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EIVKNTII YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LPTJIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 7 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR y ct tntfn trot NUMBER 49 x- t1 Buy your Plows Plow Gear Wagon Ereechia From us money We have a lot of Col lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains The best and most complete line HARNESS and SADDLERY We have ever had and our prices will please you J R IIASELDEii J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors accQCOOOOOocQQcoaoococoooo ooocoocc 1 V and atie oooooaoooeoao0ooo0000000000 I Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward I jll t of I z- oReceiveff 0j Lire 900040 00 0 OO 000 OMOOQOOOOOO r I g LANCASTER ANA 4ICWITy f- fy eeeeoeea oeeoeee Fashion magazines at Thompson Fresh fish every Friday at Zimmers Fresh crackers on hand at all times at Zimmers Fields minstrels is the biggest and best on the road Disc corn planter a natural success sold by Gaines Bro Spring dress goods inall the latest creations at There will be work at the Masonic lodge next Tuesday night Fresh bread daily at Zimtners We make fresh caramels every day Zimmers Al Field will draw like a porus plas ter at the Opera House on the 22nd Wanted Car load iron and bones IT B t We have had all kind of weather sinoe March set in We need rain Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Dont forget that the gate for Quo Vadis in Danville is Monday next the 11th The wind did considerable damage to trees roofs and fencing in this sec tion Sunday Telephone C T Veach at Danville and a scat for the Quo Vadis performance Sweet Peas at 5c per oz All kinds of the finest flower seeds cheap for cash at Thompsons x Dr McKee will begin a protracted meeting at the Presbyterian church Sunday week the 17th The county of Fayette has given the right of way over its turnpikes to the electric railway people For Sale Winchester Repeating Shotgun Used but little Will sell cheap Apply at this office The colored school had THE RECORD ollice print handsome invitations to its commencement exercises Col W T Wilmore purchased the residence of Mrs J Edna Wilmore in Xicholasville for 50000 cash 1 Joseph North ott badly secure S i qUALITYQUEEN 0 Q and I SHOES Prillcess Perfection k- Up To Date STYLES Q The Logan Dry U Co o ifjffJff l m 0 0 0 0 The Bowling Alley is furnishing amusement and exercise for the in attendance every day A great many Lancaster people will witness the production of Quo Vadis in Danville Monday March 11th Always on top in quantity quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey Do you use Wards flour None Ask for White Swan or Gilt Edge Lancaster Elevator and Mills Your grocer will give you Swan or Gilt Edge if you ak for Wards flour Lancaster Eleyatoc and Flour Mills The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard are quite popular If you want a strictly tirstclass meal go over next Sunday Gaines Bro sells and guarantees all kinds of uptodate implements al so agent for the Deering machines and the Capital wagon Manager Clay Hamilton has a cozy little otlice fitted up for the telegraph wires Hes one of the most obliging operators we ever knew 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 W H Harris has billed his min strels for a performance at Junction City He is thinking of going regular ly on the road with the show I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home you All grocers sell it and thousands are us ing it Miner Son The ladies have been flocking to Josephs this week to see his Spring goods All pronounced them the prettiest ever shown in this section Good Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper ITIlllIiiery Opening Miss Dove Harris has received some of her goods from New York and will go to the cities this week to complete the stock Spring Stilts Come and see samples from three of the best tailoring houses in America Price fit and quality guaranteed to be correct M D Hughes Sam Duncan and Claud Wherritt whose word on such matters is never questioned say there are no ducks this season They have been hunting several times Circuit court begins Monday with the lightest docket ever known Keg Mason says all the suits com bined would not mane a good break fast for the clerk Special Sunday ITJeala The new Garrard Hotel makes a specialty of Sunday dinners and sup pers All delicacies of the season pre pared in excellent manner Walden Property Rented Dr Sandlin has rented the Walden property on Lexington street and moved into same He will have his office at the Dr ONeal office Brat Show of the Season Dont fail to Fields Min strels at the Opera House Friday night March 22 Best band and comedians on the road I have now a rubber tire plant for the purpose of putting on the ebrated Victor Rubber Tire We them on while waitW Older citizens will remember the dancing team Welby and Pearl who were with the New Orleans Minstrels They are with Al Field and will be here Friday night March 22 Nfcbojawille Firp destroyed store and did considerable damage to the post oifice t Nicholasville Friday night Postmaster Buford succeeded in saving all the mail matter Mr W A Trone who did the finest and best carriage painting last year ever done in Lancaster wile remain with me again this If you want first class work bring it in W Jyilomans Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new and the very best quality Robert Underwood I uch White 1 with handsome see Al orchestra ce n Wallins sea on t crowds andt better Flour S ca- put celebrated Pine at drug afresh t 1 red I 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 Attention Red Men Every member of the local tribe are urgently requested to be present at a meeting at Odd Fellows Hall on Thursday evening March 14th E H Tomlinson Sachem Another Doctor Locates Dr Burnett has located in Lancas ter for the practice of his profession Dr B married a Miss Arnold of this county and is widely acquainted and greatly liked by the people THE RECORD wishes him much success Graded School at Stanford The vote on a Graded School at Stanford resulted in the proposition carrying after a hard fight If the people will fight shy of politics in se lecting trustees teachers etc the school will prove a great blessing to the city Lady Physician Weds Mr J N Turner a prominent young banker of Campbellsville and Miss Mary daughter of W R Letcher formerly of Cincinnati and the first lady physician of Madi son county were married in last week Rush Property lloiitcd Notwithstanding the fact that it has been published broadcast several times that the Dr Bush property was rented yet no urea has ever taken of it until last week when Dr Burnett and family moved in Those holding my advertising must bring them in before March 15th and get your names in the can remember every dollars worth bought before that day gives you a chance at the in cash to be given away to customers Thompson the Jeweler Thos Williams manager of the Williams Comedy Co which played here this season has brought suit against the L N for 25000 claim ing that his wife was injured by one of said companys engines crashing their private car Mrs Williams died a short time before the company came here Big Fire at Lexington The famous old Phoenix Hotel at Lexington was badly damaged by fire Saturday night The flames were dis covered in the clothing store on the corner and before the fire department could get them under control the en tire stock was ruined The many guests escaped by the way of ladders telephone poles and other like means Scarcity of Water Until Monday not a drop of water had fallen for many weeks and the cisterns abopt town were all as dry as a gone Only urea or two cisterns on the Square have any left and in gage of fire the town would be at its mercy Doctors say the water is causing much of sickness about town Will Wove to fJnrrnrd Winchester pemoeratj The Bap tist congregation at Paint Lick Gar rard county have bought a lot near their church and will build a parson age on It Their pastor Rev George Shepherd formerly of this countybut now of Louisville will move there to occupy the new parsonage when built Moves to Danville Mr Geo M Overman and wife left last week for Danville Mr Overman has been representing the Montinegro Hiehm Piano Co here for a number of months and made many friends He takes charge of thesame companys business at Danville He was a mem ber of the local orchestra and will be greatly missed Crap Shooter Caught Chief of Police Dee Turner caught six crap shooters this week and Judge Brown soaked them to the of 20 The owner of the house was held in the of 200 to the grand jury Two other roosters from Madison were fined ten dollars and cost for running their horses through town flee is making the way of the transgressors pretty Service at Baptist Church Prayer meeting Thursday night 7 oclock lecture by pastor Subject Christian Citizenship Preaching Sunday morning 11 oclock subject Regeneration 7 p m subject Aliabs BloodStained Chariot Sun day school 930 a m Ladies Helping Hand Society meets with Mrs I S Wesley Richmond street Strangers welcome Jas E Woolford pastor Change Mr Richard Ward has purchased the interest of Prof Patterson in the grocery business and the firm is now Ward Sympson Mr Ward traded his pretty new residence on Rich mond street in the deal Mr Ward is one of the most popular men in the county and the new firm will keep abreast of the times in every way He will build another residence in tl Mr Ward will continue his lumber and planing mill business as heretofore MIner Son Vt her Richmond tickets tOO low the tun sum e- Sp ng 8 possession into Business R Elected major Danville E W Lil lard was elected Major of the Third Battalion Second Regiment The complication in the election by the Tyrone Company is incorrect as this company voted Lillard 29 Longmire Captain Lillard will get his commission in a few days Help Us Hustle Then Burgin Cor to Harrodsburg Say ings The Lancaster RECORD and the Danville Advocate are still playing My ships acomin and each boat always has the Southern railway stored away in the hold The only thing we are waiting on now is to see which of the papers is If THE RECORD gets it it will start from Burgin but if not youd better begin packing up your dishes for well have to move Burgin to Dan ville Firm Dissolved The drug firm of Lillard Stout has been dissolved Captain E W Lil lard retiring Capt Lillard leased the building to Mr Stout and he will continue the business at the old stand Ansel Ware remains with him as clerk Captain Lillard has not yet determined just what he will do but will stay in Danville and go into busi ness probably into the real estate market in which he has had some The change will not with his race for State Senator Advocate Sale Stablp Last Saturday J W Sweeney a deal with W B Burton for the loafers large stock of livery on Stan ford street Mr Sweeney takes all the buggies harness stock feed etc and pays Burton 2008 Mr Barton sold none of his sale horses and will to handle that class of stock at his large sale barn in Middlesooro Mr Sweeney is a young man of busi ness ability and will make a success of his venture Hope Theyll Build It Richmond Odd Fellows are think ing of erecting a handsomo building in that city the same to contain a first class opera house