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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1J t I I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky Second Class Matter M Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTEKNOONVAPRIL 25 1901 ONE DOLLAR A xIfErBrIllELR as UMBER LOUIS LA1DRA YEAR IE- I Jua 4 f We Are For You With a Complete and Uptodate Stock of Consisting of Dress Goods in Large Variety of Fabrics in all the new 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 all kinds Ribbons Em broideries Gloves Hos 7 iery Shoes Slippers Mattings Lace and Linen Curtains Mens and Boys Cloth 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 C l Ready I S ring Summer M rChallrri I i4 Swisses Trimmings of I f ing Furnishing Goods I e Dry Gaa Ca 1 and E f Carpets 0 a i 1 J td I S I itHE HOME NEWS tE Minstrels Monday night Seed potatoes of all kinds at T Curreys Wash silks for shirtwaists all col ors at Josephs Try Liptons Fine Tea at GOcts lb Blue Grass Grocery Beautiful line of the new satin and silk foulards all colors at Josephs Hungarian and millet seed are best and cheapest Blue Grass Grocery The best summer corsets on the market at correct prices Ward Sympson We have the Persian trimming for dresses and all styles of belts J W A Traylor wants two or three thousand bushels of wheat Apply to him at Gilberts Creek I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or If you need letter heads envelopes statements or any other printing give TIlE RECORD ollice a show at it if you are not perfectly satisfied it will cost you nothing Shes Waiting Gentle Annie Spring has been due for a month remarks an exchange but the natural not scientific are that her arrival has been postponed until next summer We dont claim that Wards Flour is the best made but of our customers say so We do claim it is just as good as any try it and see what you say Insist on laving White Swan and Gilt Edge Bates the Miller Good Fits Guaranteed- I will have an experienced man to tale 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 ShirtWaists Jar Men- The Delineator for May shows a number of ShirtWaists for Men that are practical and tasteful and that will not prove too conspicuous if worn without a coat The shirtwaist for men began to get its hold on public favor last season and will undoubted ly be seen much more widely this About Crops The weather conditions for the last few days has been very unfavorable for farmers in fact work is wholly suspended on account of incessant rains snow and freezing Stock not sheltered has suffered and we are told that many cattle sheep and lambs have died from the effects of the sud den drop in the mercury with hemp that has been sown and up that it will be badly damaged or killed talked with farmers who told us they sown seven or eight days ago and examined sand find the seed in ap pearance white and no sign of sprout but indications of decay Causes of Bad Manners The good fortune of the A m rican girl doubtless leads to her want of lite manners Accustomed to having her own way devoid of deference and respect for her parents or for else not sensitive to the feelings of others because she has not been trained to observe them the girl goes on her way rejoicing and does not realize the careless selfishna s of her attitude until she finds perhaps with very few friends and admirers There are two which contribute largely to the development of bad manners first is just plain common everyday selfishness a vice shared in by the whole human race The other finds in our country its peculiar and home I mean irreverence Ada Sweet in the May Womans Home Companion Fine Tailoring As Lancaster is without a regular tailor we have taken the agency for W P Woodcock of Danville who keeps sixteen to twenty tailors employed in that place We have a full line of samples and are prepared to make you a suit at any price Our clothing is strictly handsewed and will not get out of shape in a short time like machine sewed goods We guarantee a perfect fit As we have just opened up we have cut our profits down in order to get trial orders The regular cutter of Mr Woodcock will come over once or twice each week to 3 take measures If you want a good fit and something that will give you good wear and hold its shape then give us a trial we can please you Office over Police Court Come up and have your measurejtaken mar28 HASELDKN KINNAIBD c v t mar21 tf groceriesT indications many tailoring season Ve Chad ting pos anyone American nod characteristics The from xi w Vy rr Joseph 1 hers esp- ial room C E to it Garden Seed at Curreys The Military corset the latest fad x at Josephs f A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys Dont fail to see the Big 4 Minstrels at Opera House next Monday night29 We have just received a new line of Mattings this week The Logan Dry Goods Always on top in quantity arid quality and at the bottom in prices T Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed sale Apply to H A B Marksbury Son When in town dont forget to take a sack of our Hour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are us ing it Miner Son 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 Local gardeners are considerably put out over the backset given their truck by the recent snow and freeze When people learn to wait til spring to plant truck patches this trouble will be avoided Ladies we defy all competitors 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 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 lob turned out Spe cial attention to paper hanging mar21tf Milton Sneed Cincinnati Excursion Sunday The L N will begin its series of cheap excursions to Cincinnati next Sunday The train leaves Lancaster 252 a m reaching Cincinnati at 730 in the morning Returning it leaves Cincinnati at 730 p m and reaches Lancaster at 1228 midnight The fare will be only 150 for the round trip and you have the entire day in the city C T U Meeting The Eighth District Kentucky W T U will hold its Annual Conven tion at Livingston April 20th May 1 2nd beginning Tuesday night April 30th Rev C II Palmer Mrs Francis Beauchamp and Dr G W Young will be present to deliver addresses Delegates and visitors expecting to attend should send their names to tits Frank Jones Livingston that entertainment may be provided On purchasing tickets parties should se cure from the railroad agent a certifi showing that full fare has been paid one way thus possibly entitling the holder a reduction on the return Mrs May R Patterson District President A Sure Sign In the Chicago RecordHerald is the of the old veteran who died or physician pronounced him dead in the Kansas Soldiers Home Wrap ped in his faded suit of blue he was placed in a contract coffin and carried the chapel where services were to next day He awoke over turned the coffin and started for the demitory scaring all whom he met as they thought it was his ghost Next the Governor of the Home asked about it The erstwhile corpse said that when he recovered conscious ness in the coffin he knew he was not dead because he was not hungry and his feet were cold When asked to ex pain he said Why dont you know if I had been in heaven I would not be hungry aud if I had been in hell my feet would not be cold Court Day Monday by far the most dis agreeable court day of the winter A cold drizzling rain came down the mud was waist deep more or less and the atmosphere of the kind that in jects a case of pneumonia into a fel low in less time than it takes to ten A small crowd was in town and of trading was backward most of those wanting stock feeling that we would yet have several months more of win ter There were 150 head of cattle at the pens Cows and calves sold from 25 to 35 heifers 31 to 4icts short yearlings 20 per head butcher stuff The plug horse grows scarcer each court day though of course Jockey Row still furnishes the same lot some of which have been sold there every court day for the last forty years There was no attempt at a horse show as there were only one or two in town I Cole Cur ey V was to 3 V v w v corn S S C beheld ford 75 of lay B In O B Perkins sale May 1st See notice of the O B Perkins sale in this issue If you want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey All the novelties of the in hats H T Logan Hugh Logan speaks in gentle tones on next page See if you can find his ad The busses run to the night are the greatest conveniences town has had Our 50c shirts are as good as any shirts you will buy in Lancaster at cents H T Logan Acrobatic performances last Friday night surprised everybody Go and see it at Opera House next Monday 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 Logan Are you using Wards Hour If not you are missing one of the pleasures life Your grocer keeps it membsr the names White Swan Gilt Edge Bates the Miller 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 Take As I have sold my livery stable it important tint you call at once and pay your account with me as all this business must be closed without de intended for all who are on my W B Bank Stock lor 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 before Court House