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FIFTEVXTJI YJKAlt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 10 1904 TH CENTRAL RECORD NUJlLBBZ1 a t Pure Water INSURES To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests bugs and trash of all kinds use Our Large Stock WALL PAPER has arrived all new patternsAlso new Furniture Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Large new stock Call and see for Successors toJA Beazley Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business The Good Old Summer Time IS HERE Our store is full of goods to make you comfortable and happy during the warm weitb er We name only a few Ice Cream Freezers Screen Doors Windows Wire Cloth Poultry Wire Washing Machines White Wash Brushes Paint Brushes Flue Stoppers Carpet and Matting tacks Also nice line of Mens and Womens gauze Underwear EL Jenniflp Our CARPETS will be sold at COST for CASH until clos ed dj I I fj fioodHealth W31 f1 Fm- lf1 m I I Iml f1 Frill i HASH N I 11 Is tN 1 Et Hamilton Dunlap R Law Paint Licl I I r E3 i Fi Hae1dell Fi arm f E I 0 E3i I J yourself g i Ir fi outs s Of Local Interest The circus Monday Two elephants with the circus Strawberries are plentiful the crop being unusually large 150 to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Lancaster at 5 a m Is this your paper or are you the copy sent to some other per son Many old codgers are getting ready to take the children to the Circus Monday The flying dutchman and ferris wheel made more money than the combined effortsof all the last week Lastsummer straw hats have been a little slow in making their but they are here all right When you go to Sun Bros circus Monday notice the absence of a fakirs cane racks baby racks etc Nothing but the lemonade stand is permitted on their grounds Master Comm issioner J Mort Roth well and Mr John Anderson caught a cat fish at mouth of Paint Lick which weighed C2J pounds It was caught with a trotline and attract ed much attention when brought to town Mr S II Anderson has our thanks for a box of delicious strawberries They were the largest ever grown in this section lie has a patch of four acres this years crop being the larg est in size and numbers he has as yet raised Beer Walton Jollies Us Lexingtn Democrat Louis Landrams Lancaster Record is one of the few country papers that always has some thing in it that will do to read twice Mr Landram is as mild a mannered man as ever cut a throat or scuttled a ship and doesnt have to shoot his pa trons to make them understand Made Little Money The carnival people say they made little or no money in Lancaster last week the farmers being too busy to come in and patronize the shows The town people attended every day but there were so many deadhead tickets that the box receipts fell short The Odd Fellows made very little on their venture Garrard County Boy Honored Mr J II Wallace who is assistant treasurer for the Carter Dry Goods Co Louisville was last week elected first Lieutenant of the Y M C A company which forms past of the re cently organized Louisville Legion The company is made up of tall men Wallace who stands six feet li inches being an average Other Man Always Wins The fakirs with the street fair took in several people for good size wads of cash but the latter grinned and said nothing In this they displayed good judgment for a man who will go up against another fellows game ought to have sense enough to know who will lose One good old darkey lost 8750 but took his medicine like a man and said nothing Takes Charge as Minister The Rev Mr Ellis who comes to take charge of the local and Buckeye Baptist churches as pastor preached two excellent discourses at the Lan caster church Sunday The congre gations were delighted with his ser mons lie has rented Mrs Fishers property on Lexington street and moved there last week He will preach at Buckeye Sunday Good Order Prevailed The people owe Chief of Police In jun Rothwell and his deputies a vote of thanks for the splendid order pre served during the street fair There was no disorder to speak of and al though several tanked up considera bly there was no boisterous conduct Injun gave several youngsters a shaking and a curtain lecture which had a better effect than placing them in jail Hung Jury In Johnson Case The case of Capt Wm Herndon ad ministrator of M W Johnson against the New York Life Insurance Compa ny for policies amounting to near 60000 was tried in Louisville last week and resulted in a hung jury Capt Herndon tells The Record that a majority of the jurors were forJohn son This is the case that arose short ly after Johnsons death some years ago the companies claiming that pre miums had not been paid It will Como up for trial again in November The Tournament Entries in the contests in the Tour nament continue to roll in and now show a larger list than have ever tak en part in similar events in Kentucky The prizes are all good which secured the large entry lists The Tourna ment will be held week after next The citizens arc coming up nicely in agreeing to entertain visitors The undertaking is a large one but Lan caster people have always taken care of strangers within gates and there is no danger of now other shows appearance Monday reading catchpenny their falling dow D Mrs F M Tinder sent us a box of delicious strawberries grown at their new home the old Currey place The bed is one of the best in the county Examinations for admission to Princeton University will be held in the Walters School Richmond June 16 17 and 18 and for admission to Yale University June 29 30 and July 1 More Honors for Paul Miller It is very gratifying indeed to the young mans friends here in his home town to learn that Mr Paul stood at the head of his class at Annapolis Naval Academy again this year The examinations have just been completed and the cadets are on a three months cruise Mr Miller is a Third Classman this year To even pass at the Annapolis school requires mote hard study than the require ments of any school in this country and the fact that Mr Miller stood at the head of his class is an honor of which the people of his native town are very proud Good Whisky The fact that a little good pure whisky is a good thing to have around the house is well known to most every body So why not be sure to have the best If you want whisky for medicinal purpose order some from the Edgewood Distilling Co owned by Paxton Bros at Gilberts Creek They have only the very best and at reasonable prices too Mr Traylor knows his business and turns out nothing but the pure article Have him send in a jug if you have much sickness in your familyor if you want to make a friend happy send him Uninstructed Delegation The democratic county convention held last Saturday to select delegates to the State convention which met in Louisville yesterday was largely attended lion W G Gooch presided and Mr G B Swinebroad was secreta ry The following delegates were se lected and sent to the state conven uninstructed M D Hughes chairman C A Robinson Alex Gibbs S D Cochran W L Lawson R H Tom linson W G Gooch They were uni ted on Senator James B for delegateatlarge to national tion but differed as to choice for president A Bad Practice Throughout the land there is an in clination to employ a teacher of my party my church or to suit my children whether any one else is pleased or not and a great many trus tees will vote only to reward some friend or punish some enemy or for some sisters cousins wifes daughters soninlaw to be their teacher or let their school go to the howwows Such narrowness is so contemptible that it ought to be downed and kept down A man who is so narrow should never get hold of even one small string in control of a school W C T U In Arkansas Yantis formerly of sends The Record a program of the Arkansas W C T U state which was held in her home city Paragould recently One of the Par agould papers in its account of the meeting interesting of last nights meeting was the music and part performed by the children of the Loyal Temperance Le gion Under directions of Mrs Yan tis they rendered two excellent songs and gave evidence of patient and pious training The community owes a debt of