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FlVTEEXTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 20 1904 TTliE RD1 r NUMBER S rm 1w S l CENTILATAP9 Better have us X 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 Our facilities for putting up enable us to do the very best of work We are the peo pie when good honest reparing is be doneand our prices are right We Are Now E A D V with an immense line of FURNITURE and extend a cordial tion to the public Call and Inspect Prices The Lowest Successors to JA Beazley Co 4 L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Cout room Prompt attention to business OXFORDS The Latest Styles in Tan and Patent Leather Both Ties and Straps We Also Have a Nice Line of Plain Gauze and Drop Stitch Hosiery R L JENNINGS Paint Lick 1I I RO 0 fIN G I REPAIRING j Ito 0JR I ft v in vita Our StOCK I Hamilton Dunla R Law Police 1 f j c I 1 tPLUMW TTOt guttering 6 a IHASLBBN y tot 4a i v t a f r y a 0f Local Interest Tiie regular meeting of the Loyal Legion Sunday afternoon at 230 f The Ladies of the W C T U will give an ice cream social Friday night j Admission 15 cents g There will be no services at Pres t byterian church Sunday morning Rev Mr Chumbley being called to Danville assist in installing the new minis at Presbyterian church in that Rev Mr Ellis of Louisville has been called to preach at the Baptist church and will preach his first sermon about the first of June The engagement is for only three months and if satisfac try to pastor and congregation he will accept the pastorate permanently Since opening Athletic Park some splendid base ball has been played with teams neighboring towns The Lancaster boys are up to snuff and when you hear the familiar melodious voice of Bris Bruce announ cing Wes gwiue ter play em and you will see a good game The Rev Mr McCorkle of Nicholas ville who delivered the sermon to graduating class Sunday evening also j preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning his sermon being one of the best ever delivered in this cell lice Our people were delighted discourses and trust he will honor our town with another visit Uncle Bon Is All Right Danville Advocate Mr Ben one of Garrards oldest and most prominent citizens was in the city yesterday and today the guest of his daughter Mrs Will Baughman on East Main street Uncle Ben is still Marksburys leader in politics despite his advanced age and is a past master of the art of electioneering Undertakers Parlor J A Beazley has fitted up a beau tiful undertakers establishment in the Stormes move thePres byterian church is ready and prepared to give the best servic in his line Being an expert in em balming he makes this a special of the business A handsome line of caskets burial robes etc const ant ly in stock and all orders will be at tended to promptly and in the best Fish Club Notice The City Council having signified their willingness to grant a 20year fishing privilege in the water works lake a meeting is hereby called of all those interested to be held in the Council Chamber Friday night the 201 h at 7 Ojdock to perfect an organi zation to be known as the Lake Plac id Fishing Club membership limited only to living in Lancaster Dont forget the time Friday night the 20th and be there at 7 oclock Lincolns Time Danville Advocate Chairmen Jas HPHoldam of the Lincoln county Democratic Committee It S Nichols of Boyle Win Montgomery of Casey and Win Gooch of Garrard met at the court house in Danville this after noon and after listening to argu ments were unable to agree whether it was Lincoln or Boyle countys time to furnish the Senatorial candidate in by special agreement of the candidates Mr A D Leavell of Garrard was called into conference and it was then decided that it was Lincolns vote standing three to two Noble Work The City Council has given charge of the little park to the W C T U and the latter have made a most beau tiful spot thereof A number of flow er beds have been made the benches painted the grass cut and the place presents a most invitidg appearance The Icdies request The Record to say they did this for the benefit of the public especially the young men and extend a most cordial invitation to the boys to make the Park their lounging place during the hot weather A wa ter faucet will be placed where the grass and flowers can be watered a hand will visit the Park daily the cart loads of old paper swept on the Square from the stores and ev done to make the spot iuvl ting and delightful Those who love progress and a clean are very grateful to the which or ganization has done the only work in this direction Streets to be Sprinkled J A Beazley manager of the water works took a paper to the business men last week and nearly all readily agreed to contribute toward the expense of sprinkling the streets this summer Enough signers were secured and the work will begin in a day or so It will be done with the and in addition to the Pub Tic Square water will be thrown twice a day in front of any property where the will pay a reasonable fee therefor This if a great blessing to the town as more damage has been done by dust than from any other source The Record cannot refrain from chuckling tene as it the numerous benefits of the water works being put into practice Jus think of a merchant having dust kept his stock for only seven dollars a t Ito g city f lP frets t f r 1 I this 1 t lI r blockjust S e feature t manner p persons this Districtand timethe I and remove cry thing W C1 U defraying lire hose sees off year j y I an gout J wit Robinson fr Town owner the o Many Lancaster friends extend deep sympathy to Maj Curtis F Burnamof RichmdndjOn the death of his beloved wife who passed to her reward last week The young gentlemen composing the E S C will give a picnic and hay ride at time river Friday evening Only club members will be present and a delightful time is anticipated A dog supposed to have been mad attacked T J Hatcher a few mornings since causing much alarm The dog was killed and Dr Acton dressed the wound the dog made on Mr Ils hand No signs of further trouble have ap peared The Record has been highly compli mented on its success and progress in printing a colored ad in last issue This required much work and but we are prepared to do anything in the printing line no mat ter how complicated Changes on Kay See On July 1 Mr W II Anderson pres Train Master at Pariswill become General Superintendent C Division of the L N railroad and the otllces will be removed to Paris Mr Louis IIodd will beSuperintendent of Terminals at Cincinnati and Mr Brent Arnold will become third Vice President of the road It has not been decided who will succeed Mr Ander son as Train Master at Pans Cyn thiana Mr Anderson the new Superinten dent is one of the most popular men on the division as well as one of the best otlicials He is a progressive man and we look for many changes and improvements Non Gcorgo Gilbert Here Congressman G G Gilbert of Shel was in town a few days since and made The Record otlice a most ploasantcall Mr Gilbert has made a splendid record in Congress and no one ever took more pains in looking after the wants of his constituents he has All letters were answer ed promptly and any business no matter how trivial was always looked after promptly Mr Gilbert stands upon his record and will make several speeches in the counties of the dis trict lie has many warm friends in Garrard KennedyStagnor On Thursday the 12 inst at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Joe II Kennedy of Richmond their daughter Miss Annie Laurie was united in marriage to Mr B M Stagner of Duncannon a prosperous and worthy young farmer The cere mony performed by Rev Hugh McLel lan was beautiful and impressive The attendants were Miss Katherine M Arnold of Ilyattsvillc and Frank Kennedy brother of the Dride Time gracions and natural attract iveness of the young bride make her a general favorite Chip off the Old Block One of bestwritten newspaper ar ticles we have read is printed in the Tampa Fla Times from the pen of Mr E L Pcarcea son of Dr E II Pearce pastor of the local Methodist church It deals with local matters there but is so as to be enjoyable to those unaquainted with the situation Newspaper men especially editors of country papers are compelled to read many articles written by peo pIe who have had an opportunity to learn and know whats what but not one in ten is in presentable shape in fact what newspaper men call de cent copy is rare indeed Every town is chock full of men who know how to run a newspaper and who on the get up of their local pa per but not one in fifty could write a little two line personal Such an as that written by young Mr Pearce is the exception and not the rule in matter contributed to Teachers Selected The Beard of Trustees of the Gra ded School at a meeting held Monday reelected Prof Mannix as principal Miss Peyton assistant principalMiss es Oakley Smith Anderson Wash burn and Henderson teachers in the primary and high school Mrs Burn side was reelected teacher of music Miss Peyton having accepted a posi tion elsewhere declined to accept The board will probably select a youngman for assistant to fill the vacancy The school has splendid trustees and the tax payers can rest assured that what they do is for the best They look closely into every de tail of the work visit the school and hear both sides to all questions and If there is any dissatisfaction with their work we have failed to hear of it The school has made wonderful prog ress during the present term the dis cipline