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THE CENTRAL RECORDFIFTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 13 1904 e 0 ri MDMasR z PLUMBING Better have us do your plumbing now as there will be a rush later in the season ROOFING We defy anyone to make more liber al terms or do bet ter roofing work than we do GUTTERING Our facilities for putting up enable us to do the very best of work REPAIRINGWe pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are right We Are Now READ V with an immense line of FURNITURE and extend a cordial invita tion to the public to Call Our Stock Prices The Lowest Successors to JA Beazley 1 Co L DAVIDSON Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business SLIPPERS ForThe Newist Styles In Slippers Call At Our Store We Have Them In Patent Leather Tan Both Ties We Also Have a Nice Line of Plain Gauze and Drop Stitch Hosiery R L JENNINGS Paint Lick guttering J RH- ASHLDHN and InsDBci I r Hamilton Dunla R Attorney At o 1 an1 Straps o 11 e k- sv fl law t 4 L F1- K 0f local Interests The ladies will give an ice cream social the 20th W C T U meets every Saturday I evening at 3 oclock The Library is open Tuesday and Friday evenings and Saturday after Only 150 round trip to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Lancaster at 5 a m Those who attended the Masonic meeting at Preachersville say they were never entertained nor had a Fine Machinery Mr T B Creed of Winchester state agent for Carr Scott Co delivered to Leslie T Bradshaw a 18horse pow er traction engine and saw mill and to Dr Amon an engine of 35horse power and saw mill this week The machines will begin work at once one on Paint Lick and the other on Sugar Creek They arebighclass outfits Hon Goo Gilbert Announces The Hon George G Gilbert of Shel byville that he will make the race for renomination and to Congress from this district Mr Gilbert says he will enter upon an active campaign at once and will make at least six speeches in every county of the district To all of these ap pointments he will invite nents Mr Gilbert will stand on his official record Remember This Those using hose for street sprink ling purposes remember that they are only to throw to middle street not clear across It you sprinkle the entire street you are not only liable to fine for misuse of water but you will have to pay extra This is a sad blow to the fellow across the way who upon his neighbor keeping the dust down Some Nice Fish three years ago Mr John E Stormes placed a large number of bass minnows in the Ward pool on Lex ington street The water is posted and no fishing allowed so the fish have been uninterrupted A few days ago Mr Stormes decided to invest gate and he and Frank McMillen net and caught one They have grown rapidly and the pool is filled with them An effort will now be made to catch and place them in Lake Placid but how to do it is a proposition The Ward pool is fifteen or twenty feet deep the ledges such protection will prevent the use of seines There is no way to drain it so its up to the knowitalls to de vise means by which the bass can be captured will Close Out The Record regrets very much to an nounce the fact that Mr John M has decided to close out the stock of the Logan Dry Goods Co and will accept a position in another city He has been in business in Lancaster for many years and met with great sue cess but he has an offer of a place where the work is not so confining and at better pay Mr Logan Is one of the best business men Lancaster has He has been in the mercantile business all his life being on the road most of the time His experience in the big cities taught him that the on ly way to get business be uptodate was to advertise in newspapers and his liberal use of space in The Record proved his fine judgment in this way He is not a fence post or barn door advertiser but kept his business the people in a legitimate and business like manner The immense stock will be closed out at once or if a buyer can be found the stock will be sold in a lump It splendid opening for the right party School Exercises The class sermon will be preached to the graduates at the Presbyterian church next Sunday evening at eight oclock Rev E W McCorkle of Nich olasville will preach the sermon Class day exercises will be conducted at the Graded School chapel Thursday the 19th at 230 p m The commence ment exercises will take place in the Christian church Tuesday evening the 24th at 830 On Monday there will be a program given oy pupils from grades 1 2 3 4 and 5 Tuesday afternoon there will be anoth er program from pupils in grades 6 7 8 9 and 10 Wednesday there will be a school picnic on the lawn Mrs Belle Burnsides class will furnish music for all the entertainments ex cept the commencement exorcises at which time Mrs Taylor will render a program on the pipe organ at Chris tian church The Board of Education patrons and friends of the school are heartily invited to cooperate in all of these exercises and to lend their presence to the picnic on Wed nesday and by their baskets and pany to make this an occasion long to be remembered There will be enough of school work oral and written through the closing week to give some idea of what Is done during daily recitation and It is hoped that the week with its sparkle of wit and humor will draw teachers parents and pupils closer together and In this way revert to the future good of the school Come to every exercises and entertainment I noon mor I announces I reelection I his oppo I I water DAbout t tookadip I before isa I t royally better ime 8s must permitted figured affording Logan afternoon especially com scattered N 4 The Ladies Ajd Society of New Antioch church will give strawberry supper Saturday night June 4th A firecompany was organized Tues day night and the laddies are for a chance to show how they can handle the hose Lost dog collar with brass trim mings tax heck and name A IT Rices Bruzer Reward for return to The Record office No boys when a pretty girl turns her head it is not to dodge the smell of that drink you have just had but to keep you from smelling the spring onions she has just eaten at dinner Communion Services Communion services will be held at the Methodist church Sunday morning at usual hour Preparatory services will be held this Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock and Fridayevening at 730 K P Decoration Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias will hold its annual services on Sunday the 29th While full details have not yet been made it is more than likely that will be held at the Court House to conclude with decoration of graves They Can Have the Whole Shop CourierJournal In Louisville and the larger cities ot Kentucky the of these localities have general meetings Monday mornings in some pastors study but at Lancaster Ky they meet in the office of the Record where they are welcomed by the accomplished editor Louis Landram vice president of the Ken tucky Press Association Young Slier Dies Mr Mat Slier and family have deep sympathy in the death of their son Walter which occurred Tuesday The young man had been ill for only a few days suffering from an abscess in his throat He was a bright boy and had many friends among his acquaintances The blow is a heavy one to Mr Siler who buried his brother only last Monday Law Firm Dissolved The Times says the law firm of Bradleys Batson has been dissolved the result of an amicable agreement between the partners who found they could best conduct their practice Mr Batson will hereafter be associated with Mr Gary while Gov Bradley will continue for the practice alone Examination Examinations of pupils completing the common school course will at my office Friday and Saturday May 13 and 14 Examinations for for white teachers will be held at court house Friday and Saturday May 20 and 21 Examinations for for colored teachers will be held at court house Friday and May 27 and 28 513tf Mrs Elisa Walker Co Supt Splendid Musical Organlzntlon It will be good news to loversof fine music to learn that the famous Sax tons band has been completely and is now composed of the best of professional musicians While the inimitable Henry Saxton will lead and direct yet the management is in new hands and a band second to none in the South has been organized Any number of men can be furnished on short notice and those desiring the best music for all occasions should the Lexington Military Band and Orchestra Lexington Ky A few nights since the writer was in the telephone exchange and Ross Bastin who was at the board told us how some people in where more than one phone was on a line Now listen said he When I ring on this line count the receivers you hear taken down We did so and in less than a minute we distinctly heard four receivers come down Each knew it was not their ring out simply wanted to hear something which did not concern them This practice is as dishonora ble as that of listening through a key hole and any person who does the latter would graze goats on his grave John C Slier Suicides His many friends were greatly to learn of the suicide of John C Slier which occurred at his home Rowland Sunday Slier left no note of explanation and no cause of act can be learned About two years ago he engaged in a fierce pistol duel with Dr C Edwin Poyntz at Paint Lick Poyntz being killed and Slier receiving severe wounds from which he never fully recovered He married a daughter of the late James McCarley and was