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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I Entered at tile Post Office Lancaster Ky an Second Clanf Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 21 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tfa ttJ ENTA PEAR in NUMBBR 51 l f 4 he ELti LAS Buy your Plows Plow Gear Wagon Breeching From us and save money We have a lot of Col lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains The best and most complete line HARNESS and SADDLERY We have ever had and our prices will please you J R J A BeazleyCoF- uneral Directors COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooa i ooodooooosoooobooooooooooooaoooooo I IIASELDEN r 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 fcANCASTGR AND VICINITyr 1oooeescooooooooO eooeeooeeeoooooowewoooooeoeeeeeooooeooooeoeeeeeeee Seed at Curreys County Court next Monday Seed potatoes of kinds Curreys Joseph leads the van on dress goods this spring Fields minstrels is the biggest and best on the road There will be work at the Masonic lodge Tuesday night If you want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey Piping and fixtures valves piping steam guages etc at Conns Al Field will draw like a porus at the Opera House on the 22nd Wanted Car load iron and bones II B NorthcottV Do not fail to see the fad in flannels for spring suits J C Hemphill Forty head cattle for Sale J E Allen at Mrs Ellen Poors farm tf Joseph is far of all others in dress goods novelties and underwear Ladies day at Bowling Alleys Thursday afternoon from 230 to 5 p m Seed Potatoes at Ward Sympsons Ohio Burbank at the right price Take your carriage etc to Conn and have it repaired in uptodate order Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay lor inferior goods at other places The festive candidate will give you the glad hand Monday So will our collector Ernest Brown 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 Curreyij You will find a handsoms line of carpets and mattings at The Logan Dry Goods Co Garden at T plaster Rose r all i ahead C f YjJ lJlfff Z Jfff i T7f1 I CARPETS and I 4 MATTa Carryv a Nice fc Line of 0 WeE I 0 Carpets Rugs v Mailings Ife We have just received a handsome ff line of Carpet Samples consisting of M Wool Ingrains f Tapestry Brussels 1 Velvets and Moquetts I e2 I j I So we are prepared to give you any thing you may carpet line I I o themo f T1I8LOali ooffsG Co 0 o o00 or o X0000 o t oo Buggies Surries Pheatons Harness Saddles Bridles Etc at bargains Conns Carriage Shop 30 broke mules 15 to 10 hands high Jeff Dunn Bryaritsville Ky Ward Sympson are selling every thing at the lowest price for CASH or produce It will pay you to see them W A Traylor wants two or three thousand bushels of wheat Apply to him at Gilberts Creel tf J C Hemphill has tl 3 Royal Rin kles a monthly that he will present to those who will ask for it The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard are quite popular If you want a strictly firstclass meal go over next Sunday The Blue Grass Grocery Store is for all kinds of Grass Seed and Seed Oats at lowest prices Finest corn at per can Go to Stormes Drug Store and re serve a seat for Al Fields Minstrels at Opera House Friday night 22nd Biggest show on the road Capt W H Harris met with fair success in Junction City with his min strels A driving snow storm inter fered with the attendance On Public Square a gold locket watch charm Return to J M ginbotham and receive reward Thomas Barnes of this county a soldier in the civil war committed suicide at the Soldiers Home Dan ville Ills by shooting himself I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are us ing it Miner Son Notice to Trustees The census lists have arrived and are ready for distributionElisa Supt Make Wards mill your headquar ters when wanting corn or wheat ground We treat you nice and serve you promptly Bates the Miller Spring is here time to think about planting garden Dont forget Ward Sympson is the only place in town you can get Landreths Seed in bulk Ladies dont buy your spring outfit until you have called at Josephs You will be surprised at the many hand some goods and the exceedingly low prices Wheat Wanted II A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand bush els of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf 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 We call attention to the ad of A E Gibbons in this issue Mr Gibbons has a complete and uptodate stock of goods ana what he sells you is just as he represents it to be Special Sunday Meals The new Garrard Hotel makes a specialty of Sunday dinners and sup pers All delicacies of the season pre pared in excellent manner Bust Show of the Season Dont fail to see Al Fields at the Opera House Friday night March 22 Best band and comedians on the road Dont fail to see Fields Minstrels at Opera House Friday night The very best music and star comedians will give you the worth of your mon ey Seats at Stormes Drug Store I have now a rubber plant for the purpose of putting on the cel ebrated Victor Rubber We can put them on while yuo wait Wi J If you are in you should get in the way of a spring suit I will take pleasure in assisting you as I try to keep posted in regard to the styles etc J C Hemphill The court day rush will not prevent us waiting on you promptly at Wards mill The best of every king in our line and plenty qt it Bates t ne Miller All who four speak in the highest terms of It Call for White Swan and Gilt Edge then you know you are getting something good Bates the Miller I For Sale headquarters 5c Lost Hig ire RomansI hat useWards C mar 21 Fashion Journal C C Minstrels orchestra doub about IreaehliiK at Methodist Church Regular preaching services next Sunday at 11 a m No preaching at night The pastor requests that his people worskipatPresbyterian church When you want Garden that will grow and are true to name go to Ward Sympson and get Land reths seed They have them in bulk You get the most and best for the least The music made by the Lancaster orchestra was highly complimented Friday night The house was as cold as a stepmothers heart which made it impossible to keep the instruments in tune Just Ucceived 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 School Children We will pay 100 for the best pic ture of a black cat Must be ten or more contestants See our card in show window The Logan Dry Goods Co Mr W A Trone who did the finest and best carriage painting last year ever done in Lancaster will remain with me again this season If you want first class work bring it in W J Romans C T U Entertainment A Parlor Meeting will be held in the W C T U rooms this Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock at which Dr Woods and Miss Clay will speak All ladies are cordially invited to attend We have just received a new line of carpet samples ranging in price from 25c to 115 per yard We are prepar ed to cut make and put your carpets down Give us a call The Logan Dry Goods Co Notice The time is up to settle your school tax for the year 1900 If not paid in the next few days leavys will be made and advertised in this paper as the law directs E W Harris Collector The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Ophelia Dunn Saturday af ternoon THE RECORD will publish the meeting place of not only thisbut all other societies if the announce ments are sent us before time of going to press Paid In Full York Life pany through its agent paid the in surance on the life of J V Cook to his children Mrs J A PobinsonMrs J B Kinnaird and W R Cookamount of insurance 2500 Tux Rate in Mercer The fiscal court has fixed the Mer cer county tax levy at 60 cents per 100 taxable property The total amount of taxable property thisyear is 5121 380 against 4852395 last year The poll tax was fixed at 150 Notice of Dissolution 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 Take Notice As I have sold myk livery stable it is important call at once and pay your account with me as all this business must be closed without This notice is for all who are on my books W B Burton Farm For Sale I have a farm of 130 acres for sale a portion of which is in grass and the balance is suitable for corn hemp or wheat It is about four miles from Lancaster and will be sold at a and I will give you possession at once 314tf J C HemphilU First Class Workmen- I am prepared to make contracts for all kinds of outside painting having a number of practical painters to do the work Long experience enables us to guarantee every job turned out Spe cial attention to paper hanging mar21tf Milton Sneed Do You Want The Job The editor has been confined to his bed nearly all week by a severe case of grip accompanied by a touch of rheg matism But heres this issue of THE RECOKD as usual which was gotten up without any assistance whatever If any of the many storestove and streetcorner sages lounging about town want a job we will employ them to get out the next issue Circuit Court Judge Saufley was well enough to occupy the bench on Monday morning when the second trial of Luther Ray for killing Edgar Brown at the last November election was begun Half the day was consumed in procuring a jury The speeches in the case will probably be finished by noon today acid the case given to the jury The grand jury adjourned yesterday hav ing found twenty indictments none of which are of general interest Court will continue through next week SeedSeed Miner Sun v New InsuranceCom that you intended bargain i S t The delay 1 1 Formerly Preached Here THE RECOUP received a postal from Mr W D Rash of Lexington saying his