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I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Matter NUMBER 47 LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY li 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t I tntntYEAR LAl DRAM t p rg P ELVENTH Buy your Plows Plow Gear Wagon Ereechin 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 A Beazley Co Funeral Directors QIIQQIIOOOOOOIOOOIIOOODOOOO i JOQOOOOO OOQOOOOCCIIIOOoQIO J R IIASELDEL Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward AND VICINITyroo 100 OlIO 00 co 0100000001000 0 nocoHoo 000 01 0000 1110 LANCASTER Eg Fresh oysters at T Currys Silver and gold braids and buttons for waist trimmings at Josephs Why do we all feel kinder toward each other after seeing Faust Porter J White carries over 3 tons of scenery and electrical effects The Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs A R Moore Saturday afternoon Zarings flour the best made try it and be convinced Patterson Symp Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for at other places Nice lot fence posts and pickets at Wards lumber yard feb 142t Car load poplar shingles received Prices right R GWard Give us a call when in need of gro ceries we have a full line Patterson Sympson Porter J White travels in his own private magnificent Pullman The BeatriceOlga Porter J White carries 300 rubber plants and palms for the grand gar den scene of Faust Tucked materials lace allovers aplique trimming for fancy bolero waists at Josephs For rent a nice office of two rooms on Lexington street For terms ap ply to Mrs Dr ONeal A Sock Social will be given here shortly This shuts out Dave Ross and Maj Kinnaird from attending Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottomin prices T Currey Seventyfive new patterns in clocks 8day strike at special low for thirty days Thompson the Jeweler You cannot make or save one or two dollars easier than to go toW J Ro mans for a set of buggy or surrey bar I son runners feb 142t prices J l inferior goods ness On March First Is Our Time For Taking Stock We want to close our stock down as low as pos sible In order that we may have as few goods as possible to invoice we will make SPECIAL LOW PRICES on all classes of merchandise- In many instances will sell for less than cost Dont miss this opportunity to some of these Great Bargains 60c Bed Comforts at 85c Bed Comforts at 125 Bed Comforts at 175 Bed Comforts at 225 Bed Comforts at 600 Fine Wool Blankets at 500 Fine Wool Blankets at 400 Fine Wool Blankets at Mens Heavy Boots and Shoes will be sold for LESS THAN COST Mens and Boys Suits Overcoats and Underwear will be included in this sale Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes will be sold at Great Bargins in this Sale Those who hold our premium tickets and want chances on the money to be given away should bring them in and get their names in the can The Logan Dry Goods Co fIW pICkup 38c 59c 83c L19 150 398 290 w50 J I S 0rp 0 Qp 0 0 Q t p 4 Q 0 Q 0- f 0 r G iX e 4 Patterson Sympson have just re ceived a nice assortment of Ladies and Children Shoes up to date Shoes at correct prices Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf THE RECORD tries to publish all the local happenings of general interest and if we chance to miss an item its not done intentionally The Blue Grass Grocery Store is headquarters for all kinds of Grass Seed and Seed Oats at lowest prices Finest corn at 5c per can Jno M Farra received a box of cigars from Lt Cabbel who is in the Philippine Islands They were start ed Dec 10 and just landed here Notice to Creditors All those indebted to John Shea decd will please call and settle feb142t S C Denny Admr You can find all kinds rough and dressed lumber flooring ceiling si ding mouldings doors c at feb142t R G Ward When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are us ing it Miner Son I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey Nine good yearling steers weight about 650 John S Baughman Hyattsville Ky India linen Swiss embroideries hamburg embroideries lnsertionsand laces Call and see our superb lines Good Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper The Masonic lodge conferred the third degree upon Mr J L White Tuesday evening and last evening passed Fred Frisbie to the degree of Fellow Craft A water valve at the electric light plant slipped a few nights ago and flooded the flywheel pit Manager Patterson received a drenching that he Will not soon forget 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 Reserved seats will be pegged for Faust as long as there are calls for them You had better go to Stormes and drive a tack in the board or you may have to stand Saturday night Our lines of spring percales and ginghams are now ready for inspec tion You should call before stocks are broken Theyre daisiesJ Joseph House For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick Robin son known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson Sock Social The ladies of the Helping Hand will give a sock social at the Baptist parsonage Friday night Feb 22 Re freshments will be served Full par ticulars next week Old Dead W H Harris the wellknown pro prietor of Harrris Nickle Plate Show died at Chicago Sunday He was well known in Lancaster his show having been here a number of times We are now very busy making a number of new buggies for the Spring trade and the best material money can buy is going in them If you want the best buggy in central we have it W J Romans Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods arc all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood Just Received One car of Cypress Shingles We bought these shingles at a bargain and can sell them at 325 per thousand our regular price being 350 J S See the magnificent and bewildering scenery in Porter J Whites big pro duction of Faust At Opera House Saturday Feb 16 General admission 50 cents balcony 35 cents Reserved seats 75 cents at Stormes Drug Store Public Renting ofGrass Land I will rent publicly to the highest bidder at Bryantsville Saturday af ternoon Feb 16th about 350 acres of good grass land located near Bryants ville Hallie B Sweeney Bryantsville 17tf For Sale t atvery Showman Kentucky Miner Son I sash Joseph Farmers who have not already se cured one of our Hancock disc plows should call and get one on trial or see it work Its an eyeopener time and laborsaver a moneymaker Sold by Gaines Bros The remains of Mrs Wm Long were interred in the Lancaster Cem etery Sunday She resided near Mc Creary and was a member of a prom inent family of that section Our re porter disappointed us in not sending in a report of the death Have we any railroad news Well yes A committee is working on the right of way and another is securing subscriptions Quite a number of our monied men have planked down five hundred dollars each and others are coming up with liberal sums A Card of Thanks I desire to thank the many kind friends who were so willing to help us our recent great trouble I certainly appreciate these kindnesses and have not words at my command to express my heartfelt thands Mrs Ed T Minor Present for Mrs Yerkes The revenue men of this district presented Mrs John W Yerkes wife of the Commissioner of Internal Rev enuea handsome tea service val ued at two hundred dollars for the esteem in which they held Mr Yerkes as Collector of Internal Revenue Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here C Becker- tf Bryantsville Wheat Badly Damaged Richmond Pantagraph The for the wheat crop in this county is said to be very discouraging Badly handicapped by a late start and hav ing had no snON to protect it from the cold it has suffered severely from the freezes notwithstanding that they have been very light and a large shortage is expected The fourth act of shows the Shrine of the Virgin the illuminated electric star drops with the blue dome of heaven paling into darkness bedecked here and there with twinkling stars At Ope ra House Saturday Feb 16 General admission 50 cents balcony 35 cents Reserved seats 75 cents at Stormes Drug Store minor Moved to Louisville The physicians attending Ed Minor who was shot by Hamilton decided Saturday to take him to Louisville He was placed on a cot carried to the night train and placed in the baggage car The trip was fairly successful and he stood it remarkably well He was taken to the Norton Infirmar and reports say that while he is not out ot danger yet he is making good headway toward recovery Senatorial Convention The Democratic Committee for the Eighteenth Senatorial District met at Stanford Monday and ordered pre cinct conventions to be held April 6 to name delegates to county conven tions to be held April 8 which will send delegates to a district conven tion to be held at Stanford April 11 to nominate a candidate for the Senate The Hon George T Farris and Capt E W Lillard are the only candidates Editor Walton CUlled Lexington former editor of this paper W P Walton was handsomely caned by Sheriff H M Bosworth yesterday in the pres ence ot a number of gentlemen who seemed to enjoy the performance The cane ismade of leather is silver tip ped and a beautiful one Mr Walton is very proud of it both friend ly spirit the gift betokens and because it came from the hand of the man who captured Caleb Powers Prof L avells Publication Prof L A one of the best known colored school teachers in cen tral Kentucky has commenced the publication of periodical called the Twentieth Century Literars Digest and the first number is quite a credit to him It is an illustrated magazine devoted to the educational religious industrial social and political of the colored race As Prof Leavell is a former Garrard county man many here fel interested in his success all In After working constantly for three weeks electrician Jim Anderson has finished putting the lights in the opera house The flash pan in front of the stage contains lamps and throws a light as as day all over the stage All the other lights have been put in and the house is now one of the most brilliantly light ed in the state A novel feature is a dimmer by which the lights can be raised and lowered This will be a big advantage in the production of Faust Saturday night Notice outlook Faust DemocratThe forthe Leavell interests bright during silver gorgeously Lights Latest Fahliluu Idcux Spring ares materials early spring millinery spring amusements for chil dren the Lenten table aspring break fast and 84 styles of spring dressmak ing are part of the offering to women in the March Delineator The ruff which in many forms has so decided ly changed the appearance of gar ments in the past years is described in the March number of The Delineat or under the The Evolution of the Ruff The article is very ful ly illustrted and traces the ruff beyond Elizabethan times Excursion to Washington Presidential Inauguration Ceremo nies via Queen Crescent Route March 4th 1901 Fare one way for the round trip from all stations on the Q C Tickets on sale March 1 2 and 3 good to return until March J Lower rates are made for parties of twentyfive or more of organized mili tary companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any agent who will give you further information if desired or address W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Danville Property Sale I offer for sale my