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OENTBAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 1904 t I lT11E 1 r i- C OUBTBENTH YBAt UIU au PLUMBING Better have us do your plumbing now as there will be a rush later in the season ROOFING We defy anyone to make more liber al terms or ter roofing work than we do GUTTERING Our facilities for putting up gutter ing enable us to do the very best of work We are the peo pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are right J IR BEAZLEY GO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over drug store Prompt attention to business Largest Handsomest and Best stock ever brought to Paint Lick RI JENNIN6S PAINT LICK do et wArW J A R I Stormes OUR Drin Goo s t t t I I b f I REPANG k HASIILDEN- F 9E r44404 4s Nor ArriviB tz y it Of Local Interest Dr E H will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning at the usual hour No services at night I This office has just turned out some horse cards for parties in Alabama and Mississippi The people know where to get the best work at most reaspba pie prices The country is filled with hoboes and crooks Keep a weather eye out and load up the old musket with slugs nails or any old thing that will the hide Father Bealer of Nicholasville con ducted Catholic services in this city Sunday Father Bugler has a number of good friends in Lancaster isa man of tine ability and a good citizen Mt Vernon Signal Mr Bastin the Lancaster telephone magnate was here Wednesday consulting our local manager Jame Maret regarding telephone improvements for this coun ty The Christian church will not ready for occupancy by Sunday so services will be held at the courthouse at 1045 a in the usual hour Bro Tinder tells The Record there will no night service Big court begins Monday week and one of the leading law yers tells The Record it be the poorest in history This is hard for the lawyers but speaks volumes of good for the county Mrs S B Henry of this city has two cows from which she sold 10 worth of milk and butter during the month of February This was after supply ing the home table at which from six to nine persons ate three times a day In closing the water faucets be care ful to do it slowly as to shut them suddenly is likely to burst the pipe The water coming with such forcE must not be checked with a sudden jerk the result being plain to see Close the valve slowly At the Christian church Sunday morning a subscription of 150 was made for foreign missions This is the largest sum ever raised by a local church and shows a goodspirit on the part of the congregation Mr Tinder the pastor has been touching upon the subject in many of his recent ser Carraras Crops The display of hemp etc just sent from Garrard to the Worlds Fair calls to mind the fact that in 1902 this county produced over five million lbs of hemp and three million pounds of tobacco Both articles ranked at the top in quality too Now An Evangelist Rev Henry N Faulconer was here a day or so last week and tells us he is now an evangelist and is meeting with remarkable success Mr Faul coner is a minister of rare ability and his services are eagerly sought after by people who have been so fortunate as to hear him preach Bro Koopes Church Completed Lancaster friends have received a neat booklet annouecing completion of Rev A R Moores church at Ala As stated in The Record at the time Bro Moore took up the work of building the church and as busy as a bee there with since leaving Lancaster Kay See Cannon Ball Wrecked The day train was wrecked between Point Leavell and Lowell Thursday afternoon by a box car jumping the track A car of wheat was scattered two cars demolished The No 11 passenger train was several hours Uncle Henry Lam mers the engineer and Capt Phil Price are alway very considerate of their passengers however and always bring them out without a scratch 119 Years Old Aunt Nancy Dunn a colored died in this city Monday morn ing and those in position to know say she was 119 years old This sounds like and may be a fairy tlae but the statement comes from people who ought to know whereof they speak There is another negro in town cle Dennis Brown who claims to be 120 and it is pretty well known that he is past the one hundred mark Water Works Test A few nights since Manager Jas A Beazley decided to test the electric fire alarm at the power house and also note the time required to bring the pressure up to the fighting pointy namely 100 pounds He rang the elec trie alarm running into the house at the lake a was stationed at the indicator here In town and in exactly four minutes the pressure rose from forty to not the required lOOTbut to one hundred and forty pounds just forty pounds than required to throw a stream over on the Square save the copal This 140 would have put the stream pver the cupalo a distance of 125 feet Now croakers what say ye Iwntsay Lap caster do anything she sets head to dp Those who know rwhat they are talking say this the best they ever heard of penetrate f- I A H I some bet bet II the 21st will coons Birmingham tits been helterskelter and delayed woman HUn watchman more the highest buIlding i ss Pearce The Record office cant her about was test both its to Buie aadpressure I MLt J Y wet jC H in It of to D of of is is t Preaching at McCreary Elder FM Tinder will nil the pulpit at Hew Antioch church Sunday at 230 oclock Communion Services Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church Sab bath morning The usual services will beheld Friday even ing at 715 oclock The Squire Is Better The Record was misinformed last week when it reported Squire Kin naird as dangerouly ill He says he feeling all right and only the weather keeps him indoors This is good news to his many friends Cashier Denny III Cashier SC Denny of the National Bank who has been confined to his coda for several days is we are glad much improved He is suf Bring from rheumatism wind had a pretty lively tilt with the painful disease DP Pearce Better We are glad to note a marked Im provement in the condition of Dr E Pearce A severe cold has dealt rather harshly with him and kept him indoors for some time but his many friends are delighted to know that he is on the road to complete re covery The Bryantsville Bank Work on the building to be by the bank at Bryantsville has been commenced and will be pushed with vigor The institution is by some of the best men in this section of the state and will be a great convenience to citizens of that section This will make four banks Garrard Here Every Friday Fox the photographer is here eve Friday now and is busy every trip Why put off having a picture made you havent a friend who would prize your likeness may heaven pity you As The Record was instrumen tal in inducing Mr Fox to come to Lancaster it rejoices in his great sue cess and the crowded condition of his gallery goes to prove that the services a good photographer were needed here Interesting Relics Among the by Garrard the Worlds Fair none are in retesting than the Indian arrow heads fitted up by Master Joseoh Rogers of this city Some months ago The told of this little fellow finding a large number of arrow heads on the farm of his grandmother Mrs Pattie Gill near town lie has now fitted them up in an appropriate manner and they will go to the Kentucky Building with the other exhibits from Garrard They are fitting reminders the dark and in The Dark and Bloody and many compliments have been passed upon the bright little fellows ingenuity aud taste in preprfing the exhibit A Sure Sign Richmond Climax All the thrift not only Richmond butevery town shown by its newpapers If the merchants of a town are spiritless lack in energy and thrift and their stores are of junk and jam it will be plainly seen by the space they use in advertising On the other hand if the merchants are full of push and in every way keep pace with the day the newspapers will loom up brilliantly with their column halt column and other live advertisements This fact alone will give proof business that is going on in Richmond Look at her newspapers read over ad vertisements of thistnat and the oth or kind of industries and you will see much business is being transact ed in our little city Man Mondays CourierJournal George Burdette of Chicago is a man who thoroughly identified with Ken tucky and said last night that he al most fell on his knees and kissed the soil when he set foot on Kentucky ground yesterday for the first time in sixteen years Mr Burdette is na of Boyle county and for a num her of years was closely allied with the educational interests in that part of the State In 1888 he left and went to Bhicago where he spent the inter ven ing years devoting his time strict ly to business Last night was the time that he had visited Ken tucky since leaving the State a close friend of former GOT