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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i TWELFTH YEAlt LOUIS Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LANCASTER KY AFTERNOON JUNE 13 1901 ONE DOLLAR A A t ttlOt NUMBER 1 YEAR t 1 10- i DRAMLAN urm Ice Cream Freezer Ice Boxes in all Sizes RefrigeratorsCall Oil Stoves and Ranges Do your own cooking for 22C per week I 5 I1IIU1I J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors 1 5 KEEPCDOL Id White IIonntain i I i i r ith1 1 r Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Sull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward e THE HOME NEWS I II A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys Take a Sunday meal at the New Garrard They are delicious The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and see sam pIes Avoid delay and trouble during vest by buying a valuable Decring machine Sold by Gaines Bros Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey A few secondhand chenille portiere or table covets Apply at THE UKC DIm otlice tf A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for Planing Mill Also a lot of chicken feed r o4t Dont fail to get prices on Surrey Buggy Phaeton Harness and Saddle ry at Conns cheaper than the Climb In My bus meets all trains and is free to everybody not only drummers hut FREE to anyone going to or coming from the trains Jesse D Arnold 75 ablebodied men to work on the Danville sewers Wages 100 to 125 per day Steady work for the next 4 or fi months A L Patterson Co Danville Ky We furnish wall paper ready trim mcd to put on the wall We can please you in both style and price Dont forget we have the largest stock in Central Kentucky J A Beazley Co 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 New Name Liberty Bell is the name of the Hour we are now making to sell at per sack Like all of Yards 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 tt I I har- I saleat Leav cheapest iOc Ww v ywv Wanted tYttuttd We have a few Silk Waists left we will close out at half price 5 Waist For 250 4 Waist For 200 50c Mercerized Fabrics 25c per yard Special Low Prices on Foulard Silk We are showing a handsome line of 4 Lawns Dimities Swisses B i B I j HALF PRICE I i 1 r I and i THE COYt Extra nice country hams 9 to IGlbs each at Ward Sympson Organdies Lawns and Dimities at Ward Sympson Ladies woollinished at Joseph s Ward Sympson will not bother you by sending a boy to take or ders Sec Gaines Bros buying a new binder mower rake knifegrind cr or seed buncher When you want anything in our line just ring up 100 and it will be promptly Ward Sympson The removal of the old band stand from the Park is a great improve Coal I have plenty of coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper Come boys aud eat you want Just think we sell you Afresh ginger snaps and crakcrs at low price of Jets Blue Crags Grocery Co Ward Sympson have just received a new lot of Peters Shoe Cos Shoes All the very latest and uptodate A look will convince you To Correspondents As the paper will be put to press a day or so earlier next week we will be obliged if you will mail your favors s we will get them Monday morning if possihle and certainly not later than Tuesday morning We will be very much obliged if you will do this Examination for county certificates for white teachers will be held Friday and Saturday June 21st and 22nd Examination for colored teachers will be held Friday and Saturday June 23lh and 29th Examinations will be held at the court house A Nino J a y Uoiitli The order of Buffaloes is now a back number says an exchange and the Camels is the order that now occupies the front of the stage The main thing to accpmplish in the latter order is to go nine days without drinking and it makes many applicants get a hump on themselves to do it But it is a matter of regret that too many men drink nine days without stopping Were Fixed Now Having secured more assistance the office EKCOHD is better pared to give its patrons job work of the best quality and on the shortest possible notice With new job type line presses and printers who know their business competitor to give you better work or lower prices Put this in your pipe and smoke Itcpublican Meeting The Republican County Committee is hereby called to meet at the law ollice of Lewis L Walker at Lancas ter Ivy on Tuesday June 18th 1901 oclock p m for the purpose of determining the time manner and place for nominating candidates county offices All candidates are urged and expected to be present D R Collier Chm Large Audiences Much Interest Interest in the meetings at the Christian church is much greater this week than last and the house is crowded to the doors at each service The sermons by Rev Mr Moore are well received and are having effect upon his hearers The music is quite a feature some of the songs being illustrated by pictures thrown upon a canvass There have been several to the church The meeting will continue next week There are no day services this week but they will be resumed Monday Ward After an illness of many months Miss Lela Ward youngest daughter of deputy sheriff William Ward died at the family residence in this city Thursday afternoon Although she was not confined to her bed during the entire time yet she had been a constant sufferer for a year or more and several times it was believed death was at hand The patience shown by the little sufferer was some thing remarkable She was a true Christian girl and her faith in her Master was exhibited by the humble submission with which she bore the illness she knew would prove fatal within a short time She was pos sessed of a gentle kind disposition which made her a favorite with all whoknewher She leaves her father and one sister who have much sym pathy in their bereavement Funeral services were conducted Friday and her remains laid to rest in the Lan caster Cemetery challis your delivered men t j wedefyany fort additions see tbe C w V vv v before Good ii 5t class all th Ixttutnatlout Tit atone inc in Of of its at Ilcberlings greenhouse Is indeed a thing of beauty Handsome stock of heavy twilled crash at Josephs If you want the best Coffee on the Let us show you our line Shirts and Underwear Ward Sympson For the Farmers The Continental Fire Insurance Co will write you for one per cent may 23tf We sell tine table syrup at 20cts per gallon and old rio 10cts The Blue Grass Grocery Co Our boys are in excellent condition for the game Friday are determined to defeat the llarrodsburg boys Travel on the night trains is very large at present the coaches being well filled each run Two bus loads of colored people came in from Camp Nelson and other Lower Garrard points Sunday to an Odd Fellows celebration Must Go A complete line of Bug gies road Wigohs c must go You need our vehicles we want your mon ey House Prof E W Newton Todd of Paint Lick lots been appointed first assist ant teacher at the GradeclSchool Prof Tood was horn and reared in this county and just graduated at College with the degree of AM He is a worthy young man and filed excellent It ovs What it Take Mr Willis the energetic proprietor of Crnb Orchard Springs certainly knows what it takes to let the people know he is in business He gave Tin EKCOIID the third order for announce mcnt cards last week which makes in all several thousand copies he has sent out Card of TliaiiUs We take this method of thanking the dear good people of Lancaster and vicinity for their kindness and sym pathy in our bereavement WhaVii satisfaction and how consoling it isto know that we live in the midst of such good Christian people is store a blessing for each and one of them May Gods richest bless ing ever be with you all is the prayer W Ward and family Odd Fellows Decorate About twenty members of the local lodge of Odd Fellows went Tuesday to participate in the of graves by the lodge in that city At night the lodge initiated a number candidates the work being the best overseen in this section of the state The Stanford lodge is one of the most flourishing in the South and is of a body of excellent men Two Years Old The Lincoln Democrat has passed second mile stone and we congrat elate our hustling neighbor upon the successful career it has enjoyed The paper is right up among the top notchers and with Joe Waters and Al Warren at the helm a brilliant is in store for it Heres looking you boys Train Service to Cincinnati The Blue Grass Vestibule the fast on the Queen Crescent Route which heretofore has run daily except Sunday will beginning June 2nd be operated daily Sunday included No change in time will be made in either direction except that it will arrive in Cincinnati at 1Q15 a m instead 1020 Nortnbound This magnificent Yes tibuled train carries elegant free cars and is run on fast schedules Base Ball As announced in last issue have been made for a game of base ball between the llarrodsburg and Lancaster teams It was to have been played last Saturday but was postponed until tomorrow Friday The game will be called at 3 oclock Both teams have been considerably strengthened and a warm number may be looked for These teams a game here during the tourna ment when the score was 2 to 1 They now play for the championship of the High Schools of Kentucky Admis sion 25 cents ladies and children loc Have Removed The city officials should buckle on their fighting clothes and make the owners of old boxes wagons etc re move the obstacles from the pave ments and Public Square Frequently onethird of the Square is taken up by wagons and machinery while the are covered by boxes and goods which merchants should display in their houses If the Square and a are to be used as a display counter for merchants another thor oughfare pedestrians should be provided We suppose this law is not enforced for fear someones feelings be hurt If that someone a would obey the law against obstruct ing a public highway there would be no occasion to wound feelings y I market go to Currey attend istallt Georgetown r to Stanford decoration composed future parlor arrangements played Theta sidewalks sidewalks k T C cof eat 1 Comm usGarrtagc Firs Teacher There eve for might do all on is at is in m in ed All kind of machinery repaired at Conns Handsome line of at Josepliv Capital wagon the best vagon made Sold by Gaines Bros We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler 2t Scrivens Drawers at GOc Ward Sympson Heberlings greenhouse is the pret tiest place In town The Capital the best farm wagon made sold and warranted by Gaines Pros See our beautiful lines of madras pique and corded madras J Joseph Japalac males old furniture like new and best finish for floors at Thompsons 2t Our ladies hosiery is the prettiest ever seen in Lancaster Come look at the stock and we know youll be sat isJied J Joseph Now is the time to have youAcis tern cleansed and T J Hatcher can a perfect job without taking out the water Give him a call tf iiicat Wanted II A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand bushels of wheat and will pay the highest market price for tf Nov Is lire Time We are thoroughly equipped for cleaning tombstones and monuments and have been doing much of this work in and around Lancaster use no chemicals and clean the marble that it looks like new Call on us near the dept S McGuire Nicely Dr J L Mclvce is meeting with great success in securingsubscriptions toward building a parsonage for the Presbyterian church As previously stated the church has purchased a lot Water street a beautiful site and the congregation is exceedingly to build a house which will be an ornament to the town Kijjoyable Afltir The W C T U held an open ses sion at their rooms over the National Lank Saturday which was largely at tended and greatly enjoyed The Lancaster Union is in a flourishing condition and the noble ladies have done much good work for the cause of temperance in the town Iiiie luiialc The music at the Christian church said b all to be the best ever heard a meeting in this It is under the personal charge of Prof J Walter Wilson of Indianapolis Prof Wilson an educated musician and thor oughl understands his business For some years he was with Charles Reign Scoville the