We hope they will do so as a good house there will bring the best of shows this way The trouble now is that the troupes to make such long jumps to get that we have to offer extra in ducements to get them A good Richmond will be a wonderful help to Lancaster i AdvocateCapt reported a I successful experience interfere continue I haveS house- ti extension Drug f of Livery closed Inhere Traveling in Style Engineer Henry Lammers of the Rowland branch who has recently been off on a visit to friends out west returned this week riding a new engine or rather his old one so renovated and handsomely painted that you cant tell her from one Mr Lammers has pulled the local train for a number of years and has a host of friends along the line lie is a careful steady manand as clever a fellow as evor pulled a throttle He makes Capt Phil Price pull off his hat now when he comes on the new engine Mr J B Jennings an experienced man in clothing and accurate in measures will be with me this season and we will guarantee a per feet fit in your spring suit Wewill not handle readymade goods but sell you for 11 a tailor made abso lutely allwool suit worth two ordi nary suits from Wanamakers Phila delpha house also suits from excel lent Chicago and Buffalo houses at up Give us a call Quality and tit guaranteed M D Hughes Agent Pays Tax ou Parson age An interesting case was decided in Lexington Monday The Broadway Christian church in employing the pastor Eld Mark Collis gave him the choice of occupying the parsonage or of renting it out and devoting the proceeds to his salary lie chose to live in his own house and rent out the parsonage The city claimed it was subject to taxation which claim the church resisted The court decided in favor of the city on the ground that the parsonage is not exempt from tax ation unless the minister lives in it A Wonderful machine Dr J B Kinnaird has purchased the latest improved X Rays and the wonderful machine is being put in running order at his ollice on Dan ville street It was built by VanPoi ton Tenbroeck and is the finest on file market It cost the doctor 500 lie will use it in reducing fractures lo eating missals and for many other pur poses for which the invention has so successful It has been given a test and all bones of the body plainly This is the only X ray ma chine in central Kentucky and its shows connendable enterprise on the part of Dr Kinnaird More Local on page I completely anew f A I taking 1150 prov- en purchase 3 Curd S i I Its the Opinion or Everyone The Lexington Herald voices the belief of all those who are well posted on the matter when it says It had been thought until recently that in ease this lease was renewed the South ern Railway system would not build its BurginJellito extension which has been in contemplation for several years But this extension will form a complete connection with the differ ant sections of the Southern system independent of the Cincinnati South ern and is therefore of great impor tance in itself Besides it will open up a new and rich country in Ken tucly which will be of value to the road For these reasons and in view of the extensive surveys which been and are being made the engi neers of the road and other persons in a position to know have stated thatthe extension will be built REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL MlOF LANCASTER AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS 1901 RESOURCES Loans aiul ilisconnts j O and unsecuredL S to secure circulation SOWiu W Stocks securities rte SJOK Hi fixtures llWJO 00 Other real estate and mortgwKes own ed Due from National Bunks 109S67 4 Due from State Bunks and Bunkers 3 fc Checks and other cash items 2i Revenue Mint Sates of other National Banks 2m i Fractional paper 174 TJ LAWFUL RESERVE Is RANK vizSpecie U7i 00 Legaltender notes 1 uoo 10 I1J172 10 Redemption Fund with US Treas urer of circulation 2 500 to LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in OOCO 00 Surplus fund 10000 00 profits less expenses and taxes paid 975 National sunk notes outstanding 00 00 line to other Bank 1388 1 Due to State Banks and Bankers 5 H Individual deposits subject to check 4lfil 14 Certified checks i Total STATEOFKENTOCKYCOUXTYOFGARRARDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge nod belief S C CashierSubscribedday of Mch 1VW1 R KISNAIKD Notary Public Commission expires 10th 1901 CORRECT Attest A R DENNY WM HKINNAIRD J Directors STORM ES KY MCH2 I secure 111 I fir lo EY n Totn u lie lt J J have OFTtE t 793 73 Honda Stain 57 08 E 5 NEW SPRING STYLES NEW Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Are Arriving Daily See our Merchant Tailoring Samples H T LOGANT- he One Price Cash Clothier and Furnisher 00Ir I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I I I IIi I J OIOI IIOOO j f OOCOO 2 3 I H l BAD BLOOD HAD COMPLEXION The skin is the seat of an almost end less variety of diseases They are known by various names but are all due to the same cause acid and other poisons in the blood that irritate and the proper action of the skin a smooth soft skin free from ell eruptions the blood must be pure and healthy The many preparations arsenic and and the of face powders and lotions generally used in of diseases cover up for a short time but cannot remove per manently the ugly blotches and the disfiguring pimples Eternal vlf Iaesoo Is the price of a beautiful complexion when such remedies are relied on Mr HI T Shobe 2704 Lucas Avenue St Louis with a disfiguring on her which resisted all treatment She was taken to two celebrated health springs but received no hens She is seventeen not a sign of the embarrassing disease has ever S S is a positive unfailing cure for the worst forms troubles It the of all blood purifiers and the guaranteed Bad complexions purifies rates old and makes new rich blood that nourishes the body and keeps the kin active and healthy and condition to perform its part towards carrying off the from body If you have Eczema Tetter Acne Salt Rheum Psoriasis or your skin is rough nnf THVM1 and and write our about case No charge for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YEAS IN ADTAKCB JflOO Six MONTHS 5C THREE 35 THURSDAY MARCH 7 1901 THE following taken from the Journal is the most sensible nonpartisan and timely talk on the situation in Kentucky that we have had the pleasure of reading in many a day The Journal says The crying need of Kentucky today is a Legislature composed of capable men of affairs who not only know the needs of the hour but have the courage and ability to repeal amend modify and pass laws that will meet the of a progressive people in a age We have rounded up a century of existence We are no long er young and able to go ahead of our laws The prosperity and future of our State depends upon the en actment of wholesome and hslpful laws and the repeal of such as retard our progress All laws are founded upon human experience In laws we draw upon our own as well as make deductions from the history of other States Any State that lives entirely in the past and prides itself alone on the history it has made and lives not up to the present and reaches not out into the future is not will not and cannot be a progressive one Kentucky is not up to the times Kentucky not a progressive State Kentucky lives tco much in the past Kentuckys laws are too old for the present century No new and progressive State copies Ken tnckys laws Some of Kentuckys laws bear the marks of hysterical and implacable politics To meet the of the times we must have lawmodifiers and lawrepeal ers in convocation for the general who are equal to the require ments of the hour Our should not only be familiar with the history of all progressive made by the States in the past but men of good knowledge of the principles of law ENTERPRISING citizens of have organized for the purpose of connecting neighboring towns with lines of electric railways The scheme will be pushed to an early completion and the Lexington papers seem to think that by the end of the year of the lines will be in operation It is only a matter of a very short time when all of Central Kentucky will be linked together in this The smaller towns claim it will be a disadvantage to them but this remains to be seen Of course some trade will be taken away but the question is will the scheme not bring enough advantages in other ways to more than offset what is lost by the shifting of the retail trade LEXINGTON capitalists have at last awakened to the fact that they should go into their jeans if they want that pretty city to thrive The tion of prominent citizens over there for the purpose of constructing is a step which should be applauded by every true We have the best state on the map and if her monied citizens will only use a little of their means toward her development we will quickly forge ahead and show our heels to the now laughing sister states of the North NOT long since at a social function given in a town in South America we believe twb gentlemen were admiring the handsome gowns of the ladies when one referred to a dress cut lete as a rainy day skirt cut off at the wrong end Gentleman No 2 seemed to be struck by the son and asked if it were original Note I think it is a Mo daughter was afflicted for face fit Many medicines prescribed but with out result until we decided to try S and the time the first bottle as began to disappear A dozen bottles her her skin perfectly now ears returned- S IS onlyone igo r 1D and pimply send for book on phYS- Icians whatever JtSRM8 Somerset requirements progressive greatness formulating experience demands lawmakers welfare representatives movements Lexington several manner interurban Kentuckian com pari 4 v j 12 i were tioncure to organs railroads dec t replied Nol 4r1 r za ol CJmoaiison made by the festive Miss Tattler of the Louisville Times IN a lecture to young men a well known millionaire advises a man of a job and reduced to 25 to spend the whole amount in a new suit of clothes a shave and haircut as a to asking a position The trouble is that the average young man of today thinks when he has twenty five dollars in his pocket that he is rich and will never have to work any WHILE in Louisville recently a Mt Olivet man found a 50 bill and pock sting tho same made hot haste for home to tell his neighbors of the luck This was all right but if the hayseeds were to go home and tell of all the fif ties lost while in the city there would be enough sand raised to build a turnpike THE Louisville Times spread out over a number of extra pages Satur day The Times is very popular in this section as it is uptodate pro gressive and best of all reliable All honor to its hustling and gentlemanly manager Bob Brown THE consolidation of the tin can manufacturers of the country with a capital of several millions of dollars has been effected With this amount of money at their backs they should have no trouble finding the coin with which to rush the can IT is said more politicians were in Washington to see the inauguration than have been there on recent occasions As all the offices are tilled it is hard to account for this OUR good friend John Barry has made the New Haven Echo into an all home print paper We him upon the good fortune he is meeting with BRYANTS VILLE Sara Burnside col died last and was buried in the old family burying grounds The Christian Aid Society will