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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 sv EIiVKNTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky o Second Class Matter Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 10 1901 DOLLAR A YEAR S j- ymt enttnc NUMB c 12 OUI J O TE iMyr r ar 4 ww it r ttoth RAMLAND Favrite Air Tight Stoves Examine our line of Heating Stoves We can please you and save you money J R HASELDEN A Funeral Directors 1 J Beazley Co i Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward n 1 1 t LOCAL TIMETABLES I Bontbbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 AM Mixed 335 p M Passgr 252 A K gouth bnd 1228 A v L North b nd North bnd AND VICINIty I 1 i I I 1 L III OIl ooool LANCASTER= Fresh oysters at T Currys The best bargains in Harness Sad dies Bridles c at Conns V Preaching as usual at Methodist church next Sunday morning and Dont forget we are headquarters for buggy harness See our prices W J Romans The most successful Disc Plow made is the Chattanooga Disc sold by Ed C Gaines Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf The large tobacco barn on Paulding street is about full of tobacco This furnish employment to a lot of hands when it has to be handled The flopperjack pulled loose from the at the electric light plant Sundayand there were no lights that night A new one was secured and things have been running all O K since Bus to Meet the Trains Mr W B Burton the liveryman is having his big bus painted and put in firstclass shape to meet all trains both day and night As there are no street lights after midnight those traveling on the night trains will frail with delight Mr Burtons enterprise Some of the gasbags to read the clippings from other papers published in this issue of TIlE RECORD Its said so often n Lancaster that This little paper here dont know nothing about it that we print today what other papers say But mabe they dont know nothing either Council At the regular meeting of the City Council Judge J C Hemphill was elected to fill out the unexpired term of Rice Benge who has moved to the country Capt J Dee Turner was reelected marshal at a salary of fifty dollars per month Tax collector J D Pearce reported 255 collected No one has yet been appointed to take charge of the work house but will be done later gilder luke Wanted MeetIng evening will Go to the Opera House to night Anything you want in the easing line can get it at Curreys 1 Currey sells good goods as you pay for inferior goods at other places You need not call afc our mill for flour all grocers keepft V3 Minor Son Ed C Gaines is agent for Chatta nooga Hancock Disc Plow first and best ever brought to Garrard county Come in and pay your accounts 1 have carried you months now you must help out R A i Stone Minstrel Parade at 315 Suns bigminstrels will arrive on the afternoon train and give a mon ster parade at 315 See it Clay Hamilton is having neat fitted up for the telegraph office at C D Powells store on Richmond street Clay is a fine operator and very obliging Last year Gus Suns Minstrels were voted fine This year they are and better in every way Opera House to night 10th A fake repor is sent out from Lan caster saying buzzards are devouring sheep Things have changed when a buzzard will attack any live animal Capt Llllurds Announcement Capt E W Lillard of Danville places his announcement for state senator in this issue of THE RECORD Capt Lillard was engaged in business here for some years and has many friends in Garrard New Blacksmith Shop Mr G S Greenleaf has oponed his shop on Lexington street and is prepared than ever before to give the public firstclass work at price Competent workmen and best material used Prices Reduced To suit the times and satisfy the public the admission to Gus Suns Minstrels Thursday night January 10th will only 25 35 and 50 cents Seats sale at Stormes drug store This is one of the best shows on the road and the price is only put down for the reasons above given 2t you cheap as J S rtN e ve me get stronger better be op quarters reasonable A change in the firm of Logan Robinson will be made March 1st and in order to close stock down as much as possible by that time we will sell V Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Now is your chance to buy highgrade merchandise for less than it cost to manufacture same Remember we will sell FOR CASH ONLY v HIf you ask for credit you will certainly be refused 1 10 c q Than Mannfactnr r Co t l o ijtr lOGAN 1 t o 4- t tJi l s Iii EJ ifi t i i 4 I I I I I j J o0 0000000000000 0 oa oo ooo 0o E o 0 the- o o oo o Q n o Per Cent Less j ofo o e o or o m ando7 r lcar l rrallol 11 1 I I f B i ii e t f avE S For salepure bronze turkey gobblers 4t J E If you want pure candy go to TCur reys and get Shryocks candies s Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in T Piano For Sale I In fair Condition Will be sold at a bargain Apply at this office n29tf All parties to me must come forward and settle at once I need the money and must have it R A Stone I would advertise myfurriiture ness but there is no need of it I am so cheap that I buy it fast enough R A Stone House For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick Robin son known as the toll house garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson Gus Suns American Minstrels trav el in two private Pullman cars and number fifty people Opera House to night Seats at Stormes A few left to go at Cost As Iam increasing and improving my reposi tory I will sell at cost anything you solicit in my stock of buggies at Conns Carriage Shop can get Wards White Swan Minors 4X or best Potts Perfection Baughmans No 1 Bal lard and J E Miles Son JKM Take your choice only 60c per sack at T Curreys Will Lectue Mrs M W Bender will lecture Thursday Jan 10 at 2 oclock at the W C T T rooms subject Health and Hygine Ladies are all invited Admission free Coal and Fed 1 hind also a cheaper grade who prefer quantity to a good cheap coal Ship stuff oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill The Week of Prayer Fairly good size audiences have at tended the services held in the this week Each service has been very interesting but the people did not turn out as they should This dont speak very well for a Christian community like Lancaster The se ries will conclude to night when ser vices will be held in the Baptist church with sermon by Rev L Rob insoy Death of James Walker After a brief illness Mr James Wal ker died at his home on the Buckeye pike near McCreary Thursday morn ing He had suffered a stroke of par alysis from the effects of which he never recovered He leaves a widow and several grown children He was a brother oOIr E M Walker of this city and a man greatly liked by those who knew him lIe was a member of the local Masonic lodge which con ducted the funeral services at the Lancaster Cemetery Friday morning The Garrard Open The New Garrard has thrown its doors open Q the public So many changes have been made that it doesnt look like the original hotel at all A nice reading room has been partitioned off partitions builtatthe staircase a check room built new lights put in the second and third Mr Long has received one bf the handsomest unite counters ever placed in a country hotel The place is as neat as a now pin and is now something of which every Lancaster citizen is very proud An Open Letter Editor Central Record Lancaster Ky Will you be so kind as to the following statement of facts SiX years ago I was attacked with la grippe followed by rheumatism stomach liver and kidney dis eases finally lost vitality and prostration I had to treat me a of the best physicians in the coun try also took many patent medicines that did me no good My suffering was so great that would pray to die and had to take morphine to ease me I love my physicians they did all they could for me but the medicine did me no good I wish I could get all the world together especially my friends in Madison county so I could tell them how 1 was cured My mind was directed to Dr C M Kennedy now at Lancaster Ky where I be gun treatment under the system Os teopathy and Weltmerism following it up for 13 days without drugs or medicines I feel like a new man again and have no more pain lam now a well and happy man and I every one who suffering with dis ease would go as I have done and be made whole again This statement is unsolicited and any one can by enclosing a two cent stamp get a full detail of my by addressing pie at Kingston Madison county Ky B Creekmore ure Curre in debt bm i selling cant good Call FlourYou Best coal alai S fo ose quail yet shelled stories I I I located N Storm l 1 Ballard a Thursday churches d publish neuralgia nervous number wish case Rey r I IMPORTANT NOTICE L A mass meeting will be held at the court house in Lancaster on Tuesday Jan 15th at 130 p in for the pur pose of discussing the question of se curing for Garrard county the South ern road ExGov Wm 0 Brad ley and others familiar with the will address the meeting Every citizen who has the interest of our county at heart is earnestly to be present All kinds of carriage work and re pairing at Boiler fixtures Engines repaired Smokestacks built by Conn Shall we go to work and get that railroad let it pass simply for lack of interest For rent a nice office of two rooms on Lexington street For terms ap ply to Mrs Dr ONeal W J Romans sold his house and lot out on Stanford pike to J L Wo ner for 1200 Charley the infant son of Mrs Hobbs died Saturday night and was buried Sunday at Preachersville Sixtyfour of Jessamine countys most prominent farmers