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Ij I ELVENXH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUMBER 48 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 21 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR a U1tt t C t j I f t t r- tnttnI your PlowsPlow Gear Wagon Ereechinj From us and save money oo M03 o mJiu n i n n i i 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 BeazleyCo Funeral Directors I uy 0 0 0 0 It 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a f 00000100000000000000000000000000000 R HASELDEN u upV J0 Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward ull fcANCAST6R AND VICINITy OOBOM000Coe00e0000000000V00COO OOOOOOOOOOOOWYOOOOOOOO tg All kinds of fruit at Zimmers Fresh oysters on hand constantly at Zimmers x Pink eye has made its in Lancaster Phone 71 when you and ice cream Fine Candies the very best to be had Prices right Fresh stock Lowneys celebrated candies at Zimmers y Fresh Caramels made day at Zimmers Try them Have your cakes baked at Zimmers and save time money and Order your ice cream from the Lan caeter Dairy Phone 71 It Zarings flour the best made try it and be convinced Patterson Symp sonCurrey sells hood goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Nice let fence pickets at Wards feb 142t Car load poplar shingles received Prices right R O Ward is said to be raging ford and Danville many people from it Give us a call when in need of gro ceries we have a full line Patterson Sympson Dairy Ice Cream Vanilla and Lemon 30c per gallon Fruit and Fan cy 40c per gallon For rent a nice ofllce of two rooms on Lexington street For terms ap ply to Mrs Dr ONeal The Louisville Times contained a good likeness and a notice of our vet eran typo Capt White Always on top in quality and at the bottom in prices T CurreyX We keep on hand a fine assortment of the freshest and best cakes No old stock Zimmers I UUOU1I00IUIUn want milkcream I Zimmer s every worry posts lumberyard feb 142t Pinkeye inStan and appearance R ands suffer- Ing quantit On March First I 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 possible to invoice we will make SPECIAL LOW PRICES on all classes merchandise In many instances will sell for less than cost Dont miss this opportunity to some of these Great Bargains GOc Bed Comforts at 38c 85c Bed Comforts at 59c 8125 Bed Comforts at 83c 175 Bed Comforts at 119 225 Bed Comforts at 150 600 Fine Wool Blankets at 398 500 Fine Wool Blankets at 290 400 Fine Wool Blankets at 250 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 Jj piCkup il I J 0 o- as pt 0p Q 0 1 Q Q e o Q 0 Q- V ee ee as Wanted boar hog weight about 150 lbs J S Baughman Hyattsville 3t Danville authorities recently made a raid on blind tigers One hundred and thirty joint keepers were pulled Seventyfive new pattefns in clocks 8 day strike at special low thirty days Thompson the Jeweler You cannot make or save one two dollars easier than to go to W J for a set of buggy or Patterson Sympson have just re ceived a nice assortment of Ladies and Children Shoes up to date Shoes at correct prices The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard are quite popular If you want a strictly firstclass meal go over next Sunday The program and list of prizes to be given at the Graded School Tourna ment in Lancaster is published on page four of this issue Ernest Brown will be on the street Monday and ask every delinquent for the subscription owing THE RECORD Please be ready for him 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 Next Monday is county court A is expected in town Look over the ads in THE RECORD and see what you want and where to get it Notice to Credltosr 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 ding mouldings doors sash c at feb142t R Gr 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 butter and eggs also dressed for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey Coal I have plenty of firskclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper Spring Suits Come and see samples from three of the best tailoring houses in America Price fit and quality guaranteed to be correct M D Hughes Store Itnoiii Rented The Gaines store room advertised in THE RECORD has been rented by the Blue Grass Grocery Co who are now moving into same During his four months residence in Lancaster Rev Mr Wolford has of ficiated at twentyone funerals Only three of these however were of his own church Special Sunday The new Garrard Hotel makes a specialty of Sunday dinners and sup pers All delicacies of the season pre pared in excellent manner Regular preaching at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 oclock at which time the Lords Supper will be celebrated The union temperance meeting will be held at night Local news is as scarce this week as are fiddlers in the promised land Be fore pronouncing THE RECOUD no account see if you know at least one item Ever look at it that way The minstrel show given by local colored people was firstclass in every way Capt Harris has some good formers The house was crowded many white people being present Dont think of your spring dresses ladies until you see We have a brilliant selection and can fur nish the latest creations atprices that will astonish you J Joseph i House For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick Robin son known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson The amount of serious illness and number of recent deaths in this local ity is enough to put people to think ing of the great beyond But in this day of greed and rascality little at tention is given such things We are now busy making a number of ndw buggies for the Spring and material money buy Is in them you want the est in central Ken tucky we have W J Romans Please remember the new grocery Store near Marksburys Hemphouse can get big value for your money Our goods arc all new and fresh and the best quality Underwood price for or large Crowd your I Good per can goi g If bu gy I Very ob f 1 Romans surrey harness sip C i fowl members Meals our goods very trade th best its where you v 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 Miner Son About the first of the year we or dered several copies of the Ladies Home Journal and learned this week they were being sent to Lancaster Ohio Lots of letters express and even freight intended for this point are sent there 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 Elsewhere in this issue is the call a democratic convention to a candidate for state senate lives here and Lillard is an old Lancaster man so you know them both well Heres hoping the longest pole will knock the persimmon Prof J E Wallaces band of solo musicians are one of the features of Hoys A Trip to Tramptown and can be seen in their funny Tramp parade at noon next Monday the 25th Bal cony 25c general admission 35cts re served seats 50c on sale at Stormes drug store On the 16th this office printed a jot of work for R L Jennings Co and started same to Paint Lick by express We were informed yesterday that the package had been lost en route Mr Jennings has been put to considerable trouble and says he will make some fellows hide smoke Sock Social Dont forget the sock social at the Baptist parsonage tomorrow Friday night A great many socks have been sent out butthe supply was short You are cordially invited to attend The time is from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 10 oclock p in A Foolish Report It has been reported that the play A Trip to Tramptown is the sameas the fake Night in Chinatown pre sented here last winter There is nothing at all similar in the plays This play is full of fun good acting and plenty of good music Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here C Becker tf Bryantsville Mr Arnold C Baldwin is a very ac complished young actor and well ably supported by Raymond and Company with Hoys A Trip to Tramptown at the Garrard Opera House Monday Feb 25 Balcony 25c general admission 35c reserved seat 50c on sale at Stormes drug store Mr Wm Blackerby who spent some time traveling through the west showed us quite an interesting lot of curiosities that he collected and brought back Among the lot is an ostrich egg as large as a halfgallon cup Mr Blackerby is thinking of returning to the west in a few weeks All the latest popular songs all th newest difficult dances scores of novel uptodate incidentally in troduced during the play and between the acts with Hoys A Trip to Tramp town At Garrard Opera House Feb 25 Balcony 23c general admission 35 reserved seats 50c on sale at Stormes drug store Think About This We are here to stay All we have is located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesome haircut Certainly nut Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan tne old reliable barber tf State Convention Y in 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 found 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 Eats Glass There is a colored boy on the Chute who eats broken glass with as much relish as he would chicken Theres no fake about it as reputable men have witnessed the performance He could get good pay from circuscom pany but like all other denizens of the notorious Chute he prefers to lounge about there The Pettus brothers have sold their near Gilberts Creek to James Dalton farm contains about 200 acres and is considered a numberone place Price paid 45 acre We heard rumored that the MessrsPet tus would move to the West but we hope this is a mistake as they are good citizens to lose for nominate MissJulia I The I r Notice Farris entire specialties Monday information Sale of Land farm too A Fine Performance The presentation of Faust by J White in this city Saturday night was witnessed by a large audi ence and was the best entertainment ever given on the local stage Mr White has a good company while his special scenery is the best to be seen A warm welcome is always in store for him by Lancaster people Stands by Home Mr I N Arnold in remitting for his RECORD and ordering some sta tionery writes us from Mackville Washington county I cannot do without my home paper You may h a v e some folks there that do not appreciate THE RECORD but we Garrardites who are away surely like it and propose to stand by it through thick andthin Fake Advertising- A number of fellows with various kind of fakes and schemes they see proper to call advertising have hit the town recently and bilked a nuns ber of people who ought to know bet ter If a man wants to get full bene fit of his money he should uses the columns of a reputable newspaper that goes to the fireside of the best people Enough money is wasted on these fakes to pay for a big ad in a pa per UpToDate Signs The local barber Henry Duncan concluded to adopt the cash system and had a local signwriter prepare a card which was hung in the shop The writer was not familiar with pe riods commas etc so made the sign read thus No credit in God We trust all others cash This reminds us of a sign we once saw in front of a Danville confectionery which read Foreign Domestic and