W 0 Brae ley and other prominent men from his part of the State Miss Resigns Miss Leila McKee daughter of the late Dr J L McKee of Danville re signed her position as President of Western Collegefor Women Oxford Ohio With Miss McKees resignation comes the announcement of her to Mr James B Welsh of City Mo The wedding will take place shortly after commence ment as Miss McKee has promised fill out the remainder of the of school Mr Welsh is like his finance well and favorablyknown hay ing lived in Danville for a number of years before to present home He is a of Mrs G JE Wiseman G Welsh promii men of Kansas City estate busl o it afternoon preparatory I his occupied ry exhibits sent more Record Grounds Jungles of t D McKee engagement Kansas present lI Is otbe R1 b ite 1 i0 r 1 5 next I note backed Former Lancaster ave first Belt term his brother Yeasts W and Ned of Danville one uses haul thebeat real Ines la ratpro lfgterti c hh 1tT r e is a Many Deaths In Louisville There were 127 deaths in Louisville during February There is more in the city than ever known at onetime Several causes are assigned The city health officer says it is due to the use of patent medicines and drugs without consultation of and this is more than likely the truth One df Louis Landrams Alp Castles The raising of pressure on any ma chine of from to one hundred and forty in four minutes is something remarkable In the history of machinery Yet the Lancaster water works did this The Central Record whose editor has harped on the sUbject for nine years will I told you so Fair Prospects Three different farmers good ones too told The Record this week that the wheat crop was not so badly injur ed first report had it In some places where the north wind had full sweep the crop was badly injured but on the whole there would be a good one Some farmers had become so greatly discouraged that the ground was broken up but this will prove a mistake Putting In Baptistry A large force of men are busily en putting in a baptistry at the Christian church It will be located to the left of the pulpit and a door has been cut for entrance to an which makes a very complete arrangement This still leaves plenty of room for the choir and is an im provement which has been sadly need I This work will be pushed with the greatest rapidity and it is hoped will be completed by Sundayweek A Bit of Philosophy An exchange contains the following bit of philosophy When a hog gets an ear of corn every other one will trot along behind and squeal and beg and ready for a bite but just let a his head fastened in a crack and every son of a sow will jump on him andtear him to pieces Just so with men As long as a man is and has plenty of money he cant keep friends off with a base bat The moment he is unfortunate and wealth is all gone he is not only snubbed at by his former friends but they begin to do him all the harm possible When man starts down grade the world steps aside and greases the track Kentuckys Artist A E Hundley will have Kentuckys Artist at Lcgan Hurst farm for this season and all Kentuckians who have good mares should look at him before booking their mares Kentucky Ar tlst is one of the greatest COMBINED STALLIONS Kentucky ever produced He woo the Championship at Missouri State Fair atSt Louis Championship at Ky State Fair at Louisville He has won more premiums under saddle than any Stallion in Ky more premiums in combined rings than any Stallion also defeated Montgomery Chief Preston and other great Stallions of Ky Kentucky Artist will be In next Court day Like Old Times While the electric lights were out of gear this week the people used the old time tallow candles and local dea lers sold all in stock The people pre ferred this to rigging up the ling coal oil lamps While bly inconvenient yet the rest to eyes by use of candles is indeed When Captain Waite saw some sitting on our type cases he said That looks like the printing offices back in the good old days when people were honest Many a time some seventyfive years ago have I stuck one in the lower case V box to distribute by and then in the lower case D box to set up arid set more type than the boys of today can set under forty of the new fangled elec trlc lights The world do out you cant down the oldtime honest way of doing things my son Sudden Death at Bpyantsvllle News of the death of Dr Traylor which occurred at Bryantsville Wed nesday morning was received with deep regret by friends in this city Dr Traylor was in apparent good health and while making a professional call was seized by apoplexy and died in a ew minutes time He was one of the known citizens and physicians in this section of the state and was respected by all who knew Tiim For a number of years he resided at Hub ble end sent The Record many communications from that point A more extended notice of Dr Traylor will be given in next issue of Tile Record The Big Organ Installed large pipe organ for the Chris tian church has been put up and is in perfect working order The rostra ment made by a St Louis firm cost 1500 cash and is the in the state having all latest proyements It given a thorough Wednesday morning by Mrs J C of Lexington and proved suc ceseful in every detail At it wilf be operated by a lever but a wa ter motor will be installed at Mr Will Westrwhp has beeri taking inetructioDS ia Lexington will pre the present but Beveralothr patties so there win sickness the physicians as anteroom hog- get prosperous ball I In- Ky I Lancaster I I I elI em move best pre l l jt gag f pounds nuts ed bad best interesting The which was the was testy once side schooled lie lwa alttle a1 f s T Ai- v Some of the electric light machin R ery broke Suhday and for several p nights the town was in darkness It caused much inconvenience especially II in this office where the lights used f until late every night The Legislature will adjourn next Tuesday Garrard has every reason to be proud of her representative Mr and Senator ris If the body was composed of such men much of the tomfoolery indulged in would have been omitted from the present session Judge Cantrlll Here I and received much encouragement in his race for Democratic nomination I for He has many acquaintances and admirers in Gar I rard and received a most cordial New Jury Method A novel idea and a popular one for the jurors was advanced by Judge l Collings when the jury was complete in the Wamsley trial and when the Judge was giving them instructions as to their conduct during the trial The instruction given was to divide into three groups of four each and the J members of these groups to be associ ated together both day and night If any reflection should be made upon any member be would have three who were ever present to aS to his conduct The idea was a I new one in the local courts and the attorneys and jurors were very much pleased with the suggestion as it sav j ed the usual form of the entire jury being in charge of the Sheriff and un l able to separate unless in the presence I of that official West Union Record Tobacco Statistics j Total sales of Leaf tobacco in the Louisville market during January and February 1904 were 21012 bogsherds i against 31499 hogsheads during the corresponding months of last year Rejections January 1 to February 29 1904 were 2624 hogsheads against 5 869 hogsheads rejected during i period last year Of the sales this year 15074 hogsheads i were Burley and 5938 hogsheads were Dark tobacco 18248 hogsheads were of the crop and 2764 hogsheads of old crop Total receipts at this January and February 1903 18005 hogsheads against 25034 hogsheads received during months of last year Total stock held in this market February 29 1604 were 13971 hogsheads against 14639 hogsheads held at close of February List year Stocks decreased February 115 hogsheads Farmers Home Journal Farm Wanted Worth 8000 to 12000 in Garrard county Address P O box No Lancaster Ky tf are S D Cochran Geo T Far Judge welcome witnesses testify corresponding total 190 marketfor correspond- Ing 10 Georgetown Appelate were l ft New Departure We MUST get our business down to a CASH basis We know it is quite a convenience to our customers to run tickets or accounts and we would like to be able to accomodate them but owing to the fact that it takes a large amount Of capitat and would require the expense of a book keeper to do this we have decided to work on ft Gash Basks and we will not run tickets or accounts except where a make a deposit For the convenience of those who wish us to run accounts with them we will accept money on deposit in sums from 10 to 50 and will allow interest at the rate of six per cent per annum on monthly balancesUnless you are willing to make the deposit as above mentioned please do not ask us to make tickets or run accounts Logan Dry Goods 01 i0 Cflill jfJ I hmm tij m tij fj Ei I customerwill 