who bought the Hancock Disc plow say it has no qual Sold by Ed C Gaines Must Have Em Tuesday Some of our correspondents letters have recently been reaching us too late for publication We must have these by Tuesday morning to insure insertion Our spring stocks of buggies sur ries phaetons and road wagons me now coming in and are most complete lines ever in Prices cant be duplicatedW Money For Teachers Miss Elisa Lusk requests THE to say she will be able to settle in full with the teachers Saturday Jan 12 The last check for school money will reach here at that time To County Toucher Miss Amanda Anderson requests THE RECORD to say that she would be pleased to see each teacher in the county when they come to town next Saturday She has something of in terest to them Suit Viilul ruwii C W Lester former State and Examiner has dismissed his libel suit for 5000 against W P Wal ton former editor of the Stanford In terior Journal brought Jn the Circuit Court Let Ua Prove This You dont have to run off to other towns to get a good hand made We are building them our own little city Come see the material in them Money can not buy bet ter material than we are in these buggies W J Romans A Mistake Miss Annie Royston came up to tell us the report that she had resigned as a teacher in the Graded Schools was a mistake and she has no idea of severing ter connection with the schools This report we find was started by some idle gossips who had more time than anything else Tat tlers will tattle and if they would on ly confine their gossip to matters con cerning themselves twould cause no trouble County Wants The fiscal court has advestised for bids on furnishing metal for the vari ous turnpikes in the county The ad vertisement consists of printed bills setting forth what is wanted All such things should be advertised in a newspaper where everybody that is everybody who would likely be inter ested will it and know what is wanted It costs something but it will save money in the long run Kentucky is the only state in the Unioji so far behind the times as to depend upon the fence post method of making judicial announcements Death Warren News of the death of Miss Marie Warren which occurred in Stanford Sunday cast a deep gloom over the many friends of the family in this city Miss Marie was the daughter of Hon and Mrs Richard C Warren and was in her 26 year She had been in declining health for some time but no one though her to be so near deaths door She contracted a cold a few days since which hastened death Miss Marie was a lovable girl and was admired and adored by all who knew her The griefstricken family have deepest sympathy from their ma ny Lancaster friends in their great bereavement Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery Monday afternoon and the remains gently laid to rest until the Arch An gels trump shall usher in the morn More Local on page 3 or the rgestand Inspector Whitley in going tis true ci iJ situation requested Conn Lancaster REc- ORD buggy that Bids see or Miss resurrection To the Citizens of Garrard County LANCASTER KY JANUARY 9 1901 From information just received and as published In the daily papers we are informed that the Southern Railway has commenced the final location of the line from Jellico to Burgin Ky work having commenced at Jellico on Jan 4thIn view of the fact that the road has signified its willingness to build the line Garrard county PROVIDED THE RIGHT OF WAY IS GIVEN we deem it wise to call the attention of our citizens to a few advan taxes to De derived by them from the building of this road The onlyWinner i i which we can secure the rightofway is by private subscription the ent Constitution of Kentucky prohibiting a county voting a tax for such pur poses We feel that it is the duty of each and every citizen of Garrard to do what he can toward this the greatest improvment and enterprise we will ever have offered us A portion of the right ofway has been obtained but there remains a larger part yet to be secured It is estimated that the rightofway will cost about 25000 which sum is exceedingly low when you consider the many advantages to be derived therefromThe following will show some of the advantages the road will bring to the citizens of Garrard Miles of new road built in the county 16 Taxes per mile 25000 Six teen miles at 825000 per mile 320000 Other railroad property including depots side tracks water tanks and onehalf bridge across Dix river100000 making a total of 420000 increase taxable property At the present rate of 97J cents this will bring into the county treasury 4095 in taxes Last year there were 510000 bushels of wheat shipped from Garrard county to the markets As everyone knows the price of wheat in other local ities has always been from three to five cents per bushel more than we can get here This is on account of not having better railroad facilities The new road will open not only another line to our present markets but give us a direct line to the seaboard at Norfolk Va and Newport News the great est shipping points on the seaboard for wheat Take this advance at say three cents cents and it will make a total of 15300 increase on wheat alone for one year for our farmers There were five hundred carloads of coal received at Lancaster alone last year A conservative estimate of forty cents per ton saved on freights on this amount of coal will make the astonishing figure of 88000 These esti mates were made by prominent shippers and receivers of coal and wheat and who thoroughly understand the situation is it now exists These three items the increased taxes brought into the county by reas on of the new road 4095 the increased price of wheat say Sets per bushel 15300 and the saving of forty cents per ton on coal received at the Lancas ter depot alone 3000 makes a grand total of 27395 which the people of Garrard county would save by virtue of the road being built Strenous efforts are being made by the citizens of Boyle and Lincoln counties to secure this road which would leave Garrard county out entirely a former survey having been made through those counties but as stated above we are assured that if Garrard county can comply with her first give the rightofway to the company it will surely be built this way but if not it is certain to miss us and we will be forever cut off from outside markets through prt s propos- Ition W O BRADLEY B F HUDSON ALEX R G T IllGGINrOTIIAM JOHN W MILLER S J DENY R E McllOIJERTS IlEMIUILL W G Goocii T B ROBINSON II C HERRING DEN J C W II IVINXAIRD J M IIIGGIXIJOTIIA E II WALKER JOHN E STOIOIES W M HERNDON HuGii T LOGAN LOGAN W O RIGNEY R IvINNAIRD LOUIS LANDRA3f JERRY RESPESS J N And many others CLEARANCE SALE We will now clean up the 1 balance of I Our Winter Stock AT GREATLY Reduced Prices Blankets Comforts Cloaks Wraps Underwear Fine Suits Boots Shoes and many other items Mfif in this sale Come Jn at once before the good things are all gone The Logan Dry GoodsGo Wfffffff1ffrffjJl Jf lfJ I I i I I 0 0 i t WJiffIj 05oo 0 0 o e o o o o o- o o Overcoats o oo fca- m goo poi o o D e om aom ooomea m mm C NTRAL R CORD rgor EVERY WEEK BY LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY M t 1a THURSDAY LOUIS rxMB SIX MOUTHS THBBB 100 50 25 J Ota INYDIB ADYANCZ = Sam Ballard had two calves to fall into a well and drown J L Anderson has been very sick but is better at this time John Kennedy has gone to house keeping in the Joel Holtzclaw house J W Cummins has returned from Williamsburg where he sold a car load of hay Mr J T Holtzclaw mashed the thumb on his left hand so badly he had it amputated J P and S A Ballard bought of Bird Matheny his farm two miles east of this place for 1700 cash Our school is starting off nicely The teachers can not be surpassed in any of the schools in Kentucky Rev W B Ragan P E of the Lon don district left last week for Jack son to hold his Quarterly meeting Mr Brown was here last week col lecting for the RECORD so I suggest that all pay up also all who borrow the paper to become subscribers Prof J C McKee has bought a half interest in the J F Holtzclaw land re cently purchased rell on which the new college will be Mrs J M Reynolds of Bee Lick were visiting their grand Mr and Mrs Flem Cummins Sunday Miss Allie White has been visiting Mrs F F Cummins We extend our sympathies to Mrs Mattie T Hobbs over the loss of her babe which was buried at this place Sunday May the Lord sustain and keep her in this trying hour PAINT LICK Corn is selling at 185 per barrel here It is reported that there is a case two of diphtheria near here E L Woods sold a bunch of feeders to Tom Curtis of Madison Fish and Company shipped seventy five car loads of logs last week Mrs C Engleman drew the nice dinner set offered by R L Jennings Company Wm Powers sold one hundred acres of land to Hiram Asbill at forty dol lars an acre Mr Sauiley Hughes and Miss Packard were Miss Annio Francis guest Sunday evening Mr Shepherd filled the pulpit at Mt Tabor Sunday morning and Regular meeting days the 1st and 3rd Mr Marshall Dayis and wife of Nicholasville and Sam Ilasclden and wife of Lancaster were the guests of Mr and Mrs R L Jennings at the Ve randa Hotel Sunday Mrs John Bright Jr is visiting her parents here Great talk ganizing a Ladies Maccabee Society- A good thing keep it up Miss Mae Barbour of Indiana is the charming guest of her cousin Miss Mary Lear The boys here have organized a gymnasium club and are practicing every night They can perform some difficult feats on the horizontal bar and are also good tumblers for the practice they have will soon be ready to make an engagement with the Sells