door at 2 oclock p m on April 29th 1901 P O Box 199 Lancaster Ky Rates Reduced to California Q C Special reduced rates to California Q C great opportunity to Visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and excellent train service Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati for particulars tilap30 The Big Four Minstrels gave a high ly enjoyable show at the Opera House on Friday night Everybody was delighted and by request they have consented to appear again with a change of program on Monday night April 29th The performance produces mirth and laughter from start finish Good music dancing and a side splitting farce Everybody should attend J M Logan Ed Bishop II T Logan M D Hughes Jacob Joseph J Jennings J no Rough on Stock Livestock suffered greatly during the past ten days from the severe a weather The animals would get soak ing wet from the rain and snow would freeze on them and they chill to death The loss was great all over the county as the following par riot list will show C S Sanders lost twenty sheep and three cattle Robt Hamilton five cattle Lem Teater a cow and calf Noar Marsee fourteen sheep Jas Littrell a cow and a colt JnQ W King cow and two mules Mr Tewmey three yearling steers Ben M etcal f twentyfive shoats There are many other losses but we could not get them acurately The animals died during the night Rev Faulconer Installed A special from Hillsboro Ohio says One of the most brilliant events in the history of the First Presbyterian Church of Hillsboro occured last night when a large audience the installation of Rev H N Fau1 toner as pastor A few of the oldest members of the church remember to when Dr Steele was installed In of 1834 Many of them are familiar h the incidents attending the installa tion of Dr McSurely but the vast majority of the membership have never witnessed a service of the kind that occured in the handsome new church last night the third of its it character in a space of time covering sixtyseven years Promptly at 730 oclock the impressive ceremonies in commenced Rev J L Wilmington acting as Moderator choice and impressive language Rev John L Reamerr of the First Presbyterian Church of Chillicothe delivered the charge to the pastor This was followed by the charge to the congregation by Rev Samuel S Aikman of the Greenfield Church whose earnest Christian words deeply impressed the large assemblage Then came the sermon by Dr John M Wor rell of Danville Ky one of the most powerful and eloquent discourses that has been heard here in years The en tire service was replete with Interest and will long be remembered I s night Notice- S is- o This notice is BurtonS Address V A Card tot E Stormes yearling witnessed I Mar wi U J I season tra t books hider d f I two blcNillla Red d Cold m on at be ly all get der I Small crowd in town Monday T Currey is headquarters for Seed Sweet Potatoes I Scrim for window curtains per yd up Yard vj See our Mens all wool suits at 500 better uses at 750 II T Logan Perfection suits for boysand chil dreg II T Logan The prettiest wall paper in town is at Beazleys Call and seesam Excellent communications from and Judson are crowded out this week Our 12 and S15 suits for men are the nobbiest ever shown in Lancaster for the money II T Logan No drunks in town Monday the fact that the was never more favorable for taking Shingles Shingles Just received two carloads and Cypress Shingles Prices 325 per thousand R G Ward To make old furniture look new use Japalac in all oak ivory oxblood cherry green and black in cans 25c and up Thompsons ap182t Attention School Children We will pay 100 for the best of a black cat Must be ten or more contestants See our card in window The Logan Goods Co One oil Poor Editor An exchange says an editor lay dy The doctor bent over him and Poor man circulation almost gone The dying man summoned all his remaining energy and shouted Youre a liar we have the largest circulation in the county Fruit Prospects Fruit raisers differ in their opinions as to the effect of the recent severe weather upon the peaches pears and other delicate fruits The general opinion is however that while it has been greatly damaged yet there will a fair crop if no more freezes work Administrators Sale As administrator of O B Perkins will at his late residence on Crab Orchard pike on Wednesday May 1st sell his personal property con sisting of household and kitchen fur niture stock and about 250 barrels of corn Stock includes about 15 large fat hogs 70 head stock cattle cows calves and about 300 ewes with as many lambs All to be sold in quantities to purchasers Will also at same rent 800 acres of meadow and grass land Emma Perkins Admr A Good Show The minstrel show given by local talent at the opera house Friday night was slimly attended owing to the dis agreeable weather The boys put on fine show which was enjoyed from start to finish by those who braved the storm to attend THE RECOKD will recommend the show as being ful worth the money and if you the next performance and say you are not satisfied you will certain ly be hard to please The principal feature of the entertainment was the mandolin and guitar playing of Mr Dan Jones who kindly consented to come and take part Mr Jones is one of the best performers in the south and his work alone is worth double the price of admission Harry Sizes It Up Harry Giovannoli recent local of the Danville Advocate has been writ ing some interesting letters to J Paper from Washington City The following exactly covers the case in local option towns The crime however was no Quinn is not the only blind ti operator in Danville who is equal this sort of a job and if the people Danville continue to use switches where clubs should be employed poor Crum will not be the last victim Time and again through these col have the people of Danville been warned against the blind tiger gentry They have been prosecuted is true have paid their fines and worked out their sentences only to return to their outlawry Every man Danville acquainted with the ordi nary run of affairs there knows the names of the men engaged in this business and if a detirmined body of citizens should go to them and say they simply had to shut up or get out accompanying their remarks with an exhibition of about ten yards of good stout rope it wouldnt take long to put a stop to this sort of business This would not be according to the forms of law but where is the law which should respect the feelings of a disreputable scoundrel who sells mean whisky in brazen defiance of order and decency and stands ready to mur ed in cold blood any one who seeks to Interfere with his dastardly work at I S mpsun heshown Hammack notwithstanding weather a 150 colorswalnut mahogany picture Dr attend surprise nns It e C J jag Pop upon it flu f it A ed to to Taffeta silks all colors at Josephs Top Notch Flour is extra good only 55c at Blue Grass Grocery White colored and Swisses for summergownsat Dont forget the to Cin cinnati Sunday Only 150 round trip When you want a pair of shoes you will save money by posting yourself at Ward Svmpsons Hemp Seed A few good cultivated hemp for sale Banks Hudson 2t 5000 TrauspIauiedCabbage Plant And anything else you want in the flowering or vegetable plant line the Lancaster Greenhouse Graded School Census of white children in Lancaster Graded School District 24 for the year 1901 is 309 Males 144 Females 1G5 Commencing Monday April our line of Rio Coffee will go at lOc ly Blue Grass Grocery 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 Bee Keepers To the bee keepers of Garrard and adjoining counties See the Pullins Bee Hive the latest improved Patd March 5 1U01 Call on or address R Stone Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or ter ritory 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 nut Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan the old reliable tf Danville murderer to hang As predicted in last issue of the negro Quinn who mur dered a Danville policeman was found guilty and the death penalty prescrib If the usual timekilling appeals and other redtape methods ate not resorted to the negro will be jerked another world in short time The prespects of another murderer getting the same dose at the present term of the Danville court are exceedingly good and if they can be dangled from the scaffold at the same time it will have a good effect Odd Fellows Celebration All arrangements for the I O O F celebration tomorrow Friday night have been completed and the affair promises to be one of the most elabor ate given in Lancaster recently The brothers will meet at the lodge room promptly at seven oclock and go in a body to the Christian church where addresses will be made by Eld Allen R Moore and Rev Leonidas Robin son The members will then repair the Garrard Hotel where an ele gant banquet will be served during which the Lancaster Symphony chestra will play Toasts will be res ponded to by R II Tomlinson K F Postle W B Mason O W Shugars T W Reid Leonidas Robinson and A R Moore G Bright Swinebroad will act as toastmaster Each broth er is entitled to be accompanied by a lady at the banquet Old Soldiers Organize A number of old soldiers