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FlFTEESin YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 24 1904 TIrE CENTRAb RECORD yqY T I I w Xt7lB lt 13- Y Pure rn ill INSURES ioodIIeallhf3 f free from leaves Ibirds nests bugs and f3 IW trash f of all kinds use Ha ln t l Water Q I To keep your cistern 1EQ Oll E Fillet F i Our Large Stock WAll PAPER has arrived allnew patternsAlso new Furniture Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Et Large stock Call and see for yourself J Hamilton Dunla L Successors to JA Beazle Co I 0 HA8BLDENa 1 I I c new L DAVIDSONRa attorney 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 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 BLJenniBis PaintLicl will be sold at COST for CASH until cos ed out I At Law I k r E Our CARPETS tttttt ttt wv 4 i c weather 4 0f Local Interest The Loyal Legion will meet Sunday at 3 p in All of the children are urged to be present Only oue inmate in the poor house and no one in the county jail Does Local Option pay Taken up as estray a large boar can have same by paying all charges at Record oillcc nave you read the Daughters of Ujo by the quaint Japanese meter Onato Wanata or The Yoke or many other new books found in the W C T U Pub lie Library The W C T U held their annual meeting at the alms house last Sun day Mr Pearce the genial proprietor gavr them a coidial welcome Quite a crowd assembled After an inter esting sermon by C M Chumbley the crowd dispersed feeling that it was well to have been there Delightful Repast Had the members of the Ladies Aid Society of this city heard the many compliments passed upon the Worlds Fair lunch they served they would feel very proud of their work The ham biscuit and cakes disappeared like snow balls on a hot day and the clammor for more was loud v Token of Esteem A number of friends to Dr L S McMurtry on June the 15th sent to Club a large basket of lowers in compliment to his Presi dency of Medical Association of the United States of America a well mer itea honor for which his legion of friends were justly very proud Many have since sent their regrets for not being solicited to contribute but had we done so we would have to have clartered a whole section of box cars to have conveyed them We are just iu receipt of his note of thanks which we also appreciate A Friend Death of Miss Bryant Danville News Miss Lelia Bryant of this city died at the home of her neice Mrs F II Miller in Louisville at half past eight oclock Tuesday eve ning of a complication of diseases Miss Bryant went to Louisville in April for medical treatment but no benefit She has been for several years connected with the Deaf and Dumb Institution here where she made many friends who will be deeply J pained to hear of her death Miss Bryant was fiftyseven years of age She was the sister of Mrs AmosCamp this county and the half sister of Messrs Louis and Dudley Bryant and Mrs W S Glore also of this county The funeral services held at the home of Mrs Miller at two thirty this afternoon the interment in Cave Hill Cemetery Miss Bryant was born in Lancaster where she resided with her parents for some years Her father was a mer chant here and the family is largely connected in Garrard The deceased had a great many relatives and friends in this section who were deeply to learn of her death I KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Enjoyable Meeting in Louisville and Glorious Trip to Worlds Fair The Record Honored The Kentucky Press Association which is composed of the leading newspapers of the state met in Lou isville last week The Louisville which is decidedly the leading in the South was the place of meeting and the manager put forth every effort to make it pleasant for the scribes About 140 editors were present while possibly 75 ladies the wives relatives and sweethearts of the press boys graced the occasion with their presence Many matters of importance to the fraternity were discussed and much good In the election of officers The Record was honored by its editor made president for the ensuing year The association is accomplishing much good in that it has about out the wetweather or paper started to spite some one it has brought the editors in closer touch it has about stamped out the old time custom of abusing opponents has suppressed in a large degree the cus tim of printing all the gossip and slander which only causes mere and has brought the quill drivers to realize that they are not the door mat of the community but are deserving promoters of all that is good for the community and society The editors left Louisville Monday on a special train foi St Louis where they were received with open arms fed on the fat of tlit land and spent a most delightful week seeing thesights A midwinter will be held in Louisville in when important matters will be discussed The next pleasure trip will be taken next summer The tor of The Record aopreciates the honor bestowed upon him for many reasons principally because the Asso ciation is composed of the most hon orable the hardest working and the cleveresthearted of men in the state again because the members are all friends and greatest of all because an office in Kentucky Press Association is of the few which today money and a pull does not control I Owner I R v il ij I ij U U P udettnis U II ij I ij ij ij U U received II it Hotel hostelry accomplished being weeded trouble Independent meet- Ing January i Apply 1 j stepdaughter were grieved night ed body our one Y f of keys Return to Josephs store 624tf Aid Society meets at the church Saturday afternoon at three Ball and Sam McMillin the boss painters are giving the cupalo a much needed painting The dry goods war has brought out the female population the streets being filled with bargain hunters everyday The following Lancaster Graded School Bouds will be redeemed on 1538535565 Wm Herndon Pres J B Kiimaird Secy C 242t Methodist Church conductod by Pastor 1045 a m and 735 p m Epworth League 4 p m Mr Rice Benge formerly of this city was stricken by paralysis at his hotel in Danville Tuesday lie is some better but remains in a critical condition The ladies of Fairview church will give a Supper at Irishs Hall Paint Lick Thursday night the 30th 25 Children 10 cents Everybody invited The Rural Schools The wen and women who wish to teach in our district schools this fall will soon begin in earnest to canvass for positions says the Democrat While according to law no legal contracts can be made before July 1st most of these matters will be practically settled before that time For the first time in the history of our schools the term will be at least six months even in the smallest and in many it will probably be seven or eight months The teachers who will teach the longest term for the public money is not always the best one but the one who knows his value and who insists on getting what his services are worth A cheap like other cheap things generally does cheap work and that is usually unsatisfactory The public fund has been increased as well as the termlengthened and the public money this year will probably amount to as much per month for six months as the old fund paid per month for five mouths Good Manners With all the advantages for good manners the number of who seem totally devoid of good breeding or education along these lines is appalling Every day we meet with people who have cast aside good manners but last week at the luncheon served in