gratitude to Mrs Yan tis for her labors with the youth and wholesome influence of her upon their lives The Old WheelHoss During our absence Judge M D Hughes has kindly consented to take charge of The Record so next issue will be under his supervision It is Wellknown that almost every man in town knows how a newspaper ought to be run but finding some one to the job is a difficult task He who holds down the goods box and be who has only a few hours work each day and puts in most time talking about other peoples business are ex perts at knowing how a paper should be run but these sages will never undertake it or any other job where they have to work from sun to sun Judge Hughes is an old newspa per man and while the harness may rub a little in spats yet he will pull the load to the top of the hill An Old Coin One day last week Mr John M found a Spanish coin in the old race track field bearing the date 1786 It contains the Spanish coat of arms and several inscriptions It is larger than a silver dollar and is remarkably well preserved The field was used years ago as a race track as a race track being owned by Mr M H Gill and previously by his father Some of the best racers of the country were trained on that track Gold smith Maid and other equally as no ted ones receiving their training there Race horse men from all over the Uni ted States visited this track and it Is supposed the coin found last week was dropped by one of them This old quite an interesting which we hope to publish in The Record at some near date Mr Dun can gave the coin to Master Joseph Rogers who has quite a collection of old coins Is your subscription to Record due I host of Miller some convent Mrs W A saysAn Duncan history tion Lancaster convection feature her example undertake track has Services at Poor House The W C T U will hold services at the Alms House next Sunday at 3 oclock Rev C M Chumb ley will preach Deserved Compliment lion Sam D Cochran of Garrard was elected an alternate delegate to the National Democratic convention by the state convention held in Loius ville this week Bloomer Girls Coming The Lancaster base ball team has arranged for a game with the Girls next Thursday the 16th at Athletic Park The Bloomer Girls have played in Lancaster before and have a good team Flower Mission Day Sunday is flower Mission Day and the W C T U will at the Rest Rooms commencing promptly at 2 oclock p m An interesting program has been arranged and all members are urged to be present Music For Tournament The management for the are figuring of securing the splendid Lexington Military Band and Orchestra formerly Saxtons to play each day brass Ip day time and at the several night This will prove a big card and bri great pleasure to our people J Death of Boyle Citizens Boyle county sustained a great loss Tuesday in the death of county Judge Wm E and Mr James Kinnalrd They leaders in all that was for the and betterment of their community and good Chris tian citizens The death of such men is a serious loss to the ranks of those who live for the betterment of PhysIcalXultupo The class in culture under the direction of Prof T C Adams work Tuesday evening and is tine progress Physical culture is very popularand the benellts there from are wonderful indeed Many of the leading citizens are members of the class as it is particularly benefi clam to people whose work confines to the store or office Adams is an old newspaper man has made many friends in our city Elkin In The Race Mr M F Elkin was seen by a Advocate reporter at Stanford yesterday and interviewed on hiscan didacy for the Senate in al district Mr Elkin said It has been reported that I am not going to make the race Nothing could be a greater mistake 1 have never for a moment given up the idea of running Time senatorial race is more than a year off now and at this time the congressional race overshadows else as it ought but when the time comes for me to work for the nomination here in Lincoln county somebody will know there has been a fight ana you may set it down now in black and white that Elkin will win in a walk Then too I can do the district more good than any other man as I was the original Thome supporter and he has promised me when I come to the Senate that he will put me on one of the most committees during my first term But said the reporter what about the report that you are nonresident That said Mr Elkin is all stuff knows that in primaries eral elections and all kinds of races I have always voted in Lincoln I have never claimed any other than home I still own my little cottage on Lancaster street and my furniture is snugly packed away here in town When I walk down Stanfords streets I feel more at home than on anyspoton earthand I expect to live and die here among my home people I have been away considerably and have boarded in Lexington for some time but that has been only a temporary headquar ters while working up Maccabee lodg es Yes 1 am a candidate first last and all the time and now that it has been decided that it is Lincoln conc tys time you people in outside coun ties may count on having Elkin for next State Senator from this district The Show Is Coming The Sun Brothers new Railroad Shows Trained Animal Exposition are coming and with them the grand est 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 attrac tions to be seen only the Sun Brothers new railroad Shows but among them may be mentioned the marvelous Hill Family four in num ber the leaders of refined acrobats poses and pyramiderc the cute little riding pony Madam Leon and her team of Arabian beauties the Ear dell Bros in their sterling aerial acts Prof Leon and his school of six train ed ponies those Marion Boys and their performing donkeys their score of beautiful intelligent horses and the crowd of comical clowns jesters buft foons and pantomimists These a few of the attractions only a few Two performances will be given daily rain or shine at 2 and 8pm Grand tree street parade at 11 oclock on the morning of the day of exhibition Lancaster Monday June 13 hold services Tournament entertainments- at draw- Ing g ere od physical began mak- Ing Profd Danville thissenatorl Important gent c placeS Stanford afternoon Bloomer orchestra Prominent Pre lit mankind everything everybody extended with are but INTERESTING CEREMONIES Programme for Kentucky Day at Worlds Fair Full of Stirring Events The plans for Kentucky nesday June the Worlds Fair are rapidly maturing Indications point to this day being one ofthe in the history of the Exposition There will becheap rates in effect from all the State to St Louis Two trains will run from Louisvilleone on the night of June 13 carrying the Kentucky Press Association and one on the night of June 14 made up of the Louisville business men from the Board of Trade Commercial Club and Merchants and Manufacturers This train will have a car attached with Gov J C W Beckham his staff and State officials aboard together with a committee of three from the Battleship Kentucky The editors as has been before will spend a day very pleasantly before Kentucky Day sight seeing The business mens excursion will run direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds and will parade headed by a band to the Kentucky Building early on the morning of Kentucky Day Breakfast will be taken at the Geiman ant adjoining the German Pavillion The exercises of the day will begin at 11 oclock at the State Building by the singing of Green Kentucky a song written by Mrs Kate Slaughter McKinney a former Gar rard county lady now living mingham Ala Immediately this song there will be a of the homecoming colors of the Battleship Kentucky by a from this good old shipto the Governor of the State There will be addresses by a Kentuckian now in the navy and a Kentuckian now in the armyThe regular exercises for Kentucky Day will be held In Festival Hall and will include a recital on the big pipe organ the largest ever built Presi dent A Y Ford of the KentuckyCom mission will preside and speeches will be made by President Francis of the Exposition a former Kentuckian by Hon Harry B Hawes of St Louis a Kentuckian who is the presi of the Kentucky Society of St Louis by Governor