widely connected in Garrard county He moved to Lincoln only a short time since leaves a widow and one child The re mains were interred at the Lancaster Cemetery Monday morning An exchange says every little while we notice that some man fixed on a good farm sells and thinks he will look for a better country and after try ing the several gardens of Eden asset forth by real estate agents and corpor ations comes back to his old stamp ing ground and buys his old farm back at a good increase in price over that which he It is always best to rent the old place for a year or so andproepect You may want back I watching I decoration services min- Isters Lancaster afternoon present- to certificates Saturday reorganized address Disgusting rubbernecked r otherwise beheld certificates grandmas shocked nea thrash H received teems e r Going Out Of Business Of Dry Goods Notions Carpets Mattings Millinery Shoes Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods to be closed out at COST and less i than COST I have a business proposition offered me which I have decided to accept This will necessitate the closing out and winding up the business of The LOGAN DRY GOODS CO I want to do this as quickly as pos sible We propose to make prices that will move the stock rapidly This will be your opportunity to make a great saving on anything in our line This closing out sale will begin at once Fine Opening for some one to go in Business Anyone desiring to go in business can buy our stock of Merchandise Fixtures and lease on store room at reasonable price J M LOGAN Jll1Jt1LlflJIL 1l11 t1t JtIJ 11lJJJl r 9 THOUSAND DOLLARS 0 E rr Jf ti 20000TW- ETT Board of Health At a meeting of the Garrard county of health held at Dr Actons office April 20 1904 the following reso lotions were adopted In order to maintain the health of our city and to insure its prosperity it is necessary to enforce all sanitary laws regulating the public health Resolved that the Mayor of the city of Lancaster be ordered to have all garbage filth ash piles loose deft old papers etc from the public square principle streets and alleys of the city limits to a place prepared by the proper officers of the city for the dumping of said filth etc Resolved that business men doing business on the public square and prin ciple streets be prohibited from depos sting any filth garbage old paper ana ashes upon the street or public square under penalty for each offense after notification by the Chief of Police that they be required to prepare bar rels orboxes for the deposit of material and that said barrels or boxes shall be removed daily to some place beyond the city limits Resolved that the Mayor be request ed to enforce the town or city ordi nances of the town pertaining to the health laws Especially the law re the removal of hogs and hog pens on or before the 1st day of May of each year That the Mayor see to the enforce ment of the law requiring the ing of all privies and privy vaults out houses and other sources of filth We also command to the public in general that all fences outhouses etc be white washed with lime J M Acton Secty i J BKinnalrd Pres Hay Corn and Oats for sale Banks Hudson 513tf A light blue gold enameled dia mond brooch Leave at The and receive reward Spring cleaplng is the order of I day and the housewife Is oa the war path 1 5 board removed such- r quiring cleanse LOST k i Record office the Accepts Call Danville J M Brut left today for Horse Cave where he has accepted a call to the First Church of that place His friends will be sorry to learn of his leaving this section but wish him well in the new field of labor Crab Orchard Springs Dr E G Dick of Orchard Springs was here a few days since and made The Record office a most pleasant call He told us that everycent of profits has been applied to on the premises and the ap proaching season will find the and grounds in better shape than they have been for years The public will be delighted to learn that Mr and Mrs J B Willis will continue to run and manage the resort as they are the best managers that any sum mer resort ever had Another Successful Sale The second sale of lots held by Jas 1 Hamilton Saturday was as as the first About all are sold now and we look for some build ing to be done About thirteen were sold Saturday at an average of 150 They were bought by W S Beazley J C Thompson Dr Kinnaird George Wright Malcolm House and other good people who will see that another Battle Row is not allowed Work on the new street would begin at once but for the fact that at present the town is in close financial straits by reason of the construction of water works and the further fact that the people must pay a fl 000 damage suit mentioned in a recent issue of The Record Of course these obstacles will soon be and a goodsub stantial street made but it will be delayed as will also the macadamize ing of other streets until the judgment plaid It is the intention the City Council to push the Imat ter and thereby show the Buckeye people that their trade is appreciated The Record will urge the Council to effort to get the street completed and we believe they will jo I AdvocateRev Baptist C r a b improvements build- Ings satisfactory overcome of every dc ill now pat forth a NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR SENSATIONAL Unlimited Choice of the House at Manufacturers Cost- If you are in need of Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc you should call at once before your size is gone Bring the CASH with you as we will under any circum stances let any goods go out of hove unless they REPAID FOR H T LOGAN SLAUGHTER l t r SALE not GelrhrThe Habit Joseph Mercantile Co I 14 L vVQ QOt t Thlog e to I II I l OWv4it7w9V J4 cia44x4 r4 fi I Our Bargains fttra6t 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 learned that we give them honest val ues in every sale Just now we are making big drives on Table Linens Towels Napkins Counterpanes Dont fail to see our superb lines of Muslin Underwear Gowns Skirts Drawers Corset Covers etc Lovely lines of New Lawns Bat iste Dotted Swiss and many other articles to numerous to mention Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED Hollie II III I IIIIIIIIU I 11111 II I II j I have r t IIII made see Itf Screen Doors Screen Refrigerators Ice I Cool ers Cream Freezers c JH1SflOfN ROBINSON t o QURUARANTEH1 It cleans the Clothes Best Machine Call and Wind ws0 oxen rater Ice Our prices are low i Ufa n- Y Y QgNTBAL KEQQBO LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Putt Office in Laneatter Moil Ifaiter Lancaster Ky May 13 1904 The latest of the many moves to drive capital out of Kentucky is the to burden the both State and National with more taxes In Garrard and several adjoining more suits have been brought to tax the banks on some pretext which if sustained by the courts will work a hardship on the institutions to cause those having mon ey invested therein to seriously the plan of their money in investments in other States where overtaxation is all right and prop er for banks to pay taxes on what is and liable but the recent fight made on the institutions looks more like persecution than carrying out the law as one person connected with the matter We frequent hear and Ing about developing the re sources of Kentucky Thats all good but where is the money to come from if every dollar is taxed and retaxed until it is almost a bur den to have a dollar The railroads have been taxed to the limit yes over the limit yet there is a howl for more railroads Now the fight is turned to the banking business and as stated it it is kept up monied men will be forced to their coin in other states Some banks like people are unreasonable in their ings it is a bad idea to make good suffer for the misdoings of the bad Banks are a necessity and a convenience to men and tar mers and the more the better The establishment and mamtalnance of both banks and railroads is the duty of the people and we trust the fight against them will be called off If enough money to maintain the state government cannot be raised by the usual manner of taxation the Grand Old Commonwealth had better shut up shop The project to make of hall in Philadelphia a heroes is a form of patriotic central zation to which state pride will never assent says an eastern writer Would AdustCould Virginia be induced to let the remains of Washington leave Mount Vernon or Boston conset to the pa triotic desecration of Copps Hill or of the Old Granary burying ground where lies The heroes serve a better sentimental use in their present resting places Ham of Wall street hard by his old home is more to New York than to Philadelphia Paul Revere a days journey from Faneuil hall and the old North church would figuratively be out of his sphere of patriotic influence They are best they He both as stimulating local remembrance and objective points for summer Many manufactories are prohibiting the use of union labels on their goods and many employers are beginning ignore the labor nave none to blame but themselves for this as they have car ried the union question extreme and to use an old expression labor is all right when the or ganization is for the purpose of help the sick and but when itcomes to dictating to employers its time to a Spring has lingered 1n the lap of winter until winter must have corns worn upon her knees Theoft quoted oldest Inhabitant says the worst of all the weather has been bit ter cold some days a handshake