Festival Hall St Louis we saw the climax capped one present had a ticket of ad sion and the manager Mrs Rhorer had made provision for many more but at the time announced there was a rush for the tables which ism and hoodlumism far surpassed barbecue Handsomely dressed ladies and gentlemen for seats and in a few moments the rush continued to the tables Mrs llhorer had prepared to serve from We saw people go into the serving rooms grab dishes and proceed to hit them from the side tables eating as they went Those in charge to pacify the mob mob is what it was but to no avail and provisions were scattered to the four winds One stylishly dressed gentleman said to us Oh when you are in Rome you must do as the some rot that sounded like that Well he may have been correct but our notion is that a gentleman will act a gentleman all circumstances and that a hog will be a hog no matter where placed This is not printed to knock on the luncheon for it was a most delightful affair but we give it thinking or that it may remind some one to freeze to his good manners no matter where placed A GREAT SUCCESS The St Louis Fair a Complete Success In Every Particular Old Ken tucky Holding Her Own It was the editors good fortune to pend a few days at the Worlds Fair last week and as the big show is the feature of the day we will give a few points for the benefit of those of our readers who to attend In the first place select a good route for nothing so upsets a as much as bad transportation The route to take is the L and N to Louisville leaving Lancaster at 10 40 a m There you take the Henderson Runts which puts you in St Louis next morning in time for breakfast This is decidedly the best route for Kentuckians as it af fords superb accommodations quick sod safe travel and saves much time The fare is very cheap aud you are allowed all the timetiecessary to see the Fair The train service Is espe cialiy designed and arranged for the Fair travel the road beds have been thoroughly fitted and the traveler who goes over these lines will not on ly do so in comfort but have every convenience aud attention known to modern railroading There are hotels enough to accom modate the great throngs but of are better than others The secretary of the Press lion put in three days nuking over this point and selected the American Hotel it being located at the Wabash entrance at end of the most vent streetcar line of Of ourse there are delays and Inconyenl f g s n ia ni LosTBunch Baptist oclockCharley courthouse J u 1st serVI- ces Admission cents districts teacher learning people Every apolitical scrambled attempted Romansor under hop- Ing visit ly Memorial Ilarrodsbur for rugia course some Asset pro the city f go at all In Y of is of ences at these hotels nothing else could be expected while great crowds but the American has reasonable rates the accommodations are what any reasonable man would expect and our ad vice is to stop there The Fair is the biggest thing on wheels and if you want to see it all prepared to stay six months The buildings are beautiful the exhibits superb and on the whole the show far surpasses any previous exposition As to Old Kentucky the term Shes All Right so frequently heard during our visit fully expresses the case The building is among tne handsomest on the grounds and while not so elaborately furnished yet the place has an inviting homelike which brings forth comment from the throngs of people who visit it People from parts of the country come there ana we frequently heard the of thankfulness that a place had been found where one could sit down feel at Home and rest It has a beautiful location is situated near the principal points of interest and those charge keep every thing as neat new pin The people of Kentucky owe a great debt of gratitude to Mr A Ford president of the exhibit who given up many valuable days to work on the Kentucky building and display It has been truthfully that to him is due the success Kentuckys place at the Fair which bringing the state more advertising and more favorable comment than else could have done It is a labor of love with him and the press Kentucky should be particular to let the people of the state know to whom this honor is due and the debt of gratitude due to Mr Ford Our own Bob Hughes the worked like a Trojan and his faithful efforts have proven the fact that he is the man for the place Notwithstand mg the fact that he is as busy as a bee lie always takes time for a friendly greeting to the Kentuckians and is never so happy as when doing some thing for their benefit or answering the ten thousand questions fired at him The Kentucky exhibit is equal to the best andis head and shoulders above the average The hemp attracts more attention than the other but the corn minerals whisky and other exhibits are always by an interested crowd and as stated above the show will do more to advertise Kentucky and induce capital to come within our borders than anything else and the money ponded will returns Kentucky day brought the largest crowd to date except Missouri of course and the St Louis people are singing our praises The reception brought together a most congenial crowd and the festive mint julep the delicious punch the sweet music and the superb lunch made up an evening that will linger in sweetest of those present Kentuckians were there in full force while St Louis and business men were present in large numbers When the band played Jly Old Kentucky Home the crowd joined in the chorus while the strains of Dixie brought foth cheers which shook the rafters of the building The walks are fine all being made of brick or asphalt The Jefferson Guards are stationed at all exhibits and cheerfully furnish any The Pike has many good shows some of them being exceedingly inter esting The usual disposition to gouge the people was not in evl dence the hotel and other rates be ing remarkably low Of course spend a fortune if he chooses with reasonable economy the Fair can be seen much cheaperthan any in recent years The St Louis and Fair officials are putting forth every effort to protect the and if you are they will cheerfully take steps to protect you Gov Beckham and staff were given a rousing reception The governor and his handsome and lovely wife had the post of honor in the receiving line at the reception and many were passed upon them Gov Beckham is as bigheartea man as one meets and has many noble traits of character which have won for him the confidence and esteem of our pea pie He has had many knotty to unravel since taking the reins of government but we are satisfied that every decision has been made from an honest heart It is possible that he has made mistakes but if he were free from this fault be would be ready for a pair of wings as people who make no mss stets belong in A house not made with hands eternal in the heavens St Louts is growing with rapidity and has the brightest future of most any city In the Nation Her principal industries are of shoes and farming machinery while every other branch of is in a most flourishing The attendance at the Fair is not up to expectation as there is a general desire upon the part of the public to go the latter part of August or in September This will be a mis take as the show is now full blast and crowds being smaller afford much more comfort to visitors The whole affair is one of instruction and one who can should go as it be many years before a similar expoei lion will be in this section