most noted evangelist in the Christian church At each ser vice his solos are illustrated by pict ures thrown on a canvass Lancaster Boys Beaten A team of Lancaster boys went to Stanford Saturday and were defeated a ball game by the nine of that city The reason of the defeat is the fact that the Lancaster lads had here to fore played on level ground and were unable to climb the steep knobs on which the game was played The boys say the ground over there is so hilly they were unable to see all the dia Ellis Homo in Danville The Danville Elks have bought the property on main street in that city formerly occupied by Collector Yer kes and will furnish the entire build in elaborate style Club rooms will be fitted up reading bath and billiard rooms equipped and theHome made second to none in the state Sam Jones may sling his slang at the Elks but they are the people and no mistake The lodge is composed the very best business men in Dan vine and one must have a giltedge character to cross its threshold Where All Pull Together The Lancaster businessmen having shown interest m the meeting in prog ress at the Christian church we pub lisp the following clipping which goes to show what can be accomplish when all work together for the of religious matters Hiawatha Kansas is a city of about 5000 inhabitants where one of the greatest revivals in the history of the State was held last winter and it is reported that onehalf of the tants joined the churches Before that time the city was conducted like any other city of the size but since then not a drop of liquor of any kind has been sold in the city not a dance card party has been held since the meeting and two shows have been frozen out and a magician forbidden as forbidden the use of the opera house Every day at noon the inhabitants gather in the public square and hold noon prayer meeting From all the people are not suffering on account of their religious work c t is mercerized fou- lards Thompson cloth same so anxious once ofer advancement nor reports purse t t Z Progressing tit at inks tit rein is As go her ing up the He wl See the pretty dimities at Josephs Sheer Corded Dimities in greatlm fusion at Josephs Clean up your premises we are going to have company next week We are making a bin drive in this week Come and see them Jjoseph Currey sells good ch cap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply A IJ Marksbury and Son The Harrndslmrg nine are the champions of Kentucky Dont fail to see the game Friday evening Nearly all the stores close at T50 in order that clerks arid propretors may attend the meeting at the Christian church Farmer attention please The Blue- Grass Grocery will lead in prices on binder twine and the best oil for all kinds of machinery Call for prices Notwithstanding the high price of hugs now we will sell you pure loaf lard at the low price of Sets Bine Grass Grocery Co I am agent for the Steam Laundry Good work and prompt delivery Headquarters at Logan Dry Goods Co Willie Fox Logan All trustees who were elected in October IiOO and have not been sworn will please take the oath of office at once either before County Supt or J Justice of peace or any person to administer oaths Weeds by the Wall is the title of the latest book of poetry from the facile pert of our home poet Madison Cawein says the Louisville Critic We dont know but the supposition Cawein has recently made a visit to Lancaster and noticed the crop of weeds on the streets and side walks Dr G Goldstein arrived on timeand is located at the Garrard Hotel where he will be pleased to consult anyone about their eyes The Dr has been coming here for the past twenty years and his work has proven satisfactory Saturday is his last day here so call early and have your eyes fitted with a pair of glasses that will do you good and preserve your eyes Guards Replaced The Boyle county officials have guards at the toll gate on the pike between this city and Danville stated last issue thisgate has been twice blown up with dynamite and once burned Time guards were taken away by order of the court and the same night the gate was blown to kingdom come or wherevergujd gates Lancaster Will Be In It Each town to be visited by the Louisville delegation is working with might and main to make a and entertain the Louisville boys a little better than the town last visited Well old Lancaster generally holds own in matters of this or any other kind and if our welcome isnt as rous as any they will get it will surprise TlIERECOUD Fiittiu on Style Capt Franklin J White of KECOID office is as proud as a hen with one chicken The editor pre sented him with a neat revolving highback stool this week which ena tiles him to stay at the case with andand the veteran typo is now so stuck he barely notices his associates in office Although Capt White has been setting type for 72 years he nev sat on a stool until a few years ago When I see a printer flop Ped flat on his pants I know at once that hes a slow coach A Good Word The Financial Review a journal of finance insurance and commerce published at 132 Church street New York has the following to say in its last issue in regard to a Lancaster man The reorganization of the Commer cial Club in Lancaster Ky which to be an excellent thing for mercantile interests in that growing town has been rendered more cant of the character of the men who have been chosen officers sir H T Logan the president is a gentleman standing in the business world high will doubtless prove an able and energetic aid in placing the club status for he understands exactly west is needed to advance the inter ests the business public Mr Lo gans own career serves as a fair index to what he can do in the future and his has been one of successes it is safe to that his work for the or ganization will be as useful as those him This club now enlists the support of those who influential the town and are active and persistent in their ef forts to do all can for Lancaster Mr Logan is illustrative of this class y a of it h parasols good to II prevailin june 132t authorize replaced big showing THEm says who expect arein t us icholasvi pre minen mises sign ose chose ally v lie iii to of are do the IJIFOUTANT MEETING A meeting of the Commercial Club will be held at the City Court Thursday evening at 730 oclock which should be attended by every business man in the town and county If you will attend one of these and learn their object you will if you have any county pride whatever be awakened to the importance join ing in the procession and working for what the Club is striving to accom plish We have the best county in the state and theres no denying the fact but our resources will never be brought out and used to the best advantage until all publicspirited citizens organ ize and make a pull altogether for the improvements and facilities we need Come to the meeting tonight and show by your presence at least that you are are willing to put your shoulder the wheel and work for the good your town and county All those indebted to Lancaster Graded School for tuition please call on E W Harris and settle at once T Currej Prest- J B Kinnaird Secy jl3tf The Elks lodge of Richmond will give a swell reception some time this month As the Elks do everything on an elaborate scale its a safe bet this entertainment will eclipse anything ever given in Richmond When you see weeds growing before a houseput it down that that man has moss on his back three inches thick A dirty sidewalk is also an indication that he has pennyroyal in his pocket and liens in his barn W II Harris whose minstrel show gave a pleasing performance at the court house last winter has decided to give another show with an entire change of program on the night of the 28th at the slime place Stenography and Typewriting Miss Lcnna Hobos who recently graduated in shorthand and type at Midway College has an office at the Telephone Exchange where is prepared to do work of this kind with neatness and dispatch Charges reasonable and satisfaction guar anteed If you have typewriting to take it to her tf Col Walton Buys a Paper After a careful survey of the field and the earnestsolicitation of the llarrodsburg people Col W P Walton has decided to locate in that city and has bought the llarrodsburg Democrat This is one of the best country offices in the state as well as being located in a splendid field With man like Cob Walton at its head paper is certain to make a great success There is no better nor a more clever citizen than Cut Walton The people of Harrods burg are to be congratulated upon securing him editor He will assume control July 1st About the Trains The committee that went to Louis vine last week to work on the better train service met with fair success that is they received some encourage ment from the railroad people As previously stated the only objection the officials found to the change was the fact that it put some twentyfive miles on the trains While our plan saved the company one train and crew yet this increase in mileage so they said would offset this additional expense The Lancaster committee then went over the schedules again found where another passenger could be saved on the K C di vision and at the same time give throughcar service from Maysville through Paris Lexington and to Louisville something the does not now furnish and stated the case to the officials last week The master of transportation said This puts a decidedly more favorable light on the matter and the were equally as well pleased with it The entire proposition was rehashed and many minor details discussed If they decide to put on this change which we believe they will it will some time to make out the as it effects the running time every train on the K C division and several on the K D There is no doubt but that the railroad people are favorably impressed with the plan but the only drawback is the fact that will completely change their old timeworn plan on which they have been running their trains for the past eighteen years As Mr Stone the new passenger agent and Mr Phelps master of transportation are men of uptodate ideas we believe they will see where it is necessary to get out of the old rut and run their trains on 1901 ideas TilE RECORD will say that Messrs Farra and Landram have put many hours hard study over the matter and if it fails to come to a successful end it will be no fault of theirs Notice writing she asa citizen and an company require thi rooms meets newspaper newspaperman Frankfort otherotticials timetables WE SELL Ready Mixed Paint and Guarantee It Money refunded or house if purchaser is not satisfied R E McROBERTS Druggist I repainted I r CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky June 13 JUABKSBDRY Henry Parks sold two calves to R Fox for S25 C A Robinson purchased a bunch of lambs from A D Hughes averaging 70 Ibs at 5ic Others have sold at same price On account of Mrs James Speaks health Mr Spanks has rented to Asa Daly Mr Speaks and family will move to Louisville where he has a position The marriage of Mr Willie Clyde Hughes to Miss Sallie T A Id ridge was solemnized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs George Aldridge Wednesday June 5th The ceremony was said by Rev B A Copass in his usual and impressive manner We extend congratulations Mr James Aldridge of is spending a few days with relatives here Miss Alice Long an attract ive young lady of Tennessee is the guest of her cousin Mrs Jno Woods 0 S Williams and wife of Bur gin spent Friday night with II D Al Bridge and family Miss Jennie spent last week with relatives at Sallie Tillett of easier was the guest of Mrs H D Al dridge Saturday and Sunday Katie Brogle and Mattie Coulter are spending a few days with Mrs Anderson J A Yea ger of Danville was mingling with friends here Sunday BRYANTSVILLE Rev Robinson will fill his regular appointment at the Methodist church the third Sunday The ladies of Pleasant G rove church will give a Strawberry Supper next Friday night at the school house near the church June 14th Admission 25c beginning at 5 oclock Rev Robinson will fill his regular appointment here Sunday morninir and night and will hold special servi ces for the children at three