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FlI Entered at Poet Office in Lancaster Kyt as Second Cleat Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 18 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I 1 nttnt NUB111 DTrErrn j Y I hg the 3FE18 I I We Are For You With a Complete and Uptodate Stock of Spring and Summer Consisting of Dress Goods in Large Variety of Fabrics in all the shades and colors Foulards Taffeta and Peau de Soie Silks All the new things in Wash Goods India Linens Paris Muslins French Lawns and Embroidered Swisses Trimmings of all kinds Ribbons broideries Gloves Hos iery Shoes Slippers Car pets 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 before you buy LOGAN i iC Ready I i q i I Dry OODns Ca i Merdliauise newt j I i I Em- I 4rr r Fly i THE HOME NEWS K MlVti M Garden Seed at Carreys The Military corset the latest fad at Josephs 3 packages Bell Starch for lOc at Blue Grass Grocery Capital Wagon best ever mi Sold cheap by C C Gaines Bro 2t All the novelties of the season in hats II T Logan Go to Cincinnati on Q C Sunday excursion April 21st The first of the Hemp Seed A few good cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 2t Talk about your 5c corn we have it and its good Good people sayso Ward Sympson We have the best homemade in Kentucky now ready for sale Call and see them Romans Elmore Nicholasville will disappointed in her efforts to secure electric lights as there was a flaw in the election She will cut and come again 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 H T Logan Lew Welsh a negro convicted at Danville of running a crap game was fined 500 and given three years im prisonment When you come to town court day dont fail to see largest stock of buggies wagons and harness ever in Romans Elmore 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 S350 J S Miner Son We furnish wall paper ready trim med to put on the wall We can please you in both style and price Dont forget we have the largest stock in Central KentuckyJ Beazley Co We dont claim that Wards Flour is the best made but many of our customers say so We do claim it is just as good as any try it and see what you say Insist off having White Swan and Gilt Edge Bates the Miller Another Operation on Minor Drs Kinnard and Wesley found it necessary to perform another opera tion on Ed Minor and Tuesday re moved a lot of broken bones An scess was also found While the ope ration will greatly weaken Mr Minor yet it is now believed that he will pull through A Beautiful Store One of the prettiest stores in Cen tral Kentucky is that of Mr H T Logan in this city The room has re cently been painted papered and and Mr Logan has bought many handsome uptodate show cas es and fixtures which add materially to his already well equipped house The cases with marble bases and plate glass running from the floor to about four feet in heighth are the prettiest ever brought to Lancaster while the shirt racks and other new inventions are to use a slang out of sight Mr Logan has one of the bestselected and most up todate stocks of gents furnishing clothing ladies and gentlemens shoes etc ever brought to a town smaller than Lexington and a call at his store will surprise you A Few Facts and Figures For the benefit of those roosters who say the running of the night trains does not pay the company we wish to give a few figures Those now hustling for a day train have learned the following facts For the months of January February and March 1897 before the present change was made the receipts for passenger business was 36216 For the same months in 1898 before the change was made the total was 43257 Same period in 1899 after the change 100943 Same in the year 1900 14601L Same period this year 1901 151224 You dont have to put on your specs to see this gain For 64 months previous to fie putting on the night trains Jan 1893 to May 1898 the passenger at Lancaster office amounted to 1083039 For 35 months or since change was made May 1 1898 to Apr 101901 the receipts from passenger sales amounts to 1732263 When it is remembered that all the day travel to Cincinnati now goes via Junction City one can readily see what an in crease will be made by running day trains over the home road to Cin ciftnati Lexington etc It was also learned that other stations on the Rowland branch have increased In like proportion 1 X de buggies Good tIt stf air expression p plOd receipts j f 8 season road renovated a y I Next Monday is county court Try Top Notch Flour 55c atBlue Grass Grocery x If you want the Coffee on the market go to T Currey Beautiful line of the satin and silk foulards all colors at Josephs Our collector Brown will be on the streets Monday Be ready for him White colored and embroidered Swisses for summer gownsat You will find Withers prices as low as ninetenths of the merchants are paying Hemp Seed A few good cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 2t W A Traylor wants two or three thousand bushels of wheat Apply to him at Gilberts Creek mar21 tf 5000 Transplanted Cabbage Plants And anything else you want in the flowering or vegetable plant line at the Lancaster Greenhouse We have a number of good surries buggies and road wagons a Romans Elmore The bargains offered in shoes by the Langdon Creasey Co are crowding their store and seem please all Dont miss this sale To make old look new use TJapalac in all oak ivory oxblood cherry green and black in cans 25c and up at Thompsons ap182t Ladies we defy all competitors to show you a nicer or better selected stock of parasols 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 Bank Stock fur Sale I will sell privately for cash four teen shares of stock in the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster If not sold 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 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 of having an assortment to select from W W WithersStanford Methodist Services There will be preaching at the Methodist church 4th Sunday morn ing by the pastor No preaching at night The 3rd Quarterly meeting will be held at McKendree 4th Sun day Preaching at 3 p m and 7 p m Rev J 0 A Vaught of Danville will do the preaching Danville Murderer Caught Reuben Quinn the negro who policeman Crum at Danville last week was captured at Ludlovv Saturday morning while stealing a ride on a freight train Quinn after firing the fatal shots went out through the Otter addition and left town go ing via Camp Nelson through Nich olasville to Lexington there boarding the train When captured he made no resistance and confessed the crime He was brought back to Danville and on promise of the officers that a speedy trial be given no mob violence was to although there was strong talk of lynching him Circuit court convened Monday and an indictment for murder was promptly returned The case was set for yesterday morn ing and will doubtless be pushed with vigor The belief that others con spired to bring about the death of Crum led many to believe Quinn would tell all if given time to think over the matter Quinn says the officer came into his blind tiger and after placing him under arrest took hold of him The Advocate quotes Qunin as saying At this we got into a scuffle and be fore I knew what I was doing I drew my pistol and shot him in the breast As he fell he turned around and Ishot him in the back before he struck the floor The killing of the officer by the ne gro jointkeeper has caused the great est indignation among the people of not only Danville but all central Ken tucky and the public will not feel satisfied until Quinn dangles at the ropes end LATER The entire time was con sumed yesterday in trying to get a jury A great number of men were called but all had both formed and expressed an opinion which of course disqualified them A telephone mes sage from there this morning says it is believed the jury will be secured by dinner time As there is only one witness the defendant it will not take long to dispose of the case and a verdict of death Is sure to be found bet dew secondhand aetons r m A Rush to colorswalnut mahogany advantages murdered resorted Joseph furniture s Taffeta silks all colors at apple butter 7c at Grocery J Call and see our bargain counter Blue Grass Swellest line of Shirts in town from 25c up Ward Sympson Lace Striped Hose for Ladies Polka Dots for Gentlemen Yard Sympson The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and see sam pIes We have just received a new line of Mattings this week The Logan Dry Goods Co Always on top in quantity quality and at the bottom in T Curreyl Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply to II A B Marksbury and Son I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey A full line of the latest styles offine shoes are offered by Langdon Creasey Co at prices that live and let live Call and examine them Langdon Creasey you need letter heads envelopes statements or any other printing give TUB RECORD office a show at it If you are not perfectly satisfied it will cost you nothing Wheat Wanted H A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf Attention School Children We will pay 8100 for the best of a black cat Must be ten or more contestants See our card in show windowThe Logan Dry Goods Co Odd Fellows To Celebrate The local lodge I O O F will the 82nd anniversary of the in great shape in this city on Apr 26 The lodge will repair to the Christian church in a body where addresses will be made by Eid Allen R Moore Rev L Robinson and others while a program of delightful music will be given by the best local talent After the exercises at the church the members their wives and