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TWELFTH YE4R Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Xj ar Second Cla s Hatter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 4 1901 ONE DOLLAR YEAR J Yf t tnttn S SUJCIEIJ LAN RAi A F i 1ti thi Surries Buggies BOTTOM PRICES PhaetonsRoad i t1LUUU11 J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward i AND VICINITyr 7a aa a aa aaa aa LANCASTER Garden Seed at Curreys Northern Seed Potatoes cheap at the Blue Grasss 40 boxes new Lambrequins for man tles etc at Thompsons Drug Store is headquarters for garden seed mar283t Evens New Disc Corn Planter sold by E C Gaines Bro 2t Take your carriage etc to Conn and have it repaired uptodate There will be work in the Fellow Craft degree at the Masonic lodge Tuesday night Now is the time for painting Your every want can be supplied at Fris bies Drug Store mar283t Our 50c shirts are as good as any shirts you will buy in Lancaster at 75 cents II T Logan We have a lot of Remnants in Mat tings which we are making low prices on to close them out The Logan Dry Goods Co When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All rocers sell it and thousands are us Wheat Wanted II A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand bush els of wheat and will pay the highest price for same tf Shirt waists will be worn by the men this summer They may be comfortable but they are en tirely too Sissy A sack of bonbons and a gum rattler will be thrown in with each waist Please remember the new grocery store near Marksbury IIemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood Take Notice As I have sold my hery stable it is important tint you callat once and pay your account with niU as all this business must be closed de lay This notice is for all who are on my books W Frisbi S i ing it Miner Son market extensively without intend d B wwfw wwv f orders S C Burton I rm 8 f fri5ft1 1 ffA 0J OOOIQIIOOOOOIIOOOOOOCCOIOC OOooooo ooooooooooo 000000000000I I We are Agents the 1 RIGINAL DRESS IjILBERT LININGS D i Tie Loau Dry GoMs Co o 0 for 1 4D 1 I i I Ask to see their Latest Novelties ORIENTAL She Sea Island Silk It Silk COttOn1 I Used ashfonableModisteandJ- LadiesTailors Y For Lining Skirt for we GILBERTS CELE PAST BLACK LININGS The Stand for Years Every Yard Guaranteed jUDOOOOOO YARDS ALQ 1Qua1itie l m sII eSSSSSg10S11NSSS00SN0S00pssssNN Si I The Loan Dry Goods e SILK dkPremier SiI r ommodro Fabric A11harethc Beauty of linked to rinc and waist or also GRATED COUNTkJYSorsaleinA1 OSSSIus Go fi y Easter Egg Dyes at Thompsons f3 Jo can line Bartlett Peas Ole at the Blue Grass Grocery Piping and fixtures valves piping steam guages etc at Conns Wanted Car load iron and bones II B Northcott Ed Hughes has bought the Carpen ter property on Lexington street for 1200 For Sale Winchester Repeating Shotgun Used but little Will sell cheap Apply at this ollice Our paint is guaranteed to be the best on the market try it Frisbies Drug Store mar2S3t Our 12 and suits for men are the nobbiest ever shown in Lancaster for the money II T Logan The recent rains have put new life in the wheat and it is growing in this section almost as fast famous bean stilk I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceriesT If you need letter heads envelopes statements or any other printing give THE RECORD ofiice a show at it If you are not perfectly satisfied it will cost you nothing Saddles at 500 ana up Harness to 2000 Buckboards 25 to SGOOO Buggies 5 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 One car of Cypress Shingles We bought these shingles at a bargain and can sell them at 325 per thousand our regular price being J S The County Levy The Court of Claims has been in ses sion this veek and a large number of accounts and bills against the county were allowed The amount will ex ceed that of last year The court then fixed the county levy at 97 cents the same as last year 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 Puniness For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage 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 C C Becker tf Bryantsville Bee Keepers To the bee keepers of Garrard and adjoining counties See the Pullins Bee Hive the latest improved Patd March 5 1901 Call on or address R A Store Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or ter ritory rights for sale 44tf Opening of Fine lUillljiery- My regular opening of Spring Mil linery will be held next Saturday und I cordially invite all the ladies to can and see prettiest line of hats no tions etc ever shown in Lancaster make you interesting figures on all the newest creations Sallie D Tillett Lower Rate of Taxation The City Council met in regular session Monday night and transacted a lot of routine business The rate of taxation was also fixed for the pres ent year Last year the rate was 65 cents but the Council finds that 50 cents will cover the expenses and so ordered for this year Nothing else of interest was done Leading Colleges to Unite There is a strong probability of Cen tre College Danville and Central University Richmond uniting The Danville college is controlled by the Northern Presbyterian church and the school at Richmond by the Presbyterians As all the between the two wings have about disappeared the prospects for this consolidation are more than prob able Itwould make one of the strong est institutions of learning in the South Improvements at Depot The Ellen N has been adding more improvements at the Lancaster depot The waiting rooms have been painted new and comfortable seats placed therein new doors swung new stoves placed and large lamps put into ser vice Mr Patterson keeps the place as neat as a new pin for which the traveling public is deeply grateful While the committee who went to Richmond to get a depot will not the building yet they are res ponsible for these improvements and general fixing up Theres nothing like hustling r r r 15 asJacks 5 350 Miner Sons the We t Southern differences I k can new secure t f 5 Seed potatoes of all kinds at T Curreys Large Prunes at GJc per Ib at the Grocery 2 Perfection suits for boysand chil dren H T Logan Do not failto the fad in spring suits Capital Wagon best ever made Sold C C Gaines Pro 2t goods as cheap as goods at other places Several young men are working up a home talent minstrels which to be the best of the season No other firm can give you as guarantee on paint as Frisbies Drug Store 3t Frisbie handles the best paint in town and it will pay you to buy it from him mar2S3t The Public Square has been In other words a few loads of rust have been scattered in broken doses thereon If you are going to paint your house barn fence wagon or anything else Frisbies Drug Store is the place to buy it mar2S3t The C W B Ms Friday service of the week of prayer will be held at the home of bars Frank Hubble All who sympathi with the cause of Mission are invited to attend For Light Bread Rolls and Cake baking there is flour that beats Yards White Swan Ask your grocer for it be glad we told you how good itis the Miller Attention School Children We will pay 100 for the best of a black cat Must be ten or more contestants See our card in window The Logan Dry Goods Co Pro JZopyors ITZcciiiig 17 An error was made Joe Hoppers meeting at Paint Lick for the 7th It should have been Wednesday the 17th at which time he will the meeting and continue some days Please remem ber the date 17th Farm For Sale I have a 10 acres for sale a portion of whicliMS in grass and the balance is suitable for hemp or wheat It is about four miles from Lancaster and will be sold at bargain and I will give you possession at once 314tf J C Hemphill Good Fits Guaranteed I will have an experienced man to take measures for suits this season Fits and quality guaranteed Prices as low as the lowest Several hundred samples from three of the best tailor ing houses in America See me before buying M D Hughes Spring Announcement I take pleasure in announcing to my friends and hopedfor patrons that I now have on exibition an entirely new stock of firstclass Millinery Goods at 109 East Richmond Av with an solicitation for you to call before buying elsewhere Miss D B Harris Equal Rights Association Miss Clay president of the Equal Rights Association was in Lancaster last week and organized a local auxiliary to the above named organization The officers are Mrs W O Bradley president Mrs Mar garet Gill vice president Mrs B F Walters secretary Mrs G M treasurer Easter Reception by C IV B This organization will hold a at the rooms adjoining Miss Sallie Tillets millinery store next afternoon and evening oclock and lasting until 10 refreshments will be served for the small sum of fifteen cents Easter eggs will be on hand in abundance at for 5 cents As the proceeds are to be given toward the building of the Christian church you should and encourage the noble women in their efiorts Former Lancaster Boy The Louisville papers tell of an to young Amos McCampbell who is well known in Lancaster lived here with his aunt Miss Leila Bryant The young man to Louisville where his father lives after remaining here and going to school for a year or so McCampbell who enlisted December 5 last year