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PIVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in LancatUr KU as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 24 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 0 1 IJ t tntttiI NUMBER ye x tttoth i i Buy your Plows Plow Gear Wagon Breeching From us and save money We have a lot of Col lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains The best and most complete line HARNESS and SADDLERY We have ever had and our prices will please you J R flASELDEL J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors I DOOCCDOOOOCClc ooooccooooOCCCCCD oooooooeooo0doooooooeoooooooaoood t c Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty 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 ull i 1 l I9ANCAST6RANOf t- O II I t o cle coo C 00 00000 D 0 DO 0 Co 0 Ott000400 eeoeweeooosee eeeooveoooeoeseeeeeooeeoeoe o uICINITy Fresh oysters at T Currys Boiler Engines repaired ri built by Conn Ny Odds and ends in mens underwear for less than cost Logan Robinson No politics will go Monday Only railroad talk will be allowed on streets For rent a nice office of two rooms on Lexington street For terms ap ply to Mrs Dr ONeal Theres only one more important matter than the railroad to be looked after Mondaytbats paying your to THE RECORD Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf A few left to go at Cost As I am increasing and improving my reposi tory I will sell at cost anything you solicit in my stock of buggies at Conns Carriage Shop Dressed Up Lancasters efficient chief of D Turner blossomed out in a new uniform Monday It bears more brass buttons than the suit of country mil itary schoolboy W W Withers of Stafford sells Bed Room Suits Jtolding Beds Bed Lounges Ports Chairs Carpets Rugs Drug gets Wall Paper Window Shades Curtain Poles Picture Frames Lace Curtains c Think About We are here to stay All we have is located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesome haircut Certainly not Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan the old reliable barber tf For Police Judge M D Hughes is a candidate for po lice judge of the city of Lancaster subject to any action that may be ta ken by the democratic committee He has had some experience on the bench and is a licensed attorney If elected he promises to conduct the office by the high standard which its dignity uggests fixtures the subscription all police- S D yen Mat ke stacks i t Couches Thus No Time to Lose 1 Bargain Hunters Like All II Other Hunters Must g 1 Act Quickly We are cleaning out our Fall and Winter stock at greatly reduc ed prices We do not stop at cost in many instances go below cost so if you want to secure some of these Great Bargains you must hurry up or you will miss an op portunity to buy good merchan dise for little money CeM M M M MMCe 9MO Just Received A new line of hamburgs and laces which we will sell at Special Low Prices during our Clearance Sale Ita Logan Dry Goods Co v 3 j i j OQooccOooocoO OOOOOCOOOOCCCCOOOGGOooooooooocco000000 e f r rt i t l i v 2 1 t oo o 0 Q Q Q L p eg oo oaoo o oo o oMO o veo o I E 5 I s a eel e ee ee ar- V e 1 Q Q 1 Q New stock sterling silver son wedding presents at Thomps nsl I When you come to court take a meal at the new Garrard Hotel Withers charges are nothing for showing goods And nothing is charg ed when you buy Terms cash The successful Disc Plow made is the ClUanooga Disc sold by Ed The Grand House in Cincin nati burned nightbeforelast It was the finest theatre in Cincinnati Traveling men receive prompt and polite attention at the Garrard Hotel Fine sample rodms with abundance of light When you come to Withers Mam moth store come posted in quality and prices The are on the floor to show their Dont fail to see ladies shoes at 50 75 100 and 125 These prices are twenty five less than manufacturers cost Logan Lobinson Special Sunday Meals The new Garrard Hotel makes a specialty of Sunday dinners and sup pers All delicacies of the season pre pared in excellent manner The Cynthiana Democratic says since the Bell has bought the Paris independent exchange it has cut the connection betveen the two places thereby causing much inconvenience to telephone patrons We have had 27 years experience in the carriage business and are now bet ter equipped for doing all kinds of repair work than before First class machanics in every branch of it W J Romans Houses Numbered Street names will be placed at the various street corners last of this week and the streets laid off for numbering the houses The work will be done by the same company that has jnst finished the same work in Stanford Republican Meeting At the meeting of the county com mittee yesterday the republicans did nothing save order meetings held at Paint Lick depot and McCreary next Saturday to nominate candidates for justice of the peaceand constable in those districts A Coon Shooting Anderson Leavell better known as Hugger was shot and dangerously wounded by Cary Robinson another crawl on his allfours He and the Robinson negro were in Huggers blind tiger when the trouble came up Robinson says the shot was accidental DavisonGilbert Content Election Committee No 1 will re port the DavisonGilbert contest to the House this week and the report will be in favor of Gilbert It is un derstood the WilliamsGilbert contest in the next Congress will nor be the Kentucky Republican mem bers of Congress desiring to their strenght on the MossRhea case About the Revenue Office Judge James Denton the new Col lector for the Eighth district was in Danville preparatory to assuming the duties of the office He said that the office would probably remain in Dan ville though Richmond is expected to make every effort to have it taken back to that place Judge Denton said also that reports of wholesale changes in the revenue force were premature as he had made no Rev Mr Faulconer Called A special from Hillsboro Ohio to the Cincinnati Enquirer gives the news which is gratifying to the many friends of the able young minister here in his home town It saysRev H N Faulconer was called to be the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church Tuesday by one of the larg gest congregtlonal meetings ever seen The vote was unanimous He has preached here as a stated supply for one year and his sermons have been spiritual able instructive and inter esting The church has Been blessed under his ministry Lancaster Mans Success Mr R L Elkin who took several pens of chickens to the Louisville Poultry Show was very successful with his fowls Notwithstanding the fact that there were chickens from the United States there to pete he captured four first three second three third and one fourth prizes In addition he took the sweep ribbon for highestscoring black chicken exhibited all varieties com peting He also took six special prizes Mr Elkin raises the Minorca and is one of the most successful poultry raisers in Kentucky T Mon m C Gain s our percent promises bitof f fl ny Opera re clue ever Hugger f pushed concentrate following allover corn stake Black Mens and boys caps at your own price Logan Robinson Boys and childrens suits to close out regardless of cost Logan Always on top in quality and at the bottom With three or four large rooms the Garrard Hotel cannot be surpassed in appointments for travel ing men Sixtyfour of Jessamine countys most prominent farmers who bought the Hancock Disc plow say it has no equal Sold by Ed C Gaines John B Laskey for Nicho lasville Laundry work guaran teed Headquarters Logan Dry Goods Store Give him a trialjan10tf House For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson j Coal and FeedM Best coal on cheaper grade tho e who prefer quantity to v a good cheap coal Ship stuff shelled oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill Contracts Let The fiscal court was quite busy this week examining bids on turnpike work The court succeeded in n aking with reliable partiesto furnish metal at 650 and a little less per rod This is considered a very fair figure Endorsed Miss Lusk At the last meeting of the Garrard county Colored Teachers Institutethe following resolution was unanimously adoptedRESOLVED that we admire the ac tion of the Superintendent in behalf of the colored schools in Garrard coun ty as well as the great interest man ifested in our Institute work and that she be retained in office larding Muller Music 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 with E W Harris North West corner Public Square where you will find samples of our goods for Geo M Overman Salesman To Knights of Pythias The Stanford lodge has arranged for an entertainment to be given in that city by the Chicago Glee Club on the night of the 25th The proceeds are to shared by that lodge As the entertainment is rare meritand the cause one in which all Knights are interested a large delegation should go over from here Remember the date tomorrow Friday night and go over and help the Stanford brothers swell the crowd Hows Tills for The Bastin Company of this place fulfilled some months since a con tract to build a metalic circuit half way to Richmond via McCreary and Round Hill The Richmond company met him at Paint Lick creek with a similar line but before connection was finally made the old monopoly se cured the Richmond plant and the winter winds are now flopping the swinging ends of the wires against the poles at a half way point for the reas on that the octopus wont allow a con nection made The MossBack Merchant A man went into a store and asked if he could rest for a few hours says the Prowler in Winchester Democrat The proprietor who had just removed a nest of new born mice from a coffee grinder told him he could and then asked him why he didnt a hotel The man replied I am suffering from nervous prostration and the doc tor said to get a quiet place to rest and as I see you do not advertise I knew that I could not find a quieter place And with that he settled back in his chair and watched the swallows build their nest in Death of Mrs Burt Spencer The many Lancaster friends of Mr Burt Spencer were deeply grieved the following item in Mondays Louisville Times Mrs Alicia Barnes wife of Mr Burt Spencer died Sunday night at the home of her mother Mrs W W 523 West Oak street of periton itis Unusually sad circumstances characterized Mrs Spencers death her wedded life being limited to six weeks Mrs Spencer twentytwo years old and a young woman whose lovable character had drawn about her a wide circle of warm friends She became ill two ago but no alarm felt until five days ago when her condition suddenly took a turn for the worse The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 11 oclock from the residence and the burial will be in Cave Hill Cemetery Q qUan i prices rrey sample alwa s land also a fo quali t contracts 6e one of Hit go to t cheese case Barnes was i l 9Jr S S Robinson ityand Tr Agent Robinson request d order inspect- Ion tread weeks was 55u k Withers at Stanford sets the pace and makes the prices Overcoats twenty per cent less than cost Logan Robinson Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Dont forget we are buggy harness See our prices WJJ Romans Everyone warming up the question Now is the time for little talk and big contributions brethren