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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 1 1904 i0 rA FIFTEENTH YEAR 4 i tl aruafsaai JPLUMBING A 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 REPAIRING We are the peo pie when good honest reparing is prices are right J A BEAZLEYGO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky L DAVIDSON Attorney At haw Office over Btormes drag store Prompt attention to business NEW DRESS GOODS If you need a new Spring dress call at our store We have all the new goods such as Voiles Tweeds Mo hairs Suitings Lin jags Braids But tons Trimmings Laces Etc Also a large line ofwash goods All kinds of pro duce wanted R L JENNINGS Paint Lick JI guttering ofwork doneand our J RH- ASHLllHN JV At I E R t I la r robe t a 40400 r r t rFi r 4 F t Y b a r7 Of Local Interest Get out the fishing pole Jowl and greens are ripe April 14 Ideal Entertainers Get out the white wash brush Hunt up last years straw hat The goodsbox sage will soon be with Record is fourteen years old to day Remember the date April 14 Ideal Entertainers Leaves are beginning to appear and the grass is beautiful Ten cents worth of lime and a white wash brush add greatly to your prem ises This is All Fools Day and if all fools celebrate it a tremendous rack et will be kept up Willie West presided over the organ at the Christian church Sunday and did the work well See notice of millinery openings in this issue The ladies will be out in full force this week Dont miss lectures tonight and tomorrow at W C T U rooms No admission The Ideal Entertainers gave the best show brought to Lancaster last winter Remember the date April 14th The Council should see that all the streets and alleys are carefully before the mud and tilth is convert ed into dust Do this gentlemen it will more than likely prevent much sickness W T Burdick the prohibition will speak at the W C T U rooms tonight Thursday and tomor row night at 8 oclock He is a line speaker and all are cordially invited No charge Whisky was plentiful Monday and several old roosters who can generally hold their own got too much No matter how skilled a fellow may be old booze will sometimes get the un derholt and floor him Circuit court adjourned this week Judge Bell having cleared the docket TIe has made many warm friends in Lancaster his fair rulings and sterling social bearing having captured our people completely Sale of Property We failed to note the sale of the Currey property in last issue Elder F M Tinder buught the place which contains seventeen acres price 4000 The property is nicely located and ve ry desirable To the Public The undersigned having sold their stock of Hardware and Farming to Elkfn desire to express their the liberal patronage In the pas and to request a continuance of wlth their who apeworthy gentlemen 41tf T B EightyFive Years Old Mr Timothy Logan who resides near this city celebrated his 85th anniversary Sunday a large number of friends being present and enjoying a splendid dinner Mr Logan is in re markably good health and his many friends wish he may live to pass many more mile stones He is the father of Messrs John M and Hugh T Logan of this city Providence church on the Danville pike is being torn away the having scattered to other churches leaving only a handful to worship in the famous old building The land which was given the church by Frederic Yeager will be sold and the proceeds will according to terms of the deed be used to erect a monu ment over the grave of Mr Yeager Knights Templar Ryan Commandry will be inspected next Wednesday evening in the hand some new building in Danville Our old newspaper friend Bro Geo A Lew is who is Grand Commander will con duct the Inspection Quite a number of Garrard county Sir Knights will at tgnd There work in the Red Cross at 3 p m banquet at 6 and Templar work at 8 Fairly Good Court Monday was County Court but as the farmers are getting ready for their work which is much behind nota large crowd came in The merch ants report a fair day the weather not having become warm enough to create a demand for spring goods Tra ding was a little better than usual however some sales being considered quite good Saturdays Louisville Times con tamped good likenesses of four of Lan casters oldest and most highlyres pected citizens Messrs John K West Moses Collier William Collier and The Records main stay Capt lin Jackson White All are in remark ably good health after having the storms of so many years and this paper joins with the entire corn munity in wishing them many more yeare of happiness usThe I Vrr Burdicks n i g h t feet than or s e successors I I scraped evangelist Implements Moue congregation will be very Frank weathered I r- Y H of Mrs Elisa Walker will be at her Saturday Those having business connected with the schools will find her there regularly now her health having improved very much Unfeeling Editors A contemporary unfeelingly calls the boys and girls who think they are about big enough for society the size and another calls it the trundle bed set The Aid Society will have a special articles at the exchange in post office Saturday Easter eggs old ham chickens in fact anything you want in the eating line If you want the best give them a call Easter Services of next Sunday Methodist church at 1045 Preaching by Dr E II Pearce Pastor subject What May we Know of the Ressurrectlon Life 7 p m entire service conducted by Epworth League special program exercises Everyone heartily invited Former Garrard County Man Tne Decatur Ill Review of the 22d ult has over a column of the death of Mr Joseph C A Odor which occurred in that city Monday He was a Garrard county man but moved to Decatur many years ago He was married to Miss Elizabeth Logan an aunt of Messrs John M and Hugh Logan of this city Review speaks in the highest of Mr Odor and mentions the many positions of honor and trust he has held in that city The burial took place in Decatur Death Of Edwin Walker When the last issue of The Record had been put to press Mr Edwin II Walker one of our oldest and best passed away at the residence of his soninlaw Mr Dave G Ross in this city Mr Walker had been quite sick for some time and his death was not unexpected lie had resided in Lancaster for many yearsand his kind disposition modest manner and life had won for nim the res pect and confidence of all the citizens was of a sociable and friendly diE position always having a pleasant word for those he met and a word of encouragement for his brother man Elder F M Tinder conducted services at the Lancaster Cemetery where the interment took place Liked the Work The Mt Vernon Signal passes the following duly appreciated James Maret went over Tuesday to see Henlay Bastin take the third degree in Masonry in Lancaster Lodge No 104 where Mr M took the degrees 28 years ago Two old members who assisted in the of the degrees at that time were present Tuesday night Col Burnside A T Anderson and Major Rubt Kinnaird who appeared almost as young as they used to be and took a big part in the work has a splendid blue lodge built up under the guidance of the only Louis that big hearted Jake Joseph who is now Master No 104 A banquet at the new Mason Hotel was one of the enjoyable features of the occasion Merchant of Venice By hard work Manager E W Lillard of tbe Danville opera house has secured the above superb attraction to appear in that city tonight Apr 1 The pro duction is rated as being one of the strongest companies leaving NewYork t this season and the special engage ment of Mr Joseph DeGasse as Shy lock with Miss Ida May Park as Portia who played Marguerite to Lewis Morrisons Mephistopheles will give full assurance of a clevery chosen cast The company carries the entire scenic equipment and the has spared no expense in elaborately costuming the play This attraction is under the same manage ment as Puddnhead Wilson and The Prisoner of Zenda A party of Lancaster people will take the opportunity of witnessing the production Telephone Mr Lillard and have seats reserved A Great Attraction Tim tournament to be held by the Lancaster Athletic Association in this city June 222324 will bring several hundred of the very best ath tortes in the state within our little city and the occasion will bring a great many visitors As stated in last issue teams can bring all the ring ers they choose so every team will be a strong one Medals will be offer ed for base ball running jumping polevaulting throwing hammer and shot hurdle tennis contests bicycle races etc At night there be oratorical musical and declamato ry contests at the Court House so all the time will be occupied by some good attraction As stated above this will bring a great many people to townand our people should and will put forth every effort to make their stay a pleasant one New Having purchased T B Walker Sons stock of Hardware and Farming Implements we solicit the patronage of the public and guarantee the lowest prices and the best quality Tbe Studebaker Birdsell the Oliver anvxulcan Plows still in the line dies Harness Graa eedsand everything used in house oiyon the farm Mount Elkin 41tf f i fc e number- of a m notice honorable compliment conference RA Lancaster Landram and advantage- of roes nerally II the are A ofSad office frying Memorial citizens e to Lancaster Israelite management doubtless Firm wagons lead f fovea the a GG is Of Of in t Eld F M Tiuder will preach at church next Lords day at 1045 m and 715 p m There will be spec lal Easter music The City Dads have purchased four foot poles which will be used In constructing the drying rack for the fire hose just back of the engine house The wheat crop continues to give evidence of not having fared so badly during the winter It will be short of course but not so complete a some have made it out For three successive