Bros or some other large railroad show Mr Burdette Ramsey and Miss Til lie Arnold of Cartersville will be made one at 330 this evening Arter which an elegant reception will be given them at the home of the grooms It has been quite an extended courtship and both seem to be very much in earnest So TIlE RECORD and all wish them many happy hours in their wedded life The Paint Lick Social Club has had a very pleasant Christmas with each other The last party they attended was that given last Thursday evening by Miss Kathleen Denton which proved to be one of the enjoyable events Quite a crowd about 830 oclock and the sweet strains of music and laughter roamed through all the crowd Those present were Misses Francis Geizer Alma and Mary Lear Mae Barbouro Indiana Wallace Messrs Will and Richard Jones Harvey Francis Jim Rucker Dr C E Poyntz Messrs Elkin West Anderson and Collier of Lancaster Wallace Point Leavell Everyone feels they are greatly indebt ed to Miss Kathleen for such a pleat ant evening The measles are raging inthis com munityJames Rogers and C McFurr traded horses last week W H Furr bought of Isaiah Kelley of color one hog for 425 per cwt T F Gross moved into the house va fcated by Samuel J Brewer last week Moses Lawson sold his tobacco crop to W G Gooch for 150 per cwt also F D Parks sold his crop to Charles Graves for 5 per cwt Mr and Mrs G W Spangler spent Saturay night and Sunday Mr Philips was in this icinitjfflast wrek looking Ken r 1 H j by Rev II B Cock locatedMr ofor hadthey parents I meeting assembled i atW F r ACIIERSYILLEPRE parents delivered o cousin evening FLAT WOODS e S i a B for a tuck hom al BUCKEYE I Rumor says there is a lad and lassie to be wedded at this place within ten daysMrs Jasper Bogie will teach a large select school at her home near Tea tersville Mr L B Ray has entered school at Kirksville Wm Jones is closing out Ins stock of goods with the intention of to Jessamine where hewiHfarm Mr Lee Brown has moved to his farm about a mile from here he let the one at this place to Morris Calico Miss Annie Gover of Stanford is the guest of Miss Miss Janie Petty of your city is visiting friends here Wm Jones and John Bogie as is their custom went to Poosie Saturday afternoon and re turned Monday morning Misses Ida and Willie Pierce have out for a party to be given at their home the 10th Miss Cordie Ray has returned from a visit of three weeks duration to Mr and Mrs of ParksvilleHarve Wheeler has returned to his home in Mercer after a weeks visit to his sister Mrs Herod Ray Mr Wheeler has made many warm friends here who look forward to his semiannual visits with pleasure Raymond McCullough is quite 111 JHABKSBDRY Mr John King has rented a piece of hemp land from H for 125 Mr Robert Humphreys and wife are spending several weeks with their parents Mr J C Boner and wife Mesdames M E Harlan and John Woods have been quite sick for sever days Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson spent a few weeks in with their cousin Mrs Dunn Mrs M L Anderson is visiting friends in Richmond Miss Georgie Dunn has returned from a very visit with her cousin Miss Jennie Higgins at Paint Lick Mr F B Kemper and wife of Lancaster preaching at the Fork Sunday Mr North of Hustonvllle is visit ing his cousin Mr Will Marsee Miss Lee Herring who has been spending several weeks with her left Monday to reenter school ct Nicholasville Mr Asa Daley and family have returned from Illinois They have gone to housekeeping at where Mr Daly has a good trade BRYANTSVILLE Mr and Mrs Davis of Nicholasville spent Friday with Mrs Lucy Dunn Mr and Mrs Crutchfleld of Lexington spent last week with Mrs Zop Christo pherMrs Eliza Philip of was the guest of Mrs Eliza the past week Mrs R E and little daughter of Danville are the week with Mrs B F Jennings Mrs Taylor Burdette last Friday eve from six to eleven in honor of his guests Misses Collier and Hill Miss Olivia Wilds of Nicholasville has been the guest of Miss Katie Ison the past week Mr C C Becker is reported as getting along nicely we are glad to hear and hope he will be out soon A Mexican war veteran and prom inent editor writes Seeing the of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remady I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico in 47 and 48 I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension fur on every renewal a dose of it restores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by McRoberts druggist Jealousy is a key that opens many wedlocks The fragile babe and the growing child are strengthened by Whites Cream Vermifuge It destroys worms gets digestion at work and so rebuilds the body Price 25 cents Stormes Some marriages are like jug handles onesided affairs Pepsin Syrup Co DeWitt la cannot recommend Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin too highly It has been a great benefit to me Very truly Ray Buckley Sold by R E McRoberts druggist Catchonascatchcan is the old maids matrimonial motto If troubled with a weak digestion belching sour stomach or if you dull after eating try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price cents Samples at About the worst joke a woman can play on a man is to marry him Many a bright and happy household has been thrown into sadness and because of the death of a loved one from a neglected cold Coussens Honey of Tar is the great cure for coughs colds and all pulmonary ail ments Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes The Mothers Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleasant safe for children to take and always cures It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine made for these diseases There Is not the least danger in giving it to for it contains no opium or other in furious drug and may be given as con fidently to a babe as to an adult Poi sale by R E McRoberts druggist 5 s I going he vacated Sallie BRay J D Danville pleasant HubbIes Stanford Ballard spending entertained Beat Out of an Increase of Ills Penplun advertisement R E C C J E GentsI feel ire tIcRobl Favorite and children r invitations T- Ray Aldridge attended parents Jennings rt drugstore sorrow g to to to in CROP H F Hillenmeyer says that though the wheat is injured to some extent the drouth will prove advantageous to the farmer for the mineral fertility will thereby be brought to the sur faceThe farm of 90 acres belonging to Wm Quaintance in Bourbon was sold J McIIowe at 88 per acre George Bramlett of Carlisle has bought G39S9 acres of mountain land from assignees of Hargis Fetter for 60000 The land is full of the finest coal timber and when the railroads strike it jt will be very valuable Secretary of Agriculture Wilson says I must confess that I do not favor the raising of grain to sell The prosperous farmer is he who raises grain as a raw material and feeds it domestic animals They make their farm a factory by adding skill material and putting it into a finished form before offering it for sale Fine horses are wanted fine cattle and sheep Hog products are great demand and so is poultry The farmer should turn raw material on the farm into high selling products The man who is depending on the ground selling the grain that he grows may as well make up his mind that the longer he dons it the smaller will be his returns because he is selling the plant food of his farm Wheat is growing so rank in the Valley wheat belt embracing territory that produced over 40000 000 bushels last year that the farmers are advertising to take stock free for the purpose of eating it down The indications at this time for the crop are 25 per cent more favorable than they were at the same time last year It is now estimated that and Sedgwick counties will 20000000 bushels of wheat this world is full of microbes The tramp is a parasite that eats the bread of honest toil the bore is a parasite that devours the time of the busy man the gossip is a parasite that the happiness in many a home with words of sugar coated venom the slanderer is a parasite that mur deis character the hypocrite is a that entraps the unwary with falsehoods while wearing the niask of of 110000 has been for the purchase of 3000 and 500 brood mares to be distrib uted in Cuba among the farmers of the provinces of Santa Clara Puerto Principie and Santiago where they will be sold at cost and on easy instal ments Senor Dacosta Secretary of Agriculture in a recent visit to the United States made inquiries as to the classes of cattle best adapted to Cuba and decided in favor of stock If they take any but ve ry young stock we mean calves every one would die in that tropical climate The internal revenue office holds that a farmer or grower of tobacco has the right to sell tobacco of his own growth to any person and in any desired but that this is a privilege which the farmer can not delegate to another person The also holds that no other person can be employed by the farmer to sell and deliver his tobacco to customers but that a farmer may place his in the hands of any qualified dealer in leaf tobacco or to manufacturers of tobacco or cigars or to persons who buy leaf tobacco in packages for Some manufacturers have com plained that leaf tobacco is being sold in small quantities by persons who die not raise it and that these persons buy it from farmers and afterwards travel from place to place and sell to customers These persons are the law and are being arrested and prosecuted Reconsidered A Topeka man lost a small opal set- out of his ring and went to the to have it replaced Returning home he found the lost set and in his mouth for safe keeping hurried back to the jewelers to