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THE CENTRAL RECORDFOURTEENTH TEAJl LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1904 UJlfBMl46 ac 21 4 r r If Joa Ao 7E- I Funeral Directors Arterial anti Cavity Embalming have the largest and most com plete liue of J Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky I R L At Law I Office over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to business IH PlOWSI BAZLEYCO 444441- 1e j DAViDSON Attorney oooc p0- t v I 1 Hill Plows TurningPlows Disc Harrows Large line of Bridles Collars Hames Traces Collar Pads Back Bands Etc Robinson HARDWIRE CO Getting Ready For Spring Stock A LOT OF Cloaks Skirts Leather and Felt Boots and Ovecoats WILL BE CLOSED OUT 25 Per Cent Reduction FOR SPOT CASH R LJENNINGS Paint Lick Ky i on Field Seeds 4 j I i I 1 R d Hae1dc- nr r rw abet our prices Y1y ay L 0 0f Local Interest A number of Lancaster Masons Preachcrsville Lodge Saturday night and assisted in some work Dpy Picking For Uncle Dave One lone prisoner has occupied the Lancaste jail for the past few weeks and Uncle Dave Ross the jailer says if trade dont pick up soon he will have to sell his dog to buy grub Dave says he is willing to stand it however if the present good order will contin ue in the Major Wood Appointed Major A T Wood been pension agent to fill vacancy by death of Gen Collier Ills ma ny Lancaster friends wanted to see Maj Will Collier of this city get the place Maj Collier showed his qualities when he stated after the appointment that he bore no ill will toward any one over his defeat and complimented and congratulated the successful applicant Dont Put it Off When the Spring season opens up everybody will want water works put into their houses and there will be a rush among the plumbers Why not have the work dune now and be ready for the hot dry weather We are at the business and can fit up your house neatly and correctly us do it now as you will be later J R Ilaselden tf Severe Wind Storm A severe wind storm did great in this county Saturday night un roofing the Fair View and Paint Lick churches and part of the residence of Mrs Fannie Farra while fencing fad der shocks and trees were twisted and scattered broadcast The court house cupola was shaken enough to stop the town clock and many people got up and dressed so great was their fear of a cyclone Deserved Honor Our former townsman Mr Robt E Hughes who acted as secretary for the Kentucky Exhibit Association was appointed secretary of the new organization for that purpose which was created by the Legislature Bob had worked faithfully and his efforts were so highly appreciated by those concerned that he was also made di exhibits a place of much re sponsibilily No young man stands higher with the business min of Lou isville they all know him and have a good word for him The new work will keep Mr Hughes in St Louis a great deal of the time and he will l have his hands full but that he will do his duty well there is not a shad ow of doubt Stage Line Sold Alex Miller has disposed of ville stage line to Mr T J Hotcherthe latter assuming charge Monday morn iiig Mr Hatcher has a good rig and will haul passengers parcels and trunks at reasonable prices Too High The Record had experts to look into the matter and found the office too high from the ground for the ibachin ery to be driven by a water motor It takes from to fifty pounds pressure on our steam engine to drive the presses and to get this pressure with water as high as we are would require almost one hundred pounds on the big mains making it too ex pensive to the plant for what itwould be worth to us We have the best steam engine in Central Kentucky know how to handle it so will contin ue to use it to turn out the best job work to be had at reasonable prices Worthy Of Their Hire Danville doctors got together and made a scale of prices charged for vis its so much with pills and so much without pills we presume Doctors have a very hara time collecting their accounts and certainly should take steps for their protection No men have harder duties than country doc tors they earn every cent of their fees and should be paid promptly They go sick or well in all kinds of weath er and to withold their money is al most as disreputable as failing to pay for a newspaper Pay the Doc and pay him well for you know not the day nor hour that you will be coiled up in bed needing his timely The Citys Duty The Danville Advocate in speaking of the recent murdersays the railroad company should station at least two policemen to guard the property The men should be there its true Sam but it is the duty of the city to fur nish police protection and not the railroad company any more than a pri vate citizen must hire a guard for hiS residence There is not a town in Kentucky where the railroads do not pay more taxes than private citizens that is their property is assessed at nearer its real value than that of any or other corporation If a per son or corporation pays town taxes its the duty of that town to give the property police protection We had that question discussed the City Council soon saw the ness of the matter and instructed the police to not only look after the rail road property but meet the trains Railroads in Kentucky get the hot em of every proposition so much so that this paper refrain from clam morimj for fall I county appointed caused II I I experts damage rector of I the Dan here once and vIs- ited has sterl- Ing Le turty five assistance citizen unjust can not play r a ed Eld F M Tinder will preach at Christian Church at usual hours next Sunday Nextcounty court will fall on 22nd legal holiday The banks will oe closed Remember this Of The wind played havoc at Crab Or chard Saturday night completely de molishing the Christian church and unroofing several dwellings The storm was general in this section of the slateaud much property loss is re ported 200 Additional Reward Mr I C Rucker of Paint Lick up The Record office and said he would glue 200 additional to the now being offered for arrest and conviction of the murderer of his son Will at Danville This puts the total amount to sometnlug over 1500 and should cause some good work to be done on the case A Stitch in Time The recent outrageous murder of Operator Rucker at Danville has put the people to talking about better protection precaution etc and it is well that the public is awakening to the fact that a vigilant eye should be kept out for criminals The police in the large cities especially Chicago have been waging a war that has caus many criminals to leave and of course there is nothing left for them except work in the country and judging from so many recent in the country they are going at it with a high hand The best way to stop this is arrest every suspicious character and if he can give no good account of himself put a ball and chain on him and make him work on the streets The heinous crime at Danville goes to prove the desperate character of the men roaming the country today While every should be provided with a gun or pistol yet no man wants to have blood on his hands nor does he desire to have his house entered and robbed so why not stop the devilment by arresting every tramp who strikes the town It is true some men arrested who are all right and it is equally true there are some lawyers who would jump at the opportunity of inducing the innocent to bring suiffor false arrest but the chance should be taken and this matter watched as the country is now full of thieves and thugs who care absolutely nothing for human life A stitch in time etc called reward police robberies household human maybe carefulf re Cloaks Special sale of Cloaks jj worth 5 and 7 will be closed out at 3 1000 yds Calico in Blue Gray and Reds limited ten yds to a customer 4c fI n U CI 3 m fj3 4c Calico tom 4 t rl I 1 l Percales Small assortment of ten cent Percales will be outat 7 c il I Cotton H 500 yds Bleached Muslin limited ten yds to each cus G tomer 50 1 10c Ribbons E Special lot of all silk rib Hj bons in all colors worth E double the money at toe 1 15c RibbonsO- ne lot of all silk Rib bons in all colors Hand some wide goods worth J double the money at 150 n n I I i I 7ic fj t3 closed 5c m m m I 75c Shirts One lot of Mens Soft and Stiff Busom Shirts worth one dollar will be closed out at jfic 348 Skirts One lot of ladies nice wool ready to wear skirts 500 to 700 will I be closed out at 348 Ifij m 3G 5 2tw i I i I worth v 4 Elder Tinder will preach at New Antioch