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ELVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Craw Matter KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAKCH 28 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i t e rntfn trot NUMBER LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTERy I 52 Surries Buggies BOTTOM PRICES PhaetonsRoad ons J L UIIIIIL J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward 1I Life t I b OO IHWIHWWQuimVttimirt feANCASTGR AND VIGINITy 1f Garden Seed at Curreysv Fine Sugar Corn 5c can at the Blue Grass Grocery V If you want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey Get your garden seed at Drugstore mar283t All kinds of seed in bulk and at Frisbies Store Monday will be Alir Fools Day newspaper publishers will All the new and in Swisses both dotted and at Josephs Now is the time for painting Your every want can be supplied at Fris bies Drug Store mar2S3t Prof Anderson the colored school teacher wa granted law license in the circuit court last week Young tiny Acquitted The jury in the case Luther Ray for killing Edgar a of acquittal I want your butter and also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Ladies dontbuy your spring outfit until you have called at Josephs You will be surprised at the many hand some goods and the exceedingly low If you afe in doubt aloiiP whv t y u should get in the way o t I will take pleasure in assisting yt i as I try to keep posted in regard 0 the styles etc J C ITemphilL Successful Contractor If you are thinking of building see R G Ward the planing mill man lIe can make a contract to do the en tire work and turn over the keys It will be done right too An Error ThroOgh some mistake we tised the Mrs Carpenter property to be sold last court day when it have read next county court April 22 These are two good pieces of property and the bidding will be lively er I package Country celebrate stYle patterns embroidered C F turned prices rr sprint st should 3t n wv wwwwt Fris Drug m 28 shades wcll kno against eggs a ads bits tt jgj g CARPETS and MATTINGS 0 00E o00 ooooooo r oooooo 0o 0 0 Q We Line of J5 H s S s Carrya i i ro 0 m m Carpets Rugs Mattings j We have received handsome 8ws line of Carpet Samples consisting of Vty Wool Ingrains i Tapestry Brussels 1 Velvets and Moquetts 1 5 iI just I I o p So we are prepared give you any thing m you may 1 want in the 1 carpet line I Ito u g i j jg5f i i gas s H g P 0 0 H 5jS iw PI Tne Loan Dry Goods Co I lEI lEI lEI IEIEI lEI 1000 best Blue Grass Grocery Good Soda 2 lbs at the Blue Grass Grocery Three packages Garden seed for 5c at the Blue Grass Grocery Frisbies Drug Store is headquarters for garden seed mar283t Buy your seed at Frisbies Drug Store and prt the freshest 3t Butter was never so scarce and its almost impossibleto stet it at any price Help the sufferers by at tending the concert at the Opera House tonight Thursday Our paint is guaranteed to be the best on the market try it Drugstore mar2S3t J C Hemphill Rin kles a monthly Journal that he will present to liosewho will ask for it 1 The Blue GroceryStore is headquarters for all of Grass Seed and Seed Oats at loVest prices Finest corn at 5c per can x When in town dont forget to take a sack of our Hour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are it Miner Son Its no unusual sight to see dead rats on the Public Square Whether they are placed there as ornaments or for the health of the community we say The court day rush will prevent us waiting on you promptly at mill The best of every thing in line and plenty of it Bates the Miller Saddles at 500 ana up Harness to 82000 Buckboards 25 to Buggies 35 to 10000 Surries 05 to 15000 Pheatons 75 to 135 Look at the above prices and see if Conn cannot save you money Just Received A large lot of samples ot wall paper and mouldings ranging in price from three cents up Can please you in both design and price See samples before placing your order Mrs Tom Wherritt tf JVew Firiu in the buggy and carriage bus ihess of Mr W J Romans and the style of the new firm is Romans El Mr Romans retains full con trol of the repair business The new lirm is a hustling one and THE RECOUD bespeaks for them a liberal share of patronage See their big ad Town Property Deal Capt Wm Herndon sold his house and lot on Lexington street to Mr R Ward the lumber man the latter to pay for same by erecting hand some twostory frame dwelling upon Capt Herndons lot adjoining the property mentioned Mr Ward will begin work on the new building as soon as the weather will permit meeting at Paint Lick THE RECOUD is requested to an nounce that Rev Joe Hopper will be gin a series of meetings at the Paint Lick Presbyterian church Sunday night April and continue same for a few weeks The attention of the members is called the date 7tb Uncle Joe has many friends and ad mirers in Garrard county and large congregations will greet him Handsome millinery The most elaborate display of Sty fish Spring and Summer Millinery seen in Danville for a number of years will be and in New York and Paris can be seen here and duplicated at prices to suit all comers Mrs Foley has spent a of great deal of time and means this season to get the best arid asks simply a chance to show her selections All are invited f For Sweet Charitys Sake All our readers are familiar with the recent destructive fire which vis and the distress ing situation among the homeless pea pie Last week Messrs R and Jno concluded to get up an entertainment in Lancaster and send the proceeds to the stricken city Nearly every local musician readily consented to tak part and in few hours a splendid had been ar ranged The of the Opera House donated use of their pretty building and the Symphony tra through its gentlemanly leader Mr T B Long consented to play It The will be given this Thursday evening m e n c i n g promptly at eight oclock The prices of admission will be 15 25 sad 35ctF the last named reserved seats are now on sale at Stormes drug store ers rd 38 is FUVVVvv I fort heR yal J I kinds I using cannot I 5 more G 7 coat ited Cloverportr M Farra a program Jr Natches cate hostess Clot erport FrisU has Fasl n Grass nut 3 AGO antC 6 Ky Kin a4 owners the Ore entertainment tom for which i r r w b0 a on the by is the ed if is Of old the bly the not Gloves and parasols in all shades at Josephs The machine men were on hand in full force Monday Fine Evaporated Peaches 4 lbs for 25c at Blue Grass Grocery 1Ve have the ErectForm Military corsets J Joseph Seed Potatoes at Ward Sympsons Rose Ohio Burbank at the right price For Sale AVinchester Shotgun Used but little Will sell cheap Apply at this office No other firm can give you as good guarantee on paint as Frisbies Drug Store 3t Surries Pheatons Harness Bridles Etc Conns Carnage Shop Circuit court will adjourn Friday Judge Saulley is clearing the lockets and disposing of most all the business hand Frcuclilug at New AiUlocli We are requested to announce that Rev Meldrum will preach at New An tioch church next Sunday Notice to Trustees The census lists have arrived and are ready for distribution Elisa J Lusk Supt Miss Austin at BJue Grass Grocery 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 All who use Wards Hour speak in the highest terms of it Call for White Swan and Gilt Edgetuen know you are getting something good Bates the Miller ITIasoiiic Sir Fred P Frisbie was raised to sublime degree of raster Mason the Lancaster lodge Tuesday The lodge works in the Fellow Craft degree next meeting Dr McKces Meeting Closed Dr McKee announced last Sunday night that owing to trouble with his throat he would discontinue the meet ings at his church in this city His sermons were greatly enjoyed and it hoped had the effect of awakening the members to their duty to the church Special Train to Tournament Prof Patterson has arranged for a special train train to run from to Lancaster on first day of the Tournament It will connect with train from the North and reach hereabout 3U r 3r This will be a great convenience to those coming from that direction Newspapers interest please note A AYlmelllorce Rev Geo W Young delivered a fine lecture at the court house Tuesday evenng which was enjoyed by a large audience Mr Young is doing great good for the cause of temperance and there were more such men as he in the world the old sphere would revolve more smoothly Improvements at Cemetery The Ladies Auxiliary which has done so much good work toward mak ing at the Lancaster Cemetery requests THE RECOKD to call attention of lot owners to the fact that this is the time of year to put the lots in proper condition It strange that many people lose sight attending to the City of the Dead and dont seem to care two straws how the property is kept up These ladies have done much hard work in the and are entitled to great praise So much work has been done that the few lots remaining unkept are brought out in such striking as to cause much unfavorable from visitors to the place Prospects for New Church At a business meeting of the officers the Lancaster Christian church a committee of some twelve brethren were appointed to look into