Beckham and others At night from 8 to 11 oclock there will be a reception at the Building admission by card As previously stated no invitations to Kentucky Day will be sent into Ken tucky Every Kentuckian is invited All events the day will be made Kentuckian as possible Kentucky Building souvenir buttons will be given all visitors and a bunch of blue grass inline head will be on each visitor Of courserefresh ments will be served both during the day and at the evening reception Doctors Thrilling Experience Dr J B KinnaIrd of this city had an experience one night last week which for excitement and danger surpasses anything that has recent years During the street fair and carnival the doctor became greatly interested in Si the snake eater and visited the den at every On the night in question he was prepared to visit a patient in the country and bundled in a large overcoat had started across the Square for Danville street On reaching Sls tent the desire to see wonder overcame him and turn his steed over to a boy mounted the platform and for some minutes aghast at Sis wonderful feats den was well filled with snakes and in some unaccountable manner one of the reptiles escaped through a crack in the canvas crawled out onto the platform and up the doctors long heavy overcoat A large pocket an inviting hiding place and the snake cralled in coiled up and prepared for a comfortable nap The doctor left entered his buggy and was soon several miles from town Desiring a chew of long green the doctor ran his hand into the pocket for his twist of hillside and one can imagine his plight when the cold sump reptile was felt It moved in stantly and the doctor involuntarily clutched it about the neck drawing it from the pocket In attempting to throw it from the buggy the snake wound about the doctors ening its coils every moment The scuffle in the buggy frightened the horse which was soon running at a lively gallop With the snakes head grasped in his right hand he with his left to keep the horse in the middle of the road until Hubble reached and by heroic efforts the doctor turned the animal and headed him for Lancaster The struggle to free himself from the large rattler continued frighten the which ran all the way back to Lancaster The doctors wonderful presence of mind aided him to steer the horse through the many tents on the Public Square and into Sweeneys livery stable where the hands under direction of W Sweeney the soon caught the horse A large crowd quickly gathered and Bra Burnett Acton produced their pocket cases and with surgical instru soon had the reptile cut into pieces Dr Kinnaird was ex hausted from the great strain and ex cltementbut his brother doctors son i brought him around all right Doc says he is now bitterly opposed to street fairs and will help to hang the next snake eater who the lawa DayWed 15at st Louis- Iana places- In spec- Ial Association private stated Restanr Pastures atBir committee happened- in opportunity Public furnished necktlght managed MrJ proprietor Ita c Purchase Government follow- Ing presentation ent Kentucky distinctively pinned ng was horse and meats many CLOSING OUT QUIT BUSINESS NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR SEIUTIIIIl 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 H T LOGAN j I I r E I lOGAN DRY GOODS SLAUGHTER zoo COMPANY SALE H 3 Get In The Habit- Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co 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 Get our prices on CHAMPION DRAW CUT MOWING MACHINES v nL i J O Ot OQot1 1 c I III III II I I II I frI I I prM YYwf- lrOw06 OTA Jrn C OG OOWO fga qI H 09090400o0oo000O000 Best Hay RakesMade And ourr pices will suit you i I J HASELDEN ROBINSON I f i c oo 1 J z CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Iml OJlee In Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky June 10 1904 Young man do you want to pet rich quick Well It seems comparatively easy these days provided you have a little start and some tact But youll have to give up something Youll have to give up your conscience for you wont need it at allsays thellart ford Herald And if you have a kind heart youll have to give up that Youll have to drop your charitable regard for your fellow man Just size him up from a strict financial stand point If you have a streak of benev olence running through you it will soon leave of itself likewise your nature You must discard your interest in any appeals of the poor and needy Remember that there is no financial value in them for you If you have ever thought about heaven and a hereafter better cease your meditations along that line for there is no place there to invest your cash After you have dropped these and a few other kindly human in stincts you will be in a fair way to get rich Will you be happy Were not talking about happiness Thats another question entirely from the one under discussion Paul Moore the genial editor of the Earlington Bee knocks centre when he says The fellow who sits all day doing nothing and complaining that everything goes wrong and nothing goes right is the man who is really in hard luck and he alone is responsible for this state of affairs If you want to succeed in life stop knocking stop meddling with other peoples business and go to work The man or woman who goes about town with a long face complaining that times are hard that the necessities of life are too high and envying their neighbors good fortune only make themselves miserable and in no wise better their condition financially or otherwise If you would have things nice in your home if you would lay by something for a rainy day if you would be happy cheerful and contentedgo to work quit knock ing and keep busy About 2 a m at Winchester last week a freight train backed into track and a fellow who was sleeping under some was mangled and killed Here is a fine chance to sue the railroad company as it is evi dent the trainmen failed to go under every car to see if any one was there It is a shame that the company would move the cars and disturb sleepers anyway The track and cars were made for people to sleep on and under and the company had no business its old engine there If the average country jury gets a whack at the company it will give a verdict for many thousand dollars damage Some time ago Sully a millionaire stock broker on Wall street failed We notice where creditors are now making a fight for his pew in St church claiming it to be an asset As deeds to pews in those rich churches carry no title to wings in the Great Beyond or have any more connection with a souls salvation than a harp of a thousand strings has with a deck of cards we see no reason why Suls pew should not be put up before the court house door and knocked off to the highest and best bidder The troubles of woman seem to instead of diminish Just as she is in the midst of house cleaning and undergoing the trying ordeal of getting the sweet ready for commencement here comes along a Lexington Judge who decides that a man has the legal right to whip bis wife Our sympathy goes out to the gentler sex on the two former but not in the latter for the simple reason that not one man in a hundred will undertake the task of whipping SallieAnn This years meeting of the Press Association bids fair to be the largest and best in many years Every paper which is more than one year old is entitled to membership Every editor should attend these meet ings as he learns new methods gets acquainted with the craft and by mingling with the boys gets out of his old cutanddried ways The trip this year is inexpensive and all drivers should make it a point to go The newspapers are largely discuss the naval lessons of the war There have been many lessons but the chief ore to impress itself on world powers is that a punctured bat tleship isnt as valuable as a punctur automobile tire The Winchester Democrat speaks of a young man who tried to go a champagne gait on a beer salary This is a neat way of expressing it An Indiana minister advises young men to have nothing to do with girls who flirt Recently Chicago college professor said flirting was a part of a liberal education Pay money and take your choice In many cities of