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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k TWELFTH TEAK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky Second Class Matter Publisher LANCASTER KY WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE 19 1901 ONE as 10 LOUIS DOLLAR A 1 T he toth VUMBEB LA1TTRAM YEAR S3- Scr fl Doors Ice lea Boxes in all Sizes RefrigeratorsCall Oil Stoves and Ranges Do your own cooking for 22C per week 1 1 BeazleyCo Funeral Directors KEEP COOL luQ Wid V White Mountain IJ J A l reaps 1 r IAELZMI Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty i ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward I I Reuben Conies to Town Our City Cousins to Drop in To day Bring their Jtnittin and Have OldTime Social Chat This morning at about 1030 oclock one of the linest trains ever sent out by the reliable old L and N railroad will pull into the Lancaster depot It will consist of several Pullman psil I I WM TlIVUIKlMKi Chin Transportation Committee ace cars a smoker baggage and din jug car The latter will be laden with everything calculated to please the inner man On hoard will be about one hundred of Louisvilles most and prominent business men all out for a visit to their friends in the Blue Crass region The local successful ffi Logan Dry Goods Co mimmmmmmmmmsm not Weather Bargains SEE OUR LINE OF I Dry Goods Lace Curtains I Carpets Shoes if Clothing Furnishing Goods sell these goods cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere m Logan Dry Goods Co J010jtJ00 1P00i fJff 70Jlj 7 0 0 I02 0jJff2 03fJ 0 10 m 0 o 0o o o o t I o m tel 0 0 I J I C o c D o o 0- o 0 0- fo o- We pr D c o o oo o0000000 oooo j i Commercial Club has been notified that the delegation wants every busi ness man in the town and county to meet the train come aboard get ac quainted and spend a time as their guests In order to do this the local people will assemble on the Public Square at ten oclock and proceed to the depot in a body After the arri val at the train and the reception there by the Louisville people the cn tire party will march up Stanford street around the Square and to the Opera House The famous Newsboys Hand of thirty men will precede the party and on arrival at the Court House will drop out and go to the front portico where will play until the party is really to leave they Mayor II Kinnaird Delivers the Key Arriving at Opera House Mayor II Kinnaird will present the key to the city and W 0 Bradley make an address of welcome Speeches will be made by several of the visitorsamong the number being Col Msirmsulukc B Bowden well known here After the speeches the party will repair to the elegant New Garrard GO Hotel where Mine Host T B Long will spread the following DUTCH LITXCII Cold Country liana Cold Tongue Imported Switzer Cheese Crowned Ham Sandwiches Tongue Sandwiches Switzer Cheese Sandwiches Chicken Salad Olives Tickles Slaw Bye Bread Salted Wafers Rsiddishes Milk Iced Tea The Cluh will also scvve the famous Fourth of July a soft drink which only Col Tom which is pronounced by all who have been up against it to be the finest drink a man ever surrounded Jt is very much on the order of lemonade only a little more strength is and will make a man wish with Ileliogabaus that his neck was a Stadia long that the pleasure may be prolonged This part of the pro gram will be wholly informal and dur ing its progress the business men will a Tlii Garruv HOTEL Butter Yhcrritt can mal cancl added sEI President II T Logan will Extend the Glad Hand engage in social chat swap lies talk about the neighbors and enjoy the se ductivc Havana As the visitors have to make several other towns today their stay will of necessity be rather brief but the program as given above will be carried out if we have to sort to force to keep our guests us At the Hotel reception Mr Hugh T Logan president of the local Com mercial Club will have charge and red sec that the visitors arc made to feel at home The following iiinns will be represented A very Sons B F Ahrens Olt mfg Co Baird Son David Bradstreet Co The Jirin leyHardy Co Bennett Diller Brennen S Co Agr Works Brown Forman Co Barrett John T Bray Clothing Co BridgesMcDowell Co Mallard Ballard Bowen Co E II Bowden Mannaduke B Brandies Son A- Hare ford Lawson California Fig Syrup Co Carter Dry Goods Co Campbell Co Clark Jr Co James Crutcher Starks Co J L nearing Chas T Falls City Lithographing Co Fehr Brewing Co Frank Franklin Printing Co Galt House Gernert Bros lumber Co Graham Harbison bright Co Illipp Richardson Co HoUenbach August Hyatt John 1 Jones JJros Co Kohlhcpp Win Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co Kentucky Wagon Mfg Co Louisville Hotel Louisville Paper Co Lewis Chambers Levy Bros Duncan Mclntosh Wright Millinry Co Mutual Life Insurance Co Mendel Weinstock