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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kit at Second Class MatterEJLVENTCI YEAR DOLLAR A YEAR ntnt trttf NllMBBu 50 vLOUJS LAND RAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON lVIARCH 14 190L ONE the 1 Buy your Plows Plow Gear Wagon Breeching From us and save money lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains The best and most complete line HARNESS SADDLERY We have ever had and our prices will please you J R J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors u Qooooooaooooooooacoooooooooooooooo OOOOOCOOOoOoooaooooooooooOOoOOOO and i 1 Colt t t IIASELDEN- i t 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 r s t A 1Jn t I o 0 0 oooG roe d Received 0 o Line of1 AND VICINITy r 1LANCASTER Fresh bread daily at Zimmers Fashion magazines at Thompson Fresh fish Friday at Zimmers Joseph leads in dress goods Others Fresh crackers on hand at all times at Zimmers X Fields minstrels is the biggest and best on the road Attend contest Friday night at the Opera House Piping and fixtures valves piping steam guages etc at Conns Dont forget the school entertain ment tomorrow Friday night We make fresh caramels every Zimmers Al Field will draw like a porus at the Opera House on the 22nd Wanted Carload iron and H B Northcotfc Do not fail to see the fad in flannels for spring suits J C Geo Wright sold his residence on street to Jesse Doty for 675 Take your carriage etc to Conn and have it repaired in uptodate order Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Sweet Peas at 5c oz All of the finest flower seeds cheap for cash at Thompsons For Sale Winchester Repeating Shotgun Used but little Will sell cheap Apply at this office Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey You will find a handsoms of carpets and mattings at The Logan Dry Goods Co If you like good corn bread try Wards Roller meal No burr meal equals it Bates the Miller Buggies Surries Pheatons Harness Saddles Bridles Etc at bargain Conns Carriage Shop i f iooooooooo oooOOOUOOOOlO 0100000OO every follow the da plaster Hemp 1 Water per kin s bones E line Q r G r Q I Xl Q G 6 qUEEN qUALITYI 0 SHOES i Up To oats 1 fes STYLES I fc 5 3 2j ss jjt H H I o and Prillcess Perfection za Q The Logan DryII Goads It Co- Y 0 o Q I yfl I J C Hemphill has the Royal Rin kles a monthly Fashion Journal that he will present to those who will ask ifbrit s Do you use Wards Ask for White SwAn or Gilt Edge Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills The chain gang cleaned the Public Square a job which should be done at least every ten years whether it needs it or not Your grocer will give you White Swan or Gilt Edge you ask for Wards flour Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills I The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard are quite If you want a strictly firstclass meal go over next Sunday Farm Rented Mrs Ellen Poor has rented her farm on Danville pike to Mr Nathan Noe of this county When you buy goods at Josephs you know you are getting full value for your money and that the goods are exactly as represented The recent high winds have caused much damage to roofs trees and fenc es Sunday afternoon almost a gale swept over the county 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 On Public Square a gold locket watch charm Return to J M Hig ginbotham and receive reward I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay highest price in cash or groceries X T Currey v When in town dont forget to take a sack of our lour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are it Notice to Trustees The census lists have arrived and are ready for distribution Elisa J Lusk Supt We dont run off on mouse tracks We keep the best goods and sell them at the lowest figures The people know this and trade with us J Joseph Now is the time to purchase your spring dress goods before they are picked over We are proud of our dis play this season J Joseph Make Wards mill your bejjdquar ters when wanting corn or wheat ground We treat you nice and serve you promptly Bates the MiUer 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 If you want to encourage the pupils of the Graded School in Elocution come to the Opera House Friday night and enjoy the rendition of an excellent program Special Sunday meals The new Garrard Hotel makes a pers All delicacies of the season pre pared in excellent manner Went Show of the Season Dont fail to see Al Fields Min strels at the Opera House Friday night March 22 Best band orches tra and comedians on the road I have now a tire plant for the purpose on the eel ebrated Victor RdbbenTire We can put them on whileyuo wait J Roman If you are in doubt about what you slould get in the way of a I will take pleasure in you as I try to keep posted in to the styles etc J C Hemphill 31 The place belonging to Mrs H M Powell at Gilberts Creek was sold in Stanford by the court last Monday Mrs Powell will make her future home at her fathers on Stanford St Sam Shelby one of the best barbers that ever shoved a razor is with Hen ry Duncan in Garrard Hotel Shop With two experts like Sam and Henry you can get the best and quick est service anMred the J B McKinney farm H is about 855 per acre there being 227 acres It is of the best farms in the country We regret to give George in up but we would even go to Lincoln county to live on such land of Jit dch GOIDODDDDOO better Lot the using Miner Son specialty of Sunday dinners and sup W theNew miles 1 flodr None if popular rubber i springs toga wesone can a cent tax and pay can of can I Mr the for Mr W A Trone who did the finest and best carriage painting last year ever done in Lancaster will remain with me again this If YOU want first class it in V J Romans Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods arc all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood Received One car of Cypress Shingles We bought these shingles at a bargain and sell them at 8325 per thousand our regular price being 350 j s Miner Son We have just received a new line of raging in price from 25c to per yard H prepar ed to cut make and put down Give us a call The Logan Dry Goods Co We have just received a lot of extra fine letter heads envelopes state ments and bill heads We can please you in both work and prices Give us trial before sending your work away If you dont like it it costs you not a Dr McKee will login a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church Sunday He has not yet secured but hopes to have an able minister with him before the end of the week Services will be held every night The large lamps recently placed at the depot by the L N people are of great convenience The lights are turned out a few minutes before the arrival of the Southbound trains causing many cuss words from travelers Notice The time is up to settle your school for the year 1900 If not paid in the next few days leavys will be made advertised in this paper as the law directs E W Harris Collector Tako Notice As I have sold my stable it is important tint you call at once and your account with me as all this business must be closed de lay This notice is Intended for all who are on my booxks W B Burton The firm of Logan Robinson has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Robinson retiring All persons indebt ed to the firm will call at once and settle as it will save them further cost Logan Robinson 3t Those holding my advertising tick ets must bring them in before March 15th and get your names in the can the 400 in cash to be given away to customers Thompson the Jeweler To Correspondent Please do not note sales unless you get the price as such notices are no value Sale notes are a big to traders but unless they give you the figures let the trade pass Please write on only one side of the paper For Sale have a 130 acres for sale a portion of in grass and the balance is corn hemp or wheat aboutVour miles from Lancaster and will behold at a bargain and I will give at once 314tf J C Hemphill Lancaster Mans Luck Former Gov Bradleys friends in Washington say that he has been upon for appointment to the Eastern Kentucky judgeship Deboe is thought to have indorsed Bradley yesterday and the is said to think that this settles affair Series of Sermon Eld A R Moore will begin a series special sermons Sunday night upon The Worlds Indebtedness to They will be divided as fol lows March 17 As Regards Science March 24 As to a Moral Code March Christianity The services will begin prompt at 730 Christian Endeavor Society Eld A R Moore has succeeded in organizing a Christian Endeavor So Robt Embry was chosen president Walter Hudson vice president Miss Bessie Batson corresponding secretary and Charlie Collier treasurer Walton Shies Castor Mr W P Walton of Stanford has as a candidate for rail road It is said the present incumbent C C McChord will be a candidate for governor Mr Walton has done more sledgehammer work his party than any newspaper man this section and if his desire is not granted the party will show itself un grateful indeed C j Just 115 e pets assistance lIvery Not Dlssolutlon boughtbefore Who icl1 decided Senator IJud- aism i promises HI ounced I season wor being carpet lnlpt your c ce of C advertisement Farmt farm of you possession Senator tire one will in easy Go a and had lIe was to