have that set used instead of the new opal Rushing into the store he said Say Ive found the old set so dont use that new one He attempted to re move the stone from his mouth gave gave a gulp looked sleepish and said I guess youll have to use the new man needed a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Sold by McRoberts druggist The men that marry most ly for money are the ministers Pepsin preparations often fail lieve indigestion because they can di ges6 only albuminous foods There preparation that digests all of food and that is Kodol Cure It cures the worst cases of indigestion and gives instant relief for it digests what you eat FP Frisbie Some husbands are so indulgent thatthey can never come home sober A Chicago Woman Speak Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vic President Illinois Womans Alliance in speaking of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I suffered with a cold this winter which to run into pneumonia I tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset my stdmach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take andit relieved me at once I am now en tirely recovered a doctors bill time and suffering and I will be without this splendid medicine again For sale by REr McRoberts druggist 7 t 1 t 5 F IJr rl BartonSum- ner yearThis parasite fairnessThe appropriated Kentucky quantity officer tobacco violating putting stoneThat Rt- E tore done classes Dyspepsia I I threatened saved never I pI O Vii S raw continually Arkansas produce destroys cattle wean- lings personal export jeweler Prominent severe in M of to in is John Utterback of Frankfort a popular L N conductor is dead John A Campbell for forty years clerk of the Nicholas County Court is dead Gen T T Garrard of Manshester who has been critically ill is better and will recover Commonwealths Attorney Peatce will have certain turkey buyers in Shelby county indicted for violating the antitrust law John D Rockefeller has given a million and a half to the Uni eersity of Chicago making nearly 12 000000 in all which he has given that institution Rival telephone companies are at war in Lexington The grand jury returned thirteen indictments persons for in operating crap games and pool roomsReports of mining for 1900 indicate that the United States lead the world the production of gold and coal Editor A R Dyche was appointed postmaster at London on recommen dntion of Congressman Boreing J Rowland was appointed at Cloverport Mason W Sherrlll died aged ninety one years He was the last survivor the original members of the Baptist Association be a section composed of college men from all the leading universities of the country The British Admiralty has decided build the two largest battleships in the world Reports have reached iMnjjtnn that Dr W Godfrey Hunt be the race for the Republic muni nation for United States and already writing letters to 1C holdover members of the Legis latureA physician has put to a bill of sale for the bodies of two women now in good health for which he paid 2 each Gov Beckham granted a pardon in the case of the Shelby County Fair indicted by the tne grand jury for permitting games of chance to be operated on the fair grounds Gov Bechkam decided that Judge Tinsley of Barbourville was legally elected Circuit Judge of the Twenty seventh district Quality and not quantity makes De Witts Little Early Risers such val uable little liver pills F P Frisbie Philip D Armour head of the great pork packing firm is dead His wealth is estimated at from 10000000 to 25 000000 not counting the 15000000 or 20000000 owned by the younger of the family When threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble prompt relief is necessary as it is dangerous to We would suggest that One Cough Cure be taken as soon as indications of having taken void are noticed It cures quickly and its use prevntsconsumptionFPFrisbie It is a wise woman that knows her own husband at a masquerade ball Many of the blotches pimples and other affections of the skin are caused by the failure of the liver and kidneys to cast off impurities which remain in the system Herbine will stimulate the liver and kidneys and cleanse the system of all impurities Price 50cts C C J E mans best friend is the one who marries the girl that jilted him The properties of Ballards Snow Liniment possess a range of usefulness greater than any other remedy A day seldom passes in every household where there are children that it is not needed Price 25 and 50 cents Stormes The marriageable age of woman is anywhere between sixteen and death The most soothing healing and an tiseptic application efer devised is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It at once and cures piles sores eczema and skin diseases Beware of imitations F P Frisbie Married men do not live longer than single only seems longer Persons who suffer from indigestion not expect to live long because they cannot eat the food required to nourish the body and the products of the undigested foods they do eat pois on the blood It is important to cure indigestion as soon as possible and the best method of doing this is to use the preparation known as Kodol Dys It digests what you eat and restores all the digestive organs to perfect health Frisbie The last word is said to be the most dangerous Show this to your wife This season there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung troubles Prompt action will save the little ones from these diseases We know of nothing so certain to give instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure It can also be relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung troubles of adults to take Frisbie When a man meets his wife down town he wonders how much it will Herbine should be used to enrich and purify the bloodit all of blood disorders it is especially in fevers skin eruptions pimples blackheads scrofula salt rheum and every form of blood im purity it Is and effectual Price 50 cents Stormes lr ainst gambling cominginaugural Sell 11 publican Association delay early Stormes- A especially C C J E onesit pepsia Cure F terrible Pleasant F P cost him forms boilS C C J E 090049400 c000000000 140G44904- 09CE1VE Ah N S i7S 00009009000494009000000009900 more postmaster Kentucky Milt record members 4S Minute relives can P cures useful safe cure f he ing r and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the iiiality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The aura cent you pay for buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you Roasted COffl1 7 ARJi more ot better than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there is alist of each package In which the List is found the or her from the List subject only to the condition thatnature on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Dept You see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY purchaser has bought a definite part or some article to be elected by him Notion FINAL LOCATION Party of Engineers Now Making Fi nal Survey and Location or IlurelnJelllco Extension The Knoxville Sentinel of Saturday saysThe Southern Railway company is now apparently preparing to build the extension from Jellico Tenn to Bur gin Ky a distance of 105 miles giving a connection between the Knoxville division and the Louisville St Louis line A party of civil engineers in charge of W B Crenshaw of this city went to Jellico this morning to confer with W H Wells chief engineer of the Southern railway concerning the route The camping outfit and sup plies have been sent to Jellico from which pofnt another survey of the proposed line will be started Two surveys have been made already For some time the question of build ing this extension has been considered by the Southern railway After the original surveys were made nothing further was done until today The at titude of the city of Cincinnatis trus tees of the Cincinnati Southern road in regard to the renewal of the lease by the Southern railway and the de cision of the officials not to pay the rental asked by the trustees makes it almost a certainly that the line will be built W B Crenshaw who will have charge of the survey has just com pleted some work for the Southern in Alabama Last Monday he received instructions to report at Jellico today He spent Thursday in the city supplies for the engineering camp and also secured a cook and several other camp employes here by B C Miner resident engineer with headquarters at Atlanta who arrived in the city Thursday afternoon Mr Crenshaw left this morning for Jellico Before departing he was seen by a Sentinel reporter and asked regarding the building of the line He said The only thing I know about it is that I was ordered to Jellico where I am to meet Mr YenS who brings the remainder of the engineering party from North Carolina where theSouth ern has been dome some work 1 was also ordered to secure supplies for a camp and a cook B C M liner was also seen and he said Whether the Southern is going to build the line from Jellico to Burgin or not I do not know but party to make a survey has been ordered to Jellico today The route will be di rectly through he mountains and it will be a big undertaking toget a line through there It will mean the out lay tf a large sum of money It will take some time to make this survey but if it is built it will not take a great time to complete The building of the JellicOrBurgin line is accepted by many as indicating that the Southern railway intends to thereby I purchasing Accompanied a I I t i toodofleethe growing Anywhere between the plantation Begins in cut loose