Sunday afternoon Feb 14 at 230 oclock The entertainment to have been given at Paint Lick Saturday night the 13th has been indefinitely post poned so we are asked to announce j Mr Von Ogden Vogt of Boston Mass the National Secretary Is to be at Glasgow C E in May F M Tinder has accepted an invita tion to go to Carrolton Mo to deliv er the annual ehristian Endeavor ad dress before the Convention the Christian church which convenes in June The Statistician of the Christian church reports 165000 additions dur ing the past two years A Delightful Time The most delightful affair of the winter was the banquet given at the Rest Rooms Tuesday evening by the business men in honor of the Mayor and City Council The ladies of WCTU who served the spread fairly outdid themselves furnishing the best sup per we ever saw served in Lancaster Rev Chumbley acted as toastmaster and a number of happy responses were made These comingstogether of the business men will result in great good as it forms closer ties dispels the pet ty jealousies which too frequently a rise in country towns and brings good cheer all around After a lingering illness Mrs Mary A Noel died at her home in Danville Sunday morning She was born in Danville though moved to early life spent many years in this city where her husband Mr Wm B Noel decd was engaged in the business Mr Noel died about 16 years ago Five children survive her Misses Sallie Anna and Lilly of Danville Rev Russell Noel of Stan ford and Henry T Noel of California All the children except the latter were at her bedside when the final summons came A brief service was held at the Danville homeafter which the remains were brought to the Presbyterian church services conducted here by Rev C M Chumbley at 130 p m Muesday the interment taking place at the Lancaster The many Lancaster friends their sympathy to the bereaved family o t J I J II Noel II I J Lancaster- In furniture I J I Lancaster ICeme- tery f extend 5c Ribbon Special sale of allsilk Ribbons worth double the price will be sold at 5C r tiJlfil rK 1 Tie Ginghams One lot of dress dark colors 7j c Ginghams i Bll ofour heavy f I 61eanSweepIg I Suits A N D Overcoats I I i must be sold and we are offering them at I i boss Than 6ost We mean what we say and if you want genuine bar gains call on us I H T LOGAN IO I I a 1 H 0 0 a s a your OWII price 0 Tu pr x Thoughtful Buyer Will be interested in the prices we are making on all classes of merchandise The opportunity to get goods at these prices will not last long This great closing out sale will end in ten or fifteen days r THE LOGAN DRY GOODS 1 aaa atca COMPANY ShoesO- ne lot Ladies and Soft Calf Shoes worth one dollar and seventyfive cents will be sold at i 125 Shoes One lot of Ladies and Misses Kid Shoes worth 175 and fo will be sold at 125 1 y 0t0 Misses oaf 75c Jackets Small assortment of child rens Jackets worth 2will be sold at 75C Cloaks One lot of Cloaks in all wool beavers well tailored worth double the money will be closed out at lgS j 1 00 HatsI of Mens nice soft fur hats worth two dollars wiiye closjed at ioo I 4 98 r oJ One lot y 75c ComfortsOne forts will be closed out at X 75C 444ee 4 OutingsS- mall assortment of to be closed out at 4c Outings 4c Thread 2 J cts a spool for John J Clarks Spool Cotton 2 c lOc Vests One lot of ladies fleeced ribbed Vests small size worth twenty cents will be at lOc FascinatorsSmall wool Fascinators worth double the price will be out at soc i di closed loc r 1 20c Table Linens One lot of Table Linens worth thirty five cents will be closed out at loc 4 4 689 Cloaks One lot of Cloaks in all wool beaver and meltons handsome linings and well tailored worth twelve dol lars and fifty will be closed out at 6 9 Clothing Suits Our line of Mens Boys and Chiidrens suits at cost I B cents lOc Hamburgs Special lot of nice wide Hamburgs worth double the money roc I e eee i2I J 38c UnderwearOne wear shirts and drawers Irn f8 worth and closed out at 38c 35c Caps One lot Mens and Boys Caps worth soc and 75C will be closed out at 35c 138 Pants Onelot of Mens Pants worth 2 and 225 will be closedout at 138 98c ILZf Pants m One lot of Mens Pants IIP pants worth 2 will be closed outsat 98c JSJ 169 Pants One lot of Mens Pants worth 250 will be closed out at 169 Ioe 7Sc wIlLbel m tm I J t 1 A 37ic Dress Goads Specal Sale of NiceWool Dress Goods most of them worth double the money will be closed out at 37 c 5c Edgings special sale of Hamburgs Edging and Laces at 50 m II II H U am urgs- And 3 Get In The Habit Of Visiting Joseph Mercantile They MustGo 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 and will let all stock go for a mere song Heres Your Chance ForHonestBargains Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED i Removal Sale r Je IIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111111111111111 111111 I I 4 1 1 1 1 1 I m m mf fm fm fm fm at- X t OOOc 00000009000800 000 0OO OwO Co- O ur over C i t 0000000000000000000 We have on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES and MARKERS and to save boxing and hauling will close them out at prices that will pay you to once Several new designs for Childrens callat Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan J st Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery Gounfy Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER We carry Moulding in stock and frame Pictures Try us Neatly and promptly Store QCDirect Connection at Danville For Cincinnati Chattanooga New Orleans Birmingham Atlanta Asheville Shreveport Jacksonville v and Texas Points For information and rates address H A HainesAgt Danville Dan yule or G E Clarke T P A I ngtoiiri J 1 I f k k r 9 l lFrill i mt fa B m rn Drug o e01TJE zi F f 4 L f 1ti a tarr MGRoboits h 1 0 f GbN i HAL H i CO K U j LOUIS Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster SecondClan Mall Matter Lancaster Ky February 12 1904 The Harrodsburg Democrat truth fullysays The fellows who are going into jimminy and making gallery plays on the strength of the Chicago theater horror are tiresome In Lou isville the vigilant boards are talking of investigating the churches to see if they are in case of fire While it is the calling of the church to ulti mately save sinners from the tire still it is a well known fact that the at tendance Louisville churches is never large enough to cause a jam and call for standing only They have more trouble getting them into the churches than they will ever have to get them out Wten you see a man headed for a coal yard and detect an expression of resignation just put it down that he has thought the matter over and has resolved to grin and bear it What else could the poor man do New York legislators proposo to smash the corner on eggs As the eggs have been in storage for over two wishing New York legislature well The oldest inhabitant again is put to the necessity of trying to recall weather away back that was worse than what has been confronting us Deserved Tribute Friends of the Louisville House prepared the following tribute to the late Gen Danl R Collier Gen Collier is dead was the word which passed in hushed silence from lip to lip Saturday night as the news of his sudden taking away was made known throughout the entire town and those who knew him best passed the word on to his notice town one person they mourn him dead Daily papers appeared on Sunday with the usual memoirs but who yet has touched the real heart string which in low sweet and mournful cadence could tell of him as he really as a lion gentle as a child true as steel generous to a fault and nobility personified the best side of his nature was known only to his most intimate friends to whom he clung In adversity even more strongly than in prosperityA a gentleman a of these characteristics clammoring for ascendency in his nature cool and collected in the face of danger tender and sympathetic the hour of trial his equal has been seldom found Tragic almost though his death might seem the surpassing tranquility of his noble features as he lay in his casket 1 plainly spoke to those who looked in his face and seemed to say It is all right I am at rest Never even in I his younger manhood did he look one I half so grand as he lay peacefully awaiting the taking of his body back J to the county of his birth back to the little town dear to his heart as home where he has figured in all affairs of importance since heattainedvmanhood back to his own loved ones to be laid to rest in the little overlooking