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Q I I TWELFTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUJfBEM 8 LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 23 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEARLOUIS y kc N I CORN PLANTERS and CULTIVATORS OneI1orseSUPEItIOR DISC CORN PLANTER See our X13 CULTIVATOR J R I J A Beazley Co Fuueral Directo rs ar 9SELDE Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty 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 ull p NEWSTHE i SHOME Program For Tournament THURSDAY afternoon 330 Richmond vs Lancaster At 730 contest at Opera House FRIDAY 9 a m examinations at Graded School m Public oral contest in spell ing Held in Opera House 330 Baseball Harrodsburg against Williamstown 730 Musical contest Opera House SATURDAY 830 a m Baseball and general athletics County court Monday Scrivens at job Ward Sympson A fine line of fresh fruits re ceived at Zimmers Extra nice country hams 9 to Mbs each at Ward Sympson The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and pIes Come in Monday and select a also Harness price c at a at Conns Work on the Presbyterian church is progressing rapidly and it is the to have preaching there Sun day week 2nd of June Now is the time to have your cleansed and T J Hatcher can do a perfect job without taking out all the water Give him a call tf Teachers xumlnatinn Examinations for colored teachers will be held at my oflice Friday and Saturday May 24 and 25 tf Elisa J Lusk Supt We furnish wall ready to put on the wall We can please you in both style and price Dont forget we have the largest stock in Central KentuckyJ Beazley Co To Read a Paper Dr Jas B Khmaird went to Tuesday night to attend a of the State Medical Society in session there yesterday today and Dr Kinnaird will read a paper upon a subject the name of which is as long as a wellrope v declamatory 230p Drawers just seesaw Buggy bargain intention cistern paper trimmed Louisville meet- Ing tomorrow 1 JVr v r1r C S YOU WILL FIND- A FULL LINE OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE SUCH AS 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 ILLIJ 1 1 I I Woolen Dress Goods Taffeta Silks De Soire Silks Foulard Silks Silk Tissue Silk Grenodines Handsome Line of TriiiDp Ginghams Lawns Dimities India Linons Paris Muslins Embroidered Suisses White Quilts Lace Muslin Curtains Carpets and Mattings I Pleau I and f w Mens Clothing Boys Clothing Childrens Clothing We have a line of Odd J Pants left from Suits will I Close Opt Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps Mens Boys Ladies Misses and Cbil drens Shoes and Slippers Of all grades Trunks and Telescopes i i i i i i i i i t i Ch i i t I 6 6 1 1 1 1 1 lLLLLLII t cap m r t i I IT t T E E lIlGAN DHf GOIIDSCII t E z 1i Strawberries at Zimmers All kind of machinery repaired at Conns A nice line of ofyglass and queens ware at T Curreys Carriages repaired painted and trimmed at Ward Sympson will not bother you by sending a boy to takeyour or ders Talk about a Gold Brick Conn will give you something better if you will let him Look at your label and if in arrears hand us the cash Monday Twill be appreciated sure Dont fail to get prices on Surrey Buggy Phaeton Harness and Saddle ry at Conns cheaper than the cheap est Ten lawyers sat on a Mercer county jury last week It is said the person on trial escaped with his life though they even tried to take it Must complete line of Bug gies road Wagons c must go You need our vehicles we want your Carriage House Will Preach to Children Rev L Robinson will preach to the children at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 oclock He will also till his pulpit at 730 p m If 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 Will Servo 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 low All invited tf Al A Newspaper Iffan Stanford Democrat Mr A A War ren will become business manager and traveling representative of the Democrat and will begin work next Monday as Mr Goodnights health is such that he can devote but little time to the paper Crab Orchard Springs Richmond B Willis manager of Crab Orchard Springs has everything in readiness for guests and will welcome all who come especially his old neighbors from Richmond in his well known hospitable styleDont forget Joe and Patty when your summer outings Important Notice The exercises of the Thursday and Friday evening in the Opera House will begin promptly at 745 each evening and no one will be permitted to come in during the of any selection therefore you should be present at the appointed time for the exercises to begin J II Patterson Pres B G G S T Enjoyable Evening The chapel at the Graded School was fairly well filled Thursday even ing to hear the dialect reading by Miss Barbe of Danville Miss Barbees work was of a high order that the audience appreciated and she was complimented by all The singing Mrs Juliet Rogers was a feature of the entertainment greatly and appreciated by all present members of the Lancaster tra made good music Another Enterprise Mr Jas L White a large stone con tractor of Mt Vernon has located a stone yard in Lancaster which he sup plies from his quarries in the moun tains He has received several car loads of fine stone for steps cistern tops door and window sills bases for tombstones etc All fully guaranteed Mr White is a business of his section of the state and comes highly recommended as a citizen His yard is located near the depot Important Meeting As several matters of great interest to the town and county should be looked after it has been decided tore organize the Commercial Club and a meeting will be held in the Police Court room Monday night at oclock for that purpose The only way to push a towns interests is by a thorough organization of her business with conservative and hustling citizens in the lead We have many such men in Lancaster who will put their shoulder to the wheel push and not get discouraged at the whims of a few drawbacks who look upon the dark side of every improvinent pro posed Every business man of the town is wanted in the club and it is hoped all will be on hand Monday night promptly and show by their presence that they are for Lancasters interest and not wholly for self g l d is 30 Coins GoA money C lDr adjoining Prices Lincoln RegisterS reC- Ital Respectfully b Several leading man men C C C planni enjoy arch 7 el Base ball this afternoon Go New wheels at 800 and 1000 and so on at Conns Try Liptons Fine Tea at GOcts Ib Blue Grass Grocery Elegant line of Lowneys candies just received at Zimmers Will pay lOc per dozen for eggs to May 30th R A Stone Currey sells good goods as as you pay goods at other places i We have just received a fresh of Lowneys fresh Zim mers restaurant Japalac makes old furniture like new and finish for floors at Thompsons 2t It is said Mr R O Cunningham recently with the Danville News will shortly establish a weekly paper in that city You can buy R A Stones at lOc per lb but we have no corn at 5c per can dont handle anything so inferior our goods are all good 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 Commencing Monday April 29th our line of Rio Coffee will go at lOc Ib Standard Granulated Sugar 18 lbs for 81 This sale will last two weeks Blue Grass Grocery A good and gentle combined mare Will be sold privately She is a mod family animal either for harness or saddle Call at this office for infor matiou tf If you miss the exercises of the Blue Grass Graded School this evening Thursday or evening in Garrard Opera House you will miss the greatest of your life Tickets at Stromes Bee Keepers To the bee keepers of Garrard and adjoining counties See the Pullins Bee Hive the latest improved Patd March 5 1901 Call on or address R A Stone Lancaster Ky or D C Pullins Paint Lick Ky Hives or ter ritory rights for sale 41tf Sham Battle at Richmond The cadets of Central University and the Richmond company of State Guards will fight a sham battle in that city Saturday This is the most din gerous piece of foolishness ever gotten up and many young men have been seriously injured ill them Circus at Danville Sells Grays circus will pitch its tents at Danville Saturday It was reported that this was the big Sells Bros show but it is the same that showed here last season Holton at Flemlngsburgf Flemingsburg Hol ton O Frank will assist Homer W Carpenter in a meeting at the Hilltop Christian Church beginning July 29 Mr Frank will finish a sixyears course in the College of the Bible at Lexington in June and is a son of the late J C Frank who was the minis ter of the Christian Church here for a number of years Teachers Chosen At the meeting of Graded School Trustees held last Saturday the entire corps of teachers were reappointed with the exception of Prof Hampton who had requested a raise in his salary The trustees were unable to grant the request and the place will be filled within the next few days Judge M D Hughes is an applicant for the place and has strong endorsements The teachers reappointed are Prof JH Patterson principal Misses Knapp West Jeanie Shumate Annie Miss Peters and Miss Margaret Murphy Mrs Belle Burnside was reappointed teacher of music Itwould be impossible to find a more competent corps of teachers or ones who would take more interest in the school They are untiring in their work and give it their undivided Closing of Graded School The Lancaster Graded School closed its most successful session this week There were six graduates whose names appear elsewhere in this issue The school has been conducted to the of both patrons and scholars and there has been no trouble at all m any of the branches Of course some may have a kick coming but there is always to be found people who are not satisfied with anything or anybody but taking it all in all the school has proven the most successful in in its history There were an average of 300 pupils during the term the health of whom was re markablly good it never becoming necessary to lose a day on account of illness the youngsters THE RECORD congratulates corps of teachers and trustees the able management of this the best institu in the county I supply ca dies best i coffee at only Sale Tournament tomorrow opportunity i j GazetteElder i i Roy- ston also attention satisfaction cheap fur ferior r For the upon lion t in of n Fine strawberries at Zimmcrs Belts belts s all the latest styles at Joseph YoiF get rebate stamps for all repair work at W J Romans Take a Sunday meal at the New Garrard They are delicious Let us show you our line Shirts and Underwear Ward Sympson The Lancaster ball team went to Richmond Saturday but rain