Co Menne Candy Co Frank A Myers Bridges Co Morton Co John P Miller Bohannon Newman W II Otter Co Ox Breeches Mfg Co Petei Co Arthur PeasleeGaulberl PeterBauer Robinson Bros Co Robinson Norton M- llohinsonHughcs Co tot Co Rogers George M Ross A J SeelbacH Louis Speed Co J B Sperry I B Stewart try Goods Co Stolenhach Chas H Stratton Terstegge Struck Bros J X Strong Thalheimer Utica Co Whitesides I F Winter Jr Co Julius Wright Taylor Weikel Chair Co Lancaster oamereial lub This organization was formed about two years ago At the outset some good work was accomplished but in terest began to lag and Dually no at tempt was wade to hold meetings A few months ago some of the more en thusiastic business men began to real izc the fact that the only way lose cure improvements for the town was by organized effort and the Club was rjorganixed The roster of officers is follows HUGH T LOG AX Pres J W Vice Pres J M Farra Secy W 0 Iligney Treasurer DIUECTOKS Louis Landram John E Stormes John M Logan W 0 Iligney K F Postel The Club holds a regular meeting every month but called meetings are held whenever it is deemed necessary It is the purpose of this Club to push Lancasters interests and work for her advancement in business allairs Its members are young men who be liCe in uptodate methods and are men who will cheerfully give of their means to secure anything that will better the town and county The dues are but a trille and in fact are so small that any one can afford to come in except he be of the closelist ed kind who would be a drawback in ot a benefit to the organization The officers are always ready to attend the meetings The Club is to be upon having the best sec retary in the state Mr John M Far ra This man has done more to secure improvements for the town than any two others aud in making this state ment we know it will not be u He is gifted with the ability of setting out a plan so plainly that anyone can see the advantage If we had more men Uiko Farra Lancaster instead of Louis vine would soon be the metropolis of the state Died In Atlanta News was received yesterday of the of the infantson of Mr and Mrs William S Elkin in Atlanta The re were interred in that city Mr is a son of Capt T A Elkin of city and has many friends here who extend their sympathy r I Cummings Danforth S P I I cybach Bush IcA tee 1 CotCo1 Lime Elmore I instead congratulated contra- dIcted thereof 11 this Lou isviie C S 1 S C C C S G G bit S C C r C C mains on Me etc er in Jonx M FAIIA Secretary WANT TKA INS erc areAfiera Train Service vlii Will be of Inestimable ISeiielit livery one in Scetion of Kentucky As the proposition submitted to the ollicials of the L and X regarding the change of trains is not generally understood Tin will state ill a few words whit it is we want As is known we only have a passenger train through Lancaster night it running iron Cincinnati to Rowland old connecting with north and southbound Louisville Knoxville trains at Ilowlsmd and limning bat to Cincinnati reaching there at T50 a m This furnishes our people a most excellent mail and express service which is duly appre ciated but so far as passengers are concerned it works a hardship on them as it takes a nights rest going and another night out getting back from Louisville and almost time same in going to Cincinnati What we want is to have the day trains now running from Cincinnati to Livingston run to Rowland and connect there with Lou isvilleMiddlesboro trains north and south thus giving us a direct connec to Louisville and the people at Stanford Junction City Livingston Crab Orchard etc a direct connec tion to If the company will put on a ladies car at Louisville pull it to Rowland switch to KC train and run to Cincinnati old then run a ladies car from Cincinnati to Rowland and attach to Louisville train it will give a through ear ser vice from all towns on the K C and K to both Cincinnati and Louis vines it is now the Flay connections to Louisville arc all tight but coming house people on this branch are com pelled to wait several hours in We neglected to say above that our clay trains are mixed or jerk water trains i This change will save the company OIK train in that the crew can make the run from Chide nati old return as they do at night tool alternate with other crews thus keeping overwork our the men This whole proposition has been carefully prepared typewritten and tiled with the ollicials together with a time printed at this ollice showing the running time of all passenger trains the K C and K D The otlicials have had the matter under considera tion for some time and last week John M Farra Dr J B Kin naird old Louis Landram went to Louisville and had a long confab with Mr Phelps the master of transporta tion The latter said it would upset the running time which had been in yogic on the L and X