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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 15 1904 3 0 9 lFTBENXH YEAR ii ct TIlE CENTRAL RECORDr 1 Y 1 I An Extrarofay Opportunity For the Purchase of OOC OOC0000000000 00000c o c RESIDENCE PROPERTY NCS R I will offer at public auction on the premises on Friday ftpril 22 1904 BUILDING on a new street to run from the Dr Herring residence on Richmond street to the Buckeye turnpike 34 of mile NorthEast of the Public Square These lots front East and West on the new street and their location is the best that has ever been offered for purposes in this city This is the most desirable building site in Lancaster and no bids will be received except those made by the best citizens Call and take a look at it There is no bet ter investment Terms a credit of six and 12 months in terest at rate of four per cent Right reserved to reject all bids Sue begins at 2 oclock Capt I M Dunn Auct JAS I HAMILTON t THIRTY lOTS u anyand OOCOOC OOC OOcOOC OOC COOCCoo I residence fi CO 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 taw Office over Police Cout room Prompt attention to business CLOTHING We represent Globe Tailors of Cincinnati and can make clothing to fit and please We also carry a nice line of ready made Clothing Shoes Hats Ox fords Hosiery Un dcrwear Nec- kwear etc Will make it to your advan Cage to see us before buying R L JENNINGS Paint Lick J A BEAZLEY E I R I 44400 t x Pr k 5 u1 PLUMBING Better have us do plumbing now as there will be a rush later in the season We defy anyone to make more liber al terms or do bet ter roofing work than we do Our facilities for putting up gutter ing enable us to do the very best v We are the peo pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are rJ ROOFING GUTTERING ofwork REPAIRING J R your righ- tS ELP EN 1 yKt Uf Local Interest Two of Garrards most prominent citizens Dr Wm Ray Dr Stead man died last week notice thereof appearing elsewhere in The Record Monef for Jurors who served at last term of Circuit Court is now ready for payment F S Hughes Trustee of Jury Fund 4 Special Benefit Sale for the W C T U at the Logan Dry Goods Co Time day April 21 For particulars M It Mr J R Haselden has sold his j in the hardware business to Mess J C Robinson and Sam Haselden the style of the new firm being Haselden Robinson Mr J R Haseldens tin ware and plumbing business requires all his time and attention and he will devote all his energies to this branch of the business Hiss headquarters will remain at the old stand Mrs Florence Bacon and her class in physical culture will give an entertain the Court House Thursday April 21 interspersed with music and recitations Nearer My God to Thee will be sung and the Delsarte given by Mrs Bacon All are to attend Part of the proceeds will be given to theJLibrary now being formed by the W C T U Admission 25cts Excursion Next Sunday The L and N will begin its series of Sunday excursions on the 17th run ning a train to Cincinnati Lancaster at 5 a m reaching the city about 1030 returning late in the and reaching Lancaster midnight The fare is only 1 50 for the round trip and you will have ample time in the city to visit the Zoo Garden the Hill Tops the Theatres and take in the sights excursions will be run until next Fall have proven very popular The is much better now as the riff raff element has been given to under stand that no boisterous conduct will be permitted Meeting With Success Mr Ware McRoberts one of the lead ers in the tournament to be given in this city has just returned from Lex ington where each college in that city donated scholarships as prizes in the Tournament These scholarships average about 50 each and are of such value as to attract the hottest contests ever witnessed in Central Kentucky They will be distributed through the program in the best man nero Mr McRoberts tells The Record that the merchants have been very liberal in giving premiums and the encouragement is much greater than was hoped for As stated in a previ ous issue of the Record this will bring the best talent in Kentucky and our town will be filled to overflowing with visitors We hope to publish the full program in a few days Among the colleges who have offered prizes are Georgetown College George to Threlkeld Select School and Jessa mine Femala Institute NMiolasville Ky University Ky State College W R Smith Business College Hamilton College and CampbellHagerman of Lexington How Does This Strike You Those who have been whining about the Bastin in people having a monop oly on the telephone business should read the following from the Stanford Journal very carefully and Manager H H Jones of the Stan ford TelephoneExchange tells us that beginning May 1 the rate on phones will be raised to 3 75 where county service is given but that for those who only get town service the rate of 2 will be continued Some two years ago when Mr A H Bastin of contemplated the putting in of another exchange here the Stanford Exchange adopted the plan of giving county service free Unfortunately Mr Bastin did not carry out his Lions for had he done so the raise would very probably have never been thought of Truly competition is the life of trade Death of DP James W Grant of the death of Dr J W Grant was quite a shock to the community Tuesday afternoon While a few friends knew of his illness yet the seriousness ot the trouble was not known generally and many were the expressions of surprise when the death was made known Dr Grant had not been in the best of health for some time hence the pneumonia which at tacked him some two weeks ago was too severe for his weakened system to withstand He was one of Lancasters pioneer citizens and no man was more highly respected or citizen lie was a devoted member of the Pres byterlan churchand for years has been an officer therein He was a Master Mason and although not affiliated with the local Lodge lived up to its teachings lrGrant was 73 ytars of age and born in Virginia Became to Lancaster in 1856 and later ed Miss Emma Graham who with four children all grown are left to monrn the loss of a husband and a loving father He has one SIS ter Mrs James R Marshall of Craig City Va and a brother Dr Price Grant of Danville Funeral services at the residence Wed nesday afternoon by Revs Chumbley and Tinder the burial taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery The Record Joins with the community in extend leg deepest sjwpatby to the tf Mrs George Patterson Prest Interest went In rendition invited afternoon before eneraJly These w u prayerfully Lancaster Announcement a better were conducted 4 and se leavin ante mar devoted family l wi Y g a g a t 150 round trip to Cincinnati An Invitation Mr Hutsell representing the Na tonal Biscuit Co will on Saturday afternoon April 16 at our store dis play a full line of cakes and wafers We will in connection serve and coffee All the ladies are cordially invited to attend free Currey Davidson It Base Ball The Danville D D Institute the Athletic grounds at 230 p m As the D D has a strong team and Lancaster one of the best it ever had a snappy game will be played The small fee of 25c will be charged ladies free The grounds are in good shape a grand stand having been erected the dia mond skinned and everything put in good fix Remember the date Satur day the loth Hatcher After an of many weeks Mrs T J Hatcher died at her home in this city Monday evening She was a from consumption and her death was expected several days the end came Her maiden name was Iloskins and she was first marri ed to a Mr Simpson two children be ing born to them and now survive her She was a member of the Baptist church and a good Christian woman She was born in Pineville and resided there until a few years ago when she moved to Lancaster Funeral services were conducted at the LancasterCem etery Tuesday afternoon conducted by Rev Mr Chumbley assisted by the local ministers Republican Convention Tusuant to an order of the Garrard County Republican Committee a con ven lion will be held at the in Lancaster Kentucky on April 23 1904 at 10 oclock A 31 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Republican State and District Conventions The State Convention Kentucky May 3 1904 for the purpose of electing four delegates at large and four alternates to the Republican National Conven lion to be held in Chicago on June 20 1903 and to elect two to be voted for at the next November election Said district convention to be held at Nicholasville Kentucky on April 28 1904 for the purpose of two district delegates and two to the said National conveu lion and an elector for this district to be voted for at the next November election and also a member of Central Coaimitte for this County precinct chairmen for the ensuing term will be elected at the same time and place after the foregoing work is completed John T Johnston R II Batson Secretary Chairman This day of 1902 2t C E State Convention The Biennial State Convention meets in Glasgow Ky May 6 7 8 and arrangements have been made for side trip to the Mammoth Cave on Monday morning after the Conven lion Total expense for this round trip from Glasgow Junction will be 83 25 each This convention will be one of