residence on East Main street in Danville The house is practically new is in firstclass re repair and one of the most attractive and convenient in town It has all modern improvements and is in a lo cality rapidly becoming of the most popular in the city Desiring to sell at once I offer the place at a bar gain and on easy terms Call at once and inspect the premises II Giovaunoli Big Show at Court House W H Harris OldTime Negro Min strels will give a performance at th court house tomorrow Friday night Capt Harris isone of the bestknown colored men in central Kentucky and has a wide reputation for giving good shows He has some clever dancers a wirewalker a man who eats glass and fire good singers and a whole raft oi fun makers Harris will reserve part of the house for white people and many will attend He insures good order Admission 10 and 15 cts Performance begins at eight oclock Pure AnirloSax Editor of RECORD Dear see an article in paper of 17th of last month attributing the appalling or growth of insanity to the custom of intermarriage among the mountaineer Now Bro Ed come off I was raised in Southeastern Kentucky and can truthfully never saw or heard of a crazy man un til I was thirty years of age and not very many since or a single case of suicide in all these years and the rea son for this is that we are pure anglo Capt Tas Johnson Preachersville Ky Feb 2 1001 Will Cost Nothing to Telephone THE RECORD will pay all charges for telephoning any order for printing you may have If YOU want a job done call up 43 and describe what you want and we will pay the charges do your work promptly and guarantee satis faction in both quality and price Our friends McCreary Buckeye Pt Leavell Paint Lick Preachersville or any other point reached by the telephone lines will find this quite a convenience hope they will ring us up when in need of anything in the printing line Remember we pay the freight Long Sermon In Few Words A drinker who died in Oswego N Y left the following significant doc ument as last will and testa ment What stronger indictment of the saloon could be written It reads 1 leave to society a ruined character a wretched example and a memory that will soon rot 1 leave to my parents as much sorrow as they can in their feeble state bear I leave to my brothers and sisters as much shame and mortification as I can bring on them I leave my wife a broken heart and a life of shame I leave to each of my children poverty ignorance a low character and a re membrance that their father filled a drunkards grave CHEAP RATES To New York City via tIle Chesapeake aud Ohio Railway Oi account of the spring meeting of the New YorK Merchants Associa tion the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail way will sell round trip tickets to New York at one and onethird fare on the certificate plan good going on February 13th to the 17th inc and March 1st to the 4th inc and will be good to return 30 days from date of sale On this basis the round trip rate from Lexington is 2460 and tickets will be good for stopovers in Baltimore Philadelphia not to exceed ten days in either place The Chesapeake and Ohio Route is the line from Lexington andCen tral Kentucky with through sleepers and Dining Car service through to New York without change information given orreserva tionsdesired will be made on receipt o advice If you have not yet with the Secretary of the New York Association better do so at once Geo W Barney Div Pass tf Agt Lexington Ky Q C ticket Cur Capt SirIyour say 1 saxons at and- y his Washington Il t heading one increase registered Still Makes Light of Gurrud The Stanford Journal continues to make fin of Garrard and never an opportunity to give our people a dig Hear his latest If talk amounts to anything Lancaster will certainly get the Southern Railroad We are glad to know that our people realize that talk is cheap though and are sawing wood and saying Let them keep the while our Garrard county friends are wasting their wind in speech We will say this Eddie If the road is constructed your way it will not be speech here recently If Lincoln county gives anything to that railroad it will ha the she has ever given away anything Economy and Cheapness The puts it in this way Economy is one thing is another A great many get them mixed Economy is the easiest way of ecompassing desirable end cheapness the smallest cost for a stilted object Sounds somewhat alike but its really quite different For instance put in this way Econ omy is the least expenditure to get the accent on the there Cheapness is the least expenditure to GET accent on the get In one case you arrive at the end in the other you may be wallowing along in the mud It is not economy to go hunting in patentleather though the German Emperor does it it would be worse than extravagance to go to a dinner in hunting boots Find out what you want to where and select your with a view of getting THERE Look Out For No 1 The Burgin Record man should look a little further than the end of his nose if he has the interest of hjs town at heart He says Owing to the superiority of Danville in every men tionable particular it is more than likely that the first named town will secure the railroad extension Now see here sonny if the road is run via Danville it will leave your town high and dry about four miles to its right Then again the Southern Railway doesnt care two straws for such towns as Danville or Lancaster either on this extension as they are after the most direct line for through business In steaa of proclaiming to the world tbat Danville is so far superior to every mentionable particular you had better be looking after your own towns mutton or you may be left out in the cold Fine Play to Flue Audience Pekin Ill Daily J White supported by talented Olga Verne and an exceptionally strong company appeared in Faust before a packed house at the Standard thea ter last evening and gave Pekin oneof the finest theatrical productions ever seen in the city Mr White is a fin ished actor and truly merited the gen erous applause which was given him throughout the evening From an electrical standpoint last nights en tertainment was the finest ever seen in the city and scenically speaking it hustled the best we have ever had Last night was Mr Whites first visit to our city and he has a right to feel proud of the warm reception which he received at the hands of our thea ter goers Mr White gave such per fect satisfaction last evening that he will always draw well in Pekin At Opera House Saturday Feb 16 General admission 50 cents balcony 35 cents Reserved seats 75 cents at Stormes Drug Store The Festive Candidate Behold the candidate He cometh up like a flower and retireth from the race busted His friends till him with false hopes and atmosphere He swelleth like a toad and thinketh the earth hisn He kisseth the children and scattereth his microbes among the innocent babes He privately chew eth a clove when he meeteth the preacher and as he converseth with him in pious tones he standeth lee ward and curbeth his breath as with a strong bit lie goeth home late at night to a weary wife with a beery breath and cold feet IIe riseth up betimes and hiketh forth without his breakfast saying I want to see a man The dead beat waiteth and watchethihcn pulls his leg to a Kings taste He naileth a lie but before election day cometh he runneth outof nails He giveth liberally to the church he subscribeth a good sum for the band and he contributes to the man whose was burned he be stoweth alms he signeth his friends note he sendeth a small keg hither and a large one thither he yieldeth up his substance with apparent After the election he goeth out of the barn and ki keth himself and teareth his hair and calleth him self a rotterdam fool He returnethto the wife of his bosom Behold a idiot look now upon adodrot ted fool gaze upon a dodgasted sim pleton cast your eyes Upon a beetle shaped dunce who hath not sense enough to carry entrals to a barrel Then his wife replieth i told you so which causeth him to go forth his sorrow in drink Ex misses JJ nothing ark amoving JJ countydoes first Middleshoro News cheapness THEREwith therewith bootsal dowhen howthen medium in TimesPorter barn back anddrown time people Lancaster alacrity driveling Death of Little Eugene After suffering for several weeks little Eugene Beazley died Saturday night about eleven oclock The fellow was a sufferer from measles and whooping cough which finally caused a stubborn complication which skilled medical aid and loving hands were unable to check He was the eldest son of Dr and Mrs Walter S Beazley and in his 3rd year Eugene was a child far above the average in intellect and personal appearance lie had a friendly disposition that made him a pet with not only the house hold but the people generally one knew Gene and greeted him with attention seldom given to a fellow of his tender years Altho humored his good manners attracted the attention of all Even when only a spark of life remained he never forgot the Thank you when waited upon by those devoted parents but they can find sweet consolation in the fact that he is Safe in the Arms of Jesus wherj he will know no suffering there to await their coming Eld AR Mo rj conducted a short service at the fami ly residence Sunday afternoon and the remains were tenderly laid away in the Lancaster Cemetery A regular lOc Standard Sugar Corn per can Finest String Beans tender as if just picked at 5c per can Golden Yellow Pumpkins large can at 5c Best Cultivated Blackberries full cans at 7c Nice Yellow or White Table Peaches large cans at 12Jc Best Pie Peaches large cans at 8c Cal ifornia Evaporated Apricots atlOc per pound California Evaporated Peaches strictly fancy at 7c or 4 lbs for acts Evaporated Apples a lOc package or 4 packages for 25c Apple But ter and Jelly at 4c per lb 1000 Best Parlor matches for 5c Golden Glory Starch the King of all others at 2o per lb Best Baking Soda 4 Ibs for 5c boxes of 5c Ball Blue for 5c Arm Hammer Soda large size at 4c per package Gold Dust Washing Powder at 4c per package Pearline at 4c per package Washing Gas at 3Jc per pkg S ipolio ot 8c per barGrand Pj Won der Soap at 4c per bar 9 bars Ives Family Soap for 25c 16 bars Tommy Soap for 25c Babbitts Lye at Sic per can Star Lyeat 4c per can Uneeda Biscuits at 4c per package Fresh Crackers at 5c per pound Fresh Snaps at 5c per pound Good Yin egar at lOc per gallon Crystal Syrup at 2uc per gallon Canned Table Syrup 1 qt size at DC Canned Table Syrup 2 qt size at ISc Canned Table Syrup 4 qt size at 3Uc Royal Baking Powder I lb cans at 40c Royal Baking Powder lb cans at 21c Royal Baking Powder t lb cans at 12c Royal Baking Powder lOc can for Sc Best Macaroni at Sc per package Yeast Foam at 4c per box Bird Seed at 5c per package Best Com at 5c per packae T M ing per box Climax lOc Shoe Pol ish at Sc per box Enameline Stove Polish at 4c per box lOc Cake of Ris nig Sun Stove Polish at 5c per box Blue Grass Grocery Death of Mr Cook After a protracted illness Mr J V Cook died at the home of his sonin law Mr Jake Robinson in this city Saturday night about eleven oclock ed for a number of years He moved to Garrard about forty years ago and bought a fine farm upon which he lived until a few years ago when his health began to fail He then came to town and has since been with his daughter as stated above Mr