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RECORDLANCASTER KY PRIIUV FEBRUARY 19 14HU CEVH O rEE1vxn U47 ny w Mi THE NTRAL 4 TEdR r y 7Funeral Directors Arterialand Cavity We have the antI most complete line or Furniture carpets RL DAVIDSON Attorney At over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to business H1 in Si ti 1 caASai t BF 1 f 4 Embalming 44444 largest an In L Central Sentocky aiv- Oa1cc IOU Hill Plows Turning Plows Disc Harrows Large line of Bridles Collars Hames Traces Collar Pads Back Bands Etc HARDWARE CO Spring Mattresses Chairs Rockers Side boards Dresses Bed t Room Suits Sewing Machines etc Get our prices R L JENNINGS Paint Lick I J I 1 I t Hselnen A i- RODinson j l fYi ti1 rI I SPECIAE x f J t Local Interest Court day Monday Banksclosed Mud rain snow ice bail and sun shine no to make up a day lately Its a mixture truly Monday is County Court day It falls on the 22nd a legal holiday so the banks and post office will be clos ed The holiday is one of the biggest nuisances of the hour This ollice bas just printed a new telephone directory for the Bastin Telephone Company rnese phones are all over tins couutyand are a bless Ing fur the public It you get a notice from this office it doesnt mean we think you are not going to settle but that we only want to see how long it will take you to get here with the dough TUP Baptist Helping Hand Society will meet Saturday with Mrs II A B and important bus will be transacted all members arc requested to be present New Chairman At a meeting of the Republican county committee Mr It 11 Batson was chosen chairman to till vacancy caused by death of Gen D R Collier Dollar Wheat Col W S Ferguson sold several bun dred bushels of wheat to Sanders Walker at 1 00 per bushel the buyers hauling it Several other dollar sales have been made in this locality Wheat Climbing Mr IT A B Marksbury tells us wheat is worth a dollar and six or seven cents today He says the outlook is for a crop this year as there has been no snow to protect it and almost threefourths has been killed His Nationality Andy Jett the polite and gentle manly barber at IlenryDuncans shop was a witness in a case at Richmond last week One of the attorneys ask ed him the question What is your nationality I am from Lancaster replied Jett with an air of m pride Colonial Tea r The young peoples Missionary Soci ety of the Presbyterian church will give a Colonial Tea at the RestRooms Monday evening the 22ud Uncle George and Aunt Martha Wash ington will be present and receive the guests A delightful evening Is prom n ised and you should go and help a worthy cause Admission 15c Services In Court House As their building is torn up to put in the big organ the congregation of the Christian church will hold servi ces in the Court louse Sunday and evening at usual hours The Sunday School and Christian meetings will be held in same place The services will continue there uutil L the church is put in order again Meets Monday The Democratic County Committee will meet onday to discuss time and manner of selecting candidates for couutyoflicesand the committee wants all candidates and their friends to before it and state their views If you arc a candidate or have any bees buzzing in your bonnet be there Non i pay or forever after hold your peace Putting in Organ The large pipe organ for the Chris tian church has arrived and is being installed It was the to it in one corner of the building but it is too large and has to be placed be hind the pulpit The instrument is I one of the finest in the state An ex j pert organist will come and give instructions as to operating I the instrument Mrs Belle Burnside will play which means that it will be r well done This week we are sending to every subscriber who is in arrears a state mentshowing how he stands with this office This is not done we are afraid the money will not be paid but from the fact that we need every dollar owing One hand has been bu sy for several days on this work it re quires postage and other expense so if you get a notice please let us have what you owe The paperyou receive represents much material hired and work by the editor so dont think a printing office can run honey No Developments There have been no developments in the Rucker assassination case since issue Many wild minors have been circulated but so far there has been absolutely no news of any unless the detectives have a card up their sleeves The latter the ory doubtless is the true state of as the best officers in the state are at work on the case and it they have the they would be foolish to take them to Danville Lancaster or we may say any town in this section All th rewards are offered for arrest and conviction and if the arrests are made and the men hanged by mob as a matter of there could be no claim made for money If the detectives the men they are wise in holding them in hiding until they be safely taken into court and l UI I Iark bur commendable morning Endeavor intention put from Lexington labor without last men a tile Can i I next ices c discouraging appear Business because i I consequence case course have tried MORE LOC444 ON PARE x Hon Harve Helm A is he J This distinguished gentleman wno a for Congress in this dis trio subject to the action of the dem ocratic party is thoroughly equipped for the place and the manner has Uiscimrgeci important public trusts is sufficient apology for this sketch He was horn in the six i at tended the Academy grad tinted at Central University in 1887 taught school at Perry ville lu 18S8 and was admitted to the bar in 1890 He was elected to the legislature in 1893 county attorney in 1897 and again in 1901 He was a delegate to the Convention in 1900 and will go to the Congress in 1904 Ills contribu tions in local compaigns have exceeded those of any other man and he is am ply able and perfectly willing to con tribute all that will necessary to the campaign and carry the banner to victory in the of his nomination He is by no a pauper candidate The dis is safely 3000 democratic and old theory that it requires a bar to win should he eliminated from campaign and let the race be made the merits and just claims of the It is not a crime to have money but atStanfurd National w l s 3 Cloaks S Special sale of Cloaks 1 worth 5 and 7 will be lE closed out at 3 4c Calico 1000 yds Calico in Blue Gray and Reds limited ten yds to a customer 4c PercalesS- mall assortment of ten I cent Percales will be clos ed out at 7c 5c Cotton i 500 yds Bleached Muslin limited ten yds to each cus tomer 50 10c Ribbons EJ Special lot of all silk rib bons in all colors worth E double the money at ice Ribbons g One lot of all silk Rib H bons in all colors E wide goods wotth- J double the money at 150 i 75c I Shirts One lot of Mens Soft land Stiff Busom Shirts worth one dollar will be i closed out at ySc 3J48 SkirtsO- ne of ladies nice wool ready to skirts worth 500 to 700 will be closed put at 3 48 X0XjX Xi Ii torn 7ic g m 3 m m m m 15c1m t8 II t I t r I i I 1 1 L I Handsome lot wear blessing Yet when it is used to gain favor in politic it becomes a curse What chance has a man of or dinary means with Hearst to bid 2000000 fur the presidential nomination Money does not disquali fy the owner and should not disqualify his opponent The emoluments should be distributed without reference to money and then the officer will be closer to The Great Common has not had democratic congressman to his is absolutely beautiful Learned in the ready of speech profound propositions and advocate that which favors the general welfare beyond reproac- hIt goes without saying that we will all be for the nominee but the expres sion that the resources of the subject of this sketch were insufficient pro yoked a denial and the foregoing com ments DEMOCRAT