temperature It is that a is organized at Lexington with 50 A thoroughly reliable and industrious servant is a scarce article these days and one who can be depended upon would easily command a salary of 50 000 a year The Kentucky editors have all sorts of nice invitations for entertainment at the Worlds Fair and a splendid trip is ahead Kentucky editors have done more for the show than have the quilldrivers of any other state however and are entitled to the best in the shop One of the Worlds Fair attractions is the largest and most powerful searchlight in the world President Paul Moore has it for the week the Kentucky editors attend and will it to find and bring in the scribes who get lost in each days shuffle A man has been sent to the peniten tiary in Minnesota for stealing a Thats Had he stolen the entire railroad or robbed its treasury he would have been given a size chromo and henceforth fed on the fat of the land Curt Jett the mountain desparado has decided to dismiss his appeal for trial and serve out the sentence of life imprisonment At the comple tion of the term he will be scorched for other crimes If St Louis hotel managers ue the present rates we poor folks attend the Fair will to live on our accustomed diet viz stewed prunes The price of sugar continues to advance few upward bounds in theprice of this ingredient and the festive Kentucky Colonel will beforced to straight A Chicago policeman lost his in church The ser mons up must be exception to cause a tosleep so soundly Made YoHUg APIa One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Tur ner of Dempseytown Pa the best in the world for and Bowels Purely Never gripe Only 25c at Drugstore 1m 1 d ac ed ng i rte Ih counties consider It will not be completely kliled by just ly t t Independence revolutionary ilton in Trinity cemetery at the head pilgrimages to work- Ing tOan themselves with theIr own Or- ganizedI ling prolonged BradleyYerkes be- Ing Importing use locomotive anew thatway Yre Xyal cond Clare so hang reachl ray con betarc- ed of Liver St m- ach yegta McRobe ale an tin r o tile y of a ed in of att a t short visit Mr and Mrs Dunn have return two weeks visit to friends Louisville Miss Mayme Lee Ballard will leave Friday fora visit to Miss Lucy Kerr Middletown Mr and Mrs D been vis Jting their daughters Mrs Ike Dunn and Clay Dunn Miss Allie Dunn of Hamilton Col spent a few days with her father Mr John Dunn last week Mr Colby T Jenkins has returned from Ashland where he attended the State Convention of the Maccabees Miss Jennie Burnside who has been College is home in a few for the summer vacation Childrens Day services will be held at the Methodist church Sunday night at this place An in teresting program been arranged and everybody is invited to attend also preaching In the morning at the regular hour by Rev MABKSBURY Mr Speed Boner of Danville was with friends here Sunday Mr Hughes of Stanford has been visiting relatives here Aldridge spent Sunday in Lancaster with relatives Mrs J W Woods who has been quite sick Is reported better at this writing Miss Sallie Herring spent lest week with her Mrs V M cellos Miss Aggie Bourne and niece of Bettis attended services at the Fork church Sunday A little son came as a permanent resident to the home of Mr and Mrs Kinnaird Bourne on May 4th Rev Stallings has begunpreaching a series of sermons at the Fork church on Sunday mornings on What Baptists Believe While plowing on the farm of H D Aldridge Pollard plowed up mole which curiosity Itwas white with a black around its neck Those who saw it say itwas a beauty and they never saw one like it before A few nays Mr Millard Rout had the misfortune to be kicked by a mule Mr R was much frightened at first and thought he was badly but was glad to find his Inju ries were not serious and he is now able to be out IlitYANTSVlUjK Mr It II rellu has returned utter ndiiitf a law days iu Somerset MM W M Elllutv has returned afteru visit to relatives Lick Miss Ida Shearer of Nicholasvllle visited her sister Mrs Ben Mullins last week Prof Milton Elliott and T C Adams A TRIBUTE Lexington has been busy in this community bringing and to many hearty In the long line of processions to the City of the Dead during the week the body of Mrs Landram was borne and on a sunny slope of an evergreen bill was laid to rest by gen tie hands beneath a mound of She was cut off in the prime of womanhood after many years of in validism yet her deeds of kindness of hospitality and of mercy were not measured by the sufferings of the bo dy She was beloved by the young people whom she made welcome at all times and her generous spirit never lacked objects upon whose wel orous Intellect superior musical shill and was a constant reader and a fine literary critic Her fund of bu mor was irreslstable and few her readiness of wit and repartee She diffused about her a degree of magnetism that made her companion ship agreeable and the she made were friends for life When the were mobolized near Lexington during the Spanish warMrs was a most untiring worker as a member of the Relief Society She was at camp early and doing whatever was required for the suffering soldiers her own frail health in to their necessities Her en erty was unflagging and the useful of career was limited only by her physical infirmities The came at sunrise in her ty home in Davidson Court after a weeks illness during which her won dertul recuperative powers finally cumbed Surrounded by ones her probation was over and the mys teries of the unseen world opened to her departed spirit There is no death The stars go down to rise upon some fairer shore And bright in heavens jeweled crown they shine forevermore rpe see this tribute paid is a satis faction to one who knows truly what the of this lovely gave of help and encouragement in homes where work fatigue and the need of friends was most deeply felt The funeral services for Mrs Were but beautiful and Im pressive conducted at her home by Rev O Kirkwood of the Sec ond Presbyterian church and Dean Lee of Christ Church Cathedral A quartet from the Second Presbyterian of which Mrs was a faithful member sang Lead Kindly Abide With Me Mm ams sang as a solo Sometime Well Understand Mrs Dun husband Mr Wood G is the highest officer in the Elks Lodge and the pall bearers from his friends in the Elks as follows W P Kimball F Elkin John R Allen Alex G Morgan George C Mor Charles Kerr Elks also who came from other cities to attend the funeral were From Lancaster Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Mrs John Gashwiler of Danville Mrs A J Alexander of Woodburn Col ford of Nicholasvllle Judge Bnrnside of Lancaster B In the spring of 1901 my children had whooping cough says Mrs of Capps Ala I used Cham berlains Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results I think this is the best remedy I have ever seen for whooping cough This remedy keeps the cough loose lessens the severity frequency of the coughing spell and counteracts any tendency town pneumonia For sale by Store In A n at Paint Lexin ton were here last week for J H from n have expected The L B N Rice at Mar W M crippled LeaderDeath sorrow flowers giftedby possessed min- Istering su thoughtfulness woman LIght Ad Sometime gnu flowersAmong WlImore and Mr Bu Whooping Ii w e 0 r7 leg A f c s app e ending MrT merican oldiers ness i Mess and B Cough and Friable a G in I on In ken Try to In with the Ica hulh1 oii i From the C News the spring my wife and I were a with aiarrhoea and so severe Jhe pains we called a physician who prescribed for us but his inedi cines failed to give any relief A friend who had a bottle of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea gave each of us a dose and we at once felt the effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire con tents we were entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found every household H C Bailey This remedy is for sale by Fris bies Drug Store 1m JD C FOR Perfection Oil Cook Stove We have them all sizes al prices Guaranteed to give satisfaction Come and see them the brand Perfection and the Place CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky poi I Chapin S T rly I I I I Remedy- on Editor Reads Warm Weather Buy a Fund fw vwr wets hit Rem lber THE EYES and their 4 f tenths of the head aches supposed to come 4 from stomach trouble or neuralgia are caused by eye strain Glasses should be worn as soon as the first Jindication of failing sight or eye strain is noticed 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 16 17 and 18 where he can be consulted at the New Mason Hotel We recomend Mr Rasmussen to you and make the following offer Any glasses purchased from him which not prove satisfac tory after two weeks trial may be returned and will be refunded We beleive our business reputation is a sufficient guarantee for the above statement Examlna T 4 Louisville Ky 1 DEFECTS- Nine demand i freeJohn it 0E10 f0 I iri0 0 i0t00J McWhorter Estridge 1IIiJ PAINT LICK KY I Ir11 a o Y t- Q I Q r Q- QQQI QQQQQQQQQ Z2 t The Hanan Shoe at McWhorter Estridge Full line just received m Irm 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 I Ifi I Fil rn IiJ I Fil t r i Q o t I 1 t 0 a I agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville flor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf Gaines isIC Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet Potatoe plants three firstclass Cellery plants Joseph Faul coner 429 tf