meet with Mrs Ilaselden on Saturday at two oclock Rev Robinson filled his regular ap pointment Sunday evening at the Methodist church Rev Walden delivered an discourse to a large congregation at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr Will Fain had his residence burned on last Sunday Everything was destroyed except their beds Those knowing themselves indebted to Mrs Haselden will please call and settle as I will go to the city about the 16th Mrs George the Mt Hebron vicinity died last week and was buried at Mt Hebron Her son had just from thePhilippines but not in time to see his mother she died Mr Sweeney of Jeffersonville Ind has been here the past week on Mr and Mrs Crutchfield have moved to this vicinity and will occupy the old Poor place Mr John Bryant and family spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Anderson Mr and Mrs C M Jennings and Miss Maggie Jennings spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs B F Jennings Mrs Sagracy visited friends here Sunday Mrs Nannie Ballard and little daughters of Lancaster is spending a few days with her sister MrsJX Dunn Mrs Woodward of Jessamine is the guest of Mrs Easley Eat a Whole Cabbage if you want to It wont hurt you People used to think cabbage hung heavy in their stomachs After each meal no matter what you eat take a dose of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin You will never suffer from Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Troubles McRoberts drug your wife is perfectly sure that a missing article isnot in a place that is the best place to look for it Mrs C E VanDeusen of Kilbourne Wis was afflicted with stomach and constipation for a long time She says I Mara tried many but none have done me tbe good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These Tablets are for sale atMcRoberts drug store Pjice25c Samples free COFFEE CHASE SANBOM C F BLAEE CO SOLE AGENTS out more similar congratulate Monday evening interesting Shearrow of before business Constipation storeWhen certain trouble preparations Jf Jf Jf i lB M BALL U flII w preliminary returned I I i PKEACHERSVILLE Pate Parish bought a milk cow for 27 Farmers have their work well ad vancedB ford sold 20 hogs to S Mor gan for 4ic Brown Cress sold a lot of hogs last week to J L McCarley Robert Roltzclaw bought some nice hogs from Jack Turpin for 4c A J Thompson bought about 75 hogs in Rockcostle county which he is head J L Hutchins bought 15 steer calves from C P Garner of Pulaski for 10 per head F F Cummins and wife spent with their brother and sister Mr and Mrs J F Cummins at Stanford Mr Wilson of Bell county has been spending a few days with Rev Hutchins He is looking for a farm to buy Mr Samp Cummins has returned home from Williamsburg where he has been at work this Mrs Payne has been visiting her children at Rowland for a few days Mr and Mrs Chas Spoonamore went over to Stanford Friday on Mr and Mrs Boles visited Rev Hobbs and family Friday Miss Renda Pettus is at Breadhead having her eyes treated by Dr Burdett Mr Miss Bettie Hendrickson of Broadhead is visiting Mrs Bettie Rigsby TEATERSVILLE Mrs Lucy Sebastain wife of J J Se bastain died Monday morning- A pretty little girl made her at the home of Mr Curtis on Washingtons birthday Mr Alex Walker has rented of Miss Susie Sandidge her barn lot and a poi tion of the barn for feeding cattle grass comes He has recently 200 barrels of corn at 200 per barrelOur village liar undergone some re cent improvements The most con spicuous is the large shop which was recently completed by Mr Tartar He is a tine workman and gives general satisfaction in his line Those who desire to be so kind as to contribute news for Teatersville cor respondence can do so by leaving items at Mr Will Simpsons store by Satur days They will be greatly by the correspondent The select school taught here is pro gressing nicely with fourteen pupils in attendance It will close in May with appropriate exercises Two priz es are offered one for most improve ment in penmanship the other in scholarship The society folks attended a social given at Mr Joe Rays complimentary to Mr Walter Payne who entered college at Kirksville on Monday The sick are convalescing no new cas es of la grippe or pneumonia Mr Alex Sympson we are glad to say is improving Miss Maggie Sandidge was entertained at the hospitable home of Miss Sanders at Stone on last Saturday and Sunday Mr Burton has returned from a days business trip in Danville Mr L Brown made a brief trip to Vista Miss Annie Austin spent several days with her friend Miss Sandidge Miss Hattie Bogie left on Friday for a weeks visit to in Lexington and Harrodsburg Miss Alice Sadler has accepted a position in a private sanitarium at Beech hurst near Louisville She is quite a deserving young lady and her many friends wish her success that she is sure to attain Mr and Mrs Sam Cotton and the latters aunt Mrs Moberley have been visiting relatives Mr Timothy Logan is visiting in Illinois Mr Harvey Archio Dean Bradshaw accompanied him Mr Pherigo will probably reside there and Mr Brad shaw will attend school Miss Susie Sandidge is spending a few days with her mother Mrs Dunn in Lincoln Co J P Wearen made a business trip to Richmond court Monday Mrs Hiram Ray Mr and Mrs Willie Ray visited Mr and Mrs Forrest Curtis Sunday Miss Mary L Hill of Law renceburg is visiting her Mr and Mrs Jas Simpson this week Mr Pennington of Cartersyille has been looking for a farm in this vicin ityThree energetic boys of this vicinity started for Semore Ind last Monday where they hope to find employment Messrs Frank and Henry Lawson started for Indiana last Thursday with wagon and team also Mack and Wm Furr started the same day with a wagon and two teams for near Clover dale Indiana where they will reside Rev Harvey McDowell is visiting Mr Wm Lusk and sisters this week Mr Jack Chinn of Harrodsburg has been visiting the Walkerfbrothers for several days Mr Thos Lawson- is very low at this writing An Honest Medicine for Grippe George W Waitt of South Gardiner Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy only thing that has done any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grip have all left me I the manufacturers of a medicine For sale by R E Mo Roberts j a I feeding yearling Saturday C winter business appearance until purchased appreciated Richard several Bue- na Susie relatives at Rouud Hill Pherigo and grandparents La is congratulate honest t r 1 f W Pike and FLAT VOODS tfie w r t tS f TAINT LICK The good ladies of Tabor church have got about money enough made up to build the parsonage Sam Joseph of the firm of R L and Co was here a day or two helping to invoice their stock of goods Mrs C B Engleman made her uncle Armp Adams who has been in bad health for some time a present ot a nice reclining chair Our school under the management of Miss Amanda Anderson is flourish ing Ethel Woods received the high est general average the first month Mr W G Thompson our cleyershoe maker has invented a linement that will cure tooth ache head ache rheu matism lumbago in five minutes he has applied for a patent and will have it on the market in a short time Thursday morning George Slavin and Fin Davis were joking each other Fin got mad and struck George on the head with a poker cutting a gath about three inches long blood flowed freely but fortunately George was not seriously hurt Mrs Pattie Henderson widow of Mr Crutch Henderson was found dead in her bed Friday morning ter got up and made a tire and went about her household duties she went to the bed to see why her mother was not getting up and found her breath inK her last She leaves two daugh ters to mourn her loss her remains were placed to rest in the family bu rying grounds The two bereaved daughters have the sympathy of the entire community Will Tudor of Grays was here on a visit Sunday Miss Jennie Totten of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Mason Pullins Miss Mamie Rayburn of Lexington is the guest of Misses Campbell Misses Addie and Mattie McWhorter of Crab Onhard are the guests of Mrs K idiplisses Rebecca and A i liams entertained the you j tuff in royal style Tuesday night Misses Sophronia Mary Lynn Fox id Jen nie Newell visited tle school iunday to the delight of the pupil Miss Sophronia recited the Rugless Dinner party after which the school gave a rising vote of thanks to Miss Fox MARKSBUIIY Robert Fox sold a few days ago two calves for 60 Robert Rout sold a bunch of shoats to Victor Lear at 4ic Mr M G Aldridges barn was blown down Sunday during the high wind Mr and Mrs Richard McGrath have gone to housekeeping on the farm recently purchased by Mrs H E Har lan Messrs H D Aldridge C A Arnold and James Yeager have sold their sheep to parties for 350 to 5 pi r head Scarcity of grass was the cause of those docile animals changing handsSunday afternoon during the high wind Mr T I Herrings woods was found to be on tire The neighbors soon gathered and succeeded in extin guished the fire but not before it had destroyed about 250 pannels of fence The loss would have been greater if it had not been discovered when it was Mr and Mrs J S Johnson of Lan spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J B Kemper Mrs H D Aldridge is spending several weeks with her daughter Mrs J H Durham at Coal port Rev A J Copass of Louisville spent a few days last week with his brother Rev B A Copass Miss Le na Pope of Boyle spent Thursday with J C Eubanks of Hubble spent Sunday with their father Nixon Perkins Mr John Bryant and family of Bry antsvilIe spent Sunday with Mrs M L Anderson Miss Jennie Shumat of Lancaster spent from Friday till Monday with Mrs M L Anderson Miss Lynnie Moss of Lancaster is spending a few days with Miss Mary Durham BETTIS Sunday was such a windy day that it swept hay stacks fodder straw ricks etc away Mrs Mary L Swope will commence a at Pleasant Hill school house on new Danville pike the first Monday in April Mat Leak and George Aldridge were out the farm Sunday and concluded they would set down by a hay stack to rest while they were there it fell and covered them fifteen feet in depth Friday while out hunting eggs Mrs Jim Bourne was so unfortunate as to stick a rusty nail in her foot an inch deep which is causing her much pain and which her friends fear will prove fatal Sunday about noon it discovered that the house of Mr E Dunn was on fire It caught from sparks flying from the grate but was found in time to save house No damage was done except one side of the roof was burned We are glad to say that Mr Miller is out again after a three weeks illness Mrs T M Arnold visited Mrs Am Bourne Tuesday Little Miss Mae of Lancaster visited her cousin Effle White Sunday Miss Aggie Bourne is at the bedside of her sisterinlaw who critically ill Miss Llllie Austin is visiting her cousin Miss Eliza Underwood at Parksville Headache often from a dis orded condition of the stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these dis orders and cure the headache Sold iyB E McRoberts druggise Dl t Herdaugh A B H nice casters Mrs Sallie Fox Mr and Mrs selectschool on Mos Ella IS results Jennings tt was Ball e v heMtdhi t ti Begins in growing between the plantation by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for buys much more than a cents worth of strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there In a lilt of