being better than ever before The fact that there have been no dis sensions is proof conclusive that the present principal and teachers are the right people in the right place and it was wise to keep them there The trustees give much of their time to the schools welfare and the people certainly should appreciate their work A synopsis of the work will be given in a future issue of The Rec ord Strayed or Stolen Water Spaniel answers to f Finch Lelt Sunday morning Leave information Record office I will doz for eggs and sell granulated sugar 20 Ibs for 100 520tf B A Stone I I lent of the K Democrat- byville han j manner wellworded I comment f per i calculations article newspapers years names lit p ff 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 Ji Business Anyone desiring to go in business can buy our stock of Merchandise Fixtures and lease on storeroom at reasonable price i r it i M 13 JI Going Out Of Business st Ai JM NW 520000DOllARS O TS t fine OptuDing for som6 O 6 to go J M LOGAN I r r iI EBE TTY TCUSAI1D Capt Boston Dillion Dead After a protracted illness Captain Boston Dillion died at his this city about noon Sunday Capt Dillion was born in Madison county eighty seven years ago and resided there until breaking out of the civil war when he entered the Union ar my serving in Wolfords cavalry with gallantry and distinction At close of the war he came to Garrard and here the remainder of his life He twice married his second wife being a Miss Wortham sister of Mr Joe Wortham and Mrs Geo Wright of this city and Sim Wortham of Stanford Only three children sur vive him Capt W R Dillion Mr Ansil Dillion of Crab Or chard and Mrs Win Jones do Capt Dillion was a member of the Baptist church and in the prime of life was a leader iri the republican party of Garrard He was elected for four years He was a man of high integrity and honor and as brave as a lion He was warmheart ed and always ready to do his part to ward bettering the community services were conducted at the residence by Elder F M Tinder the remains being taken to Crab Orchard for interment To his widow and children the community extend deep est sympathy Fortunate Conductor Phil Price who runs the KG day trains is back on his run after a lay oil to attend to some important business It is to Captain Prices many to know that he has recently met with good fortune A relative in California died last month leaving him a large fortune Having valuable patents on a flying machine he has been working on for some he will push his to a successful end be coming one of the richest men in America Only a few of Ws most in timate friends were next to his se cret his plans were kept carefully guarded Is this copy pf The Record I residence- in I resided of Liv- Ingston ofColora jailer Funeral goodnews now as was Cap t friends Invention soon yowl t w Personal Mention Mr Ike Dunn and wife of Bryants ville were visitors here Tuesday Roy Beazley of Stanford has been visiting his brother J A Beazley Mr William Burton who has been quite sick is reported very much bet ter Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C ThompsonMr Marrs of Richmond has been the guest of his sister Mrs R II TomlinsonMisses and Allie Arnold have returned from a brief visit to relatives in Nicholasville Joe Burnside has returned from the Spencerian Business College Louis ville for a short vacation Mrs Georgia Lusk and Miss Bettie Miller arc guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Miller of KnoxvIlle Tenn Mr William Lackey wife and little son John of McCreary visited Judge R A Burnside and family Sunday Drs J M Acton J B Kinnaird and H C Herring attended the State Medi cal Society meeting in Lexington this week They report a most successful meeting and a delightful visit The handsome invitations to con mencement exercises Hamilton College Lexington contain in list of graduates the name of Miss Theo Lillard Ilemphill of this city Miss Hemphill has received highest marks in her studies and received much praise from her teachers She has many admirers in Lancaster who are delighted with her success Read the Ad The Lexington Monument Co lo cated on W Main Street Lexington announces in this issue of The Rec ord that they will retire from business The entire stock is now on sale at greatly reduced prices and fur the next few days Monuments Headstones etc will be sold cheaper than ever be fore in Lexington v o f NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR 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 not under any circum stances let any goods go out of house unless they ARE PAID FOR SENSATIONAL SLAUGHTER SALE H 4 T LOGANrvAj Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co L r jP 4O9ioJiq O o OoyQ v Vy 1 1 1 1 1 1 OurI 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 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 Hollie Bat iste Dotted Swiss and many other articles to numerous to mention Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED It 111 I I IIII I I U I I I I I II I IIII II I 000000p000000000 Screen Doors Screen Win dows Refrigerators Ice Boxes Water Cool ers Icy Cream Freezers Our are low HASllDN V JV OUR UARANTBE WASHER It cleans the Clothes Best Machine made Call and see it prices 1 ROBINSON Wi1Vw VrV I I W t CENTRAL Entered at the Pod Office it jfy j SeeondClaa Mail Matter Lancaster Ky May 20 1904 It will soon be so warm that Mr Bryan will be unable to cut ice The flag is at the Panama canal but it will require a mighty tution to follow it over the whole route from water to water Kansas is going to have another enormous crop and is worried for want of men to harvest it The sufferings of that state are something terrible to contemplate Mr Carnigie has given away 100 in his jeans If he doesnt hurry he will surely die rich and that will make him feel ashamed One Russian general reports a gre vlous but glorious battle He recogi nized the necessity of a change from the monotonous I regret to report etc and thought it best to jolly the czar a little bit The Russian campaign of luring the Japs goes steadily on And the Japs seem to so thoroughly enjoy be ing lured that they follow the Bus scans wherever the latter can be found These Russians are great on stragegy The African Methodist Conference in session at Chicago denounced and placed a ban on theatres dancing card playing and canrushing was said against crap shooting carrying a razor and chicken stealing those being Rastus rights which must not be disputed or interfered with Though there are wars and rumors of wars the old world is not looking backward In fact in the matter of international conflict it is really on the mend The history of international shows that by decades from 1840 to 1900 there were respect ively 6 15 23 26 45 and 62 cases In the last three years there have been 63 cases Maybe all thats needed to end wars altogether is time but it will take a lot of it at the pace we are going Temperance is usually thought of in the sense of applying to the use of intoxicating beverages but it should not be forgotten that there is such a thing as temperance in all things to recall the words of the profound cal Paul It israreindeed that a metropolitan paper goes to press without some tragic story of bloodshed due to the giving way to passion and temper Murders and murderous assaults are daily commit ted rashly when second thought would have advised no violence slanderous reports wrecking precious reputations and spoiling promising futures are spread by too ready tongues or the giving way to mean contemptible tempers Dont go to the extreme in anything Be temperate allthings STONE Young squirrels are ripe C M Moberley sold a cow and calf to Moses Dorton for 3560 F N Folger shipped via Kentucky river on steamer Falls City to Louis ville 79 hogs at 465 per hundred W M Moberley who has been con fined to his room six weeks on account of rheumatism was able to visit his father one day last week Baby Mamie Low daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Moberley died on the 9th inst of pneumonia Interment in Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday Mrs A F Moberly two children of Coffeyville Kansas and her father Wm Amon of Stanford visited Moberley and N Folger last week P A Gilliam of Lexington will re turn to his charge at Scotts Fork 1st Saturday and Sunday in June All good people and bad ones too invited F a peach tree with well developed plums 40 to 50 in num her growing on it If there should be a doubting Thomas after reading this item you are cordially invited to come and see No joke about it it is true Uncle George Sewell has charge of the ferry at Sugar Creek landing you dont have to wait to find him is his post all the time a veteran kind and gentlemanly to No cleverer man than he The Kentucky river is lined with fishermen on both sides all the way f om Dan to Bersbeba Regret to most of the fishing is being done on the Holy Day Many good have been taken bass grayling brim cat c Lee Austin and Miss Dallte Hum phrey both of Garrard were married by the Rev G W Thompson on the llth inst The romance was short but the novelty of the ceremony rath er the place where the ceremony said Is beyond compare They drove alone to the parsons residence he was toiling in the field they went to where he was Mr A in a few words told his business the parson said It was necessary to have a witness and looked round about In a field near by he called a neighbor Mr Anderson who went and heard the glad words I pronounce you and wife After congratulations the couple went away seemingly