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THE CENTRAL RECORDKY FRIDAY MARCH 25 1904 rn u ter r 1 N t ooTzzRTpA LANCASTER 1 M A AH I H HflHI HI19 P b 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 do bet ter roofing work than we do GUTTERING Our facilities for putting up enable us to do the very best of work REPAIRINGWe pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are right BEAZLEY CO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to business JEW DRESS GOODSIf new Spring dress call at our store We have all the new goods such as Voiles Tweeds Mo hairs Suitings Lin ings Braids But 8 v Trimmings Laces Etc r a large line ofwash All kinds of pro duce wanted R L JENNINGS Paint Lick 1 y I 11 guttering R J A 7E R ton Also r t t I t is s I 0 H r k l JF1ASELPE- t t K j r t 1 04000 ft 4r 15 Law r 1 fr K t roadse 1 a I Yc y r 1fwYR 3 s 15 0f Local Interest County court Monday Get out the garden tools Work at the lv P lodge Friday The usual cry The peach crap is killed is now due A number of fine horses will be on exhibition Monday Judge Shugars says trade is poor in his court The small boy will soon be digging his bait getting ready for Saturday Better let the garden alone for a few weeks Wait till you are that there will be no more snow Dr Pearce will till his pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morning The Epworth League will meet in at usual hour The milliners have a beautiful line of spring goods and the ladies have been Hocking to see the displays See announcement of openings Deputy County Clerk Ed Doty went out to Dix river one afternoon last week and bagged eight or ten snipe a bird very rare and scarce in this local ity They are hard to shoot but is one of Garrards best shots Attorney E L Davidson has moved his ofllce to room formerly occupied by Col John W Miller while Master Com missioner where he will be glad to see his old friends and any new ones hay ing legal business to be looked after No clew has been found in the Ruck er assassination at Danville and it looks as if the guilty will go unpun ished The officers have done ailthat humans can but with absolutely noth ing to work on it was a fruitless task Millinery Opetilng Noel Sisters have their Spring of Pattern hats Saturday March 26 1904 Miss Lilly invites her old friends and customers of Lancaster to come over to Danville and see their elegant display Mrs Florence Bacon of Boston Mass is here this week getting a class in physical culture Mrs Bacon is one of the best teachers try and our people have a rare oppor tunity to take instructions from her She is stopping at the New Mason tel A Pleasant Evening The Preachersville Masonic Lodge which entertained a number of Lan caster brethren recently came down Tuesday and attended a meeting of Lancaster Lodge 104 Supper was served at theMasonllotel after which the lodge meeting was held during which a candidate was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason The supper was served at the regular hour and in the manner in which Masons delight that is without any blow or parade The usual cut and dried tiresome and windy speeches were ruled out A Good Lodge A number of local Knights of Pyth ians attended the district meeting at Stanford and report a most delight ful visit Taken all round Stanford has one of the best K P lodges in the state It is composed of the best men in that section every one a gentleman one with whom you feel it an honor to be seen Few lodges succeed in keep ing out an occasional black sheep and we congratulate Diadem Lodge on her successful resolution to keep the bars up against the element It is the only way to maintain a good lodge as all experienced lodge men will say even- Ing unusually convinced afternoon Ed- t Opening in thecoun Ho- I burr taU t Millinery Opening April 1 and 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Will be Here Monday Mr A E Hundley writes that he will be here Monday with the celebrated stallion Kentuckys Artist and will exhibit him on the streets Ken tuckys Artist has attracted attention of the horsemen from all over the state and his presence Monday will be enjoyed by all lovers of fine horse flesh Pat Gives Good Excuse When a jury in the circuit court brought in a verdict Tuesday it read that the defendant be confined in the Pen for such a length of time etc Judge Bell soon noticed the abrevia tion and called the foreman Henry Patterson and asked why it was done An abreviation will not do in a ver dict said he Well replied Hen ry vour honor there was not a on the jury who could spell peniten tiary and we had to abreviate it Circuit Court The present term of court is by far the smallest in volumn of business of any held in recent years There were some suits on the dockets but none of interest to the general public The dockets have been pretty well cleared the juries doing most excellent work and sticking the screws the small fry criminals Aaron Smith and Hen Wallace were sent to the penitentiary for one and two years respectively for housebreaking which were all the penitentiary convictions The case against Jno Metcalfe for killing his brother was continued until next court on account of the illness of Col Welch one of the attorneys Will Accomplish Much Good The Record whose chief aim is to assist in bringing about that which is best for the community wishes to ex press its great delight at the good re suiting from the musical entertain ment at the Christian church last Fri day People will seek amusement and pleasure and it Is the dutyof the Christian people to put in their reach that which will uplift and lead people to better lives Such entertainments as the organ recital and the beautiful singing bing people to the church who would not attend otherwise and as it is this class for whom the church should reach out the music will serve to accomplish something which nasal ways been a proposition to the minis ters We congratulate lion and especially Bro Tinder upon this spirit to not only bring mere plea sure to regular attendants but en courage those out in the world to come to the sanctuary Cant Equal Richmond Mr John S Marrs the clever at the here a few days recently and the friends of his old home by blowing about Richmond II e seemed to have gone back on his old home as every thing mentioned here could not come up to what we have in Richmond Richmond is one of the best towns on the map but the boys could not stand for Marrs lay ing it over Lancaster so set about to fix it with him He was stop ping at the Mason Hotel and the Owen Shugars sent a servant to Dix River and had him catch a large mud turtle The turtle was placed in Marrs bed That night he retired about 11 oclock and shortly after came running through the into the office clad only in a short night shirt and yelling at the top of his voice My gawd Run up and see what tis in that bed he gasped Mr Sbugars accompanied Marrs back to the room Look look what is that pleaded Marrs That Oh that is nothing but a Lancaster bed bug calmly replied Shugars Oh is it said Marrs why didnt you say so We have em so much larger in Rich mond that I did not know what it i i 2 JUan to the con grega surprised hans was J clerks Hotel Glyndon proprietor The Loyal Legion will meet at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Eld F M Tinder will preach at ChrIs tian church next Lords day on the following subjects 1045 The church a Spiritual Force 715 The Dignl ty of Labor The Ladies Aid Society will have an exchange at the Post Ofllce afternoon All kinds of country produce will be on hand at low prices Fresh butter eggs old ham jowls and in fact anything in the eating line These exchanges will be held every Saturday until further notice 326tf Big Athletic Tournament The Lancaster Athletic Association is completing arrangements for the largest tournament ever held in Cen trot Kentucky and indications point to a most successful meeting There will be no restrictions and teams may work in all the ringers they please to so some lively contests will beseen The dates are June 22 23 and 24 Full particulars and details will be given in next issue of The Record Handsome Souvenir Senator George T Farris has our thanks for a pretty calendar and souv enir of the recent Legislature It contains a list of members of the pictures of all the presidents