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CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER EY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1904 d l 7c fJt 5 rJ f JoUBr BNXH U1UI4S L ik 4 1 tSrrtr K jre 1 I 5 THEi rrs n Better have us your plumbing now as there will ba a rush later in the season defy anyone to more terms or do bet ter roofing work than we do Our facilities for putting up gutter ing enable us to do the best of work We are the pen pie when good honest repaying is to be doneand our prices are right CT IR BEAZLEYCO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky t L DAVIDSON Attorney At law Office Stormcs drug store Prompt attention to business SPECIAL i Spring Mattresses Chairs Rockers Side boards Dressers Bed Room Suits Sewing Jae bur prices f WV I I PLUMBING I Ve mIke very I E G I HASBLDENJ I R 1 l c r 1 F i bine c tg hj ili ifr i p r t t r r v w Edo ROOFIG-l liberal GUTTERO T NA- fl JoA ao4bo corn over t t I etc x GSsS n 7- er a r rla C i 1 t stf Local Interest Pollertlcks had full sway Mon day The glad hand in evidence Mon day candidates being thick Circuit court began at Stanford Monday with a rather light docket John Billiard has been in as night policeman in place of who resigned Farmersare growing uneasy as the lad weather is causing them to fall behind with work The given the Sunday school of the Christian church Monday afternoon was largely attended and greatly enjoyed The L and N pay car the bread wagon as railroad men say was here Sunday This division has been paid on Sunday for several months F W Raines of Cincinnati who has recently traveled extensively in the far east especially in Japan and China will speak at the Christian church Sunday at 1045 a m and He will speak at Hubble in the afternoon Gov Bradley writes The Record Take out that advertisement you have for my bank stock for sale I sold it immediately after you printed the advertisement for a good price and give The Record credit for the good sale The clever gentleman Is one of the few people of today who be lieve in rendering honor to whom honor is due Can Pass In Safety The HaseldenRobinson Hardware Co has had a hign plank fence erect ed between the engine house and The wind came up fifty miles an hour and the was all the women took side of town as the display of was a serious proposition especi ally with those of pipe stem under pinning Death of Noble Young Man many Lancaster friends were grieved to learn of the death of An drew W Buchanan at Crab Orchard Monday He was twentysix years of age and one of the most popular young men in Central lIe was a graduate of Centre College and a law yer of ability To know Andy was to admire him his death is deeply deplored by a legion of friends The funeral services were held atCrab Orchard Tuesday afternoon Nothing Yet There have been no developments in the Rucker assassination case yet and if the detectives have any clews they are keeping them quiet We sin cerely trust the officers are on to something for if the murderer of Will Rucker goes unpunished it will be it will be the greatest outrage has ever permitted Those of us living in the immediate vicinity the circumstances under which the murder was committed but how we are to explain to the outside world that a murdercan be committed under the a big town and the murderer go unpunished is a propose lion of large proportions Miserable Weather The weather man may have worse brands in stock but we doubt if he can deliver meaner weath er than the people of Central Keir tucky have been undergoing for the past few weeks Some days were that business was afra standstill while no one who could get around it ventured upon the icy streets Every oldest inhabitant interviewed says it has been the hardest winter he has experienced The good old is not far distant thank heaven and when the weather does open up there must be tall hustling done by those of us dependent upon the sweat of our brow Theyre Up To Date Among the new advertisers in The Record are the bustlingfirms of Bo mans the HaseldenBob inson Hardware Co who take up con siderable space in letting the people know what they have and the further fact that they are out for business J R Haselden retains his old space on this page to advertise his plumbing roofing guttering etc had as well try to do without clerks as without advertising space news paper Stop all the fakes and useless waste on calendars which result in nothing and put your advertisements where people will read it it but what is worth hav ing Is worth paying for About March 15th Miss Ada DIckerson of Nicholas yule was here week seeing to final preparations of her room will be opened her handsome stock of millinery She has been in the cities for several where assisted by her trimmer ales purchesed the newest creations in the millinery line and will be ready for bnsihess about the 15th of month the regular opening to occura few days later She recognizes thelact to command trade must have the ery best and at reasonable pri ces and will follow up the plan to the She has engageoTan trimmer of wide experieBce awl with the best lii ods i affords asks a liberal rtrepj o i r West i I I p mI courthouse thereabout result the other hosier Ills Buchanan Kentucky understand nose f exceedingly summertime some Elmore Aman Ina In which too expert of lke If f J ss was sworn N111 entertainment 7 Ken lucky a scold S and business Yes costs money this weeks all next that merchants that letter one e them tpbage f- x 5ii r 1 d o oa The L T L will meet at two p M in the Rest Room All of the children in town are Invited UKS the negro sent to the Penile bury recently for in the depot died in Frankfort The helping hand Society of the Baptist church will meet next Satur day at half past two oclock with Mrs H C Herring Richmond avenue Monday was cold and muddy hit a medium size crowd came in and trudged about there being little business and scarcely no trading February court is generally a poor one and this was no exception Pennine Wisdom It is a wise PittsburS citizen who knows his own party says the Pbila delphia Press It is a wiser citizen who knows no party when the public interests are at stake Ex As we go to press Mr John McRbb errs is dangerously ill at the home of his son Mr R E McBoberts on Dan ville street While his host of friends sincerely trust that his life will be spared yat there is little chance of his recovery The pupils of Miss Andersons held an interesting contest in which the seventh grade represented the chief munufacturingcities in the Unit ed States and the sixth grade did the guessing Arleen Mannix contestant The ladies of the W C T U desire to extend a vote of thanks to Miss Jen nee Lackey for her most efficient ser vice in decorating and arranging en tertainment for the valentine party Also to thank Miss Bettie Anderson for the hand painted valentines Died In Stanford The remains of Mr Harry Dunn of Lincoln county were brought here Monday ana buried in the Lancaster Cemetery He was a brother of Mr Alex Dunn of Danville and an uncle of Mrs J C Thompson Messrs John and Uriah Simpson of this city Nothing Done The democratic county committee met Monday at which time nearly all the candidates appeared and stated their views on the time of making nominations There was a division of opinion and the committee adjourned without taking any steps in the mat ter but will take it up later on No Time to Lose H A B Marksbury Son are busy this week preparing their exhibit of hemp etc for the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair Others intend ing to send exhibits had better stir their stumps as there is not much time to lose Garrard can send a bet ter show than any county in the state if our people will go to work and pre pare it Get busy Old Fiddler Dead The Stanford Journal notes death in that city of Armp Salter the well known old colored fiddler Armp has furnished inspiring strains for many of our older citizens and some who frown upon the dance have their brogans to theuotes of Armps fiddle He was a good old negro and we hope has gone where he will be given a harp instead of a fiddle Take All Precautions Smallpox is spreading over the state with remarkable rapidity and the efforts by physicians continues to make its appearance every town Jn Central Kentucky The health officers insist upon vacina lion but many to have the work done It is mighty close to Lancas ter if you please so a weather eye should be kept out By the way Judge Ford tells The Record he has had so many inquiries as to the law govern ing the disease that he is compelled the sections printed on which will be sept over the county As we have the type stand ingfrpm the circular was print ed we reproduce in this issue of Will