1Jrlfil C I THE riIJ cOil l r eeeI I p m m i S U U e e e eeeeee eee e I I I I i I I Suits A NDO ercoats i be sold andweare offering them at I L6M Than 6ost We mean what Iwe say and if you want genuine bar 12T I JJetf Blt81t f s t1i t jiti 4 w wSt V1t iRtw wA 6leanSWeep All of our heavy must t gains call on us r z LOOfiN ear ewx ice F t- wr 5 t- w tIy T a 4 Jet In The habitw Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I II I I II I H Ii I It II 1 Ill Shoes We have gen Y frthe7 following r o GIBSON GIRL GOLDEN ROD to AMERICAN BEAUTY IU f veo WVWVwVvivWVSV wNV t i 4 t 1- F4i y the exclusive celebrated shoes QUEEN 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 on the public They are made at right prices and we save you25c to 75c on the pair workedoff I II I It I I II I I I I I I II I f Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED BUGGIES i 2 Car Loads Received 2 1 N W 4J YlUlAtlJ We have the most uptodate line of Buggies Surrie Harness See our line get our prices and you wilt buy HASELDENROBINSON I t cwSl i h f Roa Wagons 4 ti jb dM- vikq4 hL Y 1Jhr F z REOQBD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster JTy o BecondClcut XailXaUer Ky March 1 1 1904 Our old friend Green KeHar has been writing Interesting letters from Frankfort to his paper the Mercury Last week in making a general matters at the Capital said Things change mighty fast lathis fast country of ours and nothing changes faster than the politicians I sit and watch the has teens and the Legislative Halls every day look Ing for a familiar face or object outside o f Jimmle Stone Uncle Mose the colored man who has been porter of the Librarian for thirty odd years the marvelous stone steps and the undersigned they look in vain reminded of the rendition heard of the beatitude are the meek for they shall inherit the earth The preacher said it would beafter the earth has been purified by fire and the dead were raised to life and I think If one of the meek has as much trouble finding a familiar face or object on the new eartlras the has been have here he will not be long in seeking the elevator down The great singer Patti was in Louisville last week and society climb ed all over itself to hear her Only the rich could afford to attend the concert and we will venture the that not one in every ten of the audience knew whether she was sing ing Mozarts aria Voi Che Sapete or Sugar in the Gourd in other words had they been in charge of a hand organ set to play Old Hundred they couldnt have ground out 99 France alone bought 3000000 bush els of American apples which fact leads the Washington Post to rejoice over the assurance thereby of the bountiful supply of champagne If the Post only knew the quantity and quality of good old Kentucky Apple Jack those apples would have made it moan instead of rejoice But up in the Posts section they dont know the joys of a swig of mountain dew The War Department has decided to increase the number of frogs on the uniform overcoats of army officers If the Department will weed out a number of frogs recently put in to army uniforms on account of pulls Instead of merit it wilLrendt r good service to the country Some fellow who evidently knows whereof he speaks says Three finger lengths of Kentucky corn will let more sunshine into the dark interior of some men than a quart of the fangled radium punch a Philadelphia doctor thinks he is decocting To him that hath shall be given A Chicago undertaker has won in a lottery There is a man whose business never grows dull and who doesnt know the meaning of hard times has a vast fortune added to it Isnt it A New York man has moved 110 times It is a foregone conclusion that he has been acountry editor and consequently a firm believed in the old saying that it is easier to move than pay rent Its a long time til the race but wouldnt Dick Miller Madisons brilliant young son make a model Governor Gee how we Republi cans would cross over and vote for him What Blackburn Took Congressman Powers of Mainetells this on Senator Joe Blackburn of Kentucky says a Washington report One day Blackburn met Senator Fairbanks and Secretary of the Shaw He headed them toward a cafe where refreshments of all sorts were served that they might of his hospitality What will you have was the Kentuckians salutation Ill take a glass of lemonade member Bring me some buttermilk was the Indiana statesmans order Blackburns expression was a study He concealed his disgust in his feat but it cropped out in his voice I think Ill take a piece of pump kin pie he said to the Proper Treatment of PeeamoHim Pneumonia is too dangerous a d is ease for to attempt to doctor himself although be may have the remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should be borne in mind that pneumonia al ways results a cold or an fat the grip and that by flying Chamberlains Cough Remedy the threatened attack of pneumonia may be off This remedy is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results DrWJ Smith of Sanders who is also a druggist says ofit have been selling Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my prac Lice for past six years I u e it in cases always gotten the best results bies Drug Store 1m A the orks are aJKpyqu rill need plumbing work I you the aervierof a practical ber of e cii years exj era ce j fA- juiv p r r 1 OENTBAL roundupof h e walkabout lam Blessed would oIitical I I 60000 I Treasury II water r T Lancaster some Car- lisle Iso rang and ponce assertion new discouraging partake replied the cabinet urea waiter however from from attack warded Ala I Chamt irlains the of pneumonia and Sold by Fris PII1i11Mtlsg Work caa give which tot yoar iafiarost 7 B Coin 1 rih r A i J ik r Tlifl Lcxii tiin prints t lie folhuviiitf interview goes to show just popularity of our Hon Harve Helm J Tevls Cobb of County Attorney of Madison was in the city this morning On business Mr Cobbs name has been quite prominently mentioned in connection with the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth district A Leader re porter asked him for an interview on this point it Mr Cobb that you will be a candidate for Congress in the Eighth to succeed the Gil bert will you make the race Not if the court knows itself re plied Mr Cobb with a merry twinkle In his eye J fear I have been running too much already I need a rest and the public does too Mr Cobb has three times been County Attorney of Madison each time by an increased majority his popularity and it was to this that he evidently referred Lincoln continued the Leader man unless Madison has a can didate and I hardly think that I have understood that both Gilbert and Moore have been trying to bring out a man in Madison to pre vent the delegation being instructed Tor Helm but their efforts have so far unseccessfulWho best of the race as you see it Helm undoubtedly Madison coun ty has always dictated the nomination and if its delegation goes for Helm and the sentiment is decidedly in his favor he has the nomination as good as cinched In past years when Mad son had a candidate in the field she could count on Lincolns support As an instance of her loyalty look how she stood by McCreary Now that Lincoln has a candidate it is no more than riSut that should reciprocate thecourtesyIs that when Mr Gilbert ran two years ago he promised that he would not again make the race I cannot say I have heard this statement attributed to him He is now serving his third term and many of the leading politicians who sup ported him in his other races think he should step aside and give other a chance Madison county feels kindly toward Mr Helm the Lincoln county entry not only because of tte loyalty of his county to ourcandidates in the past but because Mr Helm is partly a Madison man having gradua ted at Central University when it was located in Richmond Yes you may say that it looks very much like Helm and if he is nominated he will win in a walk Mr I C Rucker was in Danville last weekMiss Ann Hill of Lancaster spent Saturday with Mrs Ike Arnold Miss Sallie Adams of your city is the guest of Miss Eliza Rucker Mrs H L Wallace of Frenchburg Is visising her sister Mrs Wm Wallace Ed C Gaines is here working in the interest of the Deering Machine Co Mrs J S Robinson of your city is visiting her mother Mrs E J Wallace Miss Jennie Totten of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Mason Pullins Miss Mary Lear Js spending a pleas ant time in Mt Sterling with friends Miss Stella McWhorter of Lancas ter visited Mrs A B Estridge last week Miss Lucy Adams of Richmond has returned to her home after a visit to relatives here Master William Craig and HttleMiss Fish spent Sunday with their grand parents Mr and Mrs W C FishMcWhorter Estridge Paint Lick have a of Northern White Seed Oats which they will sell at 53 cents a bushel 3 4tf Mr E L Woods