III J who is able IPeo- ple Ialwaystrue whoisIdayhemaintainhis I 5c Ribbon Special sale of Ribbons worth double the price will be sold at 50 lfil all silk Ginghams One lot of dress Ging hams dark colois 7 j c 7ic Shoes One lot Ladies and Miss es Soft Calf Shoes worth one dollar and seventyfive cents will be sold at r 125 Shoes One lot of Ladies and Misses Kid Shoes worth 1 75 and 2 will be sold out atij25 1 i Io cJ I a 4Yr r fInIII All of our I 16M Than 6ost We mean what we say and if you genuine bar I Job lot of Hats at your own price I I 000 000oL e 6loan sweep heavy SUitSAND Overcoats must be sold and we are offering them at want gains call on us HTLOOftNI 0 75c Jackets Small assortment of child rens Jackets worth 2will be sold at 75c 498 CloaksO- ne lot of Cloaks in all wool beavers well tailored worth double the money will be out at 498 KOO Hats 61 Mens nice soft fur hats worth typo dollars will be closed at libo J r t i J j closed One lot r 75c ComfortsOne forts will be closed out at lrjJ m 7SC Outings Small assortment of Out ings to be closed out at 4C 4c lOc Vests One lot of ladies fleeced ribbed Vests small size worth twenty cents will be closed at foe lOco Fascinators Small assortment of la dies wool Fascinators worth double the price be closed out at ioc J 0 x will v 20c Table Linens One lot of Table Linens worth thirty five cents will be closed out at 2oc I rI Thread 2 J cts a spool for John J Clarks Spool Cotton 2ic ARE YOU Interested in a Saving If so you should visit our store and procure a general line of such merchandise as we sell at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES The opportunity secure goods at the prices we are making Will only last a few days longer T H Exr LOGAN DRY GOODS fj COMPANY t sass s 689 Cloaks One lot of Cloaks in all wool beaver and meltons well tailored worth twelve dol lars and fifty cents will be dosed out at 68 Olpthing Suits jDteHmepf Mens Boys nd kiMrns suits at andhandsome linings g cost Y rtTr lOc Hamburgs Special lot of nice wide Hamburgs worth double the money roc 38c UnderwearOne wear shirts and drawers worth soc and 75c will be closed out at 38c 35c Caps One lot Mens and Boys Caps worth soc and 750 will be closed out at 35c 138 PantsO- ne lot of Mens Pants worth 2 and 225 will be closed out at 138 98c Pants fES3 One lot bf Mens Pants E i pants worth 2 will be ji closed out at 980 E 169 Pants One lot of Mens Pants worth 250 will be closed out at 169 37ic L Dress Goods Ifig Dress Goods most of them p worth double the money will be closed out at 37 c I Hamburgs And Edgings special sale of Hamburgs Edging at sc X X I I I lID m I II Ij I Specal Sate ofNiceWool 5c rJmlllllll and Laces t SJe h2Ya ku o o o o oo o o ooooo oc x o Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co j They JWustGo 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 Chance ForHonestBargains Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED 1 v J i t II I 1 ism B You We have on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES and MARKERS and to save boxing and hauling will close them out at prides that will pay you to call at siens for Childrensonce Several new Ut Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan 3 st Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery larrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER We carry Moulding in stock and frame Pictures Try us Neatly and promptly Store acDirect Connection at Danville For Cincinnati Chattanooga New Orleans Birmingham Atlanta Asheville Shreveport Jacksonville and Texas Points For information and rates address H A HainesAgt Danville Dan rv 3vB T P A Lexington Kyr III II II OCIE s o f M6Roborts Drug vile or Clarke is1 iP 1 Q i I CENTRAL RECOKUi LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a Seeon lCla s Mall Matter Lancaster Ky February 19 1904 A New Jersey boy 16 years of age testified in a court of that State last week that be had never heard of a and the Harrodsburg Herald says this will afford old skinflints or penurious persons who think more of a dollar than a crown with what they deem ample argument against the sending of thousands of dollars out of our country every year to heath en fields However as soon as one becomes familiar with the teachings of the Bible he will find out that Its vital theme is Go ye into all the world Let no such lllmsey excuse flaunted by a miserly person prove a barrier to this most laudable enter prise and one that is in keeping with every worthy principle When we pass from the inner circles of life Into the broader zone of friend ship theres a wideness like the of the sea between different kinds of friends between the fair friend and he who will stand by us when the rains descend and the floods come and the winds blow Tie may not have power he may not have genius he may not have riches but we know he who walks in the white light of absolute truth who is always honest and sincere in his loyalty to friends is simply priceless among his fellows Only those of us who have been up against the world appreciate him The striking fact is announced that over thirteen million persons are in the Sunday schools of tIns country In the public schools the enrollment is nearly sixteen millions or only three millions more The ac cusation that the religious education of children is neglected in America with the consequences of inevitable moral degeneration in our society as alleged by a well known divine is not sustained by these statistics More seems to be given to the relig ious training of children in this by churches and in schools and by home instruction than in any other of Christendom While passing through the other day we heard this one of Editor Jim Allen It seems he into a dry goods store and all hands being busy stepped behind the counter to assist the clerks A young lady came in and asked for ribbon Jim blushingly asked What kind Miss1 She gazed at him for a second and replied Rub ber Jim made tall tracks for the Democrat office and told a friend the girl was cruel to make no allowances for his lack of knowledge on such Senator Mark Hanna died at his ho tel in Washington Monday night after a brief illness of typhoid fever His death means a loss to the business interests of the country as his level timely advice have had much to do with the peace and prosperity of the nation Even those who heaped unjust abuse upon him admit that he was as brainy a man as the country ever produced and his place will be bard to fill The Somerset Republican says Na poleon invaded Russia at the zenith of his power when be had been not to do so but to let well enough alone and a consequence was his greed brought him reverses and the downfall of his Empire Politically speaking and perhaps otherwise too there are a whole lot of Napoleons that had better let well enough alone attend well to what has been confided themThe important quarter in Washington at the present time is the sick room of Senator Hanna If there was any proof needed of the wonderful hold this man the public re gardless of politics it has been fur DIshed by his illness Everybody is pulling for the speedy recovery of Uncle Mark A man was arrested in Pennsylva nia for snoring in a church vices He should be made to pay a stiff fine Any man who cannot go through with his usual Sunday snooze without keeping the rest of the awake should be made to pay for hIs disregard for comfort of other sleepers A few years ago there more teachers in Kentucky than there were schools Now itis reversed there are more schools than teachers says an exchange Yes thats true and will continue to be the case until enough money is paid to justify good teachers to remain at the business Because her husband would not go to church with her a Cleveland committed suicide saying If