sweethearts will go to the New Garrard where Mine Host Long will serve an elegant banquet The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra will furnish music during this and it will be an occasion long to be remembered The various are hard at work making and it is believed the occasion will be one of the most elaborate and enjoyable ever given in Lancaster The program will be published in full in next issue of TIlE RECORD We wish to say here that it is very for all members of the lodge to be on hand next Monday night as business of great importance will be transacted About New Trains As stated in last issue Messrs Jno M Farra and Louis Landram are working on a plan to get a better train service over the L and N through this city Last week they made a trip to Richmond and Lexington where the plan was laid before several citizens and the plan met with their hearty approval Col J Stone Walker and Hon Jerry Sullivan agreed to lend all possible assistance and go with the committee to if necessary to see the officials The plan proposed will work great good for Richmond and also for and Messrs Farra and Lan dram went to the latter city where the Chamber of Commerce was of the plan and its members quickly took to the change The and secretary of thatinstitution Col Hathaway and Mr Jouett Shouse agreed to take the matter in charge at that end of the line THE RECORD is not prepared to make public all the plans to be asked for but we will say that if it goes through it will give the people along this branch of the N a throughcar line to both Louisville and Cincinnati without de lay or change in day time in addition to the present excellent service by the night trains It will give splendid day connections to Lexington and Frankfort and firstclass service to Livingston Middlesboro and the south It will be of especially great benefit to Livingston as it give them four connections daily to in other words eight ways to and from Cincinnati The matter will bfc laid before the L and N people and If necessary a from the towns to be benefitted will go to Louisville to work for titimprovement We hope to be able to give encouraging reports of the plan in next issue The people at Paint Lick Lowell Hiattsville Point Leav ell and all along the line will be given all these anvantages as the new trains will make all stops delivering mail and express s can Blue- Grass Groc prices picture celebrate order committees arrangements important prominent Louisville Lexington apprised president Land afforded Will Cincinnati committee t Joserh 3lb CoIf bushels Friday to- go d Seed potatoes Curreys kinds Wash silks for all at Josephs J Try our fine Rio Oiffee at 12Jc lb Blue Grass Grocery Sunday excursions Queen Cres cedt Route to Cincinnati Season opens April 21st Our 50c shirts are as good as any shirts you will buy in Lancaster at 75 cents H T Logan Only 125 from all points Junction City and Lexington and Queen Crescent Cincinnati excur sion Sunday April 21st When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are us ing it Miner Son 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 Clarence Woods has accepted the call to become a candidate for mayor of Richmond card has the right ring to it and the chances are that he will be given no opposition 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 Announcement I wish to announce to the public that I am now able to do all kinds of sewing either at my home or for fam families I have a nice unfurnished room for rent Lena Bright Strange but True The greatest requsite for advance ment is to be fitted for the place above you Many a young man has failed of promotion because he was not fitted for the opening when it came and had not tried to see how much good he could do for his but how Lee Davis Back in The His many friends are delighted to know that Mr R Lee Davis has again taken up the gray goose quill and is at work on the Richmond Climax Bro Davis is one of the best writers in the state and the press boys are glad to welcome him back to the fold otiall at T employer littleSuccess i shirtwaists co- ors C fo his Sheeting C harness 1 Ginger Snap 5c lb at Blue Grass Grocery A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Currey Perfection for boysaml II T Logan See our Mens all wool suits at S500 better ones at 750 II T Logan Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Our S12 and 15 suits for men are the nobbiest ever shown in Lancaster We have the Persian trimming for dresses and all styles of beltsJ Dont pay high prices for shoes when you can save money by calling and the Langdon Creasey Co We have a charming stock of ging hams percales penangs chambry and calicoes You must see them to prop erly appreciate them J Joseph 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 Are you using Wards flour If not you are missing one of tte pleasures of life Your grocer keeps it the names White Swan and Gilt Edge Bates the Miller J Joseph has returned from the where he completed his stocks of spring and summer goods and now has the best selected lines in Central Come and let us convince you of the fact 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 I The Q Jt C Leased The trustees of the Cincinnati Southern railroad have accepted the proposition of President Samuel Spen cer of the Southern and have agreed to the renewal of the lease of the road by the latter company The survey ors are continuing their work on the BurginJellico extension however More Local on page 3 sUits children Loganr I cities Kentucky I ate Remember Surries Buggies Phaetons Road Wagons BOTTOM PRICES J L UI11III J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors I 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 OOCoooooc I SPRING STYLES IN IX o ooOoo k i I I expert mechanics tnat 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 are sold for 35O Some special imported stocks for 400 See our window of WalkOver Shoes Walk- Overs 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 y H T LOGANI L OOOOOC OOOCOO 5 1f JH 1 CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky April 18 1901 IF political matters are as quiet in all counties as they are in Garrard the old floater is on short grazing and those who have business to attend escaping much annoyance The democrats have nominated a ticket but the republicans have not decided upon who they will put in the field have been a Godsend to the county if both parties had gotten to gether and divided the offices equally thus ayoiding much confusion and ex citement and giving the people a much better administration of affairs When the officers arc divided there is no chance for rascality as each will watch the other hoping to find sour thing to spring at the next election While the affairs in Garrard county have always been looked after honest ly and carefully yet 4t will not hurt an honest man to watch him and moreover an honest man will not ob ject to being watched THE RECORD arises to congratulate our sister city Danville upon the ac tion of her citizens in refusing to re sort to mob violence in the Crumm murder While hanging was the remedy in the case yet it is a good idea to show evil doers that juries sometimes decide to hang murderers So many redhanded criminals are turned loose on communities that the first thought entering the head is that if left to the courts and juries the case will be worn out and the escape by serving a few years in the penitentiary A good hanging has the effect to throw a damper over the pistol users and its a great pity indeed that more murderers are not dangled at a ropes end The people of Danville are to be congratulated on their coolheadednessand Judge Sauf ley and Commonwealth Attorney Owsley deserve great praise for the speedy disposition of the case Two Havana editors have been sent to prison for thirty and sixty days for publishing a libelous article regarding Captain Lucien Young Captain of the Port If these poor newspaper men stretched the blanket like Capt Young used to do when in Lancaster they certainly light punishment for the crimes Our older citizens remember well how the festive Lucien would tank up on Garrard countys best stick his feet on a table open his head and send a dumb chill thro the crowd by his yarns He ought to lemember the fact that charity begins at home A circular announces for sale the plant of the defunct Louisville and A Great Bargain is We had little use for the when it was first thrust on a suffering public and our contempt grew as the paper advanced in years It was started to run the noble old CourierJournal off the roost but the gnawing of the file soon cut its teeth to the gums and its wailings of recent months have been pitiful to hear The starting of the Dispatch like all other spite work ended disastrously to those in charge thereof MANY newspapers in the state are offering prizes in guessing contests the rewards running from a years subscription to a house and lot It looks to a man up a tree like this plan is entirely too much sugar for a cent but we hope the boys will reap many dollars by the venture By the time we send a paper twelve months for only one dollar there is not enough margin left to buy a ham sandwich MILTON F CONLEY editor of the Big Sandy News purchased an in the Ashland Daily and will be one of the editors of that paper Mr Conley is one of the best newspaper men in the state and no one is more highly esteemed by the members of the fraternity THERE CORD joins the brethren of the quill in wishing him unbounded success THERE is a man in Missouri who is such a liar that the physicians never look at his tongue when he is ill as they know that