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RECORDfOURTEESXB YEAR LANCASTER MARCH 18 1904 tN fk t tL FRIDAY itr Y x it THE CENTRAL qI- nsit sr PLUMBING Better have us do your plumbing as there will be a rush later in the season ROOFING We defy anyone to make more terms or do bet ter roofing work than we do GUTTERING Our facilities for putting up gutter ing enable us do the very best of work REPAIRING We are the peo pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are right J IR J A BEAZLEYGO Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to business GOODS It you need a new Spring dress call at Store We have all the new goods such as- Y Tweeds l o hairs Suitings ings Braids But Trimmings liaces Etc Also a large line ofwash goods All kinds of pro dice wanted B L JENNINGS Paint Lick I I A r a fM LI jll I liberal HASBLDHNI w A pI l HEWn HI S S our oiles Iz f 4 I I t p I I r yT now L f I tot e IA L r i- 4rf user- S Y 4 C 44400 of- T r R z Link tons ti a ti sy r 4r o Of local Interest We call attention to the sale of the Fox property near Danville adver Used in this issue of The Record It is a beautiful piece of property and a I most desirable home April 14th The Ideal Entertaining Co which gave such satisfaction here last year has been engaged for a per fornance at the court house April 14 Remember the date Further later j Good Impressions Richmond Register There was once a man so fortunate as to dig him self out his own grave but after ills obituary in his home paper he forthwith buried himself again not wishing to spoil a good Impression State Executive Committee Hon J Norton Fitch of Nicholas vine was here Monday and tells us a candidate for member of the dem ocretlc state executive committee Mr Fitch is well knovvd in the stateand is a worker who has done much for his noise at the meeting of a wo mans sowing society dwindles into insignificance when compared to the racket in The Record office this week Two machinists with might and main make it pretty lively for The Record force but the work must be dune Bluegrass Seed Will Be Light II F Hillenmeyer in the Lexington Farmer and Breeder says that owing to the extremely dry weather last fall which prevented the buds from form ing the crop of will be light and for the same reason timothy will head our light Passing of The Old Soldiers The rapidity with which the soldiers of the Civil War are passing away is indicated by the fact that of James B Young at the Confederate Home last week was the eighteenth in eighteen months since teen in existence Charley Ball desires to call the at tention of the public to the fact that he is prepared to do the best roof painting and can give better work and lower prices that any one in town He has bad much experience and guar antees satisfaction Leave orders at TB Walker Sons store 318tf A Reliable House The old reliable firm of H FHille1 meyer Suns the Lexington fruit tree and nurserymen place their us ual Spring announcement in this issue of the Record They are absolutely reliable in every particular and The Record cheerfully recommends them to parties wanting the very best at the most reasonable figures Stepp Kept Tab of Hyattsville who Is not only a weather prognosticator but a close observer of all things kept tally on the weather during the winter and tell us that up to March 12 there bad been 112 days of cold weather 35 snows and 24 rains He says this is absolute ly correct and as Stepp said so no one doubts it About the Size of It Capt T A Elkin who has just from Atlanta says he spent many pickles for papers while away to read of the Jap war but he soon found that every special telegram was just alike so he gave up trying to keep tab on the fight We had as soon read the Congressional Record as the war portion of the dailies Cap Grove Here Capt Grove the gentlemanly con ductor of the passenger trains was here this week having been summon ed to testify against some parties for shooting on the train Capt Grove is the L and popular men as his polite and attentive to passengers has made for him a bost of friends Mr Schefold Here Mr Frank Schefold of New Albany Ind who put in the water works was here Saturday looking after the winding up of some business It anyone wants a testimonial as to Mr Schefolds reliability as a businessman or standing as a gentleman it can be obtained from any business man in Lancaster He Is alrigbt and un derstands his business Look at Your Mall The Postoffice authorities at Wash ington have fixed a penalty of 200 on persons for taking mail of the office other than their All post masters are liable to make mistakes and get the mail into the wrong boxes and the law is that people must look at their mail before leaving the office and if they have other mail than their own it must be returned at once This includes newspapers as well as letters Over Half Fall The lake is now over half full and Mr Schefold who was here last week tell The Record that it has more than enough water to run until next Fall even if not another drop of rain falls Isnt that gerlorlous news It must be remembered that the PMt winter has been an unusually dry one As the Spring rains have just menced or are due thereto pw ojf doubt that pverHo gen era particulars reading partyThe hammering away bluegrass seed the home has Stepp returned one of must manner system own now but w 4 i his thereat Conu Ns out oats the will be la sae ere lgh t e h comp shad ryY Will Preach at Church Dr J G Bow of Louisville of State Missions will preach at the Fork church Sunday March 20th Fine Timber Leslie T Bradshaw has bought of Ben J Wheelersome of the finest in the county This week he cut a popular that measured 36 Inches in diameter and 84 feet from the stump making 12 foot cuts This tree cost Bradshaw 77 79 and will make about 10372 feet of lumber Organ Recital The people are looking forwaid with much pleasure to the organ recital to be given at the Christian church this Friday evening Mrs Taylor of Lex ingtun will preside while the vocal music will be furnished by Mrs Juliet Rogers of this city and Miss Foushee of Lexington A small admission 25c will be charged to defray expenses The church will be filled with those of our people who appreciate good music Died In Arizona News of the death of Mr Ed which occurred at Douglass last Thursday was received with much regret by the many friends of the family in this city Mr Stevens married Miss Nannle Hopper of about twelve years ago and moved to the West He held a good position with a rail road companyand some weeks ago was stricken by grip He left his room too soon and resulted He leaves a wife and three little boys The remains were brought to Bowling Green his old home this week Best Work and Lowest Prices The Conn Bros are at work this week making some big improvements on some of our machinery They are the best machinists in Central and can fix anything from a jack knife to an automobile They have the only complete machine shop in Central Kentucky and the tact that engines and machines of all kinds are sent them from all neighboring towns goes to prove their ability Robt Beazley a short illness Mr Robert Beazley died Saturday morning He was widely connected in Garrard and was in his seventy fifth year At one time Mr Beazley was one of Garrards wealthiest citizens services were conducted at the dence of Dr Walter S Beazley afternoon by Rev F M Tinder of the Christian church The interment took place at tuc Lancaster cemetery Lear No parents ever received more sympathy on the loss of one of their children than did Mr and Mrs Victor Lear in the death of their William Victor Although the little one had only reached the age of five months yet he had become the pet of the household and the many relatives and friends of the family He was taken ill of pneumonia and suffered fur almost two weeks before the little spirit winged its way to the gentle Savior who was awaiting it Eld F M Tinder conducted services at tbefamily residence Monday afternoon and the remains were interred at the Lancaster Cemetery New Court After opening court Monday Judge Bell appointed Mr J Mort Rothwell as Master Commissioner and the lat ter made bond and was sworn in as such Mr Rothwell who is a splendid lawyer has the ability to fill the office and it is a sate prediction that his work will he satisfactory to all At the same time Mr F Sauf ley Hughes who held the office of trustee