the best held Among thespeakers are T M Hawes Rev W T Wells of Louisville E B Kentz Green Rev Ellis Cynthiana and Gen Sea Van Vogt One of the leaders in discussion isH V Bas tin President ofLanaaster Christian Endeavor Society All members are invited to attend this Convention WANTS CLEAR TRACK McCreary Ky April 9 1904 Editor notice in last of The Record a communication from Buckeye signed An OldCiti zer in which he states that the peo pie of this section of the county are very anxious for the people of Lancas ter to build a new street by which we can have a clear track into the beg a little space in your columns to insist and urge that this be done I want the men of Lancaster to ask themselves the question How would you like to be compelled to bring your wife and daughters through Battle Row every time you made a visit or in fact every time they left home Thats the way to look at it and as we spend our money with your in fact do nearly all our trading in your town and I may add we are about the only part of the county which does stand by Lancaster as It should we think it nothing butright that you at least give us a clear track into the town Is there anything about not beg to do anything dont think that but am only calling attention to matter that has long grated on my nerves and I am satisfied many more people in this section feel the same way The advertisement in last issue of the Record states that the lots will be sold only to decent people Welltbat is certainly a good determination but if the street is opened and not a blouse Is built thereon you will find it will bring enough trade to your town to more than justify any outlay it may cost the town The whole thins in a is this We do not like pass through a den of dirty stink ing excuse the word half naked ne groes and to speak plainly we never do so only when it is absolutely neces sary So J for one hope this matter will be carefully looked into A Taxpayer I chocolate Everything tieson illness sufferer before Court- House Saturday to be held in Louisville electing alternates district 11th April ij I iii Bowling Ogden I I RecordI I town- I I merchants unreasonable tam you l f Sunday y electors at Iarg ti e- State Issue that p nutshell o F r e 11 as to in GO ws Interest Awakening The advertisement of J Hamilton to fell lots on the Herring property has awakened much interest in our city and it now appears that bidding will be quite lively That it will make the prettiest street in town no one denies and several parties who want homes will buy ground We have heard several persons speak of buying an investment and if such persons mean to buy and build houses they are all right but if they propose to buy the ground and hold it at onable figures The Record trusts will love the cramp cholic on day and be unable to attend the sale There is to much property in town now that is held out of reach thus preventing progress and we trust no bidder will be on hand who wants to goue What The Record wants to see is the new street built up with nice houses good substantial residen ces owned by people who believe in living and let live so rent will not be out of reach There is no disputing the fact that rent on all classes of property is higher in Lancaster than any town in this section some being outrageously so That this Is a to the town none but a money shark will deny There are men in Lancaster who have the money to buy several lots and build good houses but the question is will they do this and thus receive good interest and help the or stick their money in some fereign concern or an old sock where it will do them or no one else any good This sale will answer the question Remember the date Paint Lick Items Miss Mary Clark Engleman is in Lancaster Mr Jack Adams and wife of your city visited Mrs C B Engleman Sun day The Ideal Entertainers will be here the 15th one night only Dont fail j come it is the best show of the sea son Mason to McWhorter I and Ross one fat cow for 2ic Mrs C B Engleman sold to same parties one i cow for 3c Mr Jonas Rucker continues quite ill lIe is suffering intensely from an i We hope to report him better our next letter MrJH Hoffman sold his purchase I of 325000 pounds of tobacco to the Continental Tobacco Co for 15c per pound which netted him a handsome profit of 20000 Dr J B Kinnaird of your town was called Sunday night to see little Marv Jaseph Jones daughter of Dr M E Jones who we are glad to report is better at this writing Messrs Henry Moore and 7 L Kin nard will put in a saw mill here in a i short time They have shipped 50 or I cars of logs to Nicholasville and Cincinnati this spring The genial Editor of The in our town last week looking as pleasing as nsual I I Pullins sold abscess they than drawback town visiting Records X 1 re X X 1 M D1 SUMMER fI J J C 0 e j SPRINGAND STYLES I I L I I l We have just received full line Queen Quality Shoes Oxfords and Slip pers The Styles are up todate You should see them before you buy Iii fii i I I I e I I i I l Ei fIi THE I Logan Dry Goods Co I f Xfjf ommmeo I I 1INow Spring NEI6KWEftR fI fill tile Now Shados Ir AND ThoLatftst Noyoltlos I OF THE SEASON I I Drop line of I If M T LOOfIN it 1 I- c euee f 4f 1 t i l Er S in and let u3 show you our new 1 ors aim Shoes t t Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co T TT Sensational Prices are always lower than else where for same quality of goods iJ d1 t1VvJBI vlr1 Vt o Q W G t It 11111 I III ill I II n 111 I Bargains 1r Vests and Rants Ladies Mercerized Vests and Pants full neck and arms A splendid line at low prices Ginghams Dress stripes pink blue grey etc Apron Ginghams All size checks good heavy quality Dress Goods A lovely line pf Voiles Mohairs Ettamines Scotch Novelties and Mixtures This stock must be seen to be appre elated Curtains patterns 3 yard long nott Ingham Curtains very hand some designs new spring styles GinghamsFancy ace InghamCurtains Taffeta Silks In Blue Pink Blacks yard wide Pot de Sole silks Black and White china silks All kinds Lace Novelty Hosiery for Ladies and Dont forget that we are headquarters for fancy stock ings Bargains Kai Kai wash silks full line of colors including cor ded white effects 20inch Black Taffeta heavy quality fully warranted to wear Embroideries 250 pieces of Hamburg Embroidery very wide in sertings to match 75 corset cover Embroidery 14 ins wide elegant new pat terns j Hosier j j Sill j j j misses We have the best goods money can buy and sell them at LiveandLetLive prices We have no fakes toinduce you to visit our store but with genuine bargains hope to merit your patron age Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED S 4 RANGES They burn coal or wood They heat up very quick They dont cost you much They are fully guaranteed They require but little fuel They are the prettiest stoves made And are sold by home merchants WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR j It I I I I I I I IIII I I I I I I 1111111111 I II I I II I I rELECTRIC l f t r 1 LLWOOD ALL STEEL woven FIELD FENCE POULTRY RABBIT AND LAWN FENCE vaaaaam mmmmmmmmm AUTATATATATATATAUTATATmW j Absolute efficiency at least expense sotaen A practical fence that will positively turn cattle horses hogs and pigs A fence 281NCK that is strong IS INCH practically ever lasting proven thoroughly eib flCLD FEnCE STANDARD STYLE MADE SUr every possible condition EYEIY IDDOF ELLWODD FENCE IS GUARANTEED J If want your fen satisfactorily solved call and see the ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you can get absolute HASElDEN saatcn 21NCa water cient under E111tt000 nEIGtTS you problems satisfaction i r S HR9INSONu CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kya SecondClau Matter Lancaster Ky April 16 1904 BUY ANTS VI LLE Mr Will Glass was In Lexington this week on Mrs Jessie Cox of Texas is with Mrs Colby Jenkins Jr Mrs Sue Herd of South Elkhorn IB visiting Mrs B F Patton Mrs Cella Armstrong is at home ter spending several weeks in sourl Mrs Sallie Welch has returned after a visit to her daughter Mrs Deather age of Richmond Mr Harrison Brooks has bought the farm of Mr Burdett containing 70 acres at 842 50 per acre Miss Minnie Johnson has been suf fering for several days with measles and was compelled to suspend her school Mr Will Brooks has opened a at this place so now Bryants ville ranks as one of the most business and places in the county Mr Powel Duncan of Nicholasville has been given the contract to build a residence for Mr and Mrs Mote Scott on the lot formerly owned by Mr S S Dickerman Mr and Mrs James Robinson of Versailles visited Mr and Mrs W T Hogan last week They came over to attend the birthday festivities of Mr Robinsons mother Aunt Peggy as she is familiarly known the oldest resident of this part ol the county she was 92 years old The many friends of Dr F C Asken stedt of Louisville were very much surprised to see his engagement to Miss Lillian S Bryan also of that city The wedding will take place about May 10 Dr Askenstedt was a practicing physician here for several years before going to where he is now the professor of pathology and lecturer on diseases of the chest at the Southwestern Ho meopathic College The community was very much shocked Friday morning