they cant believe anything that it might say or The report does not say so but it is at once understood that the fel A PHYSICIAN in New York suicide because one of his patients died When death overtakes the sick it is always because the doctor was not sent for in time to raise him from his bed and we presume this is the one exception since doctors were invented UP in Richmond some ladies gave a horror party each bringing she most despised It is a strange fact that only one brought her husband the rest making the of bringing mice The Best Blood Purifier is constantly being puri fied by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep these organs in a healthy 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 domore good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier Price 25 cents Sam pIes free at McRoberts drug store t le is Itwould criminal respectively received Dispatch offered Dispatch interest Independent indicate politiciancommit- ted t Theblood condition J S tare only tithing intake a i 0 ss I BRYANTSVTLLE Mr J X Dunn our hustling is erecting an addition to his res idence which will add to its appear ance much Willis Royce of Nicholasville is spending several days with his sister Mrs Frank Ball Charles Welch of Nicholasville was here on business last week Wesley Walker and wife of Teatersville and T M Arnold and wife of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday at Roy Arnolds Nannie Ball and Berta Hamm of Bourne spent a few days last week with Miss Florence Dunn here next Sunday morning and night by the pastor Marie Dunn and Mrs S B Welch returned home Friday after a visit with her daughter Mrs Hallie Deatherage of Richmond Mrs Dr Armstrong re turned Sunday from a visit with at Wilinore She was home by her mother who will spend some time here Miss Kate Ison has a very severe case of also Mrs Fannie Bryant is very low with pneumonia Rev and wife of Lancaster spent a part of last week with the family of Jerome Sparks Chas Jennings and wife and Joe Haselden of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs A S Haselden Miss Lucretia Skinner who is teaching at the Jenkins school house yisited her parents at Beuna Vista from Friday till Monday PltEACHEIlSYILLE John Cress had a nice calf to die last week J C Fox bought two mules from B F Ledford for 90 J P Rogers sold a pair of work mules to Sol Eigsby for 8175 J M Cress bought a and calf from D M Anderson for S35 J F Cook bought a nice yearling mule from Mrs Johnson for 50 W C Rigney who returned home from Lebanon Ohio school sick is not doing much good J C McKee was at London first of the week Miss Allie White was visiting Mrs F F Cummins Sunday Prof McKee sold W A Beazley a bill of lumber to make an extensive addition to his hotel building at Crab Orchard TEATERSVILLE Alex Walker bought of John Har din his combined mare for 875 Mr Alex Simpson had the to lose another calf and a fine A Arnold from Hiattsville has been canvassing this place soliciting orders for wall paper Mr John Hill has completed taking the census for Teatersville district and reports an increase from lastyear having an enrollment of fiftynine Mr Webster from Walton been in our midst He had a grapho phone with him which was a source of much pleasure to those who had the pleasure of hearing the beautiful music Messrs Roy and Ed Arnold from guests at LeeBrovvns Sunday The happiest young man in our village is Ollie Bogie over two goats his father recently bought for him Miss Bettie Broaddus from Round Hill is the guest of friends here E J Ray and family were the guests of Wilson Warders family near Saunders Ferry on Sunday Mr and Mrs Wesley Walker have from a visit to the latters at Bryantsville Boyle Doty from Paint Lick has been the guest of relatives at this place Miss Polly Traylor who recently visited Mrs Jasper Bogie will represent Stanford- in the contest there Mr and Mrs Alex Walker entertained a few friends in honor of Misses Hardin previous to their departure for Illinois Brown is convalescent after a attack of pneumonia Miss Minnie Pherigo has returned to her home a pleasant visit to the Misses San didge Miss Minnie Broaddus who is now in school at Midway has been given the school for the full term on Paint Lick She is quite a bright young lady and deserves the success which she is sure to attain MT HEBRON Mrs Lucy Montgomery is on the sick list J B Bourne purchased a new buggy for his son Ernest last week Mr Scott and Miss Lillie Huffman are very low with pneumonia Rev Benj Urton of will preach for us the fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month Let all him by giving him a large Miss Jennie Lou Rogers who has been the charming guest of Miss A E Scott returned to her home ford Sunday Miss Leeola Scott Friday from a long visit with relatives in Sessamine county Mrs Elisha Forbes and wife of McCreary visted relatives in this vicinity from Saturday until Monday You 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 digested Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the result of years of scientific re search for something that would not only some elements of food kind And it is the one remedy that will do it FJP Frisbie very Misses Preaching ple sant relatives accompanied diphtheria Robinson cow J C misfortune horseJ pupils Ind has were returned parents Johnnie mild after Wil ore welcome audience in tan returned starving properly digest butevery merchant will 5r PAINT LICK Our farmers are all busy planting corn Guy Rice sold a family horse to Wm Royston for 01 The little eight months old child of Mr Ben Gay died on the 14th with brain fever Wm Todd sold to A B Estridge and Jack Adams 800 bushels of wheat at 71 cents per bushel D C Pullins cant begin to fill the orders for his patent bee hive He will have to enlarge his factory Rev C S Youngpastor of New Hope church preached at Leaf Sunday and organized a Sunday school Rice and Turpin of Richmond the contract to build the bank they will put on a large force of hands and will push the job through- A gentleman came from Lancaster here one day last week to buy his seed potatoes He says he can save thirty cents on the bushel by buying them Peggie Ralston mother of Tno and William Raltson died on the 14th in her 84th year Her remains were followed to Richmond by a large con course of relatives and friends and there placed to rest Dr Sadling the wellknown eastern Kentucky surgeon and physicianpass ed through here a few days ago on his way to Kingston to see a patient he called on his former friend Henry Moore The doctor is now located in and Garrard county had a few more men like Louis Lan dram to puli for the railroads and enterprises that would benefit the county and town they would get any thing they wanted lIe does more for the building up of the town than any three men in it and gets less for it BETTIS Wheat has come out considerably in this locality and is looking well Biff Bourne bought of Art h ur Thompson a combined mare for The farmers are waiting for it to clear up so they can plant their corn Speak and Adams saw mill is again after being stopped few days Mr Wesley Walker and wife of Teatersville visited Thomps Arnold and wife Friday W S Bettis and Robert Hamilton attended court at Danville Monday and reported a large crowd Mrs Susan Bourne received word from Indiana of her sisterinlaw Mrs Kittie Bourne an aged lady who received an accident by a fall and is said to be in a critical condition R C Hamilton has bought the Bert Ball farm for 82200 and will move at once Adams has rented of Price Bourne his house and Price B will move to his house recently of Miss Jennie Pollard Moving selling and buying seems to be the rage at Bettis Robert Bettis having sold his interest in his farm brother W S Bettis at per acre he having bought Robert Ham iltons farm known as the Joe Bland farm will move to it MARKSBDRY A number of our farmers attended court at Danville Monday Mr James Aldridge of Hiattsville is spending a few days with friends hereMiss Carrie Durham entertained a number of lady friends at a delightful dinner Friday Joe several barrels of corn Durham at per barrel Miss Ruth Aldridge has been quite sick the past week Mr and Mrs Lee Riker Van Arsdall of Harrods burg spent a few days last week with N H Bogie and wife Leslie son attended the Missionary Party at Lancaster Friday night The friends of Mr Nixon Perkins were glad to hear that he was able to drive out a few days ago Mr Banks Hud son has raised such a large crop of hemp on H D Aldridge farm that he has had to erect a shanty and import hands from Woodford Jessamine and Lancaster before he can get the hemp broken out BOURNE Whooping cough is raging in this vicinity The farmers of this section have begun sowing hemp W C Turner sold to J E Sherrow four nice shoats for 775 Mrs Lizzie Allen had a valuable horse to die last week 26 years old Mr and Mrs Wm Sherrow visited Mr and Mrs J E Sherrow Sunday J T Upton of Faulker Station visited his sister Mrs Job Marsee Saturday night and Sunday Miss Lillie is very low with pneumonia at this writing Mrs Susie Pardee of Colesburg visited Mrs J B Bourne last week Uncle Harvey Warren is on the sick list I have been troubled wifo for ten years have tried many things and spent much money to no purpose until tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all other medicines taken 1 reel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty years Anderson Eiggs of Sunny Lane Tex Thousands have testified as did Mr Biggs FPvFrisbie evening hereMrs LancasterIf other 50 running for a purchased 100 3200 immediately Hendrickson sold toGeorge 250 And r many o Huffman