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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 6 1904 CHANGE To My Friends and Customers Having decided to make a change in my business I will on MAY 1st offer to the public 18OOOOO worth of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods at COST and in many instances less than COST for CASH only No goods will be charged to anyone also no goods will be sent outon approval unless they are paid for In case goods are taken out on approval and they do not fit and suit we will take them beck and refund your money if returned in good order We can show the largest and most uptodate lines of ever shown in this city I had purchased all of my Spring goods before I made up my mind to make the change therefore you have the advantage of buying new and Spring Goods at Manufacturers Cost Below I will give the prices on a few of the leading lines John B Stetsons 5oo Hats will be sold for 400 350 Walk Over Shoes for 295 4oo Walk Over Shoes for 325 Florsheims Ideal Pat Kid Shoes worth 5oo and 600 for 425 Monarch Shirts 83c worth 1 00 and Fountain Shirts 83c worth 1 00 and All lines in proportion Remember the date nM 1st and come with your pockets filled with coin and we will give you some of the best bargains your ever bought and send you home happy Thanking the public for their very liberal patronage in the past and hoping that each and all of you will call and secure some of the great bargains we have to offer you I am sincerely yours H T LANCASTER KY 1 TIE CENTRAL RECORDYSaB xu I 1 I p I I Clothing Shoes and Furnishing Goods I I UpToDate J i 125 125 Y LOGAN 1FraET ss s I IN BUSINESS flats VVVVV 1V1 O OiiWIwAAAAj p other A v ss PLUMBING Better have us do your 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 OuV facilities for putting up gutter ing enable us to do the very best of work We are the peo pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices right T JrO WMt ROOFING r are J HASHLDUN JVJJVI1r Jh mfiMflN1 GUTTERINO REPAIRINGJ i 1 C c Of Local Interest Garden truck is now growing with a vim Drive out and see the lake It is a beauty Several negroes engaged in a shoot ing bee on the Chute Sunday morning Two slightlywounded Booze followed freely Saturday af ternoon several fellows taking on a load that was hard to manage The laws governing the waterworks are printed in this issue They show that Lancaster has the most rates in Central Kentucky This will jar the croaker Blue Eyes Sold A E Hundley of Danville writes The Record that he has sold the pret ty little Shetland Blue Eyes for The little fellow will remain at Mr Hundleys during the present sea son however but in the Fall will be sent East Decent Ball Playing The Second Team came over from Danville and played a pretty game with tie Lancaster base ball team The home boys won by a big score but the game was so devoid of scrapping and disgusting quarrels that it was enjoyed by the large crowd who it A Popular Place The W C T U Library which is now open is proving a great blessing and convenience to the public It costs only 1 year membership which is the lowest fee in Central Kentucky The shelves are filled with the best books printed The ladles have worked faithfully to establish the Libraryand are entitled to much praise The rooms are open every Friday and evenings and all Saturday Thinks of Building Mr J E Stormes who purchased the Dr Herring place occupied by Mr H C Jennings last week telling that it is possible that he will erect a mod est neat dwelling thereon at fu ture period that the statement that he will at begin building a palace is without foundation He gets seven and onehalf acres which runs back to the lots just laid off and tobe sold today Friday by J I The fact that Mr S has bought this property is a good feature for those contemplating buylBg the Ham ilton lots as it aaTifrM them that no objectionable characters will of the place fact that he will rthMi likely bund handsome houa k M Incentive to prospectiveJjulkleiijjillie pretty ad t t t r 250 witnessed Saturday us possession cad j i 1 it L r reasonable pony day some but once Hamilton get the dttions St r t The waterworks pool has been Lake Placid Elder Tinder will preach at New Antioch next Sunday afternoon The Singing Skule advertised for Lancaster has been Indefinately postppned The new Methodist church at Wal laceton will be dedicated Sunday the 5th Rev J L Sturgell conducting the services He will preach at 1030 am and 230 p m The new building is a handsome one quite convenient and an ornament to the town Dinner will be served on the ground and is most cordially invited to come Hon Harvey Helm Announces In this issue of The Record will be found the card of Hon Harve Helm of Stanford who is a candidate for Congress In this district Our readers are too well acquainted with Mr Helm to need any introduction from this source his many sterling qualities as a gentleman a statesman and a law yer having brought him before the people some years ago The Record will say however hat if the demo crats place the standard in the hands of Harve Helm they will never have cause to regret their action Sunday Train at Danville Advocate Beginning next Sunday a new schedule will go intoeffect en the C 0 T P railroad whereby the Blue Grass Special is due to leave Danville daily except Sundayat C10 a m will run dally thus giving the traveling public a chance to leave i the city every Sunday morning and return at the same time as through the week This will not interfere with regular excursions that run every other The usual Sun day rate of half fare will remain in effectTo My Friends and Customers Having disposed of my stock of fur niture to Messrs Hamilton Dunlap I take this method of expressing my deep gratitude for your liberal patron age and to bespeak a continuation of same for my successors I have re moved my stock of undertakers goods to a room in Stormes Block just above Presbyterian church and am fitting up an Undertakers Parlor where everything to be found in an uptodate establishment will be kept Time last session of the Legislature passed a law requiring all undertakers embalming to undergo an ex amination and a certificate As I properly qualified under this law assured that all work en to me will be done In proper Again thanking you for your peat patronage and soliciting a al eharin the future Bespectfully A Bewstey s Dedication the Sunday I wimp am n named everybody which do receive are trusted manner Jibe jam Undertaker i w y 4 a r Dr E H Pearces subject for next Sunday morning is The Judas Wa in the Christianity of Today Elder F M Tinder went toVcrsailles Wednesday to read a paper beforethe Ministerial Association of Central Kentucky The third story of Citizens Bank building has been fitted up for the game of box ball which is proving quite popular A number of Lancaster Masons will attend a meeting at Preachersville Saturday afternoon and night A large crowd is expected and a most time promised The City Council has purchased of Romans a handsome hose wagon It is arranged to be drawn by hand is light and substantial This gives fire system the best in the state Tom McMillan placed the first fish in the lake Monday It was a large bass and had been raised in Wards pool by J E Stormes Mr Stormes placed a number of fine fish in the pool several years ago arid an effort will be made to catch and place them in the waterworks lake Merry Party A large number of students from Caldwell College drove to Lancaster Monday night They in the Masonic Lodge rooms for a time taking up the return trip about ten oclock The young ladies were exceptionally pretty and had dudes hopping about like so many fleas on a hot skillet A Colored Jury City Attorney Swincbroad tells us that he tried Humphrey Figg a col ored man twice before a jury of white men on a charge of gambling each time the jury failing to agree Tues day be had Summoned a jury of men who stuck a tine of 20 on Figg The jury was made up of men and good citizens The Tournament Theentire program for the Athlet Tournament to be held in this city is published on the supplement of thi issue of The It shows the liberal premiums offered and the fact that it will bring a great many of the best contestants in time state A see feature will be the of a Queen will be notly tested for by the friends of several young ladles whose be an nounced Time young men are doing all in their power to make the Tour nament a success and the large num her of entries asawres ainost interest log occasion Wrrte W McBoberts for program mA yacMcalars I enjoyable Elmore latter rested Lancaster reputable i ff jt f f Danville the colored Record ctaI selection which honor con names will The regular services at Christian hurch next Sunday Preaching by the pastor at each service Meeting With Success Mr T C Adams who is here organ izing a class in physical culture Is meeting with great class is now assured Business men who are closely confined to the house realize the great benefits to be derived from the Adams method and wil take advantage of the opportunity to receive instruction Physical culture is taking the country by storm and proving a blessing to business and pro fessional men Read Mr Adams ad vertisement in another column of The Record A Good Thing Mr J R Haselden has just returned from Lexington Ky where he has been looking after his interest as a member of a firm that is pushing the Haselden Water Filter The firm rec ognizes that it has the best thing on earth and are pushing the business with a vim and offering the greatest inducements to men of good sense whom they put into the business The plan upon which the firm is conduct ing its business is all kinds of money to the men who get into the business with them The firm wants men of good sense and energy and to such they give the best of terms Col Welch Dead Col Welch died in Stanford early Tuesday morning Some time ago he cut a corn on one of his toes which resulted In blood poisoning He grew rapidly worse and death has been expected for some time Col Welsh was one of the best lawyers in the state a typical gentleman a true friend and ever ready to help those in want or distress His taking away is a loss to not only his town but to the state He was a lawyer who prac ticed upon high gentlemanly having a supreme contempt for anything pertaining to rascality were his acts of kindness but he never paraded the fact when doing a good turn for his fellow man The remains were interred at Crab Orch ard German millet seed Mount El kin 56tf readytowear hats begins today Friday Remem ber thefirst who come get first choice Dont forget to see our pretty belts Marvel Millinery Store Miss Dicker son Slormes Block It We have German Millet seed oats and choice nicely cleaned Cul tivated hemp seed on liberal terms tf H A B Marksbury Son German millet Mount El kin 56tf Brown cultivators Mount 11 kin 56tt success and alarge G principles Many our sale of seed W Remember corn k c To The Ladles It is my intention to carry over no stock and in order to dispose of our wear stock as quickly as pos sible we have decided to begin today Friday and sell every readyto wear bat at actual cost This will give the ladles some rare bargains and as we are the first to inaugurate the cost ales in Millinery we trust the ladies will come at once and take advantage f the remarkably good opportunity Our line of pattern hats complete md we also call attention to them Our trade has been very good indeed this Spring and we want to our appreciation by offering the public which have never before been put in their reach Marvel Millinery Store Miss Dickersoc Stormes Block Kentucky Volunteers Attention Under a recent decision of the U S Court of claims there is a small a mount of back pay about 10 per man due the soldiers of the 2nd Ky Vol Infantry War with Spain and the undersigned has undertaken the collection of these claims in with Captain C C Calhoun of Washington The First Call men of this Regt the rejected men who were omitted in former payment and those officers and men who did not the benefit of their furlough by reason of sickness or otherwise will send their name address Company letter and Regiment No to the under signed and he will immediately send full information and particulars Friends of soldiers will please call their attention to this notice- J Embry Allen Late Major 2nd Ky Vol Infty Lexington Ky TO BUY THE BEST Sale begins at 2 oclock P M Capt Ike M ready to I s connect- Ion receive LAST CHANCE BUILDING LOTS In Lancaster DunnAuct 11 HAMilTON bargains Fr1ilay May 6 ii- ir W 42M M We Are Now READ V with an immense line of FURNITURE and extend a cordial invita tion to the public to Call and Ispi Our M Prices The Lowest Hamiltonyunlap Successors toJA Beailey L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business SLIPPERS ForThe Newest Styles In Slippers Call At Our Store We Have Them In We Also Have a Nice Line of Plain Gauze and Drop Stitch Hosiery R L JENNINGS point Idok L i Co R J I Pat t Leath i Till Straps 1 W eltt r tt e x R ant iS 5 j i I CORN RIGHT 1 GET A CULTIVATOR OF i Postle I Dont Contract For a Mowing M I Until You See I THE PLftNO I LIGHTNING NOISELESS Ii Just In 1- IK F Postle I New SPring Millenerv If you are seeking something new something pretty something different from what all your friends are wearing HERE IS WHERE YOULL FIND IT Make Ay Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store Airs Jno F Lear First door below Citizens Bank Danville st 0J0l0X i0r0 i0X0X0J00 WORE I m fJJltfj Wjfli fjlfffI YljJll I llJffJ r e7PJrlf OOSana BBa m- OO t1J k J 1jJ J 1J J D DcJ L7 I YOUR l 1 t i Ma- chine1 c y PERSONALS Dr Burnett was in Chicago few daysDr Chris Faris is visiting his moth er in Kirksvllle Senator George been at home fora days Mrs Elmore of Burgin is visiting her son Mr J W Elmore Mr Charley Zimmer of Cincinnati is at home for a few days Miss Alice Walker entertained very charmingly Monday evening Miss Faris of KSrksville visited her brother Dr Chris Faris Sunday Miss Smith of Richmond has been visiting Miss Frankie K uffman Mrs J E Stormes who has been quite ill is reported some better Mr Jonas Rucker of Ford Kyhas been Visiting here for a few days Miss Mary Lewis Grimes has return xwmitrwmwwmwmwx fc Special Bargains 3- sn s In order to close out our g S stock of 5 fc This is an opportunity seldom offered the f Remember it is ear Goods At Cost fc Our stock of PATTERN S g HATS is complete new goods 5 SI arriving every few days Z Dont forget our line of 3 Pretty Belts EJ Milliner Store Miss ADA DICKERSON PRO 3 Stormes Bldg Danville st for a Farris has f w ReadyToWear Hats we will on tomorrow Saturday begin selling this branch AT COST Ready r E E The MErvel E iU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U I II I entire of the- o rpppp440 00 0004 1 400440O00OOO4 E 400Ob04440aC 4 l 111i X ed from a pleasant visit to Cincinnati Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond is visit ing her mother Mrs Leander David son Messrs R n Batson Saufley Hughes and Henry Simpson were in Louisville this week Mr Charles Peacock of JellicoTenn has been visiting his sister Mrs John W Miller Miss Kinnaird was a charming hostess to a few friends the past week Capt William Herndon has returned from Tennessee where he has been on legal business Mrs Georgia Lusk leaves this week for Knoxville Tenn to visit her uncle Mr John Miller Mrs Louis has returned from a weeks visit to Miss Gena Dun lap of Lexington Mrs George Robinson and children of Lincoln are guests of her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus is the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Robin son Stanford avenue Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick visited her parents Mr and Mrs J C Thompson Sunday Mr Alvin Taylor and bride j f Har rodsburg have been guests of her par ents Mr and Mrs Joe Arnold Mr Ralph Arnold and wife of Bar rodsburg have been guests of his par ents Mr Joe Arnold and wife Mr N H Woodcock who is a St Louis firm was the guest of C T Grimes and family last week Mrs S P Grant who has been her mother Mrs Harriet Price re turned Monday to her home in Dan villeMrs W C McFarland of New York is expected this week for