the of tearing down the present building and erecting a hew and modern house of worship The will report to congregation next Sunday its hearty approval of the idea and recommend that steps be at once to raise the required amount They think of erecting a building to cost about 15000 The plan suggested js to take notes from members payable in one two or three years thus raising the required amount by the time they will prob build the church in the summer of 1903 There will probably not be a dissenting voice to the proposition as present building is not worth the money it would require to put it in anything like comfortable condition is not large enough the heating is satisfactory and the committee thinks that dollar spent on it is virtuallythrpwn away This church the in both membership and means ofany in town and they can erect a modern and beautiful house without feeling the cost very much g y I J If you want a bargain hi shoes anon syou evening Richmond matters contrast advisability committee taken far est C C Saddles a bargains food the every y a i Seed potatoes of all kinds at T Curreys A nice line of of and queens ware at T Curreysr White Swiss applique trimming for summer dresses at Wanted iron and bones II B Northco Wanted four or five bales of tim othy hay F J White RECOKD Take your carriage etc to Conn and have it repaired in uptodate order The Richmond Elks will swoop down on Danville Tuesday evening and institute a lodge in that city If you arc going to paint your house barn fence wagon or anything else Frisbies Drug Store is the place buy it mar28St Sale 30 broke mules 15 to 1G hands high Jeff Dunn Bryantsville Ky Summer percales dimmities zephyr and calicoes in great at Josephs s Public Square a gold locket watch charm Return to J M Linbotham and receive reward Make Wards mill your when wanting corn or wheat ground 1Ye treat you nice andscrvc you promptly Bates the Miller On account of the death of her Miss Dove Harris will have no rep ular opening of millinery but the goods have arrived and arc ready foi inspection The Ladies Cemetery Auxiliary Committee will hold their monthly meeting in the Masonic Lodge rooms Monday April 1 at 25 oclock A full attendance is request ed New JtlackHiiiitli Shop Ned Burdett has opened a firstclass blockshith shop at the Arnold shop on Danville street He guarantees all work promptly and up to date Give him a call Our carriage repair department is now have firstclass workmen in every branch good paint ers trimmers blacksmiths and wood workmen 1 am turning gut as good work as is done in Kentucky Come in and see W ROMANS L e y 1 I Cat load om For ginghams bba 1bra abundance Lo t- On IIi headquarters mother I completewe glass scp1ts 1 regal a t u Joseph leads the van on dress goods this spring Dontfail to attend the Concert at opera house tonight Piping and fixtures valves piping steam guages etc Do not fail to see the fad in flannels for spring suits J C Hemphill Joseph is far ahead of all others in dress goods novelties and underwear Currdy sells good gooclsas cheap as you pay fo inferior goods at other places See the line of RoadWagons Bug Buggies Eqt also ask for price on same at Carriage Shop Always on top in quantity quality and at the bottom in prices i T Cifrrey i Frisbie handles the best paint in town hid it will to buy it from him marS3t The old reliable firm A B Robertson Bro of Danville make their Spring bow to the RECOKD readers today See their big ad Ifyou have any liberality about your old clothes tonight will be a splendid time to display it by atteending the benefit concert at Opera House Spring is here time to think about planting garden Dont forget Yard Sympson is the only place in town can get Landreths Seed in bulk The name of Owen Mclntyre now ippears at the head of the local col nun of the Danville Advocate We elute you Mack and wish you a wet iheet and a Mowing sail When you want Garden Seed Seed hat will grow and are true to name to Ward Sympson and get Land reths seed They have them in bull You get the most and best for the least The time is up to settle your school tax for the year moo If not paid in the next few days leavys will bu made and advertised in this paper as the law directs E W Harris Collector Take Notice As I have sold my livery stable it is important thi you call at once and pay your account with all this business must lay This notices is intended for all who are on my books AV B Burton I I I in 1 f at Corms and- o pa OU ou o Notice b d 1 I l Tics onus C C C Inca c See siiks for summer waists at Joseplrs See the insertings and Jnces for waist trimming at Forty head cattle for Sale J E Allen at Mrs Ellen Poors farm tf Buy your paint at Frisbies Drug Store and get an absolute guarantee mar283t You will find a handsoms line of carpets and mattings at The Logan Dry Goods Co A good hoorse to drive for his bongs and keeping E G Brown A beautiful line of Hamburg in sorting in all the latest patterns J Joseph Ward Sympson are selling thing at the lowest price for CASH or produce It will pay you to see them The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard ere quite popular Ifyou want strictly firstclass meal go over next Sunday Laud Deal J C Collier has sold to Robert Bet tis a tract of land near Bettis con taining thirtynine acres for 3000 Special Sunday 37ealw The new Garrard Hotel makes a specialty of Sunday dinners und sup pers All delicacies of the season in excellent manner Our cutter 3Ir Corey will be here today Thursday Come up and here your measure taken and get a perfect fit and the latest style Prices gnar anteed Ilnselden Kinnaird Iii Lain Deal Mr John Marsee has sold his farm the Fork neighborhood to Mr J C Collier for 1000 The farm contains 115 acres and is considered a splendid body of land Xoticc or Dissolution The firm of Logan Robinson hats by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Robinson retiring All persons to the firm at once and settle as it will save them further cost Logan Robinson 3t tore Local on Page 3 th w Fridayprett every prepared indebted all n5 e Josc ItsP 11autcd f e 1 r C tt tlc Perfeetion Suits in Boys DRESS THE BOYS WELL Put a Perfection Suit on him You are proud of that boy of yours Every boy should be the pride of his parents He should be dressed so that he will feel the equal of any of the boys he associates with Let us fit him out this Spring with a Perfection Suit We will make him one of the bestdressed boys in Lancaster The elegance and and taste represented in our Boys and Childrens Clothing must be seen to be appreciated Our Perfection Suits are made from fects in handsome Cashmeres Worsteads and Cheviots Bring or send your boy in we will dress him to perfection Knee Suits from i to 5 Long Pants Suits from 4 to 1500 H T LOGAN The OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher Perfection Sons OOCOCOC CC CO X Perfection SuitS 2 Spring NovelJies I and Children9s Suits I I I 2 2 2riche I II I 11 Perfection Snits OOOOOOO 9 A ae vMnfiwv n n n a a I NOW READY 1 f i F o SPRING and Lines of Merchant I MY I lit SUMMER I I TAILORING Io 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 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 lit and see my line before the best styles are all sold out Same old stand 110 SouthEast cor Public Square Yours For Business I J o Io W suit made TUB ROYAL TAILORS will equal that e o 10 0i B Pleasecall 0 o I m J C Hemphill Iff1J 0 0fdiA Every by 5 y1 0 0 0 S CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY r ONE YZAB is ADVANCE iOO VEBMS Six MONTHS THREE 25 THURSDAY 3IAKCH 28 1501 EVKKY article that is published in Tie Ladies Home Journal is read at least four times times in manuscript form and all statements of fact veri fied before it goes to the printer Then it is read and revised by the proofreaders goes back to the for his revision is reread by the ed itors three or more times at different stages and again Dy the proofreaders possibly half a dozen times additional Thus each article is read at least and often twenty times after leaving the authors hands until it reaches the public eye The magazine people can afford to put in this time reading proofs and correcting as they have plenty of money to pay for the work Some of those people ought to be given a dose of country journalism where the copy is written on a shingle or scrap paper set in most cases by a Hobo printer and run through the press without even a first reading A fellow can put on lots of airs in any business provided he has the cash to back him up BY special request of the proprietors Rev B B Baily pastor of the Baptist church in that city will edit the issue of the Winchester Sun for April 11 The Sun does not state the fact but it is safe to say the good brother will not get back in his pulpit for some weeks after the work as it will take him that long to getforgivness for the thnigs he will have to say while in the editorial harness Preaching and run ning a country newspaper are like mixing oil and water ITS difficult to see why a thief will go to the trouble of blowing open a bank sate and serving a term in the penitentiary when it is so much