who wore a the grey met Monday and organized a camp in Garrard county Capt Alex Doty WES chosen commander and H Arnold adjutant There are about fifteen charter members but the membership will soon be greatly hAs r Try embroidered rose List forto Ir h b bar RE z excursion f s 291 RECORD D CAPT DAVID LOGAN increased Thecamp was named for Capt Dave Logan who organized most of his company in this county The accompanying halftone is a good likeness of Capt Logan a man and respected by all who knew whose memory will always be cherished 1 v tn S1 56 71i bet hand Of in on N the tan skin Trading was slow Monday Too cold Hear Dan Jones on the Mandolin atOpera House Monday night 29th Keep your feet dry and your head cool by wearing our shoes Ward Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Hemp Seed A few good cultivated hemp for sale Banks Hudson Talk about your 5c corn we have it and its good Good people say so Ward Sympson- at 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 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 Ken tucky Come and let us convince you the fact We furnish wall paper ready to put on the wall We can Central Kentucky J A Beazley Co Card of Thanks We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their kindness during our sickness and misfortune and take this method in doing so Cyrus Stone and Wife GOOD PROSPECT FOR TRAINS Committee o f Lancaster Citizens Meet L and N Olliclals and Messrs Jno M Farra and Louis Landram secured an appointment with the otlicals of the L and N at Louisville Monday to discuss the of putting day passenger trains this branch of the road They were accompanied by Cur Bradley Mayor R Kinnaird and Judge J C Hemphill The party met at the gen eral offices of the road at ten oclock and for three hours the matter was discussed The committee had a six page brief we will call it outlining the proposition together with two regularlyarranged time cards printed by RECOKD office The latter were of inestimable value as they showed in black and white the run ning time of all passenger trains on the K C and two trains The first matter presented was the increase of business on this line since the putting on of the present night trains and a schedule showing the receipts of the Lancaster office Then it was explained how the change now wanted will bring additional travel to the L N which is now given other roads save the company one train and crew and give all L towns in this section a through car line to both Louisville and Cin cinnati It was also necessary to show that the change will not in any wise conflict with the Northern and East ern connections at or at Louisville with trims for the South and West This matter had been care fully prepared and twpewritten copies were given the officials The officers were exceedingly courteous to the Lancaster gentlemen and displayed deep interest in the matter Of course they would say nothing oftheir intentions but from the questions asked and the lengthy discussion they wanted is good evidence of their in to take favorable action While we do do not feel disposed to make public just now all the facts in the case yet we will say that the may confidently expect a change for the better The present night trains will not be disturbed a fact which will be appreciated by those needing a good mail and express If our suggestions and requests are granted a passenger train run ning every day will reach here from Cincinnati at 1215 noon and from Louisville at 130 p m These trains will carry a chair car from Louisville through Lancaster to Cincinnati and from Cincinnati Louisville through Lancaster every day so that the living along both K C and divisions can go to either city en firstclass passenger trains without change of cars or delay The railroad officials were greatly pleased with the idea but as stated above would say nothing definite They said that a change for the better would be made soon and they to do somthing for the people on the Rowland branch We dont think it out of place to say here that gentlemen above mentioned have done this work wholly without assis or remuneration and if the scheme tails to work out it will be no off anybodys back save theirs upWard seeded t ginghams cities trimmed priceDont Discuss Matters proposition on the K D increased tention people people however proposed living 1 Z f Cincinnati service Knoxville I I Ii I TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL AIID OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS IN PARTICULARI We absolutely believe that the heighth of our ambition has been fully realized It has been our aim and determination to some day offer the people of Lancaster surrounding counties a line ofClothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods surpassing all others in beauty elegance and design prices lower than competition can afford A look and a walk through our store will plainly show the people our many great advanta ges Our lines this season will surprise you You will see such values as we believe you never dreamedyou would see We challenge the whole combination competition to give you what we intend to offer this spring Our opinion is that your admiration of our spring goods will be as pronounced as ours and im pel you to give us your business Mens All Wool Suits at 500 are the best ever shown in Central Kentucky for the money rnf I Garrardand I andat oJ I t oJj II i fOuri llt oc oo ooc 911 lI i 4 j i J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors K ILL Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash loaned on for sums of 500 upward 8 BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without with Vitalised Air Office In the Bookout Building Danville street oppo Ite Preabsterian church or W all CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky April 25 STONE Mrs Chas Simpson is angerously ill Robert Preston sold his hemp seed for 3 per bushel- T L Sanders sold to Swinebroad of Lancaster a bunch of fat shoats at cents Several farmers in this vicinity their crops of tobacco last week to James Ciark at Lancaster prices ranging from 6 to He per lb We have been having some of the most disagreeable weather that has been experienced in April for some time Mrs T L Sanders rented to T B San ders 00 acres of grass for six months at S100 C S Saunders bought of C M Mob erley the property known as the O P Stone stand for 400 There is another hightide in the Kentucky river it is further opt of its banks than it has been during this auction of dry goods at the store of T L Saunders decd was by a large crowd Saturday and goods sold at fair prices The sale of T L Sanders decd was attended by an enormous crowd considering the bad weather The cattle sold at exceedingly low prices milk cows from 16 to 25 to 35 year ling calves at 16 to 25 yearling bulls at 25 to 43 work mule 05 3 yearold filly at 4525 yearling colt 20 logs sold at 16 per thousand ft sheep would not sell at any price one stack of hay sold at 1150 stack of rye 15 Mr Hardin Price spentSunday with friends in Madison Mrs Lucy Grow spent Friday with Mrs Mary A Saun Spoo amore of Hubble was the guest of his fatherinlaw Sunday Mrs Bettie Wall will leave soon for a visit to her sister Mrs Bin da Lear of Kansas Mrs Uannie Lewis left last week for protracted visit with her sister in Clay City Mr Tom Wall and wife Mr William West of your city and wife spent last Thursday with Mrs T L Sanders and family Herbert Boberts of Little Hickman spent several with his cousin Lloyd last week Miss Lillie Lee Prewitt of Kirksville spent part of last week with her cousins of Mr and Mrs Cronly Broaddus Mrs T L Sanders lost another nice cow week leak ing five in all to die this winter J 8 1901 5 delivered seasonThe dersMr attended da Saunders last i Our Mens Suits at 750 and 1000Stump all competition They are perfect fit ting well tailored suits such that any man might wear with that are satis factory the very first time they are put onaud that continue to satisfy till they are worn out Perfect suits thats the kind Our 750 and 1000 suits include allwool Serges Cheviots Scotches and Cassimers in plain colors hand some mixtures and patterns Try one if you like we shall not insist upon you buying ifwe can not satisfy you your money is not want ed It is easy to match the prices of these suits but not so easy to match the quality at the price WE THINK WE BELIEVE WE KNOW that we have the Best J 2 50 and 15 Suits on the Market These suits would easily pass for 2000 suits But we were bound to have the best oo dignitysuits 3 i J rv r vva 41 1 t1 f BRYANTSVILLE Go to Mrs A S Ilaseldens for the latest styles in millinery The Falls City steamboat goes up to Valley View on Wednesday The Kentucky and Dix rivers are very high from the recent rains Aunt Jane Myers one of the oldest colored women of this community died last week Mr Lee Campbell a highly young man died last week of remains interred in the Fork CemeteryWe sorry to report the probable fatal illness of Mr Green Jackson an aged gentleman of Danville who for sometime has been employed by Mr Sam llaselden in the saddle shop Elder Walden will fill his regular appointment at