as secondrate oiler at Chicago says that on the night of March 17 a cylin der head blew out tearing a hole in the of the transport and injuring fourteen men He says that his eye was scalded out He was taken to the marine hospital at Boston On exam ination by the board of which Rear Admiral Cotton was president he was discharged from service as unfit for duty McCampbell is twentytwo years of age BlueGrass J C 1 Currey sells good pay for inferior gocd- a patched no and YOlviIl picture in announcing- Bro corn Kentucky reception Saturday beginning- at 13 nets attend I accident sec flan cis Ilemp cheap uu promises Bates commence farm of1 earnest Patterson ilL Elegant having returned hull I I iGood lard 7c per lb at Grass Grocery lOc can Early June the Blue Grass Grocery Jt All the novelties of season in hats H T Swellest line of Shirts in town from 25c up Ward Sympson Buy your seed at Frisbies Drug Store and get the best and We have just received line of Herrings thisweek The Logan Dry Goons Co See the line of RoadWagons Bug gies Surries Ect also ask for price on same at Conns Carriage Shop Buggies Surries Pheatons Harness Saddles Bridles Etc at bargains Conns Carriage Shop W A Traylor wants two or three thousand bushels of wheat Apply to him at Gilberts Creek mar21 tf 5 00 Cabbage IMniits And anything else you want in the flowering or vegetable plant line at the Lancaster Greenhouse 1000 for five years Good security and reasonable rate of interest For name apply at THE RECORD cilice It If you are in doubt about what 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 Ilemphill The time is up to settle 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 Just Received A large lot of samples of 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 Knuk Stock for Sale I will sell privately for cash four teen shares of stock in the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster If will offer same to the highest bid der before Court House door at 2 oclock p m on April 29th 1901 Ad dress P O Box 199 Lancaster Ky ole at I he Logan freshestt Yunted Notice tit Blu I 1 Peas for C anew tined i i yours outsold Grass Grocery Easter Egg Dyes 100 pictures for 5 cents at Thompsons A All kinds of seed in and at Frisbies Drug Store m283t Lace Striped Hose for Ladies Polka Dots for Gentlemen Ward Sympsou A large arch lamp has been placed on time Chute which is a great help to the police Talk about your 5c corn we have it I Good people say so Ward Sympson 30 broke mules 35 to 16 hands high Jeff Dunn Bryantsville Ky J C Hemphill has the Rin ides a monthly Fashion Journal that he will present to will ask for it The bowling alley is the source of much pleasure to many of the citizens It is well patronized through the day and at night it is always crowded Mrs S D Merritt has muted to the old Beazley homestead on Paulding street where she is prepared to wait upon those wanting firstclass dress making When you want staples in Dry Goods come to see us Pepperell Hope Cotton or Bro Cotton we have it also O N T to make it with Ward Sympson tiers fSici Mmitli 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 carriage repair department is now have iirstclass workmen in branch good trimmers blacksmiths and wood workmen 1 am turning out as good work as is done in Kentucky Come in and see W J Why IlememberJ Two communications were received at this ollice this and last week but as they were not signed of course they went the way of all such letters As often as the fact is it does seem that people would that nothing finds its way into print unless the publisher knows from whence it came nest teal gallon le Blue J package I and its good For lroyal th sC lo Sheeting completewe every painters iou excellent published barn Ioil he at bulk Sale C t- Our Pto lass Cant A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys V If you want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey Get your garden seed at Frisbies Drug Store mar2SJt See our liens all wool suits at S500 better ones at 750 II T Logan Wanted four or five bales of tim othy hay F J White RECORD ollice Buy your paint at Frisbies Drug Store and get an absolute guarantee mar283t For Sale Butterine Those who cant get best buttertry ourbutterinc H B Northcott Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currevi A good hoorse to drive for his board and keeping R G Brown rood Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order P B Kemper If you want to buy shoes come to a shoe store to buy them where you can find all kinds all styles and all Prices n T Logan While Fields minstrels were at work in Ashland the long tails of a performers coat caught fire from a furnace and caused a panic among the audience Everybody likes good flour that is whv they bring their wheat to Yards mill We guarantee every pound of our flour to be as good as any made Bates the Miller Next Sunday morning Eld A R Moores subject will be the recent De ciples held in Lexington At night the C W B 31 will hold special services The latter has been observing the week of prayer which these services will bring to a close KjitcH 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 tilao30 More Local on page 3 I Convention Wanted C Perfection Suits Perfection Suits 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 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 rich 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 The OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher Perfection Suits V u Perfection Suits O C COX SCpri nCf I 1 vv I I o 2 2 mak- eS 0 ti I II I I LOGAN f I L c f jc 4 er a I Zvi a Novelties iF- thIFe s 1 t rdi C I effects t y NOW READY I I 000 00 o o000oooo o RRH8 THURSDAY APRIL 4 1901 ELEVEN YEARS OLD With this issue of THE RECORD the paper enters upon the twelfth year of its existence The paper was estab lished April 1 1890 by Jas R Marrs who had charge until April 1 1895 when the present management took the reins We were very much like Mr W P Walton who said that when he entered journalism his desire to become an editor overreached his judgment and he paid a dear figure for the privilege In our case we an obligation out of all reason and have since been weighted down by a debt which has hung over our sanctum like a cloud Only those who have tried it can appreciate the dim culty of engaging in business with no experience no money and few friends but we determined to fight off the blues and chaw the bit come what may This issue begins the seventh year of our humble efforts and we en ter it with renewed determination to make a harder fight than ever before to send out a decent readable paper The people of Garrard county have stood by us nobly and words are to express our heartfelt thanks for the many favors bestowed The question is asked Why does a paper have such a hard time in Lancaster This can be answered in a very few words It is simply because the people of the town have the same ungovernable desire to patronize that they have in all other bus ness ventures established in Lancas ter We dont stand by home institu tions as we should A little jackleg drummer can come to Lancaster and sell machinery clothing flourlumber patent medicines stationery or any thing else home men have for sale and get spot cash for same Any man of reason knows this is not right but many people will patronize these who never pay a cent taxes or contribute in any way toward keep ing up the town The way to consid er this is to bring it to your own door You make what you have off of Lan caster people This being the case why should you take this money and send it away when your next door GET A LOAF OF BREAD E BEST HVM Ballou Co l assumed inadequate often outsiders foreigners I LDgaoD B I h f ti MY SPRING and SUMMER Lines of Merchant TAILORING I Are now in and I will askmy friends and the public generally to call and see them as 1 can show you A Few Novelties that Cannot be Found Elsewhere 0Every suit made by THE ROYAL TAILORS will equal that of any HOME TAILOR in FIT and and at a cost of 25 per cent less I also have a cheap line from which S I can make you vSoi A Suit to Your Measure for 10 rpf And guarantee a fit Please call and see my line before the best 3- fSi styles are all sold out 3H Same old stand 110 SouthEast cor Public Square Yours For Business jjk J C 0 0 WORKMANSHIP Q IlaJ 110 H hellemp Q Q Q Q ly f 0 Y Q RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY C NTRALI ONE YEAS IN ADVANCE Six MONTHS THBEE J JOO 50 25 neighbor is striving for meat and bread the same as you This same mistake is doubtless made in all towns but we believe it is worse in Lancas ter than any where else We have the best people in the state here in Lancaster and if all will pull and work for one another we will soon have the best town in Kentucky THE RECORD has always put forth its best efforts for the advancement of Lancasters interests and we dont say it boastingly every improvement suggested by the paper has been We havent dabbled in but taken up the space and time in pushing for local improvements We may not publish as much news as some people would like to readbut we know we have suppressed many cles that would have stirred up strife and hard feelings