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TWELFTH YBIR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter DRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR NUlIIBEll T LOUIS IAY 1 ll hg gnti1 b 1 l CORN PLANTERS and CULTIVATORS OneHorse SUPERIOR DISC CORN PLANTER See our 13 tr HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors I I 3 119 ear CULTIVATOR 311R Jt Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Sull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for loaned on for sums of 500 upward Cashor 3 THE HOME NEWS iE S rVW w A w Spring Time Advice Beat the carpet gently papa Do hot strike it quite so hard For you know we cant replace Short of eightty cents a yard Exchange I Call for your stamps R A Stone A lovely line of handkerchiefs Jc sephs v- I A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys If you want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey Ward Sympson will not you by sending a boy to take your 01 ders Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in T Currey Be sure and see the gold medals for school tournament on display in show window at Thompsons It Be prepared to give the school boys and girls a rousing welcome next week Dont be too stingy and mean to spend a little on their entertain ment Commencing Monday April 29th our line of Rio Coffee will go lb Standard Granulated Sugar 18 Ibs for SI This sale will last two weeks Blue Grass Grocery Some Natural Kickers Everywhere The Somerset Journal says it is a grave mistake to think that the of Somerset arc so divided in sen timent that even the Lords receive a unan imous vote Bible Depository TIlE RECORD is requested to that the depository for the Garrard County Bible Society has been removed to J A Beazleys furniture store wanting bibles and are unable to buy them can secure one for the asking Will Locate In Lexington In a lengthy interview with a Herald man Homer Batson formerly of Lancaster says he will swing his law shingle in that city as he has traveled extensively looking for a location and believes that city is by far the best for a young man TIlE RECOKD wishes him much success bother at lOc only people nothingnot Prayercould announce hose it- t C prices Lexington I 3 J ifJ Of BID t oooo ooo ooooo oooo 0o Our Ririe Q a 8 s a 3 I A 4 ann Cnilnr CL THING ICllS Boys ens r Q 5f I yi sS US and liD To nat J ooooooooooooOOOOOODOo coooooOOOOOOIOooooooooo SSOES Is Complete Q I Yes we have pi Complete Lines of SHOES for flJl Men Boys La H dies and Children S gj H gs COME SEE OUR STYLES and LEARN OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY The Logan Dry Goods Co H 2S fe p g n jj s px I p 0 m o s 0 Scrivens Drawers at GOc Ward Sympson You get rebate stamps for all repair work at W J Romans The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and see sam pIes You can buy a bushel basket full of goods at R A Stones for DOc and have money left R A Stone buys hides feather eggs hens and all kinds of produce and pays cash Our hosiery department was never more complete All the latest styles and colors Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply to II A B Marksbury and Son You can buy coffee at R A Stones at lOc per Ib but we have no corn at c per can dont handle anything so inferior our goods are all good The trustees of the Graded School met Saturday but did not make ap pointments of teachers for next term They meet again next Saturday It is not our policy to run around and nag at and worry merchants to give us job work but if they give it to us we put forth every effort to please the m Watch these columns next week we will tell you something new about Wards Hour See the lisiNof dealers that sell it Call for and Gilt Edge Bates Jliiler A good and gentle combined mare Will be sold privately She is a mod el family animal either for harness or saddle Call at this office for tf Still HUM Em John Tibbs a colored citizen of Danville had fiftylive shares of Northern Pacific stock but couldnt get his certificates to New York in time to get skyrocket price for it Honors for Keg Sir Knight W B Mason has been notified of his appointment as a mem ber of the Escort Committee at the big Conclave in Louisville next Aug ust This means that Keg will have to muster in the hot sun Teachers Examinations Examinations for white teachers will be held at myoflice Friday and Saturday May 17 and 18 Examinations for colored teachers will be held at my oHice Friday and Saturday May 24 and 25 tf Elisa J Lusk Supt Wolloped Em Again The Lancaster boys went over and bested the Danville team again afternoon The local boys up to the notch and if you want to see some good playing attend their games THE RECORD will wager a years subscription against a bale of huy that they win the flag next week Recital The recital by the music class of the Graded School will be given in the chapel next Tuesday afternoon at two oclock THE RECORD is to say that everybody is cordially invited to be present The class the able instruction of Mrs Belle Burnside has made wonderful this session and patrons are delighted with her work She is a thorough musician and a teacher puts her whole soul in her work The trustees certainly did a wise act when they selected Mrs Burnside for the position she now holds Judge Davlaou Selected ExCongressman Geo M Davisor of Stanford will be assistant attorney of the new judicial district recently created by congress District Attor ney Tinsley has written a letter to Attorney General Knox recommend leg his appointment As it is cus tomary for the department of justice to allow the district attorneys name their assistants announcement of the appointment to be effective July 1 will probably be made soon THE congratulates Judge Davison upon his success Hes a good lawyer and will make a faithful officer Cant The Law Be Enforced It is reported that a party of men went to Dix river one night last week and almost blew the bottom out with dynamite while another party of sen iers followed closely behind and out what fish were left It Is said this was done at the Cook hole and was kept up nearly all night for miles up and down the river It is absolutely disgusting to see a openly violated and no attempt made to capture the guilty party If some fellow were to steal an old bony horse to serve ten years in the penitentiary but the total destruction of the fish can gp merily on without any moles cotton of the guilty parties whatever c 10 V I J White the For Sale I information Monday Tuesdu requested under progress RECORD dragged several law so worth probably 10 he would be roseph Ivan aright the m C ads Japalac makes old furniture like new and best finish for floors at Thompsonjs 2t Wanted 10000 doz eggs before June 1st Will pay lOc per dozen R A Stone We buy old gold and the Jeweler 2t Top Notch Flour is extra good Try it only 55c at Blue Grass Grocery Will pay lOc per dozen for eggs to May 30th R A Stone sells good goods as cheap as you pay inferior goods at other places R A Stone will sell you goods as low as any house in town and pay you lOc per dozen for eggs Now is the time to have your cis tern cleansed and T J ITatcher can do a perfect job without taking out all the water Give him a call tf Just received a new lot furniture prices as low as the lowest Call and see same and get prices before you buy R A Stone For June weddings have new stock cut glass Sterl ing silver in all the fancy pieces 2t Thompson the Jeweler There will be three hundred visitors to attend the Blue Grass Graded School Contest at opera house Go at once to Stormes and have your seat reserved John Lackey who has been living at Mrs left yesterday to take a clerkship at Rockcastle Springs which resort will be run wide open this season by a gentleman from We are having a nice run on job work We have the handsomest line of stationery ever brought to If we cant please you it costs you nothing Try THE RECOUD when in need of writing material Curd of Thanks Wa take this method of thanking our friends for the many acts of kind ness during our recent bereavement We certainly appreciate and cherish them W M Mahan and family firing Your Clothing I am located in the room adjoining Garrard Hotel and better prepared than ever to clean press and repair your clothing Satisfaction teed Give me a trial Geo Eck stein the tailor m9tf Will Serve Ice Cream The Ladies Aid Society will have an ice cream parlor in the room Miss Sallie Tilletts millinery store during the School Tournament Ices will be served during the day and the evening til a late hour Prices low All invited tf Now Is The Time An expert grower of shade trees tells TIlE RECORD that last week the seeds began to fall from the maple shade trees and this is the time to and plant them They are still falling and by a very little trouble and less expense you can get a stand of trees that will be of inestimable value for both comfort and ornament He says says they should be planted in rows like peas Will Visit Lancaster The Louisville Timessays the Board of Trade of that city has about com pleted a series of excursions for that body to several Kentucky towns the summer and Lancaster is mentioned in the list If they do come an effort should be made to them in true Garrard county style If anybody has any public spiritedness let him take hold of the matter and make some preparations for the occasion The object of the excursion is to promote friendship and good will between the Louisville wholesale men and their customers throughout the state No attempt will be made to sell goods on these trips The first excursion is to be run some time in June A Good Samaritan W P Walton is evidently trying to get a corner on newspapers of southern Kentucky Advocate has been that he will Times Mt Vernon Signal and the Somerset Journal His will likely remain at ville Advocate No no brother Mr Walton is not one of the cornering kind He is a plain everyday honest man who uses his means to help his struggling fellows to gain a foothold in the world If he sees a young man trying to earn an honest living is keeping sober and acting on the square he is willing to divide his last penny to assist there in We do not Rive this as hearsay testimony but