of the country s handling such favorable expression as- a has remarked anything secretary has every day displays surrounded bring memory society Information can businessmen public held up compliments problems remarkable manufacture manufacture condition in e 7c7 7 good o b the bald nut will BRYANTVSILLE Mr Hogan Ballard is at home from State College Mr R H Pettus lost a very valuable horse Saturday Mrs Joseph Adams of Donerail is visiting Mrs James Leaven Mr and Mrs Sam Saddler of hexing ton are visiting relatives here Miss Mamie Ballard has been visit ing Miss Ethel West of Lancaster Master Ben Ballard of Lancaster spent last waek with Bryan Ballard Mr Milton Elliott of Lexington is visiting his brother Dr Mack Elliott Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha Dunn Miss Eliza Ison visited Mrs Ellen Poor of Lancaster a few days last week Mrs E Elliott of Somersethas been spending several weeks with her daughter Mrs Will Miss Mattie Boner of Camp Nelson and Josephine Moss of Jessamine spent last week with Mrs C C Becker Mrs Mae Steadman and chlldrer Jacob and Ophelia are at home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Mr and Mrs John Dinwiddie of Hustonville and Mrs Ellen Pruitt of Moreland visited Mr and Mrs W J Hogan last week Quite a number attended the picnic given Saturday afternoon at Camp Nelson in honor of Miss Mildred Clark of London who is the guest of Miss Bessie Bolton Mrs B P Swope entertained a num her of her friefids at dinner Friday Among the guests were Misses Carrie and Addie Arnold and their guest Miss Mae Bodine of Springfield Misses Emma Munday and Lula Combs of Jessamine have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Glass Mr and Mrs Glass entertained the set very pleasantly in their honor Thursday evening About twenty were present and all had a delightful time Mr Will Smith assistant cashier of the been spend ing a few days in Burgin Mr J M Smith cashier reports the bank doing a splendid business much than expected at the opening The bank is surely an addition to our little city as well as the surrounding Our people at last see the necessity of having a good school and there has oeen a great deal of talk among our most prominent and influential citi zens lately of having graded schoo The vote will be taken in a short time to that effect Several of the districts will be combined and with Bryants vlile at the centre a splendid erected and a faculty of well equipped teachers this will be with out a doubt one of the most and most needed of any We certainly hope that the vote will be carried and unless there is a great deal of opposition think it surely will MARKS1HIKY Mrs Harry Aldridge entertained a few friends at a dinner Tuesday Misses Minnie and Bettie were in Danville shopping Mr James T Cecil of Danville been spending a few days with The Ladles Aid Society was enter rained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs W Miss Kate Raines of Danvillespent part of last week with her cousinMiss Miss Fannie Floyd of Danville has been spending the week with Mr Jno Royston and family Levi Norris has returned to her home at Bryantsvllle after spending the week with Rev W M family Mr and Mrs Parks passed here Friday to join a party of friends at Kirksville and attend the St Exposition Please remember the Ladies of the Fork church are surely going to have a supper at the parsonage on June 30 Ham salads pickles bread coffee tea cakes ices and raspberries will be served for 35 cents All cordially attend Additional Personals Mrs Miller of Parker City Okla the guest of Mrs Alex Beazley Miss Annie Bronougb of Crab chard is the guest of Miss Beazley Mrs C F Denman of Nicholasville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Editor Frank Blakely of the Wil liamsburg Times was here this tiking part in the Tournament The following young ladles are tending a house party at Miss Lily V Wests Misses Blance Hamilton Wilds Nannie and Charlotte Knoble of Nicholasville Bessie Tan tie and Kitty Goooh of Stanford Mrs Brooks and daughter Miss Hol lie and Mr Wm Brooks of Crab Or chard are guests of Mr Beazley and family The has brought many visitors to town and all seem to be j enjoying themselvel Pettus Frankfort younger Bryantsvllle bankhas I better country a Ibuild- Ing important Improvement tl relatives here M Stallings Mary Chesnut Mrs Stallings and E F Lou- Is invited to Sunbeam I I Roys Urn 0 L1zz Alert Tournament Help enter herd szFZ a las tonES leis eat ta AUCTION Our entire Stock of Merchandise will be thrown on the market at Auc tion This will be your opportunity to buy good reliable Merchandise at your own price Goods will be sold at private sale as well as at Auction We will be able to accommodate our lady friends or customers with comfortable seats This sale will be conducted by Mr J M Logan and you can rely on get ting fair treatment and good depend able Merchandise justas represented The Auction Sale will be conducted morning and afternoon until further notice NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR Unlimited Choice of the House at Manufacturers Cost If are in need of Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc you should call at once before your size is gone Bring the CASH with you as we will not under any circum stances let any goods go out of house unless they ARE PAID FOR LOGAN III BIE lOGAN DHY GOODS OO FANY I S N SAT ION A l- SlAUGHTH you T l SALE a The Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co 4HHHtMniimimiiimimiiMiiimm WE ARE Not as Yet but you cant lose anything by a Before You Buy Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED Get our prices on CHAMPION DRAW CUT MOWING MACHINES t p riCebit J l J 1 j I AT COST I A LITTLE BIT It I 1 It I I I I I I I I f I I I cv vOo o oaocoa oz Y G ail 0 e y 0 8 o e0- ELLIN OUT e eQ a Look Aroulld 00000000000n WWM MNUiM- I OmO C j Best Hay RakesMade And our pices will suit you I HASELDEN it ROBINSON f iI 1 tf 1 1 N1VIV 4 f T CENTRAL BEGDRDrj LOUIS LANDRAM SceondClaii Vail Matter Lancaster Ky June 24 1904 Rev Newell Dwight Hillis ot Ply mouth church Brooklyn has joined the ranks of the sensible clergy who protest against sensational and III founded charges the effect that the world is growing worse Dr Hillis uses a bit of cheery satire in the vaunted old tmesand points out that in this country less than 100 years ago there were more gamblers and drunkards to the thous and of population than there are The preacher is also right in as suming that vulgar ostentation will dieof nausea With truth Dr Hillis could have pressed the sub ject even further and proved that so called witches are no longer done to J death In the name of religion and the law He could have proved that sin has not grown in proportion to popu lotion and that today there are few dark places in the world Religion law and education have spread broad cast and wherever they have planted themselves there has been marked improvement in the daily Certainly the world is growing better To assert otherwise is to ad nit that Christs mission on earth and all that naturally followed it in the great plan was a sad failure A New York court has decided that a street car conductor has no right to kick a passenger in the stomach There always was a proper place for delivering a kick and it is pleasant to note that at least one departure from a timehonored custom has been ju dicially frowned upon An eastern pastor tells his congre gation that he