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LI Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a Second Class Matter LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 11 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR j s t tttttn rrof NUHIlER 4 LOUIS r s TWELeru FEAR We Are For You With a Complete and Spring and Summer Consisting of Dress JJ Goods in Large Variety J of Fabrics in all the new I shades and colors Foulards Taffeta and Peau de Soie Silks All the new things in Wash Goods India Linons Paris Muslins French Lawns and Embroidered Swisses Trimmings of all kinds Ribbons Em broideries Gloves Hos iery Shoes Slippers Mattings Lace and Linen Curtains Mens and Boys Cloth ing Furnishing Goods Hats and Trunks and many other items It will be well for you to see our line of goods and learn our prices be you buy LOGAN Ready c UptodateStock i I I before ijry Baans Ca I I MercflauiseI 7 r Carpets T E k fcANCASTGR VICINITy OOO000OOOOCM 2 O I t Too o ooeo oooeeeooooeeeesoooeeeeeeeoo AND E Garden Seed at Curreys The Military corset the latest fad at Josephs X A nice line of of a nd queens ware at T Curreys If want the best Coffee on the go to T Currey All kinds of seed in bulk and at Frisbies Drug Store m283t Wanted Car load iron and bon II B NorthcotA Lace Striped Hose for Ladies Polka Dots for Gentlemen Ward Sympson You will find Withers prices as low as ninetenths of the merchants are paying Just make you laugh thats all The minstrels next Friday niglit April 19th No other firm can give you as good a guarantee on paint as Frisbies Drug Store 3t A good hoorse to drive for his board and keeping E G Brown Our 50c shirts are as good as any shirts you will buy in Lancaster at 75 cents H T Logan J C Hemphill has the Royal Rin kles a monthly Fashion Journal that he will present to those who will ask for it 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 II T The work train has been on the Rowland branch for some days ballast The section men have been putting in new ties all winter You can save your expenses to Stan ford on a single purchase of a small Rocking Chair Just think what you can save in filling your house com plete When you want staples in Dry Goods come to see us Pepperell Hope Cotton or Bro Cotton we have it also O is T to make it with Ward Sympson Ladies we defy all competitors to show you a nicer or better selected stock of gloves hosiery col lars ties or laces than we now have on our shelves and counters A call at our store will convince you of the truth of this claim J Joseph House cleaning time is here and W W Withers Furniture Carpet Mat tings Wall Papers Window Shades picture frames lace curtains rugs assorted square Druggets c are marked at prices that sells on sight Main street Stanford Ed Minor Much Improved The many friends of Ed Minor were glad to see him on the streets again Saturday While he is very weak yet he is on the road of recovery and will soon be able to resume his labors as manager of his large flouring mills in this city Business is business money saved is money made If your are posted and a judge W W Withers will sell you your furniture carpets wall paperc One hundred miles is a short distance considering the opportunities and ad vantages assortment to select from W W WithersStanford Land Deal W B Jarvis yesterday sold his fine farm near town to Joe Francis It contains 151 acres and the price was 8000 Mr Jaryis advertises his per sonal property in this issue for sale Friday April 19 THE RECORD is glad to state that Mr Jarvis will con tinue to be a citizen of Garrard Senator Farris ICcNomlnatcd The Democratic executive of this district met at Stanford Saturday and daclared Hon Geo T nominee there being no other candidates 3Ir Farris has no opposition yet but it is understood that the republicans will put a candi date in the field Its Worth Trying For John Farra and the editor of this paper are at work on a scheme to get a train service that will give the pec pie of Lancaster Richmond Stanford and all this immediate section the best accommodations of any towns in the state Several gentlemen in neighboring towns are helping shove the matter and it will be gone after in a way that we believe will bring forth fruit The principal fight is to keep the present night trains in ser vice and the other plans will be given the public if they work out as desired This item will doubtless cause a broad grin to spread over the countenances of many doubting Thomases but whats worth having is worth work ing for and you can bet bottom dollar ourarmor is buckled on for a winning fight II II II I II 0 IIlllI glass to Wanted Logan scattering Sheeting parasols an committee Farris the your o market package of having Big Seed potatoes of all Jcinds at T Curreys X Wash shirt waists all col ors at Josephs 3 Ib can fine Bartlett Peas 6c I Blue Grass Grocery The minstrels April the 19th wil be the best of the season All the novelties of the season in hats H T Logan Frisbies Drug Store is headquarters for garden seed mar283t White colored and embroidered Swisses for summer gownsat Joseph W S Fergurson sold 1000 v bushels of wheat to Baughman of Lincoln at The proceeds of the Minstrel show are to go to the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra Frisbie handles the best paint in town and it will pay you to buy it from him mar283t Our paint is guaranteed to be the best on the market try it Frisbies Drug Store mar283t The small boy is rigging up his fish ing pole Older liars are also getting things in shape VVe have the Persian trimming for dresses and all styles of belts J Joseph Buggies Surries Pheatons Harness Saddles Bridles Etc at bargains Conns Carriage Shop Mr Dave Jones will be here to par ticipate in the minstrels He is the best Mandolin Soloist on the Ameri can stage Good Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper Wheat Wanted II A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand bush els of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf J returned from the cit ies where he completed his stocks of spring and goods and now has the best selectecllines in Central Ken tucky Conic and let us convince you of the fact Just Received One car of Cypress Shingles We bought these shingles at a bargain and can sell them at 325 per thousand our regular price being 350 J S Miner Son Joe Jefferson In Lexington The veteran actor Joe Jefferson will play Rip Van Winkle at the Lexing ton opera house Monday afternoon and the Rivals at night Several Lancaster people will attend Farm I have a farmbf 130 acres for sale a portion of which is ih grass and the balance is suitable for hemp or wheat It is about four from Lancaster and will bargain and 1 will give you possession at once 314tf J C Hemphill Clarence for A call has been made upon Mr Clarence E Woods to become a for mayor of Richmond If the people of that sociable bighearted city want a man who will pull off his coat and hustle for her interests she will get him in Clarence He has plenty of good horse sense and is a business man of ability Will Repair Church It has been decided to clean up and make some improvements at the local Presbyterian church which will re quire some time to complete This being the case Dr McKee Sunday morning that there would be no preaching there for the next three and possibly four Sundays Due no tice will be given through THE of the resumption of meetings The millinery Openings The usual openings of Spring took place in Lancaster For several years past it has been the custom of the local dealers to set a particular day at which time all the stock is put on exhibition and the rooms specially decorated for the occasion This season they fairly themselves and those who exam ined the stocks pronounded them the handsomest and prettiest ever brought to Lancaster At Noel Sisters and Miss Sallie Tilletts especial pains had been taken in the decorations but Miss Dove Harris made attempt at any fixing up owing to her recent The ladies were crowded in all three stores all day and a great many handsome hals were sold The dealers display commendable in keeping abreast of the times and deserve the liberal share of pat they receive t o i nc Josephhas be sold at candidate Saturday outdid no silks fqr h summer For Sale corn miles Mal or RECORD Millinery bereavement enterprise ron e Good lard 7c per lb at Grass Grocery Large Prunes at 6c per lb at the Blue Grass Grocery Piping and fixtures valves pining steam guages etc at Conns Go to the Measuring Party to morrow night and help the boys Beautiful line gf the new silk foulards all colors at Jpsephls Swellest line of Shirts in town from 25c up Ward Sympson Evens New Disc Corn Planter sold by E C Gaines Bro 2t Take your carriage etc to Conns and have it repaired in uptodate order Buy your paint at Frisbies Drug Store and get an absolute guarantee mar283t Our 12 and 15 suits for men the nobbiest ever shown in Lancaster for the money 31 T Logan Talk about your 5c corn we have it and its good Good people say so Ward Sympson W A Traylor wants two or three thousand bushels of wheat Apply to him at Giiberts Creek mar21 tf 5000 Transplanted Cabbage IMautu anything else YOU want in the flowering or vegetable plant line at the Lancaster Greenhouse Bob Kinnaird is writing much tor nado and cyclone insurance lately The winds have been playing havoc all over the country We have a charming stock of ging hams percales and calicoes You must to appreciate then J Joseph S- Mr Manard the Buck and Wing Dancer will be seen next Friday night at the Opera House Admission 25 35 and 30c Seats on sale at Stormes Drug Store If you are in doubt about what you should