oclock fn the afternoon Everybody invited Bryant the bright little three old son of A J Christopher and wife died all that loving hands could do could not save him He had been ill for sometime but bore his suffering with patience only a few weeks ago his aunt Kate Ison met the same death How sweet it is to know that his little spirit has gone to dwell among the angels and to wait for his loved ones he has left behind Weep not dear parents the Lord do eth all things well for he said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven Mrs Walker and Mrs Rigney and her two children Walker and Fran ces are the guests of Mr James Burn sides and wife Thompson and R L Jennings were the guests of rela tives here Sunday Miss L Ham and Mrs Jene Carter were the guests of Mrs Florence Dunn Nathan Elliott is the guest of his brother Dr Eiliott Mrs Becker visited her mother Mrs Boner Sunday Jack Dunn who has Tseen quite sick is some better at this wri tiug Misses Claude and Nannie Arnold visited relatives at McCreary last week Taylor Burdett and wife visited their parents last Monday near Danville Miss Gertrude Black is the guest of the Misses LeaVell The bilious tired nerveous man can not successfully compete with his hea lthy rival Little Early Ris ers thefamous pill for constipation will remove the cause of your troubles Court costs are fully understood by the man who has been the in a breach of promise Eczema saltrheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are quickly cured by Witch Ha zel Salve The certain pile cure F P Frisbie No wonder love grows cold consid ering the amount of clothes the pic tures of cupid show he doesnt wear A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time I suffered from a se were sprain of the ankle Geo E Cary editor of the Guide Washing ton Va After using several well recommended medicines without suc cess I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that relief came ry as soon as I began its use and a com plete cure speedily followed Sold by McRoberts Druggist F ear I 19o1 accepted Pollard Bettis MIss- es of IIiclnuan L C Maryand Sunday C C DeWitts F P Frisbie suitS DeWitts RE Hiattsv Miss M J says file Lan at his el it ed la tis ed T Dr zle nUBBLE Rev A R Moore will fill the pulpit the Christian church at 230 afternoon school one hour earlier John Underwood is assisting H C Taylor in building the addition to L B Underwoods home Despite the stormy weather the prayer meeting at the Christian church still holds its Sunday night session which is well attended by a large number of young people Miss Emma Smith who has living with her sister Mrs Carson the past two years has gone back to Wayne county Miss Lucy M Givens who has been attend ing school at Crawfordsville Indiana has returned home where she will with her parents and numerous friends during vacation Mrs Underwood spent Monday visiting with Mrs W H Underwood B F Underwood Our Benny spent a pleasant visit a few nights ago with cousin John Underwood Ben was in search of a rille to kill the nu merous sparrows that so shamefully annoy the Colonel We know Ben can bring em down and will be blessed with a modern Nim rod Miss Lucelle of eldest daughter of Mack Eubanks and wife was visiting her grandma Mrs Sarah Eubanks last week Mrs J D Ciller and her mother Mrs L B Un derwood both are sick at this writing Miss Myrtle Miller spent the af ternoon on Monday with Miss Jewel Spoonamore at Hubble the two girls a fine time eating strawberries Wesley family spent Wednesday at the home of L B Underwood W II Rigney and wife are visiting Mr Boulder at Preachers ville Mrs Miller and children of Bettis visited Mrs J D Miller Sun day TEATEKSVILLE The farmers have completed setting tobacco Mr J Bogie lost a valuable sow a few days ago Corn looks well and a fair prospect for bountiful crops and abundance of fruit It was an error stating GunnsChap meeting would begin on the 11th is the 15th of July instead Mrs Thomps Hill gave an elegant dinner on Monday last in honor of her aunt Mrs Mary Teater Alex Walker purchased of Wesley Walker fifteen head of cattle at 3c also from George Sebastian 15 hoad for 4 cents Several of the young people attend the masquerade given in honor of Pro Secrests pupils at Jim Coys on Tuesday evening also the commence menfc exercises of Kirksville Insti tote Miss Sallie Ross of Lancaster has been the guest of her friend Miss Le Ray Misses Edna Scott Maggie Montgomery from Mt Hebron sec tion Miss Lena Rogers and Messrs Henry Montgomery and Willie Grow were entertained at Frank Pierce on Sunday last Miss Ollie Hackley was the guest of friends here a few days Rev A J Pike was with Cur Pierce during his last appointment PAINT LICK Mr C B Engleman is very sick Dr Peyton of Stanford attending physi cian Mr and Mrs R L Jennings visited Lancaster Sunday Mr G T Higgin Ibotham and wife of Marcellus visit relatives here the past week Mrs H M Powell and pretty little daughters of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs George Ballard Friday Misses Alice and Ethel Dunn vis lied friends here Saturday Mrs Dr Mays visited the Misses King in Bryantsville last week Master of Lancaster the week with his parents Ramsey and daughter Miss May mie visited relatives in Danville Miss Eunice Kavanaugh has returned from a visit to relatives Misses Ilallie and Fannie Royston and Annie Burke visited Danville last week Miss Elizabeth Doty is quite sick Miss Bettie Doores is visiting Mrs John Doty Miss Bess Ballard has return ed home after a very pleasant visit to iy Miss Amanda Anderson of Lancaster Mr James Burrows is spending this week in Falmouth Mr Ollie Terrill Jr has returned from a trip South Jim Brown is visiting In orLexington E E Sauce is in Dan ville this week A surgical operation is not necessa to cure piles DeWitts Witch Ha Salve saves all that expense never fails Beware of counterfeits P Frisbie yule Sunday nextSunday remain Had Sutton and last from West spending Lancaster andat 4 o P Got er for fledge licdre rose B I aylor turday ws b C villa a gro ing of til in co of he R News Aaron Ewing a Missouri man died of rabies in the Klondike Oil was struck on the farm of John Gentry in Hopkins county John Pool was killed by a dynamite charge in a well near Guthrie Mrs Mary Ardley Townsend the Southern poetess died at Galveston All the volunteers who have been serving in the Philippines have left for home The coal production of Kentucky is 5020675 tons as compared with 4505 439 last year John E Ryan a Rough Rider who was wounded at San Juan committed suicide at Magdalena N M ProfW L Yerkes of Paris broth er of John W Yerkes was appointed United States Bank Examiner Friday nights storm ruined wheat crop of 400 farms west and northwest of Blackwell Kansas A little son of Dr E F Weeks was seriously shocked by lightning in Old ham county A negro boy was killed The slopdrying house of the Ken tucky Distillery and Warehouse at Tyrone was destroyed Sheriff Merrill of Carrollton Ga resisted a mob bent on lynching a ne ravisher and shot two men The negro wasnt lynched Tne united States Is surpassed only by Great Britain in the Jap anese imports of machinery and other engines R II Louisville was to seven months in the work house at Knoxville Tenn for forg a request railroad passes An order has been issued by the War Department for the organization live new field batteries and three new companies of coast artillery An amendment is proposed to the Alabama Constitution making the Governor ineligible for any ofllce un one year after he leaves life chair The Thirtyfirst volunteer infantry composed largely of Kentuckians has reached San Francisco after nearly two years service in the Philippines The census office has issued a bulle tin which shows that the combined population of incorporated towns and cities in the United States constitutes 47 per cent of the population of the country Sarah Bernhardt has agreed to play Romeo to Maud Adams Juliet for one hundred nights in America Charles Frohman has just made the in London Bernhardt will speak her lines in English It persistently rumored in that a general surrender of the Boers will soon take place The Brit ish are making successful night on Bothas forces whieh are be ing confined to a small area It has been decided that the of War shall have supreme con trol of the proposed civil government the Phillipines but it has not been decided whether the General the army or the Civil Cover nor shall be supreme in the Philip law Philip King in his weekly financial raises the question whether the record of high prices were reached early in May prospects- are not quite so favorable to unseasonable weather and he believes the financial powers may defer further commitments until the uncertainty has been removed 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 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 Mr W S Whedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset Iowa in a recent letter gives some ex perience with a carpenter in his em ploy that will be of value to other mechanics He says I had a car penter working for me who was to stop work for several days on of being troubled withdiarrhoea mentioned to him that I had been similarly troubled and that Chamber loins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed that one dose cured is again at his work For sale by E McRoberts Druggist No matter how loose the ring may be the diamond never slips around on the inside of a girls finger A Gentle Hint In our style of climate with its sud den changes of wind and sunshine often intermingled in a single day it is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds half the deaths resulting from this cause A bottle of Bos chees German Syrup kept about your serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of three four doses For curing Hemorrhages Coughs Croup or any other disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle free Stormes Drug Store Regular size 75cts Get Greens Prize Almanac lul18 not J Company entire matter of locomotives sentenced for arrangements is Durban attacks Secretary commanding ben F P Frisbie obliged account engagement tempturerain home for immediate use will prevent Consumption Pneumonia Severe tGCNS aoooaoa R Thomas of ter owl hin ng and irectr fjfs by a 50 000 to oc be a to co of an is His Eminence the winner of the Kentucky Derby in 1901has been sold his owner Mr Frank B VanMeter A York man was the purchaser and the price paid is said to be 18 000 A naturalist says that every time farmer shoots a hawk he throws a bill into the fire for though the bird takes an occasional chicken it destroys at least a thousand rats mice and moles every year Clem Beachey formerly of ana has been offered a salary of a year for a period of three years to Germany and train stable of trotters but he declined because he the prospect in this country is Come and see me if you good on the shares want them on two years will take or mules in exchange I have 400 2 to 5 jears old Southdown and mountain suit you if you want Come with J I Hamilton It is estimated that the Kansas wheat this year will amount to 100 00 000 bushels This is many million bushels more than last years crop which was the largest in the his tory of the State The State Employ ment Bureau estimates that 15000 men from Other States will be needed to help harvest the crop Since the first of January have been something over 1200 regis tered Herefords sold at auction in the United States It seems hardly pnssi ble that enough buyers could lend time to attend these saps find take this number of cattle a I fir prices but they seem to have done so with out much trouble The total receipts from the sales amount to tout 200 000 or an average price of approxi mately 240 for each animal sold The North Carolina experiment sta tion has discovered that the flavor of eggs is determined by the feed After giving the hens chopped onions for two weeks the eggs become so disc greeable in flavor that they could not used Wheat shorts cottonseed meal and skimmed milk increase the number of eggs laid but the eggs had disagreeable flavor Cracked corn and corn dough resulted in fewer but larger