prevent ed a game R A Stone will sell you goods as low as any house in town and pay you lOc per dozen for eggs Wanted 10000 doz eggs before June 1st Will pay lOc per dozen R A Stone Mr Long has placed a cigar stand the Garrard Hotel office and has on hand a splendid line of the cigars 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 The many friends of Col W S regret to learn of the loss of the tine residence on his farm in Florida The loss win be about 3000 with no Watch these columns next week we will tell you something new about Yards Hour See the list of dealers that sell it Call for White Swan and Gilt Edge Bates the Miiler Bands of Russian gypsies are travel ing over the state telling fortunes trading horses etc The etc means stealing everything they find that is not tied down Turn loose the dog and load up the old musket Scuts In Demand Owing to the fact that scats are selling so rapidly for the Tournament tonight and Friday night two front rows of the balcony will be reserved at 50cts Seats on sale at Stormes drug store Have Made Siiie Notwithstanding the fact that ai drenching rain was falling a large crowd assembled in the Graded School chapel Tuesday afternoon to enjoy the musicale given by the pupils of that department Each number was well rendered and showed the careful training of and practice by the pupils This department is under the able charge of Mrs Belle Burnside who we are glad toannounce has been engaged for the coming term of school b l best brands Ferguson insurance Pro rufll C Call for 14 A btuiie Organdies Lawns and Dimities Ward Sympson All kind of weather this week with prospects for more rain Top Notch Flour is extra good Try it only 55c at Blue Grass Grocery Hungarian and millet seed are the best and cheapest Blue Grass Grocery You can buy a bushel basket full of goods at R A Stones for DOc and have money left Nothing further has been heard ofa change in the trains The officials are still at work on the matter The military corset is quite popular this season We have em J Joseph Go at onca to Stormes and get your ticket for the Blue Grass Graded School Touinament Only a few more seats left For June weddings we have new stock cut glass water bottlesetc silver in all the fancy pieces 2t Thompson the Jeweler What is a nicer present for your girl than a box of Lowneys fine fresh Send her a box and you will win your suit Zimmer has the line in town Wheat H A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf 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 TILE RECORD when in need of writing material Bring 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 Boyle Candidates Selected The following candidates were in Boyle county Saturday T P Reed Representative S P Mc Dowell Sheriff W II Prewitt Coun ty Judge W S Fitzgerald Jailer Fred IIarris Assessor J W Rawlins School Superintendent W J Price County Attorney and J B Nichols County Clerk Much interest was manifested in the election and the full Democratic vote was polled j your stamps Sterling candies freshest anted bushels Lancaster guaranteed nominated I C Heberlings greenhouse is the place in town All kinds fresh fruits at Zimmers If you want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler 2t You can get all kinds of fresh veg atablesand strawberries at T Curreys R A Stone buys feathers eggs hens and all kinds of produce and pays cash Our hosiery department was never more complete All the latest and colors J When you want anything in our line just ring up 100 and will be deliver ed promptly Ward Sympson For the Farmers The Continental Fire Insurance Co will write you for one per cent may 23tf I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries T Currey Base Ball Today The Richmond and Lancaster teams will play ball this afternoon at 330 Admission ten cents Ladies free Encourage the boys by attending The corps of engineers are still at work in Lincoln county trying to get a desirable line for the BurginJel lico extension Judging from the time spent they have struck a snag Notice to Election Officers Officers of Election who have the keys to the ballot boxes and the elec tion seals are requested to return them to the County Clerk as required by law Jno Duncan Clerk Roll Call of members There will be a roll call of members of Bethel church on Back Creek next Lords day morning May 30 All those holding membership there are requested to be presentRobt Campbell Court Day at Danville Advocate Capt T D English light cattle on the market Mon day and a few scrub sheep Twenty five steers brought 25 per head one lot yearling steer calves 16 one lot good yearling heifers 1550 one lot two year old heifers 2350 a bunch of old scrub ewes with 3S lambs brought 225 per head The crowd er than usual and business was not lively t prettiest Thompson hides JOSeph it reports was small t 8 very Now Shirts in Town They are here Take off that stiff starched shirt No wonder you are uncomfortable Put on one of our Negligee Shirts and youll feel like a different man cool as a cucum ber soft as a government as hard to get for they cost only 50c 75c 1 and 150 Many new patterns some are pure white some are pleated French Percales Chev iots Madras Etc Every shirt fits we guarantee it If you have never worn a Negligee during hot weather try one and you will feel under lasting obligations to us for our suggest What a relief to change the heavy scratchy winter un derwear for the soft cotton summer garments Here are the famous Bon Bon Balbriggan Silky Fibre Cotton fine Lisle Thread in colors black tan pink blues lavender and white so soft so perfect in fit and elastic that they infuse vigor and make you feel like a new man Prices lower than 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 to 50c per pair H T LOGAN OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher O OOOOC OO i jobnot ion SEE OUR LINE OF THIN UNDERWEAR I Oc The 1 H oo ooooooooDoooooooooooooo WE SELL Ready Mixed pain and Guarantee It Money refunded or house if purchaser is not satisfied R E McROBERTS Druggist repainted Hc e CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May 23 1901 TnE report of a committee to the Southern Presbyterian General at Little Rock Ark the diiHculty if not the of influencing the masses to maintain a decent respect for the Lords Day as long as the Government requires its army of employes to work on the Sabbath and the different States allow the running of both freight and passenger cars and secular newspapers are allowed to pursue their avocation as on other days pub lisping and selling their papers for gain The desecration of the becomes more general every year at the present rate it will not be long before the little handful of Godfearing people who assemble in churches will be the only ones who make any effort to keep the day holy Many men who close their places of business and put on longtail coats do so because the law requires a suspension of business and if there were no such laws they would be open at the old stand the same as on This is truly distressing state of affairs ANDREW CARNEGIE gave 1000 000 to establish free education in four Scotch universities It is so seldom that rich men part with their cash for something other than that which will bring tenfold returns that actions like Mr Carnegies furnish news items of the rarest quality THE breaking of the dam and loss of sixtyfive million gal Ions of water at Pikes Peak reservoir may cause trouble out there but it will cut no ice in the Kentucky place All they want is water enough to keep the engine in steam THE latest combine to be formed is a fireworks trust The only concern of this kind that will not go into the trust is the one unquenchable that will finally absorb all trusts OUGHT women ride astride is a glaring headline in an exchange We see no reason why they should not if they have such inclination The men would raise no kick Turkey We presume the jealous wives of the officials made them issue this order A Gentle Hint In our style of climate with itssud den changes of sunshine often intermingled in a single is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds half the deaths resulting from this cause A bottle of Bos chees German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of three Coughs Croup or any other disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle free at Stormes Drug Store Regular size 75cts Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 Sherry cobblers are not a blooming success as shoemakers Assembly emphasized impossibility Sabbath and only weekdays consequent edi- torS visitto that fireworks prohibited tempturerain dayit directly Consumption wand full T KENTUCKY EDITORS Arrangements Completed for Annual Sleeting A Good Program and Enjoyable Time Anticipated A meeting of the executive mittee K P A was held at Home in Louisville last Saturday The following members were President Robt W Brown Louisville Times ry McCarty Kicholasville Journal Secretary R E Jrtorningstar Bow ling Green Courier Committeemen G Watkins Courier Journal Paul M Moore Earlington Bee W C Owensboro Inquirer Milt Con ley Louisa News and Louis Landram Lancaster Record The arrangements for the annual meeting were blocked out and practically completed Steps were taken to effectively shut out all from the meeting except bona fide newspaper men men who make their living at the business and are conse quently deeply interested in the of of tho craft No one can this trip until his credentials are thoroughly sifted by a committee ap pointed that purpose An literary program has been pre pared and will be published in a few days The arrangements for the meeting at Madisonville and the outing which follows were thoroughly discussed it being decided to hold the business and literary sessions in the new opera house The opening session will be held Thursday August 1 at 8 p m The address of welcome with responses and literary matters will occupy the evening Friday morning there will be a business session and the afternoon will be devoted to There will be an in the evening in honor of the visitors Madisonville is making preparations for the editors and this will be one of the most sue cessful meetings the association has ever held A special committee is preparing a splendid programme The outing will consist of an Western tour including Kansas City Denver Pueblo Cripple Creek Colorado Springs ManitDu and Royal Gorge The trip may be extended so as to include Grand Junction and Salt Lake City Leaving Madisonville at 1111 p m Agust 2 the party will travel about 3500 miles and will arrive in Louisville Sunday night August 11 This will be the