to get the employ of the bank steal thousands of dollars by going wrong and then escape punishment entirely The cracksman is sure to be captured and just as certain to do time in prison but the kidglove forever after feeds on the fat of the land COFFEE CHASE SANBOM C F BLAME CO Lit IMS SOLE AGENTS R CORD LANDRAM easier in o t defaulter Jf Jf Jf i f if fifteen r ei 4 T1 y k i ut t- Jf r TimE press boys who met in Louis villa last week were placed under fur ther obligations to that superb news paper man and prince of good fellows Mr 11 W Brown or royal ment received at his hands Bob is of the fact that the nearest way to a country editors heart is through his stomach and never an opportunity to fin up his hay seed brethren with the best at the caterers command A saloon was awarded first prize for the best inauguration decorations at Washington Aside from Uncle Sams buildings there are not many other houses in Washington but saloons and their kindred resorts and of course it would not do to tie the blue ribbon on one of the latter A Rochester N Y man was tined 81000 for kissing a trained nurse who attended his sick wife If the nurse was a pretty one this was reasonable enough KENTUCKY PKESS ASSOCIATION Will Meet in ITIadlfeoiivillc and Take u glue Trip This Year All Ar ruiiireiiicutK Completed A meeting of the Executive Kentucky Press Association was held at the Elks Home in Louis ville Monday afternoon A lot of im portant matters pertaining to journalism were attended to and the annual meeting of the editors arranged for Previous to the a delightful lunch was served in one of the parlors at the Home to which it is needless the country contingent did full justice President Robt W Brown presided over the meeting and secretary Bob Morning strr was present to wield the quill It for any one other than bona tide news paper people to attend the meeting or take the trip Harry of the Journal and Milt Conley of the Louisa News were ap pointed a committee to weigh in the T G Watkins of the CourierJour nal and Louis Landram of the Lan caster appointed a com mittee to prepare the literary pro gram and it will be publica tion in a few days A resolution was prepared and sent President McKin ley asking a pardon for John L Bos ley the Paris postmaster who was convicted on some mousetrack in the U S Court A plan was also adopted to assist Bro John Babbage who lost his plant in the Cloverport lire There were quite a number of invitations presented the editors to hold this summers in different cities but after due by the pretty little city of Madison villeThe business session in Madisonvillc will last only one day and that night the members of the Association will start on their itinerary They will ri Pacific and Mr R T G Mathews the traveling agent for this territory will accompany the and see that every comfort is supplied The Iron Mountain route goes through a section of the country is a per fect picture to look on Missouri Ar kansas and and Mr Mathews will the party physic al comfort The itinerary includes railway trip Pikes Peak Denver probably Cripple Creek Victor and Salt Lake The will travel in cars and the Denver and Rio Grande will also be hosts Secretary Morn ingstar will go over proposed route arrange all details then notify the members of the association The members of the Executive present were Brown Louisville Times Harry McCarty Nichdlasville Journal R E star Bowling Green Courier T G Paul Moore Earlington Bee Louis Landram Record Milt P Louisa News The only absentee was W Adams of the Owensboro Inquirer who is in the South i j misses Committee Kentucky meeting tosay impostors applyPaul RECORD were technicality meetings acceptthe leavingthey Te guarantee GorgoColorado newspapermen Committee RobertW 1 rT ttt fi7 entertain aware Lancaster BRYANTSVILLE Mr Eugene BeYkele purchased a nice buggy horse from Mr Williams for 100 t- Tho Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Haselden on next Saturday afternoon Whooping cough is raging here Mrs Maud olcombs is not ex pected to Misses Mattie Dunn and Cordie Hamilton were pleasant visitors in Lancaster the latter part of last week Mr Clinton Armstrong spent part of last week with his father Dr and was quite ill while here Mrs Mary Jennings of Tyrone visited Ben part of last week Messrs C C Becker and Daniel Cheatham made a Hying trip to last week Miss Alice Dunn of Danville is visitiyg leI sister Miss M A Dunn MissBettie Sparks re turned home Saturday after a visit with her sister Mrs Robin son in Lancaster Mrs A S tinsel den has returned from the she purchased her line of Everybody most cordially to call and examine Mr McKee Peel of Logana visited the family of Mr Porter Dunn last week and also his brother Hugh of Danville James Morfard has returned after spending a short time in Indianapolis Robert Jennings and wife Lick Sam Haselden and wife of Lan caster and Miss Hattie Jennings of Danville were the pleasant visitors of Mrs ITaselden part of last week Mrs John Ball and daughter Nannie visited her brother in Jessamine last Wednesday Allen Saddler wife and children spent Sunday with his fath er Henry Saddler Rufus Moss and wife of Lancaster were visitors at L D Shearers Saturday and Sunday BUCKEYE Judging from the bulk of lumber Bob Long has placed on his premises he is going to build mother Buckeye The Mesdames of this place have been astir a fortnight making coops setting hens planting marigolds etc While their better halves keep apace by potatoes and setting out onion beds Mr Walter Fain of Saunders has quite recently gotten to mak jag his sister Mrs Joe Ray weekly and semiweekly visits There is noth ing like having a brother Miss Georgia Petty and Ed Thurman of your city visited Miss Cordelia Ray Sunday The first expedition of the Equcs trian Club will be made in the vicini ty Saunders Ferry and that in search of wild ilowers which are found bountiful One graceful maid en says she a rugged cliff and must be accompanied by one of a tall lythe form to pluck her selec tions The friends and relatives of Rev of Nashville Tenn greatly the recent decease of his wife Mrs Ray was a model Christian wqm an she preyed herself an ellicient co worker to her husband He has a large relationship at this place inclu dIng his parents Dr Win Ray and wife to whom accompanied her husband she paid annual visits at the same time endearing herself by her Christian attributes to all with whom she became acquainted 31T HEBRON Mr D Scott had a horse to Sat urdayThe farmers are getting along nice ly with their work J II Montgomery sold some corn at 250 per barrel Mrs Sarah Duncan is on the sick also J M Scrivneris very low with pneumoniaOllie who has just from the Philippines purchased a nice mare from H 11 Montgomery last week for 0250 Rev B A Copass pastor of the Fork church was with us and a very interestingsermon Rev A J Copass was also with us and bade us a long farewell as he expects to leave for California soon Miss Mattie Vanderpool is the pleas ant guest of her cousin Miss Alice Vanderpool Samuel Duncan ed relatives at High Bridge the latter part of week 7 MissOla Scott is relatives in Jessamine Mrs J M Scrivner left last week for Indian apolis to visit her brother Mis Jennie Rogers is spendinga few weeks with Miss Edna Scott much to the delight of her many admirers of this locality Mr and Mrs P W and two daughters Misses and Norma Burns were the guests of i Mr E D Lawson and wife SycamoreValleyMr A D Ford and wife spent Sunday with their mother Mrs M A Ford PAINT LICK W B Smith and W G Kemper were here Saturday in the interest of the bank The bank vault has arrived but the dirt has not been broken for the build ing yet There have been no definite ar rangements made about where the bank will be built yet Miss Amanda Anderson dismissed her school and went to Lancaster to SallieHarrisLast Friday was coal oil here A B Estridge and Jennings Co gave to their over barrels of coal oil Mrs R L Jennings spent several days with her parents in Lancaster Farris Smith has been low with pneumonia Miss Nellie Ray of Buckeye is visiting her aunt Mrs Clyde Pullins HUBBLEI Elder A R Moore will at the Christian church Sunday at two oclock p m The prayer is nice ly at the Christian having good crowds A tackey party was given at Mr John night and it was well attended Mrs Luther Underwood has been visiting her daughter Mrs J W Mrs Amanda has returned home from her sons Mr Boldernear Preachersville Mr Jnc Underwood and wife visited in Gar has the job of helping the icehouse Mr McGuire visited Scott and Sunday Mr Mason Pol lard and wife of Garrard visited J W Bournes family Sunday f Of J Lexington millinery visited ofPaint n planting of cant climb lament by 0 delivered visit visiting areboth U L tw 4 h churchwe are TaylorS F McGuire Qc Iti tf rf i- recover Armstrong pleasant Perry B- Ray die list returned Montgomery a to build Saturday 1 C DaJ1Tille I Y5 r Spring and Summer 29 and 30 will have on exhibition more than 200 of the very new est ideas and smartest model hats for Spring and Summer wear These will range in price from 3 to We are exclusive agents for PHILLIPS ATCHISON LADIES HATTERS