of the United States and last but by uo means least a handsome photo of the Senator No member of the Senate did harder or more faithful work than did Senator Farris and those who want honest legislation and especial ly those who are opposed to whiky appreciate his valiant services The temperance people owe him a debt of gratitude and we believe they tulle appreciate his good work Business Change When the statement Tom Walker has sold his hardware store was passed around this week there were expressions of regret that the clever gentleman and his popular son and partner John were to retire from business in our city They have the large establishment for several years and enjoyed a large They were leaders in every move for improvement and always cheerful and liberal contributors to any move for the towns betterment They will return to farming and we sincerely trust will continue as of Lancaster The stock was purchased by Messrs Robt L Elkin of this city and J R Mount of Cov ingtou The new firm is composed of experienced business men and their success is a foregone conclusion The stock is now being invoiced Would Work Well In Lancaster Jessamine Journal The recentgrand jury indicted the town of Nich olasville under the head of nuisance for permitting certain houses and stands known as weinerwurst stands to be built on and across the sidewalks and for permitting disorderly conduct upon the streets and for the using of profane and indecent language This is a move in the right direction for there is no reason why a man should be permitted to swear upon the streets where ladies are constanty and using indecent language in the presence of children If every citizec in Nicholasville should adopt the plan as that of Esq James F Barkly who has upon several had parties arrested for and using indecent language such nuisances would soon be stopped Automobile Ejree The vail give 10 free Each custom chance to get J who will tell you all about it 325tf Bring us your Job Work Saturday patronage residents passing occasions profanity m body any conducted Roya alloys Automobiles to their t mars absolutely ds an equal one see mphlll John E Stormes of Lancaster druggists and most popular citizens has been spending some weeks in Being a great fisherman he put in most of his time on the gulf and banks of the many streams in that Monday he had a escape from a most horrible death Having visited that country he was surely on to the ropes when he went down win ter andjfrequently did things which his guide cautioned to do Jit one Florida bethought t 0 locality narrow last year this him Y s N P the time above he dered away from the guide and cozy nook where be thought toe would get bite He bad scarcely located when a large aligatbr spied him slowly up to the spot and made a rush for thee bank and the faithful Garrard county fisherman Very fortunately bad Mr Stormes and followed him up and just as the monster lag to leap upon the Lancaster pill guide iftBfcan axe into Uw wan sought- a roller the r f 0 mentioned swam guide missed was t animals killing it instantly The whole thing occurred so quickly that Mr B did not realize the danger until the guide had struck the fatal blow and then the escape dawned upon him so gasping Run fur the jugl he fainted and sank to the ground The JUR was procured some Barlow Stone which Jack had been keeping in his cellar for many years applied and he was soon making tall tracks far the hotel He for Lancaster that is expected home today or old left k c tJ bead narrow tomorrow V A Deserving Young Man The accompanying halftone is a fairly good likeness of one of most popular and deserv ing attorneys Mr R L Davidson Mr Davidson was born and reared in Gar rard county being a son of Mr Lean der Davidson one of our substantial citizens and farmers Mr Davidson was a close student while in the local schools much of his time being spent in Garrard College He then entered the law department of the Uuniversi ty at Lexington where he graduated receiving first honors in a large class He then entered the law department of the University of Virginia where he graduated receiving tne 1st Thesis prize an award offered each year for the best paper upon some question of law He returned to Lancaster and soon received his license at the local bar He has continued the practice of his profession in our city and en joys a remarkably good practice Mr Davidson is a model citizen in every engraving fa- LaI casters U fa I fI I jjj respect having no bad habits at all and by strict attention to business steady habits and always standing for what is right and proper has gain eJ the admiration and friendship of the people He is now a candidate for the Democratic nomination for county attorney and his perfect fit ness for the place and the fact that he has always been found shoulder to shoulder with his party doing what he could in an honorable way for its success and advancement make him an ideal candidate and his many friends believe he will be given the banner being firmly confined that will carry it to victory and fill the office in manner that will reflcctgreat honor upon his party and himself Look at the label on your paperand E3 if in arrears please settle JfcS a ben o Millinery Opening April 1 and 2 1 We will have on display a very handsome line of Spring and Summer Millinery All Invited to Attend THE Logan Dry Goods Co I w II I 1 l1I Jr I4 e sXsl leleleJ elhX XMZIt o C m mi e j Hats Hats received a line of the newest Summer Hats now displayed i n our window Come early and avoid the rush H T LOGfVN I ppp 1 I zI I I I W I I eave 1 I Spring and I I J QI I io c f iI 8 it e e i iifeii e f Yj o J 1tw a- I I i T k x F t r 1v The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co TMMM SPECIAL SALE 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 Ccme early and get your size See our elegant line of White Goods Hamburgs Lace Curtains Sextette Voiles Shoes In fact everything to be found in an uptothe minute store Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED BUGGIES 2 Car Loads Received 2 Y5 M 71 1 btiQQA 04o o Ooloo II I I I II II II II II II II 1 14 17 t I I III II II II I II I I lit I II I II III11III1 II I 1 t J JJJM nKJWJ1J IWUIWH I R E nY 1 tt 1 tit tLfV i Get in MM C We have the most uptodate line of Buggies Sarries Harness toad Wagons See our line get our prices and you will buy HASELDENROBINSON I V Hardware CO o r J r r k f y r i f I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM the Post Office in Lancaster Kya SecondClots Mail Matter Lancaster Ky March 25 If the newspaper men knew what a fight their committee had to retain the advertising law they would pon der well before supporting another cheap screw politician for the Legis lature The newspapers are responsi ble for who is elected and the boys will do well to take the advice of one who had some experience with mat ters of value to the craft and support only men who for the good of the peopleatlarge and give no support whatever to men who allow their ha tred of some paper who has exposed some than likely to make them fight laws which every sensible man knows should be upon the statute books The latest move to drive capital out of the state is the effort to collect a large and unjust tax from the State banks People talk of Kentucky lag ging at the tail end of the procession when it is really a wonder that capi tal is invested here at all Every is taxed to the limit and on every trivial matter and everything possible is done to drive money out of Kentucky It is all brought about by peanut politicians Another Russian war vessel has committed harikari by running against a mine and getting blown up The Japs will save ammunition if they let the Russian navy alone It will destroy itself in time There is always something to be thankful for Just now as man poor man is brooding over the winters coal bills the billy goat butts in and announces bock beer on tap News from the Jap war is justabout as interesting as the graduating es says at a school commencement and equally as difficult to underatand The employees of the American Can Co Chicago are on a strike As the season for rushing the can is drawing nigh this may cause trouble Those fool robbins and blue birds that gave us a false alarm of spring a few weeks ago are getting what they deserve With