this country mar ried teachers are barred In the Phil ippines women must be married or engaged before they can get positions i J kindhearted aside cars running Bartholomew increase I propositions Kentucky II I quill ling goIng nation a girl graduate your mi of he ill pi to jj hilly tfgiK5iiiy i OIMJ J d is i f o predict that tiio was a bout jack The Record cungratuls tions to our good neighbor the liar rodsburg Herald upon its successful civic league edition The Louisville courts are giving Chicago a close race in the matter of granting divorces JiKYANTVSILLE Mr R H Pettus spent a few days in Crab Orchard last week Mr Leslie Jenkins of Indianapolis is at home for a vacation Mr Tom Adams of Lexington has been visiting relatives here Mrs Fannie Bryant has been visit log Mrs John Ballard of Lancaster Master Bryan Ballard has returned after a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs May and children Jacob and Ophelia are iu Frankfort this week Misses Pettus of Somerset are vis iting their brothers Messrs R Will Pettus Mrs SA Norris from near Lancas tar is with her grand daughter Mrs Dr Durham Mrs Susan Johnson returned to her home in Burgin after two weeks with relatives here Miss Frances Tomlinson is at home after studying Art at CampbellHa german College Miss Elizabeth Bryant entertained quite a number of her friends very pleasantly Friday evening Mrs Mattie Montgomery and bliss Bessie of Texas are visiting Mr Jas Burnside and family Misses Ethel West of Lancaster and Virginia King are spending this week with Miss Mayfiie Ballard Mrs Will Glass and little daughter Mary Lee visited Mr and Mrs YVm Combs of Jessamine last week Mrs Mae Steadman has sold her beautiful home here to DIr Charles Scott for Possession to be giv en at once Miss May me Lee Ballard returned Saturday after a delightful visit of three weeks to Miss Lucy Kerr of North Middletown and relatives in Reed of Bloomington Illinois and Edna Shiveil of City are being very pleasantly entertained this week by Miss Anna Ray Jenkins Hagan Ballard and Hugh Tomlin son who were with the Kentucky State College cadets at the Worlds Fair returned from St Louis Sunday and will be at home after attending Commencement at Lexington Misses Joe Helen and Wadelee Mar et returned Saturday after a visit to Cincinnati and Oxford Ohio and have as their guests this week Misses Gertrude Black of Barbourville and Mary Ann Muster of Louisville PREACHERSYILLE Corn oats and meadows are looking Col B F Robinson was here first of the week buying lambs Rev W B Ragan of Irvine Is with home folks for a few days Dr Brown and Bro Huey of were here last week Mrs Allie King is visiting at the King Hotel Crab Orchard Menifee Elmore and family were visiting W H Cummins and family Sunday Several from this place attended the meeting at Crab Orchard last Sunday Bryant Ballard and Mrs Lucy Stig all were visiting relatives at Stanford Sunday Mr G A Brown has returned from St Louis where he has been attending the Worlds Fair R Kinnaird and Judge Hughes of Lancaster were here last week after insurance Mr and Mrs F F Cummins and daughter Miss Allie May were visi tors of Rev W T White and family last week Several from here attended the fun eral of Dr J D Pettus of Crab Or chard Saturday He originally lived here and practiced his profession He had many friends here who extend sympathy to the bereaved family McCREARY Miss Mary Thompson of Lancaster is a visitor of Miss Bessie Gulley Miss L Sanders of Hyatts vilJe visited Miss Lill Warner Miss Bessie Layton visited Misses Edna Gulley and Irene Sadler last wee Miss Emma Jones Is guest of her sister Mrs Boone Saunders Buck eye this week Mr Willie Layton sister Miss Emma were visitors of Charlie and Ethel Sadler Sunday Mrs Wm Hamm and children who have been visiting mbtntrat S jm erset came home Sunday Miss Lucy Hamm who has been vis iting at Burnslde returned to her home Sunday accompanied by her slater Mrs LpuJgBarogey JJnnfl11o pf 1JHfll I steadman Hand daughter 3200 LexingtonMisses Junction I well Stanford look- Ing II Walker Buckeyeis recently relatives PgperyiGil lez 1 pill extends Carrie the and her n Kin Ben yea a ly E ircli siiii j Miumit qrinf y Is constantly minim in dcciwiuu Ur Discovery forConsumptinii Coughs and Colds to l c unequaled A recent expression from T J MLPirlaiil serves as example lie writes I Had Bronchitis for and doctored all the time I being bene lilted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and few bottles wholly cured me Equal effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneu monia and Grip Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100 1m It is better to walk in a straight line than to run in a circle Driven to Desperation 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 Lay in supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at McRoberts Drug j Store 1m i People who talk about God need to talk with him a good deal What Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of 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 McRoberts Druggist 1m BEAZLEY Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street ji st above Presbyterian church Phone Ill 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 I nIcIf fj l ij New I fi Va I I fI U fI fi 111 j 11 matchless l Headaches J A UIOrE1BrAKER i UICHAMP II I f Ulrtilpa threes without 455 0 0 IcWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Have you been in our New Store If not our high grade of goods and if low prices o Will Inspire You We carry a large assortment of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Harness Groceries Hardware Furniture Undertaking We take pleasure in showing you over our several De partments whether you buy or not McWhorter EstridgeP- AINT LICK KY Y T t0 IQ rGpiw HI Ipt tt i v I I 0 I I r 1 i 0 Q i I ill Ifi Ifil p fltfJ1fJ Jlfi1 7tfjl I I f0 ffiIffii 1 J f Q p E3 0 E3 D Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville ilor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet Potatoe plants three first class Cellery plants Joseph Faul 429 tf Plants Goner 1 t Mastic Paint GUARANTEE it your money or repaint house if not satisfactory EzwzUSE We We refund your McROBERTS DRUGGIST AuroOm r F4t1g 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 ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of 100 each for The total number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 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 satisfied customers We to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress to please you in both pattern and the best for the your entire satisfaction guaranteed OVQ SOB M P H Ij touringcars andrunabouts earlyestimates 21480141 noveltiessomething pricealways i moneyand J CALL 4 ILL 0 you iIwould hke SEE t t CORN RIGHT GET A CULTIVATOR OF Dont Contract For a Mowing Ma chine Until You Se- eTHE PLftNO LightRunning Noiseless Just It K F Postle u 10 XjY X JffiJWfiL 1 irj L ifYi0JJJX X rX X X ys I WORX YOUR I I PostleI I 1 I I llll JffJJflK WJ rYYf 0 0 h gr PERSONALS Miss Helen Thurmond of Brodhead is visiting Mrs U D Simpson Mrs Leslie Bradshaw and daughter were with friends here Saturday Mrs William Price of Danville has been visiting Mrs Martha Frisbie Miss Mae Robinson has been visiting Mrs E C Gaines Richmond avenue Miss Theo Hemphill visiting friends in Winchester and Danville Mr W A Arnold and Miss Lucy Greg ory were visitors in Danville Sunday Mr and Mrs John Cotton of were visitors here the past week Leslie Herndon transfer mail clerk at Lexington was here for a few days visitMr Tom Eason wife and baby of Danville were visitors here the past weekMisses Ethel West and Mary Thomp son visited Miss Nell Bourne of Mc CrearyMr Faris of Richmond was the guest of his brother Dr Chris Faris Sunday Mrs Ed Minor and daughter Miss Lora of Louisville are visiting Miss Lizzie Johnston Misses Belle Cash and Etta Belle Cloyd of Hustonville were visitors of Miss Florence Harris Mr A M Kinnaird of Middlesboro has been visiting his parents Squire W H Kinnaird and wife Mrs James Burnside who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Bryantsville I ANOTHER I NEW LINE i g We have