from the Louisville Nash ville on KnoxvilleLouisville business Heretofore the Southern has had to reach Knoxville from Louisville over the Lnuisville Nashville tracks and its sleepers and freight out of Louis ville by way of Jellico where handled by that road but with a line from Burgin to Jellico the Southern will have its own tracks from Louisville to Knoxville With the new line it will not only save a vast amount of money in tollsbut will have a direct line from St Louis and the West via Louisville to the Atlantic Seaboard at Forfolk as has previously been stated in The Sentinel The line will open up new and rich mineral fields ii Pulaski Lincoln Garrard and other southern Kentucky counties The line has been contem plated for some time and when it is completed it will make the Southern railway a greater trunk line from the west to the east as well as from the north to the south Such little pills as DeWitts Little Early Risers are very easily takenand they are wonderfully effective in cleansing theliver and bowels F P FrisbiP Before marriage a man swears to love After marriage he loves to swearThe merited reputation for curing piles sores and skin diseases acquired by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has led to the making of worthless coun terfeits Be sure to get only DeWitts Salve Frisbie The bonds of matrimony would be more popular if they paid cash divi dendsA ceremony is never a suc cess unless there is a hitch in it some where Cut this out and take it to McRot erts drug store and get a free sam ple of Chamberlains stomach and liv er Tablets the best physic They al so cure disorders of the stomach bil iousness and headache Poets take in the beauties of nature Their wives usually take in washing Whosoever has suffered from piles knows how painful and trublesome they are Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint inent is guaranteed to cure piles Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75c C C J E Stormes Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 each in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On is a good tobacco barn and on the a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in neignborhoods where other lands can be purchased oriented WILUAM tf Assignee 1 F P lone HERNDON f acres neighborhood desiring J The State of The Teeth is an index to the character The careful individual will not pet mit them to be discolored or decayed without consulting the DENTIST We make examinations free and give an estimate of the cost of put ting teeth in perfect order OUR DENTAL WORK is modern highclass and guaranteed ALLOY FILLS 75 CENTS Ask our pa tients about our superior work DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky toGovernmentBldg Richmond Ky Otlice open all night PUBLIC SALE I on the fourth Monday in January Court iiter Ky about eleven oclock a m sell to thehighest and best bidder a tract of laud con 22 acres and a function located on theLexington pike live miles from Lancaster op posite the of Thoj I Herring known as mation apply to the undersigned or Mason Pollard XAYLOK This Jan 9th 1901 ALL KINDS OP ROOFINGGUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all wor to be firstclass J B Collier slop over J C Robinsons hardware store rE- fined l IbO th 1or dayofM I U RKT II IU IU I I IU 0 I DO I I 1 j I I I I II I I I I I IIII IIII r 1 1 t tfL nM 1 f r 4 f CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAYJANUARY 10 igor ASCOT Lou Myers is visiting in Danville Benton Ashley has entered a medi cal school at Louisville Miss Elise Logan of Mitchellsburg is visiting Miss Pearl Bettis Miss Clara Hayden of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Miss Fannie Djtygave quite an en joyable party Friday evening Jacob Joseph was in Frankfort this week serving on the U S jury Richard Soper of Wallaceton has accepted a position in Wards mill Mr Chas W Frisbie went to St Louis yesterday on a business trip Misses Tine and Minnie Johnston visited friends in Lower Garrard last week Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington is visiting Mrs Banks Hudson Danville street Miss Bettina Anderson is visiting her sister Mrs T W Browning of Lex ington Miss Olive Wilds of visiting relatives in this city and county c Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington s the guest of Misses Bettie and Ma ry Burnside The handsome Miss Minnie Eas tham of Danville was a visitor in our city Monday A great many came over from Stan ford to attend the funeral of Miss Marie Warren Mr and Mrs Davis of Nicholas vilie have been visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden Mr W I Williams and family left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in CampbellsvilleMr is in Versailles Uicholasville and other towns looking for good horses Horace K Herndon has recovered Irom his recent illness sulliciently to be on the streets Mrs George McRoberts and Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford spent Saturday with Mrs J M Farra Mrs George Woods of Hubble gave a dining Saturday in honor of Mrs G B Swmebroad of this city Mrs Vesta Jordan and son J W of Indianapolis are visiting her par ent Mr and Mrs J W Puniphrey Miss Mollie F Smith who has been connected with Batsons dry goods store is enjoying a vacation and rest Mr Win Owsley of Burksville and grandson Owsley Grant of Louis Aille have been the guests of Mrs E PoorMisses Lillian Kinnaird Mary Gill and Dr J B Kinnaird attended the KinnairdWhite wedding at Gap Tuesday The engagement of Miss Mary Ows ley Robertson of Elizabethtown and Mr T B Wintersuiith of Louisville has been announced Miss Tevis Carpenter whose rare beauty and graceful dancing attracted the attention of all at the hop Tues day evening returned to her home in Stanford yesterday Mr J B Paxton and wife Mr Al Huffman and wife Mrs Kittie Burn side and M s Dr Carpenter of Stan fore attended the funeral if Miss Marie Warren Monday Miss Annie Austin gave a crokinole were Misses Katie Simpson Bessie Marksbury Messrs Will Embry Brown Eph Brown and John Simpson Mt Vernon Signal Miss Dove B Letcher has resigned her position in the college and leaves for her home in Richmond tomorrow It is certainly most unfortunate that the Institute must lose the splendid service of Miss She is a most thorough teacher in Latin and Greek She has r 1 JMiss Sallie Nicholasville- is Cumberland ty Friday evening Those present Ernest Letch j I S H ooeooo ooot l iEOPhGvoo- oooaoo isooooo0000000oooooaoo relives 6 g I i 1 1 I p i p 1 l J i done much to build up the school and is now leaving when it needs Being blessed with a very superior mind she is a great honor to the church and society She is not only loved by the pupils of the college but greatly admired by the people of our town and it is with sincere regret they must say good bye Mr and Mrs Royse assisted by Mrs Dr Amon entertained very at their home near McCreary on Friday evening in honor T Bradshaw and wife The following young people were present Misses Carrie Brown Ollie Hackley Jennie Hardin Mamie Kelley Eva and Em ma Jones Elzura Ray Nora Sanders Fannie Adistin Miss Coffey Misses Ball and Taylor Messrs JohnBrown Porter Wearen Eddie Simpson Burton John Hardin Mike Fau bush Harve Ben and Lewis Pherigo Robert Elam Scott and Charley Ham S B Sanders John HicksLuther Ray Jessie Walker Archideneand W B Bradshaw Alta Dave and Jones An elegant repast was guests remained until a late hour when all departed wishing Mr and Mrs Bradshaw a long and hap py life INTEREST AT KNOXVILLE Business Men there Realize the Im portance of Building Burgln Line The Knoxville JournalTribune of Saturday says There was considerable comment among business men and railroad yesterday over the exclusive an nouncement in the Journal and Tri bune of the day that the locating for the Burgin extension of the Southern railway in Kentucky would be begun immediately There is no question of the numerous advantages which will accrue in Knoxville from the building of this link of 105 miles which will connect the St LouisLou isville lines directly with the main lines of the Southern system in this city This will give another outlet by rail for Knoxvilles manufactured products and will in effect almost amount to the buildingof a competing line for it is assumed that the South erns decision to build this line means that the road will give up its lease of the Cincinnati Southern railroad at its expiration which will be during the coming summer This being the case it is provable that the Southern will be leased by some other company No intimation has been made as to a lease to a compe ting line of the Southern but it is not regarded as unlikely by local rail road officials that the Louisville and Nashville may take the Cincinnati Southern which would bring that system into almost direct competi tion with the Southern in this terri toryThe Cincinnati papers have had a great deal to say recently about the high price at which the trustees of the Cincinnati Southern were holding the lease of that property and have contained articles to the effect that if the road was not leased to the South ern president Spencer would certain ly build the Burgin extension which would result in cutting off a large share of Cincinnatis trade and divert ing millions of dollars of freight busi ness through other channels which have heretofore been carried over the Cincinnati Southerns tracks The Cincinnati Southern as is well known is owned by the city of Cincinnatiand is managed by a board of trustees and directors having been leased to repre sentatives of some of