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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 3 1904J- FIFTBENTH YBAB SI I xaaso PLUMBING Better have us do your plumbing now as there will be a rush later in the season ROOFING We defy anyone to make more liber al terms or do bet ter roofing work than we do GUTTERING Our facilities for putting up gutter ing 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 I Large new stock Call and see for Successors to JA Beazley 4 Co DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business The Good Old Summer Time IS MOST HERE Our store is full of goods to make you comfortable and happy during the warm name only a few Ice Cream Frerzers Screen Doors Windows Wire Cloth Poultry Wire Washing Machines White Wash Brushes Paint Flue Stpppers Carpet and Matting tacks Also nice line of Mens and Womens gauze Underwear LlJentun PaintLici- iir CARPETS will b6 sold w u V- j ofwork J RH- ASELDEN Etc I f yourself Harnilton R L C Brushes CASs until 1 r IL r t Dunlap s Ira p weather e 1 i w r K a OST for closed out 7 t is 0f Local Interest Next comes the Tournament Plenty of base ball during nament Hurry Hurry come early and stay late and enjoy yourselves at the this week 2t Many pretty visitors will be here during the Tournament Help make the event one of great pleasure Rice Benge has taken charge of the Meyer hotel and restaurant at Dan ville and will refurnish the house throughout When in Danville stop with Rice and you will get firstclass service and fine meals The Ladles Aid Society of the New Antioch church will give an Ice Cream and Strawberry Supper at the residence of Mr Homer Tinsley Sat nrday evening June 4tli Admission 15 cents Mrs Maggie Gulley Prest New Goods Just Received We have just received a special lot of TailorMade Hats which are attract ing much attention and are being highly complimented They are the very latest creations and we are mak ing spacial prices They are going very fast and you had better call while we have the large assortment Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson It The Carnival The Monumental Carnival Co has been playing in this city all week and the tents etc are pitched all over the Public Square and many side streets The shows are all good and the attrac tions well worth the price of admission The rain has been a great drawback coming in torrents nearly every after noon and night but business has been fairly good notwithstanding this inter ference Indications now point to large crowds today and tomorrow The engagement closes Saturday night The carnival is under auspices of the local Odd Fellows lodge Successful and Enjoyable The County Sunday School held at the Methodist church Tuesday was largely attended every school in the county having a good representation The program was carried out without the slightest hitch and all felt it was good to be there Much more interest was man ifested than on previous meetingsand the convention is now on a solid basis with flattering prospects for much good Mr J N Denny resigned as president and Mr W I Wil hams was elected to the office Mattie Duncan was reelected secreta ry A delightful dinner was served Circus Coming Lancaster is to have a circus and a good one too Sun Bros are billed for Monday the 13th and the small boys and older folk too are delighted Pete Sun one of the proprietors was here Saturday and the bill posters ar rived Wednesday posting the tive paper all over the county Sun Bros travel on the railroad now and have a splendid show Two bands two elephants a camel cages of lions and other animals have been added to the show since its appearance here two years ago and the public is as sured of many times the worth of their money The Mall Service For the benefit of the public we will again give the time for closing mails at the Lancaster office Any thing deposited before 745 at night will be sent out on No 11 the 826 p m train and any mail placed in the office at any time before 445 a m will be sent out on No 10 the 514 m train The mail going out on the train No 21 at 1040 a m is closed at 10 oclock a m There Is a pouch sent out on the afternoon train but it goes straight to There is no mail clerk on day trains which causes such venience to the people at Paint Lick and other points Poor Uncle Sam is not able to pay a clerk on both trains and we move that the hat be passed to assist the old fellow in giving the people along the Rowland Branch what they are entitled to Something New and Novel One of the most remarkable feats ever witnessed by the people of this community is that performed byEnoch who is here with the Monumental Car naval Co this week The statement that a man can stay under water for more than four minutes and during that time eat drink smoke play a musical instrument sing write do many acrobatic feats and many other things which are difficult to perform outside seems to be out of reason but Enoch does this with all ease The writer saw Enoch timed and can tes tify to all he claims Enoch is an En glishman by birth and has been in this country eleven years He worked with a circus for several years but his work is so hard that he was unable to get the required rest while travel ing every night His work is an en tirely new feature In this section and is appreciated by the people It is es pecially fine for the ladies and children anfl none should fail to see it He has a large glass tank in which all his movements are plain to the audience The Record takes great pleasure in saying to its readers that this is one of the best ever given here and you will make a mistake f you tall to see Enoch the Tour t r t r t t r Convention Mrs attracg morning theE 1 a celebration early accomplishing Richmond Spring Styles For very little boys there are belts in green apple tints with lining of paregoric brown Col L F Hubble sent The Record v neat folder announcing the opening Rockcastle Springs for the season This is a famous resort and has always been liberally patronized Will Buy Pipe Organ Many members of the Presbyterian church being anxious to have a pipe organ placed in the building have started a movement to buy one and Mr Chumbley who is working up the plan Is meeting with great Each member will doubtless contribute liberally as the idea is a good one Crab Orchard Fair Interior following are the officers and directors of the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association for this year R H Bronaugh W D Wallin secretary Direc tors R H Bronaugh J W Guest W D Wallin S J Tatem W A Brooks J II Collier John W Holmes H D Campbell A C Dunn and W A Beaz ley The fair will be held July 27 28 and 29 Decoration of Graves The exercises by local lodge Knights of Pythias were witnessed by a large crowd Sunday afternoon the entire program being carried out in a most satisfactory manner The address by Rev Mr Huey of Stanford was splen did being to the point full of Pythian history due tribute to the departed brethren and timely advice to the liv ing The exercises were concluded at the Cemetery Lancaster Man In Good Mr George R Harden of Covington was here this week looking after his property and to place an ad in The Record offering it We regret very much that George will dispose of interests here as he has always had Lancasters welfare at heart and yet but to make his runs as mail clerk of the K C and give his boys better advantages it is best that he reside ic Covington so he has bought property there Having run with men who by the way are the best hearted and cleverest fellows in the world George naturally fell into the habit of always figuringon some Invention To make a long story short we will state that he and Flag man Peterson who runs with Captain Watts have succeeded in perfecting a means to make liens lay It is a sure go and when put upon the market will reap them a handsome wad of long green The K C trains carry crates of poultry and Harden and Peterson have had opportunity the of old sister biddy not at liberty to divulge the but patents will soon be granted then look out for an overproduction of eggs A Raw Deal The treatment given the Lancaster ball team at the Tournament InNich olasville last week was the most dis outrage ever forced upon a set of boys The people of Nicholas vllle were exceptionally kind to the Lancaster visitors and many did not hesitate to express their disgust at the raw deals given our boys As soon as Lancaster played one game the saw they had to play ball to win and not wishing to go up against sure defeat all manner of underhanded tricks were resorted to We havent space to go into details but will say as an illustration that in the second game with the score a tie in ninth inning some fellow suddenly thai his team the one he bad his