most extensive trip ever taken by the association and will necessitate much work on the part of the Secretary A special request is made to the of the association to pay their dues at once and advise Secretary Morningstar at Bowling Green if they will attend the meeting and go on the trip The annual dues are 2and the membership fee for new members is 5 additional The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has offered to carry the special sleepers of the association to St and has extended all the usual courtesies while the Missouri Pacific and Denver and Rio Grande Company will do the honors from St Louis through the West 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 The kick of a cow is not the most ac ceptable form of milk punch Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup 1 quick ly secured a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure giving her three doses The croup was mastered and our little darling speedily recovered Se writes A L Spafford Chester Mich F P afternoon present Vice Adams welfare goon or interesting sightseeing entertainment extensive extensive returning members generously Louis F P Frisbie Frisbies s Arranged c theE President Mon 11 IItr ton B STOUT DANVILLES LEADING DRUGGIST yinrgTnrag6aa a a a t COMPLETE LINE OF PURESTPAINTS OILS and VARNISHES Our Soda Fountain now in Full Blast BEST SODA WATER IN KENTUCKY B STOUTDANVILLES LEADING DRUGGIST W jJI J fig C Hj 1i JOHN T III OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO OOOOIOOOOO tAf X4QJi c rc 00 0 0 0b AO7C6R m DRUGS iiAA4RRR31fb6K7 JOHN D m 0 Q 0 s PAINT LICK We had a good rain here Saturday which was very acceptable Some of the farmers set out tobacco plants Saturday after the rain Willie little boy of Jack Adams stuck a nail in his foot which caused him much pain The little folks met and enjoyed a birthday party Wednesday evening from two to six oclock with Miss Fe land Casenburg Rev A J Pike of Brodhead passed through here Saturday on his way to Gilead church where he has been preaching for two years Best Mitchell of color was running along the railroad Sunday evening a thirty eight pistol fell out of his pocket went off and shot him thro the thigh On the completion of the bank the Directors will give a free banquet to the spectators who worked so during the erection of the Those that did not attend and make some suggestions as John Fcrre11 of Montgomery coun ty was here this week visiting Hume Rucker of Ford spent a few days with his brothers Will and Jim at the Veranda Hotel Mr W G Kemper cashier of our bank return ed home Saturday He made a good impression on the people while here PllEACHERSYILLE We had a nice rain Saturday which was badly needed J L Hutchins sold 13 hogs to J H Thompson for 75 A H Brown and J C Cress sold 100 hogs to Lawson Fox John Cress sold 50 barrels Gf corn to S Morgan for 240 per barrel S Morgan bought some nice hogs from D M Anderson for 455 W II Cummins lost a nice twoyear old steer He thought it ate Mr John Parton left for Pineville Monday to spend a few days visiting friends Born to the wife of J F Payne a fine boy which insures us another blacksmith and we hope he will be as good one as bis father Messrs Patton Dunn and a Mr Hume passed here Friday with some nice horses and mules which they in the mountains Rev R H Hobbs and Millie Chas B D Holtz claw and M F Baker and wife are at tending the District Conference at this week James Worrell of Flatwood was buried at this place last Tuesday We extend our sympathies to the relations and friends in this hour of trouble and pray the Lord to sustain them all Menifee Elmore and wife were visit ing W H Cummins and family Sunday Several from this place have been attending the protracted meeting at Crab Orchard The Childrens Day exercise will be the first Sunday June at the Methodist church WAELACETON Born to the wife of Wm F Henry on the 12th a girl Corn is now scarcer in than fl years before at this time of the year The little child of Conelly Jennings is very sick with a complication of diseases and is not expected to recover Rev John Dodwell manager of the Berea Citizen was in our vicinity on the 17th and spent several hours at the home of J A Baker On the 20th inst Charlie the six year Old son of Walker wife was kicked in the head by the old family mare Fortunately however the wound inflicted while an ugly one prOved not to be very serious for which the parents were of course very thankful At two oclock on the 25th inst will be held a meeting at Wallaceton to organize for the construction of the ison Fiscal Court has just appropriat ed 1200 The pike will extend from Wallaceton on beyond the Baptist and Methodist churches and almost to the Christian church The rain which fell Saturday was very beneficial to our farmers but es pecially so to Grider Wallace as it him to work up his clods with modern implements as har and drag instead of pounding them to Pieces wIth ax and sledge as was on before the rain But oh that big rain that fol lowed later J C Fox sold 40 acres of land to D W Faulkner for 400 James Worrell died suddenly Non day at 2 oclock a m of pneumonia W H sold a bunch of hogs to for 475 and 500 per dyed Mrs George little son Johnnie have been spending several days with her brother E C Boain home last week Miss Dora Farris has a severe attack of measles Mrs James Hutchins is very low with typhoid fever Mr W J Baxter of North Brooks N or says he suffered with plIes for fit or teen years He tried many remedies with no results until he used Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him Frisbie Miss Mad faithfully building regularly willsrela- tives buckeye bought Spoon amore Perryville in inst this community Bakerand mile of new pike for which the he doing the day urr C Fox pun Elam and returned F daughter uch throw FLAT WOODS h Dc P t 9 e Wins sow Of rain ted Wm 740 c agO ten He with man ders gie a by one he last a as in of be STONE Frank Folger sold to Wm Wall a and pigs for 20 The residence and all its contents Wm Murphy was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon 9 The in this section have finished planting corn The excellent that fell Saturday was apprecia by all Wm West of your city beught of Raney his farm adjoining the old West place on Poor Ridge pike M Moberly lost a sow several After searching for her about days she put in her appearance found her in the barn almost starved Mr N II Land and wife returned home last week from a weeks relatives in Anderson county Miss Lena Covington of Little Hick is the guest of Miss Mattie San week Lillian the little daughter of Mr A D Ford spent last week with her cousin Mrs Jasper Bo Mr Jasper Bogie and wife spent Sunday with A D Ford and wife Mr and Mrs Jeptha Onstott are re juicing over the arrival of a Miss M G Saunders spent Sat urday at Buckeye Several ladies from here spent Friday and Saturday in your city purchasing new millinery and such like C M Moberly and daughter Miss Myrtle spent Monday with Miss Jennie Spoonamore Preachcrsville Master Lotie Eaney spent a portion of last week with his uncle Mr M Carter of Buckeye JUDSON Cut worms are playing havoc with hemp in this locality Mrs Mary E Fain is having a tern porary residence built preparatory to handsome cottage later Uncle William Murphy a veteran resident of this country while from home last Friday afternoon fire his house and contents Every extends sympathy He is an old man lived alone A gentleman while fishing in river recently hooked a three and onehalf pounder but failed to land it so he said some one asked how knew that it weighed pounds above stated he said the scales on his back were balanced at three and a half Rain in this Saturday afternoon did much damage to plowed land on the near the mouth of Sugar Creek In Jessamine county Mr B E Cov ingtons plowed hill land was over flowed and carried into nearby ravines and thence in Kentucky river TEATERS Forest Curtis bought of horse for 45 School will open at Teatersviile the first Monday in July Kemp Walker purchased a calf from Wesley Walker for 5 Forest Curtis sold a bunch of seven shoats to Hiram Ray for 30 Chappelhavenaird Warner of McCreary Wilson Hurt while riding a bicycle several days ago was so unfortunate to fall and break his arm Alex Walker bought of J M Walker twentysix hogs at five cents per lb and seven from Saml Cotton and twentyseven from Mr Jno at same price Mrs A D Ford had for breakfast Monday morning a fish that fed the family quite a number of hearty guests and had an abundant supply left Now friends this is not one of those proverbial fishstories Prof Ben Evans has been visiting this vicinity this week he says he will teach at Orchard Grove the com ing term at which place he began teaching when a young man and tells us that while there he will drink again of the fountain of youth Frankye and Bessie Doty of Lick have been visiting Mrs Jasper also Little Miss has been spending several days with Mrs Bogie Mrs Elisa Sadler has been sick but is Miss Alice Gully who returned from Ohio and been the guest of relatives at Buckeye is now located at Mrs Jno Hills Mr and Mrs Manuel Grow of Wilmore have been visiting Mrs Will Simpson Mrs Clayton Wearen of Lexington visited her mother recently C T Sandidge of Danville was the guest the Misses Sandidge Mr Boyle Dotyand Will Leavell passed through here several days since telling fish stories and looking for pretty girls al so relating some thrilling adventurers and experienced while on recent trip to the West John Bogie has from a protracted visit to relatives and a friend in Madison county Mr Ed Simpson and Steve Hill two of our handsomest young men went to Danville Monday on a business trip While there Ed purchased an elegant buggy Ye girls begin to smile at him and see which will get the first drive If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it would used in nearly every household as there are few people who do not from a feeling of fullness ing belching flatulence sour stomach waterbrash caused by indigestion 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 isley r farmers this pound boy and Kentucky pounds and adjoining localities hillside Roy besides Misses Paint Bogie Elizabeth Ford convalescent recently returned suffer F P t Be Teat ar lkh lusty regent see DIr at see vey of e in to ted at ed ly R in F by BOURNE Mr Tom Turner sold to Noah Mar 4 nice for S10 Mr Ed Owens sold a horse to As Grant for25 Mr and Mrs J E Sherrow visited Mr Elisha Forbes and family at Creary Saturday and Sunday Mr Mike Forbes of McCreary visited Mr Jonah Marsee Sunday Misses Marsee and Miss Lucy Turner Sunday Nelson Marsee visited