of the jury fund during Judge Saufleys terms was reappointed made bond and was sworn in Mr Hughes able work in the past certain Iv merits the reappointment and in his selection Judge Bell displayed good judgment The Man For the Place A new member of the Democratic State Central Committee is to be en soon and we have heard much mention of our Hon Sam DCochran as the for the place The position is now held by Col Jack Cbinn of Mercer No member of the present Legislature was ever more faithful In the discharge of bis duty nor the body a honorable member Sam Cochran Is a man of whom Garrard county is justly proud and his selection would give satisfaction to all His manner thorough honesty and sterling integrety have wonfor him the utmost confience of both democrats and republicans Ainen and AipenJ A minister neighboring town preached a brief but beautiful sermon the other day Here it is word all Postmortem praises and love are in the air Peo pie kiss their dead but never stop to kiss their living they hover over caskets in hysterical sobs but to throw arms their loved ones whoare fighting the stern battles of life A word of cheer to ifling soul in life k worth than Christendom piled high on casket The dead cannot smell flowers but the living can scatter in pathway therefore and pluck out tie thorns g timber Stevens Ar- Izona Lancaster pneumonia Kent- UCky county Funeral Sunday l genu- Ine infant son concerned favorable county man had more courteous n A tot u beforejtI Ia kik1y i i 1 Fork Secretary After zest Officers c man Ida b fat their around as more roses tit cover them broadcast their tet a aiglttOtstlll s at i t RK has pal l George D Bnrdett Here Upon hearing the statement George Burdett is here every would immediately say Well where is George I must see him And judging from the many warm handshakes and expressions of no man has ever been more warmly welcomed back to Lancaster For many years Mr B conducted a grocery store here and the town nev er had a more publicspirited citizen He has resided in Chicago for some years but like all the rest wants to get back to Kentucky as he said 1 want to live in a country where I can speak to people and they will speak He is now traveling for a jewel ry house and meeting with much sue cess While here he was the guest of his tister Mrs Jno W Miller He left Tuesday to resume his work on the road Eightieth Milestone Mr Henry Clay Jennings one of Lancasters most prominent citizens reached his eightieth birthday last Saturday and a number of friends gathered at his hospitable home to congratulate him and spend a most pleasant evening Mrs Jennings who knows how to prepare a genuine old fashioned Kentucky meal bad arrang ed a delightful spread and those present say they never spent a more pleasant evening Mr Jennings has resided in Garrard all his life and is honored and respected by a very wide circle of friends and acquaintances He is one of the bestposted men in the county and has always been a lover of good literature In fact we doubt in the county is better versed on Shakespeare or other standard works The Record joins in wishing him many more years of good health Three Prayers Three Methodist ministers as they were dining together talked about short prayers A prayer short as it was irrevent said the first was of fered up by a soldier before the battle of Waterloo It was this 0 God It there be a God save my soul if I have a soul That prayer said the second minister resembles one composed by Bishop Atterbury in the early part of the eighteenth century It was a prayer for the soldiers about to engage in battle and it was brief and impressive 0 God if in the day of battle I forget Thee do not Thou forget me The third minister a moment or thought smiled and said When I was a lad I one day dined with two strange aunts They set me at the head of the table and bade me say grace I taken aback for I knew DO grace to say text into my Haled I rattled it off and after it uvei J reiWed tlutit was appropriate eaougb vit was JS1 Lord open Thou ourllps and our mouths shall show forth Thy praise Geo The subject of this sketch was born in Garrard county Dec 19 1828 and was consequently seventysix years of age He bad been in poor health for time but was not considered dangerous until a few days preceding his death He leaves a wife and three grown daughters to grieve for him He leaves also a twin sister Mrs A B Brown to whom he Mrs Baylor Jennings Mrs Collins and A R Jennings all now living in Spencer county He served four years in the Union army lighting the battles of his country and his comrades on the held bear testimony of his valor and courage He was a member of the Fair View church and was one of its most active and liberal spirits Uuncle George as he was af fectionately called was a good man in the truest sense of the wprd a kind husband and a devoted father He has been called to his reward and henceforth there is laid up for him a crown righteousness He served his master wen and his welcome at the Celestial city was a happy one Out of shadow into sunshine He awaits your coming Let us say Rest on dear one rest Rabbits Foot TalK Dare yon walk under a ladder Would you sit thirteen at a table What are your views regarding the opening of umbrellas indoors A Miss Fredsa Lowthers of Belle villa III gave a superstition birthday party on the thirteenth day of the month The first number o n ber papas house is thirteen The young woman invited thirteen couples and sat them thirteen at a side board mirror was cracked Salt was was spilled during the meal and not thrown over the shoulder Umbrellas were raised in the parlor The guests walked under Gifts of pins and edged tools were accepted and a mammywith bluegums a hoodoo on the entire Are you superstitious Do you plant corn or potatoes in the dark of the moon Do you begin many important enterprises on Fri day Dare you turn a shirt after you put It on wrong side out be lieve any good comes from seeing the over your right shoulder Did ever put your on a backs deformity jnetr for luck out manfully womanfully Isnt a human being aay where tent supers about BO potency of afeuckeye tattled la the wartkr 61 of rlitaintitMi batltexkits f tome most after huts E Jennings wasdevotedly Sallie II tableT be comPany Do You you There pas thing t be lief iD tlM J person friendship one Rag popped was some attached ladders negro plated moon hand hunt and who i only asa 1Il t Y f In is We call attention to the f in this issue of Hon John D Carroll for Appellate Judge Judge Carroll who is one of the best lawyers l tbe state is receiving much and his friends say he is a sure winner As the article stateshe eminently qualified the post LIon Court The March term of tbe Circuit Court convened Monday with His Honor Judge W C Bell on the bench In his charge of the grand jury he dwelt on the various violations of the law call ing attention to the duties of the jury and touching up those things which needed especial attention Although be has warmed the Garrard county wool sack for only a few days we have j heard many compliments from both tbe people and lawyers as to his abso i lute fairness and splendid ability as a judge His courtesy to attorneys and litigants has added to his already long list of Garrard friends and The predicts a most satisfactory and pleasant administration by the gentleman Hon Chas Harden the new Commonwealths was on hand and has great ability and splendid skill in looking J after the peoples side of the the trial of those who have violated the laws Mr Harden who is a splen did lawyer is a gentleman who makes it pleasant for those about him and while keeping an eagle eye out for his side of the case is always ready to treat those in the clutches of the law with all fairness Quite a number of little cases have been disposed of and the grand jury ra has buckled down to work like it was going to make the way of the hard The civil business is lighter than in many years and will not amount to a row of pins that is so tar as the picking for the lawyers is concerned ra The juries are as follows b Grand Jury GABowling Fmn J W Woods J W Huffman J G Burnside C S Ballew G B Huffman W N Grow Geo F Brown W G Gooch Ben Hughes Joe H Arnold Jno Stone Petit Jury W H Bland Jno T Holtzclaw Ed Price A R Denny A W Kavanaugh T A Elkln A C Bowling Preston Beck A J Rice JW Farley Becker Tbomps 11111 M Farra Berkele Alex West G THigKinbotham