the Smoot investigation and the Bristow report Congress is better than a vaudeville show Senatop Farris Eaglo Eye Just before adjournment of the the whisky element tried to work a rabbits foot by slipping through a bill which would permit the sale of beer in local option precincts own Senator George T Farris is up to the tricks of the lobby had a weather eye out however let the cat out of the bag when the bill was up to place malt tonics under the jurisdiction of the pure food law Farris in stentorian tones stated that the object of the bill was none other than a gigantic scheme to authorize the sale of beer in every option precinct in the state that the bill says all malt liquids less than 5 per cent of alcohol shall be classed as nonintoxicating food and if malt tonics and malt are classed as liquid foods as this bill sought to class them then any sort of malt brew including beer which contains less than 5 per cent of be sold as food anywhere in the state and absolutely defeat the local option law so far as prohibiting the sale of is concerned The bill was about to slip through without knowing its real intent and the roll call on its passage had reached Farris name before the cunning scheme was exposed The bill was then defeated It had passed the House almost unanimously as its hid den intent was not exposed Good Spirits Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is verand all the tine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not a bad liver or the hundredand one III 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 tale cure for dyspepsia or Indigestion It has been favorite household for over thirtyfive years August 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 all drug gists 1 Aug MANSE I The sick in this community about all recovered Mrs Adella Woods of Stanford visi ted her brother Jerry Higgins last Lena Palmer and Mrs Boone Sanders have been the guests of Mrs Otly Burke Mr and Mrs Joe Elder of Danville have been spending several days with Mr and Mrs Otly Burke Misses Nellie Peyton and Kate Simp son of your city were amongst the visitors who attended church here Sunday I of Mattings is complete and prices right 2t The Logan Pry Goods r i it 1904 f fraudmore corporation Leg- Islature JOur local containing extracts alcoholcould beer anyone the remedy Flowerthe remedy have weekMiss I our 1B o c Entered are Our line Cay d Xuk yinipsun had a nice mule colt to die lust week Sunday School organized at New Antioch church last Sunday Miss Mayme Ballard of visiting Miss Nell Bourne Mrs W T West of your city visited at Wm Simpsons last Saturday Mr ana Mrs Samuel Hoover of Wil more visited home falks last week C Collns wife and Ben IIamm Jr returned from Danville last week Miss Minnie Jackson who is her sister is quite sick of measles Misses Annie Walker and Jennie Ward visited Miss Edna Gulley last weekEd Simpson and wife of Crab Or chard are visiting her mother Mrs Jennie Broaddus Mr and Mrs John Doolin are over the arrival of a little girlat their home on the 15tht Miss Sue Naylor has gone to to visit her sister Mrs James Gatewood who is very sick Will Jones and Boone Saunders wives of Buckaye were visitors of Mr and Mrs Porter Wearen last Sunday The personal property of Alex deceased was sold last Saturday One horse solo for 105 cows from 20 to sows and pigs from 10 and 15 each calves 18 to 25 MT HEBRON Measles are slighting no one around here Little Hattie Lou Vanderpool is very ill at this writing Mrs Ann Collier of Indiana is visi ting relatives in this vicinity Sir N T Grow and family were with Mrs E T Scott Saturday and Sunday Mr Briny Dean sold to Charlie Dean of Jessamine a nice harness mare for 135 Mr Taylor Ray of Parksville this locality last week selling Mr Willie Onstott sold his farm near Sugar Creek to Mr Wm Hum phrey for 900 Mrs Alex Dean who has been with her father who is very sick is with home folks for a few days Mrs C D Peacock Thursday from Jellico Tenn to be with her mother Mrs Mary A Ford who Is very sickBenjamin the little son of Mr Jas Pollard turned a kettle of boiling over on hin very badly scalded himself Mr and Mrs Frank Gammon and little son of Faulknor Station were the guests of her father Mr G A Bruce and family the latter part of last weekMiss Lena McCullough died at the home of her fattier Thursday evening She was a victim of the fatal disease consumption Remains were interred in Mt Hebron Cemetery Saturday aftternoon MARKSBCHY Miss Wadie Parks of Marcellus Is attending school at Rice Academy Mr Barry D Aldridge has some white and speckled seed corn for sale Mrs Harry Aldridge has recovered from her recent illness and is able to be out again Mr E F Parks and bride of Marcel lus attended services at the Fork church Sunday Mrs Eliza Ray and daughter of Buckeye were guests Sunday of Mr John Royston and family Mrs Miriam Peters of Lancaster is expected this week to visit her Mr T I Herring and family Saturday Mr Tom Chesnut was kicked by a mule Fortunately for Mr C no bonos were broken only a few bruises Madams Sallie Fox and J A Woods visited friends in Danville this week and attended the meeting at the church Mrs Walter Perkins and little son George Higginbotham 6f Marcellus were entertained Saturday and by Mrs Richard McGrath Mr N H Bogle is preparing to build an addition to his residence Mr B says if the ladles keep sending in eggs he will have to enlarge his store Rev J G Bow Secretary of the State Board of Missions Louisville Ky delivered two interesting sermons at the Fork church Sunday morning and evening It Today The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrowwhat you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it todayl That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perLaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO DAY and let that remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly or cold and its con tinned use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread con sumption has attacked your lungs Syrup will surely effect a cure 7as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of ble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 Aug We prepared to cut and make carpets to 2 The Logan Dry Goods Oo 5 AI 1 Bryantsvllle- Is visit- Ing rejoicing Indiana and Simpson 35 spectacles arrived water and extra brother Baptist Sunday Do relieve yourcough i c Sf r a talit ill r was visiting N win Herman dung t are order nro ISilVAiNTSVlUiE Mis Manic Mallard Is visiting Miss Nell Bourne I Miss Eliza Ison visited relatives in I Lancaster last week Mr Richard Moore was in Lexington i a few days ago on business Miss Lulu McClure is the pleasant guest of Mrs Elliott this week Mr Will Pettus has returned after spending several days in Somerset Mr Mote Scott has bought the house and 60 acres of land at 80 per acre j from C T Jenkins Mr Jeff Dunn has disposed of a good number of mules to different parties at prices ranging from 100 to 150 Miss Alice Dunn has gone to Dan i ville where she has accepted a posi tion with the Welsh Wiseman Co Mrs A S Haselden is receiving her spring and summer millinery and will announce her opening at an early date Mr Julian Elliott has returned to his home at North Middletown after spending a few days with his brother Dr W M Elliott Mr James English has returned to his home in Burksville after spending several days here attending to his un cles Dr Traylors business 1 Master Bryan Pettus entertained a few of his friends very delightfully Thursday afternoon the 17th 5 to 7 the occasion being his Gth Ig birth day Death of Charles Lee On Tuesday March 1 death enter ed our home and took from us our dear and beloved one who was so dear and precious to us It was so hard to give him up but while our loss is great his gain is greater He suffered for some time with a dreadful cough and bron chical trouble lie was C6 years old and a member ofthe Christian church for about 40 years He was a true Christian and always ready and will ing to help those in need and trouble He leaves a wife three sons and two daughters to mourn their great loss Oh may we live as he didst live oh may we love as thou didst love oh may we forgive as thou dldst forgive oh may we join you in heaven above Jesus has called him home our pride and loved one of our home We thank our many