Thursdays the day train has met with a mishap Twice the same car jumped the track it being one from another company and not accustomed to running over a firstclass track The lake is almost full now the rains pouring thousands of gal Ions of water into the big jug Tnere now a doubly sure supply for next summer and those accustomed to their liquor straight can taper down a little by making toddies A Different Kind of Hose What are those long poles for inquired a pretty girl of Bob David son as she peered at the poles to be used in drying the fire hose Those are to be used in drying hose Bob Oh yes I always hang mine over the back of a chair in front the replied the little Miss thinking to whom she was speak ing Being of such exceptionally manner Bob darted into Jim Beaz leys store leaving the blushing girl pondering over the maxim Think twice before you speak A Convenient Tree Mr W R Cook has a large sycamore tree on his farm near town which has proven to be of inestimable to the hands It has become from age and a hemp breaker has discovered that the hollow space will hold exactly 500 pounds of hemp When hemp is being broken instead having a pair of scales it this tree and so has been tested that Mr Cook and the hands settle on this measurement of the days work He is thinking of having it so partitioned off that corn hay etc can be measured with equally as satisfactory accuracy Democratic County Committee A regular meeting of the Democratic Committee for Garrard county M F Rout Ballew and R L Burton were appointed a committee to draft a in reference to the E L Wood as Chairman and as follows We your committee after receiving the resignation of E L Woods desire by this of the Democratic party of Gar rard county to tender him our thanks for his leadership and splendid work resulting in the success of the party 1903 and say as Robert E Lee said when Stonewall Jackson received the fatal wound in his left arm lost his left I lost my right The resolution was unamiously and W G Gooch was elected perma nent chairman A Beautiful Display Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather many ladies attended the opening of the Spring and Summer millinery at Miss Ada Dicker sons Marvel Millinery Store Wednes day and yesterday Those who have observed and are posted on such mat say the display and decorations tar surpass any ever seen outside the large city stores and the taste by Miss Dickerson and her trimmer Miss Keim has been the of great praise and many criticisms The is indeed the picture of loveliness the pretty hats being arranged to show to best advantage whil e the decorations are perfect in every de Miss Dickerson has proven that she knows what the people want and how to select it Miss Keim is a trimmer of wide experience and her good taste and ability have been complimented by our people If you have not already done so call to day and see this display as it excels anything of the kind ever attempted in Lancaster Additional Personals Miss Lillie May Hemphill of Rich olasville is visiting Mrs J E Stormes Mrs Louis Brown and pretty little daughter of Nicbolasville are guests of her sister Miss Dickerson Mrs Hatcher is critically ill of consumption and it is believed that she will only live for a very short time Danville News Messrs T M Arnold and Duncan Goodloe of Garrard ty passed thro Danville en route to Harrodsburg to attend the funeral of Abe McMordie The Misses Lear of Mrs Frank Third street At close of a letter the editor has just received from his good friend Harry Giovanolli private secretary to Hon John W Yerkes be says Yon will this scattering letter as 1 just from the hospital where boy was born today All doing well H a r r y s Kentucky friends who are legion join In heart lest wishes for the good health and happiness of the youngster who should he develop into as bighearted fellow as big daddy ifill stake a useful Chris- tIan faIlure- as replI- ed lire modest service hollow isput Into often it C S resolution resignation- of reported resolutionin adopted displayed complimentary storeroom T J SaturdayWhileJ P am another tome citizen r 2 recent taking before behalf Stonewall ers object highly coo the excuse I Y n The comic picture of J i which appeared in last issue of The M was drawn by our townsman I Mr Clay Sutton Mr Suttous work fi has been highly complimented by the l city cartoonists and received much r praise from the public All If to write a story and he can it giving an exact likeness of the person This work is done entire ly from memory a gift few people f A Worthy Tribute The following resolutions referring to our former esteemed townsman R G Ward uud family were adopted at the recent session of the Quarterly Conference and Official Board of the Memorial Methodist church of Lan casterResolved That in removal of Mr and Mrs R G Ward and family from our midst we feel called to testify our highest fraternal for their faithful liberal and fellowship in the exalted bond of the Gospel of our Divine Redeemer In every good word and work they were ever ready with help and cheer in every trust strong and steadfast to witness and serve in the Masters way Their example abides for the of our faith while our hearts go with them in prayer and tenderest wishes in the unbroken bond of our Lords Kingdom Resolved That this record be upon the official journal of this church in its official session as a tribute not only of this church but of entire Christian community who have been blessed by their fellowship in the gospel of our Divine Saviour Testimonial to Old Soldiers The editor of this paper desiring to show his high regard and personal friendship for the members of th local camp of Confederate Veterans and also give a little testimonial to the beloved gentleman for whom the camp was named the lamented Dr M David Logan printed a satin badge for each member the badge bearing a splendid picture of Uncle Dave name and number of Post etc We desired no publication of the gift but the following resolution proves so clearly the high sense of appreciation on the part of the gallant old soldiers we cannot refrain from printing it Stated meeting Camp M D Logan Lancaster Ky March 26 1904 Pres ent Hon Joe II Arnold A Doty Adjutant On motion a resolution was adopted as follows Be it resolved by the members of Camp M D Logan that we tender our sincere thanks to Louis Landram of The Central Record for the badges made by him and presented to the members of this Camp Signed J II Arnold Comr J A Doty Adt J W Hamilton Clerk A Genius I E Stormes necessary- is I Commander- J Record illustrate enjoy affectionately regard devoted endeavor enrolled rightful p editor ill Millinery Opening ii April 1 and 2 1 We will have display handsome line of Spring and Summer Millinery All Invited to Attend Logan Dry Goods Co I Jffg i il I 3 CI fl tl THE K X0WX l X ltbX Z J ioni a- very K 1 I I J I I I I I I I I Hats Hats We have received a line I of the newest I Spring and I Suer flats I now displayed in our window I Come early and avoid the rush JHIf i 1 t 1 t e e eft il of t t ie l t tw wAsp It I I s04P SS R r ka Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co A wise buyer considers all points before spending his money This being the case we were careful to bring only the very BEST goods to Lancaster and also to ask only the most reason able pricesfor them We call especial attention to superb line of White Dress Goods Spring Belts Gloves Hosiery Neckwear Beautiful Ribbons Veils Fine Shoes Slippers COME TO US for the Latest Styles Lowest Prices and Best Goods Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED CoW o V w V 0 t I I ShirtWaistings It 11 I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I It I 11 I I I 11 I 11 r I fi I our ELECTRIC RANGES They burn coal or wood They heat up very quick They dont cost you much They are fully guaranteed They require but They are the prettiest stoves made And are sold by home merchants Hardware Co I Iittler fuel f ri f HASELDENROBINSON ii F t Pt i 1 b 4jx a i CENTRAL RHCORD LOUIS LANURAM Entered at the Pal in Man Matter Lancaster Ky April 1 1964 Nine years ago today the present editor mounted the tripod in the Rec ord office At that time the paper was five years old so today The enters Its fifteenth year While writing this item we cannot refrain from pondering over the ups and downs the joys and sorrows of those nine years which in some respects have been centui ies to us doubtless thinks he has the hardest place to fill but those who know say a country newspaper is about as hard a proposition as can go up against While the work has been laborious and the road rough and rugged yet we have found some most pleasant features in the business One of the most gratifying results is that we beyond the peradventure of a doubt who are our friends and who are not who will stand by us and who are friends in outward appear This latter knoweledge worth more than a brownstonefront residence forty stories high Have we made any money While say we have never had a dollar which didnt have to be immediately applied on some expense or debt yet we have had something to eat and wear and as that is all a fellow gets out of this old world we are pretty well satisfied on that feature But to come to the serious side of the ques tion we are not satisfied with our efforts for we know the paper has been what it should be We can say in all truthfulness that we have never sent out an issue with which we were completely satisfied never content but on the other hand always hoped that the next should be better In the many columns of matter which this humble pen has produced there has never been one word of injected and if any person any article as a blow at we want to say right here that he is sadly mistaken We have made a hard fight for improvements in the town and while not conceited