California Fruits Its Just That Way Somerset Lancaster people are sitting up of nights watch ing the course of and feeling confident that the railroad people are only filling Danville with hot air in complying with a promise to give them a survey TIlE RECORD says the road will be built fchrough Gar rard as certain as the sun shines and that within a month a corps of sur veyors will be making a final loca tion through Garrard Danville Property f r 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 one of the mot 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 premisesH 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 Q C ticket agent who will give you further information if desired or address W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Union Temperance Nortlng Dr G W Young the noted tem perance lecturer and field agent of the the interdenominational temperance work of the state will be present and address a union temperance meeting at the Methodist church next Sunday evening at eight oclock His remarks will be directed mainly at the enforce ment of the local option law in Lan caster He says he will arrive here Saturday and make may speak more advisedly on the matter He will speak at Bryants ville next Sunday morning 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 in both quality and price Our BryantsvilleMarksbury McCreary Buckeye Pt Leavell Paint Lick Preachersville or any other point reached by the telephone lines will find this quite a convenience and ve hope they will ring us up when in need of anything in the printing line Remember we pay the freight Boiler Inspector Mr BG Beiser an expert from the HartforJ Steam Boiler Inspection Co was here last week to inspect RECORDS engine and boiler He pro nounced everything to be in firstclass order He said that ninetyfive per cent of the explosions were caused from the carelsss handling of boilers and that it was remarkable that using them were so thoughtless of the danger to life and limb while working with them He said THE RECORD plant had the best small boil er he ever saw and passed many com pliments on the condition in which it is kept Porter JournalThe I investigationthat- he I friendsat TIE people events satisfaction excellent Hoys A Trip to Trauiptotvu Theatre goers will have a chance to witness one of the finest MeloDramas ever produced upon an American stage when Hoys A Trip to Tramp town comes in town The Drama excellent one There will be plen ty of high class specialties introduced between the acts bright and catchy music They carry a grand concert band and orchestra of solo artists The Funny Tramp band will parade your principal streets at noon Feb 25 and give band concert in front of the Opera House at 715 p m Balcony 25c general admission 35cts reserved seats 50c on sale at Stormes drug store Look Out for Robbers Information has reached here that a band of bank robbers thieves and all round crooks is headed this way and citizens cannot be too watch ful and should be prepared to give the gentlemen a warm reception says the Lexington Gazette Revolvers are no sort of account for not one in a thousand has the nerve to fire accur ately but a doublebarreled shotgun can hardly miss a barn door Thieves and robbers have a wholesome respect for a house where a loaded shotgun is kept handy Country people should not go to the door at nightunless they are satisfied that their callers are known to them Editor Gets a Job While the editor of this paper Is de voted to his present job and is mak ing some six or eight million of dol lars per day out of THE RECORD yet we will soon retire from the business to accept the kind offer of Bro Harry Giovanolli Harry will leave theDan ville Advocate shortly to accept the position of private secretary to Com missioner John W Yerkes We were surprised the other day to receive a letter from him saying I get to Washington I will get Mac to you Sultan of the Sulu Islands at a salary of ten millions per year with no questions asked As soon as Mac sends our credentials we will take up our bandbox and strike out walking for the new field of labor A Blanked Nuisance The above term when expressed in stronger language is what the citi zens attending the Faust presenta tion Saturday night thought of the conduct of the hoodlum element and coons occupying the roost The roost was crowded with boys and coons who seemed to think it their duty to laugh whistle and yell at move made upon the stage Some of the hoodlums would throw pea nuts and wads into the audiencehang their brogansover the railing and act in many other ways that went to prove they had been brought up without training or manners When people pay their cash to see an enter tainment they dont care to have their pleasure marred by the misconduct of You Can Help Him When the local editor hears the foreman locking the last form for the press he cannot suppress the feeling that some and perhaps many current items of local interest have passed him which he ought to have heard and noted says the Somerset Journal All the mean things tHat people have done during the week he has heard for there are people who make it their business to tell him these But the best things of the week are withheld by people whose modesty prevents their telling him of matters concerning themselves The commu nicative citizen is a real boon to the local editor and he cherishes all such and watches an opportunity to return his or her favors Death of Mrs Carpenter The sudden death of Mrs Nannie B Carpenter was a great shock to this community and when reported Sunday morning cast a gloom over the many friends and acquaintances she had here Mrs Carpenter recently moved to Danville and came to last week to spend a few days with friends She was visiting the family of Mr Ansil George Saturday and retired that night in apparent good health Sunday morning Mrs Wm George tapped at her door and receiving no response entered and sound Mrs Carpenter dead The body was still warm and it is thought that death came only a short time before daylight Prior to coming on her vis it Mrs Carpenter had suffered from a cold but had been troubled with no other illness Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist church in this city Monday morning at nine oclock and the remains taken to Lex ington for interment by the side of her husband Mrs Carpenter was a member of the local Baptist church and a woman who daily put into the teachings of the Bible The greater part of her married life was spent in waiting upon an invalid and the cheerful willing in which she ministered to his sufferings was enough in itself to win for her a crown of glory in the Great Beyond our appoint anyone Lancaster I practice t husband I manner an Monday When every 5 The Doctors Happy Hereafter wearyFromCame an Angel down from heavenTo transport his soul above Then the Angel and the Loctor Started up toward Glorys gate But when passing to Hades The Angel murmured Walt thereOldAnd taking up a chair and fan He wa them roast some more DoctorTheresBut the Doctor grinned and mutteredThis Is good enough for me CIn LancetClinic Death of Mrs Leavell After an illness of a year or more Mrs Martha A Leavell died at the home of her daughter Mrs W E Walker on Richmond street Sunday morning at an early hour Mrs Leav ell had resided in this county all her life and was one of the most highly respected and widely known ladies in the county She was the widow of Lewis one of Garrards most prominent and influential citizens Mrs Leavell was a devout Christian and a woman that had done much the cause of the church and the betterment of mankind She was a member of the Presbyterian church and as long as able to attend never missed the services Funeral services were held at the residence Monday at two oclock conducted by Rev Mr Wolford and the remains in terred in the Lancaster Cemetery Rural Delivery The Danville Advocate says begin ning with the first of March a rural free mail delivery service will be between Danville and Mar cellus post office in Garrard county John Coffee has been given the Under the provisions of the law any persons living along the route to be traveled by Mr Coffee can have their mail left at their gates They must however provide suitable boxes in which the mail will be deposited and must apply in writing to the at Danville requesting him to have their mail deposited in their mail boxes The free delivery service has become very popular wherever it has been put into effect and will no doubt be found equally popular in Boyle and Garrard though the opposed by many country merchants where post otlices are located as they say it hurts their business It will not be many years until every farmer on a good road will have his mail left at his door CHEAP RATES To New York City via the Chesapeak and Oh lo Railway On account of the spring meeting of the Xew 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 17 inc and Men 1st to the 4th inc and will be good to return 30 days foom date of sale On this basis the round trip rate from Lexington is 82460 and tickets will be gold in Washington Baltimore Philadelphia not to exceed ten flays days in either place The Chesapeake and Ohio Route is the on ly line from Lexington and Central Kentucky with through sleepers and Dining Car service through to New York without change Any information given or desired will be made on receipt of advice If you have not yet regis tered with the Secretary of the New York Association better do so at once Geo W Barney Div Pass Agt tf Lexington Ky NolaudIlushes A very pretty house wedding took place Tuesday morning at oclock at the residence of Judge and Mrs M D Hughes when their charming daughter Mae became the wife of Mr H Percy Noland Elder A R Moore officiated Miss Hughes is a stylish blonde and was an ideal bride She wore a tailored creation of seal brown broadcloth with gloves and hat to match The bride is a young wo man of much culture and refinement and a brilliant musician The groom formerly of St Louis is a law yer of ability and has a bright future He is highly connected in St Louis and is a young man of good moralsand industry Immediately after the cer emonv they were driven to Stanford where they took the train for their future home in Seattle Washington Their trip will be an interesting one stopping it Kansas City Denver Salt Lake City taking a boat at Portlard for Vancouver British Columbia THE RECORD extends its best wishes to the happy couple A number of hand some presents were given Among those present were Mr and Mrs R E Hughes Mrs Mattie Robson of Lou isville Mr and Mrs G B Swinebroad Mr and Mrs R E McRoberts Mr and Mrs T S Elkin Dr Walters and B F Hudson and wife F P Frisl ie apt Elkin Misses Sallie and Mattie Elkin Mae Ware of Hopkinsville Fannie Collier Carrie Curry Altie Marksbury Mr Louis Landram and wife J F Lear R L Elkin and wife Mr and Mrs R T Embry Samuel En bry and wife Mrs Lou Packard Miss Fay Packard of Independence Mr and Mrs G A Sic Roberts Hughes Miss Hughes of Juliet Rogers Misspell Johnston Mis J Roe Young CoL J W Miller and a