indigestion I there received lose this j o RUBBLE Jno Underwood sold a calf to CP Un derwood last week Luther Underwood shipped 20 of seed corn to J C Young in Miss Lucy Miller has returned to Lexington where she is in school spending a few days with her mother Mrs Bettie Miller Joe IIoltz claw returned to his home in Missispi He came here to attend the funeral of his son Frank Misses Jennie and Daisy McQuire spent Sunday with Miss Kate F McGuire of Lancaster visited Scott McGuire last week Mrs Kate Underwood J W Bourne and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Maria Underwood Mrs Amanda Rigney spent Tuesday with Mrs Jas McKechine Walter Mulkey of is visiting friends here KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Conditions Etc April I 1901 The crop reports received by Com missioner of Agriculture Nail from all sections of the State show that the weather for the greater part of March was favorable for spring plowing al though the temperature was too low to allow much corn to be planted along the southern border Farm work has generally progressed well throughout Kentuckyand a few warm days will set the corn planters to work The general conditions on April 1 were much better than they were a month ago and the wheat crop has proved up from GS to 798 a gain of 12 points The indications are for of a crop Rye has made a gain of 11 points during the month while barley has shown up much better recently The reports also show a satis factory condition of live stock The number of swine reported are 76 as compared with 78 last month This is due to high price and dorr o sell off close to get the benefit of It have not had 8610 quoted for this class of stocks for son years Horses and mules are reporUd at 87 as compared with last year The fruit prospect is fine and diminishes the chance of destruc tion by frost Strawberries are re ported at 75 and small fruits at 95 Potatoes this year will be very plenti ful and from present prospects crop will reach 100 In the Bluegrass section the clover and bluegrass have been almost ruin ed by the white grub worm The nest Remedy for Rheumatism Quick relief for pain All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism arc delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attackof rheu 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 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 by R E McRoberts druggist It takes an artist to mix a cocktail and a few cocktails will sometimes mix an artist Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove all impurities from your system cleanse your bowels make them regular F Liquor has a peculiar way of getting the best of a fellow after he gets it downIf 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 passion for fancy drinks does not denote a love for the beautiful 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 Neither Ajax nor any other man ever defied Jersey lightning with im punity Spring coughs are especially dan gerous and unless cured at once seri ous results often follow One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not a common mixture but is a high grade remedy F P Frisbie The Sunday law and the sidedoor makes fifteen cent whisky out of the five cent article Skin troubles cuts burns scalds and chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be sure get DeWitts F One way to prevent hiccough is to abstain from going out between the acts I had piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried De Witts Witch Hazel Salve After us ing it once I forgot I ever had any thing like Piles E C Boice Somers Point N Y Look out for imitations Be sure you ask for DeWitts F P Frisbie When liquor goes to a mans it usually finds itself in a lonesome place 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 excellent remedy Manatawney Pa F P Frisbie Oklahoma MillerS Lexington except four fifths Farmers fife D Chamberlains recommended P Frisbie P Frisbie P Frisbie head T K Houseman bushels after very everyday you that a ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY The tow price at which Arbuckles famous f roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article i Full information with each package Save the signatures A r 19 OHITUAKY In loving remembrance of Mrs Eliza Maret Moberly who died Feb ruary 16 IDOl In the gray dawn of the morning she went away from us We could not see the angel hand that clasped the busy fingers that had never ceased their unselfish and loving labors for could not hear the Heavenly voice that whispered Come but she felt the clasp and heard the word and passed through the Beautiful Gate into happiness forever while we wept for the pain of parting It is written Eye hath not seen nor ear I heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath prepared for them that love him Then how great must have been her joy when Heavens bright and showing glories burst upon her and she met again the dear ones God had long since called And how vam it is for us to think of her as dead when she is in the midst of life eternal Teach us Lord to think of her still the same we pray she is not is just away HER CHILDREN i The man who smiles and smiles is liable to see snakes if he doesnt quit Osgood Mo Oct 28 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill have used Syrup 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 Dr For sale by R E McRoberts druggist They USE the BEST ZIMMER uses WARDS FLOUR and the fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou 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 bet ter flour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller uswe I I I I deadshe GentlemenI Pepsin T Jones I I the BAKER I II i I I I Cot I I 1 1 II to o respectfully o oaooMoooooaooacwaooooooo ooodoooes I1 00oo Na sI- r Y Dont Believe the FALSEHOODS Told you by 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 bestin the world from any brand of teeth you may want Each set of teeth guaranteed and will give you a new set if any shows in five years I am the only dentist in Richmond who owns his office Reference 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 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 the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all otherresultsof imperfect digestion PraMrt by E frtfeWlTT ACQ Cfelc 0 defect Richmond Kodol organs Book Orchard Nursery reconstructing WSee1LecoiaiBit1- 1a11t e i h t d JOHN Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended T TOHNSTON9 Engineering and f Season IDOl EAGLE BIRD SADDLE STAILIOX Is a seal 1C hands high heavy mane and tail tie tat EAGLE Winner of 40 Blue Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking yonr marts lie will make the season at Thos L Banghmans place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to taie a LiraE Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Baughman Danville Ky Happy Jack Will make the present season at my house 2 miles from Lancaster on the new DamHie pike at for a Horse Colt and 8 for a Mare Colt lIe is known as the black Bnrton Jack sire of a number of 75 and i5colts last year This is a black jack three years old in August I5ji Lands high sired by Tom and out of a Jenuet by Stonewall Jackson he by Humes Alvardo he by Im ported Alrnrado Stonewall Jacksons dam was by J 8 Irvina Mogul he by Compromise he by TIppecanoe he by Black Hawk he by Imported Warrior- A lieu retained on all colts for the season fee Money due when the mare is parted with or bred to other stock without our con sent Will give personal attention to mares bnt not responsible for accidents R C Hamilton Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HERNDON tf Assignee Eagle Bird brown Sired by KING 7 beautIfml Young each- I desiring l present neighborhood 1 Goto NOEL SISTERS anti get one ofthose stylish READY TO WEAR HATS They are showing NOBBIEST LINE IN TOWN Prices ranging from 50c to 200 They have an elegant line of Trimmed Hats Misses Hats a specialty also y J w 1 V Where the Home Bev Batterton of Danville was in town Tuesday Miss Susie Speak visited relatives in this city Sunday Mrs J W Elmore is in Richmond visiting relatives Mrs Pollard has recovered from a severe illness Miss Leila Ward is quite sick hav ing suffered a relapse Mrs T S Boyd and baby have been visiting relatives in this city Mr Xevius of Stanford is visiting her daughter Mrs Lizzie Dillon Mrs Durham of Middleburg is vis iting her daughter Mrs J S Wesley Mrs Richard Fox of Richmond is expected this week to visit relatives Mrs John Greenleaf of Richmond is the guest of Mrs Emma Kauffman Miss Bettie West entertained a few friends at crokinole Monday evening Mrs Fannie Farra leaves Monday for a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Tevis Carpenter is the ming guest of Miss Christine Bradley Richmond Register Mr W E Ray of Lancaster was in the city Sunday Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a visit to N1cholasvillc and Lexing tonMrs James Locke and baby returned Saturday to their home in Barbour villeThe crokinole club will be enter tained Thursday evening by Mr and Mrs R L Elkin Misses Sallie and Mattie Elkin were in Lexington to hear Joe Jefferson in The Rivals Barrack Foley of Lexington is vis iting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Danville Avenue Judge M D Hughes has been from a case of commonly called grip Miss Florence Harris will return tc day from a delightful visit to rela tires in Eldorado Ark Attorney W I Williams attended court in Richmond this week lie has some important business up there A very enjoyable hop was given Tuesday evening at the Mason Hotel