a visit to her sister Mrs R A Burnside Danville avenueLittle Jane Haselden daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden who has been quite sick is reported very much better Mr A H Rice of Springfield Ohio was visiting the family of Mr H A B Marksbun H e was accompanied home by his wife A very handsome picture of Master John C Powell son of Mrs Lillie Leav el Powell appeared 1 n Saturdays Louisville Times Danville Advocate Miss Carrie Currey of Lancaster is the of Mr and Mrs Fisher D Gaines Miss Currey is pleasantly remembered in Danville by a host of friends Landram visit- Ing P representing Mrs Mildred Ueaziey and Jlr J A lieuziev aiiclwtlcyul Laucaaur svcie here with relatives SuuUu ur auu Mrs J M Auiuii or Lancaster were here Saturday return lug i um LUUIO ville SenatorGeoT Jbarrls was here Saturday en route to Lancaster to Lancaster to spend Sunday with his family Thompson ot Lancaster is with Misses Mary and Maggie Bright Joe Nevius of Lan caster spent Sunday with his motuer and children here Lexington Leader Col Isaac ol Arcadia Lincoln county the engagement of his dough ter Jean Steele to Wr Peter M Ale Roberts of Stanford Ihe marriage will be celebrated early iu J uric luc news is very Interesting here as it will be a union of two very prominent and widely popular social favorites and both are well known in Lexington Miss Shelby has numerous kinsmen in this city and she is one of the and most charming members in a very large family of attractive daugh ters and reared at splendid old country home of theShel bys near Danville Mr McRoberts is a successful and influential lawyer of cityA from Danville in the Louis ville Times says Miss Louise Van Winkle who was selected for the queen of the Central University May 6 and 7 has chosen her maids of honor Besides eight of Danvilles prettiest girls she has selected three from out of town who are noted for their beau ty They are Miss Theo Hemphill of Lancaster Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford and Miss Georgia Handy of Harrodsburg Those who will be in her retinue from Danville are Misses Lillie Cecil Emily Letcher Amie Lanier Margaret Rhodes Margaret Fales Mary Vincent Huguely Allene Pearce Anna Belle Fox and Leila Grant Great interest is being maul fested in the coming carnival and it promises to be the society event of the seasonThe following from the Clinton Mo Republican will oe of interest to the clever gentlemans many Lancas ter friends- T B Long landlord of the Cozart hotel has receives a proposition from the officials of the St Louis Exposi tion to organize a band of lifty pieces and accept the position of director of it The engagement would last thir ty weeks and a very liberal salary has been offered him In connection with the band he is asked to secure a lady vocalist and a lady cornet soloist Mr Long was for many years director of the bands with Sells Bros circusand his reputation as a leader is not con fined to this locality He is known in musical circles all over the country splendid director Ever since he ar rived in Clinton Mr Long has endeav ored to organize a band and although his efforts have met with only half hearted recognition on the part of the business men yet he has persevered and the prospects for a good band in Clinton this summer were nev2r brighter But however if Mr Long accepts the offer of the Worlds Fair officials he will necessarily have to his leadership of the Clinton band lIe has not yet decided to ac cept the offer His business interests here would suffer during his absence and it is believed that if a little pres sure is brought to bear on Mr Lone and more support promised he will remain here and continue to direct our band Every lover of good music will be greatly pleased should he con clude to reject the offer Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson Get your plants from Geo Smith The best ever Chicken feed for sale Banks ft Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4itf Refrigerators hammocks etc at Hamilton 56tf 22 Gt Frisbies Drug Store Fox the photographer Friday Marksbury Son sell hemp seed millet seed oats and corn See them before buying Brown cultivators Mount El kin 5 6 tf We have the very best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Marksbury Son If you a e going paint your house roof barn or any thingelse we can supply your paint of every description at best prices 422 tf Drug Store Every one who buys a Royal Tailor suit stands a to get an Auto mobile Go and see J G Hemphill will explain it to you 325 tf I will give my entire time to the Merchant this sea son and If satis tion than ever before 325tf J A New Line We have just received of the prettiest belts ever shown in Lancas ter 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 better prices will find elsewhere The Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson 422tf f an- nOUnces sons Arcadiathe 34 tr 4 to Fri ch ace Sheol w busl ess possible g tter C emphill aline thanyou oo1r Shelby brightest as- a relinquish Hudson S S C S wants for s ROMANS A ELMOREr f l Q Buggies Surries e F Phaetons Runabouts BUCKBOARDS and BREAK CARTS in all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We can fit you put with any kind ot vehicle you want and our prices are low See our stock and you will be pleased We sell the Kauff Mayer Brookway Waterton Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc See our HARNESS Remember we have and save money OlcLHickoryWagons assortment of medium priced vehicles in the city I Columbus I Remember that sell you the best youth 1 4r ri r l wecan work made if you want it and we can show biggest x Business and Bargains Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tf Wanted 90 hemo brakes tf R M West During Mrs Florence Bacons ab sence ijumpore be found with Miss Grace Kinnaird 429tf Parlor suits bed room suits dress ers etc at bottom prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tt Smith Currey Agts No one will leave i Lwith a suit that I SATISFACTORY J J 3 35tf We want bujine if quality and price will get it 4 22Gt Drug Store Two houses and lots and two lots on Richmond street 325tf It A Stone Lancaster Ky Graphite Roof tne best and cheapest Paint you on your roof We guarantee last 5 years Ct Store I am market for hemp and will pay highest market price Cat at Minors mill or the Duncan ware house II M West 34tf Choice Hemp Seed A few bushels of tle Kentucky bottom seed for sale Call on J C Lancas ter or Gabe Prestgn Ky Automobile Fjee The Royal Tailors 10 Auto mobiles totheir ciistomei s absolutely free Each eta ids an equal chance to get one siie J thwjipliill who will tell you all abou it 3 25tf We have a line of lies cakes ever brought tf Uurrey We have Stains Enamels Floor Ptunt Paint White Lead Lmsee Turpentine Colors in oil and of Brushes ever shown in Lancaster 422Ct Drug Stoic House Cleaners Attention As the season fbr Spring Cleaning is at hand you will Arid rfpong s Bed Bug Killer Moth Taints Var nishes and brushes e have all of these and at the lo pest prices us your and we will deliv er promptly 422 Ct Frisl ies Drug Store Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Chicken feed for sale Banks Hud son tf M illet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tl Buggy Harness bargains 4 22tf Mount Elkin Furniture the best made at lowest prices Ilamilton Dunlap 5Ctf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris Japalac varnish makes old furni ure new At Thompsons tf Plants Plants Plants Geo Smith You take no choice in using our paint It is the paiptfmade and if it does not ction we refund your money else could you ask jr 4 22 6t Store We are prepared to do the very best roof painting will do the work when No delays or about our work Leave or ders at Frisbie drug store Charley Ball Louis Herndon 4 15tf We handle the best furniture pianos picture moulding in fact in a flrstclass upto the minute establishment Give call Hamilton Dunlap 5Gtf Dp Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on Danville St two doors below Record ollice Consultation free Phone No 149 If there is any thing about this new method of treating without the aid of drugs that is tot understood by any one if you will call at my cilice I will take pleasure in explaining to you I go out and treat patients the same as other physi cians 41tf GlollIe can place business IS I ENTIRELY lien hi you pa t c ntwe Fr Ies For ale build- Ing Pain Is c use It u 422 IJrlsbl s lathe Ilen hm St e Varnish 11 be line Fr bl s Am nia Carbolic CI fnols all Telephone or est give atis hat Isble dissatI- sfaction S Of rug River wilt lye custom r f sliest and Lancaster avidsun Jap ala House need C C C will Drug everything us- a S diseases THE EYES and their DEFECTSN- ine tenths of the head aches supposed to come from stomach trouble or neuralgia are caused by Glasses should be worn as soon as the first indication of failing sight or eye strain Owing to the great for properly fitted glasses we have decided to send the assistant manager of our Optical Department Mr R N Rasmussen to Lancaster for three days only MAY and 18 where he can be consulted at the New Mason Hotel We personally recomend Mr to you and make the following offer Any glasses purchased from him which prove satisfac tory after two weeks trial may be returnrd and money will be refunded our business reputation Is a sufficient for the above Examina Lion arid free demand 1617 n8r r T 1 tion tJohn C Co s 1uisvl1letKI lt l I 3 eyestrain beletvee statement Wls 1rsE AND The Largest Stock ever shown LANCASTER See them before you buy DRY GOODS COMPANY CARPETS MATTING f 1 iLn 4S LOGIN J A CONN J B CONN We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros r nnnnilnmmmmnntfmmm Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness mmmmm 111W111llWIW IIl1LL Wlulululululu1 Wwwwu Good Spirit Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the tine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not rem edy a bad liver or the hundredand one III effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in tine 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 greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a cer tain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household reme dy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thu insure you a liber al supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all drug gists 1 Aug in- line Flowerthe Death of Dr James W Grant In the removal of Dr James W Grant our church has been called to mourn the departure of her Senior Deacon and one of her oldest and most devoted membeis We the ruling Elders and Deacons of the Presbyterian church of Lancas loyalty to his profession and bear our testimony that we shall not cease to thank God for the life he lived among us and for the service he rendered the Master whom he served and ador ed and we of this assu rance that having fought the good joy To his sorrowing family we extend our sympathy and assure them of our prayers in his behalf This action shall be entered upon our records published in the Central Record and a copy sent the family of our departed brother- C M Chumbley Pastor thePresbyterian i sinI J ale onfident keptthe mm SUSNINIR1N i j Physical culture is essential to the wellbeing of man I offer you strength graceful and easy carriage of the body and a method which will enable you to keep welt My method is simple rational and especially suited for business and office men It is good for all mankind Men are dying by de grees for lack of exercise Lack of exercise means stagnation and stagnation means death Results of my Method DEVELOPMENT STRENGTH HEALTH it Too thin Work to your normal state How about sleeping Try this healthproducer It is natures law Keep every organ of the bodp up to natures standard Be a man bid sickness depart and enjoy life Get relief from indigestion and constipation You can do it Physical culture is sweeping the country and it should sweep LancasterIf are well keep well by using this system If ill cure yourself and remain cured I shall be in Lancaster during the next few days for the purpose of organizing and instructing classes for men and boys My system is new and ever popular It has been placed in most ol the cities and towns of importance throughout Kentucky and is by some as being superior to any other method of similar character surpassing the methods of such authorities as Swoboda Macfadden and others of Yours for health CURTIS ADAMS Physical Director Development Good Health Good health A house wellpainted is ECONOMY Are you nervous Try this method Reduce by using nationalrepute r AN a f Too1eshy a a ISI YNOTI General Not a Luxury S A house paintedwith 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 die pertaining to paints Let us have your business it will be appreciated DRUG STOREf n 1 8 I 1 I gMa everything t A 1 q- a U- q ax 4M Y vs rk tti f Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co 4MMMHM 4 M M tf Vc t LI I IIII lOtdr OsUtroy JV v v Oi90 Occ L i 4 I I Our Bargains Attract the Buyers It is not necessary for us to devise fake sales etc to bring people to our store Our good goods and low prices attract the people as they have learned that we give them honest val ues in every stile Just now we are making big drives on Table Linens Towels Napkins Counterpanes Dont fail to see our superb lines of Muslin UnderwearG owns Skirts Drawers Corset Covers etc Lovely lines of New Lawns Hollie Bat iste Dotted Swiss and many other articles to numerous to mention Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED ELECTRIC RANGEST- hey 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 SBineir mam Absolute efficiency at least expense SOINCH A practical fence that will 7t i i i positively turn cattle VA horses hogs and 3 pigs A fence semen that is strong JtIK practically ever lasting proven thoroughly effi e n t un de rw FEnCE STANDARD NAGS HEIGHTS every possible condition EVERY ROD OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED iTATATAUWAWJ AfAUfAYAfATATAfAfAfAYAUYATAYATAYAUTATAYAtAYATAYATATJlVj Wj If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved call and see the ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you can get absolute satisfaction i It 1111111111111111111111 t 1111111111111111 11111 I E c i Euwooo FIELD STY SIX I HAStDN J- i k I m0000000 OC 00000000 w ALL STEEL FIELD t lna y Y 0 ROBINSONt S C CK CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Kyt May G 1904 There will be some of the largest bands orchestras and choruses in the world at the Worlds Fair All these great organizations require a vast amount of the members of them may play Iu harmony A chorus of 6000 voices is being trained in sections but it will never sing in public until it has been rehearsed as a The sections must sing in bar mony All this musical preparation is being made necause of that some thing in man that is inspired by mu sic And yet not every man Is inspired by the same sort of music The mu sic that does inspire him is music in harmony with his mood Solemn mu sic melts the hopeless heart and lifts to mother heights Martial music stirs the soul to battle and anthems inspire to devotion They are In har mony with the feelings they foster There is a great thing in harmony I enters the social and the family life A house divided against itself stand So a man out of harmony with his environment is a menace to others and a menace to himself Are you out of tune Find the discordant note It may be keeping you froth playing a first violin In the worlds or chestra According to young Mr Rockefeller life is a battlefield There is always a struggle always a fight and the coward runs away There is no to deny the correctness of the Sunday school teachers view That which one ordinary citizen has he must contend for with all his might Enemies are on every hand Among these are the trusts Some person creates a monopoly in oil or meat or gas and essays to bleed his fellow If they are cowards they submit or run away The trust magnate has an occasional scrap with the foe him self Unbroken peace is not his por lion The courts get him Pre sumptuous rivals spring up creating the necessity of crushing them a pro