is willing that men should go fishing on Sunday afternoon provided they attend morning serve ces lIe evidently forgets that fish I bite better in the morning rr A Chicago man offers 100000 for the right sort of a wife Any wo man willing to sell herself for 8100000 is about the right sort of a wife for the sort of a man who is willing to buy a wife for 100000 Attendance at the St Louis Expo sition Is steadily increasing It only needs a few more sermons by nent preachers advertising the wick edness of the Pike to bring record breaking crowds The navy department announces that it can m t make its fuel oil report I for lack of 3500 A benefaction from John D Rockefeller here would be graceful appropriate and perhaps re troactive Russia appears to have decided to send her Baltic ileet around the Horn If you watch closely you may observe out at the little end there of It is announced that disease germs have been found m soap Oh well never did think much of soap as a steady diet any how However A New York song writer was arrest ed for stealing a hatchet Let him go perhaps he merely wanted to take it home to try it on the piano The cause of the high price of meat is no mystery in Philadelphia That city now lays it to the expensiveness of chemical preservatives A Jersey City man pulled wires from trolley poles and was sent to jail Wire pullers are generally more successful in getting away with it A Kentucky man is reported to have died of rattlesnake bite If the is true it proves that you simply cant cure it What makes the seasons jump around so this year asks the nati Post Because its leap year get better Those brushes occurring in Rus sia are of course military brushes hair raising affairs too Missouri blacksmiths have struck Presumably they did it while the iron was hot 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 Lav in a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the Credit is all well enough until the bill collector begins to come around 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 insuf ferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed in evltable when doctors andall remedies failed At length Iwasinduced to try Electric Bitters the result was I improved at once and completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by E BMcBobQits Druggist lm c 1 IIJ cJ Ijo rjettIc at tcPrUfficc Lallcatcr Xy to ood JI I I itcoming boll It story DrugStore nowlm p Eiderea Ut as describing today created walks omen prom Cin 4 and miraculous I 1 i sin l days A The few to Of to of RiiUortinci Iliiin IVrrilit 11 tl mIght inftiiii r ytir cxfelliitt paper to tjtprehs our Uianks to the friends who have warmly received j us and made us at home Uo are j grateful to the churches of the town the Christian courtesy shown and especially to the pastors who have manifested that brotherly love that should characterize all Christians We are glad associated with such good men and the Lords work Then are the noble women of the baptist church who took charge of the pastorium on the evening my family came and loaded our dining table with good things This invasion was repeated on last Saturday when many packages came each containing substantial wellbound up in good wishes Such thoughtfulness and hospitality well sustains Ken tuckys fair name I would do violence to my own did I not publicly acknowledge with grateful heart the favor shown me in securing for me such a pleasant and comfortable home May the Lord bless you all and make us a blessing the one to the other Gratefully C S Ellis and family STONE Mrs John Anderson is much improv ed in health Woodford Raney of Owen at the bedside of his father whose life is fast ebbing C M Moberlev was overcome by the excessive heat last week from the ef fects of which he was in doors several party of young people from near Lancaster came down last week and picniced at Sugar Creek Landing were Misses Mary and Sarah Ledford Mamie Hensley Lucretia Spurlock and Beulah Raney Mike Simpson Bill Whitaker and Frank Dennis were in Lexington on business last week They will a steam engine then they to saw your wood thresh your grain milk your cows c D W Clint Armstrong of Paint Lick formerly of Bryantsville is stopping a days with C M Moberly He is a prospective candidate for the subject to the action of the primary election for the high ollice of County Judge of Garrard countyJoshua Barker of near this place Arill soon have his scroll saw mill by weight He has extracted a portion of the internal part of old grandpas clock and will attach them his mill then he will make an ex cavation in terra tirma to the depth about 700 feet so that there may be clear sailing for both weight and cord J T Stone is building a boat to be used for excursion parties only It will be a thing of beauty when com pleted The national colors are to represented the hull however is be white He hopes to launch it be ready for business next Saturday Capacity 50 to CO passengers It is to be propelled by gas Uncle Charlie Mitchell and Bill Teater have agreed furnish the gas and they never fail to do what they say Miss Benda Pettus has bean real sick for a few days A J Thompson has completed a barn on his farm Rev R F Jordon and wife went to Cartersville Saturday Bro Jordon will hold a revival meet Hebron this week JC King and family of Norman Okla are visiting friends here J C Fox was here last week buying fat stock to ship to Cincinnati J M Cress sold 50 hogs to Mr Curtis Garrard at 4cfs per pound Miss Cleopatia McDonald of Bar boursville is visiting friends and rela here Elias Griffin and wife have gone to tne Kentucky river to a few days fishing- J L Anderson sold 50 bbls of corn to Sanders Walker of Lancaster at 300 per bbl Mrs MaryElmore and family of Jel lico Tenn are visiting relatives here for a few days Mr Horace Miller i s visiting his daughter Mrs B C Anderson at Brod head this week Mr Frank Gross has returned from Missouri and reports his mother in a very critical condition Mr Leslie Harber and Misses Carrie Fannie and Ella Thompson attended the contest at Stanford last week Earnest and Clarence Ledford were arrested and taken to jail Saturday for cutting up along the public high way MANSE The Strawberry Walnutta church was very and en joyed by all present Mrs David Friarson left Thursday for West Va where she will atives several weeks Will Crow Duty of Moundsville West Va Is expeoted week to spend vacation with his parents Prayer meeting is conducted here Wednesday afternoon at tour oclock by Rev Friarson These fine sermons and should be heard by every member of the congregation The Ladies Aid Society of Falrview church will vive an ice cream supper at the Lick Hall Thursday night 30th Every ally invited to be present and we WIll see that you enjoy yourself and get your moneys worth A C1 d1I I feel far tobe there something feel- Ings county- is purchase propose nomination democratic running 4 I I splendid ingat 4 flues 1 spend u Supperat visIt rei homethis every are l sit a PREACHERS VILLE successful Paint June one is cordi f l bcd et says the cine Ics this bies M from lIe he for a of less firoiuiicii imrt Mr J W Turtle or Truhfirt Va that Chamberlains Stomach ud Liver TibKls have duce hint mji good than anything he could from doctor physician in this country was able to compound a mod that would produce such results in cases of stomach trout billiousness or constipation his whole time would be uesd in preparing one medicine