among the people Those who have slung mud at the nave been treated with silent as such cattle are not worthy of notice Our columns have been open at all times to those who wished to air their views when such articles were free from malice and of interest to our readers On several occasions we have had articles offered in which men would want to hide behind the press and say mean things about but these have been promptly turned down If men want to fight they must do so with their bare knuckles and not with our type We are deeply grateful to our pat ronsfor past favors and hope by efforts and strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their patronage We have like the rest of humanity made mistakes but such things will never cease until St Peter fits a pair of wings to our feeble frame IN capturing Aguinaldo Gen Fun ston displayed more genuine courage than has been shown during the trouble since the breaking out of the Spanish war Sampson Dewey and others were all placed where they were bound to fight or take a good drubbing Funston carefully planned what is given up to be the most dar ing piece of work attempted in warfare As he was a plain ordi ordinary man its safe to predict that the parlor generals will put all in the way of proper recognition of him It is also safe to say that Funston will not come back to and show the rear end of his as did all the others save Schley MRS CARRIE NATION visited last week and after her lecture in the opera house took in several and other resorts where she to the people to turn from the error of their way When Mrs first went on her crusade many believed she was mentally wrong but time has proven that she is a woman of fine sense and her efforts are prompted by a warm heart The old devil is getting such a firm grip on the world that it is time to fight him with hatchets or better yet gatling KANSAS doubtless has her whiskers plaited with red white and blue With two such notables as Fun ston and Carrie Nation the old state has a right to feel her keeping GEN FDNSTONS noble work was probably not officially recognized it was found that he comes up to Sampsons ideal of social prestige IF those dry Sundays continue in Lexington the old town will soon have no ground to say the last census does her an Skin troubles cuts burns scalds and chafing quickly heal by the use of peWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be sure you get FPFrisbie I t s together forthcoming politics paper contempt people renewed entire modern obstacles America trousers Lexington saloons appealed Nation guns ribbon until injustice l t t k art a i 2 I PAINT LICK Mr Armp Adams is dangerously ill Our merchants have made a cut on sugar The selfbinder men are doing some hustling here now Miss Florence Lackey has been very low with pneumonia There was 2340 dozen eggs shipped from here this week A good many jokes were played on the ooys April the first Robert Arnold sold 150 barrels of corn to T S Burnam at 240 Dog fighting foot racing and scuf fling are the chief amusements here Cassenburg has moved into his new office adjoining Fish Cos Jake Robinson of Lancaster was here a few days ago trying to buy some yearling mules Sam Jennings got one of his feet pretty badly cut setting up a two horse corn planter A B Estridge sold a lot to the Bank and a nice two story brick building will be put up at once The frost and cool weather we have had in the last few days has not been very beneficial to Tom Palmers early beans he planted some three weeks the old men that have passed the threescore and ten mile post get on a drunk and paint the town red boys in their teens cant be expected to do any better Peter Howe received the contract to build the foundation for the Bank The contract brick and carpen ters work has not been let yet Will Tudor has accepted a position as salesman for R L Jennings Co and will be glad to have all of his old friends and acquaintances come around and trade with him Millard Hiler and Miss Mary Ely of this place drove to Lancaster on the ult and were made man and wife They were accompanied by Rodney Griggs and Pearl Ely sister of the bride J BRYANTS VILLE Elder Allen filled the pulpit at the Grove last Sunday Mrs Mote Robinson has been quite ill but is reported some better at this writing Several from here attended the fifth Sunday meeting at the Fork church on last Snnday Fannie Bryant Holcombe the seven months old baby of Mr and Mrs Bent Holcombe died last Mon day of whooping cough and was in the Fork Cemetery Tuesday We extend our heartfelt sympathy to family Mrs A S Haselden will have her opening of Spring and Summer milin ery on next Saturday April 6th Ev erybody are cordially invited to call and examine before purchasing as she has the prettiest line ever shown here before Mr A W Smith a popular traveling gentleman passed through our town last Friday evening en route to Marks bury From the eagerness which he displayed to reach that point despite the wind and rain one could readily see that he considered that village situated on the Lee side of the universe Mrs Kate Jennings of Danville was with Mrs A S Haselden part of last week Mrs Ben Jennings was the guest of friends and relatives in Danville last week Preaching here on next Sunday night by the pastor Mr Joe Haseldenof Danvillespent Sunday with his brother Sam Hasel den Miss Florence Dunn returned home last Saturday after spending a pleasant week with friends and in Boyle Mr John Holcombe and charming sister Vina of Burgin attended the burial of their niece last Tuesday PBEACMERSTILLE Prof J C McKee is at London on business John Cress sold 13 hogs last week Sickness has caused our absence for two weeks Sol Rigsby bought a horse from J P Rogers for 50 James Shaw sold a combined horse Monday for 6250 B F Ledford sold two nice mules to Lute King for 225 Born to the wife of W P Grimes a fine baby boy all are doing nicely W H Cummins bought five steers from J H Roberts for 2250 per head W P Green sold six cows and calves to J L McCarley and J C Siler lor 35 John Cummins received a kick over his eye by a horse which is giving him some pain W P Durham of Corbin sold his farm near here to John C Wilson of Bell county for 900 cash The camp meeting will commence at this place July 2nd conducted by Rev H C the Tates Creek Association will be here the last of August Mrs Menefee E Elmore has been spending a days with her mother Mrs W H D Anderson and family of Crab Orchard were Mr and Mrs F Cummins Mrs George King who has been troubled with a sore on hex foot is able to be out again Miss Ella Thompson suffering with sore nowDr drugstore Peoples agoIf forthe pretty interred the bereaved elsewhere relatives for 51cts Morrisonalso few CumminsJ visiting Sunday eye 1ij Ji while S 7th 4 I Mr N H Bogie and wife are relatives in Lexington Miss Tine Johnson of Lancaster is visiting friends in this community Miss Georgie Dunn entertained a few friends Monday evening in honor of her visitors Misses Frankey and Bessie Lancaster and Higginsof Paint are spending several days with Miss Georgis Dunn Rev A J Copass left Monday for Donney California where he has a call He has the best wishes of his many friends Miss Lee Herring of Jessamine Fe male InstituteNicholasville is spend ing a few days with her parents Mr T I Herring and wife Mr Raymond Hendren and Misses Mollie and Ora Hendren ville were guests of Mrs Alex West from Saturday till Monday Misses Eliza Williams and Ada Standiford of Burgin visited here Saturday and Sunday and attended the Twentieh Century MeetingMrs D Aldridge returned Mon day from a protracted visit to Dr and Mrs J H Durham at Coalport She left a very dear little granddaughter in the care of its parents The fifth twentieth century meeting which was held at the Fork church March 3031 was greatly enjoyed by those present There were delagates from Danville Lancaster Burgin and other points The talk given Sunday morning by Rev J G Bow of Louisville was highly cum plimented all feeling that is was ood to have been there BUCKEYE Mr John Brown made a sal of 200 barrels corn and cattle amounting to S600 Mr Alex Walker Nick Ray colored of Indianapolis preached at the colored Baptist church Sunday evening Text Gen 3 chap 22 verse One thought brought out What God has planned man can not abolish He left Kentucky twenty years ago at the age of 21 lIe was owned by old uncle Mike Ray and a third of the congregation consisted of whites Misses Mirtie and Lelia Hendren of Madison spent from Saturday to Sun day with Miss Hattie Jones Mess Doc and Joe Simpson made a business trip to Mercer this week Messrs John Brown and Ebb Dickerson visit ed the formers mother at Buena Vis ta Sunday Rev T B Ray of Nash ville spent from Monday till Friday with his parents Dr Ray and wife J W Brown jr is quite ill with pneu monia There was a party given at the home of Mr Sye MoberlySaturday evening at which Stone Buckeye and Bourne were well represented Miss Mattie Brown of Secrests school who has been suffering from an attack of of fever is convalescent tha Barker of Jessamine visited friends here part of last week I TEATERSVILLE Alex Walker shipped a load of hogs to Cincinnati Monday Jasper Bogie purchased 10 