Cook was always among the most prosper ous and prominent farmers in the little Every pettedand boyis Bargains at fie Starch Black at Ie r countyKy little for- Te J Ginger l I i county He was very successful in business a man of fine judgement honest in all dealings with his fellow man and always ready to help those in distress He was a member of the Christian church and as long able never missed a service Three children survive him Mrs J B Kin naird Mrs J A Robinson and Mr William R Cook Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church Monday morning at eleven oclock by Eld Allen R Moore and the remains interred in the Lancaster Cemetery to- go COFFEE CHASE SHORN C F BLAME CO H M SOLE AGENTS CENTRAL RECORD Thursday February 14 1901 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY p rl Jf Jf Jf BALL U i I 0 tERMS ONE YBAB IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 50 THREE 25 ONE of the biggest shams recently is the alleged opposition to the to be pulled off in Cincinnati Friday night Gov Nash is making a grandstand play while several smaller potatoes in the city have been on their ear proclaiming that the fight shall not come off The funny part of the affair is that the promoters of the fight have gone steadily along with preparations for the mill That it will take place there has never been any doubt such things are in keeping with tle Queen City If all our money was not wagered on the result of the fight we would make a bet that fourfifths of the otlicers who have made such a fuss will be at the ring side among the most enthusiastic spectators THE dishing out of honors to those army officers with a political pull was resumed at Washington this week and the program prepared before the soldiers were ordered to is being carried out Those politicians standing nearest the powersthatbe were given the high est honors while those men who had given the best days of their life to the army were politely handed a cold po tato An army officer without a pull stands in the same attitude as would a clawless cat in perdition AT Paris Ky Monday night a ne gro was taken from the county jail and hanged to a beam over the court house door When juries begin to do their duty and courts cease to grant all manner of delays on request of jackleg lawyers then it will not become necessary for the citizens to take the law into their own hands Had Judge Lynch held hands off at Paris the chances are that the negro would have gotten off with a short term in the penitentiary for one of the most dastardly crimes known ON invitations to ladies dinner we frequently see the subject for discussion given in flaming This may be the proper caper these days but if the good women blessem are to be limited to one and prohibited from talking about the neighbors its safe to a short life for the new custom TUB Winchester Democrat says when a mans wife is out of town for a while he soon begins to hunt up bakeshops If he would stop with bakeshops the good lady would have cause for rejoicing Its tother kind of shops that most frequently catch hubby while the boss A Louisville jury has actually up enough nerve to say that a murderer must be hung for his crime If some enterprising fellow would get a photograph of that remarkable twelve he could dispose of copies at most any old price Such things are scarce in Kentucky As MRS NATION goes armed with a hatchet we presume all soda fountain RKINNAIRD INSURANCE Representing Follow ill Companies Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile attempted prize fight s stormSantiago political parties letters subject predict is away summed r lema LifcIns Cogf a I ILL s- clocks fcalco it for granted she wants a nail driven in her drink and govern themselves accordingly IF all the merchants who go to Cin cinnati this week to buy goods will make purchases the houses there will have few goods left by night PKEACHEBSVILLE J L Hutchins sold six hogs to S Morgan for 4c W H Cummins has been on the sick list for a few days We are having some nice winter weather at this time Prof J C McKee was at Lancaster first of the week on business J P Rogers sold a horse to L Grif fin for 40 also one to Sol Rigsby for 70 Levy Rogers left here Wednesday for Oklahoma where he will make his future home Bro Carmichael preached some very interesting sermons Sunday at the Baptist church There are about sixtyfive scholars in school here and more expected soon Our school cannot be surpassed A J Thompson bought three hops from W M Sprinkles for 12 also 8 sheep from Jack Sutton for 35 Mrs Baler Mrs Sarah and Mrs Grove Konnedy are on the sick list this week We hope they will all be out soon Mr James B Curtis of Garrard county and Miss Lucy the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs B S Lunce ford was married last Wednesday May happiness and prosperity be theirs through life Mr Will Duvall died at his home in this place the 7th inst leaving a wife and several children and relativesand many friends to mourn his loss He was a member of theMethodist church May the Lord comfort the bereaved Mrs Sowder was badly burned Sun day evening She was making tea in a quart can and prized the top off when the steam and water flew in her face burning one eye out and fears are entertained for the other eye TUNE Mr G W Anderson is on the sick list again Mrs Eliza Moberley is very low with pneumonia Mr Wm Wall is suffering very much with his hand which he stuck a buckle in Mr Luther Simpson says he books 305 pounds of hemp in one day Who can beat this L L Sanders had a piece of hemp containing two acres which turned out 3000 pounds Wm King son of Buck King died last Wednesday of terment at Buckeye cemetery- If we should undertake to report all of the sick in this community we would have quite an extensive letter One or two new cases of measles in this community but the grip is rag ing whole families being down with it at once Our village is have a firstclass grist mill which is opera ted by Messrs John and Tom Hicks of McCreary Misses Ida and Willie Pierce and Alice Saddler of Buckeye were of the Misses Sanders last week Miss Carrie Walker of Hanley spent last week with her sister Mrs C S Sanders and Mrs John Wal ker of Hanky also spent last with Mr C S Sanders and wife Mrs Osee Campbell passed thro here last Monday on her way to where she expects to make her future home Rev A Meldrum of Lexington filled his appointment at Scotts Fork church first Sunday Mrs Wm Scott of Frankfort made a flying visit to his sister Mrs Mary H Sanders a few days since The infant of Mr and Mrs Willis died last Wednesday of measles and whooping cough Miss Alice Saddler of Buckeye is spending this week with her grandfather J M Sanders of Judson Mr LH Crutch field and wife spent Thurday in your town BETTIS Jack Bourne sold a horse to James Hamilton for 85 Bourne and Cox sold a calf to J A Robinson for 1750 Mr N B Sutton is improving slowly The family of Mose Adams is down with measles On last Saturday night Mr Loyd Bourne heard some onesupposed to oe a tramp to knock at his door When he answered the knock he found by close inspection it was some one who wore a false Bourne at once asked what he would have His was a slice of bacon and Mr Bourne howeverthought it to be some of the neighbors aiming for a joke and did not need much and bread Rev Wolford of Lancaster visited among his brethren last week and dined with Mr and Mrs John Collier Miss Mamie Daily of Hubble vis ited her aunt Mrs Robert Bettis the latter part of the week R C Ham ilton and wife visited her sister Sun day Mr Taylor House and wife of Sweeney visited Loyd Bourne and wife Sunday Biff Bourne visited his cousin Cleveland Bourne night Mrs Shipton Estes and family visited her brother Sunday John Smith accompanied by his sis ter Miss Eliza visited relatives near Stanford last week a J J 1If6 Saturday pneumoniain improvingwe visitors Saturday Missouri little Huffman faceMr answer cornbread bacon Saturday i wholes tle King fir a LICK Mrs E H Ballard sold a pair of mules to Alex Parrish for 120 Alex Ross sold his farm of 64 acres to M L Noe at 38 per aore Our doctors are riding night and day trying to head off the grip Sam Jennings drew the watch that was raffled off by Allen Thompson Buford Ely and wife have both been ill with grip ever since they returned- R L Jennings Co are using the rebate stamps and are getting a large tradet Mr John Rout who has been poor ly for some time is gradually growing worseSome of our democrats are inclined to kick a little they are not exactly satisfied with the ticket Miss Mattie Thompson of Lancas ter who has been at the bedside of her sister Mrs Jennings return homeOur here have been invited to take part in the gymnasium to be given at Richmond on the evening of March the 14th There are seventeen people at the Veranda Hotel and every one of them lace been sick except Mrs C B En gleman and she has not had time to get sick William Doty better known as Bil ly Goat who has been learning teleg raphy here left Monday night for Montgomery Alabama where he has accepted a lucrative position Jack Adams is a candidate for mag istrate in this district and would make a good officer Paint Lick has never asked for anything before and there are quite a number of in this neck o the woods say if the party dont tote right they will hear something heavy fall in Novem MABKSBDRY Mr Wilson Moore has been quite sick with pneumonia Miss Jennie Swope attended the fu neral of her friend Mrs Will Long at Buckeye Sunday News was received Sunday of the death of Mrs Will Long at her home near Buckeye Mrs Long formerly lived in this community She was a giod Christian woman a kind and wife and neighbor Funer al services were held Sunday after noon by Rev B A Copass Miss Carrie Huggins of Nicholas vine is visiting Mrs F K Sutton Mrs Walter Perkins is quite sick with pneumonia Mr Henry Parks and sister Miss Julia visited friends at Hubble Sunday Mrs Ben Hughes of Lancaster is spending this week with her mother Mrs Margaret Sut ton Jesse Walden and wife of Danville are the guests of Dr H C Herring and family BUCKEYE Miss Sular Simpson entertained the junior set Saturday evening Mr Lee Brown visited his parents at Buena Vista last week who are quite ill Mrs Herod Ray is making relatives at Frankfort a visit of two weeks duration Mrs Bee Ray and son of Sanders Ferry are visiting friends and relatives here Miss Obie Hill and Mr Lewis Mc Cullough were married at Lancaster the 5th Miss Hill has made her home with her relative Mrs Nell Da vis since the decease of her mother She is a cousin of Rev Frank Hill formerly pastor of the M E church at Lancaster She is a girl of intelli gence refinement and Christian at tributes and has won the love and respact of those with whom she asso ciates Mr McCillough belongs to a welltodo and highly respected He is a moral sensible and rath rather handsome young man and held in highest esteem by a large circle of friends Both young people are quite popular in local society MT HEBRON We are glad to report the grip and pneumonia patients of this locality improving J B Bourne has lost several head of cattle in the last month While the citizens of this county are rejoicing over Mrs Nation for merly being a resident of Garrard I wonder if any would a visit from her and sustain her in smashing the blind tigers Mr Asa Wilson of Orangeville