wad on had made an extra score in first inning This was denied by not only the players but all the who hadnt placed their coin on their team There were several other just such pranks but we can explain the whyness of the thousand by saying that notwithstanding all thesethrow Lancaster received six out of contests Is it a wonder they were so knifed The Nicholasville people were lovely to the Lancaster representatives and did not hesitate to speak their opinion of the raw deals handed out by those whose decisions could not be set aside Lancaster had the best team there and beyond all doubt won the penant The latter was won last year by the Flemingburg boys and on account of the trouble they very wisely took it back home with them 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 here by special coaches going dl rect without change This party will be chaperoned by Mrs Dr W S Beazley and met by Mr Henley Bastln who has been located on Worlds 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 gping or coming to or from the Fair All information and particulars of trip will be furnished any one calling at Telephone Office or writing Miss Bottle Anderson Secretary Lancas ter or call phone 171 520tf Lost between Lancaster and childs light champaign jacket brass buttons Return to Record or Brown Plckerspn Buck eye 032t 01 encouragement JournalThe president for sale his has railroad many study habits secret others discovered spectators Buckeye Ware leav- Ing once Father Dealer of Nicholasville will conduct the Catholic services in the court house Sunday morning at 1030 Worker The Carlisle Mercury contains a lengthy notice of the dedication of the Methodist church In that speaks many words of praise to the pastor Rev F M Hill who has many friends in Lancaster Prompt Settlement M D Hughes special agent for Life Insurance Co has settled 6000 for on the life of Col W G Welch issued by his company Set tlement was made 25 days after his death and the dividends amounted to 981 This company gives the very best results and offers the most plans No Preaching Sunday Dr E II Pearce has been called Shelby ville to preach the class sermon for Science Hill Seminary next Sun day and his congregation will unite with the Baptist congregation next Sunday to welcome the new minister at the latter church Dr Pearce preached the sermon for the class at Williamsburg Institute Wednesday evening Sudden Death Announcement of the death of Mr Duncan Goodloe was a great shock to the community Sunday afternoon Mr Goodloe who resided on his farm at Hiattsville was in town that day and attended services at the church He was in the best of spirits and on returning home ate a hearty dinner and was as jovial as us ual Late in the afternoon he went into the yard to drive up some and on his return lay down upon a couch Several members of the family were in the room and they thought he was asleep Finally some one noticed a pallor upon his upon examination found that his pulse had about ceased to beat A physl clan was hurriedly sent for but in a few minutes he was dead While Mr Goodloe had been complaining a little for some months yet nothing serious was expected and his death was a great shock to all The direct cause of his death was heart failure Fu neral services were conducted at the family residence Tuesday by Dr E II Pearce the remains being taken to Danville for interment The deceased was a member of the Methodist church in this city At the breaking out of the civil war he joined Company 1 Third Cavalry in the Confederate service and served the entire time fighting for the cause be believed to be right and just His gallantry is spoken of by com rades and they all loved him as a brother lIe was born in Madison county sixtyfour years ago spent about twentyfive years in Boyle and moved to Garrard three years ago Ev ery one who knew Duncan Goodloe was fond of no man had more true friends lIe was always in a good humor having a pleasant word for and his chief delight was to be with a crowd of friends telling pleasant stories and trying to make others happy He Is survived by a wife and three sons and two daugh ters who have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in their great loss Additional Personals Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Misses Mary and Margaret Miller of Richmond are yisiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr and Mrs Lee Stone of Stanford were guests of Misses Susie and Carrie Hatcher Friday Mrs R E McRoberts and daughter Miss Lettie left Tuesday for St Louis to attend the fair Mrs T H Allen left a few days ago for Anderson Ind to spend the sum mar with her son Mr W L Allen Mr J B Sutton manager of the Mon umental Carnival Co was operated on by Drs Acton and Kinnuird for some serious trouble of the legs He is do ing nicely and will soon be able to resume his duties Richmond Register Miss Lizzie Hudson of Lancaster visited friends here last week She returned nome accompanied by Miss Mary Miller Mr George D White and family have returned from San Antonio Texas where they have spent the winter The marriage of Miss Jean Shelby to Hon Peter McRoberts will be cele grated today at the home of the bride near Danville Rev Mr Cooley of Cincinnati will be the officiating min ister and after the ceremony and wedding breakfast the bridal couple left for a trip In remitting for another years sub scription to The Record Mrs E W Smitbwick nee Maggie Sandidge writes from Thibadaux La likes her southern home very much butwill never forget the old Kentucky She now has a little boy two old named Gordon Edwards Danville Ware Me Roberts and Wm Walker of Lancas ter were in this city yesterday Mr Herbert Kinnaird and Miss Mary Gill of Lancaster attested the reception given at College on last Fri fliy evening Mr M D Hughes Lancaster was a visitor to Danville Moudjy f oclockA city and the toNSl faceand often himand everyone I NewsMessrs o I Aet- na approved Methodist turkeys that sin home months Caldwell s Mass Democratic County Convention- A mass convention of the Democrats of Garrard county is called to meet at the court house in Lancaster Satvrday June 4 1904 at 2 m standard time to select dele gates 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 Odd Fellows Carnival and Spring Festi val The Monumental Carnival Company is replete in every thing of high and of moral influence and will exhibit in this city the entire week of May 30th and June 4th and none need hesitate to visit it In the several is The Old Plantation the original negro minstrel Little the high diver Si the Indian eater Lunette the Flying Lady who files through the air with the aid of electricity the great Electric Thea tre and the Kaola Sisters There is also a firstclass Ferris Wheel and merrygoround with the outfit Prof Kelley and h i s marvelous Electric Theatre which carries own 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 by the kinetoscope connected with the show comprise scenes from all the leading events of the world in the past and will be doubtless appreciated here especially by those seeking historical illustrations It KENTUCKY DAY JUNE 15th Old Commonwealth Promises New Stand ard for Worlds Fair Days The Kentucky Commission for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition has decided to postpone Kentucky Day from June 2 to June 15 and active preparations to make the day one memorable in the history of the Saint Louis Worlds Fair are now on No printed invitations are to be sent into Kentucky Every Kentuckian from no matter what walk of life is cordi ally invited to be present The Press Association will hold its annual meeting on Kentucky Day at the Kentucky Building on the grounds This organization will meet first in Louisville on June 13 leaving that night for the Worlds Fair City on a special train furnished by the Henderson Route On which Is June 14 the editors will do a little sight seeing and in the be entertained at the Wom ans Magazine Building outside the grounds On that night they will see The Pike While the programme for Kentucky Day is not complete enough is known to announce that it will be full of in teresting events The Kentucky Building is to wear a gala attire and brass band music from the outside and a string orchestra from the inside will give to the New Kentucky Home an attractive tone The editors will hold an informal session at 10 oclock in the morning followed by a tour of the grounds on automobiles and on the Intamural system winding up oclock with a luncheon the east pavilion which is being conducted by Mrs Rorer the famous cookbook woman At two oclock the regular Kentucky Day exercies will begin in Festival Hall consisting of addresses by prominent Alter the ceremonies a recital on the big