BiiKluess For Sale Having made arrangements to in other business will sell my en stock of General Merchandise storehouse and at cost wishing a good bargain can secure here Becker tf Brvantsville Crap Shooters Caught Capt Dee Turner raided a big crap game on the Chute Sunday night about fifteen negros and white men Dee pulled the whole gang and Judge Brown put the screws to them Monday morning to the tune of dollars each Moved We have moved our merchant samples to the second floor the Sweeney building west side of public square where Mr J B will measure you for and guarantee a fit Best quality of goods at lowest figures 1500 samples on display M D Hughes JJonie At Auction on Thursday Man at 10 oclock a in sell at auction myS ti that city Persons in search of a good house at moderate price and on terms should not miss this chance see the house before day of sale H Giovannoli Nice Lot Sold Judge J C Hemphill has bought of W B Mason the lot on Water street adjoining the property ofAnsil George Price paid 600 Judge Hemphill will erect a handsome dwelling in the Spring The Judge is hustler and tis a pity Lancaster Dr Sandlln Locates Dr Sandlin and family have arrived rented the Walden property on Lexington street Dr SandJm is a physician of unusual ability and has long practice in medicine and THE RECOKD extends a welcome to the doctor and his estimable family will have his oflice in the Dr pNeal otlice on Lexington street Please make Allowances Capt White the chief sick this week the cub had to Danville and the editor was busy pushing off a case of grip and tism so we ask the indulgence of our readers for lack of local news item While ninetynine out of hundred people know how to run a newspaper yet it is impossible to find one to tackle the job when needed f I engage dwelling Anyone arresting twenty tailoring Jennings asuit As I am Danville lst thereon citIzens surgery standbys g rheum everyone c going leave surly e u s tJ many Coming Judging from our exchanges many of the Graded Schools in the state will send large delegations to the Tourna ment to be held here in May Our people will see that the youngsters are properly entertained and fed on the fat of the land The contest promises to be the best ever held by the schools Accidental Killing Mr W A Arnold was called to Nicholasville Monday by the of nephew James B Folger Young Folger had been hunting with the stock of his gun when the weapon was discharged the shot entering the abdomen He was wen known in Lancaster haYing visited here frequently Program The following is the program for the contest in Elocution and Vocal to be given by the Graded School in the Opera House Friday at 7 p m 1 March 2 Wallace sub 3 Recitation iwhs Jessie Doty sebject Archie Dean 4 Vocal Solo Chas West 5 Recitation Miss Elsie Palmer subject How Salvator Won 6 C Walker subject Oration on Death of Ham ilton 7 Recitation Miss Lettie May Me Roberts subject The Famine 8 Vocal Solo Richard Anderson 9 Recitation Miss Norma Elmore subject Masquerade 10 Denny subject The Black Horse and His Rider 11 Recitation Miss Theo Hemp hill subject The Soldiers Joy 12 Vocal Solo W B West 13 Declamation Logan Smith sub ject Spartacus to the Roman Glad iators 14 Recitation Miss Pearl Bettis Mary Queen of Scotts 15 Mad Anthonys Charge 16 Vocal Wallace Miss Ballou of Stanford Mr Robt Hardin and W I Williams will be in wiled to act as judges in Elocution and Mrs Rogers Mrs J W Sweeney and John M Farra will be invited to jender the decision in the Vocal Solo aana coon Music DeclamationOllie DeclamationGreen Grandniaat the DeclamationMarshall DeclamationCarlton Elkin subject SoloOllie hi deaths struck ect J Noted Speaker Coming Dr Frances Woods of Iowa a Red Cross nurse recently returned from on the subject A Better Citizenship She will be accompanied by Miss Laura Clay President of the Ky E R A On Thursday afternoon Men 21st at 3 p m a Parlor Meeting will be held in the W C T U rooms at which Dr Woods and Miss Clay will speak and which all women are iu vited to attend Admission to both lectures free A collection will be ta ken at the Court House to pay expen ses Dr Woods comes highly recom mended for her faithful service as a Red Cross nurse during our recent wars and also her strong personality aid marked ability as a platform speaker No one should miss this of hearing her Circuit Court In Session The March term of the Garrard Cir cuit Court convened Monday morning As Judge Saufley was ill lion R C Warren came over and was elected special judge He at once mounted the wool sack and has been dishing out justice with impartiality and dis patch to the satisfaction of both and litigants The charge to the grand jury was along the usual line The following is the T I Herring Forema G D Robinson Taylor House C Napier J A Royston Victor Lear P N Spainhower Hunter House Abe D Ballard J T Hill Wm Shugars PETTIT JUICY Ed Price J J Poor T E Adams G H Leaven Woods Walker S H N White Loyd Bourne J W Royston W G Jones G Higginbotham E M Walker Charlie Hiatt colored was fined 100 and thirty days in one case and suits have been disposed of The court room loafer is on hand in full forceThe case against Wm Walker char ternoon and most of Tuesday The jury returned a verdict of aline of 8100 John Sam is on hand look ing after the evil doers The Com his whole duty in every case f CourtHouse opportunity lawyers oft jJUR Y Hardwick- R Anderson- J carrying occupiedthe dubbed ac G STYLES NEW Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Are Arriving Daily See our Merchant Tailoring Samples LOGAN The One Price Cash Clothier and Furnisher OO I rr NEWI j j I I I j j I HaT i t If I I c p 0 J Moc OOCtOCt 00tX NOW J 1W 1 READY o ooooooo 0o MY SPRING SUMMER I ines of Ierchaut TAILORING i t and Are now in and I will ask my friends and the public generally to call and see them as 1 can show you A Few Novelties that Cannot be Found Elsewhere Every suit made by THE ROYAL TAILORS will equal that of any HOME TAILOR in FIT and WORKMANSHIP and at a cost of 25 per cent less I also have a cheap line from which I can make you A Suit to Your Measure for 10 And guarantee a fit Please call and see my line before the best styles are all sold out Same old stand 110 SouthEast cor Public Square Yours For Business I 3 pJ J CYid stir00 I Q CENTRAL RKCORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAtf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE 100 GERMS Six MOUTHS 59 THURSDAY MARCH 14 1901 IT is said that Frank Brown the Newport defaulter is in Spanish engaged in business and making money hand over fist Brown ought to thank his stars that it was not a pig or a chicken that he stole as he would now be doing time in the pen itentiary It seems that the safest way to a life of ease and luxury is to become a bank official and steal the peoples money Such thieves are never punished and spend their re maining days upon flowery beds of ease SCHLATTEU the socalled divine healer Wash for vagrancy It would be a good idea to take up more of such fakes and give them a term on the rock pile There are more fake religion schemes than there are fake advertising traps Every few days we hear of some religion that is causing much excitement among the weaker minded who give their hardearned pennies to the preacher and go hungry The other day we heard of a young lady who had married in twentysev en garters Being of in investigative turn of mind we employed a to ferret out the reason for the no tion He learned that there is an idea among the girls that the one vhose garter is worn by the bride will be the next to get married So we presume these twentyseven anxious maidens will be the first to enter double bless cdness THE papers say a man in Kansas is having a wagon constructed of boiler iron in which he will run a blind tiger safe from the attacks of Mrs Nation This may be well enough but it is far more necessary for the drinker ofKan sas whisky to have a boileriron stomachSINCE his appointment as secretary to Congressman Kehoe Jim Allen stuck up that he would not send his old friend THE RECORD a copy of his paper last week Thats all right old fellow we dislike to see you leave the ranks just the samee THE American Smelting and Co at Jersey City is said to have a capital of 100000000 The stockholders are evidently retired newspaper men who made their mil lions on country weeklies THE CRITIC has made its appearance at Louisville and is brighter and than ever Ed T Shinnick is in the editorial harness while the affairs are looked after by B F Lippold THE Stanford Journal was twenty nine years old last week The Jour nal like good wine improves with age and we trust will continue to re ceive the large backing it so richly deservesTHE of Louisville has awarded contracts for an immense water filter As they only use water down there for washing faces its hard to see why go to expense of having it filtered See that you get the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it The genuine is a certain cure for piles and skin diseases s THREB Honduras was arrested newfangled detective Refining better business theyshould IPFrisbi cr l o at SeattleU J i- so sores 4 9 t TEATERSVILLE Miss Minnie Pherigo has charge of a subscription school near here She began with bright prospects for a splendid term Farmers have their work well ad vanced regardless of the high winds