you will not go with me I will go where cannot be with me at all This causes the Democrat to wonder vitch way did This trouble In the far east is one in which Uncle Sam need take no His place In the controversy Is on the fence In the attitude an interested and vigilapt spectator Whether Teddy be kept quiet re mains to be seen The French reported as being terribly In sympathy with i i some wideness that enrolled attention country dropped some garter matters headand advIs- ed has on congregation were woman now you part strictly grfifJfi BI- ble weather Cynthia during sshe pen can are the Bullany x5 t n set t 1 iurinnv uuidttsloud to vmls the Jiipsirrl that offsets what influence the voluble Frenchman could bring to bear in the matter That woman who bequeathed her entire fortune to the Tuskegee cutting off her husband without a dollar had had her cold feet In his back every night for 25 years is damning this nation Russia the promoter of The Hague peace conference was the first nation represented at the gathering to force war upon another country She evi dently forgot the old saw Practice what you preach The Japs after deciding to flght did not wait long to strike evidently believing that the early bird catches the worm And the old saying is holding true in this case The waring countries are fighting harder to secure American gunners than for any thing else just how The American ranks first in this as well as everything else Russia must on the old saying He laughs best who laughs last hoping to beat out the Japs in the finish of which there is much The Man and His Work First the kingdom of God Mattvi33 The necessity for toil has ever been mans greatest blessing In human society as now imperfectly constitut ed it often works hardship but its opposite would produce absolute ruin The term work is however not to be applied to the toil of class of men Any expenditure of for purposes other than recrea lion is work So one mans work is often anothers play It matters not what he does the man who amounts to anything has to work If then a man ought to work and must work it is very important to know what it will pay best to doPlan your work A mans life work is much ike the building of a home One of the worlds troubles is that it is full of shack builders men who have hard with no worthy and unifying purpose or with no comprehensive and definite who in a life time of hard toil have accomplished noth ng of value for any portion of their fellow men and for themselves not much as an industrious squirrel who can at least boast a winter foresight Others more careful of plan build better but shortsighted in build upon the shifting sand of and thus for all their toil pro dnce nothing secure and permanent It is a pernicious doctrine that cir sumstance makes a mans fortunes Circumstances have much to do with the fortunes of a successful man not because they made his success but with unifying purpose wise planning and plenty of well applied energy he compelled his success out of circumstances Still others spend a whole life time of toil elaborating a one room house just for themselves to die in It is a shame for a man with ability and to do something worth while in the world to spend it all upon his unworthy self And now as to your plan It is to plan a house which will collapse the moment you stop working on it When you lay a plan for the object of your toll take in the entire range of life today tomorrow the rainy day old age and the life beyond the grave for there is such a life What is the use of toiling all day for what will not keep over night What is the use of working for a life time to get nothing which you can use in an eternity of living yet to come What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul Then take a broad view of life with its needs and opportunities and plan your work right from the very start Plan such a life work as God whose you are whether you acknowledge it or not can be pleased with and can use in His own great plan for you and for the rest of mankind it be worthy of a man let it include as its foundation anon and hope the person and of that most wonderful of all of man Jesus Christ the Son of God You can touch God thro Him if you will and God can thus reach and help you Religion is the effort to adjust yourlife to the fact and the will of God A life work without this is bound to go astray The most important thing in the universe for a to find and do what God wants of him ThIs was the key to the life of Jesus My food be said is to do the will of Him that sent me and to finish His work So it must be with you your plan be unselfish for selfishness is of the base and root of all misery You never saw an essentially selfish person who was truly happy and you be exception to the rule Dont try It Third Let your plan cover a life time not only a possible period of so many years on this side of the grave but an eternal time To plan for less is to throw away a large part of the results of toil which nature and circumstance appear to be best fitted That is ably Gods plan it is at least asnear it as you are likely at the time to come Now give God your life Just tell Him you bclongto Him and He shall His own so tat as you it Then with a proper in the name of Jesus for the pardon ofjour mis r t mon thou I institute IngratI- tude fall back danger anyone energy worked planmen circumstance because wIl- lingness fool- Ish FIrstLet example manifestations SecondLet essentially life particularyou by for you can r Ibit to lean t rurp ins mans It wino your have dal Ia use self rob lust takes sort upon the pain aJ von need it sett Jp down patient steady cheerful anti you may be reasonably sure that your sufficient reward will come ROBERT R WHITE Pastor Faith Presbyterian Church New York BRYANT8VILLE Mrs Martha Saddler remains quite Ill Miss Minnie Johnson has begun her select school Mrs B G Mulilns and little son are visiting relatives in Nicholasville Miss Tine Johnson of Lancaster visited Mrs Fannie Bryant last week Mr and Mrs Herman Frasa of Rich mond visited tilts James LeavellSun day Mr Eb Dickerman of Buckeye was here several days this week on busi nessQuite a number from here will go to Lexington next week to see Ben Hur Miss Anna Phillips of Stanford is expected this week to visit her aunt Mrs J G Hogan There will be preaching at the Moth odist church Sunday morning and night by the pastor Rev Wilburn Miss Mittie Dunn who has had a most delightful visit in London for several weeks is expected home in a few days Miss Ethel Dunn has returned to her home in Lancaster aftcrspcnding several weeks with her aunt Miss Levy Dunn Mrs Hannah Sweeney has returned to her home in JelTersonvile Indiana after quitean extended visit to friends and relatives Little Sam Holcomb the six year old son of Mr B II Ilolcomb had his head and shoulders seriously burned a few days ago by the accidental dis charge of a large fire cracker Mr Eugene Berkele who was to his room for several days from injuries received by his horse falling with him is now able to be out again He vras not hurt as seriously as first reportea PREACHERS VILLK B D Holtzclaw bought several hogs here last week for 4 to tic J M Cress was in llockcastle county last week buying Mrs Allie Holtzclaw of Crab was visiting friends here Sunday Rev Wm C preached at Ephesis last Saturday and Sunday Miss Fannie Thompson has been vk iting friends at Mt Vernon days Jonah Marsee sold a nice trotting horse to Jeff Dunn of Bryantsville for 115 tills Grove Kennedy was tkaen sick Sunday evening though she is im proving Mr Jarvis one of Cedar Creeks most prosperous merchants was here Sunday to attend the funeral The Marsee hog cholera remedy which Is manufactured here is giving fine satisfaction as a remedy Mrs J H Tucker Mrs Relay Dunn