hap py Mr A is a young man of business ability the young lady a beauty and of course to Lee worth her weight in Our best wishes attend them through lifes way M say aim HgO id1 II tJs L I I 000000 and still has 200000000 Noth- Ing i i n I F NFolger has 1 ferryman everybody new lights uneven RRAM Lancaster strong constt pp arbitration bib character C hat ones Eph gold f as W Y T e was man f I M is Weljticirisluphcr s with rolativis Lexington James Spillman bought of Logan Ilion one milk cow and calf for 30 Mr and Mrs George Smith of Lex ington are expected soon to visit relatives Farm work is progressing nicely the refreshing showers of last Friday came in a time of need Dr Askenstedt and wife of Louis ville attended church here Sunday and called upon friends Dr A D Armstrong and wife of Harrodsburg were guests of Miss Flor ence Christopher Sunday Several from this community Childrens Day exercises at Bryantsville Sunday evening Miss Myrtle Ruble has returned from Hendersonville N C where she has been with her sister Mrs A T ScottMrs Wm Lane has returned to her home in Pulaski county after visiting the family of J F Ruble and other rel atiyes James Spoonamore returned last week from Urbana Illinois and may again be seen behind the counter Scotts Mary Frances youngest child of Mr and Mrs R P son died last night and was buried at Mt OH vet Rey Welburn of Burgin con ducting the services PREAUHERSYILLE Mr E Foly is in Whitley on business this week Mr Leslie Harbin is working at Tray lors distillery John W Cummins on duty as at Crab Orchard Mr Joe Pettus of Springfield was with home folks last week J C Fox engaged some hogs from J Cress for June 1st at 4c Mr and Mrs Henry Miller spent with Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw Miss Logan of Hubble was visiting Mrs J F Pettus and family Sunday Mrs Eva Gray of Lebanon Junction visiting her father and family near Sweeney Rev Silas L Baird is visiting InKnox county this week and attending to some business Mr G A Brown our boss hemp had one field which averaged 1590 pounds per acre Mr John Brown who has been in failing health for some time is with his son W H Brown Mrs A J Thompson who has been with her sister in Rockcastle county for some time has returned home Her sister died last week Sam Carpenter of Madison county has been visiting W H Cummins and family for a few days Mr Ray and brother of Buckeye and Mr Naves of Paint Lick were visiting Leonard Naves and family Saturday and Sunday Several from this place attended the County meeting at Stanford and report a fine time Mr and Mrs Mat Slier buried their oldest boy here last week We extend to them our prayers and sympathy in this their sad bereavement MA11KSBUKY Mrs is quite sick at this writing Mr Jesse Perkins left Sunday for Cincinnati St Louis and other points Mr and Mrs T D Chesnut were the guests Saturday of Mr Isaac Myers at McCreary Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster spent a few days last week with here Mrs Mary Rice of Danville was the guest Friday night of Mr T 1 and family A few days ago a little daughter came to brighten the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins The Ladles of the Fork church will have a serawberry supper on Wednes day evening June 1 Mr Henry Walters of Stanford spent part of last week with his daughter Mrs Kinnaird Bourne T jj Aldridge sold at the Fox and Logan sale at Danville a nice mare for 895 J W Woods also one for 8175 Rev W M Stallings returned Mon day from Nashville Tenn where he attended the Southern Baptist Con vention Madams J C Boner and Robert Humphreys and little daughter Mar guerite of Boyle were guests last Wednesday of Mrs J W Woods MANSE Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury- is visiting relatives here Mr Cabell Woods of Stanford has been spending several weeks with V F Higgins and family Mrs J H White of Lincoln county has been visiting her parents for a few days A number of young folks from Mad lson stormed Miss Frankye Doty Wednesday evening She knew noth log of their coming until several hours before their arrival Higgins has returned home from a visit to In Garrard Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has been visiting In Lancaster several days Sick headache results from a disor dered stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Frlsbles im l lil n at- OM Wednesday storekeeper Sunday raiser Saturday W Stallings relatives Her- rIng Lower ii tl s tiEtiliif I attended M Miss Angle relatives Drugstore rL y in ken the in in of dy al I prom tin Clmtilu Newsi fairly the Kpriiitf ujy wife and I worn lt with aiurrhucu and so severe wrr pains that we called u plijsluiiit who prescribed for us cines 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 bottle and before using the entire ccn tents we were entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found every household n C Bailey This remedy is sale by Fris bies Drug Store 1m Some men can give a dozen excuse wrong and overlook the om reasonfor doing right It is easy to gam a reputation for acuteness by always Itching at an others stories Good Spirit Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the tine spirits ever made the Blue Grass State could not a bad liver or the one ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would feelbuoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light step vigorous and successful in you pursuits You can put your liver it fine condition by using greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household reme for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a fiber supply of good spirits Trialsize 25c regular bottles 75c At all 1 Aug There is nothing so tiresome as the man with a grievance Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me In my teens again writes D II of Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and Bowels Purely vegtable Never gripe Drug Store 1m i have a nice line of Clothing all kinds Electric and Stetson Hats The Celebrated 5 shoes all Styles Qualities and prices Try one pair of our 500 Shoes they are strictly guar anteed It will pay you to investigate CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky tof i I C but his medi I a Editor for doing remedy GreensAugust Flowerthe certain I Turner Dempsey town Only 25c at McRoberts CHAMP CO iG i11lti S for hundred and druggists j gj D IS jir H S E J II McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Attention We have a large line of Voiles Linens Ginghams g ci ut1 rs 0 WIW rJJ 0X0i 00 t JJiJl1J i I t 0 0 i s m India Linens Dimities s r Q G24Q I Q QQ Q E Waistings and Suitings that must go Our entire stock is new and strictly uptodate Our prices so low that we are sure of keeping it new See our goods hear our prices and you are sure to buy Buy once and you are sure to come again We study the wants of our trade and do pour best to supply them p McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY I I 11 10 f3 I fjj r00 rn7fIj II iiI r0 tii p i t D i i E3 01 D DIa D D ill Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville flor For quick delivery and pretty lowers call him at Phone 61 18tf Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet plants three first class Cellery plants Joseph Faul 429 tf Plants con cr P4r v We repaint your house if not satisfactory USE Mastic Paint GUARANTEE it We refund your money or McROBERTS DRUGGIST How many people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the ten 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 1893 was 21480141 to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 you say Let 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 250060 satisfied customers We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress novelties something to please you in both pattern and price always the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed i CALL AND SEE mm m A J C EC E M P V nearestcorrect touringcars earlyestimates Fairof stake 1 f HILL ii ii Ie J q sure 4ea L 1 r- J CORN RIGHT GET A CULTIVATOR OF Dont Contract For a Mowing Ma m M chine Until You See I THE PLfliVO Ii 8 j LightRunning Noiseless fjjf Just It K F Postle New Spring Millinery If you are seeking something new something pretty something different from what all your friends are wearing HEfcE IS WHERE YOULL FIND IT Iy Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store Mrs Jno F Lear First door below Cit izens Bank Danville st is 8 iA1 1fj ra ivy 1t Iv r i4Yr7nrllijifijfQ tJ wJe YOUR i o 1tJlfllfJl rf lJftJJrt IlJjJf lfJffJIJJliJfJfi f1 fJlJJ I mE 9B m W I 100 WJi mgjjdJgjjdJgjjdJ gjjdJLLJ fQtL3 u n r WORE I Q s t 4 Pt1 r 1 C3aa nC1C J Make I PERSONALS Mr George Ellis of Stanford was a visitor here Sunday Mr R G Ward of Cincinnati has ben here for a few days bars J S Bowman has returned to her home near Flemingsburg Miss Lula McClure of London has been visiting Mrs A II Bastin Mesdames J E Stormes and R L Elkin were in Danville the past week James Anderson of St Louis is his mother MrsSusan Anderson Miss Ellen Ballou of Stanford is visiting her brother Mr II M Ballou Miss Cerena Dunn of Danville is the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Robin son is visiting his daugh ter Mrs V M Tinder Lexington H Gaeat Bargains 3 iHANDSOME HATS iWe call especial attention to some bargains we are now offering in Handsome Pattern Hats We have the most beautiful stock ever opened in Lancaster and will make it to your interest to call and inspect our line Remember our sale of Ready Hats AT COST We have some beautiful BELTS