for some 20 years However we believe that the railroad people will see the advanta ges it will derive from the change and make theif time cards accordingly We will say here that in order to fur ther reduce expenses on the K C the Lancaster people showed the company where they could run a through train from Msiysville to Louisville via Lex ington Paris Cynthiana Frankfort and return the saute lay thus giving a through car service from Northeastern Kentucky to Louisville something the company now does not furnish There are a number of oth excellent features in this matter but we havent the space here to go details The Water WorkM As our readers sire aware a vote was taken in this city two years ago next November on the question of grant a franchise for putting in a sys tern of water works The proposition carried by a majority practically lanimous in its favor of the grant ing of the franchise This franchise was sold to a St Louis firm there be ing other bidders or applicants in the held waiting to take it The limit of time granted the firm to put in the plant was two years For some we know not what nothing has ever been done by the St Louis peo ple The citizens of the town realiz ing our need of the system are very impatient on the subjectand steps will soon be taken to bring the matter to a successful end The wa ter is to be obtained from Dix river a distance of some three miles and will if if of is in I I tot atc D Stanford table growing W Ibis Ill ssrs g reason 1 t be taken from a hole of water about four miles in length into which pour numerous springs and has never been known to go dry or get low enough to become stagnant In the city agrees to rent enough lire lire plugs to protect property while the company receiving the franchise is to furnish a certain amount of wa ter for Hushing the streets As stated above the Commercial Club will take this platter it hand shortly and see that the will of the people expressed at the polls is carried out Surveyor at Work The Southern Railway has placed another corps of engineers at work to make a final or locating line through Garrard county TIll party common cd work at Burgin Thursday and will be in this county within the next few will require much more time than did the preliminary made some time ago Some of our weakkneed citizens will now probably come to the conclusion this road will be built and their idle salt about the work being dune to blun the Cincinnati Southern j people into a lease of their road As stated in Tin Ilt oii recently the deal for the Cincinnati Southern has ractieally been completed and only requires a few finishing touchesThat however has nothing whatever to do with the building of the extrusion This link is going to be made curl for the thousandth time RKCOIMI will say Garrard county will get it if She will give the right of way Boyle county is trying to move the earth and the fullness thereof to get the road and if they offer the right of way mull a big cash gift to the road the company as a matter of course will build that way in prefer cure to having to buy the right of way through this county A few wisea errs to whom THE RICOII does not toady and consult on every proposi tion that comes up have said this didnt know what it was talking about and when we said there would be smother survey made they simply hooted at the idea But our predic tions sire coming true just the same and oiif readers will see that thing we have claimed will come t pass AVe have doubtless made our readers weary with so much talk on this subject but if any one will sug more to Garrard county we will make hot haste to shut up on the subject Fortunately we have the cial Club organized on a firm basisand those people out in the county who are interested in the matter goodness knows you sill ought to bei will come in and add their names to the list at tend the meetings and conferences this right of way can be secured but the matter is allowed to drag along and every fellow wait for some one else to push it we will be left with the hag to hold Get in the band wagon and help root for your county We have the best one in the stsiteand lets pull for lien interest e t j the I uponthe inelli Till paper every cst a that is of uule impurt I Com mer qui Burr mat tee The Lancaster Graded School was organized by a direct vote of the peo ple living in Common School District No 24 in the spring of 18n and the first session of the school opened in the following September with six teachers and about one hundred and eighty pupils The school has steadily in popularity and attendance until now when there employed and about three hundred and fifty pupils enrolled The trustee this school purchased the property building and grounds belonging the trustees of Garrard College which is considered the most available graded school property