get in of a spring suit I will take pleasure assisting you as I try to keep in regard to the styles etc J CLHemphill arttcuiioii School Chili We will pay 100 for the best pic ture of a black cat Must be ten or more contestants See our card in show window The Logan Dry Goods Co Attention Kay Peas The degree team has been reorgan ized for the third rank and it will be confered tomorrow Friday night in firstclass manner All members are requested to be present Bee Keepers To the bee keepers of Garrard and adjoining counties See the Pullins Bee Hive the latest improved Patd March 5 190JC Call on or address R A Stone Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or ter ritory rights for sale 44tf Messrs West Herndon will put on the laughable interlude Blinks and Jinks which is without a doubt the best one ever put on Most home talent shows also oth ers have jokes on the people here but as our funny sketches etc are so nu merous we will disband all local jokes You can go and rest assured that the fun will not be on you There has nothing been left undone toward making the success Crab Orchard Springs THE RECORD ofllce has just printed neat folders announcing the opening of the Crab Orchard Springs which will be open as a summer resort from May to September and a sanitarium all the year round Much money has been spent in making improvements the building covered and painted Manager Willis is a hotel man of long experience and those who loved so well to visit the Springs in their good old days will be delightod to know that it will again be run in proper style Two Prominent Colleges Unite At the meeting of officials in charge of these colleges held in Louisville last week it was decided to the two institutions removing the Richmond school to Danville and taking the Danville rheological Sem inary to Louisville As the division of the schools was brought about by a matter long ago dead and buried the folly of keeping their backs up longer has become disgusting to the public This will be a big thing for Danville but a special dispatch fron Richmond states that the people there are a ous ed over the proposed union and it un derstoodJthere thatif theconioidation can not be prevented in any other way a strong fight will be made in the courts to prevent the removal of Cen tral from Richmond It is claimed that the Richmond people 125000 to have the university lo cated there and the college can not be moved unless the refunded Blue are penangs ham soo them the ay post ell a oney tliE satan S And 1 properly n minstrel consolidate subscribed 4 d Taffeta silks all colors at JosgpVs Best coal oil 12c gallon at the Blue Grass Grocery lOc can Early June Peas for4cat the Blue Grass Grocery w Get your garden seed at Frisbies Drug Store mar283t Perfection suits for boysand H T Logan Capital Wagon best ever made Sold cheap by C C Gaines Bro 2t Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places If you have the blues go to the min strels the 19th and get over them Admission 25 35 and 50c For Sale Butterlne Those who cant get best our butterine H B Unprthcott For Sale 30 broke mules 15 to 16 hands high Jeff Dunn Bryantsville Ky I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey If you are going to paint your house barn fence wagon or anything else Frisbies Drug Store is the place to buy it mar283t Likes The Record Richmond Register The Lancas ter Record one of our best exchanges celebrated its eleventh birthday April ls Are you using Wards flour If not you are missing one of tte pleasures of life Your grocer keeps it Re member the names White Swan and Gilt Edge Bates the Miller Take As I have sold my livery stable it is important tint you call at once and pay your account me as all this business must be closed without de lay This notice is ntended for all who are on my books W B Burton HolfzcIairX The remains of Frank Holtzclaw were brought from Montana Sunday and interred at the Lancaster Mr Holtzclaw moved to the west from this conn ty t me and died there last week We were promised an extended notice of his death but it failed to reach us j I children butter tr Monday Notice ith r Cemetery years y Northern Seed Potatoes cheap at the Blue Grasss Easter Egg Dyes 100 pictures for 5 cents at Thompsons See our Mens all wool suits at 500 better ones at 750 H T Logan Do not fail to see the flannels for spring suits J C Hemphill Buy your seed at Frisbies Drug Store and get the best and freshest3t We have just received a new line Mattings this week The Logan Dry Goods Co See the line of RoadWagons Bug gies Surries Est also for price on same at Conns Carriage Shop Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Now is the time for painting Your every want can be supplied at Fris bies Drug Store mar283t Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply to II A B Marksbury and Son When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All sell it and thousands are us ing it Miner Son If you need letter heads envelopes statements or any other printing give TilE RECORD office a show at it If you are not perfectly satisfied it will cost you nothing The time is up to settle your school tax for the year 1900 If not paid in the next few days leavys will be made and advertised in this paper as the law directs E W IIarris Collector Saddles at 500 ana up Harness 5 to 2000 Buckboards 25 to 6000 Buggies 35 to 10000 Surries 65 to 15000 Pheatons S75 to 135 Look at the above prices and if Conn cannot save you money Our carriage repair department is now have firstclass workmen in every 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 ROMANS More Local on page 3 o Currey grocers Notice see completewe painters fad in cask Surries Buggies Phaetons Road Wagons BOTTOM PRICES i j E mmi J A Funeral Directors I Beazley Co Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for loaned on for sums of 500 upward Cashor COOCOOC OOOC roooooax I SPRING STYLES IN I f- X I Mfri expert mechanics that money can hire Our experience in handling shoes warrants us in saying that these shoes are cut from the most artis tic patterns and made upon the most graceful natural shaped lasts of any shoes on the market Our main line of Walk Overs are sold for 3 Some special imported stocks for 400 See our window display of WalkOver Shoes Combine the best in style fit and wear They are made up on honor by the best workman WalkOver Shoes are not new to the trades but have a long es tablished reputation among the people ofthe country They are made upon common sense and well tested principles from the finest selected stocks bythe most H T LOGAN I 00000 co CENTRAL RWGORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I ONE Y B IN ADTAHCB- KKM8 Six MONTHS f THREE THURSDAY APRIL 11 1901 TIlE Stanford Journal in which we learned our a b cs prints the kind words which are duly ap preciatedEditor Landram in writing of the 11th birthday of the Central Rec ord and the seventh anniversary of his accession to the tripod indulges in some timely suggestions about his peo pie going away from home to bestow Lancaster applies to nearly every town Bro Landram has given his people a good clean paper and descry es their strongest patronage and most cordial support To inhale long deep breaths while slowly raising the arms above the head and to exhale as slowly while lowering them is one of the best ever invented says an This may be true but if a man or woman will put in ten hours honest hard work six days in the week they will have no time time in clination or need of such tomfoolery You will get plenty of exercise if you will go to work and stick at it UI at Richmond the other night ExGovernors Bradley and McCreary who had been enemies for some years met in Elks lodge room fell on one anothers neck kissed buried the meatax and made up The scene was applauded by the brethren and as no fatted calf was at hand the lodge goat was duly slaughtered and a feast They are both good Elks and members whom all the boys are very proud to call brother Miss ELVIRA SYDNOR MILLER who writes the Tattler column in the Louisville Times has been appointed passenger agent for one of the leading roads entering the Falls City The many readers of her delightful will be glad to know that the new position will not interfere with her newspaper work THE RKCOIID wishes Miss Miller all success and smooth sailing in her new work HELP a dog out of a ditch and no matter what kind of dog he is town dog country dog educated or aristocratic or will wag his tail paralizeand exhaust every drop of blood in his veins at your remarks an exchange Help a man out of a ditch and what follows depends very much his breed The more we see of a great many better we like dogs anyway GEN J B CASTLEJIAX met editor Walter Forrester on Market street in Louisville and proceeded to whip the editor a feat many misguided persons often attempt but was down by the quilldriver an editor is much like the to locate the North Pole in that it has never been done and moreover never will be KING OSCAR of Sweeden is afraid to meet a funeral procession and wears always a gold ring supposed to have power as a charm which has come down from his ancestor Berna dotte If his highness would carry a genuine Garrard county graveyard rabbits left hind foot he would be safely shielded from ill luck f i byhome exercises exchange the prepared writings illiterate plebianhe command upon men- the knocked Whipping attempts chewing f 4 3100 50 following tral University Wait til we get the great Southern railroad and you will move the whole shooting match to Lancaster As many Kentucky editors as can possibly do so should take in the ex cursion to Pikes Peak next