kind friends for then kind ness during our great bereavement The Family Lowell Ky More lllotn 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 remedy i s immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful ton ic and effective nervine and the great est all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and ex pels Malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by McRoberts 1m Handpainted lace is going to be worn by those who can afford things It Saved flit Leg P A Dansforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore 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 There is no moral light where there is no spiritual light Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those j tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work 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 Ideal Entertaining Co which gave such general satisfaction here last year has been engaged for a at the court house April 14 Remember the date Further partic ulars later Protects the System against Catarrh Hyomel Prevent Cold and Cure Grip and Catarrh Money Back If It Falls 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 medicine or treatment It is pleasant and convenient to use simply put 20 drops of Hyo mei in the inhaler 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 fated mucous membrance vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a permanent aud complete cure outfiit costs only i and contains an inhaler medicine dropper bottle ofHyomei The inhaler lasts a lifetime and when Hyomei is needed extra got he ties can be obtainedfor Soc RE McRoberts gives his person al guarantee with every sell to refund the ey ifit does not im T up R t r1J f1 rn i IT f r ra U from rn ffi Ii1 I frn rn fr lli IT ffi ffi ffi ffi ffi r1 I ldisor- der ra ra g f ra li Drug perishable t II A n o f anyothe 1e yC i S i F S Store performance more mon cure 9- a i r PAINT LICK KY Please see our line of Garpets Hi M j L before placing your order Every Io thing new No old stock to work off If We are now receiving a large line of Undertakers Goods and will make that line a specialty M Ii I McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY We carry Moulding in stock and frame Pictures Try us Neatly and promptly McRobertsDrug Store r l f 0 1J0r rt 00 iifiJJ joy I McWhoter Estridge Ir l c Z 1 IU I Rugs Q I TI 0TI 0 ij t 0TI Z 7ffJI X 0 0 0 II ij f1 ijlJ ill rrtffiTI ijlJ i ijlJ 8 rrtfffiLJnillffi 1 r 1 1 i I r 0 CJ 0 b- ooi E3 0 LJ Ei ti the will Cut Flowers- We have made arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co whereby we pay charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any on the shortest notice Call us and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf KINNAIRD INSURANCERej- reseiillniFflllofiniConijanies AetnaQueen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautlle Charley Ball desires to call the at tendon of the public to the tact that is prepared to do the best roof painting Wind give better work and lower prices that in town He has had much experience and guar satisfaction Leave orders at Walker Song store 318tt designs iii e o 1 can ant t Ihr1 I R a o g ar or os anyone B r v KILL THE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr New Discovery FOR ONSUWPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price ft Free Trial 50c r I l00 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK BLUE GRASS NURSERIESSPRING Trees by the Million Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vinesRhubarbSmall fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw berry and General Cata logue on application No agents Both phones 279 H FHilIennieyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Have started my mill and will have on hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right Carter lM3tf Cartersyille Ky J TROUBLES t Fruitand l f J Lumber F M x c WOMElT 1 i Standard Sewing S3 8- m Rotary Shuttle Drop Head Worth 4500 to sell at 3500 Guarranteed Best Light M Running H 1 New Century Sewing Machine Vibratory Shuttle Drop Head Worth 3000 to M sell at 2200 10 years Guarrantee 3 2 New Century Sewing Machines M Upright 10 years Guarantee Worth 2500 to M sell at 1900 fi Will sell at these prices in order to reduce this stock Opening of Fine Millinery Saturday April 2 We extend a mose cordial invitation to the ladies to visit our store and examine the prettiest line of Spring and Sum mer Millinery ever brought to Lancaster Make thy Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store Mrs Jno F Lear First door below Citizens Bank Danville st 1 hi r fl 1 3 rvir r wl I L I 0 I Ko f Postl61JfJfiljJ X 1flj C JliJjlfflljJjfJIJJfJ0r0 WJJliJ T Wfl aaaa 9Baaa k m tJJ lEJlciIBJILJIcJt J tv i NinesIac y I i t 0- t ik dd l I tc LitJ PERSONALS Senator George Farris is at home for a few days Judge R A Burnside was at home for a few days Joe Burnside returned to school in Louisville Monday Mr D G Pullins of Conway was here on business this week Miss Ann Hill has accepted a posi tion in R II Batsons store Miss Annie Cotton of Danville is visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr W B Burton has returned from several days visit to Lexington MissMayme Ballard of Bryantsville was a pretty visitor here Saturday Mr Jim Maret a telepnone magnet of no small proportions was in town this week Miss Mattic Thompson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick eteJai and Thursday March 30 and 31 tf invite you to call and p see our display of handsome goods Every article new and up to date Miss ADA DICKEKSON PRO 1 Stormes Bldg Danville st fi rr lffBffl lfS iJ 11 t0 nI 10 W m i MIll I gwor I m rw i j c P r l t D 1 1 D oJ JG0 1GO 0 D oWe D 1G 01 i hM7L 0 uOv0 OvOVOVOvim Misses Faris ofKirksville visited their brother Dr Chris Faris and the organ recital Mrs Dorcas Walker has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Geo Robinson in Lincoln county Mrs Gover and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard have been guests of Misses Lizzie and Mattie Beazley Mr and Mrs C F Denman have to their home in Nicholasville after a visit to the family of Mr West Mill End Hamburg Sale 10000 Yards 5c and lOc HAMBURGS and IHSERTIHGS on sale from 2 p 31 until 430 M oclock xo LONGER Wednesday March 3011 Goods on display in window from Sat urday March 26 White Elephant Store J Leslie Anderson has been chosen to represent Washington University in the Olympian Games at the Worlds FairMr and Mrs J E Stormes will return tbis week from Clearwater Fla where they have been for several delightful monthsHon Harding of Danville and Hon Jno Sam Owsley of Stanford were among the visiting attorneys here this week Misses Sallie Tillett Laura Smith Pearl Hill have returned from the with a beautiful line of spring and summer goods Misses Amos Willis Lena Palmer of Kirksville and Annie Perkins of Marksbury have been guests of Mrs Emma Higginbotham Mr Brown Anderson of Nicholas ville spent a few days with Lancaster friends He brought his clarinet along and furnished some delightful music which was greatly enjoyed I Leslie D Herndon of the Railway I attended returned I land Ale Biggest line of Buggies Surries Runabouts Etc bictght It Lancaster See our stock and get our prices V Complete line of double and single Buggy Harness Wagon Hainesf Hames Collars Pads Chains Lines Etc ROMANS ELMQRE I ff 0 evEra K 9J 3 Mail Sorvlcos was jt Iioma this weep w Ho has been given the position of clerk in Lexington and will be at the C S depot I Miss Nellie Clark Is seriously ill with pneumonia 31 Stanford Journal Col W G Welch is thought to be better Mrs James A Beazley of Lancaster spent yester S day with relatives here f Mrs Ellen Poore gave an elegant di ning Saturday in honor of Mrs J C Taylor of Lexington Nine of her lady friends were present and a most enjoyable time was spent I Danville News Mrs W B Rucker 3 has removed to Cynthiana where she will reside with her sister The sym pathy and best wishes of this commu nity accompany her Miss Mattie Mae Robinson of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Josephine Dunn i I Judge J C Hemphill was in Huston ville Monday to attend a meeting of the Beaver Creek Oil Co which is proving about the best investment in this section of the country The Judge says he hasa mighty