and can make very close prices on them This is an exceptionally pretty stock The Millinery Store 2E Miss ADA DICKEIISON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st Mr Crenshaw avenue IN ToWear S Marvel XBU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUlUC I I a visiting 1 X tilt i nflmitm1iiiintmntx- V l s i 4044444444440 Mrs Sid Isbell and little son of Franklin have joined her husband hereDr Chris Faris has returned from a weeks visit to his mother in Kirks rile Miss Annie Royston is visiting her sister Mrs E C Gaines Richmond avenueMiss Mary Gill returned Friday from a visit to Mrs A M Kinnaird of Mid dlesboroDr S Beazley has gone to Louis ville to spend a week with his brother Will Beazley Miss Mary Arnold who is attending school in Nicholasville has been at home a few days Mr R H Batson and wife have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hil ton of Brodhead Miss Mary Burdene of Springfield Ky is expected this week for a visit to Miss Louise Farris Mrs A Voris and Miss Viola Dicker son of Nichulasville were guests of Miss Ada Dickerson Saturday Mr John Baugbman wife and pretty little baby Brauham Beazley of Dan ville are visiting relatives here Mrs John Greenleaf who has been the guest of Mrs Emma Kauffman has returned to her home in Richmond Misses Irene Romans and Bessie Mae Lear visited Miss Bessie D Yan tis of StanfordrSuturday and Sunday Mrs Banks Hudson and pretty little baby Porter Scott left this week to visit her mother Mrs Kennedy of LexingtonMrs West and Miss Bessie Mae Lear attended the reception at Jessa mine Institute and were guests of Mrs C F Denman Rev II N Faulconer spent several days here with his wife and children They will a few weeks for Cincinnati where they will reside Miss Sarah Letcher who has been spending some weeks with Mrs F J White has returned to her home at Mr Woods Walkers in upper Garrard A number of Kay Peas visited Paint Lick lodge Monday night Among the victims was our friend Doctor leavein Wilktr vjio UP got his money worth Lieutenant Wm Preston of the K M Institute will home in a few weeks to spend his vacation with his parents at 2207 Floyd street Pepper of Auster litz and Miss Wallace Montagde of Paris were guests of Mrs A II Bastin Saturday and Sunday Mrs Pepper is a of Mrs Bastin and Miss is a candidate for school super intendent in Bourbon county Mt Yernon Signal Mr John W Miller was out from Lancaster this week Mr and Mrs Wm Ferrill of Garrard county are in this locality visiting friends and relatives D C Pullins tranferred two hives of bees for J S Reppert killed rattlesnake and found a bee tree while he was at Brush Creek last week Middlesboro Record Miss Mar guerite Walker will return to her at Paint Lick Monday morning after a visit of several weeks with Mrs J V Arnold Bellievue James B Rucker stopped over here Tuesday evening to attend the leap year ball He was on his way to Stonega from a visit to his parents at Paint Lick The Record office had a most pleas ant call from Maj E W Lillard of Danville lie was here looking after his interests as a candidate for demo cratic nomination for State Senator Maj Lillard was engaged in the business in Lancaster for many years his stock being burned in town hall fire He then moved to Danville where he has been very successful in business Leaf is a clever and has some warm friends in Lancaster NO PRETTIER SCENERY Or Betqer Fishing Streams In America Than are Our Kentucky and A representative of the ITarrodsburg Herald in giving a write up visit to a camping party shows in the following extracts how the Kentucky and rivers are being ruined as ii g streams The laws against destruc tion of fish are totally ignored and if has ever heard of an effort be ing made to prosecute violators that fact has been kept a profound secret The Herald says The scenery in the immediate vicin ity of High Bridge is well known to travelers and is ranked in grandeur with that of the Hudson and is brought into favorable comparison by tourists with the mountains of Italy and yet but few admirers of natures handiwork have ever viewed the gor afforded by a trip up Dix river a stream insignificant as com pared to the Old Kaiutuck and yet when she blooms out in her May attire Miss Dix is as charming to crit ical eyes as the old spinster Kain tuck We hailed In passing Bowman Terhune and Shell Ransdel who failing to entice the finnies to take their minnows had easily suc ceeded in exchanging a few pieces of silver for a dozen fine new lights which had wandered into One of the many winged nets which are in Dix river as plentifully as tor pedoes in the channel at Port Arthur On the surface of the water through which the beautiful lone gli ded as gracefully as a swan though tugging the Tad Pole with its wearied human freight signs of a dynamite engagement which had but recently occurred with the finnies appeared Dead fish victims of explosions were floating about suggesting that the fish law recently passed by the Legis lature had been wantonly reminding us that the officials whose duty it is to appoint wardens had it The constant use of dynam ite and nets is a flagrant of law and plays sad havoc in these waters and no attempt has yet been made to ferret out and punish the offenders who revel in ther deeds of carnage and captures not for sport but revenue only Were it not for these ruthless piscatorial marauders the Kentucky and Dix rivers would soon be teeming with game fish and would furnish sport for anglers equal to any streams of the North or West We noted a grand harvest in store for mountain logmen for the was almost blockaded with rafts from the mouth of Dix to the lock be low and several hundred to half a million of logs were en route to market and raftsmen and lock keeper and crews of two tug boats 1 S Courier Journ l beat Mrs Crittenden home atthe drug theold Dlx Rivers I Dix shin anyone geousscenes it violatedand Kentucky amounting pt sister Montague gentleman abounding neglected violation r ROMANS ELMORE Buggies Surries Phaetons Runabouts BUCKBOARDS and FRAZIER CARTSi- nall the best makes as well as cheaper lines We can fit YOu out with any oi vehicle Kauffman Columbus Moyer Brockway Waterton Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc I Ir kind i theYr See our HARNESS and save money Remember we have Old Hickory Wagons j Remember that we can sell youthe best work madeif youwantitand wecan show you the assortment of medium priced vehicles ibiggest the city w Jim u liifcy week if H We must not omit brief mention of the wonderful cave near he camp site the ous depth and capacity of which we doubt having ever been fully explored Legend has it that it was once the rendezvous of a band of rubbers and counterfeiters is that it was a hiding place for rebel soldiers who were cut off from their command during the war and cared for surrep ticiously by their friends until escape was realized and still another tale is told about its having been occupied and used by several persons in which to gather up and melt silver ore ob tained from a mine located somewhere in Garrard county Jim Ingram and others of the party started into this immense hole in the cliff bent on ex ploring it but were frightened off by myriads of bats which held the fort with a skill and success characteristic of the Russians at Port Arthur Nearly a Week Without Sleep In a recent Issue of The Record we gave a synopsis of a letter to Dr E II Pearce friend Capt Geo C Apfeld telling of the tatters expe rience during a dense fog which lasted almost a week In a write up of the occurrence we reproduce the from the World Magazine Capt George C Apfeld has once more proved himself of the stuff of which heroes are made Overwhelmed at sea by a fog that defied the keenest eyes to pierce he stuck to the bridge of his big ship the Friesland bound from Liverpool to Philadelphia for 107 hours five days and four nights without a wink of sleep Nothing could move him from his post He keptluuiself up on coffee tea and sandwiches always on the lookout for the accident which all on board feared night happen Grate ful passengers prepared a memorial to him upon their safe arrival as others have done on other voyages Two years ago Capt Apfeld saved his ships company though his ship the Waes land run into by the Ilinnonidessank i n twentyfour minutes Another time he saved the Nuordland by the way into the hold filled with blazing wax and oil and inch by inch lighting back the thames until they were quenched He tells here the story of his exciting experience upon the request of the World GAIT AlKKLUS STORY It was nothing much out of the Any captain would have done time same as I lily place was on the bridge while the fog lasted it not whether it was a day or a week I had my ship and my crew and my passengers to look out for and there was nothing else to do Hungry Of course not I had plenty of coffee and tea and Sleepy Well its a pretty long time from Monday morning to Friday night to go without a wink If 1 had gone to my cabin I couldnt have slept any way with the thought that my ship was in danger Even then when the sky got clear again I could only sleep for two hours I was just as fresh as ever again 1 lost the Wacsland in the ocean on Holyhead Ireland She went down in twentyfour minutes after the Harm onides ran into her in 1002 A fog is not so bad if you keep your head and leave intoxicants alone If you have a well disciplined ship and dont fall asleep yourself you will reap the benefit when danger comes in the fog Then you see there is no wind or else the fog would bow