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THE CENTRAL RECORDFOURTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 4 1904 t U49Y Better have us do your plumbing now as there will be a rush later in the season We defy anyone to more Tiber al terms or do bet ter roofing work than we do Our facilities for putting up gutter enable us to do the very best We are the peo pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are right CT IR LJEAZLCT GO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky DAVIDSONAttorney Law Office over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to business OUR Largest Handsomest and Best brought to Paint Lick L JENNINGS PAINT LICK j j r9l iIPLUMBING II R 0 OF NG nuke I I iofwork REPAUUNG I I I ijilll1 J Jr I 7 I I 8Drin Coon Now Itl i l1 stdkever t i 4 k t tt s- GVTTllC a 1 i lug I i E e- tr E 1 t 44444 t ILL ss Arr1v1112 y S a I Of Local Interest The coal man will soon have to pull in his horns Circuit Court begins the third Mon day in this With wheat at 109 and still climb lug the Louisville Times rises to re mark that there is reason to be thank ful that man does not have to live by bread alone F M Raines delivered two excellent lectures at the Methodist church Sun day lie is connected with the For eign Mission branch of the Christian church and has traveled extensively Knights of Pythias The Kay Pea Lodge worked in the third degree Friday night and has more work for to night The lodge is now in fine shape being composed of some of the best men in Lancaster Andy Tett who has had a chair in Henry Duncans shop has rented a room and bought a new outfit for a shop at Paint Lick We can recom mend him as an honest industrious man and a good workman Responding Liberally Many of those to whom statements were mailed by The Record responded promptly which is duly ap predated There are a few who are inclined to linger and this is mind you that we need the coin and will be glad to receive a remittance Good Poor Mans Country In remitting his subscription toThe Record Mr J A Cross writes from Ola tha Mo that his new home is a good fruit country and corn wheat and grass grow abundantly but he cannot the country is ahead of old Ken tucky Firewood is plentiful and the Ozark hills afford splendid range for sheep Stanford has 21 lawyers all good ones and all making a firstrate living No town in the State size considered has turned out more lawyers or better lawyers than the capital of Lincoln Stanford Journal Yes they are rood ones and could nt be otherwise after being under the training of so great a lawyer and grand a man as the illustrious Thos P Labor Scarce Farmers say it is almost impossible to get good labor and what can be secured wants more pay than it is worth and the men as a rule are very indifferent as to working at all can to a large extent offset the t scarcity of farm laborers by the use of laborsaving implements This can be done in most every department of farm labor and it may be that human ingenuity will eventually inventa ma chine that will do the work of a dozen men in every branch of farming The Rock Island announces the Low est Rates Ever Made to Indian Terri tory Oklahoma and Texas for Feb16 March 1 and 15 One way Colonist tickets from Memphis to Indian Ter ritory and Oklahoma points only 650 to Texas points 800 or less Look over the display ad appearing in this paper then write II I McGuire Div Pass Agent Ohio for illustrated descriptive of this great section and full informa tion regarding these excursions A Sample- A western editor has received the following unique letter Send me a few copies of your paper which has the obituary and verses about the death of my child a week or two ago You will publish the enclosed clipping about my nieces marriage And I wish you would mention In your local it dont cost me that I am going to have a few extra bull calves to sell Send me a couple of extra copies of the paper this week but as my time is out you can stop my paper as times are too hard to waste money on a newspa per Death of Mrs Gay After a protracted illness Mrs Gay wife of Mr James M Gay died at the family home near McCreary this county last Wednesday She was in her sixtyfirst year and was highly thought of who knew her In early life she united with old Beth el church and was always an enthusi astic member She was a daughter of Henry Hurt one of the bestknown families in the county The interment took place at Freedom Thursday H S Gay a son now living at Carrol ton Ills came to Kentucky to attend the burial We Shall Meet Again From an exchange In the beautiful drama of Ion the hope of immor tality and the future meeting of loved ones so eloquently uttered by the deathdevoted Greek finds deep in every thoughtful soul When about to yield his life a sacrifice to fatehis Clemanthe asks if they should meet again to which he responds I have asked that question of the bills that look eternal of the that flow forever ofstatsamongthose fields of my raised spirits are walked in glory But as I gaze upon thy living 1 feel there is somethig in love that mantles through its that cannot wholly perish We shall meet again Clemantbe t r month- olllce have sty Hill columns- if Sallie byallthose response clear streams azure beauty tore Farmers elsewhere Cincinnati M face 1 I == = In order to have some repairs made machinery this paper is sent out several hours ahead of regular time As we go to press Squire W H Kin naird and Mr Shirley Hudson are ill Father Bealer of Nicholasvllle will conduct Catholic services at the the first Sunday in March 2t Rev S G Bozeman of Louisville will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening All members asked to be present Miss Rebecca Williams of this city tells The Record she will be with the dress making department McWhor ter Estridges big store at Paint Lick and asks her friends for a liber al share of their patronage satisfaction An interesting letter from Paint Lick bears the signature A Friend We would like to publish it but have so many friends it is impossible to know just from whence this came Always sign communications in Such Is Life The Falmouth Pendletonian says the farmer gets it in the neck or rather the pocket book again Wheat has gone above a dollar per where is the farmer that has any for sale or even enough for his own in flour which he must now buy at an advanced price A Good Law Hon Jesse Alverson Lincoln coun tys popular young representative is proving a most useful member of the Legislature Among several good bills he has introduced is one whereby the officers will be empowered to break up loafing of worthless white and black people upon streets and in public pla ces In every town there are many trilling people who stand around the streets in depots and other public places and are a nuisance generally This law will give odicers authority to arrest and break up the gangs and will thus prove of inestimable benefit to all towns Place of His Birth Mark my paper up two years and under no circumstances miss every issue writes a former citizen Not one in fifty people who leave the old town ever forget the ties of friendship and in every letter we receive from former citizens there is a tone which shows that Lancaster dear to the hearts own Some its true become with the cities and some may even allow family ties to loosen but judging from the number of dis subscribers to The Record we are satisfied that those who forget the scenes of their childhood are few and far between Senatorial Candidates The people have it in their own hands to elect a Senate in 1905 to Temperance if they so desire Men are now announcing themselves for the Senate at the next election and now is the time to settle the of their attitude towards legislation Frankfort is not the place to convert men to views The proper place is at their homes among their and the time is when they are asking for support They should be dealt with kindly out positively that It they are not willing to commit themselve to the right side of the temperance question they cannot be elected Here is where we want the proper influence brought to bear and in the proper Compliment to Lancaster Boy Somerset Journal The amount of intelligent personal work of which Mr R E Hughes Secretary and Direc toj of Exhibits of the Kentucky Purchase Exhibition Commit slon is capable of is something Each of the Chairmen be sides other members of the Pulaski Committee have received personal let ters from him with full and explicit directions for their procedure in col lecting our articles of exhibit the State it is thus The news papers cannot resist his splendid en thusiasm It Kentucky does not tell a