Whose creations nov regulate the fashions in Tailored Hats Not only are the leading attractions in firstclass millinery establishments in this country but in London and Continental Europe as well Read about them in Vogue Silk WaistsThe prettiest line we have ever been able to show our trade in fine black Taffeta Waists at y4 and 450 New and exclusive styles in all the choice Spring shades from 450 to 10 Ask to see the new tailored silk Eton coats They are extremely stylish and becoming as well as serviceable SILK STRIPE WOOL CHALLIES 29c YARD New Silks 65c yd Genuine twilled Foulards 24 inches wide in new designs in black old rose blues heliotropes and browns 1 yd Cheney Bros Liberty satinfaced Foulards 24 inches wide and best in the market as the prettiest designs The usual price of these is 125 50c yd More than 25 pieces finest grade of corded wash silks in pure white and the new cameo shadings 75c yd New Washable Taffetas in plain colors and stripes Guar anteed to wash Hosiery We have many special values to offer in this department At 25c genuine lisle thread fast Purless black extra fine gu ge with double sole heel and toe Very fine quality of cot ton hose at same price Fancy hose in more than 20 different styles at 25c 50C 750 and i pair All over lace lisle thread hose in black white and colors at 50C pair Tailor SuitsA look will convince you that we have the best line in Cen tral Kentucky and that we sell them at closest prices Any price from S up All alterations made free of charge New Wash Goods We are showing more than 500 pieces of new wash goods Ginghams Iroin hoc to 35C Swisses and Lappets from 150 to 2 yard Lawns Batistes Dimities c at 10 i2 15 18 20 and for waists at 35C Every description of white goods and at all prices White goods for waists for commencement dresses for street dresses for underwear More kinds and better values than j ou will see anywhere t j Opening Pattern Hats FRIDAY anD SATURDAY MARCH Ve SIS they Specialvalues wellas Whit Goods l J Madras I N t0 0 n i kpac age fee eJ so t lPh niu t3 t tItsa dS- A C l SR B U K E ROASTED COFfEECosts only cent more than the common kinds Gives more cape and bettercoffee to the pound than any of its many Saveon entitles YJu to a definite of some useful article Look for the list iaeah ARBUCKLE BROS Notion J New York City N y f cof- p farrU r r imitations theparr package Dept i New Invention OE have just invented and procured a lew method You only have to make One Trip to have have your teeth extracted and your permanent teeth fitted that you wont have to make but one trip and that one when you have your teeth extracted All neces sary measures are taken and after your gums are perfectly shrunken your teeth are made and sent to you AN ABSOLUTE FIT GUARANTEED best set of teethI Railroad fare paid both ways when SlOtjb worth of work is done DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Government Building in IIobson Bltlg Richmond Ky Office open night Refrence Richmond Na tional Bank PUBLIC SALE decided to go to Oklahoma I will at the Tim farm near J SOwsIeys on Stanford ami Cral Orchard pike live miles from Stauford on Wednesday April 3rd 1901 Sell at public auction all my stock consisting of 61 yearling cattle nil colors two good milk cows one of which win be fresh in a few days five high grade calves also a few good heifers one of good work mules well broke out good family horse tiveyearsold two young horses two one good brood mare m Farming Implement consisting ofonegoed twohorse wagon one good frame and gravel bed 2 twine binders 1 latest used only one season the other a 1 Deeiiug mower 1 hay rake 1 springtooth harrow 1 lot wagon and plow harness 1 cultivator almost new 1 rock cart 2 Oliver Chilled plows good Central Kentucky Carriace Co buggy meat and lard from four hogs lot of chickens and turkeys and other too numerous to mention also all my household and kitchen furniture TERMS Gash for all sums under 10 over that amount a credit of C months with note negotiable and payable National flank of Stanford Ky per cent interest from date Sale will basin at a m J E EUI5ANKS Walnut Flat KY TD English Auctioneer 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 Nur sery and Strawberry catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER 279 Lexington I I I Thc for j I alf I llI iu hign rude ood pair lll utFIrst Orchard J1one K I r I Guaranteed 5L50 having improved r r r 1 Season ItwH EAGLE BIRD SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 16 hands hfgfe heavy mane and tail EAGLE of Blue Ties EACLE Biii was only shown one season and won tenor twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares lie will make the cut season at Thos L Baughmmis place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to Dinii a Livii Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Danville Ky Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neighborhoods other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HEUXDOX Assignee Siren by the Great KING winner KI lIre Baughman w ere tf LOW RATES To the following meetings Knights of Honor Grand Lodge of Kentucky Louisville April 911 Medical Society of Tennessee April 911 United order of Golden Cross Pa ducah Ky April 1112 Travelers Protective Association Chattanooga April 5Gth Southern Cotton Spinners Associa tion Charlotte N N May 910th Annual Encampment G A P of Tennessee Greenville May 1516th Confederate Veterans Memphis Call on ticket agents for further particulars v4 fftnifftTty tri U UTE 1 May 2830th g Nashville tti w w Easter Opening MILLINERY Saturday April 6th Everybody cordially invited NOEL THE LEADING MILLINERS A i SPRING and SUMMR v SISTERSa CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MARCH 28 1901 B D Herndon is in Louisville for a visit Mollie F Smith is in Boyle vis iting relatives A H Rice left Tuesday for his home in Nashville Tenn Mr J M Logan is in the East more goods Mrs E L Poor is in Louisville Mrs Horace Grant Judge M D Hughes is wrestling with a case of pink eye Miss Pattie Burnside left Friday for her home in Barbourville Mr Jacob Joseph is in the city buy ingspring and summer goods Miss Mary Tumie of Ianvillespent Sunday with friends in Lancaster Mrs John E Stormes and Miss Fannie Doty were in Danville Tues Miss Christine Bradley has been vis iting friends in Stanford and Frank fortMr Dolph Rice and wife of Dan ville have been visiting Mrs A H Rice Miss Ilallie Rice of Marksbury is visiting her sister Miss Sallie Lou MyersMrs George Bruce of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs Eph Brown Misses Dunn and Hamilton of Bry antsville are guests of Mrs Letcher OwsleyJack Rout A S Price Misses Pearl Burnside and Bruce were in our city Sunday Mrs Frank Bacon and baby of Lou isville are visiting the family of Mr John Anderson Miss Lula McClure after a visit to friends hcrehas returned to her home in Crab Orchard The handsome mug of editor W P Walton appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Mrs Allen and little Robertson Cook have returned from a visit to Louisville relatives Mrs Banks Hudson returned yes terday from Lexington where she has been visiting relatives Mr John Baughman and wife of Boyle attended the funeral of Mrs Sallie Ann Harris Monday Mr and Mrs John S Baughman of Danville came up Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs Harris The Junior crokinole club was charmingly entertained Thursday eve ning by Miss Louise Farris George Harris of Carlisle spent Saturday and Sunday with his par cuts E W Harris and wife Mt Vernon Schooler of Paint Lick is here visiting her daughter Mrs Willis Adams Miss Bettie Sparks of Bryantsville has been spending a week with her Mrs Leonidas Robinson f i rLOOOt a uo OOOU OOoaClClOOClooooooo purchasing visiting J day I 1 J r J J J J I SignalMrs I oP0000040000000904o0e0000000e0t OUT EOIRh6 Miss t 7 Mary t 0 f p sister Livingston Colonel Mrs Samuel Ward returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives in Garrard county Miss Ballou of Stanford and her friend Miss Jones of Somerset have been visiting Mrs H M Ballou Richmond J H and daughter Miss Annie spent Sunday with relatives at Hiattsville Mr and Mrs Leonidas Robinson leave this week for Williamstown where he will hold a series of Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith returned from the cities with a nice line of spring and summer mil livery Mr Sam Anderson of GallatinTen nessee attended the funeral of his grand mother Mrs Sallie Ann Harris Monday The crokinole club will meet with Miss Katie Simpson Friday night in stead of tonight on account of the concert Mrs Lydia Murphy of Hammack was called to Bryantsville to see her sister Mrs Wm Duncan who has been quite ill The crokinole club was entertained Friday evening by Misses Bertha Hil ton and Hattie Robinsonat the home of Mr R II Batson Miss Katie Moore and Mr Ansil Ware Miss Hallie Rice and Mr Geo Shumate of Danville attended the minstrels Friday evening Shelby Sentinel lion and Mrs G G Gilbert will leave in a few days for French Lick Springs after which they will go to Asheville N C Elkin of Stanford was in town Sunday He