cess apt to be expensive Then con science has to be with a most uncomfortable factorone would think with pious monopolists Mr Rockefeller Is a close observer It is true that most of his fighting was done for him before he had more than reached the drummer stage but he has been called upon to share the spoils of battle and never has flinched Judge Parker says My dentist has been hammering in my mouth for twentyfive years And yet there are some people who expect that man to talk Their schedule of rates indicates that the St Louis hotel men will do all in their power to prevent large crowds from visiting the fair Mr Rockefeller says life is a It is really heart rending to the sorrows and sufferings of a billionaire It Is all off with Parker in Kentucky They have learned down here that he mixes water with his whisky A threatened beer famine is removing all the sunshine and joy from Cincin natis life Japan has one fleet bottled up at Port Arthur and another at Vladivos tok Japan is a corker Some foolish persons are objecting because congress didnt do anything Didnt It adjourn The St Louis exposition was open ed with and will be closed with an owed as usual Russia says the war will be fought to the bitter end She can taste it The impression is growing that the late congress wasnt worth the money An Ocean Letter For The Record The editor of the Record has been permitted to bee a most interesting letter written on the Atlantic Ocean received the week by Dr E ll Pearce of Danville from Capt Geo C Apfeld of the ocean Friesland of the International Line sailing between Philadelphia and The two friends two years ago when Dr Pearce made the voyage with the between the mentioned on the Waesland commanded Capt Apfeld Bjth Christians the bond of the Knight Captain Apfeld feelingly to tie that together We are nearing Irish coast once more a voyage of interesting passengers but the ac quantance formed by the mariner with his passenger is usually so brief like that pass in the night are soon lost sight of and forgotten There Is howevera line of acquaintances one may form in this that reaches down into his inmost soul As you know a question comes to our bond which we are all called to an swer In times of trouble darkness doubt in whom do you put your trust Well did Christ recognize in this rela Lion when sitting out the trait orous element He said to His remain ing disciples Henceforth I call you not servants but have called you friends And allow me Brother Pearce to call you friend Itseems to have been wisely ordained that we should meet with and see somewhat of trouble in this life lest we become too strongly attached to life here and failed to look beyond but when we meet and can commune together soul to soul as you and I have met in the pure and wholesome atmosphere of friendship on board the good ship Waesland it gives an affirmative an swer to the worlds inquiry is worth living now my dear friend I must close this letter as duty calls me on the bridge Good byel Sending my most hearty greet lags to your dear ones at and thanking you once more for your kind letter I close inscribing myself your true friend C Apfeld Dr Pearce had written Capt Ap feld a brief note of and con gratulation on his conduct and dellv which the Captain had passed since they bad together on the Waes land two years ago By request of the Record and for entertainment of its readers in its next Issue Dr Pearce will furnish an article from the New York World giving a thrilling of pert e can not disposition citizens boy struggle contemplate anode even now Liverpool two ci ties steam- shIp exalted without any a goodly number erance from recent through account I steamshi unusual occurance lit L b m d jc t liit iMtiii loth Juinnl In IK Friis Jiti yliiui ainoiiK OIIHT ships I yipfold commanded iu his forty yfin Ron the ocean Few earth narratives contain more exalted record in its kind than the conduct of this heroic sailor Its source of inspiration is in evidence in the confession of its faith in the letter to his friend IN MEMORIAM DIED at her home in Lexington Kentucky April 23rd 1904 Ella Lan dram Dunlap wife of Woodford Games Dunlap aged 43 yearsof heart failure superinduced by an acute of gastritis She was the third daughter of Gen W J Landram of Lancaster where she was born and reared and where on October 26th she was married to Woodford G Dunlap and spent the early years life in that city Beside her she is survived by two children In accordance an oft desire simple furneral services were held at her home in Davidsons Court conducted by Dean Baker P and the Rev Robert Kirkwood The choir of which she was a member lead by tbesympathet voice of Mrs Adams furnished soft sweet music which especially to loved ones and friends who once again could see Ella as she sang so under intense pressure to the request of a friend The pall bearers were F Clay Elkin P Kimble Alex Morgan George Morgan Charles Kerr and Col John R Allen all near and dear friends of herself and husband She was buried in the beautiful which overlooks Lexingtonpre teeing to rest near the home of her adoption and dearest loved ones For years she had been almost a sufferer from spinal affection her only relief when pain was no Ion ger endurable coming from the pana ceas which physicians now minlstei to all who must live suffer How the visions of the past seem to come as silent wathers as we stood beside her rose lined casket and sax her again a blueeyed child care free and happy then a beautiful bride a fond and tender mother Possessed of an unusually bright she to the last retained her faculties and with bravery of her lineage she appeared cheerful and almost hopeful to the end which came suddenly but so peacefully that the suffering of a was instantly exchanged for one of peace rest Though given no opportunity to a desire as to what be done could she have spoken I am sure there would have been nothing to ask Tenderly handled by those who had always loved her borne to the by the strong arm of friends covered with lovely floral offerings of lilies roses carnations and all the groupings of color so dear to her artistic taste and which nature seem ed pleased to place at her feet was it not fitting that as the comforting voice of Dean Lee floated heavenward In fitting prayer over the grave that the mellow sunshine should follow the rain of early morning as surely as peace must follow pain Requiescat in pace A Friend MARKSBDBY H D Aldridge sold a large hog and four pigs for 12 W D Marksbury was the guest of Mr David Swope Mrs W M Stallings entertained eral friends at a dinner Thursday Mrs Fannie Pollard has from a pleasant visit to Lincoln ty MissSue Higgins of Paint Lick been the guest of her cousin Miss Georgle The Music Club was entertained Sat urday afternoon at the home of Miss Jennie Swope Mr Am Bourne and wife of Bettis spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Bourne Services at the Fork Church every Sunday morning and by the pastor W M Stallings Mr Ben Moore and the Misses Bell of Lexington were guests Sunday of Mr Tom Moore and family Mr Jet Dunn and wife and Mr Ben Patton and daughter of Bryantsville attended services at the Fork church Sunday The many friends of Mr T L Broad dus are glad to see him out again being confined to his room for several weeks Mr and Mrs Jack Hendren of Kirks yule passed through here Friday en route to Marcellus to visit their daugh ter Mrs E F Parks Mr Dan Burdett has ordered a large supply of timber to make hemp brakes FREAUH HSYILLE J P Rogers sold a mare to J L Ken nedy for 55 The Masonic supper next Saturday evening at 0 r M will be at Mr W II Cummins Mrs A J Thompson Is in Rockcastle County sister who has gone for some time Mr J C Fox who was thrown from his a few days ago has about recovered from wounds Rev R F Jordan and I M Faulkner Kennedy left Tuesday for Burnside to attend the Conference Mrs H C Cummins and F F Cum mans were called to Nicholasville last week to be at the funeral of Mr W T Pherigo who was a brother to Mrs Cummins Mr and Mrs Geo King and son Carl were at Mr Kings home last week to pay the respect to Mr Kings mother who Saturday husband preceeded her to the only one week Peace to their WhooplBg Cough In the spring of 1901 my children had whooping cough Mrs D W Capps of Capps Ala berlalns Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory I think this is the best remedy I have ever for whooping cough This remedy keeps the lessens the severity and frequency of the coughing spells and counteracts tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Frlsbles Drug Store 1 i above attack Kentucky 880 other GeorgeDunlapwi expressed Lee O levie appealed often fulfill W cemetery constant later Intellect characteristic lifetime express grave varied Sunday after andhemp1 PGrimesFPatton b ggv memory 1 seen soil apt marred husband Cou b est says used Chaml results ctSdgh loose any c LL vas on is to to i 4 t i j IMAM LIUK Pumps repaired at Paint Lick Mills Hiram Arnold of Ford was at horn SundayMrs has moved in with Mr Henry Moore Rev C S Young has closed his school account of illness A B Estridge went to Louisville Monday night on business- J P Rucker has returned to Ford after a lengthy his parents Mr Cabell Woods of Stanford visi ted relatives here last week Mrs J C Robinson of your city visi ted Mrs Wm Anderson last week Take your produce to McWhorter Estride They pay the highest prices W J Gilllspie who has been very ill we are glad to very much im proved at this writing fWoods shipped a car load of hogs Cincinnati last week for which he paid 425 per hundred pounds McWhorter Estridge are for undertaking hearse fur nished when wanted 5 6 tf W S Fish went to the State conven tion at Ashland as a representative of the Maccabees Wednesday evening White wash your fences and Get a barrel of lime at McWhorter Estridge for 100 5Ctf Miss Wadie Lee returned her home at Bryantsville after a pleasant visit to Mrs C B Engleman Richard A Jones of Little Rock Ark who is with the Beal Doyle Drug Co is on a ten days visit to home folks Screen wire cloth poultry wire white wash brushes washing machines Sewingmachines and oil Stoves at R L Jennings 420tf Dont fail to visit the shoe a t McWnorters Estridge They have the wellknown Hanan also the Hamilton Brown shoe 5611 Mr I C Rucker has built an five rooms to the Veranda Hotel which adds greatly to the looks of the buildingMrs B Engleman will treat her welling to a new coat of paint this week which will add to the appearance of the building Any one contemplating a trip to the St Louis Worlds Fair will do well to see W S Fish and secure a membership ticket to the Worlds Club car load of ice He will supply the wants of the people in this line on a short notice Hats at Cost The MarvelMlllineryStore MissDlckerson D d muum FOR Perfection Oil Cook Stove We have them all sizes al prices Guaranteed to give satisfaction Come and see them Remember the brand Perfection and the Place CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky IU fI U I fI U I U staywith i I j 1 5 G tit I I II E L I n U n U ij outbuildings Maret has I il doors j r department addition- of agenthas n ReadyToWear Warm Weather Buy a headquarters READYH ii McWhoter Estridge PAINT LICK KY j i0J0iiP0i 0 0 lf700 I r800 0 s i c Ar el The Hanan Shoe at McWhorter IS Estridge Full line just received m Dont keep your house like a fur nace all summer Get one of our SMOKELESS DUSTLESS blue flame Coal Oil Ranges Dont fail to price our Staple and Fancy Groceries Our Saddle and Harness depart ment has just been replenished We can furnish you any kind of Saddle or Harness at the very lowest prices McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Wanted middle aged woman either Lexington and Danville flor white or colored to go to Cincinnati For quick delivery and pretty and do light housework Apply to call him at Phone 61 18tf Rev II Faulconer at W B Masons USE Mastic Paint We GUARANTEE it We refund money or repaint your house if not satisfactory McROBERTSDRUGGIST A I fII w I ml mil I I I o rn 8 3 8 o sts owers N i pa your 0 4ee e eee eete eeeeeef- 3 D o a o zwuz 1 d SEES JXJTCtoEQ 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 and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of 100 each for 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 or overcoat you are entitled to one guess for every dollar you pay Royal tailoring is known the world over and is worn today by 250000 satisfied customers We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress noyeltiesr something to please you in both pattern and the best for the money ur satisfaction guaranteed AND SEE touringcars earlyestimates springs it sure pricealways entire r 0iH EM 0 tJ I 1 ands h CALL HILLptti- sta i4 yY A cough is more dangerous than a snake because there are some snakes that are harmless and there is no cough that is not danger ous Yet the very people who kill any snake on sight on the gen eral principle that it might be deadly let a cough alone on the fro m 1i i i fl JJ1 theory that perhaps it wont them Hundreds of thousands of men and women have paid with their lives for the neglect of a slight cough Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery cures coughs bronchitis weak and bleeding lungs and other diseases of the organs of respiration which if neglected or unskilfully treated fatally in consumption I feel it my duty to testimonial in behalf of great medicine writes Mr John T Reed Jefferson Co Ark When I commenced taking Dr Pierces Golden Medical I was very a coughand would at times up blood I was not able to do any work at all was weak and my head was dizzy The first bottle I took did me so much good that I had faith in it and con tinued I had taken twelve bottles Now I do not look like nor feel like the same man I was a year ago People were astonished and said they that I could live I can thankfully say that I am entirely cured of a from which had it not been for wonderful Dis covery I would kill terminate It low with s havedied 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 be just as good but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing Judged by its cures there is no other medicine just as good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for coughs weak lungs and other diseases of the organs of respiration Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipa They do not beget the habit tt I III 1 I tt pillIon Sabbath Dishonor At request of the Record a section of the discourse last by the pastor of the Methodist church of this in tne Dishonor of the Sabbath be ing one of a series now being given and continued was requested to give the first ten of the discourse especially to the young people of his congregation and which at request of the Record is glv en in the extract below The text Isaiah 562 and Malach 16 If I then be a Father where is mine honor Blessed is the man that keepeth the Sabbath from polluting A good man once on a journey met on the way a fellow traveler whom lie found in sore need Out of seven dollars in his possession he made a gift of six to relieve the wants of the other reserving only one for himself The man presently meets with acquaintances needy like himself He tells them of how he has been helped Did you say that he had one dollar left Yes but he said not for his own need but that he would use that and provide more in his own wayfor a rest place on the road for tired needy him and take what is left The man and his friends who were bad at heart decided to do so Later the good man was met on the road by the party and his remaining dollar taken posse son of He expressed surprise at the in gratitude as soon as he recognized the served for all alike For he had hoped to use his money not only to leave a memorial of his goodness and help but also to create a fellowship of to help others in the same way through the example he had given a bit further lIe asked them to re consider and restore what they had so dishonorably taken from him The amount that you have taken i F small and it true also that 1 have ample means also I myself will man age to get along either without you whatever you decide to do for a time Allow me however to say this event will receive