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FIFTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 27 1SW4 XVMBMK THEC NTRATd RECORD t t t s PLUMBINGBetter 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 REPAIRINGWe pie when good honest reparing is to be doneand our prices are right Our Large Stock WALL PAPER has arrived all new patternsAlso new Furniture Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Large new stock see for Successors toJA Beazley Co L DAVIDSONAttorney Iaw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business rrw9 I guttering ofwork J RH- ASBLDBN MJ JN1IIt Etc ICalland HaliltonOunla R rAM1iM i yourself s r 0f Local Interest Enforce the vagrant law The little Park is a beauty Fox the photographer Friday The street sprinkling is a success Nothing but pollerticks Monday I The spring fishing has been very poor The post otliue is being painted and papered New rock is being spread on some of the streets Garden truck is doing much better than was expected Candidates were as thick Monday as lleas on a curs back The magistrates will have the court house painted It is sadly needed Lancaster has the best telephone system and most polite and obliging operators in the state The ladies have planted flowers in the live beds made in the little park and it will soon be a thing of beauty The Ladies Aid Society of Christian church will give a strawberry supper in early part of the season Date will be given in next issue The Danville Prep nine played ball in Lancaster Friday the home team winning The visitors were not only good players but perfect gentle men Big Sale of Cattle Ruble Glass of Camp Nelson sold 800 cattle at 4cts and 50 a t 4cts They were sold to Myers Co of Baltimore Manager James A Beazley is doing line work in keeping down the dust The sprinkling is done whenever the dust becomes thick This is done with the tire hose During the Athletic Tournament the W U will serve refreshments at the Rest Rooms Ice cream strawberries etc will be served at very reasonable prices The K P Lodge is now in a Hour ishing condition and is made up of some of the best citizens of the town Every Friday night they have work in one of the degrees The K P lodge is a good Rev II N Faulciner on invitation of Rev Mr Tinder lined the pulpit at the Cnristian church Sunday morning Mr Faulconer is not only a splendid preacher but a clever gentleman by all He preached at the Pres byterian church Sunday night For State Senator In this issue appears the announce ment of Hon R L Hubble of Lincoln as a candidate for State Senator Mr Hubble is wellknown in Garrard and has many warm supporters lIe is thoroughly qualified for the place and is in the race to win Contest at Stanford Interior Journal E H Beazley an nounces that the 11th annual contest for young ladies will beheld at Waltons Opera House June 17th A number of entries have al ready been received and this promises to be a most interesting contest Kentucky Editors The Kentucky Press Association will meet in Louisville Monday June 13 elect officersattend to routine bus iness and leave Tuesday night for a visit to the Worlds Fair A most pleasant trip is in store for the boys and every editor in the state is ing on going 150 to Cincinnati Sunday The L and N will run another 150 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday The Zoo is now wide open the theatres have not closed base ball is in full blast and many other attractions are open Train leaves Lancaster at 5 a m Returning leaves Cincinnati about eight oclock It We understand the ladles compos ing the Cemetery Committee will soon resume the work of beautifying the local City of the Dead which is good news to those having an interest They have done much good work but there is still room for improvment and we trust the ladies will receive all needed assistance in the noble work Splendid Address We have heard many compliments passed upon the remarks of Hon Wm J Price in delivering the address to the graduating class Tuesday evening Mr Price is a son of Mr Wm C Price known and beloved by many Lancas ter people Mr Price is a gifted speak er and a Christian gentleman whose brilliant future is rejoiced in by a host of friends here in his native town County Sunday School Convention The county Sunday School conven tion will be held in the Methodist church Tuesday The program as published in a recent issue of The is an interesting one and if you havent a copy get one Last year the country churches showed much more interest in the meeting than did the Lancaster people and it is hoped that all interested and every body should be will not only attend the meeting but assist in entertaining the visitors I I C T fi urI therein I I Record Ss C beloved elocutionary p I z t See Enoch the Mantish at the Car nival His feats tinder water are daring and will interest nd amuse you 272t Sunday School will not be held at Herrings school house Sunday after noon on account of the decoration Lightning struck Judge Robinson hen house and killed every chicken therein The Judge would be in bad shane should a Methodist camp strike the town Decoration Sunday The Knights of Pythias will hold their annual decoration of graves next Sunday The exercises will be held in the Christian church at two oclock in the afternoon consisting of songs prayer and an address at con clusion of which the Knights will pro ceed to the Cemetery and conclude the services placing a design on the grave of the deceased brethren To Raise Maple Trees The seed from Maple trees is now ripe and falling A touryear old Maple is worth 25 cents There is nothing easier to raise They will grow anywhere and on almost any kind of still All that is necessary iso open a trench along the fence or any where else about three inches deep drill the seed and replace the dirt They will grow faster if cultivated but they will grow without it Why not raise Maples in the fence corneas in the plate of briars and weeds Court Day A large number of people came in Monday but many of the farmers has tened with their business and to work Business with the was fairly good The farmers said they were well in hand with their work and think the prospects for good crops are much better than ap poured a month ago The wheat localities is doing well the of half a crop being looked for Tie politicians had full sway and much buttonholeing was done The glad hand prevailed and much of the ohbejoyful was in evidence Uncle Sam Can Help The Jessamine Journal says There is a great outcry from all parts of the country against blind tigers But how can such evil be stopped when to a certain extent they are indorsed by the government There are many blind tigers in Kentucky the owner holding a receipt showing he has reve title license That accounts for the which so many people sell whisky openly that they have government license No government ollicer should issue license to a white man or negro unless he positively knows that he will come within the bounds of the law and to do this the government should require every indi vidual who applies for license to hold an order from the judge in the county in which he lives That would do away with so much of this thing of selling whisky without state or city license Odd Fellows Carnival and Spring The Monumental Carnival replete in every thing of high char acter and of moral influence and will exhibit in thiscity the entire week of May 30th and June 4th and none need hesitate to visit it In the several en tcrtainments is The Old Plantation the original negro minstrel Little Nellie the high diver Si the Indian snake eater Lunette the Flying Lady who flies through the air with the aid of electricity the great Electric and the Kaola Sisters There is also a firstclass Ferris Wheel and merrygo round with the outfit Prof Kelley and h i s marvelous Electric Theatre which carries its electrical plant will be one of the leading attractions The shows come especially well spoken of by pulpit and press and is indeed a novel attraction The different views pre sented by the kinetoscope connected with the show comprise scenes from all the leading events of the world in the past foryears and will be doubtless appreciated here especially by those seeking historical illustrations Dont Butt In Did you ever think of the number of people who walk up and butt in when two or more people are talking It is distressing that people so far for get their good manners It is almost Impossible to hold a conversation on the street without some fellow walk ing up with the usual Talking While you may not be talk ing secrets yet if two persons are standing to one side it Is presumed that the subject under