number of others LeaveIl afternoon established postmaster system- is o 930 young 1 wife toward contract living tpovers reservations ilea Stanford Dlrs COFFEE CHASE SA10M C F CO SOLE AGENTS Thursday February 21 1901 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS XANDRA3T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YFi B IN ADTAHCB TERMS Six MONTHS THREE OUI 25 lilts NATION was put on trial or smashing saloons at Topeka and her attorneys argued that she had and legal warrant for abating nuisances in her own way The of her example is spreading in Kansas and has had a good effect While she may not proceed exactly according to law yet if she succeeds in dealing king alcohol damaging blows she will not be molested and certainly ought not to be TOMORROW is the birthday of the Pa of his country The banks and post cilices will suspend business and leatherlunged orators over the country tell what a great man he was This holiday business is to be almost as big a nuisance to business men as are Kentucky politi ians It may be however that we poor roosters envy the rest obtained by those who get to lay off and look upon it as sour grapes THE city of Louisville is making great preparations for the entertain inent of the Knights Templar who assemble there this for the conclave This will bring together a body of the best men in the United States and the people out in the state should lend all the assistance within their power to the hustling Louisvillians who are working so hard to show the visitors the meaning of Kentucky hospitality THE LOUISVILLE DISPATCII after a desperate effort to weather the storm has passed into the hands of a rec eiv er This is the paper that was started some years since to freeze out the great CourierJournal Some how or other these papers started to fill a long felt want never last long A LEHANON BUTCHEU advertise that he has been selling very poor beef for several years ttut has repented and will have good meat hereafter The people of Lebanon doubtless eel ebrated the change by killing the calf TEDDY ROOSEVELT says the reports of his recent hunting trip are greatly exagerated If Teddy made as poor a stand with the bears as iie did with the Spaniards its safe to say old bruin suffered little Gov NASH succeeded in stopping the Cincinnati prize fight and the next time he pokes up his head for the people of Cincinnati will in stopping Gov Nash LEXINGTON is threatened with an other oratorical contest by college boys The authorities ought to quar antine against it IT is said Mrs Carrie Nation was formerly a doctor She seems to be especially good on diseases of the joint R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Follow Companies Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile r 0 1 Jf Jf tdO B BALL U D religious influence numerous growing office succeed o t II CO gHartfordConn y R 4 1 a BLAMEr t CM1 I CENTRAL 1 summer fated 0 ell 1ll 4 Ae1ii Life Iii a r a GOOD THINGS FROM SEPH The Record Clips Some More of HI Wise Sayings Knowing Our Enjoy Ealtor Campbell In Somerset Journal That Kentucky is a noble State is not due to chance Her nobility comes by inheritance Kentuckians come of a noble race That she is a great State is due somewhat to the of her political leaders of the past If she is to become greater the Governor says it must be by united effort Our own common sense teach es us that we can never attain to any greatness without union We can never attain greatness by a baneful spirit of detraction or through to dead Issues No people ever become great through appeals to and class hatreds and to the evil passions of men Kentucky and all the South are now upon the threshold of wonderful It is no time for the of whines and caprices The car of progress is passing Shall we get aboard or fall beneath its resistless wheels As a people we have made sacrifices enough to timeservers and ters and should get back to the Web sterian definition of politics It is the science of government that part of ethics which has to do with the of government of a Nation or State the preservation of its safety peace and prosperity the defense of itsexistence and rights against foreign control and conquest the augmenta tion of its strength and resources and the protection of its citizens in their rights with the preservation ot their morals Every citizen of Kentucky knows that great wrongs have been in the name of politics and they know that great reforms must be made and that men not angels must make them Each one of us has a part to perform and we have divine authority for it that the powers that be are of God The constitution and laws of the State are supreme and must be upheld and enforced Peace must be restored even by the sword Prosperity and greatness will quickly follow MABKSBDRY E Harlan has purchased of Sir Tom Adams his farm for 7000 Mr Tom Barker lost a very fine cow last week The sick in this community are not improving Mr Perkins still remains quite ill The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs J B Kemper The is progressing nicely Miss Dixie Kemper one of our young teachers will begin three months school at Mason schoolhouse next Monday Master Bennie Robinson is quite a young drummer yet he understands his business thoroughly All wishing cheap wall paper should notify him at once While splitting wood MrJohn was so unfortunate as to cut his foot very badly The injury is very painful but we hope Mr Simpson will soon be out again Mr Ware of Danville visited friends here Sunday Mrs Ann Bourne and daughter Miss Aggie of Bettis her sister Mrs T I Herring Mrs James Speaks is very low at this writing Master Millard Da ly has been spending several days with his grand father Wm Parks Mr Mason Pollard and mother are relatives at Hustonville Mrs Joshua Sutton and baby of Lancaster spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Mesdames J R Haselden Katharine Aldridge and Miss Kitty Aldridge of Lancaster spent Sunday with H D Aldridge PBEACHERSYILLE John Rigsby sold one hog to S Mor gan for 1125 J P Rogers sold a sow and pigs to G W Evans for 22 W B Ragan bought 8 sheep from Jack Sutton for 35 J L Hutchins bought 2 steers from J P Ballard for 5250 J H Thompson sold 250 bales of hay to B D Holtzclaw for 37ic per hundred J C Fox left last week for Atlanta with a lot of mules this is his second shipment this winter The prospect for a wheat crop In this part of the country is very un favorable at this time J B Hutchins is progressing nicely with his house which will be when completed the nicest cottage in our village Miss Mettle Cormney who has been visiting her grandmother Mrs Payne for several years has returned to her home at Rowland Miss Benda Pettus is visiting her sister in Mrs J L Holtzclaw spent Sun day with Mrs W H Cummins Mrs Charlie Spoonamore was called to Mc Creary last week to see her mother who was dying Rev W B Ragan went to Middlesboro Saturday to hold his quarterly meeting MrS Sowder who was reported last week being badly burned is some better When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballards Snow Liniment give prompt relief Price 25 50 C C J E Storines i t Thent greatness appeals sectional possibilities exercise regulation committed ordained Mrs M Jersey Thursday society accomplished Simpson visited Thursday visiting mixed Stanford as a cents f of I o ii Reader Vlll place 11u will and S r r PAINT LICK Estridge sold 200 barrels of corn to Felix Estridge at 225 per barrel Some farmers have burnt their to bacco beds preparing for another crop J T Palmer has bought and received five hundred and fifty thousand Ibs of tobacco The grip must be a white mans dis ease I have not heard of a single ne gro having it yet Babe Richardson while digging a well for Guy Rice found a bullett ten feet under the ground W S Fish is building a nice office adjoining his drug store it Mrs Griffy mother of Preston died on the 17th in her 84th year Her remains were interred in the Patterson burying grounds Miss Forest Denton has been quite sick with measles at her sisters Mrs W S Fish Miss Eliza Rucker re turned to her home at Ford after sev eral weeks stew with relatives and friends here Dr Wl Letcher of Danville was here this week on bus iness Mr Jack Adams is on the sick list Miss Minnie Woods of is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs R L Jennings have both been quite sick but we are glad to say they are able to be out again Several of our young folks went to Lancaster Saturday night to see Faust Mrs J V Logan has returned home from Lex ington where she has been on a visit for several days Mr John Hunt has been confined to his bed from being vaccinated Miss Kate Willoughby and mother of Lexington returned home Monday after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Rodney Lucy Blackof London is the guest of Mrs A B Estridge Mrs A B Estridge gave an entertainment Monday night in honor of her guest Miss Lucy Black of London BETTIS The sick in this community are Hemp breaking is the work of the farmers in this locality Mr T M Arnold and wife visited relatives at Bryantsville Saturday Mr Sam Johnson bought of Will Blanks a sow and eight shoats for 25 Mrs Marsee and family of Marks bury visited Mrs John Comer Tuesday Miss Kate Miller of Hubble visited friends here the later part of last week Miss Sue and Minnie Bourne gave to a few friends Wednesday Bourne and daughters vis ited her sister Mrs T I Herring Thursday Miss Claud Arnold and father of Bryantsville visited at T M Arnolds Friday night Mrs Shipton Estes attended the golden wedding celebration at the home of her fatherinlaw Monday Mr Price Bourne and wife Loyd Bourne wife and mother were Mr John Underwoods Sun day BUCKEYE A tiny stranger arrived at Mal Carters 13th Is entertained by the swinging to and fro of a willow cradle and the sending low soft lullaby christined Fannie Messrs Henry Montgomery and Sam Duncan will entertain a number of friends at the latters home Saturday evening in honor of Miss Cordelia Lula Simpson of this place Mr and Mrs Lewis Dillon of are guests of Miss Hattie Jones Messrs Jeff Dunn and Brown and Misses Mollie and Gar ie Brown attended the funeral of their grandfather Asy Brown at 1It Olivet Sunday Miss Sallie Bea Ray is quite ill The young ladies Equestrian Club has reorganized at this place delightful excursions have programed that will be partly put into effect ere the flowers come again among some of them may be Locks No 7 and 8 Saunders Wolf Trail Lane Lovess Lane etc Why not Beautiful Lancaster Mr Joseph Simpson and wife threw open the doors of their cheery and hospitable cottage on Lovers Lane and entertained the following guests at tea Saturday evening Mrs Bea Ray Misses Cordelia and GeorgiaRay Bettie Broaddus Kirksville Ida and Willie Pierce Lula and Beattrice Simpson and Pauline Foster Messrs Henry Montgomery and Sam Duncan Bryantsville Oscar Ray Bogie Felix Jones Lige Ray Arthur Noel Raymond Simpson Joe Ray Tom Hicks The music was ren dered more enjoyable by the beautiful bass and tenor voices of Messrs Mont gomery and Duncan Many games were indulged