Plants P Mastic Paint GUARANTEE it refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory Z1TZUSE We We McROBERTS DRUGGIST IUJE AUoit How many people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the ten nearest correct answers to that question The Royal Tailors of Chicago are going to give away ten high grade automobiles including both touring cars and runabouts ranging in price from 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 was2i48oi4i to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 St Louis 1904 you say us take your order now for your new spring suit 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 novelties something sure to please you in both pattern and price always the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed Ti earlyestimates Let f c JtY L C t t CALL ANDSE- EJ C H E MPrHI L K nw WORE YOUR j CORN RIGHT GET A CULTIVATOR OF PostleDont Contract For a Mowing Ma chine Until You See THE PLftNO- I LightRunning Noiseless Just It3 K F Postle 1 New Spring Millinery If you are seeking something new IJ something pretty something different Jfc from what all your friends are wearing HEltE IS WHERE YOULL FIND IT jnff Iy Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store ly Mrs Jno Lear U First door below Citizens Bank Danville st K rgJfylijJ 10XffjJ r fjfg I I I I I fjJJljJ1rfflliJ0Jl1fflIJJiYJJ Wff 1fKQ11J 9B fOOl Make tI F rffi1 U i v o r t r d rIi ti mii r C C1Cn1a C1 1 C Q 0 PERSONALS Shelby Tribble of Jellic was here SundayMiss West is visiting friends in Winchester Miss Joan Mount has recovered from her recent illness Mrs George Bruce has returned to her home in Danville Mrs K F Postle has been quite ill but is reported better Miss Mattie Thompson is in Stan ford visiting relatives Mr W R Marrs of Knoxville was here a few days this week Miss Lizzie Brown attended the C E Convention at Glasgow Mrs Ophelia Dunn is visiting her sister Mrs Edward Perkins Great Our announcement of sale of ReadyTo Wear Hats at Cost brought many buyers to our store We have a uum ber left however which goat actual cost while the stock lasts We have just received other shipment of Elepnt Pattern Hats which we offer at surprising Theyre beauties The jVUlliiien Store 5 Miss ADA DICKEHSON PRO j Stormes Bldg Danville st X Success E ly low prices Call and see our goods Dont forger the stock Handsome BELTS we have 1VIarvel iliU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U r 1 I f 1 1 nrnrnrnrnrnrnrnrxnrnrnr- v v rJr asr acTif I r o- fE 4000004444044 1 1x Miss Margurite Kinnaird a few friends Friday evening Mr and Mrs Fisher Gaines of Dan vile were visitors here Sunday Mr and Mrs Ike Hamilton are their daughter of Beuna Vista Mr Fitch of Nicholasville was the guest of Miss Alice Walker Sunday Mr Jacob Joseph attended the Mac cabee convention at Bowling Green Miss Nellie Peyton spent several days with her mother in Lexington Mr Lewis West of Louisville was visiting his mother Mrs Jennie West Mrs Emma Kauffman has returned a visit to relatives in Iluston ville Miss Virginia Goodloe has been visi ting Miss Pearl Conner of Fredricks burgMiss Lucretia Skinner has returned from a visit to her parents in Beuna Vista Mrs James B Kinnaird and children are in Cincinnati visiting Mrs R G Ward Hon Len Hudson of Boyle county visited Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson SundayMrs C McFarland will arrive for a visit to her sister Mrs R A BurnsideMr Mrs John Francis of Bards town have been visiting and family Marshall Denny who has been the Dental College in Louis ville is at home Miss Theo Hemphill of Hamilton college Lexington was at home for a few days this week Uncle Dave Arnold has returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs Mag gie Folger of Nicholasville Mr Ed Doty and Miss Mattie Mae Robinson have been visitors of Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus Mrs Sam Haselden has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Duncan of Nicholasvllle Mr and Mrs N Miller and son Willie are visiting their daughter Mrs Elsener of Charleston W Va entertained visiting today MrJoe Francis attending Joseph from Miss Tine Jolimmi und Mis J 8 Joinson and little daughter Florence have returned from Madison where they have been visiting relatives Mr Joe Haselden who has been en gaged in life insurance business at Richmond has located in Lexington connected with the Haselden tilter company Dr S C Askenstcdt and wife Louisville are guests of Misses Fanhie and Betsev Myers West Mr and Mrs 0 T Wallace announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Jane Gregg to Dr Calvin Grier Todd of Belton S C The marriage will take place at the home of the brides parents in the early part of June McCREARY Mrs Rolinda Hill has been quite ill Miss Dell Ray is visiting Mrs Porter WearenAunt Bettie suffering with la grippe Miss Nell Bourne was quite sick last week but was able to be out Sunday The Ladies Aid Society of the church met with Sirs Davis Sutton last week Cecil Broaddus and Earl Simpson are visiting Ed Simpson and wife at Crab Orchard Mesdames Amelia and Alice Ray and Miss Ruth Ray of Buckeye were visitors of Mrs J T Hard in last week Miss Lillie Mae Sutton entertained her friends last Saturday A nice was served and all went hume happy The Ladies Aid Society of the New Antioch church are to meet at the church Thursday and all members are requested to be present Miss Lillie Warner entertained the Hill Billy club Wednesday night A large crowd was and busi ness of importance was transacted Twin boys were born to the wife of J T Ilardin on the Cth One died and was buried in the Lancaster cemetery Saturday afternoon The other has been named Albert Ray Miss Mary Simpson died at her home near here last Friday evening at 4 oclock She was a daughter of Tames and Lucy Simpson and was IS years old She leaves a mother father grandmother four sisters and one brother She will be greatly missed by her friends The remains wore buried at Buckeye cemetery Saturday afternoon AN OPPORTUNITY TO EARN 12000 1000 Gives One The Right To The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder Lexington Ky otters an opportunity to those who are familiar with the thoroughbred to earn 12000 in which is novel in its conception and which should gain for that paper a large circulation It offers 12000 to those who can select the horses which finish one two three in the order in which they finish in the Brooklyn Handicap which will be run on Thursday the 2Gth of May Two thousand dollars of this is to be divided among the lirst three who select these horses correctly 1000 to the first 750 to the second and 250 to the third Ten thousand dollars is to be among all those who matte correct selections and in case there is only one who makes a correct selection the full12COO will be awarded to him in case there is no correct selection the full 12000 will be given to him or those making the nearest correct se lection The contest closes on the 25th of May the day the Brooklyn is run and all selec Lions must be in the ollice of The Farmer and Breeder at Lexing ton Ky at that time Those who desire the best farm and turf paper published in Kentucky as well as the opportunity to earn the large sums r offered by this enterprising paper should send their selections in at once g The only condition to take part in the contest is that one shall send 100 to The Kaniucky Farmer and Breeder for six months subscription each six months subscription entitles the sub scriber to a separate selection 132t To The Ladles It is my intention to carry over no stock and in order to dispose of our readytowear stock as quickly as we have decided to today Friday and sell every readyto wear hat at actual cost This will give the ladies some rare bargains and as we are the first to inaugurate the cost sales in Millinery we trust the ladies will come at once and take advantage of the remarkably good opportunity Our line of pattern hats is complete and we also call attention to them Our trade has been very good indeed this Spring and we want to show our by offering the public which have never before been put in their reach Marvel Millinery Store Miss Dickersoc Stormes Block I I I t f off f Layton Buckeye dinner Contest a divided Wednesday before Kentucky possible r bargains contest ROMANS ELMORE wri IfrfJffl1i f G G afr JIr JG If1 4Affr f Ir JG- LJ 0 I BuggiesSurries Phaetons Runabouts Q BUCKBOARDS and BREAK CARTS in all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We can fit you out with any kind oi vehicle fSSf you want and our prices are low See our stock and you will be pleased We sell the Kauffman Columbus Mayer Brookway M Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc y See our HARNESS and save money Remember we have j Old HickoryWagons Remember that we can sell you the best work made if you want it and we can show you biggest assortment of medium priced vehicles in the city i I Waterton I m 1c IiI I the 1 To save a life Ur TG Merritt of Xo Mchoopany Fu made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure lie writes A patient was attacked with hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Elec tric Bitters excellent for acute and troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are posting ly guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indiges tion Constipation and Kidney troub les Try them Only 50c at McRob erts Drug Store 1m BEUNA VISTA The baby of Mr and Mrs R P Ison