Albert Huffman Walter Fain Sam Preston T B Robinson White Geo A Aldridge Seed Oats at Wards grocery encouragement Circuit Record Mercer W P Dlsbon W T King C JIM N announcement for displayed casein transgressor Ii C Jno Gene j NEW I GOODSi We are now re ceiving our Spring and Summer Goods Full line Dresss Goods in SILKS VOILES EXAMINES and all the NEW WEAVES g in Wash Fabrics B Dry Goods Co I I m 4 1I1i1K I Ig lnlnl1 14 me C1eo e is i o i a THE fij I II1 I c I D Overcoats I must be sold and we are offering them at Ij M Than I We mean what J we If want barr17 fITlOOfNJiletflltll at Juwrke j U t L 1 tr i f k i c c r I 1 1 wa 61eanweep 1 All of our heavy Suits 6oM say and you genuine gains atoll on us 1w H 5 TT7TTTtLlLTi ii4 Get lii The Halt Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co SHIRTS75c Shirt for Only 35c Beginning Saturday the 19th we sell while the stock lasts the best 75cts Shirt ever made at only 35cts We have them in sizes to full length firstclass material Cc me early and get your size See our elegant line of White Goods Hamburgs Lace Curtains Sextette Voiles ShoesI- n fact everything to be found in an uptothe minute store Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED oo o oo ooo o K y N n II I I I It ItnIII 14 17 t II I I A v1 BtJ G IE S N nIWu II 2c Loads Be eived 2I- II u I ltI fKk r- Q Y rKOd riO OvrOveVrrvv lvv C i0i 0 OiGvOav0 i SPECIAL SALE t M t We have the most uptodate line of BUggies Surries Harness See our line get our prices and you will Ibuy ROBIIISOK 5V ij f HIC1EN J 8OJ i 4F f Road Wagons tt t L t t h s M x 4 h rw t LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster JTyrai SccondCla s Mail Matter Lancaster y March 18 In Springfield Ohio where the whites shot to death and hanged the body of a negro last week the people will now doubtless cease to condemn the Kentuckians for handling Rastus when he oversteps his bounds or in other words when hegets out of his place Springfield is the headquarters of The Antiiribb and Lynch Law that meets month ly and never fails to shoot the books Kentucky South when our people bang or burn at the negro fiend who has outraged a wo man or murdered a white man Down this way only the guilty are made to suffer however and no respectable colored man or woman is mistreated in any manner Our good friends over the river should remember that charity begins at home It is gratifying to his newspaper brethren to wonderful support which is rallying to Editor ECSmitb who has announced as a candidate for Congress in the He is the editor of the CarrolltonDem ocrat which paper has labored in and out of for the upbuilding of that section of the State Such a man as Ernest Smith will be an honor to the district and he should and elected The members of the Legislature which adjourned Tuesday were given more big suppers and dinners than any previous body asked to Ret on the outside of The are anxious to know how much all that good grub increased the waist measure of harry McCarty of the Nicholasville Journal It has been shown by the investigation committee that Mormon Prophet Smith has 8 wives Any man who has successfully eight pair of cold feet during the many cold nights of the present exceptionally long winter should be granted a pension by the government It seems that the colleges are going to turn out something beside football and base ball players The guides who will operate the push chairs at the Worlds Fair will be selected from students of the Universities of the United States 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 a bad liver or the hundredand one ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad lirer at the same time must be in fine condition if you would feelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and 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 taro cure for dyspepsia or Indigestion It has been a favorite household reme dy for over thirtyfive years Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liber al supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At lAug FBEACHERSYILLE Dave Thompson has measels Dan Naylor lost by death a fine horse Cleyton Marsee bought a from Henry Miller for 8000 James L Holtzclaw bought a here last week for Lesley Harbor bought some corn from John Stephenson for John Pepples bought a farm on and Lancaster pike for 2550 Mrs Grove Kennedy who has been sick for some time is Mr and Mrs J C Fox has been visit ing relatives at Somerset for al days McGinnIs Sowder and Ballard sold 58 hogs to Henry Traylor 425 per hundredMr Mrs F F Cummins was Mr Sam Holtzclaw and Miss Bessie of Crab Orchard were yisi ting here Sunday Mr Joe F Watters editotof Lincoln Democrat of Stanford was here on business Saturday Jonah Marsee has rented the Joel Holtzclaw house from W H Cummins and will move to the a few A Remedy for Bafele pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Bern edy a favorite with mothers pf It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of or serious It only cures butt when given as asthe croupv cough will prevent the attack For sale by Store 1m jpc r Some jb the foulards are spotted with big mend as large nickel in redand blue west dlgefitibHr belching six ise Stofiaiclr et fHAL REC jlJ 1904 Natl lll stake- a Carrollton district season be were newspapermen Congressional withstood remedy Yonr liver Flowerthe August druggists cow 2200 275 1 I asa il tnij lea I I r s Association into and the seethe nominated successful in all horse Stanford much lmproved sever for familysister daySS Favorite Its the small children other consequences not croup soon appears Friables Drug r waters It With oi ecur Liver Table a1syr P z tzs w 3 tole Mrs Kjlzi iiulluid lias been suffering from an alliick of la MIssSallle Adams her James Leaven last week Messrs Herring Burdett and Henry Brooks left last week Indiana Mrs B F Jennings of Danville visiting her daughter Mrs dam Has elden Miss Minnie Elliott of North Mid dletown is visiting her Dr ElliottThe infant of Mrs Annie Naylor was buried atMt Hebron Monday the 14th inst Mrs Celia Armstrong left last week for Independence Missouri where she was called by the illness of her brother Mr T W Hutchinson of Salvisa and br Elliott will go to Cincinnati in a few days to buy the safe furniture the tank Mr Will Pettus accompanied the body of Dr Traylor to Columbia for burial and is now in Somerset with relativesMiss Bennett of Louisville is expected in a few days to be with Mrs Armstrong another season as trimmer Miss Kate Patton has been confined to her room for several days of roseola and was compelled to dismiss herschool for a few days Mr Hugh Tomlinson has been attending State College Lexington has been visiting his parents Mr Tomlinson and wife Miss Anna Philips tas returned to her home in Stanford after a two weeks visit to her aunt MrsW G Hogan and other relatives Maurice the eight months old son of Mr and Mrs B G Mullins has been seriously ill for several days but is re Quarterly meeting services were held Saturday and Sunday at the Methodist church by the Presiding Elder ilev Simpson The regular pointment will be filled next Sunday the pastor Rev Wlllburn Mr W L Glass our hustling has returned after a weeks stay in Lexington Flemingsburg and oth er points where he went on business During his absence Mrs Glass and daughter Mary Lee visited in Jessamine One of the saddest deaths that has ever occurred in this vicinity was that Traylor which took place Wednesday March 9th He had only been here four years but had made many friends and his loss was almost universally felt not only in his profes sion but also in the church where he was a most earnest and devoted He was a most consistentcbris tian and his influence will long be felt but while his death was certainly a loss to us it will only be his gain as we know he has only gone to receive for which he has so striven TM remains were sent to Columbia to be laid beside his mother there to await the Morn The following resolutions were pass ed Sunday by the Bryantsville Sunday School on the death of Dr G A Traylor which occurred March 8 1904 A Traylor has been suddenly called from our midst into eternity Therefore be it resolved1st we as a Sunday School assembled express our appreciations his Christian character his faithfulness and punctuality in In Sunday School work our feeling of nit J IiU for Is C T Henry wrIting ape by merchant