in both new and old You can help anyone whom you find suffering from inflamed throat trouble bronchitis colds etc by the use of Coussens Honey of Tar the great remedy for coughs and colds Price 25 and 50 cts The of the transgressor is often puzzle to the Recent experiments show that all classes of foods may be completely by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which absolutely di gents what you eat As the only combination of all the natural digest ant ever devised the demand for ithas become enormous It has tail ed to cure the very worst cases ot in digestion and it always gives instant relief ty A C oC- cupied by Dr Casenburg G iffy Stanford Miss In improving eveningMrs visitors at basket ota Livingston Johnnie mentioned Ferry Jno and laryngeal ughs advising C C J a digested never Friable t will be Griggs asocial Rand and- y E Stormes this FP 7 1 men a is E a James M Smith near Athens Ga sold his cotton crop 2000 bales 100000 The farmers are selling their lambs for summer delivery at 5i to GJ cents Bourbon News To raise pigs dont overfeed the sow before or right after farrowing Give her plenty of clover and bran or middlings A good feed for lambs is crushed corn and ship stuff all they will eat in the months of February March and a part of April Reports say that clover seeds are scarcer than they have been for sev eral years and prices range from 86 to 675 per bushel Joseph Finley has bought and south since last 400 mules and 125 horses which were bought in Scott and adjoining countiesGeorge town Times The highest priced at of the South Omaha Fat Stock Show netted 276 The steer scaled 1380 pounds and brought 29 cents per pound going to Armour Co Throw oat seed or refuse wheat on the manure pile in the barn yard or around in the weeds and where to make the hens scratch Hens to become layers must become scratch ers and it is easy to make any kind of hen scratch It is of no use to attempt to keep fowls unless they are well attended to Many who complain that poultry is unprofitable should consider whether they have given their poultry the same attention that the horses cows and pigs receive The dairymen of the country are complaining of tte vast amou iif o eomargarine that is being m Mufic tured and sold as butter MIV say they do not fear to meet the rumpeti tion offered by oleomargarine is such but when it dons the masque of but ter then it becomes dangerous If farmers would feed more turnips and less dry corn to their milk cows they would reap more profitable in the condition of their milk great many farmers though would like to have cows that would feed themselves Ex Jessamine Journal hemp crop being broken out and the yield is very satisfactory both in quality and quantity Much of it was sold earlier in the season at 450 to 5 per long hundred but quite a quantity of it has been sold recently at 5c per pound the production of hemp for the year especially as tobacco are not flattering for the A good deal of tobacco is moving now whenever it is in case for The crop is moving off to at a rapid rate 500 hogsheads been shipped over our narrow guage during the month of January while February is holding up the or a little better The prices are by no means satisfactory there is no very good prospect for an improvement and people want to get it off their hands Flemingsburg Democrat L Wai ter Rodes bought a pair of 3yearold mules from Jake Huguely for 300and also a pair from G M Freeman for 240 They will be used on the farm Dr T L Menaugh sold to Allin Million a farm of 75 near Bohon for 30 per acre also farm of 40 acres in the suburbs of Bohon at 0250 per acre J H Lang ford for the Nevada community sold to Frank Martin one 2year old bull for forty dollars also sold C Moss of his community one fat hog 422pounds at 450 per cwt Currants and gooseberries should be pruned annually cutting out all wood over three years the bush es in a compact stocky condition that will hold the fruit up from the ground where it will not be spattered by dirt during heavy rains Leaving a limit ed amount of strong wood two and three years old it will produce larger fruit than will grow on old canes All canes looking sickly which generally indicates a borer in them should be cut out and burned as soon as Wool growers on the Pacific Coast offer a peculiar explanation of the pressed wool situation in that section There iJ now about 1000000 worth of wool held in warehouse in California that cannot be marketed at a fair and it is now claimed that lack of sales is due to the manufacture of goods that are sold as woolen the fraud being made possible by an inven tion known to the trade as This is a dye that holds its color un ill the fabric is nearly worn out Ex perts cannot tell whether goods are cotton or woolen Reports come from the wheat sec bona of both Kentucky and Tennes the Hessian fly the farmers scourge is manifesting itself largely in the young wheat At this time it is impossible to tell just what the ex tent of the damage will be but when spring comes on this can be pretty well estimated At present it can be said that indications are that the damage will be quite considerable Out in Kansas the fly is also itself and the of the cy clone State are fearful lestthis years wheat crop windfall Very considerably below the high mark of 85000 000 bushels establlsljed last year for shipped steersold auction grassany results putin splendidpres- ent prospects future market average bu t arro b1r6 brat acres to Thos Chil ton recently to- W old keeping discovered d value cotton tar finish seethat manifesting water dt tII October The handling hawing Dial farmers a F IJ tI eSfI The low price at which Arbuckles famous can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some Full information with each package Save the signatures J roastedcoffee usefularticle p f An election will be held in New Hampshire next June to choose a State flower and the electors will be school children of the State There is always danger in using counterfeits of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve The original is a safe and cer tain cure for piles It is a soothing and healing salve for sores and all skin diseases F P Frisbie Most people like to be called bad in a laughing sort of a way Like bad dollars all counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are worthless The original quickly cures piles sores and all skin diseases F P The man who parts from the right is reasonably sure to get left When vou want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant in effect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25c Samples free Every box guaran tied For sale by R E McRoberts druggistWhere the wages of sin is death there is no striking for an increase R E McRoberts the druggist wig refund your money if you are not sat isfied after using Chamberlains and Liver Tablets They cure dis orders of the stomach biliousness con stipation and headache Price 2ccts Samples free The good die young but the bad outlive their usefulness Dont let the hand of time paint wrinkles on your face Keep youpr 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 The majority of people who want to be coaxed ought to be clubbed There is probably no disease or ron dition of the human system that more suffering and distress than piles Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint ment cures them quickly withoi t pain or detention from 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes Some preachers are very the most of them are rather long The claim of other cough medicines to be a good as ef 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 ad ding to a cold and cough in the win ter of 1897 trying every cough I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the of Mr Houlehan and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough 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 got a cold aad soon find relief I also recommend to my friends and am glad to say it is best of cough medicines For sale by R B McRoberts druggist Frisbie I Stomach always by I I I business Price deepand Chamberlainsare Gardiner medicine drugstore Remedy i all causes S S the A t j I have just invented and procured a new method You only have to make Trip have have your teeth extracted and permanent teeth fitted that you wont have to make i but one trip and that one when you have your teeth extracted All neces jsary measures are taken and after your gums are perfectly shrunken your teeth are made 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 Otlice open night Refrence Richmond Na tional Bank Wood Stubbsg Go Produce Paying Crops and give the most satisfactory results Stocks are the best and we carry assortment of Seeds in the West Field Grass Flower and Seeds Seed Potatoes Onion Grain and all the best Forage moderate prices Our New Catalogue is a Dandy Its filled with information need about descriptions sowing and cultivat ing all crops valuable articles written by authorities on each subject on Cow Peas Market Crops Fertilizers Fun gus Diseases Etc Well mail it FREE provided you mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KY Administrators Notice All persons indebted to the estate of the Sanders are hereby directed to pay their Indebtedness at once to me All parsons having claims against the estate should pre sent them at once properly verified to me at Stone or to my attorney William Herndon at Lancaster COY S SANDERS Admr Farm for Sale Will sell privately u cheap farm containing 126 acres situated i east of Lancaster between and Fall Lick pikes All meats and is watered convenient to school and chnrch Terms made to suit given immediately particulars call on or E or L Lawson Lancaster Ky Jan 31 3t Hemp Wanted Will pay highest Cash Price for Hemp delivered at either Lancaster or fat my home near Feb21 R M WEST I HEW I lOneIto l I an I I lOur i IGar- dening i t I- k Feb H 9t i Hats tl e vLTtiiT Guaranteed and SEEDSPurchased fate TL 54 Richmond purchaser Fo Pert In 11 Market r a Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and digestive or gans is the latest discovered ant tonic No other approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache all other results imperfect digestion PriceSOc and 1 LargeslzecontalnaSWtlmea smallsize Book all Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Crjlcago 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 county in a good neighbor hood 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 neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HEKXDOX tf Assignee HIGHEST CASE PRICE PAID FOR SKUNK SKINS I Want Correspondence Solicited jan 174t ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all wor to be firstclass Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store Kodol 111 preparation- can t u l 25000 jE BnrlrhaI dt Second St CINCINNATI o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ceo 0 II 0 00000 e 3 I 3 JIB s reconstructing y Pepsi c Main S li f2l lf CENTRAL RECORD Thursday February 21 1901 people Mr Wm Berkele is in Lawrence burg on business