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CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 17 1904 F TILEXBENXH YEUl xusasa 2 a 1 sFir Pure Water INSURES Goodtlealth To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests bugs and trasli 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 yourself Successors to JA Beazley Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Jaw once over Police Conrt room Prompt attention to business The Good Old Summer Tine 10 Our store is full of goods to make you comfortable and happy during the warm weath er We name only a few Ice Cream Frerzers 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 BL Jeim PaMLict Our CARPETS will be sold at COST for CASH until clos ed out I Ir 1I 1 I Ii rn I I 111 A1i I fYFW YF Et Hamilton nunla R t HERE jr7 i Eel i r p Hase1dell 1 Filter D p HASELDBN- J J 1 J f 3 4 4 0f Local Interest The Ladies Aid Society of Christian church will meet with Mrs Victor Lear All members are requested to be present A Good Appointment Gov Beckham has appointed R H Tomlinson Special Judge to hear some causes in the Laurel county cir cult court The ladles of the Christian Aid So ciety of Paint Lick will give an ice cream supper on Thursday night June 30th at Fidlers Hall Every body invited Admission 25 cents Crops Good We will have an abundance of corn wheat rye oats hemp and some fruit So the pessimist who always predicts that we will have short crops has lost out again Good Meeting Elder F M Tinder has returned from Middlcsboro where he had a splendid meeting resulting in several conversions and a revival in the church that will be productive of much good June Attractions This month certainly takes thecake for amusements and other public events A street Fair two democrat ic conventions a Circus and Athletic Tournament If the people cant find amusement enough in all these events they should emigrate Everyone should stop at McRoberts Drug Store and get reserved seats for the contests during the Tournament People in town should get seats at once for the contestants will take all that remain when they arrive Re served seats 50c general admission 35c children 25c Elocutionary Contest The programs for the Eleventh An nual Elocutionary Contest at Stanford are out It takes place tonightunder the management of Mr E II Beazley and promises to be more attractive than any previous contest The prizes amount to 200 and there are nine distinguished entries Sun Brothers circusand trained ani mal show drew a crowd to town Mon day and the performance gave general satisfaction There is no better at traction than a circus and many of our people never miss one The small boy was in his glory and he should be for it is a sin to keep him from a cir Good Accomodatlons T J Hatcher the popular confed erate veteran who carries mail to Danville has a good turnout and is prepared to convey passengers trunks or any kind of merchandise from Lan caster to Danville and back to this city He leaves here at 8 a m and leaves Danville at 1 p m He is always on time and gives good A Deserving Compliment Prof J E Mannix has a letter from Kentucky University stating that his school has been placed on the ac credited list of that college and that his graduates will be permitted to en ter their courses of study A free scholarship is of fered to the honor graduates each year Prof Mannix is thorough in his work and one of the best educa tors in the state More Glory For Lancaster The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church has taken the blue ribbon in the culinary department at the Worlds Fair Hughes di rector of the Kentucky Exhibits awarded them the contract to furnish dinner on Kentucky Day They went to work cooking old hams baking cakes and other things necessary to furnish an elegant dinner It was shipped to St Louis ana we undertake to say that the guests however distin guished never partook of a better meal Appropriate Services At the request of Sun Brothers Rev C M Chumbley assisted by Revs Pearce and Tinder held religious ser vices in one of the circus tents in Athletic Park on Sunday evening This custom of Sun Brothers shows their desire to keep in line with gospel influence and the highest civilization Their band assisted in the music and a large crowd was present Their peo pie are civil polite and courteous and they made friends here More services should be held outside the walls of a church Such practice is in keeping with the life of the Savior who went about doing good regardless of the locality Culture Prof Adams class in this very im portant work js progressing nicely and some of the students are com plaining of sore muscles This should be expected as the practice brings muscles into exercise which have not been used for years No wonder that there complaints of stiff limbs as the human system is only piece of delicate machinery and no machine can do good work unless all the parts are in use and properly adjusted be lug kept free from rust Let the good work go on I I base ball Tickets The Circus CUS M r without R E PhysIcal a returning service examination are Bryantsvlllo Bank A Record man was shown through this splendid institution by officers Pettus Smith and Dr Elliott It is a beautiful substantial building well furnished having a burglar proof safe and they are getting plenty of Life Insurance It is now conceded that life insurance is a necessity and the best means of creating and maintaining an estate The Aetna Life Company represented by M D Hughes offers rates as low as any company and its divivend paid up loan and cash values are such as to attract some of the best business men here and elsewhere Where the accumulations are applied to the payment of premiums 20 policies have matured some in 14 some in 15 years Our people rise in the morning and see the streets so well sprinkled that no dust appears during the day The water is thrown on by Supt Jas A Beazley early in the morning The fountains and sprays are seen about the lawns lower beds and gardens presenting a scene of comfort and hap hitherto unknown in our city The lake has a sufficient supply The amount already for water is over 1000 annually and the people are just beginning to contract For the benefit of those who thought the enterprise would fail it can be said that it will be self supporting in a year from this date The Cattle Outlook An exchange says this is quite a critical time in the cattle situation for conditions are such that they will surely show whether there are many cattle available or Recent devel opments would lead one to believe that the supply was small for prices failed as yet to cause a rush to market Even buyers are in their talk and expect to have to pay 86 50 before the middle of June Another week or two will surely the volume of the supply and the tempar of the feeders There is no doubt but what this advancewould have come sooner had there been less haste in getting cattle to market two or three months ago Thanks Not Expected The man who handles the local de partment ofa newspaper learns after due experience not to expect very many thanks column of pleasant things but he knows as surely as the seasons that a single line in which there is some unintentional mistake will cause some one to be heard Also that when he has made pleasant 919 times of some person place or thing but on the 1000th time fails to do so he must not expect to be foi given The omission may have been from accident inadvertence or even an entire lack of not That simple fact remains that he will be judged on that He may say good things about some man for weeks but let him make some mistake and the good things said are forgotten and that mans is denied him Good Advice Good advice is contained in the Cut down the weeds The annual nuisance of weeds too many weeds and weeds of dangerous qualities has come and any this season cannot be out of place declared a prominent djctor- I think that evil of allowing weeds to grow without molestation is one of the great Wrongs committed against the people Weeds growing on vacant lots and in