father Rev A D Rash who was pastor of the Lancaster Baptist church about twentyfive years ago had died in that city last week He had charge of the church at Stanford at the same time he preached here Intererestiiig Series of Meetings The series of meetings commenced by Dr J L McKee at the church Sunday are being well attended and the members of the church and many others are much interest therein Services are held at three oclock in the after noon and seven in the evening Civil Service A civil service examination will in Danville April 20 The places to be filled are typewriter clerkqua ified as typewriter general land office service elevator conductor press feeder promotion to clerk railway mail clerk skilled la borer stenographer and typewriter Home At Auction As I am going to leave Danville I will on Thursday March 21st at 10 oclock a m sell at auction my home in that city Persons in search of a house at moderate price and on easy terms should not Go see the house before day of sale H Giovannoli Real Estate Exchanged Mr W B Mason exchanged his house and lot valued at 1500 on Wa ter Street for Eld Jesse Waldens handsome residence and eight acres of lend valued 3500 on Lexington Mr Masbrt paying 2000 the difference in value and moving to his newly acquired estate while Dr H G Sandlin will occupy the house vacated by him Beware of the Wagons Harrodsburg Sayings In several counties in the Blue Grass and we they will soon be in this county men with wagons are going about selling goods by sample It is said that a number of unsuspected persons have been imposed upon by these fakirs and that what they ship not only does not come up to sample but that charges follow on the goods that the purchaser novel agreed to pay Better keep your money at home and buy from your local merchants who treat you fairly and sell you all class es of merchandise as cheap as you will be able to get them from any one of the wagons Presbyterian manifesting beheld stenographerand good miss this chance Beware avenue understand Elks in Danville A dispensation has been granted for the formation of a lodge of Elks in Danville Among the prominent pro moters are Guy Wiseman VV G Dun lap Martin Welch W S RowlandDr E M Green Dr George Green Dr Rice Cowan and Dr J There are thirtyeight applications for membership and the lodge will probably contain sixty members Mr O B Perkins one of Garrards most welltodo farmers committed suicide at an early hour Monday morn ing by shooting himself with a large army revolver Mr Perkins was one of the most successful farmers in this section of the state but illness in his family had caused him much worry and this is believed to be the cause which led to the act The remains were interred in the Lancaster Ceme tery Tuesday An Apology We ask the pardon of our subscrib ers for sending THE RECORD out printed on such inferior quality of pa per The house from which it was bought had always treated us fairly and it was a great surprise to find the last shipment of paper so bum Part of this edition is printed on the same paper but it is a case of have to and we hope to have good material for next week The entire lot has been shipped back to the house from which it was bought Graded School Contest The Contest held at the Opera House Friday night was one of the best and most interesting ever held in The speakers came in the order named in last issue of THE RECORD and so well did each render their se lection that much speculation was indulged in as to whom the judges would award the honors The young ladies contest was won by Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts the beautiful little twelveyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs R E McRoberts Mr Green Clay Walker was decided winner of the boys contest and Master Dick Anderson off first in vocal mu sic The instrumental music contest was not held but will take place later on The house was well filled which shows the interest the people have in the school The order was perfect none of the usual hooting and yelling being indulged in which fact speaks well for the youngsters in the audi ence The proceeds will be used in putting the school rooms in applepie order for the tournament I I II Letcher SuIcide I carried Lancaster Primary in Lincoln The following were nominated In the Democratic primary in Lincoln county Saturday M F for Representative James P Bailey Judge M S Baughman Sheriff M G Reynolds Assessor Dink Farmer Jailer Garland Singleton tendent G B Cooper for County Clerk and Harvey Helm County At torney had no opposition WITHDRAWS To the Democrats of the Eighteenth Senatorial District Several months since when I yield ed to the repeated requests of many of my friends and announced for the Democratic nomination from this dis trict I did not then contemplate that my business environments would be changedSince that time I have disposed of my interest in the drug business and assumed the business management of the Columbia Printing Co and the Danville News having been previous ly largely interested in this enterprise and more recently having purchased the larger part of the stock of the above concern Under the circumstances I think it would be unwise to continue in the race though I should secure the nomi nation My new field of labor will re quire my undivided attention- I feel that my duty to my business interests to those who look to me for support and to the Democratic party demands that I make this plain state ment of facts and in withdrawing from the race it is unnecessary to state to those who know me but for the benefit of any who may not that the nominee will receive my hearty and energetic support The many friends who have so and warmly assured me of their cooperation and support I de sire to thank assuring them that I will ever cherish their evidences of interest in my welfare as bright sun beams along my way and consider that while circumstances have made my withdrawal necessary I have the satisfaction of knowing I have added new to my list of sincere friendsTo who opposed me I have no feeling of resentment knowing that they too were my friends and that we all had the same object in view viz to do the best thing for the good of the party of the people Again wishing the Democratic success let us all at the proper time put our shoulders to the wheel and work to that end E W LILLARD forth Sup rin generously n a m e s party oo x oo x NEW SPRING STYLES Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Are Arriving Daily See our Merchant Tailoring Samples H T LOGAN The One Price Cash Clothier and Furnisher I I I I NEW I I I I I j I I I I IJ II J III 11 I I 3t 2J H f H IREADY 4- o oooe oo E o 0000000000 SPRING and Lines of Merchant MY I lID SUMMER 0 TAILORING Are now 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 A Snit 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 Yours For Business J C HemphSIL I I in I 0 I your10 r i jJlfffJ Q Squarer s 3 GKNTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY tODJS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY IN ADVANCE 100- KRMB THURSDAY MARCH 21 1901 ANDREW CAKNEGIE who is one of the richest men in the country has proven to the world that the posses sion of money does not make misers of all men and that when blessed with an abundance of this worlds goods it is possible to be of benefit to mankind Mr Carnegie announced last week that he had retired from business and set aside an immense fund for the purpose of aiding and the employees of his company In addition to this noble act he has given public libraries to many cities and towns in some instances donating thousands of dollars therefor As sta ted above this shows that all rich men are not closefisted or as mean as the devil Mr Carnegie has made the world better by having lived in itand his acts go to show what good can be done with money if the possessor thereof is inclined to it that way SINCE his death the papers have been full with good things about ex President Harrison The papers that the most bitter during his life are now among the loudest in singing his praises Such doings give us a greenapple pain If you know any good of a man tell it while he is alive dont wait until there is some four feet of earth between he and you This is much like covering a grave with flow ers While there are only a few who may feel inclined to pjace a rose on final resting not roasting place vet we would appreciate the kindness more much more if they would send it in now while we may enjoy its fra grance CourierJournal has a column headed The Sick List Now this Is infringing upon we rural roosters entirely too much The sick list is to be looked after solely by the cross roads press It is our special duty to announce the time that John Jones goes on this list This the and accomplished Sally Brown and the arrival of tile bouncing ba by boys are terms to which we have an ironclad deed and waft the city COFFEE C F BLAME CO SOLE AGENTS JONI YBA B fiC 25 assisting were TilE Jf Jf J- ff 8ASE SANBORN B BALL U y use our beautiful t r 1M1 boys to respect our rights WE notice every few days where new secret orders are organized and lodges established over the country There are now twothirds more of them than existed ten years ago Enough money is wasted in such fool ishness to defray the expenses of church in the country and enough left over to buy the preacher a new straw hat There are only two possibly three of these orders that accomplish any good for mankind and when making this assertion we know whereof we speak Mil R O CUNNINGHAM has of his stock in the Danville News and will henceforth shove the editorial