has made Mac cabees of the entire male populace of this country and will soon tackle the Filipinos Mr and Mrs George Wright left this week for Greencastle Ind where they will reside Many friends wish them success and happiness in their new home Misses Julia Mae and JSannieGaines of Danville Miss Early of Lexington Miss Turley of Missouri were enter twined Tuesday and Wednesday by Mrs Sam Haselden Danville Advocate Miss Edna Scott of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Emma Holtzclaw Mrs R M Robinson of Garrard spent Saturday here with her son Frank Quite a number of little girls met at the home of little Estella Coon last Saturday it being her eighth All enjoyed themselves as always do Many presents were given The marriage of Miss Mattie Bron ston Wyatt of Lexingston and Mr Paul Porter of LupelsMiss has been announced The bride is a granddaughter of Mr Dave Best of this cltv and has been a frequent to this place Many Lancaster friends will regret to learn that Mr Archilles Brown of London who was to locate here has decided to move to Danville instead He goes on duty in the collectors of lice there on the first of the month We are glad Killis has gotten a good job The young folks greatly enjoyed the masquerade given by M i s s e s RegisterMrs Kennedy meetings birthday children Drayton visitor Mikea bee i Is is j i r I Handle 6fJ1 EVEn YTHING USED in PAINTING Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town have a full J1e of House Wagon Carriage Barn and 1 Paint Wood Filler Hard Oil Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var nishes Putty Sand Paper Etc it pay you to call tinn H I Remember our Guarantee t1 I J 1 4 We j F J I n We 1 Roof ra White I I p and 1- D will us first E D- s FRISBIES BRUF STORESw p Frankye and Bessie Doty Many in amusing costumes worn but those who excelled all were Mr Guynn who was as M r Clown and Miss Sandusky Miss Chinese Stanford Journal Mesdames Jos Burnside and J M Farra of Garrard spent yesterday with Mrs G A Me Roberts Mrs R E McRoberts of Lancaster was the guest of Mesdames II J and G A McRoberts Miss Christine Bradley of Lancaster the charming daughter of exGov Brad ley is the guestof Miss Tevis Carpen tel Dainty orange wafers are exceed ingly nice to pass with tea or cinnamon wafer should be served with chocolate and a plain unflavored one with coffee You may if you like pass some little bonbons like wafers but you should not any other refreshments at an after noon tea Remember that in these days elegance tends toward simplicity April Ladies Home Journal Our good friend Dr E G Dick of Crab Orchard dropped in on usSatur day and spent a few pleasant hours He tells us the new management is making great improvements in the Springs property and the place will be run in firstclass order this season The number of patients at the Keeley Institute remains about the sameand he has his hands full looking after them Dr Dick is a gentleman inch and man of extraordinary sense and ability Miss Fannie Austin who has had a position in the Blue Grass Grocery store for about two years and has been pronounced to be one of the most po lite and ellicient clerks to be found the city of Lancaster is not in the grocery department of the store now but has assumed entire control or the shoe counter Miss Austins friends are sorry to learn she is not connected with the whole store for she is always found to be so agreeable and accom modating and ever ready to wait customers ADDITIONAL LOCAL W A Traylor wants two or three bushels of wheat Apply to him at Gilberts Creels mar21 tf Wheat Wanted II A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf Several early birds have taken of the few pretty days and planted their gardens They will doubtless repeat the work about the first of June A horse belonging to Mrs Chas Bur dett became frightened and ran thro the streets Saturday afternoon there was no one in the and no damage done The residence of Mr Harry Giovan noli in Danville brought 3005 last week This was less than it cost him but he took the commonsense view that it was cheaper to sell it at a sacrifice than rent it Building a Patronage The members of the Methodist church are building a neat parsonage on their lot adjoining the church Mr R G Ward has the contract and will put up a handsome house 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 hemp or wheat It is about four miles from Lancaster and will be sold at a bargain and I will give you possession at once 314tf J C Hemphill Employ Profeslonal Messrs Geo Smith and Theo Cur rey the local painters have employed Sam Hughes of Danville who is one of the best painters In the State They guarantee their work in every respect and can make you interesting figures See them With Joe Jefferson Out FlMklnff Joseph Jefferson the actor recent ly took one of the contributors of The Ladies Haine Journal with him on one of his famous fishing trips on the coast of Florida and the story of the trip with photographs of the actor at his favorite sport will shortly in the magazine Fields minstrels The Opera House was crowded day night to see Fields minstrels The show was about on a par with those this winter Field was not with this company as his show is di vided and he is traveling with the other half The street band was good A Fine Hotel The Fifth Avenue Hotel in Louis ville is one of the best in the south and is kept up to a high standard that appreciated by the traveling public Miss Annie Brazil has charge of the office and her polite and courteous win many friends for the hotel Electric Railway Scheme A syndicate of New York capitalists at the head of a scheme for the con struction of an electric railway from Harrodshurg to Junction City by the way of Burgin and Danville Mr Fowler their representative has been in Harrbdsburjf during the few days trying to make a deal the electric lighting company there for the control of its plant which will be converted into a power house in the event of the consummation of the deal r e I teresting and o chocolate every a n upon thousand bushels advantage Fortunately buggy begiv- en Fri hire manners last with I l we Walker dress Aging has i C corn exceptionally Take the Queen Sc Crescent Route 3 If you are going North or South el egant trains quick time All Q C d trains connect in Central Union Sta s tion Cincinnati trains for all points North East and West Any Q C Ticket Agent give you information time tables rates etc or address W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Thresher Sold O G Speak the well known th resK er man has sold his machine to Wan Denis Lamb who will operate it in this and adjoining counties this Mr Speak has three openings of which he has not yet decided He will either go to Memphis and a saw mill move to Oklahoma or re main here and run his saw mill A Magazine That Grow The increasing hold that eator has upon the affections of Amer ican women is shown by the fact that the growth of the March issue over February was 90000 being 590000 in all The first edition of 540000 was exhausted within three days after publication and 50000 more copies were needed to till out the require ments The first edition of the April number just on sale is 60000 SelfSupporting College Girls Every college girl and every girl that wants to go to college should read the college notes in The regularly The April number takes up the subject of working thro college and shows how this can be done by scholarships and more ways In the Parisian letter of the same number are some words of to girls of artistic bent who go to Paris to study These words mean dont unless fortified by uncommon strength of character Death of Mrs Harris a brief illness Mrs Sallie Arm Harris died at her homeon Richmond street Saturday night Mrs HarVis was a member of one of the oldest and bestknown families in the county and was respected and beloved by ma ny of the people She was a member of the Christian church and when in good health a constant attendant at the services She leaves two daugh tern Mrs Sim Anderson and Miss Dove who have much sympathy in their bereavement Funeral services were held at the residence Monday afternoon and the remains interred in the Lancaster Cemetery The Newspaper ITIaii The newspaper man in some instan ces is like other people He respects his friends appreciates a kindness and is always willing to return a favor In other respects he resembles his fel lowman He will not continue to pat a man on the back tell him what a good man he is and how much he has done for the town and give him a free business puff every week when the man will not through prejudice or otherwise patronize the paper In other words he stands by the man who stands by him Thats about the way with the world and a newspaper man cannot be expected to be from the other people Dont you Flue Tailoring As Lancaster is without a regular tailor we have taken the agency for W P Woodcock of Danville who keeps sixteen to twenty tailors employed in that place We have a full line of samples and are prepared to make you a suit at any price Our clothing is strictly handsewed and will not get out of shape in a short time