is critically ill Thomas Poor and wife of Burgin spent Saturday with relatives here Mrs Ed Aldrich and children of Covington are visi ing relatives here Virgil Wilds who has been ed at in Cincinnati is at ScottWill Evans student at Danville visited the home folks Saturday and SundaySeveral of our people attend ed the revival at Bethel in Jessamine Sunday night Mr and Mrs Ison Hamilton of are visiting their sou anddaughter Rev Waller of Maysville preached two excellent sermons at the Presby terian church Sunday Ilollis Ransdall came down from Richmond last week to attend the funeral of Mrs Ison Curd John wife of and Charles Duncan of Danville were guests at Wm Askins Sunday Mrs Albert Skinner was summoned lust Tuesday to the bedside of her sis ter Lincoln county Her sister has since died Mr Anderson Bowlin and wife Misses Hampton of Marcellus attended here Sunday and dinewith MrsSpilman Mrs Eigle Camp of Covington of Danville spent Friday with Mrs Chas Scott Mrs S accompanied them to Danville Will and Tom Askins accompanied by their cousin Floyd o Missouri arrived Sunday being called by the illness of Miss Elizabeth Askins who is very ill her home in Richmond Wednesday night May 4th after an of a few months Her body was brought here Thursday via of and morninir at litOlivet burying ground Funercl sere vices conducted by Rev Green of Bur buried on her eighth wedding annivernary She was a patient sufferer and left evidence of readiness to meet her Father A husband two child en mother two brothers and three sistersare left to mourn their loss PREACH KKSY1LLE B F Robinson was here last week buying lambs W D Elmore bought a horse fromW B Ragan for D 51 Anderson sold the wool from130 sheep for per Ib Mr Geo went over to Lancaster on business Saturday Mr G W Evans who has been hous ed all winter is out again Miss Kate Payne was visiting herbrothers first of the week Miss Marie Joseph of Lancasterwas Fannie and EllaThompson Sunday Rev W C Hutchins had a very interesting meeting at Whites schoolhouse last at 3 p in J J Thompson sold 00 hogs to for 4 07 J H Thompson IS and A J Thompson 26 to some for417 lIon Helm the very popu lai candidate for Congress in trio was here last Saturday in the interest of his race Hes a hard worker and a strong man per and there was of provis ions left J L Kennedy says he ate a gallon of ice cream and fourteen sau sages much beliked by all He McCarley who with two children him lIes in the hands of a God Mr JT Jackson visited his mother at Hickman last week Mr S W Creech was called to Dan ville last week on business Uncle Joe new house will soon be ready to move into Mrs W T Watson has been very sick with roseola but is better at this wri ting Mrs J T Jackson who has been sick for some time is greatly improved in Lane is visiting her daughter Mrs Wm of Mad ison county Willie Prather who went to Illinois last spring has returned home and is sick with measles Tobacco plants have been greatly injured by the cold dry weather they will therefore be Mrs T E Wheeler has returned to her home here after a visit of three weeks to her daughter at Hamilton Ohio The cistern at the school house has been is now hoped there will be no more complaint about water for the school Our Sunday school Is not doing much in the way ot progress Now if we the members of the church dont attend our school will not Sick headache results from a dered stomach and is quickly cured ay Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets For sale by Frisbies Drug The Danville Steam Laundry wash everything but the Smith Currey Agts I SIarllul Teat stomach liver I Shill tos home hasbeen joun AsklnsaH and and sympathizing 0 22c storekeeper visitingvjsltin this Dis attended Sundaysur- vive Merciful I healthAunt Emeline scearce completedIt brethren prosper I Live S ore 1m tt t Lancaster Sarah Hen married Alis NINd din 0 f ry r Business and Bargains Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Millet seed for sale Hanks Hudson 4ltf Wanted 90 brakes tf R M West During Mrs Florence Bacons ab sence Sempore Giovine can be found with Miss Grace Kinnaird 429tf Parlor suits bed room suits dress ers etc at bottom prices Hamilton Dunlap 5Gtf No one will leave my place of bust ness with a suit that is not ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY J C Hemphill 3 35tf We want your paint business if quality and prices get it 422Ct Frisbies y Store For Sale Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street R A Stone Lancaster Ky Graphite Roof Paint is the best and cheapest Paint you par use on your roof We guarantee last 5 years 4 22 Gt Drug Store I am inthe market hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan E M West 34tf Choice Hemp Seed A few bushels of the Kentucky Riv er bottom Preston Hemp seed for sale Call on J C Hemphill Lancas ter or Gabe Preston Stone Ky Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tt Automobile Free The Royal Tailors will give 10 Auto mobiles to their customers absolutely free Each customer stands an equal chance to get one see J C Ileinpliill who will tell you all about it 3 We have a line of the freslrest i best cakes ever brought to Lane tf Currey DavioV We have Jap Varnish Stains Enamels Floor Baiit House Paint White Lead LinseedOil Turpentine Colors in oil and b st line of Brushes ever shown in Lancaster 422 Gt Drug StOle House Cleaners Attention As the season for Spring Cleaning is at hand you will need Amonia Acid Sponges Chamois Bed Bug Killer Moth HullsPaints Vat nishes and brushes have these and at the lowest prices we will promptly Gt Frisbies Drug Store Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Buggy Harness bargains 4 22tf Mount Elkin Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 5Gtf Please call and settle your accounts 429 tf Beazley Faris Japalac varnish makes old furni ure new At Thompsons tf Plants Plants Plants Geo Smith You take no choicte In using our paint It is the best paint made and if it does not give we will refund your money else could you ask 4 22 Gt Store We are prepared to do the very best roof painting and will do the work when promised No delays or about our work Leave or CharleyBall We handle the very best furniture pianos picture moulding in fact ev erything kept in a upto the minute establishment Give us a 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 i without the aid of drugs that is cot understood by any one if you will call at my office I will take pleasure in explaining to you I go out and treat patients the same as other physi clans 4ltf Hemp Seed FOP Sale I have about ISO bushels of the importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post office Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks Wardrobes folding beds etc at Hamilton 5Gtf German millet seed Mount El kin 56tf We have German Millet seed oats and corn choice nicely cleaned Cul tivated hemp seed on liberal terms tf II A B Son German millet seed Mount El kin 5 6tf Brown cultivators Mount El kin 5Gtf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson Get your plants from Geo Smith The best ever Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4Itf Refrigerators hammocks etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 5Gtf 422 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 56tf We have the very best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Marksbury Son If you ae going your house roof barn or any thing else we can supply your wants for paint of every description at best 422 tf Drug Store who a Royal Tailor suit stands a chance to get an absolutely free Go and see J Hemphill who will explain it to you 325 tf I will give my entire time to the Merchant Tailoi ing business this sea son If possible give better satis tion ever before 325tf JC Hemphill hemp count g tf or ter C Frisbcs Carbolic Ve all of Telephone usyour deliver c IOn WI t Frisbie s dissatisfaction diseases ate 34 tf to pa t es Fris I Everyone Automobile v 325 warehouse d C a l order C C sari Drug lirst class C C Du laps S S S Ss kin f than jWWTOWWTOttMiF j A CONIT J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros I J i11tl1iRiif111 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 a bad liver or the hundred and one ill 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 in line condition by using Greens August greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a 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 thus insure you a supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all gists 1 Aug remedy Flowerthe certain liberal dru For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate Congress in the lion ted tf I For Congress t We ere authorized to announce lioN HARVB HELM of Loncoln county as a candidate for Congress In the district subject to theaction of the Democratic party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI cratic For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B is a candleate for of Public Schools in Garrvrd Co subject to the action of the democratic party E as a candidate for nomination for Attorney subject to action of the Demo party For Public Schools We are authorized to annouuce Miss Mittie Dunn us a candidate for nomination for intendent Common Schools for Garrard coun to the action of the Democratic par ty for to succeed I I I CountAttorney tf AttorneyWe County tysubject sNuN tiNsNiNNNINININIMNIIN Democratic Robin- Son 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 