tale of wondrous enterprise and pride of possessions it will be no fault of the yqung gentleman from Garrard county with the silver tongue sorrel head Another Big Ad The hustling firm of Estridge Paint Lick show their good business judgment by taking a big space in The Record to tell the people of the many bargains they have They will open in theirhandsome new brick building in Paint Lick Saturdayand the public are cordially invited They will run an uptodate department store handling the best of everything They went direct to New York City where they bought thus getting the very lowest pri can give the customer the ben efit of this One of the features of tne establishment will be a dress department See the big ad in during the year Fop Sale Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement Cash Cheap HBNorthcott 3r4 2t For Sale Cheap for Cash Straight Creek and Cannel CoaL H B North cott 3426 I courthouse guaranteeing newspapers bushelbut sending- me Lancaster Lancaster other Infatuated favorable question Temperance Temperance wayEx Louisiana McWhorter mak- Ing this watch h p on extremely are consumption constituents remarkable Allover an manufactur- erst cei and issue and every wee 4 k j a t a t The oldest inhabitant has been in his glory this winter as his opine ions have been sought quite frequent ThirtyOne Years Old The Stanford Journal is 31 years old the present editor Mr E C Walton having been connected with the for 21 years The Interior Journal ranks at the head of the list of news papers and its great popularity is just ly deserved No one wishes Mr Wal ton more unalloyed happiness than does the writer of this paragraph BatsonHilton The following from the Lexington Democrat of February 26 will be of interest to Lancaster friends of the contracting parties Batson a prominent dry goods of Lancaster and Miss Alberta Hilton the handsome daughter of Mr J H Hilton of Lincoln county were married in the parlors of the Phoenix hotel yesterday at 9 oclock by Elder F M Tinder of Lancaster who came with them for the purpose They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Thomas J Cherry of Brodhead Mrs Cherry being an aunt of the bride the ceremony which was by a number of friends the wed fling party enjoyed an excellent at the hotel and in the afternoon Mr and Mrs Batson left for Chicago to spend their honeymoon There was no objection to the marriage from any source and it was consumated here simply for convenience Want Blue Gass Sod What blue grass farm will furnish This is a question propounded by the Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission It has been definitely determined to sod the entire lawn around the New Kentucky Home at the exposition an area of 2500 square yards exclusive of walks The commission believes there are many owners of blue grass farms who will agree readily to the sod necessary and it has therefore determined to extend an invitation to these gentlemen to the amount required The com mission will pay all freight charges and full credit will be given the farm or farmer furnishing the sod This is rare opportunity for some farmer to further advertise thee fertility of his broad acres Correspondence on the subject is solicited should be addressed to Robt E Hughes Secretary Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission Louisville Senator Farris Dry Bills The Frankfurt correspondent for the Louisville Times says Senator Farris of Garrard county has been having an interesting time during the present session with his little of local option measures which have teen introduced and defeated at overt seision for the pastseveral years They are meeting a similar fate at the hands of the present membership of the upper body but in a different way from the defeats heretofore them The Senators bills have been advanced by a majority vote of the body but when it came to vote he has never been able to get a quorum to vote on the passage He was made to feel good yesterday with his bill to save a dry precinct of a county when that county was voted wet as taken up The bill was the first in the orders of the day at the afternoon session and it looked for a while as if the Senate would pass it A majority was given to advance it over an adverse reportand Senator Farris saw of its reaching the statue books Twentyeight Senators voted to but on the next roll call that on the passage of the bill only four Senators answered the call and they were the advocates of the bill The Garrard county man sought to in dicate the presence of the silent statesmen but president Thorne the result of the roll call and the measure fell back into the orders fur further consideration on some day That day will not arrive during the remaining days of the ses sion of 1904 JOHN D CARROLL A Candidate for Abpellate Judge In This District Hon John D of New Castle of the best known lawyers in the State has announced as a candidate for Appelate Judge in this districtsub ject to the action of the Democrrtic party Mr Carrolls friends especial ly those in the legal profession have for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust and honor and in all them himself with credit When quite young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the three commissioners by the Govenor to revise the statute laws of the State to conform to the changes made by me constitu tion and for three years was chairman of the Central Corn mittee He is the editor of Carrolls Codes of Practice and Carrolls Statutes books that are In general use and that may be found the once of every lawyer In the State A man of high integrity great indus try with extensive and accurate knowledge the law IB the prime of life his large circle of friends be lieve he would make a judge Trimble Democrat paper themany Mt R n merchant buildInglawn furnish supply Allcommunica George- T bunch commIt- tee advance declared future lone of acquitted In an tIi4 3 ti y After witnessed breakfast administered afternoon visions een Carroll appointed Democratic State Kentucky law and splendid 1 Ripe in years strong in the faith in the presence of devoted children and admiring friends the spirit of J M MCROBERTS left its tabernacle of clay at 130 p m on Monday 29th ult at the residence of bis son R E McRoberts in this city Funeral services were conducted here at one oclock p m on Tuesday by Elder F M Tinder and many friends and relatives followed the remains to Buffalo Cemetery Stanford where they were interred after services by Elder Hagan The song service and floral offerings were beautiful and the presence of the good people evinced the high esteem in which he was held lIe had been afflicted for several weeks but he bore his suffering with that Christian fortitude and resignation which should characterize he true follower of the Messiah and when the hour of dissolution came there was no struggle but he literally fell Asleep inJesusDeceased was a native of Lincoln county where he lived an active life for 81 years He was an elder in the Christian church of which he had been a member for 55 years and the writer remembers his admonitions in reference to the Fathers house with many mansions one of which he occupies now He was twice mar vied First to Miss Anna Gentryand after her death to Miss Margaret El kin who died twelve years ago To the last marriage seven children were born all of whom have grown to and womanhood and whose lives are consistent with teachings of a Christian father and mother They are Mrs J R Mount of Covington Mrs James Dunn of Danville Messrs R E McRoberts this city H J of Stanford C C of La Grange G A and J T of Cincinnati To these noble men and women the deceased bequeathed the rich inheri tance of an untarnished name aud the happy consolation that the family will be united in the abodes of bliss of which he sang and spoke so beautifully Our departed brother was possessed of the Christian virtues in a high de gree He had a positive character and always advocated that which was for the public good His work in the cause of religion and his deeds of and charity will serve as so many monuments to perpetuate his name and his image in the memory of those who knew him best Society church and state are all made better by the lives of sach men They serve as leaven to raise elevatepurify and en noble humanity The Masonic Lodge meets next Tuesday night the 8th second Tues day The date coming so soon is to cause confusion hence this OBITUARY I l manhood the I likely surely kindness p a notice Not K certainty we have not to make any change in our busi this spring now receiving our first shipment of NEW SPRING and Goons Would be Iglad to have you call and I THE