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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ku as Second Class Xatter LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 9 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t nttni ttot G LOUIS ti htTwzz rrrI YE 4R- Bt7MBE8 CORN PLANTERS and CULTIVATORS OneHorseSUPERIOR DISC CORN PLANTER j See our JEY 13 HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors I T CIILTISATOR SIR i Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Following Compiles Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna Life Ins Co of llartforCoi q e ese 1 tI TABLES t LOCALTIME Bonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 1115 AH Northbnd Mixed 3 M Northbnd Paesgr M Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLI NORTH BOUND Number 10 Dally except Sunday 609 6 Daily S 133 pm Flag 356 am2 stops when flagged 414 SOUTH BODND Number 1 when flaged 1145 am Number 5 Daily ll12am9 Sunday pm Number Midnight ll42pjn Time In ofct July 151900 STATIONS vLonisvIUe 830am 600pm Lexington 550pm Winchester 8 50am 6 30pm HtSterling 1225 nn 9 25am 705pm 050am 340pm Philadelphia 1240nn 908pm STATIONS LvNewYork I 500pm Philadelphia 1020am MtSterllng 712am 212pm Winchester 7 S7am 6 22am 812am 11 OOam Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY trains run except Sunday For sleeping car reservations or or M GEOWJABNEYDFA I m m k or 6 P 252 A fQuthbnd 198 lumber Number 755 CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway fiilESO 1120a m 812am 1157 am 918pm I II II 1015 am 7 6 s OV 800am lIpm 21fJpm 410pm 550am ArLexington 510pm 700am II OOpm T Lzxnrfitolf JeT I t a i I r j 1 t I q S A L k it Ay au S THE H i SOME NEWS Ln Garden Seed at Curreys Heberlings greenhouse Is indeed a thing of beauty A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys Take a Sunday meal at New Garrard They arc delicious v Let us show you a line of Carpets Ward Sympson We have the best Home Made Bug gies in central Kentucky Romans Elmore Judge M D Hughes is organizing a Miccabee tent at Preachersville Its good insurance and cheap Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply to II A B Marksbury and Son Shingles Shingles Just received two carloads Poplar and Cypress Shingles Prices 150 to 325 per thousand R G Ward Good Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper Wheat Wanted H A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf 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 Take Notice As I have sold my it is important tint you call at once and pay your account with me as U this business must be closed without This notice is who are on my books W B Burton Will Advertise Delinquents I will advertise in next weeks issue of THE RECORD all delinquent town taxes The list will be sold and if you want to keep your name out of print see me before next Tuesday It James R Pearce First Class Workmen I am prepared to make contracts kinds of outside painting having a number of practical painters to do the work Long experience enables us to guarantee every job turned out attention to paper hanging mar21tf Milton Sneed TwentyTwo to Six The second team from Centre came over Monday to play the Graded School kids and were mopped off the earth by the above score When they arrived each wore that Holier Than Thou look so of Danville and seemed to think thatLancaster should be under many obligations for their consenting to come here The score took out a lot of starch however School Trustees Elected The terms of two members having expired an election was held Saturday to select two gentlemen to serve as trustees for the Graded School the three Mr Wm Ward and Capt Herndon were elected the of the whole board being as follows Dr J B Kinnaird T Cur rey Capt Herndon B F Hudson J M Higginbotham and Wm Ward The board will meet Saturday and we have heard of no plated changes in the corps of teach ers The Tournament Only a few more days til the school will swoop down upon Lancaster for the Tournament The various com mittees have been making ample preparations for the entertainment of the visitors and all is in apple pie for their reception THE RECORD realizing the great interest taken in the matter publishes the entire in this issue The type was set for the folders to be given out but you had better lay away this issue for fear you will fail to get a folder A Great Convenience Mr J B Conn has his new machine ry in working order now and it will prove a great convenience to those wanting that kind of work done He has an immense turning lathe driven by a large gasoline engine with which attachments for all kind of machinery can be made quickly and in manner He has the latest improved machinery for making all kind of re pairs bolts taps connection rods and such repairs and parts as have hereto tore had to be ordered from Lexing ton or Cincinnati The gasoline en gine is a wonderful piece of machine ry and enables him to do work seldom gotten outside thecity I jr J l the bushes livery stable delay intended Special College characteristic coming years or- ganizE pupils from all over the Blue Grass order program the proper S for a r fall makeup come to of in A Good rains have fallen this week T Currey is headquarters for Seed Sweet Potatoes A 250 pair Ladies Slippers for 2 at Ward Sympsons Sneak thieves are becoming Load up the old musket Hungarian and millet seed are the best and cheapest Blue Grass Grocery The best summer corsets on the market at correct prices Ward Sympson The warm sun has brought out the streetcorner loafer He comes out sun like the mud turtle The band stand in the Park is be ginning to fall to pieces It should be either painted and repaired or torn away entirely When in town dont forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are us iner it Miner Son Almost a Hanging Ten of the jurors in the case against Dan Pope for murdering his chiid at Danville were for the death penalty two failing to agree to it Mr A H Bastin gave the receipts the telephone exchange to the Methodist parsonage fund again yes terday Mr Bastin is one of the cleverest and mostpublicspirited men town Low Rates to Louisville Account May Music Festival Tick ets will be sold at one fare for the round trip from all points on the Queen Crescent Route Williams town and Somerset May 13th and 14th Ask Ticket Agents for full Bee Keepers To the bee keepers of Garrard and adjoining counties See the Pullins Bee Hive the latest improved Patd March 5 1901 Call on or address R Stone Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or rights for sale 44tf The Dog Law At the Council meeting Monday evening the clerk said that only about thirty dogs had been listed for taxa tion As there are about then more or less in town it was that a tax check be required for each dog and those found without them be killed by the marshal Casey Owsley Orates At a big banquet given at New Mexico on the occasion of that city being made a county seat Casey M Owsley was one of the speakers re spending to the toastSolomon Luna The papers speak highly of our former townsman He is a natural orator and one of the brightest young men our county ever sent forth It will be good news to his many friends to know his health has greatly improved Dont Like XceHeelug It is seldom that we even read an annonymous letter so many are re ceived at this office butonecame some days ago that is really amusing It is from a young man who has a griev ance against two ladies that sit on opposite sides of the table and pretend to be noalls and who giggle all the time One is somewhere in the twen ties while the other will never see 35 again and I hope if they see this they will never be guilty of it again The writer is evidently hot in the collar but it is equally as true that he is afraid of the giggling damsels for your rights young fellow Put Forth an Effort If those interested in fishing would take a little time and put forth some effort the seiners and dynamiters could be caught and punished The laws against seining and dynamiting are no more respected than if they were not on the statute book and are simply a farce If a few convictions were secured it would have a to stop the practice If Dix river be the best fishing stream in the stale but at present the seinsand dynamite keep it pretty well stripped of fish A Lively Corpse The Richmond Pantograph says that town is as dead industrially as it is morally Well it may appear that way to Bro Adams but we have been there a number of times recent ly and found it about the liveliest corpse we have ever seen Richmoi d has the push and hustle but she has been up against a losing game in that the removal of the revenue office and University was wholly in the hands of outsiders Richmond is a thriving uptodate town and some of erest people on earth make up her population The only way for