articles each package In which the List Is found the purchaser has bought a of some article to be selected by or from the List subject only to the condition that the on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY v tf7 then Iand the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the qualityspoiled than qualityand a Trt11j k ARUCKUSRoasId signature hired man so he can milk and feed tJ stock and light the kithen fireth n and grinds the coffee mill and bangs the pots and lids around the stove just tit to kill And when she puts the mush pan on and sets the table chairs she stands down at the kitchen door and calls to me up stairs Now Bob just you get up at once and dress and hurry down Theres lots to do this morning for pas going to town Twont do to lie abed such times obedience is best and so I rummage in the dark and pretty soon Im drest and when I get down stairs theres pa a stormin round the place because the water aint got hot for him to shave his face And ma she sets me to loggia wood sis she comes down aint no use your being cross Youd Then pa he cuts an awful gash and says serves him right There aint no sense in trying for to shave by candle light And pa he swears and kicks the cat and ma she busies round and gets some spiders web and stuff and plasters up the wound and then the mush it goes and burns cause no ones watching it and ma she grabs it off the stove just like she had a fit Good gracious Kate I sspose youd stand and watch the house burn down It does seem like youd help a bit when pa goes to town Pa hurries through his breakfast cause there aint much to spare and growls because the coffees weak as cross as any bear Sis says she isnt hungry ma she sniffs and stirs her cup and Jerry he comes in and says pad better hurry up And when theyre gone I sneak away out to the barn and crawl into the mow and bur row down way over nigh the walhand there I lie and sleep and sleep till din roun gee homesa mighty restful place when pas gone to town Ex When you are bilious use those fa mous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers to cleanse the liv er and bowels They never gripe F A woman can throw a stone with a curve that would make the forts n3 of a professional base ball pitcher See that you get the original Dr Witts Witch Hazel Salve when ycu ask for it The genuine is a certain cure for piles sores and skin diseases F P Frisbie The horse that is scratched before the race isnt necessarily afflicted with a cutaneous disease Nervous children are almost always children The outdoorboy is seldom nervous Whites Cream Ver mifuge is the best preventive of ner vousness It strengthens the system assists to that sort of flesh which creates strength and power of endur once Price 25 cents C CT E Pa Goes to Tows boutthree saysindignant awaytheIll nercomes P Frlsbie I and Storm Then 5 a thin i Going If so you secure nany advants s jj t jj via Orcicnati the Queen Sc Cre and Southern Ry trains every rant of tha Central South c hour scheiao Gricinnati t and New Orleans 9 liouri to Chattanooga S hours to Shrevo ort johturitoPortT npu Observation pu Ic o i Eirs fr e n clssirs TUroe Blue Grass NURSERIESSpring FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES SHRUBS ROSES Grapes Small Fruits Asparagias Rhubarb and everything for Lawn and Garden Prices right as we pay no agents but s 11 direct to the planter General Nuu sery and Strawberry catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky nv minim I have just invented and procured a new method You only have to ma ke One Trip to have have your teeth mcl your permanent teeth fitted Guar anteed that you wont have to m ake but one trip and that one when you have your teeth extracted All ne ces sary measures are taken and your gums are perfectly shrunl ten your teeth are made and sent to ou 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 Ilobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night Kefrence Richmond I I In cent Route I tan Jcl q din1b tJ Our t roM n tc 10 Wh1 Il P A ClrlcnntJ1 Jr Vq ra extracted after Na- tiOnal 1 J outi k b penetrate h g- iii sfa puannstock In porantSoat midi hIr i ryz t uanatsrerorMl-wr ii gala we- I writecq5suli w alaicri Orchard i Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or It is the latest approach It in stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand- all other results of imperfect PrlceSOc and SI size contains ZYt small size Book all aboutdyspepsia mailedrrea Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Chicago 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 tate 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 HEIHJDOX tf Assignee UHnter tourist tickets FLORIDA NEW ORLEANS CUBA AND TO ALL SOUTHERN TOURIST RESORTS ART NOW ON SALE AT REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS KodolDyspepsia ant and tonic No other preparatIon- can Large times TO ON THE Ia Only 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and New Orleans Cafe Parlor and Ob servation Cars Free reclining Chair Cars trains Through Pull mans Cincinnati to Chattanooga Knox ville Asheville Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville New Orleans Tampa Direct connections Tampa and Miami at Steamers Wharf for Key West Nassau and Havana Handsome printed matter sent free to inquirers Buy Your Cicfccfe Via the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry A traveler of wide experience When to enhance the pleasure of the trip by going over the Queen Crescent tions Cincinnati Skillful attendants look to your com fort your meals a la carte are not sur the best hotels your rest is unbroken on the smooth rock ballasted roadway You are not annoyed by change cars Fatigue some the finest natural scenery in America W J MURPHY W C RINCARSON Oenl Manager QenlPaMr Ac u superbvestibuled rl at Port r CIJmAn Birmingham S oute eonnec r4m- r SISTJSIRS Have added a line of PARISIAN PERFUMES and TOILET GOODS to their stock ot and kindly ask the ladies to call and see what they have and te t the quality of the goods We are now in a position to supply your every want in the way of Finest Perfumes Creams for the Toilet Dentrifices Complexion Powders Etc ry NO L Y r 1 I MILLINERY CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MARCH 7 1901 Miss AltieMarksbury has been quite Ill this week Mr Gene Mock of Boyle was in town Sunday Miss Katie Hood is visiting her aunt Hiss Emma Hood Mrs Bettie is visiting Mn W G Dunlap in Lexington Mr F P Frisbie was in Louisvilli the first of the week on business Miss Hare of Jessamine is visiting her sister Mrs W McC Johnston Miss Pattie Burnside of Barbour yule is the guest of Miss Mary Gill Mrs John E Stormes who has been ill for some days is much improved Mr Miller of Winchester has been visiting his friend Prof Tom lamp ton Mr Alex Bastin of Lincoln county has been his brother in this city Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson entertained at cards Saturday Miss Alberta Anderson has return ed from a visit to relatives in King ston Ky Mr and Mrs Jesse Sweeney the crokinole club evening N Misses Maude Best and Bettie nold spent Saturday and Sunday in Danville Mrs R A Burnside has been visiting her daughter Mrs W H Lackey of McCreary Dr J L McKee returned from Ohio last week and filled his pulpit iu this city Sunday Miss Maude Best of Lincoln is vis iting her cousins Misses Hattie ana Bettie Arnold Mrs Ross Burnside of Barbourville is visiting her parents Squire Kin naird and wife Mr Joe Faulconer accompanied Mrs Henry Faulconer to Hillsboro Ohio for a days visit Mr J S Haselden of Danville a few days this week mingling with old friends Mr R E Hail of Stanford thin meeting of the junior crokinole club Friday evening Mrs Banks Hudson leaves this week for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Kennedy in Lexington Miss Dove Harris leaves this week for the city to purchase millinery 1 goods for her new store Miss Louise Kauffman and Mr tShackleford of Richmond spent Fri day with Mrs Emma Kauffman Misses Grace Kinnnird and Mary Gill enjoyed a visit of several days to their friend Miss Riker of Harrods burg The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club has been invited to meet with Miss Elisa Lusk next Tuesday after noonMr Todd Scott is at home from months visit to Missouri His daughter Miss Lucy is much improv ed in health We have just opened up a Big Shipment of PETERS SHOE COS DIAMOND BRAND And we want you to come in and took them over All the latest styles at Bed Rock Prices Well make at to your interest to buy your shoes now while the is complete We offer you the biggest value you ever gotfor your money any where Come in andsee for s IJl r B 1 ooo Landram 1 evening entertained Thursda Art attended r several HOES assortment yourself War i t 0000000000000000oooootT A o000ooooor i visiting i i 1 1 where I 1 1 1I 1 I rl of in a on a a Mr and Mrs James Henry left Wed nesday for their home in Eldorado Ark They were accompanied byMiss Florence Harris who will make sever al mouths visit to relatives Somerset Journal Mr Will Pet tus of Garrard made a short visit to his father coming to our city Wednes day and eturning on Friday Mrs Mote Scott was in town a day or so since and told THE RECORD that the report out that she was dangerously ill was without foundation Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith leave tomorrow for Louisville Cincinnati and Indianapolis to attend the spring openings and purchase new goods The many Lancaster friends of Ashbrook Frank will be delighted to hear of his improvement in health He was able to go back to his work in LOUIsville last week Danville News Misses Carne Cur rey and Francis Collier ot Lancaster were in town Thursday shopping While in the city they were the guests Mr and Mrs Fishier Gaines The junior crokinole club was by Miss Fanny Henry Friday night Misses Henry Mary Arnold and Messrs Charlie Collier and West tied for tle prize Judge M D Hughes says the report that Mr and Mrs ISToland will reside Tennessee is untrue They have arrived in Spokane Washington had delightful trip and are hapily 1 tested in that city Big Injun Rothwell was down from Dripping Springs Saturday and says they will run the pleasant jesort much larger scale this season You cant find a clever mnn than Injun Better ones dont gro w The editors table was adorned with a boquet of lovely ft wers a day or so since sent in by the Lancaster florist Mr Heberling He has a lovely lot of flowers in bloom and is prepared to furnish anything in his line on short et notice Richmond Climax Messrs John C Burnside and W B Burton of Lan caster were here Fri lay Mr Tom Hampton of Lancaster was the guest of Mr Robert Little Friday Mrs R P Fox Jr and daughter Louise are expected home Saturday Iron Texas where they have spent the winter In remitting another years subscrip tion to TIlE RECORD Miss Allie B Brown says As lung as you publish paper you can count on me as a I look for it with great week Miss Brown is and stenographer for the Xa tional Iron and Coal Co at Straight Creels Kjv Danville Geo Jean has accepted a temporary appointment as resident physician and surgeon at the United States Military Academy West Point tfYMr Haselden the harness maker has out his business in town and is in Garnird on recreation trip On his return he will make saddles exclusively at his home in the country Their