enough to say we brought about the many conveniences yet we have kept the people thinking about them We have the best list of subscribers any paper ever had both in and quality The best people in the county take The Record and bet ter still they pay for it The of the town are uptodate as a glance at our advertising columns show The hay seed element has about disappeared and there is a spirit of hustle that is gratifying indeed We have witnessed many changes in the few years we have been occupying a perch from which we see every move made in the town Some mighty good citizens some lifelong friends have been called to their re ward but such things must come to pass While Lancaster has been of some of her most useful yet the new ones are as a rule full of grit and push and the outlook for Lancaster is as favorable as that of any town we know In taking on the bit we want to say for the steenth time that the columns are always open for mat ter that will benefit the town say a good word for deserving people or be of any good to the community but if you have an article intended to wound the feelings of any one no matter how humble that person is dont bring here take it to papers who delight to publish such stuff Our rate for Jo cal advertising is ten cents but had we received five cents a line for all the malicious dirty articles we have refused to print that is so much for not printing them we would now be living on the shady side of Easy Street clipping courons instead clipping good items from brother newspaper men But enough along this line If The Record is deserving tell others if you think it no good tell us Come to see us give us an or der for printing and thus help us to give the people a clean paper one which can be taken to the fireside of any home So Heres to your good health to your familys good health and may you all live long and per Its a good old world no matter if at times it does seem that things are going to the demnition bowwows At a low theater the other day where the audience was made up of a motley crowd of men and boys a player came on the stage and sang a cheap song a song in laudation of the convivial cup He bad a good voice and his pantomime was cleverbut song drew only a light round of plause For an encore the singer chose a sentimental song another cheap affair but one that had the sav This time the audience broke into and prolonged applause There was a lot of in that audience not withstanding its questionable pursuit the seamy side of life itcome and yet the motherlove sentiment touched It deeply showing that itwas far lost to the innate good lurks in every one And so it is wherever you go The moral social that we see around us it will not do to condemn them as wholly bad No is ever wholly lost To deny this is to make of all and of rellgiona mock ery A kind word a no ble response in many a apparent ly lost to all that is good Have you the kind word or have you the usual 1 7 office KI as Second Clan r one havelearned once only wecan truthfully not construed himself Lancaster numbers merchants will general i deprived citizens I a fresh it aline of I pros I drinking undyinghearty nessthat theologyyes W 1 C lift I v jftl Lancaster Record Everyman mice grip From outcasts one will awaken man in life censure t t t t al tap and IWVVVNTSVJilfi Mr John CrutchHelcI of Lexington spent a few days with Mr Mote Scott last week Mr Will DIckerson sold a family horse to Mr Cyrus Eason for 90 a few days ago Mr Tom Dunn bought a horse a few days since from Sam Dunn of Dan ville for 110 Mrs B P Swope entertained a of her friends very delightfully at her home in the country Wednes dayMisses Mayme Ballard and Annie Perkins have returned after spending a few days with Miss Nell Bourne of McCreary Miss Margaret Gallaher has return ed from an extended visit to Wash ington City and is now with Miss Mattie Mae Jenkins Dr W M Elliott J W Hutch of Salvisa were in Cincinnati week where they went to buy the safe and furniture for the bank Mrs A S Haselden has received a beautiful line of Spring and Summer millinery and will have her opening Friday Saturday April first and second Mrs Celia Armstrong is receiving her millinery and all are invited to call and Inspect Miss Clara Bennett 01 Louisville will be with her again as trimmer Dr Chris Faris of your city several days last week and did quite a good deal of dental work His work was very highly complimented and we hope to be able to have him with us again soon Mr C C Becker one of our prominent business men has been quite ill for several but is now very much improved and will soon be able to be out to the of his many friends Miss Jennie Swope has organized a Music Club which will meet once a month The first meeting will beheld Saturday with Miss Elizabeth Bryant It will be quite a treat to all music lovers as at each meeting all the pro gram will be arranged from some fa write composer The study urday will be Bach Mrs Armstrong wishes to say to her many friends and patrons that having selected her millinery from theSouths largest house Baird Son of will open at the old stand in Bry antsville this Spring A new and line of millinery All goods are latest styles The wellknown and ex perienced trimmer Miss Bennett been secured for the season we feel we can please and see Sciatic Klieimiailtm Cured I have been subject to sciatic for years says E II Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joints were stiff and gave me much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up I used Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or ache from the old trouble for many months It is certainly a most won derful liniment For sale by Frisbies lm PAINT LICK Smallpox is now a thing of the past Oscar Hammocks Carriage and Blacksmith shop is about completed- R L Jennings is showing a beauti ful line of dress goods tf Mr Jonas Rucker who has been quite sick at Ford Ky is expected home in a day or so His sister Miss Eliza Rucker has been him with for two weeks Paint Lick have a car load of Northern White Seed Oats which they will sell at 53 cents a bushel 3 4tf Jennings and Rucker have divided their property The hotel now belongs to Rucker and the store to Jennings Rucker Is going to enlarge the hotel as there Is not room for our hustling hotel man Ike Arnold For Carpets Mattings Window shades Poles Stair Carpet Curtains etc try R L Jennings tf The graded school question for the two districts is now being brought the people and we are sure after they find out how good and cheap a school we would have the majority of the people will be for the school Collars Pads Gear and Garden tools at Jennings tf Our town so completely blocked up with buggies wagons horses and people that it was a job to pass thro One merchant came over opposite the mill and lugged a sack of bacon for a lady that could not get any closer to to his store J olt Today The timeworn injunction Never put off ill tomorrow what you cap do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you bout that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been gling for several days perLaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO DAY and let that remedy be Dr Bon chees German Syrup which has been In use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly re lieve your cough or cold and its con tinued use for a few days cure you completely No matter deep seated your cough if dread con sumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as It has done before in of apparently hopeless caste of lung trou pie New trial 25c regular size75c At all druggists lAug and Ir iman this and most days againmuch grat- Ification forBat Louisville complete hav- Ing t rheumatism Chamberlains Drug Store McWhorter Estridge before R even pt tr number where Call L was sir how thousand bottles y 4 as ug of PUB LIC SALE I w n SATURDAY APRIL 2 1C04 all my household and kitchen furniture to the highest and best Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins promptly at 2 oclock Mrs Theo Currey Admx Spiritual growth is never spasmodic The truth that hits is the truth we hate Nothing Equal to Cliamberlalnt Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy for Bowel Complaint lu Children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our familv for years says Mrs J RCooke Nederlands Texas Wehavegiv en it to all our children We have used other medicines for the same purpose but never found anything to equal Chamberlains It you will use it as directed it will always cure For sale by Frisbies Drug Stoic lm 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 of fer big inducements to cus tomers The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co 4th and Jefferson st Louisville Ky PUBLIC SALE FINE SUBURBAN HOME NEAR DANVILLE KY I will sell at public auction on tho premises on Thursday April 7th 1904 at 2 oclock p m my home place situ ate in Boyle Co Ky about i mile from Danville on Pleasant Hill Turn pikeThe place contains 36 acres of tine land and all in grass except the garden It is well watered by a branch and a never failing spring from which the water is piped to the dairy and to troughsThere is on the place a frame dwell 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 tine 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 semiaunually Will he glad to show place to any one or give information by letter This March 9 1904 Mary M Fox 3t Danville Ky Promptitude is the life of praise He who waits onfate wins failure Love never boasts of its sacrifices Good Spirits Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the line spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not a bad liver the one ill effects it produces Yon cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would eelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a cer