her citizens to find a better place is by moving to Lancaster t jv numerous particulars territory thousand ordered D ming Stand- up I tendency were let for one year it would l the J is C alone 1t a of a is A lovely line of handkerchiefs at Jo sephs Belts belts belts all the latest styles at Josephs If you want the best on tie market go to T Currey The L and N has placed a new iron bridge over Gilberts Creek The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and Remember we can save you from one to four dollars on harness Ro mans Elmore Born to the wife of Bntcher Buck young butcher May 3rd 1901 Both mother and son are doing nicely We have an elegant line of wash goods and ask you to tail and inspect them J Joseph Mr Elbert Sagerser and Miss ret Jennings were married at the of Mr Bates Rev Leonidas Robinson officiating For June weddings we have new stock cut glass water bowls etc silver in all the fancy pieces 2t Thompson the Jeweler For Sale AI o 1 combined mare Call at this office or see SquireSam Johnson or J I Hamilton If not sold privately will be put up for sale publicly County Court day If you have property for sale or want a place see Davidson Lan dram who can save you much time and money Thcv have anything you want in the property line for sale at reasonable prices Garrard County Men In the list of candidates in Rock cable county we notice the names of T Short for judge and H Lee Tate for sheriff Both are former Garrard county men and of course are all right Says Ho Wont ExGov w O Bradley made the positive statement to the Courier Journal that he would not be a for the Senate against Senator Deboe But mabe the governors friends will have a little say in that matter Teachers 2lxamliiatious Examinations for white teachers will be held at my office Friday and Saturday May 17 and IS Examinations for colored teachers will be held at my office Friday and Saturday May 24 and 25 tf Elisa J Lusk Supt Squire Dunn Hurt While driving some stock from a barn on his place near Bryantsyille Squire Jack Dunn was kicked on the right arm the limb being broken It has caused him much pain but he thinks it will soon knit properly and be all right again The many friends the clever magistrate are glad his injuries were not more serious To Head In Lancaster Miss Nannie Barbee of Danville who has achieved a flattering reputa tion throughout her own state and others as a negro reader has been secured by tile W C T U to give an entertainment at Lancaster Thursday night May 16th Tickets adults 25 cents children 15 cents will be furnished by local talent The public is cordially invited to at a pleasant evening and aid a worthy cause After Better Train Service Editor Louis Landram of who has done more to build up that town than any other ten men within its corporate limits is making hard fight for better railroad which if secured will mean a through day train via this city from Cincinnati to Louisville over the Rowland Branch The asked for would undoubtedly be a great convenience to the people of Paint Lick Lancaster and points and as Mr Landram has of getting what he goes after it safe to predict that the L will grant the concessions de manded Richmond Climax Shall the majority Rule t The question is often asked what about the water works for which the people voted so unanimously In re ply we will say that this remains to be seen Mr Moritz who holds the franchise told the RECORD last year that the system was to be put in but nothing has yet been done in the matter The vote on the proposition might be called unanimous and it seems that if Mr Moritz is going to do nothing he might surrender the franchise and let some of the other contractors put in the plant The time limit will soon be up on this however and the City Council will let it to some one else It does seem that some steps should to supply the town with water before another hot dry summer is on us and if anything is to be done now is the time to do it The voters have said at the polls that they want and the thing todo Is to carry out their desires In the matter a Coffee seesaw pIes residence Sterling w candidate dialect Music tendenjoy Lancaster accommodations service intermediate away N officials betaken waterworks C rarg T C S franchise s ist He for the a all as at an by in ed 16 to it Seed potatoes of all kinds Curreys Window Shades on rollers at lOc up Ward Sympson Many fishermen have been to the river during the last week Preaching next Sunday at Method church 11 a m and 730 p m The Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs Belle Burnside Saturday The Fiscal Court was in session this week chewing the rag over some turnpike contracts Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey Our hosiery department was complete All the latest styles and colors J Joseph Charley Walker has a position as brakeman on the local train as wants to work up in railroading likes it very much I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey The new Methodist parsonage ad joining the church is almost ready the plasterer It is a neat and cozy residence which adds much to appearance of Stanford street Only 150 round trip to Cincinnati next Sunday Leave Lancaster 252 m reach Cincinnati 730 a m Leave Cincinnati 730 p m arrive Lancaster 1228 midnight giving you day in the city Takes Charge at Nlcholasville Mrs J B Skinner who with her husband had charge of the Garrard College at one time has been selected principal of Jessamine Institute and will have charge of that school the coming term In the Far West A letter from Jim Hatcher and Jno Estes orders THE RECORD sent them Grassy Lake Ark They are two Lancaster boys who recently went to seek fame and fortune in the wild and woolly Ankle Sprained While playing ball last week young Mr Ware McRoberts slipped and sprained his ankle severely As Ware takes great interest in athletics his inability to take part in the tournament will be a great disap pointment to him Will Serve Ice Cream The Ladies Aid Society will have ice cream parlor in the room Miss Sallie Tilletts millinery during the School Tournament lees will be served during the day and the evening til a late hour low All invited tf Boyle County Farmer Dead Harvey Pope aged fifty years a prominent farmer residing three miles from Danville committed at 11 oclock Saturday morning hanging himself with a plow line his tobacco barn Injuries receiv by falling into a forty foot well two months ago are supposed to have his mind He was a widower and two grown children survive him Special Rates to Lexington On account of the Knights Templar Conclave at Lexington May 15 and 1 the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets from all points at low rates Many attractions j for visitors will be arranged principal among which will be a Magnificent Display at 3 oclock p m Wednes day May 15 at the Trotting Track by the drill corps of Demolay and Louis vine Couiinanderies The public is cordially invited George W Barney District Pass Agent It Stop and Ponder ft We were told that the plan of goods from city jobbing houses is practiced to a very large extent by people in this section who had receiv ed catalogues and reduced price lists from the smooth schemers in the East People who do dont stop study the matter fully or they would notallow themselves to be up in this manner The list prices are placed way above what local dealers want for the same article and a fl discount is allowed which makes appear that the article can be had s very cheap Ordering goods m this manner takes just that much money from the local merchants and the purchaser does not save one cent thereby Hardware houses gents and dry goods men doing busi ness in the cities get lists of the pea pie in the country and send out a flaming catalogue which the people peruse and send in mail orders for things they in many cases really do fe not need This is done in all lines of business and unless it is given up the p local merchants will be compelled to handle fewer goods and consequently keep money in circulation out here in the country If you want to fe buy anything see if get it at g horqe before your money where it will never be again c t at T afternoon nevermore approaching adjoining store Prices suicide impaired this liberal furnishers h r ordering picked less can sending seen Y it as or The Masonic lodge meets Tuesday Try Liptons Fine Tea at GOcts Ib Blue Grass Grocery Scrim for window curtains 5c per yd up Ward Sympson Top Notch Flour is good Try it only 55c at Blue Currey sells good goods as ch cap as you pay for inferior goods at other places When you want a pair of shoes you will save money by posting yourself at Ward Svmpsons JapaIac makes old furniture like new and best finish for floors at Thompsons t The military corset is quite popular this season have cm J Joseph A number of pretty strings of fish