Open New Street Mr I Hamilton tells The Bee ord that he will commence work in the early Spring upon a new street to run from Richmond avenue yond Dr Herrings through the old circus lot to the Buckeye pike This will open up splendid building besides give the people of the Buckeye and McCreary neighborhood an inlet to without coming thro Battle Row Mr Hamilton says he will thee right to reject any and all bids on lots as be is ed that none good people shall the property and thus assure a decent addition to the town That he will freeze to this determination the peo pie earnestly pray for the town is almost surrounded by negro ins which are only unsightly but absolute nuisances The street be made valuable addltionito the and heres hoping that HrHam Hton will to it that good people buy the lots The Record has ed for such a the present editor charge as it te hard for good people put in lockets section to toe through the Chute we are teeth nail for street around it Council shoald go its length IB tematter Jsifeamtb lwstreet bre I room was the successful donated shaken notwithstanding Inmost a The Record just be town reserve ca town d street ib Ii doe lth t The Monday now Mall circular which James some lots but g now not new note see ever allies she compelleq sea and rein get a CIthi bet rwari re Ilk dlwsros mfstr3 net Bealer of will conductCatholic services at the court house the first Sunday in March 2fc Judge Cantrllls Announcement We call attention to the of Judge Cantrili in this issue of The Record Judge Cantrili is a gen tleman learned in the law has had much experience on the bench and will serve with ability and dignity He says he Is in the race to stay and that his name will be kept promlnant ly before the people is proven by his liberal use of printers ink Death of Miss Dunn Miss Ruth Ann Dunn passed into the great beyond at the home of Mr Watkins on Monday after noon Miss Dunn was the sister of Mr Erasmus Dunn and had been sick several weeks She was a good true Christian woman and was endeared who knew her She was laid to rest on Tuesday afternoon in the Cemetery Should be Remembered Should have occasion to send a copy of some newspaper to an editor you should not forget to mark around the article you wish noticed Every editor gets a basketful of papers out of each mail and he has not the time to read each item in all of them es pecially if is from a distance so if you want anything clipped orno ticed dont fail to mark send to the office Sales Aggregate 300000 Elizabethtown is not only the est mule market in Kentuckybut the trade is increasing and growing like a house a tire Mule buyers and mule traders from all parts of the South are flocking to the town like miners to a field where a rich gold deposit has been discovered and the excitement among buyers to purchase a carload of the longeared animals is kept well keyed up One of our loading who has kept tab on the business reports that up to Monday sixty five carloads of mules been shipped from Elizabethtown and they an average value of 83000 a car This would aggregate 195000 The trade is not over yet by any meansand it is likely that twenty or thirty more carloads will be shipped This will probably put the mule sales for the to 300000 The profits of have been very handsome and Hardin county is richer by many thousands of dollars on account of the mule business Elizabethtown Woods Has Big Trip Mr John W Woods of Marksbury one of Garrards prominent agricultu ral Captains of Industry has just from business and pleasure trip to Asheville North Carolina where fce spent a week or two with relatives He devoted one entire day to viewing the wonders of the Biltraqre estate which consists of 145000 acres near that city owned by Mr Georee W Vanderbllt of New York City and qn which is the magnificent and far famed chateau of Biltmore the residence of that gentleman erected at a cost of nine million As Mr Woods is interested in livestock be spent most of his time inspecting the herds of valuable horses cattle bogspoultry etc and in traversing thescenic road ways leading in every direction thro the vast domain It is hinted that Mr Woods went down with the to buy the place but finding more land in the than he thought there was and seeing the house wouldnt suit because of its size and general construction the idea However this did not interfere with the pleasure of the trip which he declares was worth twice the time and expense Involved The climate of North Carolina favorably with that of France and Italy and one particular section of the state has the distinction of be ing classed among the few spots In the world where tuberculosis is unknown At Asheville Mr Woods had the good fortune to join a party of excursoinists going to the coast for the purpose of inspecting some ruins which are said to mark the spot where Sir Walter Raleigh to establish a colony on that shore in 1587 While walking about the place and kicking up the turf with the toe of his shoe be unearthed an old English caseknife which bore on its handle a Sheffield and which was iff a very good state of preserva tion the relic excited a lively inter est among the party some of whom wished to buy it from him but aV clining all offers Mr Woods brought it back home with him and now has it stored away in his curio cabinet Latest From JapRqwUn War Feb24 1904 Lorpjbulkirgyejdioski and Julthyebf f the last named the second in command have moved with six divisions on kumjmk and are supposed now to be bombarding the place as heavy is heard yhsttJrhllfklltieyhrtgfFjaV When in terrogated the Japanese consul said the badcomeaQdbadtocomeovitch andbe felt woudbeaWei BoflBlavitcb that they wouldbe io land at CheMulpo pi or Port thur or vk J Nicholas announcement peacefully Lan- caSter the paper you stock- men represent season dealers NewS returned private dollars thoroughbred determination boundary heabandoned compares practically attempted brand hukklstKfh dls h tai tredldntca adarnovitch bear wliPt rel 4j 1 1 I d Father Fall you thepaper tar have outright anent General can that able Ar sAl ee lottoAll kgldinR or ttleeosufii the etatafot ilo Thtrbllr rrroiterhanrelratM aeaAtNrt IQ OIM1 g Additional Personals Miss Marietta Crow of is visiting relatives here Miss Skinner of Beuna Vista is visiting her sister Miss Lucretia Skin ner Mrs Louis was given surprise party Tuesday evening by number of friends Mr Cliff Rainy and sister Miss I Mira of Danville and Mr John Antler f son of McKinney attended the funer al of Miss Ruth Ann Dunn Tuesday Unusual interest clustered around the basket ball game between the Bichmond and Nicbolasville girls last Saturday evening The Nicholasville girls were winners 8L to 5 After the game the girls entertained at supper iffi in honor of their guests Elegent lunch was served the dining room and table being decorated Nicholas ville colors white and green It was quite a pleasant affair What Knocking Will Do We frequently hear the querry Will the hotel and opera house be re built The Record is in position to say No and we are able to say why When the other house was built our people will remember that there was all kinds of adverse criticism made not only upon the building but some went so far as to criticise the business judgement of the gentlemen furnish k ing the money to build the house The promoteis heard these contempt ble remarks but went on with the work After the house was completed this talk continued people saving the house was not sate would fall down and all such idle rot that damaged the reputation to such an extent that not until Mr Long had been here some months would the traveling public patronize the hotel as it should and some people never did go into the opera house When the building 1 burned the editor of this paper made up 1500 i n private subscriptions which was offered the hotel company and it was then that we were told by several of the stockholders that under no consideration would they take fur tber steps in the matter One man went so far as to say he never intend ed to lay one brick on top of another S K the stockholders took the right view j raj of the case let their feelings get the better of their judgement yet we print this article to show what idle JE talk adverse and to use a slang expression knocking will do S to hold back improvements and cause capitalists to keep their money stored bj away where it will not do them nor anyone else any good While the Gar M rard hotel may not have been what it IE should be in yet the talk ii done against it caused some of our r3 most enterprising citizens to take gback seats and do nothing further to ward improving the town This Spring E we hope and believe other capitalists W will put on foot improvements and rU are given to