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RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 22 1904 THE f FZFrBBNrx YEAR NUMBBB4 jd Ty it- x r 5 t r CENTRAL1 Seasonable Merchan Black and Colored Black and Colored Woolv Dress Fabrics in all the new weaves Wash Goods in all the new styles both white and colored Dr ss Trim Laces Jaconet Swiss Embroideries Ribbons in Plain and Lace effects Lace and Linen Curtains Carpets Mattings and Rugs fllillinen Shoes and Slippers Mens and BoysClothing furnishing Goodsand All of which will be sold at Reasonable Prices DRY GOODS COMPANY 11 Nansook and Belts LII ReadytowearSkirts 1 r LOGAN f I i dise l SIIIS 4 r fin l i r t i l ors Hosier c f a 4r a F l i I rr 0f Local Interest Remember the sale of lots today Friday Dont forget the lot sales today Friday County Court Monday Monday is regular hoss show day Many experienced farmers say the fruit has bean killed but lets the best Please look at label on this paper and if in arrears kindly settie at once It takes money to run a newspaper and a lot of it We call attention to our advertise ments of fine horses in this issue Read them and make your choice Will Probably Build The Odd Fellows are talking of put ting a building on the old hotel lot They are enthusiastic in the matter and will more than likely build Hon John Sam Owsley has as a candidate for County Attor ney in Lincoln Sam made one of the best Commonwealths Attorneys the district ever had and is splendid timber for the place now sought If the Odd Fellows cannot come to terms for the old betel lot why not buy the old Mason hotel There is abundant room for building hotel and opera house there This would also be away from danger leaving open space all around it A New Line We have just received a line of the prettiest belts ever shown in This is a new departure in our business and we will show you some novelties which cannot be equaled in any town As we bought so large a quantity we are able to make better prices than you will find elsewhere The Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson 422tf Realize The Blessing The citizens continue to have the water pipes run into their residences and the plumbers soon have all they can attend to The people now realize the great blessing and would not do without the system for many times The rates in are far below those in other towns and any person can afford to have the water put into his residence or place of business When warm weather there will be a rush of work plumbers and our advice is to have work done now while they have the time to do strictly a first class job PLUMBING Better have us do your plumbing now as there will be a rush later in the season ROOFINGWe 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 REPAIRINGWe pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are right CT IR 4 4 4 4 1 j j j announced Lancaster wilt its cost Lancaster arrives forth I ofwork In W fo borer guttering llASllLllllNYe a Sherley Hudson is quite sick again but we hope not seriously Eld Tinder will not till his at Antioch next Sunday No service at Methodist church last Sunday night on account of defect in furnace pipe Memorial Methodist Church Services by the Pastor next Sunday 1045 a m and 730 p m Bible school 930 to 1030 a m Epworth League 3pm Issued a Souvenir Number Kate Morrison Breckinridge U D C issued a Blue and Gray souvenir number of the Danville News Numerous Kentucky women contributed articles of historic and cunrent interest and the edition great credit on the publishers The Danville D D Institute team came over and played a beautiful game of ball with the Lancaster boys de feating them near close of game by a score of 6 to 3 They will come again today Friday and play The grounds are in splendid shape and pretty game will be played 25cts ladies free Both the Epworth League and Chris tlan Endeavor Societies of the churches are weildinjj excellent influence on the young people of the community and should be and earnestly encouraged in every way by older persons And by the way wouldnt it be a good thing for some of older set to encourage them by enrolling and taking part ourselves as age is no bar to membership The fraternal exchange and relation these two great Societies for young people here is most fraternal and helpful which is as be Commencement Exercises This office is preparing the invita tions for the graduating class of the Graded School and same will be sent out in a few days The class consists of Miss Janie Gordon Doty Mr Robt Ware McRoberts Miss Edith M Mor row Miss Florence C Hammond Mr Robert Chester Powell Mr Charles A Mahan and Mr W Ross Bastin Class day exercises will be held in the school chapel Thursday afternoon May 19th commencement exercises at Christian church Tuesday evening the 24th class sermon to be delivered at Presby terian church by Rev E W McCorkle Sunday evening the 15th of May Fur ther particulars will DC given in future issue of The Record The Right Spirit The people of Lanccster should be deeply grateful to the Odd Fellows lodge for its determination to put up much needed property in Lancaster and the spirit to improve the town The local lodge has a very large memo bership now and financially is in better shape than any lodge In Cen tral Kentucky The fact that its af fairs have been so well managed goes to prove the ability of the members to carry to a successful end the plan of erecting a building Its officers are young men of push and energy and the fact that they want to help the town is proof conclusive that there is no moss on their backs The erection of the house proposed would be of in estimable benefit to the town to say nothing of the good investment for the lodge The Slngln Skule Coming The ladies of the W C T U have arranged with the celebrated Singin Skule Beginment which has been such a pronounced success in Paducah Mayfield Fulton Hopkinsville Madi sonville Russelville Bowling Green Franklin Cynthiana and Danville to come to Lancaster and present the en tertainment under their auspices night May 16th A large cast of talent will participate coached by Messrs V 11 lard the authors of the entertainment who will also play the two leading characters They will arrive about the 2nd or 3rd of May and begin re hearsals and when the come the town will begin to laugh and laughing never stops until long after the Singin bkule has come and gone It Congressman Gilbert After Trust Washington Post I notice that Congressman Gilbert of Kentucky has introduced a bill calling on the Department of Commerce and Labor and the Department of Justice to in quire into the existence of the agri cultural implement trust said A T Hamilton of Louisville Ky at RaleighI approve of proposed measure and would like to see the present administration get after the combine engaged in selling farming machinery with a sharp stick It is one of the meanest of all trade monopolies and if it can be brought up with an abrupt turn the farmers of the country will have a burden lifted It is an outrage that plows reapers and other husbandry made in this coun try should be sent abroad and sold In foreign lands cheaper than they are sold to the home consumer It it were not trust this state of things would not be possible Surely ovrn people have the benefit of the lowest prices since whatever they of the ground Js to be in with We cheaply raised products of all other nations r appointment Chapter reflects energetic Base Ball another game Admission Lancaster between Itshould Tuesday local drilled and Bertram and andmost oppressive implements of pro duceout Competition thoughtfully N the for the our should sold 3 Fox the photographer Friday The new ordinances governing the waterworks will be printed in next issue of The Record Eld F M Tinder will preach the Baccalaurate Sermon for the School Middlesboro next Sunday W M Taylor missionary from Porto Rico will preach at the Christian church in this city next Sunday and at Danville at night Entertainment at Rest Rooms Mrs Florence Bacon and her class in Physical Culture will give an en tertainment for ladles only at the Rest Rooms tonight Thursday at eight oclock Admission lOcents Elder George Gowen formerly of thIs city has received a most call to pastorate of one of the leading Christian churches in lie is at present pastor of the Broadway Christian church in Louis isville He has not decided upon the Nashville call Train Time Changed at Stanford The Journal says beginning April 2Gth No 20 the morning Northbound passenger will pass Stanford at about 430 instead of 230 A new schedule will go into effect May 1 The made on account of the Southern getting to Juliico two hours later than formerly A Great Horse The great stallion Red Leaf whose advertisement appears in this paper is attracting and for some time has attracted the attention of the from every quarter There is none better and those desiring the best results should not fail to take of this opportunity See his card elsewhere in this paper a 22tf Crab Orchard Fair Officers Interior Journal