ones and of better flavor The following ten facts should be borne in mind by tobacco growers That tobacco must have good size to command good prices That poor land or poor cultivation makes short tobacco That lugs and all of defective leaves sell low That it re quires good land and good cultivation get good size That it requires good leaves and proper firing and handling to make fine finished tobac That a common crop raised and handled in a haphazard way never pays for raising That a small crop good to fine well finished pays much better than a large crop of com non That a large majority of coun tries using our tobacco want dark That good sound leaves nicely cured and of size always pay the planter a profit Sayings B F Sanders Bro shipped a lot of lambs to Louisville Saturday but the market being so poor they sent them on to Jersey City They say the lamb market is just as good in Harrodsbuig as it is in the Falls City The Continental Tobacco Company has closed its house here for the summer Mr Stewart the manager tells us that he received pounds of the weedfor which Paid on an average 6ic which makes abont 115000 distributed from this point Farmers say that this has been the poorest year for the sale of Iambs in several seasons The lambs were not good because of the drouth last year and the consequent grazing and clover crop failure Besides itis said dogs killed 5000 worth of sheep and lambs in Boyle and Mercer counties You may as well expect to run a steam engine without water as to find active energetic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver torpid when he does not relish his food or feels dull and languid after eating often his headache and dizziness A few doses of Stomach and Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its normal functions renew his vitality improve his digestion and make him feel like a new man Price 25 cents Samples free at R E McRoberts drug store A man isnt always happy when a girl returns his when she returns it because she has no use for it A rood warn Medicine It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it any i have sold Chamber lains Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says Druggist Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I colds and for the cough following la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by R McRoberts Druggist It better to make a great many happy by being engaged to tham make one miserable by marry Whim I t t i1ih New go bethink time with goodpaperor horses I can your byon crop s colors good 1800000 he poor sometimes Chamberlains I loveespecially in their own families In to other have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colas and I is aD- men t 7 1 9 ewe tc L a Cyn wants ep trading clot t kind S preferen A tiff hen here ce WEALTH IN FORESTS Philippines Have 40000 Acres of Valuable Timber Larger In Extent and of Greater Value Thau the Forests of India The Filipinos Make Poor AVooiimeu In a report to the agricultural Capt Ahern of the army calls attention to the obstacles in the way of immediate success of lumber ing in the Philippines Forest roads and driveways are almost unknown and present methods of lumbering are slow and expensive The native are not skilled workmen and receiving1 extremely low wages their work is found to be by means cheap when the cost of fell and hauling timber to a shipping point is considered Capt Aheru estimates the forest lauds of the at 40000 acres which is larger in extent and greater in value than the forests of India There are 385 species of timber pro ducing trees and about 50 more spe ties as yet unclassified Included in the list are many hardwoods capable of taking a beautiful polish woods that resist climatic influences and the as railroad ties There are many varieties of trees producing valuable gums oils drugs Rubber and gutta percha abundant in Mindanao while at 17 dye woods are found in the pelago Cocoanut palms grow with out care or cultivation throughout the islands There are also many varieties of palms bamboo canes and rattan which are of commercial value and will afford profitable employment to native labor AN AIR TORPEDO Invention of a Svredlsh Army Officer Being Developed Under Govern seat Subsidy A Swedish army officer has an air torpedo of a construction here tofore unknown and received a gov ernment subsidy for exploiting it ac cording to a communication to the state department from Consul Guenther at Frankfort Ger many According to the patent speci fications the motion of the projectile is caused exclusively by a force which is developed in the torpedo little by little from ignition of a gas generated from slowly burning material The pressure of the gas gradually becom the arrangement which allows the gas to escape Once in motion the tor pedo increases its speed in ante with the amount of gas pressure The charge may consist of any provided the same is ignited only by shocks or blows The initial velocity need be but slight as the tor pedo is impelled by its own force Thus the discharge from the torpedo gun constructed for the purpose sions no report or recoil and but little pressure making the handling of the device perfectly safe At the trials made so far the torpedoes are to have traversed a distance of 16000 feet A BLOW AT LABOR Decision by Courts of Germany Deny tag the Right of Workmen to Aid Strlkera by Certain Methods An interesting decision rendered by the supreme court of Germany the right of workmen to aid strikers has been reported to the state department by Consul General Guenther at Frankfort The molders of an iron foundry were ordered to finish some models which had come from a foundry where a strike was on The 20 molders refused and quit work They were discharged without the usual notice and their brought suit damages The court rendered judgment in his favor for 2043 marks holding the defendants jointly and separately liable The was confirmed upon appeal to the supreme court which held that the defendants had been guilty of breach of contract It was held further that the law cannot expect the employer to yield to the unlawful refusal of his employes and that the defendants acted in premeditated concert with a A THIRTEEN CLUB Schoolgirls of Newark OrgaaJze to Disprove the Power of Pope Jar Superstition Thirteen pretty little misses of Newark four of whom were in the same graduating class in school have organized a thirteen will meet on the thirteenth of each month have monthly dues of 13 cents and give an occasional 13cent dinner or as the girls say luncheon The new organization of which Miss Nelly Terhune is the president will tempt fate in every way imaginable Super stition is tobe wiped out by the who declare that the ghost and goblin stories told by their mothers are all moonshine From now on the 13 will laugh when they break a mirror will walk under a ladder fear and do many other which most girls would shudder at how to Get a Dill Through If the legislators can only be made to understand that the establishment of a whipping post for Chicago wife beaters will result in the creation of another public job or two says theChicago TimesHerald there a chance to have the proposed law pushed through Word He Could Safely UeYoure wrong In calling her awoman asserted the mans wife She doesnt belong to a lot of she isnt crying for suffrage and she doesnt want to mans field of laborTrue answered the man but its the only adjective I can well use dare not call her an old she certainly isnt a young so I use new in the comparative sense Shes not so old as sonic others Chicago Post cr S department although ono specially General ing stronger propels the torpedo by accord- S explosive reported affecting decree plaIntiff clubwhich members without maybe new clubs woman woman a le arc paten occ employ for thin pub BAD BLOOD BAD COMPLEXION fcy various names but are all due to the same cause acid and other poisons in the blood that irritate and the proper action of the skin a smooth skin free from ell eruptions the blood must be pure The many preparations arsenic and aud the large number powders and generally used in of diseases cover up for a short time but cannot remove the blotches and the red disfiguring pimples etmeaml vlgHanoe prtom of beautiful oomjiajclo when such remedies are Mr H T Shobe 2704 Lucas Avenue St Louis Mo was afflicted for yeart a disfiguring eruption on her face which treatment was taken celebrated health but received no fit Many medicines were prescribed but until we decided to try S S S and the time the first bottle w as the eruption began disappear A dozen bottles and her skin perfectly smooth She 13 now seventten and not a of the embarrassing disease has ever returned S S S is a positive unfailing cure for the worst troubles It is the greatest of all blood purifiers and the one guaranteed purely vegetable ith endless oft t face II reliedon with without ol Bad makes comnlezions er r the beau SSS purifies and the makes new rich blood that nourishes the invigorates body and keens the a kin active and and condition to perform its part towards bodyireroughhiand Skin Diseases and write our physi clans about your case No charge what SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA 8A BIDS WANTED Sealed bids will be received up and including the 20th day of June1001 at A Noels near the mouth of Back Creek for the construction of two miles and 890 feet of Turnpike Road running from the Buckeye pike near Bredprofile specifications and survey as made by O T Wallace which can be seen on application to W T Noel at Buckeye Ky Bids can be left with the president or W M Bogie secretary Buckeye Ky Said road will be let in three 3 sec tions the Board reserving the right to reject any and Metal nished free of charge This Lure 1 01 W T NOEL W M BOGIE President Secretary SATURDAY HIS LAST DAY in ever for this service fur pre pro V i a Dr R Goldstein of Louisville- a will be at Lancaster June 11 1901 for a few days only at the New Garrard Hotel and will fit glasses to the eyes of all who need them He has made the study ofoptics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the New Garrard Hotel Parents of children whose eyes 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 in after life Ifthe 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 is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Peters Shoes Have made a record We have sold more by 100 per ct than We expectedto You Know What That Means It means that our shoes are in every sense of the word comfortable and that they wear Mens Shoes 350 Shoes 250 All the latest toes All the popular leathers Your size and width Childrens Headquarters See if we cant save you money alp Ward Sympson adjusted withus satisfactory JOHN T JOHNSTON CIVIL EXGHfSEK Lancaster Ky COUNTY All business promptly attended to WMcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNT30N Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY IT S BEAZLEV Q SUItE on I 4 i Teeth extracted without painwith Vitalized fir Office DENTIsT IIinstreet oppoate Presbyterian church QB B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT I AW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store T I the J Hood DENTIST tr or v Office oven Ohio Grocery Richmond street All work done promptly and satlfftonly Charges reasonable They USE the BEST ZIMMER the BAKER uses WARDS FLOUK and the fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey P Buck i Sympson M Ballou Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co R Underwood T S Elkin Frank Lackey F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter flour made than WHITE Sway and GILT EDGE Tak no substitute BATES the Miller i Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my otlice if there is one set or sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank ASSIGNEES SALE sell privately and on terms two of containing 80 acres each in Garrard county a neighbor hood near good schools watered and in good state of cultivation Onone is a good tobacco barn and on theother a small dwelling house T E for persons siring small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can purchased rented WILLIAM tf Assignee