberty to return H t oar expeuse We will pay chargea both ways and return allyour money even to the price of postage You shant lose oae cent by trying onr ifwe fall to please you Make remittance payable and address V HAGAN itdTJLit Or PV Qi Box 433 Lexington Ky- JW A nice cl Glaie and corkscrew fiee with IN TUB WINTBR GOOD PURB afe or flefanded good have dOD our your gOOd 10 jEtc i f I 0o I TIME In Every Respect Your Money Lambs being enguged for Jute delivery at 51 to 5Jc Thus White will go to work on the K C Railway in a few days Mr Baseom Archer and family have gone to Burgin for a few days James Corum of Knox county Is visiting his brother J B Corum Cummins and wife were visiting Grab Orchard first of the week Mrs A J Thompson who has been sick for some time is some better Mr Faulkner Kennedy has gone to Williamsburg to enter school there Rev Wm C Hutchin bought a nice yearling mule at Lancaster Monday for 75 J C Fox received 72 cattle Saturday which he bought iti Wayne county a few days ago Master Laid Jordan has been quite sick for some time though he is im proving some Miss Lucy Miller and Miss Beulah Jordan will visit friends on Cedar Creek this week Rev has taken charge of the Harmon Lick Baptist church as pastor for this year There was about a hundred cattle sold here last Saturday to different parties for to 3Jc The Masonic Hall is receiving a beautiful coat of paint and is being papered by John Cook which is ad ding much to its appearance Mrs Will Lawson who was a Miss Cook died at her home at Halls Gap last Friday and was buried at the Grayson place Saturday The friends have our sympathy in their sad be reavementThis received a letter from Roy S Lawson and wire formerly of this neighborhood but now of Mis souri stating they were all well and doing well which will be good news to their many friends here Mr Frank Thompson one of our most highly respected young men and Miss Mae Perkins daughter of Mr L K Perkins and one of Lincoln coun tys most beautiful and accomplished young ladies were married at the home of the brides grandpa Mr Sam Dudderar the 13th ult by Elder J G Livingston congratulations Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household whena child of croup there is now perfect confidence This is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the treatment of that disease Mrs M 1 Bas ford of Poolesville Md in speaking of her experience in the use of that remedy says I have a world of in Cough Reme dy for Irhave used it with perfect My child Garland is subject to severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by Frisbies Drug Store lm BEUNA VISTA Delayed Letter The following are sick this week Mesdames J J Poor W P Ruble and Maria Lane Miss Bessie Bolton was the guest of Miss Mae Robinson at Marcellus of last week Irvine Christopher and Will Evans who are at scbool in Danville were at home Friday until Sunday Some of our young people attended a storm party at Dr Durhams Bry antsville Saturday evening James Spoonamore the pooular clerk at A T Scotts is missed from his place being confined at home with sickness A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy cough of croup which sounds like the childrens death knell and it means death unless something is done quickly Foleys Honey and Tar never fails to give instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of croup L Cordier of Manning ton Ky writes My three year old girl had a severe case of croup the doctor said she could live I got a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar the first dose gave quick relief and saved her life Refuse substitute C C J E Stormes lm i r l 1 1dIu hd 1 iI are F F in S L Baird 21 t showed symptons I confidence su ceSs apart accustomed MrsP no 4 4 4 lfyour got ibf Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy In Stock we will send you two bottles byexpress hmrges prepaid 5t BfDember 1 J jJJf t have not forLOO ethig Remedy I tOcur- ios pwbe t It used to be thought that rheumatism was a disease of the bones Now we know thatjilis a disease of the blood If matism is to be cured cured through the blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures rheumatism be cause it purifies the blood from clogging and corrupting It removes the cause of disease Its effects are the same when the impure blood causes pimply eruptions boils Medical Discovery removes the cause of disease and gives the smooth clear skin which belongs with good healthy your medicine too Md was in business in and had rheumatism for three monthscpuldnt walk at all I tried the best doctors I could get but did me no I took three bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical and it curedfsme sound Accept no Golden MedicaT Discovery There is nothing just as good Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for the book in pa per covers or 31 for the cloth bound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y r t tJ IU tA i itmusf1b substances purification y It cannot praise Crampton I Baltimore Discovery for n RfTS tifut Land Stock Crops FOP Sale Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally fine J Wade Walker Manse Ky Hedge fences can be made to look much neater in appearance wlen all rubbish remnants and old trimmings are cleaned away They will be ready to come out in spring with greater beauty than before tle roam among the trees to prune and rub and blemish them as they