summer as a visit to itssummit will place many of us poor mortals closer to heaven than we will ever be again THE Cynthiana Democrat wisely suggests that the fate of the young men who attempted to take girls from Potter College Bowling Green should be a warning against pottering around AN effort is being made to secure a canning factory at Richmond Our good neighbor always was good at rushing the can PAINT LICK Guy Rice sold a nice gelding to Moore for 3250 One of Mr R L Arnolds children quite sick with pneumonia Mrs Metcalf is dangerously ill with of London was here this week on business The time is out Saturday for bids to build the bank Dirt has been broken for the of our bank building W F Powers sold a Denmark to Brooks and McKinney for Wm Cottrell sold to A B Estridge- a good work horse for 40 E W Norris sold a four year old mare to Joe McCormack for seventy dollars R N Beazley sent his model to Washington and applied for a patent on his man machine John Hunt who has been here for sometime buying and shipping went to Louisville Tuesday Dr Cassenburg went to Louisville Monday as a delegate from this place to the grand lodge of Maccabees Hunt Beazley shipped one thousand pounds of tobacco from this place in the last two months Wm Hester died on the 7th with pneumonia in his 18th year he was buried at Old cemetery Dr B Ramsey wife and daughter arrived home Tuesday from Arkansas where they have been spending the winterThere was such a large crowd here Saturday that Jack Adams went to rent Kirksville fora hitching place Jack says when he got there he found no body at home and he could not make the trade W N Beazley has invented a that runs without steam or horse power It is so that it can be attached to a wagon buggy or any kind of a vehicle it works with a leaver on each side and two men can move any thing that is moveable with it He calls it the man power machine The Best Remedy for Rheumatism Quick relief for pain All 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 attackof in my arm and shoulder I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until a was recommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons Co of this place to try 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 rheumatism in the market For sale by B E McRoberts druggist boys Henry pneumoniaJohn receiving foundation stallion 2 5 tobacco hundred over machine electricity arranged Sometime rheumatism druggists Chamberlains recommended muscular C Paint Lick self binder C NOW READY g p p I c 5 H 8 J j S H MY SUMMER Lines of Merchant TAILORING SPRING and Are now in and I will ask my friends and the public generally to call and see them as 1 can show you o A Few Novelties that Cannot be Found Elsewhere Pfit Every suit made by THE ROYAL TAILORS will equal thatof any HOME TAILOR in FIT and WORKMANSHIP and at m g A Suit to Your Measure for 10 M And guarantee a fit Please call amtsee my line before the best JSstyles are all sold out v Same old stand nor Public Square Yours For Business JC Hemphill S S H SS s H Ifi I whichIi 110 SouthEast m 4 0 Y 1 i PBEACHEBSYILLE We bad a cold wet Easter Sunday Born to the wife of Leroy Bell a little girl The whooping cough has about its course in our town J B Hutchins has his house almost ready to move into Parish Baler has bought 25 nice hogs in the last few days G W Evans who has been on the sick list is able to be out again Frank Thompson bought of J P Ballard a yearling horse for 45 J P Rogers stuck a nail in his foot Sunday which has been giving him some pain W R Holtzclaw who has pneumo nia is some better and we hope tosee him out again soon Robert Holtzclaw returned from the mountains with several hogs which cost him about 4ic There were about twenty of J C McKees scholars called on him Saturday and brought him 28 Easter eggs all nicely painted He reports a nice time Misses Campbell Wilcox and Purdy our tsachers were visiting at London first of the week Misses Worrel and Myrtle Corminy were vis iting Mrs S Baler and Mrs J S Hutch ins Saturday and Sunday B D Holtzclaw while plowing on his farm recently purchased from W T B White plowed up 95 cannon balls which weighed 121 Ibs each some loaded bombs They had been placed in a ditch during the civil war Some of them are on exhibition at J F Panes shop ARKSBDRY Henry Parks sold a good calf to Jas Parks for 20 A number of our neighbors are beau tifying their already beautiful homes by setting out a nice lot of sugar trees A number of worthless curs made a raid on Mrs Fannie Pollards flock of sheep a few nights were killed and about fifteen badly crip die from injuries we advise the farmers to be on the watch and have the old shot gun well loaded Miss Alberta Hilton of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr H G Aldridge and family MrsHow ard Rice has been visiting the family of Mr Andrew Rice The Ladies Aid Society will meet next Thursday at the hospitable home of Mrs Jean Kemper Mrs Price Bourne of Bet tis spent Friday with her mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Miss Alice Da ly of Marcellus is spending a few days with her grand father Mr Wm Parks Mesdamcs Andrew and Vic tor Rice and pretty little Stella V spent Tuesday with friends in Lancas ter Misses Frankey Doty and Sue Higgins of Point Leavel returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit to their cousin Miss Georgie Dunn Mrs James Speaks still continues very sick Although the weather was inclement Sunday a good crowd heard Rev Copass interesting ser mon the Resurrection TEATERSVILLE The friends of Miss Beatrice Ray are glad to see her out after a spell of fever A Walker purchased of J D Baker a bunch of shoats at 475 also of Lee Brown 29 hogs at 5 cents The Junior Crokinole club enjoys some interesting games They meet triweekly with different members Misses Jennie and Pearl Hardin in company with their brother John left on Tuesday for Illinois to reside permanently Mr and Mrs Kemp Walker will have as their guest Saturday Bro Pike who will conduct services at Buckeye Saturday afternoon Sunday and night Owing to the inclemency of the weather a small crowd attendee services at Chapel Sunday Rev Bevin their pastor will conduct a protracted meeting as soon as the weather gets more settled Johnnie Bogie is at home again from a business trip to Lincoln Sheriff Saunders and wife were guests of friends here Sunday Miss Maggie Sandidge has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Crab Orchard Mr E M Walker of your town has been the guest of his son J M Walker Simpson our prosperous and welltodo merchant is as usual having a big trade He handles goods of the best quality and has a handsome line of Spring goods which his polite clerk J E Simpson will take great pleasure in showing you He also pays the highest market price for all kinds of produce call and be convinced for yourselves LOWELL Miss Jennie Kinnard entertained a number of her friends at a candy par ty at her pleasant home Friday night April 5th The attendants were Mrs Jennie Whitaker Mrs Laura Hunter and little Miss Archildeen Whitaker of Lancaster and Misses Susie Hurt Nora and Sallie Davis Bessie Walker Lucy Spratt Emma Ends the young men were Messrs Sam Mike and Ar thur Hurt Millard Meadows John Davis and John Ends All reported a jolly good time notwithstanding the down pour of rain which detained them till after twelve oclock j ie I run r Prof-S also n agofour pledseveral Sunday Easter county Wm Virg may ing ed of at Theives are very numerous in this vicinity There are quite a number here on the sick list this week Mr James King has sold his farm near here to Mr May of Jessa mine county containing 119 acres for 2000 Mr Richard Ballard drew a bucket of water from his well one evening last week and on the following morn was very much surprised to find that the well had sprung a leak and the water had all disappeared Mrs S M Stedman is visiting rela Frankfort Mrs A S Hasel den was in Danville last Friday on business Mrs W J Hogan present each one of the scholars in herSun day school class with a nice Easter egg on last Sunday which pleased the little ones very much Mrs J X Dunn and Mrs Eliza Ballard visited relatives in Stanford last week and attended the Missionary Institute Mrs Mary Holcombe spent last week with her son Bent Mr Ed Smith Versailles spent last Saturday and Sunday with Miss Bessie King Mr Hence Burke and son Okla of Paint Lick spent last week with friends and relatives here Mrs Lucas Shear and daughtef spent Monday in your city Mrs Sallie Dunn and son are visiting her parents Mr and jMrs Henry Saddler STONE Mrs T L Saunders lost two nice cows last week The steamer Falls City failed to get up last week The Kentucky river is lined with rafts since the high tide Perry Naylor sold seven acres of land to George N Raney for S2o Luther Raney sold a bund M hoats 350 per head to different j rtios The carpenters began working on the residence of C S Saunders this account of the rainy weather Rev Meldrum failed to get here for his appointment last Sunday at Scotts Fork he will till the pulpit at some place Sunday Miss Myrtle Saunders of Iliatts vine spent last Monday with her Misses Saunder Mr and Mrs Hansford Land returned home from a visit to Buena Vista with their ne phew John Pollard last week Mrs L M Crutchfield visited her sister Mrs Leu Ray at Buckeye NINA Prospects for wheat in this vicinity are better now Miss Eva Jones is visiting her Mrs Davis Sutton Mrs N E Kelley has been visiting her niece Mrs T A Royse Miss Arkie Hunter has returned home from a pleasant visit at Marks buryMrs M J Kelley sold to C T Lay ton sixteen barrels of corn at 225 per barrelMisses