J I1 This Spring f3- j ff1 13 i DAsD decided 1 D ness i We are SUMMER inspect them i pJ Logan Dry Goods Co ee eeeeee eeQee dI I II I J I I616anSW66p I I All of our heavy ti OOA A N D Overcoats must be sold and we are offering them U- o boss Than 6ost We mean what Iwe say and if you want genuine bar gains call on I T LOGRNIJob lot f 81t81t JOlt own e i if 1fIt 1 at 1 us o rice ry 1 Tr u k r- w Ie 7 r jet In Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co t t II t I U II It It Shoes We have the exclusive for the following celebrated shoes GIBSON GIRL GOLDEN ROD AMERICAN BEAUTY QUAST QUEEN it t II t t t Ii o oomomoooc oaoaomoooaa paPvQwy v The Habit agency 4j These shoes are made in Louis ville right here at home are sold up on their merits and contain none of the Eastern trash so often worked off on the public They are made at right prices and we save you 25c to 75c on the pair Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED Prows It II II II nil II t II II II II II I II I II I i American No 20 Wood Beam 700 Steel Beam 800 Warranted to plow as last as long as any plow on the market Satis faction guaranteed or your money refunded welland J flJtlWYn Clover Timothy and Grass Seed Wagon Harness and f Gear Barcware Co tj Plow NASELDEN ROBINSON 1r CENTRAL HECORU LOUIS LANDRAM Enttred at the Poet Office in Lancaster JCyat SecondClass Nail Matter Lancaster Ky March 4 1904 The hardest of the many hard tasks a newspaper man has is to keep his pa per from being taken in by some scheme Nine out of every ten arti cles contributed are loaded and when the editor digs to the bottom he nearly always finds a wheel within a wheel Just now it is amusing to see how some of the boys have bitten at the scheme to boom Hearst of New York for the presidency A news bu reau at Washington has so kindly sent the papers lengthy Washington Letters telling the paper men they are welcome to them certain pe riod then if satisfactory you may make contract with us These ters are well written and full of good matter but before coming to a close a word for Hearst is so cleverly wedged in that even trained eye of a newpa per man will frequently fall to detect it The scheme is working welt ma ny papers including some of our best exchanges using them every week The next Washington you seet look for the boom part thereof One of the best bills introduced in the present Legislature is that which requires all telegraph operators who handle train orders to be over twenty one years of age and undergo a rigid examination as to their skill and pro ficiency This will not shut out or in terfere with Western Union or Postal operators only those who are trusted with the movements of trains If one will consider the responsibility of operators he will readily see the im portance of such a law The Record referred to this a few weeks ago and compared the operators with pharma cists The operator is entrusted with the lives of hundreds where the mistakes will kill possibly one person The importance of the is great and we trust the solons will quit parleying long enough to con sider it The circus people say they will cutout the parade feature of their visit to towns They give as a reason that it requires a great amount of extra work and the further fact that every little 2x4 town adds a big charge to the license for use of streets We regret this and so does every other man woman and child who is honest enough to own up that they had see a circus parade than any other class of entertainments We hope this decision will be abandoned for we had rather see a circus parade than hear all the dago singers this side of kingdom come It is rumored that Hon C M Lewis of Sbelbyville will be a candidate for the Legislature It the people of his county know a good tuingthey will haveChatley to represent them There is no better balanced man or well posted gentleman in the state of Ken tucky Having been in the newspa per business for many years he is thoroughly up on all matters of interest and his brethren of the quill knowing his ability and being warmly attached to him earnestly hope he will be nominated and The combined efforts of all tbe preachers in this country could not produce a sermon which could strike home more forcibly than the follow ing As Harry G Egbert stood on the scaffold at Salem Oregon condemned to be hanged he said My friends take me as a mark keep your boys off the streets and above all out of the saloons Bad raising and bad comp ny were the direct causes or my The Georgetown Times says a young man in Bowling Green committed su icide last week It was given out that the tradgedy was due to in love but inasmuch as a lot of cigarettes a pint of whisky a deck of playing cards and thirteen cartridges for the pistol with which deceased killed himself were found in his pockets it looks like love ought to bear but a small part of the blame QThese new matrimonial records must be recognized So far a Jackson county woman who is described as having been a belle in the early fifties seems to have distanced all compel tors She has had seven husbands marrying each of them under her name and these seven husbands had each been married on an average of three times a grand of eight marriages The age of Ann dwindles into nificance when compared to the news from the far East To pronounce the connected therewith is an absolute impossibility while to read up enough geography to get next wouldtake more time than we work ing people have to spare Assays the small boy at the dog fight Let em Louisville papers are making much ado over the announcement ice will be higher in that city We fel who for the past eight months have been spending every available penny for coal a whack if ice up a dollar a pound There will be uo trouble enough for the Kentucky exhlb it at the Fair But if every fellow who deserves it should be bang ed there would be left the show fora let measure rather I public elected downfall disappointment mal- den twenty warS fight dontcare goes Letter druggists total names that lows securin Worlds none for i g by so Tvvn f tci uus if ileUuuejvio Cup ttet church arq now in u bitr wool pull ing controversy as to which owns the church While they are fussing and fuming the devil is laying his trap to take in the whole gang Eggs flour and in fact provisions of all kinds are higher than for many years Heres where the country edi itor can give the horse laugh as his bread and bacon not affected the rise Cleveland preacher believes that doubt leads to deeper trust in matters religious Well it may be true in that particular but it is certainly not in matters of international The production BenHur attracted tremendous crowds to the Lexington Opera House last week Any thing pertaining to a boss race will catch Lexington people A Warren county woman commit ted suicide by swallowing a whole pound of Paris green She was green at the business PAINT LICK Jack Adams of your city was in our midst last week E L Woods shipped a car load of hdgs Saturday and Monday also R N Beazley made a flying trip to last week on business Champ Co have a lovely lot of new spring goods on display at their store Mrs Minnie Jennings is in the city purchasing a stylish line of millinery goodsMcWhorter Estridge have the B G direct from the manufacturers It Mr R L Jennings has returned from Cincinnati where be purchased his stock of Spring goods Dr Jones comes to Paint Lick Mon day and Tuesday of each week and does splendid dental work Mr Oscar Hammack is building carriage and blacksmith sbopand will be ready for business soon L Woods sold his home place here for a fancy price and bought the beautiful Hume place near Silver Creek Mr HumeE Rucker after a visit to bis parents has accepted a position at Lexington as telegraph operator Misses Maggie Rennick and Sadie Sandusky have returned to their homes after a pleasant visit to Mrs R Guynn W S Fish has moved his nice stock of drugs to his handsome new store and is doing a business of forty miles per minute McWhorter Estridge Paint Lick have a car load of Northern White Seed Oats which they will sell at 53 cents a bushel 34tf If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For sale by Frisbies Drug Store im PKEACILEIISYILLE Farmers are pressing their work nowW B Bennett bought 2 work mules from Mr Dillau for 8280 Henry Miller who has been sick for some time is better now Frank Thompson and wife were J H Thompson Sunday bits Mike Kennedy who has been sick for several days is better The new organ for the Baptist church will be here this week Mr Leslie Harber has bought a fine horse buggy and harness for 250 Eugine Sutton and C B King have gone to Indiana to work on the train