tain cure for dyspepsia or Indigestion It has been a favorite household for over thirtyfire years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all 1 Aug Now Is The Time To Use HYOMEI Cures Catarrh and Prevents Colds No Stomach Dosing Just Breathe It At this season of the year troubles are very prevalent and nearly every person suffers to a certain extent Catarrh is actually the result of a succession of colds and can be easily prevented if the proper treatment is followed Hyomei is a natural yet scien Secure the colds and grip troubles that lead to catarrh as well as a positive cure for thedis ease itself The balsamic air of HYOMEI breathed through the small pocket inhaler that comes with every is filled with and healthgiving qualities that pene trate to the minutest air cells of the head throat and lungs It kills all catarrhal germs frees the mu coos membrane from poisonous microbes and makes a perfect and complete cure of catarrh The complete outfitcosts t while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured for Soc McRoberts sells on the no cure no pay plan and will refund the if it fails to give perfect satisfaction You take no risk whatever in using Hyomei It is the only treatment sold under a guarrantee of this nature whet a leading local druggist agrees tore the money it the treatment fails to cure xm II inghouse m or Flowerthe remedy liberal druggists t ca- tarrhal for outfit c I r i i J m sell bidder Nf l E C reedy hundred an money turn r y- i d d h McWhoter Estridge PAINT LICK KY LADIESsee our line of DRESS GOODS especially our lines of Dress Goods Waistings Hamburgs Laces All in Latest Styles A large line of UP TO DATE just arrived direct from New York Gentlemen call and be fitted in an entire suit from Hat to Shoes nothing lacking at our big store McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY We carry Moulding in stock and frame Pictures Try us Neatly and promptly McRoberts Drug Store FREEThis year the ROYAL TAILORS of are giving Automobiles to tl eir 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 and we are delighted to announce have the prettiest line 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 RENING SATURDAY APRIL 2ND I R rrr0t f08 rf 00 0 10 00 1 I r0J 1 1 10 I 1J I I I CLOTHING I I I I fl0Z lI Ii jm Ift J 1 6 I OOOOOOOOOOOcOOO OO B E E 10 AUTOM08Il Chicago customers mans OOOOOC thatwe c TILLZTJr y t xrE3 i I I m xoQ I t OocaOooo4ooa 1 re a V t That Means Chatanooga Chilled Work equal to any or belter Draft lighter than any other Baeakage less than any other Postle guarantees every one Chatanooga Chatanooga Cutting Harrows Smoothing Harrows Land Rollers Corn Drills Corn Planters Double Shovels Cultivators Hemp Drills USE FERTILIZER K F Postle Opening of Fine Millinery Saturday April 2 P We extend a mose cordial invitation to the ladies to visit Jlte our store and examine the prettiest line of Spring and Sum Jjrmer Millinery ever brought to Lancaster M- JJaKe fly Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store IP Mrs Jrio F Lear wJM First door below Citizens Bank Danville st xr iiifljjfjXX0X j1Jg jlll GJ flJ rPlows Plows I eoIII1D 1 m e I JWJiffjigJJfJf WfWWYllJ YfJ JB BBBB9BBBB W J gj Jd JL J f I t lam a- Q lily Q S Q i t f r i i cF w r PERSONALS Dr E 11 Pearce spent a few days in DanvilleMr Gill of Danville was here this week Mrs L Arnold is visiting relatives in Uustonville Jno Nevius of Stanford was here a few days with friends Mrs Tevis of Kirksville is visiting her mother at Mrs Geigers Col T S Elkin made a business trip to Cincinnati a few days since Miss Eliza Ison of Beuna Vistahas gust of Mrs Ellen Poor Mrs R II Tomlinson has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Mesdames C D Waits and Jesse Sweeney visited Mrs Guy Davidson Mr and Mrs John Francis and pretty baby have been visiting at Capt Alex Dotys Mrs Doljh Rice has been visiting the family of Mr A K Walker in up ner Garrard WE ARE Greatly Encouraged By the liberal patronage we have received and the passed stock and certainly appre the same Our stock is complete and we cordial ly Invite all to call and inspect if Our Lovely Hats Miss ADA DICKERSON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st been the p p dJ fi1 11 W lour r IIr TAl I0 l zv ziLJWOB 1 r r i G m D maD 0 4 l C lG D 0 0 I MLGD 1M11iyi r p p Col W S Ferguson of Covington has been here this week looking after his farmMrs Louis Landram is visiting her sister Mrs A H Rice in Springfield OhioMiss Bettie Anderson whose illness has been noted in thiscolumn is some betterMrs Jeff Dunn of Bryantsville has been visiting her parents air and Mrs John K West Miss Callie Adams of Richmond has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Miss Rebecca Williams of Paint Lick will spend Easter with her in this city Ed Walton of the Stanford Journal was here Monday and gathered in ma ny dollars for his good paper Cashier Kemper of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick attended a meeting of the bankers held in Frankfort Fri day Richmond Register Mrs Belle Ray burn has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Parker Gregory in Lan casterCounty Attorney Jas I Hamilton en tertained a number of friends at an elegant dinner Friday evening in hon or of Judge Bell Mrs n C Payne of Fayette county arrived Fridy evening to visit her sis ter Miss Jane and brother John Hop per on Richmond street Peaches Burdett who is wellre membered by Lancaster people is now spending some at Junction City his health being spine better Interior Journal Mr II M Ballou and wife of Lancaster were here yes terday with relatives Miss Lillie Warner of Garrard is the guest of Mrs J W Perrin Mrs Kennedy ofjjLexington was called to the bedside of her little Porter Scott Hudson in this city We are glad to say the pretty little one is now much better Mrs Carrie Nation of Kansas has been visiting her brother Mr Thos Moore in this county Mrs Nation was born and reared in this county removing to the West some years ago Mrs Nannie Stevens and tbee sons Chauncey Charles and Bowman of Douglass Arizona are visiting her parents W G tine granddaughter Biggest line of Buggies Surries Etc ever brought to Lancaster See our stock and get our prices omplete line of double and single Buggy Harness Wagcn Harness Hames Collars Pads Chains Lines Etc ROMANS ELMORE m aw yt 1 o f l Runabouts G r w r r we x r ser Mii s Itiuirtvp6 r Miss Lzzei Hopper who has spending some time with her also came Mr Ollie Terrill the clever book keeper and assistant cashier of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick was here Monday and made The Record office a pleasant call Mrs Elisa Walker will return today from a protracted visit to the South She reports her sister Mrs McDowell as much improved in health Mrs Walkers health is also much improved by her stay in the South The following bevy of pretty girls are guests of Miss Mary Arnold Miss es Bertha florctchky of Houston Tex Neppe Burns of Versailles Katharine Hemphill of Nicholasville and Miss Maretta Crowe of Louisville Stanford W S Beazles wife and handsome little son caster spent Sunday with Mr W W Hays and family Ware McRoberts our ellicient and faithful Lancaster scribe was here yesterday Mr J R Mount and family of Coving ton will move to the property on Dan vine street just recently occupied by Eld F M Tinder The Record extends a cordial welcome to Mr Mount as he is a man of push and progressthe kind that help a town This office will be under many to anyone telephoning or send ing in visitors or if they take a trip anywhere We want all the names we can get and appreciate the sending in of items It is impossible to find out all the news The Stanford Interior Journal says Col W G Welsh continues to improve As stated before he suffered from blood poisoning it becoming necessary to amputate two of his toes Col Welsh is popular in this city and ma ny Lancaster friends are interested in his welfare Our old friend A E Hundley of Boyle county was here Monday and made this office a most pleasant call Qe is one of our old side pards with whom we have had more fun than a box full of monkeys Ace is a yard wide and all wool and what he tells you is just that way or at least he thinks it is or he wouldnt say so Miss Louise Kauffman left Saturday for Charleston W Va where she has accepted a good position in one of the public schools Miss Kauffman who is a graduate of Kentucky University at Richmond is eminently fitted for the place and her many friends while regretting to see her leave Lancaster wish her all success A Springfield Ohio paper prints the following Mrs George F Burba entertained several friends at pro gressive euchre last evening at her home 47ff South Fountain avenue The winners of the prizes were as fol lows First prize Mrs Howard Rice cut glass punch bowl second prize Miss Altie Marksbury Perryville Ky silver chafing dish lone hand prize Miss Bess Marksoury Lancaster Ky hand painted set booby prize Mrs Louis Landram Lancaster Ky gold eletrios engrossed Mr Wm R Cook entertained a few of his friends at dinner Saturday evening in a most charming manner The spread was prepared under the super vision of his mother inlaw Mrs Ellen Poor whose skill in not only culinary matters but in the art of most entertainment is never those who have had the pleasure of partaking thereof Mr Cook comes of the genuine Kentucky stock who in having their friends about them and is never so happy as when they cross his threshold The guests at the time mentioned were Eld F M Tinder Messrs Joel J Walker W 1 Williams R L Elkin K F Postle Jno E Stormes and Louis Landram Business and Bargains Seed Oats at Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son ft Seed Oats at Wards grocery Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34 tf See our line of 2D The Logan