show their idle talk will do and what it has done so if you are inclined to throw cold water keep a silent tongue or better still move out of town Ii Ii I ail Ii iii In I m fj fj tii ij m Ii in Lancaster While we do not I Iii con stucUon enterprises and our statements above Fii knockers what II Louisville Land am all believe criticism 0 Wonderful Values W Jj lfjJff Iffil flfll X JlllltdJfjJlglflJ JiWi1rJ YP i I Iii 1 0 All of our heavy w w w w Y 000 I 6lean8weep- r Suits FOR lOcts Call and learn How to Secure them i of any fono 0 These I Articles ij I IJ Choice Logan Dry Roods Co 0 T HE H I l X X l J e N D SHOE earth hiII A handsome 300 RUG A 300 Lace Curtains A 300 Tailor Made Skirt IA 300 Silk Waist Pattern IA 300 Wool Dress Pattern Ladies or Gents Hat A 300 pair of Pants liiI vv rv The best 300 on pair fine m- A300 m o Overcoats at I What j1 I I we if you r genuine bar gains call on us t I I i 1 I JH1H I I il i i T f j1i ii i u r lj1 1 i r f5 must be sold and we are offering them s IosThan6oM I F We mean say and want i HTLOOftN atssrr swt rice r y v anti A n v a r X 4 w i i Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Go They MustGo Our new Spring Goods are now ar riving and to make room for the tremendous stock we MUST get rid of 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 Your Chance ForHonestBargains Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED r In The flaiDlt t 1 II f II 1 U t II II II In n II II I I I II I PL3OW 4 Get N some Ou fJv4 American No 20 70O v Steel Beam 800 y Wood Beam Warranted to plow as last as long as any plow on the market Satis faction guaranteed or your money refunded Welland ti Clover Timtkf aid Grass M fagii lariKss ad Pl w Gear HASELDENROBINSON V cL W ls d ji il 2iJ r Cc- r a- rJ c CENTRAL KEGORBV LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster Uail Matter Lcmeatttr Ky February 2 1904 The representative from Pike introduced a bill in the exempt printing machinery from taxation While the press of the state does more than any other factor to build up Kentucky in fact Is the only organization which does pull for the states advancement yet the editors want no such law passed If the solons will pass which will make those owing printing offices pay up it will bring enough money into every publishers pocket to enable him to not only meet all his obligations but have little spending money The Kentucky Legislature has made an appropriation to pay preachers for praying for it The sum allowed looks pretty stiff too We would suggest that this job be let to the lowest bid der Let each bidder state the length breadth and depth of the daily sup plication and it might be best to have a sample prayer filed as an exhibit As prayers offered on such occasions nev er higher than the ceiling of the building in which they are made we see nothing wrong in a little fun over the matter Bob Hughes the hustling secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit Association is a clever fellow but his latest of nerve takes the bake shop He writes to the country editors know if any farmers have left in newspaper offices specimens of fruits etc If so please send them to us etc Wouldnt that jar your grand mothers preserves Bob worked in a country office this office by the way long enough to know that should the editors part with the pro visions left on subscription they would soon starve We may send a few cart loads of rejected manuscript but ra Lions never All those crocodile tears now being shed by the people who vilified Hon Mark Hanna during his lifetime make us tired very tired No nent citizen had more mean things said about him nor were more unjust criticisms ever heaped upon a man The abuse was the result 01 jealousy as the people especially the prominent people knew the distinguished bad more brains than any man in the nation The administrations purpose in lag to induce Russia and Japan to limit their sphere of hostilities to as small an area as possible may be a good and broad idea but the president and his coworkers must bear in mind not overstep reasonable bounds bering that Uncle Sams position in this trouble is a perch on the fence where he must stick to the end Somerset Journal Seph Camp bells good paper will soon install new machinery type etc and blossom out a modern sixcolumn folio It will be printed semiweekly as usual and continue to give its readers the best service Heres wishing the clever and progressive editor all success Editor Glenn of the Graphic was touched for his passes and wad of money while en route to Florida last week There are two very surprising features in this occurrence first that a thief would tackle an editor and second that an editor had any money to be robbed of A fashion journal says the large wire bustle is again in style And it evidently fills other wants during this sleety slippery weather Makes The Hit Our friend Hon Richard W Miller of Richmond now his county in the Legislature more laurels as an orator at the ban quet given by the Louisville Board of Trade to the Kentucky Legislature while en route to the St Louis sition In referring to hIs effort which it terms an oratorical gem the Courier Journal says R W Miller of Richmond was introduced by Mr Ford as a young man of specially brilliant attainments Mr Miller said In partI not know if this toast as signed to me because I am in it of seeing the sun rise or if it because of eflort is being made br Japan giving promise It is a peculiar thing that wherever tlie he bears his separate and distinct mark In the of the suns path be does not shine upon so glorious a country as old Kentucky We have hid enough of strenuous life The State Is blessed In the counties that lie beyond the city from which I the soil is burden ed with mineral wealth and is always to give forth its wealth to Whether we come from Pennyr lie or Purchase from Bluegrass or the mountains we are never divided but are all I believe we are the Inheritors of achieve that went us ehiWren tid childrens children take upiJtn BTeater jn a better and have 5si m i5f vlfc i i 2 s Cbi v iL 3 J r7l- cond SO county Legislature- to a a besides exhibit agriculture prom I statesman railroad representing Expo eta beyond measure before a ttett iio r r w Case bill ascend rem Madisoav The long felt good the the that new civilization Kentuckian course the come thrifty band of hardy toil askKent fans every deed of meat ever our will work purer spirit than we done We now thatthe world gr that kinder oat OGtbeeonfaioa will treat sirtiteettb1eg forgiving al bkk1- A Iliarisila ritewiiir T int r4P fim nC r Y s toe try et file won hob was goes the Our 0 80d r po hire N way hee to of i David Montgomery is on the sick list Miss Pearl Eason is very sick at this writing The Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely J I Crawford sold a nice saddle horse Mr Jas Preston for 100 Harvey Dean wife and son were with relatives in Jessamine Miss Llllle Jackson is spending this with Miss Leola Scott Miss Beatrice Sanders was the guest Miss Hattie Duncan Thursday Mr and Mrs Will Sherrow are very of a fine girl christened Al Wrs Luraney Montgomery bought some corn from B Me Williams at 2 50 per barrel Messrs Morfett and Sanders have brought on their stock of spring goods Give them a call Miss Mae Scott will leave Saturday for Danville Indiana where she will be in school for some time James Jackson wife and little son of Nina were his Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sarah Duncan and daughter Miss Hattie spent last week with rel atives in Washington county Noah Marsee and sister Miss Lucy the guests oj Miss Alice Vander pool Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Alex Dean who has been at her fathers bedside at Nicholasville for some weeks returned home Saturday accompanied by her daughter Mrs Dillard Brumfield BOURNE Frank Ball sold a work mare to Jno Dean for 45 James Morford bought a horse of Green Bowling price 90 James Ledgear sold a cow and calf to Lish Cheatham for 37 50 James Mortord and family have moved to J P Hamms place Thos Turner of the Deaf and Dumb Institute Danville is with home folk this week Tim Grimes and wife of Nicholas vibe visited the latters father Wm McWilliEms last week Sanders Morford have returned from the city where they purchased an uptodate stock of goods Miss Lucy Marsee was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss Alice Vanderpool near Lock No 8 NINA Morris Ross is complaining with icvere cold Joe Simpson bought of EG Creech some Fred Creech sold a R M Ross of Madison for 16 John Wheelers little boy is suffer ingwith tonsllitis Mr Rube Wheeler who has been sick is on the mend Our roads getting awful muddy just now we need the pike Mr Morton Sebastian sold a lot