and cold waves The rain was highly welcomed as stock water was getting quite scarce Mrs John Walker we are sorry to state is quite Miss Ray and Mr Jesse Jones were sent one week from school on account of being sick The Crokinole Club convened Misses Ida and Willie Pierce at their last meeting There are several players among the champions are Miss Pearl Hardin Messrs Elmer Ham and Louis Pherigo While Mr Irvine Simpson and Mr George Raney were on their way to town the front wheels of their wagon came ofT a slight wound of Mr hand but fortunately neither of the gentlemen were badly hurt Misses Claude and Nannie Arnold accompanied by their brother Roy Arnold from Bryantsville were at Mr and Mrs Wesley Walkers on Saturday and Sunday Mr Arnold frequently visits this neighborhood as there is a special attraction Mr and Mrs Leslie Teater have been guests of relatives in our village Miss Maud Best an attractive young lady from Milledgeville is expected this as a guest of Miss Maggie Sandidge Misses Jennie and Pearl Hardin have been with their sister Mrs Alex Walker Miss Jennie will return to Illinois in the near future Mr Henry Montgomery of the Mount Hebron section was a guest at Mr Frank Pierce Sunday Mr Conard Long one of Prof Secrests pupils was visiting a lady friend here Sunday Several of our citizens attended court in town Monday Mr Willie Jones in with his friend Mr Bogie friends in Madison Sunday An Honest Medicine for La Grippe George of South Gardiner lIe 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 is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the cold and grip have all left me I the manufacturers of a medicine For sale by R E Me Roberts COFFEE CHASE SANBOM C F BLAME ft CO L M Mill rtSOLE AGENTS ri s sickalso Beatrice a excellent Raneys visitors week intelligent energetic company visited WWaitt congratulate honest Jf Jf U k wit chill b PAINT LICK W S Fish sold a pair of mules to Robert West for 170 E L Woods sold thirteen 127 to Fish at 5c per lb of Gabe Salters children have been low with pneumouia T S Burnam is preparing to put in five hundred acres of corn this year Mr Luther got his ankle bad ly sprained while seperating his sheep Lucile Norris little daughter of E W Norris had a bad spell of pneumo flirt W L Fish little nine months old child is dangerously ill with pneumo nia New spring dry goods clothing shoes and notions arriving at Cos Jennings Co arc hustling the Tailor Made Clothing business If you want a perfect tit see R L Jen ningsE L Woods shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday that av eraged 277 sold them for 580 per hundred Mitchel Floyd of color who works in the mill here can carry three hun dred pounds of flour on his shoulder and a fifty pound sack in his teeth Andy Jett and Ed Ballard Jr had an eating contest Monday night for who should pay for the supper Andy ate one dozen bananas one nf of pine apples o e Of deviled one can apples one can deviled ham and three cans oys ters Ed was winner by one can and the supper cost Andy two dollars John Rucker Jim Rucker and Stonewall Norman of our gymnasium here took part in the annual gymna exhibition of Central University held in the Miller Gymnasium atRich mond on the 7th John Rucker far excelled any of the C U boys on the horizontal bar and Jim and Stone did some very difficult feats in tumb ling they were frequently by the large crowd that witnessed the performance They are the best performers in the country for the practice they have had A W Francis a prosperous mer chant of Corbin spent a few days with his parents here Mrs Lizzie Petty of Lancaster visited her sister Mrs Jennings this week Mr Lytle Adams of Mt Yernon spent a eek with relatives here Mrs M J Par tin and little son Charley of Lancaster returned home jifter a pleasant visit to Mrs E E White Mrs Will West who has been ill is able to be out again Will Rucker went to Berry Saturday to see his parents who are quite sick Wm Champ and wife went to Mt Vernpn Monday on a visit A little child of George Barnets died Sunday with pneumonia and two more of his dren are very low with it PREACHERSYILLE John Green has sold out to move to Missouri G M Siler bought of John Green a horse for 8G5 Mr J J Thompsons children has whooping cough Brother Carmichle filled his appoint ment Saturday and Sunday Brown Cress sold seventyfive hogs to McCarly Lawson for tic J H Thompson bought several nice hogs in Rockcastle county last week A J Thompson sold a car load of corn to M J Harris for 2 in the crib J L Hutchins bought ten barrels of corn from Thomas for 225 per barrel Prof J C McKee made a business trip to London Saturday and Monday J C Fox has returned from where he disposed of a load of mules und horses Aunt Rebecca Turner who lives with Rev Hutchins has but is improving B F Patton of Bryantsville passed here last week on his way to Williams burg to buy some mules Rev H B Cockrell of Louisville is here this week seeing after his farm also fn the of the college Mrs R Ragan was visiting friends at Highland last week and was taken sick and died Friday night She was a good woman may a kind dence care for her husband and friends 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 P Frisbie The man who has lived for h imself alone has the privilege of being bis only Headache often results 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 by R E McRoberts druggise The man who will not marry until he finds a woman who thinks before she speaks will remain a bachelor all his days The stomach controls the situation Those who are hearty and strong are those who can eat and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di gests whatyou 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 but do you good The can take it Frisbie i lb hogs f W C Two Fish poundshe box of two cans ne can can ham Ed dozen bananas one pirie applauded lime Shaw returned Atlanta M measles mourner mostsensltlvestomachs F P i s Jennings C G sardines oyster ntt one boy amines slum chi R S 1V interest pro J l Mr T I Herring sold his sheep to C A Robinson at 5 per head Ivirksville Baptist church Sunday March 17 Rev Copass will remain in Marksbury until after TheTwenti eth Centuary Meeting the 5th Sun day in March he will then leave for Dawney California where he has ac cepted a call as pastor of a church Mr and Mrs John Collier of Bettis visited their parents Friday Mr and Mrs Joshua Sutton and baby of Lancaster spent Sunday with theii mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Miss es Carrie Durham and Julia Parks a few friends Wednesday and Thursday evenings in honor of Miss Lynne Moss of Lancaster The many friends of flosses Wilson and Ben Moore who have been quite sick time are glad to know they are improving Mr Nixon Per kins is convalescing very slowly Mrs Wm Broaddus entertained Fri day evening in honor of her charming visitor Miss Hunter BRYANTSVILLE Rev Robinson will fill his ap point moot at the Methodist church Sun day morning and evening At the sale ofjvr dec rrhr everything sold well Corn Solid at 3 per barrel and other things in proportion Milton Elliott and brother of Lex ington are the guests of Dr Elliott and wife this week Mr Tom Kuhl mann and wife have returned from Nebraska where they spent the They will reside here in the Mr Gabe Huflie who has oeen sick for some time is much and will soon be able to be out again Mr B F Patton deed Jeff Dunn are in the mountain uyinjr stock Mr billiard Roul ML a few days with Dr Webb i Lex ington last week Mrs Eiy ailard is visiting her sister Mrs Wuioik in Lexington this week Mrs S Has olden will go to Cincinnati th last of this week to buy her spring niillinery WOODS Ebb Scott sold his farm to Mr Pen nington of Cartersville for 900 Samuel Brewer and family starting to Salem Indiana in a few days H Furr traded a milk cow a heifer and 250 to James Rogers for combined horse John Prichett and family of Wal nut Flat moved into the house vaca ted by Frank Gross last week Mrs Thomas Collett died last night of pneumonia She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss Win Lawson Jr son of George Lawson of Rowland accidentally shot himself through the foot last Tuesday night at Jackson Collects Wm Lawson Jr son of Thos Law son Sr Mrs Frank Lawson and started for Greensburg Indiana last Sunday where they will reside Wm Rogers of Rowland is visiting his George and James Rogers Miss Emma Cottengim of Silver Creek spent Friday night at Mrs Martha Bells BUCKEYE On Sundays there are more new buggies seen within the precincts of Buckeye than ever before and the girls smile broader It is rare we have preaching at this place on Sun day evening so it was greatly enjoyed Sunday evening especially by those that nod their fellows with them Fellows are an important factor in Buckeye society and it is only sour grapes with those that are minus one Miss Hattie Bogie and Mrs Herod Ray have returned from a weeks vis it to friends at Harrodsburg and other parts of Mercer Miss Sarah Bee Ray will visit friends at Lexington next week Miss Florence McMurtry teaching our Spring school last Monday She gave perfect in our fall school Miss Nellie Ray is with her aunt Mrs J H Dunn of your city Messrs Kanelison two handsome drummers that take in this road occasionally spent a goodly portion of their most recent trip otherwise than taking