from personal experi ence Its true there are many men in this old world that will accommo date you but each must be accompanied bygoldelephant security and be paid for at the rate of fifty per cent If there were more such men as Col Walton and fewer frontpew hypocrites this country would be farmore pleasant to dwell in Thompson Cllh y e etc 0 NcaPs Tennessee Lancaster adjoining during entertain sconce theBarbourville StanfordDan only I liver f fur w water guars secure accommodate A Ileberlings greenhouse Is indeed thingof beauty Try Liptons Fine Tea at GOcts Ib Blue Grass Grocery College yells will ring on the streets of Lancaster next week Let us show you our line Shirts and Underwear Ward Sympson The Cincinnati excursion was patronized Sunday Another will run Sunday week The military corset is quite popular this season We have enii I want your butter and eg s also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Will Preach in iTIiddlesboro Rev C M Reid has accepted a call to for the Middlesboro Baptist church and is now making arrange ments to move his family there It you have property for sale or want a place see Davidson Lan dram who can save you much time and money They have anything you want in the property line for sale at reasonable prices Our lines of ladies and childrens summerweight lisle thread gauze Swiss ribbed cotton and silk vests pants and union suits specially adapted for comfortable wear in hot weather Cut Worms Much complaint is being made of the work of cut worms Especially in gardens they play particular havoc Tomato plants have fared worse than other small truck Farmers say the worms are also mowing down much hemp Bee Keepers To the bee keepers of Garrard and adjoining counties See the Pullins Bee Hive the latest improved Pats March 5 1J01 Call on or address R Stone Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or ter ritory rights for sale 44tf Doctor Ashley The above is not exactly Benton Ashleys full name yet but from the progress he made at the medical school in Louisville the past term we judge he will soon be a uIMIedued 31 D and ready to give you a pill on the slightest provocation So many young men are growing up like jimson Tweeds that a fellow with Bentons ambition should certainly receive en J Joseph coaragement- a C we pre tclt C arc J Joseph Organdies Lawns and Dimities at Ward Sympson Belts bells the latest styles at Josephs1 Hungarian and millet seed are the best and cheapest Blue Grass Grocery When you want anything in our line just ring up 100 and it will be deliver promptly Ward Sympson See our beautiful lines of madras pique and corded madras cloUt J Joseph Hemi Seed H A B Marksbury Son have a few bushels of choice hew Cultivated hemp seed for sale Call and see them tf Wheat Wanted II A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand bush els of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf If you want to see and hear the program of the Contest in the Graded School Tournament you had better go at once to Stormes and have your seats reserved There will not be standing room 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 in Central Kentucky J A Beazley Co Nice Improvement Mr F P has had his papered and painted which makes it one of the prettiest business houses in Central Kentucky Fred believes in keeping things uptodate and lets no cob webs accumulate on his stock Enterprise at Richmond The Hume Bros have bought the old fair grounds at Richmond and will next week commence the erection large barrel and stave factory Interest in the oldtime fair has about died out It takes tleshcolored tights to draw a crowd in these twen tieth century days and no mistake i Correction The name of Bessie Gulley should be substituted for Sim Anderson in Higher Arithmetic and instead of Pearl B ttis in Trigonometry in the program of the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament as published in RECORD last weep also the Con test in Drawing and Painting is lin ited to the Third Reader Grade and Alex Denny is the giver of a prize j bet all 1ed Blue- Grass trimmed Frisbie storeroom C C C oft thereon DEATH OF COL YASTIS After a lingering illness Mr Harvey Yantis passed peacefully into the Great Beyond Thursday night As stated in TILE RECORD at the time Mr Yantis received a fall some months ago from the effects of which he nev er recovered The injuries received caused him much pain and suffering He was born in Lancaster November 13th 1807 and resided in this county all his life For many years he was sheriff of the county He was acting in this capacity when the old jail re cently torn away was built and the first prisoner therein We pleted and as trap doors were then used he put his man down through the hole placed a plank over it and slept on the plank all night to keep the prisoner from getting out Mr Yantis was the most widely known and most highly represented man in the county and if he had an enemy we have never heard of it In early life he united with the church and was an active worker therein He was strictly honest in his dealings al ways ready to help a friend and never failed to speak a kind word to those about him Funeral services were conducted by Elder J L Allen Fri day morning and the remains interred in the Lancaster Cemetery The fol lowing children mourn his loss W A Yantis of Paragould Ark Mrs Mary Daniei Lexington Rubt YantisMrs Mathusa Currey Thos L Yantis Mrs Nannie Jennings Mrs Jennie Martin Sam Yantis James L Yantis Mrs Hattie Romans Mrs Nellie Carson and Mrs Carrie Davidson More Local on page 3 putin placed New Shirts in Town I They are here Take off that stiff starched shirt No V wonder you are uncomfortable Put on one of our Negligee X Shirts and youll feel like a different man cool as a cucum O ber soft as a government job not as hard to get for they cost v only 50c 75c 1 and I5O Many new patterns some A are pure white some are pleated French Percales C Madras Etc Every shirt fits we guarantee it If you V have never worn a Negligee during hot weather try one and X you will feel under lasting obligations to us for our O X What a relief to change the heavy scratchy winter A for the soft cotton summer garments Here are the O famous Bon Bon Balbriggan Silky Fibre Cotton fine Lisle Thread in colors black tan pink blues lavender and X white so soft so perfect in fit and elastic that they infuse O vigor and make you feel like a new man Prices lower than V ever SWELL HOSIERY The swellest hose imaginable are here We smile when a man asks for fancy hose Plaids new ones dots stripes etc It will pay you to call and see our fancy hose youll need them as this will be a great low shoe season All prices from 1 Oc to 50c per pair H T LOGANN The OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher OOOOOOO I I 2 2 Chev- iots SEE OUR LIRE OF THIN UNDERWEAR underwear I I oo000000O0000000000000 suggestion o0000000000000o00O0ocDoO00000000000 4Z WE SELL Ready Mixed Paint and Guarantee It Money refunded or house repaint ed if purchaser is not satisfied R E McROBERTS Druggist CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May 16 1901 OUT in Denver a man named Shel ton who claims close kinship to Ja cob and Moses has been claiming pow er to cure diseases by sending to any distance etc Last week he was fined 25 for improper use of Uncle Sams mails but it is not whether it was for sending through them Shelton may be able to get Cousin Jake or Cousin Mose to intercede for him at the bar above but their petitions and requests will have to be reduced to writing and have the backing of several congressmen before they will cut any ice in Washington THE Harrodsburg Sayings prints a half column Tribute to a Dog This may seem a little strange on first thought but if you will that a good dog is worth ten of the average men of today it goes to show that the Sayings knows how to give justice to whom justice is due A good dog will never desert his friend When your dog wags his tall you can rest assured it comes from the heart but when you get the glad hand from the average man of today make hot haste to bathe that hand in IT has been reported that ExGov Bradley would assist in the of Taylor should he be returned from Indiana Those who know Mr Bradley readily see the threadbareness of this story He worked faithfully in the cases at Frankfort and accord ing to his statementnever got enough pay for his services to offset his ex penses The exgovenor has had all he wants of the affair and we doubt if he could be hauled into another of the trials with a cable rope MR B O CUNNINGHAM announces his retirement from the Danville News Mr C is a splendid man and is well thought of by the brethren of the quill who trust he will soon remount the tripod The News is now under the full control of Maj E W Lillard who has already shown his ability to shove a quill with skill and grace Heres success Eph A TENNESSEE farmer was shot dead the other day because he refused to take a drink Had this happened in Kentucky it would have been but to shoot a man for to drink the stuff sold in Tennessee is wrong and should not be done MR ROCKEFELLER the Standard Oil magnate will receive a check for 5000000 on June 15 as his share of quarterly dividends Rock wrote us last week that as soon as he collected in a little money he would pay his subscription to THE RECORD IN accounts of the crash on wall street last week it is said many went home to dinner penniless Well we dont see anything remarkable in this We go home to dinner penniless 365 times a year and doubtless many a poor fellow does the same thing THE Sultan of Turkey shot dead a doctor who was working on his If the doctor is on an average with the big physicians of the day the Sultan will have no trouble a clear case of selfdefense i j rig vibrations stated vibrations judgment remember saltwater prosecution newspaper justifiable refusi highness establishing a PAINT LICK Frying chickens are on the bill of fare at the Veranda Hotel Mr E Deatherage of Richmond was here Monday receiving wool Some of our farmers say the are getting in their work on the corn Miss Amanda Andersons school closed Tuesday she gave her pupils a picnic at the Tar Spring near Wai laceton