the Pleasant Grove church on next Sunday and Rev Robinson will till the pulpit here on the first Sunday night Mr Jeff Dunn made a business trip to Lexington last week Clint Arm strong was at home for a few days last week Dr and Mrs Elliott Mr T E Adams and wife and Mr E T Owens and wife attended the Rivals at Lexington Mrs Eliza Ballard has returned from to her sister Mrs Wolfolk in Lexington Born to the wife of George Bell on the 21st- a girl baby also to the wife of John Dismukes a fine boy named Jerome Mrs Nannie Ballard of Lancaster was to see her aunt Mrs Fanny who remains quite ill MAHKSBURY Leslie Anderson sold a good saddle mare to Virgil Chesnut for 60 Mr M F Rout attended the Guinn trial in Danville last week Mr Wm Parks jr the earliest chickens of any one in this He sold a nice bunch to parties in Lancaster at 15c per lb The eleven acres of land on pike sold by the executors of the T T Pollards estate was bought by Mason Pollard at 40 per acre Our carpenters Messrs John and Porter Dunn are quite busy erecting a new barn for Mr C A ins n also improving his old one Rev Nooks vbf Crab Orchard will deliver a Memorial Sermon in of Mr Barkers child at the Fork church Sunday afternoon April 28 at 2 oclock Mr R H Batson and daughterMiss Bessie and Rev Moore and little son of Lancaster spent several days last week with A D Hughes and family and enjoyed fishing in Dix river Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove all impurities from your system cleanse your bowels make them regular F i respected pneumonia avisit Bryant t has community Lexington Roys- ton Rob memory 11 P 1250 and 1500 to be had anywhere and weve got them all new and late cut Patterns neat and handsome you will be surprised when you see them We handle the Perfection Suits for Young Men Young men think more about style than anyone else but sometimes they are not par ticular enough in regard to the fit When the fact is that the fit is the most important ele ment of the style We have everything in the very style in youug mens suits Rough Fabrics Cheviots Serges Worsteds in many new and snappy paterns Young mens suits at 84 5 750 1000 and 1200 The stamp Perfection is on every suit Mothers See Our Perfection Suits for Boys It is a fact that Mother knows more about cull ir ns clothing than a dozen average men and for this reason we always gladly welcome OOOOOCOOOO late t f of J n AdCti 1 I1 Arelil ilaA PAINT LICK The BufTalos have a large lodge bad weather is delaying the work on the bank building very much Some of our industrious farmers will have their corn to plant over W I Letcher sold his farm of 330 acres near here to Jas Burrows at 3750 per acre Feed is getting very scarce in this section and some of our farmers have turned in on their grass Mr John Hunt who has been at Moreland a week or two buying and receiving tobacco returned Saturday Stephenson an old weath er profit says we will have from five to seven rains in every month from now until December At this writing it has been snowing for three days in this latitude and the prospect is the gardens and early corn will be slightly damaged Mr John Rout of Point Leavell who has been quite poorly is able to be out spent a few days with relatives and friends here D C Pullins says he thinks some of Louis Landrams gas bags have brok en their chains and got into this sec flog of country and it is to be hoped he will have them gathered up and returned to Lancaster soon as the grazing here is rather short for that kind of cattle A gentleman in this neighborhood went to one of his neighbors to buy a turn of corn He told him he did not have any corn to sell but he would give him a turn He shelled the corn and took it to the mill and went back the next day to bis neighbor after the cobs said they belonged to him too It looks like it is a bad rule that will not work both ways but in some cases it is right It is againstthe law for a man to whip his wife but she whip him as much as she wants to and nothing is said about it A lady not many miles from here took advan tage of the law a few days ago and gave her husband a sound thrashing and left him BOURNE Robert Speaks bought of Jeff Dunn a work mule for 100 Huston Finley of Boyle is visiting his sister MrsWill Paris Jim Mc Williams made a flying trip to Boyle Messrs Joe and John Turner of Hiattsville returned home Monday after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives here Mrs Ed Owens and daughter Bernice visited her sister Mrs Prather at btone Tuesday Miss Lillie Huff man who has been very ill is much improved Mrs Mary Hurt visited Mrs Sallie Pollard Sunday I I hereThe againDr eveningUncle againhe coil A es Saturday Miss v- y BETTIS Several from here attended court Lancaster Monday R C Hamilton has had several to die in the last few days withan unknown disease Auctioneer Am Bournereports one of the dullest corut days at Lancaster Monday that has been for many a yearIf you need any groceries tinware shoes hats or gents furnishing goods call on W S Bettis lie has them for cash Kinnaiid Bourne bought of Robert Bourne a combined mare for 75 and Robert Bourne bought of his brother Frank a mare for 50 Win Pollard and John have bought of Mrs Susie Preston her farm of thirty acres for 2525 per acre and Mr Ball will erect him a dwelling house on it at once Will Marsee of 3Iarksbury spent Sunday with John Collier Several- in this vicinity are victims of pinkeye Mrs Swope has dismissed her school for a few days on account of bad weather and sickness but will begin again as soon as the weather fares up Skin troubles cuts burns and chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be sure you get DeWitts F They USE the BEST ZIMMER uses FLOUR and the fol lowing dealers sell it- T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M 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 BATES the litter MMMMMMMM O MMMMMMMM s l i I j cattle Ball P Frisbie il I I BAKER II I WAIms I I Ballou t I I 1 I bet I Iv I I a scald ooooaMooooooo00000 oaooooe the t oo mothars to our store Our Spring Clothing for Children is so attractive that it is way ahead of any display ever made in We have every new idea in Sailor and Vestee Suits Russian Blouse and two and threepiece Suits We have not had a custom er to find fault with our prices this season Mother theres a chance waiting for you in our Childrens Department Shoes Shoes Shoes Our house positively full to overflow ing with the very latest styles in Ladies and Mens fine footwear at astonishingly low prices We buy our shoes direct from the manufacturers and can save you 10 to 20 per cent on each and every pair Come in and let us prove the above assertion See our mens Shirts at 500 Si and have the latest and newest patterns We were never as well fixed as we are this season on Mens underwear Bulbriggan in plain and fancy colors Prices well most any old price you want to pay I 1f2 easily I i j i I oJ is tg I K j I I v I Lancaster g I 9 i a g ro- We Hats for everybody alTkinds all styles and all prices A beautiful line of Mens Plain and Fancy Hosiery Our Spring Neckwear is Stylish i Dainty and Effective Satisfaction wrapped up in every bundle The OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher I I I j LOG ANII Ii ft HaT kI I r Surries Road Wagons BOTTOM PRICES BuggiesPhaetons 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 75o 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 any shows iu five years I am the only dentist in Richmond who owns his office Reference National Bank DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and is the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all otherresults of imperfect digestion Prepared by E C O W1TT CO Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in ood state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other dwelling house These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILIIAM tf Assignee defect Richmond Kodol reconstructing organs discovered Prlce5Ccan4S1 smalls1ze Book all Jutdyspepslamaliedflee asmall HERNDON aZt tim C61ca t n na liD s JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird Is a seal brown 1R hands high heavy mane and tall tie Great KING EAGLE Winner of to Blue Ties EAGLE BinD was only shown one season ten or twelve blue ties See him before bookinjryonr mares He will make the season at Thos L Baughraans place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 lo losnie a Livii Colt wilt also stand a firstclasa mnle 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 Danville pike at for a Horse Colt and 8 for a Mare Colt He is known as the black Burton Jack sire of a number of 73 and JSocolts last year This is a beantifml black jack three years old in August 15J4 hands high sired by Young Tom and out Jennet by Stonewall Jackson he by Humes Alvardo he by Im ported Alvarado Stonewall Jacksons dam was by J 8 Irvins Mogul he by Compromise he by Tippecanoe he by Clack Hawk he by Imported Warrior retained on all colts for the season fee Money due when the mare is parted with or bred to other stock without our cou sent Will give personal attention to mares but not responsible for accidents R C Hamilton