pipe organ will take place At night in the Kentucky Building there will be a reception from 3 to 11 oclock The invited guests outside of Kentucky will include the social list the Kentucky Society of St Louis and the delegates to the National P A Convention On Thursday morning the Kentucky will hold a business session and on Thursday evening the Ken tucky Society of St Louis will enter lain in the Kentucky Building in honor of the commission Convention Notices Pursuant to the 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 Satur day June 25 1904 two oclock p M on standard time for the purpose of 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 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 Bryantsvllle 4 Buckeye 8 Walkers School House 2 XJiUon 3 Paint The said recinct Conventions shall called to order by the Committee man tor the respective precincts who preside until an organization is effected and said Committeeman shall certify to the County Convention the and Secretary of the precinct And and Secretary as aforesaid shall certify County Conven tiqn the of delegates elected All good democrats are and requested to attend and participate Given our hand this 12 1904 M D HugheSj W G Gooch Ohm Secty Garrard Co Oom oclock- p entitled character presented fur years Kentucky Exposition Tuesday probably- at Kentuckians T Commission 1 elect- Ing Shelbyville b shall G ly- on entertainments its afternoon atone Expositions order Lick convention t id Chairman CLOSING OUT QUIT BUSINESS NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR SENSATIONAL Unlimited Choice of the House at Manufacturers Cost If you are in need of Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc you should 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 H T I 0 EE lOGAN DRY GOODS SLAUGHTER calla LOGAN u COMPANY SALE a t 1 Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co HUMHU Genuine Bargains We are located in Lancaster per manently We have all our interests hereWe 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 r p i I I I I I w It II I I II LrJvtirJjV vYv v 00C GeO ps C wV0 i LrO06000A00000000000 I Screen Doors Screen Refrigerators Ice Boxes Water Cool ers Ice Cream Freezers Our prices are low HASflDfN ROBINSON 11 OUR UARANTBB WASHER It cleans the Clothes Best Machine made Call and see it Windows I vM w CENTRAL RECORD LAriDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyu Man Mailer Lancaster Kyt June 1904 Down in Texas they are using auto mobiles in the pursuit of murderers They do saythat even this class of villains can not escape the dreaded machine Judge Parker prominently mention ed as democratic candidate for presi dent has red hair and judging from the many good things being said of him he will make the other candidates greyheaded A New York young man brought suit fur damages against a girl who hugged him so hard that she broke one of his ribs Any man unwilling to even meet death in that manner should be burned at the stake Senator Hale says battleships are not worth the money invested in them Of course they are not when not needed but they are like a pistol or a dress you do want one you want it as badly as the Texan wanted the pistol A Buffalo newspaper says the passenger agents of the railroads are tired of wasting money in in catchpenny publications and in some ofthe magazines They show a tendency to increase their newspaper advertising which they can better afford to do by saving the considerable cost of using valueless publications They realize more and more that the newspapers bring the best and earliest results A daily paper says J P Morgan is one of the few men of the country who can handle 40000000 in a lump without worrying about the of the responsibility That maybe all true but we will wager that John will stand on a cold street and almost freeze while a little newsboy digs up two pennies change when millionaire buys a paper or will kick like a steer if the cook or washer wo man asks for ten cents more on the week In sending us a list of members of the Kentucky Press Association Paul M Moore adds the follow ing at end of list of names Those names followed with the mark m in dicates that the editor or publisher thus distinguished is far as can be determined by the compiler of this list There are probably Some may not be married Some may have been divorced Those who are not honored with an m want to be Some ought to be and deserve to be in this list but as they are distant in their location secretive in their methods and have not published their wives pictures in their recent indus trial editions they will have to bear the resulting ignominy of not wearing the m brand in this compilation Some may not mind this when they get to the Fair The Shelby Sentinel speaks volumes of truth when it says the jump of J W Courts in the Columbia building in Louisville Tuesday afternoon calls to mind the increasing frequency of such occurrences and suggests the thought that there should be some scientific investigation of the cause and if a remedy recommended A cause is the fact that many young men in order to have any standing in society are compelled to spend a weeks income frequently for one entertainment Again the many er men in order to keep up with their expenditures are led to plunge on the races or speculate through the bucket shops or stock exchanges Again the willpower of the young manhood of America is being sapped by the tobac co habit and the weakened will of the cigarette fiend or the steady smoker attests to its ravages Also the hurry and excitement of their daily lives leaves their digestion and their minds receptacles for blues and despondency Then the lack of home training which should make children selfreliant and able to bear up under burdens leaves them wholly incapable of enduring pain and reverses and forgetful of the sorrow and disgrace they will bring upon their families and friends by such a coward ly course The fault in most cases can be traced to lack of and a suggested remedy is proper training at home ana in school with a proper regard for honesty and the feelings of others and a selfrespect which would earn its bread by the sweat of its brow together with a knowledge of Gods law which says The soul that sinneth it must die Triumphs of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like before infiamation sets in which causes them to heal without and in onethird the time by the old treatment Chamber lains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also al lays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm In your home it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and sot fering which such injuries entail sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m LOUI 3 suitwhen general advertising the President marriedso I errors possible possible evenings alIcon- stant impaired I self control may be injuries maturation required For U Sceond Class magnitude and RsssBtloas of Eespcal A a inoeiiliiTof Camp M L Logan Tuesday IWJ4 the foiluwiut resolutions of respect on the death of Comrade Duncan Goodloe were adopted by the Camp Present Joseph H Arnold Commander J A Adjutant On Tuesday May 31st we laid to rest our departed Comrade Duncan Good 90 aged 63 years A braver better or grander soidicr than he never carried a Hag or a gun Side by side we fought with him side by side our life blood was poured out on the battle field and side by side we have marched with him to the tune of time through the paths of his dally life For a great cause a Guardian Angel from the house of Jehovah watched with zealous care the body of our friend and led him gently and care tully through the ford of a raging stream of shot and shell and landed him safely on the greensward on firma out of which by the sweat of his brow he earned an honest liv in to the day of his decease Those who knew him best loved him most May they ever emulate the principle which he taught and in which he so honestly and sincerely Now beloved Comrade you are gone from our midst and marched through the dim valley The Shadow of Death and joined the great army of the Almighty may you be one that shall carry the banner of victory and plant it on the battlements of Heaven as a signal for those you have left to meet you there As the days glide by our numbers diminish by the death of you another strand in the Rebel Rope is broken the tie that bound us together is as strong as ever but the bundle is decreasing we hope that the balance of the sheaves may be together by the Grim Reaper placed with you and the rest of our comrades in the garner of the blessed RedeemerDeath is in the world the Grim Destroyer of the works of the so all that is born must die Peace to your soul dear Duncan is the last sad rites