Farview and Paint Lick a ladys black kip driving glove for the left will please leave it at the Veranda Hotel The dirty dozen as they call made a raid on W S Fish store Saturday night and eat up all the cakes ginger snaps c that he had The material for the bank and the workmen are putting it up in a whoop Eula Harris and Stone the lightning brick layers are putting them down faster than the spectators can count them Wanted at dozen or more good men that are out of employment to watch the brick layers and make suggestions Experiience not but good reference is required Apply to G W Slavin city marshal Paint Lick Mr and Mrs J C Thompson of were the guests of Mr and Mrs R L Jennings at the Veranda Hotel Sunday Several went on the from here to Cincinnati Sunday went to Berry Sun doy to see his parents Mr I C Ruck er formerly of this place but now of Berry was here a few on business His many friends gave him hearty shaking Mrs C man and daughter Mary Clark went to Stanford Saturday to see Dr J F Peyton who has been treating her for liver trouble Robt Kinnaird of Lancaster and Tink Anderson were here Monday on business Mr E L Woods has returned from Cincinnati where he went with cattle and hogs He reports the market a little off Mr W A Kemper cashier of our new bank was here this week getting ac quainted with the people He seems to be a nice gentleman and comes well recommended Jim Rucker went to Danville to see the base ball game BRYANTSVILIE Miss Mittie Dunn closed a school at this place last Friday Rev Johnson will fill his regular ap pointment at the Methodist church Sunday Dont forget the entertainment at Pleasant Grove Saturday evening be ginning at eight oclock Go to J S Haseldens for a nice hand made saddle and harness He will make them to you lower than you can buy elsewhere Mrs Sam Saddler and family of have been called to the bedside of her father who was taken suddenly ill last week and remains in a critical condition Mrs Mary Wolfoik and little daughter of Lexington spent a few days with her parents last week Mrs Johnson is visiting her in Wilmore this week Mr and Mrs Sam Norris are visiting relatives at Lock No 8 Mr Williams and family of Jessamine visited relatives here Sunday Quite a number from here attended the picnic at the last Saturday and report a de lightful time Mr B F Jennings and wife visited relatives in Paint Lick last week Mrs Nell Bourn spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mar rie Ballard Many a candidate thinks himself a Clay only to discover after the elec tion that his name is Mud e ugh cutworms Lostbetween handfinder themselves has arrived Rufus Onceone necessary Lancaster excursion Rucker daysago B successful Louisville waterworks Will Eng dater JOHN B STOUT DANVILLES LEADING DRUGGIST COMPLETE LINE OF PUREST DRUGSPAINTS OILS and VARNISHES Our Soda Fountain now in Full Blast BEST SODA WATER IN KENTUCKY f f tff f tt JOHN B STOUTDANVILLES LEADING DRUGGIST I p H s WS fog tegf p o H JH O m I I H 88 sis 83 m 000I II r J I IIooooo oooo ooooooooooooooooo ooooooo tf t 11 mnaa o 0Q 0 s xasnxssasaar MARKSBUllY Mr George Durham departed this life at his home near here last evening After exercises his remains were interred in the Fork cemetery Thursday evening He has been a for some time Mr Durham was a good Christian loving husband and father and a kind He leaves nine children to mourn his loss his wife and baby having gone on before The loved ones have the sympath of all They should mourn nut as those who have no hope but should strive to live so they will meet father mother and brother May rich blessings attend them is the earnest wishes of the the writer and their many friends Mr W D Marks bury of Marcellus spent Sunday with F K Sutton and family Mr Joshua Sutton wife and baby of Lancaster spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Mr and Mrs Sam Saddler of were called to the bedside of their father Mr Henry Saddler who is quite sick at the home of his son Allen Saddler Rev B A Cops attended the Southern Baptist at New Orleans last week Mrs J H Durham and little daughter Annie Lee of arrived Wednesday to spend several weeks with her parents and Mrs H D Aldridge The greatest attraction on the road is a small express wagon drawn by two pug dogs This team is owned by Master Tom Pollard Messrs Jim Durham of Artemus and Wick Durham of Corbinwh came to attend the funeral of their brother Mr George Durham returned home yesterday PKEACHERSVILLE J H Thompson sold his farm to his father for 4200 The prospect is favorable for a Mac cadee tent to be organized here Rev W M C Hutchins went to Mad ison Saturday to preach some funerals Miss Roda White of Mt Vernon is visiting relatives here Dr Kin naird and Judge M D Hughes of Lancaster were here Saturday Maccabees Miss Pearl Corm nov Rowland has been visiting her grandmother for a few days Mrs Maggie Hobbs of Lancaster was in our town Sunday Mr James Pet tus and wife of Stanford visited Mr J F Pettus and family Sunday Mr and Mrs John Cress visited relatives at Brodhead last week Miss bell who has been living with her aunt Mrs A J Thompson and school returned to her heme in Raccastle JUT HEBRON Master Arthur Preston is very ill with pneumonia A wedding is to take place in this locality in the near future Cut worms are playing havoc with J M Vanderpools hemp crop Miss Hattie Duncan and little Ruth Montgomery are victims of chicken pox Ernest Montgomery has a cow in a very critical condition It is believed she has hydrophobia Mr and Mrs Dennie Scott are the happy father and mother of a 10lb baby boy christened William Goebel Messrs Geo Bruce and Jonah Mar see have some very peculiar peach the entire crop being twins Rev J I Wills who was given the pastorship of Mt Hebron church on our last church meeting can not be with us on our regular meeting day but will preach for us next Sunday evening Services beginning prompt lyat 7 oclock Let every one come Mrs G A Bruce is visiting her ters Mesdames Wm and Frank near Burgin Samuel is the guest of Jas Johnson at High Bridge F W Montgomery and family spent Sunday with Mrs Lucy Montgomery Mr row niece May me last Sunday BETTIS The farmers are about through planting corn Kinnaird Bourne has rented of Mose Adams some hemp land Several farmers in this vicinity are losing their calves from black leg The gardeners of this community Who can beat it Mrs Am Bourne has one hen that has hatched thirty chickens this Spring There is talk of a Sunday school be ing organized at Pleasant Hill and it is hoped that the report is true W SBettis and James Bourne went to Lexington Sunday on business and returned home Monday afternoon John Underwood and wife of Hub ble visited her parents Sunday Mrs John Holtzclaw visited in this community Friday Mrs ams and children visited Mrs S H Es tes Sunday Robert wife visited Jim Speaks and wife at Marks bury Sunday Mrs James Herring and Mrs Jack Bourne are visiting at Hustonville and will attend the county meeting there Saturday 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 N Y and makes this for the benefit of others similar ly afflicted This liniment is for sale by REMcRoberts Druggist ca ugh Ad sufferer neighbor Above LouiS- ville Convention Coal port last examining of attending treesalmost Gam- mons Duncan Sher and wentto Cincinnati destroying Bettis and relatives I hasbeen statement I Wednesday fir DID da OtYie Mose and the at ter of day isz an er of of j HUBBLE Cut worms are devouring the crops gardens Pinkeye js the late epidemic among people of this community Corn is selling for 250 per barrel at the crib in this neighborhood Luther Underwood is having H C Taylor to build an addition to his res A R Moore will fill his pulpit the Christian church Sunday at 3 oclock Aunt Martha Hubble who has been very sick is thought to be some bet at this writing Bro H C Taylor gave the meeting a splendid lecture on the Joseph Sunday night Mr and Mrs J W Bourne spent Sun with Mrs Bournes parents and Mrs L B Underwood C C Withers was elected a delegate by the Christian church here to them in the county work at Hustonville Saturday Mr Jake Robinson has bought the Lillard farm of 450 acres for G350 acre and will take possession at once Mr Lillard will go to Oklahoma TEATERSVILLE Corn planting and sowing hemp is a thing of the past and sheep is in order now Protracted meeting will begin Gunns Chappel in July Rev Berin enthusiastic worker in the church and we trust he will have a successful meeting School closed on the 3rd Lilly Pierce received the prize in her class for scholarship Bertie Jones in his grade and Willie Pierce in advanced class The prizes in all grades were given for scholarship A very large crowd attend d at Buckeye Sunday Tiire was elaborate display of new niilliney new dresses and new suits Well wager we can afford more pretty girls and more nice looking young men than any other part of the state Mr Andrew Bogie has returned from Madison county where he was called to the bedside of his aged moth He reports her as improving after quite a serious attack of la grippe She is ninetythree years old and holds her own remarkably well Mr Will Bogie of Indiana has been the guest relatives here Mr Ed Walsh Pineville has been spending several days with Misses Sandidge Roy Ar nold came over from Danville on his wheel to pay his accustomed visit to a lady friend here Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty of Paint Lick are expected as guests to relatives here next week Jas Pierce was the guest of his brother Frank Pierce Sunday Wyatt Sandidge is his sister Mrs Emmett Eubanks to her departure for Oklahoma Master Carl Ray Curtis has been quite sick Mrs Curtis of Madison has been the guest of her son Forest Hill en tertained quite a number of friends Sunday Rev Pike was their guest while tilling his regular appointment at Buckeye Mr Kurtz of Harrods burg was the guest of a friend here Sunday JUDSON Young squirrels are ripe Mushrooms are a failure Wm Onstott finished breaking hemp last week Farmers hereabouts are busy maize this week Fishing in Kentucky river was better than now Wm Onstott bought of Miss Onstott a fine young horse for fifty dollars The acreage of land to be