discussion is not for the public at large very annoying habit is that piac ticed by some men who will walk in o a private office take a seat open their head and proceed to gab while a man is engaged with another Every person has some fault but that of butting in is the worst The other day we saw a fellow enter a certain bank stork right back into the private room where the cashier was talking with a gentleman flop down into an easy chair and cock his brogans upon the table Such a thing as apologizing for intruding or even removing hat seemed an unknown quantity to the fellow and he had had opportunities to learn better too Good manners should never be forgot ten and this little is to remind those who so far forget themselves A gentleman will act the gentleman un der all circumstances very meet- Ing I Company- Is secrets Another business squib exercises returned merchants inmost average Festival Theatre party his Meet me on the Midway Dont miss little Nellie the high Diver 21 Spend at least one day at the street fair in Lancaster all next week 2t Hurry Hurry come early and stay late and enjoy yourselves at the cele bration next week 2t Important Meeting There will be very important moot lug of the lodge this Friday and member Is to be Physical Culture Class Mr Tlios C has been in Lancaster several dJs organizing a class in Physical Culture for men and boys announces that on account of the coming of the Street Fair he will not open classes until the show shall have come and gone Mr Adams secured a large number and predicts splendid results along Physiological lines The Adams Bros who travel and teach jointly organized a second class in Stanford which is now in progress A second class for ladies was also taught there by Miss Adams Success on the Farm Success is what every farmer wants and the following rules will contrib immeasurably towards bringing it Have a place for everything and keep everything in its place When using any tool or implement deposit it promptly in the place where it Study and plan to have as conveniences around as possible Exercise sociability and that with the neighbors so that when help is it will be cheerfully rendered when anything needs fixing it should be attended to promply For instance when the carriage wheels need packing pack them at once Packing is cheaper than boxing on axles Repair promptly all broken harness straps snap cockeyes buc kles and especially the long lines of double seams when weak and likely to be torn apart when least expected Never run any kind of machine a mo ment unless all bolts and bolt heads are in proper place Keep all axles and other parts needing oiling well on time Take up every broken plank in the barn floor and that is weak and likely to break and replace it with a sound one Contract no debt of any size unless you know before hand where the money is to be secured to pay it when due Even then it would be best as a rule not to make the debt Be scrupulously prompt in everything Never anything until to morrow that should be attended to to day keep in mind the ideas and act up on them that to get along well to carve out success to get the most out of life a good understanding of the sound theories and a businesstrade calling or are essential if the greatest of success is to be hoped for Cor Epitomist Closing of Graded The closing days of the recent term of the Graded School were by far the most enjoyable in the history of that splendid institution The entire term was passed without the least friction between teachers pupils or parents something which seldom happens where so many young ideas are being taught to shoot as the old sayin goes The fact that everybody is satisfied with the work speaks volumes of praise for Prof Maimix and his able corps of assistants as the management of such an institution is much more serious proposition that the public can conceive without daily visits to the school Several very entertainments were given but our limited space forbids going into details We wish to say howev er for the benefit of the taxpayers that The Record can assure them that their money has been not only spent in a judicious manner but with far more judgment and discretion than the average trustee exercises The school is doing a world of good for the community and it seems to us that a taxpayer should pay his money for this purpose with much more pleasure and willingness than for any other purpose At the proper time the trustees will publish a statement to show the taxpayer just where his mon ey has gone a matter the law requires of all public officials but which has never been done save by a few Commencement week was concluded by the graduating exercises in Chris tian church Tuesday evening The invocation was by Elder F M Tinder diplomas delivered by lIon William J Price of Danville the benediction by Rev C M Chumbley Mrs Taylor of Lexington presided at the pipe organ the music being exceptionally good There were seven graduates essays and addresses showed deep thought and careful preparation They were delivered in a splendid manner and many compliments were showered up on the readers and speakers The grad uates were Miss Edith M Morrow Mr Robert Chester Powell Miss Jauie Gordon Doty Mr Chas A MahanMiss Flonnie C Hammond Mr RobertWare McRoberts Mr Wm Ross Bastin The church was crowded many being una ble to gain admission The large crowd showed the interest taken in the school by our people and also went to prove that the people In terested In the school and its Si cats snakes alive 2t 2t I a K l presents AdlIns who hast dome oiled everyone practices Schools a I are belongs many needed Remember postpone Finally underlying profession measure thoroughly enjoyable welfare Through Sleeper Iron Lexington t St Louis via Chesapeake Ohio Rail way Beginning April 28th the dies apeake Ohio Railway will a through sleeping car line to St Louis via Louisville and the Southern Railway to leave Lexington daily at 520 p m and reach St Louis at 730 a m Returning this sleeper writ leave St Louis at 1010 p m and will reach Lexington on C O train number 22 1110 a m the next morning tf Advice to The lion and the lamb shall lie down politics Every man that says he is for you is to vote for a lie Say you are forced by your be a candidate thats hot air Begin making promises defeat Believe every one who says they have a power of influence if they only had a few bankruptcy Worry over every report you hear insanity Kiss the deceit Patronize church fairs and entertainments thats business Why Not Try This As warm weather has arrived why not fall in line with other uptodate towns and close the stores at 7 oclock every night It is done in ev live town so why not here The clerks and merchants are always at work by 7 a m and in warm wen tlier a little recreation is not only enjoyable but a necessity All this talk about after supper trade Is bosh and if you want to do good work you cannot work fourteen hours a day If you adopt the plan and live up to it the customers will soon become accus tomed to it and not expect you to be there all day and night too All work and no play makes Jack a dull boyand life is to short too wear out by overand unnecessary work Tobacco Outlook Indications are that a larger area than usual will be set in tobacco this Spring but the crop will be set tel days or two weeks later than usual It is time now to begin setting the crop and but few plants are large enough for transplanting If they were they would hardly be set just as the cut worms are very bad in cold weather The prices this winter have been fair and just now are high The stocks now on hand will have been consumed before the new crop will be ready for market with empty warehouses and demand prices will hardly go back to the starvation rates that have pre coiled for several a large crop should be raised this year Says Were Selfish It looks if the Lancaster Fishing Club is trying to stet a corner on all the available fishing places in Central Kentucky Not content with having Dix river leased a mile and a half above and below Kings Mill they will to night try to lease the new lake at Lancnster with the specific that only persons living in Lancaster may fish there There are good men in that Fishing Club sod we are at a loss to understand why men who have always been In other affairs should selfish over a few fishing places as to want to corner all the fishing places in two counties Danville Advocate- In explanation The Record will say that only Lancaster men are wanted us 3iE3i EKS of the club As it will require over two years work to stock the lake and at the same time cost money no man with a thimbleful of sense wishes to