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TWELFTH Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster ij as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 6 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i tntrn ttotI NUMRElf 9 I he Tlalt CORN rLarTEas and OlleJlorse SUPERIOR DISC CORN PLANTER See our 1Jqj 1t J R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Funeral CULTIVATORS CULTIVATOR Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward Eiull Line of 4 4 2 THE HOME NEWS r i- I I J l tE All kind of machinery repaired Conns Capital wagon the best wagon made Sold by Gaines Bros We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler 2t The regular monthly meeting of the Commercial Club will be held the first Tuesday night in each month Come boys aud eat all you want Just think we sell you fresh ginger snaps and crakers at the low price of lets Blue Grass Grocery Co A limited number of Bee lives for sale at Planing Mill Also a lot of chicken feed 5304t The Blue Grass Grocery is for cut prices Our cut prices this Week arc a surprise to many Best Cream Cheese locks Xow is the time to have your cis tern cleansed and T J Hatcher can do a perfect job without taking out all the water Give him a call tf Ladies call at the Blue Grass Gro cery and examine our can goods We sell time finest grade of can fruit on the market 2 Ib can Bartlet pears at 5c per can All other goods in propor tion Grass Grocery Co A Actv Name Liberty Bell is the name of the flour we are now making to sell at 50c per sack Like all of Wards Hour it is equal to any brand of its grade White Swan and Gilt Edge still retain their high standard of excellence Your grocer will supply you Bates the Miller Another Confab At the request of General Passenger Agent Stone Messrs John M Farra and Louis went to Louis villa today to confer with that ollicial jegarding the change of trains on this branch of the road So many stories have been circulated as to what the company is going to do that rIlE RKCOUD will quote Mr Stones exact language viz We have not decided what we will do and still have the matter under consideration We believe the change will be made and when put in effect Lancaster will have as good railroad connections as any town in the state I a I Thompson Lan stroth Lea ells headquarters Blue Landram i t YOU WILL FIND- A FULL LINE OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE SUCH AS J J+ Woolen Dress Goods Taffeta Silks De Soire Silk Foulard Silks Silk Tissue Silk Grenodinis Handsome Line of Trimmings Ginghams Lawns Dimities India Linons Paris Muslins Embroidered Suisses White Quilts Lace and Muslin Curtains Carpets and Mattings Pleau J J L i44H4tt4ittift4t4ttfftf0 r t h f liens Clothing Boys Clothing Childrens Clothing We have a line of Odd Pants left from Suits will Close Oil Furnishing Goods i and Caps Mens Boys Ladies Misses and Chi drens Shoes and Slippers Of all grades Trunks and Telescopes t E EE f E ttti t t t t tilli1 t t t t ttif ftt Cheep- sHal t1f+++++ + ++ + TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT THE LDGANDRY GOODS CO II Scrivens Drawers at GOc Ward Sympson llebcrlings greenhouse is the pret tiesfc place in town The Capital the best farm wagon made sold and warranted by Gaines Bros fSee our beautiful lines of pique and corded madras J Joseph For the Farmers The Continental Fire Insurance Co will write you for one per cent may 23tf We sell line table syrup at 20ets per gallon and old rio coffee at lOcts The Blue Grass Grocery Co Notwithstanding the high price of hogs now prevailing we will sell you pure loaf lard at the low price of Sets Blne Grass Grocery Co Richmond Appreciated It Climax The Richmond party was royally entertained and returned Sat urday eloquent in thqir praises of Lancaster and her clever hospitable citizens If you want to hear some soulstir ing music and preaching that will put you on the right road to live a better life attend the services being held at the Christian church Go curly and hear the music The painting at the Presbyterian church was not dry Sunday and through the kindness of the Meth odist brethren services were held in the latter church Dr McDonald preaching in the morning and Dr McKee at nignt Three to Two The regular lirst team of Central University came down Saturday and were bested by the local lads to the tune of three to two It was a warm game from start to finish The Rich mond buys were gentlemen and the scrapping sometimes indulged in at base ball games was conspicuous by its absence A Ilumlaome Tub of Iaintiiiir The prettiest job of painting that we have seen is on the interior of the Presbyterian church The work was done by Tom Jennings and J L Smith two local workmen who are skilled in their line The ceiling is a beautiful skyblue the side walls of a lighter color The pews and other woodwork are finished in oak and shine like a new pin The work is worth going to sec the Climax The most artistic and successful souvenir edition that has come to our desk is that gotten out by the Will iamstown Courier It is issued in book form printed on tine paper and the press work cannot be excelled The work reflects great credit upon the Courier job ofllce while the matter shows much careful preparation We our good friend Judge John II Wcstover and wish him many more years of prosperity He makes the Courier one of the topnotchers of Kentucky newspapers and the people of his section of the state should feel proud of his untiring efforts Toll Gate Troubles In Boyle County It seems impossible to keep a on the strip of road in Boyle between Garrard and Iledgeville Four guards were placed there for sev eral nights who kept the raiders from the little hut but these guards were removed and Friday night the hut was blown to atoms by dynamite It was replaced and Monday the raiders set lire to it and burned not only the hut but the pole also A collector is now on duty with a rope which he stretches across the road in day time but puts carefully away in his inside pocket at night The is anxious to dispose of the road but very wisely objects to furnishing a highway free of charge are Conning Father Abraham Oflicial notice has been received from the delegation Louisville men that their special train will arrive in Lancaster Wednesday morn ing June 19th The delegation is composed of members of the Louisville Board of Trade Club and Merchants and Manufacturers Association There will be about in the delegation they will come in a train of Pullman sleepers and bring a line band of music They leave Lou isville Tuesday morning the 18th go to Shelbyville Lawrenceburg Nicho lasville Richmond and spend the night at Estill Springs Early the next morning the train will run to Lancaster arriving at probably ten oclock Several hours will be spent here after which they Stanford Danville Lebanon and back home that night The local Club is making preparations to entertain the visitors and make their stay pleasant A com mittee has been appointed to look the matter and the program will be published in full in next issue of THE RECORD s cloth being Cape reading hard labor and congratulate tollgate night company business time Commercial 25 go to after s They e 1 New wheels at 1000 and so on at Conns Carriages repaired painted and trimmed at Conns C Let us show you our Underwear Ward Sympson The recent rains have put garden truck to growing lilac Jacks beau Japalac makcs old furniture like new and jest finish for floors at Thompsons 2t Dont fail to get prices on Surrey Buggy Phaeton Harness and Saddle ry at Conns cheaper than the Ward Sympson have just received a new lot of Peters Shoe Cos Shoes All the very latest and uptodate A look will convince you Must complete line of Bug gies road Wagons c must go You need our vehicles we want your Conns Carriage House 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 A Pretty Flower Miss Fannie Bishop has a geranium which now has liftylive blooms It is unusually pretty and is much attention She has a great many lovely lowers which arc well worth going to see Dr Goldstein Coining Those needing glasses fitted in the very best and most scientific manner will be delighted to know that Dr Goldstein the eminent optician will visit Lancaster and the Garrard Hotel June 11 next Tuesday He will only be in town a day or so and you had better call early Sec ad elsewhere in this issue It Another Survey to be bade Secretary John M Farra retained a letter from President Spencer Tues day stating that as soon as the engi nccrs were through work in Boyle and Lincoln countics they would be sent at once to make locating line thro Garrard county It is thought they will be here within a few weeks This backs up Tai R ucouis contention that this road is to be built and that Garrard will have a fair square show at it Its up to us and if the right of way is given the road we will get it as the sun shines Push It Alon Now that the Commercial Club is in lighting trim TIlE RECOUD calls its attention to the fact that not one thing has ever been d one toward putting in the system of water works for which the people voted so unanimously some two years ago There is no disputing the fact that this system is needed more than any other improvement The town is wholly without protection from lire and as we all know in summer water is frequently as scarce as politics iu the promised land The City Council granted a franchise to a St Louis company but that firm has not turned a wheel low the thing to do is require them to shoot or give up the firearms If anything is to be done steps should be taken at once so that the contractor may get the benefit of the summer months in which to lay pipes The people have said at the polls that they wanted this improvement so buckle on your armor gentlemen and sec that it is forthcoming Death of George JLusk After a lingering illness Geo D Lusk died at the home of his father inlaw Col Jno W Miller in this city Monday afternoon As was stated in a recent issue of TIlE RECOUD he has been in declining health for more than a year For the past few weeks he has lingered at deaths door and the end was expected at any time Mr Lusk was the second son of Judge Win Lusk who was one ot the most widelyknown citizens of Uarrard county He was twentyeight years of age and in January two years ago was married to Miss Georgie young est daughter of Col and Mrs Jno W Miller Beside the heartbroken young wife he leaves two sisters Misses Elisa and Jane and one brother Will to mourn his taking away He united with the Presbyterian church several years since and was a regular attendant at the services There was never biggerhearted boy than George Lusk nor one who was more ready to do a favor For several years he was engaged in the Internal Revenue service and was on duty un til bad health forced him to retire lie realized the serious nature of his illness and last week sent for Dr J L McKee who from Danville and spent many hours talking with him He was respected and highly thought of by all who knew him and everyone in the community extends deepest sympathy to the loved ones