and Mrs Curtis of Hebron were R F Jordan and family Saturday Mrs H C Cummins had a spell of of heart trouble Sunday which caused some uneasiness but she is better now Mr H C Miller one of our most respected citizens has been sick for some days though we hope he will soon be out again Floyd Jordan the four year old son of Rev RT Jordan passed to the great beyond Saturday morning the 13th a more and sweeter little boy it has not been our privilege to know May the good Lord graciously keep the father and mother brothers and sister and aunt in perfect peace The funeral sermon was preached by Rev J D Rose of Stanford to a large crowd at the Baptist church and the remains were taken to Jobusville for curial BEUNA VISTA Small pox is about over here No need for further fear James Spilman has returned from a business trip to Ohio Miss Virginia King of Jessamine Institute is visiting at home Wm Christopher sold a load of hemp to H A B Marksbury at 450 Mr A T Scott our obliging merch ant will begin moving the 22tid Miss Eliza Barnett of Merceris the guest of her father Dudley Barnett Miss Hamm of Jessamine is the guest of her sister Mrs Herman Bar nett Wm Christopher bought of Gus Scott several barrels of corn at 3 de livered C M Scott has succeeded A T Scott as post master entering upon his last week Owing to illness Dr Worrell did not fill his pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday Irvine Christopher and Will Evans students at Danville spent from Fri day until Monday at home B F Sechrest has the mail route from Bryantsvllle to Burgm via Buena Vista For near four years the man has started from this point but after July 1 Bryantsville will be made the starting point T J Hatcher the Danville stage willnttend promptly to all pack aes trunks etc entrusted to his care Leave and orders it IfeRobert drug store He has a good rig and will carry passengers bnaole rates 219tf I III wink 1 stocks Orchard Hutchins for some W B visit- Ing highly lovable duty at reaS fi fur lisp ahead coned man articles Y r Mr II iligjtins of Melbourne FIi writes My doctor told me 1 had Corn sumption and nothing could be Jone I was given up to die Tire offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption in duced me to try it Results were 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 guaratiteil for all throat ties free jm It takes a man a long time to that God is not waiting for his It Today The timeworn injunction Xever put off til tomorrow what you cm do today is now generally presented in thisjorm Du it today That is the terse advice we that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been string gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO let that remedy he Dr fins chees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly your cough orcoki and its con tinued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread con sumption has attacked your lunus Herman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trou ole New trial bottles 2oc regular size 75c AtStonnes Drug Store D Leading one man may be a much greater thing than leading a big Nearly Forfeit Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove For four years it defied all doctors and all re medic But Bwcklens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erne tions and Piles 25c at Jlclloberts Drug Store lm The Father of Mercies likes to see mercy in Ills children Better Tliau Gold I was troubled years with chronic indigestion and nervous de bilitv writes Green of N II No remedy helped me un began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the cine I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years Sue says Electric Bitters are jtistsplen did for female troubles that they art a grand tonic and for weal run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only 50c Satisfaction by McRoberts Drug Store lm You cannot glean in the fields of sin without picking up the burrs of sorrow Another Cone of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlain Pain Ilulm The etlicacyof Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated daily 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 lm There is no pedestal that suits the devil better than a pulpit 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 reme dies but none seemed to do any perma nentgood until I used De Wills Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and the little ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again 1 cannot give too much praise to De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for coup terfeits DeWitts is the original and the only one containing pure Witch Hazel The name E C DeWitt Co s on every box Sold bv F Frisbie lm J tIIJd UII wrul Intl for me Discovery DrugStore real- Ize advice Do want to g e OU about DAYand relieve l Aug meet- Ing ills I Ill J for several F J Lancaster till invigorator guaranteed n startling Nf wet r r C A strong healthy active tion depends largely on the condition of the liver The famous little pills known as Little Early not only cleanse the system hut they strengthen tile action of the and rebuild the tissues supporting that organ Lttle Ealy Risers are easy to act they never gripe and yet they are absolutely certain to produce results that are satisfactory in all Sold by F P Frisbie lm There is nothing more slippery than a smooth smile iTijMerloiiM I re n in M mice 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 I no iay organs they compel good diges tion and head off constipation Try them Only 2fc at McRoberts Drug Store im- I A demonstration religion is better than any definition All parties going to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf f Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson Tis the COMFORT LINE FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS OX TilE POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE BET1VKES LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST As we are the originators of tree reclining chair car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to g t the Henderson Route habit it will us ASK US ABOUT IT I J IUWIX GEO I GAIJRETT- Gonl Pass Agent Trw Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY c Ubr Yconst Itu Risers liver 4D I I 1i It KILL THE COUCrdU- lD CURE THE LUNCS- I WITH Dr Kings I New 7 An Burly DefYitts Cases s FOR c UGHS and LDS i Price Free Trial 50c 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK j W S BEAZLEY G C PARIS I Beazley DentistsJ J over Thomp OilS store Danville st 1 We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephonic Co whereby we will pay charges on all urders for cut lowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard W and all Garrard county We are agents for Ilonaker the Lexington florist and can till orders for any on the shortest notice Callus up and we will telephone order at once Phone 110 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25 tf 0 Paris Cut Office Flowers L designs FOR II Glover ann Timothy Seen I Oliver ann Vulcan Plows I and Hill Sine Plows Repairs for above Plows T l ii HEADQUARHRS 1 Syracuse BWflbKERION w 8 WOMEN i Si f 4 Standard Sewing machines Rotary Shuttle Drop Head Worth 4500 to sell at 3500 Guarranteed Best Light mfg Running m I New Century Sewing Machine I- y Vibratory Shuttle Drop Head Worth 3000 to Q sell at 2200 10 years Guarrantee P I 2 New Century Sewing Machines tell at 1900 Will sell at these prices in order to reduce this stock Postle r CJ 0Yf 0XfJ0 0r izrrll fjYGiijjjr0W W4J I E0 Urigllt 10 years Guarantee Worth 2500 I I I FS 0 10ijjJlJjj 01rtX0YlJi07l 70X YrIJi rfi LJYfJJYfiJf I S A r Q t p d- p to pp kI E o Gossip About People N N V A Brief Mention of the Comings end Goings Ly Those W Arc In Miss Ethel Dunn has