the larger sys tems ever since it was built For most of the time it has been part of the Queen Crescent Route between Cincinnati and New Orleans Show Marion Pearl commedians and dancers well and favorably known throughout the world are with The Gus Sun American Min strels Last season they were with the Primrose Minstrels Their knockabout work is funny enough to make a sick man laugh In fact they have the reputation of be longing to the front row of funny men Opera Rouse to night Thurs day Seats on sale at Stormes drug store Admission 25 35 and 50 cents Front seats reserved for children at 25 cents her most T A of Mr L Richard Sanders servedthe Jelico surveys Cincinnati g amusement Dockstader I college elegantly Willie the officials B CANDIESFancy mixed from 1 0 to 20c Lowneys Chocolates assorted in and 1 pound boxes Oranges Bannas Apples as fine a lot as the market affords Our stock of Groceries is full and complete Try our genuine New Or leans Molases We have absolutely pure Ma Syrup guaranteed Now is the time for you to get Seeded Raisins Currents Figs Etc Etc We have them Large California Prunes Evaporated Peaches and Apples Good Can Corn for 7c Come in and look at our line of Boots and Shoes We can certainly please you with quality and price We have just received a lot of Combination Suits Special price 60 cents V Yours Anxious to e 7 j PATTERSON 4 A 7 Lr r Oneata Pleaser SMPSON r A EVENT Bali Given Lancaster Hop Club an Enjoyable Event In Every Way The Lancaster Hop Club is to be congratulated upon the great success of the dance given Tuesday evening The spacious store room of Mr Jesse W Sweeney had excellent shape for the occasion and made an ideal place for dancing As admission tickets were issued there was a pleas ant absence of the objectionable ele ment that sometimes force themselves In on such occasions The young men were on their best behavior not one indulging in the use of liquor The evening was most pleasantly spent absolutely nothing occurring to mar the happiness of those present Music by Saxton was as it always is elegant and many enchores were given this the best band in Kentucky Below is a list of the young ladies or as many names as we were able to get in the crowd If any are omitted its not done intentionally Miss Pattie Miller Richmond white silkMiss Fannie Doty Lancaster white satinMiss Florence Harris Lancaster blue silk Miss Carrie Currey Lancaster pink organdieMiss Adams Richmond white organdieMiss Marksbury Lancaster helitrope silk foulard Miss Mattie Jenkins Lancaster blue organdie Miss Tevis Carpenter Stanford white organdie Miss Bessie Turley Richmond pink mull black lace Miss Margaret Gallaher Lancaster yellow organdie Miss Amy Davidson Lancaster pink silk waist black silk skirt Miss Florence Burnside Paint Lick white muslin blue ribbon Miss Clara Hayden Lexingtongreen silk with black trimmings Miss Gena Dunlap Lexingtongreen silk mull pink mask Miss Kate Smith Richmond black taffeta with net overdress Miss Lottie Webb Lexington grey silk mull violet trimmings Miss Maggie Tomlinson Lancaster pink silk waist black silk skirt Miss Bertha Burnside Lancaster blue silk waist black crepon skirt Miss Hattie Robertson Cynthiana pink crepe de chene with black apli queMiss Francis Collier Lancaster white silk waist grey crepe de chene skirtMiss Fay Packard Independence Mo black velvet bodice with black silk skirt The married folks were J E Stormes in white albatros bright blue ribbon Banks Hudson blue organdie J M Farra white broadcloth trimmed in gold J Fleece Robinson black skirt with rose broadcloth waist A H Rice black grenadine with green velvet waist John Baughman black grenadine trimmed in gold Louis Landram black grenadine over pink silk Chas Fris bie black crepon trimmed in white Jesse Sweeney brown broadcloth The following young gentlemen were present Dr H M Blanton Tom Collins James Wagers Wm Feland Will Walker Joe Tevis Rich mond Will West Harry Robinson H Kinnaird Ed and John Doty John Burnside Louis West Brannon Beaz ley Louis Herndon F B Marksbury Ode Shugars Alex Denny John E Stormes John Farra Chas FrIsbie Banks Hudson Frazer Gallaher Harry Francis Bass Louis Landram and some ten or fifteen more At eleven oclock supper was an nounced and all repaired to the New Garrard where the following delight ful menu was served in elegant style by mine host T B Long The ta bles were handsomely decorated the bright silverware dazzling on the snowwhite linen The guests were loud in their praise of the supper which proves that Mr Long is a hotel man who understands the business MENU BLUE POINTS PICKLES RADISIIES COLD TURKEY HAM BOILED TONGUE SCALOPED and OYSTERS POTATO CHIPS PEAS DEVILED EGGS SALADS CHICKEN SALMON COLD SLAW BEATEN BISCUIT COLD BREAD VANILLA ICE CREAM FRUIT CAKE ICE CREAM CAKE TEA COFFEE 281 Prom 1 to 500 That might be a riddle or an invi tation to a church fair but it isnt Its a concise way of calling public to the fact The Royal Tailors of Chicago us to reduce prices on Fall and Patterns all the 1 to 5 per weve Our prices on this high grade tailoring were very low before but iovft they afford absolutely the best vestment a man ever made in the wa of dYess Come and see these patterns we them all costs you nothing to look and but little to buy and our guar antee is your safetyvalve And heres a frlendlv tip They wont last always J CT Hemphill Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood JBRILLIANT by in t o f FRIED tha bay autl brazed 28 Whiter wa from suitand don it i h ve mphou e if i t Y J beenput i Mesdames colored STUFFED OLIVES attention Overflow Local John B Laskey Agent for Nicho lasville Laundry All work Headquarters Logan Dry Goods Store Give him a trialjan10tf Card of Thanks My wife joins me in sincere thanks for the many beautiful gifts we at the hands of our friends of Lancaster May rich spiritual rewards be yours L Robinson and wife We have had 27 years experience in j the carriage business and are now bet ter equipped for doing all kinds of repair work than ever before First class machanics in every branch of it W J Romans An Upright office desk and large book case also a number of very valu able law books Apply to jan3 Chas W Frisbie Crockery For Sale Mrs H Singleton has rented out the front rooms of her house but will continue to keep all kinds of crockery for sale at low prices She will con tinue to keep the stock at her resi on Lexington street Since some of THE RKCOHDS rail road predictions are panning out just that way its really amusing to see some of the old croakers squirm They said THE RECORD didnt know noth ing no how Well mabe theyll change their tune now Gus Suns Minstrels have made themselves forever solid with the pec pIe of Hillboro Not only is the composed of firstclass gentlemen throughout but all are firstclass Hillsboro O Press Opera House to night Fine Horses Mr W B Burton bought three ex tra fine horses at Richmond court Monday He bought of Joe Chenault a 4yearold combined gelding for 135 another fine 4yearold gelding of Fox for 125 and a handsome coach horse of Barker of Lexington at 140 Business For ale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker tf Bryantsville The scenery used by the Gus Sun American minstrels is called a spec tacular transformation first part It is said to be the most beau tiful ever used by a minstrel compa ny Opera House to night Prices lower than ever for such a greatshow Card of Thanks- I desire to thank thepeople of Lan caster that have been so kind to me since I have been with them and es pecially those dear friends that stood so very near during the sickness and death of my darling baby Maggie T Hobbs Attempted Suicide F B Crooke the Richmond man who attempted to take his own life in the Stag hotel Cincinnati was well known in Lancaster and had many friends here There was no more pop ular young man than Bud Crooke and many friends hope he will soon recover his health Banks Elect Directors At the annual election of directors of local banks the following were chosen CITIZENS NATIONAL- T M Arnold L Y Leavell B F Hudson J J Walker J M Higginbotham THE NATIONAL Saml Cochran A C Robinson Alex R Denny W H Kinnaird Jho E Stormes Harding Miller IttuIc Co The strong combination of Harding Miller and Harding Riehm the largest line of pianos and organs in central states lowest prices easiest terms and best instruments in the world Business booming If I am too busy to talk to you leave your or der with E W Harris North West corner Public Square where you will find samples of our goods for Geo M Overman Salesman Oh Is That The Danville Advocate after say ing the objective point of all the rail roads of the country was Danville or words to that effect opens its head and gives voice to this If Danville gets the road Danville will become the metropolis of the richest sections of Kentucky Will she get it That is fur the peo pie of Boyle county to say It is theirs if they are willing to put up So it is a case of put up is it Well if the good county of Boyle is as successful in putting up this time as she was when the Cincinnati South tern was built Garrards cake is all dough sure Lived a Century A special from McKinney says Mrs Pauline Francis who was born in a log cabin about the center of where the town of Lancaster Ky now stands 108 years ago died near this place Friday afternoon Until quite recently she retained her mental remarkably well while physically she was the better of six out of a young women Her hair was as black and straight as an Indians and her teeth as sound as dollars She re membered much of the early history of the State and