he leaves behind Dr McKee conducted funeral services at the Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon at four oclock after which the remains were interred at the Lancaster Cemetery lincshirts and stank cheapest GoA money attracting drinking SSOO and C i C beat assure respectfully came a b IIeberlin s greenhouse Is indeed a thing of beauty If want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey You can net all kinds of fresh veg tables and strawberries at T Carreys Currey Sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places I want your butter and eggs for which will pay the highest price in cash or groceries TCurrey Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply to II A B Marksbury and Son Dont judge a man by the amount of weeds in front of his house you might form too adverse an opinion of him he has no hoe Good coat I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kcmper Mr Long received a letter yester das from the Bell Telephone people to give the free use of the wires to the Louisville business men should they desire to use same while on their trip through the state Mr D Yandevcer one of Stan fords most prominent citizens died in that city Monday and was buries Tuesday The Masonic order of which he was a devoted member con ducted the last sad rites Stenography and Typewriting Miss Leona Hobbs who recently graduated in shorthand and type writ ing at Midway College has an olliee at the Telephone Exchange where slit is prepared to do work of this kind with neatness and dispatch Charges are reasonable and satisfaction guar anteed If you have typewriting to do take it to her tf A Screen Loose Somivchcre The Livingston Colonel which should have reached our desk last came in yesterday at noon Many other exchanges make about as slow time which guts to show that news receive very slight attention some postal clerks If the paper men would report a few of these mat tea to the ollicials at Washington some little 2x4 employees would be re lieved of the responsible position of having the government of the entire nation rest upon their shoulders abe lxlaor atedeeeer Dead Friday you papers Organdies Lawns and Dimities at Ward Sympson Extra nice country hams 9 to IGlbs each at Ward Sympson Ward will not bother See Gaines Bros before buying a new binder mower er or seed buncher When you want anything in our line just ring up 100 and will be promptly Ward Sympson Potato bugs lone made their ap and the crop promises to be unusually large that is the bug crop A few secondhand chenille portiers or table covers Apply at TIm REC OKD otlice tf Policemen Turner and Siler have received orders to begin killing dogs found without tax checks Have your purp labeled or he will go the way of all unpaidfor canines We furnish wall paper ready trim med 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 A Kls mane Saturday Arrangements have been made fora game of ball between the Ilarrods burg nine and the home boys on the Graded School grounds The same teams will play that put up such an excellent game some weeks ago and a large crowd will see it Important OTectliijr Friday Kiuht The Commercial Club held its regu lar monthly meeting Tuesday but as some matters of importance are to be acted on this week and certain in for motion cannot be obtained until to morrow the meeting adjourned until tomorrow Friday night at 7 0 oclk It behooves every public spirited man to be at this meeting Iarricd in this City Mr Fred Miss Kate West were married in this city Tues day night at the residence of Mr F B Kemper on Lexington street The ceremony was performed by Rev B A Copass Immediately after the ceremony time ceuple drove to his home near Bryantsville Mr Yeager is a prosperous young farmer and his bride a very attractive and accomplsh young lady TIlE RECOUD extends congratulations S nipsun orders it pea ranee anted Yeager and C C brake delivered C 1 S next Saturday nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys Take a Sunday meal at the Garrard They are delicious The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and see sam pIes Avoid delay and trouble during har vest by buying a valuable Deering machine Sold by Gaines Bros Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey Successful and Enjoyable The protracted meeting at the Christian church is proving to be the most interesting held in Lancaster in recent years Interest in church mat ters in Lancaster has not been very far above par recently the members strolling to the Sunday services as though they were doing the Lord a favor by attending but the excellent sermons of Rev Allen R Moore have had the effect of bringing not only the members of his church but many others to the realization of the fact that they were far from the straight and narrow way Interest in the A dew meeting is so great that most all the business houses close and all hands go to church There is nothing of the sensational about the meeting Rev Mr Moore sticking strictly to the plain truths of the bible and brin g ing them out in a manner that can understand An enjoyable feature of the meeting is the music which is under charge of Prof Taylor of Indianapolis This feature is enjoyable the choir being made up of some of the best singers in the county Mrs Belle Burnside presides at the organ If you will at tend one of these services we will the assertion that you will miss very few of the rest of them More Local on page 3 anyone venture especially New Shirts in Town Shirts and youll feel like a different man cool as a f soft as a government job not as hard to get for theyr T i r T T 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 IP 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 1 Oc to 50c per pair H T LOGAN The OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher C OOOOOO i OOC I I I S 2 2cost X only 50c 75c 1 and Many new patterns some suggestionSEE OUR LINE THIN UNDERWEAR I 5 2 I I t diO 7 Norcucum- ber H r V y WE SELL Ready Mixed Paint and Guarantee It Money refunded or house if purchaser is not satisried R E McROBERTS Druggist repainted CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher jMncaslcr Ky June 6 1901 TIlE latest crank to succeed in his name in the papers is John Alexander who Sunday to a Chicago audience as Elijah the prophet and the of all things Over 3000 people rose to their feet to indicate their in the truth of his statement In a frenzied speech Dowie cursed the Pope and the Roman Catholic church and scored Free Masonry the and the bankers He declared he had come to proclaim theocracy and to place the name of God in the Constitution His first message is for tithes Such cranks as this could be brought to their senses if they were arrested as vagrants and put astride a rock pile for a few days It is that so many people are led to be licve in such foolishness TY B BELKNAV Co the hardware men have increased their capital stock 250000 making a total of one million We note this from the fact that every newspaper reader in this section is familiar with the old reliable firm Their ad has appeared in the dailies constantly since they began business Their success is an example for other in that it shows that a big splutter of printers ink occasionally is not the winner that is the constant use of a medium size space Mr Bel knap is one o Louisvillesjniost business men and is always at the front in any movement to advance the interests of that city WILLIAM MARKS one of the clowns with Ringling Bros circus is for the ministry and applies his earnings in the sawdust ring toward paying tuition at a theological during the winter months This is certainly commendable in Mr Marks and we wish him all but fear that if he is ever called upon to conduct a funeral where there is a band in the procession he will when the music strikes up suddenly mount one of the vehicles and begin to ex claim Free exhibition at the show grounds high wire walking balloon ascension all free to everybody All out to the show grounds John Bulls home papers Uncle Sam is the best man by admitting the truth of Lord George Hamiltons statement that American manufactures are better and cheaper Britishand all concede that Great Britain no longer leads the world as an industrial and manufacturing nation The blame is laid at the door of the trades unions which are charged with hindering the adoption of progressive methods But the British are aroused and there are already evidences that they propose to begin a struggle for the of lost honors THE botanical deportment of Han ard University sends out the startling information that the irish potato is gradually degenerating and will soon be a thing of the past If a majority of these college professors and stu dents were given their proper places in the world they would be aimed ity as they are now predicting any neighborhood will need Yes thats very trueand you might add that one amateur piano player can fill an ordinary size lunaticasylum in less than a weeks time Smallpox next door is looked upon as an awful calamity but this passes away A rattletrap piano and a rattlebrained performer however come to stay JUDGING from the pictures of can didates plastered all over the city of Louisville the festive office seekers in the Falls City are trying to win on their good looks or their shape Vote for John Jones for councilman in the LEXINGTON officials are talking of getting a patrol wagon to be run by electricity We presume this is be cause the wagon is used so much that horses give out and are unable to pull all the drunks run in A STRIKE of grave diggers is the thing in Philadelphia Nine times in ten strikers dig their own graves when they walk out Strikes are becoming a grave proposition atny J ry J getting Dowie proclaimed restorer belief newspapers amazing Louisville advertisers enterprising preparing seminary thanthe potato amateur U everywhere latest himself C suet EVEN r every 730 Mr on too ran a ed in Bible services at the Fork church Sunday evening at Every one cordially invited to attend and take part in services The appraisers met last week and appraised the property of Mr George Durham There will be no sale the children will remain on the farm Ed Perkins and sister Miss visited their sister Mrs J C Eu banks at Hubble Sunday Miss Mary Cook of Crab Orchard who has been the guest of Mr John and family returned home the first of the week Mrs Richard handsomely entertained a number of lady friends at a dinner Friday Mr Will Philips of Lancaster was in this community last week Miss Jennie II iggins of Paint Lick spent last week with her cousin gie Dunn liss Sue Sutton is spend ing a few days with friends in Lan caster James Alfred Boner ville visited his parents Mr and Mrs John C Boner Sunday Master Wil lie Robinson of Lancaster has been spending a few days with his cousins Bennie and Currie Robinson A number from here attended the funer al of Miss Mary Eliza Philips at Lan caster Sunday Miss Lee Herring returned from Jessamine Female Wednesday Misses Julia Parks and Mamie Daly spent with relatives at Marcellus Georgie Dunn returned yesterday