J W Cummins who has been in the revenue service since last fall is at homeJ Cress bought some hogs sheep and cattle in Rockcastle county last weekDr C Burchfield of PJneville was with Rev J MHutchins last week on businessMiss Pettus is visiting her sister Mrs B 0 Holtzclaw atCrab Orchard Miss Lucy Miller is talking of going to Jobnsville Ky to stay through the summerMiss Fannie Thompson who has been visiting in Mt Vernon has re turned home Rev and Mrs B F Jordan went to Hebron Saturday where Bro Jordan preached Sunday J H Thompson sold 18 bogs for 4c also 20 to J J for same price Mrs John Cress and Master Joe have been visiting her father at Brod head for a few days has painted a beautiful sign advertise Marsees hog and chicken remedy Tragedy Just in the nick of time little boy was saved writes Mrs W Wat kins of Pleasant City Pneu monia had played havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but be grew worse At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion and darling saved sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store 50c 100 Bottles free r- h l t ate politics evidently famous anew Mr E Chamberlains r visiting D to J P SOD JV Cook o snow la 2J it Lz corn Cincinnati Ss corsets Ballard Thom t cholera Averted our Ohio sad everyday our was He Price Trial I Joa TiUfuia bought of B Joseph 15 shoats at 40 A D Hughes sold a pair of work mules at Lancaster court for 150 Miss Annie T Cecil of Danville has been spending several days with rein tives here Mrs M G Aldridge and children of Lancaster guests Sunday of Mrs Fannie Pollard At this writing the weather re minds usof spring We suppose all with delight the time when the first flowers breathe forth their fragrance and all nature is bright and gay A certain young lady in this com munity is receiving the Corbin Enter prise the youngest paper in the state Having been granted the privilege of reading it we can say it is a bright interesting sheet and we know it is highly appreciated by the young lady A few days ago while Messrs Fred Hughes and Will Burnside were hunt ing near Dix river they saw some wild ducks Knowing what a nice dish they would make they each took aim and killed one When preparing them to cook they found one had swallowed a fish 13inches long the other 8 inches long This sounds un reasonable but is vouched for by a re liable person who measured the fish more Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual disor der of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy i s immediately employed Theres nothing so cilicient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Itsa wonderful ton ic and effective nervlne and the great est all around medicine for run down systems It d i s p e 1 s Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and Malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store 1m Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 3 4tf MANSE The church is rapidly being re raisedMrs Thorn T Ramsey who has been quite ill has about recovered Miss Mattie McCormack has return ed from a visit to Richmond friends Miss Loula McClure of Crab Orch ard is the guest of Mrs S D Cochran Mr and Mrs Toles Walker are rejoic ing over the arrival of a boy It has been christened Moffett Walker Miss Vola Preston of Louisville who has been the popular guest of Mrs Terrell Ramsey has returned home The good people of Mt Tabor have been good enough to invite our pastor to use their church until ours is Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured William Shafier a brakeman of Dennison Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflamma tory rheumatism I used many rem edies he says Finally I sent to McCaws drug store for a of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot and in one weeks time was able to go to work as happy as a clam For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson Mr Fred Creech and family moved to Clay county from here last week Mr J D Baker of this place has been very sick with a severe cold but is better now Mrs W A Wheeler has been very sick but is now improving we are glad to say Mr Hill agent for the Knoxville Nursery Co was through this neigh borhood last week and sold a good ma ny trees Mr McClanahan of this place sold crop which was very in ferior at Louisville last week it him about 8c at home Brother A J Pike filled his pulpit at Freedom on last Snnday and preach dd to a large and attentive audience We hope great good will be done thro brother Pikes ministry Jiere Ta the Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court Dlstrlct pf Kentucky I am a caudidatejer Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Demo cratic party As Circuit Judge it my to 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 to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the newCone stitution aswell 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 court touching tbe rights of corporations and the exercises of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such circum stances Is left to you to determine Iwill to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high aspireVery212tf JAMES E CANTUELI W 8 BEAZLEY Office over Thomp bas Danville st uiiUSlHiltl I were I piercingdays III 1 n oftobacco realized tit 0 became beverygrateful I S Fro Faris Dontlsfe Itore J J expels NI completed Nt bottle NINA a C Beazley w We will on SATURDAY MARCH 5th open our New Department Store at Paint Lick Our stock is New from start to finish and bought from importers and manufacturers as low as cash would buy them We invite you to our opening asking that you examing our goods and prices We hope by fair dealing and right prices on the right goods to merit a of your patronage Very Respectfully McWhorter Estridge We take great pleasure in announcing to the ladies that Miss Rebecca Williams who is well and favorably known to you all will be our forelady in our Dressmaking Department McW E I r ANNOUNMNT direct liberalshare rL nF 5 S Cut 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 Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf I designs 8 8 8 8 8iRemoval Sale COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS un u h KILL THE KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price Free Trial 50c 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 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 Several new designs for Childrens j illil ponce Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan J st Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery Karrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER S Frill ir L mrnf p p r FOR Clover and Timothy S d I Oliver and Plows I LT 1 HEADQUARTRS I Vulcan Syracuse auffilull Side Plows Repairs for above Plows B 1UKERON WOMEN 4 Standard Sewing Machines Rotary Shuttle Drop Head Worth 4500 to sell at 3500 Guarranteed Best Light M Running fe i I New Century Sewing Machine s Vibratory Shuttle Drop Head Worth 3000 to sell at 2200 10 years Guarrantee f i 2 New Century Sewing Machines years Guarantee Worth 2500 to sell at 1900 Will sell at these prices in order to reduce this stock F Postle There Is Somthing Inter esting in this Ad for you Mrs J E Lear of the Parlor Millinery Store has returned from the cities with the Newest and most Correct styles in Mil linery of the season I want business want to sell you what you need Make Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store First door below Citizens Bank Danville ijC 0 c rf tfliJiff t 010J l rstJJlijfjil10 i I s flj Lf 1 I Uaright 10 I Igrl fJ1e10TJJjtJJfgf Yj0 7tlfflJi fflJlJjlIJJll711JJfffiliJ aml P JR11 fly W Dmd dQfld L7 l- t 4 1L lrlr a w t r bv Q 1l dbnC3 da fad fir cJ a r t l s- tD d L1Lf A Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wz Are Mrs James Denny is visiting rela tires in Iowa Miss Jane Petty has been quite sick of pneumonia Mrs Osee Sisk is visiting relatives in Simpsonville Lewis West of Louisville has been here a few days Miss Fannie Doty is visiting Miss Katie Lee Denny R Zimmer hasbeen in Cincinnati a few days this week Billie West has been in Lexington for a few weeks visit Louis Landram was in Frankfort t ls week on business H Announcement We take great pleas fM ure in announcing to to the public that our 1TiK large stock of ft Hanasome illillineiy is now open and we extend a most cordial invitation to to call and inspect the and hand some designs we have All goods fresh and new We guarantee perfect satisfac tion Miss ADA DICKEUSON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st K B J a fb P pii j 0 M P H J ia fej If IPS I 1 b g8pJl n Spring d i I manynew i I TAl MARVEL Ml LrIff Yd1d D I 1 