Miss Ida Coey of Kirksville is the guest of Mrs Robert Embry Miss Dove Haruis has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Alice Walker of Hamilton College is at home for a few days Miss McClure of Crab Orchard is visiting Mrs Bastin Stanford street The crokinole club was entertained by Elder Moore and wife Friday eve ningMiss Alma Lear of Paint Lick is visiting Misses Bertha and MaryBurn sideMiss Amy Davidson has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Richmond Mr Will West and wife gave an en joyable crokinole party Tuesday eve ningDr A S Price of Stanford visited his mother Mrs Harriet Price Satur day and Sunday Little Alma Berkele has about re covered from her recent illness of sev eral months Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines of Danville have been visiting rela tives in this city The crokinole club will meet with Miss Mary Thompson tonight instead of Friday evening Mr Stone and wife nee Miss Mollie Douglass of Versailles are guests of Miss Nellie Dillon Mr Will Gaines wife and baby of Stanford are guests of his parents Mr Ben Gaines and wife Mrs Davis who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Dr Kennedy has returned to icholasville The Maidsand MatronsSewing Club will meet next Tuesday afternoon at 2W with Mrs Sam Ilaselden Mrs Donald McDonald of Dan yule is the guest of her parents Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Mrs George McRoberts of Stan ford spent several days the past week with her sister Mrs M Farra Mrs R E Mclloberts gave an dinner Monday in honor of the of the HughesXolandbridal party The married folks club met Thurs day evening with Mrs Banks Hudson who entertained in a charming man Mr Hugh and Walter Tillett of Danville have been visiting their aunts Misses Martha and Sallie Til lettMr and Mrs Robert E Hughe and Mrs Mattie Robson of Louisville attended wedding TuesdayMr Slaughter and wife Mr Sim Slaughter and wife of Danville attended the funeral of Mrs Nannie Carpenter Monday Jessamine Journal Miss Mary Welch left Tuesday for St Peters burg Fla where she will visit her brother Dr Thomas P Welch Lexington Herald Mrs William S Barnes will entertain with a luncheon Thursday in honor of Miss Bessie White and M ss Christine Bradley Stanford Journal Mr S S Yantis and family left yesterday for Decatur Ills to reside much tu the regret of the friends made during their stay of a year here Washington Cor Richmond Panta graph Mr Millard West of Lancas ter who was recently transferred from division deputy to a desk in Commissioner Yerkes otlice here ar j j rB 1 oooI r i 1 elegant ner the i ooooooc OUT ooooooooQ ooooo0000000000000000 it i t t Itlt rived in the city last week and has entered upon his new duties A pe culiar feature of the transfer is that the new position pays less than the old but then it is worth something to reside in Washington The posi tion of division deputy vacated by Mr West has not as yet been perma nently filled The place pays about 1500 per year with headquarters in the magnificent government building in Richmond The following social event clipped from Miss Bryans column in the Lex ington Leader of Feb 13 and will prove interesting to the friendsof our much esteemed townsman of former days Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts enter tained a few friends at Conversasione Breakfast this morning in honor of Mrs Lewis W Burton and Mrs Ba ker Perkins Lee wives of the Bishop and Dean of the Episcopal diocese The party was at the residence of the hostess and her sister Mrs George Denny on Mill street one of those attractive old homes with open tires and furnished with rare old mahogany and heirlooms of art and service The parlor was fragrant with pink carna tions sent by friends and the hostess received her guests in a oecorning gown of raspberry silk with of chiffon and lace As a pret ty little ceremony before going out to breakfast a chrystal and gold loving cup was passed by the hostess with an impromptu rhyme to occasion The dining room was lighted with many candles and softly shaded lamps and the breakfast was served at a round table the color tones of which were white and green with a touch of Bishop Burtons favorite in the Prince of Wales violet a lovely bunch of these for each guest having been presented the hostess by Mrs Durham In the center of the table a Parian marble pitcher filled with long stemmed white roses rested on a Bat tenburg lace cover over green satin ground Around this was a wreath of smilax and a circle of white candles in chrystal burners and brass standards All stood at table while the Divine Presence was acknowledged in a few words of thanks for the blessings of the Victorian Era this having been suggested by the hostess in her as a topic for the breakfast The place cards were adorned with dainty little American and English Hags crossed through a royal coronet designed by the hostess and painted in colors by Miss Anna cotton The names were written in gold by Mr Albert McMichael whose marvelous pen engraving was also in evidence on the cards of invitation The first course was tropical fruits served in uaskets made of one half of the large yellow grape fruit and tied with green ribbon second broiled oysters on toast cucumber salad Sar atoga chips Hakes third tiny filet du lieef on toast champignons coffee fourth creamed sweatbreads in tubs heartshaped individual omelettes with parsley beaten biscuit olives fifth Sally Lunn chocolate Conversation sparkled from first to last around the brilliant circle and each truest in Her characteristic style was ready with something interesting to tell Mrs Coleman surprised and pleased the company with a humor ous poem on the Coronation of the Queen written by an Irishman and at the last Mrs Buruon recited Ten nysons poem of welcome to Queen Alexandra followed by Mrs Potts who gave Mrs Howes Battle Hymn of the Republic thus leaving the cir cle on that side of the globe where the vast strides of the era are most conspicuous in our own land of the free and home of the brave The hostess talent for original and artistic entertainment has been rioted before in this column and this beau tiful in honor of two women whom Lexington is now proud to call her own she has added a new laurel Seated at table with Mrs Potts were Mrs Lewis Burton Mrs Baker Per kins Lee Mrs B L Coleman Mrs James H Mulligan Mrs Wickliffe Preston Mrs George Darnall Mrs John Reid Mrs B W Dudley Mrs Milton J Durham Mrs J R Morton Mrs Chas H Vorhies Miss Laura Bruce Mrs George Denny I r r i trimmings suitthe purple shown I I party invitations We want to Increase aur Business For the next ten days we will sell Arbuckles Coffee 1 2ic per pkg Best Patent Flour Minors Wards 55c 4 Minors or Wards Best Straight Flour at 48c per sack Best Corn Meal 25c per sack Standard Granulated Sugar 16 pounds for 100 Best New Orleans Molasses per gallon All other goods at corresponding prices STRICTLY PATTERSON SYMPSON o persack 45 1- t CASH jI P 1 c F A E L r r c BRYANTSVILLE Jeff Dunn andB F Patton sold 20 mules to Wish Kuhlmanat120each There will be a Presbyterian church erected at Hickman in the near fu ture r Mrs Mary Berkele has sold her property in this place to Mr Mote Scott Mrs Hanna Sweeney rented 420 acres of land mostly in grass to Fletcher Ranble for 78080 The meeting which has been in pro grass at Mt Olivet closed last Thurs day The services were conducted Jones pastor of that church Much good was done The Second Quarterly for this year was held at the Bryants ville Methodist church the Saturday and Sunday Interesting services were conducted by the presiding Eld Rev Dearing Mr of the Buena Vista neighborhood died on the IGth The remains were interred at Mt Olivet church Sunday He was one of the oldest citizens in the vicinity 84 years old and a member of the Methodist church and leaves many friends and relatives to mourn his loss Miss Jennie Ison of Wilmore is visiting her aunt Mrs Dr Armstrong Clint Armstrong visited his pa rents last week Taylor Burdett is on the sick list Mrs Berkele is vis iting relatives in Lexington Misses Altie and Mattie Boner of Camp Nel son visited their sister Mrs C C Sunday M rs Kaufman and were also visitors Mr Will Has elden and sister of Danville spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Taytor Mullins Mrs Betsy Burnside visit ed the Misses Dunn Sunday In Memorlam At herhome McCreary Feb 9 1901 at two oclock Mrs Bettie Hat din Long departed this life Oh how sad unexpected death takes our loved ones from us She to whom the world was full of life and hope was taken away by deaths cold hand and forced to leave a loving kind and broken hearted husband five sisters and three brothers The cords of love so fondly entwined around our hearts were She was loved by all who knew her for to know her was to love her She was a loving wife and a devoted Christian having confessed her Savioi while young She was in her forty fourth year She was ever a faithful worker in His cause her hands ever ready to minister to the needy her gentle voice to soothe the wounded hearted she realized the fortitude of her Savior when he said It is more blessed to minister than to be minis tered unto Tis that brings the light of hope into the darkened chamber of death Tis true we shed tears of over deaths doingsand well we may for did But thanksbe unto God He giveth us the victory through the Lord Jesus Christ Her loved ones grieve but her glory is complete Free from cares sorrow and suffering may God keep her mem cry green and make her life a to us all Her funeral was preach ed Sunday afternoon by her paster Rev B A Copass at the Baptist church in Buckeye and laid to rest beside her father and mother and tv o sisters who have gone on before Look up sad hearts and be comforted tor she is with them and God Obituary Died at his home near Teatersville Thursday night the 14th Uncle Rice Ross He was in his 8Gth year being the oldest man in this part of the county He was born in 1815 twice flrst wife Ross died in 1885 Three child ren were born to them two of whom survive Mrs J M Walker at Teaters ville and Mrs C W Moberly of Lov ington ill the third daughter Nan nie died in 1883 His second Nife who was Miss Eliza Woods is still liv ing We would say to the family Remember the Lord giveth and He taketh away Do not grieve that he is gone for the Lord had left him to us so long His counsel had weight and he was kind to all a de voted father and grandfather and an affectionate husband He was hole est in every sense of the word and numbered his friends by the hundred Young and old loved him and called him Daddy He was sick only a Jew days with pneumonia His carne from Illinois Friday too late to wait on him in his sickness but in time to see his quiet peacefulface be fore he was buried His funeral was preached Saturday by Rev Mr of Lancaster and was buried in the old family burying ground on Paint Lick The sympathy for this family in their affliction is universal His funeral services were attended bv a vast concourse of deeply sympathiz ing relatives and friends Bweha life as