W W of Stanford has just completed with various factories cp ell goods to the retail trade on a basis Conn is rushed so much that he has not time to in this issue but dont fail to get his prices on in his line upon placing your Col Frank Embry of Middlesboro was here last week on a short visit He and Josh Burdett are in the Magic City and we are glad to learn are making money hand over fist Just think for a moment what you want this spring in house furnishing goods make a memorandum then come to Withers place Stanford and buy onefourth more with your money than you can get elsewhere 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 to keep the stock at her on Lexington street Why Is It Why dont you run a newspaper like that a merchant said to a reporter the other day throwing out a Chicago daily For the same reason you tlont run a store like that the reporter replied turning to a full page of a Chicago house showing a twelvestory building The mer chant looked attentively at the pictur for a moment and said I never look ed at it that way before No we guess not Cynthiana Democrat The members of the Democratic Committee of Garrard county are to meet at lIon R II Tom linsons office on Monday January 28 at 10 oclock a m 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 can have a hearing before are in order T B ROBINSON Chm M D HUGHES Secy 4t Railroad Building The following figures will of interest to our readers just now It shows Kentucky at the tail end of the list Can you tell why she stands thereThe figures compjled by the Railway Age show that the construction of railroads in the United States in 1GOO was less than in 1890 The returns thus far received show that not less than 4322 miles of tract have been laid in the United States during the year 1900 on 330 in fortyfour States Texas heads the list with 318 miles Pennsylvania comes next with 276 while Kentucky is credited with only 33 281 From 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 at tention to the fact that The Royal Tailors of Chicago authorized us to reduce prices on 281 Fall and Patterns all the way from 1 to per it Our prices on this hign tailoring were very low before they afford best vestment a man ever in the dress Come and see these patterns we have them all costs nothing to look and but little to our is your safetyvalve And heres a friendly tip They wont last always J C Heniphill State Organizer Coming Rev W M Likins State organizer for Prohibition work and Prof Karl Taylor a noted vocalist will give free entertainments in Lancaster on the evenings of January 24th and 25th at the court house These are consecra ted men battling against the greatest foe of God and now entrenched behind the legislative bulwarks of our government both Federal and State as no other evil has ever been in our However much men may dir ter as to the methods of dealing with this evil these men will make saloon sentiment wherever they are heard by the people No unkind crit icisms or personalities will be indulg ed in Their work is educational and preparatory and is in accord with the frequently repeated resolutions of most of our church bodies It is that every friend of law and good order temperance and righteousness will out to hear these men Dr J D Smith State Chm I 11 headquarters- for on gements w olesale advertise business- in A Call requested doubtless- be lines 5 suitand wevec one grad butnow mad way of ou buyand man anti 0 J railroad Withers rr anything order continue residence advertisement candidates nominations liars Winter absolute the guarantee history hoped come a t t Crokinole boards andothergames I at Thompsons All kinds of carriage work and re pairing at Conns There are thirty cases of smallpox in Somerset Pay your accounts and save cost Logan Robinson Ed C Gaines is agent for Hancock Disc Plow first and best ever brought to Garrard county Any broadminded person would naturally be a can read ily see that Withers stock is clean and uptodate Sixty acres of land four miles from Lancaster Dwelling and out houses Well watered Apply to Will Hill Grass Laud for Rent About 350 acres of good grass land located near Bryantsville Hallie B Sweeney Bryantsville 17tf Think About This A local or home telephone company spends its earnings with the people who get its service and dosent send the money from the State as does the monopoly Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood Let V Prove This You dont have to run off to other towns to get a good hand made We are building them in Our own little city Come see the material in them Money can not buy material than we are putting in these buggies W J Romans Western Rates Reduced Greatly reduced oneway rates will be in effect from Chicago via the Central Railway to points in Minnesota North Dakota Montana Idaho Oregon Washington and Columbia each Tuesday February 12th and continuing un til April 30th For detailed inquire of nearest ticket agentor address T D Campbell D P A W 42 Carew Building Cincinnati 0 or Jas C Pond Genl Passenger Agent Milwaukee Wis Jan24tf Much Sickness The doctsrs say there was sickness from grip colds and whooping cough thanis now in the town and county The worst sufferers are those wrangling with the grip and in some cases serious results have been feared The physicians say grip is hard to manage as no two cases seem to yeild to the same treatment It seems to be in a worse form this winter than ever before There are fully seventyfive severe cases in town while out in the country its as thick as hops Progressing Nicely The committee appointed to solicit subscriptions for the new railroad is meeting with great success seem to have awakened to the importance of securing the road and the liberal manner in which they are delving into their jeans shows they are in earnest this time and will do all that can be done to get the road THE RECORD began to think the ro ject would go by the board in this county but we are more encouraged than ever on the subject We have said all along that the road would be constructed and any one who is to think otherwise will have the scales removed from his optics if he will only study the case THE GRIP What It Is How to Avoid It and How to Cure It Slight chills accompanied by shiv ering then soreness of the eyes and headaches these followed by frequent sneezing heat and soreness at the top of the larynx along the course of the windpipe with hoarseness and dry cough flying pains in the back knees parts of the body weight and anxiety in the region of the heart depression of spirits together with sudden and extraordinary prostrating strengthKeep warm and well fed wear warm underclothing Dont be afraid to wear rubbers It is more important to keep the feet dry and warm than any other part of the body Get a full eight hours sleep and take a cold bath on arising if you can stand it If you cant stand the bath hire a masseur If you cant afford massage have the body rubbed down Avoid excesses of all kinds especi ally in eating and thinking but dont go too long without food A good cure for the grip is the Jowing Phenacetine scruples salol 2sciu pIes quinine salicylate 1 scruple Mix into 20 pills Take one pill every hour for four and then one eve ry two hours for three or four dose New York Journal t x about Chattanooga who ju For Sale buggy going better Wisconsin commencing CRy The people inclined thoroughly andvarious fog hours t t t a ge ire British information nevermore measles Y ntr d JF L4 c i The best bargains in Harness Sad dIes Bridles c at Conns 100 pairs of ladiesshoes below cost Logan Robinson A few pairs of Buell Bootees left that we will close at cost Logan Robinson When you come in Monday come prepared to go down in your contribute toward the railroad Dont forget W M Linkens state accompanied by Prof J Karl Taylor a noted singer at court house Jan 24 and 25 I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey Bro Ira Parton has been called as pastor to the Pleasant Point church near Kingsville Lincoln county He preached for that church three years and three months Successful Start The Garrard Hotel is now open and has all appointments complete for the entertainment of guests The fare cannot be surpassed by any house in Kentucky Our spring stocks of buggies sur ries phaetons and road wagons are now coming in and are the largest and most complete lines ever in Price cant be duplicatedW Business For Sale Having made arrangements to in other business will sell my stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker tf Bryantsville Give Us a Trial Stationary printed at this office is giving the best of satisfaction says an exchange Last week we printed a thousand statements for one man and he collected a small fortune Three weeks ago a young man bought of us some paper and envelopes to use in writing to his sweetheart he is One other young man forged the name of a friend to a check here and he is now in the Another fellow stole some to make cigarettesand he is dead By using our stationary you can old accounts tell fortunes make rain change color of the hair have teeth extracted without pain find out the name of your future husband or wife be successful in business over yonr enemies and get to office Give us your order His Eightieth Milestone Capt Frank J White of this office who is known to newspaper men in Central Kentucky as the oldest and best typesetter in this section of the his eightieth birth day yesterday He was born on the headwaters of Silver Creek in Madi son county and resided in Richmond where he learned his trade for a of years He served an of eight years He came from Richmond to Lancaster in the fall of 1847 and remained here for some time when he moved to lIe lived in Somerset for twelve years during that time publishing a paper there and filling the position of postmaster for eight years during the administrations of Buchanan and Pierce lIe moved back to Lancaster in 1863 and has spent all the time here with the exception of about 12 years that he set type for Seph and W P Walton on the Interior Journal He served in the Mexican war in Capt Jas Stones company He learned his trade in Rihmond under Joseph Turner and frequently talks of his ups and downs as devil when he was so small that he had to use a soap box to stand on to reach the cases He learned the trade under the oldtime rules that a boy was taken to the woodshed given a good dose of a barrel stave when he got upish and wanted to know more than the foreman If a calculation were made it would probably show that Capt White has set enough body type to belt the earth In his palmy days he never set less than five galleys and now fre quently gets up three galleys a gal ley is about one inch longer than this column between eight a in and three p m He walks from home a distance of threequarters of a mile every morning He is like a fish out of water when theres no copy on the hook and if he is not promptly he will certainly letye editor hear from him Capt White is a Christian and after his days work he goes home and reads and stu dies his bible When other employes of the office give vent to their feel ings Capt White yells out like the rooster in a hen fightand sweet peace at once reigns from sanctum to engine room It is gratifying to his many friends to know