effects make DeWitts Little Early Risers most popular little pills where ever they are known They are sim ply perfect for liver and bowel troub les Frisbie It is hard to decide whether the coal dealer or grocer is entitled to the light weight championship of Amer ica The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure For all throat and lung this is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results consumption F P Frisbie When a man once thoroughly the ins and outs of horse ra cing he is very seldom seen at the track Wlien pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes There are plain tires cushion tires and pneumatic tires but the most common bicycle tire is the one acquir ed by riding it Counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve arc liable to cause blood poisoning Leave alone The original has the name DeWitts upon the box and wrapper It is a harmless and healing salve for skin diseases Unequalled for piles F P Frisbie When a policeman marries he soon begins to wonder where he can hide his club so that his wife cant find it Prof Ivison of Lonaconing Md fered terribly from neuralgia of the stomach and indigestion for thirteen years and after the doctors failed to cured him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and after taking a few bottles of it he says It has cured me entirely I cant say too much for Kodol Dyspersia Cure It digest what you eat FP Friable t uf I I sent subscriber each bookkeeper AdvocateDr closed promptness and their F P troubles Prevents understands them i i j I p I entertained Charlie interest I t is bt m ha our Ov erflow Local Business For Sale Ha ing made arrangements to en gaje in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise stor house and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one C C Becker tf Bryantsville Good Fits I will have an experienced man to j ttake measures for suits this season lEUts and quality guaranteed Prices as low as the lowest Several hundred oiaples from three of the best tailor houses in America See me before M D Hughes Reduced to California Q C Special reduced rates to California CUi C great opportunity to visit the Bucific Coast Quick schedules and excellent train service Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address W IJRinearson G P A Cincinnati for particulars tilap30 Tflilnlt About Tills Werure here to stay All we have Itocated in Lancaster With this tfiug the case can we afford to give a am a rough shave or bunglesome ircut Certainly not Come to and get the best work to be liar Henry Duncan the old reliable bar bei tf tire Queen Crescent Route If you are going North or South el egtnt trains quick time All Q C trains connect in Central Union Cincinnati with trains for all points north East and West Any Q C Ticket Agent will give you information time tables rates etc or address W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Al G Field Conning The best is saved for the last of the season No joke about standing room only This famous company with its excellent band and its many renowned comedians will be at the Garrard Opera House on March 22nd The original Jake Welby and other stars in the burnt cork firmament with high class artists will make the evening the most enjoyable of the season 2t Resolutions of Sympathy WHEREAS our brother W S Beaz ley has had the misfortune of losing by death his eldest born be it RESOLVED that this lodge tender to him and his family our tenderest and most sincere sympathy in their bereavement and a copy of this be sent the family and in the CENTRAL RECORD and spread at large on the records of this lodge Lewis L Walker G B Swine broad R II Tomlinson Committee Graded School Entertainment The Graded School will have a in Elocution and Music in the Opera House Friday March 15 will detirmine who will represent the Graded School in the Blue Grass Tournament which meets here in May A small fee will be charged for admission to said contest and as the proceeds of the contests will be used in putting the various rooms of the Graded School building in splendid re pailS for the inspection of visitors all should patronize the contest The program will appear in next issue of THE RECORD quo Vadls Manager Veatch of the Opera House writes Trig RECORD that he has secured a date for E J Carpenters elaborate production of This is as our readers are aware an entertainment of more than usual importance and one of the largest audiences ever assembled in the Danville Opera House will witness the performance The date is Monday March 11 The company is an large and wellselected one and they only play in a few Kentucky cities Write to C T Veach manager at Danville and secure seats now Funny Aint It It is a littlefunny that some of the business men of Georgetown who dont believe in advertising will occupy the most of the sidewalk in exposing their wares to the public gaze Georgetown Times No they would rather let people passing by take the chances on over or breaking their shins against their wares lying around in the way than pay out a for advertising That is the way it is over this way Har rodsburg Democrat Youll find a few of this Cheap John variety in every town They are the gang who tell their customers they get the benefit of the saving made by not advertising in the Make em pay for the use of the sidewalks Didnt Try lib Own OTedlclne Among the many amusing escapes from the Phoenix hotel fire in is one related by a drummer The knight of the grip says after he had reached the pavement he heard cries for help and looking up he saw a man dangling from a third story window By earnest entreaties be persuaded the fellow to retain his hold until a could be brought In the mean time the cries to the crowd were pitiful indeed On being safely landed he thanked the in loud woras and throwing his arms about him said God bless you my brother you have saved my life I work for the Lord What is your business The drummer informed him that he traveled for a whisky house in Cincinnati That didnt seem to prejudice him and he give the drummer a card bearing his name and the words Look to Jesus When lost read Romans 10913 When about to meet death read When dying read Ps 234 and under all circumstances read Hebrews 12 1 N e I 04 Guaranteed Ibnying Eater de snop de Station resolution published Quo Vadis unusually papers Lexington drummer I It g t1 ling S Take C together contest ladder Cor15 Kind Words for The Record We doff our tile to Bro Campbell of the Somerset Journal for the follow incr kind words The Lancaster RECORD does us the distinguished honor of reproduc our comments upon the need of Kentucky under its own chos caption of Good Things from Editor Landram is the only man living who is known to have the ability and temper to run a newspaper to the eminent of both sides during the days of political strife through which we have now happily passed He is a remarkable genius who comes to saying what he pleases upon any all subjects save politics than any editor in the State Closing of Colored School The closing exorcises of the Public School for Colored People will begin Wednesday eve March 20th at the court house Tho exercises will con sist of recitations songs etc by the pupils of the lower grades It is hoped the people will manifest their interest in the school by being present There is a small indebtedness hanging over the district and just one more sift will enable us to reach the shore On ly ten cents admission will be charged The exercises for the other grades will take place on the evening of the 21st at the court house promptly at 8 oclock Admission to this 35 cents Jas A White A Hustling ITIIiilNter Rev A Pettiford pastor of the colored Methodist church believes in working for the churchs interest in every way The building was re cently completed but the committee did not have enough funds to supply seats Tho minister hustled around and got enough money to buy the rough lumber at the saw mill He then dressed the planks sawed them to proper length hauled them to town and is now busy making the pews If everybody or even a small per centof the congregations today would work like this the churches would not have to fall back on the supper and grab bag policy of raising funds every few months Says Somerset Must Win It The Blue Grass Graded School for this year will meet at Lancaster May 2325 The list of contests and prizes have been and published from the press of the Lancaster RECOKD The prizes are usually attractive and many of them contributed by the merchants and professional men of Lancaster We know enough of the hospitable spirit of Lancaster people to predict with confidence the royal entertainment of the contestants and visitors by the citizens who have assumed that duty Editor Louis Landrams Gold Medal prize for contest in reading grammer grade must come to Somerset and the picture of the winner go into the Journal then we will be happy Somerset Journal A Fine Trip Mrs Daisy Fithugh Ayres well known socially and journalistically throughout the State brightly iden titled for many years with the Leader and a traveler of wide projects setting sail on July 2d for a Mediterranean and European tourto cover eighty days and to include an amount of pleasure She will be by a merry company of friends from various parts of the state who will travel in firstclass on land and sea and be at the least expense of any similar party of the year The itinerary beginning at Gibraltar and ending at Glasgow embraces all the principal countries and points of interest of both the and Great Britain with Alpine and Vesuvian climbs trips through the Black Forest and all the and romantic things possible The City Council The City Council met Monday night the entire number being present The clerk read for the third time a to repeal that law prohibiting the setting up of a bowling alley in town On the votefive were in favor and one opposed to its repeal The ordinance as passed requires the pla ces to close at ten oclock at night fixes the license at ten dollars per year and requires the operators to keep the front windows open at all times On it was ordered that an arc light be placed on the Chute The marshal said such alight would be of great benefit to him in lo sting the evil doers The Electric Llgnt Co offered to place three lights in the city court room gratis which offer and a vote of thanks given On motion a vote of thanks was given Mr A II Bastin manager of the local telephone system for pla clng a phone in the city court room for the benefit of the Council Quite a number of small claims were pre rented and passed upon Josh BljJlPjgs on I kum to the conclusion lately that life was so oncertln that the only for me to get a fair chance with other folks was to get my life insured so I called on the agent of Garden Angel Life Insurance Company and the following questions which were put to me over the top of a pair of spectacles by 11 slick old fellow with a rough gray head on him as any ever owned Are you a male or female Had you a father or mother If so which Are subject to fits Ifso do have more than one at a time What is your precise Ovate Did you ever have anvances ters and if so how much Did you ever have a night mare Are married or are you a bachelor Have you ever committed suicide if so how it affect After answering the above like a man in affirm tive the slick little