in the state outside of the larger cities The main building a two story brick with large rooms and with a little will accommodate at least the hundred pupils The grounds cover an area of about five acres and sire ornamented with beautiful shade trees and flowers The entire property is valued at 25000 The school is maintained by a tax of 2i mills on all the property within the district and a poll tax of 150 The average cost of each child school per month is only about 148 When theamount of work is considered increased areeight teachers recitation remodeling property TIIK CKXTUAL RKCOKD was estsib listed April 1 ISiO by James faro formerly of the Danville Advo rate It was bought April 11 18 by the present owner Louis Landram The ollice in addition to being well equipped for printing the paper is fitted in shape for doing all kinds of job work The presses are driven by steam the RKCOUD is all R tirst class i c immune print tool is sent to its 1200 every Thursdsiyat SI 00 per year TIll HK OII s strictly a local paper and insikos no attempt sit tell the ollicisils how to govern the of the Nation lint sticks to its own local Held prints the home news old looks after the best interests of Lancaster and Garrard county readers affairs lug CIT FUAXUX J WHITE Eighty years old but three of brevier a clay on the RKCOUD and offers to run a foot race with any member of the Louisville delegation An liiiterprfoin hirer The oral Club is under Messrs Friedman Keller Co of Paducah the proprietors of the Pilgrimage in this city for favors in fur todays entertainment The Pilgrimage is one of the largest distilleries in the Blue Grass section and is said by those who are posted on such matters the best equipped Their goods have si national reputsi tion and are sold all over the country The firm is composed of gentlemen who are always ready to assist in any public enterprise and they have nev er failed to commie to the trout with a liberal donation whenever our citizens arranged fur the entertainment of visitors es galleys Distillery preparing tube THE LANCASTER GRADED SCHOOL a and the thoroughness cf the course of study the cost of education per less in Lancaster than any other graded school in the state There are twelve grades in the school including a four years course in the School Department one of the highest courses in The Grsided School is one of the affiliated schools of the state college and graduates from our school may enter the Junior class in the A M College without further exami nation The trustees have made hut two or three changes of the personnel of the faculty since the organization of the school and such changes as have been made have greatly benefitted the school The teachers in the var ious departmens are graduates ofsome of the leading colleges of our country and have malt special preparations for teaching In order demonstrate the close relation of sympathy with child and parent it is only necessary to say that there hats not been a pupil suspended or expelled from school for threeyears All in all the school is considered one of the best of its kind throughout the county after which many of our neighboring towns are modelling their schools and it is the pride of Lancaster I capitaI- S I II igh the state I I i C teacher i Our Mixed Paints i are i guaranteed a4 1 t CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper LOUIS LANDKAM Editor and Iulilislier tftcr Ky June I WK will have within our gates to day a body of the best and most suc ccssful business men in the South Although they will tarry but an hour or so yet their visit will he apprecia ted by every one who is for progress and new ideas At lirst thought this visit appears to have been gotten for the sole purpose of getting a good chance to sell goods This is a mista ken idea The visitors do not propose to talk shop They merely come to get better acquainted with the local business men in order that the people out in the state and those of the city of Louisville will come in closer con tact and feel more like pulling togeth CI for the advancement of the states interests Louisvilles interests arc Garni rd countys interests What is of benclit to us is of final benefit to them What the hustling business men of Louisville are after is to awak en the citizens of Kentucky to tIle importance of developing to the full est extent the many resources of the state Every man knows that our state is about one hundred years be hind the procession and they also know reason therefor is the fact that there has been no organized upon the part of our people bring out the many natural resources we have at hand AVe all tie painfully aware of the tact that the advancement of Ken lucky has been greatly hampered and retarded by an overproduction of pol tics and jackleg politicians Jn order that our party may