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Entered ct the Poet Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clots Matter LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 2 1901 ONE DOLLAR A i ttOot 3LOUIS LANDRA1f Publisher YEAR r Iu cnttnt l7dtBER- TjPEL8r1i FEt1t j i i j 1 l CORN PJJlNlEUS 10and f Onc1ioss SUPERIOR nISG 1I See our rsr IH CULTIVATOR W J ll1L1 J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors CULTIVATORS CORN PLANTEQ- t t M L Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward They USE the BEST I ZIMMER the BAKER uses WARDS FLOUU and the fol lowing dealers sell I Currey j B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co j J J Barton Co R Underwood Frank Lackey I F Owens I We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter flour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BITES the Miller You Are Going North If You Are Going South if You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS THC ull Line of 00000000 I I I I i I I IRAS1 L I I I I via o440b0x0000400004400400000 1 it- T J 1 I000000000 000000ooooaoooo0- 0f touistnuE a NASHVILLE M R r y4 ANB S 8CCUKS The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information wiO- j f P ATMOHE Or by be cleerfuliyfuraished by s P z4 cam w Loot vILss itrt 2 THE HOME NEWS S r i w A I Garden Seed at currey i Window Shades on rollers at lOc up Ward Sympson If you want the best Coffee on the market go T Currey Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati Queen Crescent Route May 5th Let us show you a line of Carpets The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and seesam pies Remember we can save you from one to four dollars on harness Ilo mans El more Our 50c shirts are as good as any shirts you will buy in Lancaster at 75 cents II T Logan Hemp Seed A few good cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 2t The best summer corsets on the market at correct prices Ward Sympson No drunks in town Monday the fact that the was never more favorable for taking on a jag When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are it Miner Son Good Coal I have plenty of lirstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kern per Bro Russell Ncel Rev R R Noel of Stanford has called to preach twice a month for the Baptist congregation at Berea Stanford Journal Commencing Monday April 29th our line of Rio Colfee will lOc Ib Standard Granulated Sugar 18 lbs for 1 This sale will last two weeks on Blue Grass 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 The minstrel show at the Opera Ilouse Monday night was well The boys gave a much better show than on the previous occasion Dan Jones of London was on hand and made some delightful music with his mandolin Low Bates to Louisville Account May Music Festival will be sold at one fare for the round trip from all points on the Queen Crescent Route Williams town soot Somerset May 13th and 14th Ask Ticket Agents for full particu lars 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 attention to paper hanging mar21tf Milton Sneed When you ask for Wards flour and the grocer offers something else just as good you may know it is npt for we are right here can him promptly if he is out and be offers other flour because he bought t but White Swan and Gilt Edge are as cheap as any firstclass flour so take no substitute Bates the Miller Serious Runaway While coming in Danville street yesterday morning the horse driven by Will Blackerby and Jim Jones frightened and ran away Jones was thrown out in front of the black smith shop but Blackerby held to the reins until the animal crashed into a large telephone pole at the Park fence The cart was reduced to splinters and Mr Blackercy badly cut and bruised The horses neck was broken and its head mashed in It lived but a few minutes New Telephone Directory This office has just printed a new telephone directory for this place In its perusal it will be observed that quite a number of toll stations thro out the county have been merged with the Lancaster exchange and thrown open forthe convenience of all Many other toll stations have been made free to subscribers The manager contracted for 75 new poles which will be put in use as fast as they can be installed in town and county Itis the ultimate aim of the company to do away with toll station system in county limits and throw them all into exchange Toll would be collected for points outside of county as in the past I to Ward Sympson notwithstanding weather using goat y Gl err attended Tickets Special I bE- came i tYV v v r ywjs C C been C theE 1 i R ar i is jj Seed potatoes of all kinds atT J T Currey is headquarters for Sweet Potatoes A nice line of of glass and ware at T Curreys Scrim for window curtains oc per yd up Ward Sympson All the novelties of the season in hats II T Logan Hungarian and millet seed are the best and cheapest Blue Grass Grocery We have just received a new line of Mattings this week The Logan Dry Goods Co A few more patches have been put on the Public Square It looks like a crazy quilt Our 12 and 15 suits for men are the nobbiest ever shown in Lancaster for the money II T Logan W A Traylor wants two or three thousand bushels of wheat Apply to him at Gilberts Creek Cincinnati is in Spring attire now the time to visit the Queen City Low rate excursion Sunday May 5th Queen Crescent Route Shingles Shingles i Just received two carloads Poplar and Cypress Shingles to 325 per thousand R G Ward You can save thirtythree and one third per cent by buyingyour Carpets Rugs Furniture Mattings Window Shades Ect of W W Withers at Stanford Ky The Richmond Military Band will give a big minstrel show at Paint Lick tomorrow Friday night The show was recently given in Richmond and was pronounced firstclass News was received here last week of the death of Mrs P W Spencer which occured in Kew Albany The family have many friends here who extend sympathy We were unable to learn the particulars Attention School Children We will pay for the best of a black cat Must be ten or more contestants See our card in show window The Logan Dry Goods Co Theyre Few and Far Between The good iiatured man always takes things as they comesays an exchange If it rains he does not storm and be gin to take immediate measures to prevent it but gets out of the lets it fall Buffalo Bills Wild West And Congress of Rough Riders of the World will show at Lexington May 8th Reduced rates from all points on the Queen Crescent Route between Junction City and Williams town Ask Ticket Agents for Its Dead Easy On the train we noticed a preacher distributing a slip of paper on which was printed the important question Where will you eter nity Stanford Democrat Had the parties been on Capt K C train it would have been an easy question to answer as to both time and 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 Sunday Morning Fire The ringing of the fire alarm morning caused many bath tubs to he hastily vacated and created much confusion on our usually quiet streets The cause was the burning of the roof of Mr Jake Josephs idence The fire was extinguished with a few buckets of water but some of the more dragged much furniture out and tore up things gen erally The damage is small Mr Joseph is very thankful to those who came to his assistance and asks THE RECORD to so state Bob Patterson Dead Bob Patterson one of the most widelyknown colored men in Lancas ter died Friday night He had been suffering from heart trouble for several months and this caused his death Bob had been working at the X Lancaster Flour Mills for a great many years and was one of the best and most reliable hands about the place He was a man of fine sense and looked after the machinery at the millswith as much skill as could a professional millwright Everybody knew Bob and all were very fond of him He was a thoroughly honest darkey and had the respect of all He was fortynine years old and leaves a wife V Curreys Seed q eens I mar21 tf Prices 100 picture particulars Prices eterni Lyn Sunday t S l gL50 wand r excited ay est El at in et as in to Wash silks waists all col ors at Joseph r- x Try Liptons Fine Tea at Blue Grass Grocery v Top Notch Flour is extra goon Try it only 55c at Blue GrassGrocery s See our Mens all wool suits at better ones at 750 II T Logan About twentyfive persons took in the 150 excursion to Cincinnati Sun sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places We have the best Home Made Bup gies in central Kentucky Romans Excellent communications from Hammack and Judson are crowded out this week The hot sun has brought out the last years straw hat lire streetcor ner loafer and garden truck There will be preaching at the Methodist church on next Sunday at 11 a m No preaching at night Talk about your 5c corn we have it and its good Good people say so Ward Sympson Seed Corn Pure yellow seed corn for sale Apply to II A B Marksbury and Son 5000 Transplanted Cabbage Plant And anything else you want in the flowering or vegetable plant line at the Lancaster Greenhouse Hemp Seed H A B Marksbury Son have a few bushels of choice hew Cultivated hemp seed for sale Call and see them tf It is said a Richmond man sent the following note to his family physician My wifes