his is a benediction It did its vork its glory which shall be seen many days Mourn not the father has called him home never more to know hea t aches separations pain or toil where balmy and the flowers ever in Convincing Answer I hobbled into tore one evening Wesley Nel son of Hamilton Ga and he asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which I had for a I told him Ihad no faith in any medicine as they all failed He salt Well if Pain Balm does not help you you need not lor it I bot tIe of it home and it according to directions and in one week 1 was cured and have not since been bothered with rheumatism Sold by R E erts druggist J by- Re Conference AcyBranon Hew s near sorrow thusJesu blessing Hew s marriedhis Fannie I influence daughter WOl- f after rile air IS ltlrBlackmons drug longtime used M Rob J f I S Becker daughter broken this hope her gird says suffered Chamberlains took a CHEAP ICE HOUSE Can Be Bnllt for Fifteen Dollar and Will Answer All Ordinary Farm Parpoae At very little expense an ice house can be that will hold and keep well all the ice needed for any farmers family We are using a small cheap building that keeps the ice as well as one we built 20 years ft co structed R FRAME AND ROOF BOARD ago that cost four times as much Some farmers have an idea that they must forego this luxury when almost any kind of a shed will preserve the ice very well provided it is properly packed Our present ice house is built as cheaply as possible and took less than a days work in construc tion The cut shows the plan of the framework We used white oak poles set into the ground about two feet Some cheap hardwood bill stuff of 2x4 and 2x6 pieces were used for plates nail ties braces and rafters A fair grade of pine stock boards 12 inches wide were used for siding The siding was nailed on the inside of the poles horizontally better to resist lateral pressure from the packed ice and sawdust A better grade of stock boards one foot wide furnished a good roof Such a beard be made quite steep to shed water and with kerfs cut on each edge makes almost a perfect roof The cut shows how the kerfs are cut onehalf inch wide and three eighths of an inch deep The roof boards should be dressed on their up per surface and the kerfs should be cut at least threefourths of an inch from each edge The mill operator sets the buzz saw out of line on the mandrell shaft just right to make a halfinch wabble the roof boards on each edge outside the kerfs and drive one nail in the cen ter of the board as shown in cut Our ice house cost us less than 15 and will last as long and keep ice just as well as one costing 100 or more J II Brown in llural New Yorker SWEET CORN PATCH One Trial Will Convince Any Intel ligent That He Cannot Do Without It Xo farmer knows the advantages de rived from a good patch of sweet corn until he has tried it When he has once had a patch he is a very curious farm er indeed if he fails to plant in after years It is not only good for table use but most excellent for helping out the pastures and keeping up the of milk It is also good for hogs They will devour it stalks and all unless fed too much at a time They will chew up the stalks taking all the juice out and leaving nothing but the fiber It is one of the cheapest of making pork But if you feed too much hogs will eat the ears first and leave too much of the stalks Sweet corn be planted from the 1st of May to the 4th of July with safety The late planting should be some of the earlier sorts such as Early But the early planting up to the middle of Time may be Sto wells Evergreen The latter variety makes a very large crop of fodder with long broad leaves and large ears with deep grains This variety be cut and put in very large shocks unless it is quite as it will mold I have found no sweet it be ever so dry that will stand stacking or putting in mows in large quantities It must be left out in the shock and drawn in only as fast as fed It is best suited for cutting and feed ing in the green state and for conven ience be planted near where it is to be fed We use a wheelbarrow for hauling it leaving it out in the field where it will be handy The feeding is quickl done and is cheaper than pasture It is a good plan to have some temporary racks to feed in or the sometimes muss it over and not eat it up clean We sometimes use a large box not so high but that the can eat from it but enough to keep them from into it I X Cowdrey in Agricultural Epito mist Dig Money In Small Farms The small farm is the sort of farm I have always had faith in that a good living and pleasant home can be had thereon with less worry and contention than on the large farm and the tendency seems to be to decrease the size of the farms from what they have been nearly all over the land As time goes on and the population of our country becomes more dense this will probably be the case in a larger degree than is at present I believe in a more thorough working of the farm ing if you please That is the kind that is the most profitable without doubt Xational Stockman Keeplnj on the Farm The bojs the farms crowdtothe cities as soon as thej are old enough to do so but this condition of affairs is due to the fact that boy is not taughtto take an interest in farming He must work before he goes to school and also on his return home Give him a pony and some little chickens as well as a small patch of ground for use to be grown to anything he pre fers If allowed io raisea pig and have the proceeds therefrom he will appre mate it in the cities who enjoyed the farms when boys will go back to farm life if they have opportunity Are you run down weak and dispirited Take a few doses of Herbine It will infuse new energy life into the exhausted nerves the overworked brain or muscular system and put a new face on life and busines Price 50c O G J E It Is seldom difficult to appear nat ural when ypu have to grind Persons not take ordinary pills find it a pleasure to take De Little Farly Risers They are the best little liver pills eves made F P Frisbie roofshould Nail Farmer flow can ripe corn et should sized it soilintensive on the Themen he nervous new Storm s no can Witt s hays Minnesota cannot cow swill cows stepping believing Hors bantam his now always ax whd r- I t r Wm Gooch bought of Mrs Christine Grayson her crop of tobacco for 2 per hundred E B Cook sold his crop of tobacco for 560 per cwt also Thomas Wor rell sold his crop last week Mr Horace Miller was visiting his son James and family last week Mrs Wm Hammack and baby were visiting her father Thomas Lawson who is afflicted with cancer of the throatHorace Miller rented his farm to Wm for this year George Barnes is very ill of pneu monia Mr James Bell aged eightyfour died last Friday of old age and la grippe His remains were interred in the Naylor He leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss Call For Senatorial Conven tions At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee for the 18th senatorial district of Kentucky held in Stanford on Monday the 11th day of February 1901 for the purnose of determining the time and manner of nom inating a democratic candidate for Senator for said district to be voted for at the November election iOOl all the members of said commit tee being present the following call for a Sen atonal District convention was ordered It was ordered that precinct meetings in each and every voting place iu the counties of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey lie held on Saturday the tith day of April 1901 at 2 oclock p m in which precinct meetings delegates j will be chosen who will meet the Court Reuse of their respective counties on Monday the 8th day of April 1901 at 1 oclock p m aud the delegates so selected at precinct meetings will appoint and name the delegates that their respective counties are entitled to in the Senatorial District Convention to be held iu Stanford Ky on Thursday the 11th day of April 1901 Said couveutiou shall be called to order at 12 oclock of that day I The basis of representation in these preciijct meetings shall be one delegate vote each IOO votes and fraction over for the head of the democratic Electoral ticket at the election 1900 provided however if any precinct cast less than 50 votes for the head of the democratic electoral ticket at said election that precinct shall be entitled to one delegate iu the said county convention The basis of the representation in the atorial District Convention shall be one vote for each 200 votes and fraction over 100 cast for the head of the Democratic Elec toral Ticket at the November election 1900 To the County Conventions held on the 8th day of April the counties are respectively en titled to the following delegates by precincts LINCOLN COUNTY Stanford No 1 172 votes 2 delegates 2 IX 1 3 ICO 2 124 1 Hustonvllle 1 209 2 2 1G9 2 3 1K 2 Wixynesburg 1 167 2 3 88 i I 1 irf 2 2 184 2 BOYLE COUNTY Danville No 1 126 votes 1 delegat s Perryville 1 179 2 137 Mitchellsburg 77 Parksvllle 4 181 Lebanon Pike 5 iM Shakertowu C Stanford pike 7 71 Shelly City 10 Ill Junction City 11 IXi 12 48 GARRARD COUNTY Court House 174 votes 2 East Park 219 2 West Park 151 1 East Bryantsville 182 2 West JJryaiitsvile Ifs 2 Buckeye 90 1 Walkers School House 97 1 Union 1 Paint Lick r2 1 CASEY COUNTS North Liberty No 1119 votes 1 delegates South Liberty Tales Cases Creek Big South Ford Dnnnville Lttle South Middl lufg Frys Creek Jenkins 2 112 3 125 4 211 5 132 92 7 117 8 190 91 11 113 I For the head of the Democratic Electoral Ticket at the November election 1900 the counties of the district cast the vote Lincoln 18SO votes entitled to 9 delegates Boyle 1568 votes entitled to 8 delegates Garrard 1312 votes entitled to 7 Casey ISO votes entitled to 7 delegates i The county committeeman for each voting precinct will call the precinct m etln K to or der as chairman of the meeting aud will see to it that the delegates selected to the county convention are properly accredited and as delegates to the county convention by the secretary of the meeting AH persons who will poss ss the legal qualifications of voters atthe November election 1901 and who democrats have the right and are invited to participate In these precinct meetings I It wasfurther ordered tint the aitiou of the executive committee for this Senator a DU tict be published in the Dauviile News Ken tucky Advocate CENTRAL RECORD Interior Journal and the Lincoln Democrat and that hand bills of the action of this committee be printed and sent to the Chairman of Case County Committee and posted at every voting place in the county R C WARREN Chairman 18th enatorial Dist United States of America L District of Kentucky In the United States OK t net Court in and fur said District In the matter of Richard A McGratl Bankrupt No 15 in Bankruptcy No of First Meeting of Creditors To the Creditors of Richard A Mc Grath of BryantsvMlp in the count o Garrard state of Kentucky and dh trict aforesaid a Notice is hereby given that on th llth day of February AD 1901 th said Rici a d A McGrath w duly atert pankrupt and th t he tic