quill exclusively on that the business affairs being looked after by Capt E V Lillard Mr C made the News an interesting paper even when handicapped by having other cares of the office upon his shoulders and now that he has a clear track the News will be brighter than ever Yernon Richardson will look after the locals THE annual meeting of the Oratorical Association will be held in Lexington April 12 The spoiling of a lot of good railsplittin material will take place at the same time A Good Cough Medicine for Children I have no hesitancy in Chamberlains Cough Remedy P Moran a well known and popular baker of Petersburg Ya 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 best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by 11 E McRoberts drug gist TEAfERSVILLE raster Bert Jones sold t Wm a nice sow for 152 Mr Alex Walker sold to W O Wear en a bunch of nice shoats at S475 so bought of various parties more at the same price Those who keep notes or other valuables about their premises must be on the alert as there are fail indications reported of thieves around so every one should be carefuisjnd saely lock their houses Little Carf Curtis has been quite sick bet js improving Mrs Curtis is also better The friends of Mr Clarence Wearen are rejoiced to hear he has accepted a lucrative pos ition n a packing establishment in and is delighted with the country Miss Susie Sandidge will return the later part jg this week frjn a protracted visit tf JJanviig hind other points Mr W K Lea veil h been visiting his aunt Mrs Jasper Bogie Rev Pike was in our midst Sunday en from Gi lead where he had bS regular appointment Mr and Mrs Walker and little daughter have been the guests of Mrs WJers parents at Bryantsville Mrs Wflj JYall in her usual hospitable way on last Monday Mesdames Sam Cotfaoftj Alex and Kemp Walker and their aunt Mrs Mooerly of lllinofs Miss Myrtle Bay of near Saunders Jepry hasto the delight of numerous been the pleasant guest of her friend Mrs Kemp Walker Miss Ray here and her visits are AgokeaVfCrwarci to with pleasant an as she is quite a popular young yf Mrs entertained some qf t eCi9ki ple club in her Mr Pieces made a bus iness trip to Fpxtownv Johnnie sister Miss Carrie relatives jn Madison t i i every disposed paper Intercollegiate recommending says F recommended Davis ale money considered California Lincoln y entertained sel ins ar Brown I hay th serer prowling filled Wee admirers L honor Frank and visited al PAINT LIOK E W Norris sold a nice gelding to Sam Henderson for 55 Sam Henderson sold a nice harness mare t C B Engleman for 7500 Sam Jennings bought of Robert Hamilton a combined gelding for 5 The little folks here were delighted by the performing bear on our streets i MondayFayet Sebastin had a stroke of par alysis Tuesday and he is in a critical condition Oar merchants are looking for a big l trade this spring They all have their j store houses full of new lot has been selected to build the bank on and the committee is ready to receive bids for the building Curry Riceson of Mr Guy Rice was walking on the fence and fell and broke his arm It has been but a short time since lIe broke his other oneJim Rucker went to Berry SundaY to see his home folks Mrs Alice Tudor of Perryville up to see her son Fayet Sebastin who is in a critical condition Dr Mack Elliot and family of Bryantsville were a visit this week Mr William Gaufney a teamster here had two horses to die in a week He is a poor man and a hard worker and depended solely on his team for living The good people here that are always willing to help the needy soon made up enough money to buy him another one Mr A B Ely has invented a buggy spindle that dots away with the tap and is so arranged that you can take off the wheel and oil it in seconds and not get your hands black ed up and not a bit of dust or grit can get on the spindle and the oil cannot get off Mr Ely says he has been work ing on it for thirty years and he now has a fortune in his hands Kemarkalile Cures of Klieiiiiiatlsm From the Vindicator Rntherfordton 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 shoulder from which he suffered ex cruciating pain for ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afllicted and realizing instant 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 E McRoo erts druggist BETTIS Jack Bourne sold to T J Herring of Marksbury sixteen sheep at 4cts Some of the farmers have taken ad vantage of the spring days and have began gardening See auctioneer Am Bourne before selling your stock Monday He will make you 20 per cent on everything The community was greatly shocked to hear of the death of Mr M Perkins of the Sweeney neighborhood Sev from this community attended the funeral Tuesday We extend sympathy to the bereaved family Mr John Underwood and wife of Hubble visited Mr William Bourne and wife Sunday Mrs John claw of Preachersyille visited her pa rents here Wednesday Mrs Will foot Watkins and pretty baby Miss Anna Bettis visited at Mr Eras Dunns Sunday 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 Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin You will never sutler from Constipa tion Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Troubles McRoberts drug store STONJS L L bought of Floyd Brooks a sow and eight pigs 1 C S Sanders sold bushels of hemp seed for S2Q bushel Mr Mat Folger sold to Clark his crop of tobacco at per lb Floyd Sadders sold to L M Crutch field five barrels of corn at 225 per barrel and also five barrels to Join Sparks at 250 per barrel Messrs John and L went to High Bridge on a business trip last Wednesday Mr Floyd Sanders went to Nicholasville on business day Mrs Nannie Lewis has return ed from a several days visit with rel and friends in Madison Mr Hiram Ray ol Buckeye spent Sunday with Mr G W Mr and Sanders spent with their grandfather Mr J M of Judspn Misses Beatrice Sanders and Limiic Preston were the guests of Misses yjpla end Ida Folger Sun day Mr and Mrs J spent last Wednesday with MrsT L Sanders and family An feUJcno far Xa Grippe George w Waitt of outh Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills nd 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 chills cold and grip Have all left me I the manufacturers of a lion medicine For sale by R E Mo i i j e goods- A I ofT came hereon wrench It i l 1 thee applications bra UI eral Holt and emus 4 for a per Jam s fits LSanders last Tues arises on Mrs C S Honest Garq per II Rnh t rt 4 s l fly dose of Sanders seeoral rid Sanders Sanders congratulate a WAJLLACETON Rev T R How 5s failed to fill leis regular appointment here Sunday be cause of the serious condition of his eyesE B Wallace contemplates moving his mill this week to a point about six miles East from Beara where he has bought a large boundary of fine timberMrs Walker Baker has thorough bred Brown Leghorn chickens from offers to sell eggs at 25 cts per setting of 13 This is surely a rare chance to secure a stock of the best layers for the least money More sod is being broken and a larg er acreage of corn will be planted in this section this spring than for years before Last year sixty dollars worth of clover and timothy seed was on the farm of Mrs Parks and alrea dy all but twelve acres of it has been broken with a probability of turning the rest a little later because of so poor a set of grass Owing to the breaking up of the Soper family as a result of the death of Mrs Soper some six weeks ago it became necessary for Clarence a boy fourteen years old who several years has been living there as one of the family to find another home In less than two weeks sever al were offered him one or two which as good as one could ask but he determined to secure an instead of only a good home accordingly went to Berea on the 11th inst where he will attend school A position has already been secured for him by which he can pay all ex penses as he goes and yet have time suilicient for his lessons If scores of other outs all over our country had such a disposition and grit instead of talking slang sucking cigaretts and indulging in other accompanying hob its in a few years we would have more MEN and fewer THINGS iibmit us We extend to him our i infest congratulations and in belt if r our community point to him pride as an example for other buys lo emu late The stomach controls the situation Those who are hearty and strung are those who can eat and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di gests 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 but do you good The most sensitive stomachs can take it F P JJUYANTSVILLE Mr C C Becker we are glad to say js able to be out again Mr Dunn Sr was kicked horse Just Monday ant seriously Master Jacob Stedman while play ing at school fell from a trey and was seriously but not fatally hurt Born to the wife of Mr Tom Noris a fine girl baby on the 8th also to the wife of Tom Morfard on the 14th a Died on the 13th Mrs Susan Dick erson of the Beuna Vista neighbor hood She was in her 89th year a good woman and liked by all who knew her We sympathize with the family in their sad bereavement Miss Mamie Hawkins of Marcellus was the pleasant guest of Mrs J S Dunn on last Saturday and Sunday Wesley Walker of Teatersville Saturday and Sunday with his father A R Arnold Wm Dunn of Paint Lick was to see hisgrandmoth er who Ijas been quite ill Mrs lion nah Mulllns undMJss Mirie Dunn were shopping In your city Monday Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden have gone to the city where she will pur her spring millinery Miss Alta Boner of Camp Nelson was the charming visitor of Mrs Pearl Beck er