Dy Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4ltf Seed Oats at Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf Japalac varnish makes old furni ture new At Thompsons tf Large stock fresh cut flowers on hand for Easter Phone 119 41tf Thompson Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34 tf Our new spring goods just in Ladles and Gents gold watches chains etc tf Thompson the Jeweler seed for sale Banks Hudson 4itf I will pay cash for old Coins Erie C Farra Lancaster Kentucky Rubberoid Roofing a good roof for little money HaseidenRqblnson Hardware Co 41tf 130 gold fish just received ft 5iICThomf86n JournalDr fLan obligations namesof forgotten- by delight Car amples Co J C Millet i U 1 been I delightful oods 3258t r rt v- Y r3 will highest market price for 100000 pounds wool 3 25tf Calladiums and tuberose and bulbs tf J C Thompson Silver spoons 3G5 sets to select Also new souvenir spoons tf Thompson the Jeweler Money to Loan 1000 on real estate Call We have a line of the fr and best cakes ever brought to tf Currey Day Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement Cash Cheap II B Northcott 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 Wanted 90 brakes tf R M West The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Automobile Free The Royal give 10 Auto mobiles to their custotHersyabsolutely free Each customer an equal chance to get one szc Hemphill who will tell you all about it 3 25tf Bargains in Buggyharness HaseldenHobiuson Hardware Co For Sale Two houses and lots and two lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Ky We are prepared to cut afad make carpets to order 2c The Logan Co I have the most elegant line of Merchant Tailoring I have ever had Call and examine I would to get your order for an Easter Suit J C Hemphill No one will leave my place of busi ness with a jjot ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY J C 3 3otf The Ideal Entertaining Co which gave such general satisfaction here last year has been engaged for a per formance at the court house April 14 Remember the date Further partic ulars later Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone Ci 18tf I will give my entire time to the Merchant thissea son and if better satis tion than ever 3 25 tf J C We ars showing a line of Ingrains Brussels Ex ministers Carpets line be fore you buy 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co who a Royal Tailor stands a to get an Go and see J C Hemphill hottOH explain it to you v 325 tf Our line of ifc complete and our prices right 2t The Logan Dfy Goods Co Hemp Seed FOP Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post ollice Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks Choice Hemp Se A few bushels Ientucky Riv er bottom Preston seed for sale Call on J C Herapkijl Lancas ter or Gabe Preston Cheap Rates To all points in Montana Wasing ton Oregon and British Columbia March 1st to April 30th 1904 Special rates to North in March Write at once for information and maps to Ira F Schwegel District Passenger Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Trac tion Bldg Cincinnati Ohio lApr Fine I have just put in a good stock of fresh groceries embracing every arti cle to be found in an uptodate groce ry store Fresh and cured meats con stantly on hand fresh fish in season Give me a call T S Elkin 3 25 tf The Ladies Aid Society will have an exchange at the Post Office Satur day afternoon All kinds of country produce will be on band at low prices Fresh butter eggs old ham jowls and in fact anything in the eating line These exchanges be held every Saturday until further notice 326tf DP Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on Danville St two doors below Record office Consultation free Phone 149 If there is about this method of treating di without the aid of drugs that is tot understood by any it you will cill at my office I take pleasure in Explaining to you I go out and treat patients the same as other physi clans 41tf Notice to School Trustees The School census reportsjire now ready for distribution Chairmen of the Board of Trustees of the various districts will please call at my office and the list for the ensuing as the must be on or about the first day of April 1904 It is the duty of all the trus tees to that this is done and in the chairman falls of the other trustees will attend to It T L L Walker t 2 IGoods S Elkin toloan at this omce 31 tf he t I caster dson For Sale hemp Tailor will C 41 tf Lancast r Dry like florists Ta tin business posslb g lIe phill ha Ids Ye sand See our Everyone bu s suit an e absolute ree I Matt No anything senses scboof taken ii C1 Cf L r Millinery Opent ig t rid and 21 The Logan Co- T pay from S ids building oods suit t letup i ii before a Automobile gs of the nip S one y Dakota Groceries will new one will get census census see case one 4t M F FLATWOODS Dularcd Letter Miss Ada Cook is with her sister Mrs Wm Lawson Miss Virginia Worrell visited at Mr G W Spanglers Clouse Coldiron bought 3 heifers at per hundred Win Coldiron sold to W G Gooch a heifer and two steers for GO W G Gooch bought one steer from W II Furr at 3 75 per hundred Henry Adkins and Sampson Reeves have returned to their work at Jelico twill Manning of Walnut Flat church at Good Hope Sunday Mrs W II Purr visited Mr and Mrs G II Patton of Crab Orchard last weekSunday School will be organized at Gool II jj the first Sunday in AprilEbb suil his tobacco to the Lancaster buyers at 0 50 per hundred W H Furr and Bill Lawson sold their tobacco to the same for 5 per hundred A Thoughtful Iran M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at McRobertss Drug Store 1m LOOK Through OurStock You Purchases We have a strictly nice line of Slices AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL We are agents for the Pennin sular Stoves Also carry full line o f Undertakers Goods and furnish hearse CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky it 325 attended ItIV 11 rIU Before I C0lotbil1g I1at ji fjV n Got Makiog O004O00440004 Sanders Will sell you Sand Lime Cement Plaster Portland Cement Coal and all kinds of Rooflings cheap Give them a trial 411m so St Walker J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm unUiU1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUiU1UU 1l1U1U1U1UUl1U1U1U1UUus A house wellpainted is AN r ECONOMY Not a Luxury I A house painted with a cheap paint is expensive The cost of applying it is the same as with a good paint You cannot afford to let your house go unpainted Neither can you afford to use a cheap paint Rainbow Paint is the Very Best Paititis Possible to Make- We sell it on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE We han dIe everything pertaining to paints Let us have your ibusness it will be appreciatedI I f HIS 81 S IDRUGSTORE KENTUCKY CHIEF Reg 1095 This fine and harness Stallion will make the present season at Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Ky and will ba permitted 30 approved mares at TEN DOLLARS to insure livm colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in county Kentucky Chief is a beautiful seal brown 16 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds in ordinary flesh He tojk premiums at the State Fair at St Louis Lawson Independance and many other places in and was considered one of the best Stallions in the State His large rangy with long well set necks fine backs have great actions and have best of colors He is kind and any lady can ride or drive him V I Fleming 224 2nd dam by Alexanders Edwin Forest 49 3rd dam by Washingtons Denmark 64 4th dam Revanue 5th dam by Imp Glencoe 6th dam by Imported Hedgewood 7th dam by American Eclipes saddle toerve DESCRIPTION the Black Squirrel 58 1st dam Jennie Perkins 85 sire of Lucy g r PEDIGREES Peas BILL COOPERBill Cooper is Jack with white points and is one of the finest individuals in the country He is an extra heavy boned with good feet and body with square nips and is a first class mule Jacks Some of his colts sold last year for 75 He is 4 years old and will make the season at the low priceof 700 for a live colt Grazing at 260 per month and taken but will not be responsible for accidents should any Lien retained on all season money paid Money due In all cases when mares are parted with or bred to another horse or Jack No business on Sunday Phone at ablack IS care occur colts till Residence Root Painting I am prepared to do the very best roof painting also repair roof at very low rates Can save you mon ey Leave orders at Postles store 3t T W Soper 1 tc 1 rCLO 3reE l or Kentucky Crop Report Commissioner Hubert Vreeland has Issued the following crop report for Kentucky Owing to drought of last fall and the late seeding of the wheat crop it was in bad condition to stand State that the wheat crop has very materially and nothing but an early spring and favorable summer can insure even a fair crop of real The prospect for apples and peaches is fairly good The low prices of dark and export tobaccos have greatly discouraged the farmers who grow these types The indications are that the acreage of dark tobacco will be very materially decreased The prices being paid for Burley are more satisfactory and the erea on which this particular variety is grown will be considerably enlarged Beet Cough medicine for Children When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you canplace implicit confidence You want one that not only relieves butcures You want one that is unques tionably harmless You want one conditions There is nothing so Rood for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a certain preven tive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever from whooping cough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of that disease Delayed Letter Albert Skinner sold his crop of hemp to H A B