bushel of hemp seed from Allen Teater at 2 bushelAlex Walker bought of J W Brown 15 head of cattle at 4c a bunch of hogs at 475 and 100 barrels of corn at 2 per bbl Rev Meldrum preached two inter esting sermons at Antioch Sunday He will conduct services again there the 4th Sunday in April There is a probability of having a new pike made from Buckeye pike to Paint Lick Creek Ollie Wallace has been surveying the route Messrs Roy Beazley John Bogie and Richard Burton attended court at Richmond Monday Mr J T Tur ner and wife from Round Hill were guests of relatives here Wyatt Sandidge is spending a week with his sister Mrs Emmett Eubanks at Wal nut Flat Messrs Will Leavell and Mr Doty were guests of relatives at this place Johnnie Brown is re ported quite sick of pneumonia Mrs C M Moberly will return to her home in Illinois this week after a de visit to relatives here for sev eral weeks Miss Mattie Brown is at home from Kirksville spending a week MT HEBRON Little W D Scott is on the sick list this week H R Montgomery bought a saddle horse from Samuel Preston price 75 Samuel Duncan bought a nice horse from James Johnson price 8250 Hebron vicinity was well represent ed at asocial givJn at the home of Miss Myrtle Moberley Saturday eve ping which was much enjoyed by all present A singing was given atthe residence- of Mr and Mrs A D Ford Saturday evening in honor of their guests Mr Bascom Evans and Miss Ollie Bruner of Jessamine MrsJM Scrivnerreturn ed home Friday from a visit to Indi ana on account of her her husbands illness Mr Arnie Naylor and wife of Toddville spent Saturday night with Mrs Lucy Montgomery gerous and unless cured at once seri ous results often follow One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic Itis not a common mixture but is a high grade remedy FPFrisble MARKS UIty of Kirks Convention- or present Stanford II Miss Mar extending lightful 8 t 0 i tt visiting Doty Lick accepted relatives Sunday School I x W E lwingThe Begins in the growing Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there la lilt of package In which the Lilt Is found thepurchaser has bought a of some article to be selected by or from the List subject only to the condition that thenature on the package is to be cut out and returned to our NotionDept You see this List Address all communications ta ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY t rffr to qualityspoiled a 4mNIs ARBUCKLES They USE the BEST ZIMMER the BAKER uses WARDS FLOUR and the dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co R Underwood Frank Lackey Ly Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter flour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller The cheap store in the North East corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel his brought in a fine stock of new and second CLOTHING FINE SHOES FURNISHING GOODS We also have a full line ot used household Furniture and Carpets The goods will be sold at the Lowest Prices Come and see us when in town CINCINNATI STORE Cheapest Plate in Town A Card Mr J B Jennings an experienced man in clothing and accurate in ing measures will be with me this season and we will guarantee a fit in not handle readymade goods but sell for 14 a tailor absc allwool suit worth two ordi nary suits from Wanamakers Phila house also suits from Chicago and Buffalo houses at 1150 Give call Quality and fit guaranteed 3L D Ascent I I I I I I I following I I I I I I I IL I I I building hand perfect excellent usa I aeoo0oe ooooo000000000000000000000 1 00000e00ooH o peoooooeoo00eo 0 slightly 0 wi of Cood offee Dont Believe the FALSEHOODSTold Our Competitors Any set of Teeth made by me and a tooth should break will give A New Set of Teeth Free We are making a set of teeth for 750 the best in the world from any brand of teeth you may want Each set of teeth guaranteed and will give you a new set if shows in five years I am the only dentist in Richmond who owns his office Reference Rich mond National Bank DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Blue Grass NURSERIES Spring 19O1 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 Phone 279 Lexington Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat the foodand aidi Nature in strengthening and recon digestive or ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in permanently cure Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache results of imperfect digestion I defect Kodol I e1 It Isthe Intes d t Indi all c CQ 1 any 1 Orchard aAw LaraeiEecaWirefitlsee LWrMaook lrttrNW DtRWITT C11MN v Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 1C hands high heavy mane and tail Great KING EAGLE Winner of 40 Blue Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares He will make the season at Thos L Baughmans place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to Insure a Livii Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Baughm an Danville Ky Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros 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 siring small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM tf Assignee Sired by the present HER DON neighborhood del ROUTE LOW RATES To the following meetings Knights of Honor Grand Lodge of Kentucky Louisville April 911 Medical Society of Tennessee Nash ville April 911 United order of Golden Cross Ky April 1112 Travelers Protective Association Chattanooga April 56th Southern Cotton Spinners Associa tion Charlotte N May 910th Annual Encampment G A R of Tennessee Greenville May 1516th Confederate Veterans Memphis May 2830th Call on ticket agents for further particulars QUEEN CRESCENT J N b 4WaY f Pad- ucah Easter Opening SPRING and SUMMER MILLINERY Saturday April 6th Everybody cordially invited NOEL SISTERS THE LEADING MILLINERS T 1 Y CENrRAL RECORD THURSDAY APRIL 4 1901 Jesse D Arnold has been in Nich olasville this week Jennie Duncan has been on the list this week Miss Addie Arnold is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Burnett Judge M D Hughes was in Frank fort on business this week Mr J C Thompson who has been ill for some days is improving Senator George Farris and vifespent several days this week in Casey Mr Charles Doty of Lexington has been visiting relatives in this city Miss Sallie B Ray has been the guest of her friend Miss Ros- A McKee Kinnaird of Middlesbor ough was here a few days this week Mrs Geo McRuberts of Stanford is visiting her mother in this county Misses Hattie Doty and Maggie el spent Sunday with Danville rela fives Miss Mollie Smith has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Boyle Carpenter Stewart wife and baby of Halsey visited Mrs Will Gaines Sunday Judge and Mrs J C Hemphill and Miss Caroline Currey were in Danville Monday Miss Rella Arnold attended the Wy attPorter wedding at Lexington TuesdayMiss Johnson has been spend ing several days with friends at Marksbury Miss Minnie Kemper has been her sister Mrs Ophelia Dunn Richmond street Mrs Wm Lackey of McCreary has been visiting her parents Judge R A Burnside and wife Mrs James Lock and baby of Bar bourville arrived Monday to visit relatives in this city Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr J C Thompson and wife Mr R H Tomlinson and daughter Miss Maggie left this week for a visit to friends in St Louis Winchester Sun Mr Yantis of Lancaster is visiting the family of Judge J N Mrs Margaret Gill and Katharine Kinnaird were in Louisville this week for a few days shopping Danville Advocate Mr Samuel Haselden of Lancaster was visiting friends in this city yesterday Mr Tom Robinson of Hustonville attended the funeral of his brother Mr J Fleece Robinson Sunday Mrs Tucker of Danville is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Heberling who is very sick with pneumonia Mt Vernon Wesley a prominent physician of Lancaster vis ited his brother Theo Wesley this week rL 000 cc 0 00 acJ 1sick Pearl visiting t J f J 1 Conkwright SignalDr ttr opeeeoo out ROOT NoMeoo e rr a 1 j Not b 1 1 1 7 1 The crokinole club was entertained Friday evening in a charming manner by Miss Katie Simpson at the Mason Hotel Mr Will Embry will entertain the crokinole club at the home of his brother Robert on Lexington street tonight Mrs Banks Hudson has returned home from a pleasant visit to her pa rents Mr and Mrs A Kennedy of LexingtonMiss Gill accompanied her sis ters Misses Martha and Helen Gill to their school in Oxford 0 for a weeks visit The many friends of Mr Nixon Per ikns who will be delighted to learn that be is greatly improved in health and will soon be out Mrs James Dillon and daughter Miss Nellie were called to Stanford Sunday by the serious illness of her mother Mrs Nevius Miss Henderson of Kirksville the popular correspondent to the Rich mond Register has been visiting the family of Mr Alex West The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club was entertained by Mrs John E Stormes Tuesday The next meeting will be with Miss Mattie Thompson Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs R L Elkin of Lancaster have home after spending a few Saturdays Louisville Times contain ed a picture labeled Eld Geo Gow en but it required the label to tell who it was intended for Mr Gowen it