the town wrapped in bis countrys flag a floral tribute of his friends here and who now pass in silence through the corridors which have known him so long as a man of State who even turned the balance when riot like a hideous monster me j naced our fair State and whose judgment has never failed to stand by the right Like a pall does his death hang over the Custom House where he has tilled positions of trust and honor and with silent step we pass the closed door of his otlice and bow our heads in to his memory and may the in fluence of his stalwart character help to raise up others as leaders in time of trial and responsibility but it must be truthfully said There was only one Dan Collier In speaking of him Gen John B Castleman said last night He was fearless and loyal a man of intense political convictions but always fair and upright His strong and even passionate character never obscured his scene of justice He was in every way an admirable man An Early BIer A strong healthy active depends largely on the 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LittleEarly Risers man cases l membrane time heals mall take o 1r f fiif ttt e fi Kit as fits room the never One one cases and happiness comes therein tout MOMiBLE MURDER Will Ruckcr a Garrard County Boy Assassinated While On Duty in Danville v Rail way Office The ink had scarcely dried on last if this paper before Lancaster was thrown into a state of Intense by news from Darivlile to the effect that Will Ruck er had been murdered in his office In that city Having spent the greater part of his life in Garrard several years in Lancaster he was looked as one of our people and his manly bearing upright life and courteous treatment of all had won friends here who were deeply grieved to learn of his untimely death Concerning the crime the Advocate says William Rucker night operator of the Cincinnati Southern railway at this point was assassinated last night about 1030 oclock by some unknown person wholired a pistol through the ollice window the ball entering Ruck ers head killing him almost instantly The robbers then rifled the cash drawer and took about thirty dollars in money The shot was fired thro the south window of the office and from the looks of the hole In the glass the weapon must have been put close to the pane when the shot was fired as the powder burn was plainly seen on the sill the fus agent whose duty it is to meet the train due here at 1125 p m arrived at the depot about 11 oclock and seeing the sight immediately notified the po lice The news of the murder spread rapidly over the city and in a short while several hundred people had at the station Chief of Police Logan Wood telegraphed to of Wilmore who with his cele brated blood hound Nick Carter ar rived in Danville about two oclock and put the dog on the trail Thecash drawer was found about two hundred yards from the depot near the Ice Coal Companys plant un der a sycamore tree In the dead mans pocket was an envelope about 130 which the assassin failed to get The dog struck a hot trail from here and carried it into Ilarrodsburg The money drawer been prized open and the tray taken from it Search was immediately made for the tray which was found about alialf mile from the depotfrom which place the dogs took up the scent and traced the men into Harrodsburg up the Main street of the town to the railroad track where two men were seen to board a passing freight train The officers immediately wired to offl cials at Burgin to stop and hold the train until the officers arrivedbut the message arrived five minutes too late The men were fired on but In the darkness escaped The dogs again took up the scent and traced it within a half mile of Dicks river in the di rection of Bryantsville where it was completely lost The posse organized in pairs of two men on horseback who scoured all the roads in every Two suspicious men have been noticed for two days loafing around the depot one described as tall a long black coat with sleeves the other short and dark and this description tallies with the de scription of the men as given by a who met the posse on the road near Dicks river and also by Jumbo Hughes of Somerset who saw the men at Harrodsburg Both the Advocate and Danville News gave lengthy descriptions of the efforts made to apprehend the and spoke of the high regard in which Mr Rucker was held by the people at that city He has been night operator in Danville for about eighteen months The place is not a desirable one as it is far from the business portion of the town and being on a trunk line of railway tramps and tough characters pass Mr had been apprehensive of for time and spoke to bis wife about it He had worked all day before for the day man who was in Cincinnati which made almost hours he had been at the telegraph key and having about two hours between trains lay his head upon the table to catch a little nap Will Holtzclaw who was the first to reach the depot otter the death ofMr Rucker said I arrived at the depot at 1055 and noticed the time to see how long it would be No 3 would be in 1 saw Will Rucker lying on his arm bent the telegraph table The north window was oped and thinking be was asleep entered quietly to surprise him When I got on the inside of the room I saw blood trickling down the side of his face and when I shook him he not I was badly frightened but gave the alarm and in a while the depot was thronged with men The doctor was called but poor Will had passed beyond human aid It is strange that at such a lively early hour when a train expected that there was not a large crowd at the depot but seemingly there was no one besides the man killed Will Rucker Will Rucker was twentyeight of age and a native of Paint Lick this county He a son of Mr Mrs I C Rucker who reside in that city Mr Rucker charge of the flouring mills He was about a year to Miss Daisy Boy d of Berry Harrison county He will brothers learned telegraphy at Lick Jonas now being agent at Ford and Jim holding a place at Stonega Va He a quiet toy ever looking for a chance to favoi for a friend He had not a stogie bad i t I Issue excitement upon Wm Iloltzclaw ghastly gathered Jas Mulligan Danville containing direction wear- Ing ragged ne- gro assassins work- Ing before over short who years now Paint i iJ rVVVVVt night operator S Bud troublesome thirty six answer comp was where has mart ago similar was doa rw ad dud era was and fed being a model citizen in every respect Ou every hand are heard words of deepest sympathy for the young wile while expressions of feelings for the aged parents show the high regard and love our people have for them This paper has frequently spoken of upright honest Christian life of its good friend Mr I C Rucker father of the murdered boy and our readers who are personally acquainted with him know what character of man is A Godloving a man who shows by his daily walks what the true Christian should be he stands in the estimation of the people just a little higher than many men who make more pretentious as Chris flans and to our aged and beloved The Record joins with not on ly the community but all who have heard of the atrocious murder in ex tending the deepest sympathy Funeral services were held in Sunday morning the remains brought to Lancaster for inter ment The services at Lancaster were held at 3 oclock and the largest ever assembled in the local Cemetery was present to a last tribute respect to the family and the dead boy He was a member of the Methodist but as Dr Pearce sick Rev C M Chumbley of the church conducted the ceremonies A Danville people came over to the burial and there were many handsome floral tributes one a large harp given by the railroad boys Although the best detectives in the state and many local officers have been hard at work on the case yet there is no clew to identity of the and it begins to look as if the murderer would escape This is in deed greatly regretted Friends Indeed When persons old and young grasp your hand in time of trouble and sor row and you can so plainly see that you have their deepest sympathy it is then you know you have friends in deed As the old bell tolled as we passed through Lancaster out to the last resting place of our dear murder ed boy and brother it said to us so and country deeply sym pathize with you we love your people because you love us and enter into our grief with us Loving kindness Oh how sweet Father mother broth ers and sisters of W B Rucker Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson Keep Good Draft Mares The farmer who sells a big grade draft filly or mare makes a big says the Live Stock Journal as they are worth far more for than they can be for work alone A grade draft mare that will raise a colt worth to 350 is well worth 1000 to breed and work yet she sells for no more than a gelding A pure bred draft mare that raises colts that sell for 500 tol500 is certainly worth 2500 yet she sells for 600 to 800 when her first stallion colt sells for double that These pure tired draft mares no matter what breed will breed into more money in ten years than any other stock yet breeders sell them for less than half their breeding value Farmers have not learned to appreciate the draft mares for as they do in England where the best mares sell for much higher prices than the stallions Shire mares sell at auction of 1000 to 3000 and up to 5000 and they make their owners rich breeding such colts Our American farmers have not learned the value of pure bred or even grade draft mares the most profitable breeding stock on the farm Import ers cannot buy mares in France Bel glum or England cheap enough to sell here The farmer who breeds pure bred or grade draft mares makes his own price on the colts as fast as they mature Better Than Gold I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous de bilitv writes F J Green of Lancas ter N H No remedy helped me un began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medi cine I ever used They have also kept my wile 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Mothers can safely give Foleys lion ey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds for it contains no opiates or other poisons CCJ EStornies 1m If a man is bent on committing sui cide he can afford to be familiar with a mule A Cure for Eczema My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid mass of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many but none seemed to do any perma nentgood until I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and the little ones seal p is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to De 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 E C DeWitt Co is on every box Sold bv F Frisbie 1m f I I for me 1 I O advice consumption 1 r in- line Flowerthe remedy liberal druggists l d a i I y I I tal remedies I I startling f Bottles d Aug N C Theyre All Liars The woman dearly loved him but lie lied to her one day And then he told Another lie to clear the first away When that was done he lied agalu he couldnt tell you Until must every word ho told the woman was n He He lied to her nbout himself and of the life She took his lies for Gospel trnth belter Ing nil he said He lied nnd lied and lied and lied and then more hed plim Because she wits u woman and you see he Cincinnati Post Cheap Rates To all points in Montana Waslng ton Oregon and British Columbia March hit to April 30th 1004 Special rates to North Dakota in March Write at once for information and maps to Ira F Schwegel District Passenger Agent Wisconsin Central Ry407 Bid Cincinnati Ohio It Didnt Work A Turk who applied for a pension somehow unable to mention flshts that he lit So they answered him Nit I Unless by divine intervention IriyhtcrlouM CirciiiuMaiice 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 Pills to maintain it By gently arousing tile iuzy orirans they compel good diges tion and head off constipation Try them Only 25c at McRoberts lm Tis the COMFORT LINE FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS OX TIlE POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST As we are the originators of free reclining chair car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to get the Henderson Route habit it will us ASK USABOUT IT L J IRWIX GEO GAKRETT- Genl Puss Agent Trw Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr s New Discover T he led wus mUD Traction L I WITH why 4 lies was The Drug- Store r f0A cONSUMPTIONOUGHS OLDS Price 50c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK W S BEAZLEY Dentists T Once over Thomp oils store Danville at We have made arrangements with the Bastin Co whereby we will pay charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are signs on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 110 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25 tf Cut jl r Lexingtonflorist 1 G C FAIUS i Beazley Farm r ere iiii FOR Closer ann Timothy Soon Oliver Vulcan Plows I anti Plows Plows 1l WAbKER SON HVEADOUAVRIIRS Jv and Syracuse Hill Side Repairs for above t i 2ffifjlilliJ fjJfij ffjL0101fi iffiifji7liJi01grgJ iJl01jrf1 jjZ m DO YOU PLOW 1kII you a Do you want the Best Plow Do you want the Strongest Plow I I You know the Points of a Plow Look at our exhibit and decide for 0 yourself Plow Gear Collars IIe ffilliljJfl fifL W7lJjl 1 i Do need New Plow o o o o I 5 8 PostleI ee D Land Stock Crops Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and arc exceptionally line J Wade Walker Manse Ky Spring is close at h a n d and we should push work along lively The most important work should be done first and this may be the repairing of glazing and the sashes It is said that the agricultural of the South will this year yield at least 81500000000 to Southern far mers against 1050000000 in 1880 and 81270000000 in 1100 The value of the products of Southern factoriesand mines will be 81750000000 against 8457000000 in 1S80 and 81509009000 in 1900 showing a total of 83250000 000 for the year a difference of nearly 8500000000 as compared with the to tal value of the Souths products only three years ago The consumption of milk in cities of the first second third and fourth classes range from a minimum of one tenth pint toa maximum of two pints per capita Tins wide range indicates roughly that milk that milk consumption may be aided and stimu lated by attractiveness of service and good quality of milk And that re versely consumption may be depress ed to a minimum by the opposite or slovenly sale methods and products of low If individuals can afford to advertise their goods in order to reach the public why cannot cooperate to the same end and use the pages of the daily press to call attention to the excellence of their cream butter Perfect Coulldciicc Where there used lobe a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household whena child showed symptons 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 l 1 Bas ford of Poolesville Md in speaking of her experience in the use of that remedy says I have a world of con fidence iu Chamberlains Cough Reme dy for I have used it with perfect cess My child Garland is subject severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Character is the one thing without limit in its development When You Rave a The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of thb lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the se cretions A complete cure soon 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 Fur sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m We need to look forward for we must some day look back I A Nislit Alarm Worse than an alarm of lire 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 Mrs P L Cordier of Manniog ton Ky writes My three year old girl had a severe case of croup the doctor said she could not live I got a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar the first dose gave quick relief and saved it her life Refuse substitute C C JEStormes 1m he cannot respect Winter coughs are apt to result in consumption neglected They can be broken up by using Foleys Honey and Tar C C J E im For Sale hotbedsrepairing painting product grade productsmilk 1 su r m rn old follows I ot t l LJP i I t r dairymen r I S whirsoon Storm j e t o ch as Gossip About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In Miss Ann Hill is visiting relatives in Danville Mrs J S Robinson who has been ill is somewhat improved Miss Ethel Dunn has been visiting relatives at Bryantsville Mrs Georgia Lusk entertained a few friends Thursday evening Mr M D Hughes has been in Perry ville a few days on business Col W S Ferguson of Covington is here spending several weeks Miss Fronie Fox has been visiting Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts Mr and Mrs J E Stormes today for Florida to spend a month Miss Stella Huston is visiting Mrs Guy Davidson for a few days Miss Katie Traylor of Lincoln is visiting Miss Katie Simpson Little Mary Owsley who has been