tins been visiting friends and relatives in this county for several days Miss A E Scott spent last Thursday with Mrs Tom Stone in Lancaster Mr A T Wilson who has been sick for some time was able to return to his home in Indiana last weekOn the afternoon of Feb 6th Mr Frank Gammour and Miss Ella Bruce were quiety married at the home of the brides father Mr G A Bruce Rev G W Thompson officiating The bride is an industrious intelligent girl and much thought of by all while the groom is a highly respected farmer of Mercer county We wish them a long happy and successful life A powerful engipe can not run with a weak boiler and we cant keep up the strain of an active life witha stomach neither can we stqp the hu men machine to make repairs If the stomach cannot digest enough food to keep the body strong such a prepara tion as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be used It digests what eat and it simply cant help but do you good Frisbie or Iatl I R exhibition democrats affectionate family appreciate Indiana wen F P f J e PAINT of them you F 14 Go to J S Haselden for a nice hand made saddle or set of harness Miss Mittie Dunn began a select school at this place last Monday Rev Robinson will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church the third Miss Carrie Boulden of Lexington is spendipg the week with with Miss Kate Ison Mr John Dunn of Burgin has been the guestof his brother Poles Dunn the past week The sick in this vicinityare improv ing Mrs Pote Dunn has been very ill also Mr J B Leavell and daughter Mr Barnes of Mercer county and Miss Ella Bruce of Mt Hebron were married at the brides home on the sixth OBITUARY The surprise and sorrow was equally great Wednesday morning when the sad news of the death of Mrs Wm Royston was announced Mrs Roys ton was formerly Miss Annie L Mc Kinney of Stanford for twentythree years she has been indeed and in truth the helpmeet of her devoted and now bereaved husband She was a devout Christian woman and a gen erous and noble friend and owing to her charitable deeds good influence and cheerful disposition her loss will be deeply felt by all who knew her and we can say with the poet She showed how Divine a thing a woman may be made She left a loving and faithful husband who provided for and cherished her in a manner that was never excelled by any also three Christian daughters who are perfect women nobly planned they were the pride and joy of their mother and the comfort of their father and were raised in the nurture and achy nition of the Lord She was lov d uiany as was shown by the that met around her gra Appro priate and impressive sem s were held by Rev Crawford at 1 i home thence to the Lancaster Ceiu tery to await the resurrection morn But we sorrow not as those who have no hope for Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord F II D Resolutions of WHEREAS God in His infinite wis dom has seen fit to from our midst our dear brother T L Sanders and WIIEUEAS we the members of the church of Christ at Stone Scotts Fork feel that in his death his fam fly has lost a loving father his wife a devoted husband and the community a noble citizen and WHEKEAS Mr Sanders was a faith ful and efficient elder in the church and an able worker in the Sunday School now therefore be it RESOLVED that we have lost from our midst one of our ablest workers and most faithful members and fur ther be it RESOLVED that we extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved widow and sorrowing familyand here with bear witness our great loss and that of the church and further be it RESOLVED that a copy of these res olutions be sent to the afflicted fam ily spread on the minutes of the church and published in the local pa perAndrew Meldrum Lewis D Mitch ell J M Sanders T W Green com mittee CARD OF THANKS We this method of extending our heartfelt thanks to the kind friends who were so untiring in assist ing us during our recent bereavement Words are inadequate to express our gratitude Mrs T L Sanders and family Nervous children are almost always thin children The outdoorboy is seldom nervous Whites Cream Ver mifuge is the best preventive of It strengthens the system and assists to that sort of flesh which creates strength and power of endur ence Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes She Rule of Three Three things to govern temper tongue and conduct Three things to and affection Three things to hate cruelty and ingratitude Three things to delight ness freedom and beauty Three things to wish friends and a cheerful spirit Three things to avoid idleness and fllippant jesting Three things to fIght for honor country and home Three things to admire intellectu al power dignity and gracefulness Three things to think about life death and eternity Exchange Should A Man Be Vain Certainly he should He should have ambition to look well good which he cannot do unless he his food Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin aids digestion clears the head keeps the bowels regular and makes a man feel at peace with the whole world Try it R E McRoberts drug gistWomen bad larger waists in ancient the men had larger arms Reports a grater increased death rate from throat and lung due to the prevalence of croup pneumonia and grippe We advise the use of One Minute Cough Cure in all of these difficulties It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Children like it Frisbie 2 nR rANTS vILLE vicinity I take nervousness lovecourage gentleness arrogance infrank forhealth loquacity digests timesbut show troubles F P Sunday wee hi inn call and fe d el 4 The heaviest snowfall of the reported from Central Kansas Peter Poland a member of the fire department committed suicide on account of being hounded by money sharks A woman at Auburn Ind smashed up a saloon because the proprietor had ignored her warning not to sell to her husbandThe States Weather Bureau has developed a system of wireless telegraphy by which ships live hun dred miles out at sea can be signalled Bradley Manwarring aged seventy three died at Danville of pneumonia He was formerly one of the most known carriage manufacturers in the South The jury in the case of George F Weaver on trial for perjury in connec tion with the trial of Caleb Powers was unable to agree upon a verdict and was discharged The jury in the Shotwell murder case at Williamsburg failed to agree and was dismissed- A country post office clerk in North Carolina pluckily tackied four robbers wounding two He was dangerously wounded himself Bishop Favierwho is now inFrance is charged with having looted a house in China of money and valuables to the value of 700000 The prima donna in an opera com pany at St Louis slapped the leading barytone because he threatened to kiss her American troops will not be foom Cuba sooner than six months following the adoption of a Constitution entirely acceptable to the United States It is definitely stated that there is little prospect of a withdrawal before fall The State Board of Valuation order dered the Auditor to certify to the counties interested the value of rail road franchises for county taxation If the boards contention is upheld by the courts it will mean thousands of dollars in taxes for the counties as the assessment will be made retroact ive for a period of five years A mob of determined citizens took George Carter a negro from the county jail at Monday morning and lynched him There was no disorder and many citizens of the town did not know what had taken place until breakfast time Carter a criminal assault upon the person of a white lady Mrs W E Board It was Mrs Carrie Nation was aroused to indignation When she entered Topeka station At the sale of intoxication And without much procrastination It indeed any hesitation She began her demonstration After her usual contemplation And with a grim determination Yet a gleeful expectation consternation That met with the approbation Of the temperance folksof the nation Who were loud in their laudation Even if it proved a ruination To the jointists occupation Selling blue ruin and damnation To the disgust and mortification Of our modern civilization And the bleeding Kansas band So in a fit of desperation She arose and left the station Heading a mighty delegation Who took in the situation And upon reaching her destination Where the beverages of distillation Are sold for the gratification Of those behind the agitation Caused a mighty thunderation When Mrs Carrie Nation Broke up the habitation Of those who seek the consolation Of a drink of fermentation With a hatchet in her hand Her mounful lamentation Prayers and songs and cancantinations Seemed to check their demoralization But it required a castigation And much humiliation t To bring them to a realization That their boozy liquidation Rested upon a frail foundation Of the Devils mechanation Destructive to our naturalization And the curse of all creation She promised them salvation And entire sanctification And a glorious habitation If theyd quit their occupation In the Promised Land Lexington Observer Recent experiments show that all classes of foods may be completely di gested by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which absolutely di what eat As it is the only of all the natural digest ant ever devised the demand become enormous It has never fail ed to cure the very worst cases of in digestion and it always gives instant relief F P Frisbie State Convention Y M C A of Ky Louisville Ky February 21st to 24th 1901 Tickets on sale all Queen Crescent ticket offices in Kentucky at one and one third fare for the round trip on the certificate plan for this convention Write or call on Q C ticket agents for further W C Rinearson G PA Cincinnati O H lOP r 000 a a 0 a 000 o coo a a 00 0 oooo winters Cincinnati widely withdrawn Bourbon attempted CONG LOU EurION Who She created explanationTo combination for ithas information fJ owooreeooooo00oooooeoaeeoaeae GeNERRh NEWSi Paris earl 3I j R I have just invented and procured a new method You only have to make One Trip to have have your teeth extracted and your permanent teeth fitted that you wont have to make but one trip and that one when you have your teeth extracted All neces sary measures are taken and after your gums are perfectly shrunken your teeth are made and sent to you AN ABSOLUTE FIT GUARANTEED The best set of teeth for 750 Railroad 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 Richmond Ky Office open all night Refrence Richmond Bank THE SOCIETY EVENT OF THE SEASON Garrard Opera House Saturday Feb 16 1901 ONE NIGHT ONLY SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF Mr Porter J White Accompanied by Miss Olga VerneI- N FAUST Positively producing the following original effects NEW Guaranteed NVNTN National THE Rain of Fire Electric Stars Electric Flower Bed Electric Morning Glories Electric Electric Circle of Fire Electric Skull DuelElectric Together with Electric Owls Snakes and many other weird and dramatic effectsFull Choir for the Cathedral Scene and MendelssohnCelebrated Quartette 2MapiMit Gars 23 People 3 Tons Scenery 17621 feet of Electric Wire 11960 feet of Scenery One Car Load Scenic and Dramatic Effects 1000 Forfeited if this is not the finest production of Faust ever in this city To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes being better flavored more satis fyingYou