please Pigs and very young calves may be A small piece of cheese and an wire form one of the latest The cheese is fixed to the wire and the instant the rat touches the cheese it completes an electric circuit and is killed at once The tobacco growers of Webster county have taken steps to abandon the crop of 1904 in order to checkmate the trust Mrs Lewis Hope near Hope Bar tholomaw county Indiana made 2 555 pounds of butter in 1903 from 8 cows and sold it for 73875 This was 892 35 for each cow Not many cows do better than this If turkeys have unlimited they get plenty of other seed and will do well on corn alona as a home feed but laying hens should have a change of feed for they will get too fat on corn alone The large packing houses of Chicago are said to have purchased a million acres of land in Florida and Alabama where they will establish a mammoth cattle feeding ground Factories for the manufacture of starch and other corn products aro also projected- A Missouri farmer recently ered that bees has been using space between storing honey They had used the place for years and the taken out amounted to about 200 pounds Why would not the gable of the attic be a first class place for beehives If Uncle Sam is as liberal with as he is with us he is wast ing a big lot of the peoples money and we feel it our duty to tell him so lIe sends us three copies of the Crop Reporter for example and we cannot possibly use but one and but little of that The Yearbook of Agriculture gives the number of milk cows in the State of Kentucky as 298570 with an avei age price of 26 69 per head and a of 0968833 At four dollars per head for inspection and tuberculin test this would yield a magnificent revenue and would make the State a veterinary paradise saying nothing of the elegant feeling produced by the handling of the indemnity Fund As suming 25 percent of all cows tuber culous the little I F would amount to two million dollars The prospect of war between RUE sla and Japan has caused an upward movement in the grain and provision markets and should there be a war this upward movement would be more decided especially in flour meats etc Winter coughs are apt to result In consumption if neglected They can soon be broken up by using Fpleys Honey and Tar CCrJE Stormes lm The best religion to have in hand is the kind we give away Have You IadIceUeB- If you have Indigestion Kodol Dys pepsia Cure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curing people every dar every hour yourself to give it a trial You will continue to suffer until you do try it no other combination of dlr gestants that digested rebuild at the both Kodol Sold t r i 0 profitsal- lowed electric rattraps rang honey other papers Ii fiber saD1e tdoe lId lJlf i disco total value You owe it is tIMe ures strengtheni and yFPPriabIe I STONE Sam Duncan bought a cow for 30 L L Sanders bouglt four shoats for 400 Robert Speaks sold two mules for 200 James Sanders has been very ill with heart trouble Sam Duncan bought one hog from Sam Mofford for 5 L M Crutchfield sold his crop of hemp seed for 2 25 Mr Reel of Jessamine bought two mules of Lem Teater for 200 Miss Zenith Jennings has almost re covered from a severe case of mumps J W Sanders visited relatives in Burgin Shakertown and icholasville last week Mrs Sam Duncan ard sister Miss Pearl visited relatives at Nicholas ville last week W S Scott wife and son ot visited his sisters Mesdames Sanders apd Grow recently Bro Campbell of Lexington Avill fill the pulpit at Scotts Fork night and Sunday Eacaped an AWful Fate Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fia writes My doctor told me I had Con sumption and nothing could be done I was given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption me to try it Results were start ling I am now on the road to recover ry and owe all to Dr Kings New It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung disease by McRoberts Price SOc 100 Trial Bot ties free lm A slanderous tongue without listen ing ears would be as idle as a clown in the desert Mothers can safely give Foleys and Tar to their children for coughs and colds for it contains no opiates or other poisons Stormes Perfection never comes by patchingI Keller la One minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because i kills the which tickles the muscous causing the cough and at the same time clears the pnelm draws out the inflammation and heals and the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lung wards off pneUmonia and and never failing cure in all cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to and good alike foryoung and old Sold by F P Ffisbie lm Falselove will fatten a foe as surely as true love will finish him InystterloB Clrcumstauce One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dif ference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life to maintain it By gently arousing tne lazy organs they compel good diges Won and head off constipation Try them Only 25c at McRoberts lm Sanitation is not salvation bnt sal vation will include sanitatlOn Foleys Honey and Tar is best for croup and whooping cough contains no opiates and cupps quickly Care ful mothers keep it in the house C C JEStormes lm God gives peace by sending pain Am Early Rl er- A strong healthy active const tu largely on the condition of theliyer The famous little pills known as D Witts Little Early RIs ere not only