win we have voted for anything stuck on the tick et wholly without regard to its qualification for ollice The result of this has been the enactment of laws that drive capital from our state and make the monied mince here afraid to invest a dollar simply because they have no assurance whatever that a fool will not be enacted that will batiK rapt them The business men of Louisville have undertaken to arouse the people of the state to the necessity of giving more attention to developing our re sources pulling together and work lug for the advancement of Ken tuckys welfare In this they should receive time earnest support of every true Kentuckian The people should lay aside politics for a while go to work and try to improve our state so that capital will lied its way into our borders skilled laboring men will come here without fear of either taxed to death or shot by some streetcorner bating politician One of the greatest mistakes of Kentuckians is time foolish idea that they must go to some city other than Louisville to buy their goods Every honest merchant in the will agree that it is not right to buy goods away from house when they can get the same articles from wholesale men in their own state just as good and oftentimes cheaper han what they buy in other states Ayy man will say Oh yes I would like to Louisville lead other cities in volume of business but how do you it to do so if you buy your goods from some upEast Yankee and send your money where you will never see it any more This is a pretty serious and unless the merchants think over the matter and do their part Louisville they should yelling to the trade in their about gointr away to buy goods We never saw a Kentuckian who would not blow of the fact that he was bred in old Kentucky Well if he is so proud of the fact why doesnt lie think other Kentuckians are good enough for him to spend his money with Its a poor rule that will not work both ways Our local readers know we arc a crank on time subject of patronizing home industries but we will never regret one word we have said in preaching that gospel j I LZUEu 1901 upI the effort t lift being problem toward hometown J e t VLlactx t stat se expec qui PURE DRUGS Cigars Tobacco lI 4o H t t1 4 Yt Q g 0 0 Pw ocooo0o0ooooo f Toilet 0a v PTSIo tuft iUJ tTY 0 0s STORE DRUG t t llox MXKK HAXXA has been ap pointed a colonel on the staff of some high mogul in the G A It This is all right and entirely in keeping with such organizations Nine out of tern leaders in the old soldiers were never within ten miles of a battle Those who bore the bur den and heat of the day luring the civil war were glad to quit talking about the trouble as soon as peace was declared but the campfollower gets in his work in making speeches at reunions old telling how we whipped em There are honorable in both the G A II and Confederate organizations we admit but take it up one side and down the other the larger part thereof were never in hearing distance of a battle They ought to quit talking about that trouble anyway and if a few of the burrtail element could be squelched it would never be brought up OXK of the most obliging men we have heard of was the multimillion aire president of the Wells Fargo Ex press Ci Miss Cornelia Baxter of Wyoming was engaged to another fellow but President Tevis millions tickled her fancy and she sent back the other fellows lock of hair and married Tevis Jn less than a month Tevis died leaving the young widow a million dollars She will now wed the sweetheart of her childhood days and often think what a clever fellow Tevis was CYiins IIYUVKST Four weddings in Cynthiana Tonight reads a glar ing head line in a daily paper With all this boom down there and yet the name of Jim Allen has not been given as one of the promising and promi nent grooms Come down here old boy well fund you a woman who wants to take a joy to raise lima IltiNDiiiCK an evangelist Omaha says In country towns its the Sundiy barber shops and not the bar rooms that are demoralizing the young men lie has evidently been up against a Sunday shave town If one of them would not de moralize a man he must be made of unusually good stuff IOJ ISVIILK Louisville is the gateway to the South and has a population within a radius of four 400000 Louisville has 10 great Railroad sys Louisville has time largest Hanking capital in the South Louisville is the largest tobacco market in the world Louisville is the largest whisky mar ket in time world Louisvslle is the largest Jeans mar ket in the world Louisville leads the world in cement plows farm wagons and sole leather Louisville market for live stuck is unequaled in the world Louisville houses ultra large and magnificent lines of dry goods cloth ing hauls and shoes hats millinery hardware etc second to no other city in the world LAMASTKK HAS Four