Mamie Kelley and Ollie Hackley have returned home from a pleasant visit at Buena Vista Messrs Brady Cnnningham and H G Lane of Buena Vista made a trip to Upper Garrard Sunday MT HEBRON Ed Naylor Sr sold to Ed Naylor jr a nice cow for 25 Mr H Montgomery bought a cow from A Preston Price S20 There are more rafts on Kentucky river now than ever known at this place There was 1000 raftsmen at Lock No 8 last week at one time A pound party was given at the home of Mr and Mrs J I Crawford last Monday evening a nice supper served and all seemed much Frank Bourne the wellknown was in this section last week Messrs Jennie Leu Rogers and A E Scott were the guests of Mrs P B Grow Saturday night and Sunday Caught a Dreadful Cold Marion Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large importer of fine millinery at 1658 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 Cough Rem edy for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve hef so quick ly that I bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to im prove at once I am new entirely well and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by E E McRob erts druggist The man with an ales tooltinted nose seldom deserts his colors Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove all impurities from your system cleanse your bowels make them regular F P Frisbie A man may smile and smile and still be a temperance advocate 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 hesitate to recommend it pectfully Dr T Jones For sale by R E McRoberts drugget E C fives in Herbert weekOn cousins cousin flying vas delighted trader severe Very BIIYANTS VICLE notes I to ful A a News Louisville shots made good scores at big New York live bird contest Dudley Yore again tried to kill Dr Piner at Hopkinsville and was fined 120 It is believed a strike of the miners in Hopkius county will be called April considerable portion of the at the Somerset fair grounds burned Dick Nugent Lexington sentenced twentyone years for killing Wm Mahoney The Newfoundland seal fishery this year will be one of the most success in years One day recently the amount of mail originating in the Chicago post office wrs 154 tons James Walker of Franklin a at Centre College accidentally shot and seriously wounded himself The Salvation Army is at work in 57 different countries and tyfive periodicals printed in 21 Adj General Murray set aside the recent election for Major in the regiment of State Guards on of gross irregularities Paul Kruger in an interview at Utretcht says the Boers will keep on fighting until independence is gained lie accused the British of brutality of the most horrible kind Alex P Wilson a wellknown and one of the oldest and most prominent citizens in Madison county died at College Hill at the advanced age of 84 years Aguinaldo has taken the oath of al Isgiance to the United States It is believed that he will be released from custody but will be kept under sur veillance The total collapse of the insurrection is expected to follow The surrender of rebel officers and men continues An Associated Press telegram says sensation that happened in Bowling Green held the undivided attention the grand jury and became public property The affair comprehends an interrupt elopement of five young wo BowlingGreenries for young women in the South About midnight five young men drove carriages to the college and with aided the young women to leave the building by climbing through story windows While assisting the fifth to reach the ground Presi dent Cabell appeared on the scene with a shot gun and began shooting at the young men who returned the fire Two young men were wounded but the President was not hurt The girls were returned to their rooms and the swains went away without them The girls are members of the best families in Kentucky Indictments were returned against the boys but efforts are being made to have Gov Beckham pardon them 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 A drunkard is a man who commits suicide on the installment plan 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 gripe Some men have no if the color is all right they chance it Spring coughs are especially and unless cured at once results often follow One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not common mixture but is a high grade remedy Only the man who has delirium tremens may be said to enjoy life to the fullest extent 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 They USE the BEST ZIMMER the BASER uses WARDS FLOUR and the fol lowing 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 L Underwood Frank Lackey F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no ter flour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BITES the Milter roooooooooooooooo oooo ooo the 15thA grandstand student has twen Second account of second neV- er F P Frisbie tastebut dangerous serious F P Frisbie r II I I I I I I I I I I I I I bet I I II Cu 00000000oooovmoooCGNERRh languages educator ladders Houseman sus e r ooaooeoo ooaN V s StV Dont Believe the FALSEHOODS Told you by Our Competitors Any set of Teeth made by me and a tootn 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 alit de fect 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 1901 FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES SHRUBS ROSES Grapes Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Or chard Lawn and Garden Prices right as we pay no agents but sell direct to the planter General and Strawberry catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and or gans is the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in stantly and permanently cures Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults imperfect digestion y e c Dtwrrr coCfcicat Nursery Koclol reconstructing t discovered anl1 t1ae- IIUBookaUab ps1auedtree Pre To get a really good of coffee youll have to back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get Roasted Coffee for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes being better flavored more satis fyingYou will find a list of useful des in each package of ArfaucMes Coffee A definite part of one of these becomes yours when you buy the cofFee The one you select from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLS BROS Notion Dept New York City NY start Irbuckles 1 furtherbesides art anti 1es f JOHN civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended I T JOHNSTON Season 1001 EAGLE BIRD SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 16 hands high henry mime noel tail tot Kffl EAGLE Winner of 10 nIne Ties EAOLE Bum was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking yonr mares lIe will make the season at Thos L Baugbmans place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to tare a lm Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Eaugtman Danville Kyv Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts land containing SO acres each in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be rented WILLIAM HERNDON tf Assignee Sired by the G present k1 of neighborhood desiring purchased- or 1 LOW RATES To the following meetings Southern Cotton Spinners Charlotte N N May 910th Annual Encampment G A R of Tennessee Greenville May 1516th Confederate Veterans Memphis May 2830th Call on ticket agents for furttier particulars QUEEN 8CRESCf T OUT ew Association Easter Opening SPRING and SUMMER MILLINERY Saturday April 6th Everybody cordially invited NOEL SISTERS THE LEADING MILLINERS j CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY APRIL 11 1901 AIJOUT people L F Hubble has returned to the mountlins Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in Danville visiting relatives Mr John Doty is at home very sick with rheumatism Mr Graham Price and wife are at Mrs Susan Prices Mr John K West who has been very ill is much improved Mrs A H Rice left yesterday for her home in Nashville Tenn Mrs K F Postle spent Monday with relatives in Danville Miss Alice Dunn of Danville is Mrs Letcher Owsley Miss Jennie Duncan who has been very sick is very much better Richmond Pantagraph Mr E Ray of Lancaster was here Sunday Mr W B Burton went to Memphis this week with a load of horses Mrs R C Warren of Stanford is with her sister Miss Jennie Duncan J Joseph is at home again with a nice line of spring and summer goods Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden will en tertain the this evening Mrs Mattie Duncan is in visiting her friend Mrs Fields Miss Louise Kauffman spent Easter with her mother Mrs Emma Kauff man Capt Mike Salter left yesterday for St Louis where he will reside in the future Mrs Anderson of North Carolina is visiting her neice Mrs William Walden Missse Noel Dunn and Currey will spend Sunday with Miss Mug Noel DanvilleMrs I Hamilton has returned from several months visit toMemphis Tennessee Anderson attended the BaconPearson wedding at Lexington Wednesday Robert Warner has gone to to accept a position in the business Miss Mary Gill is in Oxford Ohio visiting her sisters Misses Martha and Helen Gill Richmond Pantagraph Attorney Williams of Lancaster attended cii cuit court Tuesday Richmond Register Miss Bessie Patton of Garrard county is visiting Miss Annie Ellison Mr and Mrs J W Elmore attended the funeral of W Creston Burgin at Burgin last Friday Mrs W Simpson Elkin of Atlanta arrived Wednesday to visit her sister Miss Jennie Duncan Misses Annie Francis and Elveree Wallace of Paint Lick visited Mrs J S Robinson Tuesdaj Mr Dave Walker was in Lexington visiting his sister Miss Alice who is i attending Hamilton college r 1 J vis- Iting croldnole club Lexington Miss Allie Lexington