cultivated in hemp for seed in this section is far greater than that of last year A saddle has been invented by a Hill Billie of Sugar Creek that is serviceable hence in rainy weather it remains dry Patent may be applied forA good rain would revive us but praise the Dear Lord he sends refresh ing showers on the just and the un just old grumbler dont growl too much but keep on working The rain will be sent at the proper time So many things have happened to and around about me during the two years that have elapsed since I last wrote your most excellent paper I could write about I am at a loss to know where to begin Have traveled the most of the time during the both by land and water never re maining long at any particular except on two occasions after repeat ed and pressing invitations I consented to stop over two months Was highly honored each time Later if desire I will write at length prior to and during special visits A fishing party from your town composed of gentlemen towit Eld A R Moore J C Thompson James A Beazley Dr W S Beazley J C Hemp hill S G Haselden and came down and angled mouth of Sugar Creek The finny tribe did not suffer a few small ones were taken We believe most all if not all are married consequently it was to them a day which they could rejoice fish or no fish since they were monarchs of all they surveyed and last but not least they were away from home Gentlemen if you can arrange to come again about June 1st and kindly inform us two or three days in advdnce to fill you with fish For information relative to us apply at CENTRAL RECORD of fice n I idenceElder afternoon represent a services Curtis lIr and lIry Thomps planting never Mattie for interval place reluctantly J S muchonly we wilTtry jo ru 4 8 lif l1 pe shearin n visits pr you Hasel near y w r e r r g for den gfTAAWjSib t P tr CP0 call tit a ii to When wanting good cows and calves on J C Siler Lancaster Ky If you have anything in the stock line for sale see G A Swinebroad For Sale 22 good stock heifers weight about GOO lbs G A Swinebroad WAXTED Farm hand with family House and garden furnished Within two miles of town J C Siler 22tf McCarley Siler has one car load o hogs bought for May 20at prices from 84GO to 500 The hemp crop of Mercer county this year will probably be the largest ever planted- In 189G the free distribution of seeds by the government amounted to 10 000000 packets and now it has 24000000 The orange tree is very fruitful a single tree will produce 20000 oranges for use A good lemon free will produce 8000 lemons 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 J A Beazleys fine Black Squirrel mare dropped a colt lust week by Len Boyd The youngster is perfectly formed and is being much admired J C Siler sold to a Louisville dairy string of cows and calves and spring ers at 33 He also sold to an Indiana party a ten months old bull calf at J C Siler bought 4 cows and calves from S A Archer ranging in price from 30 to 40 He also bought from Joe Pope one cow and calf and three heifers at 9 The earliest specimens of Indian corn grew it is believed by botanists on the plateau of Peru where this plant has been found growing in a which indicates that it is to the soil Kansas is trying for another by proclaiming that the years wheat crop will be about 80000000 bushels However the crop will have be saved several times between now and harvest time Tobacco planting will be later than usual in this county unless the plants fore Juna 1st which will be late for old land T E Brawner of the Jumbo section writes us that he has a colt just which is as white as snow all over with the exception of its ears and tail which are jet black It is of a good size and promises to make a fine horse Interior Journal Joe Jordon the wellknown harness horse dealer of Atlanta Ga has been with Fox Logan of Danville Ky several days buying horses He has purchased a few at from 100 to 150 He says good horses are very scarce in this immediate locality In Clover Bottom country Clifton Reed bought 65 or 70 sheep and lambs from J R Guon at 312 per head for all and 108 sheep and lambs from C P Mitchell at per head Mr Reed sold 150 lambs to J Cohen to go May 5th at 6c a pound Jessamine Journal The next rush for lands in the In dian Territory will be a bloody one The lands to be thrown open embrace 750000 acres 1GO of which is reserved This will leave 3400 quarter sections for entry for which it is estimated that 40000 rushers will contend A bill prohibiting the docking of horses and the owning of showing of or the introducing of docked horses into the State of Missouri was into the Legislature of that commonwealth at its last session The of its terms The bill did not pass the House The second crop of potatoes from the industral relief farm at Ceiba Mocha Cuba has just arrived in New York and will probably be sold by dealers at about 850 a barrel The farm in question was established by the Cuban industrial relief to give employment to wid ows and orphans The log boomof Buckwalter the big saw mill man on the headwaters of Licking broke loose at Farmers during the overflow last week an enormous loss Some of the logs began to arrive at Falmouth Sunday and number were caught by the boys and men who indulge in this Pass time Pendletonian Harrodsburg Sayings Auctioneer Maginnis reported his sales Monday as follows 24 common steers brought 18 per head 11 head brought 15 G head small calves 1250 one milk cow 2725 55 ewes with twelve lambs and wool thrown in brought 210 per head one horse 43 one horse 20 a common mule 15 Many of the Northwestern cattle men are going into the sheep business because Southern yearlings and two yearolds are so scarce and so high and there are many farmers here in the State also going into sheep feed ing business because cattle feeding is so high The stock yard men warn farmers not to follow the rush to sheep but stick to cattle and raise more good high grade calves on the farm Stock Journal Danville Advocate MJFarrissold to Frank Logan a bunch of nice shoats weight 100 pounds dan bought of I C James of Harrods burg Monday a fouryearold gelding T Fox has sold to Mr Davis of Bourbon county for S E Crawford of Perry ville 5 jacks and 3 reached two condition sensation planter foaled 275 introduced provided retail commission entailing early sheepcommon ive at 5cJ H Jor for 150F C ear old ingenious S 8 t di in F A to to for for J II Baughman to same party 1 jack for 150 for J K Baughman of Hustonville two jacks for 300i for J W Givens one jack for 175 for Samuel Cecil two jacks for 450 Glasgow culture has probably trebled in Barren county in the past two years One farmer friend of the Times claims to have cleared from 28 to 30 per acre from his pea crop last year and with peas at 2 per bushel and threshed pea hay from 89 the claim is not unrea sonuble With the tremendous de mand for peas both as a hay and for food purposes there is little danger of an overstocked market for many to come Jitware of a Cough A cough is not a disease but asymp tom Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous and fa tal diseases have for their first a persistent cough and if prop erly treated as soon as this cough ap pears are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven successful and gained its wide and extensive sale by its 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 Smoking is undoubtedly injurious to the tobacco I have been suffering from 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 Kodol Cure I found relief and am now 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 P Frisbie Give a man an inch and he wants a tumbler full Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden Cough Cure giving her three doses The croup was mastered and our little darling speedily recovered Se writes L SpafTord Chester Mich F P FrisbieIt well enough to trust in idence but you should not go around hunting for holes for Providence to pull you out of DeWitts Little Early Risers rearch the remotest parts of the bowels and remove the impurities speedily with no discomfort They are famous for their ellicacy Easy to take never gripe Frisbie It may be more blessed to give than receive but we are always willing let the other fellow have the bless inSs 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 belching flatulence or 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 Frisbie Mrs Hoskins is very sick this week Geo Rogers sold a heifer to E B Scott for SIC W H Furr sold eleven barrels of corn to J C Fox for 235 at the crib George Rogers sold a heifer to Anderson for 21 also a cow for 25 Mrs G W Elam is spending several days with her brother R C Boain of Manse Rev Felix Rogers is yisitin his son Geo Rogers and will preach at Lawsons Chapel May 19 Mr Wm Ballard aged sixtyone died last Tuesday of la grippe and blood poison and was buried last Thursday ScrofulaTHE OFFSPRING OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption The parent who is see in e jennets 600 TimesPea to per ton seasons indication wonderfully reputation success Dyspepsia Dyspepsia quickly Pro F P suffer eating sour stomach F P Samuel 812 FLAT WOODS disease manifesting itself in swollen glands of the neck and throat catarrh weak eyes offensive sores and abscesses and white swell ing sore signs of Scrofula may be no external for same j oftentimes j f i in some cases but the poison is the blood and will break out at favor able opportunity S S S cures this wast ing disease first and the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system J X Seals 1 15 Public Square Ten years daughter fell and cut her forehead Prom this wound the glands on the side of her face became swollen Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere attended her without benefit We decided to try S S S and a few bottles cured her ea slowly Ten J I forthe ra build bunt Y a ed L r f new and pure blood to nourish strengthen the is a positive and safe cure i makes bod or whether inherited or and no remedy so thoroughly and effectively cleanses the blood trouble or your child has inherited some blood taint take S S S and get the blood in good condition and prevent the disease further damage Send foe our free