or ders a sweet forced brunette and blond of equal interest Well they have never met with opposition along the line of salesmen in with what they are to meet from two pretty browneyed boys if they should not adhere strictly to their own business while at Buckeye Miss Cordelia Ray entertained the following persons Saturday Mrs Bea Ray Misses Pauline Foster Georgia Ray Sular Simpson Messrs Raymond Simpson Felix Jones Elijah Ray McClayne Teater Raymond McCul lough and John Bogie HehryMont gomery of Bryantsville visited his cousin Miss Sular Simpson Sunday Mr G W Hardwick is having a three room cottage built near Saunders Ferry A Good Cough Medicine for Children I no hesitancy in recommend ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy saysF 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 by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by E E McRoberts drug gist r entertained forsome Brown on winter future improved LA contemplate V a Wednesday family cousin began satisfaction and fairy- like comparison have recommended tome iIAII1SLURY Louisville taiq the I Kennetts my Old KontticKy Home Tho sun shines bright in my old The voters are boozy and gay The rye is ripe and the Bourbon is in bloom And the shotgun makes music all the day The stone jug rises to kiss the wait ing mouth And the upturned eyes gladly play On the soft blue skies of the sunny sunny South In my old Kentucky home for away Put on a shirt of mail beneath Sunday coat Wear an armor plate under your vest Thats the safest way when the goes to The white man there to protest 0 theres gay old times when the elec tion comes around Theres music to liven the day The sextons spade stabs the Dark and Bloody Ground In my old Kentucky home faraway The black smoke pours from the chim ney of the still The fragrance of the corn taints the breeze It rises up until tears of angels spill And the man in the moon has to sneeze The red juice sin nes rrineb6ttie on Slfeif The sunbeams around it play When your throat gets dry pull the cork and help yourself In my old Kentucky home faraway The feud man hides in the corner of of the fence And waits for a sliot at his foe The Icemans soul goes akiting to the hence To the land where they dontshovpl The coroner comes to investigate the death And jags up comfortable gay And the verdict says that he died from the want of breath In my old Kentucky home far away Weep no more my lady Weep no more today For things have changed in old Kentucky home In my old Kentucky home for away halfdollar I heard aof S S S and determin m ed to give it a fair trial nod was remarkable fc what a wonderful effect thad from the the sore theal and after taking a few bottles disappeared entirely This was two ago e are still mo of the Cancer and my general heatlh MRS R SBULER La Plata the greatest of all purifiers and the one guaranteed vegetable Send our free book on Cancer containing valuable and information about this disease and make no charge for medical advice SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA G PROPERTY As administrator of Mrs Nannie Carpen ter I will on Ionday March 25 1901 publicly defore the court house door in Ky sell to the highest und bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville and Lexington streetsProperty is in good repair well located and very known on day sale Any persons claims against said Mrs Carpenter will present them to me properly evrified before March 22 1901 THE LAND Every one interested in California and wish to leave this section behind should read the following carefully The Lemon Home Colony Co of Orland Glen County the finest olive til fa lands in California These lands arc sold ana wishing to locate in California the of should take advantage of the present low railroad rates Nowhere can a man make more and enjoy life better than in California Write at once for our book entitled A two cent stamps to cover postage This ad will not appear again Address Lemon Home Colony Co Orland Glen Co Cal Mrs C E VanDeusen of Kilbourne Wis was afflicted with stomach troub le and constipation for a long time She says I havo tried many but none have dune me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These Tablets are for sale at Mclloberts drug store Paige 25c Samples free When people pray for their daily bread they dont forget to put in a side order for butter Their theirpleasant 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 F P Frisbie Some men think they have great wjll power because they never had occasion to test it GAUGESufferers from this horrible malady nearly always inherit it not necessarily the parents but may be from some remote ancestor for Cancer often runs through several generations may in the blood for years or until you reach middle life then little sore or ulcer makes its or a swollen gland in the breast or some other part the body gives the first warning cure Cancer thoroughly and all the virus must be limmated from the vestige it driven out This S S S ifl the only medicine that can reach deep tented obstinate blood troubles When all the poison has been forced out of the system the Cancer heals and the disease never returns Cancer in a small way as the following letter from Mrs shows below the earou the left side of my face Itgave we no or inconven once and I should have forgotten about it bad it itch it would bleed a little then scab over but rould not heal This continued for some time home our is I tJ snow m preparations I promptness Jnd Thisdeadly permanently bloodevery f often A came on jaw about aD inch to inflame and hen to becoming cry p Cancer be au to eat and spread until it large asa M- oS Sis interesting wrlte our about yourcase TOWN E Lancaster best J A SLAUGUTR Admr N SUNSHI E n alit e everyone Lemon Home in enclosIng chree Kentucky ni- ger vote r- c ormant notb s C weft nl was as J tS very ontinttes TH E- We Callfotnta Ly- S L+ I 1 If so you secure s ty go j via On ianaJ tio Queen Crescent Route ana Southern Ry Its fast trains pur errata ever rrt of tlso GjVtal SOuth 2 jj hvrschcJucCiciriitaJacks5nviltaPi J New Oilcans 9 tous t Clutonooua a8 s hours to sSbouritoIVtTaara Observation j ror eaJ caio cars free re porant Souu Blue Grass NURSERIES Spring 1901 FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES SHRUBS ROSES Grapes Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Lawn and Garden Prices right as we pay no agents but sell direct to the planter General and Strawberry catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky I have just invented and procured method You only have to make One Trip to have have your teeth extracted and your permanent teeth fitted Guar anteed that you wont have to make but one trip and that one when you have your teeth extracted All neces sary measures are taken and after your gums are perfectly shrunken your teeth are made and sent to you AN ABSOLUTE FIT GUARANTEED The best set of teeth for 750 Railroad fare paid both ways when 1000 worth of work is done DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Government Building in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night Refrence Richmond Na tional Bank II oU1JhI j tiny In j I dab 71GUh Pchn1ns t aU 1 ib i eo rn ttRnTt I Nursery NEW anew airsnts E ort R dinirg ictt r Ct es nay allshyer sr CST orea xnt slin N 6r out N Aritc u tabc- t sv wsaxorTAct Orchard NVTION To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes further besides being better flavored more satis fyingYou will find a lit of useful arti cles in each package of Arhuddea Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yours when you buy the coffee The one you select from the list will be sent you condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City Arbuckles 1 iZ C j 7 I B1iWl4 COtff119 NY p sfrr Y 6 tAttI son ZZ Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon It is the latest ant and tonic other preparation can approach It in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia Cramps and all other results of imperfect digestion Prices 50c and 5 size contains ttmea small size Bookallaboutdyspepsiaraauedlrea by E DeWiTT AGO 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 state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes fur fL siring small farm in neighborhood where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HEKXDOX tf Assignee tourist FLORIDA NEW ORLEANS CUBAA- ND TO ALL SOUTHERN TCURiST ReSOJTTS NOW OM SALE AT REDUCED RUES FROM ALL POINTS u If diDyspepsia Cure strutting the exhausted digestive o o Witit i CCk ts TO CN THE N 3 C y Q t Alta Only 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and New Orleans Cafe Parlor and Cars Free reclining Chair Cars superb vestibuled trains Through PisH mans Cincinnati to Chattanooga Knox vine Asheville Savannah Atlanta Bir mingham Jacksonville New Orleans Tampa Direct connections at Port Tampa and Miami at Steamers Wharf for Key West Nassau and Havana Handsome printed matter sent free to inquirers Buy tickets Via the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry A traveler of wide SATS When you go to Floridayon enhance ihe tions via Cincinnati in the best hotels rest isunbroken on the smooth rock roadway You are not change cars Fatigue vanishes before some the natural scenery in America W J MURPHY W C OealXanaser Pasar Ageat CUTCINJIATI theQueen