insurance I 00sooooo0000000000ooooovooooooc jso0oooaoooQlooor a 1 I r C I i k I i r rt I I t 1J u 3 Mr James Lock of Barbourville spent several days this week with his wife at Squire W H Kinnairds The beautiful Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford will arrive tomorrow to visit Miss Christine Bradley Stanford Journal Miss Theo Hemp hill will represent Lancaster in the elocutionary contest here in June The happiest young man in town is Robert Walters over the pretty sorrel pony his father has presented him Mr Bass the popular clerk at Fris bies took several days vacation with his parents in Campbellsville Mrs Charles F Denman of Eich olasvillc is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Livingston Colonel Mrs Schooler after a pleasant visit of several days has returned to her home in Paint Lick Miss Eliza Smith is in Lexington visiting relatives While there she will see Joe Jefferson in his popular plays Miss Lydia Elmore has returned from Richmond where she has been visiting her grand parents for the past three months Miss Bettle Miller has returned from Knoxville Tenn where she has been spending the winter with hei brother Capt Sam Miller Mr and Mrs Will Walker and daughter Pattie Duncan were guests of Mr and Mrs Marshal Eason and Sunday Mr W II Wherritt attended the meeting of the Boards of Control of Centre College and Central University Louisville last week Mr John E Stormes was in Monday and Tuesday a meeting of the State Board of which he is a member Mrs James Anderson of Bryants ville spent Monday with her sister Mrs Owen Rigney Her mother Mrs Ann Walker accompanied her home Miss Maggie Tomlinson left day for several months visit to her friend Miss Gena Bush of St Louis She was accompanied by her father who goes on business Miss Maggie Tomi inson entertained Friday evening at cards Those pres ent were Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury Messrs Dave Walker Robert Davidson and Henry Simpson Mr J D Hardin and sisters Misses Jennie and Pearl left this week for Decatur Ill where they will visit relatives Mr Hardin will probably locate there His many Garrard county friends and admirers will be glad to know that Congressman George G Gilbert is rapidly recovering from his recent illness He has been confined to a hos pital in Louisville Col W S Fergurson is here this week returning from California whither he was called by the illness of his sister Her Lancaster friends will be glad to hear that she is much improved in health Miss Louise Farris was the charm ing hostess at the crokinole club Fri day evening Quite a crowd was pres ent and some fine playing displayed The first prize was won by Miss Henry and the second by Mr Hudson K Saturday Louisville uY Pharmacy many Georgia Val ter effendi yeter J 1 j i i Ij j I i lliID1Jrmri1J8 We Handle EVERYTHING USED in Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town We have a full line of H use Carriage Barn and Roof Filler Hard Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var Putty Sand and it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee j f3 t Ei L 3 3TTIg5 1 F3 p Wagon e Paint Wood Oil White J nishes Paper site Pt i It t e STORE J b a The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club was entertained Tuesday by Miss Maggie Tomlinson at a winter picnic The lunch was delightful and the enjoyed by the members The next meeting will be with Miss Mattie Thompson Danville avenue Mt Vernon Signal Mrs Schooler of near Paint Lick has been visiting her daughter Mrs Willis Adams for a few days Dr Wesley a physician from Lancaster has to Ins home from visiting his brother Theo Wesley of this place Danville News Mrs Thomas and daughter Mrs Fleece of Lancaster were in town Miss Pearl Hill of who has been the charming guest of Miss Daisy Collier for the past few days returned home Monday Chas Barker was in Lancaster on business jSicholasville Journal Miss Rella J Arnold Lancaster is the guest of relatives here Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden of Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan the first of the week Brown Y Anderson who has been at Little Rock Ark eral months will return home tIllS week Brodhead Cor Stanford Journal Lost My Wife Good looking appar cntly about 16 although in the 50s Left two weeks ago to visit friends and relatives around her old home in Bryantsville Danville and Lancaster If no information is received of her whereabouts in two days girls write to Uncle Josh Dunn The Confederate Veteran one of the leading periodicals of the South prints the following which will be read with interest by the many friends of the charming young lady Miss Alma Lackey of Gallatin Tenn is the only daughter of S E Lackey who is one of the oldest and best families of Sumner county a county long famed and a credit to Tennessee for its fair and brave men Miss Lackey has been thrice honored by selection as Sponsor for Sons of Yet erans First at Atlanta when she was only seventeen years of age sec ond at the state reunion at Mur freesboro Tenn and again at the re union at Louisville in 1900 A friend writes that she is just developed in to full beautiful womanhood a tiling of beauty to make an old man dance with joy ADDITIONAL LOCAL First Claws Workmen I am prepared to make contracts kinds of outside painting having a number of practical painters to do the work Long experience enables us to guarantee every job turned out attention to paper hanging mar21tf Milton Sneed Having made atangements to en gage In other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker tf Bryantsville Good Fits Guaranteed I will have an experienced man to take measures for suits this season Fits and quality guaranteed Prices as low as the lowest Several hundred samples from three of the best houses in America See me before buying M D Hughes Hank Stock for Sale I will sell privately for cash shares of stock in the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster If not sold will offer same to the highest before Court House door at 2 oclock p m on April 29th 1901 Ad dress P U Box 190 Lancaster Ky Think About Tills We are here to stay All we have is located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesome haircut Certainly not Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan the old reliable barber tf New Track Winchester L and N road is to lay a new track from here to Richmond and perhaps all along this portion of the line For the rails now in use will be substituted by much heavier rails the road bed will be put in the best possible condition and other improve ments will be made Measuring Party The boys of the base ball team which is to compete for the champi onship in the Graded School will give a measuring party at the school building tomorrow night for the purpose of raising funds to help them buy a lot of need ed paraphranalia It will only cost you a few cents to attend and you should go and encourage the lads They are working hard to get in shape for the contest and as we all want them to should lend them all the assistance in our power will be served Raisins Funds for Parsonage aDrmembers alone had given sixteen hun dred dollars toward the new parson age and the canvass had just fairly begun He said they wanted four thousand dollars as it was the desire of the officers to erect building of which the church would feel proud and that it would be folly to build a cheap one with the expectation of improving it later on He was much fc encouraged in the matter and said he was confident all the money would be forthcoming in a very short time t r I afternoon practicing returned Robinson Robinson yesterday Lancaster M r Saturday Lancaster comrade women Special flusliics lor Sale Anyone tailoring fourteen bidder DemocratThe Friday Refreshments I force the outhern fall preparing Tournament win ve v Was a Success The ladies netted a neat little at the reception given in the store room Saturday and those attended were well repaid patronage The proceeds go toward the building fund of the proposed Christian church The ladies THE RECOKD oflice with a waterbucket full of sherbert cream and cake which was greatlyappreci ated Public Sale Having sold my farm I will offer to the highest bidder on the premises two miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike on Friday April 19 1901 the the following property Cows and calves fine hornless bull calf one aged mule 2 fine mules 1 horse farming implements household and kitchen furniture All sums under 10 cash in hand over that amount a credit of six months will be given purchaser to give note with good Sale begins promptly at one oclock W B Jarvis AM Bro Sepli Campbell Sees It Somerset is said by some that advertising is a hard bill to pay So is a doctors bill The two are similar If the doctors fails to bring prompt results it is the same as an advertisement wrongly placed The right doseage at the right time restores the patient A misplaced is only a waste of good money One dose rarely cures a sick man One little ad is about as worthless If well you dont need the doctor If you have all the trade you want never advertise Medicine taken by another will rarely help you Stood by ESls 1 st Richmond Pantagraph But for the thoughtfulness Mr lour Rucker engineer at Hume distillery Silver Creek there would have been serious damage if not loss of life when the boiler burst one day last week When it became known that the hoist had burst there was a speedy rush by the employees for the outside Every man deserted his post except Mr Hucker who stood Casibianica like and risked his life to save the building The brave engineer ran to