this creditors win he at in Harrodsburg Ky 01 the 4th day of March A D 1901 at II in the forenoon at which tim the said creditors may attend prove their clams a tru ter fixam Inc the bankrupt and transact loci other business as may properly con before said meeting Feb 18 1901 Thomas H Uardm Referee in Bankruptcy tl Coldiron I K lit for 5lJ cast lien 2 133 j 1 Crab Orchara f I 2 80 3 1 I 2 1 1 I 2 I 12 1 1 I 2 Rolling Fork 1 I 1 1 I 2 1 Ii 1 1 2 I 1 l following I 50 f tic tweeting myotflce oclock I I HLA1 WOODS graveyard Presidential delegate 1 93 tk i3 1 delegates certified are the 1 hell r N E W WALL PAPERS A T Ip DRUG STORE Please Take Notice- As my creditors in the cities are crowding me it is absolutely necessary that I have all that L is owing me immediately This is very important so please Call at Once and Make a Settlment This is meant foi all that owe me and I trust my friends will respond to my appeal D TI0 0 K X 000 0 K 0 000 PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY Fine Cigars V Tobaccos FrEscriptinns SccuratElyCnni Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT 0 1 II I I I i E i L aa c ClacccaUcoa CQcgQUUOOOOCCcooc u JIU pounded DANVILLEr MPiiibLJ Q g g SALLI LLETT W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHKTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZLEY 3DEITTISTTeeth extracted without pain Vitalized Air Office in the Bookout HuiidlnvDauvilIe street oppo te Presbverian church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Enfjineerinorand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Heal Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms BANK CAPITAL 15000000 SURPLU 00001 LANCASTER KY President JNO E STOBMES Vice C DENNY Cashier f F ROBINSON JR AssC Cashr R T EMBRY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny Jno E Htormes W HKinuaird IV ffiiI with THE NATIONAL OF j j 10 fii A R DsNsT President- S 1 D Cochran A C Robinson sI493 e f- Q Lancaster Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All tforlc furnished on short noticei vmd in test possible manner Prices ange from 8 upward Call at works iear the depot S McGUIRE 1 f r are i 4 Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm containing 12 Ji acres stiles south ol ISryants ville There is u spfeudid istorycontaining six rooms ou the place Rood burn ice house granary aid all ether necessarv out buildings Nevcrfailiun water at door nod of stock water mi the place T he place is well suited for stock farm All under fence Close to churches and good school HENRY KUHLMAXJf 920 tf Bryantsville Ky For State Senate We are authorized to announce lIon Gec T Farris us a candidate for renomination irstate Senator in this district comprising tine counties of Lincoln ISoyleGarrard and Casey subject to the action of the Democratic party For Senator We are authorized to announce E AVLJIfarrt as u cuudi titie for the nomination of Senator for the Sth district subject to the action of the Democratic party T J DENTIST Office over Blue Grass Grocery Richicond street All work done promptly and satlfiict orily Charges reasonable OftGANlZKO 1883 NATIONAL Bill Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttentionGuaranteed j X HieaiNBOTHAX Preaiden Lawns Y LXAVKLL TlcePresldeni B F HUDSON Cashlei W O KlGSKY Assistant CD WALSXB Booleoei DIRECTORS JMHiesiNBorauc Lxwin Y LEAVU TMABHOLD B F HUDSON SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale w B BURTON smallerfarm I Hood CITIZEN J 1 KY lye dwelling good 1 LANOABTEB BY Cash e JVA- LSRBllrlolis 1 1o LIVERY a our e e poison oak Poison ivy are among the best known of the many dangerous plants shrubs To touch or handle them r swelling and inflammation in tense itching and burning of the skin The eruption soon disappears ferer but almost as soon as the little blisters and pustules appeared the poison had reached the out at regular intervals and each time in a more form This poison will loiter system for atom of it must be forced out of the blood before you can expect a perfect permanent cure Nilires Aitlttte FOR j rNatures Pilsus is the only cure for Poison Oak noxious plants It is com posed exclusively of roots herbs Now is time to get the poison out of system as condition worse Dont experiment longer with salveswashes soaps never cure Mr S M Marshall bookkeeper of the Atlanta Ga Gas Co was with Poison Oak He took Arsenic and various other drugs and applied externally numerous lotions and salves no At times the swelling and inflammation was eo severe he was almost For eight the would break out season His condition was much improved after taking one bottle of S S S and a cleared blood of the and all evidences of the disease disappeared People are often poisoned without when orhow your case fully to our physicians and they will cheerfully as require without and we will send at the same time an book on Blood and Skin Diseases i THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA GGNERAfc Mrs Stevens President of the W C T indorsed Mrs Nation Miss Lucy Smith was thrown from her horse in Bell county and killed A bill was introduced in the House to punish kidnapping by hanging Albert Neilson was horribly and mangled by Bengal tiger in the Zoo at Indianapolis Reports of 181 railroads for 1900 show an increase in gross earnings over the previous year of 125000000 Mrs F M Osgood wife of a President was robbed of jewels worth 5000 in a Pullman car in Cali forniaFederal Judge Acheson at Pitts burg decided that United States or their deputies can make in emergency cases without a warrantMillions of people are familiar with DeWitts Little Early Risers and those who use them find them to be famous little liver pills Never gripe F P FrisbieThirty persons were injured more or less seriously by a street car en route to Cincinnati from Dayton Ky plunging over a fiftyfoot embankment on the Kentucky side of the river The State Agricultural has received the annual supply of spring garden seed for distribution over the State Commissioner Nail will send the seed out to the farmers through his correspondents in the va rious counties John Bull is now buying American slate for roofing purposes finding our product is cheaper and better Mrs John Jordon weighed 676 and was the mother of thirteen died near Dresser Ind Deputy Sheriff William F Vaughn who killed Newt Nelson a negro at Georgetown was acquitted The Chinese court has been by the peace plenipotentiaries that the decision of the foreign envoys with respect to the punishment the officials is irrevocable J L Wilson a trusted employe of J M RobinsonNorton Co was ar rested charged with stealing silks 3000 in value C is charged with receiving the propertyJudge William H Holt United States District Judge for Porto Rico decided that the Executive Council of Porto Rico is no more subject to than the Senate of the States Investors are 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 Cald wells Syrup Pepsin according to It is an absolute cure for consumption indigestion stomach troubles and sick headache Mc Roberts druggist If it wasnt fur the fools in world wise men would have to work for a living I r g s Wild aggravated e hi advice interesting NEWS U Illinois fatally railroad Marshals arrests Department children informed guilty aggregating Benjamin in- junctIOn United disappointed directions R E ri r L in o MeeeeeeeM eeeeeeMer ee e00 aooooeooooaeooooo0oooooaeoooe R s u haL TELEPHONES IN INDIANA I Editor CENTRAL RECORD Dear Sir After reading THE RECORD articles of your paper con cerning the Bell telephone Ifeel that it would be of interest to you to know about the Free System of Telephones to which I have access Fiom my boarding house I can talk to more than six hundred families Almost every home has a phone The first line of system built in this was built only one year many new lines are being constructed and the system is spreading rapidly to more distant parts of the state The stockholder is at very little ex pense for such a convenience He builds one mile of the main line and buys his phone The cost of building the line is very little if a man furnish es his own poles and does his own work One of the very best phones can be purchased for about dollars When the first few lines were built some of the stockholders of the lines formed a company to buy a switchboard with the understanding that when their money is refunded it becomes the property of all the The phone hojders of a line buy the drop at the switchboard which costs about three dollars The phone holders of a line pay a foe which shall not exceed twenty five cents per month to help defray the expenses of employing some one to attend to the switchboards at both ends of the line Those attending to the switchboard are employed specified sum each line coming in to the switchboard bearing a certain amount of expense Business houses in town may put in phones by building their short line to the switchboard buying their phone buying their drop at the switchboard which costs about three dollars and paying a fee of fifty cents per month Since these phones are on lines themselves the series phones may be used by making a double line I send you a directory card which is selfex planatory in many respects I feel this might be of interest to some of the readers of THE There were two toll systems here before this system was estab lished but they are not thriving well in this vicinity Should any further information be desired I will endeav or to render it Respectfully Malisa B Furr Gosport Ind Feb 9 1901 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 throat and lung troubles and its use prevents consumption It was made to cure quickly F P Frisbie Heathens are people who do not waste their time quarreling over reli gion Nervous children are almost always thin children The outdoorboy is seldom nervous Whites Cream Ver mifuge is the best preventive of ner vousness 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 It is usually the charity that begins at home that covers a multitude of sins Should A Man Be Vain Certainly he should He should have ambition to look well and feel good which he cannot do unless he di gests 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 gist There is evidently something in spiritualism Some mediums are quite wealthy Reports show a grater increased death rate from throat and lung troub les 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 F P Frisbie About the only good thing about some men is their reputation for be ing bad A powerful engine can not run with a weak boiler and we cant keep up the strain of an active life with a weak stomach neither can we stop the hu man machine to make repairs If the stomach cannot digest enough food to keep the body strong such a as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be used It digests what you eat and it simply cant help but do you good F P Frisbie Death is about the only sure cure for lying that has ever been discover 1 edThe 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 la grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by R E He