A meeting of tl e stockholders and directors of Orchard Fair and Racing Associatioi was held Saturday and it was decided to hold a three days fall beginning July 20th Mr R II Bronaugh was elected president and Mr W D lin secretary Good selections both of them Lancaster In Olden Times In remitting for The Record Mr John McMillin an old Lancaster man writes from Garberville California follows We older people are going pretty fast for 1 see by The account of the death of two more of my old school mates Edward Val ker and J Q A Odor Old Lancaster when I was a boy on election day there would be a barrel of Bourbon sitting on the corner with the head knocked out plenty of sugar and mint stirred in and those who wished could get rich But I am glad you have improvedin the way of temperance and I believe If you had a few more Records Brother Franks and Carrie Nations you would knock the under head out of that barrel and then the blind tiger in his den No one wishes you more success than does yours truly McMillin Republican Convention Pursuant to an order of the Garrard County Republican Committee a will be held at the in Lancaster Kentucky on April 23 1904 at 10 oclock A M for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Republican State and District Conventions The State be held in Louisville Kentucky May 1004 for the purpose of electing four delegates at large and four alternates to the Republican National to be held in Chicago on June 20 1903 and to elect two electorsatlarge to be voted for at the next November election Said district convention to be held at Nicholasville Kentucky on 28 1904 for the purpose of two district delegates and two to the said National conven tion and an elector for this district to be voted for at the next November election and also a member of the State Central Commute for this dis trio 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 H Batson Secretary Chairman This 11th day of April 1902 Vagrancy Its Curse and Danger A member of the Garrard Civic League has suggested an early of the League for an important purpose It is to urge and demand en forcement of the vagrant Lw Hemp crops have been vainly trying to hoods for breaking also other needs for labor Most any day thro the labor season fifteen to thirty able bodied men can be seen sunning or shading themselves the year through in a certain part of Lancaster having Danville and adjoining towns complain of the same conditions Will the legal authorities of Garrard and Lancaster look up the situation Vagrancy inevitably builds stair steps downward to the spawning bed or which the working tax payer foots the account these Idleness Vice and Crime An able bodied man woman or boy who has no visible means of support who continuously efuses em pipvuieriti at reasonable wage must as surely serve vice for a livelihood as vice Invarlbly hatches crime And for the law to bo lax or indifferent in its prevention by nonefforcement is to be in a sense accessory both before and after the fact Again we say enforce the Law i morning Nashville changes horsemen advantage the Record- an attack Court- House Convention- to Convention April elect- Ing alternates 2t meet- Ing secure no need of empolyment o t lawlessnessf Illgir flatter- Ing Crib Val John convention Saturday three are I J A BEAZLEYCO Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furniture and Carpets In Central Kentucky t L DAVIDSON Attorney At taw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business CLOTHING We represent Globe Tailors of Cincinnati and can make clothing to lit and please We also carry a nice line of Clothing Shoes Hats Ox fords Hosiery Un derwear Neck wear Will make it to your advan tage to see us before buying R L JENNINGS Paint Lick E IR i etc f U 1 40400 1 ready- made = = An Egtrarolinary Opportunity For the Purchase of OOcOOOOOCooooc I RESIDENCE PROPERTY I will offer at public auction on the premises on Friday April 22 1904 THIRTY CHOICE BUILDING lOTS 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 f four per cent Right reserved to reject all bills Sale begins at 2 oclock Capt J M Dunn Auct JAS I HAMILTON JgP The pople of Buckeye will know what merchant lawyer doctor banker or other business man wants their patronage by the way Lancaster people buy these lots to open up the new street They will spend their money with the men who prove their friendship I I anyand J residence r 7 a Ar1v New Spring NGKWEftR fill the Now Shades The Latest Novelties OF THE SEASON Drop in and let us show you our new line of Florsheim Shoes H f LOOftN r i 1 I I r I 1 I I 1- I I i II i- I AND I I I I I i I q O dli i J w a OOO t g 4 x r I t L- k w1 r 7- r 004 O O O OOO OOO O OO C S OX Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile 11 iii iiiiitilltAAAAAA A AJ Sensational Prices are always lower than else where for same quality of goods VO I I Bargains Co- Y Vests and Pants Ladies Mercerized Vests and Pants full silktaped 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 of Voiles Mohairs Ettatnines Scotch Noveltiesand Mixtures This stock must be seen to be appre elated Curtains patterns 3 yard long Curtains very band some designs new spring styles GinghamsFancy ace InghamCurtains nott- Ingham r Taffeta Silks In Blue Pink Blacks yard wide Poide Sole silks Black and White china silks Hosiery All kinds Lace Novelty Hosiery for Ladies and Miss es Dont forget that we are headquarters for fancy stock ings Silk 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 pieces corset cover Embroidery 14 ins wide elegant new pat terns We have the best goods money can buy and sell them at LiveandLetLive prices We have no fakes to induce you to visit our store but with genuine bargains hope to merit your Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED ELECTRIC 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 FENCE POULTRY RABBIT AND LAWN FENCE ssmcH Absolute efficiency at least expense SOIHCH A practical fence that will i positively turn cattle A A A A horses hogs and pigs A fence seined that is strong practically proven thoroughly efficient under ELuraoo FIELD FENCE STANDARD MADE M six HEIGHTS every possible condition EVERY ROB OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED If you want your fencingproblems satisfactorily solved call and see the ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you can get absolute satisfaction ATATATATiTAUTATATlTATATAUTAWTATATAUUTAUUUTATAA ATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATAUTATATATATATATATATA Wl i in I I I I It It It I It It I I I I I III l I E IBIOI everlasting STY HASllDN I l W JlJ J7 i 4b i i JI ji sr patronage r i ALL STEEL FIELD 5 tzlncn 94n1CM S rt IiIROBINSON ic- t CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDBAM intend at Post Office in laiuxuter Ky SecondClou Nan Natter Lancaster Syt April 22 1904 The biggest trust on earth is the newspaper It trusts everybody gets cussed for trusting mistrusted for cussing and if it busts for trust ing gets cussed for bursting Theres consolation to be found most any old proposition While the continued cold weather worked many hardships yet the fact that it has kept back the spring poet is a blessing for which we should be doubly grate ful John D Rockefeller his Sun day school class that Christianity con sists in getting all the good you can out of the world This may be all right in theory but the Rockefeller practice is to get all the goods you can out of the world Hon Harry Sommers has j u s t rounded out the twentysecond year of his management of the Elizabeth town News They dont grow better editors or biggerhearted men than Harry Sommers andThe Record joins his army of friends in wishing him many years more of peace health and plenty The Chicago Record Herald says that the Japanese word for hurrah is bonsai and that Russian Is ksestrovokosoffvrisky To the average person it will seem Jap has the best of it as he can shout his word while the other fellow is getting started The editor of The Record is very grateful for being chosen as a delegate to the National Editorial Association which meets at St Louis The op portunity of seeing and hearing the biggest and best editors in the seldom comes to a rual rooster On the three days following the Na tional meeting the Worlds Press will convene when all the big guns of the world will be present It we can sell our dog and get to wear we will be there and carefully store away every point we hear made on the newspaper business Many papers are jumping on Mr Hearst and saying all manner of mean things about his candidacy for the democratic nomination foi president The old saying that the tree bearing the best fruit has the most sticks clubs and stones under it leads us to believe that Mr Hearst Is a man of great ability and presidential timber of exceptionally good quality When a man in public life is pounced upon so universally its a safe bet he is be ing knifed because those accustomed to leadingcandidates by the nose can not work him Consequently as above we believe Mr be a man