comfortballasted annoyed RINEA SON Gen 1 Observation r your r r1 Have added a line of PARISIAN PERFUMES and TOILET GOODS to their stock ot MILLINERY 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 Crea ms for the Toilet Dentrifices Complexion Powders Etc rtOiDL SISTERS i i t 4 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY 3LARC1I 11 1901 ASCOT peope o frfr o v w 4 W A Born to the wife of J W Bpcake a line boy Miss Christine Bradley is in visiting friends Miss Addic Arnold is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Burnett Mrs J I Hamilton has joined lie r husband in Memphis Tenn Miss Susie Speake entertained a few friends last Wednesday evening Miss Altie Marksbury has about fully recovered from her recent illness Mrs II M Powell and sister Ellr visited friends at Gilberts Creek Sunday Miss Lucy Ham of Hedgeville is visiting her Grandma Mrs Willie House Miss Pearl Hill has returned from several weeks visit to relatives in RochesterErnest and Dave Walker wit nessed the production of Quo Yadis at DanvilleMiss Tomlinson and Mrs 1 MFarra visited Mrs Tom Adams the past week Miss Tillie Austin is visiting her cousin Miss Lizzie Underwood of Parksville Miss Ilattie Robertson has been spending a week with her parents in Cynihiana Mrs Margaret Short of Mt Ver non spent several days with Mrs II M Powell Mrs Solon B Henry and little daugl tor Ella arc visiting relatives in El dorado Ark Eld A R Moore will attend the Disciples Congress in Lexington March 20 to 28 Mr and Mrs E C Gaines very delightfully the crokinole club Friday evening Mr and Mrs 0 G Speake of Lancas ter spent last Sunday with her moth er at Highland Reports from Mr J M Harbison ay he remains critically ill at his home in Parksville Haganaud wife and chil dren spent Sunday with his sister Mrs J C Ballard of Paint Lick The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club will meet next Tuesday with Miss Grace Kinnaird Mr and Mrs Charles Denman of ichoiasville have been visiting her parents Mr Alex West and wife Mrs Moore and Miss Bessie Moore of Danville have been Miss Sallie Lou Myers guests for a few days Mr II T Logan will go East the last of this week to lay in additional goods for the spring and summer trade Miss Hattie House of Gilberts Creek spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs II M Powell and Miss Ella Leavell Miss Bessie Jones of Lexington and George U Hagan of Richmond attended the party given by Miss El la Leavell Miss Amanda Estes who has been suffering with rheumatism and ner We have just opened up a Big Shipment of PETERS SHOE COS DIAMOND BRAND SHOES And we want you to come in and look them over All the latest styles at Bed Rock Prices Well make it to your interest to buy your shoes now while the assortment is complete We offer you the biggest value you ever gotfor money any where Come in and see for Ward Sympson r la a t rown ic J entertained I llrR L afternoon I r C coo o0 00000000000eaaoaoot I Louis- Ville r 1 j i t i t 1 a ti 1 r 1 t your yourself w t 255 j vousness for tIle past three weeks is some better Ike D Currant orders his copy of the RECORD changed to Panlina Ark He has sold his farm at Searcy and bought one at Paulina Hon Robert Harding of Danville who has as many friends in Garrard as if he were one of us was here circuit court this week Judge il C Saufley is suffering from a stubborn case of grip and unable to attend court this week We are glad to note that he is improv ing Brodhead Cor Mt Vernon Signal Misses Katie Simpson and Anna of Lancaster are visiting Misses Thurmond and at this place The many friends of Col Rice regret that he is confined to his bed by a severe attack of rheuma tism Jle was reported as some yesterday Will Crow Doty who recently went to Alabama writes that he is located at Opp that State as telegraph He is McKinney and with his job MrG S Gaines was over from Saturday Although a fullfled ged Danville man he gets a broad grin on when here he the Lancaster atmosphere very much Mr Jno L Anderson formerly of this city has been transfered from the Treasury department in Sngton to duty in the Covernmentser vice at Manilla lIe will sail for the Philippines in a few days THE RECORD had a pleasant call from Col J A Slaughter of this week Col Slaughter is one of Beetles most prominent citiensand is a man who enjoys the respect and esteem of all who know him Miss Sallie Ross entertained in her charming manner Friday evening Crokinole dancing and other amuse ments were participated in Music was furnished by Clay Greens band Elegant refreshments were served Danville News Messrs Joe Hasel den and Saufley Hughes of Lancaster spent Sunday in this city with friends Mr A McKee Kinnaird and bride of Middlcsboro were in this city a few last week Mr John Riffe of spent Saturday in this city Alex Francis of Corbin was on the train a few days since en route to Paint Lick his old home where he visited relatives Alex quit railroad ing a few years ago and embarked in the business in the moun tains where he has been very success ful Miss Ella Leaven entertained her friends very handsomely at her home on Stanford street Tuesday evening from 7 to 11 Miss Ella proved herself worthy of the much praise given her as a very charming entertain er Those present were Misses Bes sie Batson Cora Wrad Marie Joseph Willie Belle Burnside Susie Zanone Mile Arnold Nary Jar vis Virdie Moss Ethel and Maggie Boyle Bessie Jones of Lexington Messrs George U Hagan of Richmond Lewis U West Lewis Herndon Earl C Farm Willie Stone Dan Cheatham and Jim Refreshments were served JACK STANFORD March 7th 1901 To my dear old friends in Lancas ter Isnt it just glorious to get out among the friends of our early man hood whom we havent seen in a coons age Some of whom have been left over so long that they think they have been forgotten YOI can hardly keep your from around them Old age has its pleasures dont you think it hasnt Old places in which we spent our springtime of life and planted flowersare yet bloom ing and beautiful Old faces of today that were wreathed in smiles and loveliness more than fifty years ago express the same joy and sweetness and beauty now as wither ed hand is just as soft and gives a much heartier and warmer clasp and I am so glad is spoken with such earnestness and truthfulness of heart that I will declare to goodness it feel glad for a moment that you have begun to totter 1 was in such a place not long ago nearly all the flowers that beautified that lovely old town when I was young have gone to adorn other worlds but it is far from being a waste placet yet The flowers blooming more than half a century ago that are left are most beautiful today and they will bloom on and on and on and on 1 have passed into my threescore andten I go there yet occasionally always will love to meet and greet my dear old friends in dear old That old town youre livin in Is mity hard to beat You have a thorn to every rose But aint the roses sweet HAPPY JACK I J J I EllaDunn Andrew- r under Suptr delight d thatshows enjoys ash merchantile p m HAPPY arms thenthe toseeyou makesyou attending Austin better operator Danville Danville Lancaster Ballard Lancaster f JOverflow Good Fit Guaranteed I will have an experienced man to take measures for suits this season Fits and quality guaranteed Prices as low as the lowest Several hundred samples from three of the best tailor ing houses in America See me before buying M D Hughes Reduced to California Q C Special reduced rates to California Q C great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and excellent train service Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address W G Cincinnati for particulars tilap30 Think This We are here to stay All we have is located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesome haircut Certainly nut Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan the old reliable barber tf Take the Queen Ac Crescent Route If you are going North or South el egant trains quick time All Q C trains connect in Central Union Cincinnati with 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 Coming 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 ILj c on March 22nd The original Jake Welby and other stars in the burnt cork firmament to gether with high class artists will make the evening the most the season Low Rates Queen Sc Crescent Route To the following meetings United Mine Workers of America Knoxville March 1J18 Knights of Honor Grand Lodge of Kentucky Louisville April 911 Medical Society of Tennessee April J11 United order of Golden Cross Ky April 1112 Call on ticket agents for further particulars They Wont Grow The preacher who can preach to please every hearer the lawyer who can speak to please every listener the merchant who can sell goods to please every customer the dressmaker who can do her work to please every and the editor who can write to please every reader are all dead They may be wearing wings and golden crowns but the chances are that St Peter would be very suspicious of an individual like Mr J B Jennings an experienced man in clothing and accurate in measures will be with me this season and we will guarantee a fit in your spring suit We will not handle readymade goods but sell you for 14 a tailor abso lutely allwool suit worth two suits from Wanamakers Phila delpha house also suits from Chicago