my regard later For fur ther on your present satisfaction will become your own unending selfrob bery Ills spoilers answered variously one with sullen contemptuous indif ference another a jeer anoth unvoiced sneer later still the secured enough to invite and provide a excursion rate to a wide op en city The parable of the story in its application to the Dishon or of God in a Dishonored Sabbath is not remote The good man going thro the highway of earths generations is God the ready Giver of good needy traveler he meets in the way is man impoverished by a sinful nature in physical moral and intellectual the six dollars are the six days of the week bestowed upon man for righteous self service of his needs the robbery of the Benefactor is the in dividual and corporation robbery for the Sabbath dishonor of today for pleasure and gain rather than rever ence service of Christs will and worship the act and fact of registered defiance of One revealed and testified as having lordship of time life and death One who is patient and forbearing today but the Eternal Judge of that that shall be ac cording to deeds done in the body of this life And that future life has had no Revealer save One who has shown us in the parable of Dives and Lazarus that the misuse of Gods good things constructs the memory eternal selfrobbery of its own self torment Cured Bin Mother of Rheumatism My Ipother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says iWrH Howard of Husband Pa At times she was move at all walking was painful I present ed her a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she is never without it now and is at all times able to walk An occa sional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by Frisbies Drugstore 1m 1 We pay men to make us laugh but we can be grouchy for nothing Every dog has his day but only the foolish man makes a night of it Sick headache results from a dlsor dered stomach and is quickly cured Chamberlains Stomach Liver For sale by Frisbies Drug Stow iv lmt topicnext Dr Pearce minutes plenty companionsin l helpers quietly er an party being to the and unableto times wIth c r 9 ls r b and Ta1ets i i v i ANNUAL SUNDAY SGftOOL Convention for Garrard Gounty to be field in Lancaster May 31 1904 PROGRAM 930 Round Vital Prob lems in Sunday School Manage ment and Teaching 1000 Devotional Service by Dr E H Pearce 1020 of the best things for our Youth Rev W 1040 Conference Teacher Training Led by State Worker T C Gebauer 1 Needed for Successful Teaching Leader 10 min 2 How These May oe Acquir ed Through 1 Teachers Meetings b W I Williams 10 min 2 Training Courses by J L L Walker 10 min 3 Reading Courses by Lead er 10 min 4 Other Sources Audience 10 min 5 Address to Sunday school by Leader 10 min 1140 Appointment of Committees v Report of Officers 1200 Noon Intermission 100 Conference of Primary Work ers Conference of County and Distiict Workers with State Worker and Others 130 Song and Prayer Service 145 Address What is That on Thine Hand Rev D E Fri 210 Address Our State Work State Workers 240 Offering 300 Report of District officers 315 Round school Management and Teaching OBITUAE Annie H Stout was born in Dan Kentucky June 10th 1861 and died in Cloverdale Sawana county California April 2oib 1904 The took April 21 conducted oy Rev O L Russell pastor M E church South assisted by Rev J M Pratt Beautiful and pathetic music was furnished by the choir The was preached from John 141 A oodly company of sympathising friends attended sympathy to the comparative strangers in the sad hour of bereavement de ceased was for twenty years a member of the M E church South and until declining health made it impossible for her to do so she was an active and efficient worker She was for years a great sufferer but she patiently en dured to the end and died in of a living faith in her risen and ascended Lord and has obtained of Heavens choicest Jewel Rest The funeral was under the of J A Royston uncle of the deceased A Friend Died In Nlcholasvlllo Jessamine News After an illness of five months from Brightb disease W T aged 50years died at 1030 oclock Tuesday night For several days after his death it was known his condition was serious but suddenlyMr Nlcholasville with his family from Garrard county about two years ago He was the son of B F and married Mrs Bell Warner of Buckeye Garrard county His wife and a family of six children survive him besides one sister a rest dent of Preachersville and two one living in Illinois and one in the All of his children were at home when their father died He was a contractor by profession right in all his business transactions and a devout member of the Baptist church The funeral took from the res idence on Baldwin street Thursday morning at 10 oclockand the services were conducted by Rev B Timberlake Burial was in the Maple Grove Ceme tery A Starting Test To save a life Dr T G Merrltt of No Mehoopany Pa made startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes A patient was attacked with hemorrhages caused by the stomach I had often found Elec tric Bitters excellent for acute stom ach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are postive ly guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indlges tion Constipation and Kidney troub les Try them Only 50c at McRob erts Drug Store im Methodist Memorial Church TableThe AddressSome G Stallings j TableSunday II funeral triumph gift direction ulceration of 1 tt irs erson ihie sermon brothers F Tobacco licoi to Star lu uihLuv Hjj Uc riio tuuuico iIi VLNIOIH iui ecu Juuini t ajN i Url d liCvj iUi iiuruijr bo iur iUipuSe ul a heavy crop fur iliis yeai s the season is too far advanced to lake plant beds That the chances for continued bet prides for barley are good may be een from an investigation of the in a reased production of obacco 1899 total tax paid utput of smoking and chewing tobac o was 237132170 pounds and since hat date there has been a steady rise During 1903 the total output was 310 167865 pounds showing an increase n manufactured tobacco of over sev sntythree and a half million pounds rom 1899 to 1903 of which no a good percentage can be credited to o the for burley to 3UCCO On the other hand there Is 10 question that the amount of bur has riot increased In fact for tne two years the acreage as well as be total yield has decreased to a con iiderable extent Stocks on sale today ire less than they have ever been md tobacco should never again reach he low level of the past few years A Sure It is said that nothing is sure except and taxes but that is not al together true Dr Kings New Dlscov ry for Consumption is a sure cure for lung and throat troubles can testify to that Mrs C B Van Metre of Shepherdtown W Va says I had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it It is guaran teed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle free Regular sizes 50c 1001m Trade at Home The following from an exchange is well said The Record knows that thousands of dollars are sent away from Lancaster that should be spent with the local merchants Who sympathized with you when your little girl was sick Was it your home merchant or was it Sears Roe buck Who carried you last winter when you were out of a job and had no money Was it Montgomery Ward Co or was it your home When you want to raise money for the church or some needy person do you write to the Fair store in do you go to your home peopleHow much does Seigel Cooper Co pay toward keeping up the side walks of the town or raising your salary When your loved one was buried was it your home people that shed tears of sympathy and the cheering word or was it some York Gentle menyour home people are yturfriends in all lines of business and it is your duty to patronize them Quick Arreat J A Guiledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at McRoberts Druggist Time here means eternity thare I u p h lit u urllglllg ey past death I Chicago- or pastors uttered Chicago or New Thing all Thousands imp Is the word that fittingly describes our Monumental designs There is an in dividuality about our work that distinguishes it from all others We carry a very large stock of attractive 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 specialtyNONE BETTER NONE CHEAPER Wm ADAMS SON Lexington Ky j a L Gossip is not a matter of sex Do It Today The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow whaf 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 TO 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 re lieve your cough or cold and its con tinued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure has doaef before In thonrtrids of of IUM trou trial bottles larIslwTSc lAifc DAYand consumption 25c t salt apparently hopeless cases At all drugg1st h Haker of lianlcy visited Mrs Will Glass last week Mis Alice Dunn nf Dnnillv spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha Dunn Miss Jennie Wallace of Point Leav ell has been visiting friends here for everal days Mrs E H Ballard and daughter Miss Mavme and Master Bryan Ballard were in Lexington a few days last week Mr Allen Saddler of Lexington has been with his mother Martha Saddler for some days Mrs E J Aldrich of Covington is the guest of Mrs Will Dickerson James B Leavell claims to be champion fisherman of Garrard ty he having caught a fish a few days since at Kentucky river weipghin 46 pounds The fish was caught with a common line and hook is not one of the so called fish stories but has been told on good evidence by several of the most reliable citizens of Bryantsville who have seen this mam moth representative of the mverte bral family Who can beat it Miss Margaret Jenkins entertained a number of her friends very delight fully Thursday evening the occasion being the 13th birthday of the young hostessThe Club met Saturday with Miss Jennie Swope Quite a number were present and all enjoy ed the program very much Miss Grace Kinnaird of Lancaster spent a few days with Mrs C J last week made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H of Dcmpseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and Bowels Purely vegtable Never gripe Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m In these days office that seeks the man is usually the otlice without eith er honor or emolument An Open Letter From the Chapin S C News Early in the spring my wife and I were ta ken with diarrhoea and so severe were the pains that we called a physician who prescribed for us but his failed togive any relief A friend who had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and we at once felt the effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire ccn tents we were entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in every household H C Bailey Edi tor This remedy is for sale by Fris bies Drug Store 1m All those indebted to the late Dr J W Grant for the extraction of teeth or other dental work will please call and settle Mrs E P Grant 428tf Hemp Seed For Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post office Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks Wardrobes folding beds etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 56tf nt na I JfK Mrs sIi theI afternoon Armstrong Turner medicines er siatar U B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at COFFey Davidsons Our bread can be relied upon as much asthe cup defender Bella nee For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L Mercer County as a candidate for Congress Inthe to succeed Hon G O Gilbert subject to the action of the party support Is earnestly solid ted tf For Congress- We Ire authorized to announce HON HABVE HELM of Loncoln county as a candidate for Congress in the Eighth to the action of the party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce B L SON as a candidate for nomination for Count subject to the action of the party For Supt Public Schools Ifrs B Is a candleate for of Public Schools in Oamrd Co subject to the action of the democratic party For CountyAttorney We are authorized to announce J E as a candidate for nomination for Coon subject to action of the party For Supt Public Schools- We are authorizeato announce His Dunn aa a candidate for nomination for Super intendent Schools for tyirabjeet to tee Mrtto iHtke Democratic MOOREof Democratic Oi ifo 1 II I t district subject Democratic Robinson Democratic Mitt I par Dipaty Clsk at 2 vantsvllla U A MGMli Dcpuiv Count fMoik for Uarrard u is located at Ilrvuntsvillc prepared i take ackiiiiwlediifmunts t Ocri Mortgages and all legal documents 423tf RELY UPON IIYOMKI Cures Cold Cough Grip Just Itreathe It Hyomei is natures own method for curing catarrh colds coughs and of the respiratory organs It is the only natural treatment for the cure of these troubles Breathed through the neat pocket that comes with every outfit the air that passes into the throat and lungs is identical with that on the mountains where it is laden with healing and healthgiving balsams It searches out and kills disease germs in the most remote and minute air cells of the tead throat and lungs it soothes and heals all irritations of the mucous membrane Hvomei is prescribed by physicians generally Many of them use it them selves to break up a cold and prevent pnemoniaThe Hyomei outfit consists of a neat inhaler that is so small and convenient that it can be carried in the pocket of pur3e a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei This costs but 1 and it will cure any ordi nary case of catarrh In chronic and deep seated conditions longer use is necessary and extra bottles of Hyomei can be ootained for 50c making it a most economical treatment for this seaseR E McRoberts has so much con fidence in the power of Hyomel to cure catarrh and other diseases of the throat and lungs that he sells it under his personal guarantee to refund the money to any purchaser in case it falls to give satisfaction lIe takes all the risk himself and Hyomei costs you absolutely nothing unless it does you good Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet Potatoe plants three Cellery plants Joseph Faul coner 429 tf For Sale We have 45 acre tract land and two beautiful and couvenieut houses and lots situated just outside of the town limits of Lancasteron Danville street which we will sell at fair prices and on terms t o suit purchaser Wiil make division into town lots or small tract and on the easiest terms of pay meat West Sweeney Ihah crf i p pall t Catarrh and diseases die Plants i em tirst class 1SC4 Stock Farm 4yearold Record 223 in Qth 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 Leaf 1st Because he is not for sale I expect to keep him and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that I will 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 3rd Because his colts have taken more premiums than those of any stal in Mercer or adjoining counties 4th Because he has a better iccord as a race horse having won 10 out of 13 races and a bet ter record as a show horse having won 5S out of G3 shows than any stallion in Mercer or ad joining counties 5th liecause 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 lied took u standard record and was a winner and whose grand dam Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world U in the list and whoso sire C F Clay sold for 0000 and whose dam sold for 1500 whose dama sire Wilkes sold for 10000 for a half interest and who himself Red Leaf sold at three years old ftr1000aud at fonrte n years old for 17V and that has himself sired 14 colts to sell for over 900 some a J high as 2000 and teams from to3000 in or adjoining counties Cth But three of Red were ever trained for speed and they all took records 7th But one teats was ever raced and ne started in 11 or 12 races winning first in one and second in all the others as shown the Year book and showed miles in 2 15and would have been a sensational horse had he lived 8th Bed Leaf has sired more highclass priced teams titan any stallion in Kentucky in in the past two 9th I can show offers of over a pair I now have None of those sold old and most of them under three years old Xow I say if you want a trotter Red Leaf is bred to get them as his sire is one of the worlds sires of extreme speed his