good thing and we hope it will pan out that way Mr T M Games and Miss Laura Bur 3 gess of Valley View were married in the parlor of the Mason Hotel in this i city Friday Rev C M Chumbley pro nounced the which united the happy young people They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Kennedy i Rogers i Miss Anne Royston has been quite I ill in Natchez Miss but is now much improved Miss Royston has made a il very favorable Impression as a teacher and the people of that section speak i in highest terms of her ability as an t educator She has had several very flattering offers to accept the prihci palship at prominent schools in the j South She will return to Lancaster j fora visit soon j street Presbyterian training for C nurses in Louisville last week was Miss Katherine M Arnold of this i county who stood among the leaders of the class She is at present nurs ing Mrs J G Blanton at Stamping Ground Anv one needing the services of a trained nurse wilJ do well r member Miss Arnold At the gradu ation exercises last week Dr Lewis McMurtry wellknown here deliver ed the principal address The Christian church was filled with representative Lancaster people Fri day evening the occasion being the dedication of the new Kilgen pipe or gan The manyexpressions of delight and words of praise of the performers go to prove the writers opinion the entertainment was one of the most successful and delightful ever given in Lancaster and our town has always been noted for its good musi clans and taste in such matters The program as printed in last issue of The Record was rendered but an enjoyable number added was the clari net solo by Mr Brown Anderson of Nicholasville Mrs J C Taylor of Lex ington presided at the organ and her selections were highly appreciated Her playing showed marked ability and careful training and the liberal applause was a testimonial of the by the audience Mrs Ju liet Gill Rogers whose sweet soprano voice and gracious manner have won the hearts of our people sang in a manner quite incomparable She was in excellent voice and sang with a lightness delicacy and dramatic effect that won for her enthusiastic applause Mrs Rogers who is gifted with an ex ceptionally fine voice was educated at Miss Clara Baurs Cincinnati Con servatory o f Music an institution which enjoys the reputation of being the most careful and painstaking of any In the United States Her last number Cavatina from La Favori ta was an example of exquisite sing ing perfect phrasing free from exag gcration genuinely touching and stantly beautiful in sound Miss Eu nice Foushee ofLexington found the audience in amost appreciative frame of mind She rose to the occasion like a skylark and sang her numbers in a manner which displayed the rich mezzosoprano quality of her voice to great advantage Miss Fouchee has had careful musical training and she gives ample evidence of its value Many were the compliments passed up on her singing and our people earnest ly trust that they will again have the pleasure of hearing her The chorus by the choir was exceptionally good The church was beautifully decorated and the entertainment pronounced by all to be the most artistic ever given in of Fine Millinery Miss Minnie Eastham the Danville Milliner announces to her friends that she has returned from New York with the finest line of goods ever shown in Central Kentucky All the very latest creations and some evry swell ideas She invites you to call and see the beautiful display while it is complete The opening will take place next Saturday the 26th It The fear of God makes no man afraidThe fautless man is usually friend i less A for Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Rein edy a favorte with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious It croup but when given soon as the cough will prevent the attack For sale py Frlsbles Drug Store im Thursday t that- x appreciation LancasterOpening consequences not k I i transfer located ceremony Grays can Favorite Remedy Habits only cures croup appears y v LICK MeWhortcr Estridge Paint Lick have a car load of Northern White Seed Oats which they will sell at 53 cents a bushel 3 4tf R L Jennings is showing a line of dress goods tf For Carpets Mattings Window shades Poles Stair Carpet Curtains etc try R L Jennings tf Collars Pads Gear and Garden tools at R L Jennings tf Last Chance This Spring As the weather has been so very bad I will have an experienced TailOi with me again on March 28th and 29th who will display his line of Spring goods in Suit Patterns and I trust that my customers will take advantage of this opportunity to have ta ken by an KXPKKIENCKD CUTTER as this will postively be his last trip this Spring Please remember the date March 28th and 29th It J C Hemphill Willie and Taylor Prather are going IllinoisUncle Simpson was in our town Monday looking well The 4th Saturday and Sundy is Bro Pikes regular appointment at Free domSimpson and Jackson are tilling their shelves with new goods which they will sell cheap The Deputy Sheriff was here last week summoning witnesses to go the grand jury Mrs E D Wrenn of Gaps Switch is visiting her daughter Mrs John who is very sick Mr John Wheeler sold to Uncle Joe Simpson a bunch of nice 100 Ib shoats at 8412J per hundred Dr Joe Watson of Broadhead was here last week to see his brother W T Watson who is still very poorly In health Two houses and lots and two lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky I have the most elegant line of Hecha it Tailoring ever had toget your order for an Easter PREAUHERSTILIB Dave Thompson who has measels Is betterMr Foley has been sick for daysRev S Ragan and wife were in Lancaster Monday- J F Holtzclaw was visiting J M Bowin at Hubble last week Troy Duvall who has been in Iowa for some time has returned home Mr and Mrs Wm Naylor of Rowland were visiting their daughter Mrs J F Payue Sunday No one will leave my place of bust ness with a suit that is not ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY J C Hemphill 3 35 tf Faulkner Kennedy who is school at Williamsburg is at home for a few dogs Menifee Elmore and wife and wife were visiting W H Cummins and family Sunday Several of the Masonic fraternity from our lodge attended a lodge at Lancaster Tuesday night Mrs H C Cummins and Mr F F Cummins and daughter Miss Allie May were visiting at Stanford Friday Miss Lucy Miller who has been here since last fall has returned home at Johnsville much to the regret of her many friends here Misses Renda Pettus and Ella Thompson who has been visiting at Springfield returned home last week accompanied by Mrs Joe Pettus Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W of Pleasant City Ohio Pneu monia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery 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 Drugstore Price 50c SLOO Trial Bottles free 1m who buys aRoyal Tailor suit stands a igetan Auto J C Hetnphill who wall it to you I 325 tf To be willing to be anything is to be nothing Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous a dis 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 that pneumonia al ways results from a cold or from an at tack of the grip and that by giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy the threatened attack of pneumonia warded off This remedy is also used by physicians In the treatment Of pneumonia with the best results Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of it been selling Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing It in my tlce for the put six years I It in of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results by Frls bles Drug Store 1m u tPAIN I Wheeler For Sale building h ve Call 1 u J C emphill several attending J L Watkins Everyone cha mobile absolutely In Dr W have cases beautiful their measure NINA before N1 and eAayne w i Nice visiting Kennedy meeting Consumption o and see exp in 4 however maybe J pros use Sold y k r Business and Bargains MKYLQitiilJ Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud Seed Oats at Wards grocery Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson SVlf See our line of Carpet samples 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Seed Oats at Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf Jap alac varnish makes old new At Thompsons tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson t Our new spring goods just in Ladies and Gents gold watches chains etc tf Thompson the Jeweler I will pay cash for old Coins Erie C Farra Lancaster Kentucky3258t 130 gold fish just received tf J C Thompson Wanted 90 brakes tf R West T S Elkin will pay highest market price for 100000 pounds wool 3 25 tf Calladiums and tuberose and bulbs tf J C Thompson The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 1030tf Potts Bros Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson Silver spoons 365 sets to select fr om Also new souvenir spoons tf Thompson the Jeweler Money to Loan 1000 to loan on real estate Call at this office 311tf Clover and Seed Oats Seed oats clover and timothy seed for sale Banks Hudson We have a line of the freshest and best cakes ever brought to Lancaster ir Currey Davidson For Sale Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement Cash Cheap H BTJorthcott 342t I am in the market for hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan ware house R M West 3 4tf agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf I will give my entir to the Merchant Tailoring business this and if possible give better satis tion than ever before y 3 25tf J C We showing a handsome line of Ingrains and Ex ministers Carpets line be fore you buy 7 v 2t The Dry Goods Co Hemp Seed For Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post office Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks Roof Painting- I am prepared to do the very best roof painting Will also repair roof at very low rates Can save you Leave orders at Postles store 3t T W Soper Choice Hentp Seed A few bushels of the Kentucky Riv er bottom J Hemp seed f5r sale Call on J or Gabe Preston Stone Ky Sick and Accident Insurance G Mat Slier has been appointed agent for the Central Life and Insurance Co and is doing a big business The rates and Mr Siler has a good contract for you See him tf Fine Groceries I have just put in a good stock of fresh groceries embracing every to be found in an uptodate groce ry store Fresh and cured meats con stantly on band fresh fish in season Give me a call T S Elkin 325tf 1 will sell my property on Lexing ton street a twostory 8 room dwell ing and all necessary outbuildings The place contains 17 acres well wat ered and well improved For further particulars call on Theo Currey Jr Msr Theo Currey Cheap Rates To all points in Montana WasIng ton Oregon and British Columbia March 1st to April 30tb 1904 Special rates to North Dakota in March Write at once for information and maps to Ira F Schwegel Passenger Agent Wisconsin Central Trac tion BIdg Ohio lApr Notice to School Trustees The School census reports are now ready for distribution Chairmen of the Bgard of Trustees of the various districts will please call at my office and cet the census list for the ensuing on or about the first day of April 1904 It Is the duty of all the to see that this is done and in case the falls one of the other trustees will attend to it it son tf furniture 3 tt hemp M washes Ed C Gaines Is florists tim season II mphill tars v 4vets our Loga money Pr C Hemphl I Lancaster Accident arelow article For Sale Ry407 must be Brussels District Cincinnati schoc year as the census token trustees chairman LL Walker J A CONN J B CONH Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros ooooo oo oo xxx oo x o xxxxx This year the ROYAL TAILORS of Chica go are giving Automobiles to their custom ers Your chance is as good as the next For further particrlars call on J C HEMPHILL TO THE LADIES Our stock of Spring Millinery is now arriving are delighted to announce that we have the prettiest lne to be found in Central Kentucky Long experience has learn 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 TILLET OUR I IMW 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 i n1fnF1UnnifnrfnnnnrnnrnntfnnUnnulunrirtf Un I illmillillillillllirnmmffiillffiillffilUillillillillmillil mmm E EC m m FREE mans oocOOC f andwe F JCE I I I Get YOUr Stationery I J d k 2 I 10 AUTOMOBILES r u SALE FIISIIFS f t V IDRUGSTORE I 7 B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Davidsons Our bread can be relied as as tb3 cup Reliance1 if t I defender I t upon mucks T G t auZ tM 11H TAKE wm For thy stomachs sake was doubt less the prescription of apostolic timei for stomach trouble Wine for eight een hundred years past has been i favorite poor digestion among general practitioners You need c a little wine to warm up the stomach or to stimulate the stomach as the case g may be was the common form of the a prescription But nobody has yet said you a little wine to cure stomach trouble Vine wont do that yet thats the one need of the diseased stimulation but cure J Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and J other organs of digestion and nutrition g and thus restores lost flesh and lost strength through the assimilation of perfectly digested food J e t g I g AndO stomachnot 2cc w Nineteen years ago I was taken James H 822 E Washington St Syracuse N Y Commenced J to treat with different time fifteen different e physicians have treated me off and on up to a year Some of the phy I had liver complaint others Brights disease others 2 said intestinal dyspepsia I have tell me do no more d for me in mentioned tried any number of other medicines I must acknowledge that I have not in all of this time received from J doctor or the benefit that I received from Dr R V Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It has done wonders for me and I cannot speak 0 too highly in its 8 sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make to J the little more profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines He you lose therefore accept no substitute for Golden g S Medical Discovery 8 FREE Dfm Common Sense Medical Advise sent FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of J mailing ONLY Send 21 onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound 8 5 volume Address Dr IZ V Pierce Buffalo Y S sick with stomach trouble writes Mr tIP a t S U Pierces I N a- a sicians aaa- a a a a aa a a- a aa a aa a- a a aaaaaaaaO 0aaaaaaa0a00a0a00aa Joe Blackburns Carpet Bag Senator Joe Blackburn of Ken tucky went to the Senate Tuesday carrying an old fashioned carpet bag It was of many colors and was stuffed with documentary evidence as to why Gen Leonard Wood should not be pro moted to a Major Generalship This is the sort of bag carried by the Northerners after the war when they broke into office in the South said Senator Blackburn Zeb Whitman of asked once to give a definition of the word carpet bagger A he said is a tidbit politician who lives one day of the week on chicken and the other six on feathers When he wants to move all he has to do is to put out the fire call the dogs and git Inflammatory Rlieiiiuutlnni Cured William Snafier a brakeman of Dennison Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflamma tory rheumatism I used many rem edies he says Finally I McCaws drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pin Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot and In one weeks time was able to go tt work as happy as a clam For sale by JTrlsbles Drug Store 1m Skirts of style are growing in favor especially when the material is adapted to spit flowing lines and no well dressed woman is seen in a long trailing skirt on the street unless she has just slipped from her carriage If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Harrodsburg was carpet bagger sent tl i sym ie i Reports in exchanges from all over the tobacco growing section of show that growers are prepar to plant an enourmous crop of this year If it is a favorable seaaon that will certainly mean lower prices on the crop next year It will not be good policy to depend upon the tobacco crop alone PUBLIC SALE FINE SUBURBAN HOME NEAR DANVItLE KY I will sell at public auction on premises on Thursday April 7th 1904 at 2 oclock p m my home place in Boyle Co Kyf about i mile from Danville on rieasant Hill Turn pikeThe place contains 36 acres of fine land and all in grassexcept the garden It is well a branch and a never Tailing spring from which is piped to the dairy and to troughsThere is on the place a frame dwell ing house of 8 rooms servants 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 