could tell of many of the dangers battles and privations of trio early wttlew received For Sale ence artists setting inspection I I 1 guaranteed company r dt Iii of powers dozen IS y j 4 Ell Got There Eli Perkins began his lecture at the Court house in this city last night A large audience heard the man The police were called in at an early hour this morning and the lecturer forced to bring his remarks to a close Few deaths are reported If threats of a repetition are heard the authorities will quarantine against him You get your moneys worth when you hear the gifted Eli The members of the Democratic Committee of Garrard county are re quested to meet at lIon R H Tbm linsons office on Monday January 28 at 10 oclock a being county court day for the purpose of making nominations for the county officesand for the transaction of such business as may come before them All candid ates can have a hearing before nomi nations are in order T B ROUINSON Chm M D HUGHES Secy 4t Boyle Endorses Lillard At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee of Boyle county at the court house in Danville Ky on Saturday Jan 5th 1901 the following resolutions were unanimously adopt ed WHEREAS During the 32 years ex istence of the Eighteenth Senatorial District Lincoln county has had three Democratic nominees for Senator Ca pired term Garrard county has had two nominees of said party and Boyle county has had only one and believing that each county should have its just ors as lung as it presents worrhv and capable men and further believing by any fair and reasonable t iocea of reasoning Boyle county is entitled to the nominee at this time and that the district will accord her the same PROVIDED She presents a capable and good man Such a man we have in Capt E W Lillard who is the very embodiment of true Democracy loyal and unflinching in his adherence and fealty to his partys principles and a business man in every way worthy of the honor sought and who we believe if given the nomination will carry our flag to victoryResolved that we present the name of Capt E W Lillard to the Democ racy of the Eighteenth Senatorial Dis trict of for the Democratic nomination with full faith in the jus of our cause and with the belief that the other counties will do justice to Boyle county and accord Capt Lil lard the nominationREED NICHOLS Ohm J W COOK Secretary Brand New Circus The following is telegraphed from New York For the benelit of those who go to see the animals and take the children we reproduce it Glad tidings for the children came from James A Bailey the partner of the late P T Barnum It was the announcement that at the cost of 500000 he was going to organize a new circus for America to be Barnum Baileys on Earth The old Barnums will never come to America It has passed into the hands of British stockholders and while Mr Bailey is chief shareholder it is really a British institution Mr Bailey came to New York from Eu rope on Wednesday to make the pre liminary arrangements for the new show 4 PROHIBITION IN KENTUCKY An Eye Opener for the North A Louisville engraving firm will shortly complete the work of making a unique and interesting for the Kentucky Temperance Societies It will be so designed and arranged with shades and dots as to show the wet sections and the dry of the State and strange to say the dry area will overshadow the wet spots in the proportion of about nineteenths to onetenth This state of facts will be calculated to startle northern and eastern people It will upset one of the pet traditions of the Yankee play wright and destroy a part of the stock in the tradeof the Yankee paragraph er The Rev Geo W Young of Lou isville Field Secretary of the Ken tucky Temperance Societies charge of the collecting of data for the map He has been engaged on the task for some months The result of his labors has been astonishing even to the creator of the plan It is shown that there are remarkably few wet counties in Kentucky Thirty of Kentuckys counties are en tirely dry as many more are wet in one spot or to be more exactliquor is retailed only at the county seat All but five are dry in spots that is there are no retail liquor stores in voting precincts The five entire ly wet counties are located mostly on the slopes of Muldraughs Hill where peach orchards and small brandy distilleries are Most of the entirely dry counties are located in the mountain counties of East Kentucky Of course illicit distilling and blind tigers thrive in all or nearly all of the local option counties There are only four places where liquor is sold openly and legally in the seventh Appellate dis trict which is composed of twenty one big counties in the 9th 10th and llth Congressional districts Ex County Lancaster 4th Monday Paris 1st Monday Richmond 1st Monday Lexington 2nd Monday Stanford 2nd Monday Georgetown 3rd Monday Danville 3rd Monday Nicholasville 3rd Monday Winchester 4th Monday Versailles 4th Monday r n distinguished Call moo party representation tic known- as New andGreat est Show map has altogether numerous Days l f i n T lvL A again certain licensed Cart ypL ft You have patronized us liberally during the past year and we appre ciate it We shall be even more grateful if you will now call and pay your McROBERTS Druggist Please Take Notice As my creditors in the cities are crowding me it is absolutely necessary that I have all that is owing me immediately This is very important so please at Once and Make a Settlment This is meant fog all that owe me and I trust my friends will respond to my appeal K3fr 0 0 0 00 C PURE DRUGS FAINTS DILS STATIONERY o i r R E VV aClIcccagc ocOOOOOO OQOOOQ OOOCCCOCCCOOOOOOOOOCoOOOOOOQQOOCOOOco I i I I iCall I I SALLi E D TI LLETTOOOQ OCOtOOQroa COO a 0 0 0 OGO I a ooooc Qcc oool J I II11 account u 1 Fine Cigars Prescriptions Accurately Cnm pnundEd Garrard County Friends Always Welcome STOUTLILLARD DANVILLED4 r W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOH STON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZLEYV DENTISTTeeth extruded without pain wth Vitalized Air Office in the Bookout Ruildtnir Danville street oppo te Fresbyerittu church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms BUNK 900000 J LANCASTER A RDKNNY President JNO E STOBMKS Vice President S C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMERY DIRECTORS Sam Cochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormea W HKlnnalrd AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants kWNew York Underwriters lllijEferpool London Globe North British Merchautile L F HUBBLE Z493 THE NATIONAL CAPITAL l OF j SURPLUS 1IOOOOOt s KY Bookkeeper D KINNAIRD INSURANCE ReDr ntin Followin CODlDani s 1 f s 0 L R1 Tose AOtM LffeIlL ti Tobaccos Pine Farm For Sale I will sell my farm containing 512 K acres miles south ol Bryunts ville There is u splendid 2story dwHlliug containing six rooms on the place good barn ice house granary aid all other necessarj out buildings Neverfailing water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other busines in exchange HENRY KUIILMAXN 320 tf Bryantsville Ky For State Senate We are authorized to annontcc lion George T Farris as a candidate for renomination for State Senator in this district comprising the counties of Lincoln UoyleGarrard and Casey subject to the action of the Democratic party For Senator We are authorized to announce E W LIHard Democratic party For Assessor I am a candidate for nomination for of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party CLINT AUMsiTRONG OHQANIZED 188- 3rlTIZBIS HATIONAL MlOF LAHOABTEB FT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOUCITKU Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed Presiden VIcePreaideni Cashier Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper yawls Y LsAVitLt B y HuDsoN W O RI6NZY T Jt ABMOU DIRECTORS HAK LEWIS Y LXJLYIU B F Hntaow privately situated goodfence Senatorfor J J X HIGSUUIOTR 11 VALIEF 134 Assessor 1 CD WALxZE LMHIeeIN3rn Burtons 11 LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale JSALE 4 w B BLJRtON 7VT- N BloodPoisonThere is no so contagious so deceptive and so destructive Dont too sure are cured because all external signs of the disease have disappeared and the says sons have been dosed with Mercury and Potash for months or and pounced cured to realize when too late that the disease was only covered up like Begets Likes out again and to their sorrow and those nearest and dearest to them have been infected this loath some disease for no other poison is so from to child as a case of Rheumatism Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease an old ire or ulcer developing in middle life can be traced to con life for it remains smoldering in the tem forever unless and driven out in the beginning S S S is the only antidote virus the only remedy known that can it out of the blood and it does this so thoroughly and effectually that there is never a return of the to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards I l Contagious on are surface to break mortification surelytransmitted tinover- come SSS cures Contagious any all stages contains no to break down your constitution it is Blood i purely vegetable and the only blood fier known cleanses the at the same time builds up the general healthOur little took on contagious blood is the most complete ever issued not tells all about this disease but also how to cure yourself at home It is free and should be hands of everyone seeking a cure Send for it THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA READING LYING DOWN Here Are Some Arguments to Show It I Not an Injurious