Churches One School Two Hanks Three flouring Mills capacity i 0 barrels per day Three Planing Mills One Distillery capacity Two Carriage Factory Three Hardware Stores Three Drug Stores Five Dry Goods Stores Three Millinery Stores Three Clothing Stores Eight Grocery Stores Two Stores Two Jewelry Stores Five Saddle and Harness Stores Two Carpet Stores Two Butcher Shops One General Produce House Four Blacksmith Three Barber Shops One Bowling Opera House Three Hemp handling houses One Tobacco handling house Three Livery Stables Three Hotels the Garrard Mason and Best One Building and Loan Association One Restaurant Three Coal Merchants One Marble Yard One Training Stable One Stock yard capacity lf00 Commercial Club One Electric Light Plant One Telephone system covering en tire county with connections to all principal cities One Railroad L N Call at McRoberts Drug Store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are an elegant physic They also im prove the appetite strengthen the di gcstion and regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect except ions of- I in a sm1l miles of Items Furniture Shops- c Alley tOne every associations saddler y Nom Graded C AUK A no ooiiViY uud vc Need Little more lliiMtliii Needed Garrard county is considered one of the best counties in the state or in the Blue Grass belt It extends from Southeast to Northwest 40 miles to the East and West eighteen miles centrally located in the State time soil is diversified front East to West we have limestone formation Northeast sandstone the soil is very rich and productive The farnifis are honest intelligent industrious and are busily engaged In raising im of hemp wheat to bacco corn etc The principal pro duct of time last year or the crops of 1100 total yield of hemp about 1200000 pounds revenue to time farmers of 140000 wheat 500000 bushels 210000 tobacco over lr00 000 610r 000 corn 0000 bushels 0000 Bluegrass grows luxuriant the soil being naturally adapted to it Our farmers Ire engaged extensive ly in feeding and grazing cattle for export also hogs sheep horses and mules for which the county has the reputation of having the best in the StateLancaster the county seat is a live town with a population of about two thousand the residences are well cared for the yards are green and the streets clean The business houses are large and commodious none better in the State two excellent banks two Hjuring mills two hemp and grain warehouses two planing mills hotel facilities rue excellent and without exception the best Graded School in the State Some of our business citi zeus have retired with a sullicient competency The young men of time town have been brought up in a bus ness atmosphere and former Lancas ter young men can be found engaged in successful business in almost ever v town of importance in the South WestOur little city is noted for its kind ness to strangers and guests within her gates are treated with the most generous We need another Railroad we have no complaint whatever to in a k e against the Louisville and Nashville wl ish passes through our city and does an immense business We should ask ourselves the question What would our town and county be without the L and N Railroad We are time the friends of the L and N railroad and we must say in all earnestness and kindness they are to their customers We dont want to detract or deprive the L N railroad of any her business Hut we believe with another line of Rail road through our city the business would be more than doubled and the business of the L and N would 1 e increased rather than decreased with another line of railroad both roads would have a good paying business at this place We think the busine s the county should put forth every effort possible to secure another railroad the extension of the Southern from Hurgin Lancaster to Jcllico This line will certainly be built we think there is no mistake about it But should remember the surveyors are at work running different lines to tiin the most practicable route thru adjoining counties arum shrewd busi ness men in times towns and counties realizing the benefits to be derived from the road arc at work to secure this extrusion through their county and town so let us make no objections or throw any obstacles in the way of this extension of the Southern rail road be willing to accept reasonable damages for lands over which it may pass is our great opportunity will we work for it or sit idly until the opportunity is past and time road built and running within hearing distance of the whistle of the locou o tivcy If the cltizensof Garrard couity would join their interest in working fur this railroad every one working to one end what could they not ac complish This road would be built beyond doubt via Lancaster A Gentle mint In our style of climate with itssud den