wanting a cheerful suburban home It is unusually wen located and arranged for a and Garden Farm Terms of Sale J cash and balance in 1 2 and 3 years with interest from day of sale payable semiainually Will he glad to show place to or give information by letter This March 9 1901 Mary M Fox 3t Danville Ky a y Kentucky tobacco th situate theater rooms anyone brightand anyone ng watered by FruitDair PARAGON 229iBay horse 16 hands high foaled 1896 bred by R L Nash Lexington Ky and owned by W T Noel and Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky By Jay Bird 50601 dam Oneida 217 by Florida 482 Sire of Frequent 215 Florida Monarch Faust218K Fanny Swope 2 19K Walnut 219K etc end dams of Beldla 209K Palm Leaf 21 Baron 218 Democracy 207 etc 2 dam Lady Ham dam of Hawthorn 2 oGJ Ed Winters 2 Ashland Boy 228 by Hombrlno 22 Sire of Delmarch 211J Hamward 212 Kahlo 216 Drelln court 117i Graydon 217 aud 42 others and dams of Hawthorne 206 Argetta20 Orin B 2 09 Emma M 20 etc 3 dam Molly by Ashland 47 Sire of HlehlaudWin 226 Fanny Borroughs 227 Joe Petit 230 etc 4 by Mambrlno dam Kit by Sir Walter Todhnnters Jay Bird 5060 sire of Hawthorne 20CJ4 winner of Bonner Memorial 20000 1903 Allerton 20 sire of 110 in 230 Early Bird 2 10 Miss Jay 2 1 ROES Croix 211K Invader 211 Larabie the Great 3 212 and 85 others and the dams of CrescentRoute 208 Altoka 210 Queen Alfred 212 and 34 others in 230 By George Wilkes 513 damLady Frank by Mambrino Star 585 Paragon is a very handsome individual with plenty ofstyle action and finish Ills sire Is one of the very greatest living sires and that hisblood breeds and is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over 225 standard performers including Locanda 205 Charley Hay X 2 X Susie J 2 Ofi Eagle Flanagan 20 Jay McGugor 208 and many other 280 performers There is no reason why Paragon should not becomeone of Jay Birds greatest sons as he is one of the best bred horses living His record was made in the fifth heat on a slow half mile track and is no measure of his speed Paragon willnot fail to get you a trotter he is a horse of such fine size action style and finish that his getwill certainly command fancy prices for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot beproduced fast enough to supply the demand Paragon will make the season of 1904 at W TNoels stable one mile north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a livingcolt sound and all right A lien retained on colt to secure service fee Care taken to preventaccidents but not responsible should any occur Black Jack 15H hands high foalel in 18M sired by the Mitchel Jack he by Griggs Jack heby Bob Lee he by Black Hawk he by Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Jarden Burdine bij16 hands Jennet Catel will make the season of 1901 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on thepike leading to Kentucky River at 6 to Insure a Horse Mule 8 to Insure a Mare or 10 for Jennet W T NOEL Buckeye Ky 217 Bertha 12 and I O dam Britton Britton S size JayBird CASTEL Kentuckys ArtistNo 1455 IV A S H R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Logan BurstFarm four miles from Danville and six miles from Stanford Kentuckys Artist Is a beautiful chestnut eight years old with three white feet 15 handshigh a perfect model in form with great style and action Kentucky Artist was sired by Artist Montrose No 51 winner of the great Sweepstakesprize at the Worlds by Artist No 75 he by Ring William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 by Gaines Denmark 61 Artist Montroso 1st dam Montrose 106 tracing toDenmark B 2nd dam by Bald Stocking 67 by Tom Hal f 8 dam Lucy No 60 by Bruchers Drennon f s- Kentuckys Artist lit dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Sampler Denmark 2nddam Lucy Thomas by Nero he Thompsons Morgan 3rd dam Cooper by Patricks CopperBottom 4th dam Dovey by Barnes Whip of Howard county Missouri he Blackburns Whipof Kentucky Kentuckys Artist has shown against and defeated all the great stallions in Kentucky andMissouri among them such horses as the Montgomery Chief owned By Ball Bros thegreat ahb noted horse Preston owned bV Pat Dolan Kentuckys Artist la only eightjean old and Is regarded by Kentuckys best judges to bethe most perfect gaited saddle stallion in 1 will be to show him to any one atmy table and Invite breeders of tine horses to come and Artist befb breeding I stand him at 20theseason or25 to Insure a living colt I dont want your money until yoagotten value received Baley by Artist i5 ahoy the State x w Fair be S I I I glad see Kentuckys have E 1 ji Land Stock Crops See The Record about your horse and stock cards We have the best assortment of cuts type etc and our job department can turn out your work on a few hours notice when de sired tf John Burdett of St Mary Ky sold one pair mules for 295 Mr Eugene of Cropper Ky purchased a good pair of mules for 231 In Clarlr county David Prewitt bought a mule Philip Webber for 153 and Jeff Hill bought a pair of mules from the same party for 8249 W A Thomason of North Middle town sold a pair of 3 year old male mules at 350 and a pair of five year old mules for 305 In Woodford Oneal bought a pair of five year old mare mules from John Elliston for 300 A flock of thirteen hens will thrive ill a yard twenty feet wide by sixty feet deep In this way 500 hens can be successfully managed on one acre of ground According to the manage meht they will pay from 1 to 2 clear profit for each hen per year This will give from 500 to 1000 clear profit from one acre of hens In view of these reliable figures your poultry should receive careful attention if you desire to make a large profit The first organized effort to a diversity of crops for the exclu sive cultivation of tobacco to be made in Montgomery county was at a meeting held by some fifty or sixty planters at St Bethlehem at which tne Red River Truck Growers Association of St Bethlehem formed This movement is the result of the present unsatisfactory of the tobacco trade throughout the entire dark belt resulting in low prices for the farmers for their weed The purpose of the new organization is to raise enough vegetables in the St Bethlehem section to ship at least a car load of same to Northern mark ets each day of the season Several hundreds of acres have alreudy been pledged and many others will be promised by the planters interested The farmers are becoming greatly in terested in the movement looking to a diversity of crops throughout that section abandonment of the exclusive cultivation of tobacco It is assured however that enough tr bacco will still be raiSed to supply the demands irom the section Eeporter FalconThe for the horse industry was never before more promising With the progress of national has materialized increased for horses So pronounced has Agent Wanted To sell our Teas Coffee Spices Baking Powder and Extracts to the consumers in Lancaster and surround ing territory Will pay a liberal Commission and big inducements to cus tomers The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co 4th and Jefferson st Louisville Ky been the enlarged use of horses for the past five years that domestic con sumption has nearly exhausted the supply The surplus is so light that prices have remained nominally sta tionary while other classes of have declined in value material ly All the modern industrial of civilized nations were made possible by the use of horsesanti the future demand promises to be of increased proportions Horses for general utility use are Indispensable and as nations advance in wealth and affluence the demand for horses is There are no substitutes to eliminate the noble equine in his sphere of usefulness in the progress of mankind The equine fashion of the twentieth century will be repeated in the succeeding cycle and the utnre of the industry is brilliant with encour aging promise The breeder who rais es good horses of any commercial class is assured of a stable and market for his surplus and has encouragement to intelligently exploit the industry Drovers Jour nalJ B McKinney of Madison county sold recently to T J Curtis a fine two year old jack 750 This is the highest price paid for a two year old jack in this county for many years BE Buckley of Centerville has purchased the past few days about 100000 pounds