on last Sunday Mr J D Barbee of New York spout lust Sunday with his uncle Mr S Dickerman Mrs Annie Wallace spent a part of last week with relatives in and was accompanied home by sister Miss Mary CaJter Like Oliver Twist children ask for more when giyen Qne CougH Cure it highly It cures ai coughs and and every tlirpat and lung It is a specific fqr grippe and Asthma and has long been a well known for whpppjng cough F P Frig bin It is not what we know about the next world that frightens us but whal we dont know 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 Pre vents consumption Frisbie When a man Isnt willing Lice what he preaches its time for him to give up preaching Counterfoils of Witch Hazel Salve are liable to cause blood Leave The original has the DeWjtts upon the box and It Is a jiarrnless and healing salye for for piles F P Truth is Time changeg it from day to day SQ that its pwn mother wouldnt recognize jt Agenpy la pet 17 1899 PePsIn Syrup Gp III Gents I have used jr fialdwells 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 drug store I whiclishe sown for were education It wit II Frisbee Toni bra injured girl spent J Minute for remeql F P toprac poisoning them is s Il Roberts i t 0 Ii 1 I Williamson oft and chase her quickly colds trouble alone name wrapper skip Une called Frisbte eternal but Trouble C l1 kki The low price at which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some Full information with each package Save the signatures soldat usefularticle WHKVF OUTLOOK jitinii lllllouiucyer UI the Weather Condition II F Ilillenmeyer in Lex Herald Just now much uncertainty tills the farmers mind about the wheat out Ipok This uncertainty Is not perhaps so much with the farmer as with the miller the grain dealer the railroad people the twine makers and the im plement sellers And then trades men mechanics and laboring people are deeply interested Wheat is mar keted just in time to pay July to square up with the and haymaker to lay by for hands and hemp cutting and little of the half million that Fayettes wheat crop brings in goes perms neat savings To casually over the fields just now is anything but encouraging They are brown bare and in strong contrast to their appearance a year ago when every farmer was with the question or not to graze The winter has not been a cold one but since November 20 very with no sppw and many sharp reg ular Western winter in fact all save tho cpld and snow The drill marks are as deep today as when the seed was committed to earth The plants are in the bottom of the drill marks sound and vital but with frosted giving np apparent evi deuce pf capability tp yield an hun dred folfl The weather last fall was very dry very warm and the fly quite abundant Fro pi ipfestefl fields it is hoping HjajrjSt ppp great yields But in dry are disposed to seed deeply which is all right if weather conditions favor afterward but unfortunately this was not the case last your The rains like the breaking of the doctors chaise came all in a dump and came so gently and so copiously that the earth packed like a vise around the deeply sown plants and as was expected by familiar with the minutia of seed sowing they damped off Many fields entirely free of fly front this error in seeding and such excellent yields outcome will be can put of is overestimated is a temperature ad the spring be and tlierp will be little tijlering pf the nnediate Jqiqting and a light of straw the spring be wet raw cold and long continued tfte plant tiller immensely and yjelr resu In view of a mild winter devoid of both rain and snow it is easy to as sume that spring will not linger in the lap of winter and that the returns from this golden grain of life will yet till every pulse and artery of ou r commerce harvester tobacco lop struggling tograze drYt frostsa eayes pod to suffered ret What the I ye he fear Jut p 1pp H yet stand would i uP N4rse accounts into titles farmers everyone return enoon forecast t question i 1 Ratter bu d domestic a = IITIITIOI 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 Railroad fare paid both ways when S1000 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 Ulinter tourist Octets FLORIDA ORLEANSCUBA AND TO ALL SOUTHERN TOURIST R6SWTS ARE NOW ON AUH AT RpuCco RATES PROM ALL POINTS OM THE t NEW for 8750 Wl T G anew Only 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and New Orleans Cafe Parlor and Cars Free reclining Chair Cars superb vestibuled trains Through Pull mans Cincinnati to Chattanooga Knox ville 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 dour tickets Via the Queen c Route and Ry A travelef of wide says to the by over the jccfit ripute its connec in rest is unbroken on the smooth rock ballasted roadway You are not annoyed by change cars Fatigue some the natural scenery in America W J MURPHY W C RINEARSON Age Observation gF of trip YHce nns 111 comfort Qeal Manager f t cent Southern experience leisure the going S o lien Pus r cIt k c TOWN PROPERTY As administrator of Mrs Nannie E Carpen ter I will ou Monday March 25 1901 door in Lan caster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville and Lexington streets Property Is in good repair well located and Any persons having claims against said Mrs E Carpenter will present them to me properly evrified before March 1901 Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bras I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one Is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HERNDON tf Assignee Blue Grass NURSERIES Spring 190K FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREKS SHRUBS ROSES Grapes Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Lawn and Garden Prices right as we pay no agents but direct to the planter General Nur sery and Strawberry catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Hartford Conneticut German Americas Phenix of Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merduutile I publicly dtJrore the court dayof22 desiring Orchard FoUoW I 4 Brook etIaLif8Iat aJ gf Hlrlford house neighborhood I self Rerell Coffij q hIeeut Palati e National n CNi- r NEW SPRING MILLINERY We have just returned from the Eastern markets and will this season display the largest stock of ever shown n Lancaster Quick sales small profits our motto Stylish hats low prices satisfaction to our custom ers our aim Respectfully NOEL SISTERS THE LEADING MILLINERS I Millinery y Ii t f l CENTRAL RECUR THURSDAY MARCH 21 1901 ROOT people 99091 tfumi OOOCO 9 OOOOOWO Mr Jim Burnside has been in on business Mr Hugh T Logan is in the cities buying new goods Miss Lilly Noel returned from New York last Saturday Miss Nannie Douglassof Versailles is visiting friends in this city Miss Maggie Tomlinson entertained a few friends Saturday evening Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson gave a card party Thursday evening Mrs A H Rice and Mrs Louis Lan dram visited friends in Danville Mon dayMiss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Katie Simp son Dr B F Walters and wife the crokinole club Thursday eve ningMiss Eliza Smith has returned from a pleasant visit to relations in Lex ington Mrs John Anderson is in Lexington visiting her daughter Mrs W T BrowningMr Faulconer Jr has return ed from a visit to Williamstown and CincinnatiAnother fine son has been added to the already interesting family of Dr J B Kinnaird Misses Petty and Bettie Arnold are learning the millinery trade in Miss Dove Harris store The many friends of Judge M C Saufley are glad to learn of his recov ery from recent illness Mr Chas of will arrive next week to visit relatives and friends here Mr and Mrs R Hackley Mr and Mrs George Lane of Lower Garrard were visitors in this city Monday ing Mr J W Miller and wife Miss Lizzie Simpson of Marksbury is visiting her cousin Miss Mattie and Mary Thompson West Danville St Ed Minor has returned from Louis ville He is much improved and stood his recent sufferings remarkably well Miss Inez Teale arrived Saturday from Cincinnati She will have charge of the trimming room at Noel Sisters this season Louis Landram attended a meeting of the executive committee Ken tucky Press Association in Louisville Monday afternoon Miss Fannie Norris of Circleville Ohio has arrived and will take charge of the trimming in Miss Dove Harris new millinery store The Maids and Matrons sewing club will meet next Tuesday after noon with Mrs Louis Landram and Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury His friends will regret to learn that Capt W J Kinnaird is again confined to a Cincinnati He is suffering from throat trou ble Lexington Herald Messrs Milton and Nathan Elliott of this city have returned from Camp Robinson where they spent several days with their brother Dr W Mac Elliott Last week we said that we would make it to your interest to BUYYOUR SHOES NOW And we mean it are in low prices on nigh grade come in and talk with us in anyway let us show you cur Big New Stock of Peters shoes the faptgry Jf flQntneed shqes ijqw you Win lar ygu inqqey yq Want tq know Hand we pan save you money us prove it shoes or us We have a big assorti mans of all kinds ard Sympson I i entertained Shinglebower hospital tr shoes from ron t md ifw caP Let Dress workshoesits onto I 0oooeeoooooeooooo00000000ooooot N Louisville x j Louisville refpp t many 1 S 1 1 you interested come fresh aye Vh Livingston Colonel Mrs Samuel Ward is visiting relatives in Garrard county M rs Patterson was out from Lancaster this week making arrangements about a State Encamp ment of the W C T U in April The removal to Boyle county by Mr and Mrs John S Baughman has