write physicians about yourcase We make no whatever for medical advice tIlE SWWT SPECIFIC ATLANTA M It all forms of blood poison our co overcomes They USE the BEST ZiMMER the Basil uses WARDS FLOUt and the dealers sell it T Currey- B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co C D Powell Co R A Stone Barton R L Underwood T S Elkin Frank Lackey F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter Hour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office 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 teeth I have made or any we are to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 5cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank Cincinnati 125 SPECIAL TRAIN VIA Q c Sunday May 19 Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars W C RINEARSON G P A Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD 7 I I Ifol- lowing I i I I J J Co I I I 1 I i i a4o9oo 00000ooooe0oooo0000o aooooo000 1 a r ooMeoAOa ooaooooo0odoooooooooo soa going SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 16 hands high heavy mane and tail the Great KING EAGLE Winner of 40 Bine 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 Banghmans place tour miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to a Lirai Colt Will also stand a firstclass mnle Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Baughman Danville Ky French Coach Stallion Quasi No In French Coach Horse Stud Book of America also iti Repahliqae Fruncalse hares Nation Winner of first prize at National Universal Exposition Paris 1897 and in 1S9S competing with over CO stallions Imported by M H Tichener Co of Chicago in 1S Color bay with smart star black points JG hands high weighs in working order 1325 pounds foaled April if ISM Bred by M Lemeland of Commune of Hub ersville department of Lamorchigot by the government stallion Franse dam Cbaimanti by LeDard Second dam by Revolntion Will make the present season of 1931 at my farm 2J miles from Stanford on llus tonvillo pike at 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 Full brother to Estelle 219J Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 1400 by Golddust loO by Vermont Morgon dam by Zalcadi an imported Dorsey Golddnsts dam is Florence by Gol descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horses known 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 Stanford At 10 To Insure A Colt Mares kept at 50c per week No responsibil ity for accidents or escapes The best of per sonal attention given F REID Stanford or I Sired by present 2127 aux Xol2S63 Ati 1000 ArabIan- Stalli0 n making handshIgh Danville K SUe k near s j mmf mmmmmmmm E A New Line Of R MILLINERY F At NOEL SISTERS LEGHORN HATS SAILons FLOWERS Etc Now the time to select your Summer flat 3While our Stock is WnU1U1UU1U1UU 1ll1f tttltf 1tt111111fl111P11t SUMIlZ 4 1e is Complete Y JIIIUJIIlUlUJI JUJIIIUlIItIUIUlUWJ11110 r= Where the Home p444411- Q t 4404 PEOPLE j V Hue 1isited Hemphill is quite ill of feverMrs Stone returned Sunday to her home in Versailles 3Ir W A Yantis of Bee Bee Ark is here with relatives Miss Fannie Collier has returned from a brief visit to Lexington- Mr and Mrs Frank Estes of Kirks ville visited relatives here Sunday Mr John S Baughman and wife of Boyle visited relatives here Sunday Mr Alex Dunn formerly of Lancas ter is quite ill at his home in Dan vile Mr Jesse Walden and wife of have been visiting relatives in this city Mrs Sam Uaselden is in Nicholas vile visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Duncan Mr W C Myers Cloe and Lon Wood son of Middleburg are guests of Mrs James Sympson Senator George T Farris has been quite ill for several days He is re ported much better today Mrs George Robinson and baby Alexander of Lincoln have been the guests of Mrs Dorcas Walker Little Maud Elsie Smith left Sun day to attend the commencement of the Williamsburg Baptist Institute Mr James A Royston has returned from business trip to Danville Lex ington and other neighboring towns Miss Nannee Gaines of Danville is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Ben Gaines Richmond ave nueMr Ware McRoberts whose ankle was sprained last has about It was not hurt as badly as was first thought The Maids and Matrons sewing club will meet next Monday afternoon at with Mrs Banks Hud son Danville avenue All members are requested to be present Louis will go to Louisville Saturday morning toattend a meeting of the executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association of which he has the honor of being a member President R W Brown of the Times announces important business handMr Park Baker of London was in town this week on a to old friends and relatives He lived in Lancaster when a young man and like all true born Lancaster people never forgets the old Home and the many happy days spent around the beloved old Public Square He is enjoying good health and says the world is treating him well Col Jno B Brewer representing a big wholesale house was here this week He and his excellent family now reside in Lebanon but he is a Lancaster man every inch He has a fine position but let Gabe Greenleaf toot a fox horn and Mr B would throw up the job and follow Gabe to the most remote part of Flat Woods Miss Theo D recovered fouroclock Landram o n visi t Danville i week Sam Haselden is in Cincinnati on business Mrs D M Dackey has been in for a few days Mr John Simpson entertained the crokinole club Friday evening Miss Grace Tudor of Crab Orchard was a visitor in this city Friday Miss Sue Layton of Cincinnati is the guest of relatives near this city Judge M D Hughes has been in Preachersville several days Maccabee ing Mrs Letcher Owsley left for a visit to friends in Nicholas ville Mr and Mrs Thomas Boyd and chil dren have been visiting relatives in this city Messrs Charley Walker and Tom Collins of Richmond were visitors here Suuday Miss Bessie Brewer of Lebanon is expected next week to visitrMrs J E Stormes Richmond avenue Mrs Elbert Smith and baby Mar garet of Jellico arrived Saturday for a visit to Mrs George Farris Sir Knights J C Hemphill and W B Mason are attending the state at Lexington this week Mr Todd Scott left yesterday for Denver Col having been called there again by the illness of his daughter Rev Charles Reid wife and baby of Denver Col arrived this week for a visit to Mr T W Reid and family Mr and Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville attended the funeral of her grandfather Mr Harvey Yantis Friday Lexington Herald Mrs W T of Walton avenue who has been making a short visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson in has returned home Maj R Kinnaird made a business trip to Paint Lick Monday and says that is the liveliest town on the map We see where Major is right for they believe in git up and git up there and are business from the word go Lexington Herald Mrs Margaret Gill Mrs George M Patterson and Miss Lou J Grant have returned to their home in Lancaster after the third annual convention of the W C T U Mrs Patterson was elected president of the eighth district for the fourth time Stanford Journal Miss Pearl Burn side is with relatives in Garrard Mrs May Swope and Miss Jane Doty of Lancaster spent Saturday with Mrs J W Francis Mr J Fleece Robinson of Lancaster spent Sunday with his brother George D Robinson in the West End Miss Tommie Francis of Lancaster attended meeting of the Charade Club at Nettie Wrays Friday evening Danville B F Hudson and daughter Miss Elizabeth of were in Danville Wednesday shopping Mrs James R Marrs who has been the guest of friends in this city for the past several days left Wednesday for Louisville Dr II M Grant and Mr Fred Frlsbie passed through this city Wednesday on their way to Lancaster from Cumberland river where they had boen enjoying an outing i Louisville Wednesday Conclave Browning Lancaster attending NewsMrs Lancaster tiEs We Handle minim m a mm Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town m m We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof Paint Wood Filler Hard Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Putty Sand Paper Etc and it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee mrU FRISBIES DRUG STORE SBSopEJ 31 I J I j i Varnishes J- x 1 1 i I r i I Q p i ADDITIONAL Good Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal hand will be sold at very prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper Low Irate to PanAmerican Exposi lion Via Queen Crescent Route Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information Scott appointed Miss Alleen Hiatt as of county Miss Hiatt is the daughter of W A Hiatt formerly of this city After Gamblers The grand jury at Lebanon ninetythree indictments for There is not much gambling going on in Lancaster now those so inclined not having enough cash a room to play in Think of Building The Masonic fraternity and Elks Lodge of Danville are contemplating the construction of an opera house and lodge rooms The plan is to have an opera house on the first floor Elks Lodge on the second and Masonic Hall on the third Flak Dynamiters Death Near Ashland John Meade was en gaged in killing fish with dynamite when a stick exploded in each hand His arms nose and part of his jaw were torn off He died from his wounds in a few hours THE RECORD regrets anyones mishap but The Hit Dog Howls An editor m Missouri printed an item which stated that the man who was hugging the hired girl had better stop or his name would be published In a few days about 28 citizens paid up their subscriptions and told the editor to pay no attention to the foolish stories going around Ex Called to lUte Hebron Rev J T Wills served ron church nine successive years af ter an absence of one year was recall ed again the 4th Saturday in April and will fill the pulpit at that point on the 3rd Sunday night in this month May the 19th The membership are earnestly requested to be present Joe Cleans House Lincoln has been having a Spring cleaning and the reception room now looks as as Louis Landrams Lancaster KECOKD ollice which is saying a great deal for Louis 12yearold paper is so clean and independent that it shows it must issue from a bright and tidy