Blue Grass Spring 1 90 1 ORNAMENTAL TREKS 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 Nur and Strawberry catalogue on application to H FHILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky Sired present 7 y NURSERIES t FRUITand i andiron eta Ellen t 3 1 l2 1 Go to NOEL SISTERS end get one of those stylish BEADY TO WEAR HATS They are showing NOBBIEST LINE IN TOWN Prices rangng from 50c to 200 They have an elegant line of Trimmed Hats Misses Hats a specialty I also I Where the tome Have Visited 0 Mrs Cabell Denny is in Lexington visiting relatives ExGovernor W O Bradley was in Louisville this week Mr Dan Jones of London has been visiting J H Kinnaird Mr John L Doty who has been ill for some days is much better Miss Carrie Currey and Mrs Jas C Ileniphill spent Monday in Danville Miss Nellie Dillon has been visiting her friend Mrs Stone of Versailles Miss Roberta Hilton has returned from a visit to home folk in Brodhead John spent several days the past week with his parents in Miss Sue Whitley Murphy of Hus tonville is the guest of Bessie BatsonRev Charles Reid o Denver Colo is visiting his parents Mr T W Reid and wife Miss Earle Chenault of Richmond is expected this week to visit Mrs J W Elmore Miss Allen of Burksville is the guest of her aunt Mrs E Allen Dan vole street W B Burton has returned from several weeks business visit to Mem phis Tenn Misses Lillian Warner and Pearl Ross were entertained by Miss Ethel West Saturday Mt Vernon Signal Miss Rhoda White left Wednesday for Lancaster to visit relatives Mr W S Haberly of Knoxville spent several days this week with ref atives in this city Mr Yates Hudson and wife of Mar cellus spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Juliette Rogers and Miss Chris tine Bradley have been to Cincinnati on a shopping expedition Miss Amy Davidson has ben the charming truest of her aunt Mrs W J Romans the past week Miss Minnie Johnson returned Tues day from Bowling Green where she spent the winter at the Normal school Misses Essie Burch and Flora Bal lou of Stanford were entertained Tuesday evening by Mr II M Ballou and wife r Mr and Mrs F P Frisbie are being congratulated upon the arrival of a little son who came on Thursday of last week We are exceedingly glad to note an improvement in the condition of Miss Leila Ward youngest daughter of Mr Win Ward A Kansas maiden lady who has a parrot that swears and a monkey that chews tobacco says she does not miss a husband much Mr and Mrs George Wright Mr Joe Wortham and little daughter Jes sic have returned from Indiana where they have been visiting The crokinole club was charmingly entertained by Mr and Mrs R L El kin Thursday evening This was the V last meeting of the season PEOPLE 0 Norris Frankfort Miss pd040 0404 40Od444Q g 4d004d0 404pp4p4d t 1 I l I i i I r t LL J C Hemphill Jr gave a pretty dinner to his friends and playmates last week in celebration of the little hosts fourth birthday Mesdames Margaret Gill Fannie Farra Ed Price May Patterson and Miss Ida May Grant will attend the W C T U Convention at Livingston next week Danville News Mr and Mrs A Me Kee Kinnaird have taken rooms with Mr and Mrs Nath Woodcock for the summer They will take their meals at Mrs Messicks Stanford Journal Mrs MattieDun can of Garrard was the guest of Miss Ophelia Lackey Miss Bertie Hilton of Lancaster was here Friday en route to Brodhead Lexington Herald Mrs Fannie Farra Mrs Cabell Denny and Mr Earl Farra of Lancaster were in the city for a short visit to Mrs Mamie of East Maxwell street Stanford Democrat Dr A S Price is at the Joseph Price Infirmary un treatmentWe to state that the clever doctor as about all right again The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club was invited as guests of Mrs Wm Tuesday afternoon The club will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Miss Lizzie Brown Danville Mr Thos House who has a large general store at Giles Ky was in town this week and left THE RECORD office a nice order for job work Mr House is a good citizen and fine man Stanford Journal Mr Louis Lan dram editor of the Lancaster Record the only really independent paper in the country was here Saturday Against great odds Mr has built up a nice business by grit and real merit Danville Advocate Mrs Dolph Rice will leave this afternoon for Mt Sterling where she will spend a month with her sister Mrs J R Marrs and daughter Miss Ollie of Vevay Indiana are spending a few days with friends here Richmond Register Mr R P Fox Jr has gone to Fort Worth Texas where he has secured a good position with a large sale stable Mrs Fox and daughter will shortly follow him Mr Robert Davidson a young attorney of Lancaster was the guest of Mr Joseph Boggs several days last week Cob J W Adams the merchant king of Mt Vernon was in town this week mingling with his old Garrard county friends Cob Adams has one of the largest stores in southern Kentucky and is making money hand over fist Cob Adams is a true born hustler and is always at the head of every enter prise suggested for his town The Best Blood Purifier Keep these organs in a healthy con dition and the bowels regular and you have no need of a blood purifier For this purpose there is nothing equal to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets one dose of them will do more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier Price 25 cents free at McRoberts drug store handsome Thompson Berkele avenue business Landram prominent purified Samples rj i U i jn 3 m S tij I I j We Handle EVBBYTBIIG USED in P AIITIIG Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage and Roof Paint Wood Filler Hard Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var nishes Putty Sand Parer Etc it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE N D f E3 D D D 0 l DI- n n 1 0- E H E3 A nI 6 6 Barn and t s a s a News Cold weather is reported from At Huntsville a full grown cow was frozen todeathonthestreets Missouri Pacific directors a 30000000 increase in capital stock miking a total issue of 1000on 000 Garnett Ripley who was acquitted at Frankfort of the charge of com plicity in the killing of William Goe bel announces that he will leave this week visit of six months to Rumors are afloat in New York of a gigantic railway combination by which it is proposed that the manage ment of all the leading railroad sys terns of the country is to be vested in one large controlling company England has decided to borrow 300 000000 the loan to be in consols The statement of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the House of Commons 266000000 for the past year In Chicago Charles Sweeney of Ereenville Ky shot and killed his wife from whom he was recently sep orated and then committed suicide The tragedy occured at the Dubuque flats the home of Mrs Sweeneys whom she was visiting A great society event in London was the wedding Tuesday of Miss Amy Morehead Walker of Frankfort this State to Malcom Moncreiffe brother of the Countess of Dudley The Indiana law disfranchising voters who are found guilty of their votes will be tested in the higher courts An agreed case will up from Rockport where a number of negroes were convicted on charge of selling their votes and The trial of the members of a secret society accused of burying alive Pilipinos who opposed the has developed that among the leaders were the Paris priests and the Presidente together with other local officers All the ringleaders may be hangedAttorney General Breckinridge has filed a petition in the Court of Appeals asking for a modification of the made by thattribunal to the effect that the defendant while on the stand may not be questioned any past violations of the law of which he might have been guilty A log man of Jackson says that the present tides in the Kentucky and Red rivers will bring 200000000 feet of lumber in logs out of Eastern Ken tacky Ford and Clay City will get a large supply of logs which will business actively in those places during the spring and summer seasons Thomas Hall of Lamont Ky was afraid of being buried alive At his death an air shaft was guilt into his grave and a signal flag attached to the top with a cord running to the wrist of tne corpse Saturday night a storm blew down the flag and relatives the body which was examined by physicians who pronounced life extinct The letter carriers of the post office have petitioned the PostOffice Department to allow them to discard the heavy uniform and the shirtwaist instead The proposed waist is to be made of the regulation uniform grey with a wide white collar Shirtwaists have re cently been adopted for summer wear in Detroit Mich and it is said other cities are falling into line The attempted invasion of the Western Kentucky coal fields by the Indiana miners proved a failure and the men from Evanville were met shortly after their arrival on this side of the river by a posse of armed who ordered the invaders to turn back The command was obeyed and without the least disorder the Indiana miners went to their boat and home The manifesto of Aguinaldo calling upon his followers to lay down their arms and accept the sovereignty of the United States has been issued He