little relatives of Dr G A worker earnestly Resurrect- IOn Methodist Wednesday Dr q of Mr 7fs 7 r- r gripe visited aunts brother who the reward consistent e = lo elites ain realization of ihi vaCJn c 6uiuliy School 2 J That we will endeavor to arid practice the wise cm n ells ho gave us from time to time and bow in submission to this act of Providence f ord and Danville Advocate Rev W D Wilburn W J Ilogan Supt L Ballard Secy More HIotH Disturbances of strikers arc not nearly as crave as an individual disor der of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable j remedy i s immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure j disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as I Electric Bitters Itsa wonderful ton ic and effective nervine and tlfe all around medicine fur run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and ex pals Malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by McRoberts j lin Creeds are but the clothes of religion The truth we live hits to higher truth It Saved 1I1 Leg P A Dansforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running on his leg but 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 25 cts Sold by McRoberts Drug Store1m Flowerincrusled gowns are to be the millinery fad of the new season Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at w ork night and days curing Indigestion Billiouness Constipation Sick Head ache and all Stomach Liver and Bow el troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m the System against Catarrh Hyomel Prevents Colds and Cures Grip and Catarrh Money Back It Falls An ounce prevention is worth a pound of cure A few breaths of Hyomei through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every 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 has a positive action not possessed by any other medicine or treatment It is pleasant and convenient to use simply put 20 drops of Hyo mei Iu tileinhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times a day In this way every particle ofair that enters the lungs is charged with a healing balsam that kills all catarrh germs soothes and allays the irri tated mucous membrance vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a permanent aud complete cure A Hyomei outfit costs only i and contains an inhaler medicine dropper bottle ofHyomei The inhaler lasts a liletime and when more Hyomei is needed extra bot tles can be obtained for Soc R E McRoberts gives his person al with every Hyomei outfit they sell to refund the mon ey ifit does not cure im I Iii lilt 1 ffP- m luhcl lli copledMayme Drug Store t r Ir Protects It o f greatest sore and WWWItfflfflWWflfWflW ORGAN RECITAL I Christian Church Friday Mch 18 Organist Irs J Taylor Lexington Soprano Juliet Gill Lancaster 0 zzoSppraro Iiss Euijiee pousljee Iiexintoi PROGRAM Wedding March Gavotte i Scotson Clark In Paradissum Th Dubois Chorus Praise Ye the Father Gounod TIlE CHOIR March Lefebure Wely I Davis a A Prayer v Abbot b The Sweetest Frower Lieber- c Intermezzo Cavalleria Rust canav Mascagnl MRS ROQEIIS V Narcissus vii V Kevin Y The Lord is my Light Allitsen V Miss FpusHKE Offerj ire V hi li i Read 1 i if jy i Scainmell Cayatiha La Favorita vVi MRS BOQKBS Pedalfeplbr vxi Qldi Z VV H a jMy Redeemer and mrLord b orjuli rpfi ocejIyiBi iiiyvix GbdardI- 1 Mis F6tisHKi8i f 3 hiaiB rt iivViiii Vivivv Whiting i M flits Ashford u I u VOi Celeste i i Kep ook H II 1l J u V jI f t l i JM 4 tFit f f l lff f t tt r mmmmmmmmnrmmm c Rogers r cilia BatlsteOffertory SG Ce r etta 4 m Donizettitro- Y Polonaise Ashford Home Dudley Buck r s R rc6 iS t rIr i yr titer x t PAINT LICK KY Please see our line of before placing your order Every thing new No old stock to work off We are now receiving a large line of Undertakers Goods and will make that line a specialty McWIior H PAINT LICK KY in stock and frame Neatly and promptly X0i0i Y00i0 7 iyf1 0 0 fl 0 Estridge I 1 01Y rrJJYltflI I WJJfflff1fJflJflJfJJJ01 I 6larptluS Iij Ir8 rn Ill Iffil S fB I 0 l10 m 1 1 Estrido BJJ1 n J m ritJ m rrtffiTI1lli ritJ rrtillffiJJrni 7JJ rrtJ rrtf r1We carry Moulding Pictures 1 S Try us M6Rooorts Drug toro e r r f I p- I i YQQ S Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby ve will pay charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de signs on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discovery WITH FOR cOLDS ONSUMPTIONOUGHS Price Free Trial SOc 100 I W Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB ICES or MONEY BACK ct v raunTIIllotfiy SH n I Oliver HudVnlcan Plow I andH Plows k Repiirsfor r JIWI6KfR30N iI t T HEADORTERS Ii FOR 1 Syracuse Siffe above Plows i 7 Rrte 4 Standard Sewing flachines 3500 GTiarranteed Best Light J Running 1 New Century Sewing Machine Vibratory Shuttle Drop Head Worth 3000 to m sell at 2200 10 years Guarrantee J m 2 New Century Sewing Machines j 10 years Guarantee Worth 2500 M sell at 1900 m Will sell at these prices in order to reduce this stock Postleja Opening of Fine Millinery Saturday April 2 We extend a mose cordial invitation to the ladies to visit our store nd examine the prettiest line of Spring and mer Millinery ever brought to Lancaster Make Iy Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store First door below Citizens Bank Danville st lc l V fj 0 0 0 0 0i L0 7 lJ iIvi I S Rotary Shuttle Worth 4500 sell 1 UJdglt I Is f I r 7r W Zi WvZib A wws ZiNyAtrI JA B zazazazazaB m- Irr1J W W a a a iaQlL3J i t r Y r WOMEN p Drop Head to at fl top K 0- C1 Cl C1 C1L 8W Sumst 1- r 3x Q Gossip About People O N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Arc Saulley Hughes spent Sunday Ln CorbinMr T Logan was in Louisville this week Mrs William Gregory who has been quite sick is some better Mrs ML Anderson of Louisville is visiting her old home Miss Curdle IIamilton has gone to Alabama for several months stay Miss Amanda Anderson visited friends at Beuna Vista Saturday Miss Virginia Thompson who has been the attractive guest of Miss Mary Landram Burnside has returned to her home in Frankfurt We invite you to call and p see our display of handsome j goods Every article new and up to date Miss ADA DICKEIISON Pew Stormes Bldg Danville st In- N J Y ffngp C J Dpenllng Wednesday and Thursday m mlJ iTAl MARVEL MIll tiI lry j M t I ggg1J i tare 1 G G aan LOG G- G oj tGo o Ga G LOGJ 0 D Cj c r uv G G 0 Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to Lexington and Louis ville Miss Fannie Doty is in Richmond visiting Misses Mary and Margaret Miller Miss Lillie has returned to her home in Danville after a few days vis it here Mr and Mrs Dee Gulley have rented the Broaddus property on Paulding streetMiss Mary Thompson has returned from a Visit to Miss Bessie Galley of McUrcary Mrs Jesse Arnold has returned from a visit to her sister Miss Pearl Bettis of Lexington A very handsome picture of Master Joseph Rogers appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Miss Margaret Tomlinson will leave soon for a visit to Miss Christine Brad Icy of Louisville Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville is visiting her parents Squire W H Kinnaird and wife Mrs J C Taylor and Miss Eunice Foushee of Lexington will be visi tors heie tomorrow Miss Patterson of Texas is the guest of her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Geor Patterson Mr Parker Gregory and family of Madison county have moved to the Ward property in this city Our old friend Tom Scott of Jessa mine county was here this week and called Record office A splendid likeness o oldest lady citizens appeared in Louisville Tines They were Mrs Susan Ander son Susan and Eliza FarrisMr and Mrs Nathaniel of Kirksviile spent a few days her brother Mr W J Romans Mr Cotton who is one ot The Records great friends made this office a pleasant call Mr and J V Arnold of Middles boro are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little girl who was born at the home of Mrs Arnolds parents Mr and Mrs James Burnside Miss BetsyeBroaddus Kirksviile who has been the popular and guest of Mrs A W Lawson for several weeks called home Satur Noel four Cotton with t at The Mrs Price Mrs Mrs attractive was e Biggest line of Buggies Surries Runabouts Etc io Lancaster stock and getqur prices Complete line of double and single Buggy HVtne o nrBiiraesFy Names Collars Tads Chains Etc ROMANS EL r ic i OJ ever brought See our Lines e f 5 1 it I ll U f ilrtdiliuti was