do the work or spend his cash for the benefit of the general public who would butt in and reap the of other peoples labor It is the clubs intention when the fish are ripe to invite its friends to enjoy sportbut the public at large must keep out As to the lease at the riv er the writer is also a member of that club but has never been there and In fact knows nothing of the clubs workings but we doknow that invite tions have been extended to many to visit the leased property the writer hiVing sent several to friends in the Advocates town No Sam you are away off if you think there is any self ish metive in the matter On the other hand the members are secure a place of recreation to which they can invite their friends and as we understand it lease the keep away seiners and dynamiters who as all know are destroying the fish in all Kentucky streams 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 and met by Mr Henley who has been located on Wprlds Fair grounds 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 wining to or from the Fair All Information and particulars of trip will be furnished any one calling it Telephone Office or writing Miss Bettie Anderson Secretary or call phone 17L 620tf Candidates togetherthats youthats friends- to earlythatss- ure dollarsthats babiesthats benevolent eryother Increasing ears even if a generous become- so thor- oughlY the striving- to property- to B tin aster C inaugurate S abnormally understanding immediately benefits Gan CLOSING OUT QUIT BUSINESS NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR SEKITIIIIL 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 circumstances let any goods go out of house unless they ARE PAID FOR LOGAN r ro E i lOGAN DRY GOODS SLAUGHTER HT rr iri 3- xii COMPANY SALE Get In The Habit- Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Genuine Bargains We are located in Lancaster per manently We have all our interests here We Propose to Stay Here and to do this we MUST sell you the best Goods at Lowest Prices Our method is to draw trade by giving Honest Values at Honest Prices and we do not advertise one price and then ask another In other words We Have a FirstClass Dry Goods Store and Sell at Lowest Prices Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED zJ r6 9 qO OtPOJooa o Q 9 t r I I I I I I If It Q000G 4 90w 4 A H ti pp00p000000000000000 0004000000 1 OUR GUARANTBE WASHER 1 I III It cleans the Clothes Best Machine Imade Call and see it j Doors Screen Win t dows Refrigerators Ice I Boxes Water Cool ers Ice Cream Freezers Our prices low HAS lOIN i ROBINSON i i Screen are w I w yr LOUIS ANORAM Entered at the Office In iMncaiter Ky ni SecondClan Mail Mailer Lancaster Ky Nay 27 1904 They say that no matter how big a human being becomes there is a streak of meanness in him somewhere and sooner or later it will show Rus sell Sage has lost a million dollars at a clip and viewed the disaster philo sophically But he will haggle over the price of an apple and allow him self to be annoyed by trivial things that really should not concern him says an editorial in the Cincinnati Post Hetty Green with her millions is credited with moving out of a com fortable otlicc because her rent was advanced 2 a month She has done even smaller things than that in a financial way Mrs Jack Gardner the rich leader of society in Boston contested most bitterly a suit of John Williams colored for 8850 She maintained that he was only entitled to 15 for shoveling snow from her sidewalk She lost the suit An Ohio man with nearly a million dollars credit and with no possibility of even spending his income built a brick block six inches inside his lot line and remarked Some day some body will want to use my wall and the priceof that six inch strip of land will surprise him It did The man who wanted to build adjoining was surprised that a wealthy man should descend to such a petty trick in order to make a few unnecessary dollars He refused to be bled and today two flue blocks stand side by side and be tween them there is a space of six inches to measure greed and smallness of mind All of which goes to prove that the possession of money seldom broadens a mind but does emphasize eccentricities The rich man may be able to purchase toleration for his but he can not buy respect when his natural meanness is appar ent Humanity may remember Sage as an able financier It will remem ber his miserly manner of living long er All the good acts of the man who placed his building six inches from the lot line have not suiliced to wipe out the memory of that one sneaking little contemptible business act Men are ONLY MEN after all Any man who says that he is a gen tleman is not a gentleman remarks an exchange A gentleman no more tells you that he is a gentleman than a brave man tells you he is brave Gen tility is a quality which the possessor never seeks to establish as his own of mouth he leaves it to infer ence and the rule has no exception This brilliant speechlessness arises not through modesty but ignorance clearly gentility reveals itself to others he who possesses it has no more knowledge on that faultless point than have your hills of the gold they hold within their breasts An undertaker advertises in an that he will have a cleanup sale giving special bargains in and embalming We know fellowswho if they read of this are so stingy that they will immediately die to get advantage of the low rates offered so in order to do all the good we can for the community we give his offer all publicity we can J P Morgan the great trust and financier has his cigars made for him specially in Havana One of his smokes costs exactly fortyfive cts We would not give one puff of our good old Garrard county long green in a corn cob pipe for Morgans entire stock of cigars and will venture to say his smokes taste and smell like rags or cabbage leaves Russia can stand the loss of troops much better than she can stand the decline in her securities Troops are a great deal easier to raise than credit It seems hardly probable that the Russians are deliberately blowing up their own ships They must have learned to depend upon accident for this sort of thing A New Jersey judge has decided that a boy is worth twice as much as a girl The czar of Russia and the king of Italy no doubt agree with him A New York doctor has found a germicide in colors Maybe the dark brown taste is not such a bad thing after all The Jap war news is about as as a temperance lecture Only those who have nothing else to do read it A Starting Test To save a life Dr Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes A patient was attacked with hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often foundElec tric Bitters excellent for acute and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are postive ly guaranteed for Dyspepsia Constipation and Kidney Try them Only 50c at McRoo erts Drug Store 1m Booze and business make fine paw makers for bankruptcy Sick headache results from a disor dered stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver I It ti I IC RD peculiarities I byword I yellow exchange coffins I several promoter carpet I interesting T G stomach Indigestion troubles a DrugStore w t I NT1A1 hEGQ oat this However Y r a a tll personal MontJQp MJSJB II iPle IlVntTtsm uf CinMil jpij Is the lilies I of Mrs Jennie Wet Col Jack Chinn of Uarrodsburg was in town Monday Mrs McGee of Brodhead was a visi tor here the past week Miss Noreen Henry visited her home folks in Lexington Sunday Miss Mae Robinson of MarcelluF has been visiting Mrs E C Gaines Miss Lizzie Marksbury of Marcellus has been visiting Mrs J 1 Hamilton Miss Katie Lee Denny was with Miss Fannie Doty Commencement week Miss Allie Arnold gave a dinner Sunday in honor of Mr Ogden of Ohio Mrs W C Price and son William J were visitors here Tuesday and Capt W and wife of Rich mond visited the family of C D Powell this week Rev Mr Huey of Stanford will de liver the K P Decoration address Sunday afternoon Dr M J Acton and wife of Eubanks have been visiting his brother Dr J M Acton in this city Mrs George Robinson and children of Lincoln are guests of her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Mrs Rosa Brown Crow of Louisville has been spending a few days with her parents her mother being slightly ill Hon Jesse Alverson represented the Stanford Interior Journal here Jesse is one of the bestposted politicians in the state Ed C Gaines returned Sunday from weeks trip through the South sold 34 harvesting machines in that time Miss Alice Henderson will leave in few days for Memphis where she will be engaged in visiting the schools of the south until time to resume her