have been caught in the Hanging Fork this spring but fishing in the river has been a failure ICenip Seed II A B Marksbury Son have a few bushels of choice hew Cultivated hemp seed for sale Call and see them tf For light bread and in fact all kinds of bread Wards Hour is not ex celled by any If you have not tried do so and you will be delighted Batesthe Miller Our lines of ladies and childrens summerweight lisle thread gauze Swiss ribbed cotton and silk vests pants and union suits are specially adapted for comfortable wear in hot weather j Joseph Low Rate 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 nth Ask Agents for full particulars Keep Up Your Stock Several parties whose stock had been placed in the stray pen brought test suits in the police court to see if the stock law now in force is a valid one Two cases were tried before Mr Joe S Haselden special judge and he decided the law as sound as a dollar Several outer cases were tried before Capt Herndon also acting as special judge and he also decided it as solid the rock of Gibraltar So you had better keep your stock off the streets stand some costs evening extra Gr Grocery Ve I Ticket C L C C C Charley West is learning to roll pills in Frisbies We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler 2t Ward Sympson have an elegant line of Childrens Misses and Ladies Slippers The Odd Fellows lodge has a batch of candidates to work on meeting is interesting See our beautiful lines of madras pique and corded madras cloth J Joseph Talk about your 5c corn we have it and its good Good people say so Ward Sympson U D Simpson says he is going to have Judge M D Hughes head put in Doc Kinnairds X ray machine if the brain can be located We have the largest and best stock of Buggies Surjies Phaetons and RoadWagons ever seen in Lancaster Our prices are the lowest Romans Elmore Commencing Monday April 29th our line of Rio will go at lOc lb Standard GranulatedSugar 18 lbs for 1 This sale will weeks Blue Grass Grocery We furnish wall paper ready to put on the wall We can please you in both style arid price Dont forget we have the largest stock in Central Kentucky J A Beazley Co Your Clothing I am located in the room adjoining Garrard Hotel and better prepared than ever to clean press and repair your clothing Satisfaction Give me a trial Geo Eck stein the tailor m9tf Saturday The bright and beautiful summer weather has come at last and young ladies thoughts naturally turn to new hats I will have on exhibition May 11 ready trimmed Hats which can not be excelled for style wordmanship and material My stock is entirely complete Come see and hear the low prices Miss Dove B Harris 109 East Richmond St corner Opera House nextSunday prettiestdrug store Thompson bIg Every Core las two trimmed hiring Saturday summer se il f toe only C guaranteed 0 7 lfy Jff1f i Of S Our Tiiie o o I Mens Boys aild CllildreusCLOTIIINL Is and Up To Date Il etIu uuuUUUI u u I sHOES Cop1ete Yes we have Complete Lines of SHOES for Men Boys La dies and 4 Children COME SEE OUR STYLES and LEARN OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY The Logan Dry Hoods Co s r1 m mo r I tin kta Ift 1f f 1Uf f 1I 7t 7fIgf T 1ISJf1Ut 1U 7f f 1 f lIJt1g I i f I V WIII H H OOdE koO a0 OOkoO OO BOO 0O 0O i 0O kOO oO O oOrS a0 0 00 0O oO OOx 3r o0 THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL i ADD 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 detirmination 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 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 im pel you to give us your business Our Mens All Wool Suits at 500 are the best ever shown in Central Kentucky for the money I storeWill I I 1 i I 11 9th i i 1i Our Mens Suits at 750 and 1 0OO Stump 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 onand that continue to satisfy till they are worn out Perfect suits thats the kind Our 750 and 1000 include allwool Serges Cheviots Scotches and Cassimers in plain colors hand some mixtures and patterns Try one if you we shall not insist upon you buying can not satisfy you your money is not It is easy to match the prices of these suits but not so easy to match the quality at the price WE BELIEVE Wu KNOW that we have the Best 1250 and 15 Suits on the Market These suits would easily pass for 2000 suits But we were bound to have the best P y dignitysuits suits ifwe 7W THINKWE alike wanted 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 latest style in youug mens suits Rough Fabrics Cheviots Serges Worsteds in many new and snappy paterns Young mens suits at 4 5 750 1000 and 1200 The stamp of Perfection is on every suit Mothers See Our Perfection Suits for Boys It is a fact that Mother knows more about childrens clothing than a dozen average men and for this reason we always gladly welcome 2 I wuuuuuuuuuuu l 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 We have every new idea in Sailor and Vestee Suits Russian Blouse and two 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 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 i and 150 We 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 i I S X andr 1 I I I i I I n I i 1 Hats for everybody alllkjnds all styles and all prices A beautiful line of Mens Plain and Fancy Hosiery Our Spring Neckwear is Stylish Dainty and Effective Satisfaction wrapped up in every bundle L OGA N The OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher II H T It I CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May 9 1901 THE friends of Bro Seph Campbell of the Somerset Journal are to learn that he has completed arrangements whereby he will be to make many exten sive improvements in the mechanical department of his paper and secure a firm in the newspaper busi ness Several prominent citizens of Somerset with Col W P Walton will be associated in the en terprise The Journal is one of the best papers in the state and an of which Somerset should feel Now as Bro Campbell has crossed the Alps and has Italy in view we congratulate him and devoutly trust will fully realize his fondest hopesLouis GODDARD the French aero naut has announced his intention of crossing the ocean in a balloon and expects to make the trip in four days By all means let him make the start as that is a sure quick and cheap way to get rid of such When he comes down in midocean there will be no funeral expenses to pay and no time wasted in burying him Many other such cranks be encour aged to make this attempt SOME of the large dailies have es tablished puzzle corners and give much The way the dailies butcher their make by sandwiching ads and running over matter to on So and So is puzzle enough for the readers without setting a department for that purpose PRESIDENT EDSON BRADLEY of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse that the present of whisky is due to the fact that the consumption has caught up with supply without cornering of the This may be a good reason but the cause of the scarcity of old liq with us was always the want of the price A WASHINGTON dispatch its the plan of the republicans to shelve Deboe put up Jno W for Senator this Deboe doesnt set well with many of his and this is so the in Washington Gov said he will not his name to be used in the fight A COMBINATION has been formed by the leading music publishing houses to elevate the As the standard these days is ragtime coon it is the combine will be successful in its un dertaking 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 Frisbie T f 1 enterprise up powersthat- be chiefly F P scarcity J PAINT LICK Our farmers are about through planting corn some of them had to plant twice Owing to the delay in getting the lumber the work on the bank is pro gressing slowly The Richmond band minstrels gave an entertainment here Friday night They didnt make much money Our bridge is getting in a very di lapidated condition and the officials should see after it before it falls and kills somebody Mrs James Burnam has been to Clark county on a visit Miss Jen A B Ely is low with dropsy There are some young larks around here in order to show their bravery are using their pops a little too freely after night shooting on the public highway The next grand jury will investigate the matter Henry wheeler John Kennedy Jim and Sam Embry all of color in a general fight here Saturday night with knives rocks etc wheeler and Kennedy on one side the Embry brothers on the other shots were fired wheeler was cut several times about the head but not seriously hurt MARKSBURY Mr Jack Kemper rented his farm to Allen Mr Kemper and worthy family will move to Danville we regret very much to give them up We are sorry to announce that Mr from his son Alex who is in the also a box of fine shells He belongs to Company G 38 Inft U S V He writes the soldiers are at Tibias Panay Isle about 300 miles from Manila The population of