of corn to Elijah Baker at 235 visiting the family of her uncle W T WatsonMary Wheeler daughter of T E Wheeler is suffering very much with rheumatism Brother W T Watson who has been sick for some time we are glad to is improving Whisky drinking is at a pitch in this part of the moral vinyard right now What pity Annie Lawson Mo is here on a visit to her father and Mr and Mrs W T Watson Mr Sam Prather has returned from Louisville where he sold crop of tobacco it realized about 9J cents at home Last week Record contained some mighty good editorials and gen era reading everybody ought to take it t T J Jackson our postmaster and family was called to HIckman last week on account of the illness of Mr Jacksons mother Her many friends and acquaintances in this neighborhood sympathize with Mrs T H Walker and the entire ly in the death of her son Fred Creech has sold his place here to Sam Prather and wilt to Clay county his many friends bate him go he is a good fellow The 4th Sunday and Saturday be fore is Bro Pikes stated meeting at Freedom business of at 1 oclock all members present FLATWOODR J C Clouse sold a span of mules for 1150 W H Furrsold two mutes to JC 3Fox for 1200 sold a to Al yin Estes for t60 There will be a class in vocal atGood Hope soon Thos Wprrell sold to 14 hogs at W per head is boasting about the a girl Menefee McQcerry sold to Wm Law for 45 begs Ward r i P c leene parents were I II a at 4e Miss Maud Watson of Brodhead is a ot Tipton move tosee Saturday afternoon II Cook Laws f addle Qorn tQ Wife npooodlrJ 1 X11 IlEliltoN week night proud Gordon with shoats cow are fearful Mrs mother his sense fat here importance let the ebb work mare 1P G hooch Bill rrival coo mare the of Lewis Gr- uonthel5th ate Scott benBht helferandzEb1r of Sf yarns for 121 Ills ii oiaitltreatlvea aalutdie YeattleitFti rr say netc b ols o MAIIKSBITIIV has been with grip Suttons family been quite sick Mr G B Aldridges family have been quite sick with grip Robert Fox sold an extra bunch of shoats to C A Arnold at 4c Mrs W M Stallings entertained a few friends at dinner Thursday Miss Lyda Arnold was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss Sallle Herring A little daughter came to the home Mr and Mrs Tom the Little Miss Annie Lee Durham of Bryantsville has been visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs H D Aid John Woods has returned from a two week visit to his sister Mrs Will Floyd near Ashville N C Mr W the Vanderbilt Biltmore He Kentuckians have never seen any swine they sold at from 75 to 500 at the sale He learn a good deal about swine raising by visiting Biltmore STONE Our little village is on a boom Folger is very sick at this Lewis Murphy sold his crop of tc bacco fur 8c J H Raney and wife are numbered with the sick Floyd Davis sold one pair of work mules for 8325 J W Sanders has been suffering from throat trouble The family of Tevis Preston are ve ry sick with measles Joe Hicks bought of Sam Duncan 6 acres of land at 200 Lota Raney visited his grand father Saturday and Sunday Mrs L L Sanders visited her father Hiram Ray last week We are glad to note that Mrs G W Anderson is improving St Valentine brought the nicest valentine to J T Speaks Miss Flora Wiley visited relatives in Nicholasvllle recently The infant of Leslie Green was at Scats Fork 6th inst Miss Cannie East has almost from a spell of pneumonia Miss Beatrice Sanders spent last week with her sister Mrs Sam Dun can Falls City delivered a load of goods at Sugar Creek Saturday night S Sanders C S Sanders Mofford were in Louisville last buying their new stock of spring goods The family of Tilford Preston were badly burned last week powder catching fire and LOWELL Wm Hurt Sr has been sick but is now able to be out again The contest for the post office here is getting warm three applicants in the field two republicans and one democrat Mr Cornet died last Thursday after a short illness of pneumonia He was 82 years old and recently bought the farm of Geo Bollards He was buried at Old Paint Lick There has been a stray calf around Lowell for several weeks no one knows who it belongs to and no one here asks about Henrystruck it Friday evening crippling but did not kill it Relief In One lUluuto One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills the which tickles the muscous mem brane causing the cough and at the same time clears the pnelm draws out the inflammation and heals and sooth es the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards oft pneumonia and is a harm less and never failing cure in all cura ble cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to takebarmless and good alike foryoung and old Sold by F P Ffisble Im Be Getting Ready This is a good time of the year for to be getting ready for spring work so that when the time for work comes no time shall be lost In prepa ration Locations for tobacco oeds should be selected and brush and wood for burning same be placed at hand Plow gear should be looked up and missing or broken parts replaced etc looked after and repaired if necessary Seed corn should be when the corn is gathered in the field but if not done at that during the winter it be attended to If fencing is necessary this be done when the weather will permit Better Than Gold I with chronic indigestion and nervous de bilitv writes F J Green of H No remedy helped mean titIbegan which did me good than all themedir cine Used They have also kept my wife In excellent health for years She says iectrlciBitters are jnstsplen did are a grand tonic and ihvlgpratorlpr weak WOWBB have Broaddus on 7th Inst ridgeMr vis- Ited thinks Kentucky F writing preachingbu- ried recovered lur C SN week II it 1 1 Plows time i Lancaster N uslng Bitters i t t I I firs D largaretl3uttcu sick Joshua home says farmers could N exploding old microbe farmers harrows selected should should was troubled for several years EiectriC more for femalee troubles that they ms down No other medic fair ialiejts la our fe tafly Tr Oelt50c iat19sl eliebert8 SGore lHF a a V y ry B Slander is always most dirty at the handle Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had and nothing could be done I given up to The offer of a tree trial bottle of Dr lang New Discovery for Consumption me to try it Uesults were I am now on tin road to recover and owe all to Dr Kings New His covery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung disease by McRoberts Drug Store Price Trial Hot ties tree 1m He who would be a leader must go before Do It Today The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you cm do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That Is the terse advice we want to give you About that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO DAY and let that remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtylive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly your cough or cold and its use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread has attacked your lungs Herman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trou ole New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At Stormes Drug Store 1 Aug The Bible promises no loaves to the loafer Nearly Forfeits HI Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a ulcer on the leg of J Orner Franklin Grove III For four years it delied all doctors and all But Bucklers Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruc tions and Piles 25c at McRobcrts Drug Store 1m That cannot be manly which is not moral Another Cano of Uheuiiiatlsiu Cured by Clmuibcrlutua Pain Halm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of Grigsby Ya says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back when everything else failed and he would not be without it For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m is not the same as selfre spect AVhut Are They Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets A new remedy for stomach troubles biliousness and constipation and a good one Price 25 cents For sale at Frisbies Drug Store lin Cheap Rates To all points in Montana 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 Ry J07 Trac tion Bldg Cincinnati Ohio T I Escaped an Fate fur me was die induced 50c 00 I 1 r relieve continued consumption I r remedies n 1 1 n1 I 1 I Y- S Awful Consumption starling Il 4 N Self loce Wash t fj j r j fiIi JiIfiilJfiIilJfi1ilJ fililffil Removal Sale I i L C E Ills the Germ of Cuturili and CoHlM Noliilii lilt VullH- Sujs It K McHoberlB Now that Hyomei can be obtain in nearly every town and city in the country it is possible to buy from druggists a health giving climate to be carried in the purse or pocket By breathing it a few minutes four a day you can soon cure grip coughs colds and 