will find a list of useful in each package of Arbuckles Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yours when the coffee The one Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the vnappes ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY andaroma r Arbucldes RstiOofie furtherbesides articles ton Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the digestive or gans is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia Cramps and all other results of digestion Price50c and SI Largesize contains 2J times small size Book all about dyspepsia mahedlreo Prepared by E C DeWITT CO Cbtcaao Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each in Garrard 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 These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neignborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HERNDON tf Assignee HIGHEST CASE PRICE PAID FOR SKUNK SKINS 1 Want 25000Correspondence Solicited KodolDyspepsia imperfect a county y instantly neighborhood BirteiltEA lain A Second Sim CINCINNATI O 174t ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J 3 H Harris is in oO our shop and we guarantee all wor to be firstclass JB Collier o Shop over J C Robinsons oO hardware store jan o 0 a 0 coo 000 0110 coo 000 0 a 0 10 oo I I Charge- of i r A CENTRAL RECORD Thursday February 14 1901 Mrs C M Richardson has returned lto Somerset Miss Emma Soper has returnedf visit to The crokinole club meet with Miss Annie Austin Friday evening Miss Jennie Lusk is visiting Mrs Boland of Point Burnside J CHemphill Jr has about fully recovered from a protracted illness Mr George Lusk is in Louisville for several weeks treatment under Dr Wilson Miss Maggie Tomlinson left for a weeks visit to relative in Danville Mrs J S Baughman and Miss Dove Harris visited friends in Danville this week Mrs Davis of Uicholasville is her daughter Mrs Dr at the Garrard A very enjoyable impromptu hop was given Friday evening in honor of Miss Stella Robertson of Cynthiana Misses Eliza Rucker of Berry iNell Hackley Fanny Shugars and Virgie Conn and Cora Ward were entertain ed by Mrs G M Patterson last week Mr A H Bastin who has done more for the promotion of independent telephone lines than any man in Ken Lucky was in Crab Orchard and Kirks yule this week Mrs Pattie Hays Mr Will Hays and wife Will Beazley Dr Alex Beazley and family Mr Price and Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford attended the funeral of little Eugene Beazley Sunday Stanford Democrat Mrs John M Farra of Lancaster was the guest of her sister Mrs G A McRoberts yes terday They are two unusually hand some ladies Geoige and John are gentlemen of tine taste Richmond Register T h e many friends of Col J W Caperton will be glad to learn that he is able to be out after a severe illness Miss Amy Davidson returned to her home in Lancaster yesterday a pleasant visit to Pickels Mrs Mollie Martin has returned home af ter a visit to Mr and Mrs W G An derson in Lancaster Lexington Democrat Mrs Edmond Bacon announces the engagement of her daughter Mrs Eleanor Hart Ba con to Mr Ethelbert Pearson of Kan sas City Missouri The wedding will take place early in April Miss Bacon is a bright attractive girl much be loved by all who know her She be longs to one of tle oldest most aris tocratic families in Lexington and is quite prominently connected r B ooooooo I rom- a Vallace ton Tuesday to visiting Kennedy A S after Mayme I OUT REOIRb6oo- eaooooor o oeoooaoooooocoo I I v t Miss i i Edwin Arnold was in Hlphmopd the last week Miss Minnie Daniels of Lolngton is visiting relatives in this city Mrs J M Sallee of Danville was the guest of Mrs Jno Baughman Jesse Walden and wife of Danville have been visiting at Dr Herrings Senator Goorge Farris is at home from several weeks stay in Casey county Miss Florence Harris leaves shortly for a protracted visit to relatives in Arkansas Misses Sandifer of Lebanon are entertained this week by Miss Georgia Henry Danville Minnie Eastham will leave this week for New York to be absent a month Mesdames Robert Kinnaird Banks Hudson Misses Grace Kinnaiid and Mary Gill visited Danville this week John F Lear after a rough and tumble tusssle with the grip is back at his post of duty in McRoberts Mrs Sam Haselden entertained a few friends Thursday evening in of her friend Miss Stella of Cynthiana The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club will meet nextTuesday afternoon at halfpast two oclock with Mrs Banks Hudson West Danville Miss Marie Joseph entertained the voung folks crokinole club Friday at her hospitable home on street Miss Allie Arnold and Mr Chas Collier won the prizes The sick in the community are all reported much improved We heard a man say that not one out of ten families was without a case of sick ness and we believe he was correct in the assertion Danville H T Noel wife and baby who have been visiting his mother for the past two weeks left this morning for their home in Knoxvilie Tenn iccompa nied by his sister Miss Anna who will remain with them for several months Lexington Leader The many friends of Ashbrook Frank will regret to hear of his dangerous illness in Louisville He has been unwell for for some time but his case was not considered serious until Friday His brother Holton O Frank left Lex ington Saturday afternoon over the C 0 to bft at his bedside His many friends here hope for his speedy recov ery Danville News Mrs Hunt and mother Mrs Thorel arrived in this city last night from Van Wert Ohio They will remain here about a week before returning to their home in Little Rock Messrs Kert Kirby and Will Kinnaird of Lancaster wero in town yesterday Mr McKee Kin naird of Lancaster was here today Mrs Barker remains very ill of grip and rheumatism J AI1 J 1jOtOIIII AdvocateMiss drugstore honor Robertson avenue evening J AdvocateJudge C E R I being Stanford Miss Christine BrA4py te In Lexingr ton ylslMng Miss Mary Woldridge who has been very ill is much improved V Mrs Hampton of Winchester is visiting her son Prof Hampton Mrs J B Paxton of Stanford the funeral of Mr J V Cook Miss Kittie Mason who has been very ill with grippe is somewhat im provedWhile breaking kindling in his Sunday afternoon Mr John E Stormes stuck a small nail in his foot He thought it had only gone through his shoe but was surprised that night to find it had dug into the flesh for a considerable distance The foot was badly swolen next morning but attention has about driven away fears of serious results The fact that it was just such an accident that Mr Sanders death a few days since caused uneasiness among Mr Stormed many friends Stanford Journal Woods Walker of Garrard passed through Tuesday to Union county where he will hunt foxes for a few days Mr W P Walton and family returned yesterday from Lexington and again occupy their home on West Main Street Mr Walton will enjoy a few months of muchneeded rest varying the now and then we hope by the editor of this paper Mr James B Curtis of Garrard and Miss Lucy A Lunsford the pretty and daughter of Mr and Mrs B F Lunsford of Preachersville were married at the residence of Rev R B Mahony in this city by that gentleman Wednesday The handsome Valentine dinner at which Misses Allie and Bettie entertained was one of the most brilliantjaffairs of this week It was a red and white dinner in appointments and decorations The places were marked with red hearts pierced with gold arrows At each plate was a red roll which contained a May Irvin cap worn by each guest Red and white hearts formed a striking and novel color scheme during the dinner The following were present Mesdames J F Robinson b C Denny G D K F Postle Jerry Respess G A McRoberts Wm Cook A BPrice G B Swinebroad Victor Lear Juliett Rogers Misses Fannie West Martha Elkin and Altie Marksbury The claim of other cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlains are ef factually set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr C D Glass an em ploye of Bartlett Dennis Co Me He says I had kept to a cold and cough in the of 1897 trying every cough I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the of Mr and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Rem edy and offered to pay back my money if I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time but I was completely cured by this remedy and have since always turned to it when I gut a cold and soon find relief I also recommend ib to my friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines Fur by R E druggist IAIt 1 J drugstore careful monotony assisting accomplished Anderson Robinson Gardiner adding winter medicine drugstore Houl han sale 1I Roberts elatiyes attended soused C FAIR WARNING from the firm of Logan Robin son March 1 st ALL ACCOUNTS UNPAID 20 Will be placed nil limbo For Collection Z ij jj il 1 j jni J i a i OJ nj i I u H jjn P g H 1 1 pj 1 jj lil 5J ft U E IS T lj ra Eg 3 5 In Hands of r 1 lOGAN and ROBINSON I i I I I I i W I Q D D retireD P1 0I o I 0o 1 1 FEBRUARY o 0 the 0 0 o o o e o I o p Owen county farmers are reaching the conclusion ttat they have been devoting too much land and time to the raising of tobacco and not enough to the producing of hog and homi ny Exchange Rust or blight of tomatoes before and after they are put out in the field may be largely prevented by greater care in maintaining an even and suit able temperature in the hotbed or green house and use of Bordeaux mix ture as a spray Those who desire to know about the lands soon to be opened for the Kiowa and Commanche reser vations in Oklahoma should write the Interior Department in Washington It will be well to be forehanded if it is desired to get a slice of this land for the rush will be vast when the time comes It is estimated from returns recent ly at hand that the Colorado lamb feeders will this season market 750000 head as against 400000 for last period The first of the finished product will go forward to Chicago in January which is some four to six weeks earlier than they began last for the British army last week bought three carloads of horses in Bourbon county and they were shipped away on Wednesday night They are looking for others and its very likely that they will buy many more The demand of the armv calls for 50000 to be purchased in this coun try The correspondent of the Press learns from private sources that Emperor William will send a special envoy shortly to take a tour of the notable American stock farms with the yiew of purchasing saddle and carriage horses for the imperial stables Hitherto the court has exclusively in Hungary and EnglandThe seed distribution ever made at any one time by the govern ment began recently and before the spring planting time is over nearly 13000000 little packages of garden seeds will have been received by the farmers of every section of the coun try The appropriation for the was increased 40000 Congress at its last session making a total sum of 170000 available for this purpose The farm reflects the character of the owner This is seen in the loca tion of buildings and yards orchards pastures drives etc All these are parts of his lifes machinery The better the arrangement the less The farmer must take of every short cut lIe can find Superior tattles on a common farm may save enough labor in a year to amount to the wages of an extra man Rural World Death from fright in horses is