mother is at deaths door Please call and see if you cannot pull her through To make old furniture look new use Japalac in all oak ivory oxblood cherry green and black in cans 25c and up Thompsons ap182t Charge 5t The only advertising some people get is the inscriptions on their tomb stones And the marble cutter char ges at the rate of so much per lyin Hawesville Plaindealer We furnish wall paper ready to put on the wall We can please you in both style and price Dont forget we have the largest stock Central Kentucky J A Beazley Co Low Rates to Lexington Account Grand Commandery Knights Templars the Queen Crescent Route will make greatly reduced rates from all points on May 14th and 15th good to return until 17th Ask Tick Agents for full particulars Good Fits Guaranteed- I will have an experienced man to take measures for suits this season Fits and quality guaranteed Prices low as the lowest Several hundred samples from three of the best tailor ing houses in America See me before buying M D Hughes Another to Hans at Danville Eugene Montgomery a negro who his child in order to get 35 insurance on its life was given the death penalty in the Boyle circuit court Tuesday The against the negro for murdering a policeman has been taken to the court of appeals and we presume this will be also There to be firstclass hang ing in these without the usual delays BacK to Ills First Lore Stanford Democrat Mr Joe Fran cis Sr and family will move in a few days to the 8000 farm he purchased recently of Mr Jarvis in Garrardtwo miles from Lancaster on the Buckeye pike The people here dislike to see such an excellent family leave our community but they came over from Garrard a little over a year ago and the people of that county when they leave as is the case with those who move away from Stanford always get back as soon as possible Long Distaste Telephone The U S Telephone Company has about completed its arrangements for putting up a long distance copper me talic circuit from Lexington to Knox ville The line will run through Nicholasville Lancaster Mt Vernon Williaunsbjrg and Jellico The pole lines of the local companies the above territory will be used by the U S people who only maintain wires running them into exchanges already existing They furnish no phones the local companies doing that When this circuit is completed Lancaster people will be able to talk throughout central and northern Kentucky Ohio Indiana Fennsylva nla West Virginia and other states 0 I dayCurrey wh1t and colorswalnut mahogany Fo trimmed case caSes Knoxville dire well as topoints 4 lb for shit 60cts J 4a more C a4 t 4 A co A pair Ladies Slippers for 82 at Ward Symplons The boys are trying to organize tie brass band and we believe its a go Perfection suits for boysand chil II T Logan Queen Crescent Route to Cinch nati Low rate Excursion next Ward Sympson have an elcgan line of Childrens Misses and Ladles Slippers Sunday Excursion Queen Ores cent Route May 5th 125 round trip to Cincinnati When you want a pair of shoos you will save money by posting yourself at Ward Svmpsons Always on top in quantity and quality and at the buttons in prices T Currcy Hemp Seed j A few good cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 2fc If you want to buy shies come to a shoe store to buy them where you can find all kinds all styles and all prices H T Logan I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will the highest price in cash or groceries TCurrey We have the best of Buggies Phaetons and ever seen in Lancaster Our prices the lowest Romans Elmore W Withers of Stanford sells Furniture Carpets and Wall Paper The place to buy these goods is where they are kept in stock and prices like they were for sale 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 Well Known hero Capt W II Kirby the wellknown conductor who formerly ran on the L and X between Richmond and Row land has embarked in the horse sale business at Paducah Just Received One car of Cypress Shingles We bought these shingles at a bargain and can sell them at 8325 per thousand our regular price being 8350 J S Miner Son Take Notice As I have sold my livery stable it is important tint you cal at once and pay your account with as business must be closed Without de lay This notice is intended for all who are on my books W B Burton Bee Keepers iTo 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 Stone Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or rights for sale 44tf A Curiosity Mr J M Fowler of the Paint Lick neighborhood brought in a chicken Monday that had two necks four succeed in raising the yellow legged kind with four legs he knows he will get rich the first Methodist camp meeting that is held New Switch Board Our local telephone people have just closed a contract with a Chicago house for a new 200 drop switch board and g other appliances to meet their fast increasing business They have also bought a thousand feet of cable for crossing the Public Square to reach their new office which will be located Stormes occupying J1 three rooms The new outfit will be to none in the state New poles are being put up in town and out on all pikes leading therefrom and over the entire system where needed War ners generator aquick ringing device will be among the additions to the exchange Mounts the Tripod jLexington Ashbrook g Frank who recently returned to this city after an absence of about two JE yesterday closed an arrange ment by which he becomes Business Manager of the Messenger a weekly paper devoted to the interest of the v Christian church Mr Frank has many friends in this city who wish him the success which he is sure to ffi have in the management of this paper j He is well fitted for such a connection as he does from a family of late Elder J C Frank of Lancaster having been an eminently successful preacher and his elder brother Frank being equally successful Mr Frank is himself graduate of Ken tucky Univeftity and after gadua lion he was professor of English in a college in Texas 250 I Sunday largestand stock Road Vngons V bushels combination me i drug store in respect and second Ask HeraldMr Christian preachers his father the R G I the fir S n Z S C pay trr C C S territory perfectly r above stclass every years F Col W P Walton of Stanford TIlE RECORD representative had pleasant chat with ExGov Wm O Bradley who has been at home for several days During the conversation the subject of Col W P Waltons candidacy for Railroad up and the governor said I have known Mr Walton since energy unquestionable courage and firstclass executive ability Encoun tering many seemingly insurmounta fortune by publishing a country At times he appealS bitter as a writer but I have never known him to do any man an injustice that he has not been brave enough to it nor have I ever known him however great the threatened danger to retract what he knew to be true He is not a vindictive man but endued with a kindly heart and impulses Asa friend he can always be relied on I believe if one of Waltons friends were deserted by every human being in the world ex is as honest as the days are long NO accusation has ever been made his integrity Should he be the State would have the services a Commissioner- came inStanford accomplishedthe newspaper acknowledge byhimaffect- ing elected generous would stand by the rights of the and protect them from every wrong he would not allow himself to he made a partisan tool to inaugurate or carry out a senseless persecution of the railroads and thus impair their usefulness and the substantial of best interests of the countryI somthing concerning his fidelity and ability as an official lIe was appointed by me as one of the Trustees of the Houses of Reform and Kentucky owes him a debt of gratitude for the faithful and capable way in which he discharged his duties Notwithstanding he received no re muneration he worked as earnestly as if a large salary were being paid and to him and his worthy associates on the Board is due in a large degree the credit of having rescued Kentucky from the semibarbarism of a century so far as her youth were concerned I know but one thing about Col Walton that is not as it should be and that is his politics but those who agree with him should give him special credit and no one who differs with him should condemn him 011 that account for it is beyond his power to b3 any thing else I painstakingpeo- ple advancement Wlj irll fJfffff YJ Jflm j CLr Line Of o S c t I CLUTHING 0Mclis boys aild- ChuIdrells II Up To Date I III Complete and cAES= Yes we have Complete Lines of SHOES for Men Boys La dies and Chil dren i COME SEE OUR STYLES and LEARN OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY The Dry Co I s I Lagan e m o Goods e r Y l t 5 ml 1 f I I If f A AI INDARTICllilAH i I NenI rIO it J C a RUEJIDS CUSTOMERStry We absolutely believe that the lieighth our ambition has been realized It has been our aim and determination to some day offer the people of Lancaster Garrard and surrounding counties a line ofClothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods surpassing all others in beauty elegance and design and at 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 dreamed you would see We challenge the whole combination of 