otlice UpToDato Physicians This story comes from Clay City and is said to be true A little girl drank a pint of coal oil The doctors thought she would die till one of them lit on a happy expedient They a yard of candlewick down into the oil lit the upper end and during the evening she lighted the room nicely and then went to bed all right Why Should You Why should you go about with long matted hair when Henry Duncan will give you a neat trim for a moderate price His shop is the place for a smooth shave a refreshing shampoo or a patentleather shine lie makes a specialty of trimming childrens hair Mrs Duncan is an expert in washing ladies hair have her call at your residence ladies and fix your head as it should be done A Conundrum Why is a newspaper like a asked an exchange Here are various answers to it take it for it is meant to be a conundrum Because both are good advertising mediums Because it sometimes changes changes its dress and tells tales The correct answer is every man should have one and not be running after his neighbors says the Wahoo Democrat Accident to Garrard Man Standford Democrat Mr E B of Lancaster was on his way to visit Mr John Baugh at Highlandand while on top of Halls Gap his horse became frightened and running away he and the two ladies who were in the buggy with him were thrown out all of them receiving severe bruises The Duggy was about demolished Had the accident happened lower down the whole party would have been over the cliff Good for the Doctors The Supreme Court has decided that a physician is not bound to answer a call for his services even though he is the physician for the family and a fee for his services is tendered him in ad vance No class of people do more hard work and receive less pay for it than do the physicians In many ca ses they dont even get a pleasant look for their services They trudge away however and never get discouraged All honor to the New Phones The following new phones have been put in and given the numbers set opposite thereto Cut out this list and paste on your card 302 Minor E T Residence 119 Thompson J C Store 111 Beazley J A Furniture 118 Haselden J R Residence 120 Robinson J E Law Office Hobbs Mrs Margaret Central A new phone has been put in at Mr Burks the hemp man a fee of 15cts being charged nonsubscribers i Double Appointed Examiner petition returned gambling the lJtlIeb DemocratThis office inviting slipped woman granted Because Austin precipitated Jewel y o which loti t- rent giver of the pill v o The Name Does the IVorJt The complaint comes from Fleming county that measles is more fatal than smallpox This has always been the case It is said that measles killed more men during the civil war than bullets and was dreaded more than any other disease Old soldiers who remember the war fo 61G5 wonder why smallpox is dreaded so much more now then it was then It was prevalent in nearly every camp and while precautions to prevent were almost impossible it rarely epeclemic and really was not much feared A RESPONSE I I EDITOR RECORD The statement made in your last issue by UD that Dr Ivinnairds Xray would be used to ascertain if a brain reminds me of the time when I had a French mind reader at the Opera House He had read many minds but when Simpson was pre sented he remarked The print is too fine I cannot read it His head is only a bony knot to prevent his spinal cord from unraveling J B Conns improved machinery couldnt force a drill through the bony mass nor could the Xrays discover a cavity therein M D HUGHES Rates via Queen Crescent Covington Encampment G A R June 34 One fare the Ask ticket agents for full par ticulars Mon treat Christian Workers Assembly July 21Aug 4th On sale July 22nd good returning Aug 8th Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge B P O E July 2325th Long limit and low rates Monteagle Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association July 23 26th one fare the round trip good re turning August 16th for Pleasusc A number of young men of Danville have leased the toll gate property on the Lexington pike at the Dix river bridge and will convert it into a clubhouse They have also leased the nv er for a distance of a mile or more above and below the bridge including the fishing privileges at Kings mill and serve notice that the property is posted and hunting fishing and parties are forbidden on grounds It is the intention to immediately erect a bathing pavilion and boat houses purchase a number of row boats and lay out tennis courts and golf links The house will be remod eled comfortably furnished and pro visions will be made for serving meals Keep oft The Grass Depot Agent Patterson has read the riot act to the porters for the hotels and livery stable solicitors who have heretofore made life miserable for strangers coming in on both day and night trains The railroad company is very strict on this subject but the rule has never been enforced here much to the annoyance of passengers We heard a traveling man say recent ly that he proposed to wear a coat of mail next time he came to Lancaster This move is appreciated by patrons of the road and if Mr Patterson will now knock down and drag out some two hundred loafing coons who hang about the station at train time the people will rise up and call him bless Mrs Dead Mrs W M Mahan whose illness was noted in last issue of TnE RECORD died Thursday morning at an early hour She had only been ill for a few days and her condition was consider ed much improved the day before her death but she suffered a relapse Wednesday night Mrs Mahan united with the Baptist church when a young girl and was always a consistent ber thereof She was beloved by all who knew her and her many kind words and deeds will long be remem bered Funeral services were con ducted by Rev Bryant at the Baptist church Friday morning after which the remains were placed in the Lan caster Cemetery She leaves a and five children who have great sympathy in their bereavement On Tuesday April 30th at tIle home of her father near Bryantsville Kate Ison youngest daughter of Lo gan Ison died after a short illness of that dread disease diphtheria In spite of the best medical skill and good nursing of a loving and interest ing family the young life went out The fathers idol the stay and of the dear aunt who had cared for and raised her the light of the household a dutiful loving daughter an affectionate sister a bright sweet girl just budding into womanhood one who went about her duties cheer ful and happy ministering to the of others Who can tell the loss of such a loving home girl May He more than fulfill in the Glory and the City of the King One who lovedand admired her Commencement Exercises The Graded School commencement exercises will be held in the Opera House Wednesday the 22nd at 1030 a m Following is the PROGRAM Music Invocation Rev A R Moore Music Oration The Visible Power of Well Directed Energy Waller Cbenault Hudson Essay Womana Place ToDayBessie Gnlley Music Oration The Puritans Sim H Anderson Oration Ambition and Hope of Man Wil Music Edsay Sleep After Toil Poet After Stormy Sea Frances Pearl Bettis Oration The Heavens as Been Through the Telescope Lewis Hernaon Music Presentation of Diplomas Gov W O Bradley Benediction Rev J E Wol ford itsspread became Simpson machine Iliad Low KyState round- trip N C Fixing picnic husband ISON comfort Joyin d shoo met comfort lieBWest it 15 to ly a Prospects Good Mr J B Brewer who has been here this week said it was currently at Cincinnati that the changes in asked for by the Lancaster people would be made on the day in Tune The editor of this paper was told in Richmond the other night by one who ought to know that the oftlcials had been at work on a time card ever since we made our requests In order to get Vie trains we want it will be necessary to make many chang es all over the 1C C and K D and if the officials were to grant all requests would require at least a month to arrange everything We are will be done and when the trains are put on there will be no more coir plaint from parties coming to and leaving Lancaster If however nolh ing is done nobody will oe out any thing except John Farra and the of TJIK RECORD who put in at least a months hard work figuring on the scheme Tonight at Graded School Nannie Barbee of Danville a fine elocutionist will give a negro di alect reading at the Graded School building tonight May 16th Miss Barbee comes under the auspices of the W C TU the proceeds to be devoted to Mountain Missionary work PROGRAM Music Orchestra in Cabin on the old Plantation Miss Barbee Music Orchestra Recitation Marthas Music Mrs Juliette Rogers RecitationPianner JuettMiss Barbee Music Orchestra Telephone Miss Barbee Music Orchestra Recitation Dat tune Honey got last Miss Barbee lIusic Mrs Julette G Rogers Recitation Mammy Critic and Baby Suzen Miss Barbee Music Orchestra Admission adults 25 cents children cents Everybody cordially invited attend enjoy a pleasant evening and aid a good cause A Gentle Hint In our style of climate with its changes of wind and sunshine often intermingled in a single day it 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 at Stormes Drug Store Regular size Tocts Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 The leather sling a boy uses to throw stones is not as dangerous as the ginsling in the hands of his lions It Is Done The first object in life with the American people is to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the second good health by using Greens August Should you be a despondent from any of the effects of Liver Complaint Appendeci tis Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the head Nervous 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 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 It is far better to have one hand on post office than both eyes on a for eign mission You are much more liable to when your liver and bowels do not act properly DeWitts Little Early Risers remove the cause of Peters Shoes Have made a record We have sold more by 100 per ct than we expectedto You Know What That Means It means that our shoes are in every sense of the word comfortable and that they wear Mens Shoes 350 