French Coach Stallion No 2 1 27 In French Coach Horse Stud Book of America also in Republique Franchise Haras Nation anx No 12863 Winner of first prize at National Universal Exposition Paris 1897 and competing with over 60 stallions Imported by MTT Tichener Co of Chicago in 1S9S Color bay with small star black points 1GJ hands high weighs In working order 1325 pounds foaled April 2S 1891 Bred by M Lemeland of Commune of Hub ersville department of Lamorcbi got by the government stallion Frause dam Chaimautl by LeDard Second dam by Will make the present season of 1901 at my farm 2J miles from Stanford on Hnstonvilla pike at the season money due when service is rendered or 1500 to insure a long colt Mares kept at 50c per week on grass Dorsey Gfolddust 12052 Full brother to Estelle 219 Sired by Zilcadi GolddustUOC by Golddnst 150 by Vermont Morgon dam by Zalcadi an imported Arabian Stallion Dorsey Golddnats dam is Florence by Mingo Chief a son of Gags Morgan mut ing him an intensely inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horses known uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for near Stanford At 10 To Insure A Colt Mares kept at 59e per week No responsible for accidents or escapes The best of sow attention given F REIDStanford or Danville Kyk Grass I I I i i I Ito Ill I I I L I I I I I ooi Permanently As assignee for Walker Bros I will will make e in 1898 Revolution i 1000 responsibilityfor Golden handshigh toppricesfatty ewoai ooooo00000000oooooeo ooooaoooooooM any and uasi S t pets A GREAT REDUCTION IN fllLLINERY From now on during the summer we will sell any thing in our line at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Dont miss this chance to get a NICE HAT for about half the regular price Come now before the stock is broken Respectfully NOEL SISTERS f I t l l tffi1 J 5fJJfMiffNlI r1 10 I 0 fjlffJ fJfWWI l i a DD Where the Home Ip44 PEOPLE 4 Have V Visited V 1440 Miss Hemphill of Nicholasville is the guest of Miss Allie Arnold Ada Cora and Rod Wesley are in Middleburg visiting relatives- A surprise birthday dinner was ten dered Mr W 0 Rigney Friday eve ning Mrs J Sympson accompanied her little nieces to their home in Ilustou Mrs Elizabeth Denny is in Rich mond visiting her niece Mrs George White Miss Lizzie Beasley of Crab Orch ard is visiting Dr AV S Beazley and familyMrs Dillon has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Nevius of StanfordMrs Frisbie is in Danville visiting her brother Mr W C Price and family Mr Joe Faulconer Jr has accept ed a position in the hustling Blue Grass Grocery A big delegation will attend the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs tomorrow night Messrs Louis Herndon and Joseph Burnside have been visiting Mrs Wm Lackey Mr and Mrs George White of Rich mond attended the funeral of their cousin Mr George Lusk Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden left Sunday to attend the Buffalo Exposi tion and visit other cities Miss Sallie Lou Myers is visiting relatives and attending commence ment exercises in Danville Mr TV Shugars and daughter Miss Maggie have been visiting Mr W K Shugars and wife of McKinney Miss Bessie Ballard has returned to her home in Garrard after a pleasant visit to Miss Ella Leavell Misses Martha and Helen Gill are at home again from Oxford Ohio where they have been attending col Mrs George Farris and daughter Miss Louise are in Crab Orchard Mesdames Moore and Miss Ella Leavell accompanied by her cousin Miss Bessie Ballard visit ed Mrs Eugene Rogers of Danville last week Misses Nannie and Hallie Hare who have been Mrs TV McClelland John stons guests have returnedJto their home in Nicholasville Dr J B Kinnaird accompanied J M Farraand Louis Landram to Lou isville list week to help hustle for the new trains on the K C Miss Sallie Tillett entertained the following Thursday eveningat a hand some dinner Misses Laura Smith Fannie Shugars Pearl lull Nell Dil lon and Hattie Doty Mr and Mrs R E Hughes returned to Louisville after a brief to Lancaster relatives Mr Hughes is now looking after the press end of the great Knights Templars conclave to be held in Louisville in August y ill e of McCreary I lege j 1 t a t J t f upper i 1 I visiting Singleton f 11 t 1 visit Geo Smith Jr has returned from a trip to Somerset Louis Landram was in Danville a few hours Thursday Miss Walker of Atlanta Ga is visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Sallie Ross has returned from a visit to friends at Paint Lick Miss Nora Sanders of Paint Lick is visiting her friend Miss Pearl Ross Mr Boscoe Miller of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs Robert Err bry George Dunlap made a business trip to Richmond for TIIK RECORD Misses Earle and Emily Chenault of Richmond are guests of Miss Chris tine Bradley Messrs J W Miller and W I Wil liams were in Danville Tuesday on legal business Miss Sallie Tillett spent Saturday and Sunday with MrsUarry Aldridge of Marksbury Mrs Clarence Ballard of Carters yule visited Mrs Lu Hagan and sis ters Thursday Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick have been visiting the family of Mr J C Thompson Little Miss Christine Merritt has returned from a visit to Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick Claude Royston of Chicago will arrive Sunday to visit his parentsMr and Mrs James Royston QMr and Mrs Banks Hudson have moved to the property adjoining Dr Actons on Lexington street Mrs Sam Anderson and daughter Mary of Gallatin Tenn are guests of Mr John Anderson and family Miss Louise Parks of Middlesboro arrived Tuesday to be the guest of Miss Annie Royston Lexington Ave DMrs George Patterson and little daughter Grace Helen have returned from a visit to friends in Paint Lick and Berea Danville Advocate Mary Gill has returned home after spending the week with her aunt Mrs Donald McDonald Miss Spainhower the accommodat ing operator at the telephone ex change has returned from a visit to relatives near Paint Lick Danville News Uncle Davie Ross jailer of Garrard county and one of the best men in the world was in Danville Sunday with friends Mr and Mrs TV B Jarvis have re turned from a visit to relatives in Tennessee and Virginia In a short time they will take a trip through the West Mrs John M Farra has been quite ill this week She is suffering from an abcess under the tooth which has caused excruciating pain We are glad to say this has been relieved and she will soon fully recover Mr Shelby Tribble formerly of the Richmond Register has accepted a position in THE Rucoiu office and will make his home in Lancaster a moral young man in every a fine printer and a clever Richmond Pantagraph Miss Flor particular fellow Saturday Miss His e We Handle EVERYTHING UnD in PAINTING J Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof r Paint Wood Filler Hard Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var nlshes Putty Sand Etc and it will pay you to call on us Remember our Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE t iAi dij j- r F iJ D E3 DJ L al- r f r Paper first t jd p p o a d- i ts El i a ence Burnside of Point Leaven ar rives today to visit Miss Mary Miller at Waco Messrs Louis West Her bert Kinnaird John Burnside and Brannon Beazley of Lancaster were here Monday night to attend the ball Mr J S Haselden of Lancaster was here Monday and Tuesday Mr W W Withers the furniture man of Stanford was in town a day or so since and made us a pleasant call He once resided in Lancaster and has many friends here He is doing a landolllcc business in the fur niture line and richly deserves the great success with which he is Stanford Democrrat Mrs R H Young of Louisville is visiting rela tins at Hustonville Mrs Mollie Gulley of Garrard passed thro returning from a visit to relatives in Washington county The follow ing Masons from Lancaster came over to attend the burial of Mr D W Van deveer Tuesday Senator Geo Farris Messrs Jake Joseph T J Hatcher Robert Kinnaird Dr Wesley and T A AndersonDr McFarland of New York City paid a short visit to his aunt Mrs II A Burnside and uncle Louis Landram this week He grad uated last week at the College of and Surgeons in New York where he had taken a five years course He will meet his father Capt McFar land in Chicago this week and spend a few months in the West after which he will return to New York and sail for Vienna to take a special course there Lannie has many friends in Lancaster who regret that his visits are so brief and far between In a letter to the Danville cate Harry Giovannoli writes from Washington the following concerning a Lancaster man A Kentuckian who occupies a position in the Treasury Building is R R West formerly of Lancaster lIe is chief of the Army and Navy Pension Division under the Auditor for the Interior Department Mr Wests last promotion came in a manner highly complimentary The late Assistant Secretary Vanderlipp who was a very strict disciplinarian and thorough business man under took a reorganization of some of the bureaus and divisions under his juris diction and in the course of the work sent for Mr West and tendered him the position which he now holds Mr West and his interesting family have a cozy home at Brookland a pretty suburb and live in true Kentucky style Mrs West being a tine of the oldfashioned Kentucky matron Mr West has been quite prominent in church circles a pretty Baptist church next door to his home at Brookland being a substantial to his devotion and energy Danger disease and death follow of the bowels Use DeWitts Early Risers to regulate them and you will add years to your life and life to your years Easy to take never gripe Frisbie It may not be proper to precede the father of your best girl down the sometimes you have to Mr James n of Brow Putsmouth Va over 90 years of age suffered for years with a bad sore on his face Physic ians could not help him DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him FP Frisbie A mans friends always know of his engagement before he and the lady most interested are aware of it Call at McRoberts Drug Store and a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are an elegant physic They also the appetite strengthen the and regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect When a man begins to tell a woman all his troubles its a safe bet at any odds that hes in love with her The doctors 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 About the only man who dies for love is the one who starves to death after being refused by an heiress A few months ago food which ate for breakfast would not remain on my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and can now eat my breakfast and other meals with a and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for troubles II S Pitts Arlington Tex Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat F P Frisbie Science has discovered microbes in kisses This shows that the microbe isnt such a fool as he looks How It Is Done The first object in life with the American people is to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the second good health by using Greens August Should you be a despondent from any of the effects of Liver Complaint Appendeci tis Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the head Nervous Low Spirits etc you need not sufferanother day Two doses of the well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to Stormes drug store and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 Old bachelors may be responsible for the flirts bnt the flirts get good and even by making more old bachel I meeting Physicians responsible specimen monument neglect Little F P stairsbut permanently get improve digestion rel h stomach Flower sufferer Dyspepsia Prostration ors Tuesday Adv 4S1 p MEAT FOR HOME USE Best Pork Comes from Iloga Veleh lug 2OO rounds Fat HOSTS Heine Useful for Lard Only Hogs weighing from 200 to 250 pounds make the pork for fam ily use If several hogs are slaugh tered at one time the pieces will all be of one size and will cure better Killing hogs weighing 200 pounds and some ranging from that to 400 pounds will provide hams of several sizes and they will not all cure in the same time Some will