Marksbury at 8450 Clinton Ruble and John Dismukes Jr also Mrs Steve Poor are on thesick list James Spoonamore left last week for Indiana He will likely accept a position there Mr Williams of Jessamine has the farm of Mrs Eliza Wilds and moved his family there Our citizens have long felt the need of a telephone and efforts are new be ing made to get a line here Clarence Lane left this week for Louisville where he has a job He he there some time Joe Skinner left the 29th nIt for Gladston North Dakota We regret to lose Joe but wish him success in his western home The Prohibition Alliance will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday eve ning March 30 Subject for debate is Which is the better Prohibition or Local Option A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lees ville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon there Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price 50c and 100 Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle free 1m 1 Consequentlythe that ceo ChamberlaIns FrIsbiesI BEUNA VISTA busItess rented Similar S suffered wIll likely 4 The traditional washday tests a womans to the full Her back is bent continually over the washboard She lifts and carries all day long Frequently she leaves the steaming laundry to rush into a draught of air and incur the danger of a severe cold What must a wom an endure who does these things when she is suffering from diseases Every movement must be painful to her and aggra vate her Fortynine women out of fifty who suffer from womanly diseases can be perfectly and permanently cured by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ul ceration and cures female weakness- In the I was taken sick writes Mrs Edna Crowder of Ripley Lauderdale CoTenn My had severe pains in back and lower of bowels I kinds of medicine and four of the best doctors inthe country until I gave up all hope of recovery In January 1901 I wrote to RV of Buffalo N and received from him a took of Favorite five of Golden Medical Discov one vial of Pellets and used one box of Tablets and one of Healing I want to Thanks to for medicines and kind advice bowels healthy by the timely use of Dr Pierces Pellets They cure constipation and its many consequences 1 1 MONDAY womanly establishes n letter telling rue to try his medicines I six Prescription Lotion and am now able to work nt yourvaluable I J S Mr John Woods and father spent last week in Lexington Edd Perkins bought at Danville court a good horse for 75 Robert Burnside sold a few days ago some nice hogs at 10 apiece Mr William Royston is at home for a few weeks after spending the winter in Texas Mr James Durham of Knox county is spending several days with home folks Miss Sallie Cook of Stanford is ex this week to visit Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson Mrs N H Bogie and Miss Annie Perkins attended the funeral of Mrs Hughes at Danville last Wednesday Messrs John Goodloe of and Raymond Haselden of Lancaster were guests last Sunday of Mr Charles BurdettSeveral from here attended the fun eral of Mrs Mattie Woods at the Dan ville Baptist church Sunday afternoon Deceased was wellknown having in this community several years ago She was the eldest daughter of Rev John L Smith and mother of Mr W Woods of this place She was a good neighbor and her many kind acts will long be remembered Funeral services were conducted by Rev W M of the Fork church after which the remains were laid to rest in Bellview Cemetery Robbed Grave A starling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia follows I was In an awful condition My skin was almost yellow coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only fifty cents guaranteed at McRoberts drug store 1m Faith is never developed by finding fault There is no service where there is servility Men who are downcast are easily cast down Make A Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Itsonly 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by McRoberts Druggist 1m Faint heart is a famished heart There are no rights without respon sibilities The high livers do not reach the heights of life Serious Stomach Trouble Cured I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and tingspells and can truthfully say that Lalngsburg Mich These tablets are guaranteed to cure every case of ach trouble of this character For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m jig ue m MARl W Coal port pe ted resided eyes sunken I 11 I Tablets Hiattsvl the 4 4 viowl at B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Davidsons Our bread can be relied upon as much as the cup defender I ItReliance M o L FOR TflXES By virtue of the State and County Taxes ow Ing to me as Sheriff of Garrard county for years 1902 and 1903 I will on Monday April 25 1904 County Court day for Garrard county Ky ex pose to public sale to the highest bidder the Courthouse door In the city of Ky the following real estate in said county levied ow by me as Sheriff of said coot ty to pay the tax due on said property said amount of tax Includes peualy and 2 cost for advertising same towit LANCASTER NO 1 WHITE lO cres 4 91 Comley Wm acres 800 Collier Mrs Hiram 1903 19 acres 4 ol Foster Jones 1902 HOacres 10 Co Gover B G 19o3 1 Lot 12 CO Huffman Henry 1903 Idle Heirs 19023 22 acres Jones Lunsford 1903 1 Lot 11 01 Miller Mosc19023 25 acres Jt3 acres Moore J J 19o3 8 3C Pollard 1903 25 acres C 00 Powers Mary B 19023 77 acres 54 30 Ross Hannah 1903 Sparks Mary A acres C9 73 Wherritt Thos 1717 LANCASTER NO 1 COLORED Adams Pete 19023 l acre C 1f- tAdamsWHl19o3 597 Burdett Bob 19023 9 acres 9 41 Blanks Jam 19o3 412 Baughmau Isaac 19o3 JO acres Burdett James 1903 Campbell nary 1903 3 60 Dunn Bill 1MB yt acre 412 Farris Patsy 19o2 2 GO Fish Boyse 1901 lacre 4 C5 Faulkner John 1903 5 IS Herring Albert 19023 12 acres 10 23 Harris John 19025 Huffman Mary J 19023 Hudglns Mary 19o3 l Lot SCO Johnson Tom 190W5 745 Jennings Geo 570 Jones James 19o3 518 Leavell Tom Coo Leavell Geo 19023 745 McCarley Kate 1902 SCO MIddleton Ed 19023 9 lo MIddleton Robt 19023 745 Jesse Miller Irvine J905 8 90 Nelson Bogle C 25 Owsley Charley 1902 rerkJns Sam 1J03 Ray James 1902 Lot 4 S3 Robinson Geo Ann 1902 1 Lot 425 Robinson Barbara 1903 245 RobInson Harve 1903 3 06 Salter Ed heirs 19023 Sharks fury 1902 3 Co Tevis Madison 19W3 850 Warren Wm 1902 C 5o Wright Mandv19o3 3 Co- JIBRYANTSVILLE WHITE NO 2 Ball Thos 19o3 9 acres 490 Brown Mary C 9o3 5 acres 3 06 Cottrell Rose 4 75 Carr Mary E 19f3 2 C5 Ellis Robt 19o3 2 acres J F1903 24o acres Cl 1C Hudson Thos D 19O23137 acres 59 3G Hudson H G 19023 75 acres 58 11 Hudson Lyan 1903 5o acres 9 95 Lawrence Jane 19o2 2 CO 13 acres 687 Preston Bill heirs 19023 19 acres 8 80 Philips James 19o23 11 acres 647 30o 49 7o Bherrdw Eliza I9o3 11 acres Walter 4 38 Stone Mrs Margaret 19o3 92 acres 11 75 BRVANT3VILLE COLORED Brltton Lee 19o3 3 acres 5 7o Cochran Alex heirs19o23 8 2o Caldwell Harrison 19023 J acre 5 91 Dunn Buck Jr 19023 638 Dunn Will 1903 3 acres Dunn Sarah 1903 H acre 255 Dunn Louis 1903 1 acre 5 oo Dunn Mary 1903 3 acres 306 Davis Rich 19o3l acre 395 Davis John 19033 1 acre Embry Berry 1902 3 acres GalneslChas iGeo 19025 651 Garrett Obe 19023 1 acre 8 69 Graves Mat 19o232 acres 7 4o Griffon Amy 190 6 acres Leavell Rhodes 19o23 1 acre 758 McMurtryJordon 19023 7 Smith Perry 1903 16 acres 5 35 Smith Jno T 1903 3K acres f 518 Shelby Henry 19033acres 625 BUCKEYE WHITE Atkinson S A 1903 867 Conley Elizibeth 1903 13 acres 401 Durham John 1902 45 acres 1063 Parker W H 19o3 520 Potts 19023 4 Simpson Jno 19o3 4 WhlttakerwH 19o3 5 20 BUCKEYE COLORED Leavell Gaol o3 10 acres 571 12LeavellMitchell Az 19021 lot Prather Dave 1902 2o acres 6 05 Tnrner Jack 19o2 44 acres PAINT LICK WHITE NO 4 Baker Jas 1902 8 acres 530 Ballard Mordlca 19024 acres 515 Brewer Wm M 1903 60 acres Baker Jas 1903 90 acres 571 Church Ja 1903 10 acres 4 40 Church Mat 1902 60 acres Carpenter Dave Hrs 19023 50 acres 4 26 Dykes Jessie 190270 acres 483 1903 15 acres 4 90 Eden Sam 2903 9 acres 520 Frith J 61902 245 acres 430 Gross TF 1903 25 acres Hicks JN 19023 7 acres 560 Holcomb Ellzebeth 1903 46 acres 6 87 KIncaid W P1903 1 acre 550 Laer Joe 190225acres 4 00 Long Reuben 19o3 10 acres 400 Moore Jas L 1903102 acres 10 00 Million Jno 1903 2 acres B iao2 loo acres 425 Martha 1903 4 acres 3o6 Spllman Thos lot 5 71 Stewart Arthur 1903 10 acres 4 Of Tatnm Jno W 19O23 82 acres 35 75 Tudor Garnett 1903 17 acres 540 Wyley Wilbur 19023 21 acres 435 White Mrs 1903 Woolwlne Bnford1903 75 acres Woods Dwight 1903 54 acres WylIe 8 W 1903 113 acres 2765 PAINT LICK COLORED NO 4 Adlson Henry 1903 1 acre 385 Black Bolon 19o3 8 Acres lo So Beazley Sam Geo 19o33 acres 575 Beasley Geo 19033 4 acres Cheatham MOo 19o23 1 acre 5 7o Cook John I9o3 16 acres 4 4o Faulkner Andy 19o23 3 acres i 8 65 Faulkner 19o23 18 acres lo 85 Faulkner Irvine 19o3 5 acres 5 2o 22 acres 4 15 Hickman Logan 19o3 10 acres 575 KavarianghGra819o24acre3 4 9o Kennedy Ed19o233 acres 6 Lackey Clell 19023 7 acres 935 Lawson Ned I9o23 1 acre 6 4q Thos 19023 45 LeavellvGeo 19o3 12 acres C 25 9o23 13 acres 95 01 85 12 j j Q 8 0 5 I j0 s I I ShOfifs 3 le I K before Lancaster Adams A J 1903 190358 1 acre 4 22 10 Ie 21 77 Lot S W acres 4 12 1903190 19021 Lot I Lot 9 1 acre 4 Lot Lot 1 Lot 1 Lot 4 Lot 19021 Lot Lot 19033 acres Lot 1 Lot Lot acre 190231 Lot 8 If Lot 19031 Lot Lot 4 70 1 Lot 71 1 acre acres Lot 5 20 Lot 1 Lot 1 Lot acres 19031 acre 1 acre 3 80 acre C RIce J 3 11 Scott 19031 acre NO2 acres 1 acre 5 18 6 4 acres 4 1 acre NO3 acres H 1 acre 10 acres NO3 3 G8 8 Bird Green 1002 Ii acres v 7 S Eadon Arther 5 90 3 90 Phelps J Payne 1 E E acre 3 90 00 23 60 11 j Faulkner Edith Leavell acre 3oi r u 2 acres acre I U 1 ers S d alialier ane IV 1903 H 4 1 6 5 acres C I acre 4 Oil 1903 1 4 tIc be 1903 J 1 6 UulilnsJas His