is moving to the Hume property at Silver Creek We regret very much to give up Mr Woods and familyras he one of our most en terprising citizens Mrs Minnie Jennings has returned Cincinnati with an uptodate line of millinery and is now located in rooms over the Bank She will be glad to wait on her customers On last Thursday Maj Kinnaird before the Tribunal of Paint Lick and preferred charges against Louis Landram for saying he did not know Aarons Rod from one of the books of the Bible Toshow Mr Lan dram thatthe Major the differ ence he asks that the rod be used on the editor so the Tribunal requests his in city at his earliest McCREARY John Hicks has been quite sick a few days Miss Flonnie Catronis visiting in Somerset Ben Hamm sold 6 heifers to J H 3ic per Ib Miry Kelley and grand visited last week Porter Weaken bought aload of corn Wm Simpson at 3 per Mrs J S Askins has gone to the city to buy her spring and summer millin Miss B Henry her and all reports jolly lit troubled with weak digestion andjjoi f 3r IH Wen NtiItets l act r HonG G elected proving countyInstruct twill probable we H aspirants 4 PAINT LICK Allie Russel carload from came fur I Pos for bbl n ac Jlji Pazae which the neighbor Richmond Rumor has star knows presence convenience for relatives Mrs daughters Buckeye from erg Willie entertained little friends last Saturday good tiin belching or use berlains StoigachandLiverTabas viii get gatckrelief Fat sale by Jrlabiea priigAf ton JAa yy e o Uobt White has measels f William Spratt bought a horse from Ij Mr Garner for 100 r- V Jonah Marsee has sold his house and l lot to D M Nave for 600 r Rev and Mrs R F Jordon went over to Kirksville Saturday I Charlie Bigsby who sprained his foot ago is better I Bro Carmchal filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday I Mr Henry Miller who has been sick I for some time is out again Mr and Mrs F F Cumminswere visit ing at Crab Orchard last week Mr Grove Kennedy had a fine three year old mule to die last week Carl B King who went to St Louis last week to work has returned home Misses Reuda Pettus and Ella Thompson has gone to Lebanon on a visit Cecil McClay closed school last week and has returned to his home at Brodhead j Uncle George Anderson will con tinue to carry the mail for another four years J M Cress was called to Monticello Sunday to be at the funeral of his bro j ther who died at 130 p m Sunday BUCKEYE Mrs Dr Ammon is sick Raymond Ray is visiting friends in Frankfort Miss Helen Miles began teaching a subscription school Monday Born to the wife of Mal Carter a fine son also to wife of John Duncan a daughter Rev Straiten o f Nicholasville i preached a fine sermon at Gunns Chapel Sunday A C Miles and daughter attended services at the Baptist church at Lan caster Sunday Misses Bertha and Minnie Brown of Kirksville visited relatives here Sat I urday and Sunday Misses Bessie Gulley and Nell Bourne of McCreary called on friends and attended Sunday school here Dock Hendren of Kirksville and Otta Jones Nina were in our midst Sunday and of course some pretty girls were the attraction McLane Davis anti wife accompa nied by his mother and brothers left for Illinois last week much to the re gret of their many friends They good people and Kentuckys loss will be Illinois gain Mrs Ellen Littrell who suffered a stroke of paralysis a short time ago and had recovered sufficiently to visit her sot Lige Ray had a second stroke Saturday and is now lying critically ill at the home of her son Inflammatory Rheumatism cured William Shafler a brakeman of Dennison Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with rheumatism I used many he says Finally I sent to McCaws drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time Iwas 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 Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 3 4tf FLAWOODS Delayed Letter Will Lawson sold J C Clouse a cow for 57 Will Spangler of Crab Orchard is in this neighborhood J C Clouse sold to Jim Coldiron i of his crib of corn for Sweeney Morgan bought 20 hogs from J C Clouse for per hundred Jack Haden sold his farm to W G Wagers 10800 Mr Haden gives in September Mrs W H Furr attended the of her brother James Cloyd lo Miss Ella B Fox near Shelby City Wednesday The bride and groom came with her for a short visit to Flatwooods Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson To live we must be willing to lose much To the Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Demo cratic As Circuit Judge it duty to a number of criminal which have become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As Judge of the Fiscal Court it to my lot to construe Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the newCone stitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con as to its Almost innumerable cases the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the under the law I have discharged duties under such trying is left to you to determine I be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure high position and office to which Iaspire respectfully 2 12tf JAMES E CASTBEZZ O r 1iACUER UI sometime Ills of are inflammatory In 8300 450 possession marriage Thursday tJ exercises I B lBa T8 THa x n 555S55 remedies I I 15 4 4w more became cases State arose proper construction have burdened circumstances the w S CFABIa Be leY Earls DgntitntaQ- Ree o 4 avlllet r k v McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY We so very heartily ap predate the success of our opening last Saturday and the substantial encourage ment of our customers that our every effort will be giv en to the interest of ouri trade We will take in exchange for Dressmaking any kind of Produce buy and guarantee the work to be satisfactory every McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY ir I in9i r 1S rr r ffttr f0n I rIfMJ Jr0r lJJ i I m I fi 0 0r- n III I w e Ir- n i n 1EJllJ Jfj Jtt i fiJrn r0rn m lfgOOffiilliJ8Wffii 1 o eooo ooooo ooc 0 1 o i 0 0 respect ooooo ooo o o a Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will pay charges on all orders for cut flowers 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 once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf telephoned designs Callus KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I rn rn rn Removal Sale I l o l o FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price or IISOc 100 d TrialFree Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK l I 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 at Several new designs for Childrens If rn call ponce thiS lot These stones must be sold by Jan Jst Also call arid get our prices for Spring delivery r Garrard J r STANFORD ST LANCASTER HEADOULRTERS I FOR CIUY f an Timothy SuM Oliver and Vulcan Hill Plows T i Markers in ou Marble Works r 1- I P1s1 Syracuse au Side i- Repairs for above Plows B WftLKEK ION wt4i ite shet- SJ I Standard Sewing nachines 1 Rotary Shuttle Drop Head Worth 4500 to sell at 3500 Guaranteed Best Light Running i 1 New Century Sewing Machine mn jj Vibratory Shuttle Drop Head Worth 3000 to M s sell at 2200 10 years Gruarrantee m- SS 85 I 2 New Century Sewing Machines H Upright 10 years Guarantee Worth to M sell at 1900 m Will these prices in order to reduce this stocky K F Postle There 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 of the season I want business want to sell you what you need Make Iy Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store First door below Citizens Bank Danville st X l 1 It 4 1- I 2500 m i sellat i rJ YjJllJffti r J 9am S So thing ITa r J W OJ M 001 D r i WOMEN Q a eQOrrQQ Q- d 1 1nC1C1 1dC1 iJ 1 S1 liner t c C7 1 Cl L1QL1pL1QLJL1QCQ Q Q Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those VVt Are In Herbert Kinnaird is at home from Point Burnside Miss Sue Sutton has been visiting Mrs J I Hamilton Miss Jessie Doty entertained a few friends Friday evening Judge R A Burnside was at home for a few days this week Am Bourne the expert auctioneer was in Richmond Monday Sam Denny is at home again from several weeks visit to Shelbyville Mrs Theo Currey and son Theo visited Mrs Fisher Gaines Sunday Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Spring We take great pleas ore in announcing to to the public that our large stock of Handsome is now open and we extend a most cordial invitation to you to call and inspect the many new and hand some designs we have goods fresh and new guarantee perfect satisfac tion Miss ADA DICKEUSON Pno Stormes Bldg Danville st n m it I Announcement m Millinel Y fI II rOSi r Wj iTAl MARVEL tmg 12 I ifBj Mez a I II cp tt f 9 D- a Ally 1 D M11iy a O Mrs Jesse Foxis in visit ing relatives Miss Cordie Hamilton has been at home for a few days Miss Ethel West is visiting Miss Lucy Kerr of Lexington J M Logan is in the cities buying spring