be too salty while others may get too little salt I like to kill the large fat hog for lard and the greater part of him gets in the lard cask I dont hesitate a minute to cut up a great deal of the lean meat of the heavy hogs for sau sage The shoulders of the large hog are trimmed as small as the joints will let me All the scraps possible are trimmed from the hams even the skin and fat taken from them and rendered and they are ready for im mediate use The nice trim little hams are cured for later use Smoked mutton saddles and pork sausage make the best meat I know of Ahead of beef National Stockman Striking Fncl About Horses At the recent meeting of the Texas Live Stock association the statement was made that there are now 3000 000 fewer horses in the United State than there were ten years ago that there are 1000000 more in active use than in 1900 and that there is a bet ter demand for our horses from abroad than for many years if ever before It was brought out in the discussions that we could not by any reasonable measures restore our numbers in less than six years and that in the meantime we would have great difficulty in supplying our for eign customers if indeed we were sufficiently equipped to hold their trade It was agreed that the out look just now for the industry of horse breeding is especially promis ing National Stockman MAIL C RS IMPROVED Larger Stroner Vehicle Con trcctctl nl Government llequcst In response to the demands of the government larger and stronger mail cars are being put into service on the railroads with the idea of affording greater protection to the railway postal clerks In case of wrecks in addition to preserving the mails from destruction S P Taft superintend ent of the railway mail service for the Seventh division with headquarters in St Louis was in Kansas City the other day for the purpose of several of the new that are to go into service on the Santa Fe between Kansas City and La Junta Col The new cars are built with the idea of withstanding the shock of collision having double sills of ex tra thickness sheathed in steel where are at the ends and considerable distance from these points The are supplied with rintsch lights so that they will not catch fire when an accident occurs STREETER AT WASHINGTON The Unique Chicago Character Tries to Be Sworn In an Delegate In Congress Copt Streeter of Chicago is to break into congress He is not satisfied with the outcome of his attempt the other day to have the oath of a delegate in congress administered to him but the other afternoon he entered the oilier of the chief clerk of the interior department and demand ed that lie be sworn in as a delegate in congress from the territory of Lake Michigan lie was informed that it was not the function of the interior de partment to administer the oath of oflice to n member of congress But insisted Capt Streeter I hold in my hand the electoral vote 01 the terri tory whieh I must cast for president The chief clerk told Capt Streeter that he might be able to get some in formation by going to the Capitol Ho started in that direction but before he left said It is true that I am the duly elected delegate for n term of four years from the new territory Lake Michigan east of Chicago range 3 township 47 A territorial form of government was established four years ago We have a territory 300 acres and 127 voters Neither the general government nor the state of Michigan has any control over this territory and we organized a civil government The voters have elected me to rep resent them for four years and I am here to do it I cannot get any satisfac tion in this department but then Ido not know much about matters here If it were anything else I would know more about it 1 am going up to tho capitol to see Vice President loose velt SEA GIVES UP TREASURE American Professor Get Authentic of Kcmnrknlile Find Near Cape Malta Prof William Xickerson Dates of tho ceived from Athens the first authentic information of the finding of Greek statues under the sea off the island of Anticythera Prof Bates said The discovery of these statues is the most important that has been made in the field of an dent Greek art in many years statues were found at the bottom of the sea in 200 feet of water by a party of sponge divers It is supposed that a Roman ship carrying a load of art treasures from Athens to Rome during the first cen tury A D foundered at this point In fact the anchor of the ship was re covered Greek students are of the opinion the loss of a number of valuable paint ings and statues on a vessel that ered at this point off Cape Malta dur big e great storm The loss re garded as a national calamity and nu merous efforts were made by the Romans to locate the wreck but with out avail 1 best inspecting postalcars special for a of hews Th mentionEdfound and experimentally cars determined covering university was Irlemls Is he a friend of yours Xo sir I told my wife I had beer with him the other night when waited up for me The next day she happened to meet him and of course referred to what I had said The blamed fool didnt have presence of mind enough to go on and pretend that he knew what she was talking about Chicago TimesHerald Very Comforting Widow recently bereaved Rev Mr Sparkins has just been here bless us What comforting things ministers can say to be sure Friend What did he say talking of the dear departed and he said I look upon his like again Richmond Dispatch Iin inn tie front Kidnnpingr Oh my giggled the lady of uncer tain age I am so afraid to the streets alone now that the kidnapers bold You neednt worry They only steal people in their first childhood was the reassuring statement of the bald party with the on his face Baltimore American lib Intlence What got me into trouble said Meandering iliie was my patient dispositionThought you said somethin shoe kleptomania rejoined Plodding Pete Well mebbe You see I jes kep along an takin everything wit out sajin a word Washington Star A Reminder She I do believe you forgot toot this was our wedding days third anal versary He Indeed I didnt I just met tIle second of the notes I negotiated to buy the furniture when we were married Indianapolis Press Xot My stars ejaculated the lender of the choir happening in when the quarrel was at its height There seems to be trouble in the air Sot at all sir said the soprano her eyes snapping Time trouble is in the bass Chicago Tribune Completing the Quotation Seldom Fedd musingly Lemtne see Whats dat old saran about hall a loaf Half a loaf is better better dan what Soiled Spooner Better dan a steady job o And She Wants Xew Cleans When a girl begins to have beaux She is apt to turn up her neaux At father and mother At sister and brother And tell them to heau their own reaux Chicago Daily News A LOGICAL SURMISE ice WidowWewere wouldnever go on are goin There u courseJudge lore site so iugrowin sneer Does history say anything about the personal appearance of Mr EuclJ uncleI not Why Oh because I imagine he must have been a very angular sort of gen tleman Ally Sloper Human Nature He was far too fat and an awful bore She often thought While round he car ried Conviction of her lack of brains Before Long they were happily married Puck She I Spoke you see the college boys in their Latin play but I couldnt under stand it It was all Greek to me Town Topics A Cheerful View First afraid our posi tion is untenable Second Lawyer Well perhaps we can hold it long enough to get our An Answer Short rind Rode Mrs Tiff I know we times but just tell me what your iif would be worth without me Mr Tiff Worth living Harlem Life LOUISVILLE Touvcco MARKET The Burley market has been quite er ratic this week On Wednesday morn ing there was considerable specula tive buying Brokers seemed full of orders and the trust was willing they should load up but the trust buy eys were careful to see that they paid high for what they got This gave the Burley market a mild boom but about noon the speculative orders seemed to be about completed and the trust allowed prices to sag perceptibly Prices were then irregu lar but seemed to steady up slightly towrrd the close of that day On Thursday the market was still irreg ular but was decidedly strong Com mon grades may be quoted irregularly strong at quotations Medium grades of red filler were strong and more steady than any other grades These kinds selling say from 8 to 10 were probably 10 cents to 1 higher than a week Or ten days ago Colory types were in much favor and sold full up to quotations The State has had good rains during the week and while it cannot be called a gener al rain yet the showers have been so numerous that a larger part of the State has had a setting season While it is too early yet to get specific re ports it is probable that the bulk of the crop will bein the hill by the time this paper reaches our read Home Journal Imitation may be be flattery but a doesnt think so when she is presented with a paste diamond All JimsDid JampsYes LawyerIm feesPuck quarrelsome numerous ersFarmers the sincerest condition VESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated 00RESERVEOQAddressHOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TQ FIRST CLASS AGENTS Notwithstanding the fact that The Season is Well OnT- Ve still have in stock and on display a Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we can please you SALLIE D TILLETT The Time For j i TORNADOES Has Arrived I Several cities and towns have been 3greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3 VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against 3loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and 3It costs but 3 KINNAIRD i PARLORJ The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of IMPORTED WALL PAPER ever shown in from tha cheapest to themost expensive made We have in our employ Expert We also have a full line of Paints Oils Varnishes Window Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wird Deutch Gesprochen J G BANZHAF Clerk I THEAMERICAN I lmrJJrn fJlfrjj IilJEJ frlhrilHrrg Q i rn I m J Utf1YrYr1i1nfnnnrn nunrnrnr rlm 3 E E Ai ilALjtji11 JJ jl 11 1 l1jij1J11Jl1111i111411li1li1111 WALL PAPER this s9Jtion atthe 1 t Ei ero Ia rr ar E E Wind- stormsz little- R s 1 R BepKDtiii Follows Companies Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Coimetieut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD KINNAIRDINSURANCE Antna Lifa Ins Go gar or SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 16 hands high heavy mane and frto Great KING EAGLE Winner of 40 Blue Ties EAGLE Bum was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares He will make the pres ent season at Thos L Baughmans place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to Insure a Livii Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 to insure Jno S Baughman Danville Ky I I talk ire ORGANIZED 1883 cITIZfflS KATMiL MlOF- LUrOiBTElIT Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and FroraptAtteatloaeaaraBt 4 J M PrtlldenL- SWIH Y LIATXLL VlcePmldent B F HUDSON CubitW O RIGHT Assistant Caihr- CDWALMB Bootteapet DIRECTORS JMHiaautBOTKAM LXWIB Y LXAYJUL T M AEMOLD B F HUDSON 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 onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co and the Continental lire Insurance Co G B SvIaebroaU gtj J Hlesll SOTS l JrALazs wad FATE OF COLLEKAN Half a mile south of the German building in Jackson park lies the mining camp of the Stony Island Kloudikers It isnt a camp at allv as a matter of fact but a leanto of planks ties and driftwood built against the old breakwater by a half dpzenWoodlawn boys who have read of the exploits of gold seekers in the frozen regions of Alaska and desire to emulate them on the parkfringed but now desolate shores of Michigan For four weeks the wooded island the long reaches of the golf links the shell strewn beaches and the wooden have been piled with small mountains of drifted snow or streaked and incrusted with sheets and projections of hard ice The piling south of the old con vent of La Itabida is no longer a bulwark of graybrown wood hut is covered with fantastic frozen spray from the stormbeat en lake Now it looks like a long wall