now enjoying vacation in Florida We are glad to say our good friend Big Rice is much improved and a few days of warm weather will put him on foot again Its safe to say he will be well before the next circus comesExGov W 0 Bradley Brannon Beazley and Louis Landram saw the work done by the Richmond Elks lodge Friday night Gov Bradley was a charter member of the Frank fort lodge Mr John T Dooley has accepted a position with the C H B Railroad company at Cincinnati Mr Dooley is an honorable hard working young man and THE RECORD bespeaks for him great success Mr E L Koehler and family of Car tersville will remove to East Bern stadt next week where they will re side in the future Mr Koehler has large saw mill interests there and the york requires his constant attention He will be in Lancaster every court day Lexington Euge nia P Dunlap will visit friends at Newport News Old Point Comfort and Fortress Monroe during the next ten days and will return home about April 1 She has been enjoying a de lightful outing of about a month at Washington New York and other Eastern points Editor E C Walton who is taking a wellearned vacation and visit to rel atives in Virginia his old home has been writing some interesting letters to the Stanford Journal Ed is one of the hardestworking as well as the best boys in the state and we are de lighted to know that he is enjoying his trip DisciplesCongress DemocratMiss returned We Handle nnniui mi ii PAINTING Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof Paint Wood Filler Hard Oil White Lead linseed Oil Turpentine Var nishes Putty Sand Paper Etc and it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee I l i 1 FRISBIES DRUG STORE I I I I I I a a a x k i ij I l k A L i ADDITIONAL LOCAL Take the queen A Crescent Route If you are going North or South el egant trains quick time All Q C trains connect in Central Union Sta tion Cincinnati with trains all points North East and West Any Q C Ticket Agent will give you information time tables rates etc or address W C llinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Killing Fifth It is reported that dynamiting has occurred in the Kentucky river at the j mouth of Drennon Balls Landing Moxleys and Lanes Landing to such an extent that it has stopped the Spring migration up stream Thousands of dead fish are floating on the surface of the water and game fishermen have taken steps against the offenders Information is being given to the State and United States officers and guilty parties will be pro ceeded against Winchester Demo crat Gov McCreary Rides The Goat The editor of this paper had the pleasure of seeing the Hon James B McCreary ride several heats on the Elks goat at Richmond the other night Although the Richmond boys have a goat that is exceedingly wild and given to bucking yet the gov ernor sat Billy with as much ease and grace as does the man in blue tights in the circus If the clever governor steers his campaign for U S Senator with as much care and grace as he guided the goat about the lodge room he will be an easy winner Patronize Home Enterprise It is gratifying to see the liberal way the people are standing by the new marble works recently establish ed in Lancaster by Mr S McGuire He has received a great many orders and placed some excellent work in the Cemetery He is a man of wide expe rience and can be relied upon to put up work just as specified in the con tract He has orders for some large monuments the stone for which has been ordered from across the waters His terms are very reasonable and if you need work in his line see him as you will save money by so doing and be certain of getting a firstclass job Gov Bradley Goes on The Stage The above headline does not mean that our townsman has joined the the atrical profession but merely states what he did last week to lend a helping hand to the Clovorport suf ferers Late Thursday afternoon the committee working up the concert learned that the governor was in town and immediately tackled him to sing that night He explained that he Itad attempted nothing of the kind for many years but excuses did not go with the committee and he finally consented to take part He was on hand promptly in full evening dress and went about the work like an old show man He took the bass part and insisted upon singing such old time songs as Annie Laurie Old Ken tucky Home Home Sweet Home etc He said he took no stock in these new fangled silly songs that go in one ear and out the other The governor has a rich deep bass voice and his sing ing was much enjoyed Fine Tailoring As Lancaster is without a regular tailor we have taken the agency for W P Woodcock of Danville who keeps from 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 over once or twice each week to take measures If you want a good fit and something that will give you good wear and hold its shape then give us a can please you Office over Police Court room Come up and have your measure taken mar28 HASELDEN KINNAIRD Rumor Train There is more talk of putting on an other train to leave Richmond about five or six oclock in the morning and run to Louisvillearriving in the Falls City about ten a m Returning it will leave Louisville about three in the Lancaster about seven We talked with some railroad men in Richmond last week and they said there was a hen on but they could not say exactly what the change would be We took occasion to tell them that if the pres ent night trains were taken off Lan caster people would get their scalping knives and go after every official on the L and N system that the pres ent trains give us the best mail serv ice in Central Kentucky and we were willing to ride Capt Prices jerkwa ter if present arrangement not interfered with While there is room for improvement in traveling facilities yet a good mail service is of far more importance to the business men of Lancaster Its get the morning until after three oclock but men who have time to read daily papers have time to wait an hour or so longer for them The present arrangement is all right The only change Lancaster would like to have is to run the Cincinnati day pas genger trains to Rowland which ar rangement would be of inestimable advantage to people all over this Won of the state that is if were made to connect with Nos 23 and 4 atRowland We are for the proposed Louisville train only under the provi aloft that the present night malls re I main undisturbed I for of fish trialwe of Drew afternoon passing prominent the was true we dont papers 4 I set they Robinson Mr James Fleece Robinson after a long illness died at the residence of his brother J C Robinson in this city Friday afternoon March 29bh and was buried at 230 p m Sunday after short services at the grave by Elder A R Moore The deceased was the oldest of the nine children of the late Jacob and Matiali Fleece and was born in Garrard county July 25 1825 He was reared on his fathers farm and early in life became engaged in the handling of in the Southern market which he continued until the outbreak of the civil war when he joined the Confederate Army with which he was connected first under Gen Taylor and then Gen Bragg un til the cause for which he fought was lost He then resumed the stocktrading and was so engaged until his health failed a few years ago For many years he spent the winter at Columbus Ga returning to Ken the summer living while here with his intimate frIend Col J H Bruce until the death of the latter and after that with his brothers J S Robinson A C Robinson and other relatives at different times He was never married At the age of twenty he united with the church and often stated during his last illness that his faith in God had never faltered He was robust and active until late in life He was RobI- nson live stock business- of tuckyduring Christian very J FLEECE ROBINSON SR From an old likeness first afflicted with asthma which was followed by dropsy and heart trouble Mr Robinson was in many particulars a very remarkable man lie was shrewd energetic and persevering in fact possessed all the elements that make a successful business man He was the soul of honor and sincerity and despised hypocrisy He was a true friend and his friends were legion He was a genial social charm ing companion and could adapt him self to any crowd under any circum stances Possessed of a retentive memory a fine sense of humor and the power of close observation his de scriptions of his travels and exper iences were very interesting His equanimity under any and all circum stances was possibly his most remark able trait Though confined to his room and suffering greatly at times for many months before his death he never murmered or complained and never grew despondent The death of Uncle Fleece as he was familiarly called will cause a genuine pang of sorrow to his host of friends both at home and throughout the South Remembered Marry Danville Advocate Mr Harry Gi ovannoli was the recipient of a very handsome remembrance this morning in the shape of a solid gold Knights Templar charm set with diamonds It was presented by Mrs Robert Hard ing and a number of Mr Giovannolis other Danville friends as a slight to ken of their esteem and admiration for a gentleman whose noble