dam a great producer and she one the worlds greatest sirs of speed Red Wilkes and his sires dam the greatest brood mare in the world If you want a show horse he has he can them of the highest a threeyearold mare him showing through the and sweepstakes winning 24 out of 2C shows something eqnaled only by the worlds famous Gipsy Queen I yon want a business horse can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and his fillies are sure to be great brood mares If these are not facts why not I also have a good Black Jack to stand at insure u living colt R E Goddard Burgin NoL HD LEAF lion I 1 iiili refs and e and 1 Ky l filed to 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 21 Florida Monarch 217 Faust 2184 Fanny Swope 2 19 Walnut 219K etc and dams of lieldia Paint Leaf 2M Ber tha Baron 207 etc a dam Lady Ham dam of Hawthorn 2 Ed Winters 2 1 and Boy 2i8 by MO 221 J Sire of Delmarcli 2 11 Hamward 21JK Drelia court 117J4 Graydou 217 and 42 others and dams of Hawthorne 2OG Oriu B 2 09 Emma M 2tt etc 3 dam Molly by Ashland 47 Sire of HIahlaud Win 22C Fanny Borroughs 227 Joe Petit 230 dam Brltton Mambrino Brlttou5 dan Kit by Sir Todbunterg Jay Bird oOGO sire of Hawthorne 20GJ4 winner of Bonner Memorial i0000 1903 Alltrton 20 sire of 110 in 230 Early Bird 2 10 Miss Jay 2 11 Rose CroixSllK Invader 211 Larable the Great 3 2U i and 85 others and the dams of Cres out Route 208M Altoka SIOJ Queen Alfred 21 and 34 others in 2 30 George Wilkes 513 dam Lady Frank by Mambrino Star 585 Paragon is a very handsome individual with plenty of size style action and finish His sire Jay Bird is one very greatest living his blood breeds on Is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over 225 standard performers including Locanda2054 Charley Hay T20f Susie J 2 Vj Eagle Flanagan 207J Jay NeGro gor 208 and many other 210 performers There is no reason Paragon not become oneof Birds greatest sons as he one of the best bred horses living His record as made in the beat on a slow half mile track and is no measure of speed Should fail to get you a trotter he is a horse of such fine size action sty le that his certainly command fancy prices for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot be produced fast enough to demand Paragon will make the season of 1901 at W T Noels stable one north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 3 to insure a living colt sound and all right A lien retained on colt to secure service tee Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur CASTEBlack Jack 15J hands high foalet in 1894 sired the Mltcbel Jack he by Griggs Jack he by Bob Lee he by Black Hawk he Imported Warrior Dam of Uastel was Jarden Burdinu big 16 hands Jennet Catel will make the season 1901 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky 6 to Insure a Horse Mule 8 to Insure 10 for Jennet YOUNG GIANTGray Jack 15 hands sired Logan Caldwella Giant Boyle County Ky out of a flue Jennet he has proven himself a sure getter and a fine 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 any occur W T NOEL Buckeye Ky y 209 1 Kahlo I 0 Paragon River at a Mare or Ashland 2tGV Argetta2OS etc 4 I ge twill ver Kentuckys ArtistNo 1455 IV A S H R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Logan Hurst Farm four miles from Danville and 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 Kentuckys Artist was siredby Artist Montrose No 51 winner of the great Sweepstakes prize at the by Artist No 75 he byKing William 67 he by Washington Den mark 64 by Gaines Denmark 61 Artist Montroso 1st Montrose 106 tracing to Denmark f a 2nd dan by Bald Stocking 67 by Tom 8 Artist 73 dam Lucy No Bruchers Drcnnon f t Kentuckys Artist lit dam Jnlla Thomas by Fat Denmark he by Bumpier Denmark 2nd dam Lucy Thomas by Nero he by Thompson 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 among them such horses as the 5000 Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros the great and noted show horse Preston owned by PatDolan Kentuckys Anlstis only eight years old and Is regarded by Kentuckybest judges to be the most perfect stallion In the State i 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 studhim at fee the season or 95 to Insure a living colt I dont want your money until yon received A R HUNDLEY Danville Ky sIx Fair he bY HaL f bO- b saddle have If Worlds dam Baey gaited vale fr I I I- akLTk saic G A MB R UNO 1812 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Itaugtimnn 2 230 Gamrose trial 4 2 of the high acting horse sold by J II Stewart for 5000 January 1302 Sited dnmbetta VIIkes219K Sire cf Guiuette 205 Weed Wills 2l Lot tie Lorlue 2U5K Gambrel 210l Eyelet 210 14 Emma Offutt 211 11 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 2I9U Jennie Uzta by Admistrator057 Second dam Nary Klmore dam of ISKbr riiird dam by Star Davis Fourth dam by Brown Pilot Gainbruno I H brown stallion 153 hands form and action and will make the season of 1KM at farm on Shaker town pike 5 tulles from Danville 15 to Insure Living ColtMoney due when mare Is parted with or colt la list and will duce and high acting trotters so much sought after dealers he having ed his own racing qualities as a twoyearolddriving Ir Sparks third heat 2 j Grass furnished at 2JX month I will also stand a first class mule Jack at 8 to insure a living colt Not responsible for ac John S Baughman PHONE 523 Danville Ky French Coach Stallion Quasi No 212 In French Coach Stud Book of America also Republiqne Fraucalsc Haras National No 12862 Winner of first prize at the National Univer sal Exposition Paris IsyW competing with over CO stallions in show ring Imported by W II Tlcheuor A Co of Chicago in 1898 Color buy black points small star 1GJS hands high weighs In working order 1350 2nd dam by Involution extended pedigree framed has never been show ring A sure breeder of large fine high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle I the attention breeders to Quasi will make the present season of 1904 at my farm 2 miles Stanford on the IIus tonville pike at 1500 to Insure Colt F REIDPhone 111 Danville Address Stanford or Danville Dorsey fiolddust 12052 Full brother to Kstellc 219 14 Sired by Zllcadi Goddanl IIO by 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Horsey Gold dusts grand lam on sires side was b the Arabian Stallion Zllcndi Ills dam is Florence by Golden lIngo Chief a son of Gilts Morgan snaking him Intensely Inbred Morgan Stallion descending Justin Morgan on both sides knownDorsey full If and weighs 1JOO pounds a proven and uniform of road and eastern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and and are in at top prices Both the champion saddle and com bitted gelding of American Horse Shows of Ift02 03 Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit 10 of his colts sold last year for 102M horse of his producing qualities In Kentucky Will stand farm near at 2000 to Insure Colt Money due when colt drops or mare parted by breeder kept at CO eta per week on grass no for accidents or The best of careful handling glveu and no accidents so far F REID Address Danville or Stanford also by 2 J Ky at has two In the pro alden f stallion ofhis Golddu I e I byhimatmy r r 21 I Cleveland 221 tIm Gsmbruno Chester Squirrel Will make the season of 1901 on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye aud Laucastc pike at 809 to Insure a Living Colt four months old A lieu 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 responsive should any occur Chester Squirrel 8 years old 1C hands high a dark chestnut sorrel he is the highest type of finish plenty of courage but perfectly kind natural saddle and harness horse a model lu form possessing that 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 10 N S II H be by Black Squirrel he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William C7 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Galues 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 est brood mares in Kentucky FINE JACK at thesame time ana place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 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 rennet by Joe Blackburn he by 3rd Prince he by 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Dixie she by Irvin Dixie by Klckapoo 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wlllington 3rd dana by Importer He is 15J hands high solid black with white points I also stand another good mule at GOO T 0 Buckeye Ky Washington 54 The greatest and highest type Saddle Stal lion that ever made a season In Garrard coun ty Investigate for sour self enquire of any breeder of high class saddle horses in Ken lucky All horses his class are standing from 40 to fGO But in order to put mm reach of all desiring the servlc s of such a horse that I have decided to stand him at The Low Price of 15- to insure a living colt or 10 cash for the sea son money to be paid at time of service If mare is traded or parted with season money is due Grass furnished at 2 per month or grain fed at 8 Not responsible for accidents but caretaken to prevent same Description and Pedigree Washington Is the sire of Preston 922 the noted show horse Washington Is 15 hands high finely formed is a brown with a little white on both hind feet has fine mane and tall and is a natural saddle horse v Sired by Cromwell 7 by Old Washington Denmark U by GaInes Denmark and he by the old racehorse Denmark Cromwell 1st dam by old John Dillard 2nd dam by Grey Eagle Washingtons first dam by Halcorn103 2nd dam by Crusader 3rd dam by Cockspur The dam Washington was the dam of Robert Nutters fine show mare I consider this one of the finest saddle horses In Kentucky His family on both sides have produced the best saddle stock in State wonderful for J DaIsyby ack HILL i orescapes a t of I 1 the 4 a 4WSwecIeyLucast erKy 4 he C Record Lancaster Ky May 6 igol SUPPLEMENT A Good Law The recent Legislature passed a bill which has been approved by the Gov ernor and is therefore a law making it a felony to draw flourish or wave a dadley weapon on a passenger train a penitentiary staring them in face maybe the drunken rioters on Sunday excursion trains will put a check on their wild west exhibition Tough on Rastus It takes only 2 vrorth of chickens to send Sambo to the pen now And if the extra highbred one swipe will do the business He take his neighbors poor old cow her fine young calf the best plow on the place two or three sheep or coveted property not to exceed in value 20 and he may escape with a fine But when he approaches the A New Deal We see it stated a bill was passed by the late Legislature and approved by the Governor requiring livery keepers to keep a record of all used securing the signature of the patron and requiring state how long he wishes to use the borseor conveyance and how far he intends to go Any violations of the law are to be a misdemeanor This will be a little tight on the boys but it may work all right Flemingsburg TimesDemocratThe Consequence A Lexington exchange says There will be more tobacco raised in Fayette county this season than in many yrs previous The high price reached for the Burley leaf during the past few weeks has encouraged farmers and many immense fields that have been in bluegrass for stock grazing for sev back will be this season put in tobacco Nearly every farm InFay ette county will raise some tobacco this season and many breeders of fine i cattle and horses are sparing at least a portion of their farms for tobacco Better StayHome Young men are flocking to St Louis from all parts of the country seeking employment laboring under the sad impression that positions are seeking them instead of them seeking the posi tions says the Jessamine Journal One employment bureau in St Louis has on its list the names of 150 young men looking for employment at an easy job In the dawn of the century there was never such a demand for moral young men as there is today but they must be well equipp ed for what they undertake The trades people of St Louis and other large cities are commanding wages of 350 to 8 per day but the average young man desires to be in the world which is so overdone that a large proportion of them are barely eeking out a living Young man if you desire a place in this busy world equip yourself with thorough business deas Would Get Rich The Kansas Mail and Breeze says We drove out through the country south of here the other day and on one farm we saw the son cultivating the corn in the field the husband sow ing millet In another field and his wife driving a team harrowing in the seed one daughter was at the chopping wood with which dinner another daughter was at work in the yard and two small carrying drinking water to the workers in the field If the people in the bluegrass worked that they would all become million aires A Common Offense On a warrant issued Tuesday by Judge Pendleton officer Duckworth arrested and brought into court Geo Marks who plead guilty to the offense of cutting and removing sod from the side of the street on Central Avenue in front of Dr Brownes grounds but was released on bond to replace the sod and incidental expense the culprit convincing the court that he was of any offense which ignorance is shared by many people who do not know that the adjacent land owner in town and county own the land to the centre of the road for all purposes for use as streets and public roads for travel Selecting Good Teachers The spring crop of school teachers will soon bloom out in beautiful luxu riance and the trustees will have the exquisite pleasure of listening to the dulcet strains of chin music that will fall from the lips of the would be ped agogues who will be pressing their most urgent claims of superiority in their ability to teach the yonng idea how to shoot says an exchange With the extra month added to the schools of Kentucky it is up to the trustees to lay aside any preconceived notions of favoritism and select teachers who have ability to teach and energy enongh to keep on their feet during school hours and work the full num ber of hours the law requires Through Sleeper from Lexington to St Louis via Chesapeake Ohio Bail way Beginning April 28th the Ches apeake Ohio Railway will rate a through sleeping car line to St Louis via Louisville and the Southern Railway to leave Lexington dally at 520 p m and reach St Louis at a m Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis atlO10 p m will Lexington on J22 1110 a m the next morning i Japalac varnish makes old ture new At Thompsons tl f 1 f wZ ntr 1 fowl is cancan chicken roosttake carelHartford Herald stable vehicles him declared eralyears twentieth professional woodpile to prepare children were J T Ignorant except 730 C r 1 With the another to r r n y k do luau k and r 0 train number fur r r f y each to to The Best Place The farm mi which on wliiuh to lisp tlmuiiih Ones prime work on width to die Some times it happens that one who has spent his boyhood days on may when he comes to struggle for himself stray away to town and in one of the numerous vocations which men there pursue for a liveli hood However successful he may prove in business in town there comes a time as old age approaches when his earlierlife in the country its indpen ence its calm healthful enjoyments and scenes and products of nature and he feels a strong overmastering desire spend his later years and die in the country on the bosom of the great mother of us all generous teeming earth Land Stock Crops See ad of Washington 54 my fine horse He stands at the head of the list in highclass horses J W Swee Oats are about all sown and coming up slowly Early potatoes and garden truck have been planted Wheat is generally reported to be in condition but is making hard ly any growth Pastures and meadows look fairly well but are not advancing much Tobacco plants are up but at a and in some localities have been damaged by freezing Corn planting is progressing and a good acreage will be put in E T Jones of Winchester bought an extra nice pair of mules for 220 W B Taylor of Bourbon county re cently purchased a good work mule for 120 In Hardin county A S Hamilton bought a 100 mule from Henry Carr Windows and lots of them on the sunny side of the cow barn is the sov ereign preventive