quite sick has about recovered Mesdames Bryant and Dickerson of Bryantsville were here Monday aMiss Fannie Doty has been the guest of friends at Point Leavel Miss Isabel Walker leaves this week for New Orleans to spend a month Mr Ford of Lexington has been visiting his brother Judge A D Ford Miss Bettie Francis 01 Paint Lick is visiting her aunt Mrs J S Misses Lizzie and Mattie Beazley were hostesses of their club the past week Miss Bruce Pumphrey is spending a few weeks with her sisters at ton Ohio Mrs John Lock and children of Bar bouiville are guests of Squire Kinuaird and wife Mrs J Joseph has returned from a delightful visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Fox or Eton Ohio Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden have moved in the property recently by the family of Mr R G Ward Mrs It H Fox and Mrs Sarah Hack ley have returned from a visit to their sister Mrs W Ruble of Bryantsville Miss Lucy Francis has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond ac companied by her niece Miss Naomi Bill lew Miss Florence Harris entertained a few friends the past week in honor visitor Miss Florence Darnall of Maysvilie Mr Earl Ward orders his paper changed from Lexington to Cincinnati where he has entered the University of Cincinnati Mr John Marrs of Richmond has been visiting his sisters Mesdames R II Toinlinson R Kinnaird and G B Swinebroad Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury left this Thursday morning for Springfield Ohio where they will vis it their sister Mrs Howard Rice Hoskins of Pineville who has been visiting his daughter Mrs T J Hatcher who is very much better returned to his home last week Mr Jas Clark who underwent a sur gical operation last week is much im proved and will be out in a few days to the gratification of his many Louisville Post Miss Mary Wool Bridge of Denver Col who is visit ing Mrs J V Pilcher will remain about ten days Mrs Pilcher will entertain for infomally next Somerset Republican L Frank Hubble of Rockcastle Springs came to town nearly a week ago to visit Mrs nubble and her mother who spending the winter here and returned to the springs Wednesday Mr Hubble is en joying the winter season by employing j j People W H vacated other Mr J F frIends I left Haw ii leer week y n d twenty live in getting out timber We are glad to see haw into gether recovered from pneumonia by his stay at the springs B Phillips of Danville and Misses Myrtle and Pearl Philips of Harrodsburg are visiting the Misses HenryMr Kinnaird has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr W B Burton has returned from a business trip to Lexington Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Leander Davidson We had a most pleasant call from our friends Maj E W Lillard and Tunis of Danville Tuesday evening Mrs J L Schooler of Paint Lick has been visiting her daughter Mrs Jack Adams She is now visiting her daughter Mrs Willis Adams of Mt VernonMiss Johnson will begin her select school at Bryantsville on the 15th She is one of the best teachers in the county and her services are highly appreciated wherever she teach es Frankfort cor Courier Journal Mrs John W Rodman entertained at luncheon in honor of Miss Christine Bradley of Louisville Mrs William Cromwell entertained a few friends in honor of Miss Louise Farris of Lan caster Wednesday evening A little kiss from her lovers lips Made the maiden feel quite rich But she changed her mind in after years When his pants she had to stitch Resolutions The following resolutions have been passed by the Lancaster W C T U Resolved that by the removal of Mrs Laura Ward our former president to another place of residence our has lost one of its must valued and etlicient members and one whose place will be difficult to till That our thoughts will follow her with a loving interest as she leaves us and our best wishes go with her that in her new surroundings her life may continue one of active useful serviceThat we most heartily commend her to the good will and fellowship of any Union or organization with which she may connect herself assur ing them that they will find in her a most capable member and one worthy in the highest degree of their and esteem Mrs Fleecle Kinnaird Mary R Patterson Committee BllYANTSVILLE C C Becker was in Lexington a few days on business Mr W II Pettus has returned after spending several days in Somerset Miss Alice Dunn has returned from a weeks visit to friends in Danville Miss Nell Bourne has returned to her home in McCreary after a visit to friends here Saturday afternoon Mr Eugene Berkeles horse fell with him hurting him quite seriously Mr S S Stedman who has been con fined to his room for several months is not so well at this writing Mrs Mote Scott who has been to her room for several days is very much improved at this writing Miss Mamie Ballard was in Nicho lasville last week where she went to attend the reception at Jessamine In stitute Mr Hathan Noe of Danville is building a mill at this place work was begun on it several days ago and it surely will be an addition to our little village MAUKSBURY Will Broaddus is quite sick at this writing Will Burnside of Danville has been visiting relatives here Ed Bourne sold two loads of corn to Danville parties at 225 per bbl Charles Burdett bought of John An derson a nice Jersey milk cow for 30 Kinnaird Bourne bought of C A a pair of young work mules for 200 Miss Nellie Bourne of Upper Gar rard has been the of Miss Amle PerkinsMiss Simpson has been visit ing her cousin Cook in Lex ington Rupert Fox sold several loads of to Bowen Fox of Danville at 2 75 per J W Simpson bought of Mrs Gill of Lrucaster five long yearling calves at 3ic Mr J A Wood left Monday night for Ashvllle NC for a visit his sis ter Mrs Will Floyd He was accom panted by Mrs James Tarkington of The Ladies Working Society entertained last Thursday afternoon at the hospitable home of M F Rout Mrs W M Stallings was pres ented a dozen beautiful silver tea spoons a knife and sugar shell by Madams Charles Burdett and M F Rout in behalf of the church and So clety Foleys Honey and Tar is best for croup and whooping cough contains no opiates and cures quickly ful mothers keep it In the loose CO JEStormes Ira r He lights no lives who makes light i1 N K i A l1 confidence U confined OUrs Robinson guest MrJ F to butter l I lab reis Mrs R Union tube corn barrel Pet Danville Mrs of love S r 1 tie was Care HOUIINK Gilbert Turner has sold hiss crop of tobacco at 7 cents Sam Morford bought of Joel Marsee 10 shoats for 27 Miss Loa Duncan is numoered with the sick this week Wm Duncan bought a from Born to the wife of J E the 4th inst a 10 Ib boy Mrs Leonard Nave has about recov ered from her recent Illness Mr and Mrs Sam Morford are rejoic ing over the arrival of a girl James Turner bought a good work mare from S N Steadman for 60 Miss Gertrude Ball w s the guest of Misses Hamm last week Mrs Frank Ball and children visited relatives at Nicholasville last week Miss Edith Hamm has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in JessamineJ and wife of Hiattsville visited relatives here from Saturday until Monday Messrs John and Butler Sebastian of Buckeye spent a part of last week with J P Ilamm and family Noel Marsee returned home Sunday from a visit to his uncle Jonah Mar see of Preachersville he was by his cousin Nelson Marsee who will remain here some time Railroad Casualties The bulletin issued by the inter state commerce commission shows that the railroads of the UnitedStates killed 3554 and injured 45977 persons during the year ending June 30 1003 an increase of 735 killed and of 6179 Injuries over the previous year This is a bad showing In his histo ry of the Boer war Michael Davitt es that the number of men kill ed in action on the British side at 4 842 and on the Boer side at 3000 Ma ny bloody battles in past and recent times have had much smaller list of casualties than Is shown in the years running of our railroads Take your eggs and butter to Telephone 121 and get a nice steak at lOj a Ib at Wards meat market 2 An experienced cutter will V1 me Feb 17th 18th and 19th y 2t The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the baby 25 tt Smith Currey Agts Clover and yr Seed oats clover tUdotby seed for sale Bajres Hudson You can buy more goods for 100 cash grocery than any place in town 2t Clover and Oats Seed for save a timothy seed oaks Hudson Two rooms firstclass For if desired tf Joseph Faulconer Dont fall to come