changes of tcmpture rain 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 resultingdirect ly from this cause A bottle of Bos chees German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of or four doses For curing Hemorrhages Pneumonia Severe Coughs Croup or any other disease of time Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle free at Stormes Drug Store Regular size Toots Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 flits McKinleys condition contin ues to show improvement Mr W S Whedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset I wa in a recent letter gives sonic ex perience with a carpenter in his em ploy that will be of value to other mechanics lie says I had a car penter working for me who was to stop work for several days on ac count of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been similarly troubled and that Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed that one dose cured him and he is again at his work For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist or to but I niemse quantities county 1 and hospitality accomll1o la ing and men of Laneas tel time citizens of i c iSC r I j 1 hi located Consumption obliged a t Feet Facts nN lllut no lase all and t n thre LKHAUJIEUSYILLJS Fume rains last week J J Thompson is able to be out Little Ruth Rogers fell last week and broke he arm S Morgan bought several hogs in this neighborhood for ic DM Anderson sold two sows and pigs to Bird Matheney for 32 50- J B Hutchins is having a cistern dug which will be completed soon W P Grimes traded a nice mare to R A Matheney for a nice work mule Mr and Mrs A J Thompson W II Brown and wife and Jack wife were caned to Rockcastle coun ty Friday to attend the burial of Mrs Thompsons father In this hour of distress wo point you to Jesus may the Lora sustain you all Our camp meeting is almost here We will have a large dining hall where all can get plenty to eat at ii cents per meal families camping on the grounds will be fed at about half price Persons wanting tents must notify J L Hutchins not later than June 2 and they will be furnished at i each Mr John L Kennedy has been spend ing a few days with home folks Ir Ilizer gave a strawberry supper a few nights report a nice time John Blankenship and daughter of Livirgston are visiting their parents Henry Blankenship and wife Mrs Lela Rigsby has been visiting her sis ter Mrs Gray at Lebanon Junction for a few days Mr and Mrs Menifee- Elmorc were visiting W II Cummins and family last week Miss Katers has been visiting friends at Rowland JILES Farmers arc greatly behind with their work A few good laboring men can fine employment in this neighborhood Unless work is soon done on crops they will fall short A II Bastin of your city will soon have telephone wires stretched to this point He is a hustler and a fine bus ines man His son Henry is a young fellow While attempting to cross the swol len creek at the mouth of Paint Lick the tenyearold son of John Simpson was drowned horse fell and he was unable to reach the shore His was found next morning lodged in a brush pile lIe was a bright lit tle fellow and the family have sym pathy in their great loss JUIKSOX Spring chickens arc ripe in this More damage was done by rain in this section last Thursday than for years Sonic corn fields wont need the last ploughing facie Horatio Naylor was reported dead however the report is falsecon scquently Uncle Derashy is still on deck and at his post George W Naylor Sen is quite sick James M Saunders remains in a critical con dition Taylor Raney our enterprising mer chant is doing a land ollice business with his grist mill Little girls of the neighborhood go to mill and are delighted in more ways than one Last Friday we met a beautiful dam sel apparently about sixteen sum hers on horseback on her way to mill Eye hath not seen ear hath not heard neither hath it entered into the heart of man what the twentieth century hath in store for woman prin cipally because of the cussedness of men 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 sayIng the second good health by using Greens August Flow er Should you be a despondent suf ferer from any of the effects of Djs pepsin Liver Complaint Appended tis Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the head Nervous Pros tration Low Spirits etc you need not suffer another day Two doses of the well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to Stormes drug store and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 Cannibals massacred two missiona ries and fourteen native teachers in New Guinea The missionaries were eaten- e Eczema saltrheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are quickly cured by DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salve The certain pile cure F P FrisbieSharp Nose an