caused much regret to the many friends of this popular young couple No young people were ever held in higher es teem than were they and we trust their visits to their old home will be frequent Fields Minstrels Good attractions generally draw good houses Al G Field never fails to draw big houses He has a tine show and the people recognize the fact that it is a clean wholesome en tertainment Mr Field has spared neither pains nor money in bringing together the grandest array of talent seen with an organization of this character Heading the list of famous features are those marvels of the art acrobatic the Famous Faust Family doing a new act of seemingly impos sible feats They are undoubtedly the most famous people in their line They are great in every sense of the word in fact a great feature with a great show There are many other great people with the Al G Field Big in fact it is a company of great people Knetzger the master spirit of ambidexterity who is the greatest artist in his line of business the stage has ever known is also featured with this great show Not the least feature of the Al G Field Big Minstrels is M E Gates concert musical organization that has among its members many soloists This band gives two grand concerts each day one during the parade at 1100 a m and another at 7 p m in in front of the opera house At Gar rard Opera House Friday night March 22nd Admission 35 50 and 75 cents Reserved seats on sale at Stormes The Next Hemp Crop The indications are for a large in crease in the acreage of hemp over last year There is nothing particu lar that can be said about the outlook for the crop this year Preparations for planting are progressing rapidly as the weather will permit Most of the county report conditions generally favorable with a large in crease in the acreage With the pres ent high prices over the crop 189 many farmers will be stimulated to sow hemp and we predict quite an acreage of land will be planted in hemp that will need fertilizers to produce hemp of sufficient length and vt eight to make it profitable There fore we would suggest the use of fer tilizer otherwise the result will be an inferior short hemp that breakers would mostly make into tow Bur dett Powell and Jones Baughman of Hustonville used fertilizer last year on land they were satisfied would not produce hemp of sufficient length but the fertilizer had the desired effect producing hemp seven to eight feet in height a splendid yield very fine soft fiber and heavy weight In sowing they used about sixty quarts to the acre and the cost of the fertilizer was 30 per ton There is no crop that is as beneficial to the county as a hemp crop it is naturally distributive es pecially does it help the laboring class the merchant and the farmer and the best of all it does not impoverish the land The Kind Lancaster Needs Mr A H Bastin has purchased the Wortham property on depot street and will immediately begin making improvements thereon THE RECORD will take advantage of this to speak a word in regard to the good work Mr Bastin has done for Lancaster since he came here a years ago He purchased the telephone exchange when that useful institu tion was in might be called its infancy Without any flourish of trumpets he went quietly to work ma king improvementsrunning new lines and securing outside connections un til now Lancaster has probably the best exchange in Kentucky The in struments are all firstclass wires of large size and the best poles to be have taken the place of the old ones Mr Bastin stopped all mon key business over the wires put good operators at the boards and you can now get the quickest service to be ob tained from any company Every cent of the money paid out was given to people vyhQ spent it here in Lancaster that is was to do so The people offered all kind pf ipdjice en s to soil ex cfcange tP t em but he hz s ly refpsed fpr which stand the peor pie ought to feel deeply grateful The RECORD is exceedingly glad to extend the right of fellowship to citi zens who help the town in this way He believes in pulling for the town and when necessary pulling out the cash to back any enterprise Such a great contrast to the skin who sticks to his money like a pores plaster ever attractive banda drug store sections opportunity few hat obtained po siQle aye J George Minstrels deli kim persist band men are flint A f I Overflow Locali A cynic says a girls mission in life is to change her dress her mind and her name We have just received a lot of extra fine letter envelopes and bill heads We can please you in both work and prices Give trial before sending your work away If you doht like it it costs you not a cent j Business For Sale- j Having made arrangements to i in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker tf Bryantsville Good Fits Guaranteed- I will have an experienced man to take measures for suits this season Fits and quality guaranteed Prices as low the lowest Several hundred samples from three of the best tailor ing houses in America See me before buying M D Hughes Rates Reduced to California Q A 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 C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati for particulars tilap30 Think About Tills We are here to stay All we have is located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesome haircut Certainly not Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan the old reliable barber tf Take the Queen Crescent Route If you are North or South el egant trains quick time All Q C trains connect in Central Union Sta tion 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 Low Rates Queen d Crescent Route To the following meetings Knights of Honor Grand Lodge of Kentucky Louisville April 911 Medical Society of Tennessee Nash ville April Ull United order of Golden Cross Pa ducah Ky April 1112 Call on ticket agents for further particulars AI 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 II jse 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 enjoyable of the season 2t Costly Scare A Middlesboro dispatch says Miss Edith Bortholomew who has become famous as the boo girl has recover ed from the trance with which she was stricken last Thursday only to find herself dumb She is suing Chas Parmalee for 10000 damages for scar ing her by shouting boo at her on the street She cannot talk she is bright and vivacious Population or Counties Census Bulletin No 57 shows the acres of counties States and the States in square miles Kentucky has 40000 land and 400 water surface Lincoln county has 326 Casey 371 Boyle 160 Garrard 234 Mercer 254 and Pulaski 754 which is exceeded on ly by Pike 760 while Wayne has 617 and the smallest is Robinson 95 Mr J B Jennings an experienced man in clothing and accurate in tak ing measures will be with me this season and we will guarantee a per fect fit in your spring suit We will not handle readymade goods but sell you for 14 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 1150 up Give us a call Quality and fit guaranteed M D Hughes Agent George Young Corning Rack The Geo W Young has consented to visit us again and pay Lancaster his compliments in another lecture on March 26th The details have not yet been arranged but it is understood he will speak in the Court House Surely no audience in the memory of man laughed more than the one that heard him during his last visit to us and withal there is so much sense and truth in all his fun Well well all go and if we have to take our medicine well take it in honey Kentucky Twelve Greatest Men The Lexington Heralds contest to name Kentuckys twelve greatest men by a vote from a committee of 121 sons Ijas beeq fojlow jng geqtjenieq they paying received largest number of YPtes Henry Liqcoln John C jnriflge Qeqrge Rogers Clark Jeflfer son Davis John J Crittenden Georgo Robertson Daniel Boone Albert Sid ney Johnston Robert Jefferson Breck inridge George D Prentice Ephraim McDowell There was a total of 109 different men voted for Of the win ners Henry Clay received the highest number of votes 121 and Dr Eph raim McDowell the lowest 54 Only two of the committee voted exactly statements us- a as 0 going Otherwise United Card inimitable per qr ham Bre f heads engage C A decide the c alike I Ever Look at It This Way If you aro poor and obscure and and look around and see every one is an enemy all your neighbors speaking ill of you and seeming to en Joy your suffering studv close your lifesomething must be wrong with for their course is unnatural but if you are educated and succeed in all your undertakings and do lots of work for your poor neighbors free if you have money to employ and thus feed and clothe the families of thirty or forty poor men then look out Those who make a failure in life never forgive those who succeed the man who owes and never intends to pay you is sure to revile and abuse you A thief is invariably an ingrate Prowler The Festive Urchin compositions if original are always unique This one on water is typical Water is round everywhere especially when it rain as it did the other day when our was half full Jane had to wear her fathers rubber boots to get onions for dinner Onions your eyes water and so does horseradish when you eat too much There are a good many kinds of water in the soda water holy water and brine Water is used good many things Sailors use it to go to sea on Water is a gooa thing to fire at boys with a squirt gun and to catch fishes in My father caught a big one the other day and when he pulled it out it was an eel Nobody could be saved from drowning if there wasnt any water to pull them out of Water is first rate to put