of trbacco as follows Of B A Batterton two crops 18000 pounds at 8 and 8ic Walter Switzer 10000 at 8c Hub Griffith 15008 lbs at 10 and 8c Rig Patterson 6000 at lOc T D Tumstbn 8000 at 8c John Mor tie 15000 at TIc Mr Martin 6000 at 7Jc Cynthiana Log Cabin Ordinary persons who undertake to name in order the four most valuable crops raised in this country during the past year will probably if turning to the statistics for verification lose confidence in the sufficiency of their information Everybody of course would Include cotton and probably a majority would put corn first But fewwould include hay and fewer still would place it above wheat This however is the order corn cotton hay and The faith ig dead that knows no Change No man wlMf crown who works foJneV Vf man who sighs always enjoys sorrow ft Bel wood froII countyStarks substitute inaugurated condition and an development demand offer livestock developments intensified every q c dt tj l S sv I remunerative wheat A The r ass 3 rey To I in sti str Kotisj- ll persiiiH vhilins ayainst tiv cstitteof S Undenvood hereby untitled to verify them ac curding to law and file them with me attorneys Jas I Hamilton and W r Williams Lancaster on or before April 1 1004 E L Underwood Adm J S Underwood All holding claims o r accounts against the estate of TheoCurrey Sr will please presents to Theo Cur Jr properly proven and sworn to Mrs Theo Currey Admx the Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the party As Circuit Judge itmy duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become of the States history and at a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put force the provisions of the newCone as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a arose as to its proper con Almost innumerable cases have burdened time dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercises of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circuui stances is left to you to determine Iwill be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and olllce to which 1 aspire respectfully 212tf JAMES E CANTUKLL All parties going to Indian or Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf time late J Last Notice became apart controversy Oklahoma Westerns arm cra hit IIL y fl3t Demotic tution uction Its necessary to have some key in the house to ward off sudden at tacks of colds and pneumonia But you shouldjtakejgreat care to get Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of 10yearold absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for 3ao and pay all Express charges to your nearest ex press office Or we will send you One Gallon of our sixyear old abso lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain sealed box for 250 a twogallon jug in box 475 a threegallon jug in box 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 onr guarantee is always good Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim our whiskey is absolutely pure and a little better than any other at the price and we elect each customer a judge in the case If after you have tried it you dont find 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 fail to please you Make your remittance payable and address DISTILLING CO Or P O Box 422 Lexington Ky r A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with each order iiifrJji Removal Sale IN THE WINTER TIME good whis GOOp PUREr HAGAN 8 r T r wtik r L 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 once Several new for Childrens l 8 8 Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan 1st Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery Garrard Gounty Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER I I mfiJ I8B D EJ tI THE LANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A M to 3 P M Call early Q Q3 4tt v FOX 8 2 2 furnishevery 8 6 STUDIO Taken Up As Estray A red heifer calfrabout five or six months old Has been In Lowell since bout first of January Owner can haye same by proving property and paying all charges J A Scott ty P Fiij J Lowell 344t That v Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky For Congress are authorized to announce non D It MOORE of Mercer County us a candidate for Congress in the District to succeed G subject to the action of the party Your support is earnestly tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce It L as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo crutic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie H Gulley is a candieatc for Supt of Public Schools in CatererS 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 Demo cratic party 51 We OI ht Hon- G Democratic solicited 01 the AN DAvid- SON 1 8 Btiazley Paris over Thump na store st e t e e e t t i f1 w a BEAZLEY 0 C PARIS DentIt01- 5cc Danvilme 4 A d s 51 m Enns acttxpctt SIXTH AND MAINSTREETS Union Rational Bsrk- Duidin LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT ACCOUNTfHG DEPARTMENT BRPiERCES GOLDENMEDICAL DISCOVERYTHE BaOODLIV RlgJfJGS POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting or any purpose as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law BrosEd veil Dave W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAndersonIl A Beazley Milt Ward Vm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs J II West W R Cook Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C F J White J S Daniels IIemphill Walden Leslie Harbcr Henry Kuhlmann V A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell I Mrs P D Gill I I J FLASH THE NEWS across the world I that it may be seen by humanity every Plant the most marvelous medical the world has ever known will quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CATARRH and all BLOOD DISEASES It strikes at and replacing it with pure rich blood DISEASE can not EXIST when the BLOOD is PUKE LIFE PLANT makes it so then nature does her part and disease is soon forgotten in the enjoyment of perfect health Our guarantee CURE NO PAY Sirs Chas Spacb of Fifth St New Philadelphia 0 three months I had rhotfmutisin In a severe form My rent were so badly swollen that felt K I were slundlu on needles Could walk only with great dldlculty und severe pain The pain wls so severe as to give many ileepUss hours ut night Iwas a great sufferer Could no ro much for Iv MFG ONLY BY THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON O iI iI dIscov- ery diseasebydriving isNO all Twobottles life LEWIS Y LEAVELL President Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Success o CALL On WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION Business College THOSE TURNER I CHAS G HARRIS f MANAGERS If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing The Markets LOUISVILLE KY MAR 1C 4 P M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 40 4 05 Medium to good shipping steers 4 2Ti 4 40 Choice butcher steers 4 00 4 25 Medium to good butchers 3 50 3 73 Common to medium butchers 3 OC 3 40 Good to choice feeders 3 4 00 Common to medium feeders 2 50 3 Up Good to extra stock steers 3 50 375 Common 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 50 3 CO Choice veal calves 500 5 M Common to medium calves 3 50 4 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO Ibs 5 05 Medium packers 160 to2W lbs 5 05 Choice light ship 120 to leo Ibs 5 SO Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 4 00 Good pigs 50 to 00 Ibs 4 25 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 7o 4 00 Fair to good 2 50 3 50 Common to medium 2 00 2 50 Bucks 2 CO 3 CO Extra shipping lambs 5 50 Best butcher lambs 5 50 Common tallcndlambs 400 4 50 Old NewspapersF- or Sale at The Record Office 7 I I 475 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson B T Embry Bookkeeper O O O O 000 O Q 3 0 3AsstCashr 0 i DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson 2 Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird 2 000 O O 1 493 er a U l VIce Pre J S ROBINSON ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS fiooot B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson Potts FlourJeedStflre and Exchange John H Potts Propr V Corn Seed Grains Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash r EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville aye i PHONB 100 50000 J J Walker T M Arnold 1 S CottonI r It IO I 1 Graham ooo I S frs r w r- 3 1a