returned home Mrs Susan Anderson has been quite sickLouis Landram was in Frankfort on business Monday Miss K itie Lee 1 Jenny is the guest of Miss Fannie Doty Miss Neli has been the guest of Miss Ethel West y Col W S Ferguson has returned to his home in Mrs Eliza Farris who hasbeen quite sid is reported some better Miss Carrie Sanders of McCreary has been visiting friends here Miss Sue Sutton of Macksbury is the guest of Mrs J I Hamilton Mr George Hardin of Coviugton was here a few days on business A few friends give Miss Annie asurprise party Friday evening i Mr John Carton and wife have the Hat over Dr Kiiinairds office Mrs Sallie Ilaclclcy and Annie Frost are visiting friends in Beuna Vista Miss Alberta Hilton of Brodhead has returned and taken a position in It II Batsons store Mrs Z TRice after a visit to her mother Mrs Leander Davidson has returned to her home in Richmond Misses Wadie Lee and Joe Helen Maret of Bryantsville have been guests of Misses llella and Allie Aril oldMr Frank Robinson of the Ken tucky Supply Co Danville was here Saturday and made this ollice a pleas art call Mrs S C Wooldridge leaves this week for her home in Denver Col Her daughter Miss Mary will join her in LouisMr Pumphrey of the Somer set Republican visited his parents here Sunday Frank learned his trade in The Record ollice and has good bus iness qualities Mr and Mrs Ivoe Hayden and Miss 4t Dora Embry of Lexington are guests of Miss Aloerta Anderson Miss Tomlinsun and Mr Branham Beazley will also join the house party Danville Advocate Miss Polly Traylor has returned home after a ve ry pleasant visit to Mrs A S Robert G S Gaines is slowly from the effects of a rib which he sustained several dais Telephone subscribers are delighted to have Miss Lucretia Skinner back at the Board in the local exchange Miss Skinner is one of the best in the state and subscribers are delighted with the polite and accomo dating service she gives i r I wr 10 BOll rue CovilJ ton rented sonMr fact red ago r r t Austin t Miss t 1 1 s j Margaret recovering operators Mrs Tack Adams has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Mr G S Gaines of Danville was here Tuesday Miss Lilly Noel of Danville visited Lancaster friends Tuesday Mr H B Northcott the hustling poultry and coal man was in Cincin nati this week Miss Florence Darnall who the guest of Miss Florence Harris has returned to Maysville- Mr Jas 1 Hamilton has returned from the South where he has been spending some weeks on business Messrs Allan Wallace and Clarence Williams of Berea were guests of Mr and Mrs J Saturday and Sun day Elder F M Tinder went to George town Monday morning to attend the funeral of his uncle who was buried in that city Tuesday Leslie D Herndon who is now run ring as mail clerk with Mocloc Eas on on the Queen Crescent road spent a few days with his lather Miss Lilly V West of Jessamine Institute and Mr and Mrs Chas F Denman of icholasville have been visiting Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs John F Lear left Monday morn ing for the cities to purchase herstock of millinery which will be opened in the room on Danville street below The Record ollice Mr James Hill the local architect and contractor has been i n Paint Lick for some weeks working on the handsome new store rooms under con struction in that thriving little city Dr A S Price was well enough to return to Stanford yesterday He will ba in his office ready for work Monday W Perrin has refused a flattering offer from the Singer Sewing Machine Co to take his old position back He is doing too well in the gro cery business here to accept the offer we are glad to Journal A representative The Record came down on Monday nights train with Ternll of the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick who was reuin ing from Sharpsburg Ky Ollie hal been up there assisting in starting a new bank but judging from his talk about half a dozen girls had stolen his heart He had four or five pictures of pretty girls and enough locks of hall to pack a saddle in fact he had one grip full of hair 01 is all right and lucky is the girl who lands him The W C T U gave a pretty Valen tine party Friday evening at the Rest Roams The decorations were red and white hearts and the soft red lights w re effective and beautiful Quite a n unber of guests were present each re ei ving valentines Miss Katie Lee Denny received the prize for the best hot of a n arrpw at a large heart The little cupids were Masters J C Hemphill and Frank Tinder A great dealof fun was had finding the of your broken heart St Valen tine was represented by Mr Henley Bastin whohealed all hearts and who acted his part well Delicious ices and cakes were served and added much to the pleasure of the evening has been Soper Mr J sayInterior o f Ollie partner B Mr BUGGIES fT 60T In order to make room for our large Spring Stock of Ve hides We have a few Bug gies Surries fine Driving Wagons we will sell at cost We have a large supply of Wagon Harness ITames Collars Pads Breast Chains Trace Chains Back Bands Hame Strings Wagon Lines Etc Largest stock of Buggy Harness ever shown in Lancaster We also have a car load of the celebrated Old Hickory Wagons Romans Elmore OOC OOOOOO OOOOOOC lI 1 1 I 1 I I Ii OOC OO L Etc Il full s a Of Local Interest The Cincinnati Enquirer bad a brief notice of the death in that city of Elizabeth Tillett Farris and asks The Record to mention same We were unable to learn any thing concerning the party Prominent Danville Man Judge Felix G Fox one of the most prominent lawyers in the state died in Danville Saturday attack of sciatic rheumatism which attacked his heart He was 64 years ageA county formed by the present Legislature has been named Beck ham in honor of the Governor This calls to mind that this county Garrardwas named for the second Governor Jar Garrard and was formed in 1796 from the counties of Mercer Lincoln and Madison Only Fifty Pep Cent At a mass meeting of the farmers of McCracken Graves Ballard Hick man and Fulton counties at Mayfield it was agreed that only 50 per cent of the acreage o f tobacco grown last year would be planted this year The remaining ground is to be devoted to experiment in cotton culture Having Large Sale Currey Davidson tell us they are selling three times as much of the cel ebrated Delicatessen Bread as any they ever handled It is made inLex ington and by special railroad ar rangements it gets here within a few hours after coming from the oven It is Dy far the best ever sold in Lancas ter Memorial Methodist Church Services by the Pastor next Sunday 1045 a m Subject Final Permanence of Good or Bad Character Epworth League 3 p m No services at 7 p m During the present and coming month a series of Discourses on First and Last Things the subjects tak en from the Book of Revelation Marked interest attended the first of the series last Sunday WeilKnown Here The Adair County News says Dr R Goldstein the spectacle man has into serious trouble lie was in that county for detaining a woman against her will He gave bond and according to the News skipped out The News says It is our understanding that the gentlemen of Glasgow who are on his bond are trying to locate him It is the gener al opinion here had he gone into trial he would have been given a term in the penitentiary Duly Appreclatud We heartily appreciate the jolly by the Louisville Times Editor Louis Landram oi the Central Record has been on a tour through the sights at the the nation While there he talked with twentytwo men conferred with attorneys registered kicks at the va rious departments paid his respects to his friends refused inumerable in vita tions to partake of refreshments and was ready to go home all within twen tyfour hours Verily Landram is a hustler He not only sees things when