friends at Me Creary last week Miss Nannie Ball visited Miss Bertha Ham Sunday Joel Marsee and Ed Owens visited Wilmore last week Mr Job Mar and wife visited Mr A D Upton at Faulconers Station Saturday Mr John Jackson and wife visited Mr and Mrs Marsee Sunday Mr Wm Mc Williams who has beenvery sick is much improved Mrs James May field is on the list Uncle Har Warren is out again after a long illness HUBBLE James McKechnies e r of Wayne county is visiting him for a few days Elder Moore preached to a good crowd at the Christian church Sunday afternoon concerning the primitive church Sunday school under the care Elder J A Hammonds as superin- of tendent is growing in interest every Sunday II C Taylor is conducting one of the most interesting prayer meetings each Sunday night at the Christian church that we ever attended He sendeth His rains upon the Just and upon the unjust so though unjust we may be the good Lord has visited us once more with His Divine blessing a glorious rain The little twoyearold son of Mr James Wilmot Bryan was taken suddenly in on Monday morning but through the activities and skill of Drs Wesley and Burnett the little fellow rallied and is much better at this writ BETTIS A nice rain has fallen and helped corn gardens and everything that is the ground Monday is court day dont forget see auctioneer Am Bourne before selling your stock Rev J C Wolford of the Lancas ter Baptist church begins a series of sermons Monday night at the Pleas ant Hill schoolhouse on new Danville pike and every one is cordially iuvi to attend services beginning at 730 p m Mr Crow and wife of are visiting the family of Geo Austin Miss Lillie Austin returned home Monday after a weeks visit to friends Highland Mrs Charlie Clark of Burgin is spending the week at her parents Miss Aggie Bourne and nieces spent Monday with Mrs Jas Bourne and enjoyed fishing while there Mrs Robert Hamilton and son went to Danville shopping Satur MABKSBDBY A number from here will attend the Tournament in Lancaster Mr and Mrs Nixon Perkins have been visiting their daughter Eubanks at Hubble Dogs attacked C A Eobinsons sheep Monday night three were kill and several crippled Mr Tarkington and wife of Dan Woods and wife Mr Booth Sutton and wife of Boyle Mrs Geo A Mann Bardstown and Miss Hallie Her ring of Danville were among the vis itors at the Fork Sunday Mr A JChenault and wife of Danville spent Sunday with their parents Mr Boner and wife Mrs N H Bogie and your correspondent went shopping in Danville Friday Beware 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 wonderful 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 E McEoberts Druggist The Ancient Order of Hibernians is usually whisky straight I have been suffering from for the past twenty years and have c After taking one bottle of Kodol Cure 1 found relief and am now better health than I have been for twenty years I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too highly Writes Mrs C 0 Roberts North Creek Ark Frisbie When a man pays a doctor bill he often wonders if life is worth living Skin willreadily disappear using DeWitts Witch HazeiSalve Look out for counterfeits If you get DeWitts you will get good results It is the quick and positive cure for piles FP Frisbie The cutrate druggist does his best bring sickness within the reach of all You are much more liable to dis ease when your liver and bowels do not act properly DeWitts Little Early Risers remove the cause of dis ease FPFrisbie Ic Jno J C I is Lucille Vestida Dorton visited or sick fat11 day UI MrsJ C vine have been the guests of l1r of indication reputation success Dyspepsia preparationsDys- pepsia P aU- to 7 is a shoats Our in Parks affections t ville The er ferer tis Sour not the free his her by all ted the A on at How It Is Done The first object in life with the American people is to get rich the second how to regain good health first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the second good health by using Greens August Flov Should you be a despondent suf from any of the effects of Djs pepsi Liver Complaint Appendeci Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation f the Heart Stomach Habitujil Costiveness Dizziness of the head Nervous Pros tration Low Spirits etc you need suffer another day Two doses of well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to Stormes drug store and get a sample Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 has its disadvantages never lets a mans creditors get trail Miss Florence Newman who been a great suffrer from muscular rheumatism says Chamberlains Balm is the only remedy that relief Miss Newman is a respected resident of the village Gray N Y and makes this for the benefit of others similar ly afllicted This liniment is for R E McEoberts Druggist The physician Is the man who a then you have Billiousness is a condition charac terized by a disturbance of the organs The stomach is debilita the liver torpid the bowels con stipated There is a loathing of food pains in the bowels dizziness coated tongue and vomiting first of the un digested or partly digested food of bile Chamberiains stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturb ances the stomach and create healthy appetite They also tone up liver to a healthy action and reg ulate the bowels Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result For sale by R E erts test case is one that is brought to see how much the lawyers can make out of it 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 A dentist is a man who pulls peo pIes teeth A lawyer is one who pulls their legs Try the new remedy for Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed Price 25c For sale by R E McEob There are two sides to a story when men quarrel when women quarrel there are a dozen 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 for sale on my show case said 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 in the future Recently a gentle man came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once the floor gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him I the dose and in fifteen minutes he left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever Sole by R E McRoberts Druggist Cliautuuqua The fifteenth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held Woodland Park Lexington Ky June 26 to July 5 A splendid program has been arranged that will surpass any yet given Some of the most lecturers and entertainers in America have been engaged A great musical program will be presented and many new and special features The detailed program will be mailed Rob mess M muc statement recommends changeand digestive and then of Druggists erts Druggist lady exposed recommend- it I repeated notable Business d Fame all costly tome of Poison Ivy are among the bestknown To touch or handle them and inflammation within tense itching and burning of The PolSOD OaK wild plants andshrubs sufferer J l as soon as pustules appeared the poison had readIed intervals and each time in a more aggra vated form Thispoison wfll system for atom of it forced out of the blood before you e almost the little blisters and the will out at regular a perfect cure t n expect M Natures Nitires NISMS FOR gutate ing the only cure for Poison Oak Poison noxious plants It is com posed exclusively ofroots herbs Now the poison out of system as condition worse Dont experiment with salveswashes never cure Mr S M Marshall bookkeeper of the AtlantaGa Gas Light Co was with Poison Oak He took Sulphur Arsenic and various with no At times thewelling and was o severe For eight the would evidences of the disease disappeared I knowing when or how your case to our physicians and will cheerfully such information and ad as require without charge andwe will send at same an on Blood and Skin Diseases c THE SMFT SKCmC Ct ATUWTA M r soapsthey years oaout 5eaIOL His condition was muchimproved after taking one of 8 s 9 and blood of the and le are poisoned without terat loti other drugs and externally ntanemons and salves hew break bottle often you tin It off of They USE the BEST ZIMMER the BAKEK uses WARDS FLOut and the fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co R L Underwood T S Elkin Frank Lackey We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter flour made than WHITE SWAX and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller Three Years In Richmond Kentucky that have been made at my allies 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 going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at Tocts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good nefchbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation Onone Is a tobacco barn and on theother a small dwelling house These where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM tf Assignee Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD I I I I i I tIe I I I I 1asI I I IF Owens I I I I es And out or all the sets of teeth aif good desiring fT r- o oaooaooaoPOaoosoooooo aooocoao Cal q S k eoe0oeooooo0000000000000000ooooea GO ing the SADDLE STALLION is a seal brown 16 hands high heavy mane and tail tie Great Winner of 40 DIne Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season andwon ten or twelve blue ties See him before miles from on Lancaster pike At 10 to Insure a Lirai Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Baughman Danville Ky French Coach Stallion In French Coach Horse Stud Book of America also in Repnblique Fruncalse Haras Nation Winner of first prize at National Universal Exposition Paris 1897 and in 1S93 competing with over 60 stallions Imported by M H TIchener Co of Chicago in 1S9S Color bay with small star black points 1G hands high weighs In working order 1325 pounds foaled April 23 1SW if Lemeland of Commune of Hub ersville department of Lamorchi got by the government stallion Franse dam Cbaimanti by LeDard Second dam by Revolution Will make the present season of 1901 at my farm from Stanford on Hustonville pike at f1000 the season money due when service is rendered or 1500 to Insure a living for accidents Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estelle 219J Sired by Zilcadi Morgon dam by Zalcadi an imported Arabian Stallion him an Intensely inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides best family of road horses known Dorsey Golddust is a dark bay full 16 handshigh and weighs LOG pounds a proven and uniform of high class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for farm near Stanford At 10 To Insure A Colts kept at 50c per week No respoaalbll Ity foraccidents or escapes The best of per attention given EagleBIrd