and best wishes o your beloved Camp M D Logan Ordered that a copy of these resolu tions be printed in The Central Rec ord and a copy sent to his family Joseph H Arnold Commander A copy attest J A Doty Adjutant J W Hamilton Secretary Thrown from a Horse Mr George K Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely bruised He applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and says it is the best liniment he ever used Mr Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain Conn There is nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will effect a cure in onethird the time required by any other treatment For sale by Frisbles Drug Store 1m Land Stock Crops Hemp is coming up well Oats rye clover and grasses are more promising Gardens and potato crops are late but are now doing much better Early sown oats are generally and in promising condition throughout the ceneral valleys and Middle Atlantic States but in the South Atlantic and east Gulf States where oats are now heading the is very poor In only two years in the history of the United States has as much as 10 per cent of the corn crop out of the crop of 1897 1114 was shipped abroad and out of the 1809 crop 1030 per cent Wheat crop is looking well Some fields are thin en the ground but has a good stalk and has bunched out well We are looking for a good harvest year Wheat is still 81 and it thought that the new wheat will be a good price There will be a large corn crop planted more than has been planted for several years The reports respecting fruit are somewhat more encouraging and in dicate that in many sections injury from frost has been less serious than was anticipated Peaches have how ever been extensively killed in the Ohio Valley and Middle Atlantic States In the eastern Gulf States the outlook for peaches is very prom ising especially in Georgia The weather has been too cool for growing crops and the past week has shown little progress in Kentucky The dry spell has enabled corn plant ing to be completed except in overflow lands and with warm showers and sunshine this crop would grow rapid ly Cut worms flourish in cool weath er and complaint is general rrom this pest Wheat is showing improvement and bids fair in some sections to make an average crop Tobacco plants are backward and in demand as the far mers are stimulated by higher prices to put out more than the average crop if plants can be had Some fields have been set in the lower part of the State Peaches and apples are short small fruit promise well Sued by III Doctor A doctor here has sued me for 812 50 which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus says R White of Conchella Cal At the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine I asked him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remepy he used as I had good reason to believe it was and he would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus it never fails Sold by Frisbles Drug Store 1m i list unanimously Doty ter- ra believed behind and Improved outlook been exported percent II I t flay shouldered gradually gathered Almighty th l 1 isis ly M of of MuriHfig Kv nee Presh testimony in great qiuinMty Is constantly comiiig in declaring J rj Kings New Discovery forCotisnniptii n Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentonville Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time with out being benefitted Then I began tilting Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equal effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption and Grip Guaranteed by R E Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100 1m In making a living it is easy to lose the real life Driven to Deupcrutloii Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lav in supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at McRoberts 1m A solid flock cannot be built up out stolen sheep That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands sufferers have proved their merit for Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents or money back if not cured Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m J Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street jis above Presbyterian church Phone lit have a nice line of Clothing all kinds Electric and Stetson Oats The Celebrated 5 shoes all Styles Qualities and prices Try one pair of our 500 Shoes It will pay you to investigate CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky Pneumonia Drug- Store matchless Headaches Jet BEAZLEY UNDERTAKER o n they are strictly guaranteed cRoberts r i j j j I McWnorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Have you been in our New Store If not our high grade of goods and low prices Will Inspire You We carry a large assortment of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Harness Groceries Hardware 1 Furniture Undertaking f We take pleasure in showing you over our several De partments whether you buy or not McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY 0 iyrr t fr r t tIfrillt i I r I rnj F llJffil r- JI 1 Io 0 Lo i I o o Willfil o 0 i QQQQQQ oo E3 Qr i a o 0 0i3 E3 agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville nor For quick delivery and pretty call him at Phone 61 18tf U Ed C Gaines is j Plants Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet Potatoe plants three firstclass Cellery plants Joseph Faul coner 429 tf W 1 K rUSE Mastic Paint GUARANTEE it We refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory l E We McROJ3ERTS DRUGGIST 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 and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of i oo each for early estimates The total number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was 21480141 to Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 you say Let us take your order now for your new spring suit or overcoat you are entitled to one guess for every dollar you pay Royal tailoring is known the world over and is worn today by 250000 We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress novelties something sure to please you in both pattern and the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed CALL J 0 BE EM P HfI UL v I both t touringcars Pan American satisfiedcustomers pricealways J AND SEE the e r r I WORE CORN RIGHT GET A CULTIVATOR OF m Dont Contract For a Mowing Ma mg chine Until You See fe THE PLftNO I- pi LightRunning Noiseless jII ft Itfc K F Postle o if 0i00iJlF0 0ifjr0jj ffjCiJjffJYjY0 rGjlJJlffit0X8J l YOUR I I Q Just i tI f r It e- r Postle Y Q Q PERSONALS Miss Gertrude Noel is visiting Miss Jesse Doty Carlton Elkin is at home from school VersaillesMiss Burnside visited Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington Mr Banks Hudson and Dr Chris Far is were in Cincinnati Sunday Miss Hattie Robertson returned Saturday to her home in Cyntniana Misses Cotton of Danville have been the guests of Miss Lena Rigney Miss Olivia Sweeney has returned from a visit to relatives in Greens burg Ky j Misses Hare of Nicholasville are guests of their sister Mrs McClelland JohnstonMesdames W T West and Robert Embrr have returned from a visitto relatives in Lexington Miss Rosa Levinsohn who has been visiting her uncle Mr Jacob Joseph has returned to New York Misses Mary Arnold and Lillie V West are at home from Nicholasville where they attended school Mrs Susan Anderson and daughter Miss Amanda are spending the week with Mrs Cyrus Daly of Marksbury Quite a number of the pupils of the Graded school attended the tourna ment in Nicholasville the past week Winchester Sentinel Mrs R L Smith of Garrard county returned home Tuesday after a visit to her sis ter Mrs E C Grimes ANOTHER NEW LINE We have just received an other large shipment of H TailorMade Hats 3 We are making a specialty jjj of this exquisite stock and giving especially low prices jjj Remember we carry the f Headwcar fllillinenj Store Miss ADA DICKKKSON PIlOt Stormes Bldg Danville st o o o r nnC E E E E best of everything in Ladies The IVrveI i I fI I i rr 1 r F rt t 40444440049 04 rr X1111111UlUlUll1IIIUIIiI Illux Mr W H Wearen of Stanford ac companied Rev Mr Iluey Sunday after noon to the decoration services by the Knights of Phythias Misses Jean Dick of Crab Orchard and Bertha Uoretzky of Bryan Tex are very attractive guests of Misses Alice and Nary Arnold William Fox Logan of Ky State College is with the 300 cadets of that institution now enjoying a tendays encampment at the Worlds Fair Miss Mary Gill left Monday for Glen dale to attend the closing exercises of the school of which her sisters Miss es Martha and Helen Gill will take partMrs W C McFarland after a visit her sister Mrs R A Burnside has to Lexington for a few days Mrs J C llemphill attended com mencement