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 you to give us your business Our Mens Ali Wool Suits at 500 are the best ever shown in Central Kentucky for the money L fully C ib fl t t 8i t impel I t 4 A AA Ar V P3jI oft r x 4 t 19 p 1i and worked that successfully on jaek leg politicians twould be a godsend to the state TUB May Ladies Home Journal tells of a minister writing his sermons in his sleep We do not think the preacher should be censured for this as the chances are that ninetenths of his congregations sleep through delivery of the discourses A TViscoxsix preacher declares that sure as he lives there is no devil THE RECORD will add that as sure as he dies he will have a devil of a time explaining his fool talk to St Peter TilE Kentucky Laundrymen will meet in Lexington this month Its strange they would select a town where so little is known of water PAINT LICK A B Estridge is building another store room Moore Champ are enlarging their store house Mrs Mary Ralston sold a nice mare to J L Kinnard for 100 Billy West bought a good family mare from Richard Aldridge for 75 Letcher Wearen organized several Buffalo lodges while in Cincinnati last week Miss Jennie Parks has returned from Texas where she has been on a protracted visit D C Pullins and Burnam Ledford will go to Virginia in a few days to sell the patent bee hive When you come to the show Friday be certain to stop at the Veranda Ho tel get a good meal and your horse fed well Mrs Gallic Smith who has been con fined to her bed for several months is able to ride out Dare Ilervey has been quite sick Sam Miller of color lost his crib and fifteen barrels of corn by fire It is the supposition that it caught from a passing train The Richmond band minstrels will perform here Friday night May 3rd warehouse Twenty star artists and orchestra Street parade at five oclock Paint Lick is fast going to the front Mr J V Logan superintendent of our mill is a man of enterprise he is making arrangements to supply our town with water with power from the mill So it is a fact that we will have water works here soon A little more space and a few more men like Mr Logan and Paint Lick will be at the head of the list of thriving towns You are much more liable to dis ease when your liver and bowels do not act properly DeWitts Little Early Risers remove the cause of dis PP Friable at rna Ie I corn Beazleys Cease r t 4S Our Suits at 750 and 1000Stump all competition They are perfect well tailored suits such that any man might wear with dignity suits that are the very first time they are put onand that continue to satisfy till they are worn out Perfect suits thats the kind Our 8750 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 priceWE WE KNOW that we have the Best and 15 l Suits on the Market These suits would easily pass for 2000 suits But we were bound to have the best r or fitting satisfactory l AQ1i iI BELIEVEVE 1250 1 Men s ti y liKYAKTSVILLE We are glad to report the sick in this community better A large crowd attended the sale of Mr James King on last Saturday The family will leave immediately for Bur Mr Everett Parks who is now a drummer spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr Richard Brat ton and wife spent Sunday in ter Sunday was a line day for new buggies There were seven out at this place Mr Thomas Kuhlman and wife spent Sunday at Camp Nel son Robert Jennings and wife of Paint Lick spent Sunday with parents Joe Ilaselden and little daughter Sallie spent Thursday with Mr Jaclson who has been quite ill but is now able to be moved to his home in Danville Mrs Connie Harp and Mrs J M Rogers of Danville spent Tuesday with Mrs Ilaselden Mr Tames Adams of lIt Vernon was with friends here a few days last week Mr T S Ham and son spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Porter Dunn PREACHERSVILLE J B Ilutchins has moved into his new house Born to the wife of Mr Jack a little girl A Carl King James and Faulker Ken nedy all have measles J C Hayden sold five cows and calves Saturday for S3250 per head Master Sam Payne has been sick for some time though he is better at this writing Mr Billie Ballard is very sick at his home near here and it is feared he vial not get up Mr Swinebroad and T C Siler of Lancaster were in our village a few days ago looking for stock to buy W P Grimes has been feeding his cattle cotton seed meal for abut forty days and he says it beats anything for cattle Mr Dave Thompson has gone to II linois to stay for awhile though I think when he considers the opportu nities he had at home lie will return Our school has closed for this term but we hope to see it open in beptem bet and by the citizens pulling to that end it will open again otherwiss it will open at some other point F F Cummins and wife was visit ing their uncle W TPherigo and Sunday W of Brod head was at home first of the week Frank Thompson made a business trip to Livingston last week Judge James White of Mt Vernon is visit ing relatives at this place Willie Rigsby who has been time is able to be out again ne gill- Ie Sutton family C Pettus sick Lane 4 farso f as c 1250 and 1500 to be had anywhere and were 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 latest style in youug mens suits Rough Fabrics Cheviots Serges Vorsteds in many new and snappy paterns Young mens suits at 84 5 756 10 oo and 1200 The stamp of Perfection is on every suit Mothers See Our Perfection Suits for Boys I is that Mother knows more ilr iss clothing than a dozen average men an for this reason we always gladly welcome 1 q j p V t 1 Ii act about- c T r h of of a er Of ed ed Mr Ebb Dickerson made a business trip to Louisville this week where spent several lays in replenishing his stock of merchandise The youngest child of Henry wid wife died last Wednesday eve ring and was interred in the Chapel burying ground Thursday Miss Minnie Hill entertained the following couples Sunday evening Misses Lular and Beatrice Simpson Ida and Willie Pierce Pauline Foster Carrie Brown and Cordelia Ray Mess Loyd Davis John Brown AlthaAgeo Mike Forbes Pick Saunders and Robert BroaddusL B Ray of Sccrests School Kirksville spent from Satur day til Monday with his parents Misses Minnie Hill and Carrie Brown eccompanied by John Brown Jr vis iced Misses Elsie and Bertha Brown of Kirksville this week John Fain storekeeper and ranger rone was with his sister Mrs Joseph Ray the last of the week Mr Fain is one of Garrards prominent young men having graduated while quite a youth attending school for sometime as postgraduate and has since adher ed closely to business as either book keeper teacher or storekeeper MT HEBRON Master Zerial Montgomery is very low with pneumonia We are enjoying this beautiful weather to the greatest extent Mesdames Lucy Montgomeiy and Sarah Duncan are on the sick list Mr J M Vanderpool sold a nice span black horses a few days ago Price 300Rev J 1 Wills was called for pastor lIt Hebron church Saturday by large majority We had a young lady in our midst Sunday who told us her favorite flow was Sweet William Guess who The good sisters of Mt Hebron have completed quilt for the benefit the church The amount made on the quilt was 3320 Every one seem willing to lend a helping hand Rev Benjamin Urton of Wilmore preached three very interesting setmons for us Saturday and Sunday We were all much pleased to have Bro Urton with us as he was ordain for a minister by this church and our old friend Mrs Ella Gammons of Burgin spent last week with her parents Mr and tars G A Bruce Miss Lena Rogers of Stanford and Mrs Alice Clark of Danville were the guests of C Miss A E Scott Saturday and Sunday Messrs J Adams and Curbie Bar low of Sycamore Valley attended preaching here Sunday UCI EYE Noels of Ty tll I Tea gain tor jj of HUBBLE L B Underwood sola some seed corn Garrard parties Monday J J Embry lost seven calves and Henry Hester one during the big snow last week Born to the wife of Mr John fee a girl both baby and mother are doing nicely The little son of Mr James Wilmot who has been so ill with pneumonia is improving rapidly W II Rlgney sold some hogs to Morgan at 5c per lb and delivered them at Lancaster Elder A R Moore will fill the pul pit at the Christian church here at 230 oclock Sunday school at 130 p m The prayer meeting at the church in which the young have taken great interest in is doing nicely large crowd attended Sunday night Mr Will Perkins and wife visited Mrs J last week M iss Hattie Raney and Miss Lucretia Un derwood spent Tuesday with Mrs W Underwood Miss Dannie is visiting Myrtle Miller Mr S T McGuire of Lancaster ited his cousin Cleveland McGuire Saturday night Ernest Richard son of Ford is spending a few days with his grandmother Mrs James Tudor Mrs Annie Holtzclaw visit ed Mrs G C Givens Saturday Ben and Mayme Underwood of Iledgeville spent Sunday evening with Miss Eva McKechnie Misses June and Daisy McGuire with Miss Flonnic Ham monds John Unrtenvood and wife visited in Garrard Sunday John Robinson has been on the stck list STONE Mr Phoenix Dunn remains very ill Mrs T L Saunders lost a valuable work mule Sunday night Several from here attended preach ing at Mt Hebron Sunday Rev Meldrum will fill his appoint ment at Scotts Fork Sunday Simpson bought of L L San