away With no wind hear the whistles of other vessels a long way offand so you have plenty of time to do what should be done You hear the whistle the first nothing You hear it you can locate it I knew this would be easy if I only stayed on the bridge and staved It was a pretty hard job but Im alf right now Whooping In the spring of 1001 my children had whooping cough says Mrs D W Capps of Capps Ala I used Cham barlaius 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 and frequency of the coughing spell and counteracts anytendency toward pneumonia For sale by Frisbies Drugstore 1m To the Ladles It is our determination to carry over no old stock that is keep hats until out of style and to do this we offer special bargains all the time We or der new goods constantly always hav ing on hand a complete and full stock Our idea is to keep the goods moving Having met with so much from the ladles of Lancaster and Garrard county we have decided to continue in business hereso put forth our best efforts to always have in stock the very latest and best goods in the market Our stock is always fresh and we can show you the very latest creations in ladies headwear We thank the public for the liberal and are striving to merit a continuation of same Dont fail to visit our whether you wish to purchase or not Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada bickerson tf Examination Examinations of pupils completing school course will beheld atrmy office Friday and Saturday May J3 and 14 Examinations for for white will beheld at house Friday and Saturday 21 for colored teachers will be held at Friday and Satur day May 27 Mrs Elisa Walker Co Supt t Ill I 11 imol her Story from his leading parallln sandwiches youcan timedo againnow sol patronage teachers court t tf c f oaf follow- Ing Magazine ordinary nattered S Cough encouragement score the common certificates 20 Examinations certificates for courthouse and 28 513 i e f To afire a Hfo G Merrltt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting III a wonderful cure He writes A patient was attacked with hemorrhages caused by ulceration of 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 postlve guaranteed for Dyspepsyi Indiges tion Constipation and Kidney troub Ics Try them Only 50c at McRob erts Drug Store lin Excursion to St Louis Lancaster Excursion Club will give an excursion on the 28th of June to the Worlds Fair St Louis Those contemplating going will do well to get our rates and join the party leav ing here by special coaches going di rect without change This party will be chaperoned by Mrs Dr W S Beazley anJ met by Mr Henley Bastin who has been located on Worlds for the past two months Thus enabling all going with us to make the trip and see the Fair with the least expense Quarters have been secured at lead ing Hotel main entrance of grounds that no time may be lost going or coining to or from the Fair All information and particulars of trip will be furnished any one calling at Telephone Office or writing Miss Bettie Anderson Secretary Lancas ter or call phone lit 520tf Business and Bargains Cut flowers for Commencement next Tuesday Will have large stock of Roses and Carnations Leave orders for specials J C Thompson Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4ltf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25 tf Smith Currey Agts Wanted 00 brakes tf R M West A set of harness at cost with your new ouggy and prices that defy com petition 5 20 tf Romans Elmore Parlor suits bed room suits etc at bottom prices Hamilton Dunlap 5Gtf No one will leave my place of busi ness with a suit that is not ENTIRELY J C Ilemphill 335tf We are going to sell our immense stock of vehicles and wagons Now is your time we can suit you 5 20tf Romans Elmore We want jour paint quality and prices count 422 Ct Frisbies Store Two houses and lots and two lots on Richmond street 325tf It A Stone Lancaster Ky We buy our vehicles direct from and can save you money 520tf Romans Elmore Our Buggies are bargaius Mount Elkin Graphite Paint is the best and cheapest can use on your roof We guarantee it to last 5 years 4 22 6t Drug Store I am inthe market for hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan It M West 34tf New line of Buggies 520 tf Mounr Elkin Do you want a nice vehicle We have all kinds Get our price 5 20 tf Romans Elmore Choice Hemp Seed A few bushels of the Kentucky Rev er bottom Preston Hemp seed for sale Call on J C Ilemphill Lances ter or Gabe Preston Stone Ky Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 41tt Automobile Free The Royal Tailors will give 10 to their customers absolutely free Each customer stands an equal chance to get one see J C Hemppill who will tell you all about it 325tf We have a line of ihe and best cakes ever brough tf Davidson We have Varnish Stains Enamels Floor House Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Colors iq oil and rose line of Brushes ster Drug Stole House Cleaners Vlttontloh As the season for Spring Cleaning is at hand you will need Amunia Car bolic Acid Sponges Chamois Var niches and brushes e have all of these and at the prices us your we promptly 422 6tv Prisbies yrug Store Ingersoll Dollar at Thompsons Buggy Harness bargains I Mount Elkin Furniture the best made at lowest I prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Please call and settle your accounts I 459tf Beazley Faris Japalac varnish makes old urni ure new Thompsons tt Plants Plants Plants Geo Smith I refund your money WBAt else could you ask 4 22 Drug Store We handle the very furniture picture moulding In fact in a firstclass upto establishment us a call Hamilton Dunlap 56tt J OrT I exercises 34 tf dressers will I ug For Salo factory 5 20 tr v shies warehouse Ire est to ancaster urrey Jap h laC alit ever shown to La 422 at Ef s Bed- Bug lowettt Tele- Phone will Watches 4 You take no chol In iog our Uls I made and Itit does not Ion we will s A RlariimrVrrt Fairgrounds C hemp S C sATisFu TORY tv gent building S Roof you Automobiles ies Killer Mot deliver 22tf T time best give fit Frhsb best ianos everything J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE A house wellpainted is t i Conn Bros AN ECONOMY 1t111tltliiiiiitifiiltiliPflifiiPNilittiSiH81i11i19ft1iNt1 flittt11C11 JIIIUlUII11U11UUUlAJIkUUUIUlUU1JUlUlUJUUIWlIIJIIJUIIUII 7 A house painted with a cheap paint is expensive The cost of applying 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 everything pertaining to paints Let us have your business it will be appreciated I I FBISBIES w Get our Prices on buggies before Mount Elkin 5 20 tf Hemp Seed For Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post ollice Mc Creary Ky J T lllcks fouling beds etc at Hamilton Jfc Dunlaps 5itf German millet seed Mount El kin 5 0tf We have German Millet seed oats and corn choice nicely cleaned hemp seed on liberal terms tf II A B Marksbury Son German millet seed Mount El kin 5 C tf Brown cultivators Mount El kin 56tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Get your plants from Geo Smith The best ever Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4ltf 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 kin 5 6 tf We have the very best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Marksbury Son If you ae going to paint your house roof barn or any thing else we can supply your wants for paint of every description at best prices 422 tf Store Every one who buys a Royal Tailor suit stands a chance to get an absolutely free Go and see C Hemphill who will explain it to you 325 tf I will give my entire time to the Merchant business this sea son and If possible give better satis lion than ever before 325tf J C Hemphill Dr Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on st two doors below Record office 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 office I will take pleasure in explaining to you I go out and treat the same as other 4ltf UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock Undertakers Parlor oh Danville just above Presbyterian church Phone 11L buy- Ing Wardrobes Ilv physicians A BEAZLEY C Cultivated C S S S Automobile Danville diseases 0 0 always street e sYDt a Not a Luxury I I IDRUGSTORE Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 53 w Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky F H Hostler0 L Hammack Paint Lick Kentucky Give us order for Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special or ders filled without delay BlacksmithingAND Carriage Repairing Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORS of Mercer as a candidate for Congress In the District to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Your support earnestly taUel ted tf For Congress- We ere authorized to anuounce HON HARE HELM of Loncoln county as a candidate for Congress In the district subject to tho action the Democratic party For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon Georgo G Gilbert for reuomination as candidate for Congress subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI SON aa a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Gnlley is a candiemte for of Public in Co subject to action of the democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a for nomination for Coun Attorney subject to action ot the Demo cratic partyFor Supt Public Schools- We are authorized to announce Miss Mlttfe as a candidate for nomination for Super intendent Common Schools for Garrard coon ty subject to the action of the Democratic par We are prepared to do the very best roof will do work when