not uncommon Intelligent horses are often They are quick to take notice quick to take alarm quick to do what seems to moments of sudden terror necessary to escape from possible harm from something they do not understand that is what makes them halt and run away that is what them to die from terror when they find there is no They are breeding seed corn in Illi And they have a full fledged Association of Seed Corn Breeders whose officers serve without salary and for the love of good seed and good deed It seems that by scientific treatment the chemical contents of corn may be varied besides its size and shape It may be bred with more oil with less oil with more probeinin truth there has been bred a corn with more protein than wheat These are astonishing discoveries and may lead t important results to the stockmen For farm implements of all kinds having metal surfaces exposed indeed for all metals likely to be injured by oxidation or rusting take a of good lard add about two ounces common resin melt them slowly gather stirring as they cool This may be applied with a brush or cloth just enough to give a thin coating to the metal surface to be resin prevents rancidity and the mix obviates the ready access of air moisture In many counties of the State the farmers are making an effort to have a dogtax law passed The attacks of dogs upon the flocks of sheep have so numerous in these counties that the farmers claim something must be done or the sheep raising tin dusbry will have to be abandoned Uc casionally we hear of a LaRue county farmer sustaining a loss in this way but it does not happen in this county as often as it does in other counties It may be because LaRue county raise fewer sheep or it may be due to the fact that we have fewer or more kindlydjsposed dogs To give an idea to what extent farmers in other counties have suffered by sheepkilling dogs we quote the from the Cynthlana Log days in in this county the following lots of sheep were killed On the 2nd 14 sheep killed A law suit will result killed On the 10th 18 killed and three line hogs go mad from being by a mad dog On the 12th 83 head crippled and killed all 122 head were crippled and killed Making the low estimate of 3 per head it will be seen that the loss to the farmers was 366 LaRue f L I n J settlement- in feeding winterAgents Associated purchased distribution b friction advantage very themin and es- c noise quantity t protected The become farmers reason following Cabin In the first January On the 3rd four sheep crippled two bitten were In Herald L J h nervous causes lye all i Land twelve rI- i o C a C e P A Convincing Answer I hobbled Into store one evening says Wesley Nel of Hamilton Ga and he asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which 1 had for a lung time I told him I had no faith in any medicine as they all failed He said Well if Pain Balm does not help you you need nut pay for it I took a of it home and used it according to directions and in one week I was cured and have not since been bothered with rheumatism Sold by 11 E McKob erts druggist Some women travel on their does the snake The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided It will cure a cold or an of In grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by R E Roberts druggist Between a womans yes and no a man could not stick a pin You can help whom you find suffering from inflamed throat geal trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc by advising the use of Coussens Honey of Tar the great remedy for coughs and colds Price 25 and 50 cts Even the quietest woman can make bustle if she wants to When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief Price 25 and 50 cents C J E Stormes Woman detects a serpent through professional jealousy Persons who can not take ordinary pills find it a pleasure to take De Witts Little Early Risers They are the best little liver pills ever made F P Frisbie It isnt always the deaf woman that wears the loudest dress Are you nervous run down weak and dispirited Take a few doses cf Herbine It will infuse new energy new life into the exhausted nerves the overworked brain or muscular sstem and put a new face on life and busines Price oOc C C J E Stormes After man came she has beon after him ewer since Dont let the hand of time paint wrinkles on your face Keep young by keeping the blood pure and the di gestive organs in a healthful condition FTerbine will do this Health is youth disease and sickness brings old age Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Uneasy lies the female head that wears no new caster bonnet There is probably no disease or cor dition of the human system thatcaur more suffering and distress than piles Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint ment cures them quickly without pain or detention from business Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes No woman can be true to her sex and live to be over forty When YOU want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant in effect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 2oc Samples free Every teed For sale by R E McRoberts druggist The pin is mightier than the sword in the hands of a woman McRoberts the druggist will refund your money if you are not sat after using Chamberlains and Liver Tablets They cure of the stomach biliousness and headache Price 25cts Samples free It isnt always the brightest girl that casts the most reflections Like bad dollars all counterfeits of DeWitbs Witch Hazel Salve are worthless The original quickly cures piles sores and all skin diseases F P Frisbie Time and tide wait for no man but it is different with a woman Millions of people are familiar with DeWitts Little Early Risers and those who use them find them to be famous little liver pills Newer gripe F P Frisbie A bridle for a womans tongue is a necessary part or her harness Mrsi women nowadays are far proportion as they are false For the weakness and prostration following grippe there is nothing so prompt and effective as One Minute Cough Cure This preparation is high ly endorsed as an unfailing remedy for all throat and lung and its ear ly use prevents consumption It was made to cure quickly FP Frisbie Even a dull girl is sharp enough to cut an undesirable acquaintance There Is always danger in using counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The original is a safe and cer tain cure for plies It is a soothing and healing for sores and all skin diseases Frisbie A woman can usually keep in the swim if she has a duck of a bonnet Be in Style Dont laugh at fashion Dont discourage ambition Dont hinder progress Try to be affable Look on the bright side Strive to be happy Enjoy life Keep healthy which you can do by using Dr wells Syrup Pepsin according to di rections It is an absolute cure for consumption indigestion stomach troubles and sick headache RE Me Roberts druggist IT I r I rBlackmons drug suffered Chamberlains bottle shape- so pneumonia attack Jar n C J E Stormes application- of t womanand box taaran R E tied Stomach dIs- orders just- in F P 1 I fan lie anyone f S C C C constipation troubles silica Cal I J IerI WALL PAPERS t- tnNEV yr u AT j WOOOCOOOO W0 0000 0 K 0 i Please Take Notice I As my creditors in the cities are crowding me it I very important so please I Call at Once and Make a Settlment I 5 This meant foi all that owe me and I trust my friends will respond to my appeal SALLIE D TI PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY I j thatisI is 01 LLETToocroQOOOOOggggg OOOCOCQ COQOOQOQOOgQ QQ OCOQOCCOQJoo z J j ooo Fine Cigars W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHXTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZLEYw DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain wth Vitalized Air Office In the Bookout Pululinir Dauville street oppo ite Presbjerian church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineer ingand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms BUNK Z493 THE NATIONAL a aa DRUG STORE TDhaccu pounded Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOU D A Iff V 1 1 IM E PrescriptiDns AccuratslyCam IE i I CAPITAL t 5000000 f OF SURPLUS 10 00000 j 1 LANCASTER KX President JNO E STOBMES Vice President 8 C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR R T EMBRY DIRECTORS Sam 1 D Cochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson ono E Rtormes W HKInnalrd A R DBNNY Asst Cashr J 0 Book keepet Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in t Rtppssible Prices i ange ffom SS upward Call at works near the depot s manner J c J S Dfi4GUIRE- j 1 Fine Farm For Sale I will sell my farm containing SJJ acres situated miles south ol ville There is a splendid story dwelling containing six rooms on the place cood barn plenty of stock water on the place The placeis well suited for stock farm All under pood fence Close to churches and good school reason for selling Uill ta u a smallerfarm or other in exchange HENRY KUHLMAXK 920 tf Bryantsville Ky For State Senate We are authorized to announce Hon George T us a candidate for renomiuatiou Ijr state Senator in this district comprising im counties of Lincoln ISoyleGarraid and Casey subject to the action of the Democratic party For Senator We are authorized to announce K WIJHaid candidate for the nomination of Senator for theSth district subject to the action of the iKniocratlc party T J Hood h Hood bnslue 54 outbuildings Farris ass DENTIST Oflice DVCJ nine Grass Grocery Richmond street All work done promptly and sutltuct orily Charges reasonable ORGANIZED 1883 ITIZ1HS NATIONAL BANK U OF LANOABTTIfc ffY Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Gnarant0 i j Jt HIGGINBOTHAX Preslden- Liwis Y LIATILL B F HUDSON Cashier W O RISNXY Assistant Caahi CD WALKKB Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHieeiNBOTHiic LEwIs Y LXAVXLL TMABNOLD B P HUDSON J J VALXM I Vlce President Burton LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KT We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTORL c ScrofulaTHE OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption The parent who is by cither see in I k s same manifesting itself in the form of swollen glands of the neck and throat catarrh weak eyes offensive sores abscesses and white swell signs of child the disease oftentimes ingsure maybe along time disease develops in some cases but the is in the blood and will break out at the first opportunity S S S cures this disease first the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system J M Seals 115 Public N shviHcTwm says Ten years ago daughter fell and cut her forehead From this wound the glands on the side of her face became swollen and Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere attended her without benefit We decided to S S S and a few bottles cured her en tirely forthe favorable wasting strengthen the body and is a safe cure for ScrofiAL pureblood overcomes lorms 01 poison whether inherited or no remedy so thoroughly cleanses the have blood trouble or your child has inherited some blood taint take S S S and get the blood in condition and prevent damageSend our physicians about your case We make no for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA It all blood andeffectively ou ood 4 l J A0T GADH DURABLE HAY RACK Pratlcnlarly Adapted to a Low Down Wagon Especially When Made Very