the water pump and flushed the boiler This reduced the steam and cooled the boilers thus preventing a terrific explosion The Distillery Company will keep Mr Pucker steadily in charge When cease at Silver Creek he will be transferred to Paris Open Session The week of prayer and selfdenial observed by the C W B M closed Sunday evening with an open session at the Christian church A very program was rendered which reflected credit upon the One of the most pleasing features was the music furnished by the choir which was beautiful and inspiring Mrs R L Elkin delighted all howe er with an address which was all that natural ability and careful prepara tion Mrs Burnett a new butcapa ble and willing worker in our ranks read in a clear and impressive style a selection on What the Century wrought for woman in India Mrs McRoberts plea for new members was presented in choicest words and she brought out in a striking manner womans capability and willingness to lend a hand in every crisis of the worlds history All felt that a fin ishing touch was needed to make even more impressive all the good things that had been said so Bro Moore was called upon and right well did he to the duty of the hour His talk was brief but his words so well chosen and earnest so full of love for missionary effort that we feel we have in him a promoter of every cause that glorifies the Master When the mite boxes were collectedit was found they contained 1580 which sum will be used toward the maintenance of an orphan girl in India who has been adopted by the Lancaster C W B M It doesnt always take eight quart of beer to make a peck of trouble f remembered 2 security pm JournalIt prescription dryad competitors operations enjoyable participants suggestion gas respond su Storm wl fot th ahno year ola The New Hemp IHacJiIne The new hemp breaking machine s which belongs to the Galveston Tex Fibre Company was tested last at the Experimental Station of the State College at Lexington The following extracts of the result of the experiment are taken from the Herald It was generally admitted by the farmers that the work of the machine was satisfactory and compared with handbroken hemp that there was very little waste and that better staple hemp could be assured by this means than by adhering old system of dew rotting and hand breaking Furthermore the crops could be harvested and worked at a time when it would be impossible to make any attempt with the old system and thereby prove more economical and of greater advantage to the farmer Towards the end of the day a short time test was set and the machine run almost to its full capacity and resulted in an average output of three hundred pounds per hour or three thpusand pounds per day of ten hours The above showing proved very as the present machine isof much less capacity than the new ma chines that are being built to take off next years crop Every machine re quires one man to feed the stalks and one man to receive the fiber a third man may be employed in tying the hemp into hanks and bailing the horse power required is small varying from two to five horse power to the toughness of the hemp During the day several hundred visited the hemp field and the machine and its work Hemp in the future will be handled as follows In due season the stalks must be cut and laid to dry fora few days then raked and stacked a short period sullicient to allow the fiber to thoroughly sweat after which the machines are brought and placed in convenient position near the stacks and the fiber decorticated or broken f without rotting IVe Dont Want Motley Bad We want it good and we give you value received as is every bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin no matter be it 10c r0c or 8100 as we guarantee it for Constipation Indigestion Headache and Stomach Trouble McRoberts druggist Not because women should not read this but because its about mens shoes If youve read so far keep on Twothirds of your life is spent in your shoes and solid comfort for f of your life is worth thinking 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 because so many shoes wont tit A good fitting shoe is comfortable all the time Then again it WEARS be cause the strain comes where 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 that enables us to fit you exactly All the latest styles of course and the best leathers to suit your pocketbook Is foot comforter for 1C hours out of 24 worth thinking about Is is worth talking about with us Ward Sympsoni lj of Thursday Lexington favorably satisfactory according persons examined I REf lVRnrI aboutIsnt it comfortbecause tit provis- Ion pointsand assortment Pricesanywhere full FOR IF1 1 And a New Stock of ET 7 Buggies Surries3 ETCf 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 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 Lancaster Ky BUCKBOARDS rElmore r i i i jjj g WE SELL Mined Paint and Guarantee Money refunded or house repaint ed if purchaser is not satisfied R McROBERTS Druggist CHANGE IN THE FIRM 4 I Ready E i Its S jj oj a fl J r 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 i j z u II 2 p n K S T O U TKENTUCKY NOW READY We are back from the markets and are prepared toJ show the Handsomest Millinery In Central Kentucky 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 our goods before buying elsewhere SALLIE D TI LIEXIT i The Time For TORNADOES 1- E 5 Has Arrived 1- g Several cities and towns have been IE greatly damaged and many lives lost by 5 VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against jl storms It costs but little I R KINNAIRD I 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 sastion from the to themost expensive made We have in our employ Expert Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job at the prices A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Ward Deutch Gesprochen J G BANZHAF Clerk IDANYILLE rmri rm a w 1 Ei J JuI 1f i17ir1Pfr1f rf1 c c lUjlUUJUJUU UdUAUU UUUUnIUjUAU Ud1UUUUiUU cheap est lowestpossble VarnishesWindow JOI3it B f3 I r 1 a s End 3 BUM CAPITAL SURPLUS 10 oooeo LANCASTER A BDKNNT President JNO E BTOXXXB Vice C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JK B T EMBEY Asst Cashr DIRECTORS Ju Spll- AlflTR Denny A C Robinson Jno K 3torme W HKinnaird Z493 THE NATIONAL lO j 1 KY President- S Bookkeeper Sam lDCochrsa 15000000 4 ORGANIZED 18- 83mm lima BANK OPLAH01BTE1JT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 VSXNJQ98 SOUCIXKD- Carefal aad FremtAtt tt B f HUDBOS W O KieiraT CMU JKHM nr arA LKWU Y LBATWUI TXAaaoto BJHcDaos r J M HJeeI5JllreaIdr1rI8 Y Lunu Cu3t CD UDBoonDIRECTORS fJ t t rto oi e President Assistant JJrLttar Great and comfort comes into every household when the virtue of Mothers is known No more forebodings nervousness by expectant mothers as the BROWN of Waddifl I of my wifes Mends hareused Mothers Friend before confinement would not pus through 111tSS11g 10 Wome marvelouslinimentn F say the ordeal qalD WIthout even iClt cost 12 per tattle sr Many W B Burton sold a nice gelding this week to Gaines for 250 I will exchange some good springers and fresh cows forewes J C Siler The Chicago corn market for May delivery reached the highest record price 44fc Plants need a good deal water as the days grow longer and warmer than they do in midwinter For or three fine and pigs Also some good springer cows G A Swinebroad There will be between 50000 and 100000 additional acres of land devo ted to rice culture in the South next Burton shipped a load or to Memphis Tenn Tuesday for which he paid from 75 to 150 They were a toppy lot The cars loaded with oranges sent out last month from southern would have made each day a train a mile and a half long At the public sale of Shorthorns held March 22 by Donahy at Ia 48 females averaged 24540 and bulls averaged 12035 In one or two localities in the State the mad itch has appeared among the cattle It starts in the hoofcaus ing pain that drives the animal mad 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 A Fayette county farmer sold his tobacco crop 100000 pounds at ten cents The thousand dollars is a nice little sum to realize on one little crop of tobacco J V Boyd Son of Shelbyville have sold to Scott Isbell of South vine Ky an eleven months old Ches ter Dare colt dam a thoroughbred Price 300 Mr W R Munsinger of Iowa re cently sold on the Chicago market a car load of grade Herefords averaging 1275 lbs for Sfi25 He says they ted him 7317 each Skin troubles cuts burns scalds and chafing quickly heal by the use of Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be sure you get P Frisbie Any man can make 10 a day for three days put in on extra disking and dragging of almost any ten acre field of corn before planting A crop of corn is not as well understood as it should be A of 5000 chickens from Kentucky arrived at Philadelphia Fri day There were 1000 roosters among them and they frequently managed to crow all at once making an noise Jesse R Letton Millersburg Ky has sold and shipped to J B Bickwell the great sheep man of Mo a pair of fox hounds to be used for protecting his sheep from wolves Ten hogsheads of Mason county Bur ley sold at the Peoples House at an average of 958 per hundred the best hhds of the crop bringing 1150 one hogshead brought 1125 two 10 the lowest price of the crop being 790 Spring lamb raised in hothouses sells at thirty cents a pound in New run are covered with glass to give them the the sun The No External Symptoms The blood may be in bad jet with no external signs eruption or sores to indicate symptoms in such cases being a variable appetite poor digestion an indescribable Weakness and nervousness loss