ders some corn at 3 per barrel L M Crutchfield bought of Mose Masters six barrels of corn at 250 Per barrel Hauley Sunday Willie Raney and family of Pleasant Hill spent Sunday with Mat Folger and family Last week was fine weather on the farmers and most of them took ad vantage of it Mr W J Baxter of North Brooks says he suffered with piles for fif teen years He tried many with no results until he used De Witch Hazel Salve that quickly cured him ii J is f ies its heto Sunday Christian C Eubanks Elijah tithe N F P Frlsbie lIe t reined YI and fey mothars to our store Our Spring Clothing for Children is so attractive that it is easily way ahead of any display ever made in Lan caster Ve 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 is positively full to overflow ing with the very latest styles in Ladies and Mens fine footwear at astonishingly low prices buy our slices 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 5oc Si and 150 We have the latest and newest patterns were never as wen 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 11 e ilO i t Iii it I Ve i t 1 i 1 i Ve J i y 1 11 y 4 Hats for everybody alfkinds all styles and all Hosiery Our Spring Neckwear is Stylish I SS rhe OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher i VF P i OC OC i f I I r T mL 0 G t r R i BI ir Oil II lIg- ti12 tr rA f t iIJ a 1ft 1 dI f T f gt 1 If 1 s If I JIt t IT fj IJ z a t 1C 2i l prYbundlerKYJ1 b o 3 s v i v A A A Ai AfA A t A lia A li l Ali t A 4i sci 4 ii A 4 loot d 4 4 Ali j 4 l 4 li ss 1 A i y Of of is he a re CENTRAL An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDKAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May 2 1901 TILE dirtiest piece of political work in recent years was the turning of ExGovernor W O Bradley district judgeship Every one knows that Mr Bradley has done more hard work for the republican party than any man in its ranks and the failure to reward him shows a littleness that is disgusting in the extreme The fact of the matter is that a lot small horses who have been brought to the front by 3Ir Bradley now think they are as great a man as lie and if they can get him out of the way they will eat all of the fat Those responsible for his turndown have hanged themselves with their own rope and it will not take a thousand years for them to discover their towns in the state are taking active steps toward abating the sale of cocaine morphine and other simi mar drugs This dope as it is call ed is causing more trouble and deaths than king alcohol brings in twice the same length of time In some towns it is almost impossible to hire cooks or other servants so great has become the use among that class of the peo pIe A whisky drinker will up times but a dope fiend is a nuisance not only to self but to all those about KENTUCKY will have no exhibit or take part in the great PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo The grand old state has been given such a dose of politics during the recent years that interest in her public weIfars has faded away She is wagging along at the tail end of the and will continue to do so until she rids herself of a few thousand 2x4 politicians who work the machinery entirely for their own sweet selves we want is more business and less politics THE Winchester Democrat tells one of its wealthy citizens who known as being very close in money matters that he is suffering for want of sleep Several knights ago dreamed of giving away a large sum of money and the memory of the dream has distressed him so much that he is afraid to go to sleep again THE Viceroy at Canton effected Theme which it is believed will in the killing off of at least 3000 roobers during the summer If this scheme could be brought to Kentucky RECORD mistake constant almost procession suIt dot MAN l sobers itne l rat b t e BOURNE Mr A D Upton and wife of Station visited Mr Job Marsee Sunday Mrs John Hill of Danville visited Mrs Jonah Marsee Saturday and Sunday lIrs Mary Thomas of your city visited Mr Jonah Marsee and wife Sunday Mrs Rice Benge and daughter Nary visited Mrs J W Grimes Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tames Prather visited Mrs Ed Owens Sunday Mr J T friends here Sunday Mr Kinnaird Warner and wife and little son Joe Tlolmer of McCreary visited MrJB Bourne and family Saturday and Sun day Salter ITam of Jessamine vis ited John P Ham and family last week DeWitts Little Early Risers rearch the remotest parts of the bowels and remove the impurities speedily with no discomfort They are famous for their efficacy Easy to take never gripe F P Frisbie Some men are born great and some have to be elected Skin affections will readily disappear using DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Look out for counterfeits If you get DeWitts you will get good results Itis the quick and positive cure for piles F P Frisbie The man who itches for fame is us ually kept scratching Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup 1 quick Iy secured a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure giving her three doses The croup was mastered and our little darling speedily recovered Se writes A L Spafford Chester Mich F P Frisbie A politician will shake your one minute and pull your leg the next Try the new remedy for costiveness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed Price 25c For sale by R E McRob erts Druggist When a man has greatness thrust upon him it doesnt usually take him very long to get rid of it Billiousness is a condition charac terized by a disturbance of the diges organs The stomach is debilita the liver torpid the bowels con stipated There is a loathing of food pains in the bowels dizziness coated tongue and vomiting first of the un digested or partly digested food and then of bile Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets allay the of the stomach and create a healthy appetite They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and reg ity ulate the bowels Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result For sale by R E McBob erts Druggists Faulkner Up t n visited- S hand disturbances I t a T f f Season EAGLE BIRD 1101 boo in also by for St the SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bml Is a seal brown IB hantls high heavy mane and tail Mlijtlie Great HE EAGLE whiner of 10 Bine Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before mares He will make the season at Thoa L lluuphmaus place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to tare a Lirai Colt Will also stand a firstclass male Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Baughman Danville Ky French Coach Stallion Quasi No French Coach Horse Stud Book of America in KepuMIque Francaise Hartij Nation anxXol2SG3 Winner prize at National Universal Exposition Paris 1S7 and in len competing with over CO stallions Imported by M II Tichener it Co of Chicago in 1S03 Color bay with small star black points iri hands high weighs in working orderpounds foaled April 23 1S94 Bred by M Commune of Hub ersville department of Lamorchi got by the government stallion Franse dam Chaimnntl LeDard Second dam by Revolution Will make the present season of 1931 at my farm y miles from Stanford on Hustonvillo pike at 1000 the season money due when service Is rendered or J1500 to insure a living colt Mares kept at 50c per week on grass Personal attention given but no responsibility accidents Dorsey Golddust 12052 Frail brother to Estelle 2t J Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 4100 by Golddust 150 by Vermont 3Iorgon dam by Zalcadi an imported Arabian Dorsey Golddusts dam Is Florence by Miugo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan him an intensely inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides best family of road horses known Dorsey Golddnst is a dark bay full 16 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for harness and saddle and are in demand at top prices Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford At 10 To Insure A Colt Mares kept at 50c per week No responaibll for accidents or escapes The best of attention given F REIDStanford or Danville Kyi preS- ent 2127 of first Y Lemeland or l making personal 1 r Golden J Sailor Hats i A big lot of Sailors Just received at NOEL SISTERS 3 jI mmmmmnmmmn mnnu e A iol11 1 llllllllldlllU l111IIIIIUJlIdd llllUN JSIINldIlllllll Alll Where the Home Have Visited 0 Mr and Mrs R Zimmer spent in Stanford Mrs M Hobbs is bookkeeper at the telephone exchange Miss Kate West is visiting her Mrs Fred Kemper A M Kinnaird and wife are at Squire W ILKinnairds S Thorton of Richmond spent Sunday with his cousin S Stone Mro J E Storms and Miss Fanny Doty spent Sunday at Paint Lick Wallace Withers of Stanford was here last week on a business trip Miss Bettie West of Hiattsville visited Miss Duty Monday lIon R C Warren and daughter ol Stanford were visitors here Sunday Mrs Yates Hudson of Marcellus visited Mrs Banks Hudson Miss Emily Chenault of Richmond is the guest of her cousin Mrs J W Elmore Mr Jeptha Chenault of Richmond has been visiting his friend Mr John BurusideMrs and daughter Miss Fan nie who have been on the sick list are much better The handsome Miss Tevis Carpen ter of Stanford is the guest of Miss