of wirved white stone overrun with crystal filigree Few pedestrians venture into that section of the park Even on the wooded island that haven of summer lovers the benches are buried beneath the snow the paths arc barred by windtangled shrubs the waters groan under burdens of ice and the deserted cottages look like the cabins of a Siberian waste The Woodlawn boys have been long inti mate with the haunts and habits of the score or more of cottontails that make their homes in the south end of Jackson park The park policemen no longer stand like statues breasting the cold breezes that sweep across the frozen landscape They have their hands full looking after the iatcrs on the lagoon about the Field mu Fcuni where there is a snug sheller a blaz jug lire and many things doing So the fcjtony Island Klomlikcrs and the rabbits have full sway upon the fields of ice There is not even an audacious golfer left to them with bombardment or to send them scurrying with his cry of Fore Thus far the mining operations have been confined to washing out shells geodcs and bits of petrified wood from the frozen diggings of the shore sands The process is carried on with strict regard to the meth OtIs of tile Yukon gold seekers and tile lads are equipped with homemade sluica boxes sieves picks and shovels The prizes gained after much toil and hardship could be picked up in profusion during the warm days of spring summer and autumn but the boys are after adventures and when they cant find them ready to hand they manufacture them Great tileS are built upon the ice smear the shore and when the heat has dis sipated the first obstacle and thawed the underlying sand the miners go to work taking out what they call pay dirt This is nothing more than shellbearing sand but they sift it with infinite care and labor and then it is ready fur washing Washing consists in dumping the of a sieve pebbles shells and other lake treasures into a bucket of water where the sound shells which heat arc quickly separated from the small stones and form the first yield of the juvenile mining operations Driftwood picked up along till stone levees near the old convent wreckage from dismantled buildings weeds and park litter constitute tIle fuel supply and some times even after the winter sun has set and the pink glow has faded from the glaciers which surround them the glow of the min ers fires can be seen upon the clouds drift across the margins of that low shore A boy named Skinny because he is so fat is the latest argonaut to join the Stony Island Klondikcrs lie was admitted on account of his ownership of an indus trious ferret which has long since made an enviable record as tim champion rat catcher of Woodlawn The ferrets name is Col leran a compliment to the citys chief of defectives Skinnys father being an ap plicant for a place on the force Well let him belong suggested Nut ty MeTavish the leader of the Klondikeis to his associates when they met in the lean to last Saturday Well let him belong he cause hes got a pull wit th police mid if ColleranV any good he kin ketch rabbits fur th camp Skinny was initiated and after that he tried to reciprocate by poking Collcran into every crevice in the park where a might be supposed to lurk Mc Tavishs dog Fido hitherto has been looked upon as the best forager in the camp for he cornered rabbit about two weeks ago and brought it to his master in great The supper which followed was the most realistic thing that has happened since the argonauts crossed the Stony Island aye nue Chilkat and began to burn holes in the ice along the beach lint since the advent of Skinny and his ferret the miners have shown a disposition to shirk work and go hunting Instead of sifting and planning they have been around with Fido and Collcran to find rabbit holes The log has never appreciated the induction of the ferret but as Skinnys pocket is both a refuge and a home for the little creature Fido has been obliged to tolerate his presence in the camp Monday evening the boys actually saw a rabbit and with wild whoops and a flourish of clubs started in pursuit Skiuuys ferret and McTavishs dog being members of the hunting party The rabbit seemed to under an old concrete pavement near the peristyle bridge and thither the hunters charged in bold array Colleran was Skinnys pocket and thrust into the crevice whilb Fido wildly excited leaped barked and whined for his prey You fellers scatter out yelled Skinny taking command by virtue of his of the ferret Take Fido over there and hold him Tlie rabbits apt to come out at the other end of the hole If he comes out here Ill catch him myself The six or seven boys formed a wider circle and Skinny with his mouth at th hole yelled Go it Colleran and Rat llals Colleran Suddenly there was a slight commotion under the snow about ten yards from where Colleran had disappeared Here comes the rabbit chorused the boysSick im Sick im yelled MeTavish leading Fido to the molelikc uplifting in the snow Fido tugged at his collar and to be restrained plunged headlong into the drift and began to burrow for the Soon only his tufted till was to be seen waving energetically above the snow and a moment later he backed out with Not the rabbit lint poor Collcran helpless strangled and already in his death struggles Skinny still belongs to the Stony Island Klondikcrs but he sticks to mining proper and has nothing hut evil glances fur Fido MeTavish gives him all his pay dirt and the campers are saving up to buy a new fer ret Chicago Daily Record Somewhat Mixed Miss an amethyst supposed to be unlucky Mrs Malanroo Woll if 1 ft I fl I J f Lake northand threaten II o triumph prowling vanish lifted out of ownership rabbit BuddIs 0 L breakwater abandoned contents chiefly cottontail trying refusing TUBNED ON THE GAS Oh by the way I would suggest the agent when Mr Ncwsplicc had paid a months rent in advance for the Mount Pleasant flat that you drop in at the gas office on your way up and make your deposit and have the gas turned on Much obliged for mentioning that to me replied Mr Newsplice Id sure have forgotten it if you hadnt and wed have been in a dickens of a pickle over night without any gas wouldnt we Newsplice got up to the new flat about halfpast four and found Mrs Newsplice with her sleeves lucked up and her lair wrapped in a towel setting things to rights iy the way remarked Newsplicc sec ing no signs of any dinner preparations anything doing in the way of food for a hungry man around this plant Man cant live by putting up pictures alone can he I do declare I forgot all about dinner exclaimed Mrs Wont you just run down to time corner and get a small steal and sonic potatoes anti a few little things Ill give you a list Mercy on us completely forgot that the poor thing is supposed to cat It was kind of a cheerless business this just starting off after food for dinner but Newsplice put on his coat and went stuff his wife wrote down with a stub of a pencil and caine back with two Ah now T can have a little patchcdup dinner inside of an hour easily said his wife Wont you please get at that barrel and unpack time dishes for me Xexvspliec got at time barrel and while he was out in the kitchen stowing away the excclsior he got to looking at the gas range It caused him to think of something went into where his wife was draping fut time four hundred and nineteenth time the front room mantel anti inquired Kr um by the way wheres time coal range CoaF range replied Mrs Ncwsplice Why there isnt any Well cook entirely with the gas range here My how old fashioned you Why should there be a gas range and a coal range too Well youll have to pass me on that replied Newsplicc But I know one time when youre not going to cook on the gas range and thats tonight Now dont go oil the handle anti tell me Im a pinhcad which 1 am and a numbskull which I am again and a mental jellyfish which once more I grieve to say 1 am but I forgot to go to the gas oflice and make the deposit und so therell be no gas tonight And you know 1 particularly told you to attend to the gas reproachfully said Mrs Xewsplice 1 know did the agent so did my own inner consciousness replied New splice Everything that was near and dear and precious to me in this life should have inspired me to go to the gas oflice and make my little deposit but I didnt do it and so what the deuces the use of harping upon it Forget it Ill go down and sec em before breakfast tomorrow morning Meantime Ill go out and get a lot o boiled ham and cured tongue and canned salmon and sardines and crackers and cheese and weiss beer and stuff like that and we can make a meal off of that truck and Ill also get some candles and we can see to go to bed by the light of em and oh what larks Wont it be just too cute larky for anything to go to bed by candle light and the man laughed a hoarse creak while his spouse regarded him mournfully Pretty hungry by this time he went out and bought nearly all of the articles he had enumerated together with a dozen of the largestsized candles that could be bought for money and returned to time that noted gloomily on his way upstairs that all of the other tenants had gas of course and he wondered if his wifes solemn dee laration that he was losing his memory were really so However he put an imita tion cheerful face on the matter as he stumbled up the stairs and groped his way through the private hall of his new flat He lit one of the candles as soon as IIP down the second batch of proven del he had bought and then he lit nearly all the rest of them and his wife set the table as best she could under the disad vantages and they made their first meal in the flat lint that first meal couldnt have been called either larky or cute as Newsplice had put it by the wildest pOSe sible stretch of the imagination After the mel when Mrs Newsplice had given Newsplice the signal that shed like to have him leave the table in order that she might be permitted to remove the dishes he fumbled around in his vest pock ets abseutmindedly for awhile starching for a cigar lIe found one Then talking all the time to his wife and telling her what corking good fun he thought it was to eat by candle light and to cat pre pared food at that he fumbled around for a match Finding the match he absent mindedly reached for the key of a gas fixture right iu front of him turned the key still abscntmindedly applied the match to the gas lighted it without any trouble whatsoever turned the gas down low threw the match in time fireplace and then went on to Mrs Xewsplice Yep I think its just the limit once in awhile to have to just sort o camp out without gas and Then he noticed that Mrs Newsplice looking at him strangely and that from him she was looking at the turnedlow gas jet and the thing dawned upon him and he turned the gas up and then went and lit the gas all over the flat and then re turned to where his wife was standing grinned in a ghastly way at her and said Never touched me I knew all the time that the gas company hadnt turned the gas off here since the other tenant left Tag Youre it Far be it from me Richard Newsplicc to attribute unworthy motives to you or to attempt to sully your fair name by breathing one breath of scandal against you but what a colossal liar you sometimes can be cant yon remarked Mrs Xewsplice cheerfully and then peace reigned around and the candles were folded no and put away for the fox terrier pup o eat up on the front room carpet later ValSe of Priilric Hay The prairie hay growing in the northwest has been thoroughly tested with dairy cows in practical feeding and digestion experiments Its and digestibility depend upon the character of the land with refer ence to moisture That grown on low damp land is termed prairie swale and contains 26 per cent digestible protein That grown on medium low land and being a mixture of that grown on higher and lower lands 29 per cent digestible protein while that grown on upland contains three per cent protein Haecker in National Rural v arc itso hand hadset V 4ng tl he composition contains ton remarked Newsph ice aftert- ime arm- loads Iii 11 as Doctors and Midwives Recommend Mothers Friend because it it used externally in cases of the delicate