duties in the Graded school Judge J C Hempniil attended a meeting of the Beaver Creek Oil and Gas Co at Stanford this week and tells us his company is meeting with splendid success It is one of the best investments in the state Lexington Leader Monday at 8 oclock Miss Shailiday pupil of Miss Ortwill give a recital for in the chapel of Hamilton She will be assisted by Miss Jones violinist and Miss Hemphill at the piano Mr and Mrs W M Bogle of Owens boro arrived Monday en route home from the Knights Templar Conclave at Frankfort Mrs Bogle will remain for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Wm II Wherritt Mr Bogle returned to Owensboro Tuesday night his du ties as L and N agent hastening his return He has many friends in who regret the visit was so brief As Capt White remarked If the people were all as good as that man there would be no need of jails and court houses Middlesboro protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church tomorrow The meeting will be conducted by the pastor assisted by Dr F M Tinder of Lancaster Dr Tinder will be remembered for his ex cellent sermons preached in this city die Sunday before commencement week Every one is cordially invited to attend Miss Mary Gill who has been the attractive guest of her aunt Mrs A M Kinnaird returned to her home at Lancaster Tuesday morning Rev C M Reidreturned evening from the Southern Baptist convention held at Nashville PAINT LICK New lot of Carpets Mattings Rugs and at 520tt R L Jennings Mr and Mrs E H Field and Miss White have gone to Tarrent Ky for the summer Miss Sara White will return home week from a five weeks stay in Lexington Paris and Louisville Miss Eliza Rucker is visiting her brother in Lexington Miss Jennie Hammonds has return ed home after a pleasant visit to rela tives and friends Miss Margaret T Sandusky of Jes samine is the guest of ripe Denton Miss Sallie Burnam Woods of Silver Creek is visiting MissChasteen Ruck er this week The cut worms have played havoc with the corn and garden stuff in this section Mrs Minnie Jennings attended the Coinmencement Exercises in Lancas ter Tuesday night W T Short Deputy Collector pass ed through here Tuesday on his way LancasterOur liveryman Guy W Rice lost a valuable mare from an opera tion performed for an abscess Mr Walker Guynn is suffering from A Sure Tbintf It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not true Dr Kings New for Consumption a sure cure for 11 lung and throat troubles Thous 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 Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it It is guaran teed McRoberts Druggist Trial bottle tree Regular 50c llOOQ1m 1I Wednesday T Short Monday hav- Ing graduation College Lancaster RecordA Annie this Miss Kathe Discovery andscan evening t altogether r r l 1 g 4 J J t t j 4 4 j ii tttHMiuiiiiiin fr ni i visit iir llio Sew summer dress goods received at ft L Jennings such solid linens madras batiste Paris muslin suitings also Swiss Hamburg and laces Ail Open Letter From the Chapin S C News Early in the spring my wife and I were ken with diarrhoea and so severe were the pains that we called a physician who prescribed for us but his failed to give any relief A friend who had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and we at once felt the effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire con tents we were entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in every household II C Bailey This remedy is for sale by bies Drug Store 1m Happiness is best when it comes from within Wliooplng Cough In the spring of 1901 my children had whooping cough says Mrs D W Capps of Capps Ala I used Cham berlaius Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results I think this is the best remedy I have ever seen for This remedy keeps the cough loose lessens the severity and frequency of the coughing spell and counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m BEAZLEY Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 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 ilL lu I Wile lIes fpurloclc are bolo no I t medicines Editor A UNDEiRTAKil CHAMP Co I I trsft tci trit lit iri Fri whooping cough 0 JWUut r s l li f McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Voiles Linens Ginghams India Linens Dimities r Ii I t J L 114 0 00 GzllH I S n1i y1 If Qt I I II i1WJffL Jglf Jm Tdlj Iii 0 I oWeo 1 r ip o olo oio o o o 0 oar Q thnAttent I D 1 Q I I L E Waistings and Suitingsthat 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 our best to supply them McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY i I I I I I 0 oIii 01 0 PJ g lfl CClifj1fjl II Iii f I riJf3rrtJf3 t1 t 1 0 a JAI PS 0 Q Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville llor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet Potatoe plants three tirst class Cellery plants Joseph Faul coner 429 tf IPlants j 4 r f P4rWe repaint your house if not satisfactory USE Mastic Paint GUARANTEE it We refund your money or 1 i McROBERTS DRUGGIST AUPOQZ How many people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the ten nearest correct answers to that question The Royal Tailors of Chicago are going to give away ten high grade automobiles including both and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of 100 each for early estimates The total number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was 21480141 to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 you say Let us take your order now for your new spring suit or you are entitled to one guess for every dollar you pay Royal tailoring is known the world over and is worn today by 250000 We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress to please you in both pattern and the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed CALL AND C BE v touringcars j satisfiedcustomers noveltiessomethingsure pricealways I J HEMP ILL r overcoat SEE J 1 I WORE YOUR I I CORN RIGHT te 1 GET A CULTIVATOR OF II Postle j Dont Contract For a Mowing Ma S chine Until You See I THE PbftNO L 1 LightRunning Noiseless p IL eH 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 Matte Iy Store Your Headquarters The Parlor Millinery Store Mrs Jno F Lear First door below Citizens Bank Danville st la t jjliNjfJS 0 0b Jb L m S e Just fffJfjJltJfffflJJ X0fJrlJ0Y0 mEE E E9B E m OO m fr1J k 1jJ tJ D D t w r e rjYCyf IIt oe i Q 0 I a o ozo o 0 000 0 o o 1 i f zJ1j l IJQGJQ G1QGQG C1Q PERSONALS Born to the wife of John Doty Jr a line boy is the guest of Miss Kate Denton Mr Ogden of Hamilton Ohio is the guest of Miss Allie Arnold Miss Lucretia Skinner spent Sunday with friends in Danville Mr and Mrs R H Batson visited friends in Marccllus Sunday Miss Mattie Mae Robinson has been visiting relatives in Danville Dr W S Beazley has returned from a visit to his bother in Louisville Will West went to Nicholasvillc Saturday night to see Mrs J M Farra has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs George McRob erts of Covington XTOTOTOTOWTOX g Great Bargains 3 HANDSOME HATS iWe call especial attention SZ to some bargains we are now 2offering in Handsome Pattern fc Hats We have the must beautiful stock ever opened in Lancaster and will make it to your interest to call and S inspect our line Remember our sale of Ready ZI To Wear Hats AT COST 3 fz We have some beautiful tBELTS and can make very Z2- SI close prices on them This is an exceptionally pretty stock z The Marvel xuuuauuiuiuuuuiuiuux j r Miss Sandusky Miss Iloutzskee IN E E E NIIIIIner Store MISS ADA DICKEUSON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st I I I b l I 1C I JEr I 1L4444444444444 Mr Fitch of Nicholasvllle visited Miss Alice Walker Sunday Misses Anna Lillie and Mary Noel of Danville were visitors here this weekMrs Taylor of Ilarrodsburg is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe ArnoldMr Clay Walker of Memphis is visiting his mother Mrs Dorcas WalkerMiss Engleman of Paint Lick is visiting Miss Sallie Adams Danville avenueMiss Skinner of Beuna Vista has been visiting her sister SkinnerMiss Dickerson has returned from a brief visit to her sister in Nicholasville Mrs Louisa Arnold has returned from several months visit to her daughter in Lincoln Misses Nell Peyton and Nannie Oak ley teachers in the Graded school lelt for their homes Wednesday Mrs Hugh Grant and children Lr cian and Bowman are guests of Mrs J S Bowman near Flemingsburg- Mr George Harris who lias a good position in Texas is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Miss Washburn one of the popular teachers of the Graded school left for her home in Louisville Saturday Miss Cerena Dunn who has been