fires out with I love to go to the tire and see the men work at the engines This is all Ican think of about the Hood Cincinnati ol Music Many of our readers will be in the following taken from a Cincinnati paper of recent date The palatial Shillito homestead has been sold to the Cincinnati Conserva tory of Music The deal was effected bv W V Ebersole The place was for years the Mr and Mrs John Shillito and is one of the finest mansions in Cincin natiThe property consists of one of the largest and most beautiful lots to be found in the suburbs It fronts on three teet on Oak street 325 feet on Highland avenue and 325 feet on Burnet avenue The handsomely laid out in walks and driveways and a splendid growth of tine trees shrubbery and plants it an home for the Conserva tory of Music The house is an ele gant stone structure a noble example of Elizabethan architecture It was built by Truman B Handy the noted builder and is said to have cost be tween 75000 and 8100000 The whole property represents an outlay by the former owner ot not less than 150010 The last owners of the property were Mr Gordon Shillito and Mrs Mary Shillito Rogers of New York Miss Baur proposes at once to her present purchase and build to suit the needs of her school The plans are already in the hands of the architect and embrace a concert hall and every requisite to the smallest de tail for a conservatory of music Bully Roy Joe Joe Waters is out for everything See what he says in his Stan ford locating spread their tents near the Water Works Tuesday Messrs C C Coffey and Charles W Murray are in charge and the others engaged in the work are Messrs Maury YanDorn C H II Rumbold R W Jefferson II G Burnside and six colored men They have been since Feb 5th in the survey between Ilarrds burh and Stanford They tell us they have not seen was not the starting point Mr Coffee says the line proposed crosses the L N close to Paxtons Gap The surveying party is composed of a fine lot of gen tlemen and the citizens of Stanford will extend to them every courtesy while they are strangers within our gates The belief is growing stronger every day that the Louisville South ern train will whiz through this city between two hills Railroads and Graded Schools build up towns more than anything else We have got the later and the former must be had This paper will always be found pull ing for improvements for the town and nothing detrimental to its inter will ever find its way into print in these columns Movements are on foot to get manufacturers here and they are coming I iou labo worldrain water for a waterexcept residence- of streets300 I grounds- are making I DemocratThe engaged Burginthat I unlucky almost cellar made Conservatory interested ideal enlarge insight engineers Prof Ivison of Lonaconing Mdsuf 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 DyspepsiaCure 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 lily is the symbol of purity not so much because it is pure as be cause it can not be adulterated Their promptness and their pleasant effects make DeWitts Little Early Risers most popular little pills where ever they are known They are sim ply perfect fur liver and bowel troub les Frisbie People who want everything shut up on Sunday should start the by shutting up themselves Mrs C E YanDcusen of Kilbourne Wis was atllicted with stomach troub le and constipation for a long time She says I havo tried many prepar ations but none have done me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These Tablets drug store Paice 25c Samples free Base ball pitchers lettercarriers and preachers are all judged by their deliveryHeadache often results from a clis orded condition of the stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these and cure the headache by R E McRoberts druggise- If a man is only a little lower than the angels the angels havent much to be proud of The base ball player would be if he could only correct his errors The Oldest mi r Best- S S S is a combination of roots and herbs of great curative powers and when taken into the circulation searches out and removes all manner of poisons from the blood without the least shock or harm to the system On the contrary the general health begins to improve from the first dose for S S S is not only a blood purifier but an excellent tonic and strength ins aixl builds up the constitution while purging the blood of impuri ties S S S cures all diseases of a blood poison origin Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Chronic Sores and Ulcers Eczema Psoriasis Salt j Rheum Herpes and similar troubles and is an infallible cure and the only antidote for that most horrible disease Contagious Blood Poison A record of nearly fifty years of successful cures is a record to be proud of S S S is more popular today than ever It numbers its friends by j the thousands Our medical is larger than ever in the history of the medicine Many write I to thank us for the great good S S S has done them while others are seek ing advice about their cases All letters receive prompt and careful attention Our physicians have made lifelong study ofBlood and Skin Dis eases and better understand such cases than the ordinary practitioner who makes a specialty of no one disease you to write us if you have any blood or skin trouble Ve make no charge whatever for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA I F P are for sale at McRoberts I I r I I I TIt performance disorders Soil perfect correspondence greatS I If so you secure many advantages by go ing via Cincinnati the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trims pen hour schedule Circinnali to Jacksonville and New Orleans 9 hours to Chattanooga zS hours to Shrevejxjrt hours to Port Tampa Observation parlor and cafe cars free re dining chairs Through Pullzaaas to all Im portant Southern Our JwVcts tell yon the idrsntairra we ofTr OTT ether an1 are kr 1 a in V 117 uvt I Going South i etrate every part of Central South r 6 l- V r IlL write w G P A CINO1NriAT Ji- imh ryi E r the ss ci ics e e usatnutitr a 1 F Lr40N WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of IMPORTED WALL PAPER ever shown in this 333lioa fr n th3 cheapest to the most expensive made We have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possible pripes We also have a full line ofPaints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wird Deutch Geaprochen I l I JG BAN e F C ark s r f 1 7 J WALL P PEDS A T I CB BBiTS m r1 JI u b 2c Ib J CHANGE IN THE FIRi r a NER tr n r lA k DUC STORE p The firm of Lillard Stout having been dissolved I will continue to conduct a FIRST DRUG and BOOK ESTABLISHMENT at the old stand Please call your account I andsettle CLASS x KENTUCKY at The Time For j TORNADOES X Has Arrived jSeveral cities and towns have been 3greatly damaged and many lives lost by 2 VIOLENT WINDS jHave your property insured against 3J loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but 3s KINNAIRD 31 B U T I DJNVIIIE 17 rt Co P r 1r aI J1r W 11 1TnFn1nrnrnr1Ynfnrnrnfnrnltrn1r n1nr nrfl 0 E C A6j 1 j1jjJl j Al l 1 A llAi 11i jl ll1 F1 TJOrCit SU- f a fillPl111P IP I m i 4 little- R 1f4 b dl 6 l6d L Idly r You N the Profits Get I Carriages Direct many styles of nigh grade vehicles harness robes 3 ofeach mailed tree Y THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE AND HARNESS CO Box 772 Columbus Ohio Selling dissatisfiedand horse with detailed tio fIII equipments descrip W McC JOHNSTON JOHN JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extruded without pain with Vitalized Air Office in the Bookout Baiidinu Danville street oppo lie Presbyterian church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand 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 CAPITAL ojr 15000000 J LANCASTER KY SURPLUS JlO 00000 ABDKTOY President JKO E STORMSS Vice President S C DENHY Cashier J P ROBINSON JR R T EMBRY DIRECTORS Bam 1DCochran Jaa Spllman Alex R Demur A C Robinson JOHN rSON V i Z493 THE BANK t t Asst Cashr a L t 0 Book fteepet Jrto 8iQr 4ee BKinnaitd 7 Under OUr plan of selling carriages bug X No2C4 X TV cJi X with the manufacturer you pay only the cost of wit h leather lnak ns a moderate profit added and you quarter too take choice from tho bijrKest stock and X fullest assortment Our plan of NOIMO Stra I I Ijobberwith g if I Buggy eso 3Ae For Senator We are authorized to announce EWIJIIntd as a candidate fur the nomination of Senator for district subject to the action of Democratic party T J HoodSS DENTIST Oflice oven Blue Grass Grocery Richmond street All work don promptly and satlfuct 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 Hemp Wanted- Will pay highest Cash Market Price for Hemp delivered at either Lancaster or at my home near Hyatsvil t Feb21 R M WEST ORGANIZED 1843 PITIOT RATIONAL BillU OF LAHOA8TT5R Yl Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention li j M HIQOINBOTHAX PrtsldeaL- BWM Y L W Vlc Presldenj B F HDDSOS Caahlea W O RIUHSY Assistant CasVi CD WALXXB Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlQGIHBOTHAJI L9WU T LmiTBU T 2C ABHOU B F HTOSOS the8th rily TELL L1 the ALuis 1- y Some Soon tobe Mothers GRIT AJVI agAR I1and others have months of and comfort passing confinementThe the unique as it relieves all nervousness headache pains and nausea A customer whose wife used Mothers Friend that if she had to cathrough the ordeal again a id but four bottles were to be obtained and the cost was 100 per bottle be would have them CEO LAYTON Druggist Dayton 0 entitled M otl THE JBItADFICLD CO Atlanta Ga Mothers Friend is sold ty all Druggists Sent paid 011 receipt ot puke