from a pleasant visit to Paint Lick AlAllKSBDBY relatives PAINT LICK A B Estridgc attended court at London last week Postmaster Harry Moore went to Jackson county on business this week Rev Heddleston will preach at Old paint Lick next Sunday at eleven oclock There is a disease in the feet among the cattle in this vicinity they get vcry lame and can hardly walk Some parties about here have been killing squirrels already The law is not out untIl the 15tll look out Everything in the shape of a from a wheelbarrow to a closed car riage was engaged two weeks before hand for the Berea The brick work on the bank was completed Saturday evening the car penters work paintingplasterintfc the nicest building in Central tucky Jim Rucker while Lancaster Saturday evening got hit the head with the ball and was knocked out for a while but he had much grit to give rose and Come again and beat the game Mr and Mrs R L Arnold were out taking a ride over the farm Sunday evening Mr Arnold got out and was walking around looking at his cattle from some cause the horse got scared off and threw Mrs Arnold against stump and she was badly hurt The buggy was torn to pieces John Norris of Lancaster was a visit to his uncle Ed IforrisSun day Mr Robert Noel and sister Miss Nancy from Buckeye were the guests of Miss Martha HendersonSat urday and Sunday Miss Eugena Potts Dunlap of Lexington was the guest of the Misses Lear Mr John Dudderar is still number with the sick J C Clouse bought two hog from Dock Hunt of color for 81125 Mrs Mary Elam is visiting at her Mr Elam of Crab Or chard Mr Campbell of Clay county spent several days last week With his son Wm Campbell Mrs Fanny Koehler of Wallaceton visited her brother Wm last Wednesday Several of this neighborhood at tended Childrens Day at the M E church of Preachersville last Sunday W H Furr has returned from Mem Tennessee where he has been attending the Confederate Veterans reunion A Good Cough Medicine It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use ittheir own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamber loins Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says Druggist Goldsmith Van Etten N Y Ihave always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and colds and for the cough following la and find it very efficacious For sale by B E McRoberts Druggist nth ieor boys have Ken beginning Annie Miss ofDan Institute vehicles commencement will soon be done and we wIll playing ball uphe hereon phis grippe Sirnj 1lcGr 110 FLAT WOODS father itt atvs IIam 4 I mock d J die ins Crab was been road cate J for has she c of ed SO at of er er tis Miss Ella Thompson is on the sick list this week J L Hutch ins bought a steer from W B Ragan for 2250 Ben Duncan bought a horse from Arch Adams for 3750 John W Cummins bought five hogs from Jack Sutton W B Ragan bought of H B Cock rell 40 acres of land for 1100 J P Ragan bought three heifers from John Johnson for about 45 Rev II was here last week looking after his farm interests The Childrens Day exercises was interesting occasion and was well attended A horse kicked a little laughter of John B Anderson on the face inllict ing an ugly though net a dangerous wound Dr OBannon dressed the wound W Cummins and sister Miss Ad and Miss Nellie Hobbs J L Hutch and wife with several others at tended the Sunday school exercises at Orchard Sunday night which a grand success A rate of one and fare has secured over the L and N Rail to Crab Orchard on the certiii plan to all who attend the Camp pur chased three days before the meeting commences J Thompson who has been sick sometime has not improved any though we hope to see him out soon Mr Brown from Missouri has been visiting his nephew W II Brown for a few days Miss Emma Raibourn returned train Crincehill where has been visiting friends Miss Jennie Scott was visiting friends here II Miller has gone to Brodhead to spend a few days with B Anderson and family El more of Stanford was visiting J B Hutchins and wife Sunday MT HEBRON Mr J M Vanderpool sold two nice horses last Monday for 200 preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday Mr Sam Duncan sold a horse last week for 120 and also purchased buggy Messrs John and Tom Hicks charm ingly entertained a number of their friends at their hospitable home Sat U1dav evening from 7 to 1130 The death angel visited the home Mr and Mrs Joshua Barker and tool them their eldest son Jim mie aged 17 He had only been sick a short time with typhoid fever Al though he was in his youthful and just entering into manhood he saw and realized there was a better home than this A Home not made with hands He gladly gave up this life to enjoy the perfect bliss of that above The remains were interred in Mt Hebron Cemetery Saturday after noon The bereaved ones have our heartfelt sympathy Miss Maggie Montgomery entertain a few of her many friends Sunday Mesdames P B Grow and Scott are visiting relatives in Danville week Mrs Susan Johnson who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Burgin Thursday accompanied by Misses May and Ruby Scott John Duncan of Hanly is the guest of his brothers at this place Miss Olla Scott is visiting Miss Jennie Rogers Stanford Mr Win Edwards and handsome daughter Miss the guests of relatives here las week Master Charlie Chilton of Lexing ton is with his uncle W D Scott McCREABY Misses Ethel and Bettie West of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs Susan Lackey last week Mr and Mrs W II Lackey gave a dining last Saturday in honor of W N Lackey and wife of Texas Mr R E Lee jjgg returned to his home in New Mexico accompanied by his nephew J T Tins ley who expects to make his home there Miss Bettie Pherigo is the charming guest of Mrs Emma Sutton Miss Stella Catron who has been visiting her sister Miss Flonnie has gone to McKinney to visit other relatives Mr Baylor Jennings and wife have gone to Spencer county to visit relatives Mr J R Curd and wife Misses Hallie and Mable Curd Burgin were the guests of Mrs T W Bradshaw Saturday and Sunday Jas A of Lincoln is visiting relatives at Nina this 0Ham after spending a week with home folks has gone to his home in Lexington accompanied by his broth Scott Miss Willie Bell Burnside- of your city is visiting Mrs Ida Tins now It Is Mono The first object in life with the American people is to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the second good health by using Greens August Flow Should you be a despondent suf Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness not suffer another day Two doses of the well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to Stormcs drug store and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get GreensPrize Almanac jul18 W D were S n Cockrell a- very third bone last week W e viesa- new iron this fort Matti Jones icy this week Dyspepsia Prostration ACHEItr rIa LIE for 5c one lips PIt1 week e Mr Mr Mr ing loge ed will ed ous a ly has on son as by ry F TEATKKSVILLB I Charlie Tcater of this place is quite a mechanical genius and is yell prepared for all kind of work Bastin is having new telephone poles erected through to the river The work is under the management- of Robert Warner A J Pike will fill his regular monthly appointment at Buckeye Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock and Sunday at 11 a in Bogies distillery has ceased S Walker who was store keeper there during last month spent Friday night at Frank Pierce Alex in the near future to his farm he some time since purchased in our from Saunders and Walker Rev Bevin of at Guiins Chapel last Sunday He begin a series of meetings at this place on the 11th of July and will assisted by Rev Creech a splendid preacher and worker in the church The news of the marriage of Miss Susie Long to Mr Dozier was receiv here on last Thursday the having occurred the night previ in Richmond leaving immediate lif for Illinois to locate The bride is daughter of John B Long a wealthy farmer of Madison and has frequent visited in our neighborhood has numerous friends who wish them a life of happiness Mr Weaver Dunn from Junction City has returned to his home after a brief visit to relatives Mrs Nary Teater of Bohon Orin Teater of Harrodsburg are the guests of Mrs Herod Ray and other relatives 3Iiss Myrtle Ray was the charming Kemp Walker on Satur Sunday Miss Pearl Ross returned to her home after a visit at Mr Alex Walkers A D Ford and wife attended services Chapel Sunday Miss M of Paint Lick will visit iiii here this week Mr and Mrs er with their pretty victor Miss Ray attended services on Sunday at Freedom church BRYANTSVILLE Miss Eliza Philips died at 0 oclock last Saturday Funeral services Were conducted at Pleasant Grove by Elder Waldcn after which the were laid to rest in the Lan caster Cemetery She was a beloved Christian The fajnily have our sympathy Mr and Mrs llaselden visited their Sam it your city Sunday Mr Jack Dunn is on the sick list this week Mrs Dr Sims spent last week with her sister in Wilmore Misses Estelle Wilson and Xancy L are the guests of Mrs E L Owens Elder Walden will sill the pulpit at the G rove Sunday Mrs is the guest of her sister Mrs Scott A Sprained Aiilclo Quickly At one time I suffered from a se vcre sprain of the ankle says Geo E editor of the Guide Va After using several well recommended medicines without sue cess I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that relief came soon as I began its use and a com plete cure speedily followed Sold R E McRoberts Druggist A theatrical manager is always known by the company he keeps Eczema saltrheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are quickly cured by DcWitts Witch Ha zel salve The certain pile cure F Frisbie Lawyers are men who work with a will Doctors often provide the way Call at McRoberts Drug Store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They arc an elegant physic They also im prove the appetite strengthen the and regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Some doctors tape life easy others take whatever they can A surgical operation is not necessa to cure piles DeWitts Witch Ha zle Salve saves all that expense and never fails Beware of counterfeits P FrisbSe It is not the dress that makes the chorusgirl its the tights iA few months ago food which ate for breakfast would my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure can now cat my breakfast and other meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for sto much troubles Pitts Arlington Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests Political parties have one thing common they are all anxious to save the some other party A Gentle Hint In our style of climate with its sud den changes of tempture rapt wind and sunshine intermingled in a single is no wonder that our friends and relatives are frequently taken from Us by neglected colds half the deaths resulting direct ly from this cause A bottle of Bos chees German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use will 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 lOt inns rack ey Prt t oj r I Rev running V