of exceptionally fine tons Much is said these days and often in a pretty way too about the need of a return to nature And of course most of us do need a return Most of us can scarcely afford to do so we think but there would be where there Is now comparative misery were we to do so The civic improvement leaders of New York have planned a great movement in the proposition to take 500 little street Arabs to the country to work The children will be taken from the smoke and dust the roar and the sin of the big city to farms There they will be given hoes to dig with They given the impression that hoeing and planting and gathering the fruit of their labor is play until they get ac customed to the life and learn to the advantages of such a lire But that will not be long The ur chins will soon wake up to the fact that there Is a God and that there are better things than there are in the big city They will see that they can live more to their profit in the than in the city They will have clearer minds better food betterhealth pure air sunshineand outdoor exercise for only a short time until they will be convinced of the of the farm They are often more valuable than city boys The clamor stirs them They have good health ambition and clear heads The city fellows want them And because they goon the farms neglected The average farmer boy if he thinks he is capable of following anything in the but farmingwill desert the farm And the farms are neglected To be sure there are many farmers but there are not enough farmers to cultivate the farms carefully and thouroughly The farms are not cultivated as in other agricultural lands Much is wasted Much land is Idle Is there to exchange Is the city boy to take the place the country boy left for the sake of the place the city boy might have taken were he more able to fill the this comes to pass the city will gain and country too will gain for the street urchin will be a man in the country WmHerndon G B Swlnebroad Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office TerStomesdnigitore y a n at V ell trust Jrtold equivalent country Par- lIament something stated Hearst to I I happiness will be appreciate country advantages especially world placeIf Sw ne rod L 0 c 1f tr yJJt the tithe quoit are toe J i 1 fig bean in v Resents is an epidemic here Mr James Royston is quite sick at this writing Several from here attended court at Danville Monday David to Chas Burdett one hog and six pigs for 15 Mr M F Rout was the guest last week of Dr Webb Lexington The smallpox scare has caused a number in this community to be Madams T D Chesnut and Charles Burdett were in Danville shopping Wednesday Mr Jim Sutton who has been quite sick with smallpox Is reported better at this time Miss Carrie Durham returned this week from a pleasont visit to relatives Eastern Kentucky Miss Annie Perkins spent a few days last week with Miss Mattie Mae Robinson at Lancaster Messrs M G Aldridge and Edd Hughes have moved their saw mill to Mr Hagans farm at Marcellus Mr Everett Barker and Miss Pearl Eason and sister of Mt Hebron were guests Sunday of Mr Tom Barker and family PKEAUHEKSVILLE J H Thompson bought 12 hogs last week Mr and Mrs W K Sutton were visit tug their mother Sunday W Cummins has to Lawrence burg as storekeeper guager Corn planting is the chief occupa tlon of farmers at this time Mrs Elizabeth Barker of Crab Or chard has been visiting friends W H Brown bought a load of fat hogs last week and paid 41 to 5 cents for them Mrs A J Thompson is visiting his sister ic Rockcastle county who is very sick Rev R F Jordan and daughter Mis Bulah were at Cartersville last week in a meeting Mrs Victoria Anderson has been real sick for several days though she is some better now Mr Allen Ray and wife of Buckeye were visitipg their daughter Mrs Leonard Nave first of the week J M Cress bought in Rockcastle Mr Andy Smith formerly of Bell county had a stroke of paralysis last Friday morning and is thought to be in a serious condition On the first Saturday in May the Masonic Fraternity of our Lodge will Orchard Brodhead and McCREAKY Corn planting is in full blast at this writing Mrs Lucy Simpson is improving ve ry slowly Mr James Sanders is quite sick of pneumonia Mrs T A Royce has been quite sick but is convalescent Steven Hill is able to be out again after several days illness Cecil Broaddus sold his crib of corn to different parties at 3 00 Miss Willie B Henry spent last week with Mrs Will Jones Misses May Taylor and LIccie Ham visited Miss Flonnle Catron recently W T West and family of your city visited the family of D G Sunday Miss Bessie VanArsdall of Louis was a visitor of Mrs Porter Wear en last week Mr and Mrs Alex Walker of your city and Mr and Mrs Samuel Cotton of Teatersville were visitors of Warner and family Sunday BUCKEYES Miles and wife spent Sunday in Nicholasville Mrs James Witt who has been quite sick is improving Rev Bozeman of Louisville has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist church here Mrs George Bogie and daughter Mrs Johnson of Berea were guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Long last week Rev T B Ray and brother Edd of Nashville John L Ray of Mrs E G Waller and daughter Miss Bess of Louisville J T Ray and son of Parksville who were called to the of Dr Ray left for their homes last week The sad death of Dr W M Ray which occurred on the 8th caused a deep regret over the entire Ity having lived here all his life which was 67 years and his prominence as a citizen physician were well known throughout the county and he will be greatly missed He leaves a wife and six children to mourn his loss as he was a devoted and loving husband a kind and indulgent father to whom the heartfelt sympathy of their many friends are After funeral services conducted byRev J 1C Bruce the remains were told to rest in cemetery clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve Is the It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Itsonly 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by McBbberts Druggist I I Swope sold vaccinated 1 at 4c J gone paying expectingStan- ford 1 of Buckeye Warner last ill e W K I A C Joplin Mo feel ingot Buckeye 1 keA ever best PAle lss Jl jl iCiiitllilT near bedside comm and extended i Bolls ua Q 1n to calf It the O for at a on at for no his I M Wheeler sold last week James A Cotton a nice yearling for 20 is very much feared that the plants greatly injured by cold weather The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Tudor of Hamilton Ohio died last week of measles Mrs T E Wheeler has gone to Ohio to visit her daughter Mrs Tudor who is very sick with measles Mr and Mrs John Cox of this place have both been very poorly with grip some time but are better we are glad to note Mr Charley Moberley who has been Hamilton Ohio for some time working in the machine shops home last week Geo W Lear of Madison has work on the cistern at the school house and says he is going to make a No 1 good one Simpson Jackson our hustling merchants have completed their new addition tP their store house which is great accommodation to their busi nessand an improvement to the town as well STONE Mrs Mary A Sanders sold to several parties corn at 2 50 per barrel Miss Lulu Simpson of Nina called her grand mother last Friday Mr and Mrs John Lane are rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound boy Mr aud Mrs N B Coy of Kirksville were called to the bedside of her James Sanders who is very ill Bro Mize of Lexington will preach Scotts Fork the 1st Sunday inMay All come and give him a good Mrs May Gay was buried at Scotts Fork last FIday She died of spinal meningitis she leaves a husband mother and three sisters We extend our sympathy in their great loss Best Cough 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 unques tionably harmless You want one that is pleasant to take Cough Remedy meets all of these conditions There Is nothing so wood i the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a certain and cure for croup and there is 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 We do not enrich the present by ridiculing the past A Thoughtful man 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 Men are known by their fruits and not by their feelings A Great There was a big sensation in Lees ville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had life saved by Dr Kings New for Consumption He writes endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon effected a complete cure Simi lar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all and lung troubles Price 50c and 1 00 Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle free 1m BE FOR PerfectionOil We have them all sizes all prices Guaranteed to give satisfaction Come and see them Remember the brand Perfection and the Place CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky l IIA ItoMrJohn I I tobacco lire P Ham- Ilton father Chamberlains preventive tal Sensation Discovery thereafter READY Warm Woatbor I Buy a I 1t I returned