that his health is re markably tine and he appears to be good for many more years oFhappl ness and usefulness Every one has the greatest respect for the captain and whatever he says in the office goes without any questions teing asked manufacturers jeansand entire married printed penitentiary paper elected apprenticeship Somerset Campbell and supplied S prohibition organizer Lancaster engage Anyone collect triumph number Stanford devout L i CENTRAL RKCORD r THURSDAY JANUARY XTXBT WEEK BY LOUIS X4JUU24JT Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY Six MONTHS THBEB To A MAN up a tree that Southern railway survey of a 105mile road througn the mountains from to Jellico bears upon the per suasive odor of a bluff at securing a new and easier term lease of the Queen Crescent The foregoing from the pen of the gifted editor of the Louisville Times Mr Emmett Logan sounds as though he were one of the many Louisville citizens who hesitate on catching step with the procession of hustlers and marching after every improvement proposed Louisville has the people on earthbut there is a ten dency on the part of some of her to sit on their pants and hope when they ought to be up and doing This has caused the Falls City to lose many enterprises that she could have gotten almost for the asking What they need down there is less politics and more git up and git The BurginJellico extension will give Louisville a big ead over her old rival Cincinnati as she will then three great trunk lines covering the entire South and three to the seaboard People familiar with the country thro which this line is surveyed readily see other advantages the road will bring as it will open coal and timoer fields excelled by none It will shorten the route from Louisville to Knoxville and other prominent cities in the Southeast at least forty miles and from St Louis to Norfolk about one hundred miles To we rural roosters who are not up a tree it looks strange that the people of Louisville are not more enthusiastic over the matter as its construction would make the Falls City the gateway to the South and bring other advantages she can never hope to secure otherwise THIS is surely an age of hustle and push No man is content with his surroundings provided there is any possible way to better then Ian Maclaren sizes up matters to a Queens taste in a recent issue of the North American Review He says No man goes slow if he has the chance of going fast no man stops to talk if he can talk walking no man walks if he can ride in a trolly car no one goes in a trolly car if he can get a convenient steam car and bye and bye no one will go in a steam car if he can be shot through a pneumatic tube No one writes with his own hand if he can dictate to a stenographer no one if he can telegraph no one if he can telephone and bye when the spirit of American inventor has brought wireless into thorough condition a man will simply sit with his mouth hole and his ears at another bisiness with the ends of the earth in a few seconds which the same will copy and preserve in letter books and ledgers It is the Americans regret that at present he can do with his feet while he is listening at the telephone but doubtless some employment will be found for them in the coming age THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE thinks that the recent burning of negroes in and Kansas was due largely to the fact that capital punishment has been practically abolished in both States and says had not this been true it is likely that neither of the outrages complained of would have occured Two lynchings in adjoining States may now cause a reaction of public sentiment with refrence to punishment and those who have favored its abolition may restudy the question and modify their views on this line the Lexington Democrat says The abolition of capital punishment tends to incite mob law because there are crimes such as assault and willful murder that can be properly punished only the death penalty Silly may prave but no law which seeks to abolish the Mosaic law in to the atonement only of a life by a life should be permitted on the statute books Let death by the law follow quickly the commission of and assault and there will no for lynching and little resort to tAN editor is a millionaire without change He contracts without a saw or hammer builds a railroad without a spike or nail and farms without a plow He runs a butcher shop in the journalistic world deals out brains cheap for cash or credit He loves those Qwno advertise with him as a brother The editor is a teacher a lawyer a preacher and he sends the truth out to save souls and gets lost himself He heals the wounded cares sandwich would jerk him from the jaws of TIlE JESSAHINE NEWS devotes near ly its space last issue to the im pprtance of home people patronizing and maintaining home enterprises This is a commendable move in the News and we congratulate its editor on the stand he has taken If all country papers would hustle for their town with as much spirit as they do for the election of some Officeseekers Kentucky towns would soon be up with those of other states e e l I ed J 1 J ONE YJUB IN tEEMS 50 25 its face cleverest leaders 4 proposed dictates telegraphs telegraphy atone machine Colorado capital Continuing sentimentalist regard murder it joking perishingdeath i it Y et igo ADYANCE 1 orb C hay band an- do noting because f all jackleg 3 r n If to THE country papers are using much space that ought to be taken up with hog sales and personals commenting upon the death of Queen the royal family never cabled us of the death we dont suppose they are anxious to know what THE thinks of the Queen Beside we presume the burial and other matters will go along the same as if we had a column of matter about it UP in New Jersey last week a was destroyed by fire and the papers had long dispatches about it the papers were to undertake to no wire pullers destroyed by fire they would have a difficult task on hand PAINT LICK Miss Daisy Boyd of Berry is friends here Sherman Shearer has been quite poorly with pneumonia C B Engleman sold a sow and pigs A B Estridge for 15 Will Tudor of Grays was here on a visit to relatives preaching at all three of our churches last Sunday R L Jennings favorite cat Jennie is very low with the measles Henry Moore sold a bunch of 90 Ib shoats to Bob Arnold at Davis has accepted a position with the Jellico coal company It seems now that we ale not go ing to put up any ice this winter A horse stepped on E W Norris foot and nearly mashed his big toe off There are ten boarders at the Hotel and they are all Dr Ed Poyntz has been quite sick Mr John Hunt has also been on the sick list Miss Amanda Anderson commenced teaching a subscription school at New Hope Monday Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford was called to see Mrs J W Smith who has been in a critical condition W S Fish has added a line of gents furnishing goods to his already large stock of general G S Spurlock who has been a sufferer for several years died on the 20th with consumption He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his loss Uncle Jim Denny for several years mail carrier from this place to Car tersville an old respectable man died on the 19th at Maywood His remains were brought here and interred in the colored burying ground BRYANTS VILLE Mr Ike Dunn bought of Tom Baugh man 208 acres of land in the Bend neighborhood Elder Allen will fill the pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sunday at the regular hour eleven oclock Quite an interesting discourse was delivered at the Methodist church Sunday by Rev Hastings of Those indebted to J S Haselden will please call and settle their accounts as ho is compelled to have what is due him Miss Claude Arnold will begin teach ing school at Mr J S Easleys next Monday where she has been employed as governess She has lust closed a school at Lindendale and gave perfect satisfaction Little Fannie Holcom is quite sick at this writing Mr William McDowel of Lair has been the guest of Mrs J P Anderson the past week Miss Kate Osborn who has been visiting Mrs Anderson has returned to her home in Riplin by Master Walter Ander Anderson Rev William Walden spent Sunday with Jim Leavell and family Miss Irene Bourne of Nich olasville is the guest of her cousin Miss Nellie Bourne Dr Sam Stead man and family spent last week with his father Steadman Miss Florence Dunn has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs Emma Peel in Jessamine JHARKSBORY Hemp breaking began in this community The hands are breaking from 30 to 200 pounds per day They report the hemp to be of very good quality The remains of Miss Mollie Myers who died at her home near Stanford January 10 were interred in he Fork Cemetery Friday Jan 18 Miss Myers was a bright intelligent woman al though an invalid through life She was widely connected in Garrard and Lincoln counties Mr Hughes A Idridge of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr J H Durham of made a flying Aisit to relatives and fiiends here and Misses Latimer of Nicholasville are spending several days with their cou sin Miss Hallie Rice The families of Messrs C A Robinson and Thomas Barker have been very sick with mea Taylor Burdett and wife of Bryantsville spent Sunday with spent last week with her aunt Mrs Margaret Sutton Mrs J T Cecil of Junction City spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Mr and Mrs Joe Bourne who have been staying several months with their parents J C Boner and wife left Monday tor Kansas Their many friends regret to see them leave Quality and not quantity makes De Witts Little Early such Val liver pills FPFrisbie 5 ie re r i Victoria RECORD wire- works the visiting Sunday Therewas 4 c- Hisel Veranda musicians merchandise patient and colored accompanied C M relatives Coal port at Kirksville The ales Mr AldridgeMiss uablelittle c 1f I lice all handso Wilmo Risers 1 ter at a o JBUUKElE Dr Wm Ray while out making calls one day last week was pitched over his horses head onto his own and very narrowly escaped a se rious accident Mr Raymond McCuloughs friends are glad to have him with them again after a lingering illness though very pale and emaciated He is said to be monarch of at least three maiden hearts at this place v Mrs J T Jackson entertained a large number of young people at her home the 14th On leaving a portion formed a regulation club and with the clatter of horses hoofs and much merry laughter they soon reached a distance of four miles and boarded the Falls City and went all the way to Valley View The party was chap roned by Mrs Bob Long Mr L R Brown visited his Mattie of Prof Secrests school Kirksville last Sunday Messrs Sam Duncan and John Lane of near Bryantville visited friends here last week Hunter Peel a handsome and popular young man of Jessamine visited Mr and Mrs WmRay Jr also Raymond Ray a portion of last week Mr Hawkins and little son Leon of Harrodsburg are visiting their aunt Mrs Herod Ray Miss Ella Harwick and Mr Charles Moberley were married the 15th at Nicholasville They were by Mr and Mrs C W Harwick The bride was becomingly dressed in gray Mrs Harwick was stylishly at tired in a blue cloth dress Miss Har wick was a lovely girl and many at this place are warmly attached