I In- N t s I f J t u I G l a c I D 1 c D D 0- r Shirley Hudson who has been quite ill is reported much better Miss Bettie Anderson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs T W Browning of Lexington Miss Willie Bell Burnside has re turned from a visit uncle Mr James Burnside of Point Leavel Mr and Mrs R LJennings and Miss Mattie Thompson have returned from a visit to Cincinnati and Louisville Mr and Mrs Ivo Hayden of Porto Rico who have been guests of Miss Alberta Anderson have returned to LexingtonMr W II Wherritt have re turned from a very pleasant visit to their Mr William Wherritt of New Orleans V Basin a rising electrician of Lancaster was here this week looking after the telephone lines Misses Rella and Allie Arnold enter tamed a small coterie o f friends Thursday evening Flinch and Panic afforded great amusement Fruit was served Mr E C McWhorter of the new firm of McWhorter Estridge Paint Lick has been in town for several days Mr McWhorter is not only a capital busi ness man but an allround clever gen tleman We consider it a personal favor when anyone calls up The Record office and gives us an item We want all the comings and goings of the people and are very much obliged when told there of Ring up 43 and tell us Mr Jas Dunn of Danville Mrs Josh ua Dunn of Rockcastle co Mrs Jos eph Mount of Covington and Mr C C McRoberts of La Grange are here came to the bedside of their father Mr J hn McRoberts Miss Elizabeth Anderson gave on Friday evening a party few of her intimate friends that was greatly en joyed Miss Anderson received in a very pretty white etamine trimmed in lace Delightful refreshments were served The quiet wedding of the past week rtt Bourne which took place at the home of Rev F M Tinder last Wednesday The a very attractive woman and the groom a popular farmer both of wellknown families to her son Mt Vernon SignalII was that Miss Blanks and Mr Tom brideis young too A BUGGIES ftT 60STI In order to make room for our large Spring Stock of Ve hides We have few Surries fine Driving Wagons we will sell at cost We have a large supply of Wagon Harness lames Collars Pads Breast Chains Trace Chains Back Bands Hame Strings Wagon Lines Etc Etc OOCOOC OOOOOO I Ia I c I Buggies Largest stock of Buggy Harness in Lancaster rt shown We also have a full of the celebrated Old Hickory Wagons carload 3 61DlOr 1 i F f IRornan Mr John K WeKt yliQ Leer fjullp 8ck is yen much improved Miss Emma VanSIckle of Danville is visiting Miss Lucy Gregory Mrs J M Logan Is in the city buying Spring and Summer millinery Miss Eliza Smith has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Alice Tracy of Danville is the charming guest of Miss Anna Dooley Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond is the guest of Miss Katie Lee Denny Mrs Bettie Miller of Lexington is visiting her mother Mis Susan An er son Mrs Oklahoma Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Ar MId W 0 Dunlap of Stonega Va Is ex pected this week to join his wife for a visit here Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her parents Mr Joe Burnside and wife Messrs George Palmer and James West have gone to St Louis with the prospect of locating Mrs Osee Sisk and Miss Hulda Boyle have returned from a delightful visit to friends in Lebanon Miss Virginia Thompson of Frank fort is the guest of Miss Mary Burn side Danville avenue Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond has been visitidg Miss Louise Kauff man Danville avenue Miss Rella Arnold is in Nicbolasville visiting her sister Miss Mary who is attending school there Mrs Bettie Landram has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs John Baughman of Lexington J Joseph is in the eastern cities this week purchasing goods for the Joseph Mercantile Co He will be away about two weeks Mrs Jno H Meier of Danville is vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs Fred Stone She was accompanied by Miss Freda Meir A letter from Rev Geo W Dunlap states that his sou John is much and is now out of danger The young man is ill atPeoria Ills We had a pleasant call from Mr Ike D Currant Tuesday who was on his way from Cleveland Ohio back to his home in Pliney Mo He is an old Gar rard county man who has many friends here Missouri evidently agrees with him as he is looking like a twoyear oldMiss Alberta Anderson gave an ex tremely pretty card party on Thurs day evening in honor of Mr Ivo Hay den and wife of Porto Rico The house was decorated in a profusion of roses and garlanded with smilax The game was euchre Beautiful prizes were awarded An elaborate supper was served after the game It was an unusually enjoyable affair Ills many Lancaster friends extend deep sympathy to Mat S Cohen of Richmond on the death of his wife Mrs Cohen who had been ill for some time had been taken to Dr McMurt rys sanitarium in Louisville where she underwent a surgical operation Mr Cohen is one of the most promi nent men in Kentucky and has a le gion of friends who sympathize with him in his great bereavement Danville News Mr John S Baugh man is receiving tte congratulation of his many friends upon the arrival of a fine son at his home He con templates christening the youngster Governor Beckham Baughman Mr Branham Beazley of Lancaster passed thro this city today en route to St Louis where he expects to make his future home The wedding of Miss Ethel Boyle and Mr Charles Scott took place last Wednesday evening at the home of Rev F M Tinder The bride wore a green tailored suit with gloves and hat to match She is a young woman with innumerable fine traits of char acter which is noted for its loveliness Mr Scott is an industrious young man who has many friends They will re side with Mrs Lunsford on Danville avenue Business and Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 2 5 tf Smith Currey Agts Full line of garden seeds at Wards Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats timothy for sale Banks Hudson Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf I Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 3 4tf Fish food just received New lot of gold fish will arrive next week tf J C Thompson Buy your nails thread plowlines etc at Wards grocery He will take eggs and butter in exchange 2t We have a line M the freshest and best cakes ever brought to Lancaster tf Davidson Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson As the water works go you will need plumbing work give you the service of a practical plumber of several years which is to your interest J BConn New flower seeds for 1904 Sweet peas andNasturtiums in bulk packages and full stock of all varieties of seeds 4t Thompson v I Connof better cloverand seed y 34 tf Work lean t per J o i t gas Cur PiambiBg area 7- T 3 To ail poluts In Montana Wasin 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 407 Trac tlon BIdg Cincinnati Ohio lApr agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville flor hits For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 1 8tf All holding claims o r accounts against the estate of Theo Currey Sr will please present same to Theo Cur rey Jr properly proven and sworn to Mrs Theo Currey Admx 1 will sell my property on Lexing ton street a twostory 8 room dwell ing and all necessary outbuildings The place contains 17 acres well and well improved For further particulars call on Theo Currey Jr Msr Theo Currey Ward keeps the famous Gilcher bread baked and delivered to nim the same day Try it You cant beat it 2t Metal cap from oil tank wagon in Lancaster Return to this office Cap was lost about ten days since It Fort good cottage house on Water Street Five rooms and all necessary out buildings M DHughes 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 BUCKEYE Born to the wife of Z R Price a 11 lb boy Mrs Melia Ray entertained several of her friends at dinner Wednesday Misses Cora and Nora Long of Wadi son visited their sister Mrs Dr Per kins Friday The farmers are busy getting their farming implements in shape ready for spring work Miss Pauline Foster was called to the bedside of her brother Lucas who is very sick of pneumonia Robert Witt entertained a number of his young friends in honor of Miss es Berrie McQuerry Docie Davis and Louis Bromfield of Jessamine Miss Emma Jones who has been a charming visitor here for several weeks returned to her home Saturday accompanied by Mr and Mrs Boone SaundersWillie Jones ran a man out of his corn crib a few nights ago There has been complaints from others about missing corn and coal The rogues had better look sharp it is true we have no police protection but we have some plucky men and a few women who are not afraid to use fire arms