I In In 16 my my ton by 10 Jlltotjtiii 4i ii i Mut 571 yvjfJ Jo in IU J iarraa 4 13 ftoriKjr U0Jy aer H 6 ft- Ktiad Unrru l lot 670 need harvey X U liWl acres SCO Spjlmau Bob 19023 1 Lot 8 60 Willie Johul9o23 1 aero 695 W L Lawson Sheriff Garrard County Ky French Coach Stallion Quasi No 212 French Coach Stud Book of America also Rcpubllqnc Fraucaisc Haras Nationacx No 12863 Winner of first prize at the National Exposition Paris 1S979S competing with over 60 stallions in show ring Imported by W II Ticheuor Co of Chicago in 1S9S Color bay black points small star hands high weighs In working order lsr0 pounds sired by the French Government France dam Clinrmnutie by Le Dord and 2nd dam by Revolution extended pedigree framed Quasi has never been beaten in the show ring A sure breeder of large fine high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle I Invite the attention of breeders to colts by him to be seen on my farm CO of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi will make the present season of 1904 at farm 2J miles from Stanford on the pike at 1500 to Insure Colt F RIDPhone 111 Danville Address Stanford or Danville Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estcllc 219 14 Sired by ZilcadI Goddard 41CO by GoldduH 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dorsey Gold dusts grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zllcadi Ills dam is Florence Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides The best family of road horses ever known Dorsey Golddust Is a dark dappled bay full hands and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and eastern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at top prices Both the champion saddle and gelding of the American Horse Shows of 1902 03 Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit 10 of his colts sold last year for 102Mt and 1500 was relused for a walktrot mare by him Ills services are offered for less than any horse of his in Kentucky Will stand at my farm near Stanford at 2000 to Insure Colt Money due when colt drops or mare parted wIth by breeder Mares kept at CO cts per week on grass no responsibility for accidents or escapes The best of careful handling given and no accidents so far F REID Address Danville or Stanford J I Universal stallion vllle combined producing qualities lie ito i flu I I a Will make the season of 1901 on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaste pike at 899 to Insure a Living Colt four months old A lien retained until season Money due when the mare Is traded or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsibe should any occnr Chester Squirrel 8 years old 1C hands high a dark chestnut sorrel he is the highest type of finish plenty of courage but perfectly kind natural saddle and harness horse a model in form possessing that style characteristic of the Chesterdare lam ily which the world acknowledges as superior to all as a show horse Pedigree sired by the famous Chesterdare No 10 N S H R he by Black Squirrel he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William G7 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark Gl and he by race horse Denmark F S by imported Hedgeford Chester Squirrels dam by Telegraph and Ver mount known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to be one of the great eat brood mares in Kentucky PINE JACK at the same time ana place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and Is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn he by 3rd Prince he by 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie she by Irvin Dixie by Klckapoo 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wllllngton 3rd dam by Importer He is 15 hands high solid black with white points I also stand another good mule Jack at 600 T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky CAMBRUNO 1812 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Banghman Gamrose trial 4 2 24 also of the high acting horse by J B Stewart for 5000 January 1902 Sired by Onmbetta Wllkes2IQK Sire of Guinette 205 Weed WIlks 2l Lot tie Lorine 2 05Jf Gambrel 2 10 Eyelet 2 10 14 Emma Off utt 211 14 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 219 Jennie C 222 by Adralstrator 357 229 Second dam Mary Elmore dam of Cleveland 2 28 by Mambrnnello 2 31 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam by Brown Pilot Gambrnno Is a brown stallion 153 hands high splendid form and action and will make the season of 1904 at my farm on the Shaker town pike Jf miles from Danville Ky at 15 to Insure a L1 vin Colt Money due when mare Is parted with or foaled Gambrnno has two In the list and will high style and high acting trotters so much sought after by dealers he having prov ed his own racing qualities as a twoyearold Sparks In third heat In 2 35 Grasi furnished at 250 per month I will also stand a first class mule Jack at 8 to Insure a living colt Not responsible for aldenti John S Baughman PHONE 523 Danville Ky Queen Crescent Time Card TRAiNS AT DAWTILLS Nm ber 1 limited 1145 am Number Dally limited 1129 pm Numbers makes all 11 tn am Nnmber9 Ually except Sunday 7S5pjn N Mber 1 limited 4U5 potNumber 4 Does Not Stop DallT i Op Number 19 D except BaB4 y6iuja Is paId wonderful for 2 230 sold produce rIving Dr c it louTs N amher t i one colts BOUS a BOLTHBOBID c Si2lr and AioUart Iiuuansa G Mat Silor has been appointcd iiucnt for Contral Life and Arc deut Insurance Co and Is dying a big business The rates are low and Mr SlIer has a good contract for you See him tf Last Notice All holding claims accounts against the estate of Theo Currey Sr will please present same to rey Jr properly proven and sworn Mrs Theo Currey Admx All parties going to Indian or Okla homo Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf 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 lie has had much experience and satisfaction Leave orders at T B Walker Sons store 318tf Have started my mill and will hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 1113tf Cartersville Ky R KINNAIRD INSURANCE RepresentimFollflfinECofflpanies Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile r o r Then Cur tow I guarantees Lumber J J Aetna LIclus GO gf llaitforCou lie La haven tin MEDICAL DISCOVERY Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we pay charges on till orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 111 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS J g j3 fER S I GOiOrtNI FOR THE designs KILL THE KingsNew I BLOOILVERtiUTcGS FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price Free Trial SOc 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK SPRING 1904 Trees by tile Million 1 Fruit and Ornamental As I sparagus Shrubs Grape I- vinesRhubarb Small fruits A and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw s berry and General Cata logue on application No agents Both phones 279- r H FHillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY BLUE GRASS i NURSERIES everything I I PARAGON 229Bay horse 1C 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 5060 1 dam OneIda 217 by Florida 482 Sire of Frequent 215 Florida Monarch 217J Fans218 Fanny Swope 2 10 Walnut 2J9 etc and dams of Beldia 209 Palm Leaf 210J Ber tlia Baron 218 Democracy 207 etc 2 dam Lady Ham dam of Ed Winters 2 12 and Ashland Boy 2 8 by Hombrluo 6iO 2 Sire of Delmarcb 2 11J4 Hamward 212J Kahlo21CJf Drella court 117 Gray don 217ii and 42 others and dams of Hawthorne LOCh Argetta208 OrIn B 2 09J Emma M 20 etc 3 dam Molly by Ashland 47 Sire of Ilishlund Win 226 Fanny Borroughs 227f Joe Petit 230 etc4 dam Brltton by Mambrluo Brltton 5 dam Kit by Sir Walter Todhunters sire of Hawthorne 20fiJ winner of Boone Memorial fiOOOO 1003 Allerton 20 sire of 110 In 2SO Early Bird 2 10 Miss Jay 2 1 nose Invader 211 Larabie the Great 3 212 and 85 others and the dams of Crescnt style action and finish Ills sire Jay Bird Is one of the very greatest living sires and that his blood breeds on Is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over 225 standard performers Including Locanda 2C5 4 Charley Hay T 20CJi Susie J 2 OT4 Eagle Flanagan 207J Jay MeGre gor 208 and many other 210 performers There Is no reason why Paragon should not become one 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 Should Para gon fall to get you a trotter he Is a horse of such fine size action finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot be produced fast enough to supply the demand Paragon will make the season of 1JOI at W T Noels stable one mile north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 3 to insure a living colt sound and all right A lIen retained on colt to secure service fee Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur OASTIELBlack Jack 15H hands high foalel In 1894 sired by the MItchel Jack he by Griggs Jack he by Bob Lee he by Black Hawk he by Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Jarden Burdine big Ifi hands Jennet Catel will make the season of1901 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike 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 hawthorn 2oG Jay Blrdooo Croix 211X dandystyle anti J B J E Kentucky ArtistNo 1455 IV A S H R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present Season at Logan Burst Farm 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 Kentuckys Artist was sired by Artist Montrose No 51 winner of the great Sweepstakes prize at the Worlds Fair he No 75 be by King William 67 he by Washington 64 by Gaines Denmark 61 pJst dam Baley bv Montrose 106 tracing to Denmark 2nd dam by Bald Stock4ne 67 by om Hal fs Artist 75 dam Lucy No by Brnehers Drennon it s dam Lucy Thomas by Nero hef fe Morgan 3rd dam Cooper by Patricks Copper Bottom 4th dam Dovey by mijv rifd county Missouri he by Blackburns Whip of Kentucky iKentuckys