exercises o f Hamilton college Lexington She was home by her charming daugh ter The reception given by Mrs Charles Burdett in honor of the societies of the Lancaster Baptist church and the Fork church was largely attended and very much enjoyed Danville Advocate Miss Theo Hemp hill of Lancaster is expected the lat ter part of the week to be with Miss Mamie Lillard for part of the Com mencement festivities Middlesboro Record A great deal of interest is being manifested in the revival going on a t the Christian church Dr Tinder arrived Tuesday evening and ispreachingsome fine and interesting sermons Mr and Mrs W J Kinnaird who have been spending the winter in San Antonio Texas are expected home next week The marriage of Dr Franklin Moran Walker of Paint Lick and Miss Lau rina Gardner Walkerof Crescent Hill Louisville will take place at the Presbyterian church in that city next Thursday evening at nine oclock Rev M B Porter pastor of the Cres cent Hill church will perform the ceremony Miss Estill Walker only sister of the groom will be maid of honor and Mr Oliver Terrill of Paint Lick best man The bride will wear her mothers wedding robe of white lace over white silk and will be mar ried with her greatgreatgreat grand mothers wedding ring as she is the fifth Laurina June 9th is the brides wedding anniversary The Louisville papers speak of the bride as a most beautiful and accom pUshed young lady quite popular in society and a general favorite The groom has practiced his profession at Paint Lick for some time and enjoys a lucrative business He is the son of Mr and Mrs J Wade Walker and is a young man of splendid habits and fine prospects lIe is a hard worker de voting all spare time to keeping up with the profession A bright future stands before the happy young people and The Record joins their many friends in wishing them a long life of joy and happiness 4O l tt NewYork Miss Theo grandmothers returned accompanied Second Mrs Susan anti daughter Miss Amanda aruspeiidiug the week with Mrs Cyrus Dally at Marksburv Miss Bessie Mae Lear is in Stanford attending Commencement exercises and is the guest of her cousin Miss Bessie D Yantis BRYANTSVILLE Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden spent Sunday with relatives in Danville Mr Jno Bryant and family were in Lancaster the guest of Mrs John Ba lardMr and Mrs Broomfield of Logana are with their sister Mrs Celia Arm strong Mr B T Jennings of Danville spent several days here last week with his friendsMr Will Glass Miss Eliza Ison and Mrs Ballard attended child rens day at Burgin Sunday Mr Lee Brown and family from Buckeye were the guests of Mr Will Dickerson and family over Sunday Miss Mittie Dunn has returned home after a week stay in Lancaster accompaned by Miss Cordia Hamilton Miss Annie Cochran and Lulu Mc Clue have returned to their home at Paint Lick after a pleasant visit to Mrs Dr Elliott Relatives and friends here were gnevedQto hear of the sudden death of MrWilliam Dunn of Roswell New which occured the 15 of May The family have our deepest sympathy The Bank at this place opened for business June 1st under very favorable prospects W S Hutcheson the pro moter is at the window to receive the depositors Mr Hutcheson enjoys the reputation of organizing more banks in Kentucky then any other young man of his age and the success of those assures the people of Bryantsville and surround ing county that the Bank of Bryants vill will be a success This is an in stitution that the people should assist in every way by giving their influence and money The bank is equipped with one of the best burglar screw doors that is made besides they carry a heavy burglar insurance and the peoples money will be protected in Bryantsville as well as in Lancaster or Danville Kentucky The Man to Patronize The man who advertises is the wide awake business man He seeks to please the people procures the hest of everything and sells at the lowest pri ces being able to change his stock and turn over his money frequently thus keeping the newest and best goods on hand The man who uses advertising space not only advertises his own bu siness but he advertises the city in which be lives He is public spirited and supports public movements and enterprises He is the man for the to go to when they have any thing to buy They will not only get the best value for their money but will join in the upbuilding of the live wideawake business interests of the city Pigeon Race Somerset Journal Southern Ex press Agent Rousseau has received of a consignment of carrier pig eons from Buffalo New York from the Buffalo Pigeon Club Instruc tions are given to liberate the bunch on June 15th if atmospheric condi tions are favorable when they will rise together to considerable height and taking their bearings will strike a bee line at the rate of about a mile a minute for home The distance is about 700 miles The birds are from several of the best lofts in Buffalo and will attract considerable interest in the race the first one in wins a hand some prize its owner These races are held once each week from 100 to 703 miles distant It is a right clever thing for a little bird to do to find the course and fly like the wind to great a distance without rest or nour ishment Next to being an angel we would prefer to be a carrier pigeon with a home to fly to while enjoying a birds eye view of the vast universe Money In Turkeys There can be no doubt that turkeys will bring a high price the coming year The scarcity of breeding stock makes the outcome practically certain With a favorable season of course large flocks may be raised but not enough to meet the general demand Let us lay our plans accordingly and reap the reward which Is apt to follow the recognition of opportunity says an exchange Anderson I Mexico notice for SW pee to n ROMANS ELMORE Gi 1 IE D e Buggies SurriesI Phaetons Runabouts o CARTS 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 pleased We Sell the Kauffman Columbus Moyer Brockway Waterton Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc I f j 1 min will Lm lEibe I See our HARNESS and save money Remember we have Old Hickory Wagons I Remember that we can sell you the best work made want it and we can show you the m biggest assortment of priced vehicles in the city I if you medium HERO SAVES HERO Heroic Act of Young Man in Lancaster Should bo Rewarded by Mr Carnegie As Mr Carnegie has grown tired of giving away libraries and now offers to reward heroes The Record will tell of the wonderful lifesaving deed by its beloved friend Harry Giovanolli the accomplished newspa per man and private secretary to Com missioner Yerkcs in Washington As our older citizens remember Harry worked on the Central News The Records predecessor in Lancaster for several years One summer morning desiring to get out some job work be fore the usual crowd of loafers swarm ed into the olllce Harry arose at four oclock went to the News otllcc and was soon sticking type at a two min ute clip In a few minutes a well dressed heavy set gentleman strcfled in and quickly struck up a on the weather and matters in general Possessing the same vein of humor they were soon firing and crossiiring jokes Harry holding up his end of the log in his accustomed happy manner The visitor showed signs of nervousness and restlessness that attracted the attention of the clever printer Harry never having had that next morning feeling and could not understand the continued spitting of cotton and frequent rushes for the water bucket He began to interrogate and soon learned that the visitor was out so early on that all important mission of looking for some hair of the dog Harry in his true Christian spirit began to tell his vis itor of the evils of looking upon the wine when it was red the biting serpent and stinging like an ader etc etc The visitor here became more impatient and told Harry very frankly that he had a hot box that nothing would take the place of Ken tuckys famous product and that his life now depended upon about three finger lengths in a washing tub This moved Harry to tears and he said My friend I cannot stand idly by and see a fellowman suffer To relieve you in your distress I will take my life in my own hands by stealing the editors bottle and if you will help keep him off my poor bones I will slake that burning thirst This was quickly agreed to the stranger leaving a few cobwebs in the shortlybefore well fill ed pint flask Well said the I will neverforget you and if you are ever wandering out on the ocean and my passes come aboard and you can have the best on the vessel Why said Harry are you a sailor Well yes My name is Young Lucien Young and I am in Lancaster on a visit to my mother Last night a few of Lancasters big hearted boys showed me