backyards and alleys are a nuisance to the health of the community They frequently emit germs which cannot be of much value to the citys health Besides the weeds are unsightly Another hot weather danger is the unclean condition of the alleys in the city They often contain accumula tions of filth and decomposed garbage and other kinds of diseasebreeding materialThe sanitary officers now abroad in the land and should pay particular attention to The weeds Put Her Hat on the Coffin A story is told by the Chicago Inter Ocean of a woman in that town the wife of a young minister who had al ways had a liking for hats of the flow er bed variety althoughshe others for wasting money that should go to the heathen At present she owns a dream of a sky piece that is covered with The young wife wore this bat to a funeral recently at which her husband officiated Going into the room which contained the coffin she removed the hat and placed it on a stand Tnesad faced sleek haired underta ker came in a few minutes later to ar range the floral tokens on the coffin After putting the bouquets wreaths pillows broken wheels anchors and the usual run of flowers in place he picked up the violet covered hat and tenderly placed it on top of all the rest Several of the giggled and the ministers wife wanted to grab her hat and run She had to let it alone however until the close of the ceremony When she marched past the bier she lunged for and successfully made escape I I busI- ness accumulations payment Water subscribed not advancing lave bull- Ish demonstrate fora come mention knowledgeit matters business business admonition warning- at a r e condemned mourners I provides beautiful the violets the bat a The Ladies of the Methodist church will serve ices and cake in the school yard each day during the Tournament ment and asks a liberal patronage from the public as the money is to be used for church work Returned to Nature Much is said these days and often in a pretty way too about the need of la return to nature And of coarse most of us need a return Most of us can scarcely afford to do so we think but there would be happi ness where there is now comparative misery were we to do so The civic Improvement leaders of New York have planned a great movement in proposition to take 500 little street Arabs to the country to work The children will be taken from the smoke and dust the roar and the sin of the big city to farms There they will be given hoes to dig with They will be given the impression that hoeing and planting and gathering the fruit of their labor is play until they get accustomed to the life and learn toap the advantages of such a life But that will not be long The urch ins will soon wake up to the fact that there is a God and that there are things than there are in the big city They will see that they can live more to their profit in the country than in the city They will have clear er minds better food better health pure air sunshine and outdoor exer cise for only a short time until they will be convinced of the advantages of the farm So many young peopleand especially boys go to the city from farms They are often more valuable than city boys The clamor stirs thorn They have good health ambition and clear heads The city fellows want them And because they go the farms are neglected The average farmer boy if he thinks he is capable of anything in the world but farming will desert the farm And the farms are neglected To be sure there are many farmers but there are not enough farmers to cultivate the farms carefully and thoroughly The firms are not cultivated as in other agricultural lands Much is wasted Much land is idle Is there to be an exchange Is the city boy to take the place of the country boy left for the sake of the place the city boy migl have taken were he more able to the place If this comes to pass the city will gain and the country too will gain for the street urchin will be a man in the country Danger of Barbed Wire Barbed wire is all right for stock cattle and makes cheap fence but it is hard to construct such a fence to turn hogs and owing to its dangerous characteristics it is out of the for horses and even milk cows Any of the woven wire fences are very satisfactory even though they cost more than they should when ed with an equal weight of the wire entering into their makeup With the woven wire fence the post expense is not so great as that of the other kinds as they need not be so heavy and may not set a good distance apart Heavy end posts are an necessity and they should in the ground not less than three and a half to four feet deep If the line posts are twenty to twenty five feet apart it is a very good idea to have every fourth post of good size longer than the others to allow extra setting In setting end posts dig a big hole put the post in and begin to tramp and ram from the very bottom not filling in too fast so as to get the earth about the post packed from to top The dead man plan of bracing a post is perhaps better than any other The dead man is a short post of heavy stone buried about three feet deep four feet from the end posts and with a cable made of plain galvanized wire to the post top and around the dead man the post can for years firmly as when set Be sure to use galvanized wire as black wire will not last more than six or sey en years A thirty inch high woven wire fence two smooth No 10 and one barbed wire at the very top makes a good fence for any kind of stock and can be put up for less than 40 cents per rod exclusive of posts f ToddWallace The marriage of Dr Calvin GrIer Todd and Miss Jennie Gregg Wallace celebrated last Wednesday after noon at 4 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mrs 0 T Wal lace The ceremony took place in the parlor which was beautifully decora ted in white and pink roses The bride a brilliant brunette wore an elegant white crepe de chene Her hair was dressed in a charming fash ion with pearl ornaments She was preceded by Miss Barbara Thompson of Frankofrt and Miss Mattie who carried garland or flowers The bridesmaids costumes were of white organdy The little flower girls were Lydie and Annie Belle Burnside Messrs Ed Walker and Wm Wallace were atten dants Rev Charles Young officiated The bridal table was done in white and pink roses The place cards were clever sketches in by Miss Annie Wallace The bride is a very attractive woman and beloved by all who know her The groom is a physician otBelton S C The presents were and numerous Dr and Mrs Todd left Monday for Belton S C which will fu ture home About seventy five guests ero present It better following t fin question comparE bottom was Mrand a Elmore colordone costly beth pred ate absolute beset beheld Mc- Cormack popular NonTattling Society While the W C T U seeks to stop the use of liquor and other societies attempt to suppress other evil the merciless tongue of slander is doing more to injure character disrupt and create discord strife and misery than any other cause In view of this fact it is suggested that a non tattling society be organized if the members will not talk about each other Let a compact be formed by which a fine shall be paid every time an unkind word is spoken If such a rule were observed the treasury would soon have thousands in it Tattling results from envy and malace and the tattler is worse than his victim Let us consider our own faults and place the mantle of charity over the faults of others Former Lancaster Man Danville L S Mc Murtry a brother of Mr Leslie Mc Murtry of this city and a former Danville Physician has just been honored with the highest position in the Medical world of the United States having been elected President of the American Association at the meeting of the National Association at Atlantic City There is no association in theUnited States that stands higher than this one and the honor is one of a life time The CourierJournal in com menting on the election of Dr Mc Murtry says he is one of the best known physicians in the UnitedStates having acquired a reputation which has extended even into Europe He