Sired by KING EAGLE present I r I Quasi No 2127 l oW Bred by grassPersonal by Golddast 130 by Vermont Golden l I breeder topprices l F REID Stanford or DY1UeiXl sot i Danville auxNol6 S smiles binges r A New Line Of STJBJCMSIfc aCIX l NOEL SISTERS LEGHORN HATS SAILORS FLOWERS Etc Now is the time to select your Summer Hat While our Stock is Complete g E At y UiUiUUJUUUiUiUiUUiUUiUiUiUiU1U1UiUU i j- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnrnrmnrmmmm l 1 D UTA1 1 Where the Home C 0t PEOPLE 0 Have Visited 004 d Miss Mosley is the guest of Miss Nell Johnston Miss Dykes of Richmond is the guest of Mrs J E Stormes Miss Helen Thurmond of Brod head is visiting friends here George Dunlap of Lexington is visiting Joe and Louis Burnside Mrs Letcher Owsley has returned home from a visit to Louisville Misses Annie Yantis and Lula Simpson are with Miss Mary son r Mt Vernon Signal Mr T S Miller is out from Lancaster visiting Dr L S Wesley and handsome son Rod visited in Lebanon Saturday and Sunday Misses Hare of Nicholasville are guests of their sister Mrs McClelland Johnston Mr and Mrs R Jennings of Paint Lick were guests of Mr J C and wife Messrs W B Burton and F B Marks bury have been spending several days in the mountains Mrs George has gone to Tenn to visit her parents Mr and Mrs John Brown Mrs Joe Robinson gave a tea Mon day evening in honor of Mrs Edna Wilmorc of Nicholasville Mrs Edna Wilmore and little Miss Hood Arnold of Nicholasville are guests of Misses Rella and k Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington arrived Tuesday and is the guest of her cousins Misses Bertha and Mary BurnsideMiss Gill has returned from Richmond where she has been a houseparty given by Miss Curline Smith Leslie Herndon is here from Straight Creek to rest up a few weeks His job at the mines is a hard one and has pulled him down in flesh and strength Jim Alverson of the Stanford who is one of the best compositors in the state and a mighty clever boy was on Sunday mornings train to his folks in Richmond It was reported Sunday that Bott Haselden was married but he says there is no truth in it as he has girltoRichmond Pantagraph Mrs J S Johnson and two children after a pleasant visit here to her mother Mrs N J Arnold on High street returned this week to their home in Lancastar Stanford Journal Mrs Ellen Poor of Lancaster was here Friday after noon to have her pretty grandsons Robinson and Valentine Cook photo graphed by Miss Sacray After spending a week or so prospecting in Oklahoma Messrs R H and W A Pet tus of the Gilberts Creek section re turned Saturday night thoroughly satisfied to spend the balance of days S Old Kaintuck Thump relatives Thompson Wm Bristol Mary Arnold attending Journal visit Joel y i t 7 n t i I f M is is James Maret the telephone King was in town a few days Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead is vis iting friends near Lancaster Miss Louise Parks of Middlesboro visiting Miss Annie Royston Miss Minnie Daniel of Lexington visiting friends in this city Jim Cunningham of Louisville is visiting his mother on Depot street Mr W K Shugars and wife of are visiting relatives in this City Col W S Fergurson was up from Covington this looking after his farm Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford is the guest of Miss Christine Bradley Mesdames G M Mann and Lelia Bettis of Bardstown are visiting Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson leave Saturday for a weeks visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs W G Robinson and daughter of Carlisle are visiting Rev Leonidas Robinson and wife Dr H C Herring attended the of the Kentucky Medical Society at Louisville this week Mr G T McRoberts has returned to Brodhead after a visit to relatives and friends in this county Mesdames L M Seaton of and G N Jean of Danville are visiting Mrs W A Berkele Lexington avenue Richmond Pantagraph Messrs Jno Burnside and Will Wallace of Point Leaven Garrard county were here yesterdayThe and Matrons Sewing Club will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs E C Gaines The club will disband for the summer Danville News Miss Mary Gill attractive young lady of will be the guest of her auntMrs Donald McDonald at Mrs Messicks during Commencement Lexington Herald Misses Letitia and Elizabeth Brown are at home again after a visit of six months to relatives and friends at Atlanta Ga and other southern cities Mr Bass the clever prescription clerk at Frisbies spent Sunday in Campbellsville We saw him at and he was dressed powerfully like a man who had courting on the brain The following are being entertained this week by Miss Sallie Lou Myers Misses Mary Lynn Mock Bessie Moore Ethel and Olive Sandifer of Danville HallieRice Myersof Marks bury Messrs Sim Moore and Reed Fitzgerald of Danville The entertainment given by Mr and Mrs McC Johnston Monday eve ning in honor of Misses Hare Mose ley Sue Layton and Nell Johnston was a most enjoyable event The handsome new residence was prettily decorated with palms ferns and car nations The long avenue lawn and porches were hung with many lanterns Misses Nell Johnston and Willie Belle Burnside looked after the entertainment of the guests and certainly carried out their part well At 1030 the elegant refreshments were served loved McKinney week relatives here meeting Louisville a- very Lancaster Stanford co 1 jrc I Ilil EJ I SI 1 lrll ej I I J 1 1 gj g rail BJ tgl ISf JHJ We Handle EVERYTHING UUD in P AINTIIG Will give an absolute Guarantee 0 That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Paint Wood Filler Hard Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var Sand Paper Etc and it will pay you to can on us first Remember our Guarantee FBISBI SDRUD STORE c iI Li j i Roof D T nishes Putty 1 ff rt 4 i A E X Charley Walker has been given a run on the Livingston branch of the K C and will run to Livingston in stead of to Rowland This is a pro motion and speaks well for Charley as he has only been on the read a few weeks Standford B Bastin of Lancaster and James Maret of Vernon two of the greatest telephone magnates in the country met here Wednesday few hours consul ta tion Attorneys Robinson and W I Williams of Lancaster on legal business Wednesday The following Masons witnessed the conference of the Royal Arch degree at Danville this week Judge R A Burnside R Kinnaird W S Ferguson T Anderson Alex Bishop W B Mason Joe Haselden G S Greenleaf and Louis Landram Several local Masons will be given the Commandery degrees within the next few weeks Danville Advocate Miss Anna No el leaves tomorrow for Lebanon where she will spend a few days with Lucien Noel W C Price is at Orchard Springs for ten days and Mrs Dunn arrived from Texas Saturday where Mr Dunn has been traveling They will remain with here for several weeks before returning to the Lone Star State Lancaster friends have received to the marriage of Miss Helen Kerr daughter of Dr and Mrs G Dick of Crab Orchard Springs to Mr Howard Daniel Countryman of Rockford Ills The ceremony will performed at Church of the Christian Union Rockford Wednesday June 5th The bride is well known to society folks and has many friends and admirers here who wish her all happiness She is a young lady of many accomplishments quite and of lovely manners and The couple will reside in ADDITIONAL LOCAL Heberlings greenhouse Is indeed a thing of beauty Give the school boys and girls the best in the shop Ward Sympson have nice fresh Tomatoes and Strawberries See our beautiful lines of pique and corded madras cloth J Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply to H A B Marksbury and Son Hemp Seed H A B Marksbury Son have a few bushels of choice hew Cultivated hemp seed for sale Call and see them tf Deputy Collector Short Marshal W T Short has been deputy collector under col lector Denton and will be assigned to duty June 1st Mr Short is a Garrard county man but has been living at Mt Vernon for some time At College of The Bible We acknowledge an invitation from Eld Holton Osborne Frank to attend the Commencement exercises at the Lexington College of the Bible morning June 11 at ten oclock Mr Frank Is a member of the senior class Work of The Lightning At Rowland Saturday young man named Martin was instantly killed by a bolt of lightning Two other boys sitting near him were severely Another man was killed in the same way at New Albany the same day The storm was general all over the middle states A Bright SIde to Everything Blessed is the poor man Pickpock ets never bother him and road agents give him a wide berth The tax col lector never hounds him Nobody tries to borrow and no one asks him to endorse He never runs head over in debt and is not robbed or liar rassed by litigation Burglars never invade his premises and he sleeps in his bones Blessed therefore are the poor in pocket for they always get a their moneys worth Ex Cant You Sow It seems that some people will nev er catch on to the use of a telephone This week we had occasion to see some of the many annoyances caused at the exchange by the failure of users of phones to ring off after finishing their conversation Some lumber heads would call ask for a connection and leave the operator to guess when they were through More than half tho trouble at the exchange is caused by this carelessness or more properly ignorance If you cant learn to use a phone hire a boy to show you how or to do your talking for you Dedication of Colored Church Rev Archie Pettiford requests THE RECORD to say that the colored Chris tian church in the liddlesboro ad dition will be dedicated next Sunday morning at 11 oclock and all the white people are invited to come Rev Pet tiford has worked hard to build this church entitled to much credit for his labor It was he who cut the trees hauled them to the and then to Lancaster to have the lumber dressed for the pews The church is named Stones Chapel n P Stone our bust ling merchant who made the first large subscription ras i 7 JournalA fora J E G relatives invitations Lancaster pretty disposition Rockford Joseph appointed Tuesday shocked tears questions Learn speaking and is sawmill Mr A D where 1 C r S mac Curve honor B ere ir M Y this ing of son with ville side our only the jfield was of was Of or pie is it an to Four Generations Living in one house near Antioch county are four people represent four generations It is the family Wat Adams whose daughter grand and greatgranddaughter live him Ton Gate Erected- t Perhaps the only toll gate in central Kentucky now stands on the new Dan pike at the iron bridge Garrard county bought all the pike on this of the river which is as far as