Nearly Flat The dull winter season is a good time to prepare for summer rush work One of the jobs which should be done carefully without hurry is the mak ing of a hay rack The rack portrayed herewith is in one piece bolted solidly together This style is particularly adapted to a low down wagon or one with front wheels three feet two inches and hind wheels three and onehalf feet in height It can be made very nearly flat when used on this style of wagon It can be made of any desired length or width according to the fancy of the user The side sills a for a low wagon can be made of two by six inches stuff or of two by eight inches for the common high wheel farm wagon The four pieces b are of two by four by six feet long The four pieces c are of one and onequarter by four by 40 inches long These are bolted through and also through the sills longer ones b on top shorter or c underneath One bolt holds both pieces This is done with all but the front piece that being elevated about six or eight inches on corner posts- d of two by threeinch stuff which can be made with a long pinlike tenon which serves to hold the load on the corners These posts are bolted se curely to side sills This elevation gives free action to front wheels while HOMEMADE HAY RACK turning Four pieces e one by eight inches make side projection each side of the rack Four pieces f of five eighth by eight inches with probably double tenons on each end make the bow or arch over hind wheels Two standards g one and a quarter by four inches cut tapering and bolt ed to side sills in such a manner as to fold down when not in use serve to anchor the back end of load Any kind of a device can be used on front end to hold the lines A single post or two pieces fastened to side sills and inclining together toward top with two or three cross pieces framed in will answer when binding on the load A tight bottom can be placed within to save grain that shells while handling R 0 Logan in Farm and Home ICE IS A NECESSITY The Farmer Who Has Once Put Up a Crop of It Will Do So Every Year Thereafter Although the storing of ice has been urged often the subject is quite time ly now and the advice given to every one to put up ice for next summers use will not be out of place The idea that ice is only a luxury is a bade number with those who have had ice for several years to them it has be come a necessity With its use the butter can be kept solid the milk kept sweet victuals kept palatable from one meal to another and the family can enjoy ice cream without purchasing it or without going miles perhaps to buy e chunk of ice The idea of buy ing ice as cheaply as it can be put up is a mistaken one and the calculation being1 auid to buy ice the coming sum mer limply means that we will do with out it It is not essential to have a house built on purpose for the storing of ice We once stored a block of ice eight feet square and about ten feet high and after the block was finished we built a square of rails around it straw in the cracks to hold the sawdust placed a cover of boards over it and the ice kept quite well In storing ice we always cut the blocks in size to fill the house to within a foot from the walls and in the same position as it is taken out of the water this makes every layer quite level and it is much less labor than when we set up on edge as some and it will keep fully as well After each layer the joints should be filled with snow or pounded ice or saw dust will do about as well Tamp saw dust as solid as possible around the sides and over the top Watch your ice closely during the spring months for this is realty the most critical time if air passages are formed through the sawdust the ice will melt very rapidly and by the time you wish to com mence to use it it may have melted away considerably When using ice remove the top layer entirely before taking off the second Try putting up a quantity of ice this winter and see if you wish to do with out it Dickman in Ohio Farmer Planting Seeds Too Clone Seeds are sometimes planted too close together Even wheat will give good results when but few seeds are used over a certain area It is stated that in an experiment made in which the plants were set out and allowed to multiply and again divided a single grain produced 20000 heads contain ing 170000 giains which made 4 pecks Of course such cultivation is hardly possible on an acre field but the experiment shows that a grain of wheat will produce much more than may be supposed A Practical Little Wife Neighbor Youve got a lovely bed room now with this new carpet Just put it down didnt you just through Neighbor I thought so from the tacks scattered around the floor You ought to pick them up before night or your husband will be stepping on let them stay My husband is a newspaper humorist and every time he steps on one hell think of some new joke about it I hope hell make enough out of them to pay for the Y Weekly Too Much So your prima donna is going to de sert you Yes answered the opera manager sadly And perhaps it is all my fault I spoke hastily Did you reprove her No I tried to be gay and comic She said she was going out in her horse less carriage and I told her that what she needed was a hoarseless voice Washington Star Thl Plan Doesnt Fall The only certain road to wealth A test will prove it holding on to money when You feel like letting go Chicago Record A REGULAR GREEXBACKER It t t putting pace againJacob HostessYes themHostessNo carpetN sols 5 recommend do you think of the money question Bull a Inter Ocean The Faithful Officer When ihy time comes I will die at my post Were the words the policeman said And he told the truth because you see He died at the post bed Harlem Life There Yet sir Im dealing in giltedged investments now Bitton What are they Bighter Gold mines Theres money in them Bitton Youre right I lost a lot of my money in some of them Philadelphia Press In Colonial Day And they tea me Rev Ebenezer Softheart doth grow stranger in his preaching every day Indeed Yes He doth now avov openly that witches should not be burned Puck Uncle Baslneullke Way I seerweve just purchased a couple more Philippine islands from Spain Well that shows how Uncle Sam differs from most women- I dont see the connection They borrow trouble he buys it outright Chicago TimesHerald That One Word Miss they say Mr DAuber is very clever I think I shall have him to paint me Miss Pepprey Capital idea If I were you dear I would let him do it Press GooseWhat FrogIm greenbackerChic- ago or hIs BighterYes Sam HicullerYes hereafterPhiladelphia A Expected It will bring and comfort especially if its birth is made to mother Children born under painful circumstances or surroundings before or accouchement are rarely strong hearty and healthy recommend trial of Mothers for external use It is a Sold byall Dnetuts erteat brezpress paid ea receipt ofprice Mrb CtlA NewComer II Friend relaxingnElBlUlG1JL4 CO 1 L t TMZ Atlacta Ga 4jft should lead at ft little book WI- t NNNIN woman we1hce Motbea- 5cod 5 i Iee l O SOUL OF MINE 0 soul of mine what dost thou here In things of earth thdu hast no Whence camst thou to this world a seer Where is thine unseen native place Where souls commune in naked Where soul sits not behind masked face Why didst thou leave the Spirit land To dwell In flesh with many a band Forged to understand Till pure Heaven gain If so what course Is doubtless best What toil pursued for spirit guest Will mark it for eternal rest Should courts of earth so blind thine eyes That those rare beauties thou surmise Belittle thine eternal prize Should glittering bauble hold Thy highest gain for gold A sculptured tomb thy dust to fold Should honor of chattering throng Gain all thy heart or shouldst thou long To sway men by thy jest and song Should learning turn thy maddened brain Till thou shouldst say I naught can gain I am my or rain Should science or its phantom light Divert thy course from hearttold right So rob thee of Gods honors bright Should sirens with melodic songs Entice where Satans vengeance longs To wreck thee on his rocks pf wrongs No Thine own pilots at the wheel Trust slightest swerving feel Sail on God rules and guides for weal Frank Moore Jeffery in N Y Observer IN ANSWER TO PRAYER For Our Own Good God Rules Overrule According to Hl Greater Knowledge The silences of God are as signifi cant as those responses which seem so direct that we can hardly question their authority and the denials of as much answers to prayer are His silences or His responses Shakespeare saw this distinctly great psychologist as he was when he said We ignorant of ourselves Beg often our own harms which the wise powers Deny us for our good so find we profit By losing of our prayers Probably no one will read these words who cannot look back at some cher ished hope or some passionately loved purpose the denial of which brought at the moment sorrow and something like despair that denial however seen in the light of today stands out as the greatest piece of good fortune Many a man has striven for some position upon which he had set his heart some special specific oppor tunity which seemed to him the only open door to fortune and when the position slipped through his fingers or the opportunity went in some other direction it seemed as if life had end ed but looking back after a decade it is often evident that the loss of the position and the missing of the op portunity were the very things which opened the way for a higher and broader success Our prayers are limited by our knowledge but they are answered out of the wisdom of God For that reason they are per haps as often denied as granted and in the denial the petitioners are most truly Y Outlook GREAT THOUGHTS Heaven may include earth Rame Horn All things can lead astray those illinclined Ovid Anger never made good guard for The first and worst of all frauds IB to cheat ones self Bailey The hand which hath long held a violet doth not soon forego its frag rance Theocritus He who is lord of himself and upon his own resources is a no ble but a rare To appreciate truth beauty or love is not remarkable distinction is to practice A Kendall Nature is not a mere image or of the spiritual it is a working model of the spiritual Drummond The path of a good woman is in deed strewn with flowers but they rise behind her feet not before them Ruskin Steady patient persevering think ing will generally surmount every ob stacle in the search after truth Emmons We must be as courteous to a man as we are to a picture which we are willing to give the advantage of a good Xo success is worthy of the name unless it is won by honest industry and a brave breasting of the waves of fortune Huxley It is thy duty oftentimes to do what thou wouldst not thy duty too to leave undone what thou wouldst a Kempjs To seek the truth wherever it leads to live the life of love it is to be the friend and helper of God M J Savage Whoever is mean in his youth runs a great risk of becoming a scoundrel in riper years meanness leads to viI lainy with liezThe three things most important to young men whose lot is cast in the city are selfpossession simplicity and a right standard of values Bishop PotterMen are apt to put into the Bible their own theories and prejudices This is a dangerous thing to do for many theories once defended by tor ture are not known to be abused and thoroughly eironeou