of flesh and a general rundown condition of the lystem clearly showing the blood has lost its nutritive qualities hasbecome and watery It is in just such cases that S S S has done some of its quickest and most effective work by building up the blood and supplying the elements lacking to make it strong and vigorous as SaleTwo yearBilly horses California DeWitts car load indescribable tiNbenefitof lit condition thin I more Ne De- F Brecki i net midge skin bottles of S S S emaciated system with We regard it a great J F DUFF Princeton Mo J andto byway ood wile used several greatest J tonics and you will find the appetite im proves at strength etuna and nervousness vanishes as new rich pure blood once more circulates systemSvegetable blood purifier known Itcontains nomin gals whatever Send for our free book on blood and akin write our physicians for any information or advice No charge for an dicl advice me twn tnctnc ct ATLANTA u Jng Be J once sand wanted to ijI- r 3s the f written for young and middleaged women mailed free Imet Sow BY fur DBUGGISTS TIlE BRABFIELD REGULATOR CO AtlMt Ctm frf I Sent by express paid on receipt or r HDsoave aooaespecb1 y v r ting groves ities year times Joe Song was of Mr a sold ly Cure Tex Mr good coss raise the has ing on him out the an an animals are so frail that exposure to the winter would kill them The California orange crop is enor mous and millions of oranges are rot in packing houses and in the for lack of transportation facil The railroads claim that they carried 50 more than last and that the trouble is with the size of the crop The noted race mare Olivette who landed first money about twentyfive and foaled such good horses as Levi Myrtle K Addalelle Rondos dam is dead Olivette owned by George Lindenberger Louisville Ky and had been sent to Lexington Ky to be bred to St Julian John white of Bettis delivered most excellent crop of hemp of 3000 pounds to H A B Iarksbury Son at 5 per 112 lbs The fibre was fine and thread like in substancenice cleaned and well handled The yield about 1 co Pounds to the acre whites two sons deserve great handling of this crop of hemp I have been troubled wits indiges tion for ten years have tried many and spent much money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all medicines taken I eel more like a than I have felt in twenty years Anderson Riggs of Sunny Lane Thousands have testified as did Riggs F P Frisbie The Farmers Home Journal says the poultry business has started many business men on the road tosic The boy on the farm that can a few pennies can go into poultry raising in a way that he can make some money out of it Look out for boy who likes to work with the poultry and make it pay He will make a business man some day if he a Say you farmers who have a good brood mare dont forget to breed to a good horse this year a good general purpose horse one of nice style pleas gait and sufficient speed mind about the cost of the season breed to something good Horses are getting scarce again and by the time you raise a colt from this years breed bathe most profitable thing the farm Dont get the idea into your head that there is nothing profit itable on the farm but tobacco There has not been big money in the horse but he always pays for himself and he is going to bring more money and you Dont let this season go by with breeding the best mare you have to the best horse you can find and you wont regret itWarsaw Independent The official report of the of Agriculture of the tl States gives the following official figures of farm field garden and orchard products of Kentucky Bushels Value Wheat 12442846 8 8G85GG4 Corn 69267224 27706890 Oats 9300293 2985881Rye 294593 185594 potatoes 2087490 1403745 10679389 5c39695 Peaches 846138 2125534 8390064 Kentucky with an area of 40000 square miles of land surface stands third in the column of Southern wheat producing states Texas with seven Kentuckys area standing first with three times her area second Kentucky stands second among the Southern States in corn and oat products Tex being first She is second in Irish potato products West Virginia with area of only 24280 sq miles com ing first The value of the Tennessee wheat crop 11696088 bushels is greater in value by 654346 than the Kentucky crop Kitchen Weight and measure teaspoonfuls of liquid make Four tablespoonfuls of liquid one gills or a quarter of a cup A tablespoonful of liquid half an ounce A pint of liquid weighs a pound A quart of sifted flour one pound Four kitchen cupfuls of flour one pound Three kitchen cupfuls of corn meal one pound One cup of butter half a pound A solid pint of chopped meat one pound Ten eggs one pound A dash of pepperan eighth of a tea spoonful A pint of brown sugar thirteen and a half of powdered sugar one pound Ladies Home Journal piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure I tried Witts Witch Hazel Salve After us it once I forgot I ever had any thing like Piles E C Boice Somers point N Y Look out for imitations sure you ask for DeWitts F P Frisbie De tIe per cent and- S Mr credit for the 14things boy I sing it will cant get along on the farm without Department Hay tons standing I Four one tablespoonful ounces Two cupfuls outer chance Maryland Chad until ma being bed E kept You cure ing worse search It d lack The fled Keep dition have this Bogie Boain Clark Clark Conn Conn Con Fain Ford Gay Why men drink is what staggers a but it is what they drink that staggers the men The best to warm fowls early in the morning before the scalded feed is given scatter a little grain in the litter and let them scratch It is better than red pepper A Testimonial froin Old England I consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy the best In the world for for bronchitis says Mr William of Warrington England It has Saved my wifes life she having been a bronchitis forever six years most of the time confined t her She is quite well Sold by R McRoberts druggist were literally true that tills our jails lots of men coulddt out of them will waste time if you try indigestion or dyspepsia by yourself That only makes it when you do eat heartily You always need plenty of good food prop erly digested Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the result of years of scientific re for something that would not some elements of food out every kind And it is the one remedy that will do it Frisbie isnt always to a mans credit to stop sometimes it is to his of credit The nest Blood Purifier blood is constantly being puri by the lungs liver and kidneys these organs in a healthy con and the bowels regular and you no need of a blood purifier For 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 blood purifier Price 25 cents Sam pIes free at McRoberts drug store List of Claims Garrard County Court Ap ril term Court of Claims 2nd April 1901 Present Hon R A Burnside Judge I M Myers J H Dunn R A Noel R F Parsons Squires Anderson Parker 2 da haulg Adams JV 2 da hauling Adams Tom G da haul g Arnold J A 4 da haulg Anderson Chasi day haulg same account Burdett H A 4 da haulg Bourne Sam 1 da haulg Beazley Sam H da haulg Wm Ida haulg same da hauling tiling Broaddus Wm 6 da haulg Joe 3 da haulg 3 da haulg Bradley Gilbert Acct Batson R H Jd Election Bourne JB Clk Ballard G F Shff Election Broaddus Mason 3 da haulg Broaddus J M 3 da haulg Broaddus B F 1 da haulg account Burton w B account Brown E account Burnside R A account Frank 1 da haulg Cottorell W M 6 da haulg Coldiron Wm 1 da haulg Cotton Sam da Campbell Jim 6 da haulg Croucher Jim Ida haulg Colton Sam 2 da haulg Wm 2 da haulg Coulter C W 6 da haulg Carter J B account Carter F M account G W account R K Judge Election Clark Jim Judge Election Carrier WS 8 da haulg2 teams account Jno G 2 da haul Davis 2 da haulg Dunn J W 2 da hauling Sam 2 da Dunn Elisha H da haulg Donahue Jno 6 da haulg Donahue Steve 6 da haulg Denton R R 2 da haulg same account Denny J M 1 da Comr same Judge Election Dunn J H 14 da in Court same account Duncan J M account Duelson J M 2 da haulg Dyehouse Jim 1000 ft lumber Dunn J M Sr attending elec Dunn English G da haulg Dunn j M 6 da haulg 2 teams Doty L 2 da hauls Engleman C B 6 da haulg Evans V S 2 da haulg 4 da haulg Estridge A B Clk Election same account W H Judge Election A D Shff Election Fish Co account Fowler John 2 da haulg Ben 2 da haulg Gaines Oscar 6 da haulg Green Jack 1 da hauling Gulley J D account Grant Dr H M account Gallaher J F Snff Election Greenleaf G s holding inquest Hendren 0 J 1 da haulg Hawley Hedge haulg Hurt Will 2 da haulg Hughes A D 4 da House Hunter 3 da baulg d irr z 3 9 00 Q 5 10 20 20 00 Q 00 1 50 2 25 j 50 2 00 9 00 4 5Q 4 5Q 49 2 2 00 2 QQ 4 50 4 50 1 50 1 00 3 00 23 00 38 05 1 50 9 00 j 5Q j 50 9 m 1 50 3 00 3 00 9 00 4 00 200 2 00 18 00 22 50 3 75 3 00 3 00 3 QQ 2 25 9 00 9 00 3 00 3 00 j 5Q 2 00 36 00 439 00 9 n 3 00 2 00 2 00 75 3 00 3 QQ 9 00 j 5Q 50Q 95 00 2 00 8 00 1 50 4 50 3 00 age 600 3 00 t woman I I Savory yrto If it Best only F P 00 Per1 BourneAm Wm 1 161 76 J B John Davis 42 00 3 75 tion boothes 9 00 18 00 9 00 3 00 Easley J G 2 00 1 00 3da t ilrV tOO Burn Dot F way w ett haul y f g haul g Ht haul g o Y y- Y Ham J Holcomb Hiatt jjarrjjn Ham J Henry Ison J Jarvis Jones IS Jones J jones Logan Lane P6 da haulg 9 00 Hamilton lice 5da haulg 6 00 S W 2 da haulg Jim Jr 4 da haulg 600 Hill Juo if di Comr 4 50 Hill T O 4 da 6 00 Jack Comr Hanley account 15 88 P 5 da haulg J R Judge Election 2 00 Hamilton J W Election J R account W J account 4 9o Huffman Gabe account 2 00 Hudson TY 10 da haulg 2 tms 15 00 IIam John 5 da liaul 7 0 Hurt Smith 5 da haulg 7 50 Hurt Sale 3 da hauling Hamilton J W Ex Officio 50 00 S 5 da