line runs and Boyle county bought theold pike leaving between the river and Hedgeville As Boyle has never bought the pike and it requires money to keep it in repair directors were compelled to steps and get some money out it TLeycanL afford to furnish a pike for the free travel of the public We have never heard why Boyle does not take the road Prohibition Candidate The Prohibitionists of Jessamine county met in Nicholasville Monday 130 oclock at the call of the purpose of putting out a county ticket for the coming November elec tion The following partial ticket was nominated viz Forcounty Judge B Urton for Sheriff O T Soper for county Clerk R L Cooper for Jailer M Watts for Assessor J H Blum for Representative to the Legis lature James Adams The Prohibit ionists of that county claim about 100 votes when they can obtain a count Their highest vote in Garrard about 100 in 1894 in the Congress ioual race Their vote for Wallace in 1899 in the race for Governor was 40 It is their ntention to put out a tick et in this county also Some Kentucky Towns The census shows some queer names of towns and voting precincts For instance Kentucky products among others the following Ink Dog Walk Billy Boy Cows Horn Maiden Blush Eightyeight Holy Haunt Whcreaway Goodnight South America Big Bone Poor Chance Bucksnort Frozen Cornet Pigeon Roost Red Bird Illwill Hur ricane Whetstone Kettle Marrow bone Brandy Springs Bugs Curtail Million Eden Paint Gum Turkey Neck Paradise Beard Pin Hook Hogtown Slaughterville Torrent Turnipseed Strawberry Patch Red Rose Gosling Pond Tipsey Creek Bumcombe Bog Darling Batchtown Money Rabbit Hash Frog Level Democrat and Possum Trot Commencement large audience gathered at the Opera House yesterday morning to witness the Commencement exercises the Graded School The program published in last issue promptly at ten oclock After a pray by Eld Allen R Moore the program carried out and the graduates and their subjects were as follows Waller Chenault Hudson The Power of Well Directed Energy Miss Bessie Gulley Womans Place Today Sim H Anderson The Dawning of the Twentieth Century Willie B West Ambition and Hope Man Miss Francis Pearl Bettis Sleep After Toil Port After Stormy Sea Louis Herndon The Heavens as Seen Through a Telescope The diplomas were presented by Gov after which Rev J E pronounced the benediction Help or Get Out Some people seem to think that two three live business men ought to keep pushing a towns interests says the J Winchester Democrat Some merchants who do not believe in think that the more fellows will spend their for advertising and when people come to town they will spend their money with the man who dont be lieve in advertising as well as with the man who spends his money to his goods and invites the to deal with him But such a man mistaken People read advertise ments more today than evef before They read them at home and when they come to town they go direct to merchant who advertises and in vites them to trade with him And is right and proper that theyshould Mysterious Sunday Disease Of the Mysterious Sunday Disease wellknown sister has to say Many people are seemingly well during the week but afflicted with all manner of ailments when Sunday comes around and on Monday they are all well again really dread the approach of the Lords Day for with the day there come to many of my flock colds sick headache pain in the side and nausea while numbers complain of that feeling Sunday before last I spent really anxious day for there happened to be absent from the services quite a number for the best of reasons of a rushing in the head a touch cramPs toothache hardness of hearing catarrh torpid liver of the membranes lumbago me the next day was that Mrs H V Blarcom had issued invitations to an at home for that evening and the fear wellnigh paralyzed me that but few would respond seeing many of her invited guests had been absent from the Sabbath services Imagine then if you can my profound surprise see on that Monday evening so wholly unexpected so general and complete a recovery and when I made inquiry concerning the Sabbath only two were able to recall what had really been the matter with the day before Ex ford thestretch take f0 bat forr fair- e Exercise- A was commenced Visible Bradley advertising enterprising money advertise languid course of inflammation feeling ailments i Woo them i peon A says loess is at to trip 0 low 2GU Y Of A A nay the and the ny 1CO a at by It In Gov McCreary Feels Confident special to the CourierJournal ExGov James B McCreary of Kentucky is in Washington on bus before the Court of Claims but spending a great deal of his time talking about his chances for election- to the United States Senate I am not a Senator now he said the House while a broad smile covered his face at the mere mention of the possibility but I hope to be one of these days he con tinued Primaries have been held for nominations for the State Legisla ture in all parts of Kentucky Four were made last Saturday all favorable I dont want to boast but 1 am very well satisfied with the out look for myself I have no doubt that the Legislature to be elected next fall will be Democratic on a joint ballot and I think 1 will have enough elect me Low Bates via Queen Crescent Covington KyState Encampment GAR 34 One fare the round Ask ticket agents for full par ticulars Montreat N C Christian Workers Assembly July 21Aug 4th On sale July 22nd good returning Aug 8th Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge B P E July 2325th Long limit and rates Monteagle Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association July 23 one fare the round trip good re turning August 16th TEBBC C900tOOO HOt HX000 OOOOOOOOOC I N6WS i The Rev W A Conner the oldest negro preacher in the country died in New London Conn at the age of 101 A company of troops at Albany N charged a mob and with the butts their guns injured many persons Beckham refused fortyfiye plications for pardons Saturday The May Music Festival guarantors have decided on an assessment at 11 per cent slight earthquake shock was felt at many points in the Ohio valley within a radius of 100 miles from serious condition of alTairsamount ing to almost insurrection is said exist at West Point Military John Whitmore a white porter Catching Hotel at London fatally wounded Ed Perdee a stone mason Excitement still exists at Councilyule Pa over the murder of a white man by a negro and a heavy rope from the Town Hall warns to ramain away A Louisville echo of the panic en Wall a agO is a suit tiled against George T Wood Co Louis vile brokers by C I Hudson Co A bill has been introduced in each the Florida Legislature for of incorporating a compa to construct a ship canal across the of Florida to connect the Atlantic ocean with the Gulf of Mex About 800 coal miners hive gone on strike at Altamont and Pine Hill Ky The Altamont miners struck against monthly pay day and a guarantee of five days work a week The previous ods Pine Hill miners struck against high prices in the company store Everett Conway of Evansville Ind while evidently insane shot and killed Mr and Mrs C W Garrison next door neighbors perhaps fatally shot a policeman who sought to arrest him wounded bystanders killed some of his neighbors cows and hemmed in by the police killed himself The battleship Ohio was launched the Union Works in San Fiancisco Saturday in the presence of President McKinley and guests The Chief Executive was accorded an enthusiastic reception and was presented with a gold plate the workmen who constructed the vessel He made a speech of thanks was received with great applause the absence of Mrs McKinley Miss Barber her niece pressed the button which started the great ship down the ways Peters Sloes 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 Wpmans Shoes 250 All latest toes All the popular leathers Your size and width Childrens Headquarters See if we cant save you money Ward Sympson Riggs k r Go ape fI fi U Ashland Ky fi dangling ne- groes street week New York brokers for over 80000 branch of purpose peninsula paydays finally mauyother distinguished withus satisfactory the w I I I tome w June O GENE Rh oaoooeaoooooorooooeoo v s1I C C several s tout And a New Stock of E FJ j Buggies Surries Sfc Jfcs SH gT 5 g y SH p 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 other 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 fact that The Season is Well On We still have in stock and on display a Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we can please you SALLIE D TILLETT giimrnwnwwwmmwwmnrmwnr wnrwwwnrnrK The Time For iTORNADOES Has Arrived j Several cities and towns have been 5zi greatly damaged and many lives lost by i VIOLENT WINDS iBp Have your property insured against j loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but 3jj R KINNAIRD WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county arecordially invited to call and examine the handsomestline of IMPORTED WALL PAPER ever shown in from the cheapest to themost expensive made We our employ ExpertHangers who will personally each job atthe lowest possble prices We also have a full line ofPaints Oils VarnishesWindow Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wad Deutch Gesprochen- J G BANZHAF Clerk I BUOKBOARDS ETC andseveral filst class r 8J ra1 lmfJ iJ8 a 8 I8 l8irlJ lilliiJ1iJmJ jfifi1ii 1lli81 iiJ8 lJU iU jiUiU1U iU iUUU UUUJ UUiiJau this ss3tion have in I r s a a E3 1 1 Pr r rlittl-er dr R KINNAIRD INSURANCE CoijaniesIAetnaQueen PalatineNational Coiaetfcnt German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merekantil- eAetDallfeluCoifHartfg Cin JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LAXCASTEB KT Hartford JC be ORGANIZED tau ninzBrs Mom miOVTtWnmm Capital Surplus Fund 1OOOO BDSIWJCSB j K HieannoiHAK LBWZB Y IJULTUL X Y Hunaoir W O TntMtm Tie FrMidatCukiet TXABKOIB DIKXCTOJU KAir Lade TXdU S BEAZLEY 50000 COD W SOLICIT U- Oarsiral sad PragtdtteYt M tTeelet JYDieem a pRUDee- aJ LViLeee DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain IIed Air ac 1mWith the Bookoat Building Danvilletee meet oppo T J HOOd DENTIST Office oval Blne Grocery Richmondstreet All work aadMtiiKtorlly Carp reasonable don promptly Gras a CROP X5V If you have anything in the stock line for sale see G A Swinebroad G A Swinebroad will buy all of live and has on hand at all times live stock for sale Will trade swap or barter tf Ten thousand harvest hands will have to be imported into Kansas and Oklahoma the coming season to save the wheat crop It is estimated that there are over 7000 grain mills in Russia grinding annually over 16000000 tons of grain