declares without reserve his alle giance to the American Government and declares the voice of his country is unquestionably in favor of peace followers to do likewise Gen Mac Arthur has signalized the issuance of the manifesto by releasing 1000 of war The War Department announces that there will be no re duction of the military strength in the Philippines the plans for thee re placement of volunteers by regulars not being changed Spring coughs are especially and unless cured at once seri results often follow One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not a common mixture but is a high grade remedy F PFrisbie When it to turning away wrath a soft answer is not in it with an invitation to face the bartender You cannot enjoy perfect health rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels DeWitts Little Early Risers cleanse the whole system They gripe Frisbie as long as the price of a glass of lemonade will buy two beers Last winter I 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 House man Manatawney Pa FrisbIe I r authorized for a Honduras a daficit of sister selling betaken disfranchised Filipino insurrection decision witness regarding insure exhumed Lexington substitute citizens returned joyfully prIs- onerS dangerous ous comeS never F P Prohibition will never become pop ular waS F P r I I 0- Oie1ee000eM GENE Rb eeNeeeweeeeoo eeeeoo Tennessee ows clogged t K a at a The Way of Ike World The following special from Medford New Jersey in the daily press Friday carries its own model Strange in deedjit was to hear him Rock of Ages cleft for me Let me hide myself In Thee It was Rev John W Frambes his own requiem The life of the poor old preacheJ ended with the sec and line of that od m hide myself in Thee His hand was closed around a sheet of letter paper his death warrant It read Your of personal us to ask for your man needed excite renewed interest re ligious fervor must go He went but to his Maker Of course the Trustees of the Med ford Baptist Church had no idea of killing the old man They paid 200 a year for a preacher and they a good man full of religious fervor enthusiasm ideas personal magnetism and all that sort of thing a lusty young man who might marry one of the rich girls of the town and stir up things They wanted something for their 8200 a year but they hardly expected the life of their old pastor The letter of death came yesterday morning just as the old man had mapped out his days work a dozen sick to see some old folks to comfort two babies to bless and a widow to bury That was all for 200 year He read the letter and then he a bit Give us this day our daily breadwas all he said aloud His aged wife a woman past three score years and ten though he was praying for some poor soul poorer than they Then he took a walk in their little garden and came around by the porch where she was resting She heard his trembling voice Rock of Ages cleft for me She heard him mutter After these forty years forty years and then she saw him drop dead Uock of Ages cleft for me Let me hIde myself iu Thee The deacons say the Trustees killed him and the Trustees say it was the Young Womens Society for Christian Endeavor A number of foolish old women some of them upward of eigh ty say the hand of the like butthey are old and do not know Of course the Trustees and the deacons and the beauties in the Youn Womens Society for Christian Endeavor will turn out at the funeral in Philadelphia and the choir just to oblige the widow will sing Rock of Ages Cleft For then they will all come home and thank God for the true Christian spirit that moved them to show so much consideration for the poor old man who sewed them for forty years 200 a year How It Is 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 Should you be a despondent from any of the effects of Liver Complaint Appendeci tis Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the head Nervous Low Spirits etc you need not suffer another day Two doses of the well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to Stormes drug store and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 There never was a surer way to get behind the bars than to stand too much in front of them A Testimonial from Old England I consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy the best in the world for for bronchitis says Mr William Say ory of Warrington England It has wifes life she having been bronchitis for ever six years being most of the time confined te her bed She is quite well Sold by R E McRoberts druggist s singing lot ageinfirmitieslack magnetismcompel resignationyounger butyou wanted onea prayed some one Godjudgment- and tomorrow Me- A nd Flower sufferer Dyspepsia Prostration savedmy matyr to I ht gin Want Tony Bail We want it good and we give you value received as is every bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin no matter tOe 50c or 100 as we guarantee it for Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble R E McRoberts druggist Some men would be perfectly happy if they had a Heel like a giraffe for a f vr fill T Mir 11 Osgood Mo Oct 28 181 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello 111 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 res pectfully Dr For sale by- RE McRoberts druggist Red lights are danger signals and it is not in accord with the eternal fitness of things that should be displayed in drug store windows and not in saloons I have been troubled with for ten years have tried many things and spent much money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all other medicines taken I eel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty years Anderson Riggs of Sunny Lane Tex Thousands have testified as did Mr Riggs F P Frisbie It is said that there is no for tastes but this does not apply to that dark brown taste a man the mornings 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 If you want to see a strong look at the whisky dealers if you want to see a weak one look at the consumers You will waste time if you try to cure indigestion or dyspepsia by yourself That only makes it worse when you do eat heartily You always need plenty of good food prop erly digested Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the resuit of years of scientific for something that would dr gest not only some elements of food out every kind And it is the one remedy that will do it FP Frisbie There are two bad things about cig arette smoking first the cigarette and second the fellow who smokes it life are Slashing Prices ON SHOES RIGHT and LEFT We are cutting the price to close out our stock of winter footwear to make room for spring and summer goodsWe absolutely MUST dispose of every pair ofthese goods NOW regardless of loss Its your op portunity to buy footwear CHEAP We are making prices to move the goods fast Come early and get first choice A vassar Kid Shoe with medium heel is the swellest thing out for Ladies fine wear We have a fine line of them in the new toes Ward Sympson T t 1 lOW Dont t GentlemenI Pepsin T Jones they Indigestion accounting basin organization research bit nil starving And a New Stock of NEW F2RM L 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 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 law prices We are Headquarters for Harness Romans Elmore Lancaster Ky v BUCKBOARD L rr ij j 3ri 7 a WE SELL r Ready Mixed Paint and Guarantee It Money refunded or house repaint ed if purchaser is not satisfied R McROBERTS Druggist CHANGE IN THE FIRM E iIII z The firm of Lillard Stout having been dissolved I will continue to conduct a FIRST CLASS DRUG and BOOK ESTABLISHMENT the old stand Please call and settle your account t T I r L 1 p h STOUTKENTUCKY NOW READY 1Ej We are back from the markets and are prepared to show the Handsomest Millinery 1 In Central Kentucky We have had much experience in buying and know M how to select the newest and prettiest patterns and fEJ also how to buy them at the right prices See our goods before buying elsewhere rpr D TIL UnMfn3M The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived jSeveral cities and towns have been 5 greatly damaged and many lives lost by 2 VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against 3loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind is storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD i WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line ofIMPORTED WALL PAPER Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job atthe lowest possble prices A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wird Deutch Gesprochen G BANZHAF Clerk I Ie J B IDANVIUE eo frlJ ilJ li1 ilJ81i11 r mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm E SE m themostVarnishesWindow J OHN wood 0 l E SAL LIE LETT 4 r r r i CAPITAL mtaLm I SURPLUS 50ttt J I MM LANCASTER KT ARDSHXT frnldeat BTOXHKS Vice Presides 8 C Darn CMkler J P SoBimoir JK R T BoaT Bookkeeper BDtlCTOS BuklDCoeknm JM 8yll a 4M B Monua W HIteMlrd NATIONAL BANK 8 B Ala LDeau I Ts49J TH e r Jixo Met Cukr ACZoblaea ORGANIZED POTS ramU OFLA101ITEJLJT Surplus Fnad 50000 10000 BUBI a ma Y LXATUL DMCTOM I BAn eattal K 1CMIIJeIJiIJrUAlliNatQD IVJNIOW 