to hear of the sudden death of Mr Silas N Stead man although he had been in poor health for some time his death was quite unexpected as he was thought to be out of immediate danger He had lived here for about twelve years and in his death we lose one of our most prominent and influential He wife and four dren to mourn his loss as he was a most devoted and loving husband a kind and indulgent father who have tne sympathy of the entire After a short service Saturday morning conducted by the Rev Mr Stallings the remains were taken to Georgetown for interment STONE Mr Gabe Preston is selling seed corn There will be preaching at Scotts Fork the 5th Sunday in May Mr Moberley has been suffering with rheumatism for the past week D M Moberley bought of Speaks Bros one cow and calf for 35 George and Chloe Sherrow spent Sunday with Jesse Leavell and Elma Sunday School will be reorganized at Scotts Fork next Sunday morning at 10 oclock Mrs Dave Hunter of Jessamine was with her father and mother last Thursday and Friday We are glad to report that the little son of Mr and Mrs Joe Ray has almost recovered from a bad case of Things sold well Saturday evening at the auction Mr Sanders took in 875 be will sell again next Saturday evening beginning at 2 oclock Come We wish Mr Hamilton success in opening up the new street so people of this section can get to town with out passing through the negro town known as the Chute Push it along Mr Hamilton its a good thing Medicine for Children When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place implicit confidence You want one that not only relieves but cures You want one that is harmless You want one that is pleasant to take Cough Remedy meets all of these conditions There is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a certain proven live 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 with perfect success For sale by Fris bies Drug Store 1m Our Trimming Department We use the finest possible materials to produce the most desirable and the seasons trimmed Ideas clupllcates of our finest Parisian Noveltlee made at our usual prices Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson O B Swinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over b X barbershop upto date announced Louisville citizens leavesa community at i25a bushel ofBourne pneumonia everyone Bet unquestionably Chamberlains picturesque of moderate I wm Herndon I gore Mail business alf c 4S Cough be IrLn- S R hit ble is Wljoner El ridge have Juctre of salt they are sell seven bushel barrels for 8150 tf Remember McWhorter Estridge are headquarters for Undertakers and furnish Hearse when wanted 4lstf A Record man had the pleasure of spending several hours in Paint Lick Friday and mingling with and hustling people of that upto theminute little city We would visitors in Paint Lick to their minds to talk to the point if they wish to see business men there for if there is a merchant or man in the town who has any Idle time we have failed to find him People who have not been there in years have no conception of the volume of business transacted The stores are filled with the best merchan disc money can buy and as they are sold at very reasonable prices the people for miles around go there to do their trading and shopping Our old friend Mr I C Rucker was found at his post of duty in the Bur nam Rucker Roller Mills giving every attention to the business and seeing that the wheels were kept turning as they should This mill runs every day turning out flour and meal of only the very best quality This paper has had much to say about the noble manager and if any one can find a more honorable honest or than I C Rucker we will pay a stiff price for a look at him Ike Arnold is running the Veranda Hotel wide open and every accommo dation wished is at hand Mrs Ar nold who we are glad to say has al most entirely recovered from the received during the big firegives her personal attention to the table and house and a meal fit for ye gods served three times a day R L Jennings was as busy as a bee He has a large and complete stock of dry goods clothing shoes in fact thing to be found in a firstclass store and is selling goods right and left His stock of furniture and car pets is complete Champ Co always on the lookout for a good bargain for their patrons have their store filled from cellar to garret with firstclass merchandise and by their honest methods er treatment of all have built up a trade which requires their undivided time to wait upon In connection with their stock of general they are agents for the Stoves and also carry a complete stock of undertakers goodsfurnishing hearse when needed w S Fish who has recently moved into his new store room has a com plate stock of drugs paints drugists sundries jewelry etc Billy Fish has been in business at Paint Lick for many years and no one enjoys more confidence from the people than he As straight as a shingle and clever as the next fellow Billy is a favorite with all the people The new store of McWhorter Es fridge is a thing of beauty This large building both up stairs and down is divided off into departments each line of goods given a display that would equal that in any city store In addition to the line of general mer makingdepartment the people Competent hands are in in charge and the ladles get work equal to that done in any city Messrs McWhorter Estridge are merchants and their long service in the business enables them to buy at such reasonable prices that their customers get the benefit of unusually low prices The fixtures throughout the store are of the latest patern and taken as a whole there Is no prettier store in Central Kentucky Chief of Police George Slavin is always on hand ready to do a good turn for visitors Mrs Minnie Jennings has a large stock millinery and the patronage she is receiving is a testimonial to her ability and good taste as a milliner The Paint Lick Bank continues to prove a blessing to the people and they now realize that it is one of best institutions the town could Cashier W C Kemper and his assistant O W Terrill are kept like Trojans but are never too busy to have a pleasant word for one who comes into the They know how to treat and while attending to the tasks in the most careful and rainstaking manner they make a tel low feel at home no matter whether he wants to make a thousand dollar deposit or asks change for a dime Under their able management the Bank is proving a most excellent for the stockholders while the people had as lief be without the post once as to be deprived of the bank Mrs Fannie Eoehler who is bookkeeper for McWhorter Est ridge also attends to the post office giving perfect satisfaction to the The writer never visits Paint Lick without thinking of his old friends Butler Engleman and Alec Ely in tact the town dont look like itself without their good natured laces and friendly jokes DrF M Walker is kept pretty after patients but finds time to entertain visitors the latest yarns Doc is a clever and congraulatedPaint blacksmith shops there being Oc Hammack Griggs and Bn ford Ely running them and turning out best of work Guy a hustler among hustlers is still running the livery stable and keeps nothing but the hart of tarn 1II8t Jl 116 r eel n J load lug the socia advise businessman injury every and clev merchandise Peninsular proprietors experIenc- ed the very best to be had and get goods work- Ing every establishment people numerous investment patrons three I Z J J l toil fU wbl a car makeup recent tru- man d t popul booking with fellow the Rice a w Mjw e hear nay er ter to is outs iiy full devllmfni j ni an eyx x of never a y as when playing a prank on some low But he Is big hearted and SIB cl a fellow as you will find anywhere i The first month sales of McWhor Estridge from their opening March 5th to April 4th inclusive have been 569270 Their trade is increasing daily Ol Terrill hops about Paint Lick flea on a hot skillet an his threat lick the editor of this paper would have been carried out had it not been for timely interference of friends Ol a yard wide and all wool and if you want a favor go to him and you will never be turned down The Kay Pea lodge has been put in running order again and has work at almost every has a nice stock of milline ry and many have bought theirspring and summer bats from her A Thoughtful ian f 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 The man who carries a gun isnt hunting tor work A Great Scncatluii There was a big sensation in Lees villa Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon effected a complete cure Simi Jar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price 50c and 1 00 Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle free 1m j The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts T S Elkin will pay highest market f price for 100000 pounds wool 325 tf Calladiums and tuberose and bulbs tf Thompson Silver spoons 305 sets to select Also new souvenir spoons J tf Thompson the Jeweler Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson I We have a liqe of the best cakes ever brought to tf Currey Davidson For Sale Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement Cash Cheap 34 2t Fine Groceries I