the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Robin son has returned to her home in Dan villeMiss Frankye Doty left Friday for Wilmore where sne will visit friends and attend Commencement at Asbury College Herbert Kinnaird Will and Chas West went to Danville Friday night to attend the reception at Caldwell College Made Younc 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 Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store im Miss Lucretia Dempsey town Turner G Lan6astr Odd Fellows cTU Free Street Fair Carnival LITTLE NELLIE High Diver A Trip to MoonElla ENOCH THE MANFISH The lady who flies through the air without any visible means of Support LUNEtTTf Saola Sisters F THE SNAKE EATER Actually eats em alive before your very eyes i ODD FELLOWS DAY WEDNESDAY I S fair ferris Wheel uOGe Davis 5000 fl ing JennBigoiIds 1 ROMANS ELM ORE Wi0 Buggies SurriesI A N D Festival une 4 THE MOST COMPLETE AND UPTODATE Ever Shown Consisting of an Aggregation of HighClass Moral CANVAS and PLATFORM SHOWS and A World of Novelties lo Cheap to Miss THE GREAT ELECTRIC THEATRE Presenting Scenes from the SpanishAmerican Philippine Chi nese African and RussianJapanese Wars and Events of the World THE TEMPLE OF MYSTERY In a Programme of Beautiful Mystifying Transformations High Class Vaudeville Shows THE OLD PLANTATION- A FirstClass Minstrel Performance free from all Vulgarity pleasing to all Portraying life before the War Coon Shouting Singers and Cake Walkers May 30 to1IflJtI4ItNl1tMfI1N tVrA VDJflA MONUMENTAL CARNIVAL CO1 I Th Free Attractions Every Day a Big Day LIE Phaetons Runabouts BUCKBOARDS and FRAZIER CARTS in all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We can fit you out with any kind ol vehicle you want and our prices are low See our stock and you will be pleased We sell the Kauffman Columbus Moyer Brockway Waterton Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc See our HARNESS Remember we have and save money Old Hickory Wagons Remember that we can sell you the best work made if you want it and we can show you the biggest assortment of medium priced vehicles in the city IT 1 o 4 I p whose flights through space are the marvel of the age Grand Electrical Display The greatest show ever exhibited in this section A 10000 production lie actually remains under water 21 minutes at each performance also does several very hazar dous and laughable feats in a large glass tank in full view of everybody Pronounced by press and public the leading Vaudeville Stars connected with a street fair organization The Tournament The State Tournament to be given by the Lancaster Athletic Associa tion June 22 23 24 will be one of the most enjoyable events in the history of Lancaster Entries have come from all parts of the state and some of the best athletes singers declaimers and speakers will be here The young gen tlemen at the head of the project have worked faithfully and secured premi ums that will be highly treasured by the winners A feature of the event will be the election of theQueen En tries from several towns have been made and by the end of this week the voting will be on in earnest Tickets have been placed on sale and if you have a favorite put her name in nom ination and then hustle for votes The The votes are only five cents each thus insuring a lively race In next issue of The Record we will give a list of entries and how they stand The town will be tilled with visitors dur log the Tournament and as stated above the event will be one of the most in the history of our lit tIe city UefrUiratos Mount Elkin 527tf I pleasant J A Successful Treatment The practice of Osteopathy has grown in public favor more rapidly than has any modern discovery and the wonderful cures effected and re liefs from pain it has produced has drawn the attention of tile people with wonderful rapidity The exer cising of the muscles the building up of weak nerves and the bringing back of by means of rubbing and exercising it seems would have been practiced long ago but strange to say it has only been done in recent years An osteopath gives no medi cine but simply follows out natures 1 tws and in almost every case perma nent relief is found To practice os teopathy one must study for more than two years all this time being given to the study of the nerves veins muscles and general make up of the body so when one graduates he is thoroughly versed on such matters and knows just how to exercise these portions of the body as well as the heart liver stomach bowels etc Lancaster is very fortunate to have Dr Sid Isbell located here and he is kept busy all the time accomplishing some wonderful cures He is located on Danville street at the Hamilton House lost circulation t row uriffwmwiif rowTOW wwwnrtiriiMtnir wwwurfflf J A CONN J B CONN We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE A house wellpainted is Not a Luxury A house painted with a cheap paint is expensive The cost of applying it is the same as with a good paint You cannot afford to let your house go unpainted Neither can you afford to use a cheap paint Rainbow Paint is the Very Best Paint it is Possible to Make We sell it on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE We han dle everything pertaining to paints Let us have your business it will be appreciated STORE J 4 f Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness Conn BrosUJUllU1U1U1U1UUUU1U AN ECONOMY I IfH I SB I f Jl1U1JUJUUIIUUIJUJ111UW111J1t111J11 I II Enters Upon New Duties A Nashville paper prints the follow ing Services were conducted on Sun day morning and evening at the Vine street Christian church by Rev Geo Gowen This was the beginning of Mr pastorate here lie was called several weeks ago from Broad way church Louisville and arrived in Nashville on Friday last He succeeds to the pastorate made vacant by the retrement on Jan 1 last of Rev W E EllisIn taking up his pastorate in Nast ville Mr Gowen is but returning to his own people He was born in Tulla homa and after entering the preached there and also in Mur freesboro and Fayetteville He went from here to Kentucky where he has filled several pulpits He was forsome time at Broadway church Louisville leaving there only in response to the call from the Vine street Christian church congregation of Nashville One of the largest congregations the church has ever sheltered was present on Sunday morning to welcome Mr Gowen to his new pastorate and field It was a congregation attentive at first and more interested as his ser mon progressed for Mr Gowen is a forceful earnest speaker a scholar and a thinker lie received a cordial and hearty welcome and expressed his gratitude tjat in the providence of God he was permitted to be here and begin work with and for the Vine street Nothing but a profound sense of duty and overmastering conviction that this is the field for him he said could have ever induced him to leave bs charge in Louisville He said that he would not preach a formal sermon for he had never paid the small tribute to conventionality of even a short piece of red tape in the shape of an introductory or farewell sermon He had preached first and last sermons but never or farewell ones He said be had purposes plans ideas and meth ods relative to church work in general and this work in particular which would be presented as emergencies arose or opportunities were presented for their adoption or execution He esteemed it no small honor he said to stand in the place so recently occupied by such godly and efficient men as W E Ellis and R Lin Caveand to enter into the labors of such heroes as Phillip S Fall and Samuel Kelley He said he would try by the grace of God to carry forward the work they had inaugurated To this end he begged the prayers patience sympa thy and encouragement all with the situation knew the difficul ties to be met and the conditions him and he was to take his full share of the of grappling with them There no flag of surrender 1 e declared no note of retreat no Progress should be fie watchword As to outlining in a gen eral the spirit that actu ate both in vice of the master be preached a ser on Tbe Fellowship of Christs Yoke Gowens people He said he wasweU acquainted must ba ShOuld preacher and ministry congregation Introductory introductory his confronting responsibility t backward way the ser won i ThatSmooth 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 51 53W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky 0 L Hammack F H Koehler Paint Lick Kentucky Give us your order for Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special or ders filled without delay AND Carriage Repairing Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress In the Eight District to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Your support Is earnestly tollcl ted tf For Congress We are authorized to announce HON HARVE HELM of Loncoln county as a candidate for Congress iu the district subject to the action of the Democratic party For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon George G Gilbert for as candidate for Congress subject to action of the Democratic party For State Senator We arc authorized to announce R L Hub ble of Lincoln as a candidate for State Sena tor subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce R L DATDI sox as a candidate for nomination for Attorney subject to the action of cratlc partyFor Supt Public Schools Mrs Magpie B Gnlley Is a candleate for of Public in Garrerd Co subject to the action of the democratic party t For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun Attorney subject to action of the party For Supt Public Schools We are authorized to announce MIsr Mlttie Dunn as a candidate for nomination for S iner intendent Common Schools for Garrard conn subject to the action of the Democratic We are prepared to do the very best roof and will do th work when promised No delays or about our work Leave at Frivbie drug store Ball Louis Herndon 41541 O l Hammack Co Blacksmithing I Democratic y dissatI- sfaction Char t 0 Count Pars tp orders sue a Business and Bargains Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4ltf The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the 25tf Smith Currey Agts Wanted 90 hemo brakes tf R M West A set of harness at cost with your new buggy and prices that defy com petition 5 20tf Romans Elmore We are going to sell our immense stock of vehicles and wagons Now is your time we can suit you 520tf Romans Elmore We want your paint business if quality and prices count we will get it 422Ct Frisbies Drug Store Japalac varnish makes old furni new At Thompsons tf Plants Plants Plants Geo Smith Hemp Seed FOP Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post office Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks Wardrobes folding beds etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 56tf We have German Millet seed oats and corn choice nicely cleaned Cul tivated hemp seed on liberal terms tf II A B Marksbury Son Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Millet seed for sale Banks Hudson 4ltf Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky We buy our vehicles direct from fac tory and can save you money 520tf Romans Elmore Graphite Roof the best and roof We guarantee it to years 4 22 Ct Frisbies Drugstore I am inthe market for hemp and will highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan ware house R M West 34tf Refrigerators hammocks etc at Hamilton 5Ctf We have 45 acre tract land and two beautiful and convenleut houses and lots situated just outside of the town limits of Lancasteron Danvllle 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 pay ment West Sweeney We have the best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Marksbury Son If you ale going to paint roof barn or any thing ye can supply your wants for paint description at best prices 422tf Frisbies Drug Stores washes ore For Sale Paintis cheapest Paint you can use your For Sate YO 10Use 9 very On 1at Women are strong women and J womans strength is only another term for womanly health If women did but understand the J intimate relation between the gen eral health and the local womanly health they would understand that nothing will restore the color to the cheek the lustre to the eye the plumpness to the body until the womanly disease is cured Dr Pierces Favorite establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflamma mation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes the body plump and the skin clear I had so many pains and aches my life was a burden to me and also to the family for I was nervous cross and I not writes Mrs Cordelia Henson of Coalton Boyd Co Ky The doctors said I uterine trouble I was in bed for months and when I did I was a sight to behold I looked like a corpse walk I commenced to Dr Prescription Golden Medical Discovery and and ever since then I have been a well woman I have suffered all a woman could suffer at my monthly period until I began the use of Dr but now I can I have no pain The dark circles around eyes are going away my cheeks are red my before it was as as saffron Of ft M Common tmn MMf loml Mvt r in mmm f covor I mmnt FREE on receipt af 21 MM Mf mtmmmm t mmy MTJMJIM milling ONLY JMiwM It V flufuu Buffalo N Y VVVV1 J I JT uIi J f1 ill Prescription n ingabout ICe D F- c i ai yellow of Do you want a nice vehicle We have all kinds Get our price 5 20tf Romans Elmore I will pay 14c per doz for eggs and sell granulated sugar 20 Ibs for 100 B A Stone Millet seed for sale Banks Hudso 41tt We have a line of thefre M best cakes to tf Carrey Davi We have Japalac Varnish Stains Enamels Floor Paint House Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Colors in oil and best line of Brushes ever shown in Lancaster 422Gt Frisbies Drug House Cleaners As the season for Cleaning at hand you will need Amonla Car bolic Acid Sponges Chamois Killer Moth Paints tr nishes and brushed We have III of these and at the Idwest prices Jeand we disiv er promptly 422 Ct Frisbies Drug Store Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Buggy Bargains Mount Elkin 527tf Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 5Gtf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris For Rent About 400 acres of grass land at my farm near Bryantsvllle 527tf Mrs Hallie B For idence onLexing ton street Possession at once 5 13tf Mrs Susan Fisher Mass Democratic County Convention A mass convention of the Democrats of Garrard county is called to meet at the court house in Lancaster Ky on Satvrday June 4 1D04 at 2 oclock p m standard time to select to the State Cconvention which meets in Louisville on June 8 1904 to select delegates to the Democratic National Convention Garrard is to seven delegates in the State convention May 16 1904 M D Hughes W G Gooch Chm Secty Garrard Co Com 5272t Marksbury Son sell hemp seed millet seed oats and corn See them before buying We have opened a first class and ice cream parlor and you can get best service at any hour Beazley 5272t Buggy Harness Bargains Mount 527tf Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor We have opened a firstclass and ice cream parlor in the new building of Dr and Wm Johnson the shoemaker below Baptist church on Campbell Street Everything new and neat cream sold and delivered in any quantity at short notice Faulkner Beazley 520tf st ever brought La c f on StOle Bed- Bug phone us your order Rentmyres delegates entitled restaurant Faulkner restaurant S 272t 9 d r r In te Attention- Si V I B Stands for Bread bread if thebr is bought at Currey Davidsons I x I I The LADIES ADMIRE OUR MILLINERY Come to us for uptodate styl ish Millinery We cannot to but the best We have all new creations in Millinery and will please you too afford SALLJE oof TI LLET t I i t 18 J 1 J J t t a a a a a a a a a a A iiiiuJip from itnniei sere Vices at Alt llenron Little MHS Elizabeth liuurtie Bettis has been visiting her grand mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Mr Tom Barker has purchased of land from Mr Will West Mr B now has a permanent road to the and Mrs Lee It VanArsdall and little daughter Emily Anderson of Harrodsburg were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr and Mrs N II Bugle The Ladles Working Societies of the Lancaster Baptist church and the Fork church were entertained Thurs day afternoon by Mrs Charles Burdett The ladies of the Fork church will give a Strawberry Supper at the Wednesday evening June 1 Come girls and briig the boys for this is leap year Admission 25c The prospect for wheat are far bet ter than was expected some time backMeasles have al disappeared from our town and the sick are about well againSunday School next Sunday at three oclock at Freedom Every body come and help Uncle Joe Simpson has moved into town we welcome him no better man than uncle Joe Mr Dave Jones one of our neighbor boys is fixing to go to Oklahoma to make that place lila home Mrs Margaret Croucher who has been sick for some time with rheuma tism is able to be up again Bro Pike filled his appointment at Freedom last Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning at 11 oclock Our clever mall carrier Mr S W Creech is having some necessary done on his dwelling house Candidates are hunting up and shak Ing hands with their many friends even in the highways and