1US SOLICIT ariIwrz artsttewants- J HxIemaettrarp Lawn Vieatidep- B w0 Cads lI ziasBoek NINe JirYlspaTE4L 11w YLLYLr- YAit1 eL t JJ1ALEU EXPECTANT Discomfort and Danger gftiBBSBy where bothers not known or used 3- FS Comfort and9C7p where the virtues of MotherS eC Friend are known It is theoncand liniment in the world lhatby outward gfapplication robs childbirth terrors woman her friends of it whether needed now or not I NNIwfOe MOTHERS on1 ofits r s Mnthrr FrlNllt sot ail or nn sent Iy or price a 1 00 p r hon Ic 110 101 MOlhcrhOO l to an addr conta tIiDg 11ulblc Inormatin 1ftI- IIIJ OSUWdClS Every should to her nOFJEl3 REGULtTOR en Atlanta Ga YJWH W1u Wv WvW M is nv Druggists be express tail an rrcei t free volunt ty woman send it iris nds- T1ZE G A Swinebroad still has sows and pigs for sale If you have anything in the stocl line for sale sec G A Swinebroad I will exchange some good springers and fresh cows for ewes J C Slier For or three line sows and pigs Also some good springer cows G A Swinebroad G A Swinebroad will buy all kinds of live stock and has on hand at all times live stock for sale Win trade swap or barter tf Fou SALE One red yearling Polled Angus bull Address J C Siler Lan caster ap27tf WANTED Farm hand with family House and garden furnished Within two miles of town J C Silcr 22tf Five pounds of oats gives a horse as much as ten pounds of HayThere will be between 50000 and 100000 additional acres of land devo ted to rice culture in the South next yearWhen any animal is off its feed as the saying is and has no appetite it should be separated at once from the rest ot the stock and fed in such manner as is needed The Kentuckian says that good mules sold at 120 to 175 at P irisKy last Monday and that Fletcher Mann purchased of James Magowan of Montgomery county a pair of mules for S550 Mr John Coslow whose farm is on the Warwick road three miles from town had 150 worth of damage done to leis flock of sheep the other night by worthless dogs Out of his flock of twentylive not a single one escaped injury and a number were killed out right Ilarrodsburg Sayings A week or two ago Mr I C was offered 350 for his line team of sorrel horses but before the trade could be made one of the took sick and died This makes the 37th horse Mr James has lost since he has been in the livery busi ness Ilarrodsburg Sayings Secretary Horace Wilson of the Kentucky Breeders Association that 1370 mares have been named in the rich Kentucky value 821000 for foals of 1901 which closed March 15 109 less S SaleTwo nourishment carriage animals announces Futurity that r in the record breaking list of KOO Kentucky heads the list with f75 New York comes next with 147 02 Pennsylvania 85 Illi nois 82 Montana and so on The usually dry cold weather thro January February and March has de stroyed almost all the strawbery beds or made their growth so backward that the crop will be a failure in this locality Ilarrodsburg Democrat An owner of a stallion that enjoyed something of a State reputation sev eral years ago was mentioning the fast to a circle of acquaintances that he still owned the horse but that he was so poorly patronized as to be Turf Farm and Home Why exclaimed one of the listeners I thought that horse was dead years ago as I have not seen his name in print for so long a time Cows have a right to all of the good food that they will cat A certain amount of food is necessary to keep a cow alive says a writer in the Live Stock Journal The man who forgets this does not understand that the cow will take the advantage of him in self protection by appropriating the first food given her by nature If she has anything left over and above what is needed to do this well and good the surplus will go into the milk pailbut if not the dairyman must suffer the consequences of his own shortsighted policy The total visible and invisible sup ply of wheat in the granaries and warehouses of the United States is given in the last Government Crop llcportas 240000000 bushels Of this amount 28000000 bushels will be re quired for seed 110000000 for domes tic bread consumption and following recent figures 84000000 will be ex ported If this is true there will be in the country at July 1 only some 18 000000 bushels if every granary be swept clean and all the emptied to the last bushel That is a smaller supply than was ever reckon ed with on the date named We advise the use of fertilizer es pecially for hemp where the soil is in dined to be thin or unfertile It established fact that it will the sold of hemp and hemp seed nearly threefold Be careful in che purchase of fertilizer Buy only that which is highly concentrated and rich in potash and nitrogen 100 pounds is ample to the acre price would not be over 227 per 100 pounds Farmers using fertilizer land not as fertile as it should be to e 55 says increase I S Massachusetts unprofitable shoo t an of- i O6S SO far or five satisfaction a ARBUCKLESROASTED the kinds Gives more cups and bettercoffee to the pound than any of Ita many imitation Save the wranncra carh No other package cot fee such entire Costa only a more than to a or some useful Look for the list in cent common one entitles articleach package DeptNew 1 produce hemp will realize immense returns for the small investment of 275 per acre This fertilizer equally as good for Tobacco Dont buy any fertilizer unless ap analysis of Mr Scoville For analysis and best way to use write to C A Brent Lexington Ky You will miss a good thing if you dont try this LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAUKKT Total sales in this market last week was 1187 hhds against 2S5r buds on corresponding week of last year To tal receipts last week 4023 hhds against 1340 hhds for corresponding week last year llejections last week were JG3 buds 24 per cent of the sales against 20 per cent for week Of the total sales 3682 liluls were Burley and 505 were dark tobacco The Burley market this week may be quoted as irregular with occasional spasmodic high prices The receipts have increased materially and the offerings have been large The breaks this week have shown a rather larger proportion of good leaf than for the past two weeks These grades have met with a fairly acti2 demand and some good crop averages were made Colory types are still popular though common lugs and trash and the better grades of leaf have srld this week relatively better than the intermediate grades Red fillers have been about the most regular and stea dy in tone especially the medium short kinds There is no quotable change in common red lugs and trash Dark tobacco is about steady at quo tations The long rehandling leaf and the common to medium lugs have been strong but the medium grades have been slightly easier than last week All strictly regie kinds have been active and strong Civuxlit a Dreadful Cold Marion Kookc manager for T M Thompson a large importer of fine millinery at 1G5S Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late se vere 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 Cojgh for a serere cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quick ly 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 its merits For sale by R E McRob A Kliyme or IroKrcss Sing a song of progress Nothln like the past After all the darkness Light is brenkin fast Balance to your partners Hear the music roll Glory in the country And glory in your soul The nest Keinady for rheumatism Quick relief for pain All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain it affords When speaking of this Mr D Us 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 Chamber lains Pain Balm They it so highly that I bought a bottle 1 was soon relieved of all pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy for mus cular rheumatism in the market For sale by R E McRoberts druggist In this glorious land of the freeyou always have to pay for the drinks in order to get a whack at the free lunch 1 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 1 forgot I ever had any thing like Piles E C Boice Somers Point N Y Look out for imitations Be sure you ask for Do Witts F P FrisbieWhen a man nearly breaks his neck getting out of the way of a lightning bug supposing it to be the headlight of a locomotive it is time for him to sign the pledgeA Hint In our style of climate with den changes of tempture rain 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 resulting from this cause A bottle of Bos chees 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 75ets Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 t pro d druggistS I I which- I recommended I I itssud dayit directly auction preceding Remedy C I 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I j TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Anyone sending a sketch and description imaj our opinion Invention Is probably Communica tions on Patents lentffre Oldest for Patents taken through liunn It Co receives AmericanIllustrated Largest dreolation of my scientific Journal Terms 3 ayew four months f1 Sold by all Branca OSSoa OB E18i WuhlBtftQa 0 C goo Be t o Sdtnti Abandaomel weekl De taotlee charge In the Q3s1Btecdrnr New D t ECZEiiASITCH