a few days tills week to tie bedside of her Brother who is sick of pneumonia Elder I M Tinder was called to Car lisle Tuesday totxmduct a burial Miss Bettl e Anderson has been quite ill of rheumatism but is better MrWillBampbell of Ificholasville lias been with Mr Burnside for several days Sue Doty and handsome daugh ter Miss Mary have been guests of Mrs Susie K Leavell of Ohio day evening and took charge of Miss Dickcrsons trimming room Miss Lena Rigney will attand there ception at CampbellHagerman Lexington Friday night Messrs Barton and Kirkspatrick of Chicago have been guests of Mr and Mrs G M Patterson Richmond The many friends of Miss Alice Ross will be glad to know she has re turned and will take charge of the trimming room in the Logan Milll nery department Mrs Logan and Ross have re turned from the city with beautiful line and Summer millinery and cordially invite their friends to call and inspect stock Louisvilla Times Miss Ella Vandi ver gave an informal reception last Thurday evening Music was the most principle feature of the evening Miss Vandiver will be the guest of Miss Mattie McCormack of Paint Lick during the summer Business and Bargains Chicken feed for Banks Hud son tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 3 4tf Seed Oats at Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale 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 130 gold fish just received tf J C Thompson Calladiums and tuberose and bulbs tf JO Thompson The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the 25tf Smith Currey Agts Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 81 1030tf Potts Bros Silver spoons 36o sets to select from Also new souvenir spoons tf Thompson the Jeweler Wanted Good 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 a line of the freshest and best cakes ever brought to Lancaster tf Currey Vavidson Lime Black Diamond and Cement Cash Cheap H B Northcott 342t I am in the market for hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill of the Duncan JR M West 3 4tf Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville flor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 18tf Notice All holding claims or accounts against the estate of Theo Currey Sr will please present same to rey Jr properly proven and sworn to Mrs Theo Currey Admx FOP Sale JL will sell my property on Leafing ton street a twostory dwell ing necessary outbuildings place contains 17 well and well improved For further particulars call on Theo Currey Jr Msr Theo Currey To points in Montana Waling ton Oregon 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 Ey 407 Trac Bldg lApr Notice to School Trustees The School are now ready for distribution of the Board ot Trustees of the various districts will please call at rayoffice and get the census for the ensuing school year as must be on or the of April 1904 it Is the duti the to see that this and the chairman fails one of the other trustees Will atte a tfoJt itr Worth 18000 i 1 t W J day bliss arrivedTues avenue ofSpring Banks We For Sale 0 6L room Che pRates Qt all j p iiif r raid AMr3 N 10i a here very some today Walker Mrs Belm College Miss the sale furniture have Portland warehouse Theo Cur gild atl The acres watered all and British Lion Cincinnati Ohio census Chairmen list the census taken about first day trustees isdone In- case o ntp y Fria ciuvar aad titet geed tveaal8 BwltrH deoa 2 M e h- T Y NEW DRY GOODS Our Spring stock practically all in now and ready for your inspectipn We have endeavored to eclipse all previous Spring lines in both quantity and variety The first selection is always the best and we urge as early a vis it as possible as can see everything that we are show ing There are an unusually great number of really new thing out as well as a revival of several old favorites Tailor VLade Suits We are showing over 125 new ManTailored suits from 15 to 35 representing the very latest ideas and best tailoring to be New York While we have paid more attention to the style fit and tailoring of these suit the prices will be found more reasonable than the same high grade work is sold anywhere We have about 25 Sample Suits in size 34 and 36 that we bought at 13 less than price Ask to see these Separate Skirts Walking Skirts in all the latest materials and colors and correct shapes Made by the best of man tailors Fit correctly and hold their shape Price 300 to 1000 Long skirts made of Voiles Twines Etamines Pan ama Mohairs Broadcloths etc at very price from 400 to 2500Silk Shirt Waist Suits Beautifully made of fine soft finish Fancy Taffettas at 1650 and 1875 Prices are very little more than the silk alone will cost you Silk Waists Crepe de Chene Waists in solid black and white at 375 Tailored Peau de Soie waists in black only at 375 and 5 Dainty white Waists made of pure Habutai wash silk at 250 3 350 and up Black wash Habutai Silk Waists at 350 Very handsome Silk and Crepe Waists from 6jtp 1350 Dress Goods We have the largest assortment of popular thin Black Wool Dress Goods in Central Kentucky These were imported direct and saved two profits and they will be found excellent values Chiffon Voiles Twines Eolians Paris in black white and colors at all prices iBlack white and faricy Mohairs and Secillians at SOC to 450 Natural Pongee at 75c gbc and r Genuine Habutai Silk in white and from 500 a yard up Black waterproof Habutai at 75c Yard wide black Taffeta at 750 i and 125 Fancy for Shirt waist suits at 650 up Best Corded Wash Silk at 350 Fin Goods We have over 500 pieces of New Wash Goods but can mention only a few here Printed Silk Muslins in Organdy patterns at 2gc worth spc French Organdies at 3oc 4oc and Soc in a great variety of designs Printed Nets at 750 Silk stripe linish color Batiste at IgC Hundreds of heavier wash fabrics at locto SOC yardi all the latest and best ideas of the MILLINERY OPENING Pegins Tuesday Mch 22 We will have the best shpwing of Trimmed Hats we have ever made y you had4n popular Crepe d Sills Taffe- tas pieces 5 oG5aG5a GSG5aor Daneville Elegant 1 black and r Jash of season I CC G ia m ftiIiIilli rnf J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries 3 Harness tf We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bras 00 eO 0O000 OQ0O0X fcSCKXXKX This year the ROYAL TAILORS of are giving Automobiles to their Your chance is as good as the next mans For further particrlars call on J C HEMPHILL I have tlif most elegant line of Merchant Tailoring I have ever hail Call and examine I would like to your order for an Easter Suit be ed us the wants of the trade and how to secure the best bargains so come to us for the Correct Styles at Reasonable Prices OPENING SATURDAY APRIL 2ND SALLIE D T1LLET OUR MMw SHTIIEIT Has been largerthan 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 mttrmnj tfmmmrumnrrff ln wagons m m mrnmm B E E 10 AUTOMOBILES FREE Chicago customers OOOOOC OOC OCCOOC ii dOurI F JOE c SALE I1 I I t nt a t H IN Nf IN H11N ri N N N11N N NIN IN IN IH f1N r R gets a a 3a i Fs r e s fRltlllE S DRUG STORE B Stands tDread and very good bread if the bread i Our brtad can be relied lipon as puch cup defender jaellance bOUghtt l h iIiiiioi roc 1 i 4ltor x i ie r CuriDaYIdSODS t lathe d K STONE Gabe Preston sold to several parties corn at 300 Mrs M A Sanders sold some corn at 3 per barrel C W Mitchell and C M Moberly are on the sick list Wm Whitaker bought of Geo Grow a horse for 80 Lem Teater sold a work horse to Joe Ray at 100 Mr Lewis Burdett will start a at his home on Poor Ridge Mrs Hiram Ray visited her daugh ter Mrs S L Sanders last week Miss Sallie Lou Myers of Lancaster visited in our community last week Mr George Baney of Madison his brother J H Raney last week Effle the little daughter of Mr Rot ert Preston is very sick at this wri ting Wolford Raney of Fallis Henry has been visiting relatives hereH Fowler is seriously ill with Kan sas fever but 1 think he will soon re cover Samuel Duncan and wifevisited Jas Johnstons family at High Bridge F N bought of Wm Fayne a bunch of hogs at 330 per hundred pounds Frank Folger delivered his crop of tobacco at Lancaster last week at 8c roundMrs Growe and children spent part of last week with her lather C MitchellMisses Preston Ida andMic nie Teater were the guests of the Misses Sanders Sunday Miss Monta Noel Lick was the guest of Misses Ida and Dell Ray last Saturday and Sunday We are glad to see our