have just put in a good stock of fresh groceries embracing every arti cle to be found in an uptodate store Fresh and cured meats con stantly on hand fresh fish in season Give me a call T S Elkin 325tf Having purchased T B Walker Sons stock of Hardware and Farming Implements we solicit the of the public generally and Guarantee the lowest prices best quality The Studebaker and the wag ons the Oliver and are still in the lead A full line of Sad dles Harness Stoves Grass Seedsand everything used in the house or on the farm Mount Elkin 41tf Dr Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on Danville st two doors below Record once Consultation free Phone No 149 If there is any thing about this new method of treating di seases without the aid of drugs that is cot understood by any if you will call at my office I will take pleasure in explaining to you I go out and treat patients the same as other physi cians 41tf LOOK You Purchases We have a strictly nice line of Sljoes AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL We are agents for solar Stoves Also carry full line of Undertakers Goods and furnish hearse CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky ill a o han fe meetingMrs J C 34tf ash a caster H B Northcott New Firm a rdsell Vulpan 111 NUH Through OurStock Before 9otbiIlg Iat iii tlt ii T tc t mean r likes thereafter S from stand Sr grocery S he laws one f Maki og 4404OOO000004 f f the Penoin 1 i j g jj I McWhoter Estridge PAINT LICK KY LADIESsee our line of DRY GOODS especially our lines of Dress Goods Waistings Hamburgs Laces All in Latest Styles A large line of UP TO DATE CLOTHING just arrived direct from New York Gentlemen fa be fitted in an entire suit from Hat to Shoes nothing lacking at our big store 1 Vi VPVPVPmHHSI PVpHBOTHMHHiPWHBVBBiPPBMpPWVHI Estridge PAINT LICK KY i USE Mastic Paint We GUARANTEE it We refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory McROBERTSDRUGGIST T lifrl ftlL r 1 m rJmI ID Ie m 1 m Iill ID I m calland millB1rAr1 I I 1J g i rter I i I r OQQlriL rrtQMNO 1MQVI f rod i I 0D McWh jr I Ir I vW 1g AUO111 people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the ten nearest correct answers to that question The Royal Tailors of Chicago are going to give away ten high grade automobiles including both touring cars and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to The total number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was 21480141 to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 you say Let us take your order now for your new spring suit or overcoat you payRoyalis worn today by 250000 satisfied customers We would like to you the complete Royal line of newest dress novelties something sure to please you in both pattern and price always the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed CALL AND SEE J C HEMPHILL Beautiful Spring Millinery Exquisite creations in beautiful Parisian Pattern Hats that have been accorded the distinguished approval of the most famous designers of the world Also a of the very newest and most approved styles ern mrakets together with the best handicraft of our own Bewildering Array of Spring IeautisThat It would be hard to match In a city many times the size o Lancaster SALLIE D TILLET Howmany earlyestimates show j 1 collection comprising t tiic J1 etra r5A wr irY l That Means Chatanooga Chilled S Work equal to any or better a ST Draft lighter than any other a Baeakage less than any other a- 8S Postle guarantees every one IB- SChatanooga Chatanooga Cutting Harrows Land Rollers Corn Planters Cultivators USE Smoothing Harrows Corn Drills Double Shovels K F Postle Our opening is over and we are now ready to suit the most fastidious customers with this line of Stylish date and Popular Priced Hats The ready to wear hats will surely please you A look through rcy stock before you buy your spring millinery will save you money JflaKe Ay Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store Mrs Jno F Lear First door below Citizens Bank Danville St r L fXii t01 1fli jir fJfiJfJ gJ1 JlijJlijjffl Plows Plows I I I I Hemp Drills a J i JfjliJlliJ llfjJflj 1ffffi r1ff Jl- iJlilsaaaaaa9Ba m fi1J Ji Up to J Hd fi1J W ff1J mgjJ1QgjJ1QgjJlQlfJjgjJIQP gjJ r l Flawc 0 II I i Q Q FERTILIZER fl S C 1 r PERSONALS Dr and Mrs J M Acton spent a few days in Louisville Judge R A Burnside was at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Maud Best of Lincoln is the guest of Niss Louise Farris Mrs James Gaines and son Allen have been visiting relatives here Joe Haselden a Richmond insurance man spent a few days in Lancaster Miss Jennie Ward who has been visiting her sister at Wallaceton has returned home A splendid picture of Miss Florence Harris appeared in the Saturdays Mr Ollie Wallace left Monday for Hendersonville NC where he has accepted a position Jim Hatcher who has a railroad po sltion tas been visiting his home folks for several days njilliiiery iIIocles iDesigned especially for us We have a lovely display of 3New Models and Pattern g Hats including many decid ed novelties radical depar 2tures from styles previously shown Our Pattern Hats are ap proved by Fashions Critics kl Miss ADA DICKEKSON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st XJUJttJUlUMUUJUJUiUJU Courier Corbin rnrnrmnnrC E The MLL E Store at xJ ewes r 1 VII lh Mr Harry Fox of Eaton Ohio has been visiting his sister Mrs Jacob JosephMr Baazley who has been in St Louis several months has returned to Lancaster Mrs T W Browning and son Reid of Lexington are guests of the family of Mr John Anderson Mr and Mrs Will Embry are receiv congratulatious upon the arrival of a fine baby boy born Sunday Mr Will Collier has returned from a visit to the mountains and to his aunt Mrs Jones of Winchester Mrs Kennedy who has been her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to her home in Lexing ton Mr Jno E Stormes attended a meet ing of the State Board of Pharmacy at Louisville this week He is a of the Board Miss Bertha Burnside is expected this week from Howard Ohio where she has been spending the winter with her aunt Mrs C K McGugin Miss Mary Gill gave a very elegant dinner in honor of her sisters Misses Martha and Helen Gill who are at tendingschool Ohio Miss Florence Harris and Messrs John Walker and John been members of a house party at the home of Florence Donnell of MaYL villeMt Vernon SignalMrs Willis Ad ams of this place and Mrs Jack Ad ama of Garrard sold three lots in Louisville for a good price The deeds were made this week Ethel and Emma Estridge the hand some little daughters of Mr and Mrs A B Estridge of Paint Lick spent over Sunday with the family of their uncle EC McWhorter Richmond Climax Mr Thomas Anderson a former Madison county resident but now of Lancaster was here Monday shaking bands with his Mr J Gillispie of Garrard county is at A Clay Infirmary for treatment Danville News Mrs Storme and Mrs Ophelia Dunn of Lancaster were in Danville Wednesday shop ping Mr Branham Beazley has re turned from St Louis and is the guest for member at Glendale Andersonhave m my friends W the J visiting Pattie E BijjiSt line of Buggies brought to Lancaster See our stock arid get our prices omplete line of double single Buggy Harness Wagcn Harness Collars Pads Chains Lines Etc ROMANS ELMORE iEvJSsf 2Vi Ajt yrf Surrir ll Hames Runabouts Etc ever ft and r a r 1 w r Mrs John n tough man Misses Gill of Lancaster were in Dinville Thursday Mr Jus Arnold of Lancaster Thursday Mr Henly Bastin has accepted a position in the electrical department at the St Louis Fair and will leave in a few days to assume his new du ties Mr Bastin is one of the finest electrical engineers in being a model young man in every other way has an exceedingly bright future Danville Ad vocate MrsE H Pearce and daughters Misses Allene and Lillian have returned from an extend ed trip through the South Miss AI lene Pearce is recovering from an ac cident which she suffered while in Atlanta Misses Mary Gill and Lillian Kinnaird of Lancaster were guests to day of Mrs Donald McDonald The eighty ninth birth day anniver sary of Mrs Susan Price was celebra ted Sunday at her home on Danville avenue She was the recipient of remembrances Sincere con gratulations and well wishes were tendered and the occasion proved a most enjoyable one Mr W C Price wife and sons William Herbert and Graham Price and wife of Dan ville were guests for this occasion The Bristol Tennessee Herald in speaking ol the marriage of Prof J M White and Miss Jayne Shumate says the groom is principal of the depart ment of Ancient and Modern in Miiligan Cgllege and the bride teacher of English in the same institution The groom is a native of Virginia Miss Shumate taught in the Lancaster Graded School for sev eral years and was a very popular young lady Her many friends here join in wishing her a prosperous life in relation Business and Bargains Our Hats fit well feel well and look well See our stock before buying your Spring head wear Marvel Mil livery Store Miss Ada Dickerson It 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 3 4 tf See our line of Carpet samples The Logan Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Seed Oats at Wards