contemplate ViII wedding guest of Irs day and i Lit Ynp Walk n remains yO Cooks Cary Washington j digestion I and I II S Tex what you cat P Frisbic ins countryfrom often dayit children sot prevent Consumption 7acts Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 j io I Y n tit ru Stvecu Cur notre I Y y maroon J J y J line ycar G of times to cows A turn they sand ton and 400 on the the the he the on at 8 cd as in be to If you have anything in the stock for sale see G A Swinebroad Strayed From my place on Rich moncl pike about April 10 one year ling red steer and and one short two old roan steer Rice Eensc A Swinebroad will buy all kinds live stock and has on hand at all live stock for sale Will trade swap or barter tf Newton Kansas recently shipped California a train load of eggs There were two lingo refrigerator cars containing 140000 dozen I have on hands live first and calves good ones and big milkers Michigan tobacco grower will a flock of 5000 ducks in his two hundred acres of tobacco and says will get fat on tobacco worms Richmond Pantograph Two thou head of poultry and ten thou sand dozen of eggs were shipped from here Friday to the New York City market 1 II the consignor Richard Croker of New York bought of Col W S Barnes of Lexing the noted thoroughbred Bonito Belle IB by Falsetto her yearling colt Beau Imperial by Tim Gore The price is said to be 18000 0000 being for the colt Come and see me if you want good ewes on the shares want them on two years time with goodpaperor will take horses or mules in exchange I have 2 to 5 years old Southdown and mountain suit you if you want sheep Come with your J I Hamilton The Western Tobacco Journal upon information ofvarious correspond ents learns that In most sections of State tobacco plants are fairly abundant but in some localities in northcentral portion they have been destroyed by insects and are very scarce One of the hest farmers in ty tells the Sayings that the average yield of wheat in Mercer this year will not be over eight bushels to the acre lie however modified his state ment by saying that Durham and Sam Forsythe each have 100 acres is almost certain will thresh 5 bushels to the acre Last year the poultry earnings of United States amounted to over 500000000 being a greater value by 52000000 than our entire wheat crop 105000 greater than our swine brought us 81000000 more than our cotton crop and more than three times as great as all the interest paid mortgages during the year The cry shortage in tobacco plants has come with such regularity this season for years past that repetition now will not attract much attention The fact nevertheless is that the situation in this county is really serious and will cut an impor rant figure in an already greatly re duccd acreage Mt Sterling Gazette At the Will Burton sale near Burton bought the farm of acres at 1GO milk cows S1 to S3 yearling mules 40 hugs 84 75 toilets farming implements sold low Sever al farmers have sold their hogs at 5cM for this months delivery Dugs kill eight or ten sheep for L T a few days since Iowa paper tells of a farmer n who is satisfied with a fifty acre farm lie finds that to keep it in the best possible condition it gives jjjin all the worjc he Wants to do and besides making a living for himself and Wife he sells from 800 to a 1000 worth of produce a year The old adage A little farm well tilled is true as over Lexington Gazette Most of the hogs in this section have been shipped fact but very few remain Fewer hugs are for the summer market than ever before known This is owing to the fact that hogs have been bringing good prices for some time and a nickel a pound is a great temptation to let them go Added to this Is the fact that corn Is scarce and high and these facts will account for the scarcity of fat hogs for the sum mer market Kentucky dealers perhaps have never figured on the profit to be de tired from time eggs in shipping a car load of chickens to California at this time of the year the egg laid luring the eight days of transit about pay the freight The car will hold about 3000 and each day the eggs are and at the end of the journey 200 cases will have been filled which when California at 15 cents a dozen realize S450 which amount will pay the charges on the car Cases can taken along and all calculations made to care for the daily supply of eggS The hen is sure a good thing Ex A new plan hoeing for its object distribution of young trees throughout the country will be put into practical operation next year by the Secretary of Agriculture An has been made to discover the varieties which will thrive best In She various localities and the will be made jji a manuer some what similar to that employed in the seed distribution authorized by Special attention will be given trees of the nut bearing shade and lawn variety and oaks ash and will also constitute a prominent portion of the distribution The Sec retary believes that the idea will prove popular R n RR 4J a class bebig J C Stier I I xelf broodmare I can trading clothes the CUlm m of a Stanford J D being feel gathered ill will investigation distribution Congress linden 1 L o ru V 1 Dot PAn Ill y When Rile air faI v accompanied tmucous patches ill the tious on the skin sore throat copper 3 mouth colored splotch e swollen glands aching and Ix nes the making headway and far worse muscle rapid for worst symptoms will tonow unless 13 promptly and effectually cleansed of this S S S is the safe and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote this specific poio It cures the cases and permanently the blood poly rin ceainsonI celt Bave Bcca Ko worse In the of 1 07 I cunt meteJ lilood fan Poison I three doctors their treatment d out tr have u me no was genii time my came out ulcers appeared in mv throat aud mouth my was almost covered with colored splotches and sores I suffered severely rheumatic in shoulders arms My condition could been no worse onlv as I wascan understand my sufferings I had aboutlost all of ever I wen ar3in when boat worse all the of hot e a lion coura mine conti ulcers I decided to S S S but must confess I had little faith left in medicine After taking the third bottle I noticed change in my condi This was truly en and thorough trial prom completely under sores and thealed and 1 was soon free from all signs rf to Jive S S the disorder I Sa eonthcimproce meat r 555seemed to hn e the disease e iI sirens and healthy ever I W SMITH 6 Noblesville Ind been since hexbock T ttjgy SS is the only purely vege table purifvjif known iooouoffered for proof that it contains a particle or 1 00 and it1 be to j J mercury potash or mineral our free book on Blood Poison it contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for self treatment We charge nothing for media cure at home THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA BIDS WANTED Sealed bids will be received up to including the 20th day of June at R A Noels near the mouth of Lack Creek for the construction of two miles and S5K feet of Turnpike Road running from the Buckeye pike near to mouth of Hack Creek at R A Noels according to protile specifications survey as made by O T Wallace which can be seen on application to W T Xoel president at Buckeye Ky Bids can left with the president or V 11 Bogie secretary Buckeye Ky Said road will be lot in three 1 sec tions the Hoard reserving the reject any and bids Metal fur Wished free of charge This June 1 01 W T NOEI W 31 BOOIK President Secretary other poison caladvice I I Goldstein ltetnrns for ti rig ht a for at in a Dr R Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster June 11 1901 a few days only at the Garrard will fit glasses to the eves of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give hint a call He will be found his room at the New Garrard Motel Parents of children whose eves are in any way affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too much care can not be taken in this particular as any neglect of the parents may lead to most serious consequences after life If the eyes of a child need glasses the doctor can deter mine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes and any age A good glass rightly adjusted is luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfectly ad is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a in to 5 p m Peters Shoes Have made a us ye 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 Mens Shoes 350 Womans Shoes 25O All the latest toes All the popular leathers Your size and width Childrens Headquarters See if we cant save you money Ward Sympsoiu I Newts Hoteland fasted recordwith have satisfactory wear JOHN T JOHNSTON Lancaster Ky COUNTY SCKVKVOU All ImsJtes promptly attended to W McC JOHVSTOX JOHN TJOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOKNTSOX Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY w S I5KAZLEY rI I CItL G IiYIt I I Y Teeth extracted without pain DENTIST II Q B SWINEBROAD ATTOKNKV AT WAV Lancaster Kv Ollice over Thompson store Invstreet oPIoPre ve T J HOOd ire church DENTIST in Office over flue Graas Grocery Ulcliraoail street 11 work don promptly and jatlf ctorily Charges They USE the BEST ZIMMER uses WAUDS FLOLI and the fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballon Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co 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 substituteBATES the Millar Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my otlice it 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 7r0 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth 1 have made or any we are to make The best Alloy fills in the world at Tacts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Lank ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on theother a small dwelling house These will make for persons de siring small farm in neighborhoods purchasedortf Assignee French Coach Stallion Quasi No 2 1 27 French Coach Horse Stnd Book of America nlsoiu Ucpnbli inc Fruncaise Haras Nation aux No 1JStK Winner of lust prize nt National Universal Exposition Paris ISDTanrt competing with over GO stallions Imported by 31 II TIchencr it Co of in ISJS Color bay with small star black points JOJi hands high weighs in working order 1 5 pounds fouled April 28 1S51 Bred by M Lemeland of Commune of Hub crsville department of Lamorchi got by the rovernment Fninse dam Cbaimauti byLeDard second dent by Revolution Will make the present season of 1JJl at my farm 5Jj miles from Stanford on Ilutonville pike at 1000 time season money due when service is rendered or 1500 to insure a living colt Mares kept at Wc per weep on grass Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents Dorsey Golddust 12052 Fall brother to Estelle 2Ipi Sired by Zilcadi GolddnstllOO by Golddust 150 by Vermont Gorgon dam by Zulcadi an imported Arabian Stallion Dorsey Golddnsts dam is Florence by Gol den lingo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan mailug him an intensely inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin 2 organ on both sides the best family of road horses known Dorsey Golddust