S I per bottle nook mothers mailed t PItsbyexpress orexpectant free MMMMWMMPMMM NGltfS Three men were killed and three injured in a collision on the Illinois Central railroad near Paducah The Broadway Roller Mills at Bards town were destroyed by fire Loss 14000 The Mayor of Lexington decided to break up the assembling of horse tra ders on court days B P White in accordance with the peace agreement between the Clay county factions has resigned as and D LWalker has been to that ollice Mr White has sold his home at Manchester and will go to Winchester to reside As the result of a fire in the Hotel at Washington one was lost and several persons were in jured among them W B Catchings of London Ky Andrew Carnegie will give 25000 000 to establish and endow a techni cal school at Pittsburg A wealthy Southern woman has of fered homes to fifty poor couples of New York The plant system offers free transportation and employment will be given those who accept Maj Gen Chaffee has been ordered to withdraw from China by the last of April all his force save a legation guard of 150 men This removes the American army from the operations in China At Lagrange Ky officers found 522 in a box in the house lately occi pied by Mrs Ann Mack aged seventy eight years who died Tuesday For many years she had lived as an object of charity Andrew Carnegie has offered to give 5200000 for the purpose of sixtyfive branch libraries in New York on condition that the city will provide the site and pay for the maintenance of the institutions The War Department in its relief of the volunteers in the Philippines and their replacement by regulars is en deavoring to so plan the movement both ways that at of the army in the Orient shall be less than 60000 men rL J Sheri appointed Merchants lift Greater no time thestrength 0000000000000000000000ooooot oooo- soGGNERAh oaoooo aTt ooo oeoooad establishing The Williams Wheel Companys plant at Ashland Ky burned Sun day causing a loss 50000 One man was killed three others were badly hurt and property valued at 250000 was destroyed by fire at Pittsburg I F McCoy a Deputy Sheriff of Pineville Ky shot and killed a miner there Saturday night He is now in jail which is being heavily guarded Paris has organized a Commercial Club as a means of building an elec tric line to connect Carlisle Sharps burg and Mt Sterling Frank M Brown the embezzling assistant cashier of the Newport Ger man National Bank has written a letter to his father from Central America intimating that he would soon return to this country to stand trialRecords have been received atWasli ington giving accounts of the most brutal deeds committed by the Filipi nos The majority of the victims of the atrocities were natives who had shown a friendly feeling toward the United States The body of Benjamine Harrison was interred in Crown Hill cemetery Indianapolis Monday in the presence of 15000 people Within the roped area at the grave were President Mc Kinley and other visitors of distinct ion and the most intimate friends of the deceased The weather was beau tiful The burial was preceded by simple yet impressive services at the house in the first Presbyterian lurch and at the grave President left on his return journey early Monday evening An alarm of fire sent several engines and trucks dash ing through the crowd just as the funeral party was entering the church but no one was injured The tire which started in Clover port Wednesday night raged furiously until 430 oclock Thursday morning and when it had finally spent itself the business center and a large part of the residence section were in utter ruin Six city blocks were burned on two streets and seventyone business houses and dwellings were destroyed only one store being leltstanding Tle buildings destroyed included the bank the three hotels and the post office Fifty families were rendered home less The loss is estimated at from ofnearly McKinley 5OOOOFor Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 000 For Second Nearest Correct Guess Fifth 500 Sixth Seventh 300 Next 20 each 510O 2000 100 50 5000 200 25 5000 1 OOO 10000 3060 5 15300 A total of 4387 prizes amounting to S5OOOO In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 1901 The Total Vote of 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about 75 pounds lie ward for return J A Beazley The United States imported 7500 000 more silver from Mexico in 1900 than in 1899 For or three fine sows and pigs Also some good springer cows G A Swinebroa- dIt is estimated onethird of the dwellers upon earth are habitual users of tobaccoA out West claims that ap ple cider vinegar taken in reasonable quantities is a sure preventive of smallpoxG will buy all kinds of live stock and has on hand at all times live stock for sale Will trade swap or barter tf Some extra grade steers sold at the Chicago yards last week at 585 The coal fields in Pike and Johnson counties in Kentucky are reported to be among the finest in the world The veins run from four to fourteen feet cannel and bituminous coal G A Swinebroad sold a lot of stock heifers to different parties at SIC to 18 per head He also bought several lots of hogs at 41 to Gc Ho sold one cow and calf at 30 A protest against the establishment of a horse slaughter house in New Jer sey has brought out the fact that the slaughter of horses for food is express ly permitted by law in the State of New Jersey under certain restric tionsG A Swinebroad sold to King Owsley an extra good mare mule for 135 Bape and oats grown together come on for the pigs just as the other grass es begin to get old and afford a tender and nutricious food for rapid growth An old an experienced breed er says that sheep dipping is an absolute essential to any success with sheep in order that they be kept free from scab mites ticks lice etc Milk pails should be rinsed first with cold water wash with warm water and finish with scalding water or a steam jet Dont use soft soap Sal soda is good or you may scour with saltSince the outbreak of the war in South Africa up to Jan 1 1901 the British government has landed 117 730 horses and 64086 mules in South African territory In transit 2000 mules were lost and cast overboard To cure corns in horses remove the shoe and poultice the foot with warm bran mash for three days Then put on a bar shoe rasp away the hoof over the seat of the corn so that the shoe will not rest on it When the pres sure is thus removed the corn will soon disappear Seven millions of the nine millions bales of cotton produced in this coun try are by negro labor However much of a menace the presence of the black man may be to America it is very evident that it would be hard to get along without may not pay to grind very coarse grains for hogs but if rye wheatbar ley buckwheat and oats are used they can be run through a feed mill with profit If this is not done the is incomplete and a considerable percentage of the feeding value lost The Shelby Ike George Jack and Isaac have leased about 15 000 acres of land in the Indian Terri tory and will leave the Shelby City neighborhood about April 1st for the WestA sale of a flock of sheep in is reported at 445 per head for 6400 head This high price indicates a state of much prosperity among sheep men despite the low pri ces presently prevailing in all Western markets for fat mutton and lamb Farmers who live back from villages and cities do not always take the best of care of their cows Too often the grain is fed to the horses Feed gluten and wheat middlings to the cows it gives a larger flow of milk than corn meal Corn meal makes fat and heat not milk Give the cow one and onehalf lbs epsom salts and one ounce of ginger dissolved in water at one dose also mix two drahms of iodine with two ounces of vaselin and rub a little of this on the affected part once a day until the skin becomes tender If the hardening of the bag should ap pear again apply more of the oint ment and so on until the udder be comes healthy When the calf is a week old begin feeding with about one pint of white middlings thoroughly cooked and one tablespoon oil of meal added while cooking After being thor oughly cooked add about five quarts of lukewarm water and feed at once Feed this amount three times a day Have raised calves fifteen years and never lost one Samuel Wood in Farm and Home Anderson weather this season has been unusually favorable for lambs but many farmers are com plaining of losing young lambs Mr R E Thacker has been highly favored He has thirty ewes that have dropped fortyfour lambs and he has not lost one Mr D B Gaines has saved from twenty ewes forty lambs without any loss We doubt if this record can be 1 beaten anywhere in the State SaleTwo sheep himExchange- It I boysJames I I I Wyoming all- I NewsThe j digestion Wyoming KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Conditions Etc March I 1901 The correspondents of this give very full reports this month from all parts of the State and the Commissioner to present to the public what he believes to be the true condition of the wheat and clover crops the condition and relative numbers of cattle sheep and hogs and the prospective acreage of the staple crops for the ensuing year The percentage confirm the state ment made in the report of this for last December viz The prospect is not favorable for a full wheat crop in this State next year Indeed the unfavorable has tended to increase the outlook of the shown by present reports indicating a con dition of 68 as compared with 87 then The effect of the fly and the want of snow a a covering to protect against the recent sudden cold snaps are both to be taken