the Mr N H Bogie spent Sunday cinnati Mrs of Lancaster was in this vicinity Satur day Rev B A wife and son Charles Williams spent Tues day with friends in Danville A number from here aetended the of Mr Harvey Pope in Boyle afternoon Aunt Minerva Bed is spending several days with her Ophelia Dunn Miss Carmen of Hedgeville were Fe male Institute spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs spentSundayand Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bryantsvill spent Sunday with their continues ill Mr and Mrs JR Haselden and Mrs Katherine Ald and Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Iquick ly secured a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure giving her three doses was mastered and our little darling speedily recovered Se writes Mich F P Friable 1 w visitingher Several anyMr speakdifferent regimentinCin lit funeral Sunday MesdamesLizzie and A J Rice and SundayMiss auut Miss uth who stilL of Lancaster spent Sunday D Aldridge A Philippines ridge withH PEEACHERSVILLE The prospect is fine for a fruit crop J P Rogers bought a calf of F F Cummins for 10 Charles Rigsby sold a nice gelding to a Mr Arnold for 85 A J Thompson sold two yearling cattle to A J Hayden for 41 Judge M Hughes of Lancaster was in our village last week on busi nessProf J C McKee stopped off with us Friday on his way to see his wife at WinchesterThe day service will be the first Sunday in June Place made known later on Judge James White of Mt Vernon is preparing to establish a Maccabee Tent at this place Rev J R Deering will hold his Quarterly meeting at this place Fri day night the 10th inst and will preach Saturday and Saturday night visitingW ter Pettus of Stanfoid was with home folks Sunday D B Edmuth stan and wife of Crab Orchard were very sick for sometime though she is some better at this time BRYANTSVILLE The Parks heirs have fenced the family burying ground at the old Parks homestead On April 30th at 6 a m Miss Ka tie Ison died with diphtheria God had need of one more and he called our darling death told her father and sister she hated to leave them but she was ready to go Dear father and sister I know that your hearts are breaking with grief but now she is try not to has left behind her much care for diphtheria or pain will not be there has left us and from her suffering and you it is loss her it isgain and sweetly away and now you have the fall of the clod you can look up and know she is at home with her God One who loved her Elder Allen of Danville visited friends here Sunday Mrs Allen of Frankfort spent last week with her sister Mrs Steadman B F and wife visited relatives in Danville last week Miss McDon ald of Caldwell College will be the guest of Misses Leaven from Friday Monday Elder will fill his appointment next Sun day at the There will be an entertainment the folks at Pleasant Grove on Saturday May the 18th Admission 15 cents for the benefit of the Sunday school Born to the wife of Dennie Scott on the 2nd inst a boy also to the wife of Rod Swope a fine boy Mrs Mary A of Bourne is relatives here Mrs Maud Holcomb spent a part of last week with rela tives in Holloway and little son of Wilmore visited rela tives here last week Take in the L and N excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday f f f l D SugarGrove familySunday homeher communityFor grieveshe painto everyday Jennings As a result of Mrs Nations work all saloons in Kansas City have been or dered closed on Sundays- A report is current at Barbourville to the effect that John L Powers has left the State fof New Mexico At Auburn Mrs George Moore carved her husband with a corn knife when he threatened her with violence Plans are under discussion for a con solidation of the leading of shovels and spades in this coun tryCalvin T Hunt was awarded a ver dict against the L N railroad for 10000 damages for the loss of one leg and an arm More than 8000 Catholics marched silently through the streets of Louis ville Sunday visited several churches in observance of the Popes jubilee In New York the other day the leg islature passed a bill empowering tax payers in townships and vil lages to vote on all questions involv ing taxation This is the third state to grant suffrage to taxpaying women Evidence of the peril of Admiral Dewey at Manila Bay has been for warded to the State Department in the shape of one of the starboard plates of the Olympia indented by the fragment of a Spanish shell Washington has no confirmation of the report that civil government has been established in Manila Owing to its population and the being made civil government at this time would not be desirable The plan of the Government of the District of Columbia has been sug gested for Manila The city of Jacksonville Florida has been almost totally destroyed by fire 15000000 damage was done Ten thousand people were homeless Sev eral lives were lost ana the entire business section and much of the resi dence portion destroyed The Wind sor and St James Hotels are among the noted buildings which proved easy prey for the flames Dynamite and aid from neighboring cities proved of no avail in checking the progress of the flames which were aided by a highwind sparks being carried some distance and lighting other fires on shingle roofs I have been suffering from Dyspep sia for the past twenty years and have unable after trying all prepara tions and physicians to get any relief After taking one bottle of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure 1 found relief and am now in better health than Ihave been for twenty years I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too highly Writes Mrs C O Roberts North Creek Ark T T T T J manufacturers women improvements Frisbie GENE Rh NESS 000000000 been FP c STONE Mrs Zilla Ray lost a nice horse last weekMrs T sold Marksbury of your city 13 bushels of hemp seed at S3 per bushel Leonard Evans is very ill at this writing Mrs Hattie Land and J H Saunders have been very sick Rev Andrew Meldrum of Lexing ton delivered a very interesting dis course to a large and attentive con gregation at Scotts Fork Sunday Misses Carrie walker and Lucy watts of Manly were the guests of C S Saunders and wife a portion of last week Mr Andrew Rice and wife of Marksbury were the guests of their cousins Mr C M Moberly and wife last week w H Sanders and wife are spending this week with rel atives and friends in Anderson coun ty Beware of a Cough A cough is not a disease but a symp tom Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous and fa tal diseases have for their first indi cation a persistent cough and if treated as soon as this cough are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy h proven successful and gained itswide 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- A woman is never really happy when she starts on a trip unless she can think of something she has forgotten The least in quantity and most in quality describes DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous pills for con stipation and liver complaints F P Frisbie Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is 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 teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National1Bank T T T T t L Saunders to II A B properly appears reputation one lJ Son wonderfully r They USE the BEST ZIMMER uses WARDS FLOUR and the dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton R L Underwood T S Elkin Frank Lackey F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no flour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the We are Slashing Prices ON SHOES RIGHT and LEFT We are cutting the price to close out our stock ofwinter footwear to make room for spring and summer goodsWe absolutely MUST dispose of every pair ofthese 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 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 Y 3 i I I I the BAKER II I following I I I I I better I II I I vassar 0oM00o0000ss si Cot I er- s eu siss opportunity T gI ISeason 190L EAGLE BIRD SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird ia a seal brown 16 hands high heavy mane and tail tie Great KING SASH Winner of 40 Blue Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares He will make the season at Thos L Banghmana place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to tae a Living Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S BaughmanDanville French Coach Stallion Quasi No 2 1 27 In French Coach Hone Stud Book of America also in Republique Francaise Haras Nation aux No 12863 Winner of first prize at National Universal Exposition Paris 1897 and In 1893 competing with over 60 stallions Imported by M H Tichener Co of Chicago in 1598 Color bay with small star black points IGJ hands high weighs in working order 1325 pounds foaled April 28 1894 Bred by 31 Commune of