to her Mr Moberley is a handsome talented and well respected young man the ceremony they drove to the brides home where an elegant recep tion was tendered them forty guests were present At a late hour the crowd dispersed wishing Mr and Mrs Harwick a long and joyous life BETTIS Rassie Bettis bought of Geo White hog for Mrs John McCarley is very low consumptionMrs who has been sick with fever is reported much bet ter Frank Ross and David Thompson have rented of John Smith 35 acres of corn ground H C Walters and family have mov ed to Stanford We regret give them up Mr Jones has taken of his farm Rassie Bettis has returned from the city Cleveland Bourne of Hedge ville spent Saturday night and with his cousin Biff Bourne Mason Pollard and wife of Marksbury spent Sunday with their parents Mr Jack Bourne and wife Mr Price Bourne and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Fannie Pollard of Marksbury W M Blackerby will go to Texas in a few days to make it his home in the future Mr and Mrs John Collier a few friends Tuesday in honor of their visitor Willie Marsee of Marksbury Miss Susie Mitchell has returned to her home in London after a few weeks visit to her cousin Miss Pattie Leake S Morgan bought 13 hogs from J F Green at 4c J P Rogers bought a nice yearling mule for 60 Brown Cress sold a bunch of nice hogs last week at 4c J B Hutchins bought a 350 Ib hog from Capt Johnson for 4ic J J Thompson sold 30 acres of land to J Perkins for 40 per acre J C Fox has returned from Atlanta where he disposed of his mules The prospect is good for several new houses to be built early in the spring Rev Hobbs preached a fine sermon Sunday and received six into the churchWe sorry to hear of Dr Pettus of Crab Orchard being partially and hope he will soon recover Rev H B Cockerill was here last week in the interest of the new building to be built early in the spring STONE Several more new cases of measles in this neighborhood Dont forget preaching at Scotts Fork first Sunday by Rev Meldrum of Lexington Messrs L L and J M Sainders went to Valley the steamer Falls City Wednesday morning Messrs Lewis Murphy Philip Mc Millen and Thos Hicks went to Louis vine last week with tobacco Mr Hicks received 8 cents average and the others did not sell Miss Pearl Saunders spent last week with her cousins Misses Ida and Wil lie Pierce of Buckeye Miss Tiney King of McCreary spent a portion of last week with her sister Mrs Mollie East who is very sick with grip No Politic Permitted Gen J B of Confederate Veterans Association has issued a circular fn regard to political discussions within the Association and has published the following sec loon of the Constitution thereof Itreads Section 1 No discussion of political or religious nor any political action or endorsing rants for political office shall within the federation of TJni ted Confederate Veterans pi r i pro- fessIOnal daughter accompanied After 8 O possession Sunday entertained evening paralyzed college Gordon Commander be permitted o l county PREACHERS rILLE S View iin of is t A Some of our farmers have commenc ed breaking up their land for corn and report the soil as breaking in fine condition Wm Henry who has for two weeks been confined to the house as the of piercing his fooo on a nail is able to be out again Measles is more largely prevalent here now than before in the of our town So far however no case has resulted very seriously While mounting his horse last Sat urday Robert Gentry was thrown to the ground and his back badly hurt by the horse moving away before Mr Gentry became seated in his saddle E B Wallace and wife of Berea the family of his brotherinlaw James Wallace last week Mr of Jackson county was the guest Saturdaytillhas been at work in Lancaster for three weeks came home Friday to scuffle with the measles Miss Ella Bowlin who for some time has been attending school has just recovered from a severe comb it with measles which made it necessary to give her studies the remainder of injuringherwith Mrs Smith of New York has for several months been located at McKee Jackson county was with homefolks here the first part of this week These two good women are engaged in religious and educational work in several of the Eastern of the State and report prospects They expect to estab lish an Industrial School at McKee in the spring MT HEBRON Master Hulbert Lawson is ry sick with pneumonia Mr J M Vanderpool had a very nice horse to die last week Rev Wolford of Louisville will preach at this place Saturday and SundayThe crop through this section is exceedingly good Some of the far mers are making from 1400 to 1500 Ibs per acre Mrs G A Bruce and daughter Miss Ella visited relatives in Mercer the latter part of last week Mr Car son of N C was in this vicinity last week representing the Wheeler and Wilson Mesdames Sarah Duncan Ernest Montgomery and little daughter Ruth visited Mr Willie Johnson in Mercer last week Mr Tevis Thompsons family are all down with measles McCREARY Richard Burton has been to Nicho lasville on business Misses Irene and Nell Bourne of Bourne has been visiting Mrs W K Marsee Little Bessie Lou Tartar is quite sick with measles Miss Eva Jones has return ed home after a weeks visit here Logan Ham left last week to join the regular army after several weeks vis it with his here liar din and sister Jennie left Tuesday morning for Decatur Ill Mrs Zack Simpson has been quite sick but is some better now returned from a visit in Washington county Pepsin Syrup Co DeWitt la Gents I cannot recommend Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin too highly It has been a great benefit to me Very truly Ray Buckley Sold R McRoberts druggist arrested at Lexington to having murderously assault ed Rankin Clemmons a wealthy Fay ette county farmer Persons who suffer from indigestion can 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 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 pepsia Cure It digests what you eat and restores all the organs to perfect health F P Frisbie The Court of Appeals denied a new trial to E K Wilson the young law yer who was sentenced at London five years imprisonment for killing Mary Cloyd A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vico 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 stomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and it at once 1 am now en recovered saved a doctors bill and suffering and 1 will never without this splendid medicine again For sale by RE McRoberts druggist Senator Morgan will tack an income tax amendment on the Ship Subsidy Bill The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleasant and for children take and always cures It is intended especially for soughs croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine made for these diseases There is not the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other drug and given as con fidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by R E McRoberts druggist o s sod result history SundayReub visiting Williams at Beara up counties encouraging SewingMachines parents D T Hardin has Anegro confessed poison digestive severe threatened relievedme rely bet safe to colds in- jurIOus maybe iV zv I 11ALLkUE0 ever by- E t Av c xt 4 17 f r i o ee r 7- rA famotw u I 9 i The low price 4 at which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package n Save the signatures J ARBUCKLE BRos Notion Dept New York City tl Y The Owingsville Outlook notes the sales of thirtyone crops of tobacco Only one sold for more than G cents while the others brought from 3 to G cents All good farmers should be plowing at every chance so as to have their corn ground ready for the Februa ry and March freezes A live farmer will not wait till corn planting time to break his ground There is an epidemic of barbers in Lexington and the Board of Health has ordered all barbers to stet ilize their razors before filing off a customers beard Shoats to follow cattle that are corn fed are selling at 425 per cwt over in Clark county This is a fine way to feed your hogs to give them a start if they are furnished with proper places to sleep The is a most important point B F Bedford bought of Chas May of Jacksonville 107 head of 1350 Ib at 4 5 and 17 at 425 of John Goff 51 head same weight at 470 They were shipped yesterday to N Lehman Baltimore Paris Ken tuckianCitizen The Louisville Times says The opera house at Middlesboro the Mug ic City of the Kentucky mountains is to be converted into a livery stable But why be shocked by this announce ment Was not the Saviour of man kind born in a manger and isnt it still true in a measure that the first citizen of Kentucky is a horse The department of Animal at Washington City has stationed a veterinary inspector at the stock yards in Louisville to inspect cattle sheep and hogs at the scales placing Louisville on a footing with other large cities as to inspection of animals for food In the basement of Quincy Market Mass are being prepared for shipment to one concern in Liverpool a quarter of a million chickens The pile weighs 400 tons and is valued at 100000 Forty refrigerator cars were required to bring this mass ofpoultry from the killing house in the middle West For sea shipment the chickens will be sorted and packed in wooden boxes holding a dozen York Produce Review A new century has begun is evident that agriculture will make rapid strides in the next few years It is that it is soon to take its rightful position in the world Every can do something toward help ing on this forward movement by his methods his surround lugs and educating himself along the advance lines Let them shake off that absurd jealousy distrust of each other that has so long prevailed and been kept by crafty politi clans Get rid of that foolishness and unite in advancing their interest along hustling itch being latter cattle90 eachNew and improving o Awa Industry Boston it evident farmer and and alive 4 t in the world equal with men of any other vocation and profession and he will when he makes himself their equal in education and Grundy in Farm and Fireside Articles of incorporation of the Ken tucky Live Stock Breeders Associa tion have been filed at Louisville The capital stock of 5000 divided into 500 shares of 100 each The capital stock may be increased to 10000 The state the object of the associa tion to be the promotion of the pure bred live stock interest and to hold an annual exhibition and sale of such lice stock George P Bright reports that at the P P Bishop sale near Hubole Wednesday Ed Caton bought the farm at 3750 per acre brother who is now in Missouri Sheep sold at 4 to 550 cows 25 to 45 calves 21 hogs 450 mules 75 to 120hors es 350 to 85 corn 197 in the crib fodder English and Boone cried the Wm Davis of near Muir is going to convert piano boxes into sheds for his sheep He says I have about 150 ewes and I propose to knock off a couple of planks from the front of each of the boxes seal the crevices line the boxes with tar paper and set them in the field The boxes cost me GO cents each and I find that they are much cheaper and just as serviceable as a shed or barn They make really better shelters for the lambs than large barns into which so many sheep would crowd Advocate skillFred articles for tis 25cCapts saleAdvocate