is a dark bay full 1C handshigh and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for form near Stanford At 10 To Insure A Colt sonal attention given Stanford or Danville Ky QOQOOOQO I i I II i i the TIKEI ii i i I I i I i i i i i i i f t i i I it I O neighborhood I in 198 t Chicuo f topprices responsibility F REID ret souable r 60460 04 00004444400000000 g 0 g C S S o0o4000ee0440N44dWOOd00040OOQOP4o going stallion t 1 f a N rw MID SUrIrIER HATS IQ J A nice fresh line of summer hats slid flowers just in at SISTERS fIfj Give them a call and set a pretty stylish white hat 0 fffffftfti1gt 1ifjililifffJJffi Qv- ji Q L j NOE- Q QQ 0 Where 0 the Home p4444 44444 PEOPLE CCC C 444 444v Have Visited CCC Q CCC Kirk Kirby is at home again from Lawrenceburg Miss Lena Rigney is in Danville vis iting relatives W A Hiatt of Winchester was in town this week Mr F B Marksbury visited Harrods burg the past week Mrs Charlie Mosses of London is visiting Mrs Ephraim Brown McGee and daughter of are guests of Miss Cora Ward Mrs Chenault of Richmond is witlI her daughter Mrs J W Elmore Mrs Alice Singleton of Crab Orch ard has been visiting Mrs George T Farris Mr Alex West was in icholasville Saturday visiting his daughter Mrs Chas Denman Misses Stella West and Emma Dun can of Kicholasville are guests in this city Mr and Mrs Robert E Hughes carne up from Louisville to attend the funeral of Ceo D Lusk Miss Maggie Tomlinson has return ed from a delightful visit to her friend Miss Gena Bush of St Louis Miss Knapp West leaves this week for Washington D C to visit her brother Rev R West and Thomas II Campbell Miss Elizabeth Hudson and Mr J H Kinnaird of this city were in the receiving lineat the party given Miss Allene Hudson in Danville Three sheets of personals were mis laid in this ollice last week and doubtless caused many blessings to be showered upon our defenceless head E Newton Todd orders his copy of THE RECOHD changed Georgetown College to Paint Lick lie has been attending school there the past term Tim Rucker known at home as Sweet Music the accommodating railroad agent at Paint Lick was in town Sunday He is the best baseball pitcher in Central Kentucky The following Lancaster people the debut party given by Miss Allene Hudson of Danville Misses Lizzie Hudson Lena Rignejr Alice Walker Messrs Herbert Kinnaird and Wailer Hudson Mrs Jno E Stormes left Monday to visit Mrs Hubbard in Covington Mr Stormes will join her today and they will go to the Buffalo Exposition Niagra Falls and severs lother points of interest in the East Somerset Journal Now the city cousin gets his inning lIe may visit his dear cousin in the country and luxuriate in the festive fleas at night and pithy radishes for live oclocl breakfast Jim Cunningham who has been his mother in this city is now connected with the Columbus Buggy Co Columbus Ohio He secured a position in the otlice there some time since and has worked up to the job of head bookkeeper As the company is one of the largest mapufacturers of vehicles in the United States this is a long feather in Jims cap rrs 7 sisterMrs attended visiting Livingston ill oft friends f d f r i 1 I George Smith was in Somerset a few days this week Miss Rachel Henry is visiting in Danville Mr Jno M Logan was in Somerset yesterday on business trip Miss Elsie Zimmer leaves this week for Cincinnati to visit relatives Miss Stelia Brown of London is visiting her father Mr Killiss Brown Miss Maggie Tomlinson is in Dan yule attending commencement exer cisesMrs J H Patterson and children leave this week to spend the summer in Louisiana Mr and Mrs F B Kemper and Mrs Ophelia Dunn spent Sunday with in Danville Paul Miller has returned from Lex ington where he attended State Col lege the past term Richmond Register Mr R Zim mer of Lancaster was a visitor here yesterday and Sunday Attorney R L Davidson was in Pulaski and Wayne counties last week on professional business Misses Ollie and Ethel Sandifer have returned to Danville after a pleasant visit to Miss Georgie Henry A large crowd of Lancaster people will attend the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs next Friday the 14th Miss Eigenia Dunlap returned to Lexington Tuesday after a most de lightful visit to Misses Bertha and Mary Landram Burnside Mesdames E W Harris and S B Ileury have been visiting Mrs J W Proctor in Danville Little MissElla Henry accompanied them Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson have re turned from a visit to Lexington They have rented the West property on Lexington street for a year A printer recently tried his hand at farming but couldnt make things work right and is now at the case He had a wrongfunt team a mule and a this would not justify He said the farmer fIred him after he had pied three or four columns of potatoes He showed his limited experience by ask ing the farmers wife if she wanted the hens set solid or leaded Ex Take your plow go into the where there is a known surplus of rich soil plow four or live inches deep put your team to a common pond scraper and dump on the poor points sufficiently close When the soil will be three or four inches in depth More good can be accomplished in one day in this way with one hand and team than twenty years clovering will do for the reason that clover nor anything else will grow where there is no soil Judgment should be exercised to move only the soil where there is a known surplus for to impoverish one point to enrich another would be bad policy By such treatment of the eye sores on your farms their value will be increased from 5 to 15 an acre Farmers Home Journal The bilious tired nerveous man successfully compete with his hea lthy rival DeWitts Little Early thefamous pill for constipation will remove the cause of your troubles F P Frisbie back horseand bottoms scattered cannot Risers relatives relatives We EVnBYTBING U BD in P ATa Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof Filler Hard Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Putty Sand Paper Etc and it win pay you to call on us first t our Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE HandleEJ 0- hl I J lI E3 rt Paint Wood II t I Varnishes Remember f- J o i 1r 0 p t ADDITIONAL LOCAL The Danville Advocate says the peach crop in that section will be un usually heavy The K P lodge has revived again and is having big meetings every Fri day night Be there The City Council of JTarrodsburg has reduced the tax rate of that tows from 75 to 50 cents on the 100 150 to Cincinnati and return next Sunday Leave Lancaster 252 a in leave Cincinnati 730 p 111 All day in the city and get home at 1228 mid night local Masonic lodge will send a delegation to Louisville June 21 to participate in the laying of the of the elegant Masonic Temple to be erected in that city A coon team from Danville came over Friday and bested the Lancaster dingies by a big score They played on the Graded School lot and many white people saw the game Through an oversight the name of W O Rigney was omitted from the list of ollicers elected by the Commer cial Club Tie was made treasurer which position he has held since the club was first organized Low Rates to FanAmerican Exposi Lion Via Queen Crescent Route Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information 75 ablebodied men to work on the Danville sewers Wages 100 to 125 per day Steady work for the next 4 or 5 months A L Patterson Co Danville Ky Printing and Publishing A young lady undertook to explain the difference between printing and publishing to her lover and by way of illustration she told him he could print a kiss on her lips but must not publish it Suit has been brought at Stanford against the Cumberland Telephone Co for 20000 by the administrator of young Martin who was killed by lightning Plaintiffs claim the charge was carried to deceased by defective telephone wires half Hates to Kansas City Via Queen Crescent Route Shriners Meetings June llth to 14th Rate one fare the round trip plus 200 Liberal limits Ask tick et agents for particulars V C Ri nearson G P A Eld Jesse Walden who recently purchased the Judge J S Robinson farm on the Danville pike is cutting a lot of very line timber therefrom which he will have sawed on his place lie is getting some extra fine walnut which will be shipped East Load the Shotgun Uutic the Dog A band of burglars has been in Mercer Lincoln and Boyle counties for the past month Ten tramps have been arrested and placed in jail at Harrodsburg Stanford and Hnstonville have been suffering from similar depredations Tlie Truth of the Mutter If the local Commercial Club wants to bring something to town that will please everybody let it secure a date for a good circus There is not a man in the county that wouldnt rather see a circus than cat the best meal ever prepared and he that saith nay is full of prunes of the poorest variety Decorations of Graves The Knights of Pythias and Macca bees will meet on the ICth hold exercises in the court house and then proceed to the Cemetery where the graves of departed brethren will be strewn with flowers The Odd Fellows will have similar exercises on the 11th next Tuesday Goodbye Old Eyesore The City Council ordered the rick ety old band stand torn out of the park the fence painted the grass cut and notified the Electric Light Co to paint the large pole in the centre of the Public Square The public should send the Council a boquet of Beauty roses for this good work Electric Light Danville Advocate Mr E H Fox is putting a small electric light plant in his engraving department to light for night work A one horse power gas engine has arrived which will be used to run the presses and dynamo was specially designed and will furnish a current of sufficient strength for a 2000 candle power Another Old Landmark Tillett has commenced tearing away her portion of the old Peacock property onDanville street She sold the brick portion to Dr Kin naird and he has remodeled that and put in splendid shape Miss Tillett will at once erect a brick house with room for her millinery and living rooms above This will make a great improvement on Danville street Train Service to Cincinnati The Blue Grass Vestibule the fast train on the Queen Crescent Route which heretofore has run daily except Sunday will beginning June 2nd be operated daily Sunday included ISo change in time will be made in either direction except that it will arrive in Cincinnati at 1015 a m instead 1020 Nortnbound This magnificent ves c I The cornerstone Double wantrd account operating appropriate American furnish Miss Same story department parlor C G alight Pont i Flans Almost Complete Mr Bastin has almost completed arrangements for the removal of the telephone exchange to rooms Stormes drugstore This will give much more room and put the ofliee in a far more convenient place for pat rons who have to go to Central A good feature of this move is the fact that all wires will be taken from the poles on the Public Square and run by cables to the main ollice thus do ing away with the unsightly poles True Oh ItIn a Yen Verily Winchester may approximate the stars to a nail keg