faE fellow with golden spectacles on said was life and would probably remain f a uu ling nonpartisan satisfaction very nearer j st local Tournament compiled Lexington experience comprehensive i m men s e accommodations delightful resolution tootle n wasa9Cepted Insurance way answered If so state how lung have been so for Iand retlred I accompanied continent you quo fight ins years sm11 3 ur ed f s e Stanton H Tharpe died suddenly in Madison county Smallpox broke out among the troops in China The Senate passed the bill 5000000 for the St Louis ExpositionAuto have proved unprofitable in Chicago and the company operating them will go out of business A 327000000 telephone trust which expects to gobble up all the lines in the country was formed in Pennsyl vaniaGov Beckham turnea down a for a pardon for E K Wilson the London lawyer convicted of causing the death of Mary Cloyd The United States force in China has been ordered to reduce to two companies Gen Chaffee will relieve iMacArthur n command in the Phil ippinesRoselyn II Ferrell the murderer of express messenger Lane played his guitar and sang just before being to the chamber where he was elec trocutedD Carman the American con tractor arrested for trading with ir says that whenever he made a dollar others made too The Judges of the Appellate Court named the following court to serve for two years James OConnell Sergeant James J Smith Deputy Sergeant B Leander Guffy Tipstaff Charles R Williams Assistant Tip staffJoe Noel was removed by the authorities from Nicholasville to Lexington Hjs examining trial will be before Cimmissioner Hill Noel shot Mark Spence a Government em ploye at High Bridge who died of his wounds Wm McKiniey of Ohio and Roosevelt of New York were inaugurated as President and Vice President Monday at Washington with elaborate ceremony A driving rain and hail soaked the crowd during the reading of the Presidents inaugu ral address The feature of the was the attention paid to the criticisms of the Governments new colonial The military was the feature of the parade The stomach controls the situation Those who are hearty and strong are those who can eat and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you eat and allows you to eat all the good food you want If you suffer from indigestion heartburn belching or any other stomach trouble this preparation cant help Hut do you good The most sensitive stomachs can take it F P Frisbe If a woman only knew her well before marriage as she does she would marry some other A Good Cough Medicine for Children I have no hesitancy in Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran a well known and popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough and it has always given perfect satisfaction It was to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by R E McRoberts drug gistIf you have children and wish to live in a flat the only thing left for you is to become a janitor The girl who wishes she had been born a boy will never make a good wife she will want to wear the trousers Agency la Oct 17 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill have used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with marked success I unhesitatingly recommend it to those suffering with Stomach Troub la or Constipation Its certainly a blessing to humanity You are at liberty to use my testimonsal Very respectfully F M Wilcoxson Mc Roberts drug store The bird on a womans bonnet cant sing but it makes her husband when he gets the bill for it Some people marry in haste and then pause to think it over Others think it over first and marry Kvmarkable Cure of lUieiimatimn From the Vindicator Rutherfordtou N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rheumatism in the shoulder from which he suffered pain for ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and en tire relief in very short time in rheumatism in thigh joint slings prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two tions rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by R E McRoo erts druggist Every man should carry a big lot of lfe insurance after he dies it will help his wife to marry again Dont let the hand of time paint wrinkles on your face Keep young by keeping the blood pure and the di gestive organs in a healthful condition Herbine will do this Health is youth disease and sickness brings old age Price 50 C C J E Stormes It is folly for a woman to puta spec delivery stamp on a letter and r0 II 0 II 0 0 000 IOU I petition I taken ent Filipinos otli ials Federal subsequently address licy digests husband- as afterward fellow recommended GentsI whistle thendont excruciating Second cents give it to her husband to mail r- Oo00doo0oood0oooo0oooo000oo000aoo GENE Rh NEWS allied appropriating money Theodore dominant recommencing a pilesP SL tai tiien t NEW w ALL PAPERS IL AT ICBOBEBTS Please Take Notice- As my creditors in the cities are crowding me it is absolutely necessary that I all thatis owing me immediately This is very so please Call at Once and Make a Settlment This is meant fog all that owe me and I trust my friends will respond to my appeal SALLIE D TI PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY Fins Cigars V Tofoannns Prescriptions accuratelyCnm Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT C 00001010000000000 000 OICO O 10 o uo Ii I I i important I I I I i LLETT i Leegg c 00 000 0 0 c 2 H o oo 0011000 0000 00 0000 C 2 Joeo CO 0 0000 0 ooo piI2t JE II9n 1olfr DANVILLEI9 l 6 rO jrOVO 0000P 4000P6OOOOOCOOOp00000 0000000 pound 3 V McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER 3vY S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extrncted without pain with Vitalized Air Office in the Bookout Buildlnsr Danville street oppo lie Presbyterian church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Ensineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F HUBBLE Attorney at law Real Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms NATIONAL BANK J SURPLU ito 00000 LANCASTER JLY A R DENNY President JNO E STORM KB Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JB R T EMBKY Asst Cashr DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A Jno K Btormes W HKinnaird R Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British 1 JOHN SQN V Z493 I THE CAPITAL l OFj5000000 Sam I D Cochran KINNAIRDINSURANCE ReDresentin Followin Merclantile lema LUe Ius Co of llatfQColl 5 V Book keepet C Robinson M allies0 DRUG STORE Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm containing S12 Ji acres I1 miles south ol Hryunts rifle There is a splendid Ustory dwelling coutuhiinjr ix rooms oil the coort barn ice house granary aid all ether necessary out IliilcliiiKs Xeverfailiiifi water at and plenty 01 stock water on the place The place is well suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to chnrches and good school Good reason for selling Wilt tan a smaller farm or other business in exchange 1IEXRV KUULMAXN 920 tf Bryantsville Ky For State Senate We are authorized to announce lion George T Farris as a candidate for reuominatiou r State Senator iu this district comprising ti u counties of Lincoln Boy leGarrard and Casey subject to the action of the Democratic party For Senator We are authorized to announce ns a candidate for the nomination of Senator for the Sth district subject to the action of the Democratic party T J Hood Office ores Blue Grass Grocery Richmond street All work done promptly and satlfact orily Charges reasonable ORGANIZED 1883 CITIZEN SATIOML BASE LAHOARTTJB TI Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOU 10000 BUSINESS sOLiCITED PromptAttention Guaranteed j M HieaiNBOTHAX Prealden- Lxwia Y LSAVKLL VIcePresIdent B F HUDSON Casblei W O BISMZT Assistant CD WAUCKB Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHIGGIHBOTHAM LEWIS Y IiXATBU T 21 ABNOLD B F HUDSOIT E Llllard b F Oartal and Cash r V i DETISfi JVALYaW Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in test possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUIRE 500 hogs wanted G A Swinebroad Willpay highest market price for 500 hogs G A Swinebroad See G A Swinebroad before selling your butcher stuff and hogs tf I want 500 hogs at once and will pay highest market price for same G A Swinebroad Wanted butcher stuff Best mar ket price paid G A Swinebroad G A Swinebroad sold a pair of mules for 175 and bought several lots of hogs at 450 to 485 Several good work mules 15 to 10 hands high for sale G A Swine broad tf At the Hereford sale held by Geo J Austey at Omaha Neb Feb 15th 47 head bulls and females averaged SUKXiK Joe D Swartz of Mt Sterling has a Jersey cow which averages two gal lons of milk daily which yields two pounds of butter From April 1st to Febrary 1st he sold 100 worth of milk and butter from this cow Autumn sown grain in England is apparently in good condition that country having had a fair amount of rainfall and no severe weather up to midwinter It is understood that the acreage under wheat is not especially large Argentine wheat crop now being marketed is the subject of much speculation Authorities differ in their estimates but it is agreed that tIle crop is perhaps a quarter less than year ago with 40 to 50 millions available for export to Europe Hogs are proving good money mak ers for famers this winter ever was there a time when swine were more popular as a quick money crop than now The west has been fortunately free from serious swine diseases and in spite of good country prices for corn the profits are on the right side A sale of feeders was 500 last week The cattle were hornless blacks breed not named and averag ed 800 pounds W Behrens Middle town Ills marketed on Wednesday a load of 1222 pound yearling at 585 The steers were strictly prime and topped the market stock with the exception of the Shorthorns that brought 0 Breeders Gazette Burgin Record Mercer county are engaging quite extensively in sheep raising Thomas Chatham north of Burgin informs us that he has seventy ewes with ninetyfive lambs all doing well lie reports that most of the farmers in his sec tion however are haYing a great deal of trouble with their lambs and that many of them are dying The farmers of Western Kentucky are to put a heavier crop of tobacco this year than for many years previous The mild weather of January has them the opportunity of preparing plant beds and the ground has been in splendid condition for seeding The satisfactory price of last years tobac co crop has been the incentive for the preparation for a large crop Cleanliness sunlight and pure air is natures preventive of disease Pro tect your fowls from the cold winds but dont cut them off from sunlight and pure air In constructing a hen liouse keep these cardinal pOints The healthiest poultry I have seen were those roosted in houses with high walls and well up abeve the droppingsDanville B Bright Cos jack sale yesterday was eminently successful in every particular There were 30 jacks sold at an average of 300 the highest bringing 715 There was a large crowd present a number of buyers from other states being in attendance tho bidding was very spirited at times The interest in the sale and the prices paid is an evidence of the improved condi tion of mule raising l madeat for such farmers given insight NewsT manifested Doctors and Midwives Recommend Mothers Friend because it is used externally in