Rev W A Hunter Variety i frotnnlon I can find no fault with the of your house Mrs Spoonere said the departing boarder and the neatness of your table is something that I shall long remember with joy but I can stand no longer the same ness of your bill of fare a man must have some variety Well sir it is your own fault that you have refused to partake of the variety she snapped I am sure that no one could do more than I have done to make attractive hash Brooklyn Life fettershard painAndrefinedso wealththat thoughtswhat the mastersun Himthe and Godare as special heardN itselfShakespeare exists beingBrydges themH I lightEmerson doThomas coststhis fatalattractionCherbu location to emblem whatever COUNTRY DOCTOR CURES IN Vboae Pharmacopoeia Are Deep relive and Many Other for liiirkxpnr The old doctors eyes twinkled as he saw upon Mrs Earlys boudoir table some long plumey rich blue sprays set delicately in a cut glass vase The flowers were worthy their setting beautiful as the morning graceful What amused him was their with Mrs Earlys mental attitude she said she simply could not endure anything common or useful says the Washington Star Larkspur coming in fashion eh he said nodding to the flowers Mrs Early began to say Why no Del phinium but on as though she spoken Bless my soul the flowers take me back 40odd years All my patients had larkspur patches pink blue purple and ringstreakedy In fact I believe they would hardly have tried to keep house without Its a pretty flower and hardj Oh did they decorate with it Mrs Early asked The doctor grinned SemioccaSionally when other flowers were scarce he said But they didnt like to waste was too useful you see Possibly you dont know it but larkspur is among the finest my old friends had heaps of vermin to fight So they raised enough to make larkspur straw for nests when a hen got broody and larkspur soap to wash cats and dogs yes and even pigs Maybe you will like to hear about the armful of fresh larkspur was boiled In a big kettle until there was a strong decoc The stalks were skimmed out and the liquor boiled down deed it could not well be too strong Then hard soap was shaved into it and stirred until it dissolved The mixture was cooled and cut in cakes Dogs and cats were washed with the soap to rid them of fleas and mange The latter had to be well rinsed off or the licking themselves might get sickBird cages scalded in boiling lark spur soapsuds came out clear of ver min A cake of the soap dipvd in five gallons of whitewash WF 5 ht v fine thing for a poultry hoi r cattle shed A fresh coat of such owash every three months put mite 111 lice to rout Indeed the paint to be a speciallydesigned antidote r every sort of bloodsucking parasi The leaves of it dried and powderet answer nearly as well as the the advantage that they can be the soap is out of the question I repeat this is phinium Formosum Mrs Early said with a touch of asperity laying her hand as she spoke upon the blue plumes They may look like your lark spur but 1 assure you that they are not they came out of a hothouse and are all the fashion now that blue flowers are so much out of season All the larkspur are Delphiniums the doctor retorted Your admit the aristocrats of the class in that it takes them two years to flower They are also more double with richer blooms and longer sprays than their cousins but cousins none the less There is a wild purple larkspur also a pink one which blooms in spring But neither the wild flower nor that which the florists force can put out of court the hardy laceleafed sisterhood which will spring up and bloom year after year seeding itself by chance ripening and blossoming cheerily in the most unpropitious places Indeed you can hardly kill it once it is well seeded it grows like a weed with even half a chance Everybody ought to give it a chance A packet of seed may be had for five cents Give the seed a wee cor ner in the back yard or even a big box no matter how thick it stands The most part of the stalks should be pulled up just as they come into bloom dried will produce a second crop A single plant left standing will furnish much more than enough seed for next years ABSALOMS TAKING WAYS It the Most Natural Thing IB the World for Him to Abstract Others Good I have lately heard a little story about a Georgia darky who was called Joseph because his name was Absalom or rather because of the fact that he wore a coat of many colors so that a little way off Absalom or Joseph looked like a sort of spectrum says the Boston Transcript This darky had a strong physical im pulsion to carry away things that didnt belong to him not so much on account of their value as because of an unfortunate craving for the excitement of eluding pursuit and capture In fact he regarded theft in the light of a great joke Joseph occasionally worked for a carpenter in the little town near which he lived and one morning this knight of the plane on go ing into his workshop found several of his best and largest tools missing He immediately suspected that Joseph was the thief but instead of going in search of him he waited until the darky passed the shop which he did nearly every daySure enough the very next morning along came Joseph on a motheaten mule with the rainbow coat fluttering in the breeze Just as the caravan passed the shop the carpenter who was looking out of the window for the culprit sang out Joseph you black nigger wheres my tools Jo seph turned a degree paler and rolled his eyes in his head Then collecting himself he said without a word of apology Ill bring em back Massa Brown soons ever I get home They are all safe up in ma cabn Well you black rascal see thetyer do bring em back answered the carpenter an be right smart about it or Ill have you arrested Then off rode Joseph on the broad grin as if borrowing tools in the dead of night was the most cus tomary thing in the world for a man to do as indeed it him Prob ably no more innocent thief ever lived HI Hustling Way She started to say something about a kiss and Young Huggins grinned in well warranted appreciation of his own the words right out of J her itself contrast heran hadnot itit insecticidesand soapan strongerin animals O soapwith usedwhere DelphiniumDel flowersare- I oldfashionedannual larkspurfor paperbag sowing animatedsolar wasfor acutenessI mouthPuck t Uses ion see Was supposed liii DAVIDSON LANDRAM Real Estate LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpcse of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale with us We will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale either directly or Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us No 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for a Doctor or Merchant and very convenient onestory frame house has four rooms hallway 3 verandas and a sum mer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid building site for a nice residence in a good neighborhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desireable location in every particular This property is cheap and will go quick No 3 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster adja cent to item No 2 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in excellent neighborhood building site good and commanding Price low Terms to suit purchaser No 4 Farm of 34 Acres about four miles from Lancaster on Middle Fork of Sugar Creek known us the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultiva tion acres of good tobacco or hemp land the rest is rich and productive Neverfailing water and fencing in good repair Land has been well treated i story box house 4 rooms and a poarch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for garden plat If sold by March 15 possession will be given at once A good bargain can be had in this land For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson law Office over Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record oflice J ArT Agents ismade indirectly Anew 10 R Y TONSORIAL PARLORS D E DAVIS Prop LANCASTER v KENTUCKY Handsomely Fitted Clean and Comfortable Workmanship Guaranteed Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeing etc Honing of Razors a Specialty KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike J A ROBINSON A BOON TO MANKIND JAILERS BUCKEYEDR 0 i Z D z I DJrt g- I Ill c 0 cI aJlI1tr1P1 u U1 en 9 m iL PILE jjE CURE New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS 30 Ntftb Mali Street ST LOUIS MC STOIfcMES DRUG STORE INTERNALand AMES F DAUAB1J Sole PratrllIor I YORMS U U uu u KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases FBLEYS or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by physicians as the Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50 and 100 eminent WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGEBestinQulitTJlola yIFli 20 Lid sit S OD8Y GrZ 1 41 JAME F IALLAD It LouIs xax- Pr by f SEEDS ru 1 I Purchased from Wood Stuhhs CI Produce Crops and the most satisfactory results Our Stocks are the best and we carry the largest assortment of Seeds in the Central West Vegetable Field Grass Flower and Lawn Seeds Seed Potatoes Onion Sets bed Grain and all the best Forage crops at moderate Our flew Catalogue is a Dandy Its filled vith information need itcontains valuable articles each written by authorities on each subject on Cow Peas Market dening Crops Fertilizers gus Diseases Etc Well mall It provided mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KY Administrators Notice All persons indebted to the estate of the Jute Sunders are hereby directed to pitY their indebtedness at once to me All p rsoua hiving claims uguini estate should them at ouce properly verified to me at Stone or to my attorney William Herndon at Lancaster COY 3 Admr Feb 14 4t give i iOra i about M wing and cultivat inlCall crops e S GarS OU afI T L th e SANDERS Paying V descriptions present Knights ofI1 y Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternallv J E ROBINsoN C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S Farm for Sale Will sell privately a cheap farm containing 126 acres of laud situated 5J4 south east of lying between Ric hmond and Full Lick pikes uereasary raeuts and is watered convenient to school and church Term made to suit chaser possession given immediately For particulars call on or address E Perkins or V L Lawson Lancaster Ky Jan 31 3t BEST LINE TO ALL POINTS SOUTH This Magnificient System 6892 Miles Offers Convenient Schedules Firstclass Roadbed Vestibuled Trains Only Line With Three Daily Trains between Louisville Shelbyville Lexington A Whedon City Passenger Agt 230 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky Wm H Tayloe Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky you Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East You Are Going West PURCHASC TICKETS VIA mc LOUISVILLE A NASHVULC R R AND so The Maximum of Safety k The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information will be cheerfully furnished by t C P ATMORC Q p A Or by IomsvxLt K visiting invited Lancaster W SOUTHERN RAILWAY If If ECU LOCAL TIMETABLES Foathbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 U5 AJI Northbnd Mixed 335 p M- Northbnd Passgr 252Ax- gonthbnd 1223 A Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND 10 Daily except Sunday 609 ara 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