just received an other large shipment of TailorMade Hats 3 We are making a specialty of this exquisite stock and g giving especially low prices 3 Remember we carry the best of everything in Ladies Headwear fc Store Miss ADA DICKEUSON PRO Stormes Bldg Danville st XJUJUJUiUJUiMlUJUMT I s t nnnC E E E The MrveI r I r j Danville 5 p 1 E r- L 0040000444904r Milliner I r Miss Willie Belle Burnside has re turned from a months visit to Miss Cora Ward of Cincinnati Lottie Faris after a to her brother Dr Chris Faris has returned to her home in Kirksville Mr W K Shugars of Salvisa joined his family here Monday returning home with them Tuesday Miss Ozzie Young and brother of Chicago are visiting their grand par ents Mr and Mrs William Anderson Mr and Mrs H M Ballou entertained a few friends at a dinner Saturday evening in honor of Dr Sid Isbell and wifeLittle Misses Francis Geiger and Alice Rigncy have been visiting their aunt Mrs James Burnside of Bryants ville Mrs W K Shugars and handsome sin of Salvisa are guests of Mr William Shugars and family at the New Mason HotelMrs R L Ward and brother T W Loyd of Pennington Gap Va have been visiting their aunt Mrs Milton WardMessrs HerbertKinnaird Ben Will and Sam Denny attended the dance given in Danville Friday eveningMrs Poor has returned from a visit to relatives and friends in New York City Charleston and other east ern cities Misses Annie and Minnie Cotton of Danville and Jennie Burnside of Bryantsville were guests of Miss Lena Rigney the past week Monte Fox of Danville was a visi tor here Sunday Monte is one of the bist known cattle men in the state and comes near buying up all the good Mr and Mrs Louis Landram will leave Sunday for Louisville to attend the meeting of the Kentucky Press Asso elation They will accompany the par ty to St Louis Lexington Leader Miss Mayme Ballard will return to her home in Oar rard county tomorrow after a weeks visit to Mrs W T Woolfolk and family in Park Place Miss Annie Royston and Mrs Ed Gaines leave for St Louis this week to attend the Worlds Fair Miss Roy ston will go on to Chicago where she will spend the summer Mr Duke Goodloe of St Louis and Miss Lucy Goodloe why has been teaching school in Texas were called home to attend the funeral of their father Mr Duncan Goodloe Nicholasville News Mrs William Poor of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs N L Bronaugh this week Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden of Lancaster were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Powell Dancan the first of the weekStanford Journal Miss Mae Belle Burdett will represent Garrard county in Elocutionary contest to be held at Waltons Opera House Friday eve Miss visit Hern- don ones I I r the fling Juno 17 Mrs Alex West and iiushtor Miss Liilirt V of Lancaster are with Miss Bessie Yantis M itte Thompson is in Danville visiting Miss Nell Dillion left visit to Mrs B Stone in Versailles Saturday Mr Willie Fox Logan who has been attending college In Lexington is at homeMrs Margaet Dunn is in visiting her son Mr Cooper DunnMrs G M Patterson and daughter Miss Ilelone visiting friends in Berea Miss Hallie Nevius has returned to her home in Stanford after a visit to Miss Nell Dillion Mr Herndon Young of Louisville has been visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs William Anderson Misses Chnstinc Rice and Maggie Brown of Paint Lick have been visi ting Miss Grace Helone Patterson Messrs Louis Herndon Branham Beazley and Charlie West attended a dance in Danville Tuesday evening Miss Bessie Yantis one of Stanfords most beautiful young ladies is the guest of her cousin Miss Bessie Mae LearMiss Gene Dick who has been the popular visitor of Miss Allie Arnold returned to her home in Crab Orchard WednesdayMrs Kirby is attending the commencement exercises her neices Misses Martha and Helen Gill graduate Miss Annie Perkins is entertaining this week the following friends Miss es Mattie Mae Robinson Ethel West Mayme Ballard We had a pleasant call from Mr Reed Embry of the Danville News He and Vernon Richardson are keep ing the News at the top notch giving their many times over the price of subscription They are a clever pair and deserve success Very elegant invitations were re echoed Dy friends to be present at the Inauguration of President elect Dr Lilian Wyckoff Johnson on the after noonof Commencement Day Tuesday June seventh at two oclock Oxford Ohio Dr Johnson succeeds Dr Leila McKeeMiss Lena Rigney entertained Sat urday evening in honor of seven Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton of Danvillie Miss Nannie Woods En gleman of Stanford Miss Jennie Burnside of Bryantsville and Messrs Ed Robert and Stephen Walker of Point Leaven The contained a good likeness of Rey J M Bruce who has taken charge of the Baptist church at Horse Cave Although Boyle county was his home our people look upon Mr Bruce and love him as one of us Such people as he accomplish much good for their Master 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 Satur day June 25 1904 two oclock r M on standard time for the purpose of elect Jug delegates to county convention to be held at the court house in Ky on June 27 1904 at 2 ocloik p m standard time to select seven delegates to the District convention which meets at Shelbyvllle 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 Bryantsville 4 Buckeye 2 Walkers School House 2 Union 3 Paint Lick 3 The said Precinct Conventions shall be called to order by the Committee man for the respective precincts who shall preside until an organization is effected and said Committeeman shall certify to the County Convention the Chairman and Secretary of the precinct convention and said Chair man and Secretary elected as aforesaid shall certify to said County the list of delegates elected All good democrats are invited and requested to attend and participate Given under our hand this May 12 1904 W G Gooch Ohm Secty Garrard Co Com I Walden fora at Glendale readers cous- Ins Glasgow Times Convention lb D Hughes 5 27 tf 1 tr Miss Mrs Jesse Chattanooga are Lancaster n ROMANS A BLMORE Surries It Buggiest Phaetons Runabouts BUCKBOARDS and FRAZIER CARTS all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We 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 and save money Remember we have Old HickoryWagons Remember that we you the best work made if you want it and we can show you the biggest assortment of medium priced vehicles in the city I min rr I m G tG I i JrRii can I t can snit i i t L camintlons for white teachers win he held at court house Friday and Saturday June 17 and 18 for colored teachers at court house Friday and Saturday June 24 and 25 Mrs L L Walker County Supt Notice to Taxpayers City taxes of 1904 now due and I must have the money Will find me at Police court room G 10tf S D Rothwcll Collector Lost between Lancaster and childs light champaign jacket brass buttons Return to Record office or Brown Dickerson Buck eye 32t Piano fop Sale A good Upright Piano almost new used but little Apply at this office G 10tf Fine Boarding at St Louis If you want the best accommod tions at lowest prices when in St Louis stop at 5428 Maple Avenue Elegant rooms fine location 20 min utes walk from Fair Grounds Mrs J C Bogle proprietor tf Land Stock Crops Hemp has been badly damaged in some localities by cut worms it is in good condition There will probably be a somewhat larger crop of peaches than was indi cated by previous reports Tobacco plants are quite small es pecially in the Burley district Trans planting progressed slowly being re tarded by dry weather and the small ness of plants Oats are doing very well Grasses and pastures have suffered from rain but are now improving the yield of early hay will be short Late forage crops such as peas cane and millet are being sown The export trade in bananas from Porto Rico to the United States in 1881 and has grown from 3500 bunches to upwards of 4000 000 buncl es annuallyCorn thrifty and the soil in good condition A good of corn was destroyed by cut worms but the ravages of these pests are now les sened The fruit crop of California will probably be slightly below the average in quantity this year