was born in Harrodsburg being a son of Lewis R and Amanda McMurtry He was graduated at Centre College taking the degree of A M He then went to New Orleans where he enter ed the medical department of Tulane University He was graduated from that school with high honors being at the head of his class He then to Kentucky to practice his profession and later moved to Dan ville where he lived for a number of years His wife died only a few years after her marriage leaving one child Dr McMurtry came to Louisville about ten years ago and began the practice of medicine paying especial attention to surgery He finally be came a specialist in this line and his practice now is largely the of operations He opened what is known as the McMurtry Sanitarium on Sixth street near Magnolia and patients from all over the country are brought there for The first office to which Dr McMurtry was elected by his fellow physicians was the presidency of the Kentucky State Medical Society He filled this office with credit to the ciety and himself HELM IN THE LEAD Richmond Register The Congres Ball was formally opened yes with a joint speaking of the candidates at the Court Houseand the people of Madison had a fair to compare the two one of whom will undoubtedly carry this county as it is conceded that the 3rd candidate Mr Moore is out of the here Uniformly it is admitted that Mr Helm not only had the best of the argument but carried with him the sentiment of the crowd as was openly evidenced by their wild cheers and unstinted applause Mr Helm scored on every point His un doubted claims on Madisons support could not be disputed and were not His eloquent plea for the advance ment of the young men of the day fell on eager ears his personal servi ces to the Democracy of the district were unchallenged and his manly bearing and statesmanlike appearance spoke volumes for his innate ability and worth which his record clearly provesOn the contrary Mr Gilbert poor claim to the Inaorsement of the district Recognizing how little he has done for his constituency and how little could be said along that line he devoted himself mainly to the of the impending Presidential campaign His remarks throughout were tinctured with blatant egotism and he conceitedly declared that his speeches had been read all over the civilized world He has made we believe about four in the six years of his service so he has evidently a year and a half of preparation to and then they have created no especial stir la his home section He plainly might have spent his time in endeavoring to land a few post offices and public buildings which he promised the district but FAILED CONSPICUOUSLY to secure He also had something to say about a bill he introduced to lower the price on farming implements but he FORGOT to say he did this on the last day of the session merely as a CAMPAIGN ARGUMENT which has already lost effectThe in a nutshell is Mr Gilbert has made a notoriously in efficient congressman He has drawn from the government a very figure for his services which have effected nothing for the good of his people DEAD legislators should be retired and LIVE ones put in theirplaces Mr Helm is an active young Mr Gilbert has been weighed in the balance and found wanting There should be no difficul ty In a choice between the two HELM IS THE MAN and we are the Democrats of Madison will float their precinct coBventiona June 25 society AdvocateDr avenue so running made- a Issues better Over 35000 high wide awake returned performing treatment rival opportunity devoted each this man certain say 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 Oats 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 e E I lOGAN DRY GOODS SLAUGHTER SALt zo COMPANY i T LOGAN Fsle a Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co MMUMHM MHMUMmMUU t HHMMMM 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 then ask another In other words We Have FirstClass Dry Goods Store and Sell at Lowest Prices Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED Get our prices on CHAMPION DRAW CUT MOWING MACHINES r tq J 11 I r s O OOO i2 i 2 i t i f 0 I I Q r II oV Ve1404 02 SAW4b I e o 0o and- o 0o o 9pF j- o e O OO OAOeO00000rnO00A0eo00lOSOOWOd OOO MAAW II I O Best Hay RakesMade And our pices will suit you HASELDEN ROBINSON jlli I CENTRAL LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Putt Office in Lauctuttr SccondCtati Nail Matter Lancaster Ky June 17 fgfty As announced in the last issue the editor went with the Kentucky Edi tors to the Worlds Fair at St Louis He told the public who would be in charge I am here but only being one in the singular not V being an editor I am not permitted A to use the conventional we but must be content with plain ego I v am confronted with another difficulty A This is a consistent independent pa per and I am a democrat I took it 0 into the democratic camp once and A received such a blessing that I to do so no more So I can only v write some local squibsread the proof and make my bow Some people do not appreciate this paper as they A should It is a strong advocate of T pubic improvements educational in terests and tile enforcement of the laws The clippings taken from it by j the press all over the country evinces the high esteem in which it is held and the benefit to our people by keeping our city before the public 0 elsewhere Furthermore the election of the 0 editor Mr Landram to the ofllce of 0 president of the Kentucky Press As sociation is no empty honor and should be appreciated by our people ft who share the distinction with him By this ollice he is put in close touch A with a body of noble men who wield A a mighty influence over the people in everything that pertains to the eleva V tion and the moral improvement A I therefore seize this opportu jp nity to suggest to the public to up hold protect and encourage him in A his work and to cherish and support the press as one of the chief factors and one of the strongest influences in bringing about our prosperity and our civilization The Democratic State Convention resulted in a victory for the adminis tration forces in the matter of elect ing State Committees and some other ollicers who draw no salaries It does not follow however that ollice and power is thereby perpetuated beyond the time when the people in their sovereign capacity see fit to make a change It was rather a fight for prestige than for position as positions 3 are held by those who took part in struggle It was dealing in futures and considering who might be the winners hereafter and in this no small degree selfishness is manifest ed The old and the new type of Hon Harvey Helm was in this county several days and he and his friends are hopeful that he will carry the county at the precinct meet ings on June 25 They claim that the maiority of the democrats are for him if they will come out and vote Their chief confidence lies in the fact that Mr Helm lives nearer us and that the county interests are more closely ed than the homes of the other It is believed that Garrard and Madison will both support Mr Helm for the same reason Of course the democrats should settle the and no iloaters should be to hold the balance of power in a family matter Save Your Stomach The condition of the stomach bears the same relation to ones health that the foundation does to the house Without a good foundation the cannot stand Without a good the health must fail Digestion will make and indigestion will break the walls of the stomach Perfect digestion will build and while poor digestion will healths foundation The reason for this is that the stomach must and prepare all food for into the blood and from the blood into the tissues If the stomach is not in perfect condition the nour ishment will be imperfectly prepared imperfectly digested and instead of the health giving and strength properties of the blood being to the tissues stagnation the blood becomes impoverished and poison is forced into the system The weakest organ of the body gets most of this poison because for want of strength It is less able to resist it and