of tuberculosis and lots of other mean things In Clark county S W Willis bought of Gentry Bros of Lexington a fine pair ofmules for 350 and sold a pair of 3yearold mules jor 300 As milk and butter are easily affect ed by odors or flavors it is possible to get very piquant results by delicately scented flowers or fruit in th3 refrigerator with them give a delicious flavor to bu cr Fruit has been seriously injured y the heavy frosts but the extent of lie damage cannot be determined at ent It is probable that the pr crop has suffered severely in nearly all localities During the eight months ending February 29 1904 the United States exported 17441532 worth of fruit and huts against 15362671 worth in the corresponding period of 19023 and 86694341 worth in the same months of 19012 The unprecedented amount of weather for the past three or four weeks has put farmers very much behind with their work Not even all the oat crop is sown yet and very little ground yet broken for the corn crop Most all the potatoes are plant ed but not a great deal of garden truck is put out except onions lettuce The Lower House of Congress this week passed a bill repealing the revenue tax of six cents a on leaf tobacco We do not now re member the exact provisions of the bill but understaed it gives practical free trade in leaf tobacco It is not thought the bill will get through the f uate at this session The strawberry growers of the district are figuring on a crop this year worth 150000 They argue that the cold weather of the last few weeks has been a help to them as in some of the more latitudes the vines were killed by the cold weather This they will insure better prices for the Chattanooga will ship more berries into Northern cities than ever before Last local crop ran over 150000 crates and the chances are that the present crop will 200000 crates with an average price of 75 cents a crate This would bring the sum of 150000 into the pockets of the Chattanooga growers Nashville Banner Information from the chief tobacco centers of Kontucky inclu ing Cincinnati and also including the sales on the local market lead to the conclusion that the Continental Company has purchased upward of 80000000 pounds of the 1903 crop of burley tobacco The 1903 crop is thought to have aggregated about 125000000 to 150000000 pounds It is reasonable to expect that the inde pendents and others have taken what the Continental did not get Many gardners fail in raising and melons on account of the rav ages of the striped melon bug lice vittata The pest Is easily trolled Take four ounces of and boil in one quart of water soap is dissolved Add four coal oil Beat while hot for ten minutes This quantity will last summer it put away in a cool place Take one the jelly to bucket of water stirriag together Water the vines once 6rtwlce a week This mixture will not Injure the most delicate plant and is a perfect insecti clde A red heifer calf about five or six months old Hasbeen In Lowell since about of January Owner an have same by proving property an A Scott Lowell S h ey r tit l 110 s3 he alarm engage ney 415tr some fair stand still satisfactorily placing Oranges unsettled and internal pound Chattanooga Inasmuch Northern assert Southern crop year approx- Imate Tobacco cucumbers con soap tablespoonfuls fr 1 k lzr 3 goal p4iri t burls some p i burl drab un all tablespoonful of first paying te- rv e c pb in su x l 1 t Tliove wlut pdSist in iisUriir dfl qijestU1 h Mioud tukc Burning Ills following article pub hilled the Nlcholasville News Sunday night when the rain was coming down in a nasty drizzle two gentlemen met in front of Tbe News office one carrying an1 umbrella when the following conversation was by the editor Raining isnt it Eh Raining isnt it Id like to see you privately for a moment was the reply Come into this doorway The two took shelter and then two turned to number one with the interrogation Do you take me for an infernal idiotWhy no of course not Do suppose Im carrying an umbrella over my head to keep off at this time of the year No Im carrying it to keep the rain off am I not Of course Well then it rains You know it rains Fverybody in town knows it rains Now you trot along and let people alone Thats all You let it rain She knows her business You attend to yours and let the weather alone sir And he strode off up town leaving the other fellow with something to pondfer over FIRST KENTUCKY Given By Lancaster Athletic Association Jo Be field Lancaster Ky June 1904 Under the Management tile Lancaster Athletic Association R W McRoberts Manager LANCASTER K1t LIST OF Contests and Prizes VOCAL CONTEST Vocal Contest Male Medal by R ZImmer Confectionery and or to Central Uni versity Danville Ky Female to Hamilton College or gold medal bv Curry Davidson Grocers PIANO SOLO Male Scholarship Threlkeld Select School or medal by Hon Harve Helm Stanford for Congress by Jessamine Nicholasville or a scholarship to Caldwell College Dan PIANO DUET to Campbell College Lexington Ky two medals by Lancaster Ahtletic ORATORICAL CONTEST Scholarship by Kentucky or medal by Gaines Hotel DECLAMATORY CONTEST Scholarship Georgetown College or by New Mason ATHLETICS HURDLE RACE One hundred and twenty yard race the hurdles to be 3 feet 6 inches in height placed 10 yards apart first 15 yards from starting point Medal by Hon G G Gilbert candidate forCon gress THROWING BASE RALL Scholarship Kentucky State College BICYCLE RACE Onehalf mile Wilbur R Smiths Business College Lexington Ky TENNIS Single Female Fine silk umbrella J Joseph Dry Goods Shoes Single Medal by Hon James B McCreary CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING Medal by Mount Elkin Hard ware RUNNING Hop step and by Hon THBEELEGOBD RACE Two handsome gold pins by Lan caster Athletic Association SHOT PUT Medal by T Logan Clothing MILE RUN Medal by FT Friable Pharmacist CROWNING QUEEN OF TOURNAMENT Queen to receive a handsome gold STANDING HIGH JUMP Medal by Beazley Paris Dentists JUMP Medal by H M Ballou Grocery RUNNING BROAD JUMP candi date for the Senate Potato Race Pojtatoes to be 2 yards by J W Sweeney Liv err Fifty yard Dash For boys under 16 years of by Morrow Mc Roberts Jewelers Half Mile Run Medal by W H Ward Grocery Two Hundred and Twentyyard by W A Arnold Liv ery Dry Goods Base Ball Barnes The contending ball of the State with each other for of the Flag and championship of tbeState Medal br J0 Thompson Jeweler appointed by ana subject Isnt It overheard number Butbut Goodnight StateTournaIIJe t fit 2223 24 r Restaurant candidate FemaleScholarship FemaleScholarship Association University MaleGold jumpMedal Appellate H medal by Logan Dry candidateJUMPMedal apartMedal ageMedal byVictor DashMedal r AU judges shall Habins igi roof you then ule Goods Co Pole by 13H Batson teams L be disinterested coinpete s 4 fc I f S y A 0 X 0 Y 0 j 0 6 Q President J S UOHINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier TY O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A H DENNY Pretldtat JOHN B STOR1IES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Donny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Removal Sale p w y wW t wXi LEWIIY i IJ J Walker T M Arnold 2 8 y 6 LkA ELL 000000000000 00000 O 493 00000 0pg I I I We have on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES and MARKERS and to save boxing and hauling will close them out at prices that will pay you to call at Several new for Childrens 1mt mI once j Markers in this lot These stones must be sold by Jan J st Also call and get our prices for Spring delivery Garrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD ST LANCASTER I 8f B i J ii 4 PllOs SPENCER President sad Expert AarouafanL Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Success Jt CALL OR WRITE Too FULL INFORMATION warn AND MAINSTREETS t Building LOUISVILLE KY UIIoIIliUtaI DaM EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT Business College I THOSE TURNER HARRIS1 CHAS G e 4 4 IC THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every Friday from 9 A M to 3 p Call early The LADIES ADMIRE OUR MILLINERY i I M E Come to us for uptodate styl ish Millinery We cannot to but the best We have all new creations in Millinery and will please you in toos afford MANAGERS Df E eySALLI TI dl tothe approval of the Association 2 the direction of the managers shall fix limitations of contests 3 in music and elocution shall be professionals 4 Not more than two contestants from each town shall enter any con test in athletics and not more than one in music and elocution 5 Entries shall close June 4 6 Within week after entries close a list of same will be sent to each contestant 7 Only bonafide amateur shall enter all professional de 8 Those attending the tournament who obtain a certificate from their local agent can secure a return ticket at the usual rate certifi cate is signed by the Secretary of the Tournament and presented to the agent at Lancaster 9 contestants will be entertain ed by the citizens of Lancaster For further InformatioB address B W MCROBERTS Mgr Lancaster Ky At thjf of yearijevery one needs a good Spring Tbhlcwe have a fine line medicines and can furnish you want Store a contestants barred If o lei season the of anything you 4224t r Drug COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr New Discovery Price Free Trial Surest and Quickest CUre for all THROAT and LUNG TBOTJB LXS or MONEY BACK DRPIERCLS I MEDICAL I 1 BLOOOUVERLIIWCS Kttrajr KoUe- eA yearling heifer calf to my farm about April 1st Owner can have same by proving property and ADScottBaen VIsfeb j KILL THE FOR OUGHS sac 100 LOS GOLDEN DISCOVERY an charges 3t aid 6 red name paying 42D r t r W S BEAZ EV Office on3 store Danville at i III Beazley Faris Dentists Thomp t G C over = I Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Office over Stormes drug store WinIlernuton aI it tiwluctroad Herndon Kentucky ORDINANCES IN REGARD TO CONTROL OP LANCASTER WATER WORKS PASSED AND ADOPTED BY CITY COUNCIL MARCH 7 1104 An ordinance providing the rules regulations and rates of the City of Lancaster and the following ordinances when adopted govern the officers appointed in connection with the Water Works awl shall he a part of the contract between the City of Lancaster and the con sumers of water in so dar as they may apply and shall govern and be as follows ARTICLE I SEC 2 There shall be appointed by the Mayor each year when otterstanding committees arc appointed a committee consisting of threo members of the City Council two of whom shall constitute a quorum said committee to be known as the Water Works Committee said com and efficient management and protection of the Water Works plant and system not inconsistent with the ordinances of said city and rules soil regulations established or that may hereafter be established by said city in relation to said works SEC 3 The City Engineer or Superintendent hereinafter provided shall by virtue of his office lie clerk of said committee and shall under to the Council at each regular meeting of the Council thereafter and when approved by the City Council Said each month show the condition of the works if any change is made during that month the additions and improvements made thereto during the month and such other information and suggestions as the committee may deem proper to emuody therein SEC 4 The City Council shall on the first Monday night in Jan uary after each biennial election and after their qualification elect a City Engineer who shall be known and called the Superintendent of the Water Works Said Superintendent shall be elected for a term of two years subject to removal at the pleasure of the City Council and if for any cause a Superintendent be elected at some other time his term of office shall not extend beyond the term of office of the Council whom elected Said Superintendent shall before entering upon the discharge of duties execute and file with the City Council a bond with good security be approved by the Council in the penal sum of 1000 for the faithful of his duties as such Superintendent according to the ordi nances rules and regulations governing said Works and for the of all moneys that may come to his hands as such Superintend said hoed shall be payable to the City of Lancaster SEC The City Council shall on the first Monday in January after each biennial election and after their qualification elect an engineer who shall be known as the Water Works Engineer Said engineer shall je elected for a term of two years subject to removal at the pleasure of the City Council and if for any cause he be elected at any other time his term of office shall not extend beyond the term of office of the Council ijy whom elected Said Water Works Engineer shall before he enters upon the discharge of his duties execute and file with the City Council a bond with good security to be approved by the Council in the penal sum of 500 for the faithful performance of his duties as such engineer according to the ordinances rules and regulations governing said Water Said bond shall be payable to the City of Lancaster Sic G The salary of the Superintendent and of the Water Works Engineer shall at the time of their election be fixed by the City Council for the term for which they are elected at a fixed sum per month payable monthly so long as they hold their respective offices SIc 7 The salary of the Superintendent for the term ending Jan nary 1 190 shall be per month and the salary of the Water Works Engineer for the term ending January 1 1906 shall be 7 per month SEC S All rents revenue income monies assessments etc derived from the Water Works system shall be held and kept by the Treasurer in a separate fund to be known as the Water Works Revenue Fund and shall in no event be mixed with or confused with the general fund or other funds of the city and upon said fund and no other shall be drawn the war rants for the payment of expenses salaries accounts indebtedness etc arising from the control and management of the Water Works system and each warrant or voucher drawn on said fund shall have written or printed its face Water Works Revenue Fund and no warrant or voucher shall be issued or drawn on said fund except at a regular meeting 3f the City Council and upon the approval of the Water Committee and f at any time it becomes necessary to pay any indebtedness payable out fund and said fund be exhausted then the City Council shall order the amount of such indebtedness to be paid into the said fund out of the general fund to meet such warrants and the amount thereof as soon as expedient shall be returned to the general fund Strict account of such transfers to be kept by the clerk and treasurer and report of such transfers to be made by the treasurer at each meeting of the Any jxccss of money in the water works funds if not needed therein to meet the warrants drawn or to be drawn thereon may be ordered by the City Council placed in the general fund but a warrant shall be drawn therefor is any other warrant account kept thereof The City Treasurer hall receive one per cent as his compensation on the amounts placed in he Water Works Fund except as amounts placed therein from tho ceneral fund upon receive no of the amounts therefrom placed in the general fund as herein specified he shall receive the compensation of the one per cent for one SECTION 2 The Superintendent shall be under the immediate super vision of the Water Works Committee and shall be the general executive fficer of the Water Works It shall be his duty to see that the ordinances and resolutions rules and regulations in reference to the Water Works arc executed and fully complied with that the condition of all contracts by or with are faithfully complied with that the assessments of water enta are duly made collected and paid and under the direction of the City council or Water Committee to procure all supplies to audit all iccounts and claims and submit the same to the Water Committee such explanation as will enable them to act advisedly thereon have a supervision over all the operations and said works and to keep the Water Works Committee informed as to the condition of he works with such suggestion as he may deem necessary for the interests f same and a correct