commenced 4ew audience i throat a t iI e 6 F- p C fAt Nt t T tT n L S SJ ml raj gj j l G f fiti lp n E jr 0 j 3j lj 0 1 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 j be fitted in an entire suit from Hat tom Shoes nothing lacking at our big store McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY USE Mastic Paint We GUARANTEE it We refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory McROBERTSDRUGGIST J 0Z 0i0t0 fjjJfiffJfji0iJ t m IF- m 1 C r 1 8 I rGl D calland 8 0 1 8 0mrJfflffgi0 0 I f- P4 r I 3 rQ I Q I Jp p o AUO1R1 F 1 How many 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 5650 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 jm say Let us take your order now for your new spring suit or overcoat you payRoyalis worn today by T 250000 satisfied customers We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress sure to please you in both pattern and the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed CALL AND J C HEMPHILL Beautiful Spring Millinery Exquisite creations in beautiful Parisian Pattern Hats that have been accorded the approval of the most famous designers of the world Also a collection of the very newest and most approved styles from the mrakets together with the best handicraft of our own milliners modeled on authentic lines the whole compris ing a Bewildering Array of Spring That U would be hard to match a city many times the size of Lancaster TILLET earlyestimates anoveltiessomething pricealways I SEE SSS distinguished Eastern s SALLIED t t 2I eauti4 n firAi 1RwT k rs 1 That Means Chatanooga Chilled Work equal to any or better S Draft lighter than any other tBa t Baeakage less than any other 198 Postle guarantees every one Chatanooga Chatanooga Cutting Harrows Land Rollers Corn Planters Cultivators Smoothing Harrows Corn Drills Double Shovels Hemp Drills USE FERTILIZER K F Postle Our opening is over and we are now ready to suit the most fastidious customers with this line of Up and Popular Priced Hats The ready to wear hats will surely please you A look through my 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 T Xlj w ji Plows I IEiV IrA Imo II a Q I I fJWiJ rY fiJffjJlf fjJlllJfllJrl 01 m a Ba m cr1l r1J J lish to date l BmgjJtfjgjJtfjgjJtfjiCJgjJtfjiCJ a I F1ow Flow a tr tom il O rn l St Jm r 0 PERSONALS Miss Annie Perkins has been visiting Mrs Emma Iliggiubotham Mrs R C Warren of Stanford is her sisterMiss Jennie Duncan Misses Annie Philips and Helen Beazley were here with friendslast weekMisses Lottie Faris and Amos Willis of Kirksville were visitors here the past week Mr John Ray who was here a few days has returned to his home in LouisvilleLittle Merritt has been visiting her aunt Miss Maggie Sacray of DanvilleMisses of Beuna Vista were with their sister Skin ner Lexington avenue xwnmwwmwwmmmx The Ladies 3- iCharmedi visiting Miss Lucretia Are i t y Hats and the g large sales made prove the excel lent qualities of 5 with our exquisite We have just ophned a line of BEAUTIFUL BELTS j These Belts are of la 13 5l test styles and the f2 Sz handsomest ever dis played in Central Ky Miss ADA DICKERSON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st Th I Millinery StarI E oUR MIhbINEIIy 4 1 ML- I I r XININI1N1111Nr1NIHININ111N 1 J Mrs Morgan of Waynesburg has re turned to her home after visiting her daughter Mrs J M Acton Miss Miriam Patterson Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Ilelonc are in Berea visiting friends Mrs W S Bowman of Flemingsburg the guest of her parents Mr Will lam Anderson and wife Mrs J E Stormes and Miss Margaret Miss Ada Dickerson was in the city last week buying additional millinery stock She returned Monday Miss Viola Dickerson and sister Mrs A Voris of Burgin visited Miss Ada Dickerson the past week Miss Willie Belie Burnside left this week for a months visit to her friend Miss Cora Ward of Cincinnati Mrs J C Ilemphill has been visiting her daughter who is Hamilton college Lexington Mrs Elbert Smith and children of Jellico Tenn are visiting her mother Mrs George Farris Danville avenue Miss Daisy Collier of Danville and Mrs Tavlor Burdett of Bryantsville were guests of Misses Pearl and Ann Hill Saturday Mrs W R Cook and son Robertson have returned from Hendersonviile N C where they have been spending the winter Harrodsburg Democrat County Attorney James Hamilton of was here Tuesday with his wire visiting friends Miss Mary Burnside attended the reception given by Miss Minnie Woods in honor of her brother who has jUt returned from the Philippines Stanford cor Louisville Post Miss Jennie Warren entertained ten couples of evening in hoLor of Miss Sallie Elkin of Lancaster Mrs Banks Hudson gave a delightful dinner Tuesday Her guests were Mesdames W A Berkele J E Stormes Louis Landram and A H Rice of Springfield Ohio Mrs John Francis and little son Louis Doty have gone to Bradstown Is FoggI attend- Ing Lancaster her friends Friday I Miss Theo s to join her husbatid where they will make their home They were accoui parried by Francis Mrs J W Pumpbrey left last week I to visit to her daughters in Hamilton Ohio I Miss Bruce Pumpbrey has returned home after to her sisters in Hamilton Ohio Mrs Mattie Duncan and Miss Jennie Duncan left this week for a visit to Mrs Simpson Elkin in Atlanta Dr and Mrs Elkin will sail in a few weeks for England to spend several mouths Danville News Dr and Mrs B Ram sey and daughter Miss Mayme who have been spend ing tte winter in New Orleans topped today with Mr and Mrs J P Frank Third street They are en route to Paint Lick Danville Advocate Miss Lizzie Hudson of Lancaster was a visitor to the city today Mr Barnes Wearen of Stanford and Miss Marie Williams of Huston ville were married at the residence of Rev Til Colemanin this city last evening Rev Coleman offici acing The groom is a young man of Stanford while his bride is the daughter of W R Will iams of Maine Ballard of Bryantsville is expected the latter part of the week to be the guest of Mrs Joseph Elder on East Main Street Business and Bargains Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Wanted 90 nemo brakes tf R M West Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tf Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son ft Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4ltf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud tf Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tt See the pretty belts at Miss Dicker sons Marvel Millinery Store I will pay cash for old Coins Erie J Farra Lancaster Kentucky 3258t Jap alac varnish makes old furni ture new At Thompsons tf T S Elkin will pay highest market price for 100000 pounds wool 3 25 tf We have a line of tha and b est cakes ever brought o Lancaster tf Currey Lime Black Diamond and Portland Cement Cash Cheap II B Northcott 34 2t Money to Loan 1000 to loan on real estate Call at this office 311tf We are prepared to cut make carpets to order 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts No one will my place of busi ness with a is not ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY 3 35 tf We want yoir paint bv4siness if quality and prices count wfi will get it 4 22Gt Frisbies Store Prettiest belts ever brought to Lan caster now displayed at the Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson ap 22 tf For Sale Two houses a id and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tt R A Stone Lancaster Ky Graphite Root Paint best and cheapest Paint you on your roof We guarantee it 5 years Sanders Will sell you Cement Plaster Portland Cement Coal and all kinds of cheap Give them a Tommie avisit brand well known Hustonville Miss son Ire est avidson For Sale a d sue t J lempliilh e can se t sat 4 22 Ot Frlsbie D g Store alker S Lime Roofil gs trial411m Miss r lean lug lots t do ROMANS ELMORE lililf IJIi ifii J Buggies Surries 1 o Phaetons Runabouts I I BUCKBOARDS and BREAK CARTS in all the best makes as well cheaper lines We fit you out with any kind of vehicle you want and our prices are low See our stock and you will be pleased We sell Kauffman Columbus Mayer BrOokway Waterton Woodhull Westcott Sayers Etc See our HARNESS and save money Remember we have Old Hickory Wagons Remember that we sell you the work made if you want it and we can show you the biggest a 5sortinenfof medium priced vehicles in the city Ia r them ScovllI Etc m i I can IF if J J can best A i f rI i r j ai f You lake no choice In using paint It is the best and if it dues not we will refund your money Vuat else could you ask J Drug Store We spared neither time nor expense in getting together a line of Spring Millinery that would please pie both in quality and price See our line before making your purchases Miss Ada Dickerson Marvel Millinery Store it I will give ihy time to the Merchant Tailoirqg business this and If better sans lion than ever befpreA J C Ilemphill 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 who biws to Royal Tailor suit stands a get an absolutely Go and see J O Ilemphill who villxplain it to you 325 tf Hemp Seed For Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post oflice Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks agerjt for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 1 8tf 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 Dont forget that Friday is the day for Fox the photographer As the weather is now pleasant his studio is now full all day so come early Wanted middle aged either white or colored to go to Cincinnati and do light housework Apply to Rev H N Faulconer at W B Masons At this season of year needs a good line line of nicdiciies and can furnish you any thing 4 22 6t Frisbies Drug Store Choice Seed A few bushels of Kentucky Riv er bottom Hemp seed for sale Call on J C phill or Gabe Presto Stbne Ky Automobile Free The Royal Tailors will 10 to absolutely free Each customer stands an equal chance to get J C Hcmphill who will tell you it 3 25tf We are to do the very best roof and will do the work when promised No delays or dissat isfaction about our work Leave or ders at Fmbie drug store Charley Ball Louis Herndon 4 15 tf Fine Groceries I have just put in a good stock of fresh groceries embracing every arti cle to be found in an store Fresh and cured meats on hand fresh fish in season Give me a call T S Elkin 325tf We have Stains Floor House Paint White Lead Turpentine Colors in oil and of Brushes ever shown in Lancaster 422 6t Frisbies Drug The Ladies Society will have an exchange at the Post Oflice Satur day afternoon All kinds of country produce will be on hand at low prices Fresh butter eggs old ham jowls and in fact anything in the eating line These exchanges will be held every Saturday until further notice 326tf House Cleaner Attention As the season for Cleaning is at hand you will Car bolic Acid Killer Moth Paints and brushes W p have all of these and at the lowest prices us your order and we will deliv er promptly 422 6t Frisbies OP Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on Danville st two doors below Record office Consultation free No 149 It there is any thing about this new method of treating di seases without the aid of drugs that is cot understood by any one 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 phys clans 41tf Our Trimming Department We use the finest possible materials to produce the mostdeslrable and pic turesque of the seasons trimmed ideas duplicates of our finest Parisian Novelties made at our usual prices Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson It For Rent Three room house and four acres of ground situated on Danville Street Has good stable and other Plenty of fruit good garden etc Possession given at once Call on or address J B Soper Lancaster Ky 4 8tf A cool drink for ladies J O Y at Wards Grocery 2t Rubberoid Roofing a good root fur little money HaseldenRobinson Hardware Jo 41tf Sorghum seed Millet and Hungari an sale at Wards Grocery 2t Bring your eggs butter to I tit give satin the pro pusslbl give 325 tf Everyone chance Pr Ed C Gaines is flor- Ists woman tf the everyone Spri have a want He p he Automobiles th r 01l al constantly V rnishj Par Linseed il be I ne StOle Aid ring ne A onla Sponges lamols Bed- Bug B Varnishes Telephone Phone moderate outbuild- Ings f j Ii It 1 fj e iOF our nlado tiqu 4 22 fit Fri dos e tire season Automobile 415 Tonlc the you Pr I Lancaster customers sae about painting up to date grocery Jap ala Enamels Drug Store for and Wards Grocery s NEWSPAPER MEN Who a3 to Represent the Kentucky Press Association at the Big Events The following delegate are announced by Paul M Moore President of the Kentucky Press As sociation to the National Editorial Association and the Worlds Press Parliament at the St Louis Worlds Fair the week of May 1621 To the National Editorial Assocla tion Louis Landram Record Lancas ter II A Sommers News Elizabeth towh Lew B Brown Democrat liar rodsburg Harry McCarty Journal Nicholasville W Q Adams Inquirer Owensboro R W Brown Times Lou isvillc L Progress Elkton T C Underwood New Era Hopkins viKi Wm Henry Jones Republican Glasgow M F Conley News Louisa Paul M Moore Bee Earlington To the Tree RE Morn ingstar Courier Bowling Green Gullion Local Rubt E Hughes CourierJournal Louisville Urey Woodson News Democrat Pad ucah W C Barrickman Sentinel Shelbyville C C Givens Gleaner Hen derson Henry Lawrence Record Ca diz Sam J Roberts Leader Lexing tun Tim Needham Courier Will iarnstown E C Smith DemocratCar rollton J W Redden Advocate Mt Sterling J J Glenn Graphic Madi sonville Dan V Bowmar Sun Ver sailles D B Wallace Independent II e b e r Mathews Herald Hartford During Press week many courtesies are promised delegates to the N E A and Press Parliament Mr Walter Williams writes this cheering senti ment Kentucky editors will be at the parliament and at any other time Buggy Harness bargains 4 22tf Mount PAINT LICK Rev C S Young is quite sick at this writing Eliza Rucker spent Monday in LancasterIf pump needs repairing see Roger Rucker Mr Henry Arnold of Ford was here one night last week Mr and Mrs Ike Arnold were visit ors at Danville last week Miss Amanda Anderson spentSatnrdav with Mrs W S Fish Mrs W B Rucker of Cyntliiana i the guest of Mr and Mrs Rucker Mrs John F Mason of Whites Sta tion spent Monday with her brother W Good Old Spring Time is just about here and if you need Paper and paint see W S Fish J II Fish of Wildic is visiting his brother W he will visit W A Arnold of Lancaster next week Remember McWhorter Estridge ire headquarters for Undertakers anr1 furnish Hearse when wanted 4l tl Mr W G Kemper the popular and clever cashier of the Peoples Bank was in Cincinnati several days on bus iness Mr E C Gaines was here last week selling Deering Machines TIe brok the record on sales two weeks ago having sold 21 machines and hay rakes McWhorter Estridge have just re ceived a load of salt they are sell ing seven bushel barrels for 150 tf See our line of implements It Mount Be careful and do not buy an outof date hat nor one unbecoming We can please the most fastideous Miss Ada Dickerson Marvel Milliner Store Jib New line Refrigerators ch 4 22tf Mount If you ae going to paint your house roof barn or any thing else we can supply your wants for paint of description at best prices 422 tf Frisbies Drug Store Court Day bargains in work and pads Mount Elkin ty Card of Thanks- I beg to express my sincere thanks for and my fullest appreciation of the valuable assistance and timely words and deeds of cumfort tendered me and my family during the last ill ness of my wife Such friends will al ways be kindly remembered realizing as I do that there are no better pec pie on earth than those in Lancaster Very truly T J Hatcher Our Hats fit well feel well and look well See our stock before buying your Spring head wear Marvel Mil linery Store Miss Ada Dickerson 11 Sciatic Rheumatism Cared I have been subject to sciatic rhea matlsm for years says E H Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joint were stiff and gave me much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when Istraightened up I used Cham berlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have not a pain or ache from the trouble tor many months It is most won derful liniment For sale by Frisbies Drugstore 1m t MEDICAL I I THE I When a girl is in love sbe is hungry only between meals jitter baying experience a sel dom of his bargain I appointments W Gaines P E A New Castle welcome Eli n Miss ofyour city I C S Fish anyWal C Fish Moor ever co DR PIER ES GOLDEN BLOOD LlVER LlJrGS ftf r t Warsaw S 1 C car kin a had old certainly man boasts 4 J A CONN B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros J 4inmm rnrmmmnrmmmmmmnimmmmm mmnrmm Iii lii lii III ill iii iii UI III III ttl U Slick lips are not accepted for shi lights Serious Stomach Trouble Cured- I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomi Ungspclls and can truthfully say that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver cured Williams Laingsburg Mich These tablets are guaranteed to cure every case of trouble of this character For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Too many men spend their money before they get it We do not earn heaven by pining paradise Good Spirits Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the tine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not rem dy a bad liver or the hundredand ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in line condition if you would feelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put your liver condition by using Greens August of all medicines fur the liver and stomach and a cer ain cure for dyspepsia or Indigestion has been a favorite household reme ly for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy find active and thus insure you a liber il supply of good spirits Trial size ioc regular bottles 75c At all drug 1 Aug meMrs T V stomach fin JOe in- line Flowerthe greatst t fists sNS111N1111NiNNINN11NN1O Tablets N It is the opportunity we make that makes It NotbiBK Equal to Chamberlain o Ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy for Bowel Complaints In Children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our familv for years says Mrs J RCooke of Nederlands Texas We have 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 We shall be measured by what we might have been Robbed the Grave 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 1 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 tail to try them Only fifty cents guaranteed at McEoberts 1m Roof Painting I am prepared to do the very best roof painting Will also repair roof at very low rates Can save you mon ey Leave orders at Postles store 3t T W Soper byJohn drugstore 111W111111111111111111111111 s given N N 4 Is the word that fittingly describes our Monumental designs There is an in dividuality about our work 1 I that distinguishes it from all others We carry a very large stock Monuments and Markers in Marble and Granite ready for prompt delivery We refer to many of the most beautiful and striking Memorials in the Lancaster Cemetery Fine lettering a specialty NONE BETTER NONE CHEAPER Wm ADAMS SONLexington Ky wellpainted is L Jofattractive d1 l ECONOMYIAN I 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 Paint it is Possible to Make We sell it on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE We han dle everything pertaining to paints Let us have your business it will be appr- eciatedFIKHFJ STORE I I 41 DRUG t r r q Land Stock Crops Read ad of Washington 54 J W Sweeney 415tf See ad of Washington 54 my fine horse lie stands at the head of the lit tin highclass horses J W Swee iey 4 15tf Frank Barton sold fifty horses pub licly at Cynthiana last week the total amount reaching nearly 4000 In Mercer county much hemp remains unbroken and planters are paying 125 to 150 per hundred to haveit broken Stewart Collier of Millersburg sold 5000 bushels of wheat to the Potts Milling Co for 102 delivered on cars at Millersburg A L Johns manager of the Shaker farm at South Union sold 4000 bush els of wheat to the Massy Mill Co at 1 14 delivered at the mill TheFrank lin Favorite I A country hog goes to the large houses at from 4 to 4jc per pound and comes back breakfast bacon at from 15 to 22c per pound An ex change has discovered that he is not the in the transaction White burley tobacco is selling high er on the Cincinnati and Louisville breaks than in ten years The action of the Continental in buying up tbe bulk of the crop has caused a scramble on the part of the independent facto ries to lay in a supply The farmers are put in a big crop this year and tobacco will be so cheap next year that the raisers will be glad to get five cents for it The depressing influence of the Presidential election this year is al ready being felt Ordinarily most of I onlyhog preparingto packing l4 FLASH THENEWS across the world that it may be I seen by suffering humanity every Life Plant the most marvelous medical the world has ever known will quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CATARRH and all BLOOD DISEASES It strikes at and replacing it with pure rich blood DISEASE can not EXIST when the BLOOD is PURE LIFE PLANT makes it so then nature does her part and disease is soon forgotten in the enjoyment of perfect health Our guarantee CURE NO PAYMrs Chas or Fifth St New Philadelphia OsaysFor three months severe pain The pain was so severe as to give many hours at night Iwas a great sufferer Could no re much for Ik MPG ONLY BY TUB LIFE PLANT CO CANTON O That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send i us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky discovery diseasebydriving isNO formMyneedlesCould Twobottles 1ii i r i i Lexington Has the advantage over a eak man la the world of work Physical strength is made from food when it has been di gested and assimilated There is no other way in which strength can be made except from food Theres many a weak man who is unable to do hard and heavy work because the food he eats is not perfectly digested and so fails to nourish the body He has stomach trouble in some form Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It builds up the body with solid flesh and strong muscle by enabling the perfect digestion and assimilation of food I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia for over two 1 was a wreck writes Mr Preston E of Lehigh Co Pa Had think about a dyspeptic has or ever have I also with constipation were soft and flabby c poor and slow Suffered greatly from old hands and feet At last I came across an advertisement of Dr Pierces and I tried Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets I used about of the Pellets and ten bottles of the Discovery which brought me back to my former state health If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medicine claimed to just as good but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing The sluggish liver is made active by the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets ftv 4 i y T A SIROI G mAN U Fenstermacer painsI Muscles bet torturing the lambs are bought by this timebut now there is little inquiry for them The cattle trade is listless and dull and contracts for next summer or fall in all things in which the farmer deals are hard to make at satisfactory fig ures The reason given is that Presi dential election campaigns are always bad for There is no reason why this should be true but the fact that everybody expects it to be true and acts accordingly makes it true Winchester Were the corn of seven corn loaded on wagons forty bushels to the load and placed so the heads of the horses would come just to the rear end board of the preceding wagon and it were possible for this line of march to cover the land and sea an average years crop from these seven corn irow ing State would make complete of corn wagons six times aroui ile world Place the crop of 1902 i rs holding 500 bushels each and forty feet for car and cupling a 1 e would have a continuous freight I 38378 miles long After considering these figures one readily believes that in the list of cereals corn stands first in point of acreage yield and value Four Track News SEASON 1904 Wood Lawn 4yearold Record aaa in gih heat over onehalf mile track Sire of three with records better than 230 Champion show horse of Kentucky and leading sire of high class road horses and teams 25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT and a good one at that I claim it is to the best Interest of the own ers of mares of Mercer and adjoining counties to breed to Red Because he is not for sale I expect to keep him and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that work for the sale of all his colts at high prices no matter to whom they belong 2nd Because his colts have a reputation and have sold for higher prices undeveloped than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining coun ties Srd Because his colts have taken more premiums than those of any stal lion in Mercer or adjoining counties 4th Because he has a better lecord as a race horse having won 10 out of 13 races and a record as a show horse having won 58 out of 63 shows than any stallion in Mercer or ad bluing counties 5th Because Red Leaf is the only horse sired by a horse with a record of 218 C F Clay who has sired 8 colts with rec ords better than 213 and with a dam Lady Hart that every colt she had took a standard record and was a winner and whose grand dam Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world having 11 in the list and whose sire C F Clay sold for 6000 and whose dam sold for 1500 whose dams sire Red Wilkes sold for 30000 for a half Interest and who himself Red Leaf sold at three years old for 1000 and at fourteen years old for 1750 and that has himself sired 14 colts to sell for over 900 some at high as 2000 and teams from 1500 to 3000 in Mercer or adjoiningcounties 6th But three of Red Leafs colts were ever trained for speed and they all took records 7th But one of Red Leafs colts was ever raced and ne started in 11 or 12 races winning first in one and second in all the others as shown by the Year book and showed miles in 2 15and would have been a sensational horse had he lived 8th Red Leaf has sired more highclass high priced teams than any stallion in Kentucky in in the past two years 9th I can show several offers of over 3000 for a pair I have None of those sold five years old and most of them under three years old Now I say if you want a trotter Red Leaf is bred to get them as his sire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and dam agreat producer and worlds greatest ales of speed Red Wilkes and his sires dam the greatest brood mare in show horse he has proven he can get them of the highest quality a threeyearold mere by him showing through the circuit in regular and sweepstakes and winning 24 out of 26 shows something equaled only by the worlds famous Gipsy Queen If you want a business horse he can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and fillies are sure to be great If these are notfacts why