the sights and you see the result But you have saved my life young man and if lean ever do anything for you call on me Good morning When Harry saw he had entertained one of highest officers in Uncle Sams Navy he was beside himself and remembering how he had joined and joked so freely with him at once lostliis nerve and was soon shaking as badly as was the visit er when first entering the printing office Now as Harry saved the life of a gentleman who had won a repu tation over the known woi Id for acts of daring heroism we believe that Mr Carnegie should go into his jeans and reward the clever gentleman who is now chief cook and bottle washer in the office of the Commissioner of In ternal Revenue The High Price of Lambs One of our local traders who is an extensive dealer in lambs in talking to the Democrat Saturday said that he could not see any money to the buyer in tile present prices that were asked for lambs Several lots have been sold at six cents and one excel tionally fine lot of eightyfive lambs brought six and onehalf cents in Fay ette county Friday On account of the extreme scarcity of green food lambs are not in as good condition as they might be and buyers are slow in making contracts as they fear a slump in the market The higher prices that wool is commanding this season many think is partly for the firm tone of the lamb and the great scarcity of the lamb crop is another important factor in keeping up the prices of lambs in this section Winchester Democrat Bankers Advertise A Pittsbarg banker says the news paper advertising done by the banks of that city has increased the number of depositors enormously during the last year In every community he reasons the depositors are but a small proportion of the people who could be become such by persistent simple explanations in the form display advertisement in the newspapers Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newson Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured insuf ferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed in evitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length 1 was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Its guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Eefriatlratos Mount Elkin 527tf like- a visitor war ship early responsible Western to ofa WI everyday performed conversation market induced Only 50c everyday r Business and Bargains Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything hut the 25tf Smith Currey Agts Wanted 90 hemp 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 520tf Romans Elmore We want your paint if quality and prices count get it 422Gt Frisbies Store Japalac varnish makes old furni ure new At Thompsons tf Plants Plants Plants Geo Smith Hemp Seed For Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale Nicely cleaned Post office Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks Wardrobes folding beds etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 5Gtf 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 3 4 tf 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 Graphite Roof Paints best and cheapest Paint you car use on your roof guarantee it 5 years 4 22 6t Frisbies jrug Store I am inthe market for hemp and will pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan ware house R M West 34tf Buy your groceries from Ward you cant beat his prices and weights Refrigerators hammocks etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 5Gtf For Sale We have 45 acre tract land and two beautiful and convenieut 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 pay ment West Sweeney We have the very best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Son If you ae your house roof barn or any thing else we can supply your wants of every description at best prices 422 tf Frisbies Drug Store Call up Currey Davidson to get your fresh groceries Every thing guaranteed or money refund 63tf I will doz for eggs and yell granulated sugar 20 Ibs for 100 5 R A Stone Did you ever try Gilchers bread You cant beat it at Wards We have Japalac Varnish Enamels Floor Paint House White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Colors in oil and best line ever shown in Lancaster 4226t Frisbies Drug Stole House Cleaners Attention As the season for Spring hand you will need bolic Acid Sponges Chamois Bed Bug Kille Moth Balls Paints Var nishes and brushes We all of these and at the lowest Tele phone us your order and we will promptly 422 6t Frisbies Drug Store Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Buggy Bargains Mount Elkin 527tf Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris For Rent About 400 acres of good grass land at my farm near Bryantsville 527tf Mrs Hallie B Sweeney For Rent myres idence street Possession given at once 5 13tf Mrs Susan Fisher Fresh cakes at Wards Grocery Feed Oats German Millett and Cane seed at Wards We want your eggs and produce of all kind either cash or groceries in exchange W H Ward Come to the Street Fair and bring your produce to Wards grocery cash or groceries Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson 63tf Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson 6 3tf 52721D Marksbury Son sell hemp seed millet seed oats and corn See them before buying Buggy Harness Bargains Mount Do you want a nice vehicle We have all kinds Get our price 5 20tf Romans Elmore FOR SALE Forty five extra nice cattle Yates Hudson Danville Ky 63 3b WANTED Coal miners forty cents a car mine run Stearns Coal Stearns Kv Call on W S Glore Danville Ky for particulars 633t Having bought elsewhere my property in Lancaster is now for c address Mrs Moody Harden 1714 Greenup Street Covington Ky 6 3tf us ess w ill g For Sale more th going to fo paint pay Hc per 20tf Pit tat A onla Car e pri es on 527tf T Company sal E deliver Lexington J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn BrosUj UUiUUUU U UUUUUiUUUUU nu u UUUU j U mjiUU iP11 1i11i11iP1iP11111i1if1i111111P11 liPif111119NiHif 111111 IIIIIIIIIflP11 Vttnnuriidon G B Swinubroad Herndon I I Attorneys at Law Lancaster I Office over Stormes drug store Swinebroad I Kentucky II 1 z A house wellpainted is AN 7 ECONOMY Not a Luxury I 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 I I I I I FBISBIES F H Koehler Paint Lick Kentucky Give us your order for Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special filled without delay Carriage Repairing Guaranteed to give Satisfaction o L Hammack Os lLsHommack Co orders BlacksmithingAND Work DRUGSTORE rI The LADIES ADMIRE OUR MILLINERY r SIXTH AND MAIN BTs Come to us for uptodate Millinery We cannot to but the best We have all new creations in Millinery and will please you too stylish afford pries SALLIE D tI- t reNOS JSPENCER Presiunut and 8xpett Aoooantnt Educates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Success CALL OR WRITS FOR FULL INFORMATION IMIding LOUISVILLE KY UIIoIIIdHtI Bat EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT W S BEAZIEY Dentlsts Office over Thomp ons store Danville at o 1 G C FARIS BeazleyFaris I Business College THOSE TURNER lHARRIS J J 1 CHAS G MANAGERS That 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 LAUNDRY 51 w Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky M N I I 4 jr4 FL t tPC ar 7t T 1 Is the term generally applied to the man who lets his fences fall into ill repair vhile he whistles and whittles his time away But theres many a welldressed prosperous man who is equally shiftless He feels his health breaking down but does nothing to repair it His stomach is weak His heart and liver trouble him He neg lects his health until a total breakdown comesMen and women who by self neglect become at last victims of nervous pros tration and general debility will find certain help and an almost certain cure in the use of Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery The common cause of debility is lack of nutrition because the stomach is diseased and the food eaten cannot be properly digested and assimilated Dr Golden Med ical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and restores physical health by enabling the perfect and assimilation of food- I am an engineer trade and the hard 1 brought on nervous Dixon of Colusa Co I Golden Medical Discovery to me and I bought one bottle helped me BO continued the use of it until I taken six bottles I feel better than ever in life think sc but I know that the Golden Med ical Discovery cured me and therefore I will recommend it to others Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness and sick headache u w rv 7 lt Jjji Ii bg ii digestion work and worry of running a large engine prostration Mr Calif A friena recommended Dr Pierces Am not nervous can work hard all and at night