and ine im moose line of merchant on on display Jfeb 17th 18th and 2t J C In order to make a change in our business we will close out our stock of Books Toys and fancy goods As we wish to make more room for our watches clocks jewelry silverware and spectacle business tf Thompson the Jeweler Spring Opening On Feb 17th 18th and 19th I will have on display one thelargest lines of spring anti woolens for merchants this place and see have your by an experienced cutter who will be with me on those dates 2t J C ANNOUNCEMENT To the Voters of the Firth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Demo cratic party As Circuit Judge it my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the newCon stitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a arose as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dockets ofmy court touching the rights of corporations and the exercises of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circum stances is left to you to determine I be very grateful to all who tee they can assist me to secure the high position office to which I aspire Very respectfully 212tf JAMES E CANTBEXI The poorest church is the one that no poor Nearly Forfeits fit Lire A runaway almost ending fatally started a horri We ulcer on the leg of J Franklin Grove 111 years it deHed all and all re medies But Bucklens Arnica had no to him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erup Mona and Piles 25c at Drugstore terribly risky to forget you married when your wife ie around J I 50 pare Lllburn for 50 attractI- ve accompanied l tlDates Ward2t th J C washes Se an oatsclove an For Rent housekeeping see folio I em hill men tall ver SHown at kindly as the aid me retaken became controversy and B Orner Salve liB e F Rap 882 Oats a- Wards reed i s an tit u will has 4 Fort doctors trouble cure Zdc13o Its L n n t call 1 our its are Business and Bargains I Valentines hundreds of them at tf Tfcompsonss Closing out all Xmas Roods cheap er 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 1 10 30tf Potts Bros Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville for ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf The HaseldenRoblnson Hardware Co Buggies Harness Saddles and Im elements Electric Ranges Fast Cooking Good Looking Low Closing out all our Books Toys and fancy goods as we take stock Feb 1st Come at 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 VJamblne Work 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 lure Jan 10th will add 6 per cent to them Thompson the Jeweler Bank Stock For Sale I have 14 shares of Citizens Nation al bank it Lancaster stock for sale Any one desiring to purchase will ad dress Room 406 KyTitle Building Ky naming price that will be paid W 0 Bradley tf Special Notice- I moved my shop to rooms the Fox Studio where will be glad to see our friends and customers attention good razors and years of experience fit us to do the best work Call on the old reliable Barber tf Henry Duncan Mill For Rent I offer my Planing 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 is located near the depot making shipments easily handled Call on or address me at Lancaster Ky Y S Leavell Another Call At a meeting of the Democraticcom mittee for Garrard county the follow ing resolution was adopted A meeting of the committee is call ed for February 22nd 1904 at 130 p m at which time all the candidates for county offices are requested to be 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 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 con uphold the action of the committeeM E L WOODS 3t Sect Ohm Commissioners Sale of Land GAUKAHD CIRCUIT COURT Virginia P Arnold etc Pills vs D V Jenkins etc Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar raid Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1903 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY FEBRUARY 22 1904 publicly before the court door in Lan caster sell to the and best bidder the following described property in Garrard County Ky on the waters of Dlx and begin sing 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 1119 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 U W 39 2 chains to a stake corner to same in line to Mattie J Smiths 95 acre tract thence with line of same last named N 89 W 1L06 chains to a stake in said line corner to aforesaid homestead thence with line of same N 11 E 3964 chains to the beginning containing 43fr acres and being the remainder of the 77 acre tract or Annie M sign tract left after allotment to C M Jenkins of 331 acres thereof as a homestead There Is alien on the whole of the 77 acre tract of land above mentioned of the acres sold Is a part to secure the Defendants Willie Melville Jenkins Leslie Lee Fenklns Annie K Jenkins and Margaret Jenkins in the payment of the of 827551 each in terest thereon at the rate of six percent per annum from May 27 1902 until being portion of sale bond to them from the sale hereto fore made of said 77acre tract sold in this action and left to them on iccount of them being infants TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of and 12 months bonds with good se curity will be required of the ser for the money payable q the undersigned bearing 6 per cent from of sale until paid having thl force and effect of a judg ment upon hicb execution may issue if bonds are cot paid at maturity A lien will be on the property sold until the lMM money MwUr Cowr Garnu3 Circalt Court j our Lumber Lou- Isville under Polite machinery 122 tt present mass vention to 1 Jenkins divi 431 tote Ix 1 i I f J ltc c I Prices once have building which yam JOHN KIiILLER Stationery 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 1 Now is the time to Get your Stationery r lt t t OUR CCX PEJCE Sale f i mumJ r ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky I I t DRUGSTORE g re Erttilt aIIIft1aq r 8 r f IUtooo4 8 Is 51rtj 1 U 1 P to h qd a- a G y tD tig Oq C- tly y v- r B Stands for Dread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender Reliance Curre DaYidsoDs THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A M to 3 P M Call early 2 2 2 2 2 0 0000 GNOS SPENCER President lag Accountant Educates Young People For Good Employment and Succes Jt CALL OH WHITE FOR FULL INFORMATION BuSiness ANDSIuH MAt HriM Nil lilt DIMHflgL001SVILLEKY EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT College THOSE TURNER HARRIS Mf1M16ERSCUSS Go OldPapersCheaptliis office d COTTON Reigns but the heirs apparent to his throne are many It is because of the variety of her industries that home seekers of every class look to ARKANSAS Her fruits wherever exhibited carry away the prize from her sister states two yearly vegetable crops are de monstrated possibilities and her lumber her coal granite and zinc deposits offer flattering inducements to the inves tor See FOR YOURSELF ONE PARE PLUS 200 t KING i SJz t For the Round Trip the FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS of each month GEO H LEE Q P A Little Rock Ark HOWARD JOLLY T P A Cincinnati u 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 I 11111111011 II t II 1 t i 4 ttt One Fare plus 200 For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each month GEO H LEE o p A Little Rock Ark HOWARD JOLLY T p A Cincinnati O 1111111111111111111111111 II 1111111 ps+ + + + + ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress in the Eight District to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the party Your support is earnestly solici ted tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L Divot SON as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Gulley is a candieate for Supt of Public Schools in Garnrd 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 Coun ty Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratic party Democratic POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the F Embry Price Bros Ed N BPrlce George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Laden Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N A Beazley Milt Ward Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley H West W R Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton J C Hemphill Hemphill Walden Leslie Harber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell MrsJ I r law- S Lt OUR LINE OF MILLINERY GOODS- is always complete We always have in stock all the NOVELTIES and NOTIONS Prices the lowest 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 poop