Christine Badley Mr R L Jennings and wifeof Paint Lick visited Mr John C Thompson and wife Sunray Miss Earle Chenault of Richmond is the attractive visitor of her aunt Mrs J W Elmore Miss Mary Burnside has been her cousin Miss Florence Burn side of PaintLick Charley West has taken a position in Frisbies drug store to catch on to the art of rolling pills Misses Sallie and Lou Myers Bane and Knapp West attended dedication at Harrodsburg Sunday James Maret was here from Mt Vernon this week assisting Mr Bat tin with some telephone work Mrs Solon Henry and little Ella have returned from a visit to Eldorado Ark Dan Jones the clever little mando tin player of London was the guest of Herbert Kinnaird several days Mr James I White U S of Mt Vernon was here days visiting friends and relatives Mr C G Huffman who has been employed at Minors mill returned to Louisville Monday where he will in the future The Maids of Matrons Sewing Club will meet next Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock with Miss Fannie Doty Richmond streeet Judge Denton collector of internal revenue was here Tuesday to see obis aunt Mrs Wm II Kinnaird He over night returning to Dan yule early yesterday morning Nicholasville returned Saturday a lengthy stay in Arkansas and is look Q PEOPLEQ Sunday sister visiting J Hattie Jtt visiting daughter delightful Commissioner several reside I remained JournalBrown Anderson fro m 1 Ill a444444444444444Q a444444444444 04 4 t j i j Wednesday 1 1 I 1 t ing well Miss Mary Welch has from Florida where she has been spending the winter Lexington HeraldMrs W T Brown ingof Walton avenue who has been in Lancaster for several weeks with her two sisters the Misses Anderson who are still seriously ill returned home last evening Miss Allie Anderson will leave in a few days for Knoxville Tenn to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs Marrs Danville Advocate Mrs John W Yerkes will arrive from Washington City about Friday of next week to re main until after Commencement Commissioner Yerkes will join her la ter to see Miss Amelia graduate from Caldwell College Mrs Yerkes and Miss Amelia will probably spend the summer somewhere in the mountains of Virginia convenient to so that the Commissioner can be with them frequently In writing up the JohnstonRussel wedding the paper3 that city mention Mr Thos P Miller as a prominent participant in the cer emonies The wedding was the most brilliant of the season Tommie as he was called here when a little shaver is now as large as his father and is a business man of much energy and ability He as well as his clever father has many friends iere who wish him continued health and A delightful dance at the Mason Hotel Tuesday evening in hon or of the visiting ladies Those were Misses Emily and Earl Chenault of Richmond Tevis Carpel ter of Stanford Christine Bradley Attic Marksbury Hattie Robinson Messrs Dan Jones of London Bran ham Beazley Ben and Louis Herndon Louis Charlie and Willie West Wade Tcrrill John Busnside Will and Sam Dennyy Herbert Kinnaird Frank Marksbury Ed Doty Tom Hampton Mr and Mrs J E Stormes Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs Louis Landram In a letter to the Danville Advocate Harry Giovaiiualli has this to say of a popular Lancaster boy now in Wash ingtonLouis Landram of the Lancaster RECORD should send for a late of Millard West Millard came up here a few weeks ago to take a desk under the Commissioner of Revenue The way he has is a wonder to behold I saw Millard coming down Fourteenth St Sunday morning and thought lie was some foreign diplomat who felt that his countrys honors rested upon his shoulders Millard wore a high stiiT hat so glossy English broke their necks trying to fly throita regularswellplug II is coat was one of these late doubledeckers a conspiracy between the woolen mills and the tailors union Patent shoes without a fleck crack or wrinkle mousecolored gloves a cane and a tie that in its hues was between a Pompeiian landscape and an electrical fountain completed his toggery And he wore them with the ease and abandon of a boulevard ier of gay Puree But Millard is all right He is sticking to his desk like a leech and is making an admirable record as a clerk John Andersonan other Lancaster boy who was popular here was recently sent to the Phillip pines as an Assistant Auditor at a salary of 1800 The least in quantity and most in quality describes DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous pills for and liver complaints F P Frisbie z at Knoxville f I prosperity wasgiven present photograph Internal blossomed that several sparrows leather across constipation returned Washington c per annum m1lim H3 rfiH Jr Hf3 rrn BVBRNTIHG Will give an Guarantee That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Paint Wood Filler Hard J Tread Linseed Oil Turpentine Var nishes Putty Sand Paper Etc and it will pay you to call on us first Remember Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE E AlII We Handle e a x A absolute T D li E Di I Fl Roof Ii t Oil White a Our i Ij a aar ye5 Iu HAPPY ODD FELLOWS The Lancaster Lodge Listens to Splcn did Addresses a JSaii quet and Ha a Good Time Generally I I Enjoys I I i s celebra tion held by the Odd Fellows last Friday night was an occa sion that will never be by the members ot C Lancaster forgotten lie that flourishing organization who were able to attend and participate in the festivities The arrangements were perfect in every detail and were out without the slightest hitch Promptly at 730 the members assem bled at their handsome hall and march ed to the Christian church After a selection by the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra Rev Leonidas Robinson offered a prayer and then made a short and highly edjoyed talk Another se lection played by the orchestra and Eld Allen R Moore was introduc ed as the principal speaker Mr Moore spoke at length upon the origin of the order its objects and what it was for the uplifting and betterment of mankind He said that he was glad to see that the oldtime feeling against secret organizations was dying out and that the world had learned fiat they were for noble purposes and not merely for a lot of men to get to gether and frolic Mr Moores were highly complimented and if we had the space the entire talk would be reproduced At the close of his remarks the audience was dis missed and all Odd Fellows their wives and sweethearts repaired to the New Garrard Hotel Host T B Long and his accomplished wife had been at work all day putting the house in trim and when the party a scene beautiful to behold met their eyes The hallways had been festooned with cedar and each nook and corner filled with potted plants The parlors with ferns palms and cut flowers while the Three Links and F L T was in evidence on all sides The dining room was indeed a thing of beauty the handsome dishes and silverware arranged on snowwhite linen being shown to great advantage under the many electric lights Handsome jar diniers filled with palms were placed in the centre of each table a menu card at each plate Those who know and have been say the bill of fare was the best selected and best prepared they have ever seen outside a large city In order that our readers may see what can be gotten up in Lancas ter we print the Blue Points Raw Stuffed Olives Radishes Salted Wafers Roast Turkey With Raspberry Jelly Fried Oysters Water Cress Garnish Boneless Ham Spanish Egg Sauce Boiled Ox Tougiio Horse Radish Deviled Dressed Boston Baked Potatoes Saratoga Chips Lettuce Salad Durkces Salad Dressing Worehester Sauce Tomato Catsup Pickles N Y Cream Cheese Reception Biscuits Areated Bread Oranges Apples Bananas Mixed Nuts Pecan Cake Cocoanut Cake Caramel Ice Cream Tea Coffee Ice Tea Milk Some of the most interesting feat ores of the evening were the toasts Mr G B Swinebroad was Speech master and he certainly filled the bill to a queens taste His remarks in introducing the speakers were full of spice and added much to the en joyment of the evening The first speaker was Prof K P Postle who responded to the toast Lodge Discipline Prof Postle is a man of fine education and is a lodge man who believes in car rying out the rules and regula tions to the letter This is a pet hobby with him and at times he grew quite eloquent His talk was full of good advice and was greatly enjoyed The next speaker was Col William Barbour Me son sometimes called Keg for short His subject was The State and he started out by saying that he had not been informed what state he was expected to talk about whether I it was the state of matrimony the state of intoxication or tne state of Kentucky He almost caused a stam pede in the hall by pulling out a roll of several hundred pages of manu J script After talking two hours and a half another course of the din ner was brought in and he immediate I ly quit talking right in the middle of a burst of skyscraping eloquence Hon R H Tomlinsoo who been speaking at I since the memory of man neth not to the contrary I next announced his being the Good of the It would be hard to find a better speaker than Mr Tomlinson or one who is more deeply interested in lodge i matters His speech was pronouncedI by all to be the best they had ever