hang the ocean on a grape vine to dry wipe the nose of a cyclone with a towel cut off the tail end of a tornado for a keepsake put the sky in a gourd to soak unbuckle the belly band of eternity and open up the sun and moon as health resorts but never de lude yourself with the idea that you can escape the other side of purgatory if you dont pay the printer AM Watterftoii Sees It Hon Henry Wattcrson the great editor of the CourierJournal in an interview has this to say regarding municipal affairs There ought indeed to be nosuch thing as party lines in local affairs What do those who rob the people alike inRepublican Philadelphia or in convictions They label themselves according as they think they can get votes and after election do precisely as suits their jobbing interests Solve This The Cynthiana Democrat is making a miration over the followings prob lem which was submitted by the Board of Examinersof Harrison coun ty to tle applicants for certificates to teach If any were found that could not solve the problem they certainly should not be authorized to teach Here is the sum A sells a cow for 10 per cent less than cost and buys her back for 10 per cent more than he got for her In so doing he loses 570 What was the first cost of the cow Recognized at YVaslilugtoai The only instance on record when a post ofliee has been named after a medicine was last year when in Wetzel County W Ya a new post ofliee was established and named Kodol after the famous Kodol Djs pepsia Cure manufactured by E C Dewitt Oo of Chicago It has such satisfactory results that the name was unanimously selected by the people for the new ofllce and adopted by the department at Wash ington D C F P Frisbie dealer It Cliautaiiqua The fifteenth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington Ky June 20 to July 5 A splendid program has been arranged that will surpass any yet given Some of the most no table 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 upon application to Chas Scott Bus iness Manager Lexington Ky A Dlllerciit Branch A good Presbyterian brother THK RECORDS comment on the action of the United Presbyterian Church general ussemblys action in excluding from its membership all Odd Fellows and Masons asks us to say that it is an entirely different body of worship from the regular Presbyterian church This is gener ally understood but for fear some might think it the regular church we will say that the United people have nothing whatever to do with we Presbyterians hereabouts For which let us give thanks The Kind Wanted It is the desire of the Commercial Club to get all public spirited citizens of Garrard county to become members of the organization What the Club wants is men who are Garrard men not the misfits who are working for the interests of other towns and their enterprises In other words if you think you cannot put your the wheel and push for Garrard countys interests and enterprises in preference to those of foreigners your room is far more desirable than your company If you are a home man come join the Au Odd Job n B Northcott the hustling and ice man has a horse whose front hoofs have had a very growth as they were about four inches longer than those of any ever seen in this section of the state The length greatly impaired the travel of the animal and Mr N decided to have the feet trimmed The horse was sent to Ned Burdetts shop with instructions to trim off a little Instead Ned took a and ripped off inches from each foot The hoof was cut clean and straight new shoes put on and the horse sent on his way re joicing Was Handled With Care Danville night a box arrived here on the train addressed to the circus On the top was this In scription Handle with caresnakes the injunction was obeyed to the The snakes were shipped from Philadelphia and were sent C O D the charges being 90 Late Saturday afternoon one of the show men the box and transferred the snakes to There were eleven the longest being fourteen feet and the shortest five One of the big ones was dead and the show fellow gave it to Johnston Allen who will mount it It measured ten feet and was aboa constrictor DemocratYou lUre political patent given noticing county constantly shoulderto procession poultry remarkable animal handsaw NewsFriday letter opened over C three andaha If another r Wheat Wauled H A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand bush els of wheat and vill pay the highest market price for tf Low Kates vlu tucen Crescent Montreal N C Workers Assembly July 2LAug 4th On sale July 22nd good returning Aug 8th Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge B P July 2325th Long limit and low rates Monteaglp Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association July 23 20th one fare the round trip good AugustKith Auntii In Charge Col R M Kelley who resigned as editor and Albert S Dietzman who resigned as manager of the Louisville Commercial a little over three years ago have again taken charge of that paper and are preparing to glee the Republicans of Kentucky an organ they may feel proud of During the retirement of Messrs Kelly and Dietz man the Commercial was under of strangers unfamiliar with State politics and a number of blun ders were made Messrs Kelly and Dietzman who are now in control again are staunch Republicans thor oughly posted as to State and affairs and will no doubt make the Commercial the idol of the party A Former Lancaster Roy Honored The following taken from the At lanta News is of interest to the many friends of Mr Elkin here in his old homeThe Georgia Pharmaceutical Associ ation Dr W S Elkin Jr of president of their lIe was elected by acclamation no other name being presented Mr Elkin made a very graceful address to the associa tion this morning after his election as stand in a most responsible position between the learned physician and his patient If the druggist fails in his duty what prollts it if the physician pends but the alleviation of the pain of the patient his restoration to health his very life may hang on the care which we have taken to let no lacli of skill or temptation of profit cause us to fall in administering the most excellent materials and in bring ing the highest skill to their prepa ration W C T U Open Session Saturday June 8th the ladies will hold an open session at their rooms thereby giving everyone an opportu nity to assist in this good work All are invited to come and bring a thank offering This offering may be fiowers fruit provision clothes books or money Following is the Music Responsive Reading Music Scripture Reading Mrs Invocation Mrs Gill Music The Development of the Flower Mis sion Ida May Grant Personal letter from Miss Cassidy read by Mrs II ubble Music Jennie Cassadys Birthday Reception Theo Ilemphill FlowerMission Mrs Elkin Music A Good Roads Convention There will be a Good Roads Conven tion in Louisville June 27 and 28 This date has been selected because it is the date of the proposed visit of the Good Roads Train that has been touring the South and building sam ple roads We understand the expense of this train is paid by the I C Rail road It carries the latest improved machinery for the construction of dirt macadam and gravel roads and the improved methods of road con struction are illustrated by building sample roads in some selected locality The residents in the vicinity where road is to be constructed are expected to supply the material twelve strong teams for hauling the machines and twelve laborers The train carries 14 experienced roadmakers who are un der the direction of a representative of the National Good Roads assisted by a representative of Public Road Inquiry office of the De partment of Agriculture It is stated that Gov Beekham will be asked to appoint three delegates to the conven tion from each county in the State The farmers of the State will be es pecially invited Farmers Home Jour nal Important Decision Sometime ago Senator George T Farris obtained an American History which was sold in Indiana at 65c by Grim Co of Boston the sime book being sold in Kentuck at 1 by the same firm which is under a bond of 10000 to sell the books at a uniform price The Senator always a faithful public servant requested Miss Elisa Lusk school superintendent to bring suit for the 10000 damages She Welsh Williams H McMur try and L L Walker who filed suit after Prof J II Patterson one of the best friends of the cause of education in the State tiled complaints as re quired by law The defendant de murred to the petition the circuit court sustaining the demurrer and or dering certain matter to be struck from the petition Attorneys for plaintiff appealed the case the upper court reversing the judgment of the lower court giving plaintiff power to proceed against the book company and to recover the sum of 10000 they prove the breach of bond by selling the same book at different prices and get judgment They say that they will easily furnish the proof and as the money will ero to the schools of Garrard county those who furnished the facts and worked on the case will be regarded as public bene factors I r Christian o E I I control national Atlanta body wiselyOn Farm Association provided same returning Republican appreciation PPUG1t13I employed THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK RESERVE SURPLUS AMOUNT PAID COUPOfl HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all correspondence HOME OFFJCE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS j Notwithstanding the fact that 1 The Season is Well On- nj We still have in stock and on display a Complete Stock of Spring I and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we can please you i SALLIE D TILLETT i The Time For TORNADOES t Has Arrived j3 Several cities and towns have been iiE greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3 I VIOLENT WINDS ig Have your property insured against jl g loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but R KINNAIRD i WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of IMPORTED WALL PAPER ever shown in this from tha cheapest to themost expensive made We have in our employ ExpertPaper Hangers who will personally attend each job atthe lowest possble prices A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wind Deutch Gesprochen X G ANZHAF Clerk ooooooi oo 25O 00 IIut oo 125OQ0 00 t i lliJfJ rfj 1IDfr1J rnJ8 ill flliii fil ffi Fi 1 J fiI J nrnnnrnnrn n mmmm 1 Ji l1 1ijl1i4 l i1ji 1il1j111i1111i li1 ii s3 tion VarnishesWindow i It i 1 r a littler 5 r R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Repres6flliiFollo i Companies Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD lama Life Ins HartfordConn09 SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 1G hands high heavy mane and taU Siren by the tat KING EAGLE Winner of 40 Blue Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season and won twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares He will make the season at Thos L Baughmans place tour miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to tare i Livid Colt Will also standa firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Baughman