WHISKY Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of 10yearold absolutely pure whisky either Bye or Bourbon for 3ao and pay all Express charges to your nearest ex press office Or we will send you One Gallon of our sixyearbid pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for 250 a twogallon jug In box 475 a three gallon jug in box 700 fourgallon jug for 9 00 and prepay all express charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE Full Measure Delivery and Entire SATISFACTION In Every Respect or Tour Money Refunded Goes with every order And ourguarantee is always good Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim our whiskey is absolutely pure and a little better than any Other the price and we elect each customer a judge in the case If after you have tried it you dont find all our claim true you are at liberty to return it at our expense We will pay charges both ways and return all your money to the price of your postage You lose one cent hy trying our goods if we tail to please you Make your remittance payable and address HAGAN DISTILLING CO Or P O Box 432 Lexington TCy 0A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with order t SALLJE D TILLST IN TUB TIME PURE absolutely Safe at Oven shan c ooQooQo r INTER a I each JL Miss Ida Hurt Is visiting her sister atJellico Small pox patients are all about well in Lowell Miss Ella Howe has been real sick but is now well Wm Sadler sold his saddle horse to Speed for 885 J M Meadows Is fencing the property he bought of J S Burrows Miss Allie McDonald oi Burbon vr ted Miss Cora Hurt last week J B Parker is fixing to put in a new side walk in front of his premises The storm did considerable damage to fences and farms in this neighbor hood Mrs El Brown is at home after an extended visit to her parents at Win chester The Post Ofllce here has not hands yet Mr Moodly is acting deputy for Metcalf George Moodly took oosession of his store here last week Mr Metcalf going below Lancaster where he has bought a farm Every one here was shocked at the dastarly deed committed at Dauville last week Will Bucker was as good a boy as ever lived and had scores of friends where ever he was known Hanging is to good for the parties who did Kentucky at the Worlds Fair Iron ore Sundial Hourglass Petri fled log Plastic clays Orchard grass Charity schools Historical views Medicinal plants Brown sand stone Growing bluegrass Lithographic stone Honey and beeswax Kentucky day June 2 Clay for lining boilers Native fruits and nuts iluundred year old clock Method of road building Scores of transparencies Business college exhibits Hand stripped bluegrass Mammoth sweet potatoes Red white and blue corn Superb selection of gems coal car for mines Jugs jars and flower pots Inventions of Kentuckians Blue ribbon jacks and jennets All forms of manufactured tobacco Mineral water in bottles and barrels Display from Institution of Deaf and Dumb Kentuckys public school system since 1829 Sectional map with latest geologi InformationHandsome design piano in Ken tucky building Sections of every known vain of coal in the State Specimens of onyx weighing hund reds of pounds Autograph letter from President Andrew Jackson Big exhibit from Agricultural Station Portraiits of Kentuckys famous sons and daughters- All Kentucky newspapers on file in the State Building Collection of leaves representing all the principal forest trees Handsomest exposition building erected in Kentucky- An obelisk of coal showing the for past ten years My Old Kentucky Home on the largest pipe organ ever built Flint lock rifle used twenty years be fore Kentucky was a State Leaf tobacco eighty feet long made of thousands of samples One hundred barrels cold storage for opening day of Exposition Hundreds of stalls pens and coops for Kentuckys studs herds and flocks Barren grass that covered the tree less portion of Kentucky a century ago ifnn Ledford lodel Experiment ever production apples LL I changed its if have not got Di Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for Remember this Remedy Is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing LADY OR GEN to manage businc is in and adjoining territory for house financial standing ajDOp straight cash Aalary and ex paRses JH tero position iFeb0 Jjru 100 VNT1 TRUSTWORTHY tIe lIl an of fro O m perman Jftwi Bldi C1IJc thiounty sfiid onday erect headquarters fJiid t c F4ud A friend in need is a friend in deed The final test of friend ship is deeds not words not promises but performance When Mrs Ruff refers to Dr Pierces of a wide experience of the merits II j goodfriend of that medicine When her life was hanging in the balance it brought her back to health As Director of the German Or phans Home she has oppor tunity time and again to test its power in the cure of womanly diseases As a result she says Our great rem edy for female trouble is Dr tt Favorite Prescription was brought to my home Mrs Director of German Orphans Home residing at 339 Rowena Street Detroit I took it and like a brave friend it fought the battle against dis ease and won me back to health Ever since then I have been its firm friend We frequently have mothers come to our Home who are with It would so quickly cure the dis ease relieve inflammation and stop pain weakening drains heals inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong sick women well Five years ago when my life was hanging in balance Dr Pierces PrescriptionWe 77 Prescription Rams Horn Blasts What God demands is as nothing to what He deserves Ifis a good deal easier to drop rut than to rise out of it Many people can criticise the num ber who can create is much smaller Better a bare board with the bless ing of God than His curse on a hall oneGod is never afraid of putting a life time of training into an hours serviceThe who thinks he is drifting at pleasure is really driven by passion How can the city smell sweet so long as the saloon sewer stands wide openMen who make a business of relig gion are not likely to make a religion of businessTo courage of our captain is better than the courage of our con victionsThe in the mirror is the one completely deceived by the mask of hypocrisyThere is no merit in making the devil 30 to church when yon take hits in your heart The man who is always ready to ta per off always wears a reddy taper on his nose Destructive criticism withers when ever the light of tho cross shines on the pages of the world New York Donts In York the board of health is trying to instruct the people how they may individually avoid the disease Rules applicable in New York are in Lancaster Here are some of the New Yorkdonts Dont stop treating a slight cold until it is completely cured Dont go into the cold air in an overheated condition Dont go out of an overheated room into the street without up Dont stay in an overheated room any longer than you can help it A moderate temperature is more health ful Dont sit in an overheated car too tightly bundled up Dont drink too much Dont go without a proper amount of sleep rest is necessary to keep the body in a proper state of resistance Dont hesitate to see A step in time may save an undertakers Boys Essay on Ducks The following is a boys essay on the duck The duck is a low heavy set bird composed mostly of meat and feathers He is a mighty poor having a hoarse voice caused by getting so many frogs in his neck tie likes the water and carries a toy bal loon in his stomach which fills with air on going in swimming over his head to keep from sinking He can quack loud but cant sing a little bit Some doctors are called quacks they are such cheap ducks The duck has only two legs and they are set so far back on his running gear by nature that she came purty near missing his body A quack doctor has only two legs but they are fashioned on his body low down His bill is not so broad as a ducks but a heap longer and harder to pay Some ducks when they get big have curls on their tails and are called drakes Drakes dont have to set nor hatch but just loaf swimming and eat If I was going to be a duck Id rather be a drake The serious life expresses itself In simplicity Have You Indigestion If you have Indigestion Kodol Cure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curing people every day every hour You owe it to yourself to give it a trial You will continue to suffer until you do try it There is no other combination of di gestants that digest and rebuild at the same time Kpdol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by