charac ter exceptional ability and sterling worth as a citizen have given him a place in the hearts of the people that it is the fortune of a few men to Mr and Mrs Giovannoli left at noon for Washington and with them go the best wishes of the entire com munity for their happiness un limited prosperity attain and For a Noble Purpose As stated last issue THE RECORD several Lancaster people arranged concert to be given by local talent for the benefit of the Cloverport fire sufferers The program published below was heartily appreciated and enjoyed by those present As the could only be advertised in THE RECORD on the afternoon of the performance the country people had no opportunity of being informed of the concert or the house would have been crowded As it was there was a fair sized crowd present and each and every one can truthfully say he received the value of his money as the concert was by far the best given here in many years Those who took part did so cheerfully and each put forth his best efforts A number of people who were unable to attend sent contributions Saturday morn ing the committee Mayor Kinnaird John M Farra and Louis Landram sent a check to the Louisville Com mercial Club for seventylive dollars with request to apply it to the fund that organization has been raising for the Cloverport people The following program was rendered moon March Omana Orchestra Quartette Misses Batson Ward West Hempblll Bass Song Mr Bates Tenor Song Mr Ward Duett Miss Cora Ward Mr Richard Anderson Coutraltu Song Mrs Addle Lackey Male Quartette Gov Bradley Mr Ward Mr Farm Mr Shugars March The LongOrchestra Reading Miss Alice Henderson Comic Song r Mr Win West Song Mr Farra Duett Mr Ward and Mr Hemphill Male Quartette Gov Bradley Mr Ward Mr Farra Mr Shugars Bass Song Mr Hemphill Quartette Miss Ward Miss Robinson Mr VardMr Bates Mazurka Loretteo Orchestra In acknowledging receipt of the check Mr VanPelt secretary of the Louisville Commercial Club says It does honor to the noblehearted peo ple of Lancaster and is a very hand some contribution even granting the limited time allowed you to prepare I have given a copy of your letter to the Times and Post so that otherKen tncky towns seeing your good work may be tempted to go and do like ONLY Not because women should not read this but because its about mens shoes If youve read so on Twothirds of your life is spent in your shoes and solid comfort for J of your life is worth thinking it We have some brand new styles of mens shoes made by Peters Shoe Co that will give you the solidest kind of they FIT Most people dont pay enough attention to fit because so many shoes wont fit A good fitting shoe is comfortable all the time Then again it cause the strain comes where provis ion is made for strain You can snap a chain with a jerk with half the strain that it would stand in straight pull Same principle applies to shoes Get a shoe that fits and it will out wear a shoe that does NOT fit Peters shoes FIT Thats one of their strong we have the assortment that enables us to fit you exactlyAll latest styles of the best leathers to suit your pocketbook Is foot comforter for 16 hours out of 24 worth thinking about Is is worth talking about with us Ward Sympson I Cora I I wise FORMEN farkeep aboutIsnt comfortbecause WEARSbe pointsand courseand Pricesanywhere entertainment And a New Stock of NEW F2RM Buggies Surries 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 Columbus Buggy Co Moyer Woodhull and several other firstclass makes of vehicles We also have 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 BUOKBOARDS ETO Kauffman Elm re Yi Jt t Lancaster NEW WALL PAPERS AT lcROBERTSI CHANGE IN THE fit FIRM J P ROBINSON IB Asst CasVr 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 your account andsettle B KENTUCKY I NOW READY IE We are back from the markets and are prepared to P3 show the r3 Handsomest Millinery p 1 In Central Kentucky IS We have had much experience in buying and know Phow to select the newest and prettiest patterns and also how to buy them at the right prices See our Pi goods before buying elsewhere 1 SALLIE D TIL f 0 Has Arrived j Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS jHave your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but 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 from the to the most expensive made We have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the lowest possble prices We also have a full line ofPaints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wird Dentch Gesprochen J G BANZHAF Clerk IJOHN STOUTDANVILLE 01 The Time For TORNADOES E E UU1U1U1U UU1U1U U1U1U1U1U UU1U1U1U1 this se3tion cheap est i 2ao4 IE Eli Ill TT- r as r r littler Iai g3 THE NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL I J Seweee o SURPLUS Jie eeeoc LANCASTER President STOKMM Vice President B C DIHNT Cashier LDINKY Jiro E S XIS B T EXBBYBookkeepei 9IKICTOKS Sea 1 D Coeknm JM Bpllaaa S Deaay A 0 Boblasoa Jmo X 8torme W ILKInnalrd F Alex ll ORGANIZED 1883I c DRUG STORE ins MOKAL BANK OPLAVOAITEXJT Capital Surplus Fund S5OOOO 10000 j K Hiaeonerauc Lewis Y LSATUL HUMOW W O Kxemrt a- OD WAUBB DIUCTOU Cull J1YRtuIRBGBut r Bvsm SOLICIT m Oar flaadir aptAtteaYtilerrtt lid pr YlefPred- dB7 Cailsiee Boo ctyer LsmtYL1AyWR- T YLRa L B Hun oft L JYALtsk 4 s w lNWlrn RODS GonfmBffiOntof Its Pam More children would be borne if the other ould rbe suro that the pains worries and tribulations of e3tationcould be CC I G MOTHERS FRiEND J lIE that manelous liniment is unique in relieving and relaxin nfl the tendon3 musclEs well uas the distended organa is nothing Hko It It ten o MR5 LUCINDA PASCIIEL Lainberton Art the above statement when she I have had sir children and was always in to thirty hours This time I ued only one of Mothers Friend child and wa in o about four hours Friend Isjust Jwtat It is recommended to Le I never Je without It C Sold by nil best druggists or tent by xpress prepaid on receipt of price I SIOO per bottle Book ior ornen mal cd Isee AAI M s4strained as V r There easy labor trim bottle with labor will again s othehood written ofall ages Tim UflA1W1EL 0 t1a tn Ga I will exchange some good springers and fresh cows for ewes J C Siler For Sale Two or three fine sows and pigs Also some good springer cows G A Swinebroad G A Swinebroad will buy all kinds of live stock and has on hand at all times live stock for sale Will trade swap or barter tf Dress the poultry immediately after killing even when scalding Allow ing the feathers to remain any length of time on the carcass injures it Do all the good people that read this article give their fowls kinds plenty of wter in cold weather Ex amine yourselves to see if you have thought about the matter Throw oatseed or refuse wheat on the manure pile in the barnyard or around in the weeds and where to make the hens scratch liens to become layers must become scratchers and it is easy to make any kind of a hen scratch Twelve years ago Oklahoma was opened to settlement and 50000 people made the run The census in 1500 shows that the territory has a of 400000 and the taxable value of land is nearly 100000000 During the last year Oklahomas cotton crop brought nearly 0000000 to her peo pleThe new hemp breaking machine which was exhibited at the State Col lege at Lexington was shipped ont of accompanied by an expert machineist who assisted Prof 31 A Scovell in conducting the test The machine is said to do the work of nine or ten men and it is said to be one of the most successful ever invented- A Chicago capitalist is making a deal with Kansas farmers lie buys heifer calves which he puts out among the farmers on the shares the agreement being that at the end of six years the farmer shall return to him for each heifer so taken one two yearold steer and 1 cash It is that in six years there will average of half a dozen animals to represent each original calf Northern Indiana farmers are in the domestication of quail and the results are reported as highly gratifying Nearly every in that section has from one to three coveys on his farm and is them kind and careful attention During the snow season the birds are fed regularly On some farms they have become so tame that they roost with the barnyard fowls A writer in the Nelson Record says that in 189S he lost many lambs and in 1900 he lost more lambs in the same way He concluded he would hold an autopsy of one of the lambs He found the stomache gorged with dry timo thy hay so dry he said it would ig nite He took the remainder of the lambs away from the hay stacks and never lost another after that Numer ous complaints have come in from ma ny sections announcing an unusual mortality among lambs It may be on this account The record of the 1900 crop was bro ken Thursday when a cigarette hogs head jrom Shelby county was sold at the Stone warehouse for 1775 per hundred It was an excellent hogs head in fact one of the best of its type seen on this market this season and brought no more than it was worth The scarcity of good bright ofall grassany population curious o experimenting farmer giving Galveston o calculated bean tobaccos is shown in the fact that though there are a few bidders on the best grades of this