promised No delays or dissat isfaction our work Leave or dens at Frivbie drug store Charley Ball Louis Herndoa 415 U That 5 I I your i the Dunn 11 g an LHannack i Cy z r gi Land Stock Crops For onion beds there is no better fertilizer than poultry droppings It can be sprinkled on top of the ground after tic seeds have been planted An occasional feed of milk and is given show horses but these produce soft flesh in general and are not satisfactory except in forcing the young colts Whey is more valuable than may he supposed It contains more sugar than does cream skim milk or and its use as rood for pigs that it is a valuable for that purpose The cleaning of cons by using the brush and curry comb on them as well as giving them a scrubbing and rinsing with a sprayer may appear waste of labor to those who have never tried the plan but if tho cows were so treated tlis result would be a larger quantity of milk and butter the cows would be more comfortable It is important to brush cows than horses as the dirt from cows easily finds its way into the milk The practical value of birds in con trolling insect pests should be more generally recognized It may be an easy matter to exterminate the birds in an orchard or grain field but it an extremely difllcult one to control the insect pests It is certain too that the value of our native sparrows as weed destro ers is not appreciated Weed seeds form an important item of the winter food of many of those birds and it is impossible to estimate the immense numbers o f noxious weeds which are thus annually de stroyed sugar buttermilk demonstrates substance as- a more a i Is healthy age nnd the health of jt old age is ruled by the stomach Throughout life the stomach is 4 in fact the vital center of the body but the fact is never so g of old age when the nu g trition of the body is of the first importance f- Old people who are weak and who fail to assimilate nourish f ment will find wonderful benefit in the use of Dr Pierces Gold Medical Discovery It cures diseases of the stomach and other g organs of digestion and nutri tion and so enables the perfect digestion and assimilation of 4 food from which all physical jstrength is derived When I wrote you for advice I was 3 one but general debility writes Mrs Martha of Clare moot Co Va I purchased 3 bottle of Golden Medical also one of Favorite Prescription f bottle of Pellets I soon be g them was feeling so well I dis continued I do not testi Ji- nonials in your book from ladies as old as I am I think V no medicine equal to for old 4 people It declining days easy cheerful DP PssrssG Pleasant f Pellets The best fax atsve fas ala pespfs I 4ii ilf1iolAo r jI i r r1 4- fSii J 1 much appreciated as in the time proper i ten feeling very miserable with not iJone att anda gan to improve and continued taking t t t 4 3 Ed41yf X It is peremptory that stock drinl pure water It is best that they ob tain this water from a running stream near the barn The best feed is corn and clover hay It is also best for hogs that run after cattle Roughness cattle must have and all kinds of hay and all kinds of straw or fodder will answer Far mers ought to protect and house all roughness in summer and fall The old style of feeding is nearly abolished and ought to be a thing of the past and ary farmer feeding on the old style will see ruinous before them The main object in fecd ing in the barn is the manure the greatest fertilizer that can be found anti which is required on same as stock require food A ought to feel as proud of a quantity of manure to haul iiis place as to drive a lot of fat stoc oil of it Kentucky Farmer It is necessary for a feeder to ro vide himself with a good substi iuf barn for it is best that cattle si be sheltered fro m the different changes in weather Also by this means the cattle receive purer feed and get the benefit of all the feed that is placed before them By feeding on the outside there is a waste of food and manure but this method obviates these wastes and greatly reduces the feed bills The stock should be loose in the barn so that they can leave it at any time for getting water When corn is ground it will finish cattle quicker than when ferron ears but hogs will not get as much benefit from it My advice would be for ear corn and plenty of roughness to cattle and result will prove to best advantage to feeders especially where stock goes on grass in spring when feeders intend to market e any farm the farmer 01 lId- s lefts I IS 1rg LIfee- ing bile B Stands for Dread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey 1 Davi S I I Kentuckys ArtistNo 1455 IV A S H R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Logan Hurst miles from Danville milcsfrom Stanford Kentuckys Artist Is a beautiful chestnut eight years old with three white feet 15X hands high a perfect model In form with great style aud action Kentuckys Artist was sired by Artist Montrose No 51 winner of the great Sweepstakes prize at the Worlds Fair he by Artist No 75 heby King William by Washington Den mark 64 by Gaines Denmark 61 Montrose lOG tracing to Artist 75 dam Lucy No 60 by Bruchers Dronnon s Kentuckys Artist 1st dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Sumpter Denmark 2nd dam Thomas by Nero he Thompsons Morgan 3rd dam Cooper by Patricks Copper Bottom 4th dam Dovey by Barnes Whip of Howard county Missouri he by Blackburns Whip of Kentucky 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 Pat Dolan Kentuckys Artist Is only eight years old and Is regarded by Kentuckys best judgesto be the most saddle stallion in the State 1 will be glad to show him to stable and Invite breeders of fine horses to come and sec Artist before breeding I stand him at 20 the season or 25 to insure a living colt I want your money until you five gotten value received A E Danville Ky Farmfour and sIx w he Artist Montroso 1st dam Baley by Denmark f s2nd dam by Bald Hal f s Lucy perfect gaited one Ke L nUN Stocking 67 by Tom Kent ckys any a- my t ckys don tL ifm linteli abet f jigin v J t days and the increase OD a heel set outht td be frojn 250 to 300 pounds PAINT LICK Mrs Annie Wlnsted of College Hill is the guest of Mrs 1 C Rucker Misses Maggie Rennix anti Snndus are visitors of Mrs Roht Guvnn Mr Joe Uevius of Lancaster was in our town Sunday calling on his best Miss Jennie llnrchcll visited her aunt E 0 Farris at Silver Creek Sunday Miss Ludla Rothwell is in Lancas as the guest of Mrs Emma lug gtnbotham Messrs Js Gayle of l ev Libert and W F Sullivan of Glenco arc W G Kemper Quite a number of young people spent a pleasant evening with Miss Frankcy Doty last Thursday E L Woods shipped two car loads of hogs to Cincinnati Tuesdayfor hich he paid 8115 to 423 par hundred lbs New lot of Carpets Mattings Rugs and Druggets at 520tf R L Jennings Henry Arnold now hulling a posi tion with the L and N Railroad Co The Continental Tobacco Company are having their purchase of toljacco pressed which they recently bought from A Hoffman Drs IS Mays C Ramsey and W G attended the of the State Medical Association at Lex ington this week The K P Lodge has taken on new life having increased their 5 here 50 per cent in the last month Quite a number of the Lan caster members were present last Monday night a few candidates were given the first and second degrees While the K P and 1 0 0 F Lodges arc the youngest we have yet they are increasing their membership more than any other order and in a short time they wili be the largest in Hum ber that we have here Do It Today The timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you cm do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That isthe terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing- cold with winch you have been for several days perlaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TO DAY and let that remedy be Dr Bos dices German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtylive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly re lieve your cough or cold and its tinued use for a fewdays will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread has attacked your lungs Herman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trou Die New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 Aug AN OPPORTUNITY TO EARN 12000 1000 Gives One The Right To Contest The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder Lexington Ky offers an opportunity to those who are familiar with the thoroughbred to earn 512000 in a con test 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 26th of May Two thousand dollars of this is to be divided among the first three who select these horses correctly 81000 to the first 8750 to the second and 8250 to the third Ten thousand dollars is to be divi ded among all those who make correct selections and in case there is only one who makes a correct selection the full812000 will be awarded to him there is no correct selection the full 812000 will be given to him or those making the nearest correct se lectien The contest closes on the 25th of May the day be fore the Brooklyn is run and all selec tions must be in the The Ken tucky Farmer and Breeder at 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 offered hy this enterprising paper should send their selections in at once The only condition to take part in the I I I k g 7 y WAn d tH girl of Sunday Cat nhurg me ting membership I R consumption in- case Wednesday of Lexington I I Inte tt ui- jtsi Pit11tiq tt nti tiflCt 2 Y Mrs er u i struggling eon 0111cc Me W fa r th Miiiscrlplioii iiiUiefi the Kill lrtuafiepir f