well My method is simple rational and especially suited 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 Method DEVELOPMENT STRENGTH HEALTH Are you nervous Try this method Too fleshy Reduce by using 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 If you are well keep well by using this system If ill cure yourself and remain cured- I shall be in Lancaster during the next few daysfor the purpo se and instructing classes for men and boys My system new and ever It has been placed in most ot the cities and towns of importance throughout Kentucky and is pronouned by some as being superior to any other method of similar character surpassing the methods of such authorities as Swoboda Macfadden and others of national repute Yours for health CURTIS ADAMS Physical Director KEYNOTEGeneral Development and Good Health Good health is worth everything A house wellpainted is forbusiness andoffice sweepLancaster oforganizing AN rECONOMY Not a Luxury A house painted with a cheap paint is expensive The cost of applying it is the same as with a good paint You cannot afford to let your house go unpainted Neither can you afford to use a cheap paint Rainbow Paint is the Very Best Paint it is Possible to Make POSITIVE GUARANTEE We han dle everything pertaining to paints Let us have your business it will be appreciated STORE We sell fton a SH I LI 1 DRUG Eli I ii 1 Land Stock Crops Corn is not good regular diet for mires in foal Oats rye and pastures are progress ing moderately well Very little corn was planted during last week that previously planted Is coming up slowly A bushel of wheat by actual count has been found to contain 869720 graius Sheep may be raised with profit es they will feed on weeds which few other animals will eat Keep horses well groomed and clean and their skin will remain healthy while the appearance of their hair will add to their value A good way to settle the disputes with your neighbors over your turk eys is to mark each one some night with any good make of leg bands Fruit is not quite so badly damaged as was at first though but there will be a very small crop Some early va rieties oi strawberries are injured It is said that between 700 and 800 hogsheads of tobacce would cover the combined stocks of both the and Louisville markets This is the lowest record since 1884 Advices from Mexico indicate that sufficient be raised in that country tosupyly the home demand Last year 1200000 bushels were im ported into Mexico from the United StatesThose who covered their strawberry vines with leaves last fall or other litter should watch them closely at this time of year and as soon as the plants begin to grow the litter should removedBeef when dehorned may be shipped a great distance with possibil ity otthem injuring one another re duced to the minimum Owners of herds should bear this in mind when assorting calves for future markets Tobacco plants are small but doing fairly well in the northern counties they are very late just coming up in some beds Reports indicate tbat plants will be scarce in some local ties Ilodgenville Burch of Athertonville have closed one of the largest cattle deals ever made in the county They sold to HatterMat tingly Co of the Bouobon Louisville 343 head of fat averaging 1100 pounds at from 425 to 450 per hundred The total amount of the sale will exceed 820000 It pays in the long run to plant young Uees It of coursetakes more time but there is the advantage of being able to train them to any desir ed shape If large trees are it is generally necessary to much of the top and that injures their value and You cannot have everything in one fowl Examples of good general fowls are the Plymouth Rockand Wyandotte They are equal to the Shojthorn in cattle They are for meat production and pretty good for egg production Probably better maat producers can be found on the one hand and more prolific laying on the other but none are better as general purpose fowls Advices from Washington show the exports or flour from the United States during the year 1903 to nearly 20000000 barrels were asa Cincinnati wheati will HeraldFord Stock- Yards cattle transplanted cutaway permanently appearance purpose good specialists that amounting I d i cr Nature dates womanhood from the period when the womanly func tion is established so that little women are schoolgirls shopgirls etc And therein lies a most important in a womans life the mental of study the phys ical effort of labor are doubly at this season and coupled or ignorance are often responsible for irregularity and oth er womanly ailments Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion may be relied upon to carry the woman safely through this period as it does through mater nity the later change of life This great medicine establishes weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Two years daughters health Green Co Wis Everything that could be thought of was done to her but it was no use She kept and I gave thinking she must I must Doctor that only for your Favorite Prescription my daughter would have been When she had taken onehalf bottle the natural function was established and we another one only two ered Since then she is as as can be 4 I natures danger This period is one of the exhausting withneglect began to writes Mrs Dan ol n failing ve bought bottles in all and she completely recov O AVkiFIIEE n C8111 S r at oar V UjLWCN D a Is Md- MaI M pap cr I- aIt FsI of x aiIin A4dsc Di R PIui- ufiaIiILY the largest in the history of our corn merce In 1892 akd 03 the exports of Hour were worth more than in 1903 although the quantity for each of these years was less The figures for 1903 in detail are as follows Total barrels of flour exported 19551411 value 75188050 The exports of wheat for the same period amounted to 59320441 which indicates that considerably more than half of our surplus wheat was made into flour being shipped abroad Total sales of leaf tobacco on the Louisville market January 1 to April 30 1904 were 51487 hhds against 53 670 hhds sold during correspondin peried last year Rejections Jan 1st April 30th this year were 5528 hhds against 9558 hhds rejected corresponding period last year Of the total sales 32521 hhds were Mur ey and 18965 hhds were dark tobrco Up to close of April this year we had sold 4326s hhds of the 1903 crop a gainst 62518 hhds of 1902 crop sold up April 30th last year Total reccpts Jan 1 to April 30 04 were 37995heds against 41497 hhds received during corresponding period last year Total stocks held at this market onApril So 1904 were 12119 hhds on date last year Stocks were during April 2622 hhds Pastures are injured more by keep ing the stock on the land too long than from any other cause If eaten oft too closely the grass is more in winter and if the ground is too bare in summer the blades and roots of the plants will be scorched during a very dry season If enough grass is left to protect the soil and cover it the pastures will be more productive Pastures frequently become by the constant grazing when an occasional rest and an application of fertilizer will not only renew them but largely incaease the yield of grass Many of the more common digestive troubles or the horse are directly traceably to some imperfection of the teeth Neglect of these often leads to imperfect mastication condition irritability digestive disturbances and eye derangements When dentition goes on regularly the colt gets 16 new teeth eight in each jaw between its second and 3rd years Therefore the mouth should be often carefully examined at this period and all irregularities adjusted If the colts system seems to be in a languid condition this will retard dentition and should be remedied by extra especially of oats Do It Todav The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perLaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO let that remedy be Dr Bos chees German Syrup which has been in use for 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 con sumption has attackad your lungs Jerman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of size iSo At all druggists 1 Aug Kind words are cheap but often they accomplish more than money I I total before to during to corresponding reduced exposed exhausted impoverished DAYand trouble l I ide d- Ing Stands for Bread- and very good bread if the bought at Currey Our bread can be relied upon as much J as the cup defender Reliance liB breads DaYi sons h is just about ovet Sam Morfurd bjuglit 4 young mule of Joel Marsee for John F Marsee of Marksbury visited relatives here last week Job Marsee who has been quite sick for the past week is improving slowly Mrs Mollie and son Loten preaching at Scotts Fork last Sunday Misses Edna and Leola Scott of Mt Hebron spent Sunday with the Hamm Miss Buela Huffman of Marksbury was the guest of Miss Lucile Ledgear last Sunday Miss Rovesta Lee Turner spent last week with her sister Mrs Noe Marsee LancasterMisses Duncan and Lucy Mar see visited Miss Vallie Duncan Satur day night and Sunday Mr 7 T Upton and wife of Danville were guestsof his sister Mrs J Marsee Saturday and Sunday Little Misses Mamie Lee and Ro vesta Marsee of Lancaster returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit with their grand parents Mr and Mrs Tom Turner STONE C W Mitchell sold 125 bushels of wheat at 110 per bu We are glad to see Mr James out after quite a spell of sickness Misses Mabel and Lula Crutchfield spent Sunday with Miss Maude Miss Flora