Artist has shown a feSa feJ l all the great stallions in Kentucky and them such horse 000 Chief owned by Ball Bros the great and show horse Preston owned by Ps olan Kentuckys Artist is only eight years od ana l regarded by Kentuckys best Judges to be the most perfect gaited saddle stallion In the SiS ni be glad my stable and invite breeders of flue horses tocorto tod see Kenti I stand him at 20 the season or 25 to insure I your oney until you I have gotten value received y I ld by Artist Denmark f s Kentuckys Denmark he by Sumpter Denmark Bar r t MIs80urI among l M noted to him to anyone at breeding N Ul1 V DLOJ I ti Ji 4 f t i i Artist Ito O Artist lit darnS by Pat 2 if mery show before aflyhaRblt doat want Ky S c a tt S t- S 3S If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure mention this paper when writing I00 WITHOUT A RIYAL OR A PEER IN THE CURE OF DISEASE Life Plant stands peerless alone asand the cr StJ speedy and perma nent cure of Catarrh and all diseases of the blood Miss Mary Mummy Chrlchavllle 0says I had rheumatism very painful limbs i and feet so badly swollen I conld notwear my Tried various remedies taken one bottle the and painwere all gone and have not returned Ifeel decidedly better Cannotsay for Llle Plant diseases of the blood on the market If you feel badly why not take a bottle just to tone up the system Manufactured by THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON 01110 ANNOUNCEMENTSFor We are authorized to announce lion D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI SON as a candidate for nomination for Count V Attorney subject to the actlou of the Demo cratjc party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Gulley Is a candleatc for Supt 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 as a candidate fur nomination for Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratic party POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lauds for hunting or any purpose as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law BrosEdLucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N Anderson R A LearTW Sutton V A Lear L Kelly Robt Gulley MrsJ West W R Cook C Hemphill Leslie Harber Kuhlmann W A Wneeler Dunn sister C W Mitchell To the Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from District subject to the action of the Demo party As Circuit Judge itmy duty to a number of criminal cases which have become of the States history and at a State Fiscal Court it to lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the newCone stitulion as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con arose as to its Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercises of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such circum they can assist me to secure the high position and office towhlch 1 aspire respectfully 212tf J3 CANTBKLL remedy for the InducedUY guarantee lionGsolicited Robinson County I FergusonHenry WhiteLGillW l became apart most ccritical time As Judge of the construction t 1 tr wi I IllS h ts Yi Removal Sale 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 designs for Childrens III Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan 1st Also call and get our prices for Spring Sarrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER 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 WHISKY Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of old absolutely pure whisky either Rye or Bourbon for 3ao and pay all Express charges to your nearest office Or we will send you One Gallon of our six year old abso lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed III a plain sealed box for 350 a two gallon jug in box 475 a three gallon jug in box 700 a fourgallon jug for 9 oo and prepay all express charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE Full Measure Safe Delivery and Entire SATISFACTION- In Every Respect or Your Money Refunded Goes with every order And our guarantee Is always good Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim our whiskey Is absolutely pure and a little better than any other at the price and we elect each customer a Judge In the case If after you have tried It you dont find all our claims true you are nt liberty to return It 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 ire fall to please you Make your remittance payable and address HAGAN DISTILLING CO Or P O Box 422 Lexington Ky A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with each order i mHI PEi iii Pm II iiI IN THE WINTER TIME GOOD lit delivery EI PURE 10 year express anvnr nr r ratu nan THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER 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 i 2 furnishevery IY o Taken Up As Estray A red heifer calf about five or six months old Has been in Lowell since about first of January Owner can have same by proving property and paying all charges J A Scott Lowell 43t tt W a BEAZrE G C PARIS i Oentlbi Thomp- on store Danville a 1h r O Beazley Paris once over et The Central Record Lancaster Ky April i 1904 SUPPLEMENT 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 The first duck eggs of the season are rarely fertile There is no food which will produce a more liberal supply of eggs than ta ble scraps There are 300000 mules in Missouri and these are worth 22000000 Nine per cent or the mules in the United States are in that State None more W C Terhune of Harrodsburg sold a few days ago two pair of coming two year old mules at a pair Mr L W Preston of Glasgow sold to J B Marshall of Greensburg his line three year old jack Timothy for 500 It is a god ides to give the sitting hen soft feed as it is liable to cause bowel trouble Corn and wheat are the best foods and should be given once a day with fresh water A Teunessee farmer reports that he has raised Cotswold sheep for the past ten years and has made more than one hundred per cent on every dollar in vested in them for the past five years previous This shows that sheep can be successfully raised in the Soutn The movement of cotton into sight since the first of September 1903 bas amounted to 8881066 bales compared with 9122319 bales for same period last sea on The valuesupply of Amer ican cotton was 2330800 bales on March llth In Russellville recently H R John son bought from Lon Young and J W Ballance 97 head of choice corn fed steers aveiaftng nearly 1400 pounds They were mostly two year old Short horns and the best brought 435 per h mdied the lot bringing the band some sum of nearly 7000 In the month qf January 1904sheep to the number of 36898 and valued at 541139 were exported as against 19613 sheep of the value of 125851 exported during January 1903 In the same month 1938 sheep of the value of 8195 were imported from foreign countrses The hog should find a plane in the economical management of every farm He will turn to good account things that would otherwise he lost either on a grain or grazing farm On the former there are plenty of grazing spots and many other herb growth that will equalize the grain ration of quite a numb r of nogs and send to market or to the farm rs tabe and palat ib e men On the graz ing farm a little will till out th high album in old ratio i and make fat animaN Brotherhood The brotherhood of man expresses a good principle of unity and fraterni ty which appeals to common necessi ties and universal recognition It is sanctioned by the laws of nature and by Christian precept And so we read of one blood he created all the na men to dwell on the face of the earth It affords a common basis for all of whatever belief or This fact should provoke good feeling and excite to generous action A fellow feeling IK a izer which destroys prejudice puts puts down bigotry liberalizes thought and conducts the world at last to Brotherhood is a force working in the heart of humanity to excite love In fellowmen to lift up the low ly and level the high and lofty It is the savior of the poor and an encour agement to all honest endeavor American Red Man produce 225 I I Lions of the condition wondrous human maul healthy train freedom Store and Exchange 0 John H Potts Propr V Manufacturer of and dealer in High Grade Flour and Meal Grit A bam Flour Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed 2 Corn Seed Grains Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash X Fertilizers SorghumSeed Pop Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cot ton Seed Meal Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danvllle ave PHONE 100 t- AI Y Ship I A Potts r OQ 090 0 0 LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident I ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SSOM SURPLUS Sioto B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold OOOOO4O O O O O OeO O O 8 O OOOOOO The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEMY PrealdtBt JOHN B STORMES Vice Petit S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird ILewis i 12 2 122 2 O 2 2 1493 2 OtOS SPENCFit i Accountantono expert That SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 53 w Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky NY Educates Young PeojSe For Business Good Employment and Success CAM OH WRIT roe run INFORMATION SIXTH AND MAINSTREETS LOUISVILLE KY I bk1J- IIWiIg U es EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT J S ROBINSON Vice Pre College I j THOS Eo TURNER rCHAS G HARRIS i 1 MANAGERS Tis the COMFORT LINE FREERECLINING CHAIR CARSON THE POPULAR BETWEENLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST As we are the originators of free chair car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to get the Henderson Route habit it will us ASK US ABOUT IT I I HENDERSONROUTE L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Genl v Pass Agent F Pass LOUISVILLE KY Old Newspapers for Sale at Record Office 1 f