I not only r aparti sound MARKSBURY Mr L B Hughes of Stanford was with friends here Sunday Rev Bush of Georgetown will preach Miss Mary Chesnut has returned from Georgetown where she has been attending school Mrs Miriam Peters of Lancaster is spending several weeks with I Herring and family Mr Bowen Fox wife and children of Danville were entertained Sunday by Mr and Mrs R A McGrath James Durham who has a position at Coalport Knox county is spending a few days with home folk the Commencement exercises The Ladies Working Society will be entertained next Thursday by Mrs John W Woods morningJune Mr T dayslast afternoon Saturday afternoon as Mr Clyde Hughes was coming home from his horse became frightened ranaway upsetting the spring wagon throwing Mr Hughes out and his leg Miss Knapp West closed a very sue cessful school at Rice Academy 28th After appropriate by the pupils a nice dinner was served by the parents which was by all Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner ol Truhart says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could get from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a that would produce such results in cases of stomach les biliousness or constipation his whole time would be uesd in prepal ing this one medicine For sale by Fi Is bies Drug Store li i Lancaster fracturing Friday exercises enjoyed Va medicine gratifying true b BROTHERS Worlds progressive Railroad Shows Museum and Trained Animal Exhibition SUN Menagerie I Jnlarged and for the present season Reconstructed ANNUAL TOUR Largest Richest and Best Show on Earth Monday JUNE 13 1904 LANOASTER Some of the great features to be ProgressiveShows The Famous and Bart Trio Tripple Horizontal Bar experts introducing difficult Double Sum mersaults and Fly Overs are LeonMadan Jessie and her beautiful High School horse Virginia n Wonderful Hill Family Society Acrobats Introducing all the latest daring sensational tricks CommodoiVthe most wonderful Mule the World performing remarkable feat of walking a tight rope in mid air 1000 for his equal DAN L ON the Famous Riderprincipal Jockey and Four Horse Equestrienne J t ill1 HERR in his Den of Perform ing ferocious Lions and Wild Animals And a Host of Happy MirthProYokiag Jesters PaitMunists asd Ctowis I Ie oct 1 1pt surely the best greatest and grandest all feature show that will visit your city this season SUN BROTHERS BIG SHOW OF THE WORLD This is And other acts and novelties too numerous to mention THE GRAND PICTURESQUE STREET takes place at 1 1 oclock a m on 1 904Two performances afternoon and evening Special excursions at the very lowest rates on all lines of travel J tA 7 I MONDAYS V I Ri unite sold isnrse fur fio UO VV 11 Brown and W L Lawson were here Monday buying fat stuck A J Thompson sold a car load of hay last week fcr 60c per hundred Mr and Mrs Lunceford were visiting friends in Garrard last week Mr Thos Newland and wife of were visiting friends here last week Booth Sutton who has been at St Louis for some time has returned Mr and Mrs J M Cress were visiting L C King and family at Hubble last weekMr Cummins has been disabled from work for a few days on account of bolls Mrs Allie King and daughter Josephine of Oklahoma are visiting friends here Mr Dave Thompson who was operat ed on last week by Drs Brown and Cook of Stanford is able to sit up now The remains of the late Rev G G EUgan were removed from the Preach ersville Cemetery Stanford last Maggie L Hobbs and family have returned here after a sojourn in Texas New Mexico and the far west for two years Rev Ira Parton of Erick Okla writes inclosmg picture of his church and parsonage From the he is prospering financially and other wise So may it be BEUNA VISTA Thomas Askins left Friday for Mo Miss Lucretia Skinner spent Sunday with her parents here tITS Geo Smith left Saturday to vis relatives in and near Danville Miss Maud Perkins of Middlesboro is exported soon to visit relatives Mrs Ed Aldrich and children have returned to their home in Covington Mcsdams Hackley and Hamilton of John Daugherty and family of is visiting Mrs Daughertys parents Misses Ora and Lillian Poor visited relatives in Burgin from Saturday Monday Miss Ruby Duncan has returned from Wilmore accompanied by her sister Miss Mary Misses Florence and Bertha and Levie Shearer were in Lex ington last week Quarterly meeting was held at Olivet Saturday and Sunday Rev Simpson presiding Resolved That since God in Hg wise providence has taken to Himself our friend and coworker Miss beth Askins we bow submissively to the well of Him who doeth all things well While we mourning our lost extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt f aspathy Resolved That a copy of these reso lutlons be sent to our county paper and given to the family Browns Chapel Sunday School MT HEBRON Rev Benj Urton of Hanly at this place Sunday Born on the 25th inst to the wife of Mr John Benge a boy Mr Joe Duncan sold a combined mare to Miss Ella Montgomery for 90 Miss Lillie Jackson spent the latter part of last week with Miss Scott Scott sold to Mr Arnold a bunch of lambs for June delivery at 0 cents Mr Jesse Sanders and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan Mary and Lou Montgomery entertained at a singing at their home Saturday evening Mrs C D Peacock of Jellico spending the summer with her mother Mrs M A Ford Miss Alice Vanderpool is visiting her aunts Mesdames Frank and Will Gammons near Burgin this week Madam Rumor tells us of another iady of this locality who before many days will be led before the altar Mrs Harvey Nelson nee Miss Ella Wills of Lawrenceburg spent from Saturday until Monday with Mrs E F Scott great display of new hats and dresses were shown Mr Richard Martin and Mrs Ella Kholer of Danville were guests of Miss Hattie Duncan Saturday night and Sunday Miss Lena Rogers of Faulconer Sta lion accompanied by Mr Ben Barker of Danville were at preaching here Sunday and were the guests of Miss A E Scott Miss Eina Scott closed her school at Beuna Vista Friday giving her pupils a picnic on BurdettsKnob The children were delighted and the day passed pleasantly Mrs Thomas Hasty died her home near Dix River on the 23rd ult She has been an invalid since her youth and has suffered a great deal She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs James Middleton She leaves a hus three children and mother to mourn their loss Remains were in terred in Mt Hebron Cemetery Wed nesday at 10 oclock The bereaved ones have our entire sympathy t I I CitE Hal Us i lil a B L Stanford home s t o weekMrs surroundings spiritually r Gow- er SundayLex- Ington until Christopher irreparable 11 preached ola Mrs E F SundayMisses Tennis preaching a t band Mtt b Eli Le bymealai M wo a Miss ZiiU Jennings visited rela iives In Jessamine last week Jl r Forest Curt is and family of Teat erviile visited L L Sanders aud wife last week Oram and Lillian Mitchell visited their sister Mrs N T Grow Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Lemuel Teater are over the arrival of a new boy Jr nine pounds Mrs Mary A 16 lions to Louisville on the Fall City last which brought 470 per U G Preston and J F Stone have in successful operation a scroll which they perfected themselves Nothing like it since Adam made his debut It is said that J F Stone will open a barber shop at Stone next Saturday afternoon Shave five cents hair cut fifteen cents Now let the band play Old Kentucky Home next C M Moberly and wife visited his brother at Knoxville last week Mr is quite enthusiatic in praise of the citys fine buildings and the prettiest this side of the Pearly Gates The Barbecue at Lock No 8 Ken tacky river last Saturday was a success from start to finish Three hundred pounds of fine fish after being to a Queens taste were quickly spoiled by four hundred men and boys Mike Simpson stands head as a fish eater ten pounds being consumed by him in half an hour and he was for more when we left Bingham got so full of fish that he had to take seat by a log to cool out J B Fain a few days ago while out viewing the beauties of Nature a den of red fox He his brother Walter and together by turn they unearthed four fine pup pies half grown two of which died and the other two they have in custo dy They resisted arrest at first but soon as John could bring his lemon squeezer into play he soon had them peeping throug an auger hole from the inside of a salt barrel McCREARY John Walker Is having a new erected- D Gulley of Lancaster visited his mother on Friday Miss Ida Ray visited her sister Mrs Porter Wearen last week Ed Simpson and wife of Crab visited home folk last week Mrs Maggie Gulley is having her dwelling painted and a veranda built Leslie Bradshawand Geo Saddler each lost a calf from eating clover