The Test of Time Discloses no defects in our Dental WORK It has enduring qualities Looks as well as possible for human skill to make it and wears as well if not better than Natures own work Sets of TEETH ON PLATES 3 S White Teeth 750 per set are particularly handsome and very dur able Rail road fare paid both ways when 1000 worth of work is done DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Government Building in Hobson Bldg Richaibnd Ky Officfe open all night J Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids the or T gans It is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand all other results ofimperfect Price50c and SI Largesize contains 2 times smallslze Book about dyspepsiamailedfrca Prepared by E C OeWITT a CO Cblcago Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neignborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HKKXDOX tf Assignee HIGHEST CASE PRICE PAID FOR SKUNK SKINS I Want 25000Correspondence Solicited Kodol Nature in strengthening and recon The 1 neighborhood AJ BoMilt jan 174t Main Jt Second SU CINCINNATI O KINDS OF GUTTERING 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 Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store luau au I DO OU DUO UOOIO tALL i I I I I i I I I 1 I IIII It1 J r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAYfrANUARY 24 1901 Miss Fannie Doty is visiting rela tives in Stanford Mr A H Bastin made a business trip to Lexington this week Miss Maggie Tomlinson left this week to visit friends in Danville Mrs James King was the guest of Miss Sallie Tillett the past week Miss Ann Bettis is visiting her niece MrsEllie Bettis Danville ave nue Miss Allie Brown spent Sunday with her parents Mr Breathitt Brown and wifeMiss Minnie Johnson left Saturday to attend Normal Schoolat Bowling Green Mr Will Beazley of Louisville guest of brother Dr W S Beazley Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Danville Miss Katie Simpson entertained a few friends Friday evening at a croki nole party Miss Amanda Anderson left to commence a school at Lowell KentuckyRichmond Register Mr Saufley Uughes of Lancaster visited friends here last week Miss Bessie Marksbury entertained Thursday evening at a progressive crokinole party Mr R L Jennings and wifeof Paint Lick spent Sunday with the family of Mr J Thompson W J Kinnaird of Middlesborougb 1s at his parents sick with the grip lIe is better at this writing Misses Salmons and Rion after a pleasant visit to their uncle Elder A R Moore left for their home Miss Katharine Dooley has return ed to Cincinnati after a pleasant vis it to her parents Mr and Mrs Patrick DooleyMrs Yates Hudson and little son Ernest from Lower Garrard spent the day with Mrs B F Walter last ThursdayMrs Frisbie and pretty ba by Gladys leave next week for St Louis Mo to join her husband who has a position there Eugene the bright little son of Mr and Mrs Walter Beazley has been critically ill for some days He is some better this morning Prof Hampton has been spending a few days with his mother at Win chester We understand he is wrest ling with a case of measles it 1 B L I OIO 1 000 01 IO J r t is- tle his Saturday t Saturday 111 I r- 5 a i aoooeoooooaood- tR OUT Re01heo- o0a J Y llJ r I 1 1 t t l U1 1 I Danville Advocate Deputy Collec tor Jean is out after two ill ness of grip His son Dr Geo Jean will return to America shortly Mr James Maret of Mt Vernon was in town first of the week He has just finished a tussle with the grip in which he came out second best J M Farra and R Kinnaird were in Danville a day or so agoand the News says Were talking as though the railroad was finished through Gar rard We regret to report Mr J M Harbi son quite ill at his home in Mitchells burg He has many friends here who trust he will pull through and soon regain his health If we were to publish a list of all those suffering from grip measles and whooping cough this week THE REC ORD would look more like a health re port than a newspaper Lexington Leader Miss Mary Wooldridge of Colorado the guest of Miss Lucy Ford leaves Monday for Lancaster to join her mother who is visiting relatives there A telegram was received from At lanta Tuesday telling of the danger ous condition of Nell the third daugh ter of Hon R C Warren who is vis iting her aunt Mrs W S Elkin in that city Another telegram was re ceived yesterday afternoon saying she had been operated on for apendicitis and was improving Mr and Mrs John E Stormes enter tained in a most charming manner at their pretty home Friday evening the following friends Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington and Mr C G Wherritt Miss Altie Marksbury and Mr H T Logan Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconer Mr and Mrs Louis Landrum A de was served Saturdays Cincinnati Enquirer con tains a fair likeness of our former townsman Col Ed C Hopper Mr Hopper is secretary of the American Turf Congress and also the Latonia Jockey Club He is widely known and one of the most popular gentlemen in Covington He has many warm friends in Lancaster his old home who are delighted to know of his careerThe Sewing Club organized Tuesday afternoon Mrs Louis Ltndram was chosen president The club will meet next Tuesday afternoon at halfyast two oclock with Mrs Joe The following members have joined Mesdames J EStormesSam Haselden Banks Hudson Joe Faulconer A H Rice Louis Landram Kate Lillian and Grace Kinnaird Maggie Tomlinson Altie and Bessie Marks buryStanford Democrat Judge Mat thew Dawson Hughes of Lancaster our old school teacher and it may be incidentally mentioned that he was a mighty good one was here Monday and favored this office with a call He is the learned gentleman who used to discuss important questions with lion A M Swope at Mt Xenia and people from all over the county would lightfullunch weeks Misses flock there to hear them play Nip and TuckThe Huntington WVa says of a preacher Two splendid audiences greeted Rev Leon Idas Robinson at Johnson Memorial church yesterday After each service people on every hand were heard to say That was one of the greatest sermons I ever heard The audience last night filled both auditorium and lecture room and is estimated at a The preachers magnificent voice easily filled the large churchand all listened in closest attention Ma ny called for prayer at the night ser vices and much good is being done A beautiful feature was the childrens service at 3 oclock It is with the greatest gratification that his many friends note the of Dr McKee who became suddenly ill here last week and was taken to his home in Danville He was well enough to fill his pulpit here Sunday at both services and Monday night Dr McKee is striving hard to the Lancaster church and his untiring efforts should certainly be appreciated our people This is his native and he has told the writer that nothing concerned him more than the success o the Presbyterian church in his old home town No grander or better man ever lived than is he Speaking of a former Garrard citizen the Mt Vernon Signal re fers to Col James T Adams as In 1899 Mr Adams moved from Garrard county here and bought an interest in the business of Houk Son and from the very day which he came it has been his purpose to build up the town and community as well as his own business The first act of the firm was to build a large two brick store room which would honor to any town They stand for a corporation for Adams having been at one time a di rector on the Nicholasville Lexington and Lancaster turnpike and for a general improvement in every way Possibly there never was a paper in any locality that gave all the local happenings says the Prowler in Democrat It is often that some who come or go that the editor does not see It happens that a fami ly is missed several times They get the impression that the paper man does not care to mention them or has a grudge against them Its a mistake The paper has no illfeeling no spite no enmity toward anybody It is go ing to do what is right by everybody Most people take a local paper to get the local happenings Dont be afraid to tell the editor you have friends vis iting you Perhaps you think the paper shows partiality but just try and see if it doesnt treat you right if you give it a chance The properties of Ballards Snow Liniment possess a range of usefulness greater than any other remedy A day seldom passes in every household es pecially where there are children that it is not needed Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes Advertiser thousand J L buildup frequently county follows bean turnpikesMr Winchester Lancaster recovery town story S A change in the firm of Logan Robinson will be made March 1st and in order to close the stock down as much as possible we will sell Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Furnishing Now is your chance to buy highgrade merchandise for than it manufacture Remember we will sell FOR CASH ONLY If you ask for credit you will certainly be refused I I jlff JlIff1fft I o J I r I 10 I Than s same t 4 r f F LOGAN o ji C1 ooooo0000 000000 ooo oooooI- i I D g Per Cent Less iIo Manufacturers Cast o o less cost to ii o I and A 4 w- i II Io r- i E1 p D WILL NOT BE BILKED The People arc Up In Arms Against a Monster Monopoly The history of the Bell Telephone Company the great monopoly that has had its own way in most of the States is attempting to repeat itself on Kentucky soil Owing to the and often prohibitive rates charged by this monopoly caused cities towns and communities in various portions of Kentucky to organize home or independent which have been and are giv ing as good and often much better service than the Bell These home companies ran their lines not only in the towns but reached Clue villages crossroads postoffices and neighbor hoods throughout the counties in which their exchanges are located and give service at reasonable rates mak ing the same charge to all persons alike whereas the monopoly only uses the cities and towns and charge all sorts of prices except low ones The tactics that the monopoly has been using in other States was where they could not buy out the home company to erect a plant reduce rates to a low point often furnishing free service and using various underhand means to force and freeze out their opponents They succeeded in many instances in their nefairious work then raised their rates but they have not until within the last six months exposed their claws to any great extent in this State but since that time have been buying up as many of the independent exchanges and lines as they could by fair means or foul often threatening to crush them out if a sale was not effected They have succeeded in the Lebanon Paris Stanford Richmond and Nicholasville exchan ges but the Nicholasville plant is be ing replaced with a 35000 outfit and the home people will continue to have connection with these places in spite of the The independent or home compan ies of Kentucky seeing sometime back what was coming formed and associa tion for the extension of lines and con nection of the various home systems over the State and for self protection against the monopoly Among the members of this association are lead ing and influential business men of Winchester Carrollton Lexington Georgetown Frankfurt Lancaster Versailles Cynthiana