Womans Shoes 250 All the latest toes All the popular leathers Your size and width Headquarters See if we cant save you money Ward Sympson 1 tra s confident- it editor RecitationScene ExperienceMiss RecitationThe sudden tempturerain resulting direct Consumption daddy Flower sufferer Dyspepsia disease disease F P Frisbie withus reported first bliss N satisfactory Children And a New Stock of f t FJTi 7 RM Buggies Surries BTJCKBO ARDS ETC have in stock the wellknown and high grade Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co several other firstclass makes of vehicles We also have cheaper grades which we can sell from thirty dollars up We can suit you in quality price and terms Come see our large stock and low prices We are Headquarters for Harness Romans Elmore Lancaster Ky Notwithstanding the fact that The Season is Well On We stilt have in stock and on display a Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we can please SALLIE D TILLETT The Time For j TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been 5 greatly damaged and many lives lost by 2 VIOLENT WINDS IHave your property insured against 3loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little 3 R KINNAIRD WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are invited to call and examine the handsomest of IMPORTED WALL PAPER Hangers who will personally attend each job atlowest possble prices We also have a full line ofPaints Oils VarnishesWindow Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Wird Deutch Gesprochen- J G BANZHAF Clerk BuggiesSurries Woodhulland rill 1iIJ mliWfIDiJ iiijIJm lliJiiJ lilJiii I I you fj mmmmm mmmm E E E tJ U UUiU JiU UU lUUUiUUUU u themost F3 r D i ra a r R Representing Morai Coijanies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brook IJD Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSQN Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KINNAIRDINSURANCE c Ierebtile ABila Lifo Ins Co of HartfordCon ORGANIZED 1883 BiSVCapital Surplus Fund 95OOOO 1OOOO USINJC88 8OUOIXXD Ourefal ad Frempt Atteatf j JC HieeraioiHAjr LBWIS Y LXATBU B r HOMOS W O I0SBT Fmide YlccFTMldeatCmafclM Assistant DIUCTOJt T K ABKOLD B r HUDMW S BEAZIiEY CD Sl ZU W Gast atsN Cash r WaluaBooktssst JYHxsiaaorzr LswizYLsay 1Lz DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitaliied Air OMes In Danville street oppo lie Presbyterian church T J the Bookout DENTIST Office over Blue Grass Grocery Richmond street All work don promptly and satliaet oiily Charges reasoBabltt News The sale of a seat is recorded on the New York Stock Exchange for 70000 with the previous highest authentic record of 65000 The regular army will be increased to approximately 76000 men It will be left at that number unless more troops are needed in the Philippines The Cincinnati Cooperage Company has purchased five acres of land at on which it will at once build a stave factory that will give employ ment to one hundred hands The Battleship Maine In Havana harbor is not damaged to the extent commonly supposed N F Chamber lain who is engaged in raising the wreck says he expects to have the afloat and ready for business by fall A cofferdam will be constructed around the battleship the water pump ed out the hole in her bow repaired then when the water is again turned in the ship will float and can be tow ed to the dry docks for a general over haulingThe of Appeals affirmed the judgment of Anderson Circuit Court condemning Leroy Strutton to death for the killing of J W Searcy The plow combine is reported from New York as progressing rapidly A valuation of 2000000 is placed on the Avery plant A curious pension case is noted from Washington A woman in murdered her husband who old solder and was acqnittecl on the ground of insanity being sent to the asylum She has Decently applied for a pension as his widow The Americans evacuated all the districts under their control in Pekin except the Forbidden City Fully 60000000 of German capital is invested in Central American enter prisesT A Sheridan a wellknown has secured the Government contract to build Lock No J at View on the Kentucky river The steamer City of Paducah of the St Louis and Tennessee River Packet Company sany near Grand Tower Ill Two passengers were drowned twenty negro deckhands are missing Auditor Coulter has addressed a to attorney General Breckinridge urging him to take steps to secure 33000 of the States funds now in the hands of the treasurer of theLakeland Asylum The Auditor fears that a portion of the amount may be to satisfy a judgment obtained in the Louisville Chancery Court William L Royse of Sharpsburg a medical student at Louisville was stabbed and killed Friday by John Withers the negro janitor of the The negro was drunk and when Royse reproved him he stabbed Royse to death He had been in a country town te would have been lynched at once but the authorities prevented the mob of students from getting the prisonerThe Baptists sessions in New Orleans and discussed theTwen tieth Ashville N C was as the next meeting place and a resolution was offered declaring that the members of the Baptist Church believe the demands for from China are unscriptural and that the church should be willing to suffer from the cause of Christ 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 Conn A customer seeing the remedy ex posed for sale on my show case said to me 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 came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once on the floor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him 1 the dose and in fifteen minutes he left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist When you undertake to fight the devil with fire dont forget to take in to consideration the amount of he has Billiousness is a condition charac ted 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 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 Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result For sale by R E McRot erts Druggists About the best plan to stop the sale of liquor is to give it away t vessel Virginia contractor Valley and letter attached college indemnity lady sea shore gentleman repeated ammunition digestive 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costiveness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed Price 25c For sale by R E McRob erts Druggist BACKS UP SCRIPTURE Two Other Rare Old Papyri Yet to Be Assigned to Colleges One Contains Small Section of the Gospel of St John Confirm Absolutely Text of Version According to a New York Tribune special from Boston Rev Dr William C Winslow vice president of the Egyptian exploration fund there is authority for the statement that In audition to the papyrus of St Mat thews Gospel sent to the University of Pennsj lvania and that of St Pauls Epistle to the Romans pre sented to Harvard two other ex tremely interesting papyri are yet to be assigned One is that of John which contains 18 verses of chapter I and 14 verses of chapter XX In the first part are the words Be hold the Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world and We have found the Messiah In chap ter XX is the memorable story of Mary at the sepulcher This papyrus of St John in book form contained about 50 pages Dr Winslow says and only the outer leaves are preesrved He says that the document is better written than the St Matthew papyrus and is in the famous text of Westcott and Hort The papyrus dated 200 A D or a little later and is pronounced only a little later than the St Matthew text The confirma tion of the text of the present ver sion is absolute Dr Winslow says that the papyrus of St Mark although only a frag ment is most precious containing in the few verses of chapters X and XI specific facts of the life of Jesus The manuscript resembles the fa mous Codex Alexandrinus now in the British museum and agrees with our standard version Its age is be tween 400 and 500 A D Other papyri sent to Philadelphia not yet announced include a historical table of emperors from Augustus to Decius a genuine I O U as such documents are now termed for a loan a dun in the year 57 when the at torney is instructed to worry the debtor until he pays up and a man umission paper for a slave Dr Wins low says that the soil of Egypt abounds in papyri but the increasing tural operations and the great dam which will Hood an immense area will the destruction of tens of of the historical papers MAKES DONKEY OF EAGLE Practical Joke of an Engraver Aj pears oa Uncle SOJUM Green Lack Officials of the United States are liable to make things for one of the government engravers if they can trace to its source the man who apparently in a spirit of fun placed a puzzle picture on the 18SO series of 10 bills Inci dentally the American eagle is said to be in a state of high indignation because the engraver made it look turned upside down like a common everyday donkey with long ears and a white nose On the face of the bill appears an American eagle between two signa tures at the bottom There is noth ing about the appearance of the bird to denote that it is different from the same picture appearing on other bills But when one turns the bill upside down the head of donkey looms up plainlyGreat care is used at Washington it is said by the officers of the local subtreasury in passing upon the de signs for bills and it is only in rare instances that an engraver manages to spring a joke upon the treasury de partment AM tsxpenelve Bonnet It is disclosed that the national pres ent for Queen Wilhelmina the nature of which has been kept a great secret will be a new crown and that 100000 has been subscribed Will it be ready asks the Boston Globe lot the royal bride by Easter DeVitts t harmonywith i mean thousands treasury uncomfortable a Easter Present a rico I S KV V J y i i l i i lkV itA Expected It will bring and comfort especially if its birth is made to the mother Children born under painful circumstances or sur Parents and relatives should recommend trial of MotOP9 MMNf for external use It is a Sold byill DmnrlstsQTieBt byexpress on receipt of price lMrfeoCtleTHK BKABUKLB KBCMLATM C Atlanta Ca NewComer rarelystrong relaxingpaid oy It WOaSS should und a