Wiley visited her sister Miss Bessie Harden has been visit he aunt Mrs Wm Scott of Nich olasville Miss Jewell Sanders has returned from a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Willie B Pierce of Ilyattsville We ae glad to see Mrs Ellen Lit trell able to return home after two months illness at the home of her son Mr Lige Ray of Buckeye Mr George Sympson died at the home of his father Mr Mike Sympson at 2 oclock Sunday of that dread consumption His were to rest at Buckeve Sunday evening at four oclock He leaves a and mother and sev r al brothers and sisters to mourn his lofifi We extend our sympathy to the grief stricken family PAINT LICK Miss Sallie Adams of your city is visiting her aunt Mrs Pattie Engle man Pumps repaired at Paint Lick Mills Mr James Rucker of Stonega at home for a few McWhorter are for undertaking hearse when 5 6tf Rev C S Young and Mr Lewis Guyn gone to Jessamine county on a visit Screen doors wire cloth poultry wire white wash brushes washing machines Sewing machines and oil Stoves at Jennings 429tf Mr Calvin of Lexington Is visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs W C Fish They have the wellknown Hanan also the Hamilton Brown shoe 5611 ence Co was here last week Take your produce to McWhorter Estride They pay the highest prices 56 tf Messrs Moore and Kinnard have started their saw mill Insurance Co is here for a few days McWhorter Estridge for 00 56 tf The officers of Fairview church are to bid will address W S Fish Paint Lick Or T A Sure Thing it is said tbat nothing except death and taxes but that is not al together true Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption is a sure cure for u 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 by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle free Regular sizes 50c 100 1m For Rent my residence on street Possession given at once 513tf Mrs Susan Fisher Hay Corn and Oats for sale Banks Hudson 513tt lUrBS I ii ill I tiEs etitin 180 attended Misses Sanders Mitchell Sunday remains headquarters furnished department special representingland outbuildings1 completionE Anderson at Point Leaven Issure Thousands guaranteed Lexington I inn llunt hut Va- s ave W Of rtiHr hivs will In IrtlVSI 11 ill it i mi reason why tiny slunll not also b3genUuuioii Cured Ml Mother of HliniiniatUin My mother has been a sufferer fur many years with rheumatism says H Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all times walking was painful I her with 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 application of Pain Balm keeps the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m The wise preacher will not try to a good text in one sermon I presented occasional away exhaust The Ship of Health thai brings you gltwd tidings Get the Habit Take Life Plant And Get Well Rheumatism Catarrh and all blood diseases quickly and permanently cured by LIFE PLANT the greatest blood purifier and tonic to medical world AH diseases arise from impure blood Cure the blood and you cure the dis ease That is just what Life Plant does Our guarantee is NO PAY Then Why Suffer Longer Colllnwood Ohio Nov 19 IDOL Life Plant Company Canton O to say that I feel that your medicine is a wonderful blood At least It lias done a great for me Wilt you send my lather four bottles Send them to Sclo O Yours ANTHONY L NIXON lastor 41 K church LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile 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 H Jb Uillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY CURENO Msnnfactured oul7 by R KINNAIRDINSURANCE Rercdutill Followin Comaues Co gf llarfforCofiI everything phones279 purifier deal Li AcLi1Ius Is the word that fittingly describes our Monumental designs There is an about our work individuality that distinguishes it from all others We carry a very large stock of attractive Monuments and Markers in Marble and Granite ready or prompt delivery We refer to many of the most beautiful and triking Memorials in the Lancaster Cemetery lettering a pecialty NONE BETTER NONE CHEAPER Wm ADAMS SON Lexington Ky i J Fine a I Miatc linils wjjli fellows you ntMvjij spuKu to brftiri thats monkey vuuc l JeU Arrtkt 1 A Giiiledgo of Verbena Ala vv s twice In the hospital from a tiuverv 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 MeRoberts Druggist 1m RELY UPOX IIYOMKI Cure Colds CoHglm Citarrli and Grip Just ISreatlie It Hyotnei 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 inhaler that comes with every outfit the air that passes into the throat and lungs is identical wth 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 Ilyomei is prescribed by physicians generally Many of them use it theme selves to break up a cold and prevent pnemonia The complete Hyomei outfit consists of a neat inhaler that is so small and convenient that it can be carried in the pocket of purse 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 deepseated conditions longer use is necessary and extra bottles of Ilyomei can be obtained for 50c making it a most economical treatment for this di seaseR E MeRoberts has so much in the power of Ilyomei to cure catarrh and other diseases of the throat and lungs that he sells it undo his personal guarantee to refund the money to any purchaser in case it fails to give satisfaction lIe takes all the risk himself and costs you absolutely nothing unless it does you We have 45 acre tract land and two beautiful and convenient houses and lots situated just outside of the town limits of Lancasteron Danville street which we will sell at fair prices and on terms to suit purchaser Will make division into town lots or small tract and on the easiest terms of ment West Sweeney I I diseases confidence For Sale PARAGON 229Bay horse 16 hands high foaled 1890 bred by R L Nash Lexington Ky and owned by W T Noel and Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky By Jay Bird 5060 I dam Oneida 217 Sire of Frequent 21 Florida Monarch 217 FautFanny S 1U Walnut 219K etc and dams of Iteldia Talm LeI 210tha Democracy 207 etc 2 dam Lady Ham darn of Hawtfiorn 2oCi Ed Winters2 2 S by Hombrlno Sire of Delmarch 2 11J4 Untoward 21iWKablo 216JJ Drelln court 217 and 42 others and dams of Hawthorne 20GVL1 Argetta20 Orln B 2 0 Emma M etc 3 darn Molly by Ashland 47 Sire of HighlandWin 226 Funny 227 Joe Petit 230 etc4 Mambrlno lirlttou5 lamKit Sir Todhunters Jay Bird 060 sire of Hawthorne winner of BonnerMemorial IzOCOO 1903 2 Oi sire of 110 In 230 Early Bird 2 10 Miss 2 114 HoseCroix 211X Invader 211 J Larabie the Great 3 and 81 others and the dams of Cres entRoute Altoka Queen Alfred and 34 others In 230 Wilkes 513 damLady Frank by Mambrluo Star 585 Paragon is a very handsome individual with of sizeaction and finish His sire Jay Bird Is one of the greatest living sires and that hisblood breeds on Is shown by the that his sons have sired over 225 standard performersIncluding Locanda 205 Susie J 2 Ofii Eagle Flanagan 207Jgor 206 and many other 210 performers There is no reason should not becomeone of Jay greatest sons as be Is one of the best bred horses living His record wasmade heat on a slow half mile track and is no measure of speed Should Paragon fail to you a trotter be Is a horse of such fine size action style that his getwill certainly command fancy for acting road and carriage horses which cannot beenough to supply the demand will season of 1MM at W Tstable one mile Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 3 to Insure a livingcolt sound and all right A retained on to secure service Ice Care taken to preventaccidents but not responsible should any occur CASEBlack Jack 15K hands foale1 In ISM sired the MItchel Jack be by Grlggs Jack heby Bob Lee he by Black Hawk he Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Burdine bighands Jennet Catel will make the season of 1901 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye onpike leading to Kentucky River at 6 to Insure a Horse Mule 8 to Insure 10 for Jennet YOUNG GIANTGray Jack 15 hands high sired Logan Caldwells Giant Boyle County Ky out of a veryfine Jennet be baa proven himself a sure foal getter and a at SIX toInsure a living colt sound and all right Both of these Jacks will stand under saute terms Alieu retained on colt for season Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shouldany occur W T NOEL Buckeye Ky by Florlda4S2 l 2DO AlI rton 2J Geor e r on et rt l a Mare or S 2OJ4 r i2 end 2PJ 2IJ2OS siO ltuty T 20Q4 MeG Noel Jarde Commissioners Sale of Laud GAKKAUD CIRCUIT COURT W N Carters Heirs Plff vs W N Carters Heirs Dfts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the March Term 1904 of the Garrard Court I will on MONDAY MAY 23 1904 publicly before the Court House door in the of LancasterGarrard Kentucky sell to the and best bidder the following described real property and being in Gar rard county on the waters of Scotts of Sugar Creek and bounded as followsBeginning at a stone at the of Poor Ridge pike in the middle of the new county roadjthence leaving the pike and with the middle of said county road south 811 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 521 east 547 chains to a point in middle of road 9 feet south 39 west from a wild cherry tree north 821 east 3 chains north 40 east striking a branch 3 29 chains north 66 east 9 chains to middle of road north 85 east 4 chains north 51 east 2 45 chains to Scotts Fork thence down same north 5 west 14 67 chains north 201 east 331 chains north 