The Sacra mento Valley fruit districts which provide the bulk of Californias fruits report heavy crops of pears but slight shortage in most other fruits There were 6537 potato distilleries in operation in Germany in 190102 the output of pure alcohol was 93165 940 gallons The production of the potato distilleries amounted to 78 per cent of the total production of alco hol in the Empire The quantity of potatoes used amounted to 113475348 bushels The first box of cherries shipped from California this sold in Chicago for 25 S3 12 a pound The second sale made in the city of Phila delphia at auction was a record brea ker 8 pounds of cherries bringing the remakable price of 70 Carload ship ments from Sacramento Valley dis tricts began May 13th when a carload of cherries were shipped from Vaca viileWheat in the northeastern anti some of the central counties is very poor but it has improved generally and in many of the western counties a fair yield is expected On the whole the prospect is much better than at the close of the winter though there can not be near a full Grain receipts at nine primary of the United States for the last four months were 81754079 bushels including Hour reduced to bushels A year ago the corresponding total was 125809693 bushels showing a decrsase of 44054713 bushels or 35 2 per cent During the month of April 163425 0 bushels were received compared with 28800011 bushels for April 1903 Tc tal receipts of grain including flour reduced to bushels at live ports on the North Atlantic seaboard for the month of April 1904 were 13921652 bushels Last year for the correspon ding month receipts were 22 558548 bushels For the four months ecdir g April 01209968 bushels were received in 1904 and 89697393 bushels in 1903 During April 1904 receipt at Port land were 236659 bushels in contrast with 623352 bushels for April 1903 Iii Exunlnal Ions 610 otherwise began deal yearwas crop t I arc Buckeye f 0 seaports Business and Bargains Baled bay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf The Danville Steam Laundry but the baby 25t Smith Currey Agts Wanted 90 hemo brakes tf R M West We want your paint quality and prices count 4226t varnish makes old furni ure new At Thompsons tf Plants Plants Plants Geo Smith Get a set of China or Glass dishes at Yards 2t For Sale good McCormack binder In good condition Apply at this of lice or to W R Cook tf Ice Cream Freezers at Wards 2t 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 5Ctf We have German Millet seed oats and corn choice nicely cleaned Cul tivated hemp seed on terms tf II A B Marksbury Son Baled hay for sale Banks Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky Graphite Roof Paint is tine best and cheapest Paint you on your roof We guarantee last 5 years 4 22 Gt Drug 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 For Sae some choice milk cows 2t Mrs Mary Walden Refrigerators hammocks etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 56tf FOP 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 West Sweeney We have the very best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Son If you ae going your house roof barn or thing else we can supply your for paint of every description at 422 tf Store I will pay 14c per doz for eggs and sell granulated sugar 20 lbs for 100 R A Stone We have Varnish Stains Enamels Floor Paint House Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Colors in oil and of Brushes ever shown in Lancaster 422Gt Store House Cleaners Attention As the seasonfor Spring Cleaning is at hand vou will need Amonia Car bolic Arid sponges Chamois Bed Killer Moth Balls saint Var nishes and brushes We have all of these and at the lowest prices Tele phone us your order and we v ill deliv er promptly 422 Gt Frisbies Drug Store Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap Oats Corn and Hay for sale Bat k Hudson 63tI Please call and settle your accounts 429 tf Beazley FOP Rent About 400 acres of good grass land at my farm near Bryantsville 527tf Mrs Hallie B Sweeney For Rent myres idenceon Lexing ton street Possession given at once 5 13tf Mrs Susan Fisher Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson G3tf Marksbury Son sell hemp seed millet seed oats and corn See them before buying Foil live extra nice cattle T Yates Hudson Danville Ky G3 3t WANTED Coal miners forty cents a car mine run Stearns Coal Compa ny Stearns Kv Call on W S Glore I Danville Ky for particulars G33t Having bought property elsewhere my property in Lancaster is now for sale For price c address Mrs Moody Harden 1714 Greenup Street Covington Ky everythIng slness if will get It JJrlsble Store Tapalac Hudson34tf For Sale c use it o Frisbie payment Mar sbury t paint a wa t be 520tf Jap lac s Bug 56 Faris SALEForty 6 3tf t washes a rug Si C 3 prices a btine S tf S C MOUNT ELKIN Hardware Saddles Harness Buggies HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE I Style Stays 12 In or 6 in apart Special Hot Horse and Cattle Style Stays 12 in or 6 in apart f Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses and pigs ROD OF GUARANTEED I by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you ho I H will you and fence your fields sq jthey will stay feacwL p hogs Regular everlasting EVERY AMERICAN FENCE save money r t M J 4 CONN J B CONN We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros c l E ILL nrnrnnnnr i unn mmrm Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness lU1UUJUUUUUU1U1UUl1UUUUUlU iUlllUlUiU1U1U1U1UU rmnrmE nrr rnnornrn nim VmIIerndGii GJ Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Ii I I J l A house wellpainted is AN 11m 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 dIe everything pertaining to paints Let us have your business it will be appreciated I I The LADIES ADMIRE OUR MILLINERY t t 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 SALLIE D TILLET 4 ENDS SPENCER tres Expert Accountant jana c Educates Young People For Business Good Employment mad Succoi J CALL OH WRIT roll FULL INrOMIATIOH SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS t Not a Luxury FBISBIES KY Ullellalftal kBuildingLOUISVILLE EXPERT AMOUNTING DEPARTMENT 0 L Hammack Paint Lick Kentucky Give us your order for Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special filled without delay AND Carriage RepairingW- orkGuaranteed to give Satisfaction F H Koehler O Co orders Blacksmithing LHrnnack W S BEAZLEY Office over Thomp i one store Danville it y G C FARIS Seazley Paris I Dentleta DRUGSTORE II W t a Cd 5 a 3s CCClSoooa Cd IoIiI ca g So- S E 01 t = CIS JiII 114Qc 8 Egill sz e j1 s c Les- m ob itso 4mo r q pm ha ra Vz x x n a aZ o az Business College ITHOSE TURNER HARRISCHAS G MANAGERS That SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send i us a trial bundle We will call for your work 1C N LAUNDRY Main wsi St hones 202 Lexington Ky LOGAN I ancasterKentucky Agent J H T S r r x There are some magnificant mothers in the world to whom maternity gives an added charm a greater strength But how few these mothers when compared with the multitude of women who are charm weakened and broken down by the burdens of maternity Motherhood is the highest function of women and nature meant it to confer the highest joy Maternity has an entirely new meaning to those for whom it was once only another word for suffering when they have been made well and strong by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures the nausea from which many women suffer It encourages the appetite the nerves and gives refreshing sleep It increases the gives great muscular elasticity making the babys advent practically painless 1 had indigestion so bad last winter while expecting to become a mother writes Mrs Th of Yorkville Ill Box that I could not eat without it distressed me terribly I took bottles of Favorite Prescription and three of Discovery and went through much comfort and when baby came had to suffer as with other times It must be known case was a one not being overstrong and having had children years I was so weak and rundown I could hardly drag around You may well I am now being left entirely five children of whom the is four years can do all my work I am happy