class yet prices are very satisfactory- A correspondent who has large with cattle says that he has found an excellent remedy to rid cattle of lice He rubs it on the body of the animal where the lice appear and it quickly destroys them entirely He says that one gallon of zenoleum will make about 30 gallons mixed with water strong enough to kill lice on cattle hogs and other ani mals This would cost only about five cents a gallon the cheapest lice killer we know of John Nicholls over in Nelson coun ty is feeding broomsedge to his sheep horses cattle and all kinds of stock The broomsedge was cut when green and was well cured Mr Nicliolls to use it for bedding but when lle found that it was eaten by his stock in preference to timothy hay he used it as feed If broomsedge will take the place of oats hay etc farm ing would be a joy forever in some sections of this A fellow could just lay back and laugh at every day Laruc County Herald The best way to build up a town is to build up a substantial business in every line and that can be done by every ono patronizing home merchants and industries Patronize no travel ing fakirs nor merchants of other It is a common thing to hear merchants complaining of our citizens buying elsewhere yet they frequently patronize traveling fakir advertisers and ignore the home papers that are read every week by thousands of our home people Watch the columns of your home papers for advertisements and you will see those who are consis tent and loyal to home industries The Seaboard Air Line is about to engage in a scheme which is more or less philanthropic in benefit of the chicken and cattle rais ers of the Southern which its road runs The plan as outlined at present is for the company to own bulls and roosters of the finest and most aristocratic breeds which will be loaned to farmers desiring them free of charge for the period of ninety days Any farmer who wants n or a bull can get one by merely sending an application to the compa ny The company has already begun to buy fine bulls and roosters in large numbers THE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Total sales in this market last week were 4240 hhds against 3883 hhds on corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week 3918 hhds against 2312 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 753 hhds 19 per cent of the sales against 18 per cent for pre ceding week Of the total sale 3769 hhds were Burley and 471 were dark tobacco The market this week is not quota bly changed from last weeks tone There has been more irregularity in the bidding this week and the lower grades of red Burley seem to have lost the little improvement made last week but the situation may be fairly expressed by saying that these grades were a little easier to buy than they were last week The better grades that is those selling above 7 have made no improvement and sales are not satisfactory to sellers No fine leaf has been offered and colory kinds have been scarce Colory low grades are still popular and sell relatively high Receipts have improved a and offerings have been about up to the limit Farmers Home Journal experience zen oleum intended county cities its nature for the Stutes thro rooster auction little You Get the ProfitsUnder our of selling carriages and harness you get the ber and retailer are cut out By with leather Quarter top n- 0at rX making with a moderate profit added and your choice from the biggest stock and p W assortment Our plan of X 795 v Selling Carriages Direct X insures satisfaction yonr money back ifyon ore dissat X T tailed Our complete illustrated catalogue showing X f X many of high grade harness robes 16 i X blankets and horse equipments with detailed descrip lions of each THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE AND HARNESS Box 772 Columbus Ohio r I glen TheJob I J U Xo 5034 Buggy with the manuliicturer you pay only the cost of I io Buggy CO- p one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample Igor model bicycle of our manufacture CAN MAKE 10 TO I 50 A WEEK besidesiaving a wheel to ride for yourself 1901 Models 10 to 18 I 00 99 Models 1 to 12 500 Second Hand cotaken by our Chicago retail stores TO We APPROVAL to anyone without a cent deposit in 10 DAYS FREE TRilL DO This has never been equaled and is a guarantee of exchange K todistribnte catalogues for us inra bicycle Write today for free catalogue aad our special offer lEAD CYCLE CO Chicago RIDER AGENTS WANTED s 3many good as new payaNOT BUY ourFACTORY wheelsWE R Grade Guaranteed in You take aiso1ute1y- JilL About the Way It Goes I There are a good many men who are lying out under the green sod to day because they tried to please every body When they started out in life they made up their minds that should be satisfied with them but they did not succeed in making anybody happy but the undertaker says the Winchester Democrat The world is full of fault finders and and a man cant walk five in any given direction without meeting them Even when a man turns his face to the wall kicks the foot of the bed and expires there are people who will find fault with it Some will say that he ought to have done it twenty years ago while oth ers will say that he ought to have waited a little longer for the sake of his family The man who just dogs along from day to day and does his best regardless of what people say is the one who is the hardest to kill and when at last he does die are about as many bouquets laid on his casket as there are on the casket of the man who worried himself into Abrahams bosom The VenezuelanUnited States have become strained again and Minister Loomis has been summoned to Washington for consultation Harry Glenn some years ago clerk of the Kentucky Senate was commit ted asylum at Lexington itur day He is a victim of whisky and morphine BETTIS Bin Bourne sold a combined gelding to Charlie Sandidge of Danville for S8V Mrs Mary L Swope began a select school at Pleasant Hill school house April 1 Mr IlC Hamilton has been losing some of his sheep and lambs with a disease unknown Mr Sam Johnson of Lancaster bought of Price Bourne a sow and some shoats for S5G Jas Hamilton who has been confin ed to his room for two weeks is slowly improving Mrs T I Herring of Marksbury was to see her sister Mrs Am Bourne who has been very sick Miss Sue and Minnie Bourne ac companied by their brother Cleveland attended meeting at the Fork Sun day and visited their sister Mrs Pollard AVe Dont Want Money Bad We want it good and we give you value receved as is every bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin no matter be it lOc 50c or 100 as we guarantee it for Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble II E McRoberts druggist Mrs Eliza Robinson rented her farm to George Rogers of Rowland Miss Roxie E Spangler spent night and Wednesday at W H Furrs Mrs Eliza Robinson spent Monday night at Mrs Lucy Worrells Geo Rogers has the grip John Rout is convalescent Mo ses Hutchins who has been very low of typhoid fever at Bertha is better and expected home in a few days Mr and Mrs J B Parks spent last Sunday at John Routs A Testimonial from Old England I consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy the best in the world for for bronchitis says Mr William Sav ory of Warrington England It has saved my wifes life she having been a matyrto bronchitis six years being most of the time confined her bed She is quite well Sold by R E McRoberts druggist QWhen your are betting on a sure thing always hold out enough to pay your car fare home Caught a Dreadful Cold Marion Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large importer of tine millinery at 1G58 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work during the day One of my milliners was taking Chamberlains for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quick ly that I bought some for myself It acted like magic and 1 began to im prove at once I am new entirely well and feel very pleased to merits For sale by R E McRob erts druggist Records are immortal things you cant break ah old one without a new one Moses is the only man that ever played Pharaoh and get away with out losing a cent The nest Remedy for Rheumatism Quick relief for pain QAH who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says ago I had a severe attackofrheu matism in my arm and shoulder I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until a was recommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons Co drug gists of this place to try Chamber lains Pain Balm They it so highly that I bought a bottle 1 was soon relieved of all pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy for mus cular rheumatism in the market For sale EMcRoberts druggist I grumblers minutes there relations tothe I Tuesday thisweek forever to severe Cough Remedy aCknowledge- its Sometime recommended byE everybody Mason FLAT WOODS 4 making 4 Rheumatic arethe cries of protest and distress from tortured muscles joints and excited nerves The blood has been poisoned by the accumulation of waste matter the system and can no longer supply the sustain they require The whole system the effect acid until the blood has been brought back to a healthy the aches