Practice There is no valid reason to be urged against using the eyes in a proper manner in a recumbent position such use is the least tiresome and can be persisted in for longer periods with out damage than any other position We all know says Everybodys that grave damage is often done by reading in a recumbenjt posture but I fear oculists are largely at fault Had it been the universal prac tice during the past 20 or 30 jears to give careful directions how to read lying down instead of saying to one and all You must not read lying down there would be less nearsight and better eyes in the community than now exist Three easily avoided errors cause all the damage possible front reading lying down the first often leading to the other two are insufficient or wrongly directed light short reading distance and tip ping the book out of a plane at to the line of vision It is common for people to lie down to read at a distance from a good light and often the light is not only poor but in such a direction that it is impossible to hold the book prop erly and illuminate it at all Some times the light is in front which al ways throws the print in shadow ne cessitating a close reading distance which is likely to produce cramping of the ciliary muscles congestion of all the internal structures and perma nent progressive nearsight Or in to secure even better light it is necessary to tip the book so that both the ciliary and extrinsic muscles are overworked and eye tire soon super venes If however everyone reading lying down will so arrange his lounge or bed that the light comes the head without striking the eyes and falls well upon the page if he will hold his book at a long reading distance and take care that the line of letters shan be at right angles to the line of vision all of which may require a book rest lie can be sure to do his eyes no than if he were sitting up lore than this there is a large credit in favor of reading lying down The recumbent posture allows more rest of all the bodily structures than the sitting posture and there is greater possibility of resting and repair in that position Those who have tried it know the benefits accruing after a hard days work from the reading which the press of business makes an absolute necessity and I have met busy practitioners of cine who felt the need of this rest but were afraid to take it because of a superstition that they might ruin their eyes One more fact is to the credit side of the score Whenever possible we bring gravity into play to relieve especially that of a passive type It has long been recognized that throwing the bead slightly back beyond the perpendicular brought gravity into play to empty the chor and those of the uveal tract which are principally overfilled by prolonged eye work but why we have failed to carry this to its logical conclusion is a mystery It is so that carrying the head back to a izontal position so absolutely gestion by gravity and it is a very problem that it seems strange that we have not been all our patients with weak eyes and internal congestions to practice so far as possible rending in a dorsal recumbent position with the head raised only so much as is necessary to make the position perfectly comfor table I feel sure that such advice out with absolute care as to light und the of the book would in the case of a thousand busy people add largely to the number of hours which reading could be indulged in without detriment to the eyes or gen of 14MU1 bloodand I I The I order almost congestion oidalveins horI the whole problem of a relief of a conI important advising carried position instructive Magazine righ tangles over mor Charm med i S BIG PROFITS FROM OTTERS Some Pelt Secured in Northwestern Waters Bring 9500 ing the Animal The most beautiful stretch of ocean beach to be found anywhere on the Pacific coast of the United States is the wide expanse of spotless and glit tering sand which lies between Grays harbor and the Quiniault river There may be seen an unbroken area of 20 miles in length and at low tide from three to five miles in widjh which would make a moonlight playing ground for the houris says the Port land Oregonian There are many tower like struc tures at regular distances of perhaps a mile each which excite the curiosi ty of the many coast line steamers plying between San Francisco and northern ports These are the towers or shooting boxes of sea otter hunt ers They are built of tall slender poles generally four in number sunk to a great depth and fixed securely in the sand and surrounded by a small box covered with a roof to protect its occupants from the burning sun Cleats securely fastened to the poles from bottom to top afford the hunter means of ingress and egress The hot sun which blazes fiercely on this wide expanse of white sand months of July and it almost to a burning point and the waters of the tide rolling and curling over this hot sand become deliciously warm This is the playing ground of the sea otter the place where to spend their holidays They leave their homes in the far off rocky islands where there are no sand beaches and the green waters are cold and deep and come here like people to a watering place to spnd the summer months in rolling and tumbling about in this warm water in a perfect ecstasy of delight They leap and play about in the foaming breakers and polish their beautiful skins by hugging the sandy bottom and allowing the ocean swells to drive and throw them about as they will Although sea otters have the timidi ty which is natural to all wild ani mals they are better able to protect themselves than any of the other ani mals which have their homes in the sea The swiftness of their move ments makes it possible for them to catch any kind of small fish and thus they can appease their with the daintiest food No shark can catch them they could be 20 feet away while Mr Shark was turning on his back and if the shark were directly beneath them they could throw themselves five feet in the air like a kaleidoscopic ball while the ugly monster was snapping his jaws The hunter is in his box the tide is coming in and with a powerful field glass to assist his practiced eye he eagerly scans each coining roller The has been here every day for a week and his rifle has lain untouched by his side To day something may happen All at once lIe starts and mutters a little ejaculation he sees He will soon know what it is for the swells are coming swiftly and the distance between himself and the object lIe has seen will be quickly lessened Yes there it is again there is no mistake It is an otter not more than GOO yards away The lays down his glass and there is 500 or 600 worth of beautiful shin ing fur plainly visible to the naked eyeThe man in the tower picks up his Sharps rifle inserts a 120grain car ridge in the chamber and there is a wicked wistful gleam in the keen eye of the hunter as he raises his weapon for the first shot There is a flash a recoil and a report which is scarcely distinguishable in of the breakers to the man who holds the gun Ammunition is no and with lightning rapidity he loads and fires his piece The otter will not be more than ten feet from where he was when the hunter pulled the trigger when he gets there and that hunter can hit a bounding deer at 300 yards twice out of five shots The otter is enjoying himself in the dangerous company of bullets which are doing their best to find him Another huge breaker brings him within 200 yards of the blazing rifle A quick recoil of the heavy gun turns the hunter half round there is an unnatural splash which tells the man something has happened He strains his eyes no need of his glass to see there is blood in the water and this tells him that there is a big hole some where in that 500 No need to shoot again no otter could bleed like that and not be ivashed ashore The hunter lays down his heated gun there will be no more otters in sight today He sees his game almost opposite his tower it is drifting helplessly toward the shore That skin is his and its possession means that he will have everything he wants for another year if he does not fire a single shot With a yell of delight he flies the shanty on the bluff to tell his mother and the half dozen or so of other little halfbreeds what has happened and they all come trooping down the beach as fast as their legs can carry them The tide is going out now and the blood of the otter stains the sand which has lured him to destruction and the ebbing ripples tenderly caress for the last time the pretty animal which has been their playmate all its life and the sea will moan for the freebOrn thing which has always had a home in its bosom Some way or another the news spreads quickly and other hunters crowds of Siwashes come trooping the dead otter from all diree j EachShoot durin August heats incoming theycome easily I hunger something hunter roaring object I awa I murderous and toward the toward A Messing loan women Great and comfort comes into every household when the virtue of Mothot is known No more by expectant mothers as all is prevented the use of Mothers Friend the marvelous liniment There is nothing like itB F DROWN of W ddni La writes of wifes Meads hare used Mothers Friend before confinement would not pus through the ordeal again without baring it even cost 25 per bottle nervousness U Maul lIt I Sent On orprieI00 pBetUe Book n ItII JWIItherhoOd ritten especially for and mIddllred 110 Cree lee TIlE BBUtFIELB IUlG1JLATOa C8t 1 I I jj t I J t toRctrnct You ought to take down that sign You sold me some of 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