cleanse the system but they strengthen the action of the llv er and rebuild the tissues that organ Little Ealy Risers are easy toact they never gripe and yet they are to prodace I Frankfort I Saturday for me induced Discovery Drug- Store Honey CCJ E n microbe membrane soothes Isa harmless cur take harmless Drug- Store 1 I tiondepends supporting l lr tl tae i i1 I I Is s 4 able 4 Pill results astisfactoryin all ciiI CUJbiES CATABHH lijinul llie Moat Ytoudtinil Cure lor Catarrh Ever ll ci vercd Say IK E fllclSuberta Do not try to cure catarrh by taking drugs into the stomacL it cannot be cured in that manner The only way in which this too common disease can be cured is through a direct application that will kill the bacili of catarrh ard prevent their growth Hpouiei is the only known nieth ocl of treatment that this It is the simplest most pleas ant and the only absolute cure for catarrh that has ever been discov ered Thousands ofunsolicited testimo nials have been received from the eminent physicians have given strong testimonals as to the powers of Hyomei to cure cat arrhThe complete Hyomei outfit Hyomei to last several weeks This will effect a cure in ordinary case longer use may be nec essary and then extra bottles of be obtained for 50c It is not aTone the best it might economical R E McRoberts had so much con fidence in the power ot Hyomei catarrh that he will for aIimi time sell this medicine under his personal guarantee to refund the money if the purchasers can say that it did not help them 1 I I I womeninremedyMinisters aninhaler ofcatarrh Hyomei can curing I cute 4 remarkable tore RIVAL OR A PEER IN THE CURE OF DISEASE Life Plant stands peerless and alone as the sovertMtrn VInmUT A remedy for the speedy and perma nent cure of Catarrh and all diseases of the blood MlFi Mary Mummy Uhrlchsvllle 0says I had rheumatism very limbs and feet so bndly swollen that I couklnotwear my shoes Tried various remedies taken one bottle the swelling and painwere all and not returned Ifeel decidedly bUer every Cannotsay too much for Plant diseases of the blood on the market If you feel badly why not take a bottle just to tone up the system Manufactured by THE LIFE PLANT GO CANTON OHIO Induced guarantee LEWIS Y LEAVELL President OOOCOQO0O0QC0OOQ t 60 EAtEXPERIENCE tiSlMitg TRADE MARKS Dramas COPYRIGHTS c ending n sketch end description may quickly ascertain oar oplulon free ail invention Is Commnnlc tlonsntrictlycoiiadeiitlal HANDBOOK on Patents sent free Pntent taken throach Jlanii Co receive notice without chnrce In the tietfifie Htn A hin lsomcty ln lnitp l weekly T nf foieinian Terms f3 a year fnur months tl newsdealers Pneumonia follows La Grippe but never follows the use of ti mn u r 1 lal S rican r cst circulation nil 1301 br all LA GRIPPE a MUNN Co S6lBroadway t1eWTk Branch 05cc 05 F St Washington C FOLEYS iKODOL Honey and Tar 1It stops the Cough and heals the lungs Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption MR O VACJIER of 157 Osgood St Chicago writes My wife had la grippe and it left her with a very bad cough on her lungs which tOLEts UOXEY AND TAB curod completel Trains Leave Lancastet Soto A514 ji JI0ld NotZ 220rn 8 I I No11 2ti in effectXov Time For Richmond Winchester Lexlr ton Frankfort Louisville na Paris Carlisle Maysville C ingto Cincinnati etc II I I i Stanford Junction City Leta tint Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bit Middleaboro etc For IIFor Illoliinoiid and intermediate sta tlOlls For Stanford and way stations Trains run daily except Sunday Above is LEAVING 10 11 stop at all staons when Jagged Queen Crescent Time Card TRAIN AT DANYILIE SoUTH BOUND Number 1 dilly no stop 1145 am pmNumberDaily except Sunday 755 pm NORTH BOUND pmNumberNumber 6 Daily Stop Number 10 I except Sunday 6iaa In Number 4 does not stop at Danville butdoes Junction City at 451 am KODOL digests what you eat Od 9 t 130 prn stop at L KOllOL KODOI cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles l accelerates action of the gas tric elands and gives tone to the the digestive organs f tKODOL relieves an of all nervous strain elves to overworkedstomach the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that L wellmaking so many sickpeople and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that Is in the food they cat DotUes only 100 Size holdine 2J4 times the trW size which sells for SOc rrotrW ulr r E C DiVITT 4 CO CBIUM Sold by F P Frisbie DRPIERCES GOLDENMEDICAL DHSCOVEKY contained 1 FOR THE OOfJVEliliS The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 S B DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier A J P Robinson AsstCashr B T Embry Bookkeeper A DIRECTORS I Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno W H Kinnaird y 0 03 o 0 0 o o o o o o o o I493 0 2 o 0 0 0A 0 0 O 2 EStormes 0 2 VIce Pre J S ROBINSON ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y J S Robinson j B P Hudson and Exchange John H Potts Propr A him Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed A CornSeed Grains Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash A Fertilizer SorghnmSeed Pop Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay StrawAvi vT GHANaE BUSINESS A on deposit Danville ave PHONE 100 TLeaveIl J J Walker T M Arnold O Manufacturer of and Grade Flour O SPECIALTY taken Stormesblock r If Potts Flour Feed Store 2 irs dealer in High and Meal Gra Flour I 0 tand cOrn e rt I