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 outfiit costs but i and consists of the pocket inhaler medicine dropper and sufficient Hyomei to last several week It effects a cure in the worst troubles and if breathed at the commencement ol a cold or the grip will check it quickly and pre vent sickness Extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for soc When breathed the the germkilling and health giving Hyomei goes to the most remote cells of the throat lungs killing all the catarrhal germs soothing the irritated membrance and vitalizing the blood 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 germ diseases im ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress announce Hon D Jj MOOttE of Vercer County as a candldnte for cratic party Your support is earnestly solirl ted tf For County Attorney are authorized to announce R L TUvoi sox es a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs MagRle B Gulley Is a camlleate for of Public Schools In Garrvrd Co subject 50 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 erotic putty 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 suujuct to the action or the Demu cratic party As Circuit J uclge it be came 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 tell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the newCoue stitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con troversy arose us to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my 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 Iwill be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the higVf position and office to which 1 aspire Very respectfully 2 12 tf JAMES R CANTKELL i helps Health Grit Cud catarrh inhaler ana mucous withozone We are authorIzed to lionGWe Suli even similar 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 call at fiIJ f once Several for Childrens 0 0 new desins Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan J st Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery Garrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER J zp 6 r FOR I Clonran T mothJ Ul verand VnltanPlowsI Plows Plows tit xTBWfLKER8ON l f i ItRriArVtww- i HEADQUARTERS I Seed Syracuse and 11111 Siffe Repairs for above P s 4- s WOMEN 4 Standard Sewing Rotary Shuttle Drop Head Worth 4500 sell at 3 500 Guarranteed Best Light RunnIng 1 New Machine Vibratory Shuttle Drop Head Worth 3000 to ssl1 at 2200 10 years Guarrantee 2 New Century Sewing Machines 10 years Guarantee Worth 2500 sell at 1900 Will sell at these prices in order to reduce this stock F Postle fjf 7lftjWJr fJjfLr1 rfj fJWjjliilllilfi1 I Y I m na pines f i CenturySewing I 1 U right 0 I r I 11 JffJYlttfllJWl2fi1 llYffl rIj k top I I p top I r t V S BEAZIEY Dentists Office overThomp ous store Danville st Gossip About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings ly Those Arc In Miss Ethel West is visiting friends jn Lexington Herbert Kinnaird has been working insurance at Burnside Miss Albera Hilton has returned to her home in Brodhead John Burnside leaves this week for St Louis to spend several weeks Miss Lucile Cooper of Stanfordlias been the guest of Miss Angie Kinnaird Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington has been visiting her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Our little friend Hudson Frisbie who has been quite sick is reported some better Miss Daisy Collier and Fannie Jen ning of Danville have been guests of Miss Ann Hill Mr Branham Beazley leaves week for St Louis where he is of locating Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville and Jficholasville Louisville Times M iss Violet Pres Won after a visit to friends in Lancas ter and Paint Lick returned home Monday Editor E C Walton of the Stanford Interior Journal snatched a few days wellearned rest last week by visiting his brother Thomas in Atlanta Miss Mary Gill entertained Thursday evening at her beautiful home on Stanford avenue The rooms were decorated with palms white roses and pink carnations The refreshments of ices and cake carried out the color scheme of pink and white Miss Gill proved an ideal hostess The many friends and admirers of Dr E H Pearce are delighted to know jthat he is about free from a stubborn attack of la grippe which has trouble for some two or three The doctor is a frequent to The Record office and his de lightful presence is the source of much comfort and pleasure to the entire forceSenator George T Farris and Repre sentative SD Cochran came home from Frankfort Sunday the Legislature having adjourned over Monday a legal holiday We have had occasion to keep posted on the movements of the pres eut session and are delighted to that Garrards representatives area mong the most are highly respected and looked G C FARIS I3eazley Faris I I People 7 JW this thinking rhim visI- tor In 4 late r l cause fin Frankfort d upon as among the most solid safe men In the assembly Miss Ada Dickersoi of Nicholasville has beet here a few days Ed C Gaines has returnrd from a business trip to Little Helen He ndon delight ful birthday dinner Thusday Mrs Charles F of Nicliolas ville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Judge R A Burnside of the U S Mar shals olllce Louisville was at home a few days this week Miss Mary Burnside returned Sat urday from a delightful visit to friends in Frankfurt and Lexington Judge and Mrs R A Burnside spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs W II Lackey at McCreary Mrs Clay Dunn who has been Mr and Mrs Heroert Gulley has to her home in Bryantsville Fox Logan who is attending school Lexington spent a few days with his parents Mr J and wife A beautiful picture of Thelma little daughter of Mr Mrs H C Hamil ton appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Messrs Waller Hudson and Lewis Gill who are attending school in Dan ville spent the 22nd with their home folksDanville News Miss Mattie Mae Robinson of Lancaster Is the guest of Miss Josephine Dunn on East Main street Miss Theo Hemphill graduate of Hamilton College Lexington spent from Friday till Tuesday with her parents Judge J C Hemphill and The Louisville paper speaks of Miss Christine Bradley as a popular men her of the party which went to St Louis to dedicate the Kentucky MrG S Gaines of Danville made this olllce a pleasant call Monday and told us the rib broken by a fall some ago had healed nicely and give him no further trouble Joe Arnold is weighing mail on Capt Phil Prices Molasses Special The Government is now having all mails weighed on the trains which will continue for a week or so to get at the price to pay the railroad com panicsThe Record office labored under seri ours difficulties Friday and Saturday the bad weather housing Capt White and illness detaining Mr Miller The editor and the angel Miss Hatcher kept the wheels moving however The loss of two hands for two days means trouble a printing office The Frankfort cor says Miss Lydia Hundley and Mr William Sandifer ol Covington were married at the home of her uncle Mr I T West on Side Tuesday afternoon Mr Sandifer is the son of Mr J P Sandifer and wife is a bright popular business boy and resided here when quite young His many Lancaster friends regret to learn of the serious illness of Jno Nashville hada Denman visiting returned M Logan wif weeks Leonard In theSouth and boiling would Cold Courier Journ e al BUGGIES FIT 608T In order to make room for our large Spring Stock of We have Bug gies Surries fine Driving Wagons we will sell at cost We have a large supply of Wagon Harness flames Collars Pads Breast ChaiBS Trace Chains Back Bands lame Strings Wagon Lines Etc Etc Largest stock of Harness ever r in Lancaster M We also have a full 4 load 6f the celebrated Romans fclmore V fS I K fe oooooc OO I Vehicles afew I ji 2 Jr tt Y Old Hlckorylf n 4 i l j io 9 rit i i CDaQ OOQQ OOC 4 r t car shown a t R F y f Z t b t I L Diinlap Vlio Avnt to Peorla III to take position of U S gauger lie has been very of rheumatism some and late reports are not favora ble to his recovery AfrW G Kemper the gentlemanly cashier of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick was here Monday and made The a pleasant call Miss Theo Hemp hill of Lancaster who is a general favorite Danville through city today enroute to Hamilton College Lexington Announcement of the marriage of Miss Georgia Henry of this clay to Dr El more at Little Rock last Thursday was a great surprise to her many friends here The bride is a daughter of Mr Solon B Henry of this city and was one of Lancasters most popular young ladies The groom is a practicing physician of El Dorado Ark and a of and high standing The joins Lancaster friends in extending well wishes for along and happy life To Save Lire Under the supervision