For sale by Fris Drug Store lm Todays worry is the result of neglect Thrown front a Horac George K Babcock was thrown his wagon and severely bruised applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and says it is the best liniment ever used Mr Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain Conn There is nothing equal to Pain Balm sprains and bruises It will effect cure in onethird the time required by any other treatment For sale by I Frisbees Drug Store lm Reference books contain everything except the one thing you want to know That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands sufferers have proved their match merit for Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents or money back if not cured Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist lm Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street jusi 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 fUIJIrrlulu rhp Ur Iht t 1IbfrllIlltU If any gratify- Ing yesterdays I Headaches I J A BEAZLEY UNDEiRTAKEi o n wr HAMPJc J I n Vu iinbutw tlclurn get r I j t I CLOSING OUT Spring and Summer dress goods of all kinds and Slippers do not mean to carry any thing over Our shelves must be emp tied for FALL and WINTER stock And we make our prices so attractive that you are sure to buy upon inspecting our goods Nothing old Everything the best and in up to the minute style Give us a call See our mattings nice enough for the Parlor and cheep enough for the kitchen Bt t t Ct X EstrteflU Iff liUl ill W PAINT LICK KY I I I l t iYIrjjr n dY0t1t or lOXlv V v J I stridge I ffi f c B li1 IW rf j 0 0 0II 10 I I 8 rn 0 0o 8 I I iJiiJJiII JI HJiIJiffiJFr j veQOO L fOE 1cVihorter o j 1 oWe o o o o 03 o- ooo ooo o o oI Ed C Gaipes is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville llor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 01 1Stf Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet plants three lirst class Cellery plants Joseph Faul coner 429 tf Plants otatoc j E JI We i repaint house if not McROBERTS jDRUGGIST 1L 1zUSE- r GUARANTEE it We refund your money or your satisfactory VMV 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 touring cars and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of i oo each for early estimates The total number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was 21480141 to 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 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 Royal line of newest dress to please you in both pattern and price always the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed J O HEM 3PH IL X v youare la noveltiessomethingsure r CALLA DSEE a j i J RKLa c r I Suits Dress Goods Shoes and liens Furnishings Of the R H BATSON Propr LANCASTER KY SALE NOW ON IN FULL SWING By L C WHITNEY CO Sale Conductors AND LASTS 10 DAYS ONLY This will be a gigantic pricecutting event Your search for bargains ends here The largest and best assortment in Lancaster This entire stock will be literally swept out The wellknown experts in converting into cash Messrs BIG VALUES AND LITTLE PRICES will reign Come and see them sweep Prices Smashed to Flinders The Greatest Sale Ever Conducted in Lancaster and Vicinity Honest Legitimate Sale conducted on Business Principles If you doubt the sincerity of this statement call and convince yourself 4 EN TIR E GOODS CARPETS Storex cAnJ STOCK DRY TIIjdt Elepl antr I merebar die rWJXfJ0W l CHALLENGE I I to ALL COMERS by i I Tie Ball I n Captain and Catcher Plano Binder ooooo oooo o rQ o ooh sBase Nine y I vf Pitchers Leaders in Ladies HEADWEAR See Our Lovely Belts Miss Ada Dickerson i f Chattanooga Disc Plow BuffaloPitts Disc Hasrow 1st Base 2nd Base 3rd Base Centre Field Chattanooga S B Tiger Corn BrownManly Cultivator fed Piano Mower fe Left Field Richmond Champion Subs Tiger Cultivator Champion Corn Drill y Mgrs Ox Fertilizer Buena Vista Saddle M Fair Field Fair Deal Let those entering for best 10 acres of Wheat Fertilized care fully measure off to acres No allowance for cornshock spots I PlowS Jcight Field Tiger Hay Rake DrillS Short Stop Plttsburg Perfect 10 I lffffJJjliJJjffiflJlf JlfjliJJf j L o 8 Qti Marvel Millinery Store PERSONALS Mrs E C Gaines has returned from St Louis Mis5 Beulah Grimes is in Lexington visiting relatives Col W S Ferguson of Covington is here for a few days Judge R A Burnside has been at home for a few days Mr 0 II Irvine of Louisville is the guest of Mr E W Harris Mr Donald Dick of Crab Orchard was a visitor here Sunday Tohn Gus and Charlie Dunn are in Bryantsville visiting relatives Misses Hill and Rogers and Mr Al len Wallace were visitors here Sunday Miss Pearl Bettis of Lexington is visiting her mother Mrs Ellie Bettis Miss Jennie Lackey who has been quite sick is reported very much bet ter Miss Noreen Henry has returned from a visit to her mother in Lexing tonMr J Randolph Harris wife and little daughter of Lincoln have been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Miss Ada Dickerson has returned from a visit to her sister in Nicholas yule Mrs Taylor of Harrodsburg is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Joe ArnoldMiss Georgia Barnes Doty of is visiting her aunt Miss Lena BrightMiss Norma Elmore is visiting in Lexington Harrodsburg and RichmondCapt J Kinnaird and wife are visiting his parents Squire and Mrs W H Kinnaird Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson left Mon day for St Louis spend several weeks at the fair Miss Francis Fogg of Frankfort is the guest of Miss Mary Landram BurnsideMr Foster of New York ac companied Mr Harry Anderson home for a visit Marrs Sparks of Niche lasrille is visiting Miss Margurite Kinnaird Miss Margaret Wallace and Mr U M Burgis of Berea were the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Soper Miss Gene Dick of Crab Orchard is visiting Miss Allie Arnold and at tending the Tournament Miss Suana Lear who has been visi ting her aunt Mrs Dudderar in Stan ford has returned home Miss Pauline Hocker and sister of Stanford are visiting their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Lexington avenue Miss Margaret Mount of Covington arrived Monday fora visit to her par ents Mr and Mrs Mount Danville avenueMrs Robinson and children who have been visiting her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker has returned to her home in Lincoln Middlessoro Record Mr and Mrs W J Kinnaird returned Wednesday evening from San Antonio Texas where they have been spending the winter months Mr Kinnaird returns very much improved in health Warsaw Independent Mrs J A Ammon of Lancaster arrived here Thursday of last week to visit Mr and Mrs E E Winn She left Tuesday night for Louisville to join her hu band and make a visit to the Worlds Fair at St Louis Stanford Journal Miss Angie Kin naird of Lancaster was with Miss Clara Cooper Mrs Mildred Lancaster is with Mrs W W Hays Mrs Susie Currey of Lancaster is with Mrs W A Carson Misses Mi nerva Embry of Lexington and Ethel West of Lancaster will be the guests next week of the Misses VanArsdale Messrs G T Higginbotham and Lexington relatives t o Miss Sallie Beazley- of ROMANS A ELMOREIS WJ i Buggies Surries u 0t Phaetons Runabouts a g BUCKBOARDS and FRAZIER CARTS in all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We can fit you out with any kind ol vehicle jte ssyou want and our prices are low See our stock and you will be pleased We sell the Kauffman Columbus Moyer