find Buffalo houses at up Give us a call Quality and fit guaranteed M D Hughes Agent Moved to second floor of Sweeney building It Surely Pas The merchant who becomes at a seemingly extra large bill would have a tit if he was presented with a bill like any of the following A page ad in one issue of the Century magazing costs 5JO In Harpers the charge is 450 and in other magazines from 100 to 8350 A yearly advertisement in one column of the Chicago Tribune costs 28500 for the lowest and 80000 for the rate in the New York World it is 40000 for the lowest and 50000 for the highest priced column who pay out money for to the shown by the fore Another Train While in Richmond last week a prominent railroad man told us the oflicals were thinking of putting on a passenger train to leave that city in run to Louisville and return leaving Louisville about 330 in the afternoon He said they had been thinking about this for some time and the probabilities were that it would be done Tile RECORD is in for all the trains we can get bit if the companys attention was called to a little change that could be made we firmly beleave they would accept the plan It is this Run the day Liv ingston trains to Rowland and change the Knoxville trains so as to make all four connect at Rowland Passengers from all points could make a splendid connection at Rowland without the slightest delays Another point is that this the company would save one passenger train as it now takes two trains and crews to make the LivingstonCincinnati day run This can be done with the slightest change in the running time of the present trains and if the general man agers attention was called to the fact there is no doubt but that it would be done The piesent jerkwater run ning on this branch could easily do the work on the Berea branch Such a change would give Lancaster the best connections in central Kentucky and it can be secured if gone after in the right way The trouble is there are too many people to talk and not enough who are willing to pull off their coats and go after this or Improvement for that matter r I nteN C Rinearson A Station trains enjoyable- of 2t Pa- ducah thatEx Curd made ordinary excellent 1150 I Advertisers publicity extent paysExchange about 530 a I bydoing II Local S P About Nashville woman A taking perfect horrified advertising highest another U T Sire Shops She shops She does not mean to buy For funds are low and prices high So many people wonder why She shops She shops She keeps herself apprised Of all the bargains advertised And with a gusto undisguised She shops She shops The tired assistant sighs For long experience makes him wise lie knows wherein her weakness lies She shops She shops She hurries to and fro And when the sun is setting low A thousand captured samples show She shops Pearsons Weekly Keep Your Money at Home Danville is a free country and a man has a right to buy his goods where he chooses Public spirited homeloving peoplehowever should in justice to all excercise a lit tle discretion in the buying of the necessaries of life The home mer chant buys your wheatyour potatoes your beef He pays you for building his houses for improving the streets He helps you to pay the es All things being equal then why not spend your money with the home merchant your neighbor Why give a foreigner the money which should be kept in circulation at home Kill your home town and you help to kill yourself The man who sells you a thing out of a catalogue may be sell ing you goods cheaper than you can buy them at dome but the chances are that hejsnot People are not in the habit of traveling over the for the benefit of their health You know when you come to town and buy an article front your neighbor merchant if it is not all right he will make it all Suppose it comes to you from or New York or Philadelphia Who is responsible WHEREAS death has removed from us Bro J Y Cook who was for forty years a member of the Christian church of Lancaster Ky and for years an officer in the churchRESOLVED that the church feels his death as a loss heavy to bear it found him a Christian in word acts and life and a member who could be depended on in all church work RESOLVED That the official board of found him always ready to work always ready to give where the church was in need always able to advise in difficulty and never lack ing at the call ofduty RESOLVED that the church and board extend their heartfelt sympathy to the family of Bro Cook feeling with them that loss is exceeding ly greaf and that his place can not be soon filled But in Christian faith we bid them be comforted for we know that God cares for his own and such we feel that Bro Cook was Official Board Christian Church 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 Cald wells Syrup Pepsin You will never suffer from Constipa tion Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Troubles McRoberts drug storeA mans Christianity to stand a pretty severe strain when he steps on a banana skin Prof Ivison of Lonaconing Md suf 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 Ivodol Dyspepsia Cure and after taking a few bottles of it he says It has cured me entirely I cant say too much for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat F P Frisbie The rain does not fall alike on the just and the unjust the latter always has the umbrella Agency la Oct 17 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello 111 Gents I have used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with marked success I unhesitatingly recommend it to those suffering with Stomach 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 au AdvocateThis cornyour I tax- I Chicago because the church as Trouble Country Resolutions thirty six the The members of the Cabinet were sworn in by Chief Justice Fuller Admiral Dewey collected 9270 Bay prize money The Indiana Senate passed the House bill providing for voting ma chinesThe appropriations of the Fifty sixth Congress amounted to 1440 052545 A copy of the new Philippine tariff schedule as prepared by the has been forwarded to the War Department President McKinley has killed by a veto the bill to reimburse Confederate soldiers for horses taken from them by the Federals after the surrenderCommissioner Rockhill has been in structed to purchase land for the Uni ted States legation headquarters in ChinaExSenator William Lindsay left Washington last week for New York where he will engage in the prattice of lawA of coal miners of Ten nessee and Kentucky is to be held at Knoxville March 13 to 18 Gen McArthur directed that one Filipino prisoner be surrendered for each gun given up by an insurgent The Chinese court will not return to Pekin until the Powers change the boundary of the legation headquar ters so as not to include public build ings and reduce the mifitary forces to legation guards It is said that Gen Botha Wants to make terms for the surrender of the entire Boer force but Lord Kitchner doubts the Geuerals ability to control De Wet and other leaders Bothas surrender is regarded as a certainty Senator Deboe is authority for the story that Kentucky Republicans will attempt the job of making one good newspaper out of the Commercial and DispatchA threw a piece of iron into Emperor Williams carriage in yesterday The Emperor is said to have been slightly injured on the cheek The man who is an epi leptic was arrested During the recent heavy snowstorms fifty men were sent to clear the snow out of a railway cutting near Wolovo on the RiasanUral line in Russia They were just leaving the cutting when the train came down at full speed and crushed about thirty men into shapeless masses Inquiry shows that the engine driver and all the guards were drunk Carnegie gives libraries to Muncie Elkhart Peru and Wabash Ind The jury in the Mrs Nation case at Wichita Kan failed to agree and they have been discharged- In anticipation of the imposition of a duty on sugar by the British importation of the is heavy The British answer to the Senate amendments to the HayPaunceforte treaty is a complete rejection of the American proposals Reports from Texas and Arkansas show that widespread damage was done by Sundays storm Pine Prai rie Ark was swept away two per sons being killed and many injured- It is stated that Frank Brown the defaulting otlicial of the German Bank of Newport is in where he is engaged in business A boiler exploded in the Doremus Steam Laundry at Chicago wrecking the building The ruins caught fire At least fifteen employes are thought to have perished inthe flames and thirty were seriously injured Companies A and B of the Ninth Infantry will remain in China U S Minister Conger was given a great send off at Pekin upon his de parture for home A man never wants to be an angel as as he can make a living at else Nancy Rice McLaren widow of Dan Rice the famous oldtime circus per former who died a year ago in New York is dying in the city hospital there of bronchitis Nan Rice as she was known years ago was a performer and did an act with her famous husband She toured the country with him Mrs Rice has no living relatives that she knows ofand seems resigned to that is in evitable She was admitted to the city hospital two weeks ago but not until three days ago did she make her identity known L J Taft commission Berlin I commodity National Honduras trapeze thefate rt QdQOQO t