nub ersville department of Lamorchi got by the government stallion Franse dam Chaimontl by LeDard Second dam by Revolution Will make the present season of 1901 at my farm 2J J miles from Stanford on Hnstonville pike at 41000 the season money due when service is rendered or 1500 to insure a living colt Mares kept at 50c per week on grass Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents Dorsey Golddust 12052 Golddust4400 by Golddost 150 by Vermont Morgon dam by Zalcadl an Imported Arabian StallionDorsey Golddnsts dam Is Florence by Gol den Mingo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan mak ing him an intensely inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horsesknown Dorsey Golddust is a dark bay full 16 hands high and weighs 1209 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for harness and saddle aad are in demand at top prices Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford At 10 To Insure A Colt Hares kept at 50e per week No responsibil ity for accideata or escapes The best of attention liveR F REID Stanford or Danville Ky Sired by present r Lemelmd of r Full brother to Estelle SIred by Ztlcadi personal r kti 4 do i 2199 A New Line Of NOEL SISTERS LEGHORN RATS SAILORS FLOWERS Etc H Now is the time to select your Summer Hat While our Stock is Complete Z SUMJHER MILLINERY At ff j i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnr ii j1 0111111uJllllllUJIIuu11lUiJUu111JUU1l1uJUlll ll1JU J1 3 the Home Have Visited E G Brown is in Cincinnati a business visit Mr J M Logan has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Miss Thompson has been Danville for several days visit Mrs Mattie Nevins of Stanfordhas been visiting Mrs Lizzie Dillon Mrs J E Stormes has returned several days visit to Richmond rela tivesMiss Mattie Beazley of Crab is visiting her brother Dr W S Eph Brown Friday and SaturdayMr Batson of Sandy Hook Ky visited his father for a few days this week Dr Simpson Elkin joined his wife here They left Monday for their home in Atlanta Ga Messrs Willie and Charlie West the crokinole club very Saturday evening Rev James E Woolford left Mon day for New Orleans to attend the Southern Baptist Convention Lexington Herald Miss Dove Em left Saturday for Lancaster to spend a few with friends Mrs Joe Fanlconer Jr will be hos tess at the Maids and Matrons sewing club next Tuesday afternoon at four oclock Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned home from Kansas and Missouri where she has been spending the winter with relativesMiss Kauffman of Rich mond college spent several days this week with her mother Mrs Emma Kauffman Mrs Squire Sam Johnson and chil dren Florence and Master Allen 9 are in Richmond visiting relatives and friends Mr McDaniel of Lexington and Miss Bessie Sparks of have been of Mrs Leonidas Robinson Lexington street Mr John Doty who has been so ill for several months has recovered suf ficiently to return to his place of bus ness in Point Leavell Mr Paris Mahan was called home from Lexington Business College by the illness of his mother is much improved and he returned to school this week Mrs R L Elkin gave an elegant dinner Tuesday in honorof Mrs Simp son Elkin of Atlanta Ga Those pres ent were Mesdames W A Berkele JE Stormes and Juliet Rogers Mr and Mrs W B Jarvis leave to visit his native home in Tennessee They will travel over the West con i siderably and as he has not decided RECORD extends its best wishes Walter Hiatt of Lexington was in town Monday on a visit to relatives and his many Lancaster friends Wal ter is now on the Lexington Herald and one of that papers most valued men He has traveled extensively since residing in some of the spent on a battle during the war with Spain Walter is an allround good fellow with a heart as big as a two bushel basket Richmond Carlos A Fish son of Mr W S Fish of Paint Lick from the Southern Homeopathic Medical College at Lou Tuesday with high honors He with his diploma the appointment as Interne at the City at Lou isville a very great honor Dr Fish has man friends here who late him on his appointment 5 p J 5 Where making from Orchard Mr George Bruce and wife of Dan entertained delightfully r upon a home may locate there THEe Lancaster RegisterDr isville practice poo44000 0400 0000- 1 P PEOPLE OqO ObOO40O yd040 5 i t r p r f l tod t e u it Mrs U D Simpson is at home again after a trip to Brodhead Miss Josephine Reid of Danville has visiting friends here Charlie Collier has accepted a posi tion in R E McRoberts drug store Mr Ashby Warren and sister Miss Nell of Stanford spent Sunday in Mrs McKee Kinnaird of Danville has been the guest of Squire Kinnaird and family Mesdames S P Grant and Fisher Gaines of Danville were in the city the past week Mrs George D White of has been visiting her aunt Mrs Elizabeth Mr Randolph Harris wife and baby of have been visiting Mr E W Harris and family Mrs Stone and Miss Nannie Doug Misses Browning Yeiser Mary Nc el Mary and Lena of Danville spent Sunday with Miss Capt W J Kinnaird returned from Cincinnati where he has peen undergoing medical treatment for some weeks lIe looks well and says he thinks he is on foot perma neatly now Stanford Journal Mrs Dr E G Dick Dick of Crab Orchard left Tuesday for Rockford Ill Mr A C Sine was over in Garrard county this week looking for timber Danville E McRoberts and wife of Lancaster were in this city visiting relatives yesterday Miss Virginia Goodloe for home iu Lancaster Wednesday after a vis to Miss The writer has not visted Rich mond recently without meeting clev er Dick Williams county judge of Rockcastle on the train en route to the same city We pinned him down closely last trip to learn the object of these many missions but he said Oh Im only going up a little business trip but if any girl tries to kidnap me Ill Let cher know Dr W Simpson Elkin of Atlanta came up last Friday to spend a day or home folks and MWnmnitwTiis wife back to that city The many friends of this clever gentleman here in his old home are quite proud of his success since locating in Atlanta When Simp graduated in medicine once went to Atlanta all his being a head full of knowl edge a saw probably a box of pills By close attention to business he at once attracted the attention of the people and began the building up of a fine practice Today he has the best practice in Atlanta while his side of the bank ledger will keep the wolf from even stopping at his door The career of Dr Elkin shows what honesty industry and uprightness will accomplish You are much more liable to dis when your liver and bowels not act properly DeWitts Little Early Risers remove the cause of dis ease F P Frisbie Many statesmen look upon a ing cocktail as a constitutional amend ment Mr W J Baxter of North Brooks N C says he suffered with piles for years He tried many remedies with no results until he used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him F P Frisbie It is the biggest kind of an insult offer a small sum of money as a bribe Skin affections will readily disappear by using DeWitts Witch HazelSalve Look out for counterfeits If you get DeWitts you will get good results It is the quick and positive cure for piles F P Frisbie e Lancaster- n Richmond Friday Lillie Noel and handsome daughter Miss Helen NewsR there on so with possessions do morn fifteen tot lat We Handle Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof Paint Wood Filler Hard Oil White Lead Oil Turpentine Putty Sand Paper Etc and it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE Pnsn D 0 nj i tl jj nj P 21 gj j 1 a jlj H i al I I I ii a VRTTII USED il PAINTING Linseed Varnishes a AA p I i L i Lk J 1ii 3 j ii y R j l If you have anything in the stock line for sale see G A Swinebroad For Sale 22 good stock heifers weight about GOO Ibs G A Swinebroad hand with family House and garden furnished Within two miles of town J C Siler 22tf G A Swinebroad will buy all of live stock and has on hand at all times live stock for sale Will trade swap or barter tf The wool market of the world is stronger and a tendency to continue rising is noticed Wool manufactur ers and dealers in all parts of the globe are fighting the Indiscriminate use of lime and sulphur sheep dips Try the new remedy for costiveness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed Price 25c For sale by R E McKot erts Druggist Tennessee claims the hogrecord of of the world One Elijah Griscom of White county slaughtered a hog 22 months old and when the animal was dressed it weighed out 714 pounds of Everybody who has hogs wishes had more of them and the same true of those who have good cattle There is money this year in feeding hogs and those who sold their corn are sorry they didnt convert it into is no food that will make hens lay like meat Bone cut up are excel lent but they are better if they have meat adhering to