Waterton Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill M I Brockway EtcEtc i 4 r SIr See our HARNESS and save money I 1 Remember we have Old Hickory Wagons M p Remember that we can and we the ibiggest 1iI iJ J sell the best work made if you want it can showw youyou assortment of medium priced vehicles in the city iii-f 3 r 4r v M F Rout of Garrard returned from a two weeks trip to Murtinsville Tues day Both gentlemen are very much improved in health and the stay there was pleasant as well as beneficial Lancaster friends have received to the marriage of Miss Mary Orear Hall and Mr Daniel Hampden Breck which will take placke at the home of the brides parents in Mays vine June 26th The Record joins in congratulations to the genial Dan and in wishing the bride much happi ness n e has visited in Lancaster often and has many warm friends hereThe following young girls and boys enjoyed a picnic at Hanging Fork Fri day Misses Lettie Mae McRoberts Bettie Walker Burnside Mary Elmore Lora Minor Edna Mason Elsie Zim mer Ozzle Young Lizzie and Martha Bettis Irene Romans Ethel Dunn Elizabeth and Carrie Anderson Messrs Adolph Joseph Logan Smith Frank Young John Palmer Bascom Ford Horace Walker Sherley Hudson and Cosby Logan They were chape roned by Mesdames W J Romans Ophelia Dnnn Louis Landram and Miss Bessie Marksbury The wedding of Mr J C Rucker and Miss Fannie Shugars occurred Thurs day evening at Newport Rev Leoui das Robinson officiating The bride has a very expressive face and was handsome in a blue tailored gown with gloves and hat to match She is a daughter of Judge William Shugars and is a universal favorite and one of our most popular young women The groom is a wellknown young business man and a fine fellow He is L N agent at Ford Ky Mr and MrsRuck hnmediately for several weeks trip to St Louis and California and on their return they will reside at Ford A host of friends wish the bride and groom every possible happiness Notice to Taxpayers City taxes of 1904 are now due and I must have the money Will find me at Police court room 610tf S D Rothwell Collector Cut Flowers Orders taken for Tournament Jum 22 23 and 24 J C Thompsop Having bought elsewhere my property in Lancaster is now for sale For price c address Mrs Moody Harden 1714 Greenup Street Covington Ky 6 3tf We have 45 acre tract land and two beautiful and convenieut houses lots situated just outside of the town limits of Lancasteron Danville street which we will sell at fair prices and on terms t o suit purchaser Will make division into town lots or small tract and on the easiest terms of pay ment West Sweeney er left For Sale and invitations Business and Bargains Baled bay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf I Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks I Hudson 6 3tf- 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 furni ure new At Thompsons tf Refrigerators hammocks etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 5Gtf Fou SALE Fortyfive extra nice cattle T Yates Hudson Danville Ky For Sale good McCormack binder In good condition Apply at this of flee or to W R Cook tf Marksbury Son sell hemp seed millet seed oats and corn See them before buying The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts 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 Ibs for 100 R A Stone About 400 acres of good grass land at my farm near Bryantsville 527tt Mrs Hallie B Sweeney Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky I am Inthe market for hemp and wiil pay highest market price Call it Minors mill or the Duncan ware louse B M West 3 4tf We have German Millet seed oats and corn choice nicely cleaned hemp seed on liberal terms tf II A B Marksbury Son Piano for Sale A good Upright Piano almost new used but little at this office 610tf Fine Boarding at St Louis If you want the best accommoda tions at lowest prices when in St Louis stop at 5428 Avenue Elegant rooms fine location 20 min utes walk from Fair Grounds Mrs J C Bogle proprietor 610 tf I 633t 5 20 tf For Rent For Sale Cultivated 8 Twine Twine Twine Let us furnish It MOUNT ELLINI J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm llimffimffirnrnrnmmffiffirnffirn rnrnffiffimmmmmm WmHerndon G B Swlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law KentuckyOffice r I j Seasonable Articles Toilet Wartes Soaps Perfumes Talcum Powders Violet Ammonia Bath Rubber Sponges Bath Brushes Face Powder Sticky Fly Paper Poison Fly Paper Toilet articles of all kinds at the very lowest prices J Tablets t FBISGIES 0 L Hammack F II Koehler Paint Lick Kentucky Give us your order for Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special or filled without delay BlacksmithingAND Carriage Guaranteed Satisfaction Go Work give 01LHamack dens Repairing w c IY W S BEAZLEY G C PARIS Beazley Fans I rDentists- i Office over Thomp ons store Danville st DRUG STORE That SmoothFinish So much desired by all their collars is given at this Laundry want evidence send trial bundle We will call for your work C MJN LAUNDRY Main wsi St j hones 202 Lexington K HTLOGAN Jj v 1mentor usa t kYAieritJ c4 j you Lancaster I TTV4 M 1 jej 01 I t WomeD Go i are Invited I 10 Et Consullc DOctor I Pierce bg i Letter i free i 4 1 0- 0 0V0- I 0 00 Fr j Helical advice Is cl l l rM iy oi qiiiflcd icU utyiuvi vWiCt xvhop iu lcii aivice in tutrcforc Ilia ri less because it is clMgermuv Picrces oiler of free consultation is not to be con founded with spurious offers of free medical vice As chief consulting physician to the In valids Hotel and Surgical Buffalo N Y assisted by his medical staff of nearly a score of physicians Dr R V Pierce has in a little more than years treated and cured hundreds of thousands ofweak and sick wpmerL The most sensitive can address Dr Pierce in perfect freedom All letters are held as strictly and the written confidences of women are guarded by the same strict professional pri vacy observed by Dr Pierce and his staff in consultations with weak and sick women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y About four months I wrote to for and you very advised me what to take writes Mrs May Chandler of Sandusky Ind did as you directed At the time I was able to be at I suffered for four years God alone knows I was nothing but a walking skeleton but now I feel like a new woman I would have written before but was am so to you and to God for your Favorite Prescription and the fatherly letter you wrote me Had it not been for you I would have been today but instead am on the road to Maybe this influence some other poor suffering woman to come to you for advice Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weak nessSometimes a dealer will offer a substitute for Favorite Prescription as just as good Judged by its record of cures of womanly ills J there is no other medicine just as good as Favorite Prescription r byletter I advice I andwhat waiting to see would get along Dear Doctor I I tt kal 1 sic Dr adV personal ao how 1 BEUNA VISTA Mrs Mary Spillman visited her son in Danville last week Mr S Newton and wife of Burgin have been visiting Mr and Mrs Pryor Mrs Geo Compton of Independence Missouri is the guest of relatives hereMrs Vansant of Ilarrodsburgspent Sunday with her mother Mrs Spill man Mr and Mrs Newton Davis of Jet Miss Margaret ITackley teacher at Georgetovn is visiting her neice Mrs G Miss Eleanor Brogle of Nicholas yule was with Miss Florence Christo pher a part of lest week Mrs George Barnett