as a consequence disease begins to show itself first in one of the weak kidneys or heart and in the case of women it one of the organs peculiar to their sex Such symptoms as shortness of breath coated tongue pains in the stomach palpitation of the heart fullness after eating bowel complaint ulcers in the mouth sallow complexion constipation diarrhoea dysentery and sour belching are all symptoms of indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves every symptom of indigestion and restores the stomach and digestive organs to perfect health This famous remedy has effected a permanent cure in thou sand of of chronic dyspepsia as well as ulceration of the other serious stomach diseases Kodol Dyspepsia represents the with tonic and reconstructive proper always doing good it Good gentle family mare for saleApply at Record office I Cut Flowers Orders taken for Tournament r J 0 Thompson f nd er m f me r 1 r T I r orhr hio IJi JdJf llfr JCII 5 XV aM 2 ro numberand resolved Q Q 2 8 the- o 2 statesmanihip are quite different g g candidates matter permitted I houSe stomach I sustain tear- down receive entrance increasing contributed ensues I important maybe exIstperfectly I 22 23 o- man Iall cases stomach Cure Jand 2I 1 cd so inn MJ j Nellie Preston is at home again looking as sweet as ever Miss Mary Martin of Lexington is spending the summer with her cousin Mr and Mrs Thomas Tapp visited Uncle Reuben Stinnett at Bourne Saturday and Sunday Folger a few days aeo purchas of II Clay Fowler a farm of ICO acres for 2600 cash lIe putting it in grass and engag ing in the cattle business Sunday School at Scotts Fork is on the wane but we hope to soon see the house well filled at each service C M Moberly is at the helm and it goes with out saying that the boat glides smoothly over the waves J Harvey Raney who has been sick long is worse He is sorely afllicted with Rose cancer but has been of recovery until recently The end his physician says is fast but we hope the doctor is mistaken Mr R has always been a kind husband and father good neigh bor generous to a fault and last but not least a strong believer in the Lord Jesus Christ MARKSBDRZ J W Simpson sold six calves to Jeff Dunn of Bryantsville at 822 per head Mrs John Woods and Miss Mary Chesnut were in Danville shopping Friday Mr M F Rout returned this week from several weeks visit to Martins ville Ind Rev W M Stallings and wife are in Uampbellsburg this week attending the State Baptist Association Rev W M Stallings will deliver a sermon next Sunday mornin on and The Liquor Trallic Mf N II Bogle and wife and Miss Catharine Moore left Sunday for St Louis to visit friends and attend the Exposition Mrs Ben Hughes and little Dela Rice of Lancaster were guests last week of Mrs Margaret and other relatives The ladles of the Fork church will give a full course supper at the on the evening of June 30th from 4 til 11 Every one cordially invited to attend MANSE Mr Frank Higgins spent seyeral days in Richmond with relatives The small boys from here went in to see the Elephant Monday Misses Hallie and Fannie Royston spent Wednesday at Marksbury Several young folks from here a picnic at Dripping Springs last week Mr Jeptha Chenault and sisterEm iy of Richmond attended the Todd Wallace wedding Mrs J II White of Lincoln county viisted her parents and attended the ToddWallace wedding Mrs J V Arnold of and little daughter are spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs James Burn side Miss Barbara Thompson of Ver sailles who has been visiting Miss An nie Wallace left Monday for her home Bright and wife visited at Dr Ramseys this week Mrs Bright and two pretty children will remain several days longer Dr Calvin Todd and bride left Mon day for their home In the South Mrs Todd has many warm friends here who regret to give her up Mr Henry Friarson who has been attending school in West Va and Ei more Friarson a Central Uuiversity student are spending vacation with their parents Mr Harry Moffett and sister Miss Emma of Lebanon have returned home after a visit to Mrs Towles Wal ker Mrs Walker returned with them to be gone several days 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 may be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and causes them to heal without matura tion 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 the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm tn your home and it wilt save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suf fering which such injuries entail For sale by Frlsbies Drug Store im The wise man who has anything to say to a mule says it to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet Setter than a Doctor Prescription Mr J W Turner ot Trubart 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 nine that would produce such gratify inn results in cases of stomach trout les billiousness or constipation his whole time would be uesd in preparing this medicine For sale by JFrig Drug Store lm l t1Il hiS il liwpecr u ISW- WaLmclun patch 1Irs C M Moberly N contemplates hopeful approaching Temperance daughter Sutton parsonage attended Pi neville Mr Jas t lIke ries before sets in which required allays r t 14i1 Ink inflamation one bins yrw I out a free too Dr of E jfi h 2 5 Dihuovury forGMiisuinptiiin Coughs and Colds to be unrqualed A recent expression from T J McFarlanfi BtiHtonvilleVa serves as example writes I Had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time with being benetitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and few bottles me effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption and Grip Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist Trial bottles regular sizes 50c and lm Some men work overtime trying to dodge hard work Thrown from a Horac- 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 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 lm After some men get started they are lazy to stop That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used 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 McRoberts Druggist lm Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street jus above Presbyterian church Phone 111 have a nice line of Clothing all kinds Electric and Stetson Hats The Celebrated 5 shoes all Styles Qualities and prices Try one pair of our 500 Shoes they are strictly guar anteed It will pay you to investigate CHAMP CO Paint Lick Ky NWIJI hlljljP 1III 111111 llulili Ip dClilrlll llr KIII tNew II I wholly cured Equally Pneumonia 100 matchless Headaches A CHAMP CO I I I f e rtiiCrnc i tiir uaa c lint i N Con BEZL- UNDERTKEB n i f i r 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 Furniture Undertaking We take pleasure in showing you over our several De partments whether you buy or not McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY I 0 Jlrt jlT IoJo 01 t 0 yfj rWcWhorter Estridge II l rn I p 0 0 0 1m I I I I Irnl rrffC 10 iii If0 ill ritJ f0 ritJ fi1iliifFriffiTI r0m ritJ ri LoQ i s t- BI t p 0 E- nooooooWa ooYoooiooo otoo Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 01 1Stf florists Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet plants three first class Cellery plants Joseph Paul coner 420 tf IPlants Pot atite EI rUSE We repaint your house if not satisfactory I Mastic Paint GUARANTEE it We refund your money or McROBERTS DRUGGIST r Wr r l JnJE AuroloJIl I I How many people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the ten nearest correct answers to that question The Royal Tailors of Chicago are going to give away ten high grade automobiles including both and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of 100 each for The total number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was 21480141 to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 you say Let us take your order now for your new spring suit or overcoat you are entitled to one guess for every dollar you pay Royal tailoring is known the world over and is worn today by 250000 satisfied customers We would like to show you the complete of newest dress