them If the hens fail to lay shut off the grain get some cheap lean meat or liver and feed it once a day in the morning allowing a pound of meat to ten hens At night the ordinary grain ration may be giv en but omit the corn Value of charcoal for poultry is best ascertained by allowing them access to it Wet filthy or old charcoal is not wanted Do not ex pect fowls to eat charcoal grit shells etc the way they eat corn Do not force it on them but rather have it in conveniont reach of the poultry and they will eat as much as they need or is good for them Thirty depots for sale of American meats exclusively have been opened in London England Trade is rushing at all of them the populace believing that the goods offered were well worth the low prices asked Similar depots are to be established in Manchester Liverpool Glasgow Ed ingburg and the other great centers of population in the British Islands American packers are behind the ven ture which has paid from the start Experienced fruit growers seem to think the greatest danger in the way of freezes Is past and that fruit are very good Reports have gone into the agricultural centers from all over the State to that effect The demand for logs continue very strong as it is shown by continued high prices Many thought that the increasing stiffness in price would rush logs into the market but as it has not done so the presumption is in favor of continued high prices Breeders of pure bred hogs say that they cannot keep up with the present demand from farmers who are to improve the quality of their droves Hogs coming to market now are much better m breed and quality than they were some years ago says the Chicago Drovers Journal but there is still room for improvement and farmers are realizing that it costs no more to feed a good hog than a poor one In fact it costs much less a drove of razorbacks could hardly into prime killing condition with any amount of feed We have lately heard a great deal of complaint among sheep raisers about the unusual mortality among sheep Some owners complain of one thing and some of another One sheep man has lost 35 or 40 ewes and nearly as many lambs He says he has never in all his experience seen any ailment like it Ewes seem ingly all right eating heartily and giving their lambs plenty of milk will lie down to rest and will not get up unless compelled to rise then after a short time will lie down again and the position in which they lie is a mark of the disease They will draw their hind feet as well as their cat very unnatural position for a sheep and will remain in that position until they ently a painless death withthe mouth resting on the ground Postmortem examinations i though by operators discover nothing to throw any light on the cause of this great mortality If this article reach es the eye of any one who can throw any light on the matter we should be pleased to hear from rodsburg Democrat 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 suf 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 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 Begularsize 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac Jul18 s WANTEDFarm pork porkThere constant apparently prospects ambitious prom- Inent fashiona dieappar inexperienced himHar fever etc kin begotten forefeet lie to or it ly at as Of to it on he by Miss Florence Newman who has been a great suffrer from muscular rheumatism says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the only remedy that her relief Miss Newman is a jnuch respected resident of the village of Gray N Y and makes this for the benefit of others similar ly afflicted This liniment is for sale by R E McRoberts Druggist A girl is never considered a good singer until she has caused a be postponed because she had a people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it would be used in nearly every as there are few people who do not suf fer from a feeling of fullness arter eat ing belching flatulence sour stomach waterbrash caused by indigestion or dyspepsia A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which with no aid from the stomach will digest your food certainly cant help but do you good FP Frisbie A woman always appreciates a young man in a streetcar but she is usually too modest to mention Billiousness is a condition charac terized by a disturbance of the diges tive organs The stomach is 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 the bowels Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result For sale by R E McRob erts Druggists A man laughs when he is amused a woman laughs when she thinks other people think she ought to laugh A Gentle In our style of climate with itssud den changes of tempture rain wind and sunshine intermingled in a single is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds half the deaths from this cause A bottle of Bos 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 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 Stormes Drug Store Regular size 75cts Get Greens Prize Almanac About all some women do when they clean house is to change the beds from one side of the room to the If mother Eve had known as much some of her daughters what a fool she would have made of that snake You can tell the exact age of a tree by its rings but this rule doesnt in the case of a society lady The wisdom of a woman who is vain is equal to that of a man who is vain of his brains It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist Sawtelle of Hartford Conn A la dy customer seeing the remedy ex posed for sale on my show case said me I really believe that medicine saved my life the past summer while at the sea shore and she became so enthusiastic over its merits that I at once made up my mind to recommend in the future Recently a came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once the floor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him I the dose and in minutes left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold McRoberts Druggist J affords statement concerts coldIf rising debilitated disturbances regulate hut often dayit resultin direct Consumption jul18 other apply her beauty A gentleman repeated fifteen R E household N S a I 1 p o PHESI iTEJlIAJV EJT12NSIAfc For THE KECOED Paint Lick May 1 MR EDITOR The Centennial of the Kentucky Presbytery of the Asso sociated Reformed Presbyterian church will be held at New Hope May 11th beginning at ten oclockThis Presbytery was formed of from Pennsylvania in 18ol Itmay be of interest to your readers to know something of the Psalm Singing Presbyterians in thisState It is an established fact that prior to 1800 all the different bodies of Presbyterians snug Davids Psalms Rev Watts was the first to make a free translation of tIle Psalms and to write hymns This brought The majority prefered the Psalms and Hvmns a minority prefering the Psalms alone The associate Reform church still holds to the exclusive use of Davids Psalms In 1801 when the Kentucky Presbytery was formed it three ministers Revs kin Craig and Steele There were about twenty stations for preaching Some places there were churches built others only stations where they had preaching occasionally At that time for some there were about eight hundred to one members The PsalmSinging Presbyterians have been few in as to other denominations or as compared to other bodies of Their distinctive doctrine is to teach preach and sing the Word of God They do not go outside of the Word of God for their songs of The Kentucky Presbytery now of six churches in the following counties Bath Bourbon Wood lord Madison Jefferson and one in Lincoln county Missouri Now Mr Editor if you wish to hear some good talks and hear the Psalms sung in all their beauty and sweetness come up to the following program 1 Early in the State of Kentucky by RevCS Young 2 The formation of the Kentucky Presbytery by Mr O T Wallace 3 The Needs and Difiiculties of the Presbytery and how to overcome them by Rev II Rabb 4 The Outlook and Possibilities by Rev S W Reid Catarrh has become such a common disease that a free from this disgusting complaint is seldom met It customary to speak of Catarrh as nothing more serious a a inflammation of the nose and throat It is in fact a complicated and very dangerous disease not at first it very soon becomes so The blood is quickly contaminated the foul and the poison through the general circulation is to all systemSalves are unsatis factory and disappointing because they do not reach seat trouble S does It cleanses the blood of the poison and eliminates front the system secretions and thus cures thoroughly and permanently the worst cases Mr T A Williams a leading drygoods of Spartanburg S For years I bad a severe case of nasal Catarrh with all the disagreeable effects which belong to that disease which make life and unendurable I