Newton Kansas has just shipped to California a train load of eggs There were 12 huge refrigerator cars containing 141000 dozen of nearly 2000000 eggs Four new wheat warehouses at Wash the last of which is completion have a storage of 3250000 bushels The exports of butter from Russia for the first ten months of the calen der year 1901 are given at 37729220 poundsThe 1900 wool clip of Oregon was about 18000000 pounds about 1500 000 pounds were produced in the valley and the remainder in the eastern portion of the State Cutworms are doing much injury to tobacco plant beds and early corn in Woodford county One farmer had a plant bed forty feet in length entirely destroyed by cutworms The farmer who sows clover with oats is pretty sure to get a satisfactory stand A failure is rare Plow in with a double shovel sow the clover seed and brush or harrow lightly In many portions of Missippi fifty per cent of the cotton crop will have to be replanted and in some sections of the State the price of seed is so high that many farmers are notable to pur The farmers of Kansas will produce about one million pounds of Burley this year Former are said to be interested in the culti nation of the weed in this are hopeful of making it a profita ble crop A small black bug new to this has attacked the tobacco plants and are playing destruction with buying hemp seed to replace tobacco Lexington Gazette It is estimated that tfce profits from the may corn corner are between 500000 and 700000 B F Patton and Jeff Dunn have re turned from the mountains where they bought a lot of stock They re port stock rather scarce and prices stiff Tobacco plantbeds in many portions of Bourbon county have been almost entirely ruined by cut worms necessi tating replanting Some raisers have used soaked seed in the second plant ing with but indifferent success Implements should be suited to the soil and crops grown Occasionally a tool will be found that will do good work in all soils but this is not usually the case To know a good tool and when it is doing good work in the field requires some intelligence Very few lambs are engaged and the traders appear to be in no haste about making purchases The notion pre nails that the lambs this spring are not healthy and developments are awaited At this time last spring nearly all the lambs in the county were engaged at good prices Boone county Recorder A man can steal from a bank a or a corporation but he can not teal from old mother earth on the farm The soil may be robbed in a sense by being made to grow products but the man is never benefitted A man may beat his neighbors but he can never beat his farm It is always and ever true that whatsoever a man soeth that shall he also reap Field and Farm It is by several respon sible farmers that the chance fora large tobacco croop in this county has been cut short from the fact that some kind of fly or cut worm has gotten in t the plant beds under the canvass and eaten all the plants not leaving a single one This is reported to be the case between New Castle and Tumors and between New Castle and Drennon Constitutionalist Carefully consolidated reports from American agriculturists corps of ob servers made May 1 show the condition of winter wheat to be 915 against 955 last months and compared with an average at this date for five years 01 84 April was wholly favorable for the development of the wheat crop over the greater part of the belt The report shows little damago through insect pests outside of Texas Oklaho ma and Michigan No crop in twenty years has stood better than the pres ent one in all 0roots s te t stock Tacoma nearing capacity Willamette plantingto- bacco Kentuckians section particular j merchant worthless reported SpringsEminence i I 1- A Oia c kin Stand by p 1 of wheat by States Ohio 88 Kentucky 85 Michigan 83 New York Pennsylvania and Indiana 95 Illinois 96 Kansas 100 California 90 Judge H B Watts a Hereford of Fayette Mo has a Hereford cow whose record as a prolific breeder is probably unequaled She dropped her first calf a few days after she was three years old and In the next flue years and eight mouths drop ped eight more making a total of nine the time she was eight years and eight months old Her best year was 1899 for in January she give birth to one calf and had three Decem ber TIer owner has realized 2lf0 from the sale of her products retains her last calf The triplets re erred to above attracted much atten tion at the Hereford show sale atKan sas City last fall and sold at auction for S200 210 and 225 respectively SUPREME IN ITS BEAUTY EXPOSITION TO BE A MAGNIFICENT SURPRISE Birdseye View of tIle Great Group of Splendid Areliitec tural Works A Wonderful Setting of Fountains Pools Plants and Flowers It Is promised for the Exposition that it will surpass in beau ty any previous exposition in the worlds history It is also expected that It will outrival its predecessors in many other ways for at no time have such wondrous achievements In all arts such perfection in the hundreds of trades been attained But the of this article Is to treat in a geii oral way of the plan of the Exposition the symmetry of arrangement and the exterior beauty that the careful expenditure of several millions of dollars Accompanying this article Is a birdseye view of the Expo sltlon plot showing the magnificent work In Its complete state The view Is from the south and shows an area one mile and a quarter long and half a mile wide there being 350 acres in the Inclosure In the immediate fore ground is a portion of Delaware Park one of the famous beauty spots of Buf falo The view shows the Park Lake with the North Bay at the left and in the left foreground south of the bay may bo seen a portion of the Albright Gallery of Alt a beautiful permanent building of white marble the gift of John J Albright of Buffalo and cost Ing 400000 North of the Bay is the New York State Building also a permanent structure of marble These two buildings are in the style of Greek temples one containing reminders of the Parthenon and the other somewhat the Erechtheum upon the Acropolis at Athens Between the North Bay and the Lake the City of Buffalo has built at large expense a new and beautiful bridge of heavy masonry known as the Bridge of the Three Americas This bridge carries the broad thoroughfare which leads from the main southern entrance to the approaches of the Exposition as seen In the foreground just north of the Lake On the northern shore of the Lake is situated the life saving station erected by the Federal Government where daily exhibitions will be given by a crew of ten men showing the uses of modern life saving apparatus as ein ployed upon our coasts Hidden from view upon the southern bank of the Lake a beautiful casino and boathouse has also been built by the City of Buf falo for Exposition uses The symmetrical grouping of will be at once noted by the ob server Beginning at the formal ap proach just north of the Lake the eye follows northward between Iwo rows of ornamental columns to what is known as the Forecourt East of this are the State and Foreign buildings forming In themselves a very interest Ing feature of the Exposition Near these also are the buildings for the ordnance displays representing the products of several hundred In this line of work West of the Forecourt will be the outdoor horticul displays and the Womens build ing We cross now the Triumphal Bridge which will be remarkable for its tall piers richly ornamented with statuary the product of the genius of Karl Bitter the director of sculpture and other famous sculptors On either side are the Mirror Lakes which form a part of the Grand Canal more than a mile In length which surrounds the main group of buildings We come next to the Esplanade which Is nearly twofifths of a mile long and 450 feet wide The western end of the Esplanade Is Inclosed by the Horticulture Graphic Arts and Mines buildings The eastern end Is shut In by the Government group of three large buildings Sunken gardens with elaborate fountains and many groups of sculpture occupy the two arms of the Esplanade and the decorative fea tures throughout this broad space are very numerous and beautiful North of the Esplanade Is the Court of with the Ethnology building on the right and the Music building on the left Two subordinate courts also open Into the Esplanade from the north the one on the right being known as the Court of Cypresses and the one on the left as the Court of Lilies Next north of the Ethnology building on the right and fronting upon the Court of Fountains Is the Manu factures and Liberal Arts building and on the opposite side the Machinery and Transportation building In the Court Fountains Is a large pool having an area of about twjj acres and contain 0 include breeder purebreds purpose represents resembling build- Ings manufac- tories Fountains more in ands NAMEL1OA1 Pan lmeri over special oral f till can s JUf0 i Relief for the fientIer Sex IUMothe FIe a special J Itisrelaxation of the muscles all nervousness reo headaches and nausea robbing all its pain bot TIlE BRA IIIICL8 COWe publish a book on Motherhood dw CTcq ODe tho PJUIcr leEem free upon request Ii I is friend Neves distressing cramps ft a arnnfiaementof Mothers Friend Is soldbrill 1 le druggists t caaaotbelo dsnia sead prepaldaaptrhtrelathe United State itwn receipt of prig iI GULT9R arlattaCa t t l I ln Tl of Is coeding again northward we come to the Mall a broad avenue half a mile long extending from the eastern boundary to the western gate of the Fronting upon the Mall on the right Is the Agriculture building and on the left the Electricity building We now arrive at the most conspicuous feature of the Exposition the massive Electric Tower 391 feet In tower stands between the Court Fountains and the Plaza In pool shout two acres in extent This will he the most ornamental feature of the great Exposition and will be the centerpiece for special and elaborate electrical illumination north of the Electric Tower the Plaza with Its beautiful sunken garden and bandstand In the center the Propylaea or monumental en trances at the north the entrance to the Stadium on the east and the en trance to the Midway on the west It should be understood by every In tending visitor that the Exposition will present the most beautiful spectacle that twentieth century genius can jirp vice ny gay there win DO a most pleasing display of floral and fountain effects The many buildings with their elaborate and delicate tracery f orna mental plastic work and their radiance of color the moat groups of statuary In every part of the grounds will con stitute a picture never before