novelties something sure to please you in both pattern and price always the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed CALL AND SEE SSSSSSSSSSSS 3 C H E M J H I LL touringcars earlyestimates Royalline I i e f x I WHAT WHO 1 Now l 1J 7JZ fiJffl 0BJjl X rF J YJ l 1 WHEN Marvel I Millinery Store Leaders in Ladies HEADWEAR See Our Lovely Belts Miss Ada Dickerson M IIJII IIr 1 i run t TIKI IME K F Fostle I MOW H I I lIJffjJrJJlfJlJ D p t D a 0 00 0 oE oCoEoAo 0 0 oCoCo CeSto o PERSONALS Dr Chris Faris spent Sunday in Cin cinnati Suulley Hughes has been in Brod head on business Miss Altie Marksbury is attending the St Louis Fair Mrs Dee Gulley is visiting friends in Cincinnati this week Mrs William Price of Danville was a visitor here Monday Miss Minnie Johnson is visiting Mrs Eubanks of Hubble Mr and Mrs II L Jennings of Paint Lick were visitors here Sunday Miss Mayme Ballard of Bryantsville is the guest of Miss Ethel West Robert Elkin of Atlantais visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T S Elkin Miss Lillie V West has been Miss Bettie West Danvilleavenue Mr Ben Grimes of Lexington was the guest of Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Miss Edna Moore of Burgin has been visiting Misses Martha and Sal lie Tillett Mrs W R Marrs of Knoxville is vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs John AndersonMiss Kinnaird has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Sadie Cecil of Danville Ruby Soper of Lancaster has been visiting her aunt Mrs II M Spoona more of Hedgeville Mrs J S Robinson entertained at a very elegant dinnerSaturday in honor of Dr Todd and bride 1 I visiting I I i I Miss Ada Dickerson was called to her home in Nicholasville Monday her sister being very sick Rev Mrs Ellis and children have ar rived and will occupy the Fisher resi dence on Lexington avenue Miss Theo Hemphlll has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Winchester and Danville Misses Ethel Dunn and Irene Ro mans have been the guests of Mrs Gene Berkele of Bryantsville Miss Frances Fogg of Frankfort is expected this week for a visit to her friend Miss Mary Landram Burnside Miss Alberta Anderson entertained a few evening in hon or of Mr Herndon Youcg of Louis yule Mrs Annie Doty and bright little son James of Millersburg arrived Saturday for a visit to the family of Mr Alex Doty Mrs Ophelia Dunn and Miss Minnie Johnson attended the musical given by Miss Jennie Swopes pupils at BryantsvilleMrs son Thomas and little Robert West of Washing ton D C are guests of Mr John K West and family Miss Allle Brown who came from Louisville to see her mother has beep granted a vacation and will remain here for several days Mrs George Compton and son and Mrs A T Christopher of Independence Mo are spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs I Hamilton A very pretty picture of Miss Ber tha IIoretzky the popular and attract lye guest of Miss Mary Arnold ap peared In Saturdays Courier Journal Mrs R E McRoberts and daughter Miss Lettie have returded from St Louis where they took in the They were the first to go from they were delighted with the trip Mrs Alex Walker left Sunday for a visit to relatives and friends in L eca tur and Hartford City Ind She will go on from there to St Louis where she will attend the Exposition before returning home Lebanon cor Louisville Times Mrs Maude MolTctt Walker and son Stuart of Garrard county by the Rev Harry Miss Emma Moffett arrived Wednesday to visit Dr A S Moffett Miss Kcim who had charge of Miss Dickersons trimming room returned to her home in Cincinnati Saturday morning Miss Keim is not only an expert trimmer but an excellent lit tle lady and made many friends in our city Mrs Louis Landram was seriously ill Friday and Saturday suffering from an abscess on one of her teeth She was much better Sunday but una ble to make the trip to St Louis with the press people Her sister Miss Altie Marksbury accompanied the party friends Saturday this cityand accompanied Moffett and I j 111 or Exposition offs Minnie Jetml nee of Paint Lick Is visiting friends here Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick is visiting Miss Sallie Adams Miss Alleen Pearce of Danville is visiting her father H Pearce Miss Ann Hill is in Bryantsville vls iting her cousin Mrs Taylor Burdett Waller Hudsonleft Tuesday for St Louis to spend several weeks at the FairMr Ike Arnold wife and childrenof Washington county are visiting rela tives here Miss Minnie Eastham and Mr Geo McRoberts of Danville were visitors here Sunday Eider F M Tinder and daughter Delia left Tuesday for St Louis to the fair Rev Chas Reid wife and children of Middlesboro are visiting his mother Mrs Mary Reid Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has return ed from a visit to Miss Margaret Mil ler of Richmond Misses Mary and Elizabeth Grimes and Sara Cook of Stanford were in Cincinnati Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside visited their daughte Mrs George McRoberts in Covington Sunday Mrs Frank Bacon and children of Kansas City are visiting her parents Mr and wife Dr J A Amon wife and Miss Bessie Mae Lear left Wednesday for a two weeks stay at the Worlds Fair Little Miss Gladvs Frisbie has from Louisville to visit her grand parents Mr and Mrs John W MillerMrs Kennedy and daughter Miss Gessle of Lexington are expected Saturday to visit Mrs Banks Hudson Danville avenue Richmond Register Hon Louis Landram the distinguished editor of the Lancaster Record was here yes terday He will be unanimously elect ed President of the Kentucky Press Association next week at Louisville and will make the most beloved Presi dent of that organization as he is the pet of the profession tJMfortnnate Jnxtupo ltlon Whats the matter asked the advertising solicitor Matter demanded the of the great hair restorer if you had any sense youd know whats the matter In that display ad of mine yesterday I said that our hair medicine had been on the market for 20 years and on the same page your people published portraits of four baldheaded men Chicago KecordIIerald Delicate Annlj l Do you regard Bliggins as a man of his word Yes to a certain extent What do you mean by that Well you see IJliggins is one of those people who dont like work If lie says he is going to do something you arc justified in having your doubts but if he says lie isnt going to do something you can depend on him every Star A Senile of Value Mother to her sevenyearold son William who has been growing free of speech Billy dear I will give you ten cents a day for every day you dont say darn fool Harold little brother of five with superior air Humph If darn fool is worth ten cents I guess I know words that are worth a quarter Smart Set Poor Johnny wish my folks would agree upon one thing and not keep me all the time in a worry Tommy What have they been doing now Johnny Mother wont let me stand on my head and dad is all the time fussing because I wear my shoes out so fast TitBits Sure ThIng Wanted When it comes to marriage I wouldnt give a thought to how much the man I love is making remarked the dreamy eyed girl Neither would I answered the practical damsel What would interest me would be how much he had already made Theres no use taking chances TitBits Her Weeds ForchenIIunt is busy these days trying to think up a scheme to eradi cate certain weeds You dont mean hes gone in for gardeningOh hes trying to induce thE Widow Gotrox to marry him Phila Dr E attend JohnAnderson arrived timeWashington JohnnyI i manufacturer wonderful primarily ROMANS ELMORE Buggies Surries c 0o Phaetons Runabouts BUCKBOARDS and FRAZIER CARTS in all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We can fit you out with any kind of vehicle you want and our prices are low See our stock and you will be pleased We sell the Kauffman Columbus Moyer Brockway Waterton Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc See our HARNESS Remember we have and save money m Old Hickory Wagons Remember that we can sell you work madeaf you want it and we can show you the biggest of medium priced vehicles