I heard on such occasions and he was warmly applauded and congratulated jt Mr 0 W Shugars next re sponded to the toast The Ladies and proceeded lo throw boquets at the fair sex present He had a subject he being a curter and liable to fall in love with i anything that wears calico Bev j Leonidas Robinson was down for a k carried was doing remarks arrived were decorated handsome somewhere UEN1T c U U I rU i fur hast I II 1 j l line Eggs subject go S odd talk on Brotherhood and wasgiven many rounds of applause during the course of his remarks He is a tho rough Christian gentleman and knows full well the meaning of his subject After the banquet all returned to the parlors where the orchestra played a number of selections The local lodge is in a flourishing condition and is taking in new members at each It owns its hall has elegant paraphenalia and has a good sum of money on its side of the bank books ESZa Ryan Commaudery Ryan Commandery No 17 Knights Templar of Danville will be repre sented at the Triennial Conclave in Louisville the fourth week of next August by seventyfive Knights and Ladies tight Eminent Sir Henry G Sandifer of Danville Past Grand Commander of the Grand Commande ry of the State went down to yesterday to arrange for the of the members of Ryan Tem plars many of whom have residence in Lancaster and Stanford as well as in Danville He closed a contract with Mr T L Quisenbcrry for his en tire house at 521 West Chestnut where accommodations will be furnished for fifty of the party while the other twentyfive will stop with friends and relatives in the city The residence secured is the wellknown old Casse day home one of the most delightful places of the Falls City It is that sixty members of Ryan will line This is the only Kentucky Commandery with the distinction of having furnished a Grand Master of the Knights Templar of America Most Eminent Sir Warren Larue served between 1815 auc 1808 This is the highest ofllce with in the gift of the order It is under stood that several members of Ryan will also do escort duty two days be fore the conclave begins while the hundreds of commauderies are arriv ing in Louisville on special trains The place selected for the Danville Lancaster and Stanford Knights makes it very convenient to the of the Escort Committee which will be only a block away from the old Cassedav home The for the Triennial on the part of the Louisville Templars continues There are now fifty committees at work on the preliminaries An fund of 100000 is being raised to provide a great program attractions for the visitors who are expected to number 150000 JUDSON Frank Bourne of Bettis bought of Isaac Barker for 20 Johnson Speaks bought of Jeff Dunn of Bryantsville a horse mule for which he paid 100 Wm Onstott sold to your worthy townsman II A B Marksbury 2620 Ibs best grade hemp for which he 520 per cwt straight Sugar Creek for the first time in about four years put on a full suit of Sunday clothes on Saturday last and remained somewhat dudish up to Tuesday morning No damage re portedOur little villa is situated about five miles North of the metropolis of the county midst the vine clad hills sacharine brooks is on a boom Dr J A Amons saw mill which is nearby superintended by Mr Simeon Clark is turning out some nice lumber Mr C is an efficient sawyer gentlemanly- in manners and beliked by all know him Mr Taylor Raney merchant has purchased a grist mill to be operated by steam It will be put in position soon Mr R deserves much praise for this and we bespeak for him a large patronage from among the Hill Billies Hereafter during dry seasons we can have a full meal tub and a hoecake all over the skil let The Bible teaches that the time will come when we cannot know win ter from summer except by the of the trees Taking the weath er the past few weeks as a starter we believe the teaching is being fulfilled else old earth is lost in the fog and we I meet- Ing I Louisville pilgrimage Thomaswho headquarters preparation entertainment of neighborhood I shoats received budding believed bin v c hour are heading for tho North Pole Mrs Margaret Stone has recovered from a slight attack of pneumonia Mrs Clara Barker has beer ill for sometime past but she is convalescing Simpson who has been quite sick for several weeks is under the skillful treatment of Dr Amon is on the road to health again Born to Mr and Mrs John Simp son a girl In the minds of those present at the hospitable home of Miss Sallie and Mr and Mrs John T Onstott on last Sunday there will linger a memory as lasting as life itself Vis itors were namely Isaac Barker and son Everett Wm Humphrey and Master Homer Perry Dennis Joshua Barker and Master Elijah Luther Humphrey Robert Barker Johnson Speaks Earl Grow J F Stone Miss Barker and Mr and Mrs Onstott are exceptions in many ways to the generosity of mankind not on ly are they A good Baptists but Christlike in walk and conversation We meet such people as they only once in a great while May Gods richest blessings attend them is the prayer of Yours Truly I have been suffering from Dyspep sia for the past twenty years and have been unable after trying all prepara tions and physicians to get any relief After taking one bottle of Koclol Dys pepsia Cure I found relief and am now in better health than I have been for twenty years 1 can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too highly Writes Mrs C 0 Roberts North Creek Ark Three Years In Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my otlice if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all the I have made or any are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank We are Slashing Prices ON SHOES RIGHT and LEFT are cutting the price to our stock of winter footgear to make room for spring and summer goods We absolutely MUST dispose of every pair of these goods NOW regardless of loss Its your 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 J I Mrs Chas Barker G T and F P Frisbie i Ve closeout opportunity April 1Gtlm teethe 1 IF1 1 IK lv And a New Stock of NEW 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 low prices We are Headquarters for Harness Romans Elmore Lancaster Ky BUCKBOARDS p11 A N1 T VIE SELL Ready Mixed Paint It Money refunded or house if purchaser is not R E iiThROBERTS Druggist s iJ fIfi CHANGE IN 4 anuarat repainted satisfied IL TWRI1 j j The firm of Lilhml Stout having been dissolved I will continue tr conduct i FIRST CLASS DRUG and BOOK ESTABLISHMENT the old stand Please call and settle accountyour DANVILLE KENTUCKY NOW READYW- eare back from the markets and are prepared to show the Handsomest Millinery In Central Kentucky We have had much experience in buying and know how to select the newest and prettiest patterns and also how to buy them at the right prices See our goods before buying elsewhere SALLIE D TIL The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived i2 Several cities and towns have been igreatly damaged and many lives lost VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind H storms It costs but little j R KINNAIRD The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of IMPORTED WALL PAPER ever shown in this S33fcion from the cheapest to the ExpertPaperthe lowest possble prices A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Ward Deutch Gesprochen J G BANZHAF Clerk ItiJ I N B S T Urr 2i2 l kr r L r lliL 1 T Jt t iJ tJ t I J f1tUnunru i 00 a eo E AUUU A1UUUUiU1U1U AUAUUUUj 4U UA1UU U U1UU U WALL PAPER PARLOR VarnishesWindow E3 3 Lii J J fl 1r 11 lid s tP 4 E E roY r ry r 0 i NATIONAL BANK 100000 J SURPLUS 10 ooooc LANCASTER KY President STOBXKS Vice C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr B T EMBRT DIRECTORS Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes VT H Kinnaird r493 rHB CAPITAL j 1 fii A Jxo E J Bookkeepe SamID v Q3r o RDExxr President- S xV Q4 ORGANIZED 1883 fS KAOTAL OFLUfOA8TEBrr Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 USINESS SOLICITED OftMfnI and Prompt AttentionGaarmateed j M HiasOTomuc Pre n- LWM Y LIATKLL W O BIOKBT Assistant Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHiaaiHBOTHAjf Lnria y LZATSLI T M AmroiB B P HUDSON I P Cash OD 1J uuz 0 BAIL Vice Preatdeat- E Hunsox Cashier Warm jgi jT tells plain everyone of the gentlersex trouble and anxiety One or more sent request to one person or to different ad dresses of announcement know of expectant mothers they will do them a favor gJ book sent to Address the publishers TIm KELBrrEtl KSCriATCIl CO Atlanta Co tiWtffBf1 tltf fttr Vfj1J Ytl Mfiu ItII MfJlrJrFflrlf 9 EftifFli fMlfMJ a lJee a s BJzfJT FREtZa 1 Dmen i facts that to know Its saves Irn ffi WPM 1rv mJ1v PFfJW1fJ y common sense pain N P41Q MARKSKCttY air George Durham is quite sick at this writing John Parks bought two sows mal pigs from John limn for S20 Henry Parks sold to Mrs S A Norris a nice shorthorn heifer for 15 Rev E A Copass tilled his regular appointment at the Fork church Sun day There was one addition by let ter On account of sickness Rev Noaks was unable to fill his appointment at the Fork church Sunday afternoon The sermon has been postponed until the 2nd Sunday in flay at 2 oclock in the afternoon News has been received here that airs J II Durham of Coalport who