s Widhr 1JJ 2i a man fjr his before elec tion day thats options A Miro Tlrln It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not al together true Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Js a sure cure for lilting and throat troubles Thous ands can testify to that Mrs C IJ Van of Shepherdloxvn W Va says had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr itings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it It is guaran teed rjy McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle free Regular sizes 50c 1m Go every mans security at the bank thats wheels In your head Cured Klutlicr of KliPtimntlMii My mother has beets a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says II Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all times walking was painful I present ed 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 is never without it now and is at all times able to walk An application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by Frishics Drug Store 1m For rcsid ence on Lexing ton street Possession given at oner 13tf Mrs Susan Fisher Hay Corn and Oats for sale Banks 513tf i i i i I uiiJIII P v 100 n she occasional Rentmy i Ie Li td I etliX tre ills THE MEWS across the world that it may be 11fFLPlSU1 seen by suffering humanity every where t 3 the most marvelous medical the orld has ecr known will quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CATAUHH and all BLOOD DISEASES It strikes at the very root of the disease driving the poison from the blood and replacing it with pure rich blood DISEASE can not EXIST when the BLOOD is PURE LIFE PLANT make it so then nature does her part and disease is soon forgotten in the enjoyment of perfect health Our guarantee is XO CURE NO PAY Mrs Chas Spach of Fifth St New Philadelphia 0 three months I bad rheumatism In a very severe form- My feet wore so badly swollen that they felt at If I were on needles Conlil walk only ireatdlUlculty and severe pain The pain was to severe us to jive many sleepless hours at light I great sntlerer Could no until I took LIKE 1IiANT Two bottles cured me I cannot say too much for It MFG ONLY BY THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON O BLUE GRASS JMB5ER1ES SPRING 1904 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vinesRhubarbjSmall fruits everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw berry and General on application T agents Both phones 279 I II F Jlillehmcyer SOilS f LEXINGTON KY ti1 l fo P ant discovery n sFor standing a relief J 1 land 1 f r No with was Catalogue j To Close Out Our Business I Our large and attractive stock of Monuments Markers 1 and Headstones I The Greatest Opportunity ever offered in Lexington This work is of the best grades of Marble and Granite and of new and artistic designs Call at once and make a selection if you are in need kind of Cemetery Work It will be lettered in the best style mid delivered and set up in the Lan caster or other Cemeteries or delivered securely packed on the cars The Lexington Monument Go 549 West Main Street Lexington Ky ofany r w ii- L A GuiIedgH cif VerbMia Ala twice In the hospital from a sever case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured hitr It conquers aches and kills pain 25e at Mcllpberts Druggist 1m ItlUY UPON IIYO9XE- IUurcyColds CoiigliM Catarrh and Grit Just Hrcatlie It Ilyomel is natures own method for curing catarrh colds coughs and dis eases of the respiratory organs It is the only natural treatment for the cure of these troubles Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that with every outfit the air that passesJnto 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 Lead throat and lungs it soothes and heals all irritations of the mucous Jlyomei is prescribed by physicians generally Many of them use it them selves to break up a cold and prevent pnenionia The complete Ilyomei 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 Ilyomei This costs butrSl and it will cure tiny ordi nary case of catarrh In chronic and deep seated conditions longer use is necessary and extra bottles of Ilyomei can be ootained for 50c making it a most economical treatment for seaseR E McKoberts has so much in the power of Ilyomei 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 fails to give satisfaction lIe takes all the risk himself and Ilyomei costs you absolutely nothing unless it does you good 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 t o suit purchaser Will make division into town lots or small tract and on the easiest terms of West Sweeney J 1 j ttt II it5i i tkt1Jftll thy Itflll qrc JII mel rane I confidence I Fop Sale payment f y tos Lhtj oleotkn Arrct 1 tv cOnies PARAGON 229 I 4 Bay horse 1C hands high foaled 1800 bred by R L Nash Lexington Ky and owned by W T Noel and Forrest Stapp Buclcye Ky By Jay Bird 5060 1 dam OneIda 217 hy Florida 4S2 Sire of Frequent 21 Florida Monarch 217J4 Faust 21SJ4 Fanny Swope J li Walnut 2 19 etc and dams of Iteldia 2Ul Palm lest ilithe huron MSi Democracy 207 etc 2 dam Lndy Ham dam of Hawthorn 2 Kd Winters 12 i ind Ashland Boy 1 s hy flomhrino SiO I J Sire of Delmarch 2 11J3 Haiiiward 21J Kahlo 21ti Drelin court 117 Ciraydoii1 and toothers unit dams o Hawthorne 200 Orin 1J2 PUJ Emma M2W3J etc 3 dam Molly liy Ashland 47 Sire of Highland Win 22is Felony liorrrneliA 2 J74 Joe 230 etc 4 dam Uritton by Munihrino IIritton5 dam Sir Walter Todhnnters Jar KirdVWU sire of Hawthorne 2WJi winner of Memorial Oooi 11K Alit rton2 m of 110 in 23 Early 2 in Miss Jay 2 11 Uose Croix 21 If Invader 2114 Larahie the Great 3 SlsJiJ 1 others and the dams of Ores out lining Altoka 10 Qn en Alfred 21 and J others In 2 0 George Wilkes 51 dam fcidy Frank by Wi Iara on is a very handsome indivldnal with of sir style action and finish His sir Jay Bird is one the very greatest living sires and that his blood breeds on is shown hy the fet that lois sous have sired over 225 standard performers inclnilins Locauda 2U5I4 Charley hey T 2r i4 Susie J 2 Hi Kasle 207i Jay McGre gor iQS unit many other 210 performers There is no reason xvhy 1arairou should not become one of Jay Birds sons as he is otto of the best bred horses living ills record as made the fifth heat SMI a slow half mile track and Is no measure of his Should Para Ion fall to pet you a trotter he is a horse of suet line size action style and finish that his get will certainly command fancy for high iKtlug road and carriage horses which cannot bo produced foist enough to supply the demand Paragon will make the season of 11101 at W T Xoels stable one mile north of Buckeye on llnckeye and Lancaster at S to insure a living colt sound and all right A lieu retained on colt to secure service lee Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occnr CASTELBlackjack 15l hauds high foalel in ISM sired by Jack hebyOriggs Jack he by Hob Lee he by lilack Hawk he by Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Jarden big lii hands Jennet Jatel will make the season of 1901 at my stable 1 mite below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky Itiverat tare a Horse Me 8 to tare 10 for Jennet YOUNG GIANTGray Jack 15 hands high sired by Logan Caldwells Giant Boyle County Ky out of a very fine Jennet he has proven himself a sure oat getterand a fine breeder at SIX I1OLLAHS to insure a living colt sound and all right Sloth of these Jacks will stand under same terms A lieu retained on colt season Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should NOEL Buckeye Ky Arlellll 21S4 Kit I sire all I the Mitcioel 6 to a mare or or ally occur W T lie o6 2 22 haunt io PMuomliriuto Star greatest u Commissioners Sale of Lund GAUUAUD CIKCUIT CounT W N Carters Heirs PlIT vs N Carters Heirs By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the March Term 1004 of the Garrard Cir cull Court I will on MONDAY MAY 23 1004 publicly before the Court House door iii tile of LancasterGarrard coun ty sell to the highest and beat bidder the following described real property lying and being in Gar rard county on the waters of Scotts Fork of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone at the East side of Poor jUdge pike in the middle of the new county roadjtheuce leaving the pike and with the middle of said county road south 81J east 3 51 chains to a point at upper edge of road south uli 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 0 feet south 39 west from a wild cherry tree north 821 chains north 40 east striking a branch 3 29 chains north COJ east U chains to middle of road north 85i east 4 chains north oli east 2 45 chains to Scotts Fork thence down north 5 west 14 07 chains north 201 east 331 chains north 47 east 6 32 chains north I54j east 5 50 chains north 201 east 5C2 chains north 12i 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 85J 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 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 12C2chains pass tog Pendletons corner to a stone thence with the calls of deed from W 7 Carter made in 1894 now owned by James L Simpson south 691 west 622 chains south 561 west 5 20 chains to a stake at the fence south 52 west 21 50 chains to a stake on a drain north 86 W Dfts c ty cast 3 same 6G I Kentucky vest 2 SEASON 1904 Lawn Stock Farm 4ycarold Rccorri 222 ill Jill hit 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 dims it Is to Ugliest interest of the own ers of snares Mercer and adjoining counties to treed to HeibLeaf 1st Because he is not for sale I expect to keep him ant breed and handle his produce and it is 