and summer goods Messrs Henry Simpson and Frank Marksbury visited Point Leavel Sun day Mrs W H Hare of Nicholasville is visiting her daughter Mrs McClelland JohnstonMiss Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint LickMr and Mrs J I Hamilton visited Mrs George Lane of Beuna Vista SaturdayMr Salter has been spending the week with his wife at the Hamil ton House Dr Chris Faris has returned from a visit to Kirksville Richmond and Cincinnati Charlie Collier of Cincinnati has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James Collier Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Mrs George Robinson and children of Lincoln are visiting her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Joe Burnside who is attending busl ness college in Louisville is at home for a vacation Misses Mattie Mae Robinson Annie Perkins and Ed Doty visited friends at Paint Lick Sunday Joe Haseldcn a Richmond insurance agent was here Sunday with his broth er Raymond Haselden Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden have been visiting her parents Mr Duncan and wife of Kicholasville Misses Ann Hill Sallie Adams and Stella McWhorter have returned from a visit to friends in Paint Lick Mrs Kennedy who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Banks has returned to her home in Lex ingtonMiss Grimes entertained Wednesday eveningin honor of Messrs Cleo Hudson of Tennessee and J B Som ret Hudson Mary LewIs weeks BUGGIES fYI COST In order to make room for our large Spring Stock of Ye hides We have a few Bug ties SurrIes fine Driving Wagons we sell at cost We have a large supply of Wagon Harness Hames Collars Pads Breast Chains Trace Chains Wagi kries Etc Etc OOCOOC OOOOOC IL will Back Bands HomoStrlings Q Largest stock of Buggy Harness in Lancaster I oI shown r ever We also have a full carload of the celebrated Old Hickory Wagons I I Romans I 6111B Ii 1 j i iit5r i i 5 rqySr u 1 GrijiKSyor Mr R H Batsoii and re turned frum tjitiirjjrldul tour Miss Ada Dickerson spent Sunday with relatives in Nicholasville Mrs Jess Arnold is visiting her sister Miss Pearl Bettis tf Lexington Mr and Mrs George Wright ta ken rooms with Mrs Theo Currey P of Danville is visi ting her mother Mrs Harriet Mrs Louisa Arnold has returned from a visit to Mrs Breath tt Brown are glad to note improve went in little William Lears condi tionMr Harris Turner and wife of Ill are guests of relatives and friends here Mr T L Broaddus has been quite ill for several days but is now very much better Eld Tinder was called to Lex ington Wednesday to officiate at a wedding Mrs J S Robinson is in Paint Lick visiting her mother Mrs Wallace who is very sick Master Sherley Hudson is better to day much to the gratification of his Dr Sid Isbell has returned and open ed his office at the Hamilton House on Danville street Mrs J A Dudderar was called to the bedside of her little nephew William Lear who is critically ill Mr J T Conn who has spent the past five years in Missouri has bought a place in Stanford and will make his home in that city Misses Sallie Tillett Laura Smith and Pearl Hill are in Cincinnati and studying the latest style of spring and summer millinery card party March 3 1904 in honor of her sisters Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury Lexington Leader Mrs E O and her daughter Marguerite expect to leave in April for a trip abroad go with Mrs Walter Hiatt from New Yprir to France and then after her return will remain for some time traveling In Europe Mrs Susie H Fogg of Lexington announces the engagement o f her daughter Sadie Ware to Mr Samuel Stewart Yantis Miss Fogg will be remembered as a very attractive via tor here Mr Yantis is a son of Dr and Mrs R H Yantis of Flemingsbarg Miss Mary Landram an immensely pretty card party evening in honor of her guest Miss Yirginia Thompson of Versailles The parlor was very gay for the occa sion with a big fire on the hearth and plenty of flowers in the bright room Miss Burnside is a very fascinating hostess A very elightful lunch was servedFridays Stanford Journal Mr J B Carter of Garrard was here yester day on his way to Louisville Mr If B Price of Garrard was the guest of his brother Price Col W G Welch is doing as well as could be although was necessary to mputate two of the toes on his di seased foot yesterday John W M 11 ler of Lancaster was here Wednesday en route to Rockcastle MAKKSBDRY Dr H C Herring visited his brother Mr T I Herring Sunday Robert Fox sold to W H Lillard of Danville some 1000 Ib cows at Sic Sallie Fox was the guest of Mrs Monte Fox at Danville Madams M F Rout and R A Mc Grath were in Danville shoppingTues dayMiss Margaret Durham yule spent a few days last week with home folks Mesdames Charles Burdett and Jno called on friends at Bryants ville Wednesday afternoon West Lancaster a three month school at Rice Academy Monday morning Mr David Swope is hauling lumber from Mr saw mill atMar cellos preparing to improve his prem ises The friends and relatives in this community sorry to hear of the illness of Air J K at Lancaster Several relatives from here called on him Saturday BRYANTS VILLE Scott sold his house and lot to Solomon Chllders for 81800 Mr and Mrs TS Hayden of Troy this week Mrs Lizzie Burgess is at now Walker Burnside has returned home after spending the winter in the tar Homer Combs and children of Jessamine were with Mrs Wm Glass last week MrsiNH Huffman Mrs Ed Ow ens from spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here Miss MIttie Dunn has returned ter a pleasan isit to London Miss Mame Ballard from Contractor Tennyson on the bank building So now all are feel thiti islKbliig tof be a success Bey Simpson PesidingSlaer district wlif Bold ihteregaliir 3 10 V11 viJ1 k J Mrs We some F buying SprIngfield Bunslde Tuesday DrA S expected I Wednesday of Bryant began M B mer son WestMrS b r IOU brid i have have S Grant Price Peon I S M many friends fiat Titey will gay Mrs Woods bliss Knapp were West are with Mrs Boner home with her father omif and Letting has at gunwork encouraged and the of this quarterlymeetiig at t iregglarhorsr r y t t- t r t e r s n aft n r coirmuTiQNs Following lines appeared in New York Advocate two ago Read ers of Record will find them a suggestive supplement to the impress ive Sunday School lesson Qf last By Eugene H Pearce D And It was dark and Jesus was come un to them Master of wave of throbbing heart Come nears Softly the qnlvrlng pulse will beat To greetlhe music of Thy feet And faith shall then Thy name repeat Come near For fevercry for stormswept hour Come The sea dirge chants with sobbing shore Clouds the stars of friendless skies Grim of shade with tearless eyes Starboard and port the breakers roar Come For life for love Thou art dear Come nearl Doth heart deceive Nay rifted gloom Flees far apace the wall of doom Is hushed before Thee Thou hast room Come Frownless the sky its smile is here For Thon art near Noiseless the soft retrain Breathes music land sod main Deep calls to deep name agate For Thou art here Danville Ky Business and Bargains Full line of garden seeds at Wards Chicken feed for sale Banks tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 3 4tf Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf Jap alac varnish makes old new At Thompsons tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Our new Spring goods just in Ladies and Gents gold watches chains etc tf Thompson the Jeweler The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the Smith Currey Agts Silver spoons 365 sets to select from Also new souvenir spoons tf Thompson the Jeweler hand for light farm work Must come well recommended W S Tewmey Danville 1126 Money to Loan 81000 to loan on real estate Call at this office 311tf Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson Buy your nails thread plowlines etc at Wards grocery He will take eggs and butter in exchange 2t We have a line of the best cakes ever brought tf Currey Davidson Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement Cash Cheap H B Northcott 3 4 2t Ward keeps the famous Gilcher bread baked and delivered to vim the same day Try it Youcant beat it 2t Fon KENT A good cottage house on Water Street Five rooms and all necessary out buildings FOP Sale Cheap for Cash Straight Creek Jellico and CannelCoal H B North cott 3 4 2t Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf Notice All holding claims or accounts against the estate of Theo Currey Sr will please present same to TheoCur rey Jr properly proven and sworn to Mrs Theo Currey Admx Have started my mill and will have on band a big stock of poplar and oak lumber Can promptly Prices right F M Carter 1113tf Cartersville Ky Fop Sale 1 will sell my property on Lexing ton street 8 room dwell log and all necessary outbuildings The place contains 17 well wat ered and well improved