of the Inter state Commission a bill is being pre pared which if it becomes a law will compel railroad companies to build stronger coaches and other passenger cars with the exception of sleepers The bill will be introduced by Each of Wisconsin and will provide coaches and cars for passenger service shall be constructed with steel sleepers and steel sills The American Railway Association has been asked to submit details which would be practical from a standpoint and every care is taken to have the measure such as will effect greater safety in construction Be fore beginning the draft of the bill Representative Each made along going thoroughly into the history of car construction He also with Government officials who expressed the opinion that some thing should be done to prevent the futher construction of light railway coaches which either telescope or break like in the event of a wreck thereby causing a large death and casualty rate It is asserted that the immunity from death and injury which passengers in sleeping cars Is duo largely to steel underframe construction and it is understood that the construction of the presentday sleeping car will be taken as a stand ard In this event all day coaches smoking cars buffet cars chair and parlor cars will have to be built with extention steel beams and possibly be provided with steel platforms and non telescopable device In view of the number of lives sacrificed in railway wrecks the last the need of some such legislation is appreciated 1 will sell my property on street a twostory 8 room and all necessary outbuildings The place contains 17 acres well and well improved For further particulars call on Theo Currey Jr Msr Theo Currey McCREAKY Mrs Maggie Gulley and son Stanley were visitors of J D Gulley and family of Bryantsuille Mr and Mrs Alex Walker of your city visited the family of John Saturday and Sunday Miss Fannie Mae Miles of Buckeye began a subscription school at Teaters ville last week Mrs W K Warner and Miss Ida Ray visited relatives in Lexington J D Hardin of your city visited at George Saddlers last week Miss Sue of Indiana is spend ing a few weeks with her Mrs John Lackey Messrs Will and Elmer Hamm visi ted relatives last week J T Hardin and wife visited the latters Mason Pulllns at Paint Lick Ottie Walker son of Mrs Lizzie Walker was called to his reward last Friday morn at an early hour He had started to Lexington in company with his brother Milev and was taken sick on the road and returned home immediately and rapidly grew worse and lived only a few days All that good physicians could do could not stay the monster death He leaves a mother three and three sis ters to mourn the loss of a bright nc ble son and brother He has gone to join his father and Hobert who have crossed on before He teen years of age and bad been his mothers comfort and protector since hIs fathers death He became a Christian when quite young and has leda that will be an example for other boys SpIrlU Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main Hverand the tine spirits ever made Blue Grass State could not a bad liver or the hundredand ill it produces You cant good spirits and a bad liver at the Your liver must be Jb fine condition if you would feelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright ofeye of step vigorous in pursuits You put your liver in fine by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all for the liver and stbm taln cure for dyspepsia or Indlgeetwnt years August Flower Vcr fce ltby t i j for In many tall conferred egg shells enjoy unusual year urgent FoX Sale Lexington dwelling watered I Walker Naylor elgh ist e tithe lne5 h nit l i l Lat i r 1 s a Ill time Record office Danville passed ails Rowland gentleman Record Representative railroad investigation grandmother aunt Mrs brothers little was life Good source all reedy one effects have same time and successful you can condition ace hasbeea ifavorite h 1dre- dy for over thirty five make your and active snd thus insure you al supply c re aCAfall dr- s a- T h hs3 y ti r r Yic IDEA IN GATES Ja t the Thing for Cattle Pastures Where a Three Wire Peace Coaflnes the Stock The following Is a description of a cheap and serviceable wire gate which will be found satisfactory especially in places where a gate is notoften used It of course would not do for sheep or hogs but will serve the purpose in cattle pastures where a threewire fence is sufficient to confine stock Cut wires each about a foot longer the distance between the posts and three short each six Inches long the short wires into loops and fasten to post A B B B with staples the desired distance apart three wIres NEW an i arm A WIRE GATE long wires C C C Into the B B B so as to form hinges Shape three boards each four feet long as illustrated in D Place a wire ratchet on each of these boards about six inches from the end Fig E E E attach the other ends of the long wires to ratchets Nail an Inch board Fig G four inches wide the height of post to post F Nail board H on top of this over lapping the first an inch or two Drive a stake I inside of wire fence Zyx feet from post F Nan three pieces of boards J each four feet long on inside of post F and also inside of stake parallel to wires Tighten up wires on ratchets E E E sufficient so that when each of the boards D D D are inserted into slot H and pushed back into post tion against J the wires will be taut Three rings one for each pair of boards slipped over the ends hold wires in proper position If one would prefer four wires instead of three an other one can be Cotter in Epitomist CONCRETE ON THE FARM It Can Be Vied Not Only for Cistern and Floors tint for Fence Post Also There is little for up to date farmers wading around in the mud when concrete walks may be had around house and barn with a very small outlay provided the man Is handy and can do the work after a little says Rural New Yorker the making of walks concrete is being used In many other ways and economically During the past season we have seen fence posts made from stone and concrete that are much cheaper than the cut stone post and Just as durable The plan of making the posts was to dig down two feet into the ground or perhaps deeper in soft ground and then make a box the size of post wanted which was filled with the concrete and topped out according to fancy When hinges or eyes were wanted for hanging gates holes were bored in the box and the eyes inserted before the filling was done taking care to have same anchored well in the post A floor is easily made in houses of stone or brick and renders a residence practically fireproof We saw floors ol this kind made last season that to be perfection A wooden floor is first made of rough lumber and on is laid a wire cloth in which the concrete is spread six inches thick When It dries the wooden is removed and the concrete is selfsustaining The convcrete is made by mixing together Portland cement sand and coal cinders It is said to cost but little more than a firstclass floor made of wood Including the joists We have seen a number ol cisterns made out of concrete no brick being used for walling up In making a cistern of this kind it is necessary to have a rough wooden wall made about three inches all around from the dirt and fill in space with concrete After the wood wall is removed one coat of cement completes the cistern and it it there for all time to come The greatest objection to iron fence posts is that they are not in the ground being so small By using a bed of concrete and the base of all iron posts set in will be found that they stand as well as any other post Kaow The average farmer lacks deuce He hesitates in telling what he knows At many a farmers institute valuable experiences are lost because of this the farmer feeling that some experienced speaker can nil story better The fact is the actual worker is more appreciated and can do good even though he cannot speak as gracefully Do not hesitate butt get up and make a compact statement of your experiences Or Judd Farmer A Pennsylvania journal reports that breeders near Baltimore have W 750 of prize from feeding old gingersnaps aqd frail A too free of these cies cost the of 11 fine Herefords It to be the custom of of to buy food by the cattle and hogs la small quantities as fattening and milkpro I ieTer proposed to a girlrbcfort HI know that yoirf pplisli Jftoy fi L STRONG Hook the addedJames ofmoney himself Be- sIdes concrete built this it self more Cattle KIII1t7 Dainties their seems farm onto feed A H togJeJi11JY J8wy c er it- f t1 i j Lfti- e loops another excuse instruction advantageously seem door solid will Tell Just What You con more tell brief range lost worth cattle Indulgence dell lives such dada Showed it darling