hedges Mr and Rossof this place have the deep sympathy of the entire community in the loss of their little boy Clifton six years old who died last week and was buried at the burying ground in Madison county Cured Mother of Rlieumatieui My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W H 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 fact she is never without it now and is at all times able to walk An occa sional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by Frisbie Drug Store im Saeds of doubt never fail to sprout Quick Arrest J A Guiledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Salve quickly a rreste further inflammation and cured him It conquers aches aqd kills pain 25c at McRoberts Druggist Jm Convention Notices Pursuant to the order made by the Democratic Congressional Committee for the Eighth District of Kentucky on April 29 1904 Precinct conventions will be held at the voting place in each precinct in Garrard County on 1904 two oclock p if on standard time for the purpose of elect ing delegates to county convention to be held at the court house in Lancas ter Ky on June 27 1904 at 2 oclock p m standard time to select seven delegates to the District convention which meets at Shelbyville on June 28 1904 to nominate a candidate for Congress The following being the delegate vote of each precinct In Gar rard County Court House 3 East Park 4 West Park 3 West Bryants ville 3 East Bryants ville 4 Buckeye 2 Walkers School House 2 Union 3 Paint Lick 3 The said Precinct Conventions shall called to order by the Committee man for respective precincts who shall preside until an organization is effected and said Committeeman shall certify to the County Convention the Chairman and Secretary of tbe precinct convention and said and Secretary elected as aforesaid shall certify to said County Conven tion the list of delegates elected All good democrats are Invited and requested to attend and participate Given under our hand this May 12 1904 M D Hughes W G Gooch Chm Secty Garrard Co Com 527tf Sun pikeMr NINA I MrsJohn family I J Saturday June25 b the Chairman li4JiSI Iii apiece parsonage repairs sa Ill 4 SSS P l a Itiui lii Juiie in iliiiiiiiuii O VJMJI jtj lirifiii Tiiilur ol JiiHiinuiila result iou ftom the inrcislrv She was Innr years old and little daughter of Mr and Mrs Oliver Tudor of Hamilton She was born at Nina and lived there until October where they then moved to Ham it ton and have resided there since Dora was a good child always ready Co do all she could to help her mother was loved by every one who knew her On her deathbed she begged to see her grandmother MrsT E of Nina but the train pulled in an hour too late Dora loved her parents and two little brothers dearly did all she could to please them As loved one gathered around her soft lined casket they could once more see her a gentle blueeyed child and think of happy hours gone by She was nicely laid away in the beautiful Greenwood Cemetery on Monday April 18 Died on Thursday night May 5 Charlie Wheeler Tudor the infant son of Mr and Mrs Oliver P Tudor of Hamilton Ohio of pneumonia and measles aged nine months Charlie was a good baby no one ever saw him crying unless he was hurt or sick Ma ny loving friends did all they could in their power for him but nothing gave him relief and soon he was called home to meet his little sister who had al ways loved and cherished him and was nicely laid besldeher in the Green wood Cemetery Friday evening May 6th And his spirit will join his sis ters around the shining throne above May their parents and other near rela tives prepare to meet them in heaven A True Friend WmHerndon 0 B Swlnebrp d Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store W S BEAZLEY Beazley Faris Dentists Office over Thomp pps store Danville Get the HENDERSON ROUTE Habit On Your Trip To ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES FROSt LOUISVILLE ON ACCOTNT OF TilE SEASON TICKETS 1300 Sold Daily Commencing April 35 lyimit December 15 1904 SIXTY DAY TICKETS 1100 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit 60 days TEN DAY TICKETS 1000 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 days Including date of sale SPECIAL COACH EXCNS 700 Dates Sale to be announced later days including date of saleCoach Excursion Tickets are not good in Sleepers neither will they be good for tile checking of For ComfortiFor Service If Your Ticket Read Over The POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE YOU ARE CIJBTAINIV WELL FORTIFIED ASK us L Garret Traveling Agt E M Womack City Passr Agt L J Irwin General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY BLUE GRASS NURSERIESSPRING Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vinesRhubarbSmall fruits and for Orchard and Garden Straw berry and General Cata logue on application No agents Both phones 279 H F Hillennieyer Sons LEXINGTON KY 1 id cltl Im J Jllrl was lilt Wheeler I 1 G C YARIS s WORLDS PAiR LimitIO Limit6 Baggage Geo Pas r t e a e c c c c everything Lawn t t t tit e I I 90 nd 3t I 4 LEWIS Y LBAVKLL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pro OROANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcooot SURPLUS iom B P HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaell J S Robinson B F Hudson I 7 7 Walker T M Arnold ee e81 t I 08 It d USilNA VLSIA- Jliss Ufsifn IJiion visited lelaiius in Danville last week Ilfnry Smith KuM in U Jlubk H7 i iheep and lambs for S4875 J B Robinson and wife of Versailles are visiting relatives and friends Miss Lucy Mahan of London is the guest of Miss Florence Christopher Chas Scott was its Mercer and Boyle counties last weeK casting about for a farm Miss Lula McClure of Crab Orch Mr and Mrs Geo W Smith are with relatives here They will leave soon to visit relatives in Indiana ter Friday and Saturkay Sheep shearing was the order of the last week Henry Smith sheared 212 lbs of wool from 27 sheep Miss Mittie Dunn closed her school here last Friday She treated tile children to a picnic at Dlx river Joble Linton oldest son of Mrs Linton died Sunday a lingering illness lie died in the triumphs of a living faith Funeral conducted by Miss Mahan Interment at Mt Olivet The following delegates and were from Browns Chap el Sunday school to the county conven tion at Lancaster II J Tomlinson J W Askins J E Scott Misses Christopher Ruby Duncan ed for his own the beautiful spirit of but not until a few weeks ago had not been confined to her room She was a was like the portals of Heaven As she lay waiting for the summon she requested her friends to sing She left beautiful messages for the Sunday school class to which she belonged and the one sne The loss in the home and church seems unbearable but God knows best A large crowd attended the funeral services which were conducted at the Presbyterian church by Miss Mahan in a very im pressive manner In memory of Lizzie Askins who died May 21 1904 Tis broken the happy hone circle The voice of our loved one Is stilled But her spirit angels wafted To the heavenly fold above Now within that safe enclosure Her pure spirit freed from cures In the of her Savior She UN love and favor shares usSangJ pw with saint und nngel voices Slugs songs of huaven above Savior grunt ns each thy ble slug That when life with us is oerWe may meet our sainted sister Ou the bright and peaceful shore I ofWIll AlbertI Sarah evening after alternates Florence Deathhas yearsMiss resignedto tau llt the r sister I l SEASON i9C4 Lawn Stock Farm I 4yearohl 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 best Interest of the of inures of Mercer and adjoining counties to breed to Leaf 1st Itecnuse lie is not for sale I expect to keep him aud breed and handle his produce and It Is very natural that will work forthe sale of nil his colts at high prices no mutter to whom they belting and his colts have a reputation and have sold for higher prices undeveloped than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining coon ties 3rd Because his colts have taker more premiums than those of any stal lion iu Mercer or adjoining counties 4th Because he has a better iccord as a race norse navine won 10 out ot 13 races and a record as a show horse having won S out of 03 shows than stallion in Mercer or ad joining counties 5th Because Red Leaf Is the only horse sired by a horse with a record of 21 C F Clay who has sired 8 colts with ords better than 213 and with a dam I Hart that every colt she haul took a standard record and was a winner and whose grand Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world 11 in the list slid whose sire C K Clay sold whose dam sold for 150U whose dams sire lied