and Miss Mary Askins visited the family of Alex Askin at Ambrose last Tuesday Childrens Day was observed in an appropriate way at Browns Chapel Sunday large crowd was in attendanceMr has moved to his farm recently purchased from Mrs and Mr A T Scott has tak ken of the property vacated by Chas Scott 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 like inju ries before inflamatiou sets in which causes them to heal without matura tion and in onethird the time by the old treatment 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 your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and which such injuries entail For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m For Congress lion Adam of Morulnnd Lincoln county has been nominated by the Prohibi as their candidate for Congress He of the leading citizens and and In the race for Representative last November on this ticket polled nearly 1000 votes KingsSunday II Lane eveninga Steadman possession required allays n suffering t s r Chamberlains Vr bone B Stands for Bread and very bread if the bread is bought at Currey Uavi sons goody Garnishee Law Changed Of interest to merchants is the new garnishee bill which was passed by the last Legislature and which became a law this week without the Governors signature bill repeals the of Section 1701 Kentucky which with reference to exemp tions from attachment reads That the exemption of fifty shall not apply to debts for food fuel medicine raiment or house rent for the family Under the old law the wages of a person less than a month were not subject to attachment unless for food raiment fuel etc Now the exemp tion for debts of that character is the same as the exemption for any other debts Under the present law unless a person earns more than 50 a month his wages cannot be attached for any debt Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery forConsumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland BentonvilleVa serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time with out being benelitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles whollycured me Equal ly effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption and Grip Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100 1m Land Stock Crops Hemp is doing well and millet and cow peas are making good Pastures and meadows show great improvement and are now in good condition Gardens have improved and are now in good condition Potatoes are very promising Fowls like sheep will eat much waste grain and rid the farm of weed seed and destroy many insect ene miesWheat has improved greatly It has headed and in some counties looks promising but as a whole the yield will be considerably below the average provision Statute Provided dollars contracted earning 50 Pneumonia advancement This To Close Out Our Business Our large and attractive stock of Monuments Markers and Headstones The GEeatest Opportunity ever offered in Lexington This work is of fhe st grades of Marble and Granite and of new and artistic design Call at once and make a selection if you are in need of any kind of Cemetery Work It will be lettered m the best style aiw delivered and set up in the tan caster or other Cemeteries 6rVd livered securely packed on thei cars Monument Co 549 West Main Street Lexington Ky I The I 4 fv 1- l H Lexington aVVV S Ve s VsV 1 fnvisl i Corn ailvaugefi rapidly Ar uobci stand has been secured in places and the warm nights duringthelattet part of the week caused a very rapid jrowtb To set an acre of two yearold trees of ordinary quality 1255 will perhaps cover the expense the best of trees was doublethat would be a difference worth consider ng but if you get trees that will bear a few more barrels of fruit it would be a good investment In nbother enterprise is the starting with a good thing so important Farm Home Nearly every nation which has reached a high state of civilization given National aid highways Without National aid no general improvement of the roads this country can be expected for it is not nor is it just for the rural population to bear the en tire burden of for that purpose Flour exports from the t United Stttes in 1 03 were larger than in any preceding in the history of our commerce and aggregated practically 20000000 barrels The value of the exports also exceeded that of any preceding year with the exceptions of 1892 and S3 when the value slight ly exceeded that of 1903 but the quan tity exported was materially less Tbe total number of barrels of flour ex ported from the United States in the fiscal year 1903 was 19716634 valued at 73756404 in 1893 the number of barrels was 16620339 but the value was 75 494347 prices of that year being materially higher than those of 1903 The output of maple sugar in Vet mont for the present season is etima ted commercially at from 15000000 to 20000000 pounds Forty years ago the farmers owned 55 per cent of the wealth of this coun try but such has been the advance of manufacturing and railroad building that they now own but 22 per cent though there has been no decline in agricultural values Bye has made good progress and oats have improved but are rather in condition some counties a good prospect and others poor McCEEARY Miss Myrtle Doolin visited her at Marksbury last week Mr and Mrs W K Warner visited friends at Ilyattsville last week W B Broaddus wifeand children visited relatives Marksbury recently Mr and Mrs W N Grow were visitors of Geo Sadler and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Homer Tinsley entertained a few friends last Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs J B Bourne Mr E Bourne and sister Miss Al leen of Lexington are with their par ents Mr and Mrs J B Bourue Mr Louis Ramsey who has been vis iting relatives here returned to his home at Burnside last Friday Mr Logan and son Earl of Burnside are with his parents Mr and Mrs Ben Hamm last week The Hill Billy club was very de lightfully entertained by Miss Carrie Sanders at Hyattsville at a six oclock dinner last Saturday Good gentle family mare for sale Apply at Record office 617 tf t Fall Privilege Sealed bids will be received till July 1st for the privileges for the Kirksville Fair July 15 and 16th 1904 Merrygoround Soft drinks Baby rack Ball privileges Hitching and Baggage and all other countryFairtd Kirksville Ky t 1 T wltltlltllHtg 1 StitH flgllillt nOre Itot1 ucIrH mst apple Suppose has tothe building- of allover taxationnecessary flour while irregular reporting brother W Hamm wife Confections l S A dt SaVT t I l1 II ctit bILL1i possIble year 4S4 I WITHOUT A RIVAL DRAPER IN THE CURE OF DISEASE Life Plant stands peerless and alone as the gv for the speedy and perma Mummy UhrlcluYllle o I could notwear my Tried various remedies NO CURE NO PAY is our gnaran tee It Is the most certain curefordiseases of the blood on the market If you feel badly why not take a IS Catarrhand aid but could get no relief until I was Induced to When I hadthe and painwere aU and have notfeel too much thesystemtact F r o jJ remedy Miss Mary very limbfeet badly that Life Plant taken one bottle gone b4tter every way Cannolay for a 4 by TEVFANT CD1 b fi1 elmkni nnrbijs ny K ff Lkmclulfu IaL At trial lie praiKoitIjTjj meHJcal skiil anti medicine I inked hitii if Ft was Chamberlains Colics Cholera and Dlar rhpca Kemepy he used as I had good reason to believe it was and he would not say under oath that it was not doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus it never falls Sold by Frisbies 1m DRPIERCES GOLDENMEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR THE BLOODiiVERLilflGS An Alarm for 25c If you want to get up early and feel good all day takea Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refreshing sleep with a gen tle movement of the bowels about breakfast time W II ITowel Tex says Early Risers ate the best pills made for constipation sick headache biliousness etc Sold by R E McRoberts v 1m n E OTcKobertn 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 hesl tate 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 gans to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasanc and palatable R E McRoberts 1m For a Hundred Vears For a hundred years or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a superi or remedy remained for E C De Witt Co of Chicago to discover how to combine the virtues of Witch Hazel with other antiseptics in the form of a salve DeWitts 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 1m A Strong Heart Is assured by perfect digestion In digestion swells the stomach and puffs it up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpitation of the heart and general weakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion re lieves the stomach takes the strain oil 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 McRob 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 taiy and Pete 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 Garni County Marie Works r t tIIt llil1h 1110 f ctiiIct 1l i f lit no N Drug- Store Houston t o butit MOUMET 8weeney I tfti trlrS5JV V44V4j ViiO v hue E Clock I DOMESTIC Better Than Ever The Star That Leads The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialty t Either Chain Stitch circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co r V Newark N J Kindly mention ibis paper Lockot Write for Them AU j L 7 T G W 0kZfii tU Jtr PtJ U v F 1 LOTfi a e VrVfl7 n 4 I r i PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAYDeputy Clerk at BpyantsvIIle R A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County Cleric 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 lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as w will prose cute all offenders to the tallest extent of the law S F Embry Price Bros Ed N George Leavell Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAndersonR A Beazley Milt Ward Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs J II 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 Hemphill Walden J C Hemphill Leslie Harbor Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell O T Layton THE our BPrice FergusonHenry LEWIS Y LEAVELL President I For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon D L E of Mercer Conn y us n candidate for In the Eight lnstrict to succeed lionu u iilliert subject to tif notion of the Demo cratlo party Your support is earnestly lollclted tj Congress We sre authorized to announce lioN llAttvi of Ioneoln county as a candidate for Coiigre In the Eighth district subject to the action of the Democratic i arty For Congress- We Are authorized to announce lion George G Gilbert for renomination as candidate foi Congress sutjcct to action of the Democratic party For State Senator- We are authorized to announce K L Huh ble of Lincoln as arandidHtu for State Sena tor subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce It L ruvni SON as n candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Is n candieate for of 1iiblic Schools In jarrurd 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 Attorney subject to action of the party For Supt Public Schools We are authorized to announce Mis Mlttie Dunn as a candidate for nomination for Super intendent Common Schools for Garrard coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic AND CURE THE LUNGS For ELM KILL THe COUCH Congress Colt Democratic party I II WITH FOR Dr Kings II Surest and Quickest Cure for all K THROAT and LUNG TPOUB LES or MONEY BACK B I J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 I The 8ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK i Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier i W C D WALKErS Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0Q DIRECTORS j Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Tno E Stormes W H Kinnaird RED WHISKY Rye or Bourbon 260 pays for a 1 gallon jug of 6 year old 285 pays for a 1 gallon jug of 8 year old 300 pays for a 1 gallon jug of 9 year old 320 pays for a gallon of ten year old in four bottlesA gallon jug of 6 year old 495 a three gal Ion jug 730 a four gallon jug 940 We ship all orders packed in plain sealed box No one can tell what they contain and pay all charges to your nearest ex press office guarantee absolute purity full measure safe delivery and entire satisfaction in every way or Youn MONEY BACK Make remitance payable to and address HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky P S A nice etched glass and corkscrew free with every or der Our Guarantee Goods that please or your moner back is always Good Ask the Lexington City National Bank The LADIES OUR MILLINERY i O RIONEY Asst Cashr T Arnold I493 o o o O o O o o o o o o o o I I I I X IX I XX I I i oooooooooC OOOOOC f M Oooo ooo A c LOOOCO OOO h IV I lI1l ADMIRE II New Discovery II Come to us for uptodate Millinery We cannot to but the best We have all new creations in will please you too stylish Millineryand afford DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAThe 5100 bottle contiirs 2M trial SM which sells for PREPARED OHLY AT THZ LABORATO3V Of x i E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGdj t 7 r t 7 7 ft J z fl LQ times the For sale by R E MeOBERTS Lancaster Ky 4 teats ZI ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price BOcSIOO I Free Trial t I 1 D TILLET IIt I ia t 1 itti t SALLIE 4t 4 ii Q 0t S 0 1 r5L Louisville Atlantic R E Co Schedule in Effect May 21st 1904 For Versailles Snelbyville Louisville Lex S9 A iiiijtou Cincinnati p Jt For Irvine II 55 For Irvine and lienttyville 00 p TralrM Arrive Iticlimoiid- Froii Louisville Lexington cud lli l A xCincinnati 810 p M From Irvine and Ueatty ville 8 M A M Front Irvine sjj M Sniidur Train Itlcluuoiii For Irvine and Ileattyville C00 A jr Arrive Klrliiii From Versailles i 9 From Irvine and Ileattyville Gs p M II K SMITH G F Versailles The Guaranteed Catarrh Cure K K ITIcKnbcrtM Will Keturii Money If Ilyoiinil Falls No Stomach IloHlng 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 jou 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 catarrh since childhood have been cured completely by this scientific remedy The complete Hyomei outfit costs r 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 5oc making it a most economical remedy for the cure of catarrh 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 ment is not expensive while if it fails R E McRoberts will refund your money and it costs you nothing j BLUE GRASS NURSERIES I SPRING 1904 f Trees by the Million jp Fruit and Ornamental As f sparagus Shrubs Grape T vinesRhubarbSmall fruits for Orchard I Lawn and Garden Straw 1 berry and General Cata r logue on application f No agents Both phones 279 HFHillenmcyer SOilS LEXINGTON KY Tralll ltieIiioit t A r Leave Vcrsallles I A 1 Agt Ky ir effects impossible customers sufferedwith J rand everything I Leave 3i t VVVVVVV For j5a M fl4 i I L absolutely oocooooocV