fin the city l m 1 I 1 best iii l the assortment r r h JJotleo to Taxpayers City taxes of 1904 are due and I must have the money Will timid me at Police court room 6 10tf S D Rutliwell Collector We have Japalac Varnish Stains Enamels Floor Paint House Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Colors in oil and best line of Brushes ever shown in Lancaster 4226t Frisbies Drug Store Fine Boarding at St Louis If you want the best accommoda tions at lowest prices when in St Louis stop at 5428 Maple Avenue Elegant rooms tine location 20 walk from Fair Grounds Mrs J C Bogle proprietor 610 tf House Cleaners Attention As the season for Spring at band you will need Amonia Car bolic Arid Sponges Chamois Bed Bug Killer Moth Balls Paints Var nishes and brushes We have all of these and at the lowest prices Tele phone us your order and we will promptly 422 6t Frisbies Drug Store 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 without change This party will be chaperoned by Mrs Dr W S Beazley anJ met by Mr Henley Bastin who has been located on Worlds Fair grounds for the past two months Thus enabling all going with us to make the trip and see the Fair with the least expense Quarters have been secured at lead ing Hotel main entrance of grounds that no time may be lost going or coming to or from the Fair All information and particulars of trip will be furnished any one calling at Telephone Office or writing Miss Bettie Anderson Secretary Lancas ter or call phone 171 520tf 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 precinct in Garrard County on Satur day June 25 1904 two oclock p ar 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 Shelby ville 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 1904M Hughes W G Gooch Chm Secty Garrard Co Com tf McCREARY Little Margaret Lou Curtis Is quite sickMiss Lill Warner is with friends In StanfordMiss Hunter visited Miss Dell Ray recently Miss Edna Scott of Bryantsville is visiting Mrs Will Grow Mrs Samuel Hoover of Nicholas ville is her parents Mr Robert Gulley had a fa steer killed by lightning last Monday Mrs Eliza Saddler will visit Mr and Mrs John Johnson in Louisville this weekMr and Mrs J T Harden and baby Albert Ray visited their father at Buckeye last week Misses Emma Layton Euella and Gertrude Jones visited friends at Buckeye last Sunday Mr Geo McLear wife and mother of Kirksville were visitors of Mr J Simpson and family last week now minutes voting place in each Convention 527 vlsitfng Cleanings deliver leaving direct elect- Ing Business and Bargains Ice Cream Freezers at Wards 2t Plants Plants Plants Geo Smith Get a set of China or Glass dishes at Wards 2t Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 3 4tf Wanted 90 hemo brakes tf West Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 3 4tf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson Oats Corn and Hay for sale Bank Hudson 63tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris Wardrobes folding beds etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 56tf For Sale some choice milk cows 2t Mrs Mary Walden Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Japalac varnish makes old furnl ure new At Thompsuns tf Refrigerators hammocks etc at Dunlaps 56tf FOR extra nice cattle T Yates Hudson Danville Ky 63 3t For Sale good McCormack binder In good condition Apply at this of fice or to W R Cook tf 5 13tf Mrs Susan Fisher Marksbury Son sell hemp seed millet seed oats and corn See them before buying The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the baby Smith Currey Agts We want your paint business if quality and prices count we will get it 4226t We have the very best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Marksbury Son I will pay 14c per doz for eggs and sell granulated sugar 20 lbs for 100 5 20tf R A Stone About 400 acres of good grass land at my farm near Bryantsville 527tf Mrs Hallie B Sweenev Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Ky cheapest Paint you can 7use on your roof We guarantee it to last 5 years Frisbies Drugstore I am inthe market for hemp and will pay highest marketprice Call at Minors mill or ware house R M West 3 4tf We have German Millet seed oats and corn choice nicely cleaned Cul tivated hemp seed on liberal terms tf II A B Marksbury Son WANTED Coal miners forty cents a car mine run Stearns Coal Compa ny Stearns Kv Call on W S Glore Danville Ky for particulars 633t Examinations for colored teachers Mrs L L Walker County Supt Plano TOP Sale A good Upright Piano almost new used but little Apply at this office 6 10tf Having bought property elsewhere my property in Lancaster is now for sale For price c address Mrs Moody Harden 1714 Greenup Street Covington Ky 6 3tf Hemp Seed FOP Sale I have about 180 bushels of the late importation cultivated hemp seed for sale cleaned office Mc Creary Ky J T Hicks If you ae going to paint your house roof barn or any thing else we can supply your wants for paint of every description at best prices 422 tf Frisbies Drug Store Lost between Lancaster and Buck eye childs light champaign jacket brass buttons Return to Record office or Brown DIckerson Buck eye 632C We have 45 acre tract land and two beautiful and convenieut houses and lots situated justroutside 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 1 R M 6 3tf SALEFortyfive Lexington Frisbies Drug For Rent For Sale Lanc ter Graphite Root PaintJs e best and 4 22 6t SaturdayJune For Sale washes Sore y Twine Twine Twine Let us Furnish It MOUNT KIN T1 J A CONN J B CONN We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros nun nrrnnu nr Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness K fnrnrnnnm tt111fU G B SwincLroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stonnes drug 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Medical Discovery Before I had taken half a bottle I was entirely well before this my oldest who is now nearly five years had a terrible had whole winter and all Physicians did him no good and nothing I could him After your Discovery had cured me so quickly I wrote my to bring him the country she hav him there to see the change would do him good were in st and forthwith a bottle of 1 r bought summer Savannah Ga at the time She him back after your great Golden Medical Discovery for a time he entirely recovered Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothingjust for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs noos Ptmmtmmt PH tm o6MHM from ootmtult9m1 intjwHtlms i and Dghim It asgood the I t WWnWrJUW- Drr Pif sf cyst w Land Stock Crops Mr Taylor Watkins of this county sold last week to Dole Klink of Buffalo New York 450 head of cattle that averaged 1142 pounds at 8460 per hundred The aggregate of the cattle was 514350 pounds and the amount received for same was 23 News A prominent eastern dealer in a re cent interview stated During the past four years the trade has felt the effect of the decrease of the supply of horses And now we have great diffi culty in obtaining enough to meet de mands A few years ago when bicy cles first became a rage horses could be had almost for the asking A good team could be purchased for 1100 to 8150 But then the farmers and from whom we get our supply saw there was no profit in horse rats ing and the result is that now there is a scarcity A good team costs now as much as 8500 It dont look like horses were to be displaced by electric or other power motors Recently in New York city a large number of motor wagons were laid aside as too uncertain or too ex pensive and orders given for horsesfor delivery wagons and transports One New York department house turned down all the electric steam and other motor wagons and gave an order at Chicago for 240 horses for their wagon service A good strong grade draft horse is most in demand for the service and the demand is growing Electric and other motors have their admirers among certain professional and amateur classes but for reliability and steady service the horse is here to stay and the demanc will grow Several bushels of seedless applet