like machine sewed goods We guarantee a perfect fit As we have just opened up we have cut our profits down in order to get trial orders The regular cutter of Mr Woodcock will come once or twice each week to take measures If you want a good fit and something that will give you goad wear and hold its shape then give us a trial we can please you Office over Police Court room and have yourmeasure taken mar28 HASELDEN j season run The Delinea- tor original advice After different seeExchange from C with S will Deli over Coup n meD I To Subscribers It is no trouble whatever to change your address from one post Office to another provided you state where paper is to be changed from In other words say Change my paper from Fiddlers Green to Helfersartin and we will know instantly where to find your name Please remember this when writing to any newspaper Good Words for Dee The Richmond h pitnt tilt fotlowiit Dee Turner formerly a constable the Kirksville district and as clever a fellow as ever lived is making a great rep as town marshal of Lancaster He is a holy terror to natives of the Chute and Battle Row and the youngsters who once amused them selves shooting out the electric lights found they were up against it when Dee got after them Crap shooters and dope fiends all look alike to Dee and a blind tiger is now an unknown quantity in Lancaster We also tice that Louis Landram has ceased to chew the rag about disorder in the opera house Keep it up Dee and before long instead of being known for miles around as one of the tough est bugs in the state Lancaster will be looked to as a model of morali ty Heres looking at you Captain Turner County Court nay March court as usual was rather tame in point of business with a small crowd in town THE RECOKD is indebted to Mr G veteran trader for the following items He bought 20 shoats of O T Wallace at 485 10 stock shoats of Tinsley Bros at 5c 100 mixed hogs of different parties at 4J to 5 cts sever al head butcher cattle to 3cts some light springer cows at from 25 to 30 per head Ha sold a mule to Dillion at 100 pigs to Victor Lear at 12 13 stock heifers to John Walker at 1850 per head Jas Dunn sold a bull at 40 and 10 head stock steers to Squire Tate of Stanford at 31 per head J head butcher cows at the pens at 3 to 3c Also a lot of butcher cows of S Morgan at 3 to 3 c There were about 350 head of cattle on the market the demand for good stuff being brisk at 3 to 5e Some sheep in town but no demand Few hogs sold at fair The plug horse was on hand as usual and brought from 23 to 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 and healing salve for skin diseases Unequalled for piles F P Frisbie Last week we said that we would make it to your interest to BUY YOUR SHOES NOW i And we mean it If you are inter ested in low prices on high grade shoes come in and talk with us come in us show you our Big New Stock of Peters shoes fresh from the factory If you dont need shoes nowyou la ter and ifwe can save you money you want to know we can save you money Let us prove it Dress shoes or work shoes its one to us We have a big assort mens of all kinds Ward the Pant n BSwinebroadthe at 2t C Lynn prices 0 anywaylet will itand ill rowans bought severa 5 r o 1 And a New Stock of FIENEW Buggies Surries I 3 h BUCK BO ETC We have the largest and most complete line or Buggies Surries Phaetons and Buckboards ever in Lancaster We have in stock the wellknown and high grade Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Mayer Woodhull and several other firstclass makes of vehicles We also cheaper grades which we can sell from thirty dollars up We can suit you in quality price and terms Come see our large stock and low prices We are Headquarters for Harness Romans Elmore 1 tN I A R DS Lancaster Y 9 a tr ar i Qt 4 lit1IICROBERTS E r f CHANGE IN THE FIRM A t tw NEWY a fit M DRUC sal p f js The firm of Lillard Stout having been dissolved I will continue to conduct a FIRST CLASS DRUG and BOOK ESTABLISHMENT the old stand Please call and settle your account S i L k n h 0 j B S T O TJ TDANVIIIE KENTUCKY j NOW READYHi We are back from the markets and are prepared to31 show the i Handsomest Millinery j In Central KentuckyP We have had much experience in buying and know how to select the newest and prettiest patterns and also how to buy them at the right prices See ourjpni goods before buying elsewhere 1 SALLIE D The Time For 1 TORNADOES fHas Arrived Several cities and towns have been 5 greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS jHave your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD 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 sssfcioa from th9 to themost expensive made We have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possble prices A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Ward Deutch Gesprochen J G BANZHAF Clerk i I r Jrfr rtir E E iUiUU UUUUUUUUU 4UUUU U U UjU 1U1U1U uuum cheap est VarnishesWindow S JOHiNT 004- r i TiLLETTrn rn rn rn r PI f r r 1r BANK f SURPLUS 10 00060 LANCASTER A President STomxza Vice President BC DXNNT Cashier P ROBIKSOW JB S T EMBB- TAsat Cashr BISECTORS But 1 D Cockraa JM 8 llMma ACBOUBMB r4iJJr NATIONAL CAPITAL J 1 Dim Jao E Bookkeeper LDJ xhuWrcL a t 1 THE tse0e00e Or El- S t IL Ales Jae Itoraee W ORGANIZED 1883 S HHflftil Bull OFLJUr01BIEIJT Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 SOLICIT j X HiaanraoiHAM Prtaldea- LXWIS Y IiIAYXLL YlCMPtMldeB- IBT Cuhtot W O Kisrar Assistant CD WALKB DDtXCTOKa JMHlMmOTKUr IiXWH YLXATK TXAUQLB l HUD Cash Boo t J Bv8IIR1 Oar aGarase0 B1BUDION- LJ1paLx ra UJJr M M WKSy vM pf f iigNI1Tear for a Vain Only expectant mothers or those who havcborno children know the full meaning of these words Every woman should tell every other woman about MOTHERS wonderul linI- ment that dispels all incident to childbirth Thera Is like it- NO s MORTON of Co sayS Too mucb ant f be in of Mothers Friend used ollly two bottles before confinement and was In tabor but nty ninutes She is doiDJ splendidly thanks to Mother Friend Sold bran best or sent s paid en receipt 100 Book entitled Motherhood con 1 FRIEND that pain nothing narloweN said rhurrists will be taiaing interesting facts for all aces of the gentler sex mailed free npoa Sead your friends address TIlEIt DFIELDEEGULATOUCOAtlnnta Cn- fa Closing of the Colored SchoolI ProfTas A White Principal The exercises of pupils in lower grades of Colored School were held Wednesday evening at Baptist church At first it seemed that the weather would be unfavorable but the clouds cleared away and the little folks met the hour with the glee usually man i fested on a Christmas holiday Miss Bessie Miller assistant had charge of Miss Adams pupils with her latter being sick Mrs Dr Pettiford caused a silence by strains of music from the organ thence the children marched to the stage and rendered with their voices Life is Real They held their positions while Prof C F Anderson implored Divine bless ingsthen they rendered Crown them with Roses The exercises for two hours with much interest and success The crowning exercises of the occa sion were those that took place Thurs day evening Marh 21 at the Court House A crowd was gathering all day Thursday from adjoining coun ties to witness the occasion The clock on the steeple notified the tators of the appointed time and stringed instruments began to set the J waves of air in motion Thence thio the lobby and into the temple of jus tice came Jas A White his staff and those whose faces shone with honors they had achieved and which they were about to receive in so great and 1 grand a struggle These divided at the entrance so as to descend the aisle on each side and passing each other on the stage they were seated The music included the Laecaster String Band with solos and chorus La Grippe prevented the attendance 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 A raffle is sure to be a success if people are willing to take the chances 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 Seek and ye shall find applies very forcibly to the man who is looking for troubleProf 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 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 It isnt always the loser in a pugal istic contest that gets the swelled head Mrs C E VanDeusen of Kilbourae Wls was afflicted with stomach and constipation for a long time She says Ihava tried many but none have done me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These Tablets drug store Price 25c Samples free ownthe theE J trouble preparations arefor sale continued atMcRoberts of County Supt Miss Elisa J Lust which was sadly regretted The re wards furnished by her for the severally for faithfulness were presented with glowing tribute by James A White The diplomas were presented by Rev Wm Shaw after an interesting and enthusiastic address He encouraged the principles true manhood and womanhood The motto He who stands goes Backward hung boldly on white cloth in blue letters contributing beauty and grandure to the exercises making prominent the last three The district under the advice and management of its present has progressed