LOWELL Mr Charlie Lee is very low and not expected to live Mr and Mrs Richards and daughter are visiting Win Ralston Rev A J Pike of Brodhead was the guest of J B Parks Saturday Peter Howe sold to A B Estridge 40 bushels of potatoes at 1 per bushel- J M Meadows was appointed post master as he gave satisfaction before Capt Brown and wife visited their daughter Mrs McKinney at Foxtown SundayEd from Austerlitz is here he is going to locate here if he can find a place The writers dog killed a large ground hog Sunday so I guess the bad weather is gone Bertrand Spratt and daughter Het ty went to Daviess county to visit relatives last week Mrs Lucy Henderson was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Camp bell of Madison who is very sick The writing school of Perry closed here last week with grand lecture we believe be could make a hit in the lecture field Please give us all a rest about Kentucky- I really think it best for Kentucky When Judge Mulligan wrote that piece Kentucky He should have made others sign a ofKentucky First there came Charlie Moore And there came three or four Yes there is written by the score about Kentucky They love to talk about the bad men in Kentucky And they wield scathing pen about But should they want to be real cute They ought to take a scoot There be none their way dis pute inKentucky There may be places worse than hades in Kentucky Men with hearts like the aceof spades in Kentucky But when the question is sifted down There Is no that can be found That can beat her all around thats Kentucky So lets all take rest about Kentucky In fact I the best for Kentucky Tier sores were never stinted And theres hintef And that is The Record the btpi per in Kentucky I Ed C Gaines Is Notice Fop Sale watered RENTA u Jackson I p Chzap Pttai Last a one thing lye not y a Hard la Is a vlsitorat Neuton Grows this week Mr Ed Simpson wife are visit ing Wm Simpson John Saunders sold two calves to Geo Saddler for 817 Miss Della Ray is visiting her siste Mrs Porter Wearen Misses Lillie Mae Sutton and Irene Sadler have been sick Alex Walker and wife visited G Warners last Sunday Frank Brown of Lancaster visited Stanley Gulley Saturday and Sunday Preston and Grover Smith of Kirks visiting their aunt Mrs Davis SuttonT Brodshaw and sons bought of Mrs Lizzie Walker 20 bbl of corn at 2 50 per bbl Mr and Mrs Elisha Forbes were call ed the bedside of their brotherinlaw Mr Samuel Mofford who Is dangerous ly ill BEUNA VISTA W Scott is quite sick at her home near here Mr Wm Dean of Jessamine was in our city last week Mrs Sallie Preston is in Lexington where she has a position Mrs Sallie Askins sold 1 black mare to Brumfield of Jessamine for 65 Rev J A Sawyer will lecture at Browns Chapel Wednesday evening Henry Williams sold 100 bushels of hemp seed to Yorhis of Burgin at 235 Miss Bessie Bolton visited relatives in Lexington and went to see Ben HurMiss Mittie Dunn of Bryantsville will begin a subscription school here the first of April Miss Lucretia Skinner and Mr Hen ley Bastin spent Sunday with Miss Skinners parents Mr A T Scotts sale will take place Wednesday He will leave Saturday with his family for HendersonvllleNC Will Lane who until last year wasa resident of this place was married last week to a Miss nurse His friends extend congratulation- C M Scott who succeeds A T Scott as merchant postmaster began business last week and desires the pat ronage of his friends James Spoonamore Mr Scotts ac commodating clerk who has been a smallpox victim has been released and is again mingling with friends He will leave the last of the week for North Carolina A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Rem edy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Soutache braid is used extensively for embroidery effects on Paris cos tumes It Saved HU Leg in Dansforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly th cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds and Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only of 25 cts Sold by McRoberts Drug Store lm A new blouse sweater has an V and collar which admits of ei ther open or high neck Cold Cause Fueumonla aS One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep seated on the lungs an causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of g One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weak ened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a po of remedies to no until I tj used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy Cured me entirely of the cough strenthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by F P Frisbie lm Protects the System against Catarrh Hyomei Colds and Care Grip and Catarrh Money Back If It Falls worth a pound of cure A few II breaths of Hyomei through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit will check a cold or the grip at the start and prevent serious and lasting illness In all catarrhal troubles and dis eases of the air passages Hyomei t has a positive action not possessed by other medicine or treatment It is pleasant and convenient to use simply put 20 drops pf Hyc mei in the inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times a day In Q this way every particle ofair that enters the lungs is charged with a 9 healing balsam that kills all catarrh germs soothes and allays the irri X tated mucous membrance vitalizes 0 the blood with ozone and makes a fpermanent and complete cure A outfiit costs only i 5 and contains an inhaler medicine 9 dropper and bottie of Thee lasts a lifetime and when Y more Hyomei is needed extra bot I ties be 500 i- RE McRoberts gives his person j at guarantee with every 4 outfit to refund the j ey ifit not im il J I J If MceUE tliy at P vllle are Mrs P A II An ounce o f prevention is I iilh s James and J and N1 4 frightful adjustable number avail Prevents any can obtained for II mon does cure a We Moulding in stock and frame Pictures Neatly and promptly 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 AI I t Try us M6Roborts Drug Stora I OUR CWT JOE Sale carry Pr FllSlin Good Spirits Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the tine spirits ever made the Blue Grass State could not rem dy a bad liver or the ne ill effects it produces You cant lave good spirits and a bad liver at same time Your liver must be in condition if you would feelbuoyant lappy and hopeful bright of eye light step in your mrsuits You can put your liver in condition by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all medicines or the liver and stomach and a cer ain cure for dyspepsia or has been a favorite household reme for over thirtyfive years August flower will make your liver healthy active and thus insure you a liber supply of good spirits Trial size Sc regular bottles 75c At all drug 1 Aug All parties going to Indian or Okla loma Territories Arkansas Texas California or other Western can get information saving money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf vlgorousandsuccessful IndigestIOn- It II Ists llundred and CQ DRUGSTORE That SmoothFinish So much desired by men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 w Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky all B Stands for Dread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender Reliance UaYi sons T H E S T U D I O LANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every 2 style of Portrait atrreasonable prices Open every 2 Friday from 9 A c to 3 P M Call early A C O CHIIK 2 IIf1 pox s S i nfi Land Stock Crops See The Record about your and stock cards We have the best assortment of cuts type etc and our job department can turn out your work on a few hours notice when de sired tf As between ice and mud we have had a nice winter thus far but it would have suited us better if the ice had not been quite so thick We have had too much zero weather for com fortMilk cows scarce and in demand but prices not high for the season Forty years ago the farmers owned 55 per cent of the wealth of this Such has been the advance of manufacturing and railroad building that they now own but 21 per cent though there has been no decline in agricultural values Very little ground broken and a limited number of plant beds burnedFarmers have very little green grass of any kind for the young lambs and are at a loss to know how they will be able to properly take care of them The red foxes and pigs are vying other and trying to help the farmer take care of his crop of young lambs if his patience and hold out he may yet corner the largest number Hog cholera in some parts of country in the last three weeks has dampened the ardor of some or out feedersA grower who has had wide