used medicines prescribed and suggested by numbers without getting better I It had the desired effect and cured me after taking tine now iu use that will effect a permanent cure is the only purely i stable purifier known and of all blood cines and tonics If have Catarrh dont wait until it becomes deepseated and chronic but be gin at once lie use of S S S and send tor our book on Blood and Skin Diseases and write our physicians about your case THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA After all this talk about womanshe is but an afterthought You remem ber Eve was only sideissue When one woman says that another is queer it means that she is too to express her real opinion Woman leads the world She used smokeless powder for ages before man trying to invent it S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain IntheHe Presbyterian church I ministers began divisions among the churches Adam Han thousand compared Presbyterians consists Presbyterianism I with Ibadcold I catar- rhal merchant U Cui leadin l hvsician then began to take S S S eighteen Iii my opinion S S S is the only medi greatest charitable thoughtof W about worship is b an d 4 CatarrhS And a New Stock of NEW F2RM L L Buggies Surries3 M B TJ C KBOAHDS3 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 El Lancaster Ky J 7 v i s r j r WE SELL Eeady Mixed Paint 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University by W R Smith Waller Hudson Bessie Gulley Sim Anderson Lancaster Bessie Shaw Crocket Henry Versailles Sallie Mc Mullen Susan Mitchell Midway Bes sie Robinson Mt Sterling Jno Heflin Byram Hart Flemingsburg Clay Elk in James French Julia Hastings Winchester Willie Clark Williams town Artie Alexander Ike Gaither Harrodsburg Contest in Plane Oeometry Prize Gold Medal by J R Hasel B Burnside Ollie L Gill Lancaster Bessie Shaw Henry Thompson Versailles Rosa M Starratt Mt Sterling Jno Heflin Byram Hart Flemingsburg Mae Robert Ogden David McKinley Winchester Willie Clark Williams town Nora Million Richmond Contest in Plane Trigonometry Prize Gold Medal By Faculty State College Waller Hudson Sim Pearl Bettis Lancaster Robt McMullen Midway Contest in Latin Translation First Prize Gold Medal by Faculty State College Second Prize S250 worth of Books by Robt Kinnaird Cora Ward Willie B Burnside L Gill Lancaster Fannie Graves James French Edward David McKinley Winchester Mayme Campbell Mollie Clouse Contest in Mental Arithmetic under 16 Prize Gold Medal by Miss Elisa Morrow Kittie Mason Ethyl Dunn Lancaster Edith Cren shaw Louis Morancey Versailles McMullen J L Cogan Midway Wilson Flemingsburg Frank Hawkins Walter Botkin Clarence Reid Winchester Gilbert McAfee Julius Sallee Harrodsburg Newton Whitlock Richmond Contest in English Composition First Prize Gold Medal by College Second Prize Central Scholarship by Dr L H Blanton Fox Logan Annie Herndon Katie L Denny Lancaster Crocket Henry Fannie Groves Versailles Bessie Baird Midway Woodson Dudley Flemingsburg Frankie McDonald Annye Bailey Winchester Donald McCleur Williamstown Myrtle Brit ten Beulah Terhune Harrodsburg Lucy Chestnut Mattie Turpin Annie Timothy Danville Contest in and Vertical Prize Two Gold Pins by Trustees Lancaster Graded Ward Katie L Denny R AndersonLancas ter Lucy Botkin Ellen Ward Bright Taylor Versailles Grace Coyle Taud Mt Sterling Sadie Scobee Mary Feeley Vicie Patten Edith Hogan Winchester Ella McFatridge Harrodsburg Nell Riddle Mary Scriv ner Richmond Contest in Drawing Prize Gold Medal by Jacob Joseph Fannie Henry Fox Logan Mary Bates Lancaster Emile Jones Joseph Shaw Winchester Beulah Terhune Harrodsburg Grammar First Prize Gold Medal by Normal School and Bowling Green Business College Second Prize Silk Umbrella by C D Powell Co An gle Kinnaird Ethyl Dunn Annel Tomlinson Lancaster Anne Crenshaw Versailles Milton Davis Kittie Mc Mullen Midway Anna L Wilson Flemingsburg Beulah Davis Edith Hogan Winchester Nell Riddle Nell Keller Jerry Powell Richmond S History Medal by Capt Wm Morrow Joe Burn side Carlton Elkin Lancaster Emile Morancy Versailles Sherman Price Wm Hawkins Raymond Cempbell Midway Chas Eldridge Mt Sterling Earnest Howe Flemingsburg Curran Benton Winchester Frank Conner Harrodsburg Issie MillionRichinond Prize Gold Medal by L Y Leavell Ethyl Dunn Ross Bastin Annell Tomlinson Lancaster Lydia Berry Versailles L Davis Sherman Price Midway Gypson Fox Winchester James Wishbury Harrodsburg Prize Gold Medal by Louis Lan M McRoberts Edna Mason Annell Tomlinson Lancaster May Carrington Nicholasville Essie Hodgkin Winchester Jerry Powell Nell Riddle Lillie Campbell Contest Physiology Prize Gold Medal C T U Bastin Adolph Angie Kinnaird Lancaster Maner Wallace Jesse Sacra Midway Elzle Vice Arthur McMillan Will iamstown CoNtest Best Exhibit of First Grade Work Prize 95 cast by R G Ward and G M Patterson Lancaster Exhibit of Second Grade Work Prize 95 Cast by J H Patterson Lancaster enters t e s denWillie Wallace Anderson Versailles Richmond LuskEdith Sallie Anna L University Richmond PenmanshipSlant SchoolCora Anna ContestEnglish Southern ContestU PrizeGold HerndonEdith ContestGeography ContestReading dramLettie Richmond by W LancasterRoss Joseph enters ContestBest Shirley Red- man Cent t l J W Exhibit in Drawing and Painting 5 Cast by Dr W S Beazley and Book by J J Barton Lancaster enters Government Prize Set of Hudsons Shakespeare 24 vol by Ginn Morrow Ida Stone lee Burnside Lancaster J L Cogan Robt McMullen Midway Earnest Howe Flemingsburg Frank Conner Harrodsburg Nora Million Mattie Turpin Richmond Best Chorus Prize Set of Hudsons Shakespeare 24 vol by Lancaster Graded School Lancaster Midway Harrodsburg Flemingsburg Richmond Best VocalQuartet Prize Four Gold Pins by J M Ilig ginbotham and Ward West R Anderson O Wallace Jno Cannon Archie Child ers Sallie McMullen Susan Mitchell Midway Harrodsburg Lilian Bybee Ethel Barnett Mary Scott Lucy Chestnut Richmond Best Vocal Prize Two Gold Pins by J M and James Sanders Willie B Burnside Theo Hemphill Lancaster Lucy Botkin Lydia Berry Versailles Susan Mitchell Pearl Parker Harrodsburg Ruth Wiggins Sudie Boring Richmond Best Vocal Prize Two Gold Pins by J C Anderson Chas West Lancaster Harrodsburg Will Broaddus Hubert Griggs Richmond Best Vocal and Female Prize Two Gold Pins by Gov Brad Anderson Cora Ward Lucy Botkin Sam Botkin Jno Cannon Susan Mitchell Midway Mary Oliver Gemmill Senff Mt Sterling Clyde Garr Bettie Flemingsburg Har rodsburg Herbert Griggs Ruth RichmondBest Prize Gold Medal by J M Logan R Anderson Lancaster Sam Botkin Versailles Jno Cannon Midway Gemmill Senff Mt Sterling Eugene Currey Harrodsburg Clyde Garr Flemingsburg Herbert Griggs Rich mond 50Yard Dash Prize Silver by R H Bat West Willie Fox Logan Lancaster Hiram Cannon Midway Harry Stephenson Mt Sterlieg Stone Nicholasville Tom Violette Williamstown Frank Nathen Gaither Evle Epperson Harrodsburg Fred DevoreRichmond Cogar Shye Danville 100Yard Dash Prize Gold Medal by Hon H V McChesney Les Anderson Ollie lace L Herndon Lancaster Frank Stephenson Earnest Richardson Mt Sterling Will Gamer Wallace Wolfe Williamstown Frank Davenport Chas Baldwin Harry Davenport Matt Currey Will Davis Nathan Gaither Harrodsburg Her bert Griggs Richmond 220Yard Dash Prize 350 in value dy F P Fris Herndon Les Anderson Ollie Wallace Lancaster Frank Mt Sterling Ira McMillan McClure Wallace Wolfe Will iamstown Frank Davenport Hugh Houchin Harrodsburg Will Parrish Richmond HalfMile Run Prize Gold Medal byR E ftlcRob erts O Wallace C Elkin w Hudson Sim Anderson Lancaster Hiram Midway Earnest Richardson Mt Sterling Donald McClure Will iamstown Chas Baldwin Bob Mitch ell Harry Davenport Frank Daven port Harrodsburg Jerry Parrish will Parish Richmond Running High Jump Prize 250 in Gold by J H Symp son waller Hudson S Anderson L Herndon Ed walker Lancaster will Davis Robt Mitchell Chas Baldwin Harrodsburg will Parish Richmond Running Broad Jump Prize 250 in Gold by School Board Ollie Wallace w west waller Lancaster Dick Richardson Williamstown will Parish Harvey Parrish Richmond Standing Broad Jump Prize 250 in Mershon S Anderson O Wallace L Herndon Lancaster Dick Richardson town Nathan Gaither will Davis Chas Davis Harrodsburg will Parish Harvey Parish Richmond Throwing Heavy Shot Prize 250 in Gold M Denny Ed walker Lewis Burnside Lancaster Parker wood Mt Sterling Edward Redmon Winchester Claude Neal Williamstown will Davis Ike Gaither Thurmon Cunningham Harrodsburg Throwing Base Ball Prize Standard Ball and BatS Anderson M Denny L Burnside Lancaster Henry Thompson Ver sallies Earnest Richardson Stanley Brown Mt Sterling Nathan Gaither Chas Baldwin H C Bohan Harrodsburg Henry Pitman Jerry Parrish Richmond Running Hop Step and Jump Prize 250 in Denny O Wallace will west Lancaster Chas BaldwinHarrodsburg Harvey Parrish Richmond 100 Yard SAck Race Prize 250 in Gold by J C