into account Just what vitality is left can not be estimated until a few days weath er is felt It may be safely predicted though that the crop can not be any where near an average one Barley and rye are both below an average in condition while winter sown oats with a reduced acreage show satisfattory condition The is favorable for an average acre age of tobacco and most of the plant beds have been sown about the usual time Some few to be sown yet Clover shows almost a desperate con dition and as this condition is getting to be chronic it is not to be wondered that farmers are turning to some oth er crop to take its place The reports place condition clover 69 stock peas 111 Live stock have wintered and are in good condition ratin al 97 but cattle sheep trs ran short in numbers compared year the latter falling to IS Prospect for fruit is good present but of course the dangers f spring frosts are to be encountered and it must be expected that there will be more or less damage even if the buds have escaped winter freezes 1 B HALL Comr Frankfort Ky When you are bilious use those fa mous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Risers to cleanse the liv er and bowels They never gripe F P Frisbie If all the devils were cast out of some people they would look like walk ing skeletons See that you get the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it The genuine is a certain cure for piles sores and skin diseases F P Frisbie AN IMPROVED GRANARY UptoDnto Storehouse for Corn Which Is Absolutely Safe from EncrouchiiieiitK by Vermin The dimensions of my I have got past the corn crib period as follows Length sills 18 feet plates 20 feet width 14 feet total length of posts 12 feet height of floor from the ground 3 feet These dimensions may vary ac cording to the amount of grain to be stored Wide strips of tin shield the tops of the posts from the invasion ol rats and mice Inside the plan is as follows Corn in the hack part the crib running across the end and on each side a row of grain bins These are arranged so that the ends nearest the alley which is four feet wide may be removed in case they are not needed Theseempty binsafTord store room for a corn sheller or for bran or other feed A loose floor overhead also fur nishes space for putting away many articles which might otherwise be cast around anywhere The inside is lined with matched southern pine three eighths thick The outside is bat tened and the boards being surfaced the whole is painted The entire ex pense of this granary was not far from 75 and I have received the compli ment that it is the best job T have done in the way of building and I haTe spent n small fortune in that line In fact it pleases me exactly I never have seen but two mice in this and those I carried in with empty bags and as may be supposed I was on nettles until they had been found and settled with I got the cat as quick as I could and entered upon the most exciting hunt I ever took part in It beat the famous fox hunts of the city folks who come out to kill time hollow And 1 succeeded which is inpre than the city chaps who hunt for the fun of the thing can often say In my granary I keep my porn knives corn tics and bags every tIling in fact that concerns corn and garden stuff The satisfaction pf i knowing that what 1 raise is now free enable I bureau fallas warmgrowing f alt last a granaryyou- see entirelyare between f department average hinter discouraging outlook r r uth granary all GRANARY AND CORN CRIB from the encroachments of vermin is fully sufficient of itself to amply repay all my trouble But the return in dol lars and cents far surpasses ones be lief If we could see the amount of money which is wasted every year through poor granaries all brought together it would startle us Every farmer knows that he suffers serious ly from year to year but most of us have come to take it as a matter of course But really it is one of the leaks which help to sink the ship Ed gar L Vincent in Farm and Fireside Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in lest possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUIRE Purchased from lOOu buIDDS h ufl Produce Paying Crops and give the most satisfactory results Our Stocks are the best and we carry the largest assortment of Seeds in the Central West Vegetable Field Grass Flower JA Lawn Grass Seeds Seed Potatoes Onion K Sets Seed Grain and all the best Forage J crops at moderate Our Now Catalogue is a Dandy 0 Its filled with information need about descriptions and cultivat v injrall crops it contains valuable articles each written by authorities on A each subject on Cor Peas Market Gar f deninct Crops Fertilizers Fun 3 Diseases Etc Well mall it provided you mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO A SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KY Executors Notice All persons knowing themselves indebted to John Cook dec are requested to cult upon the executors at the ollice of l r J B Lancaster Ky and settle All persons having claims ajjainst said John V Cook will present them properly proved ttm It Cook J A Kohinson Executors J It Kinniir l Lancaster Ky March 6 1001 inch 74t Administrators Notice All persons indebted to the estate of the late TL Sanders are hereby directed to pay their indebtedness at once to me All persons having claims against th e estate should pre sent them at ouce properly verified to me at Stone or to my attorney William Herndon at Lancaster COY S SANDERS Admr Feb 11 It Agents Wanted FOR THE LIFE OF Goi DAN RICE IS NOW READY It is the story of the most sensational and u nique career of the centu ry a veritable artesian well of wit and wisdom and rich with rare rem iniscences The of the day Agents wanted Address MARIA WARD BROWN West End Long Branch N J o i antI i on FREE 4 G V ird r SEEDS gus moneymaker LOCAL TIMETABLES I Southbuct Mixed passes Lancaster li 13 AM Northbnd Mixed 335 p M Northbud Passgr 252 A y- Southbnd 1228 Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 am pmNumberNumber 2 stops when Hugged SOUTH BOUND Number 1 Number 5 Dally 11 12 am pmNumber A 414 pm when Caged am ti 1146 Bucc CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime In efct July 15 1900 It STATIONS Lv Louisville SMhim 600pm Lexigton 845am 550pm Winchester llATnni 9 18 m 850amGSOpm MtSterling 122511 J4tpm 925am 705pm ArWashiugtoti 650am 340pm Philadelphia 1015 am 705pm NewYork l40nn 908pm STATIONS LvNewYork SOOum 500pm Philadelphia JO 20am t lapni MtSterling 712am 212pm Winchester 7 S7am 4 0 22nm 2 45pm ArLexiugtoii 812am 7 00am 330pm ArLoulsvilltj 11 Warn 8 00pm Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY Other trains run dally except For slet car reservations or write or telephone GEOWBARNEYn PA LEXINGTON Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature strengthening and structing digestive latest ant and tonic No other can approach It in ItIn stantly and permanently cures Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea allother results ofimperfect digestion Large size cpntala 2Htime d by E C PfWITT CO Ctycaf CAS SSO Utica ut 812am 1 jESreSOOD Upm 4 Wpm 550am 510pm Sunda Kodol jst o s r Sick Gastralgl Prlce5OC and St recon pit a u411alze put ft IANDBAM Real Estate Agents v LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale with us We will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us No 1 House 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 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 A nice residence in a good neighborhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desireable location in particular This property is cheap and will go quick No 3 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster adja cent to item No 2 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep- or 425 feet deep it so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in excellent neighborhood building site good and commanding Price low Terms to suit purchaser No 4 Farm of 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 20 acres of good tobacco or hemp land the rest is rich and productive Neverfailing water and fencing in good repair Land has been well treated i story box house j 4 rooms and a poarch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for garden plat If sold by March 15 possession will be given at once A good bargain can be had in this land No 5 Acres 2 miles from Lancaster on the Sugar Creek pike rich and productive 55 acres under culiiva tion 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp landbrings fine wheat and corn remainder tn grassStock water in abundancesi fficient through out last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruiting whole place under good fence 5room cottage regidence barn ice house and all necessary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want for it No 6 60 Acres in Rockcastle Co in the bottom of 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 1st 1901 Price within the reach F of men of moderate means No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has 8 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 i oo teet 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 J Nice residences are building all around this prop erty property in this location is always salable For further particulars write to or call on law Office oyer Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record office I r Anew ofoutbuildings every Farm of 86f Farm of t R L Davidson flAVIDSON l a r- r r and t cultivation l OR Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall 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