in honor of Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford IIarrodsburg Sal lie Lou Myers of Lancaster is the guest of her cousin Miss Susan Bixler on Poplar street Leslie D Herndon who has a good job at Straight Creek coal mines was in town Sunday Les is working hard and making money Miss Mary Gill has returned from a pleasant visit to her sisters Misses Martha and Helen who arc attending school at Oxford Ohio Hon J Proctor Knott of Danville has been appointed a delegate to the National Civic Confederation to in Buffalo in May The Baptist Ladies Helping Hand will meet with Mrs James Pumphrey afternoon at 2 oclock All come important business PEOPLE Have Visited henflewendways DemocratMiss beheld p44d444444444444Q Q- d4444444444vb444d ff Sam i k chary fi suffering y R r 1 I I Saturday When sending communications to a printing office please write upon only one side of the paper Using both causes all kinds of cuss words Another boy baby has arrived at Mr and Mrs R G Wards Mr W says this little fellow is a bass singer and his quartett is now complete Send in your personals and receive our thanks and best wishes Well never know you have visitors or go away if you keep as mum as an oyster Mrs J H Dunn who has been quite ill is much better She is being nursed by Miss Susie Speake who is recom mended as an expert at the profession Mrs W T Browning of Lexington wis called to the bedside of her sister Miss Bettie Anderson who was ill of rheumatism but is reported some bet terMisses Nell and Sue Whitley Mur phy of Hustonville have been visit ing here Miss Bessie Batson accom panied them home for a few days visitMrs Nannie McWhorter of Ver sallies and Miss Sallie Dudderar of Rowland have been visiting their aunt Mrs J H Ball on Richmond StreetMiss Mattie Thompson entertained the Maids and Matrons Sewing Club Tuesday evening at an original poem party Miss Lizzie Brown will be hos tess next Tuesday afternoon J M Farra and Louis Landram spent several hours in Nicholasville Saturday It was what some call a flying trip as we had to hustle to get to Lexington Livingston Colonel Will Ward was out from Lancaster yesterday looking after business interests While here he was the guest of his brother Hon Sam Ward and his sister Mrs John MageeMiss Elanor Bacon of Lexington who will be remembered as the guest of Mrs W R Cook was married in that city last week to Mr Ethelbert Pearson also of Lex ingtonLexington Herald Miss Allie of Lancaster is in the city spending a few days with relatives She came to attend the BaronPearson wedding Mr J H Yeager of is the guest of Mrs R P Adams for a few days Next week Kev George C Lorimer of Boston will dedicate the Baptist church at Harrodsburg The follow ing will attend Rev Mr Wolford and wife Misses Bane and Knapp West Mr H A B Marksbury wife and daughters Misses Altie and Bessie Shelby G G returned Sunday evening from Louisville where he had been for sev eral days under the treatment of for what was believed to be appendicitis His legion of friends will rejoice to know that all danger is past IIe is still quite weak but able to be at his office at brief intervals Lexington Ada Early is entertaining a house party of young people for a few days at her home on the Maysville road Her guests are Misses Gaines of Danville Virginia Turley of Frankfort Messrs Sulphre Hughes and Lewis West of CL Wheeler of Versailles and J M Wigglesworth J correspondents attractive Anderson Lancaster SentinelHon Gilbert physicians HeraldMiss Lancaster We Handle EVERYTHING U ED in P INTIIG Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town We nave a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof Paint Wood Filler Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var nishes Putty Etc and it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE tom D 0 D D j p k D 0- p 1 Hard J ll r I1 Sand Pafier j L a Miss Allen Alexander of Burksville Ky is visiting Mrs Ert Allen Mayor Robt Kinnaird accompanied Messrs Farra and Landram as far as Richmond Friday to work on the rail road change The Old Fessor is alright and can always be counted Mr W I Williams who was in Rich mond on legal business also us and put in some timely words Mr L R Hilton of Hillsboro 0 was in town this week representing the famous G G Green remedies and closed a contract to advertise them in this paper Mr Hilton is a member of the Hillsboro Presbyterian church of which Rev Henry N Faulconer a former Lancaster man has charge He said the people were delighted with Mr Faulconer and would not give him up under any consideration Lancaster friends who are legion will be glad to know that Parson is sue ceeding so well in his new home ADDITIONAL LOCAL Stray Colts Chief of Police S D Turner took up two colts in town Saturday and placed them in the stray pen One is a bay two year old filly and the other- a black yearling horse Owner can get same by paying expenses Take Notice As I have sold my livery stable it is important that you call at once and pay your account with me as all this business must be closed without This notice is intended for all who are on my books W B Burton 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 A Public Spirited Citizen Mr A II Bastm who is always rea dy to show his interest in any enter prise for the benefit of the town has kindly offered to give the receipts of the telephone system of the county for next Saturday toward the building of the Methodist parsonage 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 Stone Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or rights for sale 44tf Think About This We are here to stay All we have is located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesome haircut Certainly not Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan the old reliable tf 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 A Mikeabee Elkin of Stanford one of the cleverest as well as one of the best hustlers in Kentucky was elected state commander at the meeting of iMaccabees in Louisville Mike has been quite successful in showing many people the advantages of that order and THE RECORD sends to the Stanford man Ed Knows Eui The Stanford Journal has an Item in its church column last issue The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association will hang up 125000 at its meeting this Walton keeps well posted on men and matters and doubtless knows the proneness of many old frontpew shams who play the ponies and who want to keep up in such matters Laundry and Canning Factory- A gentleman from Louisville who has ample means is thinking serious ly of establishing a steam laundry and canning factory in this city He now has much money invested here and says he is satisfied that the above named enterprises will pay well If a few business men canspare the time and encourage this move it will doubtless be a success Grand Opera Cincinnati Low rates via Queen and Route April 19 and 20th account Metropolitan Opera Co Famous Ar tists such as Melba Nordica Jean and Eduard De Reske Schu mannHeink in reportoire that in cludes Die Walkure Lucia di Lam mermoor and Cavelleria Rusticana in three performances Friday and April 19th and 20th agents for particulars Tickets on sale from all points as far south as Moreland Praise for The Record THE RECORD duly appreciates the following kind words which the brothers see proper to say of us Nicholasville Journal The Lancas ter Record one of our most valued ex changes has entered its twelfth year Landram has striven hard to make his paper a success and done more for the business interests of Lancaster than otherI one man He is certainly deserving of the support of people I Cynthiana Democrat That excel lent newspaper the Lancaster Record I has of eleven years and Louis Landram is now old to be a Buffalo Keep the change I upon to help secure improvements territory tailoring congratulations saying year Bro and Mme I I I Saturday Ask I I I I J I accompanied delay Hah Crescent ticket h Pennies Hard OK Preachers An officer in one of the churches of town or county we say not told us that since the pennies have become common the contributions on Sunday are largely composed of coppers and that it makes a vast difference in the Sunday collections He thought that be a good scheme to call out the name of contributors and the amount of his contribution can be shown in this way as well as any other and the person who would lead his hearers to think that he was giving when he only cast in a penny was a vile hypocrite and the Lord would so reward him The Worst In the Lot We have heard of stingy men men that will steal bungholes and then beg a cooper to make them a barrel around it free of charge we have read of a milkman who would skim the milk on top and then turn the bottom upward and skim the milk at the bottom of a man in Texas who had a wart on the back of his neck was too stingy to buy a collar button and used the wart for that purpose but such are liberalhearted men with those who will pick up possible and impossible objection to a paper and then go around and swipe their neighbors paper and cuss it to boot Subscribers who have paid their money and are bona fide can help this enterprise a great deal by closing their free reading rooms We appreciate sample copies being read but what we object to is the man who abuses our paper and then commits petit larceny to get Cabin News About the Southern Lexington Democrat Maps are be ing distributed showing the Southern Railway system and the connection which President Spencer has said it will build between Burgin and Jellico to make it independent of the Cin cinnati Southern should it fail to se cure