grocery Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf We have the latest styles and we ask you to see our line and judge for yourself as to appearance and price Miss Ada Dickerson Marvel Millinery Store it Jap alac varnish makes old furni ture new At Thompsons tf Large stock fresh cut flowers on hand for Easter Phone 119 4 1tf J C Thompson Our new spring goods just in Ladies and Gents gold watches chains etc tf Thompson the Jeweler Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tl I will pay cash for old Coins Erie C Farra Lancaster Rubberoid Roofing a good roof for little money HaseldenRobinson Hardware Co 4 1tf Be careful and do not buy an outof date hat nor one unbecoming We can please the most fustideous Mis Dickerson Marvel Millinery Store It 130 gold fish just received tf J C Thompson We spared neither time nor expense in getting together a line of Springy lilIinery that would please pie both in quality and price See out line before making your purchases Miss Ada Dickerson Marvel Millinery Store It I will give entire time to the VIercl ant business this and If give better tion than ever V JCHemphiri Every one who buys i Royal Tailoi suit stands a tq get an Auto fin I OHemphill who explain you 325 tf Hemp Seed For Sale I have about 180 bushels of the lat importation hemp seed foi sale Nicely cleaned Post office Mc Creary Ky J T licks Choice Hemp Seed A few bushels of the Kentucky Bi r bottom Preston Hemp seed foe sale Call on J C or Gabe Stone Ky For Sale Two houses a id lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf B A Stone Lancaster Ky We are prepared to carpets order i The Logan Dry G I No one will leave iay place of bus pew with a suit tbalis not ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY 335 ti loC was numerous hefhappy 2t o Kentucky3258t A d the pen m llo p satis b fore 3 25 tt ch e mobile ire and wi itt Pres on t Co Mr and ttf town Kentucky and Languages a log season absolutely set i cultivated Lancaster nd make 11 c Y TRrf r c4 0 Ny 3 1 Low Prices On Ladies Tailored Suits We have just put on sale three lots of Ladies Mantail ored suits that are all things considered the best values we have ever offered in our readytowear department Most of these are single suits that we do not want to re order on accouut of the backward season and therefore we put in these lots to close out quickly All except the 5 lot are entirely new suits and are all attractive in styles and colorings Sizes are assorted from 32 to 38 We advise an early call as you could not possibly get up these suits at the prices offered even if you did the making yourself L ofp rEvY P QB BttJyI Danville i I Ity 1500 In this lot are 30 of the very best selling styles we have had this Spriug but only one suit of a kind The colors and sizes are Colors are Blacks Navy Browns and Mannish Mixtures The prices were 20 2250 and 25 now choice for 15 wellassorted sioooIn this lot there 2 suits that sold at 15 1750 and 20 Not a bad suit in the lot It will cost you 10 for making alone to get a suit made as well as these are made They are in Blacks Brown and Mixtures Dont fail to see them I 1 i tlE Iti y Navy IOO There are only 15 suits in this lot Of course they are not this season suits The cheapest suit in the lot was 1350 and as high as 2250 now choice for 5 Come and see these if you like them at all you cant complain of the Shirt Waists We have just opened our new line of Muslin waists and believe you will like them The styles are very attractive and instead of being higher than last year we are selling bet ter waists for the money than ever before Prices are 75c fo 2 We have made a big hit with our China silk waists at 2 250 350 and 4 in white and black No use wasting your time making when you can buy them as cheap and prettier New Lawns We have just opened over 200 pieces new lawns at io 12 4 and 150 yd You will find lawns at these prices every where but not like ours At 12 c we offer 3000 yards Ramony Batistea material that has never sold under 150 At 15c we offer noo yds Tussah silk stripe Lawns that were made to sell at 25C At 290 we offer silk Mouselines printed in Organdy de signs in white pink blue and were 500 yd LADIES HATS No matter whether you want to pay 1 or 15 hat we can supply the very latest and best at the price We have over 500 hats new in stock Phipps Atchison and Gage Bros newest and best shapes from 3 tai4 Stylish ready towear hats at every price from i to 6 Dressy trimmed hats from 3 to 15 About 4o domestic and imported hats at 750 to 15 I J I I I I I J f l II fora Pattern 1 h J t vJ t ft fI price rZ- p r pougee grounds AI1LAIL itl L frte KDanvill i POINT Delayed Letter Mr Joe Moore of Madison who baa been spending a few days with his son Mr Will Coldiron has returned to his homeOne of our most popular young men married on the 6th inst Master Oscar Leavell Adkins has been spending the week with his grand parents Mr and Mrs Spainhow er Misses Mollie and MaudSpainhower spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Saddler at Lowell Mrs Askins died at the residence of her sister last week the remains were taken to Marion county for interment Miss Mollie Spainhower has her store open tothe public Call and see her She will please In goods and prices too Mrs Will Wallace is home for a few days Mrs John Dudderar is very sick at this writing The Qerman measles are raging in this section now Serious Stomach Trouble Cured- I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomi ting spells and can truthfully say that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets cured Williams Laingsburg Mich These tablets are uaranteed to cure every case of stom ach trouble of this character For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Too many men spend their money before they get it Good Spirits Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the Mverand all the tine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not rem a bad liver or the hundredarid me ill effects it produces You have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be condition if you would feelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in pursuits You can put your liver in tine condition by using Greens August greatest of all medicines fur the liver and stomach and a cer tain cure for dyspepsia or Indigestion It has been a favorite household reme iy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy md active and thus insure you a liber il supply of good spirits Trial size 25u regular bottles 75c At all drug gists 1 Aug Sanders Will sell SandLime Cement Plaster Coal and all kinds of Routtings cheap Give them a trial 41lm ij Mrs Grubbs Iou at I J meMrs T Y dy cant in- line Flowerthe Portland tnent LEAV ELL I I your Walker J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE wellpainted is I rmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmm I I I I 4- I ICODD BrosUU1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUl1U1U1U1U1UU iU1U1U1U1UIUIUIUIUIUi r ECONOMYIAN I MT HEIJRON Delayed Letter The farmers are getting along nice ly plowing Quite a large crowd attended preach ing at this place last Saturday SundayMrs G A Bruce was called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Gam mans who is very ill Mrs Ann Collier who has been vis iting Mrs Grow returned to her home at Camden Indiana Mrs Thos Montgomery who has been quite sick is convalescing Messrs G A Bruce and Gibson Van derpool visited the family of Mr H T Bruce at Lexington Friday and Sat urdavMr J H Jennings of Jessamine is the guest of his cousin Mr J B Dean Mr Kee Peel and wife of Wilmore were the guests of her mother Mrs Mary A Ford last Saturday and Sun dayMr Mlle Preston after a few days illness of measles and pneumonia died at his home near Lock No 8 April 2nd He leaves a wife and six children who have the sympathy of the entire community Nolblng Equal to Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy for Bowel Complaints Children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our familv for years says Mrs J RCooke of Nederlands Texas We have giv en it to all our children We have used other medicines for the same purpose but never found anything to equal Chamberlains If you will use it as directed it will always cure For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Few men can argue about religion and keep cool Robbed the Grave A starling incident is narrated by Oliver of Philadelphia follows I was In an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue 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 McRoberts drug store 1m Roof Painting- I am prepared to do the very best roof painting also repair roof at very low rates Can save you Leave orders at Postles store 3t T W Soper To and P B Saturday l guaranteed- at money Col- Ic 5 44 Not a Luxury 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 Pait it is Possible to Make We sell it on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE We han dleeverything pertaining to paints Let us have your ibusness it will be appreciated DRUG STORE II J I DItDc rJ i ii i f h h a Rs- i IIA woman born blind never appreciates the real loss sight A woman who has been an invalid all her life does not tains But a young woman in the