Danville Ky present tenor 1 ORGANIZED 1883- PITIZENS RATIONAL U mi-U TAKrntaqrno rT Capital Surplus Fund 95OOOO lOOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and Prompt AtteBtteao HlSOISBOTHAM Lxwis Y LJUVZLL B F HUDSON O KlONKT CD WALXIB Pruldea VlceFreaideni Culiles Assistant Caahx DIXXCTOU- JHHiaenrBOTHAv Lxwu Y LKATBLL T M B F HUDSO- MJJVLLKM 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 Insure with the Hew York Lifo Brace Co and the Coitatal Fire Luvaice J M R Boo eepel ARNOLD C I G B SwInehrolid Ast Joseph Kirwinof Maysvillci brake man on the L N fell between cars at Paris and was killed Wrn A Willyms a learned negro who was Sacristan of a Roman Catho lic church in New York is dead The grand jury at Chicago refused to indict Divine Healer Dowie for the death of of his patients The tow boat Ross was wrecked by an explosion Pa and her Captain killed and three men in juredF Richardson who shot and kill ed his sleepwalking wife mistaking her for a burglar was exonerated in the Police Court It is oflicially stated that the Uni ted States will remain in control of Cuba until the Platt amendment is substantially adopted The Elks of Paducah cleared 5000 on their carnival held there last week This will be added to the fund alrea dy started for the erection of a Mr James n of Brow Putsmouth Ya over 00 years of age suffered for years with a bad sore on his face Physic ians could not help him DeWitts Witch JTazel Salve cured him perma nently Mutinous troops paraded the streets of Antwerp singing the Marsellaise old police had to be called to protect olliccrs from the revolting guardsmen The Court of Appeals has decided on the ground of public policy that persons in the public service cannot assign unearned salaries This puts the claim shavers out of a profitable businessCitizenship follows the Hag whether the Constitution does or not The State Department has directed Am bassador Choate to issue passports to the Filipinos who applied to him The applicants had taken the oath of allegiance and it is held under Spooner act they are entitled to protection of the United States Danger disease and death follow nog lect of the bowels Use DeWitts Lit tle Early Risers to them and you will add years to jour life and life to your years Easy to take never gripe The heavy rains in eastern Ken tucky the past week made a good tide in the Keniucky river and thousands of logs have been gathered into the the booms at Irvine Ford and Valley View which means plenty of work this summer for the people of those thriving river towns Philip King in his financial letter this week predicts a more active and higher prices The settle ment of the Burlington control has cleared the situation while money is abundant trade balances are in our favor crop prospects are good and business is fine with no sign of over productionThe told me my cough was incurable One Minute Cough Cure made me a well man Norris Silver North Stratford N II Because you have not found relief from a stubborn cough dont despair One Minute Cough Cure has cured thousands and it will cure you Safe and sure F P Frisbie The Supreme Court is said to have reached a conclusion that the Philip pines are not domestic territory but hold to the United States a relation analogous to that of Cuba the United States as yet ruling there as trustee having never declared its intention to retain the Philippines indefinitely The court is said to be again divided The decision cannon be handed down before next October to which time the court has adjourned Dyspeptics cannot be long lived be cause to live requires nourishment Food is not nourishing until it is di gested A disordered stomach cannot digest food it must have assistance Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests all kind of food without aid from the stomach allowing it to rest and regain its nat ural functions Its elements are ex actly the same as the natural digestive fluids and it simply cant help but do you good F P Frisbie LOW RATES To the following meetings Nat Assn Credit Men Cleveland Jund 1213 American Assn Nurserymen Nia gra Fans June 1214 Nat Electric Med Assn Chattan ooga June 1820 Kappa Alpha Convention Va June 2528 Call on ticket agents for further particulars The man who couldnt fill the office better than the man appointed has yet to be born in this great and glori ous republic All the ballots in the world will not give a woman the right to put her foot on the table until the styles change in her dress J I WF r o I one I at Tarentum building F P Frisbie the the le ulate F P Frisbie market Richmond dQYt OOs OOOCPQS 0 J8 Po O- GI N Rh N lSO- OOOOd0000409000Q9P004J4040040 t r JUST A WAY MY CLYDE DUMVISG It is a rainy day Elizabeth and her cousin Joel arc seated on a sofa in a vollfuriiisiicd room before a glowing hearth A long silence when Elizabeth says suddenly Jail do think of something to amuse me I am as blue as indigo Certainly my dear cousin What shall I do Favor you with a skirt dance turn cartwheels pull 20 colors of sills ribbon from my chops or Oli loci Why arc yon so foolish Veally cawnt say know unless thoughtfully Im a Hut what can 1 do And Jack scats himself on the head of the sofa and gazes down rather disconsolately into a pair of moist eyes J5y joe 1 wish Arling ton could see you now Hed have a little foundation for his unreasonable Odes full of liquid eyes and A furtive dab of a handkerchief to the said liquid eyes appealed powerfully to him and he broke J3y the way he says finally have you heard that Eastman leaves for Some follows at the club Jiinlcd that you am the prime benefactor in blessing society with his absence for an indefinite period The handkerchief is unreservedly in use now It cant be that youre snuffling about him savagely A faint sound rather difficult to classify is the only re ply Arc persists relentlessly The handkerchief goes down and Eliz abeth sits bolt upright she says I cant tell you what Im about but Im in trouble Jack and want you to help me Dont see how I can help yon Well by giving me advice and All right Jarkis is williif but if that cad Eastman is in it itll go hard with him and dont you forget it Well Elizabeth begins pulling at the fringe on the sofa suppose just sup pose All right Pre supposed it That a certain young lady had known a certain young gentleman fur a long time in fact all her life and hed been very very kind to her Eastman to a T growls Jack And that he had asked her to marry him and slit had refused So Eastman and I arc in the same boat interpolates the landscape observer Telling him that she had the sincerest regard for him and that she felt like a sister to him you know pursues Eliza beth Yes I know And she really thought so then but afterward when he seemed to be a little afraid to be quite the same dear old friend she felt different and later when she heard that he was going away for a long long time she knew that she cared a great deal more for him than a sister ever could Lucky dog And that she would never be happy without him and Say Elizabeth what do you sec in that frog anyway demands Jack turning squarely around Just leave him alone you neednt be afraid of being an old maid Remember youve got me to fall back on if you dont get another chance Im a whole lot better investment than Dont interrupt me Turn your back and pay attention Thats the way Youll never take a good thing when you sec it lint remember it isnt my fault And Jack readjusts him selfAnd she is just as miserable as she can be It may be that he doesnt care for her any more The heart that has truly loved etc etc quotes Jack softly Yell suppose that he does love her yet she cant tell him shes changed her mind Jack what shall I do flight insert a personal in the Sunday papers Eastman doesnt leave till Mon day Now Jack Im sure you can devise some plan to help me I dont know unless you can arrange to walk into a room where he is some time with your left eye turned up and fan in your right hand pointing downward on a direct line with the toe of your right boot Seems to me that that is part of Telegraph that means I relent Oh Jack how can you now can I Aint I doing my to help back with Eastman and you treat me like that Never mind youll be punished sufficiently when you get him And Jack turns his aggrieved back on her perhaps to hide his real feelings lint Jack pleadingly But what gruffly Cant you suggest something Well know that I am going away myself tomorrow but I might sec tonight and suggest that he had call again Then youll be happy And Ill go to the devil he adds after a short pauseOh that would never do Well Elizabeth its what I call hard lines to have to advise the girl you love het ter than all the world beside on such a mat ter But if you really want to let him loran that you feel differently now you might send a note and tell him that would like to see him once more on some pretext or other Hed surely come Then all dif ficulty would end and youd have the bliss ful privilege of seeing his blooming picture as long as even you would care to he fin fishes moodily How docs that strike youDear old Jack youre a dream Elizabeth bestowing a kiss on his forehead with a heartiness which sets him tingling deliciously Before he could turn however she is gone leaving him nothing else to do but to secure his hat and um brella and walk to the club When Jack calls the next morning to Lid the family it is not the Elizabeth of yesterday that greets him but the old Elizabeth as calm and inscrutable as if she had never sought any cousinly advice or bestowed a cousinly kiss upon the tall young fellow who held her hand so long at part ing Yonder if I dare kiss her he thinks The old Elizabeth had always frowned upon such cousinly demonstrations Believe Ill try it Rather to his surprise she permits the caress which he attributes to his concerning Eastman Well Elizabeth he says Youll write me how it all pans out wont you You shall know all about it laughs Elizabeth A half hour later just as Jack is board ing an outgoing train a bluecoated rites senger boy touches his arm and hands him a square white missive Lucky youth to have been paid in advance This is what Jack reads Dear Jack I should like to see you once more on some pretext or other N di tbrecablc e micreneeephaous sort ofanimal to- E offabruptly Europe soon ou h crying andO our Love leele t ou ou Eastman ou our exclaims suggestion 1 U Air1 better good b good by THE FIRST BORNis naturally a subject of wonder and worriment to young Happy and easy will she be if some friend of marvels of relief to be obtained by the use of Mother Friend and distensions headaches and nerv ousness well asrelieving Writefot illustrated book containing testimonials and valuable information for all Mother free 1 M rC AUa taCa simplelinimentJt mo er as morning sickness tloruatb ezjxeup Bra Hoht t r k y e t 2IwCi9II wI t 4 r- aY s 1 fIt oods Off p x f v and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give I efn 1t you r t s fTw F w tjhi i 1 Iz9rr v A woman would never be successful in running for ollicc she would have to stop