indeed for I love children and not care how many I have if I can The Common Sanaa Medical Adviser one thousand and oSgM lafgs pages In paper cover fa sent FREE on rocoipt of twenfyono ono cent to pay expense el mailing ONLY Or R K Pierce Buffalo M Y robbedof strengthand veryremarkable ss air Add tranquilizes five four oldest BEONA VISTA Mr L D Scott was in Uarrodsburg SaturdayWill is at home from Central College Academy Mr and Mrs W T King are visiting relatives in Madison The third Sunday will be Childrens Day at Browns Chapel- G R Spilman and wife of Danville were guests of Mrs Mary Spilman SundayMiss Clark of London will arrive Wednesday to be the guest of 3Iiss Bessie Bolton Misses Mary and Sallie Askins their at McCreary from Friday until Monday Charles Scott and wife will move next week to their property recently purchased from Mrs Steadmau Robinson and Charlie Irvine Chris topher attended the Sunday Schoo visited brother Convention at Ambrose county Sunday Miss Lucretia Skinner of and Mr Kilbourue Stewart of Orchard were guests of Miss Skinner Sunday A T Scott and family of Hender sonville N C are expected soon Scott will at once take possession the store now operated by C M Scott- J C Scott and Hollis Spoonamore represented Browns Chapel and Mt Olivet Sunday Schools at the last Tuesday Mr Otis Blakeman of this place will on Wednesday lead to the hyme nial altar Miss Brumfield of mine The young couple will reside in Nicholasville Miss Florence Christopher leftTues day to attend commencement at the Alma Mater Glendale College Glen dale Ohio She will remain for the Golden Jubilee and banquet Thurs day i Convention Jessami Cr Jenn b Jess n a BROTHERS Worlds progressive Railroad Shows Museum Men agerie and Trained Animal Exhibition SUN I Enlarged and Recon structed for the present season ANNUAL TOUR Largest Richest Best Show on Earth Monday JUNE 13 1904 LANCASTER Some of the great features to be ProgressiveShows The Famous Hardell and Bart Trio Tripple Horizontal Bar experts introducing difficult Double Sum mersaults and Fly Overs her beautiful School Virginia Wonderful Hill Family Society Acrobats Introducing all the latest daring sensational tricks Commodore the most wonderful Mule in the World performing the remarkable feat of walking a tight rope in mid air 1000 for his equal DAN LEON the Famous Riderprincipal Jockey and Four Horse Equestrienne HERR KLOTZ his Den of Perform ferocious Lions and Animals And a Host of Happy Mirth ProYokifl Jesters Paatoaimists aid CtowisJ M J Landallam e le del 1 T Yaock A boat This surely is the best greatest and grandest all feature show that will visit your city this season SUN BROTHERS BIG SHOW OF THE WORLD I And other acts and novelties too numerous to mention PICTURESQUE STREET place at i I oclock a m on This GRAND MONDAY JUNE 1 3 1 904Two performances afternoon and evening Special excursions at thevery lowest rates on all lines of travelt i 3 H t w Gettlrpr Good Men ts ii1 iSi the r c iy of ii Cal Airnd viiiiVs book The LSfw in EniiMcrl Sol dier in United Stales A nny The book set sets forth the many features of the army and is inter esting in many ways The U S re crusting stations are enlisting some of the best men in the country every effort being made Jo keep out objec tionable material thus making the life much more pleasant Under present conditions a young man has the opportunity to see many foreign countries and gather experience that can be found in no other way interested in the matter should addrc s the U S Recruiting Station 514 W Jefferson St Louisville Cut It Short Be brief says the Farm and Fire side Long visits long stories long essays long exhortations and long prayers seldom profit those who have to do with them Life is short Time is short Moments are precious Learn to condnese abridge and intensify We can bear things that are dull if they are only short We can endure many an ache and ill if it is over soon while even pleasure grows insipid and pain intolerable if they are only contracted beyond the limits of reason and convenience Learn to be short Lop off the bracnli es stick to the main facts in your case If you pray ask for what you believe you will receive and get thro if you speak tell your message and hold your vou write boil down two sentences into one and three words into two Hubby Had Answer r An exchange tells of a lady who cided to scare her husband who was e quite a hard drinker so he would To do this she procured the costume of a devil she had worn to a r masquerade The next time the j spouse came home feeling she quickly donned the costume he opened the door she stepped and sepulchral tones Come with am the devil The re suIt rather startled her as the response which greeted her was Zat so Shake ol boy Im your law I married your sister The Moderate Drunkard Many fall victims to drink habit not merely because they make light of its strength but because they make too much of their own powers Men are generally egotists in some particu lar They have seen others try to ex tricate themselves from these habits and fail but they are certain that their efforts would not be attended with any such humiliating results This man may be weak enough to a drunkard but the confident one is sure that HE is too strong and too manly to ever allow himself to be so enslaced The moderate drunkard is almost certain to have a profound contempt for the immoderate one A popular innkeeper ruined multitudes of young men not by urging them to drink but by telling them what tine strong fellows they strong to ever allow drink to get the better of them Ex I believe that acohol to a certain degree demoralizes those who make it those who sell it and those who drink it 1 believe from the time itissues from the coiled and poisonous worm of the distillery until it empties into the hell of crime death and dishonor it everybody that touches it I do not believe that anybody can contemplate the subject without prejudiced against the liquid crimeAll you have to do is to think of the deathsof the suicides of the insanity of the poverty of the ignorance of the distress of the little children tugging at the faded dresses of weeping and de sparing wives asking for bread of the millions who have struggled with imaginary serpents produced by this devilish thing And when you think of the jails of the almshouses of the of the scaffold upon either bank I do not wonder that every thoughtful man is prejudiced against the damned stuff called alcohol ROBERT G INGERSOLL Weeds and grass are poor indications of where it is best to cultivate it may be that the crop needs going over worse where the weeds are not grow ing at all Horses and cows are both highly and nervous and loud talk yelling or swearing at them gives them bad manners The low voiced soft spoken dairyman or horseman will always have the best success with his stock The theory that plowing was to keep vating is valuable because it stirs the soil and lets the roots have a chance to get plant food and lets in the principles of the air THE PHOTGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY t v tl liI l iII I Ilk I ill of the Anyone e deb reform erring meI become weretoo Alcohol demoralizes becoming prisons and organized invariably rapidlyvital- izing 1 K flit t- Ctltic us Lit lie enjoyable peace if map toward brother i A r l i ii urn and hn t l ami polished and put back or they may be removed entire bones are spliced pipes take place of diseased sections of velum antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like before inclination sets in which causes them to heal without matura tion and in onethird the time by the old treatment Chamber lains 1ain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and which such injuries entail Fur sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m We may be able to judge others when we see the Judge of all Thrown from a Horse Mr George K Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely bruised lie 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 Frisbies Drug Store 1m Many a veneered sermon has come off a solid silver lectern Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S II