nicely It is said of one eminent colored gentleman and he goes he always makes a way We admire seeing others coming forth making a way struggling to extricate and their people from paths of idleness and vice The exercises on the whole were worthy of comment and add another to the crown of principal James White The essays came in the following order Cities Lamps of Influence Emma Yantis Pride of America Susie Hope versus Despair Ellen C Perkins Maclaines Child Susie Beaz Make way for Liberty Virgie B Anderson From School to Life s Berthy Lackey No Look Backward Maggie G Anderson of rewards Miss Elisa Lusk County Supt of Schools Address and presentation of Diplomas Rev W M Shaw First Honors Their promptness and their pleasant effects make DeWitts Little Early Risers most popular little pills where ever they are known They are perfect for liver and bowel troub les F P Frisbie The dog with the handsomest doesnt always put up the fight The stomach controls the situation Those who are hearty and strong are those who can eat and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you eat and allows you to eat all the good food you want If you suffer from indigestion heartburn belching or any otherstomach trouble this preparation cant help but do you good The most sensitive stomachs can take it F P Frisbie It is only in a game of drawpoker that the unexpected never fails to happen A Good Cough Medicine for I have no hesitancy in recommend ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy 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 rec ommended to me by a druggist as best cough medicine for children as contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by R E McRoberts 1 j n graduates of orations principal presidentWherever themselves Perkins Battlefield Presentation simply collar strongest digests n says F druggist cy ti s You Get the Profits and retailer are out your choice from stock and Our plan of No3 Single Strap Under our plan of selling A glesand you get the profits TheJob direct with the manufacturer the cost or PIe making with moderate added and you with leather r BSttetic a profit qwt t 736 Selling Carriages Direct Insures satisfaction yonr money dfaaat Our complete Illustrated showing many grade harness robes v and ho ree equipments with detailed deacri- pX THE COUMiUtaUUdfttt AND HARNESS sty lox TI2 Celaalat J it fled catalogue none of each o11e News Corporal Edward M Crutchfield of Lexington was killed while lighting in the Philippines The County Clerk at San Francisco refused to allow forty Japanese to American citizens A black Carrie Nation of Chicago attacked the enemies of the colored home crap games and policy shops with an ax Attorney General Breckinridgc filed suit at Frankfort against the Adams and American Express Companies for 246400 for franchise taxes and penal ties The Louisville Dispatch has its last number and given up the ghost By order of court it quits the journalistic field and its effects are to be sold for the benefit of creditors Germany will borrow 300000000 marks from a German syndicate next month New Mexico will send a committee to Washington work for statehood May Comstock a young music stu dent committed suicide at Chicago because she couldnt raise 7 The Court of Appeals decided that it had no jurisdiction in the case of a saloonkeeper fined for selling liquor on Sunday Senator Tillman says the South Car olina dispensary has reduced 50 per cent and give other satis factory results 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 and every throat and lung trouble It is a specific for grippe and asthma and has long been a well known remedy for whooping cough F P Fris bte Central Labor Union of Louisville will endeavor to have Leg islature pass a law against child la bor and in favor of compulsory edu cation and free school books Jean Montgomery colored is under arrest at Danville charged with mur dering his little daughter to obtain 80 insurance on her life The Bank of Columbus Kv was robbed Monday morning at 2 oclock of from 7000 to 10000 the robbers escaping but four suspects were cap tured at Union Tenn 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 F P Frjsbie Four men are reported to have kid naped Mat Delph from Livingston Delph was a member of the revenue party which raided several moonshine stills A terrific windstorm swept over Birmingham Ala and vicinity Mon day killing fifteen people in Birming ham and suburbs and injuring many Fifty were killed at Irondale a few miles away A number of houses are reported to have been wrecked While exploring a cave John Charles Thompson farm near Har rodsburg a negro man found a mus ket that had probably been left in there by a Confederate soldier There is another advance of 25 cents a ton on pig iron in Alabama making a rise of 125 since the November election Manufacturers predict a further advance About 6000 has been subscribed for the purpose of presenting to Rear Ad miral Schley a modest home in the suburbs of Washington increase the sum of 15000 Headache often results from a dis orded condition of the stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach Liver will correct these dis orders and cure the headache Sold by R E McRoberts druggise A L Johnson promises within the next two years to carry passengers by a trolly line from Philadelphia to New York for five cents Mr Johnson will commence to build the line at once The fare will be forty cents at first Agency Ia Oct 17 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill Gents I have used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with marked success I unhesitatingly recommend it to those suffering with Stomach Troub Ie or Constipation Its certainly a blessing to humanity You are at liberty to use my testimonsal respectfully F M Wilcoxson Roberts drug store Washington Anderson aged sixtyeight years who has just been admitted to the Pleasants county W Va poorhouse has confessed to married seventeen women last ten years All are said to living Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism 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 case First with rheumatism in the shoulder from which he suffered pain for days which was relieved with two applications of Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and tire relief in very short time Second in rheumatism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe was relieved two tions rubbing with liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain sale McRoo erts druggist c I ca r O U 0 become thenext City onthe It is to Very Geor ha iting excruciating ten Rain byRE i z 000000 GENE Ali 000000000000000000000 published nonpartisan drunkenness expel an Tablets D with pa which the For y T t v t I will exchange some good springers and fresh cows for ewes J C Slier Strayed or stolen from my Lexington street a black boar to shoat weight about 75 pounds for return J A Beazley or three and pigs Also some good springer cows G A Swinebroad A Swinebroad will buy all kinds of live tock and has on hand at all times live stock for sale Will trade swap or barter f tf A fine body of asphalt has been dis covered near Ashland Ky said to be tine for street paving This source of wealth The Drovers Journal gives the fol lowing summary of the second days sale of Shorthorns at Kansas City Mo Marah G 1901 In the Kansas City sale pavilion 42 head of Short J horn cattle from four of the leading herds of Kentucky those of Abe Ren ick of Sycamore E K Thomas of North Middletown Oscar Johnson of Winchester and J of Paris were sold Most of them to Renick and Thomas John son selling about five and Mr Hall one The majority were young cattle some being calves which have but recently been weaned In view of this fact the average brought 20321 must be regarded as a good one The ten hulls brought an average of 20650 and 32 cows 202 The highest price paid was 505 which was brought by Mr Thomas bull Fitzhugh Lee sold to Harry Witten of Trenton Mo Mr Thomas cow 30th Mary of Glenwood was bought by Will Robbins of Hor ace Ind for 410 and Mr Thomas cow Lady Washington by G M Ca sey of Shawnee Mound Mo 1r Those were the only prices ud ex ceeding 400 Whole Cabbage if you want to It wont hurt you People used to think cabbage hung heavy in their stomachs After each meal no matter what you eat take a dose of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin You will never suffer from Constipa tion Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Troubles McRoberts drug store It is i poor horserace that doesnt bring something to threeball merchant An Honest Medicine for La Grippe George W Waitt of South Gardiner Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grip and have 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 est medicine For sale by R E Mo Roberts THE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Total sales in this market last week were 3785 against 4077 hhds on corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week 2675 hhds against 2758 nhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 641 hhds 18 per cent of the auction sales against 19 