not r I also have a good Black Jack to stand at 8 to Insure a living colt EEGOPDAKD Burgin Zy Dogmatists are sound because they are nothing but sound t business f Democrat- S i ow an Stoc LEAF Leaflet I will now hIs she by one world Uyou wanta hi broodmares Fa- iRED better I of the the IJi FOR TAXESBying to me as Sheriff of Garrard county Ky for years 1902 and 1903 I will on Monday April 25 1901 County Court day for Garrard county Ky ex pose to public sale to the highest bllder be fore the Courthouse door in the city of Lan caster Ky the following real estate in said county due me as Sheriff of said county to pay tbe tax due on said property or so much as may be neccessary to pay said tax said amount of tax includes penalty and 2 cost for advertising same towit LANCASTER NO lAVHITE Adams A J 1903 10 acres 4 91 Comley Vm 1903 58 acres 8 oo Gayer BG 19o3 1 Lot 12 CO Huffman Henry acre 4 22 Idle Heirs acres 10 10 Miller Mose19023 25 acres 21 77 Moore J J Lot Pollard 1903 25 acres 6 CO Powers Mary B acres 54 30 Ross Hannah acres LANCASTER NO 1 COLORED Adams Pete 19023 1 acre 6 15 Burdett Bob 19023 9 acres 9 41 Baughmau Isaac 19o3 40 acres 9 95 Bnrdett James 1903 4 lo Campbell Mary 1903 1 Lot 3 60 Dunn Bill 1903 acre 4 12 Fish Boyse Faulkner John 1903 5 IS Herring Albert 19023 12 acres 10 23 Harris John 19023 1 Lot 9 85 Huffman Mary J 19023 4 12 Hudgins Mary 19oS l Lot 3 60 Johnson Tom 19023 7 45 Jennings Geo Lot 570 Jones James 518 Leavell Geo 19023 745 McCarley Kate Lot 3 60 Myers Jesse 8 56 Miller Irvine 1903 890 Owsley Charley 1902 470 Ray James 1902 l Lot 4 83 Robinson Geo Ann 1902 425 Robinson Barbara 1903 245 Robinson Hurve 1903 7 acres 3 06 Salter Ed heirs 1S023 520 Sharks 1902 3 60 Tevis Madison 19J23 856 Warren Win 19o2 1 Lot G 5o BRYANTSVILLE WHITE NO 2 Brown Mary C J9o3 3 06 Cottrell Mose 19o3 4 75 Carr Mary E 1913 2 Go Ellis Robt 19oS 2 acres 380 J F 19O5 24o acres Cl 10 Hudson Thos D 19o23137 acres 59 36 Hudson H G 19023 75 11 Lawrence Jane 260 Lane C W 1903 12 acres 6 87 Preston Bill heirs 19023 19 acres 880 Philips James 19o23 647 Rice JH 1903 300 49 7o Scott Welter 19o3 BRYANTSVILLE COLORED NO 2 Britton Lee 1903 3 acres 5 To I Shcrifs S la thereof 19031 1902322 3 acres 19031 836 S W 1902377 19035 412 19031 acre 65 Lot Lot 1902119031 Lot Lot 19021 190231 Lot Lot Lot Lot acre Lot Lot 1 Lot acres acre Gal acres5819021 acre acres acre 38 e acre 4 1 Lot 1 1 Silky acre 4 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN B STORMES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird i 2 Vice Pteat i g 4 S S 493 4 Ic No man is ever very great from his neighbors point of view 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 today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perLaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO let that remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup which has been in use for mr thirtyfive years A fewjlwi will undoubtedly re days will cure you Uemfan Syrup will wrely Mt jmn as it has done before in thousand ef apparently hopeless cases pt lung trmr ble New bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists XAu I DAyand tfS ow d Il JiH h j y MUlor cold and Its con sepIMsd trial jL iluiiti Jf IP ttHar IMJ tirrj l nun Louis lHM 1 cr Dunn Mary lOu1 3 acrv Rich lno3 1 acre Davis John 19023 1 acre Embry Berry 1902 3 acres GalnesCbas Geo 1902 3 acres 19023 Graves Mat 1902 3 2 acres Griffen Amy 1901 6 acres Leavell Rhodes 19o23 1 acre SIcMnrtry Jordon 19023 1 acre Smith Perry 1903 16 acres Smith Jno T 1903 3 acres BUCKEYE WHITE NO 3 Conley Ellzlbeth 1903 13 acres Durham John 1902 Parker W H 19o3 Potts H C 19o23 45 acres 8 acres Whittakerw 19o3 10 acres 5 2o BUCKEYE COLORED Leavell Geo 19o3 10 acres 571 Leavell Sam 19o3 2 acres 4 12 Leavell Zack 1903 13 acres 5 CO Mitchell Az 19021 The 3 68 Prather Dave 1902 2o acres i 6 05 Turner Jack 19o2 44 acres 8 28 PAINT LICK WHITE NO 4 Bird Green 1002 5 acres 4 fBaker Jas W 1902 8 acres 5 Billard Jlordlca 18024 acres 5 45 Brewer Wm JI 1903 GO acres 7 40 Baker Jas M03 90 acres c Church Jai 1903 10 acres Church Mat 1902 60 acres 395 Carpenter Dave Hrs 19023 50 acres 4 26 Dykes Jessie 1902 70 acres 483 Eadon Arther 1903 15 acres 4 9o Eden Sam 2903 9 acres 5 20 Frith J G 1902 245 acres 430 Gross TF 1903 25 acres 5 90 Hicks J N 19023 7 acres 5 50- Holcomb Ellzebeth 1903 46 acres 6 87 Kincaid W P1903 I acre 550 Leer Joe 1902 25acrcs 4 oo- Long Reuben 19o3 10 acres 4 00 Million Jno 1903 2 acres 3 90 PhelpsJ J 19o2 100 acres 425 Payne MarthaJ 1903 3oG Stewart Arthur 1903 10 acres 4 TutumJnoW 19o2382 acres 35 75 Wyley Wilbur 19023 21 acres 4 White Mrs E E 1903 Woolwlne Buford 1903 75 acres 4 00 Woods Dwlght 1903 54 acres 23 CO PAINT LICK COLORED NO 4 Adlson Henry 1903 1 acre Beazley Sam Geo 19o3 3 acres 5 75 Beazley leo 19O23 4 acres 11 25 Cheatham MIlo 19o23 5 7o Cook John I9o3 16 acres 4 4o Faulkner Andy 19023 2 acres 865 Faulkner Abe 19o23 18 acres lo 85 Faulkner Irvine 19o3 5 acres 5 20 Faulkner Edith 1903 22 acres 415 Kavanaugh Gras 19o2 4 acres t 4 9o Lackey Clell 19023 7 acres 9 35 Lawson Ned I9o23 6 4o Leavell Thos 19023 1 acre 6 Mullins Jas Hrs 19o23 13 acres 3 o5 Mitchell Jas 1903 1 lot 5 71 Newland John 1903 2 acres 4 15 Reed Barneyfl9o23 3 acres 6 45 Reed Harve 19ft 1 lot 6 70 Reed R 3 00 Spilman Bob 19o23 1 Lot 8 60 White John 19o231 aere C 95 W Ii Lawson Sheriff Garrard County Ky E4 1 CdnI1I1JF III 1011I I tjNI Bill I co I ro Davis 6 16 468 6 1 acre 859 740 40 758 748 5 35 5 18 410 10JJJ 520 1 acre 420 NO3 30 40 4acres 0 3 acre 3 90 385 acre 1 acre N 19033 acres 5 l0Ci acre dip S 3 51 Garrett Obe 71 4 1 1 4 Harvey LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS fioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold j i Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bought at Currey Our bread can be relied upon as much astbe cup defender Reliance liB II bread- i Dayi sons QAMBRUNO 7812 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Baughman 2 230 Gamrose Sired bv dambetta WiHces2tl9K etcFirst of Clementine 2t9 JennIeC222 by tratorS57229JSecond dam dam of Cleveland 3 bv 2 21 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam Brown Pilot Gambruno Is a brown stallion 153 hands splendid form and action and will make the season of 1904 at farm on the Shaker town pike X miles from Danville Ky at 145 toInsureaJUIvIn Colt Money due when mare Is parted with or colt is I will also stand a first class mule Jack at 8 colt Not responsible for ac soldby LottiedID b driving Dr Sparks In third heat In 1250 month a Ky c c produceproved221554 Grass at so insure aldentt aughman anville uasi No 212 In French Coach Stud Boot of America also In Republlque Francaise Stares Nationatx No 12862 Winner of first prize at the National Univer sal Exposition Paris 18979S competing with over 60 stallions in show ring Imported by W H Tichenor Co of Chicago y black points small star1 H hands high weighs in working order 1350 pounds sired by the Government staldam Charmautiu by Le 2nd dam by Revolution extended framed Quasi has never in theshow A sure brteder of larg high style acting colts and to handle I the attention of to my colts by him to be seen on my farm SO of maresQuasi of 1904 atmy farm miles from Stanford on the Hus tonville piKe at 1500 to Insure Colt Address Stanford or Danville Commissioners Sale of Land GAHUAHD CIRCTJIT COURT Henry Huffmans Admr c Puffs vs Henry Huffmans Heirs c and Tilden Huffman c Plffs vs Eliza Adams c Dfts Consolidated Cases virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the regular March Term 1904 of the Cir court Court I will on MONDAY APRIL 25 1904 publicly before the Court House Door in the City of Lancaster Garrard County Ky sell to the and best bidder the following descibed real property lying and being in Gar rard County Ky 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 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 sionerbearing 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale until paidhav ing the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may if not paid at maturity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold un tll the payment of the purchase J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R L Davidson W McC Johnston Attorneys for Plaintiffs Consolidated April 4 1904 oQ J lll J Calcl1 StnlUQl In 1898 Color big breeder J 2 REIDPhone Dft containing payable l 1ord and line and money = Jersey tfoiddsst 1252 Full brother to Estolle 219 14 Sired by Zllcadt Goddard 44CO by Golddn 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dorsev Gold dusts grand dam on sires side was br the snaking him intensely inbred Morgan Stallion descending Justin Morgan on both sides The best family of road horses ever known is a dark dappled bay full 10 hands mid weigh 1200 a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and eastern all the qualities for saddle and harness un nre in demand at top prices Both the cbani n saddle and com limed gelding of the American Horse Shows of 1M2 03 Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit 10 of his colts sold last year for 102iO and fUtfO was refused for a walktrot mare by him Ills services are offered for less than horse of in Kentucky stand at my farm near at 2000 to Insure Colt Money due when colt drops partedby breeder CO etc per week on siasn no for accidentsor escapes The best of careful no accidents so far F REIDAddress Danville or Stanford Now Is The Time To Use HYOMEI Cures Catarrh and Prevent Cold No Stomach Dosing 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 Hyomei is a natural yet scien well as a positive cure for the dis ease itself The balsamic air of HYOMEI breathed through the small pocket inhaler that comes with every out fit is filled with germkilling 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 cous membrane from poisonous microbes and makes a perfect and complete cure of catarrh The complete outfitcosts only i while extra bottles of be procured for Soc McRoberts sells Hvomei 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 if the treatment fails to cure im A Florenceby hi producing qualities Will r paT handling given propertreatment griptroubles Hyomeican PARAGON 229iBay horse 16 hands high foaled 1896 bred by R L Nash Lexington Ky and owned by W T Noel and Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky By Jay Bird 5060 I dam OneIda 217 by Florida 482 Sire of Frequent 215 Florida Monarch Faust 218J4 Fanny 2 Walnut 2 19 etc and dams of Beldia 209J Palm Leaf Ber tha Baron Democracy etc 2 dam Lady Ham dam of Hawthorn 2 oCJ4 Ed Winters 2 12 and Ashland Boy 228 by SiO 221 Sire of Delmarch 2 11 Ham ward 212 Drelin court 117J Graydon 217 and 42 others and dams of Hawthorne 2004 Argetta208 f B 2 03 Emma M 209 etc 3 dam Molly by Ashland 47 Sire of Highland Win 226 Fanny Borroughs 227 Joe Petit 230 dam Brltton Mambriuo Britton5 dam Kit Sir Todhunters Bird MCO sire of Hawthorne 20G winner of Bonner Memorial 1903 Alltrton 2 sire of 110 in 230 Early Bird 2 10 Miss Jay 2 11 Hose Croix 211 Invader 211 Larabie the Great 3 21 and 85 others and the dams of Cres ent Route 208 Altoka 210 Queen Alfred 212 and 34 others In 230 George Wilkes 513 dam Frank by 583 Paragon is a very handsome individual with plenty of size style action and finish Jay Bird is one of the very greatest living that his breeds on is shown bv the fact that his sons have sired over 225 standard performers including Locanda2054 Charley Hay T20G Susie J 2 IV4 Eagle Flanagan 207 Jay McGre gor 208 and many other 210 performers There is no reason why Paragon should not become Jay Birds greatest sons as he is one of the best bred horses living His record as made fifth heat on a slow half mile track and is no measure of his speed Should Para gon fail to get a trotter he Is a horse of such fine size action that his get will certainly command fancy for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot be fast enough to the demand Paragon will make the season of 1904 at W T stable one mile north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike to insure a living colt sound and all right A lien retained on colt to secure service fee taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur CASTEBlack Jack 15 hands high foalel in 18S4 sired the Mltcbel Jack he by Griggs Jack lIe by Bob Lee he by Black Hawk he by Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Jarden Burdine big 16 hands Jennet Catel will make the season 1901 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky River at 6 to tare a Horse Me 8 to Insure a Mare or 10 for Jennet YOUNG GIANTGray Jack 15 hands sired Logan Caldwells Giant Boyle County Ky out of a very fine Jennet he has proven himself a sure getter and a fine breeder at SIX DOLLARS to Insure a living colt sound and all right Both of these Jacks will stand under same terms A lien retained on colt for season Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should w T NOEL Buckeye Ky 217 Kahlo 216 etc4 Jar 4 nfl a one of st Ie produced gar any occnr 2183 Orb 10000 sire Noels S Kentuckys Artist No 1455 IV A S H R 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 prize at the Fair he by Artist No 75 he by King William 67 he by Washington by Gaines Denmark 61 Artist Moutrose 106 tracing to Denmark f 2nd dam by Bald Stocking 67 by Tom Hal f s Artist 75 dam Lucy No 60 by Brachers Drennon f a Kentuckys Artist lit dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Snmpter Denmark 2nd dam 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 Kentuckys Artist has shown against and defeated all the great stallions In Kentucky and Missouri amour them such horses as the 5000 Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros the great and noted show horse Preston owned Dolan Kentuckys Artist is only elglit years old and is regarded by Kentuckys best judges to be the most perfect gaited saddle stallion in the State 1 will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and Invite breeders of fine horses to come and see Kentuckys Artist before breeding- I stand him at 20 the season or 25 to Insure a living colt I dont want your money until you This Worlds Denmark 64 Montroso 1st dam Baey by s Lucy have gotten value received ot I Thomas by Pat A E RUNDLEY Danville Ky j NURSERIES SPRING 1904 Trees by the Million 1 Fruit and Ornamental As 4 sparagus Shrubs Grape T vinesRhubarbSmall fruits for Orchard 0 Lawn and Garden frI and General on application No agents Both phones 279 H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY r CLUE GRASS f I land everything Strawberry Catalogue f It r p f j Chester Squirrel Will make the season of 1901 on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Laucaste 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 responsible should Chester Squirrel 8 years old 16 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 wonder ful style characteristic of the Chesterdare fam ily which the world acknowledges as superior to all as a show horse Pedigree sired by the famous Chesterdare No ION S II It he by 61 he by Gaines Denmark 61 and he by race horse Denmark F Sby 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 est brood mares in Kentucky PINE JACK at the same time place I will stand my iyoung Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for JennetJohn 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 lcd Irince he by 2nd Prince he by Imp lrince 1st lain Daisy by Dixie she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wlllington Srd dam by Importer He is hands high solid black with white pointsI stand another good mule at 600 T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky Washington 54 The greatest and highest type Saddle Stal lion that ever made a season in Garrard coun ty Investigate for your self enquire of any breeder of high class saddle horses In Ken lucky All horses In his class are standing for from 40 to CO But in order to put him in reach of all desiring the servic s of such a horse that I have decided to stand him at The to Price of 15- to insure a living colt or 10 cash for tbe sea sou money to be paid at time o f If mare is traded or parted with season is due Grass furnished at 2 per month or grain fed at 8 Not responsible for accidents or escapes hut care taken to prevent same Description and Pedigree Washington is the sire of Preston 922 tho noted show horse Washington is 15 hands high finely formed is a brown with a little white on both hind feet has a fine mme and tail and is a natural saddle horse Sired by Cromwell 7 by Old Washington Denmark 64 by Gaines Denmark 61 and he by the old race horse Denmark Cromwell 1st data by old John Dillard 2nd dam by Grey Eagle Washlngtonsflrst dam by Ilalcorn 103 2nd dam by Crusader 3rd dam by Cockspur The dam of Washington was the dam of Robert Nutters fine show mare I consider this one of the finest saddle horses in Kentucky Ills family on both sides have produced the best saddlestock in the State J W Sweeney Lancaster Ky ANNOUNCEMENTSFor We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer COlin y as a candidate for Congress In the Eight District to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Your support is earnestly tf For County Attorney- We are authorized o announce R L DAVD SON as a candidate inc nomination for Count Attorney sutject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Supt Public Schools Sirs Maggie B Gulley Is a candieate for of Public in Co subject to the action of the democratic party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E as a candidate for nomination for Coun Attorney subject to action of the party For Supt Public are authorized to announce Mis MIttie ty subject to the action of the Democratic KILLTHc COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings monel is paid any occur byKing ack money solicited IRobin- son Democratic Schools- We SuperIntendedpar- ty WITH New ann services FOR OLDS ONSUMPTIONOUGHS Price 50c100Free Trial ijl Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOU- Bra er XOllXYBAOX I lurest and