For further particulars call on Theo Currey Jr Msr Theo Cheap Rates To all points in Montana Wasing ton Oregon and British Columbia March 1st to April 30thr 1904 Special rates to North Dakota in March Write at once for information and maps to Ira F Schwegel District Passenger Agent Wisconsin Central By407 Trac lion Bldg Cincinnati Ohio lApr All persons having claims against the the late J S are hereby notified to verify them ac cording to law and them with me or my attorneys Jas2 and Wi Williams Lancaster on or before 1904 S L Underwood Adm J S Notice to School Trustee The School census reports are ready ifor d Istr ibu tlon Chairmen of of TrusteeS of the various districts please at s o ce school year 8sth t Sunday D I forms I l surgeIts sweetoer Thy I Hudson furniture WantedGood st nd For Sale M florists Lumber a estateof n1W Itt d tjt e years The GALILEE not near near who 7 nears tt 3c m fres a DHugh furnish twD story acres Notice Underw file Hamilton April 1 31 3t rood the Board will call andRetshecensus list ceoaosmuettie ken Onor about the 104 It Istbeduty falltees to see that this else ot ethertrurtewrwiUnttteaiikl s h k i d er es ocd to tlt tread I A Dausforlh of LaGrange Ga suffered fur six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg hut writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds and Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only Sold by McRoberts Drug Store1m In Memory Our community was grief stricken when it was learned that Ottie Walk er was seriously ill at home with spinal meningitis He in company with his brother had started to Lexington and was taken sick at Nicbolasville Tuesday the 23rd and suffered inde scribable agony until death came the following Thursday at midnight Ot tie Walker was 19 years of and the youngest son of the late James Walker and Elizabeth Walker He was an exceptionally fine young man sober industrious upright of a ge nial haply equally ready to make friends or to bestown He was the special comfort to his mother since bis fathers death being both her staff and a father to his two younger sisters He also leaves to mourn for him beside friends another sister Mrs Wm Beazley and three brothers Messrs Steve William and Miley Walker He was a member of the Baptist church at Buckeye having joined some years It is unusually sad to see one just entering manhood so suddenly cut down yet we must not question the wisdom of these things God moves in a way his wonders to If our loss is great his gain is greater The Master had need for Ottie and has called him home a little earlier than you dear mother He is now in sunshine and you in shadow Twill only be a little while though you should call it years till the scroll will be rolled away and you will see your boy face to face in the glorified body so fitly described in His word Until then Peace blessed peace to him and Christs sweet comfort to you A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough 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 REMEDY FOR CROUP Mrs Mapy Cress Writes a Letter that Gives Valuable Information to Mothers The following letter has been sent to this office with the request to pub lish for the benefit of mothers whose children are subject to croup Editor of Record As there are so many dear children at this season of the year suffering with croup 1 feel an earnest desire to let mothers know of a remedy for this dread disease This is in no way an advertisement nor do I expect one cent of remunera tion I simply feel so very grateful for the wonderful relief my child has had that I want other mothers to know of I little daughter ten years old who has had asthmatic croup since was three months old so bad she would have violent We spent hundreds of dollars doctoring her relief until I accidentally thought of using Hyomei Since then she has not had a bad attack and we always go to bed with Hyomei under the pillow I would rather be without flour in the house than without Hyomei It is a Godsend to any mother whose children have the croup I answer any letter me concerning Hyomei AllI say is if one is discouraged from other remedies try this Mrs Mary E Cress Third and Commercial Sts Feb 26 1904 Atchison Kan Mrs Cress recommends a remedy that is undoubtedly well known to our readers as one of Lancasters leading druggists McRoberts has the for Hyomei and sells it a guarantee to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction It Protects tile System against Catarrh Hyomei PrereaU Cold and CnrevGrlp sad Catarrh Moaey Back If It An of prevention is worth a pound of cure A few breaths Hyomei through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit will check zi cold or the grip at the and serious and illness In all catarrhal troubles and dis of Hyomei has a action not possessed by any other medicine or treatment It is pleasant and convenient to use 20 drops of Hyo inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times a day In this way every particle ofair enters is charged with a healing balsam that kills catasrh germs soothes and allays the irri tated with pzoie rad makes a permanent cud complete outfit costs only i andcontains an inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of inhaler lasts a when eiis needed extra spc erts gives atguaranteefwith every outfit y sell to refund tlie jnon twSSlP t 25 alf friendship myste- rIous perform 1 If It havea wIth- out wilt gladly x local agency under I of eases nisi c usmem AH me r Hyoin i f w fif M yi- k h- attave6 tlrLp cis age disposition many ago Remedy she spasms written Fails ounce start prevent the air passages in fife that the Vitalizes the blood care lifetime and bet- ties cue be obtained his person douorcrtre in RT11t wlllitt M ICr11iAr y ya WecarryV Moulding stock and frame Pictures Try us Neatly and promptly OUR STATIONERY Has been larger than we anticipated We have placed our entire line of Box Paper on our AT COST COUNTER All 50c boxes at 35c or 3 for 1 Now is the time to Get your Stationery c i r M6RobeitsDrug 00 F JCE SALE in ore x11 S f HIS 81 f St Good Spirit Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the tine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not rein edy a bad liver or the liundredand one ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would feelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a cer tain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household reme dy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all drug gists 1 Aug All parties going to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf J Flowerthe liberal a DRUGSTORE Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky ThatSmooth S Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender Reliance uB Currey f DayidsoDs 7FHE FOX STU DIOLANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every of at prices Opn every K Ji to f Y b style portrait reasonable hridaYfrom 9 AM 3 M Call etrly w IO4O1 r Y O4t a ir1 Ik i Jf On the handkerchief sends a chill to the heartOf the woman who had kept on thinking the cough will get better after a while Now she knows the fight for life is on and looks eagerly around for medical aid There is one medicine whose marvel ous record for cures commends it at once to every sufferer from lung troubles as safe and sure Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures obstinate deep seated coughs bron chitis weak and bleeding lungs and diseases generally which if neglected or unskilfully termi nate fatally in consumption In the Lewiston Journal November isth of your Golden Medical Dis I i t I treated II9DI rinted in Maine I find au advertisement d1- x p- Thu RID STAIN emaciation covery writes Mr C H Brann mercnanii 01 unuKiou j Box 1 want to tell what the Discovery did for me for blood The first three bottles me so that I was practically and lastly I took three bottles more making nine bottles in all It has now been over fifteen years and I have not been with Mood Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There isvnothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs free tor the emUnm Yarn vale gat OmnumemSemme MteetoeiAevimer the best er mt ftee nmEhywemtmmg tamme ef mmtfng ONLY MMf twentyone te tor the meek in memer coveys Of tmlHyomm mtemm the oJUMoMMf volume to Dr Jfc V Pteree mmttelo N Y o spitting of one year Then I took three bottles more with the same spittinganymore A 1 s- Ie fMIY JQl r4 e or n S tt 1NOt Nas beefss tBMe pmiers aaera t foP BOURNE J P Ham visited relatives in Jessa mine Sunday Allen Bay bought a mare of Felix Lane for 6500 Sam Morford sold a good mare C Jenkins for 11700 Lisa Cheatham bought a mare of Ike Naylor for 8500 James Ledgear bought a wook mule of Wm Ward for 6000 Mr Frank Ball and family have moved near Nicholasville W C Turner sold a sow and nine shoats to W H Ward