per cent for preceding week Of the total sales 3256 hhds were Bui ley and 529 were dark tobacco The only change in the tone of the market since last week worthy of notice is the improvement in common graaes The red Burleys elling 7 down have met much better competition this week than and prices have been nearer outside figures of quotations There was not much if any the grades above 7 Some tobacco men thought they were a trifle easier but an occasional neglected hogshead was accounted for by the fact that it was out of order Some of the redry houses of the manufacturers are pretty well filled and the buyers discriminating a little more closely against the soft order samples Colo ry kinds were steady and strong at quotations Farmers Home Journal SORES AND ULCERSSores and Ulcers never become chronic unless the blood is in condition is sluggish weak and unable to throw oft the that accumulate in it The system must be relieved of the unhealthy matter through the sore and great danger life should before blood has been made and healthy and allimpurities eliminated from the sys tem ing and invigorating the blood up the general health and removing from the system A CONSTANT DRAM UPON THE SYSTEM When this has been accomplished the dis charge gradually ceases the sore or ulcer It tendency of these old sores to grow worse and worse to the bones Local while soothing and to some extent cannot the seat of the trouble S S S does and no matter how apparently condition even constitution has broken down it will bring relief when nothing else can It supplies the rich to sore and nourish MrJ Miss Six my from the knee to foot was one sore Several physicians treated me and I made two trips to Hot it made acomplete cure I have been a per fectly well man ever is the etable blood purifier known no poisonous minerals p P and add to than relieve your uffer ing8 flesh does not heal readily scratched bruised or blood condition and any ordinary sore is to become chronic Send for our free book call write our physicians We no this service SWIFT SPECIFIC C ATLANTA M premises- on For SaleTwo fine sows p is lI Mall belonged I l 0 a congratulate olds from changed ding to the all effete matter inindolent beapplications tho n the debilitated diseased lady B Talbert Lode Box no relief J was to S S 0n1 ure ye tom If inwhen cut ur caSe Tifa ii J 1 i it 4t 00 Reward another saps flfIf 8 Nat the last am poisons SSS the sold Spn abut found Sand rather about molar nsng G Of TEATISR8VILLE Mr Kemp Walker bought of Alex Walker a sow for t50 John Bogie purchased of Russ Sampson a beautiffil buggy mare for 50 Messrs Herod and Reather Ray sold J M Walker a nice lot of shoats at 475 Messrs Willie and Felix Jones have gone to Illinois to make their future homeAlex Simpson has been with his cattle He has lost six of calves and one cow since the first DecemberMiss Burton has been her brothers Robert and Richard Burton It is extremely the friends of Mrs Will Jones to hear of her continued having been confined to her room for two months is sufficiently able to be out and if no relapse will soon be enjoying good health Mr and Mrs E Eubanks of Lincoln county will shortly leave for Oklahoma to locate Mrs Will Simpson accompanied by her son Master Creed and Miss Irene Simpson has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Wilmore Mrs Simpson was a guest of her parents Mr and Mrs flyers previous to their departure for High Bridge their newly chosen home Miss Maud Best has returned to her home in Milledgeville after a brief visit to Miss Sandidge Mr and Mrs J M Walker daughters Emmaand Pattie also Mrs Moberly from Illinois Saturdav and Sunday at Wesley Walk ers Mrs Eliza Saddler is spending this week with the family of W West Forest Curtis and wife have been visiting Hiram Ray Mrs Lee Brown has returned from Kirksville where she has been to see her daugh ter Mattie who is there at college and is reported quite sick 1t head visiting gratifying- to improvement- she spent T 5 unfortunate Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short and in best possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUIRE TOWN PROPERTY As administrator of Mrs Nannie E I will oil Monday April 22 1901 publicly deface the court house door in sell to the highest and lest bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville and Lexington streets Property Is in good repair well located and very Terms known on day of sale J A LAUGHTER Admr having claims against said Mrs Nannie E Carpenter will present them to me properly March 22 1901 R KINNAIRD INSURANCE RepresentiiFolloiiiiE Companies Aetna- e Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercnautile Produce Crops the most satisfactory Our Stocks the best and we the largest assortment of Seeds lathe Central West t Vegetable Field Grass Flower and Loam Seed Potatoes Ontea Sets Seed Urals and all the best Forage crops at moderate prices Our New Catalogue is a Dandy descriptions all crops it valuable articles written by authorities on each subject on Cow Peas Market Gar denim Forage Crops Fertilizers Fun mH It FREB provided you mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KY Executors Notice and settle All persons having claims said John V present them properly proved 1 J A Robinson JBKlnnaird notice Carpenter Lancaster A tna LIfe Ins Co g HartfordConn SEEDSWood Stubbs I CI are carry i i I Its With nerd about sowing and cultivating All to Cook i d Purchased results filled information r persons knowing themselves indebted John V Cook dec are to call np the rzeeatora at the office of Dr J B Rinnair Wee B Executors bLucuterXy March61914 ack7- t tr I r on c 4v LANDRAM Real Estate Agents 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 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 charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us No 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for a Doctor or Merchant and very convenient onestory frame house has four rooms hallway 3 verandas and a sum mer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill in Lancaster 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid building site for a nice residence in a good neighborhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desireabe location in every particular This property is cheap and will go quick No 3 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster adja cent to item No 2 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in excellent neighborhood building site good and commanding Price low Terms to suit purchaser No 4 Farm Of 52 Acres about four miles from Lancaster on Middle Fork of Sugar Creek known us the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultiva tion 20 acres of good tobacco or hemp land the rest is rich and productive Neverfailing water and fencing in good repair Land has been well treated i story box house 4 rooms and a poarch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for garden plat 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 abundancesufficient 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 Farm Of 60 Acres in RockcastIe Co in the bottom Copper Creek just across the Garrard and Rockcastle line All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water i story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given after April ist 1901 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda handsomely finished in side and conveniently constructed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable oral 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 9 Vacant Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street too 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 R L Davidson LawOffice over Stormes store Louis Laiulram Central Record ollice DAVIDSON estate no indirectly releasedetc r Anew andconvenient t Farm of86 throughout of 1 street OR Knights of Pythias 1 Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally J W SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZUEY without pain Air Office In Bulldlnjr Danville street oppo Ite Presbyterian church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeriiigand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F RUBBLE Attormey at LawReal Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargalne in Blue Grass faraw KR S W fADEthe Bookout I k t invited for i KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases CHI CVO KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by physicians as best for Kidney troubles PRICE 5c and For Senator We are authorized to announce EWLlllnr as a candidate for the nomination of Senator for the 8th district subject to the action of the Democratic party T J HoodDENTIST Office over Blue Grass Grocery Richmond street All work promptly and satlfact only Charges reasonable TONSORIAL PARLORS D E DAVIS Prop LANCASTER v KENTUCKY Handsomely Fitted Clean and Comfortable Workmanship Guaranteed Shaving HairCutting Dyeing etc Honing of Razors a Specialty Hemp Wanted Will pay highest Cash Market Price for Hemp delivered at either Lancaster or y hose Bear HyatsvtlJe Feb2L tOO dons eminent l at WEST