little took the rWaCl rp to J r UC eSJ famous r RoS4COffe The low at which Arbuckles famous froasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee cleaned roasted or blended with sr li great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package Save the signatures J price I soldat is qualityand tN f ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER CLOSE OF BUSINESS APR 241901 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 138194 95 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 7S 8 74 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 00Bankinghousereal estate and mortgages own ed 711312 Due from National Banks Not Re served Agents Due from approved reserve agents 103228 15 Revenue 50 Oil Checks and other cash items fO CO Notes of other National Bunks 1415 CO Fractional currencynickelscts 203 37 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 8702 00 Legaltender notes 3000 00 117C2 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer 5j circulation 25CO 00 Total tnC4442 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 50000 00 10000 00 Undivided expenses and llK National Bank notes outstanding 49500 00 Due to other Due to State Banks and Bankers 30 Individual deposits subject to check 187455 70 Certified checks 45344 Total J333G14 42 COUNTY OFGARRARDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to best of iny knowledge and belief S C Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of Ma y 1901 K KINNAIRD Public Commission expires January 10th 1904 I KY AT tOW OI fund profitsless taxes paid 26 I Xat 23911 72 jOt STATE OF KENTUCKY CORRECTAttest I I HKlNNAJRD A R DENNY J E STORIES 11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT BUSINESS APR 24 1901 RESOURCES j Loans and discounts fl Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1G4S 1C U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Premiums on Bonds 2 0 00 Stocks securities etc 1500 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 7500 00 Other estate and mortgages 00Dueserve Agents 5301 03 Due from State Banks and Bankers 28i ftl Due from approved reserve agents 20180 OS Internal revenue stamps 4500 Checks and other cash items 71 82 Notes of other national banks 10 00 Fractional paper currency trickles and cents 33 G7 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz fJO345 50 Legaltender notes 1767 00 12112 50 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in f50000 00 fund 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and 39M 00Due48IndividualTOTAL a 7ja so or KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD ss 1 B F Hudson Cashier of the above named CashierSubscribed 8 of May 1901 WALKER OF TItE CLOSE OF r U S I i 56 taxes StATE statement SC J J DIrectorsJ 95 227283 f3 DENNYNotaryPublic CORasci Attest I DIrectors 0l Offers the following attractions Annual Meeting t IffloeriaLCouncil OF TilE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th One Fare for tie Round Trip PLUS S2001 Leaps lutinj SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st IDOl GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH June July August and September One fare lor tie Round Trip PLUS 200 For further information call on or addressR T G MATTHEWS Traveling Pass Agt Louisville Ky II C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis tram BANK I II nor f zTr CAPITAL 15000000 l f OF SURPLUS 10 00000 j I LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E BTOBMES Vice President 8 C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR R T E Asst Cashr DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H Kinnaird Bookkeeper LOCAL TIMETABLES Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 15 AM Northbnd Mixed u- Nonhbnd Passgr 352 A M- SoutiiJjnd 12 8 A M u 335 U U 0 r u t COW PEAS I IC ssc ssstsesea rro AND SOJA BEANS of the most profitable crops and soli improving Other seeds need are Seed Corn Millets Velvet Beans lection of Seeds in the Central Vest including Flower Seeds about all be Mailed Send us a list of the Seeds you LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY are two 1farmers can sow for grain tI seasonable 011 J tICVegetable Field and OUR CATALOGUE full crp 5 t FREe mention this paper and well quote low prices I WOOd StUbbS CO SEEDSlUEN aJ aau O t p Y Grass gives information c 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 McGDlRE The cheap store in the corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel build ing leas brought in a fine stock of new and second hand CLOTHING FINE SHOES FURNISHING GOODS We also have a full line otslight ly used household Furniture and Carpets The goods will be sold at the Lowest Prices Come and see us when in town CINCINNATI STORE Cheapest Plate in Town North- East ilk I 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 property for sale with us We will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady us indirectlylistedwith r xfW AYIDSONLA1PAM r 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 vanimliis and n summer kitclien attached good cellar every convenience In the wry of outbuildings barn burry house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never tails Everything is new and convenient Price is riht and No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Prop rty is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 4i feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid build lug site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the in short ti desirable locution in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On Enst side of Hill street adjacent to item Xo 2 70 feet front on lUll street 3 feet deep or Jil feet deep if so desired u part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid tIle Fork of Sugar Creek 1 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Much of the land has been in grates but is now under cultivation 0 acres of good tobacco or hemp land the rest is rich and productive failing water and fencing in good repair Lund has been well treated story box 4 and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm Acres on the Sugar Creek miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of tine tobacco or hemp laud brings tine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large orchard just fruit fits whole place under good fence cottage residence barn and all nec outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth whet we want foi it No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street louse hats S large rooms front hallway above and below buck hall varauda hand somely finished inside and conveniently con strutted large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 4 17 fret in depth nice stable lot timid large garden Is u good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself i t ruts excellent Inc I 1 smoke house of room ice house easy town lever house- rooms 8G Piker well selected 5 es Wry W a i j I No G Farm oftiO Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Rockca tle line All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water I1 story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st Price within the reach of men of moderate means No House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East 3Iaiu Street 100 feet front 117 feet deep Nice resident s are building all around this property in this locution is always soluble No 10 House and Lot in ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known us the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is US feet front on Danville Avenue und IDS feet iu depth louse is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular has W rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house we 1 ventilated House has been lately remodeled und extensively and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at aj rock bottom price Posiessiou gives wheu desired Xo 11 Farm of lOS Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the KirksYille Pike balance cultivation watered by newer failing Place is in good repair House I1 stories containing Grooms porch and la tired porches ood cistern good boxed log biro and good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate sizs No 12 Farm of 84 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike 61 acres in grass balance under cultivation good strong lund in good repair and watered by never failing spring Two story frame house 6 rooms and necessary outbuildings One of the largest and best barns In the coon try Uuildiugs are comparatively new 2 good orchard Avery desirable faun near town and iu good locality No 13 House slid Lot near Sal phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 upper und lower hallways till necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy locution Will trade for house and lot in Lau castei No 14 00 Acres of Coal laud Timber Land in Pulaski Countj Ky About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad This laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it i H Lam as t splendid room fIr F tell property improved C trader t For further particulars write to or call on I R L Davidson LawOflice over Stormes store Notice to Hear Proof on Claims MaryC Cox Garrard Circuit Court Jno M Higginbotlmm Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar nard Circuit Court made at Its March term 1901 in the above styled case the undersigned Master will hold sittings in his office in Lancaster Garrard Ky beginning with this lute and sit from day to day until the 10th day of June 1101 to hear proof on claims against decedents estate All having claims will present them erly verified and proven within the prescrib ed limit or will become Given under my hood this Dili day of April 1901 411 8 1 Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Pill s J O W 3IILLERas vs they OR Louis Landram Central Record office l TOWN PROPERTY Monday May 27 1901 publicly Before the court house door In 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 Adznr having claims against said Mrs Xannle E Carpenter will present them to me properly evrified before March 22 1301 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