Louisville and many other points throughout the Stlte This organization and its friends is proving to be a thorn of large proportions in the side of the octopus and from present indications will make that institution understand that Kentuckians are fighters for their rights and will see justice done As a sample of the Bell leases com panies work we cite their Lexington plant which they established there some twenty years ago and have had practically no opposition until a short time since They have had a monop oiy of Fayette county and have by one means or another any cjmpetitor during which time it has charged for a grounded circuit tele phone service from 24 00 to 1COOO giving service that was bad for prices that were exorbitant During this time it has made many times the val ue of its plant from the people of and has less than twenty in the county outside the city Mr Elkin of South Elkhorn was charged per year and con pelled to enter a live year contract they would install the for him it charged W R and C R Estill 200 and 100 for two phones on the same line a large part of the of building which line was borne by the Messrs Estill it charged Maj P P Johnson 125 and compelled him to enter a three year contract it charged Maj T J Carson 125 and de manded 375 on the contract for three years before it would install a tele phone in his country home in Lex ington it charges 54 in a business house and 42 in a residence and gives for the prices poor and unsatisfactory service it has made no effort to the number of out in the county and refuses to connect with the numerous subscribers to the large and flourishing independent ex changes in towns of neighboring coun ties An independent company was or ganized by a number of business and professional men of Lexington some six months since and work is now on a 125000 exchange in Lexington A considerable portion of the wires will be laid in underground cables and the headquarters will occu py a whole floor in an immense new fireproof building now nearing pletion First class metalic toll lines will radiate to the neighboring towns and exchanges thereby giving the State After this company began construction on its plant theold mon opoly began cutting rates insome as much a half At a mass meeting of the citizens of Lexington at their court house Saturday which was largely attended by leading from nearly all lines of business and the profession a strong set of resolutions were unanimously adopted condeming the methods of the East Tennessee Telephone Corn which has heretofore charged exorbitant rates and now to crush competition of the independent company that it may charge those rates It was further resolved that a call be made upon the L g s a cure of the State to pass an act uich will compel a telephone my op prating in the State to change a ant i orm r ite over the it on the uiinumum rate in any crates two or nitre owns j and operates an The meet ing also adopted a resolution pledging support and encouragement of company by people of Lox and j r I I I j I exorbitant companies prevented Lexington subscribers 100 before expense t I Iin- crease I I progressing I good connection toa large portion of I I basin county where which o I i t lag yet count 0 F iJ many securing monopoly subscribers tom instances representatives 1 any company exchange p e i p f 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 C C J E Stormes Three years undisturbed a setter dog will destroy any mans veracitySuch pills as DeWitts Little Early Risers are very easily taken and they are wonderfully effective in cleansing the liver and boweis F P Frisbip If you give a baldheaded man a fair show he will always be found well up in front If troubled with a weak digestion belching sour stomach or if you feel dull after eating try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Samples at Mclloberts drug store If a man is big and fat and able to keep hrs mouth snut he can bluff neai ly anybodyCut out and take it to McRot erts drugstore and get a free of Chamberlains stomach and liv er Tablets the best physic They cure disorders of the stomach and headache The man who has a tendency to make an ass of himself never lacks for skill or material The merited reputation for piles sores anbkin diseases acquired by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve lies led to the malting of worthless coun terfeits Be sure to get only DeWitts Salve F P Frisbie The man who is always on the gr generally doesnt know how to stub when he gets there The most soothing healing and ai tiseptic application ever devised is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It at once and cures piles sores eczema and skin diseases Beware of imitations F P Frisbie Shallow men are generally despised but they dont require as much as deep ones Whosoever has suffered from piles knows how painful and trublesome they are Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint ment is guaranteed to cure piles Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes Toe C C J E Stormes The man who claims to have no memory may be cured by lending small sums to his fneiids- Whan threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble prompt relief is necessary as it is dangerous to We would suggest that One jl in ute Cough Cure be taken as soon as indications of having taken cold are noticed It cures quickly and ear ly use prevntsconsumptionFPFiislie In the niiJst of life a man is in debt and his creditors dont allow him to forget it 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 oOcts C C J E Stormes If vou look at the records you will discover that most men who dieyourg are hustlers Pepsin preparations often fail to indigestion because they can only albuminous foods There is one preparation that digestsall of food and that is Kodul Cure It cures the worst cases of indigestion and gives instant relief it digests what you eat FP Frisbie A man may be as honest as the day is long and still do a lot of mischief during the night Herbine should be used to enrich and purify the bloodit cures all forms of blood disorders it is especially in fevers skin eruptions boils pimples blackheads scrofula salt rheum and every form of blood it is safe and effectual cure Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes When a man finds his clothes are too loose he should either change tailors or boardinghouses This season there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung troubles Prompt action will save the little ones from these terr ble diseases We know of nothing so certain to give instant relief as One Cough Cure It can also be relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung troubles of adults to take F P Frisbie The with the handsome silk handkerchief is the one who is most afraid of a sore throat Many a bright and happy household has been thrown into sadness and because of the death of a loved one from a Coussens Honey of Tar is the great cure for coughs colds and all pulmonary Price 25 and 50 cents C C Sformes The man who entertains his t would not always like for his neighbors to see his guests The Maryland butcher who in mal ing sausage from a porker which line been fed the refuse from a dining car found a 600 diamond evidently believes that there is money in pork Beat Out of an lucres ae of Hit Per f ion A Mexican war veteran and prom inept editor writes Seeing the ad of Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remady I am that as a soldier in Mexico 47 and 48 I contracted Mexican and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my every renewal a dose of restores me It is unequalled as a cure for diarrhoea and is and sate to take For sale by R E McBoberts druggist possession- of ire sample also biliousness curing relieves watching delay its relieve digest classes Dyspepsia impurity Minute Pleasant mann sorrow neglectedcold ailments JE ension fro pleasant j f S or useful S n uick r I f f You have patronized us liberally during the past year and we it We shall be even more grateful if McROBERTS Druggist Please Take Notice As my creditors in the cities are crowding it is absolutely necessary that I have all is owin me immediately This is very important so please Can at Once and Make a Settlment This is meant fog all that owe me and I trust my friends will respond to my appeal SALLIE D TT0 NX K Wh PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY It f you will now call and pay your R E ovoooooooooabosbooooo00000000000000000ooooorbooooo000ooooo I i met i 1 I i I g I f Log 0 gao ooo iII appreciate account oooooa odooaooooo0 g TTooooeooocooooo000000000oooooaoooooooeooomee J Fine Cigars ll Tnhancns Prescriptions SccuratBlyCom pnundsd Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT IJ DANVILLEit or W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZ1EYV V Teeth extracted without pain DENTIST with Vitalized Air Office In the Bookout Buiidinc Daiiville street oppo ite Presbverlan church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F HUBBLE Attorney at LawReal Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms NATIONAL JANE Engineeringand sZ493 THE CAPITALOF SURPLUS ilO OOOOG j 1 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STOKM M Vice President B C DENNY Cashier F ROBINSON JR R T EMBB- YAsat Cashr DIRECTORS Barn Jaa Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson inn X Stormes W HKlnnalrd Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Broofclj Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile tI r KINNAIRD INSURANCE ReDresentin FolIoiin GOID nies MolDS Co Book keepet 1 D Cochran ni f llarfforCaiii Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm containing 342 54 acres situated 1 54 miles south ol There is u splendid 2story dwelling rooms on the place good burn ice house granary nid all other necessary out building Neverfailing water at door and fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will tale a smaller farm or other business in exchange HENRY KUHLMAXJf 920 tf Bryantsville Ky For State Senate state Senator in this district comprising the counties of Lincoln I5oyIeG Casey subject to the action of the Democratic party For Senator We are authorized to announce E W Lillnrd a candidate for the nomination of Senator for district subject to the action uf the Democratic party For Assessor I am u candidate for nomination for of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party CUNT ARMSTRONG ORGANIZED 1883 PITIZMS KATMAL BillU OF T wniaTiT irv Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOUCITEIJ Careful and Prompt AttentionGuaranteed J JC HlQQINBOTHAX Lwria Y LIAVILL B F HUDSON W O BISNIT CD WALKXB Preslden Cahlei Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHI88INBOTHAM LXW1B Y L ATBLL T JC ABMOLD B F HUDSON u contulnlug six placeIs GeorgeTrrurd und itS the Sth Assessor J yule Vice Preeident JVALZEP Burton LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KT We make special Attention ot our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON It 0 a Forewarned r ForearmedThe liability to disease is greatly theblood is in and the circulation healthy and is promptly out of the system would rapidly accumulate fermentation would take place the blood become polluted and tution so weakened