cases of the delicate situation of expectant It is a constant re robbing of its terrors Internal reme I WNiNiitM iN blessinginlie Sent by express paid SOLD BY ALT DRUGGISTS olitaincd a bottle of Mothers Friend drug who have used it agree their labor JOHN C FOLHILU linir sensiule advice nd testimonials TIlE BUAIiniiJLa UECUIiATOK CO Atlanta Co ThemctheroHhreedildrenhosuffered at my store her fourth confitement and was relIeved quickly All shorter and les painful Macon Ga on receipt Jwr liottlo Book Motherhood mailed free to bdies io reach before medicos was ofprice SI a A farmer drifted into a hardware store and was asked by the manager flout you want to buy a bicycle to ride around your farm Theyre aw ful cheap this spring can give you one for 30 Id sooner put 30 in a cow said the farmer But only think replied the manager how foolish you would look riding around your farm on a cow Oh i dont know said the farmer nomorc foolish perhaps than I would milking a bicy cle Strayed or stolen from my premises on Lexington street a black boar shoat weight about 7o pounds for return J A Beazley Every farmer should raise and train his own family horse otherwise he can never be sure his wife and are safe when hiving The only safe horse is one that has never done mischief The training should begin immediately after foaling and shout so managed that the colt shall nev er be frightened taking special pains to accustom him to unusual conditions so gradually that he shall never know that the conditions are unusual Thus trained tilt older the horse the safer until he becomes absolutely to external conditions INicholasville Journal The sac of Mrs Amanda Cassell yesterday drew a fair crowd The bidding was and very good prices realized onev erything sold Two mules brought 112 and 125 qhree cows 40 4025 and 44 50 two heifers 14 and 22 seven 75lb shoats sow 1450 hay 850 per ton The public sale of John W Scott new Glass Mill was well attended Two mares brought 50 and 04 cow 4025 heifer 3125 boar 10 sow 8 eight pigs 26 two buggies 10 and hams 12c sides 101 shoulders 9c lard 12c hay 10 a ton corn 225 per G W Lyne officiated as There is probably no disease or of the human system that caus es more suffering and distress than piles Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint ment cures them quickly without pain or detention from business Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes Do you want to raise a garden this year And do you want to raise a crop of early potatoes If you do when the sun shines out again it is time to prepare your ground and do your planting The way to do it we are told by an experienced gardner is to make trenches in the hard ground where you want your potatoes to grow Then put in yeur fertilizer cither commercial fertilizer or stable ma nure and cover the hills with coal ashes As the potatoes begin to come up fork up the ground between the rows and keep the hills covered to the tender shoots from the frost This will bring your potatoes thirty days earlier than the ordinary meth Are you nervous run down weak and dispirited Take a few doses of Herbine It will infuse new energy new life into the exhausted nerves the overworked brain or muscular system and put a new face on life and busines Price 50c C C J E Stormes There is one good thing about weeds they rarely interfere with the growth of orange blossoms on the same soil Like Oliver Twist children ask for more when given One Minute Cough Cure Mothers endorse it highly for croup It quickly cures ail coughs and colds and every throat and lung trouble It is a specific for grippe and asthma and has long been a well known remedy for whooping cough F P Fris bieA woman does not deplore the death of her first husband after she marries again but the second husband Often does You can help anyone whom you find suffering from inflamed throat trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc by advising the use of Coussens Honey of Tar the great remedy for coughs and colds Price 25 and 50 cts CC Stormes Reward children b indifferent spirited 590 Wednesday weanling 2 barrel auctioneer condition protect odEx widows laryngeal J E S You Get N the ProfitsI r S under our of Belling carriages bug k gies and harness you get the job ber and retailer are cut out By dealing directwith the manufacturer you pay only the cost of X making with a moderate profit added and you top choice from the biggest stock and assortment Our plan orI I I fullest Nel3iBuggy with leather quarter I I I Selling Carriages DirectInsures back Jf you are dtssnt Jsfied complete illustrated catalogue showing many grade robes THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE AND HARNESS CO Box 772 Columbus Ohio Isatisfactionyour horse with ptWD3 of each free and detp9i mailed I S P WORMSI n nmn n nnm WHITES VERMIFUCEHost Ia Quantlfr Best In Quality CREAM I For 20 Years HIS Led all Worm Remedies 1- 00XiX XfXT AXXI X ELTTGrGXfilX8 L JAMES F BALLARD St I Y Prepsrd by i LouisS HOW REGINALD WON Ill propose to her next Sunday sure Thats what Reginald had been saying to himself fornearlya year But somehow when the next Sunday came and he found himself standing by her at the piano singing Robin Ill Be True to Thee or some equal ly passionate ditty he felt like a guilty thing his heart failed him and he had not the courage to ask the important question There were many reasons for his Sometimes Dotlets the telegraph erator was there Then there was McSkim ming who kept the corner grocery and brought randy to her little brother didntknow how strong they were with her but he knew that they had made ardent pursuit as long as he had and that their presents to her had been more numerous and expensive than his Oh 1 dont know he would say to as he surveyed his own sartorial splen dor in the mirror They may be ahead of me on gifts but when it conies to style to conversational ability and a distingue air I guess the grocer and the keypounder are not exactly among those present Then the hesitating young man whose sal was raised to 15 a week at New Years and whose matrimonial plot had ever since kept him awake at night would again essay the fateful task of bringing on the crisis But things came to such a pass at last that no matter what night he called either Dot or McSkimmer were there ahead of him night the grocer who had never before had the assurance to sing in actually stood up Theres Only One Girl in This World for Me she rewarded him by saying VhyMrMcSkiinmingI had no idea you could sing with so much expression Reginald squirmed when he witnessed scene He was sitting darkly in a corner mechanically turning the pages of the fame ily Hible He did not applaud the with his hands but he was feebly repeating Very fine Very fine Very when his eye lit upon the of births and deaths in her family There it date of her birth and the an niversary only a week He saw his chance to bring discomfiture to his rivals neither of them he supposed was aware oi the approach of the eventful day He even abandoned the field to the grocer rather early that night All the way home his mind was running on feather boxes of gloves seal muffs manicure sets and the prices thereof for Reginald had already de to give her a birthday present which if not the only one she got would cer tainly be the most costly and the most The grocer and the telegraphoperator had already risen to the dizzy heights of fivepound boxes of candy silk umbrellas and lace handkerchiefs while thus far the noblest gift he had bestowed upon her hId been a Christmas edition of Lucille with this inscription May clouds enough be thine to make a glorious sunset The very next day he stretched his lunch hour till two oclock and in the neatly wrapped box which he stowed upon his high desk there was a seal cape lined with black quilted satin in which he confidently believed his fate lay snug He called on her that night and invited her to attend the show on the fololwing Saturday night He didnt refer to the fact that Saturday was to be her birthday and she seemed to forget it but she promised He had the seal cape with him when he called for her on Saturda evening and she town she was so coquettish so alluringly winsome that Reginald became eloquent and kept up a rather fine streak of all evening By the time the hero and heroine of the play saw all their troubles vanish in the last act he was rehearsing the very sentence with which he determined to seek his fate as soon as they should reach her door His attentions were so assiduoui that she seemed a bit and they were home in the street cars when life suddenly discovered that she had left her new seal the theater Back they hastened forgetting for thi time even the paramount issue that had been uppermost in his mind all evening Of course the theater was dark but an oblig ing young man in the box office turned on the electricity and they searched for the cape They didnt find it It hadnt been turned in by the ushers and so Reginald and the young lady were obliged to go home with theii hearts sad but unusually sympathetic Every time the seal cape was mentioned the tears came into her eyes and when he in timated that there were others to he had jvliere the first had come from she com manded him not to think of bu3ing another Then she said it wasnt the cape itself that made lier grieve but the fact that it hill been the gift of a very dear friend When she got that far Reginald was almost ready to suggest that he hpped to be some thing dearer even than a friend but her father opened the door just then and th phance was lost She called him up on the telephone the next morning and they arranged to meet at jioon and go to the theater again for the purpose of inquiring about the cape The manager sent a janitor with them to look for it und the cloakroom and office were ransacked in vain Then they went to lunch and were very confidential and amia ble for they both felt bereaved over the loss and they were sharing their first mutual sorrow Reginald was almost glad the cape had been lost It gave him a chance to ex change condolences with her and brought them closer together in every way That afternoon while he was at work over his ledger time theater people telephpned tq him They had found the cape He rushed down to the box office and got the treasure The usher who had found it had simply locked it up in his closet for safety over night and turned it in to the manager that afternoon As he wrapped the cape in a newspaper and rewarded the honest usher an inspiration came to him He went to n furrier and paid 50 cents for a brand new box and had the cape wrapped in tissue and packed into it Then he wrote the following letter My Eer Dearest Friend I could np bear to see you grieving over the little cape I gave you so I have bought you another near like it as I could find I send it by and hope you will accept it as a token of my undying love Yours till death REGINALD P S IH to down tonlght Dot and Mac will not REGGY Dotlets has agreed to be Reggys best man is serious ly thinking of dunning her father for the grocery bill even at the risk of losing their family Daily Record A Bnrcan Day Mamma Tommy do stop that noise If youll only be good Ill give you a penny Tommy No I want a nickel Mamma Why you little rascal you were quite satisfied to be good yesterday for a penny Tommy I know but that was a bargain day Levriston Journal i Toe rest