friend W H Land getting around so well he says he feels like a sixteen year old boy Mr Ephraim Anderson and Mrs Peachie Grow visited her W Scott at Nicholasville last Saturday and Sunday BUCKEYE Mrs Will Jones entertained a few friends Saturday evening Brown Dickerson spenta few days Cincinnati last weekand purchased a large stock of goods Misses Cora Long and Myrtle Hen dren of Madison were with Mrs Dr Perkins Saturday and Sunday Mrs Emma Manford of Swallo wfield Ky is visiting her mother Mrs Ellen Littrell who Is better at this writing Rev Bozeman of Louisville wit preach here the 4th Sunday He is said to be a good preacher and a large audience should greet him The sad newsreached here Saturday of the death of John Murphy of Clear Water Kan Mr Murphy was born in this county over seventyfive years ago and lived here until about twenty years ago when ha and family moved to Kansas Mr Murphy will ever be remembered by a host of friends here who extend deep sympathy to his lovee ones Proper Treatment of Pneumonia is too dangerous a dls ease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although he may have the remedies at band A physician should always be called It should be borne in mind however that pneumonia al ways results from a cold or from an at tack of the grip and that by giving Chambcfrlains Cough Remedy the threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off This remedy is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also druggist says of it I have selling Chamberlains Cough and prescribing it in my prac tice tot tbe past ilk years fuse It in cafles of pneumonia a d baye always jcottwitke best results SoWbjFrlg ties Drug Store Iw I grocery I i ofPalnt I I DrW bee i t CfyrcK Y t visited recently I brother- S j Fieuoaia 7 1 3 I I 1J i p A t tiI t i z in ten thousand may have the to indulge her taste for outdoor The nine thousand nine hun ro fiJianJIW opportunity morts drand ninetynine others must remain shut in to a sort of perpetual slavery from which there is no escape It is these women who most from diseases and who when they are cured and made by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription are to point the way of health to some other sufferer WI do not wonder that call your the Favorite Prescription the it has been to me Bertha Ebbets Treasurer YoungPeoples Society Church residing at 1600 East joth Street Kansas Mo Was so weak and sick I could raise having con stant backache and headache Two of Dr Pierces medicine made me a well woman and since then it has been Fa vorite Prescription too Hare advised a who were suffering to use it and haw b that it helped all without exception Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulcer ation and cures female weakness It is unequaled as a tonic for rundown wornout women Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y shut in womanly medicine of Christ n head has pp Address v C B c c s s Look At These Figures Some of those business men who say advertising does not pay should ponder over the following figures which sums are paid annually for in newspapers alone not on fence post program and other but in bona flde newspapers this American Tobacco Company 1000 000 Dr Pierce 750000 C I Hood Co 750000 Peruna Company 500 000 Castorla 500000 National Company 500000 Force Food Company 500000 Proctor Gamble Ivory soap 500000 Lydia Pinkham 350000 Scott Browne 320000 Royal Baking Power 250000 Total 6450000 Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured William Shafier a brakeman of Dennison Ohio was confined to bis bed for several weeks with rheumatism I used many rem edies he says Finally Isent to McCaws drug store for a bottle 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 Seed Oats at Wards grocery All persons having claims against the estate of the late J S Underwood are hereby notified to verify them to law and file them with or attorneys Jas I Hamilton and W I Williams Lancaster on or before April 1 1904 B L Underwood 3 ll3t Adm J S Underwood Have started my mill and will have on hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right Carter 1113tf Cartersville Ky PUBLIC SALE FINE SUBURBAN HOME NEAR DANVILLE KY I will sell at public auction on tba premises on Thursday April 7th 1904 at 2 oclock p m my home place situ ate in Boyle Co Ky about mile from Danville on Pleasant Hill Turn pikeThe place contains 36 acres of fine land and all in grass exceptthe garden It is well watered by a branch and a never failing spring from which is piped to the dairy and to troughs is on tbe place a frame dwell ing bouse of 8 rooms servants rooms carriage houses large barn and other houses It is unusually well supplied with large and small fruits grapes and berries Considering its proximity to the town of Danville it is a fine place for any one wanting a bright and cheerful suburban home It is unusually well located and arranged for a FruitDairy and Garden Farm Terms of Sale i cash and balance in 1 2 and 3 years with interest from day of sale payable Will he glad to show place to or give information This Fox3tTo the Voters of Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of theCourt of Appeals from District came my duty to a number of cases which become apart of the States history and at amost critical time of the State Fiscal Court It fell to lot to the Statutes adopted to put force the provisions of newCone stltutlon as well as to thepresent Constitution whenever a con arose as to its Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the of my court touching the rights of corporations the of under the law How well Ihave discharged my duties under such circum is left to you to determine Iwill be very all who feelthey can e to secure the bigh petition a iloce to which c e t advertising Biscuit Inflammatory Notice according Lumber FM t anyone by the DemocraticbaV rue ersy cOB MpI e11 i c a fake- dRea Si a- my tihe- ater semiaanuall s udge fra grateful to assist 1 reeectfully 212tf CATEX i 10i 1 Jumes liange sold uliursc lu Juliii Yanderppal for 100 Mr Alex Dean bought a work horse from Robert Montgemery for 05 Mr Jeamie Vanderpool sold a nice saddle horse to Samuel for 100 Mr and Mrs B McMillen are very much pleased over the arrival of a fine girlMeasles whooping cough roseola and mad dots are raging in this lo cality Master King of Stony Point is with his grand father Mr Q W Thompson Miss A E Scott began a select school at Bourne last Monday with a good attendance The little daughter of John Vander pool is very low with measles and pneumonia Hermann Scott of Burgin spent Tuesday night with his grand mother Mrs EF Scott The infant of Mr Annie Naylor and wife died at its home near here last Saturday afternoon The little child of Wm Benge of Wilmore was interred in Mt Hebron cemetery last Saturday afternoon Mr SoloiflonChilders accompanied by his neice Miss Minnie Lou returned to his home in last week Mr Samuel Duncan wife and sister Miss Hattie spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives aC Wilmore and attended church at that place Do It Today The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you cm do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gl ing for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO DAY and let that remedy be Dr Bos cbees German Syrup which has been in use for over thlrtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly re your cough or cold and its use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread con sumption has attackad your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 Aug NINA Corn is selling at 250 and some as high as 300 per bbl Mr Silas Creech was called to Lin coln county last week on account of the severe illness of his aged father who died on tie 9th and was buried on the 10th at the Paint Lick cemetery Little Mary Wheeler is slowly im roving from a severe attack of The trustees of school district No 10 are fixing to dig a cistern at the school house Cistern builders would do well to see them if they want the job Mr Joe Simpson is making arrange ments to build a dwelling house in our townMr J W Hager who once lived here but for the past three years has ed at Buckeye has pulled stakes and has come back as cheerful as of yore Mrs Malinda Ross has been quite sick for some days Mr J T Jackson our clever merchant has been to the cities and purchased a nice well assorted of dry goods