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 ard have sold for higher prices undeveloped tutu those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining lcd Because his colts hove taken more premiums than thosa of our stal lion In Mercer or adjoining counties 4th Ilecause he has a letter lecord as a race horse having won 10 out of 13 races milt a bet ter record as a show horse having won 6S out of IB shows than any stallion in Mercer or iid joining counties 5th Ilecause Red Leaf the only horse sired by a horse with a record of 218 C F Clay who luau sired 8 colts with rue ords better than 213 anti with a dam Lady Hart that every colt she lied took a stair record and was a winner toil whose gi dam Soprano was the greatest broo the world tl in the list omit C sold f 000 and whose dam sold whose dams sire Ked Wilkes told for j0000 fora half interest and who himself I Red Leaf sold at three f rlWXand at fonrte n years old for 1TV and that has himself sirtd 14 colts to tell for over UOO some nj high as 2000 from itrioiUOO fith But three o Ret Leafs colts were ever trained for mid all took records 7th Hut one of lieS eals colts was ever raceS and Ce started In 11 or 12 races winning first in one and second in toll the o hers as shown by tile Year book ant showed would- havebeena sensational horse hoot he lived Leaf Its sired more highclass hih priced teams thin any stallion in Kentucky in In the past two years Uth I can show several over 3000 I now of those sold live years old and most of them tinder three years Now I say If you want a trotter itch Leaf is lured to get them as his sire is otto of the sires of extreme and his dam a great producer and she by one of the worlds greatest speed lIed HVcs and his sires dam the greatest brood mare in the world If you wanta show horse he has proven he cull get them of the highest quality a more him the circuit in regular and and inning 21 out of 20 shows something equaled only by the worlds famous Gipsy Queen war t a business horse he can them that will sell for tin highest toIlers and his fillies ion sure to be great brood mores If these are not farts why Lalso mine a good Black Jack to stand at S to insure a living colt R E Goddard Burgin Ky nD of cry counties I mllre In whose r earsod Icrcer or Red worlds h g not I NiJ t sir F Clay for stile ioui counties miles in 2 iAaiud iOu offers of for bare Njii spec des w you t WmIIerndon G B Swlnebro- adKerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store W S BEAZIEY G C FARIS Beaajley Paris Dentists over Thomp ons store Danville st J west 1600 chains to a stake on the east side of n 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 4U east 18 chains to a stake on said drain south 2 west 2 15 chains to the middle of the PoorRidne pike thence with the middle of said pike south 83Least 160 chains north 81 east 6 chains to the north edge ol metal of pike south 62 east 8 65 chains to north edge of metal south 32 eat 296 chains to the beginning contain Said sale will be a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be required to execute equal amounts with good and sufficient for said money paya ble to the undersigned Master Commls 6 percent Interest per annum from day of paidhav ing the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue bonds are not at maturity and will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money ROTHWELL Master Garrard Circuit Court R L Davidson Attorney for Plain r I II I I I L 1t f Office log 214t acres TERMS madeon security gloner bearing alien J M tILT t I OOooQcoOO I u Com PUBLIC SALE Thursday June 16 1904 sell to the highest bidder the follow ing described property of Mrs Josie lumber deceased One cow and calf some hogs and kitchen furniture Also at same time will soil the farm consist ing of 170 acres all in grass except 50 acres and a meadow to be cut theta are four springs on this farm which never fall has a pond which never goes dry has a good house barn anti all necessary out buildings This farm is situated on new Lancaster and road two miles from Lancaster made known on day of sale Sale begins at nine oclock a m J I HAMILTON 513 tds Deputy Clerk at Bpyantsvllle II A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County Olerk fur Garrard and is located at Brvantsville prepared to take acknowledgements o f Deeds Mortgages and all legal documents 4 23tf I KILLTHB COUCHSAND CURE THE LU CSS household Danville Y We will oti S Tet nut 4 r WITH r isw lImB c 11 flg S I I DNSUiKPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price BOcSIOO Free Trial 1 111 THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK MEDICAL FOU THE I BBGpptiy RL JKGS French Coach Stallion Quasi No 2127 In French Coach Stud Book of America nlso In Ilepublliine Fraucaise Harm Natlouatx Xo 12SC7 Winner of first prize at the National Culver sal Exposition loris ISBTDticpuiietins with over CO jtallloiij in show ring Imported by W II Ticlienor t Co of Chicago InlWS Color lay black points small star ir4 hauls high weighs in working order IA0pounds sired by the iorerumuiit stool dam Churmitntie bv Io2nd loin by Involution extendedframed Quasi IMS never teen in theMhow A sure breeder of large line high style colts and vcrv kind to handle I Invite the attiniion of breeders to my colts by him to be seen on my farm of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi will make the present season of 1901 nt m farm Stanford on the hits touville Ilke at 1500 to Insure Colt F REIDPhone 111 Danville Address Stanford or Danville Dorsey Qolddust 12052- Full brother to Estcllc 219 14 Sired by Zilcadi Goddard 1110 by 150 unit he by Vermont Morgan dusts grand toni on sireVsiile was br Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi His dam is by nolden Miugo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan milking him intensely inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides of road ever known Horsey oddust is a dark dappled bay full in hands and weighs 12CO a proven and uniform breeder of root eastern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and and lire in at totprices Both the saddle tint com gelding of the American Horse Shows of IMtt 03 Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit 10 of hIs colts sold met year for IOJ0was refused for a walktrot mare by him His services aru offered for less than horse of his producing qualities in Kentucky Will stand at my farm near at 2000 to Insure Colt Money due when colt drops or mare parted by breeder at 00 eta per week on piass no for accidents or escapes The lest of careful handling given no accidents so far F REIDAddress Danville or Stanford Chester Squirrel Will maze me season one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye ant Laureate pike at SCO to Insure a Living Colt four mouths old A lien retained until season money is Money tote when the mare Is traded or bred to other stock Core taken to prevent accidents but not should any occnr Squirrel S years old 1C hands high a dark chestnut he is tho highest of tliiish plenty of courage but perfectly kind natural anti harness a in form possessing that wonder fill characteristic of the Chesterdare film which the world acknowledges as superior to all as a show horse Pedigree by the unions Chesterdare Xo 10 X S II It he by Black Squirrel 3s he by llhick Eagle King William 67 he by Washington Denmark fil he Ualnes Cl aud he by race horse Denmark F imported Iledgeford Chester Squirrels lout by aud moitnt known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to be one of the brood mares In Kentucky PINE JACK at the same time sun place I will stand my big young Juek JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr wns sired by John Jf is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Dlackburu he by Prince be Slid Prince he hy Prince let dam Daisy Dixie she by Irvin Dixie by Jud lain Nellie Gray by Lord Vlllinton rd dam by Importer He is 14 hands high solid black points I also stand anothtrsood mule at Ct0 T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky Washington 54 The greatest and highest type Saddle Stal liontlmt ever made a season in coun ty Investigate for self enquire of OilY breeder of high class saddle horses In Ken lucky All horses In his class are standing for from 10 to CO lint In order to put in reach of all desiring the servie s a horse that I have decided to stand hliu at Tie to Price of to Insure a living colt or 10 cash for the sea son money to be paid at time o f service If mare is tradid or with season money is due Grass furnished at 2 per mo th or grain fed at 8 Not responsible for accidents or escapes but care taken to picvent Slime Description and Pedigree Washington is the sire of Preston 022 the Is is hands high finely formed is a brown with a little white on both hind feet has a fine mkue and tail and Is a natural Cromvcn 7 by Old Washington Denmark M by Gaines old racehorse Denmark Cromwell 1st dam by old John Dlllard 2nd a dam Halcorn 103 hail dam by Crusader 3rd dam by Cockspur The dam of Washington was the dam Nutters fine show mare this one of the finest saddle horses J W Sweeiey Laacsuter Surest and Qnicclt Guru for all TROUBLES a1jBnrS G DBS r ERY rune horot suit beaten rbi I JO 21 miles Gold I nut iSOlon my ferns Dell S by er liii by Mariuiiutoiko anol Tetihiet lIy Joe rd by c ack nom o filCh I not d show horse JJ dim by Grey E811e W 1 I consider His on both sides produced the best saddle stock In the State Ky ALE lGorsev thi lMO v Chester tvle by greatest sib saddle horse Sired by first InKentuCky have- 5