that a simple malady might result seriously- A healthy circulation means good digestion and strong healthy nervesAs blood purifier and tonic S S S has no equal It safest and best remedy for old and children because it contains no minerals but is made exclusively of roots and herbs No other remedy so thoroughly and effectually cleanses the blood of im condition For then all refuse matter carri lessened when ssspurities At the same it builds the weak and and the entire sys debilitated renovates tern It cures of blood and skin Mr E E Kelly of Urbana writes I had Eczema on hands and face for white pustules crusts would form and leaving the red and doctors did me no I used all the medicated and salves without mv nlrin is as clear and smooth as Mrs Siegfried of Cape May N J says that twentyone bottles 3 S S cured her of the breast Doc tors and friends thought her case hope lessBichard T Gardner Florence B C suffered for with Boils Two good con Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case Medical THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA A G6NERA N6WS The President has signed the bill increasing the number of in Congress Spanish Jesuits who have charge of the schools are teaching that the Liberals will be damned The New York Cotton Exchange has raised its initiation fee to 10000 and limited its membership to 450 Miss Alma Rockefeller daughter of John D Rockefeller was married in New York to E Parmele Prentice of ChicagoA was arrested in New York on the charge of smuggling diamonds worth S17COO into this country The American Cattle Growers was organized by the repre sentatives of fifteen transMississippi States Gov Tanner and Messrs Cannon Hitt and Prince have withdrawn from the Senatorial race in Illinois leav ing a walkover for Senator Cullom The Big Four railroad pays Louis ville 1261604 city taxes for1901 and its State and county bill makes the total reach 20000 for this year Mr Eloff Mr Krugers grandson denies the report which has been in circulation for some days past that Mr Kruger has decided to visit the United States A company of State Guards will be organized at Fulton Rockefeller has promised to endow some more colleges The steamer Buckeye State was burned to the waters edge at Barfield Point Ark More than 8000 pension claims were destroyed by fire in the office of Milo B Stevens Co at Washington L E Bryant of Whitley county will sue to recover several thousand acres of land in Laurel and Wuitley countiesFire in Louisville during 1900 amounted to 388896 Insurance were 930312 making an loss ratio of 3642 The Senate adopted Senator Lind says joint resolution that Congress celebrate the centennial of John Mar shalls assumption of the duties of Chief Justice The body of former Gov Mount was taken to Crawfordsville for burial A battallion of the Indiana National Guard acted as escort The Naval Appropriation Bill 77016635 the largest amount on record was reported to the House Five citizens of Salyersville have been exposed to a welldeveloped case of smallpox at Paintsville They have been vaccinated and isoloted in homes An organization of negroes at offered a reward of 500 for the and conviction of each member of the mob at Leavenworth Kan James Derickson a prominent mill man of Powell county and brother of Judge G M Derickson was shot three times at his mill in Estill county by Z T Conner of Montgomery county Two shots took effect in Derricksons face and one in his back A gang of burglars broke into the postoffice at Augusta blew out the safe and robbed it of about 100 Three of the thieves acted as sentinels and patrolled the street while their robbed the safe They held permanently all manner 0 five it would in little The benefit S S 8 cured me and anyone s years bottles of S S S his blood in dition and the BOlls disappeared r o oo o Representatives Association premiums apparent carrying Seattle arrest ofthe confederates 1 inflamed tut a their- respective 1iii raUllw1 tar II up the night watchman at the po ints of pistols and drove into their homes citizens the scene The Tennessee Senate passed th bill prohibiting the coeducation of the races in that state Another bil has been introduced prohibiting the teaching of colored person by whites in any school college or university- A delegation from the great tobacco growing States appeared before the Senate Committee on Finance to urge the reduction of the war revenue ta from twelve cents a pound to eight centsThe ninetyfifth anniversary of the birth of Gen Robert E Lee was at Louisville by Daughters of the Confederacy Sons of the Confed eracy and exConfederates Saturday night while the Congres ional Investigating Committee was hearing the final evidence in the Booz inquiry at West Point the cadets of all four classes held a meeting and decided to abolish hazing of every form as well as the practice of calling out fourthclass men A communication to that effect was sent to the committee and the members are highly pleased with the outcome The committee will meet at Wash ington Monday The cruiser Scorpion is on the way to Guanoco Venezuela to protect American interests there The stopped at Willemstad in the Dutch West Indies from which point free from Venezuelan censorship news of the gravity of the situation is furnished Tile Scorpions officers re port that the emphateic protests of of the United States have been defied Minister Loomis is doing all he can but bloodshed is feared Many for eign enterprises have been levied up on and it is said that an attempt is now being made to squeeze the New York and Bermudez Asphalt Company for a penalty unless the UnitedStates intervenes Reconsidered A Topeka man lost a small opal set out of his ring and went to the jew eler to have it replaced Returning home he found the lost set and put ting it 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 sodontuse that new one He attempted to remove the stone from his mouth gave a gulp looked sheepish and said 1 guess youll have to use the new stone That man needed a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Sold by RE McRoberts 1m You bust excuse he evedlg Bias Billigad said Mr Addlethwaite if by speech Is a Ilddle thick for I have a terrible cold id by head I see you have Miss Milligan re plied and that reminds me that you ought by all means to call on Sue Dal lington while you are in your present Biss Billigad She told me the other day that she was sure you had nothing in your head Now you can prove that she made a mistake TitBits Getting Local Color Scribblum the novelist is writing a story of life in India for an eastern house so a few days ago he went down there to mingle with the people in their rural simplicity and get local color e Oh Well he got it all right They sus pected they found out he was from Chicago that he wanted to dis pose of a gold brick so they tarred and feathered TimesHer ald Paradox Explained Pilkins Hullo are you coming on Bifkins Living from hand to mouth Pilkins What hows Mrs Bifkins Bifkins 0 shes hiving in luxury Pilkins Bifkins what do you mean anyhow Bifkins I sir am paying Mrs Bit kins alimony Ohio State Journal A Fearful Discovery Dis is terrible said Meandering Mike with a deepdrawn sigh Whats de matter asked Plod ding Pete in alarm Heres a piece in de paper It sajs weve got muscles inside of us dat keeps up an involuntary action Dey goes on ivorkin whether we wants em to or not Washington Star VhatTlicy All Bring Back Did he bring anything back from abroad Well I should say he did What One of the largest assortments of wearisome stories and descriptions of places that I ever heard Chicago Post Every It Thorn Jones Hallo old man lost your wife its an awful nuisance What with the children and the law yers and having to wear thing and another I almost wish she hadnt died Ally Sloper Congenial Couple Penelope And you say they are en gaged Patrice Yes Have they any tastes in common Well yes they chew the same kind of gum Yonkers Statesman who lad com upon celebrated unanimously Scorpion t ihs conditionWhy hen himChicago Bifkinshow I I Rose SmithYes blackand andone 1 4 Has FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS Comfort andwhere of Mothers Friend are known It is liniment in the world that by application robs childbirth of its terrors woman her friends of it whether needed now or not ft notknownEase Saltvthevirtues theoneand outward DIsoonthwtaiIDajg Mother Fries Is 1 ee bottle Book on Motherhood mailed free to addres containing Tillable information and voluntary testimonials Erery woman should send it to her friends THE HIABnKUl WBGCLATe CO Atlanta Ca an I FOREIGN GOSSIP Chili is a republic similar to the United States and the president is Senor Errazuriz Italian archaeologists are now mak ing use of Roentgen rays to aid in reading obscure impressions and in discovering forgeries Siamese mothers often intrust their children to elephants who are most careful of their little harges 11 danger threatens an elephant will gently lift the child with its trunk its back out of harms way Emperor Williams barber Fran cois Haby the inventor of his majes tys style of mustache recently ven tured to remark What does your majesty think of China This so ruffled the emperors temper that taking Haby by the ear he escorted the barber from his chamber The incident has been laughed at through out Berlin The Ming dynasty of emperors were the most famous and popular in all the long list of sovereigns They were the last of the pure Chi nese They call it the bright Their tombs are situated be yond the great wall about JH miles from Peking and are not only the most holy sanctuary in China but are the finest example of medieval Chi nese architecture and art in exist enceAmong its many peculiarities South Africa includes the sneeze wood tree which takes its name from the fact that one cannot cut it with a saw without sneezing as the fine dust has exactly the effect of snuff Even in planting the wood it will sometimes cause sneezing No insect worm or barnacle will touch it It is very bitter to the taste The color is light brown the grain very close and hard and takes a good pol ish MONEY IN SCRUB PALMETTO Long Looked Upon n a Nuisance the Plant Is Found to lie Valuable The saw palmetto or sabal serru late as the scientists call it is to the soil of South Carolina Georgia Florida Alabama Mississippi cad Louisiana in the tidewater see tions and just beyond It is an ex tremely hardy and vigorous growth Once its roots are set in a soil it can be removed only by the most industrious nnd thorough grubbing In very many places the palmetto scrub covers whole flats of many acres with an almost impassable barrier of tangled says the Savannah Morning News the very recent past the saw palmetto has been looked upon as an unmitigated nuisance The cost of clearing an acre of land of the growth was often much greater than the price of a dozen acres of the rough Lately however the plant has been receiving more consideration It discov ered that the saw palmetto is both a source of health of wealth and the probabilities are that at a day not far in the future it will be adding largely to the prosperity of these sections which formerly cut it down and cast it into the fire The medicinal prop erties of it have been found very valu able in