he goes visiting but he knows how to tell what he sees Why Cant You Remember There is nota newspaper printed in the civilized world that has not stated time and again that it positively will not print communications unless the name of the autho is sent in This name is not wanted for publication but for the information of the No editor desires to print un reliable matter and will not do so Beside he lays himself liable to lawsuits and other annoy ances by taking chances to say noth ing of wounding the feelings of some one Last week this office received two good items no name signed so they went the way of all anonymous the waste basket If you have an item any publisher is glad and thankful if you will send it to him but give your name so he may know from whence it came WellDeserved Compliment The Lexington Leader correspondent at the State Capital says of that wor thy dignitary One of the ablest and busiest members of the Lower House of the Legislature according to unani mous expression of the members is Harry McCarty of Jessamine county He is a member of seven of the most important committees and to those unacquainted with legislative work poor idea of the amount of to be done is realized Mr McCarty to illustrate how he stands as a man of ability and honesty has been placed important committes where thinking men are needed Modest upright and honest and the people of Jessamine county made a fine choice Miserable Service Unless some change for the better is made in handling The Record some handlers of the mails going to Lose their jobs Three weeks ago our pa pers did not reach Paint Lick for two days after they left this office while the bundle for Point Leavell has shown up The Gilberts Creek package also went astray that week Last week the Point Leavell papers were not delivered for two days after being placed in the mails On one the trouble was caused by one of the regular clerks being sick and a sub running but there Is no excuse for this trouble and if a kick from our Congressman registered at head quarters cannot weed out men Uncle Sara had betterquit business employees are servants the same as any else working on a salary and they must not grow too big for their after a bllef gotten I following Lancaster capital- of publisher articlesto a- very works Incompetent M s being indicted intentionally are never occasion Government one breeches R f The thermometer r uistored MX above zero Wednesday morning Lere it has hovered for about week Walker The Record joins with the entire in extending sympathy to Mr and Mrs Alex Walkeron the death of their child which cccurred Friday night The little tot was barely two years old and was the pet of the A deep cold ran into resulting seriously in a short time The remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster Special Judge Hon W I Williams was in Stanford Tuesday sitting as special judge in u case wherein former Circuit Judge M C Saufley on P M McRoberts on the other Mr Williams says that as he had before Judge Saufley for so many years and frequently before Mr Mc Roberts he felt a little rattled when they first came before him Advice to Young Men dollars a month to a young man with board lodging and washing on a farm is more than the equivalent of 75 in a city says an Besides if he desires his onport unities are better for selfeducation in the country than they are in the city Thousands of young men drill every year into the cities with prospects and after years of hard work find themselves no better off then when they started in had they remained on the farm they micht have found themselves happily settled and thoroughly of the vicissitudes city life To Supply Water While those interested would understand yet if a stranger should see an item on our memorandum job book he would think a local had adopted a plan that will work well with some people who nerd his services As Lancaster people are aware Mr J A Beazley the undertak er is also manager of the local water works system Last week he had some printing done at this office and the young man who writes all jobs on our memorandum book made this entry J A Beazley Undertaker 1000 Contracts If the undertaker is to supply the water where some peo pIe will sadly need it he has his for tune made Scarcity of Fodder A Bluegrass exchange says selling at 50 cents per shock In pre vious years 25 cents has been the max imum price Farmers are buying hay and feed at river markets Every day the feed question in the blue grass be comes a more serious one Provender in plenty may be had in other markets but local farmers have rarely before had to add stock feed to the expense column The famine dates back to the drouth which aside from dwarfing crops killed forage and forced the to early commence to feed from rick and crib To aggravate the feed shortage winter set in unusually early and has been above the average in verity Thousands of dollars will have to be turned loose in other markets before the feeding of stock may be Business andBargains 1 will my property on Lexing ton street a twostory 8 room and all necessary outbuildings The place contains 17 acres well wat ered and well improved For further particulars call on Theo Currey Jr Msr Theo Currey Spring Opening On Feb 17th 18th and I villf have on display one of the largest litres of spring and summer merchants tailoring ever at this place and I kindly ask and see thorn and have your measure taken by an experienced cutler who will be with me on those date 2t J C Hemphill Chicken feed for sale Banks tf An experienced cutter with me Feb 17th 18th and t Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 1030tf Potts Bros Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud on tf New flower seeds for 1904 Sweet peas andNasturtiums in bulk packages and full stock of all varieties of seeds 4t J C Thompson The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 2 5 tf Smith Currey Agts Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for Banks Hudson For Rent Two rooms firstclass For if desired tf Joseph Faulconer Dont fail to come and im mense line of merchant on on display jreb nib 18th Closing out our China and Come get a bargain 4t Thompson PlaroblBS Work As the you will need plumbing work lean give YOU the service of a practical of several years experance which is to yourinterest J B Conn I a community pneumo- nIa remarkably Cemetery was attorney one side and practIc- ed Twentyfive exchange education whereas independent readily undertaker Water Fodde- rs farmers see For Sate sell Hudson ll be 19t J C H phlll sae se th tail g and 2t J C bill waterworks go household discontinued dwelling 1 th tv glens fur fro ou call housekeeping ri h He Toys J area 9a4 BITCKKYF Miss Kit Hardwick is sick Miss Dell Ray of McCreary is in our midst Mrs Doc Simpson is quite ill of rheumatismMiss Miles is with friends in NicholasvilleHarrison of Bee Lick is with relatives here Forest Stapp and wife have been suffering with roseola are glad to note that Dr Ray is on the road to recovery Miss Willie Pierce of Hyattsville is with her sister Mrs Oscar Ray Misses Ida Teater spent Sunday with Miss Pauline Foster Miss Emma Jones of Nina is visit ing her sister Mrs Boone Saunders Mrs William Burton who had a se vere attack of lagrippe is improving Miss Minnie Gulley has been friends and relatives in Lancaster and Beuna Vista The Maccabees have a very lodge at this place M F Elkin of Lexington was here last week in inter est of the lodge 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 The HaseldenRoblnson Hardware Co Buggies Harness Saddles and Electric Ranges Fast Cooking Good Looking Low Prices Cheap Rates To all points in Montana Wasing ton Oregon and British Columbia March 1st to April 30th 1904 Special rates to North Dakota in March