from Colorado are on exhibition at the Worlds Fair The improved seedles apple like the seedless orange is the result of the scientific work of horti culturists The apple tree is blossom less and the fruit is free from worms and hardy enough to endure tbesever est frost The blossomless feature of the new tree is one of its most strik lug peculiarities and will make it a favorite with fruit growers especially in cold climates Already seedless apple nurseries have been started in several states and seedless apple buds are in great demand On account of the scarcity of crates strawberry shipping flaw Louisville and New Albany which has beer 67010Elizabethtown stock- men i delivery S5 something enormous probably will collapse after this week The availa ble supply of crates is exhausted and the strawberry growers in New district alone will lose thousands of dollars because they can not procure crates The season is at its height and the crop is the most abundant ever known The shipments last Mon day amounted to thirtyone car loads aggregating 120000 gallons the ever sent from New Albany in one day There will be no more large shipments and hundreds of of gallons of tine strawberries will rot in the field REPORT OF THE CONDITION or Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business June 9 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 129927 64 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 4674 27 U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc furniture and fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents Due from State Banks and Bankers 1104 55 Due from approved reserve agents 58168 20 cash items 5 72 Notes of other NationalBanks 15 Oo Fractional paper currency nickles LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 920100 Legaltender notes 185100 11052 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL laB027 86 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In fund Undivided profits less expenses and 17NationalDue to other National Banks 972 82 Due to State Banks and Bankers 50 10 Individual deposits subject to check 77 TOTAL jv STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GABBABD sa I B F Ilmdson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state went true to best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of June loot S C Denny Notary Public COBBCCT Attest L Y LEAVEU DirectorsJ REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL K OF LANCASTER K AT Tie Close ofBrass JIM 9 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 142493 37 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 570 97 00Bondsfurniture and fixtures 11000 00 Due from dotreserveagents 226 99 other cash stems 3200 Notes of other National Banks 2705 00 119 02 LAWFUL MONEY RMEBVS In BAMK viz 00Legaltender 1682500 Redemption Fund with U 8 Treas urer Sjfof circulation 2500 00 Total 31380578 LIABILITIES stock paid in Surplus fund 00 profits less expenses and 2115348 Due to Other 6482 17 t Banks Bankers 829 05 Individual deposits subject to check 175211 08 Certified 13000 Total 1313805 78 STATEOF KENTUCKY COUNTY orGABBABD M Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is of my knowledge and belief Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14thday of June 1904 R KINK Public JNO E STOBMia Queen Crescent MAIN AT Dimucut SOUTH BOUN 1 Dally limited Ili5aia 755 p NORTH BOFN- DNnnber a Daily limited 435p Number 6 Daily Albany THE 1300 00 167ro5 80 Checks and and cents H 62 50000 W 10000 00 160 2 n s OFTNE National Banks Fractional h 50000 ao 10000 Nat a I S C DENNY 8 C expires DirectorA TimeCard a 1J2tIlmNamber Dally all stops 11 57 amNumber t excepe l80pmIt i largest thousands 86 I I Banking Due approvedreserve agents 60692 Checks as t taxes paid Notes Outstanding 50000 Due State and Commission January Number makes Number 4 Not Stop Number except 0 a- r e 908 m m a HOW TO BUILD FENCES End Pot Properly Braced Are Most Importaat 1m Their VBCfolneM I havo been building wire fences for more than 30 years and have learned many good points from experience I consider the end posts very important factors In building a fence These should be properly braced If this Is neglected the fence will surely suffer later I always put my wooden brace on the level with the top wire and fasten my brace wire over the top of the second post and the bottom of the first Or a better plan which I sometimes follow is to anchor the brace wire with a stone buried in the Polo nr securely BRACE FOR WIRE FENCE ground as shown in the accompany ing illustration at Fig 1 This serves a double purpose as It not only holds the post In a firm posi tion but If one of the posts rots out and has to be replaced It can be easily done by loosening the brace wire at the top of the post By bracing in this the wires cannot slack The brace wires should be twisted tightly using for this purpose a piece of Iron rather than wood Holes should be bored In the first post to draw against the face to keep It from twisting Do not drive the staples clear in and then you can tighten the wires whenever manner END POST BRACE necessary The distance between the poets and the number of wires to depends on the stock to be In closedThree or four sharp barbed wires driven tight will easily turn cattle Wires of this sort should not be placed near buildings where horses are liable to run into them For such purposes I prefer smooth or woven wire as it is much safer I have several miles of barbed wire fence and never had an accident to any of my stock except last summer and in that instance it was on account of the carelessness of the animals Lightning struck the tree and the bolt flew oft on the wire and killed two fine cows which happened to be near the place where It ran oft and grounded An anchor such as Is shown In the other cut at Fig 2 can be used to good advantage as It needs no wooden brace This of course can be used only in places where the brace wire would not be an obstruction I have a large number of end braces of this sort In use and find they are very sat isfactory H H Tomlin In Orange Judd Farmer DREAD POTATO BLIGHT SrlcvItaral Scientists Sold Uie Their Beet Endeavors to StatmB Oat This Disease The potato blight Is a point that our scientific investigators ought to work at until they can help the farmers to master the conditions The stations do not seem so far to have done more than explain the na ture of the pest Bordeaux mixture is recommended but it must be borne In mind that Bordeaux is not so much a remedy as a preventive So far as we can get at the subject now it seems probable that farmers will be doing the right thing by spraying their potatoes all summer beginning as soon as the first of July The loss this year is sim jujr enormous striking out the profits f many farms altogether My own plaa has been to dig up potatoes as soon as the blight shows on top I then give a thorough drying and In dry bins in a well ventilated Rot will not develop in the cellar It the rooms be thoroughly dry and clean I have a note from a potato grower who says I counted on my potato crop to settle my mortgage it Is very dispiriting to have It swept out In a day This subject of blight should be our chief subject to P Powell in N Y Tribune Farmer Rake Hors Life Happy True economy does not encourage stinginess It calls for pleasure for the whole family If calls for music and song It calls for pastimes and outings To keep the family together and con tented it is necessary that the home life should be happy attractive and in teresting Farmers Voice Application of As a rule manure stays just about where you put it If plowed under in lumps it has not the power to sink nor rise nor can it In any way intermix Itself Thorough harrowing before th manure under rewards in large crops N Ckaaee for I long to make the world better the poet Well his wife sadly responded Its too bad that theres such a preju dice against suicide Chicago Rec ordHerald f mmmmrr for Fact Are you fond of fiction he at the reception Well I have been married and Im rather tired of it said she