Roberts druggist this agoyet thirtee- for a b RECORD early preparation pneumonia attack is 0 county stockholders fall Y or Relief for tile Gentler Sex Mothers Fftmmd9 is a friend headaches cramps and nausea it is a blessing in a robbing confinement 44 Mothers Friend b sold by druggists t 1 per bottle If it cannot be found we will send express prepaid rnnjf where in the United States receipt of price We publish boot on Motherhood that every one of the gentler sex can free upon request du before childbirth It is simple liniment of marvelous power and by its of the muscles nervousness relieves t Upon THE IlBABnELB 1UlG1JL CJO Atlaata G a Il the nine all R Announcement To Be Held At May 23 24 25 0 1 Under the Auspices of The Blue Grass League List of Contests and Prizes THURSDAY EVENING MAY 23 Best First Medal by Mrs Margaret GillSecond Rocker by R A Stone Best Declamation Male First Prize Gold Medal by the teachers of the Lancaster Graded Schools Second Scholarship in Lexington Business College by Jones Spink Best Vocal First Medal by H Logan Second Mirror by J A Beaz ley and Box of Lowneys Fine Candies by H M Ballou Co FRIDAY MAY 24 Contest in Oral Spelling for pupils under 12 years of age Medal by J S Minor Son Contest in Oral Spelling for Pupils over 11 and un der 15 years of age a Citizen of Lancaster Contest in Written Spelling Fifty words from any test speller or such as are used by the State Board of Examiners for County and State Certificates First Medal by J C Thompson Second Rack by J R Payne Public Oral Contest in Spelling Words used shall be such as are found in the spelling books most generally used in the Graded Schools First Medal by P W Grinstead Second of Lowneys Fine Can dies by Mrs R Zimmer Contest in Rapid Calculation for Pupils under 12 years of age Calculations shall be with in tellers not exceeding 1000 and fractions whose denominators do not exceed 15 and shall consist of addition subtraction multi plication division and partition Prize Gold Medal by B F Hudson Contest in Higher Arithmetic Not fewer than five problems from some standard Higher Arithmetic or its equivalent and similar to those used for a State Certificate or State Diploma Medal by Dr J B Kinnaird Contest in Elementary Algebra This contest is limited to pupils who have studied the Ele mentary Algebra only About five problems similar to those found in the usual texts shall be given for solution Medal by Wm Ward Contest in Higher Algebra Similar conditions to those in Higher Arithmetic First Medal by Dr L H Blan ton Second in TypeWriting Commercial College Ky University by W R Smith Contest in Plane Geometry Not fewer than five theorems or problems similar to those found in he usual texts in High Schools Prize Gold Medal by J R Haselden Contest in TrIgonometry Conditions similar to those in Geometry Medal by the Faculty of the Kentucky State College Contest in Latin Translation A prize will be giv en to the Student who gives the best literal translation of about 25 lines selected from the first three books of Caesar First Medal by the Faculty of the Kentucky State College Second Prize 8250 worth of Booksby Robt Construction shall be in the above examination Contest in Mental Arithmetic for Pupils under 16 years of age Problems similar to those used in grammar grades Medal by Miss Elisa Lusk Co Supt Contest in English Composition Three subjects shall be announced by the Examiners and 30 minutes given the contestants to write upon the one selected First Prize Gold Medal by Dr W C Second Central University Schol arship by Dr L H Blanton Contest in and Vertical Rapidity regularity and legibility shall be considered Gold Pins by the trustees of the Lancaster Graded Schools Contest in and Mechanical Prize Gold Medal by J Joseph Contest in English Grammar for Pupils under the High School Course Construction and an alyses within the limits of the contest First Medal by Southern Nor School and Bowling Green Business Col lege Second Prize Silk Umbrellaby C D Powell Contest in United States History About five questions upon the most decisive and events since July First Medal by Wm Herndon Second Prize Scholarship in Penmanship Commercial College Ky University by W R Smith Contest in Geography for Pupils below the High School Course About 10 questions such as should be understood by pupils who hays I I Blue School TOURNAMENTT Lancaster Ky 0 DeclamationFemale PrizeGold PrizeHandsome Price35 SoloFemale PrizeGold T Prize500 PrizeGold PrizeGold Medalby PrizeGold PrizeBook PrizeGold PrizeBox PrizeGold PrizeGold PrizeGold PrizeScholarship PrizeGold PrizeGold Kinnaird included PrizeGold Roberts PrizeThe PenmanshipSlant PrizeTwo DrawingFreehand PrizeGold mal 41776 PrizeGold J Grace Graded a S determining a studied the Geographies usually taught in our City Schools Medal by Louis Y Contest in Reading Grammar Grade Each will be required to read the same se lection in the presence of the examiner alone Position pronunciation articulation inflection modulation pitch etc will be observed Prize Gotd Medal by Louis Landram Ed Central Record Contest in Physiology For Pupils under the High School course About 10 questions five of which pertaining especially to nar cotics and intemperance Medal by W C T U Lancaster Contest for Best Exhibit of Work done by Pupils of the First Grade A prize will be given for the best exhibition of workdone by pupils in the First Grade Said exhibit shall Language Drawing Painting Model ing Manual Work etc Cast for First Grade Room of the winning School by R G Ward and G M Patterson Contest for Best Exhibit of Work done by the of the Second Grade Conditions same as for First Grade Prize 500 Cast by J H Patterson Contest for Best Exhibit of Drawing and Painting by Pupils of Third ReaderGrade Conditions SelfExplanatory Prize 500 Cast by Dr W S Beazley and Alex Denny and 500 worth of Books by John Barton Contest in Civil Government About ten ques tions of which five shall be up n the Consti tution of the U S Prize Set of Hudsons New School Shake speare 24 volumes by Ginn Co SPECIAL PPIZE The State College of Kentucky will present a Scholarship to the one securing the largest number of prizes provided not more than one of the prizes is securd on Athletics FRIDAY EVENING MAY 24 Best Chorus of Hudsons New School Shake sptvi 24 volumes for Library of winning sell by Lancaster Graded Schools Num in chorus not to exceed 20 Best Y Quartet Four Gold Pins by J M Higginboth and others Best Yocil Female Gold Pins by John M Duncan and James Sanders Best Vocal Prize Two Gold Pins by J C Hemphill Best Vocal Duet Male and Female Gold Pins by Gov Bradley Best Vocal Medal by J M Logan SATURDAY MAY 25 Dash Boys 15 years of age and under Silver Watch by R H Batson 100Yard Dash Medal by Hon H V McChes ney Supt Public Instruction 220Yard Dash in value by F P Frisbie HalfMile Run Prize Gold Medal by R E McRoberts Running High Jump in Gold by J H Sympson Running Broad Jump in Gold by School Board Standing Broad Jump Prize 250 in Gold Throwing Heavy Shot in Gold Throwing Base Ball Ball and Bat Running Hop Step and Jump in Gold 100Yard Sack Race in Gold by J C Robinson Potato Race Eight potatoes 2 yards interval the first potato 2 yards from the goal total distance 144 yards with 15 rightabout turns in Gold by George Palmer Base Ball Game Prize tfhe contending Ball Teams of the League will vie with each other for posses sion of theFlag and the championship Blue Grass Graded School Tournament now held by Harrodsburg Any of the foregoing contests or those proposed by any principal or superintendent shall be valid when contestants enter from not fewer than three schools foregoing statement does not prevent a prin cipal from having contests between pupils of his own school or of two principals having a contest whenever the prize is provided by the contesting school or schools Rules Governing Blue Grass Tournament Adopted at Frankfort 1S97 1 Only bona fide students can enter 2 No pupil who enters school later than the beginning of the second term of the school year shall be considered a bona fide student 3 All judges shall be disinterested compe tent and subject to the approval of the committee 4 Judges shall fix limitations of contests 5 Questions as far as possible shall be fur nished by those giving prizes 6 Judges in Music and Elocution shall be professional and each committeeman may nomi nate one 7 In Common and High School branches not more than three from any school shall enter a contest in stage contests not more than one 8 Entries shall close May 7 9 Within a week after entries close a list of entries shall be sent to each principal or superin tendent 10 All winners of first prizes in former con tests are debarred choruses excepted 1L No pupil can enter more than three con tests in Common or High School branches Those attending the Tournament who obtain a certificate from their local agent can secure a return ticket at onethird the usual rate if the cer tificate is signed by the Secretary of the Tourna ment and presented to the agent at Lancaster All Contestants will be entertained by the cit izens of Lancaster For further information address JT U PATTERSON President Lancaster Ky PrizeGold Le ell PrizeGold include Prize500 PrizeSet II l lIzout PrizeTwo DuetMale PrizeTwo SoloMale PrizeGold 50Yard PrizeA PrizeGold Prize350 Prize250 Prize250 Prize250 PrizeStandard Prize250 Prize250 Prize250 o fthe T I o NOTE r I contestant Pupils Duet DAVIDSON ft Real Estate Agents 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 is made either directly or indirect ly 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 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 ITo 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 and commanding Price low Terms to suit purchaser Wo 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 i o 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 4 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 No 5 Farm Of 86 j Acres 2 miles from Lancaster on the Sugar Creek pike rich and productive 55 acres under culiiva tion 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp landbrings fine wheat and corn remainder tn grassStock water in abundancestfficicnt through out last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruiting whole place under good fence 5room cottage regidence barn ice house and all necessary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want for it For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson R Law Office over Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record office f LAND HAM t onestoryframe placeGood 1 s 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 DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50 and 5100 eases FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike w f A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES 310 Mi Mali Street ST LOWS HC STORMES DRUG STORES F BWJRD Sole PrO IJeIOrl WORMS I WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCE ZO Jursln RasdIs y BT azz I r F ALLARD It LouIe Fir Li sU war soza a1tV66ZiTJ-AMEB