has been quite sick with fever is convalescing rapidly and will soon be out again Mrs Sallie Fox and son Robert preaching at the Grove Sun day Mrs Victor Rice and little daughter Stella Y spent last week with her parents Mr T I Herring and wife Win Benton of Kansas City has been the guest of John Royston and family Miss Bessie Parks of Marcellus has been the guest grandfather Win Parks Mrs Fan nie Pollard and son T spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs J T Cecil of Junction City Mr Abner Ray and wife of Buckeye spent a few days last week with John Royston Everett Parks a very prominent young drummer for Franks Wholesale Grocery Co Danville passed through here Sunday en route to Kirksville to see a very charming young lady 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 Flow er Should you be a despondent from any of the effects of Dys pepsia 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 Stormes drug store and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75cv Get Greens Prize Almanac juUlS a scarlet attended other sufferer N6WS Tom Cole a negro murderer was hanged at Clinton Ky George Parsons a tenyearold boy was killed by a falling tree in Mercer countyThe seventyninth anniversary of Gen Grants birth was celebrated at Galena III Rubbers art Mont a 300pound safe containing 000 in gold Burglars burned a at Hen derson and the occupants had a gar now escape from death The first annual show of the Ken tucky Belgian Hare Association will be held at Lexington May 1517 Gov Beckham pardoned four Hen derson grocery firms which formed a trust but made no profit out of it Editor Rosewater of Omaha ex presses the opinion that W J Bryan will be a candidate for Governor of Nebraska next year Gen Win Ludlow U S A has tuberculosis and his appointment as Military Governor of one of the Phil lippine departments has been Thomas Ketchum the famous New Mexico desperado was executed at Clayton The drop broke the rope and jerked the criminals head from his body Judge Dorsey of the Webster Court decided that the suicide clause in fraternal insurance policies is legal and held that the signed con tract entered into between the and the order is binding Fourteen Kentuckians were among the large number of olllcers selected by the to fill the positions of First and Second Lieutenants in the regular army Nearly every one of these Kentuckians has had some experience as a soldier and all of them it is said are capable and worthy of the honor The Louisville and Nashville Rail road Company is preparing to its immense repair shops car shops and paint shops from their present location to South Louisville About 200 acres of land have been purchased in the vicinity of Highland Park and the company will spend between 800 000 and 8900000 in improvements e y GeNE afu i carried off 10 Circuit assured otoct x aao aaoc aoa o v oocrcat asaPaseoa iaaooob Anaconda residence revolted President It is believed in Wasimiylon tlu t the Cuban delegates will recommend tnat the Constitutional convention accept the Platt amendments The delegates bade the President goodbye Saturday In response to a request for the granting of reciprocal trade relations the President informed the delegates that he did not see how it was possible to settle economic before the Cuban government was formed GOY Beckham has called for the of Dr E B McCormack Superintendent of the Western Asy lum for the Insane as the iestilt charges preferred by Wm J Childs Mrs Childs the matron both of j whom have been discharged The charges implicate Dr a young woman attendant in a scan dal She has since married Dr Mc Co mack says the charges are the suIt of a conspiracy and refuses to re i sign demanding an investigation Very few public men would be will ing to be taken at their publicly estimation of themselves A womsn never knows what an tin principled scoundrel she has married until her husband runs for oftice It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Coon A customer seeing the remedy ex posed for sale on my show case said tome I really believe that medicine saved my life the past summer while at the and she became so enthusiastic over its merits that I at once made up my mind to recommend- it in the future Recently a gentle man came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he soul at once on the Hoar I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him 1 re peated the dose and in fifteen minutes he left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold by It E McRoberts Druggist Some politicians who claim to be selfmade were evidently interrupted before the job was completed A Gentle Hint In our climate with its cud 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 neglects colds half the deaths resultingdirect ly from this cause A bottle of Bos shoes 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 Hemorrhages Pneumonia Severe 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 resignation oft laud ICCOllllilck and re- expressed lady sea shore I styleof dayit by Consumption questions l 4 Wi ngTeof fJI0j Begins in the growing Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the 53p quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you V r c Roaslld coffee for- ARBUCKUS more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there is a lilt of articles each in which the List is found the arcboser has bought a definite of some article to be selected by or her from the List subject only to the condition that the nature on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY kage him fji iy The liability to disease is greatly lessened when the blood is in good and the circulation healthy and vigorous For then all refuse matter is promptly carried out of the system otherwise itwould rapidly accumulate fermentation would take place the blood become polluted and the consti tution so that a simple malady might result seriously A circulation means good digestion and strong healthy news As a blood purifier and tonic S S S has no equal It safest and best remedy for old people and children because it contains no but is made ofroots No other remedy so thoroughlj and effectually cleanses the blood of im v purities At the same time it builds up the weak and and reno yates time entire sys tern It cures permanently all manner of blood troubles Mr E E Kelly of Urbana O writes I hart Eczema on handy and face for five It would break out in littlo vuito crusts would form and imp off leaving the sUn red and inflam The doctors did me no Iall the medicated and salves without bneHt S S S cured ino and my ckin is as clear end smooth as any ones Mrs Henry Siegfried of May N J that bottles S cured her of Cancer of the breast Doc tors and friends thought her case hope less Biohard T Gardner Florence D C suffered for years with Boils Two bat Lies ot 3 S S his blood in Send for our free book and our physicians about your case Medical advice free THE SW3FT SFEOJC CO ATLANTA Cfl I FrewfE1IiJlib dffJ Rll Cl1 leui1 jfJ a I 1 iandskin U ood condition and the Bolls disappeared writ condition minerals exclusively ti- 3r debilitated use twrty ono d Hemp seed are on it big boom We hear of sales at 350 per bushel If you have anything in tlr tock line for sale see G A Swinour 1 I will exchange some goi i fresh cows for ewes J r Siler J C Hemphill Jr sold to C Scott of Buena Vista a sow and six pigs for 2350For Sale 22 good stock heifers weight about GOO lbs G A Swinebroad WANTED Farm hand with family House and garden furnished Within two miles of town J C Slier 22tf John 31 Farm sold to Fish Kin nard two cars of cherry and walnut ions They are shipping East for ex port 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 Pettus Bros have just finished de ivenng a most excellent crop of hemp to II A B Marksbury Son total amount delivered 135085 lbs Yield per acre 1 508 lbs price paid for this 470 per ICO lbs There seems to be a new word that has come into the race calendar Now when a horse does good work he be comes impressive We feel sure also when he causes a to lose out he becomes more impressive More than 2000000 feet of lumber in logs will come out of Eastern Ken tucky during the high tides of this spring The Kentucky river is important thoroughfare just at this time Over this route thousands of dollars will find their way into the mountainsA and unknown disease has broken out among the sheep around Burgin and is killing them at a rapid rate The first symptoms of the dis ease are manifested by a languid ap pearance of the sheep which after moping around for awhile lies down draws its feet under it as if cramped and dies soon after C A Robinson weighed up from hs breakers last Saturday 6170 lbs of hemp which was a remarkable days work for 35 hands A record breaker was made by Az Grant whocommenc ed at 730 a in and worked until 430 p m in that time breaking and cleaning nicely 372 lbs It was nicely handled all around Who can beat thisA serviceable paint for the farm buildings can be made by thickening sour milk or butter milk with Port land cement with metallic Venetian red or bright red paint powder to the ordinary paint consistency says Guy E Mitchell in San Francisco I painted the outside of my barn rough lumber with this