look lug about her husband Totters experiment solveE I 111 turn- Ing said t fo t1JBH bused cell leis 4 for ltttMfii t e rear Living at HH Hi if tiia wjv jinro remote fnun olviiiz ii i u fani ly U ft Mi driven to Itiperaiinii it case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lu in supply of Buck leus Arnica Salve Hs tile best on earth 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m A cat will not look at a king if there is a mouse in sight Wont of All Experience 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 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 Lifer Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Some women sweeten their tea with gossip instead of sugar Sued y feu Doctor A doctor here has sued 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 rhoea Remepy be 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 1m After a man runs in debt he either walks out or stays in Am Alarm Clock for 25c If you want to get up early and feel good all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refreshing sleep with a gen tIe movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howel Hous ton Tex says Early Risers are the best pills made for constipation sick headache biliousness etc Sold by R E McRoberts 1m R E McRoberu asks the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have used It and who have been cured by it do not to recommend it to their friends Kodol digests what you eat cures in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength by en abling the stomach and digestive or gnus to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palatable R E McRoberts 1m For a llBBdred Years For a hundred years or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a superi or remedy but It remained for E C De Witt Co of Chicago to discover bow to combine the virtues of Witch Hazel with other antiseptics in the form of a salve Witch Ha zel Salve is the best salve in the world for sores cuts burns bruises and piles The high standing of this salve has given rise to counterfeits and the public is advised to look for the name DeWitt on the package and accept no other Sold by R E McRoberts A Strong Heart is assured by perfect digestion In digestion swells the stomach and puffs the heart This causes shortness of breath palpitation of the heart and general weakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion the stomach takes the strain off the heart and restores it to a full performance of its function enabling the stomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate and appropriate to the blood and tissues all of the food nutriment Tones the stomach and digestive ogans Sold by R E McBob erts 1m Red Scotch Dark Barre Montello Quincy and in fact every kind of native and foreign Granite and Marble can be purchased right here in Lancaster For Sample of LETTERING See The Gill Demy Sieeiej ail Perms Monuments in Lancaster Cemetery Dont let any one tell you that you have to leave home to get a good Job of Work Prices Right Gimrt Conlj Marble MEDICAL THE I Insufferable I t 1 me Drug- Store hesitate DeWitts lm it relieves DR GOLDEN DISCOVERY IIL uJNGS Dclrra to lire rrilUna 4 Iif ll r I U ors FOR uvER 1 nt rO Ir1 UrI 11 M rJC- t L FOXTHE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAYDeputy Clerk at Bryantsvlllo R A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County Clerk for Garrard and is located at Bryantsville prepared to take acknowledgements o f Deeds Mortgages and all legal documents POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing 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 BPrice George Leavell Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAndersonR A Beazley Milt Ward Wm T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill F J White J S Daniels Mrs Gill Heuiphill Waldei Leslie ITarber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell O T Layton prosecute FergusonHenry GulleyMrsJ P D AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT100 bsttleconttlrs 2M times the trial which 50 rasrAESD ONLY AT THE LAEOKATSSY OF E C COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky LffSPfrSli C EZrThe sIte cents DeWITT r sells for For Congress We are authorized to announce lIon D L MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress In the District to succeed lionG G Gilbert subject to the action of the party Your supiuri id earnestly lollcl ted tf Congress We are authorized to announce lioN HARVH HELM of I on coin 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 G Gilbert for renomlnutlon as candidate fur Congress alit jcct to action of the Democratic partyFor State Senator We are authorized to announce U L Hub ble of Lincoln as a candidate for State Sena tor subject to action of the Democratic purty For County Attorney We are authorized to announce R L DAVDI SON as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the notion of the Demo cratic partyFor Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Gulley is a candidate for of Public In Garnrrd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun ty Attorney subject to action of the Demo party For Supt Public Schools- We authorized to announce MIttie Duo as a candidate for nomination for Super intendent Common Schools for Garrard coun to the action of the Democratic par ty KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr New Geor e lIsp tysubject Discovery Democratic For are cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Come to us for uptodate styl ish Millinery We cannot to but the best Weave all new creations in Millinery and will please you too afford Price Free Trial 50c l00 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK I AAAA AA AAA A A AA AAAAA LEWIS Y LBAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pro ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooi B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr v 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 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY PresUeit JOHN E Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Too R Stormes W H Kinnaird RED WHISEY 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 press office guarantee absolute purity full measure safe delivery and entire satisfaction in every way or YoUR MONEY BACK Make remitance payable to and address HAQAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky P S A nice etched glass and corkscrew free with every or der Our Guarantee Goods that please or your money back is always Good Ask the Lexington City National Bank The LADIES OUR MILLINERY 1 i x493 2 4 C STORMES 2 o I sam I I I 2 I i XtellI I OOOOOOOOOC wO 31 C tK OO O000 0000000000000000 000000 0000000000 ADMIRE C C P Iey 1 f tSALLI E Louisville Atlantic E E Co Schedule in Effect May 21st 1904 TraliiK Leave ii Iinii n I For Versailles Lawrenceburj LonUvilleUx r A ington Cincinnati J15 l M For Irvine 1155 For Irvine and Beattyville 200 p M Train Arrive Richmond Frost Louisville Lexington and lliU A M Cincinnati j 810 p M Irvine and Beattyvllle 8A A M Irvine 315 p M Similar Yraliiw Leave Klcliiiiond For Versailles j M For Irvine and Heatty vllle u A5 A M Arrlveltlcluiioiid From 9 A M lliKp M From Irvine end BeiirrviII lea GU5 p M II 1C SJIITII G K IAgt Versailles Ky The Guaranteed Catarrh Cure It n JUcKobcrtH Will Return JHoii If llyuniui Full No Stomach 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 that it cures by a new principle impregnating the air breathe 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 suffered with 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 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 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 Fruit and Ornamental As sparagus Shrubs Grape vhiesRhubarbSinall fruits and for Orchard Lawn and Garden and General Cata logue on application No agents Both phones II F Hilloiimcycr Sons LEXINGTON KY Stueihyville A rom From ou ofcatarrh absolutely i everything Strawberry D ar u 1 A f r at e 1t t Do win j 1 M effects 1 f 7 treatment I I t I