parallel ed At night all the buildings will glow with the soft radiance of thousands of electric lights making a scene of un rivaled brilliance and splendor million lamps will be used in the electrical illumination- It should also be added that the Mid way at the Exposition will be the most extensive and novel that has ever been prepared It will be 3000 feet long having more than a mile of frontage Over 30 very interesting features many of them covering several acres will mane up this gigantic collection of wondersThe features of the Exposi tion will be shown in the Stadium which covers about ten acres of ground and contains a seating capacitymore than 12000 people cr exhibit buildings will be filled to pletion with the very latest products of PanAmerican genius end industry and will offer an opportunity for every Inquiring mind to learn a most lesson of New World progress and civilization The power for Exposition uses Is fur Wished principally from Niagara Falls which are situated only a few minutes ride from the Exposition grounds Buf falo is a city of nearly 400000 popula tion and Is preparing in every possible way for the reception of millions of visitors in 1901 MARK beautiful fountains Pro Exposition abroad Immediately HaIf- a 1 tom interesting I ITT intros heights tE BEx c THE Crescent Queen Only so minutes rom ExpositionFALLS J O L D P L Chattanooga Free Reclining ertPullman Lndag Roota Sloop trlat 8e tlc z1DU for etc w oo en nlEt tnlm en alt m rlSn- l ICU 1T CH PL6nRCtniti Route and its connecting lines to the Pan American Exposition BUFFALOMay 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will be announced later The Pen American the greatest American Expos ition since the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway NIAGARA Insure with the Tncnrunnp and the New York Life Insurance C- oG B Swinebroad Agt G B SWINEBROAD Attorney4t law Office over Thompsons store LANCASTER KY JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and digestive the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia J Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache and all otherresults of imperfect digestion large size contains 2 times fmni ffiT Prepared by E C DtWITT A CO CbtcaflO Bluegrass turfmen will ask the next Legislature to pass a bill regulating racing in Kentucky Writers cramp is a common affliction they are always cramped for money When it comes to making a story short the blue pencil i strictly in it When doctors disagree they can always unite in attributing it to heart failure I S1 Continental Fire Co reconstructing organs Prlee5Oc and 11 Book ut dyspepsiama1ledfre I 4 j No other cot fee oes so far or ives such entire satisfaction as- ARBUCKlES ROASTiED COFfEECosts only Ir cent more common kinds Gives more cups end bettercoffee to the pound than a of its many ImItations Save theone entitles you to a defies part or some useful article Look for the list ineach fl than the w I Offers the following attractions t A i b y Annual Meeting Imperial Council I OF Trill MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th k Fare lor llie Roil Trip PLUS 200 EponhLeapeMeetiniL SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st 1901 GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH June Jily August and September One Fare ior the Round Trip PLUS 200 For further information call on or addressR T G Traveling Pass Agt Louisville Ky C TOWNSEND I Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis J NATIONAL II I i MATTHEWS II r493 TIIE BAN K i C v CAPITAL J5000000 t f OI s 0 J 1 SUIIPL3to o LANCASfES JCJT A B DENNY President JNO E STORME8 Vice President S C DENNY Cashier F ROBINSON JR R T EMBRY Asst Cashr DIIIECTOUS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormea W H Klnnalrd Bookkeeper Q r LOCAL TIMETABLES I a Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster U15 AV Northbnd Mixed 335 p n Northbnd Pasagr 252 AM- Bouthbnd 1238 A II II K t ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City N Y Lancaster HarWe Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from 88 upward Call at works near the depot S McGTHRE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly- at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY The cheap store in the North the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel build ing his brought in a fine stock of new and second hand CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS We also have a hill 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 Plate in r E fast FINE SHOES Town te Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing ageneral Real Estate business we offer our senices to the public bothto those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those whohave farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at thelaw office of R Davidson over Stormes drug store and list theirproperty for sale with us We will advertise it extensively in theCENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make nocharge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to youradvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the propalaeady listed with us r IOSOI LAND RAM L mortgagesreleased t- 1jiv r v rr r in 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 s vanimlas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings burn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern sad a stock pond that never tails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Yaciut Lot in Lancaster This is Cheap and will go Quick On of Hill street 70 feet front and X5 feet deep or 125 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid site for a nice residence in a good and one of the best 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 lUll street adjacent to item No 70 feet front on Hill street feet deep or feet deep If so desired a 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 dIe Fork of Sugar Creek t Miles front 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 Sever failing water and tearing In good repair Lund has been well treated 14 story box 4 and i 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 iu oats and grass 25 acres of line 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 fruit lug whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn ice house and all nec escarp outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want fox it No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rosins front hallway above and below back hall veranda somely finished inside and conveniently strutted largo bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet trout 447 feet in depth nice lot large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself For further particulars write to R L Davidson LawOflice over Stormes Notice to Hear Proof on Claims Mary C Cox Plff Garrard Circuit Court Jno M Higginbotham Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar Circuit Court muse at its March term 1901 in the above case the undersigned Master Commissioner will hold his ofllce in Lancaster Garrard county beginning with this date rind sit to 10th of June 1001 to hearproof on claims against decedents estate All will present them properly verified and proven the ed limit or thev become barred Given under my hand this 9th day of April 1001 W Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court I i 9 of I I Eastside build- Ing neIgh- borhood 3 11 excellent vs dn 4118 t an Propsrty 5 house- rooms t stabled tao Gait ter to of No 0 Farm of 0 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Itockcastle lineAH bottom land level and productive never failing stock water I1 story tog Louse and all necessary outbuildings Possession given af April 1st ll01 Price within the reach of men ol moderate menus No J House and Lot in Danville K in Otter Addition on East Alain Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep Nice residenes are building all around tills poperty proper ty in this location is always salable No 10 House gild Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known is the old Franklin Institute prop Lot is IIS feet fronton Danville Avenue uud 133 feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged iu every particular has 1C rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways roosts Tare and house we I ventilated House ho been lately remodeled and extensively im proved und place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when segued No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles front Lancaster on the lilrksville Pike Very fertile and productive 73 acres of apIan did hemp or tobacco land 75 acres in grass balance under cultivation watered by never Tailing springs Place is in good repair House 1J stories containing G rooms porch and deed porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very fine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A line farm of moderate sizo No 12 Farm of SI Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike 61 acres In grass balaucennder cultivation wateredbyhouse 6 rooms and necessary outbuildings the largest and best barns in the conn Buildings are comparatively new 2good orchards A very desirable form near town and in good locality Nol3 House and Lot near Sul phur Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways nIl necessary ont buildings Place In good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Len No 11 000 Acres of Timber Laud in Pulaski County y 1 About 25 miles South of Somerset and near and East of Flat River on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it or call on store Louis Laudram Central Record oiiice TOWN PROPERTY Monday May 27 1901 defore 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 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 fo art One ell I Carpenter y can y i let of try 11 celrCoal and OR c r lLan- caster AGENTS WANTED yone in each town to ride and exhibit a sample Igor model S MAKEbicycle of our manufacture 10 TO WEEK besides havin awheelto ride f 5501 v 1901 high Grade Ggtramlatul OO99 Models nest Makes Z taken in by oar Chicago retail stores D landAral 10 i ii ill71 3t58We ship any bicycle QN APPROVAL toanyone a cent allowiii DAYS FREE TRilLIO no risk in ordering from us as yon do not need to pay a cent does not von oo NorBUY Yon take absolutely a wheel until you written for ourFACTHY nEE DUL nit have i the of our wheels WE a reliable person ia each town to distribute catalogues for sa bicycle free catalogue asd J L MEAD CUet UJ1Sl1 has BIVCr bcca equaled isa iiiWUtty WA T todayJOr CYCLE once 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