How You we aorii Cisiiago r iFeeeae Bii1K rHaveyouanypriateAeetiS2laskesl ttoaery store t3 s were alloal eL fie the clerkb tttweveaeabtba s xav q t x fl Cake Business and Bargains Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud The of everything in fruit and candy line at Zimmers The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25 tf Smith Currey Agts Clover and Seed Oat for sale Banks Fruit cakes at Zimmers Flesh and fine It Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf Fish food just received New lot of gold fish will arrive next week tf J C Thompson Fresh Lowneys celebrated can dies just received at Zimmers Restau rant It We have a line of the freshest and best cakes ever ancaster Fine line fresh fruits at Zimmers Restaurant It Clover and Seed Oa Seed oats clover and tim seed for sale Banks Hudson Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 1030tf Potts Bros New flower seeds for 1904 Sweet peas andNasturtiums in bulk packages and full stock of all varieties of seeds 4t J C Thompson The Hardware Buggies Harness Saddles and Im plements Electric Ranges FastCooking Good Looking Low Prices Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville flue ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can Rive you the service of a practical plumber of everal years experance which is to your interest J B Conn Lumber 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 All parties going to Indian or Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf T J Hatcher the Danville stage man will attend promptly to all trunks etc entrusted to his Leave articles and orders at McRobert drug store He has a good rig and will carry passengers at reas onable rates 219tf Dont Put It Oft When the Spring season opens up everybody will want put into their houses will be a rush among the plumb xC Why not have the work done npw be ready for the hot dry weather at the business and can fit up your house neatly and correctly Let us do it now as you will be delayed later J R Haselden tf Cat Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone 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 agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any on the shortest notice up and we will telephone order at Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf The Markets LOUISVIUI KY FEB 24 4 P it CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 50 4 75 Medium 4 254 50 Choice butcher steers 4 00 4 25 Medium to good butchers 3 50 3 85 Common to medium butchers 3 00 3 40 Good to choice feeders 3 75 4 00 Common to medium feeders 3 50 3 0 Good to extra stock steers 3 50 3 75 Common to medium stock steers 250 350 Good to choice stock heifers 2 75 3 00 Common to medium stock heifers 2 50 2 75 Plain light mixed stockers 1 75 2 25 Medium to god8 bulls 2 50 3 00 Choice veal 500 5 50 to calves 3 SO 4 50 HOGS packing and butchers 200 to3001b 555 Medium packers 160 to Ibs 6 55 light ship 120 to 160 Ibi 500 Choice plg 0 to laoibs 4 65 4 25 Roughs 150 to 500 Iba 4 75 SHEEP AND LAMBSr 3 75 425 Falrtogoodi 250950 Co MOnto edln 2 00 2 50 BCks 2 06 3 00 Kxtratlilpping Jambs 6 03 bntcherlambs 600 CoMMon taU BdliJBbs 408 4 58 son tf It tl t Y seed dson brough t tf Currey vidson ju y Co Oklahoma I there d are experts designs Callus Common medium Choice 200 Good pigs bOto Good 10 extra Ii1pplcsheep LL CUR LUNC8 IJ il B best Send oats clover and line received Baselden Robinson packages care waterworks an once to good ahtppinR ateere calves R choice 901be est K QOUGH DiKiig5iws F c C IIIIuhru e r Prflit i iss tt li Ef l i LI Moulding in stock and frame Pictures Tryu3 Neatly and promptly McRobertsDrug Store 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 Ij f r t i OUR OoT F JOE Sale i We carry R f H IS IES That SmoothFinish 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 f H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky DRUGSTORE LOWEST RATES EVER MADE TO THE SOUTHWEST 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 MCGUIRE District Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio VIA B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Davidsons Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender Reliance TMp F pXLANCASTER BRANCH Hif1t Most Satisfactory We furnish every atyleof ortraitat reasonable prices i i SX v rc O I Open r STUDIO Class Photos 7 every rGo ti A 1ao P Y Call carl d W v T r r DO YOU WISH that you were well and strong You can have your wish gratified unless your condition is except ional In cases out of every hundred Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will re store weak rundown men and women to perfect and permanent health Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition and so en ables the buildingup of the body in the only by food perfectly digested and assimilated I am more glad to tell I have better health ever writes Mrs Francis Johnson of Dresden Pettis Co Mo Box 71 After three bottles of Dr Pierces Prescription one vial of Dr Pierces Pellets I am and hearty I have no more bad spells no more weakness I feel like a new woman altogether I could not have lived much the con dition I was in if I bad not seen that advertisement just in time to save my life The Common Sense Medical paper covers is sent free on receipt of 2 1 onecent to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y ft before ft Golden Medical Discovery one of Favorite Adviser 9 Land Stock Crops FOP Sale Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally fine J Wade Walker Manse Ky All garden and field seeds should be given a thorough test before planting and now Is a good time to do it At the Vanderbilt sale of Berkshire hogs last week 67 brought an average price of 17770 The highest price was 500 for a sow The soil for Irish potatoes next ent and the sooner it is convenient betterDont corn too early for on the 21st of May we will have a frost that will bite everything says a weather prophet in the Falmouth Fendletonian Ned Gillspie 7000 pounds at 9J Joe McConnaughhay 10000 pounds at 10 and 2c W T Clark 12000 pounds at 11 and 2c Carlisle Mercury See The Record about your horse and stock cards We have the best assortment of cuts type etc and our job department can turn out your It is thought the eastern war will cause an increase in the price of hogs but the price of cattle will be only in cidentally affected unless the war is protracted Pork products are less affected by weather conditions than beef and can be better exported tivated ground Stay away a safe dis tance which is perhaps 25 feet Ky sold and shipped from that place 550 mules which brought them 871000 This is said to be one of the largest WIles YOB Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces a tree expectoration and opens the A complete cure soon follows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Frisbies Drug Store lm thoroughly BenjHenry desired toblackThisIs MessLazarus RemedyT secretions county Why DO This Why should the people of the cities pay such high rates for their beef steaks and stews when the stock growers receive only 4 to 5 per gross weight for their best stall fed beeves The price of beeves in Chicago is now 3 less per hundred pounds than at this time last year but there has been no perceivable reduction in the pric to the consumers Is it the meat com bine that is keeping up the price of beef The growers of cattle are not benefitted nor can the mechanics and laborers afford to pay such prices for fresh meats as are demanded in the city market houses The price of hogs is 2 less per 100 weight than a year ago and yet there has been no reduc tion in price to the consumer The middle men are pocketing this extra 2 while the widow and her hungry children have to pay the price deman ded or go without fresh ern Agriculturist Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household whena child of croup there is now perfect confidence This is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the treatment of that disease ford of Foolesville Md in speaking of her experience in the use of that remedy says I have a world of con fidence in Chamberlains Cough Reme dy for I have used it with perfect sue cess My child Garland is subject to severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by Frisbies Drug Store lm The bachelor girl is seldom a good cook If she were she would not be a bachelor girl long laysterloM Clrcnmitance 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 Fills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good and head off constipation Try them Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store lm A woman is never so jealous as when she explains that she does not know what jealousy is AB Early Riser A strong healthy