lPFrlsble 1m Into- a New applicable wrapping the doctor bill I every Dyspepsia singer because gin time- uterine troubles inflammation tu mors and ulcera tions Our great remedy for all fe male trouble is Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and we have nothing so far so quickly cure relieve in flammation and It is a good friend to womenSick women are invited to consult Doctor Pierce by letter All disease are held as strictly private and the written confidences of women are guarded by the same strict professional privacy observed by Dr Pierce and his staff in per sonal consultations with weak and sick women at the Invalids and Surgical Institute N Y Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pleasant Pellets asa laxative delicate women Hotel Pierceuse rlasira1ll Buffalo most faa Fire in the business district of Balti more raged twentyeight hours and swept over seventyfive city block destroying about 2500 buildings On ly one fatal accident was reported and it is believed the list of the will not exceed fifty The city is under martial law A tenday legal holiday and the extension of matured paper for thirty days have been asked for Baltimore insurance men eiti mate fire loss at 812oOoO000 and time insurance at 00000000 A man doesnt need a pass in ordei to enable him to pass by an opportu nityMany a man who is offered tin chance of a life time for a mere song cant sing Why is it that babies are alwayy conspicuons by their absence at mothers meetin Uncover the cause of sin and YO discover the cure Messrs Simpson and Jackson are gaining new customers every day Good goods and is thcii mottoW Watson is still poorly but improvingMr of Preacherville his sister Mrs J B Curtis last and Sunday and attended churcl- Mesdcmes Wrenn and o Pittsburg visited Mrs John Wheeler last week Mr Rube Wheeler has been very with rheumatism and grip time but is improving now The Rev A J Pike filled his appoint men tat Freedom on the 1st Saturday and Sunday but hereafter will preacl on the 4th Saturday and Sunday MANSE Quite a little cyclone passed thro here Sunday morning The Presby terian church at this place was almost demolished The Fairview church which had hardly neared completion was blown down Fences were blowi down every were and numbers of tree were uprooted Mr Jasper Bogie and family left foi Indiana last week to make their home Will Leavell and bride accompanied them and will perhaps reside there The large tobacco barn belonging ti J Wade Walker was blown to piece during the recent wind storm it wa filled with tobacco Mrs J H White has been spending several days with her parents Mrs James Vincent Arnold of Pine ville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Burnside Your correspondent has been for several weeks with an abscess on a tooth and has been unable to you with any news R KINNAIRD INSURANCE AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford ConaeticBt German American Phenix of Brookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe NertkBritlsn MerchantO- eletiala injured slowly visited Saturday Yon e aid for somt future suffering RODresentinJ FolloJifl COJlDanie CllfHartfIllClo X 55 5 NINA furnish t- t f How Hydm i Health Kll ibo Germ oftirip Cuturrk and Colds Costs Nothing If It Now that Hyomei can be obtain ill nearly every town and city in the country it is possble to buy frcm druggists a health giving climate to be can ie l in time purse or pocket By briathing it a few miuutts four times a d y you can soon cure grip coughs colds and even the worst and most chronic cases of catarrh R E McRoberts has seen so many remarkable cures made by the Hyomei treatment that they sell it with the positive agreement to return the money if it fails to cureA complete outfit costs but Si and consists of the pocket inhaler medicine dropper and sufficient Hyomei to last several weeks It effects a cure in the worst troubles and if breathed at he commencement of a cold or the grip will check it quickly and pre vent sickness Extra Lottles of Hvomei can be obtained for 50 c When breathed through the the germkilling and health giving Hyomei goes to the most remote cells of the thiont and lungs killing all the catarrhal germs soothing the irritated membrance and vitalizing the blood with ozone At this season of the year every one should have a Hyomei outfit to prevent and cure catarrhal troubles and ward off attacks of grip pneumonia and similar germ diseases mi helps Say ICE lfIcUber8 I catarrh inhaler I mucous I I I I Fails Get the Habit Tike Life Plant and Get Well I Medical history does not record a discovery equal the merits LIFE PLANT for the cure of Rheumatism Catarrh and all Blood Disease Its action mates the poisonou germ that ere the blool is pure Our guarantee is No Cure No Pay therefore there is no reason for you to suffer longer Mm Susan Lewton of Malvern O writes 1 bad rheumatism for one year and a considerable I was so bad I could scarcely wait My ankle was so a great deal of tile time I could scarcely get on my shoe My limbs weie numb and I suffered contin Dally I tried a great remedies but was unable to get relief until J tried LIFE PLANT 1 took four bottles and was entirely cured It Is a great remedy Life Plant ii Manufactured only by THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO permanentIt pureblood oUb ninny J y Y TRADE MARKS DESIGNS Anyone ending a xketrh nrd description may uscertj our opinion an Invention is probably Cominunlrn tions strictly rontldemlal on Patents sent free Oldest een for necurmir patents Patents taken tliruuch Munn t Co receive tptelal notice without cfanrge In the A handsomely I1lnlrnt t wcetlr Inrcest cit culation of any MNi lo Journal Terms 3 a year 5 L tioldbyrjl newsdealer New York Itrancl Office C5 F Bt Washington I C Pneumonia follows La Grippe but nover follows the use of Y v1f COPVRIGHTS C ill Sn c JiIm rICan tour f mirJ He GO3G1BrCadlllY LA GRIPPE 4 e Scii FOLEYS KODOL Honeyand I It stops the Cough and heals the lungs Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption Ms O VACHEE of 157 Osgood St Chicago My wife had la grippe end it left her with a very bad cough on hot lungs which POLEJS UOXET ANn TAR cured completely writes For Richmond Winchester Lexlug ton Frankfort Louisville na Inrls Carlisle Mnysvlllf Coy Ington Cincinnati etc I I I For Stanford Junction Lelm lion Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Litiugston London Cor bin Middlesboro etc I For Richmond end intermediate sta tioua tor Stanford and way stations Trains run dally except Sunday Above isLEAVING time 11 stop at all staous when flagged Queen Crescent Time Card amNumberNumber 5 1107 am9 Daily except Sunday NORTH BOUND Nnmber2 when Hailed 415 pmNumber 4 Daily Does Not Stop Number Daily Stop 130 pmNumber 10 Daily except Sunday 6iO amNumber 4 does not stop at Danville butdoesstop at Junction City at 4 51 am KODOL digests what you TRIXS tv nAILIE SOUTH nOUN 1 755 prn I I I eat KODOL KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach I cures indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troublesallstomach digestive organs KODOL the heart a full free and action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL Time in effect 11 i6Nov accelerates the action of the trlc glands and elves tone to the gas relieves an of all nervous strain gives to overworkedstomach 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 holdine times the trial size which sells for SOc y E C OtVITT 4 CO CB1C1C3 Sold by F P Frisbie GCUBEWMEDICAL contained 2 ant DISCOVrfRYFon THE IEOOOUVERrIf it sat I DRP RCFS The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex El Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird o o o O O 000 O O 0I493 2 0 Q O O O 0000000 O O AA i 4 LEWIS Y LEAVELL President I Lancaster Trains Leave NoiO- 51i ea 10JU AI FoIl No2- t2nOla r No11- S 16 z J S ROBINSON VIce Pre 3 3 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooot B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson- J J Walker T M Arnold and Exchange John H Potts Propr v Manufacturer of and dealer in High Grade Flour and Meal Grax ham Flour Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats CrushedV Corn rtn nnrl Fertilizers SorghumSeed Pp Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY 0 Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave A PHONE 100 ORGANIZED 1883 I I O Flour Feed Store o 2 StUtI 0Seed Grains Amonla Potash 2 Potts Mixed Poultry Food Ii