a renewal of the lease In this event the Southern Railway would make Louisville instead of its gateway to the South and its mileage would be increased about 160 miles according to the estimate of a prominent Q C official The from Cincinnati to Chattanooga over the Cincinnati Southern is 336 miles Over the route which the Southern proposes to follow should its present lease be renewed the distance would be as follows Cincinnati to Louisville over the B O S W 131 miles Louisville to Burgin 89 miles Burgin to Jellico over the new connection 100 miles Jel lico to Chattanooga 176 496 The survey between Burgin and Jellico is said to have been completed but no local railroad man has accurate information as to the length of the line The official quoted estimates it at 100 miles To the Citizens or Lancaster It appears almost certain that we will have not less than three contestants in the Blue Graded School Tournament which meets here May 23 24 and 25th These contestants will represent nearly all the Graded Schools in Central It has always been the custom for the town in which the Tournament is held to offer free entertainment to contestantsNow of the faculty the trustees and patrons of the Graded School and the friends of education in general I call upon you to open your homes for the entertainment of these pupils They will be here for cnly two days and will be The citizens of Lancaster are famous for their hospitality You were in offering prizes for the Tournament you must sustain your enviable name in pupils during the Tournament It will require the families in Lan caster to provide homes for not less than two to four pupils each The meeting of the Tournament in will be a great incentive to the progress of our pupilsl as they will come in contact with the most ener getic body of pupils in Kentucky The contesting schools will none but the best from their schools Feeling assured that you will comply to this appeal I am Respectfully J H Patterson G S T itmight Hypocrisy bucket compared every subscribers itLog Cincinnati distance proposed milestotal now hundred Grass Kentucky entertained ma entertaining Lancaster V Gazette tread f o ly N6WS The surrender of many more Full pinos is announce- dIt is stated Turkey has raised a loan of 1000000 to pay the Cramps and Krupps An Ohio steel company wasawarded a contract to furnish over 100000 worth of rails and fish plates for the municipal street railway of Glasgow ScotlandFloods are doing great damage in KansasThe captured eighty prison ers near De Wetsdorp Two Chinese steamers collided and seventy Chinese were drowned- A fishing steamer foundered in the North Sea and eleven lives were lost Several railroad wrecks occurred during a blinding snow storm in Colo rado John B Rogers was appointed a Commissioner at Lexington by Mayor Duncan Jerome S France an employe of the Philadelphia post office was ar rested for rifling the mails Capt Lucien Young sent two Jour nalists to prison at Havana because they published an article saying that he had lied Aubrey Johnson aged nine years died in great agony at Charlestown Ind from the lodging of a grain of corn in his windpipe All departments except one in the Ashley car shops of the Central Rail road of New Jersey are idle Over 650 men are on strike A Washington dispatch says active negotiations are in progress between the United States and Great Britain relative to the Isthmian Canal treaty 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 matyr to bronchitis for ever six years being most of the time confined te her bed She is quite well Sold by R E McRoberts druggist ONLY 1 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 comfort because 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 thatitwould stand in a 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 exactly All the 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 C r O Ie OOOH FOR farkeep aboutIsnt WEARSbe pointsand courseand Pricesanywhere oos scooo aed GENE ATE aooaooaaaeaooooo40 Police MEN o And a New Stock of NEW F2RM Buggies Surriess ETC We have the largest and most complete line or Buggies Surries Phaetons and Buckboards ever in Lancaster We have in stock the wellknown and high grade Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co 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 arid terms Come see our large stock and low prices We are Headquarters for Harness Romans Elmore v Lancaster Ky A BUCKBOARDS Woodhulland s y WE SELL Ready Mixed Paint and Guarantee It Money refunded or house repaint ed if purchaser is not satisfied R E McROBERTS Druggist CHANGE IN THE FIRM I il3III f 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 JT O H rc B STOUTKENTUCKY NOW READY IWe are back from the markets and are prepared to show ray Handsomest Millinery p- In Central Kentucky P We have had much experience in buying and know l how to select the newest and prettiest patterns and also how to buy them at the right prices See our ll goods before buying elsewhere fcj SALLIE D Has Arrived j Several cities and towns have been jl greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS jHave your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD 1 WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line ofIMPORTED WALL PAPER ever shown in this 393 fcion from the cheapest to the most expensive made We have in our employ Expert We also have a full line ofPaints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wird Deutch Gesprochen X G BANZHAF Clerk I I IDANVILLE r rtJIIiIJI I r I nnnmm mrThe Time For TORNADOES I iU1U 1U l U J jJllJUU 1 iU jR atthe moo IE the- o IE l TILL ETT r r 1E rI i x miCAPITAL SURPLUS lie e eo LANCASTER JtJT ABDBMHY President JKO X 8TOBMB0 Vice President- S C DXXKY Cashier I P ROBINSOK Jk Asst Cashr B T EKBKY 9IRXCTOB8 JM Spllmu Bm7 JftO S atooMf W HJClaialrd Z4s I NATIONAL tO J 1 JlookJteepeJ Baa 1DCo Alex JL A ClloblalOa 50Nee r ORGANIZED 188S OFLAHOA1TE1JY Capital Surplus Fund 30000 10000 BUM HMD SOUGITKD LKWZI Y LXAYBLL- B 1 HUD80 W O Sienzr DIBBCTOB8 XMxn nAx Lswu T LBAVBK T 3f An ou x F HOMOS OUehlb8atAUeaUea J PrMfdeIa Vice weo BAIL- t ilasesapS Y HLSIIloraL Csebiee Auistsat Cuhrt- LD LJrALUS iiWWWNii Istrong Qi2d liesty is III endnopaini good me joy overcast by the shadow of the and comfort the expectant mother must If she used eMOTHERS FRIEND this would be all Tell yourfriends about it as a simple liniment for external use the muscles so that pain and suffering are unknown It wflllx sent by express paid on receipt of price bottleliood mailed free containing sensible advice to expectant mothers THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta of a in the pain disc 100oran be DrngJ sts Book Blether new arnvai s usu Gay V I will exchange some good and fresh cows forewes J G Siler For or three fine sows and pigs Also some good springer cows G A Swinebroad Corn is selling at 45c per bushel Mooresville community county Wool buyers are offering 20c for wool of this springs clip over at Mor tonsville Woodford county 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 If farmers would raise more and less tobacco they would have better ground and more money The man who is continually talking about luck in poultry raising has adopted the wrong calling lie should try the lottery business Success in any occupation does not depend on friend sends us the following of the Shelby sale in Lincoln Hogs sold at 5 per cwt horses 35 tc 105 bulls 835 to aped mules 35 to 90 heifer calf 1150 stock cattle 4c to 4ic corn S250 sheep 450 lambs thrown in Experienced fruit growers seem to think the greatest danger in the way of freezes is passed and that fruil prospects are very good Report have gone into the agricultural from all over the state to that ef demand for hogs continues very strong as is shown by the continued high prices Many thought that tin increasing stiffness in price would hogs into the market but as it ha not done so the presumption is in fa ror of continued high prices The wool market of the world is stronger and a tendency to continue rising is noticed Wool and dealers in all parts of the globe are fighting the indiscriminate use of lime and sulphur sheep dips At Lexington last county court day the mule market was as high as a cats back and few exchanges were made Fine mules were held at from 350 to a pair and the owners were not anxious to sell at those fig ures It has been demonstrated that the handsome bird known as the quail is very destructive to what is called the chinch bug The chinch bug is very destructive to the growing cerealsand the killing of the quail gives the chinch bugan opportunity therefore the man who kills the quail is an to his race and does harm by W A Hubbard of Fairbury Neb writes as follows in regard to hog lice I have read a great many different remedies for hog lice and would like to give the readers of your paper the benefit of my remedy which I have found to be a sure cure It is more than to give the hogs a good bed of millet hay If you will bed all the hogs with millet in two weeks time you cannot find a louse on your hogs Farmers and breeders give this a trial You will find it an sure remedy for the hog louse Ex Breeders of pure bred hogs say that they cannot keep up with the present demand from farmers who are to improve the quality of their Contagious BloodPoisonThere is nopoison so highly contagious so deceptive so Dont sure you are cured because all external signs ofthe disease have disappeared and doctor you are Many have been dosed with Mercury and Potash for months or pro nounced realize when too late that the disease was covered m driven from theIHco like break out again