Write at once for information and maps to Ira F Schwegel District Passenger Agent Wisconsin Central By 407 Tree lion Bldg Cincinnati Ohio Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville flor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone Gl 18tf Dont Put It On When the Spring season opens up everybody will want water works put into their houses and there be a rush among the Why not have the work done now be ready hot dry weather perts at the business and can fit up your house neatly and correctly Let us do it now as you will be delayed later J E Haselden 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 call ed for February 22nd 1904 at 130 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 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 dilates and the willingness of the con vention to uphold the action of the committeeM E L WOODS 3t Sect Chm ANNOUNCEMENT To the Voters of the Fifth 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 con troversy arose as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my touching the rights of corporations and the exercises of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying to to determine I will be grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which 1 aspire Very respectfully 2 12tf JAMES E CANTRELL A man believes in the ultimate good of all things until some one steals his What Are They Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets A new remedy for stomach troubles and constipation and a good one Price 25 cents For sale at Frisbies Drug Store 1m No man ever yet went out looking for misery who came home without it One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it the which tickles the muscous causing the cough and at the time the pnelm draws out the inflammation and heals and sooth es the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harm less and never failing cure in all cura ble cases of Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to takeharmless and good alike for younic and old Sold by P P FfisWe 1m t We MeUa and visit- Ing flourish- Ing 1 Lumber ill plumb d for the are ex pm present candidates ES became court is left 1 1 l Belief la Oe nllte microbe same I S Implements circumstances you very chickens biliousness kills membrane clears OUR 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 C i iI OCT Sale i PRSCE mumL 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 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky 5 I DRUG STORE LOWEST RATES EVER MADE TO THE SOUTHWEST VIA THE ROCK ISLAND Frisco Systems Are you interested If so get ready to take advantage of the lowest rates ever made to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Ter ritories Tickets on sale from Memphis St Louis and Chicago February 16th March 1st and 15th and April 5th and 19th Call on your nearest agent or write H I McGuiHE District Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio 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 Currey ItOll Davidson THE BRANCH i High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A M to 3 P ir Call early g X STUD I LANCASTER 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 y FO O- V C 000000 a ENOS SPENOR PresIdent Expert Accountantand Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Success J OR WHIT FOR FULL INFORMATIONCALL SIXTH AND MARL MMfchMlL door LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT cow Business College Tiles TURNER CHASHARMS E MANAGERS IdPapcrsChcapthis office iJ fcH j R i is but the heirs apparent to Jris throne are many It is because of the variety of her industries that home seekers of eveiy class look to ARKANSAS Her fruits wherever exhibited carry away the prize from her sister states two yearly vegetable crops are de moastrated possibilities and her lumber her coal granite and zinc deposits offer flattering inducements to the inves tor See FOR YOURSELF U Ir J JI 1 COTTON E 1 i rt IpJ- te i EING I 4 ONE PARE PLUS 200 For the Round Trip the FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS of each month I Gina H LEB a p A Little Rock Ark i 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 1 J t 1 I I See for Yourself O04OOOO P1 P IHM One Fare plus 200 For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each month GEO H LEE a P A Little Rock Ark HOWARD JOLLY T P A Cincinnati O 1 1 tt fttttIIIIIIIIIllfl ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We aze authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress in the Eight District to succeed O Gilbert subject to the action of the party Your support is earnestly For County Attorney We are authorized to announce B Iu DArn SON as 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 eandieate for Sops of Public Schools in Garrsrd Cor subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorised to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun ty Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratic Bon- G Democratic solicited tt I POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the F Embry Price Bros Ed N BPrice George Leavell FergusonHenry Laden Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan BeazleyMiltT L Broaddus Alex West- J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Bobt Gulley Mrs J H 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 Hemphill J C Hemphill Leslie Harber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell warn- Ing prosecute Walden law- S SPECIAL NOTICE As I go to the city in a few days I must have what is due me on ac counts If you owe me PLEASE CALL and SETTLE at once This is meant for ALL who owe me SAITnr D TTLLET IN TUB fflNlEU TIMB Its necessary to have some goodwhis 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 Bye or Bourbon for 3ao and pay all Express charges to your nearest 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 950 a twogallon jug in box 475 a threegallon jug in box 700 a fourgallon jug for 900 and prepay all express charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE Full Measure Safe Delivery and Entire MTISEAOTR In Every Respect or 7onr Money Refunded Goes with every order And our guarantee Is al way igood Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim our whiskey li absolutely pure and a little better any other at the price and we elect each custom era judge In the case you have tried It you dont lad all our claims true you are at liberty to return it at our expense We will pay charges both ways and return all your money even to the price of your pottage You shoal trying our goods U we to please you Make yoar remittance payable aad address HAGAN DISTILLING OO Or PO BOx 422 Lexington Ky WA nice Etched GlaaB and corkscrew free with each order tee se 8 It 8 t 8 t e S 8 e e GOOD PURBl express baD ceatby fall 15 I I4 t4 944 r halter loseone C laii Stasl FOP Salt Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally fine J Wade Walker Manse Ky The tobacco growers of Webster county have taken steps to abandon the crop of 1901 in order to checkmate the trust President W B Hawkins of theKen tucky Burley Tobacco Growers announces that the project has been successfully financed In Harrison county 20 crops of aggregating 175000 pounds were sold at prices ranging from 81 to 14 cents an average of about 10 cents Commercial apple growing if right is a very profitable busi ness in Kentucky The markets of the world are open and prices are sat isfactory to the grower The rates of railroad and steamship transportation are so reduced that the grower has no cause for complaint Constant cultivation should be kept up for peach orchards while small If the tree should make too much wood growth we would find it profitable to cut back But if our trees are healthy and making wood in