Robin Herndon Les Anderson Sim Anderson Lancaster Finley Hopkin Midway Homer Strother Robert Ogden WinchesterPotato Race Prize 250m Gold by Geo Palmer JM Denny L Anderson L Herndon ContestBest Prize ContestCivil CoEdith I othersEarl Lancaster DuetFemale Duncan Midway DuetMale HemphillR DuetMale leyR Lancaster Versailles Andrews Wiggins SoloMale sonChas Norman Davenport Val Winchester bieL Stephenson Donald Cannon Hudson Goldwillie williams Gull MOberly GoldM sonL Watch Lancaster Henry Thompson Finley Hopkins Midway Clyde Garr Flemingsburg Robert Chas Pendleton Clay Elkin Winchester Arthur McMillan Will iamstown Chas Baldwin Erie Epper son G Moberley Harry Davenport Chas Smith Harrodsburg Jerry Par rish RichmondBase Ball Game Prize Championship and caster Williamstown Harrodsburg Flemingsburg and Richmond CHALLENGES Mt Sterling sends out a challenge for the hest tennis game and offers a gold medal to each of the winners Teachers must see that pupils are present at the hours for examination Ogden FlagLan Versailles according to the program RAILROAD RATES From all points on the L N sys tem round trip tickets can be at li fare from other systems a rate of li on the certificate plan R R certificates should be presented to Prof T M Hampton Secretary of Tournament for verification Special Service A special train will run from Rich mond to Lancaster May 23rd making connection at Richmond with the Southbound train from Cincinnati that passes Winchester at noon thus assuring close at Winches ter to all points on the N The same special will leave Lancaster May 25 at 1 p m for Richmond and Win chester for all points North East and westAll contestants and teachers will be entertained On arriving at Lancaster go to the Garrard Opera House where you will bs assigned homes by the Committee on Entertainment On Thursday afternoon Friday and Saturday morning there will be games of base ball between visiting clubs Thursday evening Declamatory Contests and Vocal Solos at Opera L afternoon r purchased connection f To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding AKBUCKLES you have m coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get Roasted Coffee for it is actually less than the cheap kind goes being better flavored more satis fyingYou will find a list of useful arti cles in each package of Aibncldea Coffee A definite part of one of these arti Jes becomes yams when tiny the coffee The one you select from the list will be sent you on condition that send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY Arbuckles expensive furtherbesides HouseFriday Examinations at Graded School Building Friday evening Musical Contest at Opera House Friday at 3 p m Public Oral in Spelling at Opera House Saturday morning Athletics at Athletic Grounds Admission to ball games 10 cents Ladies free to Athletic Contests 10 cents Ladies free to Public Oral Contest in Spelling 10 cents to Declamatory Contest and Contest Gallery 25c General Ad mission 35c Reserved Seats 50c Entries from Eminence and too late for publication Contest Admission Musical Somerset T Lancaster Marble Works 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 McGUIRE The cheap store in the corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel has brought in a fine stock of new and second hand CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS We also have a full line otslight ly used household taitnre and Carpets The goods will be sold at t he lowest Prices Come and see us when in town CINCINNATI STORE Cheapest Place in Town North- East building FINE SHOES UNDRAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their 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 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 theCENTRAL ou a i lh 3 AV1DSON- r s k i No 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway 3 varandas and a summer 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 Trice is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap and win go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or feet deep if desired a part of the Hill property Splendid build ing site for a nice residence In a good neigh borhood and one of residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent 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 ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm Acres on Mid dle Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the land has been In grass but Is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobaccn or hemp land the rest is rich and productive ever failing water and fencing in good repair Lund has been well treated story box house 4 rooms and n porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm of86 Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown In oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn and all outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it No 7 House and Lot In DanTille Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has 8 large rooms front hallway above and below back hall veranda finished inside and conveniently con structed large bath room 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 residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself For further particulars write t R L Davidson LawOffice over Stormes Notice to Hear Proof on Claims MaryC Cox PUT Garrard Circuit Court Jno M Higginbotham Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar rard Circnit Court made at its March term 1901 in the above case the undersigned Master Commissioner will hold dally sittings in his office in Lancaster Garrard county Ky beginning with this date and sit to 10th of June 1901 to hear proof on claims against decedents estate All persons having present them within the limit or thev will become barred under my hand this 9th day of April 1901 t Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court 1 4 Dr O P the best of 52 1 fruIt- ing ice house necessary handsomely prescribed s 4118 5 I a vs JN0W No G Farm of 0 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Rockcastle line All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given April Is 1901 Price within the reach of men of moderate mean No 9 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep Nice are building all around this property proper ty in this location is sloops salable No 10 House anti Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known as the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot Is 113 feet front on Danville Avenue and 193 feet iu depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged In every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and stairways rooms large and house we I ventilated House has ben lately remodeled and extensively and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike balance nudes cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is in good repair House 1J stories containing 6 rooms porch and porches good cistern good boxed 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 81 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike ftl acres in grass balance nnder cultivation good strong land in good repair and watered by never failing springs Two story frame T house 6 rooms and necessary outbuildings One of the largest and best barns in the coun try Buildings are comparatively new 2good orchards desirable farm near town and in good locality No13 House and Lot near Sal phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot In Len No 14 600 Acres ot Coal Timber Land in Pulaski County About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal V of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it or call on store lonis Landram Central Record office TOWN PROPERTY As administrator of Mrs Nannie E Carpen ter I will on Monday May 27 1901 publicly defore the court house door in Lan caster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville and Lexington streets Property is in good repair well located and very desirable Terms made known on day of sale J A SLAUGHTER Admr Any persons having claims against said Mrs Nannie E Carpenter will present them to me properly evrified before March 22 1901 IJi after outside improved splendidlat- ticed log caste and H D t residentjI Avery rooms OR r i one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample Igor model bicycle of our manufacture MAKE 10 TO Hand Mtoken in trade by our Chicago retail stores uU Ivmany good as new We bicycle APPROVAL toanyone without a cent deposit tit You take absolutely a wheel until you have writtea for ow MCim d nEE nuL DL bicycle Write today for free catalogue a out special otc J L MEAD Chkat RIDER AGENTS WANTED y 50 A WEEK besides having awheelto ride for yourself IBOllodels 10 to 18 00 I 981I11els 111 12 10 TRilL payaDO NOT 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