mixture six years ago and also painted a few boards with ordinary oil paint as a chock and I cannot see now but that the milkpaint has preserved the wood equally well with the oil paint It has kept its color and shows no sign of age The paint will not rub nor wash ofT like Washington telegram dated Apri 2nd has the following The cattle on the continent of Europe are so that this Government will permit the admission of guy animals from here The otlicials of the Agri cultural Department are watching closely all reports from abroad the extent of the foot and mouth disease a fatal malady that is raging among the live stock in almost every country throughout Europe For tie last three years the outbreaks has been general on the European coati nent and the recent reports from va rious foreign ports do not indicate any diminution in its extent This as it has done since the epi demic reached such alarming is refusing to admit any cattle sheep or swine except from the isles This is done not only to protect the live stock interests of this country but also to protect 30 000000 or 40000000 annual export trade in cattle hemp amost Chronicle whitewashEx not Government dimen- sIOns British I Sand plunger diseased regarding our Fur Sale Two or three fine sows and pigs Also some good springer cows G A Swinebroad The following essay on destroying briars won a 15 prize offered by a northern agricultural paper and should be clipped and and tried by farmers everywhere The time to cut briars is in May from the first to the 20 as the flow of sap is very strong and the stub or stalk that is left will at once decay even with the ground In when the cutting is repeated the old stubs arc not in the way of the scythe or machine and by cutting at the time mentioned all plant food from the roots will be prevented and they will decay Repeat the opera tion the next year and the roots are all killed and the briars destroyed I have given this a test of several years experience and find it to do just as stated It does not matter whether the pastures are grazed or not A great many farmers will go to the ex pense of cutting them annually for years and the result is a failure when half the time expended in cutting at the time stated will give a more satis factory result JJ a Conch A cough is not a disease but asymp tom Consumption and bronchitis which are the dangerous and fa tal diseases have for their first incH cation a persistent cough and if prop orgy treated as soon as this cough are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy h proven wonderful ly successful and gained wide and extensive sale by its suc cess in curing the disease which cause coughing If it is not beneficial it will net cost you a cent For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist In the political race almost any is satisfied if he only succeeds in getting a place If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it would be used in nearly every household as there are few people who do not from a feeling of fullness arter eat ing belching flatulence or waterbrash caused by indigestion or dyspepsia A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which with no aid from the stomach food certainly cant help but do you good F Frisbic Some men vote as they pray and they never pray unless it is to ask it personal favor Miss Florence Eewman who has been a great sufferer from muscular rheumatism says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the only remedy that affords her relief Miss Newman is a much respected resident of the village of Gray 8 Y and makes this state ment for the benefit of others similar ly afflicted This liniment is for sale by II E McRoberts Druggist I of most I appears ts reputation politician suffer SOUl stomach will digest your I August e are Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGTJlKE NOTICE- All persons having claims against the of the late Mrs Celia Conn will file them properly erilied with me at Mnnse or my attorney W I Williams Lanciister Ky ou or before May 20 1201 S P Cocliran 418t Admr of Gelid Conn Election Notice A meeting will be held nt the Iron Bridge on New Danville pike Miy41Mlfor the purpose of electing directors for the Lancaster Turnpike Road Co to the ensuing year The election will be hen 10 oclock a in Jno Prest S BEAZL13Y Teeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office in oppoiteThe cheap store in the corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel has brought iu a fine stock of new and second hand We also have a full line olslig ht ly used household Furniture and Carpets The goods will be sold at the Prices Come and see us when in town CINCINNATI STORE Cheapest Plate in Town ix estate Sl urday wy Miller V DENTIST North- East building CLOTHING FINE SHOES FURr ISIIING GOODS Lowest D- River S ser car t red LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list tleir property for sale with us it extcisivtly in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business card and make io charge for our services unless a sate is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortg es release etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can quickly fnd 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 convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot on East side 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 1 in every particular This property is cheap and will go quick ITo 3 Vacant Lot on East side of Hill street in Lancaster adja cent to item Xo 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 ITo 4 Farm of 52 Acres about four miles from Lancaster on Middle Fork of Sugar Creek known us the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultiva tion 20 acres of good tobacco or hemp land the rest is rich and productive Neverfailing water and fencing in good repair Land has been well treated i story box house 4 rooms and a poarch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for garden plat No 5 Farm of 8 6 Acres 2j miles from Lancaster on time Sugar Creek pike rich and productive 55 acres under culiiva tion 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp landbrings fine wheat and corn remainder tn grassStock water in abundancesufficient throughout 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 JESTo 6 Farm Of 60 Acres in Rockcastle Co in the bottom of Copper Creek just across the Garrard and Rockcastle line All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water i story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given after April 1st Igor Price within the reach of men of moderate means ITo 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda handsomely finished in side and conveniently constructed large complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 447 feet in depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good portion of Danville This property speaks for itself ITo 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 i 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 ever particular has 16 rooms hall way kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stair rooms large and house well ventilated House has been 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 No 12 Farm of 84 Acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye pike 64 urces in grass balance under cultivation good strong laud in good repair and watered by neverfailing springs 2 story frame house 6 rooms and necessary outbuild ings One of the largert and best barns in the county Build ings ale comparatively new 2 good orchards desire able farm near town and in good localityN House and Lot on the public road iu Lowell near the Sulphur Well 2story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary outbuildings Place in good re pair and healthy location Will trade for house lot in Lancaster For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson R Lonis Landram LawOllice user Stormes5 store Central Record office 11 a tAm i1 1i1 if ijfJJ m pfit I rJJ f Jj 1 tgl 1IIU EI Real k glIIlibSW bll dk have law Ve witi advertise sell it l Anew summer ever andconvenient I bathroom I Danville Avery No13 1 n J3cs ii a 1 Hill t r 54 r residence property trays a 7j Notice to Hear Proof on Claims JIaryCCox PI ft G arrard Circuit Court Jno M Higginbotham Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar rird Circuit Court made at Its March term1901 in the above case the nndersfsned Mneter Commissioner will hold daily sittinsrs in his otlice in Lancaster comity Ky beginning with thU date and sit to dnv until tIlt of June 1901 to hearproof on claims decedents estate Alt ed limit or will become barred Given nndermy hand this 9th dny of April 1931 1 I Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court I dmr ttlcd loth properlythey t Ps A day 4 MILLERas 118 TOWN PROPERTY Monday tray 27 1901 publicly defore the court house door Iu Lan caster Ky sell to the highest and bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated ou Danville nod Lexington streets Property In good repair well located and Any persons claims against said Mrs Nannie Carpenter will present them to metproperly ovrlJled before March 22 1901 best is dayof 1 E 4r Carpenter having