which he will sell at reasonable prices Brother W T Watson still continues poorly but we hope however that he will yet pull through and be restored to bis many friends a well man Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W of Pleasant City Ohio Pneu monia bad played sad havoc with him and a terrible dough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings NewDiscovery for and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store Price Trial Bottles free 1m BLUE GRASS NURSERIESSPRING Trees by the Million Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vinesRhubarbSmail fruits r and every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden and General Cata logue on application No agents Both pbones 279 H HilkMMeyer 8 I I t 6 Willie Montgomery Illinois continued trouble rheumatism r sid and Watkins Consumption SOC LOO t I 1 Fruitand c u- e t jIi 1i J1 1 1t i WrI13li9N eve line Strawberry F LEX1NGTONJ- yet r 1 Z j k s E u Doolin is ublo to be out ajjnln 1J itw Sa3Ic has about recover ed from a severe case of rosaola Edward Grow visited friends and relatives at this place last week Miss Minnie Jackson of Bryantsville visiting her sister Mrs Elisha Forbes Mr and Afrs Will Lackey and son John visited Sis parents last Sunday- A large crowd gathered at the New church last Sunday to M Tinder of your city preach Misses Ida and Dell Ray Minnie Gulley and Lucy Dickerson of were visitors of Mrs Porter Wear en last Sunday Mr Harris Turner and bride who have been visiting his sister Mrs Will Broaddus returned to their home in Peora 111 last week Mrs Charlie Peel and two children who have been spending the winter with Mrs Almira Wearen have return ed to their home in Illinois Mr Marshal Sutton and Miss Nora Doolin drove to Danville last Wednes day accompanied by Mr Henry Ray and Miss Carrie Doolin and were and returned to Beazleys where a nice supper awaited them PAINT LICK McWhorter Estridge Paint Lick have a car load of Northern White Seed Oats which they will sell at 53 cents a bushel 3 4tf- B L Jennings is showing a beauti ful line of dress goods tt For Carpets Mattings Window shades Poles Stair Carpet Curtains etc try B L Jennings tf Collars Pads Gear and Garden tools at Jennings tf I J 1 Antioch Buckeye married MrRoy R L UOIliIKAbT Ethyl beard F I fj f0 T y DJvesjiaed Pa mln Ii licit Mosssiiytr TJi o Jar Q mass nieethiif held In the court how c here Muiilay bv the fanners f G ra vi K county is an iudicatiou of the feeling among them on the tobacco situation This meeting developed two things One is that only about one half crop of tobacco should be planted this year and the second that the farmers should not be in too big a rush to sow their present crop at the present low prices They are more convinced than everthat there will soon be a demand for it and that the farmers all over the dark tobacco district should hold on to it as long as possible before the present low trust prices The farmers are in favor of diversi fied crops and will try the experiment more this year than ever before Many will plant at least onehalf of their tobacco land in cotton and other pro ducts which will pay them better than tQbacco and at the same time cut the tobacco drop short ANNOUNCEMENTSFor are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of llerccrConnty as a candidate for Congress In the District to succeed lionG G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Your support is earnestly tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAYDI sox aa a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney eulject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Galley is a candieate for SUP of Public Schools in Garrurd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun ty Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratic party i We solicited taking 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 WHISKV Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of 10yearold absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for 320 and pay all Express charges to your nearest office Or we will send you One Gallon of our six abso lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for 1150 a twogallon jug in box 475 a threegallon jug in box 700a 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 have tried it you dont find all our claims true you are at liberty to return it at our expense We will paycharges both ways and return all your money even to tbe price of your postage You shant lose one cent by trying our goods if we full 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 IN IHHWINTBR TIME OOOD PUREj express yearold alter you j III Removal Sale t i 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 call at II once new for J 1 f r 5 THE I OV LANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A v to 3 P if Call early N CHK FOX STUD 4 t a h p Takes Up As Eitiay- A redheifercalf about five or six sths old Has been in Lowell since bout INt of January Owner can ave aiase hr prevlag property and aylagali iPtei J ALSIP1I 344rij ezvS ills 1 w BBKA zf n C FAJUS j 1 BaParisOMie ecs see saavas e S u 4 45 5 01 fS- t n 7 f di EfiNt SIXTH AND MAL STREETS EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT GOLDEN DISCOVERY POSTED our lands for hunting fishing or any of the law BrosEdveil N liAudersonlt A Milt Ward Vm Lear T Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs J II West W R Cook WhiteLJas R Henry Mrs Gill W A Burton P D Walden J C Hemphill Leslie Harbor Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneelcr E Dunn sister C W Mitchell I THE warningprosecute FergusonHenry LawsonDavidlrs r DRPI I I t S The Ship of Health that brings you gltwd tidings Get the Habit Take Life Plant And Get Well Rheumatism Catarrh and all blood diseases quickly and permanently cured by LIFE PLANT the greatest blood purifier and tonic to the medical world All diseases arise from impure blood Cure the blood and you cure the dis ease That is just what Life Plant does Our guarantee is NO PAY Then Why Suffer Longer Colllmvood Ohio Nov 19 1901 Lire Plant Company Canton O to that I feel that your medicine Is a wonderful blood purifier At least It done a great deal for me Will you send my lather four bottles Send them toscljO Yours trcl y ANTHONY L NIXON Church Manufactured ouly by LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO CURENO I l 1 E say line I astor M LEWIS Y President LEAYELL I For Business Good Employment and Success CtJy l4 4f iJOHngfJtOp1 Cit warro FOrt FULL INFORMATION I st CAt Union Rational Baaj Csildiag LOUISVillE KY iismess Coll THOS E TURNER I CHASG HARRIS f MANAGERS 1 If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for SI 00 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MAP 16 4 r M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4C 4 C5 Medium to good shipping steers 4 Si 4 10 Choice butcher steers 4 00 4 23 Medium to good butchers 3 DO 3 75 Common to medium butchers 3 OC 3 40 Good to choice feeders a 75 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 50 3 Good to extrn stock steers 3 50 35Common to medium stock steers 2 50 3 50 Good to choice stock heifers 2 75 3 00 Common to medium stock heifers 2 5C 2 75 Plain light mixed stockers 1 75 2 25 Medium to good bulls 2 5C 3 CO Choice veal calves 5 50 Common to medium calves 3 50 4 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 5 Medium packers 160 to 2JO Ibs 5 ft Choice light ship 120 to ICO Ibs Choice pigs 90 to hiD ibs 4 f0 Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 4 25 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 4 75 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extrn shipping sheep 3 75 250 3 50 Common to medium 2 CO 2 50 Bucks 2 00 3 CO Extrashipplng lambs 5 50 Beat butcher lambs Common tatlendlambs 400 4 50 Old Newspapers For Sale at The Record Office 1 5 fj 50 w 400 Fairtogood 55 OP 4 g z The National BankOF LANCASTER KY f CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DBNKT President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Bobinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Q v v v v v v v v v v v v v w Z493 g 2 0 2 0 5 Robinson 2tor 2- Jb 2 0 t t a IVice Pre J S Ronrssox ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fco000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O BICJNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis T Leavell J S Boblnsonr B