observation and experience in the business says If there is any that could be run profitably in connection with our swine raising it is dairying There Is no food that will take the place of milk for young pig for a time after they are separated from their dams It should be fed to them with a meal ration of two parts shorts two parts fine oatmeal and one part bran We feed as high as thirty pounds of skim milk and pay as high as 25c to 26c per cwt for the milk With skim milk we can carry young pigs along cheaper than in an other way It should not however be fed without the meal ration as is liable to cause scours and colic A dozen years ago the farmers of the corn belt that were engaged ir the raising of hogs would consider no other feed for swine except corn They began to feed the pigs corn about as soon as they were weaned and to feed them corn till were butchered Corn was very cheap then except in occasional years when there was a partial corn crop failure In those days corn was not only cheap but freight rates were high and it great deal to get corn to market There was a saving to the producer in marketing his corn crop in the shape of pork Since that time there has been a great change in the position of corn relative to oats and other grams There are commercial uses to is now put that formerly were not dreamed of It now seems likely that the general average of corn prices will rise from year to year to the increasing demand and the restrictive area of country in which corn can be grown The future is likely to see the oat and barleycrops more largely used In the finishing of swine than is dreamed of at the time At any rate we are about at the end of feeding pigs on a whole corn diet We cannot now figure out a profit with such a course of feeding long time yel hogs that do not follow cattle will be finished on corn Happy Children Any child can Little Early Bis with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot perform their mission every one Uses DeWitts Little Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biUIousness bold by FP Frisbie 1m t i horse country very perseverance th continued they cost- a whichcorn responsive present For a Healthy t i 0 teach business S I take era fail f who r S- a E Tears and Fears Go with many women who are approaching the first experience of husband finds it hard to understand the changing moods of his wife Indeed she cannot under stand herself She only knows that she is nervous restless and anxious A great change has come over her which she cannot understand or explain Women do not always reflect that at this crisis they are living for two in stead of one that they need health for two and strength for two The need for increased health and strength by the prospective mother is perfectly met and satisfied by Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription It tranquilizes the nerves promotes the appetite and gives refresh ing sleep It makes the babys ad vent practically painless and gives the mother strength to give her child Ihave before written you of your most medicine says Mrs P S Peterson of Welcome Wis I have since tested its wonderful powers in the case of the Prescription and two of Golden Medical first two months and three of Favorite Prescription the last two months It saved me so that I consider it a heavenly blessing Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which wonders for weak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver perhaps ft the benefit both have received from coming of fifth two bottles of maternity excellent suffering but we may expect to see that period grow constantly shorter Men will also realize that a change to clover and grain other than corn will give them benefits in the way of increased stamina in their swing as well as more fecundity The corn feed problem is one that cannot be nored longer but is in course of by every swine raiser that is to make Review One dollar wheat is here and a lit tIe the rise The Kentucky Legislature by a vote of 48 to 35 passed the bill repealing the license tax on manufactured J W Riley of Newstead reports sale of 16 hand 5 year old mare mule for 200 G N Lyddan of Lixingston sold one pair of 2 year old snare mules for 350 Farmers in Metcalfe county are burning tobacco beds and Burley seed is principally being sown as it is now bringing good money Exports of cattle hogs and sheep have been large during January being 4055000 being the only 4000000 mark reached in any month during the last four years The exports for the fiscal year thus far have been 23000000 agasnst 14000000 for 1903 and 19000000 for 1902 The present Legislature will fail in its duty if it adjourns without passing a dog law says the Farmers Home Journal Thousands of dollars worth of sheep are destroyed every year in Kentucky by worthless dogs most of which are owned by negroes or white men who own little else besides dogs and children Of course there are many valuable dogs owned by good citizens but such citizens should and we think most of them would be willing to pay a reasonable tax on them if the country could be rid of the worthless curs that are mainly responsible for the destruction of sheep We have never heard of a valid or reasonable argument against a dog law and we can think of no rea son why Kentucky has no such law the holy terror with which the average politician seems to regard this herd of cur owners Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous a dis for anyone to attempt to doctor Himself although he may have the remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should be borne in mind however that pneumonia results from a cold or from an of the grip and that by giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy the threatened attack of pneumonia warded off This remedy is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of it I have been selling Chamberlains Cough Bemedy and prescribing it in my prac lice for the past six years I use it in cases of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Sold by Fris bies Drug Store 1m Len McElroy of Union county sold nine Jennets and 2 young jacks for 1000 B It Today The timeworn Injunction Never put off tiltomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have for several days perLaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO DAT and let that remedy be Dr Bas chees German Syrup which has been in use over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly your cough and its con tinued use for a few days will you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if con has attackod lungs Uerman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung tfou ble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 Aug finish- Ing i solution try- Ing moneyFamers tobacco worthless be except ass always attack maybe recently Thatls the relieve orCold cure same been sir far dreads mptlon your f g g to Clusa an l Pasto Dont let the umn UM 1 rim preach his life out of him week after week without expressing appreciation of his efforts Taffy is better than epitaffy Dont get in and ride while the pas tor is tugging up hill Get out and push Dont suck the the or ange at prayer meetinglet others have a biteDont give up the ship because it is dark and rocky Watch the chart the morning cometh Dont take two secular dailies to one religious weeklyand they wonderwhy your boys go to the dogs Dont constantly hound the young people because they have their faults Put yourself in their place and cheer them on Dont hold office all your life When you think your usefulness is done step down and out with Christian grace Dont look daggers at your pastor and not let him know your grievance Tell him what is out of gear like a little man all alone by yourself Dont stay away Irom a single ser vice unless illness or death prevents Dont forget closet and family pray er If you are lame in this respect you will hobble all the way to heaven and your influent fur good in church and community will not be worth a swans dying note Prayer is the work ers vital breath Dont draw a stingy breath but a penurious narrowcon tracted Christian May a kind Povi dence save you from such a name Christians must be philanthropists and bear in mind brother there are no pockets in funeral shrouds Dont be a sewer pipe Gas from these lower channels of filth has been known to kill Dont think to be a moral blind by yourself everybody knows it Dont make your church home a trust organization that is dont give out by your dress and airs that you h a ve a monopoly o n redemptive grounds that because you con an elder or steward you hold a higher seat a sort of holler than thou big head