very springtime of life who loses her health to the full her own deprivation Dreams of home and all vanish when the shadow of womanly illhealth falls across them It is no wonder then that a woman is glad to praise Dr Pierces Favorite when it has been the means ofrestoring her to good health Thousands of women offer this tribute of praise to Favorite Prescription has cured them of backache sleeplessness etc Ji 7 J Mrf W1i i 1 R 1lofed iieaJlb t fully realize the loss she sus lot t Prescription u tc t nervousness AT io Goon Oft by curing womanly diseases which cause these ailments irregularity debilitating drains inflammation ulceration and female weakness I have taken six bottles of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes Miss M of Orilla Simcoe Co Ontario and two bottles of the Pleasaut Pellets as advised for congestion of uterus and years taking your medicine prompt attention to my letter asking advice Sick women especially those suffering from diseases of long latter flfff correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confiden tial Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y TIle Peomlom Common 9momm N Jicf AMmor JMJMF eairw f sent free on receipt of 21 anee rf exp w mailing ONLY Adtlremm Dr Jt V Pierce BuHmlo H Y I the l ovaries weakness and can safely say that has been the means of restoring me to good again which I had not had for over three I thank you very much for kind and standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by All t lllltrtttrtTIrttttltTt I V r p atam pay 1 Land Stock Crops A goodly number of gardens have been planted Oscar Bond of Vine Grove Ky sold 20 mules for 200 round The McKibben bull of Harrison county was sold for 40000 An Indiana breeder sold 1300 of eggs at 5 per setting Read ad of Washington 54 J W Sweeney 415tf A 34000 boar is considered a good Investment by an Indiana syndicate Fat hogs and cattle scarce Corn 50 cents oats 50 cent timothy hay 12 per ton and scarce at that The stallion St Blaise was bought for 100000 and a stud fee of 2500 made it a paying investment See ad of Washington 54 my fine horse lie stands at the head of the list in highclass horses J W Swee ney 415 tf Bob McDowell of LaRue county shipped a car of mules to Atlanta which sold for 145 each One poultry breeder in Illinois sold last year 13000 worth of eggs and 10000 worth of poultry but all good stockMules not quite so high a marked advance in the price of horses Good ones are selling all the way from 175 We are prepared to do the very best roof painting and will do the work when promised No delays or dissat isfaction about our work Leave at Frisbie1 drug store Charley Ball Louis Herndon 415 tf We guarantee perfect satisfaction with every hat leaving our store See our handsome millinery examine it and get our prices Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson It I have some good Rubber Tire Bug gies 1 Surrie Pole Drummers Wag 0 1 etc W H Ward 4 8tf 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 flor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf 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 34tf Wanted 90 hemp brakes tf R M West The Ladies Aid Society will have an exchange at the Post Office Satur day afternoon All kinds of country produce will be on hand at low prices Fresh butter eggs old jowls and in fact anything in the eating line These exchanges will be held every Saturday until further notice 326tf Money to Loan 1000 to loan on real estate Call at this office 311tf Automobile Free The Royal riill give 10 Auto mobiles to their absolutely free Each customer equal chance to get one se J who will tell you all it sittings ham T ors cu ers ds an phill a 325tf orders to 250Wheat is making rapid growth ev ery indication points to a good crop A good deal of the last years wheat crop is still in the hands of the far merTurkeys are quite a good lot of to raise but remember there is a dollar or two in you next Thanks giving Day Owing to the frequent rainfalls but little plowing has been done One of the causes of pigs breaking in the feet is being heartily fed while young in a close pen with no exercise to harden the bone and muscle The 1903 corn crop of Italy is by the Italian Minister of Ag riculture at 86400000 bushels against the preliminary estimate for 1902 of 65600000 bushels Hon John Chenault of Madison county and Nelson Gay of Clark county have purchased a well stocked and improved farm in Virginia 2100 acres for 26000 The price of tobacco still remains far from satisfactory the trusts have things pretty much their own way Many planters will hold their tobacco until another year There will be the smallest crop of tobacco that was ever in Todd county Sciatic Rheumatism Cured I have been subject to sciatic rheu matism 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 1 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 Drug Store 1m Tombstone epatapbs dont fool the recording angel- A man is never satisfied until he his own funeral 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 Plies and guaranteed to give satisfaction by McRoberts Druggist 1m If you cant trust your feelings make them pay cash Do It Today The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what 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 perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it 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 your cough or cold and its use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread has attacked your lungs Uerman Syrup will surely effect a cure as done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 Aug 0 trouble Itfor estimated con- tainIng planted Chamberlains attends Itsonly 200 DAYand relieve continued consumption Ithas trouble 4 UP T B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Davidsons Our bread can be relied upon as much defender Reliance M I asthecup job Printing at The Record office Try usV it FOR By virtue of the State and County to me as Sheriff of Garrard county Ky for years 1902 and 1903 1 will on Monday April 25 1901 County Court day for Garrard county Ky ex pose to public sale to the highest bidder the Courthouse door in the city of the following real estate in said county levied on by me as Sheriff of said coun ty to pay the tax due on said property said amount of tax includes penaly and 2 cost for advertising same towit LANCASTER NO 1 WHITE Adams 10 acres f 4 91A J 1903 Comley Win acres Collier Mrs Hiram 1903 19 acres Gover B G 19o3 Huffman Henry Idle Heirs 19023 Jones Lunsford 1903 1 Lot 11 01 Miller 21 77 J 19o3 1 Lot 836 Pollard 8 W 1903 25 acres Powers Mary B 19023 77 acres 54 30 Ross Hannah acres 4 12 Sparks Mary A acres CO 73 LANCASTER NO 1 COLORED Adams Pete 19023 Adams Will19o3 Bntdett Bob 19023 Blanks Jant 19o3 Baughmau Isaac 19o3 Bnrdett Janes 1903 Campbell Mary 1903 Dunn Bill 1903 Farris Patsy 19o2 Fish Boyse Faulkner John 1903 Herring Albert 19023 Harris John 1902S Huffman Mary J 19023 19ort Johnson Tom 19023 Jennings Geo 1902 Jones James I9o3 Leavell Gee 19023 McCarley Kate 1902 Mlddletou Robt J9023 1 acre Myers Jesse Lot Miller Irvine 1903 Owsley Charley 1902 1 Lot Perkins Sam 1903 Ray James 1902 1 Lot Robinson Geo Ann Lot Robinson Barbara Robinson Hone 1903 7 acres Salter Ed heirs 18023 Sharks Diley 1902 Tevis Madison 19123 Warren Vm 19o2 1 Lot Wright MandT19o3 5 acres BRYANTSVILLE WHITE NO 2 Ball Thos 19o3 acres Brown Mary C J9o3 5 acres Cottrell Nose 19o3 Carr Mary E 1913 lacre Ellis Robt 19oS 2 acres 24o acres Hudson Thos D 19o23 137 acres Hudson II G 19023 75 acres Hudson Lyan 1903 5o acres Lawrence Jane acre Lane C W 1903 12 acres Preston Bill heirs 19023 19 acres Philips James 19023 Hacres 30o Sherrow Eliza I9o3 11 acres 1 Lot acre 22 acres I acre 2 9 acres 1 Lot 40 acres acre 1 acre 12 acres 1 Lot 1 Lot 1 Lot 1 Lot Scott Walter BRYANTSVILLE COLORED Brittou Lee 19o3 3 acres Cochran Alex hclr319o23 4 acres Caldwell Harrison 19023 J acre Dunn Buck Jr 19023 1 acre Dunn Will 1903 3 acres Dunn Sarah 1903 acre Dunn Louis 1903 1 acre Dunn Mary Davis Rich 19o3 1 acre Davis John 19D23 1 acre Embry Berry 1902 3 acres GaineslChas t Gee 1902 acres Garrett Obe 19023 Graves Mat 19o23 2 acres i Griffon Amy 1903 6 acres Leavell Rhodes 1 acre McMnrtry Jordon 19023 1 acre Smith Perry 1903 16 acres Smith JnoT 1903 3 acres V Shelby Henry 19033acres BUCKEYE WHITE Atkinson A 1903 24acres Conley Elizibeth acres Durham John 1902 Parker WH19o3 19023 Simpson Jno 19o3 45 acres 8 acres WhittakervH19o3 520 BUCKEYE COLORED Leavell Geo 19o3 10 acres 571 Leavell Sam 19o3 2 acres 4 12 Leavell Zack 1903 13 acres 5 Mitchell Az 1902 3 Pratlier Dave 1902 20 acres 605 Tnrner Jack 19o2 44 acres 828 PAINT LICK WHITE NO 4 Bird Green 1002 5 acres 4 25 Baker Jas W 1902 8 acres Ballard Mordica 1902 4 acres 5 Brewer Wm M 1903 60 acres Baker Jas 1903 90 Church Jat 1903 10 acres 4 40 Church Mat 1902 60 acres 395 Carpenter Dave Hrs 19023 50 acres 4 26 Bykes Jessie 19o2 70 acres 4 83 Eadon Arther 1903 15 acres 4 9o Eden Sam 2903 9 acres Frith JG 1902 245 acres 430 Gross TF 1903 35 acres 5 00 Hicks JN 19023 7 acres Holcomb Ellzebeth 1903 46 acres 6 Kincald W PJ903 1 acre 550 Laer Joe 1902 25acres 4 00 Long Reuben 19o3 10 acres 4 00 Million Jno 