B- 0GENERRh News Manila pocket Government anything The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been 3 damaged and many lives lost by 2 VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against 3 loss by Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD 1 n 1 E greatly Cyclones lE iU U U1UU UU UUUjU U1UU JUjUjU U J- i 9- if isS I r i NEVI A T I B0 EDTS DRUGC STORE rI jii CHANGE IN THE WALLPAPERS FILM The firm of Lillard Stout having been dissolved I win continue conduct a FIRST CLASS DRUG and BOOK ESTABLISHMENT the old stand Please call your account t Iandsettle M B S T O KENTUCKY X tt I Please Take Notice I As my creditors in the cities are crowding me it is absolutely necessary that I have all that is owing me immediately This is j very important so Call at Once and Make a j This is meant foi all that owe me and I trust my friends will respond to my appeal I SALLIE D TIwc o x Kh I g OOOOOOO OQOOOoocooooooooooacooaaoaCQCCQOOO I f iplea se i 1 i I ooo OII iTTD1NVIL1Rooao et men x ETTooocaoooooaoooocoooo 5 V McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZLEY Teeth extracted without pain With Vitalized Air Office in Bookout Buildinzr Danville street oppo te PresbYLerlan church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms MUGHAL BUNK CAPITAL 5000000 J SURPLUS JlO 00000 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STOKJIES Vice C DENNY Cashier I F ROBINSON JB Aast Cashr R T EMBBYBooktecpei DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson inn S Stormea W HKinnalrd R Repseatifli Following Cooipnies1 Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile Aetna Life Ins EoaIHartfoilta tW DENTIST the t OF j I President- S Sam LDCochran KINNAIRDINSURANCE I I tiv Surveyors X493 TH V r M t n For State Senate We are authorized to announce lion Farris us u cuudidate for renoiiiiuuiioii for Senator iu this district comprising the counties of Lincoln BoyleGurrurd and Casey subject to the action of the Democratic party For Senator We are authorized to announce EWUllard as a candidate for the nomination of Senator for the 8th district subject to the action of the Democratic party T DENTIST ores Blue Grass Grocery Richmond All wort promptly and satlfact rily Charges reasonable TONSORIAL PARLORS D E DAVIS Prop LANCASTER v KENTUCKY Handsomely Fitted Clean and Comfortable Workmanship Guaranteed Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeing etc Honing of Razors a Specialty ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL Bill OF LAUOASTEB FT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Carefuland Prompt j M HISGINBOTHAK PiesldenL- XWIB Y LXAVKLL VlcePrealdeni B F HUDSOH Caahlei W O BIGNKY Assistant Cashx CD WALXIB Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHlGQINBOTHAJf LIWI8 Y LSAVMLL T M ABN OLD B F HUDSON George- T tate J Hood CIT Guaranteed J S ffice done t JPeLxan Lancaster Marble 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 Vorl s tI ywnmww iNNNNIVVNm 1 Molter Expeetant Mother 1 1 mn- EVCFg 500 hogs wanted G A Swinebroad Will pay 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 Several good work mules 15J to 1C hands high for sale G A Swine broad tf Of the 686 cotton mills in the South Texas has 17 Kentucky 7 Arkansas A beefsteak dipped in liquid air be comes as hard as a stone and can be ground into a fine powder A Detroit physician says that 75 of the people have a touch of con sumption sometime in their lives Pickled pigs heads are sent from Denmark to Ireland as the food of the poorer classes Old pastures will be gjeatly improv ed by a coating of barn yard manure early in spring The manure ought to be well rotted that it can be broken into small pieces and the scattering should be as even as possible Eighty thousand horses and mules have been shipped from this country to the English army in Africa to help fight the Boers The laws in South Carolina permit the employment of babies in the mills Children of from six to eight years are allowed to work their sweet young lives away because their povertystricken parents will hire them at 25 cents a day It is worse and more inhuman than slavery was Christian purents everywhere ought to protest against this awful crime A correspondent who has large ex perienca with cattle says that he has found zenoleum an excellent remedy to rid cattle of lice He rubs it on the body of the animal where the lice and it quickly destroys them en tirely He says that one gallon of zenoleum will make about 30 gallons mixed with watej strong enough to percent cotton appear can have a practical treatise on motherhood telling about MOTHERS FRIEND that will save months of and trouble sent free by sending name and address of self or friends to THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Go Theworld can produce nothing like Mothers Friend Sold by best Druggists 9 or sent by express paid on receipt ofprice or MorflebIe Girl 100 1 l kill lice on cattle hogs and other imals This would cost only about five cents a gallon the cheapest lice killer we know of Since the close of our war wit Spain a big cattle trade has already grown with Cuba Some idea of the trade now being conducted between the States and Cuba may be gathered from the report of the various ports where cattle have been during the past year Since May 1900 it is conservatively estimated that 150000 head have been shipped to Cuba from Florida ports alone while large shipments have been made from Mobile and ports along the gulf The steamer Dauntless famous for her connection with Cuba is now regularly engaged in the cattle trade with Cuba H A B Marksbury bought Victor Lears crop of hemp at 510 per short hundredVictor Lear bought of T S Miller 45 acres of land at 2000 It is a nice tractStrayed or stolen from my premises on Lexington street a black boar shoat weight about i5 pounds for return J A Beazley R M West bought of Geo D inson 25 of hemp average 1G64 lbs to the One man broke 410 another 364 and another 296 5 a m and 3 p m averaging 342J for four men Bob West started this item in last week but it missed Bulletin says men will urge Governor Beckham to recommend to the Legislature the passage of a law prohibiting the use of Paris Green on growing crops of and a dozen members have sig nified their intention of introducing bills prohibiting the use of this and other poisons The use of Paris Green for the destructiou of tobacco worms became nearly universal last year There is general complaint about the bad outlook for a wheat crop but some of the old farmers who have ta ken paines to investigate the situation say things are not as bad as they look They say the wheat roots are thrifty and will come out all right with weather The Lexington Gazette does not take much stock in the failure of the wheat crop It says There is much complaint of poor ap Iat Florida loaded filibustering Reward aCes acre between connectionEdThe tobacco growing alleged R wee tweed Womans Home Companion H I THE IDEAL HOWE MAGAZINE Is in its twentyeighth year is 54 a month each page II by 1 6 inches and a new utors are the most popular American writers in short is the ideal family magazine magnificently Its are edited ex and are full of interest Asahome magazine it has no if any equals 601 Pages l200 PicturesE- ACH PAGE IS EQUAL TO FOUR ORDINARY MAOAZINE PAGES Hundreds of thousands con sider it a It entertaining and of the highest order It sen i I profusely everyissue inspiringIts co in an superiors d t It already has 340000 subscribers and this number is constantly A Live Agent Wanted la Every Community Most Liberal Terms Subscription Price 100 a Year Ten Cents a Copy Send Ten a s316 we will you an engraving 20 25 inches in size Landseers famous painting or at Bay Mention this offer when you write Address WOMANS HOME COMPANION Springfield Ohio 5OOOOFor Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of 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i1UUUiUl Ul I1U UVUUlaU5m increasing Cents for copy II II II II II II II II II II II II II II U II Ie Ie Ie CI II II CI Ie II 100 j and send rt r r rt II II f I I It I t eke i pearance of wheat but as a matter of of fact it ie in very good condition save where infested with the fly Since there has not been a single dashing rain to fill the drill mark While the leaves and fox from the frost and lack of rain and snow the plants ire sound and vigorous in the drill marks but do not show above the surface and to the casual observer the outlook is unprom ising Just such conditions prevailed in the spring of 187o and prior to which began on April 15th near ly every farmer was disposed to plow of head and plumpness of grain were unsured Remarkable Cures or ItlietimiUistn From the Vindicator Rutherfordton 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 First with rheumatism in the from which he suffered pain for ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and benefit and en tire relief in very short time Second in rheumatism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by R E Mclloo erts druggist Morse Talk Do not feed corn to the colts Keep the colts clean Brush them every day Never al low manure to become packed in the hair Now when the farm work is not pressing devote some time to train ing the colts When you begin keep at it Be patient and kind but firm Dont try to teach more than thing