and to their sorrow and mortifi find those nearest and dearest to them have been infected by this disease for no other poison is so surely transmitted from parent to child as Often a bad case Rheumatism Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease midlifeProntlife for it remains smoldering in the tem forever and driven out in the beginning S S S is the only antidote virus the only remedy known that can over anditthat there is never a return of the disease to embarrass or humiliate afterwards cures Contagious any and all stages contains no to break down yourconstitution it is purely vegetable the blood fier that cleanses the blood and at the same time builds up the general health Our little book on contagious blood ever issued it not only tells all about this disease but how to cure yourself at home It is free and should the hands of everyone seeking a cure Send for itTHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA QA L s n n si IV I er SaleTwo potatoes luckA report 85 centers feetThe manufacturers 400 enemy ingEx U nothing inexpensive troublesome ambitious sonS curedto B Is surface to loathsome tract in early uof tile SSS is the most and springs I ru u poison in rtr 0d a a y a and no one G at tis lar lot of a be I e i droves Hogs comig to market now are much better in breed and quality than they were some years ago says the Chicago Drovers Journal but there is still room for improvement farmers are realizing that it costs more to feed a good hog than a poor In fact it costs much less for a drove of razorbacks could hardly into prime killing condition with any amount of feed A Swinebroad still has sows and pigs for sale If you have anything in the stock line for sale see G A present indications count for we are to be blessed with a bountiful crop It is said by fruit growers that the trees and buds in healthier state at present than was ever known at this time of the year Unless some unseen trouble peach and apple crops will prove breakers Other fruits are also promising Several farmers will plant cow peas this year for forage The experiment was tried in a limited way last year with success It makes a very nutritious hay upon which can be wintered without other grain and the yield is from three to four tons per acre The is dbiie in drills Sentinel G A Swinebroad will have for sale the stock yards a lot of extra good stock heifers next county court day 22d G A Swinebroad bought of T M Es one lot of cattle at per pound and one sow and pigs from same at 17 G A Swinebroad sold J A Jones a springer cow for and bought a bunch of hogs from Trav Hume at 5c from Goo Jones a bunch of hogs at Gc G A Swinebroad bought a lot of hogs from Milt Estis at 5c and a dol premium TIe also bought of John Cress a lot of butcher stuff at 3 and a of stock sows at 9 to 10 Swinebroad sold W P Buck a lot of butcher stuff at 3fc and bought of Jas Yeager a lot of good hogs at He bought of different parties a lot of extra good stock heifers at 23 per head Ile bought of M J Farris one straight load of hogs at 5Jc and same to Cincinnati He bought J M Sallee at his option for May delivery 80 extra good hogs at 51c Also of J S Murphy on straight load of hogs 175 lbs and up at his option June 1st to 15th It is said that the grain weevil has natural dislike to salt and that wheat or other grain stored in salt sacks was not touched by them while that in other sacks in the same pile was badly infested and virtually by weevil If this be true it would a simple matter to dip all grain sacks in brine and dry them before using or perhaps to surround the grain bins with salted sacks It is an experiment worthy of trial in the graingrowing regions which do not include much of New England is cheaper and as easily tried as the bi sulphide of carbon treatment and we think could not injure the for or any other purposes The grain does not absorb the salt but it stands as a fence around it to repel the E J Hoffman of 1819 Leavenworth street Omaha Neb says he has set tne earth afire He professes to have invented a process whereby the clods of the field will burn with all the gus to of anthracite coal Crude he says mixed with common earth gumbo and sand alone with the addition of two other ingredients the natnre of which con stitutes his secret will make a fuel that will burn better and with a fire than pine knots Seventy five per cent of this decoction is earth The expense of the other three ingredients is only a trifle His fuel costs 250 a ton Said he I began experimenting The first thing did was to mix the oil and earth and try to burn them in the form of mud but that wouldnt work The oil simply burned out and left the earth practically unchanged Then Imy investigations andfinal solved Its a hard blow to temperance when a man has to swim a river in order to get a drink A Gentle Hint In our style of climate with itssud den changes of wind and sunshine often intermingled in a single is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds half the deaths from this cause A bottle of Bos chses German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of three or four doses For curing Consump tion Hemorrhages PneumoniaSevere Coughs Croup or any other disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle free at Stormes Drug Store Regular size 75cts Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 5c t Swinebroad- If anything arises the record cattle cultivation 28 shipped ruined weevil petroleum excluded cleaner mother U together confident tempturerain dayit resu1tin directly se begotten area Shc1UYv 2year old 4 I grained mile pct so ly ing the its i er a TILE TOBACCO 3T AUK sales in this market last week were 37GG hhds against 2927 hhds on corresponding last year Total receipts last week hhds against 2039 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 732 hhds 20 per cent of tlC auc tion sales afiainst 23 per cent for week Of the total sales 3259 hhds were Burley and 507 were dark tobacco The Burley market has been a little eratic this week Tuesday the was irregular and prices were un satisfactory On Wednesday and Thursday the quality of the offerings improved materially and the general market steadied up perceptibly The good leaf exhibited the strongest except the cigarette kinds Good leaf sold better on Thursday than for several weeks Lugs were a little easy and irregular The short red tips which have been popular all the season seem great out of favor this week and are sell lower than for some time kinds are scarce and high The dark market has maintained strength noted last week lugs and trash sold relatively well and the market may be quoted steady at quotations We advance quotations on dark common lugs and trash 50 cents per hundred Caught a Dreadful Cold Marion Kooke for T M Thompson a large importer of fine 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 Coagh cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so that 1 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 acknowledge merits For sale by R E McRob erts druggist Badly JTIixcd Item I Paris Gazette Whatever little lin jering chance fjr life that Green had is now lost It seems that the young people of Carlisle got up a for the purpose of buying plug hats for the Hottentotsand in writing an account of it Brother Keller got it mixed up with an item about some shorthorn cattle probably belonging to Newt Rankin Keller is now in Frankfort for it so that he has a son who can keep the Mercury going while the boss is away This is Brother Kellers item The concert given by Carlisles charming manner winning the its of the entire audience who them the finest herd of in the country A few of them are Of rich brown color but the ma jority are spotted brown and white Several of the heifers are ablebodied fine limbed and promise to be milkers How It la Done The first object in life with the American people is to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the second good health by using Greens August Flow Should you be a despondent suf ferer from any of the effects of Dys Pepsin Liver Complaint Appendeci tis Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the head Nervous Pros tration Low Spirits etc you need not suffer another day Two doses of the well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to store get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 A Readable Story The Paris Gazette prints the and vouches for its truth A He was made Superintendent of a Sunday School and wishing to leave retold of which he could feel justly proud he got up an excursion to Cin cinnati The excursion did not pan out very well and 50 represented the sum total of the gross receipts Be ing somewhat disappointed but not without hope he took that 50 and bought himself some red and blue chips in a poker game then being con ducted in Porkopolis When he got up from the table in the gray dawn of morning he found he was 500 winner This 500 he took to the Sunday school with him and moved that it be ex pended in purchasing a library This was done Everybody was astonished at the amount realized from the ex cursion knowing that but few people attended it they began to inquire where the money came from Finally it leaked out and the church didnt do a thing but call that member up on the carpet and expel him for But they didnt give back the library We Dont Want Money Bad We want it good and we give you value received as is every bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin no matter lOc 50c or we guarantee for Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble McRoberts druggist d s v LOUISVILLE Total week of 3971 features common Cigarette