for 2300 Thos Turner spent last week with his daughter Mrs Joe Turner at HIatts ville James Turner and Millard Ham made a business trip to Hiattsville FridayGeorge Mandy Grimes was bitten by a mad dog that passed through here a few days ago Misses Loa Duncan and Lucy Mar see visited Misses Durham of Marks bury Sunday Mrs Tom Morford and children of Danville were the guest last week of Mr Sam Morford and family Loa Rovesta the little seven months old daughter of Mrand Mrs Ed Pollard died at tHeir home near on Saturday February 28th of pneu monia The remains were laid to the Mt Hebron cemetery the 29th Sunday morning February 29th the spirit of Alice Edna the little three weeks old daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Morford took its flight to a better and brighter world After funeral services conducted by Rev J I Wills the remains were interred in the Mt Hebron cemetery The bereaved have the sympathy of the entire Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Wat kins of Pleasant City Ohio mania had sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but be grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Lion and darling was saved Hes now sound and well ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung disease Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store Price 50C8LOO Trial Bottles tree 1m MANSE Mrs Gaines Henderson is very sick with pneumonia Mr James Doores of your city here this week A little child of Wm Palmer has been very low with pneumonia Mr Otly Burks has about recovered from a severe attack of La Grip Miss Baker of Madison has been the guest ot Miss Mattie McCor mackThe Presbyterian church has been completed and there will be regular services every Sunday now Mr Sterling Payne and daughter of Back Creek have been dangerously ill with typhoid fever Mr George Jennings died at his home near Point Leavell of heart trouble He leaves a and three daughters to mourn his loss Lee Sr who on Back Creek of heart trouble and dropsey was interred in the cemetery at this place followed by a long procession of friends Eight hour lawsare ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and days curing Indigestion Billlouness Constipation Sick Head and Bow el troubles toy j aa Bt sate sure at JCcBobert Drug Store 1m Fine pedigreed O I One JDfUMbi eooBty Service JL e t i i community our Everybody vIs- ited died t1 j Biac t c l I I 1oJJlOL if J to- M rein r Poe Pearl w wife Mr Chas WrMS 6verslae A ache all Livened Only C Boat a3tf Potts 1Y ry- tr U BEDNA VISTA W T King sold to Clay Dunn one mule for Jas Spoonamore will leave this week for Illinois or Indiana Miss Dunn of Wilmore arrived today to be the guest of relatives J J Poor has bought Mr Scotts place for 1700 and moved his family thereMiss Myrtle Ruble will accompany her sister Mrs Scott to South this week Rev J A Sawyer delivered a lecture at Browns Chapel last Wednesday night Irvine Christopher who is school at Danville spent Saturday and Sunday at home Will Scott has a hen which lays two eggs a day or did one day If want proof call at the house and see two soft shell eggs united by a slender cord The sale of A T Scott was well at tended Burgin Wilmore Lancaster and Danville were represented Stock sold well colts sold from 50 to 65 horses from 75 to 125 W TAnderson Auctioneer A T for several years ant and postmaster here leaves this week with his family North Car olina A host of friends regret their departure Hollis Ransdell and Colon Lane of Richmond John Green and wife of East Hlckman Dudley Lane and wife of Hanley Judge Ford and attorney J I Hamilton of Lancaster attended the funeral of Wm Lane Sunday Mr S Lane and Miss Mattie Williams the pretty daughter of were married at the brides home last Wednesday evening Rev Tomlinsgn officiating Several friends were as sembled to witness the ceremony af ter which a bounteous supper was served Last Saturday morning the death angel entered the home of Wm Lane and claimed for his own the aged Mr Lane had the distinction of beltfg the oldest man in this section lacking only a few months of being 90 He had been feeble for some time but became worse Friday morning and sank rapidly Nearly he would tell the family he was ready and waiting his summons He leaves three daughters and five sons to mourn their loss Funeral and interment at Mt Olivet I am in the market for hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan R 34tf PUBLIC SALE FINE SUBURBAN HOME NEAR KY I will sell at public auction on tha premises on Thursday April 7th 1904 at 2 oclock p m my home place in Boyle Co Ky about i mile from Danville on Pleasant Hill The place contains 36 acres of fine land and all in exceptthe garden It is well by a and a never failing spring from which the is piped to the dairy and to troughs is on the place a frame dwell log house of 8 servants rooms carriage houses large barn and other houses unusually well supplied with large and small fruits and berries Considering its proximity to the town of Danville it a fine place for any one wanting a brlRht and cheerful suburban home It Is unusually well located and arranged for a FrQitDaLry and Garden Farm v Terms of Sale i cash In 12 and 3 years with interest day of sate aem Will be glad to show place to anyone March 9 1904 3t Mary 1 For DaBYllle Ky pe lotS Carolina temperance attend- Ing you R WIlliams father every day warehouse M West DANVILLE q situate Turnpike grapes from j 8 Scott men far watered branch water rooms Iris passable or give b letter i 4- N Kf D 0 q Pu- r ell sly This Mf Giiitioi Ueutafi im Is very III wtli pneumonia Bora to the wife of Richard Brown on March Ista fine girl J M Meadows has moved post office to his place of business Mr Alex Beazley spent Sunday wit his sister Mrs Bettis Mrs Spurlocks children have Jhe measles but are getting along very nicely Mr Charlie Lee died last week of heart trouble and was buried at Paint Lick Ed Hurt went to Jellico to visit his sister Mrs Parker Ills wife will stay at his mothers while he is away Land Stock Crops W J Hogan sold a lot of shoats to W P Rubles at 4Jc Ben F Buckley of Bourbon sold 15000 lbs of tobacco to a Cynthianu buyer He is said to have rais ed 12385 lbs on five acres of manured county correspondent says wheat is not seriously injured that while the leaf is brown the root is all right Mules are higher than ever known prices ranging from 125 to 185 See The Record about your horse and stock cards We have the best assortment of cuts type etc and our department can turn out your work on a few hours when de sired tf The freezing line keeps moving South every winter and it begins to look like It may be to grow oranges within the the United States Northern Florida was once the center of the industry it was given up years ago and eich year the wise growers move their groves southward Wharton Bros of Keene bought 1000 bushels of wheat from J W Shields at 1 per bushel This is the highest price that has been paid for wheat in Jessamine of Wilmore returned from Mississippi Tuesday where he had sold a lot of horses and mules amounting to about 10000 Mr business was better in the South than it has been for years and that horses and mules are bringing good prices Jessamine Journal The Senate committee on agricult ture is now considering the bill of Senator Teller of Colorado 250000 to conduct experiments In noncorn growing states in the breeding and feeding of live stock for market and in growing crops and for plants adapted to these purposes Wilson and a number of experts from the Western territory to be ben efitted appeared in favor of the bill which stands a good chance for though with a greatly reduced appropriation Dr H J Webber of the United States Department of Agriculture re ports on the growing of the tobacco and pine apples under shade with reference to breeding strains of tobacco especially suited to be thus grown The striking results obtained by the department in growing tobacco under shade are well known A objection to the practice is that the plants grown under the shade give only a small proportion of broad leaves such as are desired in wrapper tobacco together with a very large of narrow leaves and this notwithstanding the fact that the same variety grown in the open produces about 85 per cent of of the desired shape He is trying to breed up a strain of tobacco that shall produce broad leaves when grown cover Young growing pigs crave a variety of food and it can be given them in slops better than in any other way Even middlings and brau they do not relish as when made into slop If a hen lays only one egg a week for a year it will pay for her food and ev cry egg additional Is clear profit If a hen lays three eggs a week she double the profit derived from a hen that lays two eggs The greater the number of eggs the cheaper the cost of