IS TORTURE Eczema is caused by an acid humor in the blood coming contact with the skiff and producing great redness and in form and discharge a thin sticky and scales off sometimes the skin is hard dry and fissured Eczema in form a tormenting stubborn disease and the itching and at times are almost unbearable the acid burning humor seems to ooze out and set the on fire Salves washes nor other applications do good for as long as the remains in the blood will keep the skin irritated BAD FORM OF TETTER fluidwhich external real is For three years I had Tetter on hands which caused them to swell to twice their natural size Part of the time the disease was in the form of run much discomfort Four doctors said the Tetter had progressed too far to could do nothing for me I only three bottles of S S S and was completely cured was years painful i and I have never S S S neutralizes this acid coolsthe blood and restores itto a healthy natural state and the rough unhealthy skin becomes soft smooth clear cures Tetter Ery sipelas Psoriasis Salt v Rheum and all skin j diseases due to a pois oned condition of the blood Send for our book and write us about your case Our physicians have made these diseases a study and can by their advice we make no THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA Iouk Well to the Slietii In the spring sheep need careful attention Lambs drop then and some of the ewes may be a little feeble and should have extra care There should be a room provided to be used as a hospital any weak or ailing ones may 1 taken for better care and more Il if needed Just b ii Jambs drop clip any filthy tag Us from the udder and escutcheon ui to the tail While sheep require consider able care to grazing time it is no more work with 100 sheep than with four or five cows or 100 hens Mid land JVever Satisfied Mr Schwab the head of the new steel trust has made 50000000 the past 20 years t And yet re marks the Chicago TimesHerald there probably are moments when his heart is full of bitter disappointment The Ganges is 1570 miles long and drains an area of 750000 square miles since any sign of my old L Ii McGee St Kansas Mo on J correspondenceis whO farmer during A Uer I seen trouble Ma3 JActtso e1414 City feeding Lois LOCAL TIMETABLES J Mixed passes Lancaster 11 15 AH Mixed 335 p si- Passgr 252 A v- Southbnd 1223 AM Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE Number 10 Daily except Sunday 603 nm Number 6 Daily Stop pm Number 4 D ily Flag 356 Number 2 stops when flagged 414 pm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stons when paged 1146 am Number Daily ilia am Number Daily Sunday 755 pm Midnight 1142 pm SORTII atm Number 3 110 South bnd North bnd North bud I EOcND 1a1 J UTE CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efct July 151900 It STATIONS S KOa m 6 550pmWinchesterMtSterliyg 1225 nn 9tpm a0 ArWashington SlOpm Philadelphia 705pm i 1240un 905pm STATIONS Philadelphia 1020am 7 31 pin 2 15pin 11 10pm 712am 01 Winchester ArLexington S lam 5 10pm 7 00am 3 30pm 800pm Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone GEOWBARNEYnpA LEXINGTON KY EASZ J O 650 am Ito15 am VTS OtJN S OOum UOpm ton 4 Wpm 550am 7 S7um 4 r 245pm 11 Lt Louisville Nen York LyNett turk 5 Yam dlOam Lancaster 1 Ww ks ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGTJIKE the most fatal of all L lJ DISEASES ar I ad1E diseases 8tKIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 5Cic and 100 Election Notice A meeting will be held at the Iron Bridge on New Danville JIayJlJOlfor the purpose of directors for the Dix River Lancaster Turnpike Road Co to serve the ensuing year The election will be held 10 oclock it in Muller Irest 6 KINNAIRD INSURANCE Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brookjyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile The cheap store in the corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel build ing his brought in a fine stock of new and second hand CLOTHING FINE SHOES GOODS We also have a full line ol slight ly used household Furniture antI Carpets The goods will be sold at the Lowest Prices Come and see us when in town STORE Cheapest Place in Town o Sue W Followin etna Life Ins Go gf Hartfor Gonn FURNISIIING CINCINNATI electing loS ell U S North- East SUNDAY Rates and Special Trains I Round Trip To CINCINNATI Season opens Sunday Apl 21 1901 Excursions from points a s far south a s Somerset Special train enters Grand Central Depot Leave Junction City 6 a m See Small Bills or ask Ticket Agents for Particulars- W C BINEAKSON Passgr Apt Cincinnati i I I m Gen Real Estate Agents 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 have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale with us We will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us No 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for a Doctor or Merchant and very convenient onestory frame house has four rooms hallway 3 verandas and a kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new 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 lccation in every particular This property is cheap and will go quick No 3 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster to item No 2 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in excellent neighborhood building site good and commanding Price low Terms to suit purchaser No 4 Farm of 52 Acres about four miles from Lancaster on Middle Fork of Sugar Creek known us the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultiva tion 20 acres of good tobacco or hemp land tile 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 2 miles from Lancaster on the Sugar Creek pike rich and productive 55 acres under cultiva tion 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp landbrings fine wheat and corn remainder tn grassStock water in abundancesufficient through out last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruiting whole place under good fence cottage regidence barn ice house and all necessary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well we want for it No 6 Farm Of 60 Acres 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 rgoi 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 8 large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda handsomely finished in side and conveniently constructed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and 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 J Nice residences are building all around this property in this location is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancaster Ky on North side of Avenue known as the old Franklin Institute property Lot is 148 feet front on Danville Avenue and 198 feet in depth House is a twostory frame building large commodious and conveniently arranged in every particular has 16 rooms hall way kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stair ways rooms large and house well ventilated House has bet n 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 abou 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 i 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 LawOflice orer Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record oilice r DAVIDSON t we Anew summer adjacent worthwhat in Rockcastle allother Danville r R L Davidson O R 5 LAAM1- r i t4 room t property y NOTICE All persons claims against the es tate of tits Mrs Celia Conn them properly verified with me t attorney W I Williams Lancaster Ky before May 20 1JOl S D Cochran 4183t Admr of Celia Conn C COW 5- J SOJA BEANS are two of the most profitable crops farmers can for grain and soil improving Other seasonable seeds need A are Seed Corn Millets Velvet Ueans AV or Cane Broom Corn Kaffir VA Corn Buckwheat Rape Etc A We carry the Largest and Best col Z about alt be Mailed us a the Seeds you f LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Ky or lilY on or iI t PEAS Z fie Jsow e fie J tI leetfon of Seeds to the Vest including Vegetable Field and Flower Seeds OUR CATALOGUe gives full IIt t FREE providing you mention this paper II- Ita t and well quote low prices y i SIUbbS CO 8EBD lSEN a a hating Manse AND c Central Grass Information Wood TOWN PROPERTY Monday May 27 1901 publicly defore the court house door in tancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Sitnoted on Danville and Lexington streetsProperty is In good repair located antivery made known on dayof sale J A SLAUGHTER Arty persons having claims against said Mrs E will present them to me properly evrilied before March 1M1 NOTICE- To hear Proof on Claims Cox Garrard Circuit Court Jno M Hisginbotham Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar rird Circuit Court made at Its March term 1901 in the above case the undersigned Master Commissioner will hold daily sittings in his office in Lancaster Garrard county Ky beginning with this date and sit day to until the 10th day of June 1901 to hear proof on claims against decedents estate All persons having claims will present them and proven prescrib ed limit or thev become Given under my hand this 9th day of April 1901 JNOW Mi LRci 4 411 8 t Master Circuit Cour enter r Pill ComrGarrard l j t Mary C vs