Common severe Remedy for a severe Keller concert sojourning happens highlypro- nounced shorthorns drug and adjoining so gambling betit 100 as R E preceding bidding manager quickly 4 plan goo Storm folio- ing d LOCAL TIMETABLES M it ir o s Mixed Paaagr Bontkbad IK D dM IXed pa88e8Lanca eril15 Ibnd u gg5 P S62 North North bnd a 19- f 4 j SUNDAY Rates and Special Trains 8k S H j i IR i i Ro und Trip To CINCINNATI Season opens Sunday Apl 21 1901 Excursions from points a s fur south a s Somerset Special train euters Grand Central Depot Leave Junction City 6 a m See Small Bills or ask Ticket Agents for Particulars TV C EINEARSON Passer Apt Cincinnati g ij p j I t Gen f 1 l u ltd to Of I JU1 in i g i TilE COUNTRY PAPER Perusal Bring ITp a Flood of Memories to an Old Tinier It is a fashion I know among city newspaper folk who are the lings of capital to ridicule the country paper says a reformed traveling man but I have been scriber to the Unionville I nr fur over thirty years Theres no eve ning in the week that I look forward with zest Thats Monday night when I light my pipe put oik my and lie back in the rocker for a musing and a dreaming over my copy the Banner I turn to the front page first of course and here inmy Local News ascertain that Miss Ella Stuart has quite a class of music pupils here in town and also conducts a class in Pat tonsburg Miss Stuart has a good quality of musical talent Why dear me dont it heat all how things do move Why I used to go to the high school in Unionville with Ella Stuarts mother And many a time have I hung May baskets with her and then hung over the old white paling held her hand until an ominous raising of an upper window indicated that a parent of Ellas mother desired the daughters presence with rind lets see Why heres Walter Thomas has been to the city this week laying in a new stock of goods Peter Figel is helping out in the Emporium during Walters absence Well it is surprising how some boysll come up in the world in spite of poverty and distress Know who that Walter Thomas is Well sir hes the grand son of old Pap Thomas as we used to call him who used to live away down there by the railroad in that little hut of a place and had a cabbage patch all around the house Desolate a looking place as you ever saw Pap was sort of half witted and had a son who I should say was fully threequarters witted A peaceable lawabiding well digger he came to be Married a real bright girl really considerably above the and heres their sons become the leading merchant in Unionville This Peter Figel is a relation son maybe of an old foreigner who down in Unionville and earned a living at cobbling Said to be of no ble birth he was and mysterious I shouldnt know the faces that would greet me on Main street I sup pose now Most of em come up since was a boy I wonder who really has made the truest success the boys who stayed at home or those who were to conquer the great world outside There were my schoolmates who and settled down in Unionville and their sons and daughters are young men and women I was to do such big timings when I struck the city that I couldnt exactly make up my mind to take time to come basic and court Susie Williams kept putting it off and putting it off until I should get a little better and a little better position until the first thing I knew Phil Kerns up and mar ried her and I was left So thats how it is and bless me if I dont wonder sometimes as I muse over the old if the boys who stayed to home have made such a miserable failure of it after all So I read along to ponder over the memories that those quaint items in the Local News call forth Wellyou city newspaper men may poke fun at the country weekly as you will but I fail to see why the fact that a rest of Unionville has lately bought place of another resident of Un ionville and intends to move into it may not be as well worth chronicling in the local paper of Unionville as the fact that a dog of a famous actress died on the steamer is worth twocol umn pictures and a halfcolumn in the dailies Ican see much difference in merit a poodle dog editorial in a city daily and a big cabbage just laid on the desk of ye editor of the country weekly mele hire a sub something average settled generally going married today oing j Banner Blamed between rp r slippers gated ent description M v or 10 jl r Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments gull Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from SS upward Call at works near the depot S McGTHRE are the most fatal of all KIDNEY CURE is a d Guaranteed Remedy money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best Bladder troubles PRICE 50c and JOO Election Notice A meeting will be held at the Iron Bridge on New Saurduy the purpose of electing directors tar the Dix Itiver Lancaster Turnpike Road Co to serve the ensuing year The election will be held oclock a m Jno W Miller Prest INSURANCE Relating Follotiii AetnaQueen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercliaiitile The cheap store in the North corner of the Public Square the New Garrard Hotel build has brought in a fine stock of and second hand SHOES GOODS We also have a full line ot slight used household and Carpets The goods will be sold at the Prices Come and see us in town mmm STORE Plate in Town for luc jrjn KIDNEY DISEASES diseases FOLEY for Danville pnc R KINNAIRD Phenix Life Ins Go gr Hartfor ly I owest hcn t K llny 1190t c 1 0ID a i LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who law office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale with us Ve 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 T No 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for a mer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid building site for a 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 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 i No 5 Farm Of 86 J Acres 2 miles from Lancaster on the Sugar Creek pike rich and productive 55 acres under culiiva tiou 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 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 Well worth 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 ist 1901 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway 4 above and below back hall varanda handsomely finished in side and conveniently constructed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable gull 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 Nice residences are building all around this prop property in this location is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancaster Ky on North side of Dan vine Avenue known as the old Franklin Institute property Lot is 148 feet front on Danville Avenue and 198 feet in depth House is a frame building large commodious and conveniently arranged in every particular has 16 rooms kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside rooms large and house well ventilated House has benA lately remodeled and extensively improved and place gen erally repeired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm Of 108 Acres abort six miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville pike Very fertile and productive 75 acres of splendid hemp and tobacco land 75 acres in grass balance under cultivation watered by neverfailing springs Place is in good repair House i4 stories containing 6 rooms porch and latticed porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very fine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A fine farm of moderate size For further particulars write to or call on j R L Davidson OR Lonis Landrani LawOfficc over Stormed store Central Record office DAVIDt1 LAND RAM Y we have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please can at the propalaeady onestoryframe bedand placeGood 25 ertv twostory hallway stairways f Real IBtate Ageaita f i i t t f 3 NOTICE properly verified with me nt Manse Ky or my attorney W I Yillianis on or 20 1901 S D Cochran 41S3t Admr of Celia Conn t COW PEAS SOJA BEANS are two of the most profitable crops farmers can for grain and soil improving Other seasonable seeds you need are Seed Corn Millets Velvet Beans Sorghum or Cane Broom Corn Kaffir Buckwheat Rape Etc We carry the Largest and Best enl Seeds OUR nation about all crops be Malted Wood Stubs LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY estateK Iay C i fI sow i h fI h t- Ii of Seeds the Central Vest iVqctable Field Grass and g4 Flow r t CATALOGUE glees full infor t FREE providing you this paper tI Send us a the Seeds you qt and well low i CO i e y i s s eacacaa AND faction In including rnentton quote prices 6BED6AZEI T cs csr itar asv TOWN PROPERTY Monday April 22 1901 publicly defore the court house door in sell to the highest hull best bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville and Lexington streets Property is in good repair well located and very mode known on day of sale J A SLAUGHTER Any persons having claims against said Mrs Carpenter will present them to me properly before March J 1901 NOTICE To hear Proof on Claims Mary C Cox Garrard Circuit Court Jno M Hlgginbotham Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar card Circuit Court made at its March term 1901 in the above case the undersigned Master Commissioner will hold in his office in Lancaster Garrard county Ky beginning with this date and sit to day until the 10th of June 1901 to hear proof on claims against decedents estate Alt persons having will them under my hand this 9th day of April1901 411 8 1 Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Carpenter d s1rnble Term PHI Y3 sittln s 1 Lancaster y prescribedMILLEttas y I