Wilkes sold for 30000 hnlf interest rind who him Red Leaf soul at three years od fur 1000 nt fourte u years old for 17VQ tarot that himself sired 14 colts to sell for over iWsome m high and teams from lr0i tot 00 in Mercer or adjoining counties tith lint three of lied were ever trained for speed and they all took records 7th But one i eafs was ever raced and no started in 11 or 12 races winning first in ouu and second in all the ohers as shown the Year book and showed mlles in 2 ilvand would have been u sensational horsu html he lived 8th Red Leaf ha3 sired more highclass high priced tetanus tItan any xtalllon In Kentucky in In the past two years I can show offers of overUUO a I now truce None of those sold live years old and most of theta under three years Now I say If you want a trotter Red Leaf bred to get theta as his sire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and lain dam a great producer and she one the worlds greatest ties of speed Red Wilkes anil his dam the greatest brood mare in the world Ifyou want a show horse he has proven he can get them of the highest quality a mure by him showing through the circuit in regular and sweepstakes and winning 21 out of JO shows giilyhy the worlds famous Gipsy Queen If you want a business horse can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and his Silica are sure to be great brood mares If theo tare not facts not I also lance a good Black Jack to stand at S to insure a living colt R E Goddard Burgin Ky 1 LEAF owners Red better ret for flOOOaai for II I ate I I h ires I I d f harp lath several laIr 4 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN B STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J Ass tCoshr E T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Tno E Stormes W II Kinnaird i r To Close Out Our BusinessOur of Monuments and Headstones The Greatest Opportunity ever offered in Lexington This work 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 of any kind of Cemetery Work It will be lettered in the best style and delivered and set up in the Lan caster or other Cemeteries or delivered securely packed on the cars The Lexington Monument Co 549 West Main Street Lexington Ky oooooooo x RED WHISKY Rye or Bourbon 260 pays for a 1 gallon jug of 6 year old 285 pays for a 1 gallon jug of 8 year old 300 pays for a 1 gallon jug of 9 year old 320 pays for a gallon of ten year old in four bottlesA gallon jug of 6 year old 495 a three gal Ion jug 730 a four gallon jug 940 We ship all orders packed in plain sealed box No one can tell what they contain and pay all charges to your nearest ex officeWe absolute purity full measure safe delivery and entire satisfaction in every way or Youu MONEY BACK Make remitance payable to and address HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky P S A nice etched glass and corkscrew free with every or der Our Guarantee Goods that or your money back is always Good Ask the Lexington City National Bank o o o o o o o o o o o o o Z493 2 o 4 p RobInson i 4 a I I iof i I I I I I iX X I I I l 2 2 0 Markers a O A I i iG Thursday June 16 1904 sell to the bidder the follow ing described property of Mrs Josie lumber One cow and calf some hogs house hold awl kitchen furniture Also atsame time will sell the farm consist ing of 170 acres all in grass except 50 acres and a meadow to be cut tbeie are four springs on this farm which never fail has a pond never goes dry has a good house barn and all necessary out buildings This farm is situated on new Lancaster anti Dan ville road two miles from Lancaster Tei ms made known on day of sale Sale begins at nine oclock a m J I HAMILTON 513 tds Deputy Clerk at Bryantsville R A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County fJlerk for Garrard and is located at lirvantsville prepared to take acknowledgements o f Deeds Mortgages and all legal documents KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New T JWe willlJn decea cd I T a f S rI L ID 0rtL which 423tf FOR CONSUMPTION Price Free Trial SOc 11 100 w Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK DRPIERCES GULDENMEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR BLOGnLIVERLUNGS French Conch Stallion Quasi No 212 In French Coach Stud Hook of America also In llepablique Fraucaise Haras Xatiouacx Xo 12SIH Winner of first prize at the National Univer sal Exposition Paris 1SJ7 S competing with over GO stallions in show rill Imported by V H Tlchenor A Co of Chicago Color hay blank points smith starr hands high weight in working order 1350 tioiiiKli sired by the ioverument stalHon France tIara Le hurtlaid dam by involution extended pedii framed Quasi lois never been beaten in theshow A sure breeder of large line high style and lug acting colts total very to I the attention of breeders to ofhisQuasi will make the present season of llKH atmy farm miles Stanford on the Hus at 1500 to Insure Colt F REIDPhone 111 Danville Address Stanford orlMnvllle Dorsey Golddust 12052- Full brother to Kstclle 219 14 Sired hay Zilcadi Goddard I ICO floldOut150 and lie by Vermont Moreno Dorsey Gold dusts srrand latin on sires sitt was bv the Imp Arabian Stallion Zllcntll Ills dam is by Golden Mjufro Chief a son of Orals Morgan making him inbred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides The best family of road horses ever known Golddust Is a dark dappled harry full Ifihandsand weighs 1 CO a proven sariS uniform breeder of eastern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and and lire In at top prices Both the champion saddle and com gelding of American Horse Shows of 1WJ 03 Jack O Diamonds stands to lab credit 10 of his colts sold last year for SICWM and 41500 was relnsed for a mftre by him His services lire offered for thanhorse of his Kentucky stand at my farm near at 2000 to Insure Colt due when colt drops or mare partedwith by breeder at W cts week on grass no for accidentsor escapes The best of careful no accidents so far F REIDAdtlress Danville or Stanford Chester SquirrelWIlt mains tile season lOQIon my farm ono mile South of Iluckuye ou this Buckeye and lUiea tf pike at 800 to Insure a Living Colt four mouths old A lien retained until season money is Money due when the mare is traded or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not should any occur Chester Squirrel 8 years old Id high u dark he is the highest type of finish plenty of courage but perfectly and harness a iu form possessing that wonder fill style characteristic of the Chesterdaru tam ily which the world acknowledges as superior to all as a show horse Pedigree famous ChesterdareXo S H U be by Black Sonlrrel S he by Iack Eagle 74 he King William 67 lie by Denmark 01 he Gaiues Denmark Cl and he by race horso Denmark F Chester Squirrels dam by Telegraph and Ver mount as the smUUo mare considered by all to be one of the great f eat brood mores in Kentucky PINE sicat the same time auto place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he and is out an Imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of by Joe Blackburn he by rd li lace he bv 2nd 1rince he Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie she by Irvin Dixie by Nellie Gray by Willin ton 3rd dam by Importer15 bauds high solid black points I also stand anothc mule ack at Gl0 T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky Washington 54 Tim greatest and highest type Saddle ever made n season coon Investigate for self enquire of any breeder of high class saddle horses in lucky All horses In his class are standing for from 40 to lint In order to mm Iu reach of all desiring the servlc a of a horse that I have decided to stand him at The Low Price of 15 to insure a living colt or 410 cash for tbe sea son money to be paid at time o f service If mare is trailed or parted with season is due Grass at 2 per month or gram fed at 8 Not responsible accidents or escapes but care taken to prevent same Description and Pedigree Washington is the sire of Preston 923 the show horse Washington is ld hands high finely formed is a brown with a little white on hind feet has a fine mane and tail and is a natural saddle horse Sired Cromwell T by Old Washington Denmark M Gaines Denmark by the old racehorse Denmark Cromwell 1st dam by old John Dillard 2nd dam by Grey Eagle first dam 103 2nd dam by Crusader 3rd dam by The dam Washington was the dam of Robert Nutters fine show mare I consider this one of the finest saddle horses in Kentucky Ills family ou both sides have produced the best stock In the State J W Sweeiey laicaster Ky TROUBLES In b toulIIe pike I Will gheu IQrse 10 N l I o r good a not d Q I I ISIS anal It situ a 5 ii S Lord Stallion sOd pitch