record of the location size and length of all the ipes hydrants and valves in use for said works and on January 1st of ach year to submit to the Council a detail report of the conditions and perations income and expenditures of the works for the preceding year vith an estimate of the amount of outlay for and income of the ensuing car with such other duties as the City Council or the Water Committee citySEC shall have the care and safekeeping he books and papers belonging to the Water Works and luty to keep an account and record of all receipts and disbursement and other transactions of the Water Works from the records of the pity Council when necessary to keep a register of all wit he name of the person using the same a record of all applications and Hermits io keep a separate account with each consumer or user ie shall keep a register of the exact location the number and sixes of ill aps street service pipes and cocks and the length of each street service jipe at each tap SEC 3 The Superintendent shall at meeting of the City Council make report to the Council of the receipts and expend Lures for the preceding month including water rents collected and tao ourccs of such as may collected the amount and to whom sue of any indebtedness contracted for the number of applications for rater and by whom and to whom granted withthe rate thereof the amount rnd account of rents delinquent the amount deposited by him with the Treasurer said month which report approved by the Council hall be by him on the record book mentioned in Section J Article 1 of ordinances SKC 4 The Superintendent shall personally eupervise the tapping of all mains laying of the necessary WorksTherefore underthe systemand for proceedings bebindingrecordshall true by his to performance payment 5 j across ofsaid rr saidworks and- o byheta eachregular ther Of shall lily Arl with entered at these pipest y and shall have of all the plumbing work both and without the promises have the power to stop any work which is being done in violation of the ordinances of the city or the rules and regulations of the Water Works He shall have charge of the inspecting tend shall be authorized to enter and have free access to the premises to examine and ascertain the location or condition of all pipes hydrants and all other water fixtures and shall be vigilant to detect and warn all abuses whether from waste or other improper use of water on account or for want of repairs or otherwise and if such waste is not immediately remedied the services leading to such premises shall immediately be cut off And in case he discovers any defect in a private pipe beyond the service cock he shall give notice in writing to le left at the premises and if the necessary repairs are not made within a reasonable time he shall cut the water off He shall have charge of and keep in repair the fire hose and as near as possible attend all alarms cf fire direct the firemen to the nearest available hydrant notify the Water Works Engineer of the pressure needed shut off any part of the pipe and do such other as may be necessary at such times SEC 5 The Superintendent shall pay over to the Treasurer all moneys collected by him he shall not create any indebtedness on behalf of the Water Works unless so directed by the Council or the Water Committee he shall not turn on any water for any user in the first instance until the advance rent is paid and when the same has been cut off for cause until the penalty is paid and shall cut off the supply of delinquent at the time desig nated inthc ordinances and if through his failure to do so any person thus becomes indebted to the city said Superintendent shall be liable for such indebtedness and also for such fees or cost due the city in advance for the tapping of the main the Corporation or service cock and street service pipe if he fails to collect same in advance The Superintendent shall inspect and keep in condition all and perform such services as may be necessary for the proper management of the Water WorksSEC 6 The Water Works Engineer shall have charge of the Water Works buildings engines pumps head and inflow pipes and it shall be his duty to have the care and management of the running of the machinery nndbeon duty at all times day and night or furnish an assistant to be on duty at such times as he may not be there shall be a com petent engineer subject to the approval of the City Council He shall be under the control and supervision of the Water Committee and to consumption of fuel and other materials used indications of the gauges and counters other information necessary to show the exact duty of the engines pumps and boilers and from time to time the state of the works and such improvements as he may deem for the interests of the same and perform such other duties as shall be prescribed by the City Council or Water Committee ARTICLE III SECTION 1 All applicants for the use of water shall make applica tion thereon on the printed blanks furnished and at the office of the Super intendent Said applications shall be securely bound in book form with indexes so as to be preserved and same shall constitute part of the records of the office after the application is signed by the appli cant the Superintendent if there be no valid objection shall sign same the contract shall thereupon be binding if the Superintendent thinks the application ought not to be granted he shall at once notify the Water giving them his reasons for refusing to grant same whereupon said ccmmittee shall examine into said application and grant or refuse same in their discretion which action of the committee shall be noted on the margin of the application and a record thereof made in their book SEC 2 All applications for water must state fully in the application mentioned in the preceding all purposes for which the water is answer fairly and without concealment the necessary questions relative to the consumption of same the number of rooms faucets hydrants etc all of which statements shall be written in the application Applications made by a tenant of property must be with the consent of the owner of the property into whose premises the water is pro posed to be introduced A separate application shall be made for each business place etc also for each branch connection where more than one connection is made from one service pipe and special or separate application must be obtained for each and extension of the plumbing with each and every service pipe and before such extension is And no plumber shall mane any change or addi without first receiving permit therefor and no permit shall be issued to the plumber until the application as herein provided for is made No permit shall be understood or construed as authorizing or permitting anything not explicitly or truthfully stated in the application SEC 3 Upon the granting of the application the Superintendent shall issue a permit to such licensed plumber as may be selected by the applicant to proceed with the work according to the application No such permit shall be issued until the fifty cents fee therefor shall be paid by the plumberARTICLE IV SECTION 1 And plumber wishing to do business in connection with the Water Works must apply to the Water Committee for a license and furnish to it satisfactory evidence that he is a regular educated plumber that he is a master of his trade and agrees to be governed in all respects by the rules and regulations which are or may be adopted by the City Council If the evidence be satisfactory said committee shall order tin Superintendent to issue to such plmnber a license upon the to him in advance the gum of 25 The license shall be good for a one year Renewals of the license shall be for in the same way 25 dollars in advance The plumber will be held responsible and liable for all injuries the Water Works may sustain or indirectly because of damages he or his may do in connection with said Water Works The in his application for license must state full name of or all applicants a firm his place of residence his place business name under which business is to be carried on The party so applying and receiving uch License shall execute and depoit with a bond with two or more sureties approved said committee in the penal sum of 100000 said bond to be to tho of Lancaster and conditioned that he or will save harm less the City of Lancaster Ky from all accidents and damages caused by any negligence in prosecuting protecting his work that he will restore all earth pavements and other material to as good a state and condition as it before such opening was made and keep and maintain the same in and to the satisfaction of the Water Committee for a period of nix months next thereafter and that he will pay all fines imposed upon him for any violation of any rules or regulations or ordinances and that he will ply all the rules regulations and ordinances SEC 2 Any to introduce water into any house or into any other place or to do any work of any nature whatsoever in with the taking or use of water both new service and the extension existing services must before commencing said work first make tion for a permit on the blanks provided by the Water Department for each and every He shall specify therein the full name of owner and pccupant the nanie and side and number if any of the house of block and lot the purpose or purposes for which water Jp to be used together with a list of their s and all other particulars to a full understanding of the must be made Superintendent for making any extension or change the of any house or place beyond that which permission may have already been No permit shall be understood to authorize anything not explicitly and truthfully in the application and any in cation the shall report to the Superintendent- SEC 3 All plumbing work both within and the premises must be done in the manner required by the Water Department and be subject to inspection and approval and the patterns and quality of all appurtenances shall in like manner be subject to approval and no work under ground shall be covered over until inspected and approved by an au thorigecj representative pf the Water SEC 4 It shall be the duty of all to make returns in writ ing to the office of the Water Department before the water shall be turned on of all connections made a description of the premises the number of hydrants baths water closets street washers apparatus for garden hose and other apparatus and fixturos supplied therefrom WIth the name pf the occupant and premises EOr 5 Thp interior plumbing be of kind as tho owner may direct but it must be capable of standing satisfactorily an actual test pressure of not less than one and fifty 150 per square inch at no risk or liability of the lead pipe pf lighter weight than herein indicated must under no circumstances nor but faucets be allowed on of the interiorj work excepting bath tubs on which ma he used regular bath tub fixtures SEC 6 All service pipes extending from the main the inner line of the building must lead must be connected full wiped joints and be of not less than the following weighs per running inch bore Medium 1 lb Strong vl lb 12 oz Tvv t Strong 2 IbVSoz Strong 3 Ib j generalsupervision within ofnegligence whichassistant saidcommittee the monthly record requiredmust buildingresidence every tionalconnections periodof an cb s goodorder r t ful fi l hl0d pf th r owner nt PI ll I e1f losing foot i i 0 I tf7f ro t t Committee section applicant v connection service the the subjectl- J3 edal Department all such use with C r u C a L k yyJr siv 1 Extra strong 4 Ibs 12 oz 1 Extra strong G Ibs SEC 7 There shall be a stop and waste cook attached to every service pipe at the building line to shutting off the water and of emptying the pipes in the building during freezing weather and every lead service pipe must be laid sufficiently waving to allow not less than from one to and a half feet extra length and in such a manner as to prevent rupture frcm settlement SEC 8 No connection with the mains shall be made during freezing weather unless approved by the Superintendent and pipes connections must be laid at least feet below the established grade below the surface of the ground on public or private property unless allowed by the Superintendent- SEC 9 The water will not turned into any service pipe when meters are used until the applicant shall have paid the rent due plumbers arc strictly from turning the water into any service pipe except on the order or permission of the Superintendent This rule shall not l e construed to prevent any plumber admitting the water to test pipes and for that purpose only SEC 10 No main shall receive a larger tap than of an inch without permission of the Superintendent and shall be less than 5 of an inch wlcn so by the Superintendent All taps on mains shall be at least 24 inches apart SEC 11 In case of violation of any of these provisions on the part cf any licensed plumber or for cause the Water Committee annul plumbers license and in case the person or persons whose premises are to be water shall procure the work of said construction and attachments to be done by any person other than the licensed plumber who may be named in said permit the Water Committee may at its pleasure withhold the supply of water from the premises aforesaid SEC 12 not duly licensed who shall any plumbing for tho purpose of the City Water Works shall on conviction thereof be fined in the sum of not less than ten 10 dollars nor more than one 100 dollars SEC 13 The plumber will under the supervision of the tap the main inserting a stop cock which shall be known as the corporation cock and will connect the service pipe and lay it to within one foot inside the curb line and there set a stop cock which shall be known as the service cock together with the service cock box for which the plumber the applicant the actual cost thereof as near as possible from the center of the street which charge shall not exceed the sum of 800 fifty cents of which shall be paid to the city by the plumber in at the time the permit is issued to him to do the work SEC 14 One service pipe may be made to supply all parties taking water within 30 feet on either side of service pipe same to be within the discretion of the Superintendent in which case each branch must have a service cock with service cock box set within one foot of the curb line of the street in the event this is done the plumber shall still pay the fiftycent fee for the tapping of the main the same as if an extra tap was made SEC 15 Parties desiring to discontinue the use of the water mUt give notice thereof in writing to the Superintendent on or before the day io which the rent has been paid otherwise they will be Charged with rent for the ensuing quarter SEC 15 No claim shall be made against the City of Lancaster Ky by reason of the of any main or service pipe or cock or any other interruption of the supply or by reason of breakage of machinery or for necessary repairs ARTICLE V SECTION 1 All water rates not otherwise provided for shall be pail quarterly on the first days of January April July and October in advanir and all meter bills shall become due and payable monthly SEC 2 Except when meters are used all contracts shall be for a tern of one year or more and date from the first of January All new shall be charged pro rata from the day of application to the first day of SEC 3 In all cases of the nonpayment of the water rent within ten days after the same becomes due the supply may be cut off and not turned on again either for the present or subsequent occupation except upon the payment of the amount due together with the sum of one dollar for expense of shutting off and turning on the water ARTICLE VI SECTION 1 Parties taking water must keep the service pipe and moll the fixtures connected therewith in good repair and protected from frost at their own expense and must prevent all unnecessary waste or the water will be shut off SEC 2 Faucets Hydrants Hose attachments or any other devic which the consumer may adopt for obtaining water from the service pipe shall not be located so as to be accessible to persons living on or occupying neighboring premises or to the public water shall not be turned on such faucets