the treatment of kidney and other troubles arid various proprietary medicines manufactured from the saw palmetto are now finding their way into the markets The roots are rich in tannic acid Several factories for extracting the already in operation in Flor ida and others are projected Leather tanned with acid from the palmetto is said to be equal if not superior to the best oak or hemlocktanned stock As the palmetto costs more than source The market for it therefore is safe For manufacturing such as mats hats etc it would seem that there ought to be a great field for the palmetto It was made use of during the war of secession by the women of the south in making such articles and it is safe to say that thousands of the articles made then are in serviceable condition so durable is the material One of the most important uses for which the saw palmetto is available however is the making of paper In years and so cheaply that not even our woodpulp paper has been able to with it LateJj a factory for mak ing paper from the saw palmetto has been established at Pensacola and its product is said to be very good in qual ity and strong in texture There is a great and increasing demand for a sat isfactory substitute for woodpulp in paper making The forests are being rapidly denuded without adequate is now controled by a gigantic trust which is in a position to squeeze con sumers at will The palmetto flats would furnish an inexhaustible supply of paper stock since so long as the roots are in the ground the tops will be abun dantly reproduced The tops may be cut off every year with the positive assurance that another full crop will be forthcoming the next season Har vesting palmetto for paper does not destroy the producing stock Mr John H Stephens of Jack sonville is authority for the statement that the saw palmetto will make the finest and best paper in the world That being true we ought to have pa per mills in many parts of south Geor gia and Florida within a few years OldTime Gas Charges People who are inclined to grumble at the price of gas nowadajs might do worse than study a schedule of charges issued by the Liverpool pany in the year 1817 Instead of so much per cubic foot being levied each individual burner was charged for and the price varied according to the hour at which the light was to be extin guished Thus for using one No 1 Argand burner up till eight p m three pounds sterling per annum bad to be paid For the right to keep it alight until nine 3 18s was the figure while those blades who sat up till 10 11 or 12 had to disburse 4 16s 5 12s and 6 Ss respectively Im agine the gas bill house where ten or twelve burners are flaring away un til the small hours if such a method of taxation were in force nowadays Liv erpool Post Wi I I indigenous Untilwithin hasbeen acidare producedar- ticles today paperhascom- pete beingtaken manufacture Gaslightcom ata 01 t on- O dynasty undergrowth hardly extensively t c a SEEDSs Purchasedfrom Womt Stubbs a Co Produce Paying Crops and give the most results Our Stocks are the best and we carry s the largest assortment of Seeds in the Central West Vegetable Field Grass Flower and Lnwn Grass Seeds Seed Potatoes Onion Sets ieed Grain antI all the best Forage3 crops at moderate Our Now Catalogue is a Dandy filled with information you need about tlsrcripliotif owing f ingall valuable 3 articles each written ly authorities on subject on Cow Ptas Market Car Forage Crops Fertilizers Tk provided you mention this Peper WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KY Her Idea of It I dont see how anyone can lose money in speculation she remarked thoughtfully Do you consider it so simple he asked Why certainly As I understand it allyou have to do is to buy when things are going up and sell when they are coming down But how are you going to know which way they are going he Why why I never thought of that she answered It does make a difference doesnt it Chicago Post Took Too Much Mrs Gadd Did you ever I heard Deacon De Goode come home last night howling drunk Mrs youre mistaken The deacon was out with some men and took too many temperance drinks thats all But he howled like a dervisher That wasnt drunk that was colic X Y Weekly AVIint Puzzled Her Mrs Crimsonbeak Theres one thing about my husband I neur could understand Mrs whats thai Why when he comes home late he cant find the keyhole but when he gets inside from the noise ho makes he seems to find everything in the room Yonkers Statesman How We Differ In China remarked the first a man who commits a crime often gets another to take his punishment and gives him monej for it In this country replied the see ond a man who commits a crime may swear it on to another and give him the laugh for Post Conducive to Loneliness Theres nothing I enjoy so much as a quiet smoke all by myself Well you ought to have little trouble in keeping away from crowds as long as there are any in the box from which that one TimesHerald Vusteil Opportunities The man who kicks the livelong day May boast perchance of duty done But finds hes frittered quito away The hours when other folk have fun Washington Star DECLINED WITH THANKS J9 i fIts eachi del1in Q Well FREB 6 inquired GabbOh temperance YeastAnd itChicago cameChicago k i 1 Fungus mall It Little Boy What do you want dunno What yer got Little Boy fumps Chicago Chronicle Profound Logic Mosc Aint it funny dat a mans brains am in his head but his sense am in his neck 30 make dat out Mose Why ef yo want to knock a man senseless yo have to hit him in de neck Judge Almoat an Angel Most ingratiating man I ever knew said the former acquaintance of the deceased Why that fellow could wheel a baby buggy along the sidewalk during a street parade and get nothing but smiles Indianapolis Press Customer in barbers you havent heard Herr Von Thumper the worldfamed pianist German Barber Nein Dose bian ists neffer batronize me an so I nef fer batronize dem TitBits As a Reminder Rivers I wish I could remember what I tied that knot in this handker chief for Brooks Perhaps to conceal the in the corner I lost one like it the other day Chicago Tribune Such a Poor Neighborhood Mrs you troubled much in your neighborhood with borrowing Mrs B innocently Yes a good deal My neighbors dont seem to have anything I want Stray Stories Scientific Truths Do you know that colors affect ones spiritsOf when I buy a blue neck tie at night and it turns out to be green I get hopping mad Chicago TrampI PeteHow i Live and Let Live chairSo initials AAre Record- S Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knight of Pythias meets every Frida night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed J E RoBINsoN C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S Incorporated LANCASTER EXCHANGE B a tillTile Te1eplioe CoDany 19 Acton Dr J M Office Residence 80 Arnold W A Livery- 1B 88 Bradley W O Residence 1 A H Residence 63 M Grocery 78 BallouH M Residence 3 Beazley J A Residence 83 Blue Grass Grocery J R Payne 45 Burton W B Livery 14 A Residence 105 Dry Goods 56 Bates J H Residence 50 Buck B P Meat Market 1082 Beazley Dr W S Oilier 1083 Beazley Dr W S Residence oII B Henry 43 Central RBCOKD Louis Landram 18 Citizens Bank 10 Collier J B Residence 28 Conn J B Carriage Shop 20 Curry T Grocery 37 E29 Elkin T S Meat Market 66 Elkin Residence F75 Fox Mrs R II Residence 21 Frisbie F P Pharmacy 97 Frisbie F P Residence 106 Residence 0110 Garrard Hotel T B Long 48 Residence 23 Gill Mrs Margaret Residence 103 Grant DrJWDentist Office Res 103 Grant M Physician Of rice Residence H49 Haselden J R Hardware 532 Hemphill J C Office 533 Hemphill J C Residence 40 Herndon Wm Law Office 73 Herndon Wm Residence 4 Herring Dr H C Office Resd 81 Higginbotham J M Residence 102 Higginbotham J M Hardware 15 Hudson B F Residence 38 Hobbs Mrs Maggie Seamstres- sJ 79 Johnston McClelland Residence 32 Joseph Jake Dry Goods 24 Joseph Jake Residence K92 Kinnaird Dr J B Office 93 Kinnaird Dr J B Residence 34 Kinnaird Robt Residence 7 Kinnaird Wm II Residence L43 Landram Louis RECORD Office 68 Leavell S T Planing Mill Coal 94 Lusk Miss Elisa School Supt 91 Logan J M Dry Goods 83 Logan J M Residence 92 Logan Robinson Shoe Store ML 89 Mason Hamilton Livery 67 Mason Hotel U D Sympspn 16 Marksbury H A B Granary 76 Marksbury H A B Residence 55 McRoberts Druggist 26 Minor J S Son Flour Mill 41 Moss Hudson Coal Office 99 Moss W B Residence 84 Moore Eld A R Residence A Bas fi BaUou H Burnside R Batson R H CemeteryS CourtHouse T S Farra John Gaines B V Dr II R E jsr 31 National Bank 85 Noel Sisters Millinery 35 Poultry IF 5 Patterson G M Grocery Coal 8 Patterson G M Residence 100 Patterson Sympson Grocery 44 Poor Mrs J W Residence 82 Powell CD Grocery 104 Police Court 74 Office R 33 Rigney Residence 25 Romans W J Carriage Shop 36 Robinson Wm Residence 62 Robinson JC Hardware 58 Reid Thos Residence S 12 Stone R 39 Stormes J E Druggist 2 Stormes J E Residence 87 Siler Mat Meat Market 101 Sweeney J W Residence XT 70 Underwood R Grocery w64 Walker Lewis Law Office OS Ward Bros Flour Mill Lumber 4 Ward Wm Residence 6L Wesley Dr I S Residence 6 Wesley Dr IS Office 6 Walters Dr B F Office 59 White Capt F J Residence 72 Residence 57 West Robt M Tobacco Barn Z 17 Zimmer R Bakery Toll Stations to InSiiliscrite C A Robinson 15c Wm Cook lUc Hubble lOc Moss lOc Leander Davidson lOc JesseWalden Dairy lOc Nonsubscribers will have to go to exchange or Toll Station for all mes sages on toll lines TOLL STATIONS Ed Owens 15c S Morgan lOc Wm Lawson 15c Jess Fox 25c Marksbury P O N II Bogie 15c Dr Elliott Residence 15c Bryantsville 15c Residence 15c Bourne J B Bourne 25c Hubble J A Hammonds 15c Gilberts Creek 15c Bog Browns Residence lOc Preachersville J L Hutchins 20c Robert West Residence 15c Hyattsville J II Hurt lOc Point Leavell J L Doty 15c McCreary Woners Store 15c Stone at mouth of Sugar Creek 25c All places not mentioned above are 25 cents Northcott II Boo oo Pettiford Dr W 0 rrs AGrocery Yard R R L V E J n Dunn oo Si I my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service Onehalf mile from on Danville pike willstand JA ROBINSON Lancaster A BOON MANKIND TABLETS BUCKEYE TO Of1r kr 1 0 2 I DJ 1 gOJ J j i1 PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES FBALLARD Soli Pnfricfir 310 lid Hall Street ST LOWS HCL STOIfciMES DRUG STORE INTERNALand WORMSJ WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEKort In Quantity Best ia Quality FIr 20 aU RIadilYurs laS Led Worm 1 ClaD T xIazRv Oz 1 bJ AME F ALLARD It Louie a w WE OUARANTEBDr CaJdwells to cureany case Constipation Indigestion Sick or Trouble when taken according to directions T Dn W B CALDWELL If after taking twothirds of a fifty purchase IMCC todoPEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY MONTICCLLO ILLINOIS are the most fatal of all dis DISEASES eases iIEY FOLEYS fJRycy a Guaranteed Remedy CURE is or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 5c and SJOO PUBLIC SALE I will on the fourth Monday in January 1901 before the Ccurt in ter about eleven oclock a m sell to the highest and best bidder a tract of land con 22 acres anti a fraction located on the Lexington five miles from Lancaster op the farm of Thos 1 Herring kirown as the place Terms 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