case Tramp Will yer give me ten cents in de Ipterests of science Gentleman What will do with It Tramp A feller jest told me dat whiskj wuz rank poison an I want ter find put if its true X Y Journal Her An ver Oh I want youto marry me d ont you know said the exquisite to the plain girl Oh yes I no she responded and had to write it out for him so he could eet the full force of bar r U s I i 4 hesitation Reginald himself ar I Hegin lds presence andS lllg Actually song scrawledrecord wasthe off bo s t rmned beautiful proposing conversation flu trated capehis giftin frienda e I II paper bearer butMcSkimmingis hard hit and tradeChicago I I bpss I I I 1It 1 I leO y ts tliII halfway you j c t I T THE DIVINE SECRET 11 v lug for Other Instead of Self the Rent Secret of Human To most very youngpeople the of life resides in what they can get out of it for themselves but as they grow older and they experience the strains the disappointments and come even to the most favored the perspective shifts If they have the faculty of clear and straight vision they see that the meaning of life the secret of its wealth and power jnd glory consists in what they can do others Then the first question they ask is not How can I enjoy the most but How can I be the most helpful The transition front one mood to the other is something lute a conversion and a remaking of character It realty is religious though not always eon sciously so Some bereavement or dis illusion throws us back upon ourselves and we see the truth and after we have once seen it and accepted it we are never again quite the same The center of gravity of personal life has shifted away from ourselves to others or to God And strangely enough many a troubled man and ed woman has found when they made this the greatest any one can instead of being at the end of their happiness a new fountain of joy lists been unsealed in their own hearts Some of the hap piest people you know in whose eyes they have learned the Divine secret Boston Watchman Good Imk and III Luck If what is commonly termed good comes to you accept it with fortitude the one or the other Uev Dr Vos Lurjrh Bloloilrnmn In the Future The American Millionaire last act At last you are in my power Vt s terday I purchased all the PI your dismantled castle f In r with all your overdue note mlir ments against you You inr ts me now Jf you do not imply with my demands I shall or r fore closure proceedings at once ai crush you like a worm in the lust do as I demand and will not only your ragged past but will make you one of the richest and swellest docks now before the public The Duke trembling And what would you have me do The American Millionaire Marrj my only daughter The Duke desperately For the honor of my family name Ill do it Town Topics Public Sale of Stock Having sold my I will on Saturday March a 1301 at 10 oclock on the prom ises at Hiattsville sell to the highest bidder the following stonk 1 brood mare in fool to jack 1 2yearold geding by Knob Squirrel 1 nalr 2yr old mare mules 1 milk cows 9 yearling steers70 ewes end lambs I 1rood sows aunt 25 shoas1 thoroughbred Berkshire hoar Terms matte known on day of tilde JOltS S BAUGHMAX Cant I M Dunn auctioneer Executors Notice All persons knowing themselves indebted to John V Cook dec are requested to call the executors at the of Dr J B KInnaird Lancaster Ky and settle All persons having claims against said JohnV Cook will present them properly proved Win R Cook J A Robinson Executors Lancaster Ky March 6 1901 mch 74t To Whom it May Concern- We are using the Hancock Disc Plow sold by Gaines Bro and it the greatest and most plow ever used A labor time and money saver and is as far ahead of other plows as the Deer ing Binder is ahead of the cradle Dick McGrath Tom Walker Rice Benge Robt West Rod Swope Frank Parks BEST LINE TO ALL POINTS This Magnificient System 6892 Miles Offers Convenient Schedules Firstclass Roadbed Vestibuled Trains Only Line With Three Daily Trains between Louisville Lexington A Whedon City Passenger Agt 230 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky Tayloe Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky WE GUARANTEEDr Caldwells to cureany case Constipation Indigestion Sick or Trouble whw taken according to directions 1 liaiiitIie meaning disillusions discoveryabout makethat mornings gratitudenut no life can be planned iu yiew of son ape lIt I forget fArm die J KllIu8 rd pronounce economical we have RAILWAY SOUTH Shelbyville H I l I sa t sham OUTHERN m DR W B CALDWELL U after taking twothirds ofcent or one dollar bottle itB represented we will mad the PEPSIN SYlljP COMPANY fifty f I too 4 Administrators Notice All persons Indebted to the estate of tIeSunders nre hereby directed to pay indebtedness at once to me All person hdving claims ngiiinst the estate should them at once properly verified to me aC Stone or to my attorney William Herndon atLancaster COY S SANDEUS Adrnr Pcb 14 4t Agents Wanted FOR THE LIFE OF Col DAN RICE IS NOW READY It is the story of the most sensational and u nique career of the a veritable artesian well of wit and wisdom and rich with rare The money maker of the day Agents wanted MARIA WARD BROWN West End Long Branch 1ST J Purchased from WOQO oiHDOS S bO Produce Paying Crops and give the most satisfactory results Our Stocks are ths best and we carry the Icrjrest assortment of Seeds in the i contra Wgst Vegetable Field Qrcss Flower I Lawn Grass Seeds Seed Potatoes Onion Sets Grain and all the best Forage crops at moderate Our Mow Catalogue is a Dandy Its filled with information von need about descriptions owing and cultivtinpall crops it contains valuable articles each written by authorities on I each subject on Cow Peas Market Gar dening Forage Crops Fertilizers hun RUS Diseases Ittc Well mail it FREE provided you mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO j SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KY V aaxQO Hemp Wanted Will pay highest Gush Market Price for Hemp delivered at either Lancaster or n mj home near c Feb21 E 51 WEST present century reminiscences I SEEDS t and ieed i H l i f lath TL eir STATIONS LVLouisviiie s MII mi uuupi liSftain 8 I5ai Winchester 11 57 m 918pm OSOpm 923am705puiArWushington Philadelphia 1015 7 J5pm 4 UlOnn 9 OSpm STATIONS LvXewiork S OOami 500pm Philadelphia 10 20am J liipm 11 7 Vatn I lOjun 5 Winchester 7 S7am 4 38pm ArLexington 8 liami 5 10pm 7 OOainl 3oOpui ArLoulsville 11 OOnui SOOpm YorkDAILYFor sle pin car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWBARNEYn PA LEXINGTON KY EAZ lexi ton 8121m 5ropm S SCam VVES O TC j 7 isimii It thismm 2tiJpm aim LOCAL TIMETABLES Knights of P they Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed J W SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S f CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efct July 151900 Sauthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster li 15 AY Xorthbnd Mixed 335 p u- Northbnd Passgr 252 A x- Southbnd 1225 A a Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND 10 Daily except Sunday G09 n m Number Daily Stop i t nmNurnber4 Daily King 356 umNumber stops when Hugged 414 pui SOUTH BOUNP Number 1 wheuflaged Number Daily 11 W amNumber 9 Sunday 7 5mNumbers Midnight li5Siim you Are Going North you Going South If You Are Going East If you Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC umber ii rIm fla I If If Are 2 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R t 0 AND SO SCCUM The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum Rates Time and all tri3 be cheerfully furnished by P ATMORC o P A ttI other information i LoUIS oRates fly by PARKERS lBALSAM Gletues sail the hair Promote a g o DaDdroff and hirf4lli11g1I naveiantgrowth Pai1 Gray Blair to its Real Estate LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the pup se of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our Xervkts to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to v l Those who ha ve farmSj or other real estate they wish lo sell will please call at the law office of R L Davidson over Stonnes drug More and list their property for sale with us We will advertise it extrnively in the C EXTRA i RECORD also by handbills and business cards mind make no for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect 1 T Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages eleased etc without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your Idvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us No 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for a Doctor or Merchant and very convenient onestory frame house has four rooms hallway 3 verandas and a sum mer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid building site for a nice residence in a good neighborhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desireable location in every particular This property is cheap and will go quick No S Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster to item No 2 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in excellent neighborhood building site good and commanding Price low Terms to suit purchaser No 4v Farm QIC 52 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 20 acres of good tobacco or hemp land the rest is rich and productive Neverfailing water and fencing in good repair has been well treated r story box house 4 rooms and a poarch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouie 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 Acres 2j 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 t n grassStock water in abundanCESt fficient through out last yefirs 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 Nrx 6 Farm of 60 Acres in Rockcastle Co in the bottom Copper Creek just across the Garrard and Rockcastle line All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water i story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given after April ist 1901 Price within the reach of men of moderate means Wo 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda handsomely finished in side and conveniently constructed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 447 feet in depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good res idence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 8 Vacant Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 447 deep adjacent to house and lot in item No 7 Nice building cite for handsome residence No 9 Vacant Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep adjacent to lot in item No Nice residences are building all around this prop erty property in this location is always salable F or further particulars write to or call on R L ILaw Gilice over Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record office f J DAVIDSON 1 LANDRAM Agents l charge I Anew r I adjacent ifso Land If of Davidson 0 R S r 34 4 S T PARLORS- D E DAVIS Prop TcASTCASTER 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 eases KIDNEY CURE is a rULCI 0 Guaranteed Remed- yor money refunded Contains remedies by emi forIc t1 BOOV TO JV2A1JVKIND pII I DR TABlE S BUCKEYE PILE H ii CURE S New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTKRNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAV5 FAILED TUBES BY 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAM tirt 310 Kflftt Mall StTKt ST LOUIS m TOrfclMlES STORE 2 flWWD Sill RUG MAIL S