haulg 7 50 McD 3 da haulg 4 TO Joe llda haulg 2 25 damages 100 00 Jake account 7 A Shff Election 2 00 W G Acct 590 King WT 6 da haulg 900 Kciuper F B 3 da haulg 4 50 Kuhlman Henry 5 da haulg Kern per Briah 1 da haulg 2 25 KIncaid W P Clk Election 2 00 Kelly Wright Judge Election 2 00 ICinnaird J B account 22 50 Lane G IT 6 da haulg 9 00 Loran Rice 3 da haulg 4 50 3 da haulg Lane Wm 2J da haulg Laswell Henry 3 da haulg Dry Goods Co account 14 95 Damages 75 00 Leavell J B acct lumber 12 24 Lawson Judge Election Long Perry Judge Election Leavell Eph 2 da hauling 3 00 Locker Jim account Lemay Richard account Lear Benj account 1725 McQuerry Sam 5 da haulg 7 50 Montgomery E 2 da haulu 3 00 flurry John 3 da haulg 4 50 Morehead Wint 6 da haulg 9 00 lIarsee W B 6 da 9 00 McRoberts R E account flyers flee account 5900- Moberley 0 J Judge Election 2 00 Morford Tom 3 da haulg McCarty Lanford 3 da haulg 4 50 Moberley 0 J account 18 00 Miles Pattie house for court Medows J M account 3 03 Kaylor Jim 1 da haulg 2 25 Naylor Ed 3 da haulg Noel R A account 170 50 Baylor J P Clk Election Noel R L 3J da haulg 5 25 da haulg same haulg Mason 2 da haulg 3 00 Pullins Dave 2 da haulg 3 00 Parks J II 2 da haulg 3 00 Pollard Geo G da haulg 9 00 Poor Milton 2 da haulg 3 00 Preston Gabe 3 da haulg 4 50 Phelps J F 1 da haulg 1 50 Pointer Jim account Poindexter C K account 2 55 Parson R F account 87 00 Posey J H Clk Election 2 00 Patterson G M Clk Election 2 00 Henry Shff Election 2 I E F Judge Election 2 00 Pherigo W T Clk Election 2 00 Pettiford Dr account 50 00 Ramsey Tom 6 da haulg 9 00 same 6 da haulg 3 00 Ramsey Jim 6 da haulg 9 00 Rubinson C A 2 da haulg 3 00 Ray E B 1 da haul 150 same Shff Election 2 00 Rout M F 6 da haulg 9 00 same Shff Election 2 00 a Rice A J Ida haulg Robinson Geo B Jd Election 2 00 Robinson C A Jd Election 2 00 Ross Dave account 475 50 Ray Harrison account Scott Dan 21 da hauling 3 75 Smith 2 da haulg 3 00 Sutton John haulg 150 Streltz J C 3 da haulg 4 50 Scott John 3 da haulg 4 50 Scott Logan 6 da hauling Shelby Chas 2 da haulg 3 00 Sanders Coy 1 da 150 J Sebastian W H damages Sebastian W H damages 100 00 Sanders John 1 da Comr 1 50 Stormes Jno E account 144 97 Sanders Jno A Judge Election 2 00 Sparks J A Judge Election 2 00 A Clk Election Sanders JasB account 179 85 Siler Drew 1 da haulg Sadler Bill 1 da haulg 1 50 Singleton Wash acct lumber Terrell P S 2 da haulg 3 00 3rlo Tuggle W P 1 da haulg 1 50 Teater Henry haulg Taylor Walt account 00TrusteesUpton A D 3 da haulg Wallace 0 T acct Walker T B 4 da haulg Worrell Tom 2 da haug 3 00 Walter II C 5 da hauling 7 50 Whitehead E 3 da haulg 4 50 White John 1 da haulg 1 50 Woods Garretl da haulg 1 50 Wylie Henry 3 da haulg 4 50 Wylie S W 2 da haulg Walker A K Shff Election Walker J J Election Ward R G Clk Election Wm Judge Election 2 00 Wallace EJ acct 4115 Walker J M 51 da haulg 8 25 same Comr 3 00 Wesley S acct 47 50 TQ pay which the Sheriff of Q county is hereby directed to collect from each male Inhabitant over theof 21 years a Poll Tax of 150 Attest J M DUNCAN Clerk 80 50 it 10 50 er 00 00 00 ly 00 ard 300 Hamilton Com r Ida 150 7 50 2 00 85 Hogan 4 50 beJones toJoseph 11 7 50 Lane D S 4 50 00Ledford3 a 5 25 Tom L 2 00 2 00 9 50 1 00 same 2 da haulg 3 00 77 95 4 50 10 00 4 u0 2 00 00Ohearne Toni 6 9 00 1 da 1 nO 2 pp 00Patterson 00 1 4 E 1 da 9 hau g Spilman J 2 150In 4 25 Thomas Jim haulg 4 50 1 da 1 50 14 00 4 50 47 00 6 00 Williams Henry 2 da haulg 3 3 00 2 00 Judge 2 00 2 00 Ward C Ri I I Slit 54 W haul r 40 Gar j Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUIRE I J E 8 s Jt C Queen Crescent Route and its connecting to the f i f ant3 merican Exposition BUFFALOMay 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will bo announced later The Pan architecture wonderful displays special dazzling Midway NIAGARA minutes Grounds p Ur ExposItion features FALLS Only ao any trlu 0 elmta ra o Chattanooga W gp no reetiecttntagChatr sentrisetrntnatuuma 5 Sleep far a bdakf tartarn A 1 jteCnnauiii in On on be day and Pear ing newt when R KINNAiRD INSURANCE Representing Folloiii Coipies AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German AmerIcan Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British the District Court of the VoiCed States for the District of Ken tacky In Bankruptcy In the matter of Richard A McGrath Bankrupt this 2nd of April A D 1901 considering the petition of the for discharge filed on the 21st of A D 1901 is ordered by the court that a hear had the same on the 13thof April A D 1901 before saidcourt at Louisville in said district atoclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that noticethereof be published in theRECOUP a newspaper printed in saiddistrict all known creditors other persons in interest may at said time and place and showcause if they why the pray of said petitioner should not begranted WITNESS the HonoraSEAL Walter Judge r of said Court and seal thereof at Frankfort in said on the 2nd day ef April A D 1901 W G CHAP3IAX Clerk The cheap store in the North East corner of the Public Square CLOTHING FINE SHOES FURNISHING GOODS We also have a full line ol slight used household Furniture and Carpets The goods will be sold at the Lowest Prices Come and us STORE Cheapest Place in Town Rates to California Q C Special reduced rates to California c opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and excellent trainservice Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address W particulars je JjjJIlJ 6 V Ite are or inl Aetna Life Ins Gu gf C 1 0 f 0 C C the New Garrard Hotel build has brought in a fine stock of second hand see in town CINCINNATI great G P A I 30 c W the Merchant r o CEN a c Reduced Cincinnati tihap 11 4 TEAL P 1t G a or DAVIDSON LANDRAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a bothtoThose whohave farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at thelaw office of R L Davidson over Stormes dnfg store and list their theCENTRALnocharge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirectTitles will mortgagesreleasedIf you have for youradvantagepropalaeadyNo 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for aDoctor or Merchant and very convenient onestoryframe house has four rooms hallway 3 verandas and a sum thewaysplendidcisternnew and convenient Price is right and terms easy Wo 2 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster 70feet front partofanice residence in a good one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desireable locationin every particular This property is cheap and will go quick No 3 Vacant Lot on East side ofHill street in Lancaster adja deeporGood 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 Farm Of 86 Acres 1 miles from Lancaster on the culiivationgrass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp landbriugs finewheat and corn throughoutwhole place under good fence 5room cottage regidence barnice No 6 All bottom land level and productive never failing stock of men of moderate means No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on hallwayaboveside and conveniently constructed large complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern lar e stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 447feet 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 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 Louis Landram over Stormes store Central Record office neral Anew neighborhoodand etcWellofCopperoutbuildingsPossession bathroom R 1 1 t j J 1 i t e LawO Ice w COW PEAS SOJA BEANS two of the most profitable can sow for grain and soil Other seasonable seeds need are Seed Corn Millets Velvet Beans Sorghum or Cane Broom Corn Kaffir Buckwheat Rape Etc We carry the Largest and Best eel of Seeds in the Central West Seeds mation about all crops and will be Mailed LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S Jml Teeth extracted without with Vitalized Air Office in Danville street oppo Presbyterian church KIDNEY DISEASES the most fatal of all rULCl 0 Guarantied Rmdy money refunded Contains remedies recognized by as the best for Kidney and Bladder trouble a Care JtI Vegetable Field Grass arid litOUR glees full infor Y litFREE providing mention this Ius a the Seeds you need litandwell quote low prices I WOOd SIMS I CO EEDt31diE1 aMcC DENTIST diseases KIDNEY CURE is eminent PRICB six Sect c taca AND rou ion including CATALOGUE you aad iso in TOWN PROPERTY Monday April 22 1901 publicly defore the court house door in Lan caster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville and Lexington streets Properly is in good repair well located desirable Terms made known on day of sale J A SLAUGHTER Admr Any persons having claims against said Mrs Nannie E Carpenter will present them to me properly evrified before March 22 1901 NOTICE To hear Proof on Claims Garrard Circuit Court C Cox PUT M Higginbotbam Admr Deft to an order of reference of the Garrurd Circuit Court made at rte March term1901 in the above ease the undersignedMaster Commissioner will holdin his office in Lancaster Garrard county Ky proof on claims against decedents estate Allpersons having will present them prop and proven theed limit or the become barred Givenunder my hand this 9th day of 1001 W MILLER as411 8 t Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court TONSORIAL PARLORS D E DAVIS Prop v KENTUCKY Handsomely Fitted Clean and Comfortable Workmanship Guaranteed Hair Cutting Dyeing etc Honing of Razors a Specialty Hemp Wanted Will pay highest Cash Market Price for Hemp delivered at either Lancaster or my horns near HyatsvtTe Feb21 R M vs a today WEST ver MaP Sh Carpenter and- y ry ursuant aving t