P Hudson Potts and Exchange Potts Proper Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cot Wheat apftSlien on deposit A SPECIALTY Stormes block Danville aye IJ J Walker T M Arnold e S 4 42 t oO 5 Flour Feed Store John H 5 Manutacurer otatdealer In High Grade Flour and Meal Gra ham Flour S Screenings Wheat Rye corn Oats CrushedGorn Seed zed Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash Per Seed Pop iced Meal Seeds Hay Strawa jY5V 9- EXcRANJ3yBUSINESS The Central Record Lancaster Ky March 18 1904 SUPPLEMENT Land Stock Crops See The Record about your horse 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 tf A Simpson county farmer boasts of a sow that has given birth to four of pigs within two years forty eight in all He has received 1240 for the produce of this one sow in that time and claims it to be a record breakerReports in exchanges from all over the tobacco growing section of Ken lucky show that growers are prepar ing to plant an enormous crop of to bacco this year If it is a favorable season that will certainly mean lower prices on tbe crop next year It will not be good policy to depend upon the tobacco crop alone Joe Hisle moved this week from the Levee to the farm on Winchester pike which he rented of J W Haggard of Clark county W W Wilson bought 36 1100 pound cattle of J C Foggat Sterling SentinelDemo At a sale in Ohio last week draft geldings coming 4 years old sold to feeders at 200 to 9285 a head When feeders can afford to pay such prices for horses for market there is nothing wrong with the draft horse business But there were no stunted colts in the bunch that sold for these figures- J W Parrish of Midway on it the leading tobacco growers of Central Kentucky has just closed a deal with the Continental Tobacco Company i disposing of his entire crop of tobacco amounting to 400000 pounds at Hie per pound The transaction aggre gated 145000 Tbe pure seed bill of Congressman Trimble to prevent tbe mixing and adulterating of blugrass orchard grass and clover seeds with cheap for eign seeds is arousing tbe farmers to speedy action Mass meetings and conventions have been held in many counties Strong resolutions were passed in tnese meetings condemning the fraud that is being practiced on the farmer by unscrupulous dealers mlxing and adulterating these seeds In former times says a writer in a farm paper a cattle feeder could ride a single day in his own neighborhood and get together a bunch of steers that at maturity would equal the best Illinois or Iowa cattle now sent to Chicago for the Christmas markets A present he would ride for a year and return home empty banded Sooner or later these conditions will perhaps right themselves for farmers must realize in tbe end that it costs no more to produce a good calf than a mean and that tbe demand for good ones is absolutely unlimited for ones there is absolutely no place To be a practical farmer one must look after tbe small details One will advantage of disagreeable weath when be cannot work out of doors to mend and oil all of the farm gear see the double and single trees are all in good shape with clips all right see that his plows have sharp points and harrows sharp also keep his stock in good flesh so they will be strong ana ready to do a full days work as soon as tbe weather will permit Then when the first day comes you can plow and put in a whole days work While the careless impractical farmer is getting ready and many times he will go to the field with his gear tied up with strings his chains tied with wire clips loose on double and single trees and many times will have to stop in the middle of tbe field go to the house for strings to tie hIs gearor wire to tie his chains or nails to clips Nothing can be saved by and desired litters t460 hit rat whatever sue fasten selfishness t r r if one meant J t jake r 3 a 1 t Your Praise It Improve it Talk about it Write about it Trade at home Be public spirited Take a home pride in it Tell of its business men Remember it is your home Tell of its business resources Tell of its natural advantages Trade and induce others to trade hereWhen strangers come to town use them well Dont call your best citizens frauds and imposters Support your local institutions that benefit your town Look ahead of self when all the town is to be considered Help your public officers do the most good for the most people Dont advertise in the local paper to help the editor but advertise to help yourself Dont forget you live off the people here and you should help others as they help you Town 1 Kelp JUNSE Mr and Mrs Thomp Ramsey are over the arrival of a daughter christened Lucile Ramsey Mr and Mrs Jacob White have been guests at Capt Dotys Mrs Gaines Henderson is improving Miss Fannie Ross and Mr Lee Gasti neau were married at the home of tbe bride Wednesday Mr Claude Spill man and Miss Nannie Ross attended them Mr and Mrs Ed Newland are visiting her parents Dont Walt Til Rush Begins As Spring approaches of course you will want some papering done It would be a good idea to see Milton Sneed now and have him do your work before tbe rush begins He is better prepared than ever to do the very best work You know him and know that what he contracts to do he always does satisfactorily Milton Sneed is the man to get tf Truth has many robes but only one face rejoicing PARLOR MILLINERY STORE Opening Day I will be ready to show all the newest styles in Millinery in Dress and Ready ToWear Hats Prices to suit all Make this store your headquartersO- ne door below Citizens Bank Danville st MRS JNO F LEAR THE SATURDAY APR 21 Paradise Regained I loved my love with a deep deep love Which words could never tell I yearned to own my precious dove In with her to dwell But when I told her Im too poor To ask a girl to wed She answered Oh Im not so sure I Then blushingly she said If you love ate and I love you Why longer then dolayt Lets find a room that holds but two And move right in today I Since happiness all we with Well get a cozy nest With a folding bed and a chafing dish And Love will do the rest Topics T J Hatcher the Danville stage care Leave articles and orders at McRobert drug store He has a good rig and will carry passengers rates 219tf bUss at revs ana ole Town packages Tonguetwisters Try repeating these sentences over as fast as you can and as many times as you can See how your tongue gets twisted and how it makes you laugh Imcopper bottoming it maam Six thick thistle sticks Flesh of freshly fried flying fish Two toads totally tired tried to trot TedburyGive Jims great Kilt gig whipStrict strong Stephen Stringer slickly six sickly silky snakes She stood at the door of MrsSmltbs fishsauce shop welcoming him in 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 snared Fair Line1904 She Mist Nave lent a Ketockiai Where are you going my pretty maid To the Worlds Fair at St Louis sir she said mydearOver the Henderson Route of course said she Why over that road do you go he said For Free Reclining Chair Cars sir she said And where flies this Palace of Trav el said he From Kentucky through Evansville in St Louis said she You seem to be pleased with that line be said They are Good Service originators- sir she said Im traveling another route tis as good he said Youll have to show me kind sir she said All lines look alike to me he said I can only see one The Henderson she said I need a helpmate my dear said he Wont you travel to St Louis my wife with me I doubt not a helpmate you need said she But the Henderson Route Comfort me Then will you not come my way be said No anydayIs the choice of routes worth more than my love said he No but the CHOICEST of Routes is dear sir said she How then can I wed you fair maid he said Get the Henderson Route habit first she said MORAL TO MEN This lady was undoubtedly accustomed to the best and would have no other you would wedded and happy be Get The Henderson Route Habit Tis a good habit to acquire ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky 1904 Wlrlds Linefor ThereforeIf Y N Leave Laauatsr Traits No10 j 6U 1La No21 J 10400 lAY No22 2201x No11 Basra Time la eSeetNov For Richmond Winchester Lexln ton Cynthia COY Ington Cincinnati etc Paris Carlislens For Stanford Junction Leba mm Louisville Crab Orchard Mt CorbinFor Richmond and intermediate staUOM For Stanford and way stationsI Trains run daily except Sunday Above10 stop at all sea oas tagged ravixowhey