at a time Use judgment and when you see he understands you stop and dont wear his patience out and cause him to fight you Go through the same lesson the next day and so on and in a short time he will almost anticipate your wishes Do not use blinkers while training the colt or the first time you hitch him up and you will never be obliged to Do not let him Slouch along Keep him right up in balance and make him stay there until the harness is taken Do not use the whip but the voice to encourage the colt Never whip a colt There is unusual significance in the prices paid for firstclass horses in this seasons sales The prices realized have been far in advance of last year The outlook is most satisfactory It shows an increasing love for the noble animal and that he has not lost his place in public favor If you raise one colt or ten aim to meet this demand and breed them so they wont be out of place in firstclass company Such horses never eat their heads off for you cannot keep them Ex Like Oliver Twist children ask for more when given One Minute Cough Cure Mothers endorse it highly for croup It quickly cures all coughs and colds aftd every throat and lung l asthma and has long been a well known remedy for whooping cough F P Fris bie Paste Tills tn Your Hat There are times when every news paper is called upon to suppress items which his conscience and sense of duty and obligation to his subscribers tell him he should published Boys or young men transgress the law and the newspaper man is asked to say about it because it will break the mothers heart to hear of their wick edness Those who have heeded their mothers counsel in their youth will never go very far from wrong The time to think of mother is before do wrong not afterwards The man can say that he has never whiten ed a hair of his mothers head or ad deda wrinkle to her dear face has lived nobly even should he die poor and unknown Winchester Democrat Counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are liable to cause blood poisoning Leave them alone The original has the name DeWitts upon the box and wrapper It is a harmless healing salve for skin diseases Unequalled for piles F P Frisbie The charity that begins at home is often so discouraged that it never gets any farther The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure For all throat and lung troub les this is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results consumption y P Frisbie Executors Notice All persons knowing themselves Indebted to John are requested to call npon the executors at the Dr J B Lancaster Ky and settle All persons claims against said John will them properly proved Wm J J A Robinson Executors Lancaster 6 190il ie ss jrj t the sowing are seared thenI 1case excruciating applications t fortevery- day oft I trouble It is specific for grippe and I hand Prevents Cook B March moh low trains realizing instant fling g Kin present J th 74 s a the Sir a A SUBALTERNS RIDE MY MYROX COLBY I When the terrible Sepoy war broke out fndia which our fathers and mothers re aieinber so well Sir Henry Barnard who lommanded the English forces at Merut iesired to send a messenger to Gen Anson it Delhi The distance was 40 miles through country alive with the rebels and it was believed to be all a mans life was worth to undertake the journey However there were applicants enough undertaking and it only remained for Henry to select his messenger Survey wg the young olHcers with a keen eye he picked out a slight slender fellow who had i firm mouth and an eye like a and who wore the chevrons of a lieutenant Call jig him to his side the commandant asked Do you think you can convey a missive to Gen Anson and carry it through safely I can try sir replied the young lieu tenant with an air that meant that he should do it or die in the attempt It is very important that Gen Anson should have this by early morning Have you a good horse As good as there is in the army Then be ready to start in half an hour for there is a ride before you Five minutes before the half hour had ex pired the young subaltern stood in the pres ence of his commanding officer ready to start on his dangerous mission The lives of thousands may depend on your success said the commander Be vigilant and be swift The young officer saluted mounted his horse and galloped away while the gallant old Briton wiped a tear from his sunburned cheeks as he thought of the brave messenger who had ridden as he feared to his death It was indeed a dangerous undertaking and the young lieutenant knew it but he was prepared to meet the danger All that night he rode on through the darkness the stars avoiding as far as possible the traveled highway for there the danger lay in encountering bodies of Se POs that might be on the watch On and on he rode through the jungle paths lined with hanyans mangoes and cocoanuts by watercourses that glimmered dark and silent under the stars past fields of maize Villages and hamlets he avoid ed for he could to take no risks Twothirds of the distance had been he was nearing Delhi O halted to let his foaming steed drit at n stream and he heard far off tIlt r of 1 leopard and the howls of jackal tmiar beings he had not seen or ii he hoped to reach the British liiu i Dehi without interference But suddenly as his horse dash oiind a sharp turn in the road he saw p iilng him half a dozen horsemen lie no time to turn about for they u re in 30 yards of him and the early dawn light he could distinguish the familiar uni form of silvery gray faced with scarlet and the white sun helmets denoting that they were Sepoy soars or native cavalry There was but one thing to do and that was to keep right on he could not retreat Drawing his sword and revolver the brave young officer dug his rowels into the sides of his horse and punged forward One of the Sepoys feil hr a bullet from his revolver swarthyvisaged native was cleft half to the middle a stroke of his heavy saber and he broke through them and was away like the wind without a scratch that a bullet from a carbine had barely grazed his scalp causing a tiny ripple of blood to run slowly down his face The cry of Halt Shoot time Feringhee from his pursuers and the beat of hoofs him and he knew that they were in pursuit and meant to run him down It was momentarily growing lighter the eastern sky was all aflame and the sun would soon be up the greater would be his danger by daylight for he might run into other parties of the enemy and besides he could not so easily elude the pur suers already on his track He did not dare to look back but he could hear the pound ing of the hoof strokes of his pursuers and he expected any moment to feel the sting of a bullet from their carbines For an hour this exciting chase kept on and then some thing happened While passing a low line of bushes that lay in his path the Englishman saw a slen der figure in white rise suddenly like a ghost and raised his rifle There was a swift sharp report and as it rung out his horse stumbled to its lances pitching over its head He alighted somewhat stunned but still unhurt and seeing at a glance that his horse was wholly disabled he bent and ran swiftly toward the thicket of bushes He gained their shelter and then forward still deeper into their recesses for he could hear his pursuers close behind him He had no thought but to escape his ene mien by some means and get to Delhi to de liver his message and he meant to do it He came to a sudden stop as he saw an open glade in front and beyond at the farther side small ruined Hindu temple Hope now lent speed to the fugitive here was a of refuge or at least a place could sell his life dearly if brought to bay He had fairly time to scramble up the steps and drop down behind a couple of fallen columns when the maddened Sepoys were upon him There were a dozen of them now and their threats were frightful to hear They stood in wholesome fear of the young officers revolver and halted at a respectful distance You had better surrender Feringhee who seemed to be their leader answer the lieutenant dischaged his revolver taking the best aim possible and had the satisfaction of seeing the Sepoy bite the dust A furious howl arose from hit companions and the next moment they made a rush Three four five shots rang out and two of the Sepoys fell but the rest kept on turn bling up the stairway and over the broken columns only to find that their expected prey them In the midst of the smoke he had rushed in through the temple and out at the rear and before they fairly realized the the gallant youth had seized one of their own horses which stood tethered to a tree and was galloping away While they Were struggling to unfasten their horses and remount there was the sound of a bugle close at hand and a squad of English cavalry can tered by thus rendering all pursuit useless The subaltern met with no further ad venture and as he gained the open he saw far off the suns rays flashing on the minarets of the Jami Musjid A little later placed his message in the hands of Gen Anson within the English lines He had ac complished his mission and two month afterward when the rebellion was over he was rewarded for his bold venture by receiv a captains commission That was 43 ago and the brave subaltern who made that long night ride to Delhi is now the 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