1903 2 acres 3 90 Phelps J 19o2 loo acres 425 Payne Martha 1903 4 acres 3o6 Stewart Arthur 1903 10 acres 4 00 Tatnm Jno W 19023 82 acres Tudor Garnett 1903 17 acres Wyley Wilbur 1902321 acres 4 35 White Mrs EE 1903 lacre 390 Woolwine Buford 1903 75 acres 4 00 Woods Dwight 1903 54 acres 1903 113 acres 37 65 PAINT LICK COLORED NO 4 Adison Henry 1903 1 acre Beazley Sam Geo 1903 3 acres Beazley Geo 19o23 4 acres 11 Cheatbam Milo 19o23 5 7o cook John I9o3 16 acres 4 4o Faulkner Andy 19o23 2 acres Faulkner Abe 19o23 18 acres lo Faulkner Irvine 19o3 5 acres 5 2o Faulkner Edith 1903 33 acres Gras 19o2 4 acres 4 Kennedy Ed 19o2i 3 acres Lawson Ned I9o23 1 acre C 4o Leavell Thos 19023 1 acre 645 Mnlllns Jas Hrs 19O23 13 acres i 3 Mitchell las 19o3 Hot 5 71 Newland John 19o3 3 acres 4 15 Reed Barney 190233 acres i 6 45- Roed Harve 1903 Hot 6 Reed Harvey N R 1903 3 acres 3 60 Spllmtn Bob 19o33l Lot 8 Qo White John 19033 1 695 W L Lawson Sheriff Garrard County Ky Wanted middle aged woman white or colored to go to Cincinnati and do light housework Apply to Rev HN Faulconer at W B Masons VWtf 2 1 3 s 2 I 5 10 1 13 5 15 16 0 0 0 6 5 15 0 Q 0 1 6 o 8 j 0 S 8 3 7 j 3 Q 3 5 0 8 5 0 1 0 0 7 o 5 3 5 5 I 5 S 5 0 r fj A 1wg TAXESow- ing before Ky 190358 8 4 01 12 GO 19031 422 101C Mosel002325 acres 3 acres MooreJ 666 190351903190 615 597 941 4 R 995 acre 4 01 Lot 2 19031acre 1 Lot 10 Lot Lot Hudgius Mary Lot 570 5 18 Lot 745 S GO 190231 8 fIG Lot 1 Lot 4 19021 19011 acre 3 Lot 520 Lot 1 Lot 856 49G acre 4 Gallaher J 59 58 19021 260 6 87 8 80 647 Rice J H1903 49 3 11 19031 acre 4 NO2 570 8 2o 591 518 255 5 00 300 395 6 4 1 acre 8 740 4 7 535 518 NO3 190313 1 acre acre 4 10 acres NO3 1 lot 5 30 7 acres 35 75 5 40 23 Wylie S W 5 75 acre 8 Ii II Lackey CleU IDo23 7 acres acre J J I I I I I I Taxes Lancaster 00 acres 3 6c 4 4 5 l 9 4 1 3 7 7 4 8 1 4 5 4 2 3 6 6 3 3 6 3e 7 26 3 8 F 51 1 3 1 9 0 7 638 19u3 3 acres 1 6 6 5 5 1 ISo 23 5 7 4 6 2 86 4 0 106 52 Potts H C 4 2 1 C 6 4 4 57 52 5 5 8 6 3 8 2 1 8 4 1 Kavanangh Si 9 9S o I Good lllu3t atjan In ii SHrHt IIi Hie HI e tinT day Uiif 0 Glib ri K puar r ur senlative from this district told the follow inf story to iliusliute Use treatment the colored man receives at the hands of the Kentuckians He related the story as follows A few days ago a colored man from tucky was in Boston hunting for He failed to find anything bo do and was compelled to beg for something to eat A knock at the 2 front door of a fine house brought a well dressed man to the door who said s in reply to a request for a handout My dear sir I am sorry but I can give you nothing to eat The negro called at a number of houses and was received with the same politenessbut got nothing to eat In despair he ap proached one more house promising himself that he would lie down and die rather than push his search for food further in case the master turned him away The door opened with a jerk and before he had finished his appeal for food the white master of the house exclaimed You tlack ras cal What do you mean by coming to my front door Hustle around to the kitchen and get your breakfastl Thank the Lord Ive found a man from Gods country at last the negro soliliquized as he ate heartily of corn bread and pork The Breeding Business The demand for horses aud mules has been better for than for years and the indications now are that more mares will be bred this spring than for many years Owners of SIres say that the breeding business shows more animation than for a Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estelle 219 14 Sired by ZIlcadiGoddard 44CO by Golddutt 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dorsey Gold dusts grand dam oti sires side was bv the Imp Arabian Stallion Zllcadl Ills dam is Florence by Golden MIngo Chief a son of GilTs 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 1C 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 Horso Shows of 1902 03 Jack 0 Diamonds stands to his credit his colts sold last year for 10250 was refused for a walktrot mare by him His services are offered for less than any horse of his producing qualities 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 heat of careful and no accidents so far F REID Address Danville or Stanford I employment I some time longtime com- bIned 10 of and ft500 handlIng given use I hut i lie Keno Chester Squirrel Will make the season of 1901 on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaste pike at to lissre a living Colt four months old A lien retained until season money is paid Money due when the mare is traded or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responslbe should any occur Chester Squirrel 8 years old 16 hands high a dark chestnut sorrel he is the of finish plenty of courage but perfectly kind natural saddle and harness horse a model in form possessing that wonder fui style characteristic of the Chesterdare 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 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 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 Jn Kentucky PINE JAQK at the same time sue place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he by Mormadnke and is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Tennet 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 Kickapoo 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Willlngton 3rd dam by Importer He is 15 bands high solid black with white points I also stand another good mule at 600 1 0 HILL Bickeye Ky GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Baughman 2 230 Gamrose 2 34 also of the high acting horse sold by Stewart for 5000 January 1902 Sire of Guinette Weed Wilks 2 1 Lot tie Lorine 2 05K Gambrel 2 10 Eyelet 2 10 14 Emma Offutt 2 11 14 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 219 Jennie C 2 32 by Admistrator 357 229 Second dam Mary Elmore dun of Cleveland 3 28 by Mantbrunello 2 31 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam by Brown Pilot Garabruno Is a brown stallion 153 hands high splendid form and action and will make the season of lOOt at my farm on the Shaker town pike miles from Danville Ky at 1 to Insure aLiving Colt Money due when mare is parted with or colt is foaled Gambruno has two in the list and will pro dpce high style and high acting trotters so much sought after by dealers he having prey his own racing qualities aa a twoyearold Dr Sparks in third heat in 2 35J Grass fit 250 per month will also stand a class mule Jack at 8 to Insure a living colt Not responsible for ac aldent John S Baughman e Danville Ky saw highest type family 10 Lord ack trial 4 J B Sired 205 led ftrt HONE oj 0 l k byOambottuWiikes2I93 c7 l Ffcuvh Coach Stqlliqu Quasi No 212 In French Coarh Stud Uoolc of America nUo In Republlqne Francaise Hares Natlonacx No 12863 Winner of first prize at the National Exposition Paris 189798 competing with CO stallions in show ring Imported by W II Tichenor iCo of Chicago Color bay black points small star16K hands high in working order 1350 pounds sired by the Government lion Fruase dam Charmantic by dam by Involution framed Quasi hits never been show A sure breeder of large fine high ud big acting colts and very kind to handle I attention breeders to my colts by him to be seen on my farm SO of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi will makethe present season of 1904 my farm 2J miles Stanford on theplKe at 1500 to Insure Colt F REIDPhone 111 Danville Address Stanford or Danville Commissioners Sale of Land GARUARD CIRCUIT COURT Henry Huffmans Admr c Pills vs Henry Huffmans Heirs c and Tilden Huffman c Pills vs Eliza Adams c Consolidated Cases By virtue of a judgment in the above court Court I will on MONDAY APRIL 25 1904 publicly before the Court House Door in the City of Lancaster Garrard County to the highest and best bidder the following descibed real property lying and being in Gar rard County KV on the Waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone in James M San line in Sugar Creek Bottom thence N 19 poles to another stone thence N 81 E 85 poles to a stone thence N 19 poles to a small black wal nut in a drain in Sanders line thence s 81 w 85 poles to the beginning con taming one acre be the same more or less TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be required to execute bonds of equal amounts with good and sufficient se sioner bearing 6 per cent interest per upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold un til the payment of the purchase mon M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R L Davidson W McC Johnston Attorneys for Plaintiffs Consolidated Actions April 4 1904 Universal in 1598 stat Le flnrl and extended pedigree atI ton ille Dft Dts regularIarch Ky sell payablepaidhavIng eyJ ver nd KILL COUCHAND CURE THE LUF3GS New Disoover d ri l I j OVERYOR TilE BLOOOUERQJrJ WITH DrI S I I F1IIDPCL- I I FOR CONSUMPTION Price 50c100Free Trial II Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK Now Is The Time To Use HYOMEI Cures Catarrh and Prevents Cold No Stomach Dotting Just Breathe It At this season of the year ca tarrhal 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 fic cure for the colds and grip troubles that lead to catarrh as well as a