situation of expectant It Is a constant of its terrors Internal are dangerous Mothers Friend is a blessing in a bottle There is nothing like relief remedies it Jfo The motfier of three children who suffered he birth oft i each obtained a bottle of Mothers Friend at my store before and less painful JOHN C POLHILL Macon Ca Sent by express paid on of price 91 per bottle Book Motherhood mailed free to ladies containing sensible advice and testimonials Sow BY ALL DRUGGISTS TUB XtKlBFUXB REGULATOR CO Atlanta Gs reno u fourth confinement and was relieved quickly All mothers 00 bive used It agree their labOr was shorter I t I E I greatly drtrC rectmp i O 2 ExytfOuiv An odd word she let fall Makes me fear theres no hope When I popped I recall An odd word she lot fall Youll not Ilnd it at nil In old Wcbsters tis Nope This odd word she let fall Makes me feel theres no hope Catholic Standard and Times HARDEST TASK OP UIS LIFE Ii 1 nut w Why dont you work Madam aint I tcr work ycr dis very moment Chicago Amer Swett Drijuus Plumbers Wife What are dreaming about Are you castles in tIme air Plumber 1etter than that I was unending plumbing in castles in the air Puck Returecii Fviiiliilm FrleinlM lie kissed me said the girl in gray with a giggle I am not surprised returned the in blue sweetly lie told me he had been doing penance Chicago Post They Arc All Alike She was married to her third hus humid and they had been quarrel I guessed how it would be Wil liam she said You are as bad as the others TitBits Sale for Taxes I will sell publicly before the court house door in Lancaster Ky on Monday June 24 1901 county court day the following property situated in Lancaster Ky for tax es due said city for the year 1900 Sale begins at 10 oclock a in Jas Pearce Collector Colored Delinquents for 1900 Anderson Carey town lot Crab Orchard street 450 Arnold Lucy town lob Dune cantown 1 04 Anderson E Lee 2 town lots Campbell St G9 Burdett Laura 1 town lot on Water St 1 OG Bruce Briston 1 town lot in Middlesboro v Burnside town lot in Duncantown 2 07 Burnani Lewis 1 town lot in Duncantown 2 44 Byas Bob 1 town lot Chute 09 Cunningham Bony 1 town lot Duncantown Dunn Jake 1 town lot Mid dlesboro G9 Floyd John 1 town lot Mid dlesboro 210 Huffman Silvau 1 town lot Chute 138 Herring Bob 1 town lot Dun cantown 2 10 Kemper Steven 1 town lot Depot street 2 81 Leaveil Geo 1 town lot on Campbell street 1 59 Letcher Mary 1 town lot Railroad G9 Leavell Nick 1 town lot in Duncantown 2 12 Myers William 1 town lot ins Middlesboro 2 12 Miller Alex 1 town lot in Middlesboro 4 19 Miller Irvine 1 town lot on Richmond street 4 50 McPherson Laura 1 town lot in Duncantown C9 Pillman Joe 1 town lot in Duncantown G9 Royston Will 1 town lot on Chute Richie Centha 2 town lots in Middlesboro Salters Ed hrs 1 town lot in Duncantown 1 OG Salter Beckey 1 town lot in Middlesboro 1 38 Salter Caleb 1 town lot on Chute 3 13 Thomas Alex 1 town lot in Middlesboro 2 12 Sallie 1 town lot in Middlesboro GO Yantis Lewis 1 town lot on Chute 244 WHITE DELINQUENT LIST Miller Mose sold to Mr Liles 1 75 Cook Mrs Will building on Danville street 4 13 Petty Joe 1 town lot in Mid dlesboro 1 75 Parton Ira 1 town lot in Mid dlesboro sold to A Traylor 5 20 Shackelford D B 2 town lots in Middlesboro Arnold Miss Lucy 1 town lot on Danville street 5 89 Ball Mrs Sallie 1 town lot i Dalton Philip 1 town lot 69 Estes Jno Sr 1 town lot Stan lord street 3 13 Grant Dr J W 1 town lot on Danville street 12 30 Hill J T 1 town lot 69 Johnston Mrs Lizzie 1 town lot on Danville street 2 07 Wherritt Thomas 1 town lot on Lexington street 10 07 Walter B P 1 town lot 2 83 tin iean building girl having a 2 44 Mary 1 1 2 81 i 75 Totton 72I I i 75 f e p The cheap store in the corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel build ing Ins brought in a flue stock new and second hand We also have a full line o Isliglit ly used household Furniture and The goods will be sold at the Lowest Prices Come and see when in town CINCINNATI STORE Cheapest Place in Town of CLOTllIG FINE SHOES FURNISIIING GOODS us OtTers tile following attractions North- East Annual Meeting II Imperial Council OF TIlE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th Ono Fro fur tie Round Trip PLUS Epnl Leap Meetini SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st 1901 GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS- TO COLORADO AND UTAH June Jnly August and September Ono Fare lor tie Round Trip PLUS 200 For further information call on or addressR T G MATTHEWS Traveling Pass Agt Louisville Ky I jfef C TOWNSEND eniPass Ticket Agt St Louis r f ry I I 200 Ji J 0 To get a really of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get for it is actually less than the cheap kind goes being better flavored more satis fyingYou will find a list of useful in each package of Aibucklea Coffee A definite part of one of these artHes becomes yours when you buy the coEee The one you select from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLS BROS Notion Dept New York City NY goodcup Arbuckles Rusted Coffee expensive furtherbesides articles Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from upward Call at works near the depot S McGIFlKE BUNK 8 Z493 NATIONAL 4 e- TRZ CAPITAL 5000000 I l f OF SURPLUS JlO 00000I LANCASTER JLf A R DENNY President JNO STORMES Vice C DENNY Cashier I F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T Essay Bookteepej Saml D Cochran Alex It Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H KInnaird ASP SOJA BEANS two of the inost profitable farmers can sow for hay grain and soil Improving Other seasonable seeds may need Corn Buckwheat Rape Etc We carry the Largest and Best col lection of Seeds In the Central West Flower Seeds CATALOGUE gives full iafor mation about all be Mailed us a the Seeds you Co LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY g Q E PresIdent- S DIRECTORS C C COWPEAS i i I re I J ii are Seed Corn Mitlets Velvet Beans Jor Cane Broom Corn including Vegetable Field Grass and OUR FREE providing you mention this paper p f and well quote low prices y i WoOd i8EED8 EN e I a rrsrR cros Kallh- rg R c Si bbs LOCAL TIMETABLES I Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 15 AJ Nqrthbnd Mixed M- Northbnd Paaagr 352AK Southbnd u 13 36 A M 335 P 4 4 I Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their released etc without extra charge alaeady listed with us DAVIDSON LAND RAM Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a bothtoR L theCENTRALindirectlyyouradvantageNol House and Lot In McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new nml very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallwiiy varawljis and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the WilY of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bell and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and n stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This is Cheap and win go On Eastside of Hill street 70 feet front rfnd 325 feet deep or 12V feet deep if desired a purt of time DrOP Hill property Splendid build log site for a nice residence in u good neigh borhood and one of the best resilience portions of time town In short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item KoJ 70 feet trout on Hill street 3i feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired u part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but Is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or htmp laud the rest is rich and productive K ever failing water and lencing In good repair Land has been well treated 1 story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cidterunew barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm of 86 Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 2T acres of fine tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water In abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn Ice house and mill outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it No 14 600 Acres ot Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski County Ky About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Cinciunat Southern Railroad This laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 15 Yacant Lot on South Side Water street between and Paulding In Lancastor 75 feet front on Water street 200 feet In depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys Bend of Kentucky River In Garrardcounty about 4 miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard C room twostory house In good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud iu Polleys Bend is fast increasing In value PrOp ty Quick excellent fruIt- ing necessary Lexington further write to or call onI k R L Davidson LawOflice over Stormes store Notice to Hear Proof on Claims MaryC Cox Plff Garrard Circuit Court Jno M Higginbotham Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar rard Circuit Court made at its March term 1901 Iu the above styled case the undersigned Master Commissioner hold dully sittings in his office In Lancaster Garrard county Ky beginning with this date and sit from day to day 10th day of June 1JOl to hear proof on claims decedents estate All persons having claims will present them limit or they barred Given uuder my hand tbls9th day of April 1901 JriO MlIjLttKU3 411 Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Yll- erly proven 8 t prescribed V No G Farm oftiO Acres in Rock ensUe Count in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Rockcanle line All bottom luau level mind productive never failing stock water 1 tory log house and till necessary outbuilding Possession given af tel April 1st 1B01 Price within the reach of men of moderate means fco9 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 4 17 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property proper ty in this location is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Laucas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known HS the old Franklin Intitute Lot is US feet front on Dauville Avenue mind 195 feet In depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and eon veniently arranged iu every particular has It rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside aud outside stairways rooms large and house we I ventilated lloue has Ieen lately remodeled and extensively im proved timid place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 73 acres of splen did hemp or tobacco laud 7 acres lu grass balance under cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is iu good repair lIons IK stories containing G rooms porch and ticed porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate sizu No 12 Farm of 84 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike t acres in grass balance under cultivation good strong laud iu good repair and watered by never falling springs Two story frame house 6 rooms and necessary outbuildings One of the largest aud best barns in the comma try Buildings ara comparatively new 2 good orchards A very desirable farm near town and in good locality No 13 Housef and Lot near phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways mill necessary out building Place in good repair LUll healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lm cnstei No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda hand somely finished inside and conveniently con structed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 417 feet in depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 16 Farm of80 Acres at gana Jessamine County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences in tIme Blue Grass Region with SO acres of fertile land attached situated at Logana In Jessa mine county Ky 5 miles from Nicholasville on a good turnpike and near rallioad 5 room cottage house magnificient barn and every kind of convenient outbuildings good water everything in good repair Good location for doctor or dairy maw l property 4t hit LoP C Sit EastMan OR Louis Landram Central Record office Lexington Chatauqiiu Low RatesVIA Queen Crescent Route From all points Junction City and Willmstown Ask ticket agents for full particulars- W C RIXEAUSON G P A