production in proportion Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Bitters Itsa wonderful ton ic and effective nervine and the great around medicine for run down systems It d i s p e Is Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and Malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by McRoberts im Taken Up As Betray A red about five or six months old Has been in Lowell since about first of January Owner cajl have by proving property and paying all charges J A Scott Lowell 3 Ire made my said n Irish who belonged to a quarrelsome but if they over 16 after thatll make em wake While lace footing an ancient revs val a black organdie frock It furnishes an insertion for the frills Porthe to which fash ion partial the BoftAbrics are heat adapted and is an ex te Te Tarletjr of teee Ii4fI and daughter oldS at12c groundA job no ice farther someday impossible borders of orange R A Dodd Dodd said appropriating Secretary passage particularly serI- ous proportion long under will More Blots dIsor- der employedTheres est aU expels Drug Store Ie 3t frti t r tr r r r 5 1 l1l the Electric heifer calf acme will man family fight sure Ill write a codicil rims skirt is now so there materials A f t ty Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE ofMercer County as a candidate for Conprcsa in the Eight District to succeed G snbjectto the action of the party Your support li earnestly tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Magpie B Gulley is a candleate for Supt of Public Schools in Garrord Co subject to the action of the democratic party t For County Attorney Ve are Authorized to announce J E asa candidate for nomination for Coun Attorney subject action of the Demo erode party i ANNOUNCEMENTS F Democratic Democratic to Hon- GGilbert solicited Robinson i I Oi muiiv new millinery models fjcu Pun slit liazeluuts aid K a sloth foliage aie employed as a yarni lure Do 1C Today The timeworn Never put off til tomorrow what you can 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 have been strug gling for several days perlaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it 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 re lieve your cough or cold and timed use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread con sumption has attackad your lungs Herman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trot Die New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 Aug injunction DAyand I grapes A you Tog its con SPECIAL NOTICE As I go to the city in a few days I must have what is due me on ac counts If you owe me PLEASE CALL and SETTLE at once This is meant for ALL who owe me SALLIE D TILLET Its necessary to have some good whis key in the house to ward off sudden at tacks of colds and pneumonia But you should take great care to get GOOD Dont risk your with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of 10yearold absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for 32o and pay all Express charges to your nearest ex press office Or we will send you One Gallon of our abso lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for Z50 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 ACTION In Every Respect or Your Money Refunded Goes with every order And our guarantee Is always good Ask the Lexington City Nutioual hank We claim our whiskey Is absolutely pure and a little better than pup other at the price and we elect each customer a judge lu the case If after you have trledjt 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 tuff to please you Make your remittance payable and address HAGAN DISTILLING 00Or P O Box 422 Lexington Ky igT A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with each order I w C7 IN THE WINTER TIME WHISKY health PURE six pear old Tis the COMFORT FREE RECLINING CARSON POPULARHENDERSON 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 to get the Henderson Route habit it will us ASK US ABOUT ITL J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Genl Pass Trav Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY LINE- s EVANSVILLEST 4 R BepresentiniFflllfliiDiCoffljanies v Queen Palatine Conneticnt German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile- ietoaLlfelDSCo9fHarffliCoDii KINNAIRDINSURANCE Aetna NationalHartford a Do You Know That Oklahoma has raised more wheat per acre past ten years than any of the famed North western wheat states That Oklahoma raises the of Iowa Illinois and Nebraska That Oklahoma stands at the head in the quality and yield of her cotton That Oklahoma excels in the production and qual ity of oats barley rye and almost every varity of fruits and vegetables That Oklahoma has an ideal climate forth i i corn See for Yourself One Fare pluf 200 Tuesdays month RoundTrip of i p A Ark 4 1 11111 H in jlk I1 i iJJlu11IIUIJJIi t i y 1 Jr T i I t Gso HLRE0 Little Rock HOWARD T F A Cincinnati Q r 4i rjr Ptnl t t Cc 1935 t K DRPIERCES DISCOVE POSTED our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S P Embry Price Bros Ed N BPrice George Leavell FergusonHenryLncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton B L Kelly II West V A Lear Robt Gulley W R Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry W A Burton Mrs P D Gill Hemphil Walden 1 C Leslie Harber Henry Kuhlmann V A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell I GOLDENMEDICAL FOR THE BLOUIUVER udrJ warnIIng BeazleyMilt MrsJ CI s C 7 Get the Habit Take Life Plant and Get Well Medical history does not record a discovery that v 11 equal the merits LIFE PLANT for the cure of Rheumatism Catarrh and Blood Diseases Its action mates the germ that cre ates disease makes new rich and disease cannot exist where the blood is pure Our guarantee is No Cure No Pay therefore there no reason for you to suffer loDger Mm Susan Lewton of Malvern O writes 1 bad rheumatism for one year and a I considerable portion time I was so bad I could walk ily ankle was swollen u great deal of the time- I could scarcely pet oa my shoe ity- j limbs were numb and I suffered conlln unity I tried a great remedies but WOE unable to get relief until 1 tried LI FK PLANT 1 took four bottles andj was entirely cured It is u great remedy Life Plant is Manufactured only by THE LIFE PLANT GO CANTON OHIO all permanentIt is of the so i j pure- blood i ninny ucates oung eope Tot Businv Good Employment and Success CALL On roe FULL INOnMATIONnIT P r SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS = Union Ksilsna Cank Building LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT THOS E TURNER CHAS G HARRIS f MANAGERS If your Druggist have not got Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 8100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MAn i 1 r M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 40 4 05 Medium to good skipping steers 4 254 40 Choice butcher steers 4 00 4 15- Medium to good butchers 3 SO 3 n Common to medium butchers OC 3 40 Good to choice feeders S 7o 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 W 3 00 Good to extra stock steers 3 505 3 T51 Common to medium stock steers 2 50 3 w Good to choice stock heifers 2 75 3 00 Common to medium stock heifers 2 5f 2 75 Plain light mixed stockers 1 75 2 25 Medium to good bulls 3 OC 3 25 Choice veal calves 500 5 50 Common to medium calves 3 50 4 50 IIOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 570 Medium packers ICO to 200 Ibs 5 70 Choice light ship 12tf to ICO Ibs Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 4 ro Good pigs 50 to 4 25 Roughs 150 to OK lln 475 SHEEP AJfD LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 75 4 00 Fair to good 2 50 3 60 Common to medium 2 CO 2 50 Rucks 2 CO 3 CO lambs 5 50 Best bntcher lambs Common tallendlambs 400 4 50 Old NewspapersF- or Sale at The Record Office Dr to 300 lbs 50 OOlbs I Extra shipping 55- IC J 3 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY 0 CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORIES Vice Prest S C DEY Cashier Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird 8 I493 o o o 02 o 0o o o 02 2 F Asst Cashr o 0 2 000 r OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000P1 6 0 0- o a e s J 0 D s 4000000000000 000000000000000 0oooooa LEWIS Y LEAVELL PresidentI Business College VIce Pre tJ S Ronu soN ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SCKPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W 6 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 Potts Flour Feed Store and Exchange John H Potts Propr Manufacturer of and dealer in High Grade Flour and Meal Gra BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave v N PHONE 100 X 50000 j 1 gu0 Ship Stuff Wheat Rye Corn Oats CrushedMixed Amonla Potash i CottonotEXCHANGE I o V OC 0000000000000000000 0000 1 O ham Flour Screenings x Seed Grains Food Bone and 0 e l Y C r Tk