too often to see if her hat was straightYou as well expect to run a steam engine without water as to find an active energetic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver is torpid when he docs not relish his food or feels dull and languid after eating often headache and some times dizziness A few doses of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its normal functions renew his vitality improve his digestion and make him feel like man Price 25 cents Samples free at E E Mdloberts drug store lIen sometimes build better than they know But the contractor on a political job always knows better than he builds Mr W S Wlicdon Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset Iowa in a recent letter gives some with a carpenter in his that will be of value to other mechanics He says I had a car penter working for me who was oblig ed to stop work for several days on ac count of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that 1 had been similarly troubled and that Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed that one dose cured he is again at his work For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist No Deceit Abont This You told mc said the infuriated purchaser that that brook on tho farm you sold me never ran dry Guess I did said the real estate manIt has been dry all summer When it was dry it didnt run did it Therefore it could not run dry We never deceive Philadelphia Press Demurrer Entered niece said the doctor has joined an organization they call the the strange I cant think of the name I had it at my tongues end a moment yes I remember it now They call it the Thimble club Then you didnt have it at your tongues end objected the professor You had it at your fingers end Chicago Tribune Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon digestive or It latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults ofimperfect digestion Large size contains 2 5 times small size Prepared by E CD WITT h his anew experience employ himand agoO Kudol isthe Prlce5OC and 11 Book about dyspepslatoaUedtree dt co Cblcago t fly c 4 Begins the growing Anywhere between the plantation in more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there Is a list of each In which the List is found the purchaser has bought a definite of some article to In selected by or her from the List subject only to ttie condition that the sig nature on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY C P h The cheap store in the corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel has brought ill a fine stock of new and second hand CLOTHING FINE SHOES We also have a full line o Islight ly used household FnrniinrA nwl fariMfc m The goods will be sold at the lowest Prices Come and see us when in town STORE Cheapest Place in Town North- East building FURNISIIINO GOODS CINCINNATI I I I t Offers the following attractions Annual Meeting Imperial Council OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo Junc 11 and 12tlr One Fare for the Round Trip PLUS 200 Eprtli Leape MilSAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st 1101 GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCUKSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH Junc Jnly August and September ORB Faro lor llie Rort Trip PLUS 200 For further information call 911 or address E T G MATTHEWS Traveling Pass Agt Louisville C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis I I I KIT g f LOCAL TIME Lancaster JIarWe Works ALL KIXDS OF Monuments Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the McGTJlKE anal depot- S COW PEAS CC 9 9 f 3 eaeC n ABU OJA BEANS are two of the most profitable crops fanners can sow for hay forage grcin and soil improving Other seasonable seeds you may need I are Seed Corn Millets Velvet Leans Sorghum or Can Broom Corn Kaffir Corn Uuckwicst Rape Etc Jv- We carry the Largest and Best s lection of Seeds in the Central West V including Vegetable Flower Seeds motion about all crop and and quote low Wood Stales fi Co LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 10 1 t 111 f 1 b R cot OUR CATALOGUE fun infor will lilt FREE pro on this paper II Send US1 list of the Seeds you t well prices SEEDSl4EM a Jt Z493 TIlE NATIONAL BAtJK lad truss and gins LelSlrited r Qt tittJ YQSrt lrtV L CAPITAL 5000000 t 1 OF SDKPLUS 10 OOOOC j 1 LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President S C DENNY Cashier I F ROBINSON Jr R T EMBRY Asst Cnshr BookJc JHUECTOUS Saml D Cochran Alex li Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W fl Kinnaird IQ S TLY- r urd W i Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster II J5 AK Xorthbnd Mixed 335 ri- Nonhbnd Passgr 252AJ Southbnd 1223 A x t I i Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Haying general Real 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 thelaw office ot R I Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale withus We will advertise it extensively in theCENTRA r RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us LANDRAMI a charge for rte gEstate No 1 House and Lot in McCrearj Ky Fine location for Pot tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame bouse four rooms hallway vanunln ud A summer kitchcu attached good cellar every convenience in the tray of outbuildings bnrn bngsy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry Led and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms No Lot in Lancaster This Pronirty is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of I ill street feet front nUll IJi feet deep or li feet deep if desired a putt of the Dr Hill property Splendid build ing site for a nice residence in i good neigh borhood mid one of the best residence portions of the town in shotta desirable locution in every particular No Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East stile of Hill street adjacent to item Xoi 70 fret front on Hill street i feet deep or li feet deep if so desired a part of flue Dr place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid lie Fork of Sugar Creek 1 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much the land has been in grass but Is now under cultivation JO acres of good tobacca or land tLc rest is rich and productive ever failing water and fencing in good repair Land las been well treated li story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre garden plat No 5 Farm of8 j Acres on the Sugar Creel Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which Lore been sown iu oats and i acres of tine tobacco or hemp laud line wheat and corn remainder in grass Stosk water in abundance Sullicient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just trait ing whole place under good feuce cottage residence barn ice bones and all nec essary splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it No 14 000 Acres ot Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski County Ky About 2i miles South of Somerset and near to and Boa of Flat River on the Cincinnat Southern Uailroad This lund is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak poplar Walnut and Cedarupon 15 Yacant Lot on South Side Water street between Lex ington and Paulding In Lancaster 75 feet front ou Water street QCO feet in depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price 2 0 01 O I Hill excellent hoop room out uiliUngs easy scant fort t grad it- o Notice to Hear Proof on Claims MaryC Cox Plff Garrard Circuit Court Jno lligginbotham Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar card Circuit Court mode at its March term 1Jol in the shove case the undersigned Muster Commissioner will hold in his office in Lancaster Garrard Ky beginning with this date and sit from day to day until the 10th day of June 1101 to hear proof on claims decedents estate All persons having claims will present them prop erly verified noel proven the preserll ed limit or then become Lamed Given under my hand day of April 1901 111 S t Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court nlnst thIs 9th JSO W rs led county u e IILL1 Rats No Farm oFliO Acres in Ilockr castle County in the Jlotiom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Uockcastle line All bottom land level and productive uever failing stock vater I1 story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st 1JOl Price within the reach of men moderate means No House gild Ky in Otter Addition on East 3Iain Street 100 feet trout 17 feet de p Xiee resident s ore building all around this property in this location is always salable No 10 House null Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known ns the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is Us feet trout ou Danville Avenue tad 195 feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular has Iti rooms hallway kitchen awl front veraudu tooth inside and outside stairways rooms luc and house we 1 ventilated noose lots baeii lately remodeled and extensively Im proved and place generally repaired Lovely sitHHtion Wire convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of lOS Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the liirksville Pike balance nudes cultivation watered by nevtir fairing springs Place is in good repair Houso 1 J stories containing r rooms porch and lat ticcd porches good cistern good boxed bout and good outbuilding Very tine large out well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A farm of moderate sizo No 12 Farm of Si Acres Two liles from Lancaster near the Jinckejo Pike Ct acres iugras balance under cultivation good strong land in good repair and watered by never failing springs Two story frame house G rooms and necessary outbuildings One of the largest and best barns in the Buildings tire comparatively uew 2 good orchards A very desirable farm near town and in good locality No 13 House antI Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 room upper ami lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair stud location Will trade for house ami lot in No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda hand somely finished inside and conveniently con structed lure bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and Ill other convenient outbuildings Lot pOO feet front M7 feet in depth nice stable Sot and large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itselfj H I of H Lot in DanTille splendid lOb line country health Lan 1It1 I property f nor further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson LawOllice over store Louis Lindram Central Record oilice R Storm os Lexington Chahuqual Low RatesVIA Queen Crescent Route From all points Junction City and Willmstown Ask full W C KIXEAUSOX G P A particulars 1 RIDER AGENTS WANTED one in each town to ride and exhibit a samnle IQOI bicycle of our manufacture YOU CAN MAKE 10 TO 550 A WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yourself iam uaa i High Grade Guaranteed AO 89 Yodels taken trade by our Chicago retail stores mnnv us new Second Hand in ood nn css 7f 3 1 8 We ship any APPROVAL to anyone a 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