and pains cease Mrs Kell of Ninth street N E Washington D C writes as follows A few months ago I had an ttack of Sciatic in its worst form The was so intense that I became completely The attack was an unusually severe one and my condition was as being very I was one of the most able doc tors in who is also a member of the fac ulty of a leading medical a here He told me to continue his tions and I would get well After having it filled twelve times without receiving the slightest benefit I declined to continue treatment any Having heard of S S SSwif ts Specific recommended for Rheumatism I in despair however to give the medicine a trial and alter I had taken a bottles I was able to hobble around on crutches and very soon had no use for them at S S having cured me sound and well All the I am nappy to be again to perfect health the great vegetable purifier tonic is the remedy in all J rheumatic troubles There are no opiates or minerals in it to disturb the lead to ruinous habits We have a special book on Rheumatism which every from this disease should read It is the most complete and interesting book of the kind in existence It will be sent free to desiring it Write our fully and about your case We make no charge for medical advice fTE SWIFT SPECIFIC co ATLANTA GA A little fresh ail is good for human ity but a good deal is better for a poker player Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove all impurities from your system H uwe your bowels make them rcutlar F The base ball player seldom strains at a gnat but he frequentfy struggles with a fly You cannot enjoy perfect health rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clog ged DeWitts Little Early Risers cleanse the whole system They nev er gripe F P Frisbie People who live in glass houses should never be located near the base ball grounds Last winter I was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the lungs Nothing gave me relief Finally my wife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure I cannot speak too highly of that excellent remedy T K Manatawney Pa F P Frisbie The unexpected doesnt always hap pen at the racetrack better play it one two three Spring coughs are especially dan 1 had piles so bad I could get no nor find a cure until I tried De Witts Witch Hazel Salve After us ing it once 1 forgot I ever had any thing like Piles E C Boice Somers Point N Y Look out for imitation Be sure you ask for DeWitts F P FrisbieThe man who wont see his own is playing against himself with loaded dice You will waste time if you try to cure indigestion or dyspepsia by yourself That only makes it worse when you do eat heartily You always need plenty of good food prop erly digested Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the resuit of years of scientific for something that would di gest not only some elements of food out every kind And it is the one remedy that will do it FP Frisbie Its cruel to catch a you are on a ball team then its brutal to miss one If troubled by a weak digestion loss of appetite or constipation try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box warranted For sale by R E McRoberts Speculation may sound more refined than a fellow loses just as much I have been troubled with indiges tion for ten years have tried many things and spent much money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all other medicines taken I reel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty years Anderson Riggs of Sunny Lane Tex Thousands have testified as did Mr Riggs F P Frisbie The ancients believed the square but that was before horsera cing was invented Osgood Mo Oct 28 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill Gentlemen I have used Syrup Pep sin for some time and find it gives most excellent results and it is one of the greatest selling preparations I have ever carried in stock 1 do not hesitate to recommend it Very res pectfully Dr T Jones For sale by R E McRoberts druggist It is not what the player does in a base ball game but what the umpiie saysthat counts The Best Blood Purifier The blood is constantly being by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep these organs in a healthy con dition and the bowels regular and you have no need of a blood purifier For this purpose there is nothing equal to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets one dose of them will do more good than a dollar bottle of the best tilood purifier Price 25 cents free at McRoberts drug store Th If iPmm ritH u Q ling purifiedand Rheumatism prostrated regarded dangerous his thereafter pains have left vie appetite has returned i er anyone physicians 1 Frisbie Houseman rest errors flyunless gamblingbut worldwas purified Samples t naimi I n starving research 4 THE Queen Crescent and its connecting lines to the Exposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will be announced later The Pan American the greatest American since the Worlds Pair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway NIAGARA3 minutes from Exposition f I Free Reclining J ftJ D P A Chattanooga and Route Pan American Exposition FALLS en Qu CinlhI IrIn- 1uI1n 1Jrninr 0 8100pers- n raln 1 uor ILoduJ- r w1t o W I c 1c i 7 L MITCHCLL C RINEARSOF 0 1 Cmnemnati Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner lange from 88 upward Call at works near the depot S McOTJIKE TOWN PROPERTY As administrator of Mrs Kanuie E Carpen ter I will on Monday April 22 1961 publicly defore the court house door in Lan caster Ky soil to the highest timid test bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville and Lexington streets is in good repair well located and very desirable Terms made known on of sale J A SLACGIITKU Admr Any persons having claims ngainst said Mrs E Carpenter will present them to me properly before March 1901 R KINNAIRD INSURANCE fiepsentim Following Companies AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchaiitile Aetna Life Ins Co afHartforlCoi COW I SOJA BEANS I are two of the most profitable crops farmers can sow for hay grain and soil improving Other seasonable seeds you may need or Cane Broom Corn Kaffir Corn Buckwheat Rape Etc carry the Largest and Best col V lection of Seeds in tie Central West Flower Seeds all and will be Mailed Send usa the Seeds you LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WE GUARANTEEDr Syrup Pepsin to cure any case of Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Trouble when taken according to directions 1 da crlied Co c c PEAS J I 1 are Seed Corn Millets Beans 1 tl Ve Vegetable Field Grass and tOUR CATALOGUE gives full t FREE mention this paper II t and well quote low prices II i WOOd SIUbbS CO SEEDSlI1EN C aa a C J thi it It including iafor- a you a idweiis DR W CALDWELL If after taking twothirds ofa fifty cent or one bottle it to do represented we willrefund the SYWJP CWPAMY gfflggfPEP J B U J 3 LA Real Estate 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 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 neer fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid building site for a nice residence in a good neighborhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desireable location in every particular This property is cheap and will go quick No 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 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 Places 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 4 rooms and a poarch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for garden plat No 5 Farm Of 86 Acres i 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 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 what we want for it No 6 Farm of 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 of men of moderate means No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on fm East Main Street House has 8 large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda handsomely finished in side and conveniently constructed large 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 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 S 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 Landfall Central Record office i IDA YISON Agents y r Anew r andcommanding cultivation J Wellworth bathroom 0 R 5 Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally J v SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office Building Danville street oppo iCe Presbyterian church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended LFHUBBLE Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms W fAthe Bookout Hardwood I invited KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and troubles PRICE 5c and 100 For State Senate We are authorized to announce Hon George T Farris as a candidate for renominatiou for State Senator in this district comprising the counties of Lincoln BoyleGarrard and Casey subject to the action of the Democratic T J HoodDENTIST Office over Blue Grass Grocery Richmond street All work done promptly and satlfact only Charges reasonable TONSORIAL PARLORS DAVIS Prop LANCASTER 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 foi Hemp delivered at either Lancaster or a my home near Hyatsvtlle Feb21 E M WEST party D E