last weekDont forget the Strawberry Supper Saturday night the 4th admission 15 cents Miss May Broaddus is visiting her sister Mrs Edward Simpson of Crab Orchard r Little Miss Flora of Mount Hebronls visiting her aunt Mrs Eli sha Forbes Miss Maud Perrin of Stanford is with her grand parents Mr and Mrs T G Warner Since the nice rain which fell Sun day evening and night men and boys are very busy putting out tobacco in this community PAINT LICK McWhorter Estridge pay the highest price for produce C3tf New lot of Mattings Rugs and Druggets at 520tf R L Jennings New summer dress goods are being received at R L Jennings such as solid linens madras batiste Paris muslin suitings also Swiss Hamburg and laces If you want the best Oil Cook Stove buy the Standard Oil Gos It is perfectly safe ecomical and fully guaranteed by R L Jennings G3 Fresh bread Monday Thursday and Saturday at McWhorters Estridge 63tf Get a blue flame coal oil burner and the hot days that are coming will not make the preparation meals so to the housewife You will find one that will just suit you at Me Whor ters Estridge Take your horseshoeing and carriage work to A L Hammack Co Work guaranteed 63tf The Show Is Coming The Sun Brothers new Railroad Shows Trained Animal Exposition are coming and with them the array of talent ever seen or brought together Aside from the educating and entertainment carnival grand and valuable menagerie this aggregation presents the cream of the acrobats tumblers aerial artists and educated horses Lack of space prevents an account of the sterling to be seen only with the Sun Brothers new railroad Shows but among them may be mentioned the marvelous Hill Family four in the leaders of refined acrobats poses and pyramiders the cute little riding pony Madam Leon and her team of Arabian beauties the Har dell Bros in their sterling aerial acts Prof Leon and his school of six train ponies those Marion Boys and their performing donkeys their score of beautiful intelligent horses and the crowd of comical clowns jesters and pantomimists These are a few of the attractions but only a few Two performances will be given dally rain er shine at 2 and Grand tree street parade at 11 oclock on the morning of the day of exhibition Lancaster Monday June 13 rot H Wm Sanders shipped Wednesday hundred sawmill prepared call- Ing discovered informed 11 dwelling Orchard Jackson II Perfection terrible 63 tf tl grandest extended attractions number buffoons S p m j F rejoicing men S tf Ss 3s ell a r Gil the linMBEIOX IJOITE misfit On Your Til io ST LOUISKATK3 FKOM LOUISVILLU ON ACCOTNT OF THE WORLDS FAIR 1300Sold15 1904 1100SoldLimit 60 days TEN DAY TICKETS 1000 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit 10 including date of sale SPECIAL Dates Sale to be announced later Limit 6 days including date of saleCoach Excursion Tickets are not good in Sleepers neither will they be good for the checking of For Service- If Your Ticket Heads Over The POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US AgtEL J Irwin General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY DRPIERCES MEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR LKJ NGS LimitDecember COACH EYCNS 700 Baggage ComfortFor YOU esz GOLDEN BLOOD LIVER I ROUND TItII J LEWIS Y LEAVELL President Wu aruuiitbirizcil tu utinoi ICL I MOOSE of s erccT Conn us u catniiilate or iu the Klsht District lo succeed lionG J Gilbert subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party support Is earnestly lollclted tf For Congress We sre authorized to announce nON HARE HEIM of Loncoln county as a candidate for Congress In the district subject to the action of the Democratic party For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon George for renoiniinitlnn ns candidate Ion Congress subject to action of the Democratic For State Senator tor subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI SON as u candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic partyFor Supt Public Schools Sirs Maggie B Is a candieate for of Public Schools in Garnird Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney authorized to announce J E candidate for nomination for Coon ty Attorney snbject to action of the Demo party For Supt Public Schools- We are authorized to announce MIttie Dunn as a candidate for nomination for Super intendent Common Schools for Garrard cone ty subject to the action of the Democratic par LTHE COUCH I I f G GlllJert Hubble We are Robinson as a ty AND CURE THE For Congress lion party hiss WITH Dr K ti n II New Discovery II IIFOR OLDS ONSUMPTIONOUGHS Price Free Trial IISOc 100a Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK TROUBLES J S ROBINSON Vice Pre I f x I ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNET Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 8Kg8 638x3xg 3 Sxg 8xSx8 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO 0 SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Tno E Stormes W H Kinnaird To Close Out BusinessOur of Monuments Markers and Headstones 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 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 Co549 West Main Street Lexington Ky 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 guarantee absolute purity full measure safe and BACKMakeHAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky P S A nice etched glass and free with every or der Our Guarantee Goods that or your money back isalways Good Ask the Lexington City National Bank 4 I 4 v io t 2 2 f t Sam Our I = 1 I I I I Iexpress I I I OOOOO 00000000 1 0000000000 O 000000000000 2493 oo 0 0 0 9 0 Oo ooao oo eoooooc oooo0009 once and p D Q 0900 PUBLIC SALE Thursday June 16 1904 sell to the highest bidder the described property of Mrs Josle Humber deceased One cow and calf some house hold and kitchen furniture Also atsame time will sell the farm consist ing of 176 acres all in grass except 50 acres and a meadow to be cut there are four springs on this farm which never fail has a pond which never goes dry has a good house barn and all necessary out buildings This farm is situated on new Lancaster and Dan yule road two miles from Lancaster Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at nine oclock a m J I HAMILTON 513tds The Guaranteed Catarrh Cure It E ItlcRoberU Vill Return Mosey If Ilyoiuul No Stomach Doting Hyomei has made so many cures of the most chronic and deep seat ed cases of catarrh that R E Mc Roberts consider it a specific in this disease He extends an invitation to all catarrh sufferers to call at his store and purchase a Hyomei outfit with the distinct understanding that it will be absolutely free unless it a cure The chief reason for the unusual success of Hyomei in the treatment ofcatarrhal troubles and other dis eases of the air passages is the fact with healing and germkilling bal sams On this account it reaches the seat of the disease in a way im possible to pills drugs or other stomach dosing Many of R E McRoberts cus tomers who have catarrh since childhood have been cured completely by this scientific remedyThe complete Hyomei outfiit costs i and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the purse or pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Extra bottles tIle cure Do not suffer longer tarrhal disorders but get a Hyo from R E McRoberts under his guarantee to return the money if it fails You run no risk whatever If it cures the treat went is not expensive while if it fails R E McRoberts will refund your money and it costs you abso lutely nothing BLUE GRASS NURSERIES SPRING 1904 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vinesRhubarbSmall fruits and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw berry and General Cata logue on application No agents Both phones 279 H Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY We wIll on following Fall effects principleimpregnating sufferedwith makingitofcatarrh withca meioutfit everything I t F rIt I L t l j siiiiiitiii Get the Habit Take Life Plant and Get Well Medical history does not record a discovery will equal the merits of LIFE PLANT for the cure of Rheumatism Catarrh and all Blood Diseses Its action inates the poisonous germ that ere the blooi is pure Our guarantee ia No Cure No Pay therefore there IB BO reason for you to suffer longer Mrs Snsmn Lewton f Haloes writesX bad rheumatism for one an aconsiderable of the time I was ao bad I could scarcely walk ankle was o a great del of the tone I oould on iho My numb and I infrared contin I a great many but was unable to get relief until I fclPK PLANT 1 took tour bottle and was entirely eared It U a great reipedy Ufc PUatfe MaauUcrured ealjr fcjr CANTON OHIO permanentIt I i 0 ll I limbs were I r THELIFE PLANT CD 4 lA pureblood tried i t 1