positive cure for the dis ease itseli Tile balsamic air of HYOMEI breathed through the small pocket inhaler that comes with every out fit is filled with germkilling and healthgiving qualities that to the minutest air cells of the head throat and lungs It kills all catarrhal germs frees the membrane from poisonous microbes and makes a perfect and complete cure of catarrh The complete outfit costs only i while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured for soc McRoberts sells Hvotnei on the no cure no pay plan and will refund the money 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 where a leading local druggist agrees to re turn the money it the treatment fails to cure im TROUBLES penetrate mucous PARAGON 229Bay 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 5060 1 dam OneIda 217 by Florida 482 Sire of Frequent 215 Florida Monarch 21K Faust JIS J Fanny 213f Walnut 2 19 etc dams of lieldia 20 Palin Leaf 2103 Ber the Baron 218J4 Democracy 207J etc 2 darn Lady Item dam of Hawthorn 3o6 Ed Winters 2 12 and Boy 2 8 by SiO Sire of Delmarch 11 Ham ward 212 Kaho 216J4 Prelln court 217 and 42 others and dams of Hawthorne 20T Argetta2C Oriu B 2 K M 209 etc 3 dam Molly by Ashland 47 Sire of Highland Win 226 Fanny Borronghs 223 Joe Petit 230 Mambriuo Britton5 lam Kit Sir Todhunters Jay Bird 5000 sire of Hawthorne winner of ISonner Memorial iO000 1903 0114 sire of 110 in 200 Early Bird 2 10 Miss Jay 2 114 Rose Invader 211 Larable the Great 3 2124 and 5 others and the lams of Cres ent Route 208 Altoka Queen Alfred 212 sod 34 others In 2 30 George Wilkes 515 dam Lady Frank by Mambrino Star 545 Paragon is a very handsome Individual with of size style action and finish His sire Jay Bird is one of the very greatest living sires and that bis blood breeds on Is hown the fact that his sons have sired over 225 standard performers Including Locanda 20574 Charley Hay T20t Susie J 2 XiJi Eagle Flanagan 207 Jay McGre 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 Ills record as made in the fifth beat on a slow half mile track anti is no measure of his speed Should Para gon fail to get you a trotter be is a horse of such Site size action style that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot be reduced fast enough to the demand 1nragon will make the season of UOI at W T stable one north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at S to a living colt sound and all right A lien retained on colt to secure service Care taken prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur CASTE LBlack Jack 15J hands high foalel in 18M sired by the Mltchel Jack he by Griggs Jack lIe by Bob Lee he by Black Hawk he by Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Jnrdeii Uurdiue big It hands Jennet Catch will make the season of 1901 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky 6 to tare a Horse Mule 8 to tare 10 for Jennet YOUNG GIANTGray Jack 15 hands sired by Logan Caldwells Giant County Ky out of a fine Jennet he has proven himself a sure a tine breeder at SIX DOLLARS to insure a living colt sound and all right Roth of these Jacks will stand under same terms A lien retained on colt for season Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur W T NOEL Buckeye Ky ii etc4 2JJG Croix 210 lie at a or and Ashind 221 Emma AIls rton 2 2hl4 s Nods 4 River mare Kentuckys Artist No R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Logan Hurst Farm four miles from Danville and six miles from Stanford Kentuckys Artist is a beautiful chestnut eight years old with three white feet 15 hands high a perfect model In form with great style and action Kentucky Artist was sired by Artist Montrose No 51 winner of the great Sweepstakes Worlds Fair he by Artist No 75 he by King William 67 he by Washington Den mark 64 by Gaines Denmark 61 Artist Montroso 1st dam Baeybv Montrose 106 tracing to Denmark fs 2nd dam by Bald Stocking 67 by Tom Hal fs Artist 75 him Lucy No 60 by Bruchers Drennon f n Kentuckys Artist 1st dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Sumpter Denmark 2nd dam Lucy Thomas by Nero he by Thompsons Morgan 3rd dam Cooper by Patricks Copper Bottom 4th dam Dovey by Barnes Whip of Howard county Missouri he by Blackburns Whip of Kentucky Kentucky Artist has shown against and defeated all the great stallions in Kentucky and among them such horses as the 5000 Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros the great and noted allow horse Preston owned by Pat Dolan Kentuckys Artist Is only eight years od and Is regarded by Kentuckys best Judges to be the most perfect galled saddle stallion in the State 1 will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and Invite breeders of flue horses to come andece Kentuckys Artist before breeding I stand him at 90 the season or 35 to Insure a living colt I dont want your money until you 1455 H have gotten value received A HUNDLEY DanvlJle Ky IVAS prize at the Missouri IL 7t zs7S NURSERIESSPRING Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental As T- J sparagus Shrubs Grape I vinesRluibarbSmall fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw berry and General Cata logue on application- I No agents Both phones 279 H F Hilleumeycr SOIlS 4 I LEXINGTON KY Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAKD CIRCUIT COURT James Dillon Pillvs African Methodist Episcopal ChurchDets and Elizabeth Dillon Admr of James Dillon Deed vs African Methodist Espiscopal Church OilBy virtue of a judgment in the first above styled action at the Special action rendered MONDAY APRIL 25th 1904 publicly before the Court House door in the City of Lancaster Garrard Coun tyKysell to the highest and best bid City of Lancaster Garrard County Ky ning back at right angles 100 feet to the garden fence as it now then stands out of this is to be taken a small strip lying on the West of the and running within G feet of it of 848 00 as of date July 20th 188a the residue of said debt bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from July 25 1885 until paid subject to a credit of as of date June 20th 1901 and 1500 as of date July 23rd 1901 to gether with all the costs of this action the whole sum to be realized from said sale is 29533 TERMS Said sale will be made on a creditor security for said purchase money paya ble to the undersigned Commissioner force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity and a lien will also he upon the property sold until the payment moneyJMaster Commissioner Garrard Circuit CourtThis 4th 1904 R H Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff Washington 54 The greatest and highest type Saddle that ever manic a season lu Garrard ty Investigate for your self enquire of any breeder of high class saddle horses in Kcn lucky All horses In his class are standing for from 40 to fCO lint in order to put him in reach of all desiring the servlc s of such a horse that I haves decided to stand him at The In Price of 15 to insure a living colt or 410 sash for tbe sea son money to be juiid at time o f service If mare is trailed or parted with season money is due Grass furnished at 2 per month or grain fed at S Not responsible for accidents or escapes but care taken to prevent same Description and Pedigree Washington Is the sire of Preston 022 the noted show horse Washington 15J hands high finely formed is a brown with a little white on both hind feet has a fine mioio and tall and Is a natural saddle horse Sired by Cromwell 7 by Old Washington Denmark 64 by GaInes Denmark and he by the old racehorse Denmark Cromwell 1st dam by old John Dillanl 2nd dam by Grey Eagle Washingtons first dam by Halcorn 103 dam by Crusader 3rd dam by Cockspnr The dam of Washington was the dam of Robert Nutters fine show mare- I consider this one of the finest saddle horses in Kentucky hits family on both sides have produced the best saddle stock In the State J W Sweeney Lancaster Ky ANNOUNCEMENTSFor We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer as a candidate for Congress in the Eight District to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to tile action of the cratic party Your support Is earnestly solici ted tf For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI SOY is a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney sulject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B is a candlrate Public in Gairerd Co to the action of the democratic party I For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce 3 Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun ty Attorney subject to action ol the Demo party For Supt Public Schools- We are authorized to announce Mis MIttio Dunn as a candidate for nomination for Super intended of Common Schools for Garrard coma ty subject to the action of the Democratic Three room house and four acres of ground situated on Danville Street Has good stable and other outbuild logs Plenty of fruit good garden etc Possession given at once Call on or address J Lancaster Ej I 1 BLUE GUASS I t CircuitCourtthe second abocstYlCd saidGarrard property afront RussPenman JamesDillon ChurchIn 8 50 requiredto annumfrom retained Stallion T 2n t IUlI Gullev forSupt- of U H For Rent B Soper 1 J I i- p I I f Pill cone party 48tt iL tt