or other device until such hydrant is removed to some unexposed place on said premises None but flush hydrants will be allowed unless the hydrant is placed within a building or an enclosure and from use by persons not occupants of the premises SEC 3 Any consumer or consumers of water from the said who shall permit others not members of his family to use water from his or their hydrant faucet or other device without first being assured by the Superintendent that the proper water rent has been paid for the use of same and anyone who shall thus obtain water without a permit from the Superintendent shall be fined in the sum of not less than one nor more than ten dollars and the water shall be immediately SEC 4 Faucets hydrants taps hose water closets urinals baths or other fixtures will not be permitted to be kept running when not in actual use without special permit and the payment of additional rates such rate to be determined by the Superintendent who shall report the same to tIle Water Committee SEC 5 No hose shall be used unless a permit for same has been applied for and allowed by the Superintendent and in no case shall it bo over threefourths of an inch in diameter or be used without a nozzle and the nozzle shall not exceed onefourth of an inch in diameter said hose shall not be suffered to run when not used by a person engaged in sprink ling Adjusting hose on temporary or fixed supports or such devices allowed on payment of three extra for the season SEC G Persons intending to build or repair any building for which is to be used shall make application on a form provided for that purpose to the Superintendent When an attachment is made to supply water for building purposes the service pipe shall be carried at the expense of the party building to the inside of the curbstone line where a proper service cock shall be placed with pipe leading to the surface the faucet of which shall he kept covered and locked when not in use When the building is completed the faucet and pipe shall be taken up too and the water shut off at the service cock SEC 7 No person except the Superintendent shall take water from any public or private hydrant fire plug or other fixture connected with the water mains except for fire purposes or for the use of the Fire in case of fire nor in way take or use water for private use unless such person shall first make application to the Superintendent with the rules laid down by this ordinance SEC 8 Immediately upon an alarm of fire being sounded all of streets and of yards or lawns shall immediately cease and no such sprinkling shall bo done for two hours after such alarm is sounded It shall be the duty of the Superintendent upon first having given notice to the occupant to turn off the water from premises where sprinkling is done in violation of this section and such water shall not turned on again until the penalty if any imposed for such violation shall have been paid Any violation of this article shall be punished by a fine of not than one dollar nor more than ten dollars ARTICLE VII SECTION 1 The water rates which shall be charred for the use of water are hereby established as follows but same shall be subject to change by the City Council as they may deem necessary and rates for water not herein fixed shall be such as may be applicant and the Water Committee by contract at the time of the application Said rates are as follows No 1 DWELLING HOUSES House of six rooms occupied by one family supplied by one faucet 5 Oft faucet not hereinafter especially rated 1 50 When a house is occupied by more than one family and all sup by one faucet for each family 4 00 Each family having separate fixtures house occupied by more than one family will be charged the sane as if living in a house bath tub private family 3 00 For each Roomer 50 When used by more than one family for each family 2 00 Each additional bath tub V 1 75 One water closet of approved kind 4 00 When used by more than one family for each family 3 00 Each additional water closet i 1 75 When one bath tub and one water closet used for both 6 00 One selfclosing no other allowed 2 00 One set tub if K v 1 75 Each additional set tub i 1 00 Wash Btand il 00 j 11 allservice and 2 and except suppliedwith dQ connectingwith Superintendent shallcharge counting stoppage applications January protected any Water- Works shutoff maybe dollars citywater andcomply sprinkling r Eachadditional ina lOne H t O ot f one otherwise and advance Department any less separate are urinal tt- s r Where a hot wat r faucet is used at the same vessel with a cold water faucet but one faucet shall be charged far and the same applies to boarding houses Provided that in no case shall the chcarges for the use of water by- a private family exclusive of hose and stable exceed 25 00 No 2 BOARDING HOUSES Supplied by one faucet 10 00 Each additional faucet 2 00 One bath tub f 8 00 bath tub 2 00 One water closet of approved kind 8 00 Each closet 2 00 Each selfclosing urinal 2 75 No 3 HOTELS SPECIAL RATES Lodging houses in addition to the rates for h3arding houses for each bed for boarder and lodgers 50 No 4 PUBLIC LAUNDRIES AND BATHS For each laundry tub 12 00 For each bath tub L 12 00 For each water closet 9 00 For each selfclosing urinal 4 00 No 5 STOUES OFFICIS AND WAREHOUSES First faucet 5 CO Where two tenants are supplied by same faucet each 3 00 Where more than two tenants are supplied by same faucet each 3 00 Water closets used by one tenant only 5 00 Water closet used by more than one tenant each 2 75 For each faucet or water closet half the above rates will be charged Selfclosing urinal each tenant 2 00 No G SHOPS RESTAURANTS MARKETS ETC Apothecary shop one faucet 12 00 Each additional faucet 2 75 Water closets and urinals same as for dwelling houses Barber shops one faucet and one chair 5 00 Each additional faucet 1 00 Each additional chair 1 00 Dining restaurants and bakerys 10 to 20 00 For purposes not included above and requiring not more than supply of water 10 to 25 00 No For hose having a nozzle of not over onequarter inch orifice used for washing windows watering gardens and lawns and sprinkling streets the use being limited in all cases to three hours per day for each hose from G to 8 am from G to 8 pm 10 0 This charge to be made whether the hose is used for the whole or part of the yearNo 8 ORNAMENTAL FOUNTAINS To Be Used Not More Than Four Hours Per Day Fpr jet onesixteenth inch diameter 5 00 For jet more than onesixteenth and not over oneeighth inch diameter 12 00 To be Allowed to be Used More than Four and not More than Eight Hours per Day For jet onesixteenth inch diameter 9 00 For jet more than onesixteenth and not over oneeighth inch diameter 20 00 ill rules applying to the use of hose apply also to the fountains No 9 STAHLES Private Stables For one horse 2 00 Each additional horse 1 00 Neat cattle each head 1 OG Livery Club or Boarding Stables Meter STREET SPIINKLER Meter No 10 STEAJI POWER Meter MOTORS FOR POWERS 116 in jet per month 3 00 in jet per month 7 cO 31G in jet per month 10 Ol Jin jet per month 12 50 jet per month 16 00 Water Lifters G 00 Not allowed except in connection with No 11 BUILDING PURPOSES Cubic yards of Stone 5c Thousand of Brick at 10c Yards of Plaster It Cubic yards of Cement 15c No 12 METERED WATER 200 to 500 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 35c 500 to 1000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 30c 1000 to 2000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 25c 2000 to 3000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 20 5000 to 4000 gallons per day per gallons IHc 1000 to 5000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 15c 5000 gallons and up lOo- ileters will be allowed only at the discretion of the company and in no case where a meter is used shall the annual charges be less than the following For threequarter inch meters or less 25 00 For oneinclrmetcrs 40 00 For one one and onehalf inch meters GO 00 For twoinch meters 100 00 For all uses not herein specified the rates shall be fixed by the Superintendent ARTICLE VIII SECTION 1 The City the right to at any time without notice shut off the water in their mains for the purpose of making repairs or extensions or for other purposes and all persons having boilers withi their premises not supplied by tanks but depending on the pressure in the pipes to keep them supplied are hereby cautioned against danger of collapse SEC 2 Sprinkling streets and lots and yards etc with hose is restricted to five hours per day from 5 to 7 oclock A M and from 4 to 7 oclock P M And in sprinkling streets each water taker must confine himself to the front of his premises and half the width of the street thereof SEC 3 If proprietors of lumber manufactories halls hotels stores or public buildings who are regular customers from the works wish to lay large pipe with hydrant or hose coupling to be used only in case of fire they will be permitted to connect with the street main upon application to the Superintendent and under his direction at their own expense and will be allowed the use of water therefrom for fire purposes only SEC 4 In no case will service pipes be allowed to run across lots that is from one lot to another but must be taken from the mains v front of the premises or some point on the street adjacent to same except a provided in Section 14 of Article IV ARTICLE IX SECTION 1 Be it further ordained by the City Council of the of Lancaster that it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to injure damage molest obstruct or in interfere with the system of Water Works or any part thereof within the City of Lancaster belonging to said city or to injure damage molest or obstruct or in inter fere with the pipes hydrants valves or any part thereof or in interfere with the water therein or molest injure damage or interfere with the machinery or buildings connected with said Water Works or any part thereof in the City of Lancanster or belonging to said city and any person violating the provisions of this section shall upon conviction be fined not less than 500 nor more than 100 or imprisoned not less than ten nor more than fifty days both fined and imprisoned in the discretion of the Court or jury trying the case SEC 2 It shall be unlawful for person to go upon or tresspass upon the ground inside the inclosure or fence at or around the lake or to throw upon the ground or in the lake any filth rubbish or other material or shall in anyway injure the fence or grounds and any person who shall le guilty of a violation of section shall be fined not less than 100 nor more than 100 SEC 3 It shall be unlawful for any person to take or carry or use any water fiom any public or hydrant fire plug or other connected with the water mains except as in these ordinance and any person who shall be found of a of this section shall fined not less than 500 than 5000 SEC 4 person who shall be guilty of a willful violation of of these ordinances rules or regulations if the penalty be not otherwise provided for herein shall be not less than 100 nor than 100 SEC 5 All ordinances in with these ordinances are hereby repealed RVKiNNAiBi Mayor W B MASON Clerk v j it r I Eachadditional additionalwater 7HOSE in generaluses 000 J i lEI reserves Cit anyway or anyway anyway or an A libq I i additional ordinary yards found this away fixture violation nor more Any any more conflict test Nat 4- e Man poor man knows now that he is as much of a fraud as his weaker sister Mrs Linda Ross Wade has let the cat out of the coffee sack She has told 1000 women hearers that broad shouldered men are merely the result of good tailoring Not one In 70000 who are the admired of femi nine friends she says are what they seem from the outside of their spring suits And so th re you see man would better close his facial orifice when the subject of padding is up for discussion And padding was the ve ry subject tbat Mrs Wade lectured on before the St Louis bureau of the Dressmakers Association the other night Among other things she said fMen try to tell me that no woman broad shouldered men in St Louis who if they had the padded coats would be the whole thing It Is a nine times out of ten Is morally nice Its the unkept slovenly woman who is morally reckless If you want to pad pad It it will make you appear better pad Gowns are built to give nice effects to reduce or to give size to the form and if padding is wrong thats wrong If prdding is wrong then half the things that men and women do are wrong because we all t always are trying to appear different than we really are Dress yourselves as you please and if the men dont like it let them remedy matters Jumping Padereweki But this Is bold talk Still on second thought maybe it had better be swallowed qui etly Were reply made maybe Mrs Wade would demand to have to utter some more last words And anyway military coats are going out ot style Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAUD CIRCUIT COURT W N Carters Heirs Plff vs W N Carters Heirs Dfts By virtue of a judgment In theabove styled action rendered at the March Term 1U04 of the Garrard Cir cuit Court I will on MONDAY MAY 23 1904 publicly before the Court House door in the city of Kentucky sell to the highest and rC best bidder the following described real property lying and being In Gar rard county on the waters of Scotts Fork of Creek and bounded as followsBeginning at a stone at the East side of the Poor Ridge pike in the middle of the new county roadtnence leaving the pike and with the middle of said county road south Sit east 3 51 chains to a point at upper edge of road south 51i east 2 40 chains near middle south 32 east 285 chains near middle south 52J east 547 chains to a point in middle of road 9 feet south 3J west from a wild cherry tree north 32i east 3 chains north 40 east striking a branch 3 21 chains north east t chains to middle of road north 85 east 4 chains north 5U east 2 45 chains to Scotts Fork thence down same north 5 west 14 67 chains north 20 east 331 chains north 47 east 6 32 chains north 64J east 5 50 chains north 201 east 562 chains north 12i east 1127 chains to a point in middle of creek north 14 west 377 chains to a point in mfddle north 23 west 3 50 chains north 85 west 2 chains to a stone on the west bank of said creek corner to the Abe Ray tract now Pendleton thence leaving the creek and with said Pendleton up a drain south 53 west 2 66 chains south 87 west 570 chains s 84 w 450 chs to a point in said drain near a sugar tree thence south 74 west 1262 chains pass ing Pendletons corner to a stone thence with the calls of deed from W N Carter made in 18J4 now owned by lames L Simpson south 69i west 622 chains south west 5 20 chains to a stake at the fence south 52 west 2150 chains to a stake on a drain north 86 west 1660 chains to a stake on the east side of a drain corner to said Simpson and to Meade Teater thence with Teater up said drain along the east side of same south 7 west 430 chains south 41i east 18 chains to a stake on said drain south 2 west 215 chains to the middle of the PoorRidge pike thence with the middle of said pike south 83f east I CO chains north 81 east 6 chains to the north edge of metal of pike south 62 east 865 chains to north edge of metal south 32 east 206 chains to the beginning 214 acres 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 for said purchase money to the undersigned Master Com mis 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale until ing the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity and will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment the purchase moneyJ M ROTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R L Davidson Attorney for Plain tiff BLUE GRASS NURSERIESSPRING Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vinesRhubarbSmall fruits and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw berry and General Cata logue on application No agents Both phones 279 H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY National paddingoff neatlydressed I II opportunity LancasterGartard county 661 561 contain- Ing 1 security payable stoner bearing alien I SitS t S 8 S t everything t 4- f t t t r tt f L 1 i f l it i t k 0 tEjY f