Newson Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed when doctors and all remedies failed At length 1 was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was now For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m It often takes a stony pillow to bring a Bethel vision Sued by Jail Doctor A doctor here has sued me for 12 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 rhoca 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 Frisbies Drug Store 1m Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Better than a Doctor Prescription Mr J W Turner ot Truhart Va 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 medi cine that would produce such gratify ing results in cases of stomach troub les billiousness or constipation his whole time would be uesd in preparing this one medicine For sale by Fris bies Drug Store 1m Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of June there was found at large on the streets of the city of Lancaster Ky two mares one a bay mare about 8 years old and 15 hands high the other a yellow mare white mane and tail left fore leg at the knee enlarged and about 3 years old said mares on said date taken up and impounded by me as marshal of the city of Lancaster and the owner of same can secure the said mares by paying the costs and charges and if the owner fails within five days from this date to claim said mares and pay the charges costs c said mares will be sold according to the such cases made and provided This June 1004 S D Rothwell of the City of Lancaster 5102t Deputy Clerk at Bryantsville R A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County Clerk for Garrard and is located at Bryautsville prepared to take acknowledgements u f Deeds Mortgages and all legal documents 423tf POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N B Anderson B A Beazley Milt Ward Wm T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Eobt Gulley Mrs J H West W R Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton Walden J C Hemphill Leslie Harber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wheeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell O T Layton DRPIERCES MEDICAL FOR THE I BLOODLIVERLUNGS t ctf 1 IIiI injuries required allays suffering insufferable inevitable J Notice running ordinance- in Marshal warning GOLDEN DISCOVERYI I tfy itpa 17iRSlcru titrrr every ands N Otis prosecute I n St Lawls XUi ii iif 8M r Juil j Uurhin Fair bi LmiK contemplating going will do well get our rates and jail I lie parts ing hero by special coaches noiiig d rect without change This party will be chaperoned by Mrs Dr W S Beazley and met by Mr Henley Bastin who has been located on Worlds for the past two months Thus enabling all going with ns to matte the trip and sec the Fair with the expense Quarters have been secured at lead ing Hotel main entrance of grounds that no time may be lost gulag or coming to or from the Fair All information and particulars of trip will be furnished any one calling at Telephone OHice or writing Miss Bettie Anderson Secretary or call phone 171 520tf Louisville Atlantic E E Co Schedule in Effect May zest 1904 Trains Leave ICicliiuoiid For Versailles M Louisville Lex lVy iinitou Cincinnati For Irvine llJKi A M For Irvine and Beattyvllie 200 1 M Train Salve lEIchmoud From Louisville Lexington and t 1UM A M Cincinnati p M From Irvine nnd ISeattyville 855 A M From Irvine 345 i Sunday Trains Leave Richmond For Versailles clsr r M For Irvine and Bcnttyvlllc 955 Arrive Kiclimond From Versailles j From Irvine mum Iteatty ville CJo r M II K SiniTlI G F IAgt Versailles Ky t fIlt Ct will Jlv II I till Lancaster A t t llhtt rii r the Fairgrounds least Lau rmlcebnrg r at B all tar ne r at t it Use lljll iliii 52352335522 For Congress We frcaulliorkuil to mil IlKiM of Ixuicolu county o CouRres In tlio district subject to the action of the Democratic party For Congress We nre authorized iron CJcorcc Congress subjuc For State Senator We are nntliorlzed to nnnniincis It TJ Hnt lie of Lincoln an nrniidlilitU for State subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are initliorixecl to nnnonncc K L Dri i sos as u cniHliilatt for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo erotic party Supt Public Schools Mrs JIapsie 1 Is a camlieate for of Iuhlic Schools in Unrrnni Co subject to the action of the democrat party tf For County Attorney We err authorized to announce J K Robin SOt as a candidate for nomination for Con ty Attorney subject to action of the De cratic party For Supt Public Schools We ire authorized to announce Mirth Dunn aa a candidate for nomination for Super intendent Common Schools for Garrard cone ty subject to the action of the Democratic par ty ICSLL THE COUCHArID CURE THE L U l GS p Itlr1J nr I It t II critic party Your 8U lloSIlARrR a cUIIllrlllte for l to IIIIOUUCU 0 Gilbert for llolI enudidtte fir to action of the llernoeratf party IWITH nr rwsn IS r OJi1 rJiS t r 0 GAbeft nil iIied If as Senator amiss 3r CONSUMPTION Price Free Trial H 50c it l00 and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB p LES or MONEY BACK I Surest i LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 1 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS floooe- v B F HUDSON Cashier 1 W O BIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcia Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Tno E Stormes W H Kinnaird x To Close Out Our Business Our large and attractive stock 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 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 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 lon jug 730 a four gallon jug 940 officeWe absolute purity full measure safe delivery and entire satisfaction in every way or Youn MONEY BACK Make remitance payable to and address HAQAN DISTILLING CO Lexington P S A nice etched glass and corkscrew free with der Oar Guarantee Goods that please or your money always Good Ask the Lexington City National Bank i I i o 2 o A C t S O O O O O O L1 Jt 11 I t or tr iIf Z OOOOOC OOOOOC I I I XtellI XVI OOOOOC 3 Llpl w wwe svvwew33W dWMwcrw vvc Op0000000000000GO00C 000000000000000- If93 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 O O OI OaO 0A0 O AOUA0 0 000OOm t Q r d Gt t C f ihursday June 16 1904 sell to the highest bidder the described property of Mrs Jusie lumber deceased same time will sell the farm consistof 170 acres in grass except SO acres and a meadow to he cm there are four springs on this farm which never fail has a pind which nevergoes dry has a good house barn andall necessary out buildings Tins farmis situated on new Lancaster and Dun ville road two miles from Lancaster J 1 HAMILTON 513tds The Guaranteed Catarrh Cure K K UcUnI crl Will Idturn Money If ilyuiiini No Sloniacli l oMii Homei 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 Hyoinei 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 of catarrhal troubles and other dis eases of the air passages is the fact that it cures by a new principle impregnating the air 5 ou breathe with healing and germkilling bal sams On this account it reaches the seat of the disease in a way to pills drugs or other stomach dosing Many of R E McRoberts who have suffered with catarrh since childhood have been by this scientific The 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 can be obtained for 50c making it a most economical remedy for the cure Do not suffer longer with ca tarrhal disorders but get a Hyo mei outfit from R E McRoberts under his guarantee to return the money if it fails You run no risk whatever If it cures the treat is not expensive while if it fails R E McRoberts will refund your money and it costs you nothing BLUE GRASS NURSERIESSPRING Trees by the Million I Fruit and Ornamental As j sparagus Shrubs Grape f vinesRhubarbSinall fruits for Orchard Lawn and Garden Straw L berry and General Cata logue on application i No agents Both phones 279 II Hilleiimcycr Sons f LEXINGTON KY h t rf I I householdill all saleSale f effects impossible customers curedcompletely remedy ofcatarrh I I i andeverything rt following y Falls f 4 l lent absolutely t tt The Ship of Health that brings you glad 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