Be an humble Chris tian and let the people in the church and out feel that you are an upright downright all right follower of the lowly Nazerene I am in the market for hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan R M West 3 4tf Taken Up As Estray A red heifer calf about five or six months old Has been in Lowell since about first of January Owner can have same by proving property and paying all charges J A Scott Lowell 34 3t Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 1030tf Potts Bros Kentucky Ills Kentuckys hills are full of rills And all the rills are lined with stills And all the stills are full of gills And all the gills are full of thrills And all the thrills are full of kills You see the dot the hills And camp along the little rills Convenient to the busy stills And thirsting for the brimming gills And when the juice his system fills Each feudist whoops around and kills Now if theyd only stop the stills Theyd cure Kentuckys ills Men would be spared to climb the hills And operate the busy stils However this would make more gills And that of course would mean more thrills Resulting in the same old kills So all the hills and rills and stills And all the gills and thrills and kills Are splendid for coffin mills And make bills Exchange The Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are many counterfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C De Witt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Linen hats adorned with veritable of paradise I o Kim Want Strength If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and by the nerves blood and tissues being expelled from the Intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human sys tom It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the system to appro its health and strength giving qualities Sold by F P Frisbie 1m There are many mixed straws the early bats Working Overtime Eight hour laws are Ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are at night and days curing Indigestion Billiouness Constipation Head ache and all Stomach Liver and Bow el troubles Easy pleasant safe sure McBoberts Drug Store I c As jnlce out of tiger are a dew warehouse feudists moreundertakers appropriated priors allot among work jOn y25c at oi its Anything before Sick till of For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress In the Eight District succeed G Gilbert subject to the action of the party Your support Is earnestly solici ted tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L SON as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the party For Supt Public Mrs Magpie B Gullcy Is a candleate for Snpt Public Schools in Gurrurd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E as a candidate for nomination for Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratlc party ANN ENTS Hon- G Democratic D Democratic Schools Robinson County r e t I evut lOWEST RATES EVER MADE TO THE SOUTHWESTVIA 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 St Louis and Chicago February 16th and April 5th and 19th Call on your nearest agent or write II I MCGUIRE District Passenger Agent Cincinanti Ohio I i I I J m SPECIAL 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 SALLIE D TILLET Its necessary to have some good key in the house to ward off sudden at tacks of colds and pneumonia But you should take great care to get WHISKY Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of 10yearold absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for 3 so and pay all Express charges to your nearest office Or we will send you One Gallon of our abso lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for 250 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 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 each customer a judge In the case If after you have tried It you dont find nil 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 fail to please you Make your remittance payable and address HAGAN DISTILLING CO Or P O Box 422 Lexington Ky W A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with each order NOTICE v V Ir c IN THE WINTER TIME his OOOD sixyearold it 3 1 e PURr express 1 f Tis the COMFORT LINE FREERECLINING CHAIR CARSON THE POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE BETWEENLOUISVILLE THE WEST AND SOUTHWESTAs of free reclining chair car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you In traveling to get the Route habit it will us ASK US ABOUT IT L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Genl Pass Agent Trav Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY EVANSVILLEST R Aetna QueenPalatine National German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile AelnaLlfelflsCfljflartforlCoDi KINNAIRDINSURANCE GomDanie HartfordConneticut 1 e resell ill 0 O Ill Do You Enow That Oklahoma has raised more wheat peracre 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 r That Oklahoma has an ideal climate See for Yourself II IIII t 11 t i 1 I One Fare For the Round First and Third Tuesdaysplus 200 monthof each GEo GpA JA Cincinnati II 161111111111 11 MIHI 1IIIJI IUJI J H LEE Llttle Rock Ark HOWARD JOLLY T r 0- r F- S 1 1r G f iCCertado Gce aat EXPERT AGGOlHJTiHG DEPARTHEHTI l WITHOUT A RIVAL OR A PEER IN THE CURE OF DISEASE Life Plant stands peerless and alone as the sovereign t remedy person nent cure of Rheumatism Catarrh and all diseases of the blood Sites Mary Mummy Uhrlchsville 0 saysI rheumatism very painful limbs and feet so badly swollen that I could not wear shoes Tried various remedies but could set no relief until I was In duced to try Life Plant When I had feel decidedly bt tier every way Cannot say too much for ille diseases of the blood on the market If you feel badly why not take a bottle just to tone up the system Manufactured by THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO for the speed v and painwere guarantee 1 E lu Young Peop For Btcl1cz Good Employment and Succezsa CALL OR FOR FULl INFORMATION atsc WRITC SIXTH AND MAINSTREETS Unoa Hsilsna Bank Building LOUISVILLE KY l DRPIERCE5 POSTThe give warn ing to all persons trot to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any j purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders ID the fullest extent of the F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Dave Thompson Ferguson Cox J M Lucien Perkins L LawsonW David Stephens W 51 Mahan T L Broaddus J Sutton B L Kelly II West Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Alex West V A Lear Bobt Gulley W R Cook F J White S Daniels IIcrnphil Walden Leslie harbor Jenny Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell I GOLDIEMEDIC L DCOVE YFCR THE I BIOO UllE r I Leaven W BeazleyMilt W T Mrs P D Gm law- S S Mrs J If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Bemedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing KODOL digests what you eat 100 t KODOL KODOI KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 0 A R DENNY President JOUS E STORllES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E W II Kinnaird 0I493 o 2V o o o 0 J F 0 0 0Storm OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG0000000000000000000000 e o 0 0- fs 0 a 1 O000000000000000000000rOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOGd LEWIS Y LEAYELL President r Business College THOSE TURNER CMAS G HARRIS MAt AGERSr cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gas tric and tone to theglands gives digestive organs KODOL relieves an overworkedstomach 1 of all nervous strain torives the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that Is makinr so many sick people well and weak people by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is con tained in the food they eat Bottles only 100 SIze holding 25J times the trW size which sells for SOc rroml tr E C DiWITT CO Sold by F P Frisbie Queen Crescent Time Card AT DANVILLE Number 1 Dally limited Hl5nm pmNumberNumber 9 Daily except Sunday 7 as pm Number Daily limited Number Not Stop pmNumber strong air CHICAGO TrI 9 SOUTH BOUND NORTH 415 pm t BOUND J S ROKINSON Vice Pro Q ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I Potts Flour Feed Store and Exchange 0 John H Potts Propr 9 Manufacturer of and dealer in High Grade Flour and Meal Gra X ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed 6X Corn Seed Grains Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonla Potash A Fertilizers SorghumSeed Pop Corn Crushed Oyster Shells ton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 I Of KY 4J i O h2 0 Cot 0 i EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY LANCASTlR t 1 0000000000000000 0000000000 000pAf 0 k yzw