proportion to the size of the trunk we should do as pruning as possible The fact that poultry of all kinds is bringing excellent prices this wint er suggests that there is one way for the farmers to make easy money which fewof them in thiscountry are taking advantage of We say easy money in comparison to the present way in which tile major part of the faimers of the country make their rea dy money They depend almost solely upon their tobaccoand are disappoint ed In weight quality price or the sea son nearly every year If they would give their time and money to raisins poultry they would enjoy much better results The market prices for of course are not always as good as they are this witer bnt they are more uniform and satisfactory year after year than the prices paid for tobacco Now that the plant season is not so far off as it was the following taken from the columns of a leading agricul tural journal should be of interest The appearance of the seed catalogue recalls that most of us determined last year when some seeds failed to come up that we would test the germina native qualities next year of every lot of seed purchased Seed testing is a simple matter and it affords great satisfaction to the planter Seedmen claim and with sume truth that they get much blame not due througbseeds failing to germinate from cultural reasons If the indoors test is made the farmer knows If 90 per cent of his best seeds sprout al right in the kitchen test and when he plants his beet rows he only gets half a stand he knows the trouble was not with the seed All that is needed is a flat dIst or pan and some cotton kept moist in a warm room Some seeds will sprout in 25 hours some take a week the time also depending somewhat on the conditions of the room virility of some seeds such as radish cabbage and clover can be tested by dropping them on a hot stove If they are alive the heat will form steam from their inside moisture and they will explode and pop If we are going to make these seed tests we dont want to put off too long ordering the seed Have You Indigestion If you have Indigestion Kodol Dys pepsia Cure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curing people 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 dl gestants that digest and rebuild at the same time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold 1m There is no godliness without manU t flPL1k IitT C iA fQP tr sc Association tobacco little poultry dayevery P Frlsbie ness managed upi I byF If your Druggist have not got Rodgers RbeumatlcRernedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for tLOO Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing BLOOOLIVERLUNGSl Dr GOLDEN DISCOVERY itif if DRPIERCES- I 1 1 I r M Suppose iuati who has occuinulntcd three hundred dojlm in putting away one dollar each day begins to draw out two dollars at for each dollar he puts the in the morning how long will it take until his money is entirely gone Thats a problem of figures Heres a problem of fact If a man a1rrr L r o t t trj k 1 11 SP Ofr tROa5nll Iii SA VlfltH uses a day twice the strength which food supplies his body how long before he becomes bankrupt in health That problem cant be figured exactly but the result is absolutely bankruptcyWhen supply of food eaten does not keep up the normal strength there must be a loss from some cause of the nutrition contained in the food eaten The common cause of this loss and its resulting weakness is dis ease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures dis eases of the stomach and digestive and nutritive tract It restores strength by enabling the perfect digestion and as similation of food which is the only source from which strength can be sup plied to the body I cannot my gratification in words I had been suffering from so badly that I not more than the time writes Mr Victor L Hayden of Black stone Nottoway Co Va Now can work every day eat anything I want Why in surephys Because I took Dr R V Pierces Golden Medical n new life and in me restored my health and made a man of me once I used to weigh 170 but had down to 144 now am back to 160 and win soon be 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Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar raId Circuit Court rendered at its November term 103 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY FEBRUARY 22 1004 publicly before tlie court door in Lan caster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property III County Ky on the waters of Dix and be in tiinjr at a stake in line of the whole 77 acre boundary mentioned hereafter at the North East corner of the 33i acrehomestead tract mentioned here after thence with line of whole boun dory S 87 E 11 1 chains to a stake in North edge of County road and near tile forks of same corner to Smiths part of with line or same W M chains to a stake corner to same in line to Mattie J Smiths 95J acre tract thence with line of same last named N 80 V 1100 chains to a stake in said line corner to aforesaid homestead thence with line of same N H E 30 G4 challis to the betinninir containing J3j acres and being the of the 77 acre tractor Annie M Jenkins divi tract Ipf t after allotment to C M Jenkins of 33J acres theieof as a home stead lhere is a lien on the whole of the 77 acre tract of land above men lured of which the 43i acres to he sold isa parttosecure the Defendants Willie Melville Jenkins Leslie Lee Jenkins Annie TC Jenkins and Marten ret Jenkins in the payment of the sum of 275 51 each together with in terest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from May 27 1102 until paid being portion of sale IMHU 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 madeon a credit of six and 12 months bonds with good se cnrity will be required of the for the purchase payable to the undersigned bearing 0 per cent from day of sale until 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 on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court KODOL digests what you eat W rZf t ii i r 4 IqiUQI I lltHJ bill yOuCHHJ lattie J the Jwcrthcnce S Ii lOll t purchaser I a G4llibtlirs Cppitr KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach digestive organs Ii KODOL accelerates the action of the Iands and elves tone to the gastric relieves an overworkedstomach of all nervous the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DESNY President JOHN B STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier JF Robinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird g O O O 00000 00 I493 2 2 2 2 2 t 5 0 O 0 6 0 LEWIS Y YELLPresident KODOL KODOL KODOL cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles is the wonderful remedy that Is maklnr so many sick people well and weak people by giving their bodies all of the nourishment that is j In the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding times the trial j size which zeUs fcr SOc Putin taly IT E C DcVITT 4 CO CHICICS Sold by F P Frisbie Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND Number 1 Dally limited ll45amHm tedi iirSpm Numbers Dally makas nil 11 07 Number 9 except Sunday NORTH BOUND pmNumberNumber Wilily l30rnNumber 1U Daily except Sunday Ou am strong io contained 2 nm 755pm Number3 SrROINSN Vice Pre 3 ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIGNET Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Potts ExchangeJohn Manufacturer and dealer innigh Grade Flour and Meal Gra ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Mixed Poultry Food and Amonia Potash Fertilizers SorghumSeed Pop Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cot ton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Seeds Hay Straws EXCHANGE BUSiNESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville aye PHONE 100 o I 4 0 o 0 2 7 tS