47 east 632 chains north 64i east 5 50 chains north 201 east 562 chains north 121 east 1127 chains to a point in middle of creek north 14 west 377 chains to a point in middle 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 tractnow Pendleton thence the creek and with said Pendleton up a drain south 53 west 2 66 chains south 87 west 570 chains s 84 w 450 to a point in said drain near a sugar tree thence south 74 west 1262 chains Pendletons corner to a stone thence with the calls of deed from W N Carter made In 1894 now owned by Simpson south 691 west 622 chains south west 5 20 chains to a stake at the fence south 52 west 2150 chains to a stake oq a drain north 86 Circuit county lyin East- side cbs JamesL 561 passing SEASON 1QC4 4yearold Record 222 in gth 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 bust Interest of the of mares of Mercer and adjoining counties to breed to Ke l Leaf 1st liecaiise lie is not for sale I expect to keel him nnd breed and handle his produce and It Is very natural that I will work for the sale of all his colts at high prices 110 mutter to whom they beltng 2nd Because his colts 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 lion in Mercer or adjoining counties Ith Because he has a better lecord as a racehorse having won 10 out of 13 races and a better record as a show horse having won 5S outof K shows than any in Mercer or ad counties Because Red Leaf is theonly horse sired by a horse with a record of 218 C F who has sired 8 colts with rec ords better than 213 awl with a dam Hart that every colt she hail took a standard record and was a winner and whose Branddam Soprano was the greatest brood mare inthe world having 11 in the list and whose sireC F Clay sold for 0000 and whose dam sold forIWO whose dams sire lied Wilfces sold 0000 half interest and who Red Leaf sold at three years od for 1000 and at fourte u out 1179 and that has himself sired 14 colts to sell for over 900 some a 3 high as 2000 and teams from IjlJUOH to 000 in Mercer or counties tli But three of Ked Leafs colts were ever trainedfor speed and they all took records 7th Bnt one of Red I eafs colts was ever raced and no started in 11 or 12 races winning first in one and second in till the us shown by the Yearbook tool showed miles in 2 lr and would have been a sensational horse hail he lived sth Ked Leaf has sired more priced teams than any stallion in Kentucky In in the past two years ilth I can offers of over 3000 for a I now have None of those sold live years and most of them under three years Now I say if you want n trotter Red Leaf is bred to get them as his sire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed und his dam a great producer and she one of the worlds greatest of speed Red WilLcs and his sires dam the greatest brood mire in the world show horse he has proven he can get them of the a more him showing through the circuit in regular and sweepstakes and winning 24 out of iCshows the worlds famous Gipsy Queen Ifyou watt a business horse can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and his lilies are sure to be brood mares If these are not facts why not I also have a Black Jack to stand at 8 to insure a living colt R E Goddard Burgin Ky VOOO Lawn StocK farm owners hue a ChI rnrl or himselfI curs IIi If want it l s II I lIED LEAF fore ltI1 sever des you i1 WinHcrndon G B Swinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store W S BEAZLEY Dentists Office over Thomp 1 ons store Danville st 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 2 15 chains to the middle of the PoorRid e pike thence with the middle of said pike south 83 east 1 60 hams north 81 east 6 chains to the north edge of metal of pike south 62 to north edge of metal south 32 east 296 chains to the beginning contain ing 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 money paya ble to the undersigned Master Com mis sionerbearing 6 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 at maturity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment the purchase money Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R L Davidson Attorney for Plain tiff av I I G C FARIS IBeazley Furls I security J M U 1 JO OOOoOQOc ROTH WELL PUBLIC SALE Thursday June 16 1904 number deceased One cow and calf some house hold and kitchen furniture Also at acres and a meadow to be cut theie are four springs on this farm which never has a pond which never goes dry has a good house barn andtoll necessary out buildings This farm is situated on new Lancaster and Dan ville read two miles from Lancaster J I HAMILTON 513 tds Deputy Clerk at Bryantsvllle is located at Bryantsville prepared to take acknowledgements o f Deeds and all legal documents 4 23tf KILLTHE COUCHurn CURE THE LUNGS Dr consisting saleSale appointedDeputy WITH New Discovery Ve will n following t FOR ONSUMPTION OLDS OUGHSandC Price Free Trial ISOc 100 4 Surest and Quickest Cure for all GOLDENMEDICAL FOR THE j BLOODiBVERiaJRfGS French Coach Stallion Quasi No 212 In French Coach Stud Book of America also In Republlque Francalse lEarnt Nationals Xo 12Sfi2 Winner of first prize at the NatIonal Culver sal Exposition Paris 1897 93 competing with overfiO stallions in show ring Imported by W II TichenorA Co of Chicago in ISIS Color bay black points small star16 hands high weighs in working order 1330 2nd dam by Revolution extended pedigree framed lists never been theshow ring A sure breeder of large line high soul big acting colts und kind to handle I the intentIon of breeders to my colts by him to be tech on my farm 30 of his get out of till kinds of mares Quasi will make the season of 1904 nt m farm 2 miles from Stanford oil the Hus touviile pike at 1500 to Insure Colt REIDPhoneAddress Stanford or Danville Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estellc 219 14 Sired by ZilcadI Goddard 4KO 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dorsey Gold dusts grand lam on sires side was the mILking him intensely inbred Morgan Stallion descending Justin on both sides fustily of road horses ever known Golddust is a duck dappled bay full IGhandsand weighs 1200 a proven and uniform breeder of road and eastern horses all the for saddle and harness und are in demand at top Both the champion saddle and con gelding of American Horse Shows of 1S02 03 O Diamonds stands to his credit 10 of his colts sold last year for 10250 und itO was refused for a walktrot mare by him Ills services are offered for less thanhorse of his producing qualities in Kentucky Will stand at farm near at 2000 to Insure Colt due when colt drops or mare partedwith by breeder at CO eta per week on grass no responsibility for accidentsor The given and no accidents so far F REIDAddress Danville or Stanford ChesterSquirrelWill make the season of 190J on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the and Laucaste pike at 800 to Insure a Living Colt four mouths old A lIeu retained until season moiie is pall Money due when the mare is traded or to other stock Citrus taken to prevent accidents but not responsibe should occur Chester Squirrel S years old 1C hands high a dark sorrel he Is the highest of finish plenty of courage but perfectly kind natural and harness horse a In form possessing that wonder ful style characteristic of the Chesterdare fam Hy which the world acknowledges as superior to all as a show horse 1edigree the famous Chesterdare No 10 N S II K he by Black Squirrel 5S he by 71 he King G7 he Denmark Gl be by Gaiues 61 and he by race horse Denmark F S Imported Chester Squirrels dam by Telegraph and Ver mount known as the saddle mare considered by all to be one of the great est brood mares In Kentucky RUNE JACK at the same time place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for JennetJohn Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and is out an imported John Morgan Jr out of Joe Blackburn he by 3rd Prince he 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy Dixie sho by Dixie by 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord 3rd dam Is hands high solid black pointsI stand good mule at CUO T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky Washington 54 Thus greatest and highest Saddle that ever made a season In Garrard coun ty Investigate for self enquire of breeder of high class saddle horses in Ken lucky All horses in his class are standing for from 40 to 00 nut in order to put nm In reach of all desiring the servic 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 son money to be paid at time service If mare is traded or parted with season due Grass at 2 per moth or gram fed at 8 Not responsible for accidents or escapes but care to picvent same Description and Pedigree Washington is the sire of Preston 922 the noted show horse Washington lo hands high formed is a brown a little white on both hind feet has a flue mmo and tall and Is a natural Sired by Cromwell 7 Old Washington Denmark U by Gaines Denmark by the old racehorse Denmark Cromwell 1st dam by old John Dlllard 2nd dam by Grey Eagle Crusader 3rd dam by Cockspur dam of Washington was the Robert Nutter fine show mare I consider this one of the finest saddle horses In Kentucky His family on both sides have best In the State JWSweeieyUicasterKyi I TROUBLES I DRPIERCES stallIon Golddu FlorencebyroOl organ hl hclass Ill r sad JIg II bT IMp htl auoUu r ack 4 the sea o f mone-ys saddle o o s c I I J very i prIces b sue Stallion horsesfirst dam Taicorn 103 2nd dam The 4 I