active tion depends largely on the condition of the liver The famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early His ers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen the action of the liv er and rebuild the tissues supporting that organ Little Ealy Risers are easy to act they never and yet they are absolutely certain to produce results that are satisfactory in all cas es Sold by F P Frisbie lm meatSouth showed symptons Mrs M 1 Bas digestion gripe 4S con titu The attention of the public is called to the followingsections of the General Statutes of Kentucky A D FORD County Judg Sec 4615 Patients having Small PoxCare token of Every per due care that his person is cleansed and his clothes dollars Infected with the disease under the penalty of ten Sec 4416 Person goimg where SmallPox prevails may be con where the disease Is or associate with person who Is afflicted therewith any justice of the peace on due proof of the fact may cause such person to be conveyed to some house or place in the county where the disease will not spread there to remain until he shall have gone through the disease or until a physician shall certify that hewill not take the same If such person be not able to pay the expense of his nursing the county Shall pay the same Ulfmlly tredi g If any parson shall willfully spread or propagate the he shall be subject to be indicted anaiflel the sum of Ire handred dollars brto be imprisoned for six months Sec 4418 Penaltyforpera haviatSmallPox going in public places Anyone bavin reason atihe time to believe himself afflicted with the disease of smallpox shall TOluntarllrKo upon any public highway or street at which people are to or assemble or or go on board any steamboat railroad car or public convey all person who shall kaowlBfrly aW or assist to offend sballbefalltyof J J Ma or shall b I ed Betleae Uu one hundred Mf mon thaa MM thoasaaa dollars SM LLFOX smallpoxhad a patient orsutferln him to be removed take thoroughly such as have not been fiRed Jf any person smallpox house a Sec anyplace collect wh ber aBce fi j I the disease and t whohas never had the shall go into 4417t Peaalty frendeavor small Ito accustomed shall and anyone thui a and upon conviction I i 4 A vvtuiuii uiify licio ijj v tirnij uiar table societies and yet beold the cook forfeeding the policeman Once there was a woman who did not every word in her love letters but she got any You can never make a girl who knows how to make angel cake believe she wouldnt be a useful wife If a man knows how to make garden grow his wife can believe he knows how to do anything The woman who wears openwork ventilated shirtwaists is not necessarily a freshair fiend When a woman gets into politics they will want to purchase votes for 1 98 and have trading stamps thrown inThe woman who crawls under the bed during a thunderstorm is not al ways the one who Is afraid of a blow The man without reverence cannot win for Eczema My babt had Eczema so bad that its head mass of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many reme dies but none seemed to do any nentgood until I used Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and the little is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to De Witts Witch Hazel 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 on every box Sold bv F Frisbie 1m There are many churches in which the preacher is only a gas fixture Have You IndlgeMIouf If you have Indigestion Kodol 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 dl gestants that digest and rebuild at the same time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by FP Frisbie 1m Lynchings The total number of lynchings for 1903 includes 92 in the South and 12 the North 86 negroes 17 whites and one Chinaman 102 men and 2 women The two principal alleged crimes were murder 47 cases and criminal assault 20 Arkansas Georgia Louisiana and Mississippi led the list with 11 12 14 and 18 respectively Alabama which used to be notorious for lynchlngshad only two cases and there were two Southern States Maryland and which had none Special Notice IJiave moved my shop to the Fox Studio where will be glad to see our friends and customers attention good razors and years of expeiience fit us to do the best work Call on the old reliable Barber- tf Henry Duncan THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to read the WEEKLY HENRY WATTERSON Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUE DEVERY WEDNESDAY ii t t believe his J mo i j I IrespectA was olid perm a DeWitts onesscalp SalveFrank Dyspepsia dayevery I rooms under Polite never stockings and domestic Virginia CourierJournal 100 Year a REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM The COURIER JOURNAL issues the best Al manac published Seed 350 forcopy by mail COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement yon can get the THE CENTRAL RECORD and the WEEKLY 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Bourbon for 3 20 and pay all Express charges to your nearest office Or we will send YOU One Gallon of our six year old pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for 250 a two gallon jug in box 475 a three gallon jug in box 700 fourgallon jug for 9 oo and prepay all express charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE i Full Measure Safe Delivery and Entire SATISFACTION In Every Respect or Your Money Refunded Goes with every order And our guarantee is always good Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim our whiskey is absolutely pure and a little better than any other at the price and we elect ea h customer a judge in the case If after you have tried it you dont find 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 postage You shant lose one cent by trying our goods if we lull to please you Make your remittance payable and address DISTILLING CO Or P O Bex 422 Lexington Ky T A nice 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P D Gill FLASH THENEWS across the world I I that it may be seen by suffering humanity everywhere a 0 the most marvelous medical the world has ever known will quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CAIARUH and all BLOOD DISEASES It strikes the very root 01 the disease driving the poison from the blood and replacing it with pure rich blood DISEASE can not KXIST when the BLOOD is PURE LIFE PLANT makes it so then nature does her part and disease is soon forgotten in the enjoyment of perfect health Our guarantee is NO CUKE NO PAYMrs Chas Spnch of Fifth St New Philadelphia 0 suysKor three months I had In u very severe form My feet were so badly swollen that they felt a If I were standing on needles Could walk only great severe pain The palo was so severe as to give many sleepless hours at right I was a great sufferer Could find no until I took LIKE PLANT Two bottles cured me 1 cannot say too much for lu MFG ONLY BY THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON O J iii Lifo Plant dIscov- ery at J dl lit cult and relief If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock i we will send you two bottles by express barges prepaid for 00 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing KODOL digests what you eat 1 KODOL KOnO KODOL digestive organs nn KODOL j KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gas relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain rives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain Is the wonderful remedy that Is wellso sick and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that Is in the food they eat Dottles only 100 Size holding times the trial size which sells for SOc rrtwi eslj ly E C DVITT 4 CO CBICA03 Sold by F P Frisbie Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE Number 1 Dally limited 11 15 am Number 3 Urn ted llS9pm Number 5 Dally makes nil stops 11 07 am Number 9 Oally except Sunday i 755 pm 415pmNumber pmNumber contained 2 SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND 1 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Bobinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird O O O O 00000 00 O O 8 Z493 8 o 02 2 2 00 o o 0 t 2 r000 000 000 00 O b 2 2 6 VIce ooo- r S ROBINSON Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SUKlLCS fiooot B F HUDSON Cashier- W O BIGNBT Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcia Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Potts and Exchange John H Potts Propr Manufacturer of and dealer in High Grade Flour and Meal Gra ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Grains Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonla Potash Fertilizers SOrghumseed Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Got ton 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