Arapahoe Indian chief who has caused Indian agents much trouble is dead A surgical operation is not necessa ry to cure piles DeWitts Witch Ha zle Salve saves all that expense and never fails Beware of counterfeits F P Frisbie Five negro murderers were execu teat simultaneously at Sylvania Ga A Gourd Cougli Medicine It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamber mains Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction tj myself and customers says Druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and colds and for the cough following la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist T Sutuon and agoall splendid body u I again I Iris locality The son of Gun Phil Sheridan was reduced to the ranks from a lieuten ancy in the West Point cadet corps 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 risbic Henry E Jenkins former Mayor f Bowling Green lied from illness cans ed by an over hearty vegetable dinner was married only a few days ago A few months ago food which 1 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 relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for sto mach troubles JI S Pitts Arlington Tex Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat Frisbie John Wanamaker has offered a imum of 00000 to the city of for street railway franchises about to be granted to politicians with promise to give the city noth ingDyspeptics cannot be long lived be cause to live requires nourishment Food is not nourishing until it is di gested A disordered stomach cannot digest food it must have assistance Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests all kind of food without aid trout time stomach allowing it to rest and regains its nat ural functions Its elements are ex actly the saute as the natural digestive Iluids and it simply cant help but do you good F P Frisbie According to reports from the cot ton belt the prospects are favorable for an abundant yield of the Southern staple though the planters have in cjrred heavy expenses in keeping their fields in good condition You may as well expect to run a steam engine without water as to find an active energetic man with a torpid liver and you nay 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 Chan berlains 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 2 cents Samples free at R E McRoberts drug store There are two ways at looking at a firm It may be worth 0 per acre to sell and yet may be worth 100 to keep It may not be a good policy to sell a good farm if the money is not needed A Sprained tinkle OiiicktyCureil At one time 1 suffered from a se ere sprain of the ankle says Geo E Ciry editor of the Guide Washing ton Va After using several well recommended medicines without suc cess 1 tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that relief came as soon as began its use and a com plete cure speedily followed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist lIt 1 1 minI i sometimes n 1 l Philadelphia N kaos RISK t BUGGIES SURRIES PHAETONS ROAD WAGONS HARNESS AND THE CELEBRATED t MITCHELL FARM t Our prices for thirty days cant t be duplicated Peters Shoe Have made a record with us We have sold more by 100 per ct than we expectedto You Know What That Means It means that our shoes are sat isfactory in every sense of the word comfortable and that they wearMens Shoes 350 Womans Shoes 250 All the latest toes All the popular leathers Your size and width Childrens Headquarters- See if we cant save you money Ward Sympson JOHN JOHNSTON CIVIL EXGIXKEK Lancaster Ivy COLXTV SUKVKYOIi All business promptly to W McC JOHNSTON JOIN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY t i rta ARE t f i WAGON f t t t ut e lcd iIIEAQUARTERSFOR o 4 DIamonds Clocks r Jewelry Sterlioir Silver r Cut Glass Fancy China Fancy Ms Japanese j Novelties Etc i XO 10J DANVILLE AVE j Call me up when want 1 ing anything in our line Phone 110 I They USE the BEST 7IMMER the BAKEU uses WARDS FLOLM and the fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballon Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co R L Underwood T Frank Lackey F Owens AVe back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter Hour made than WHITE SWAX and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ivy OTiro over Thompsons BEAZLEY IJ TH MPSJ 1 TTT T 1 Watches i r and I I T T j I 4- T l II I j 1- T OOOOOoouooooo 00 000 1 I I I I i I i I I I I I lI IS Elkm II II I I 4 I I IG 1V i n I A S S S t 00040000000000000oooooaooooooooooa tort- S Teeth extracted without ruin with Vitalized Air Office in the Bookout Bnildlue Duiiville street oppo rte Presbyterian church 1 BREEZY There is somthing Breezy about our LightWeight SUMMER SUITS Everyone that has seen them lilies them and says they are handsome They impart a cool and refreshing feeling of satisfaction to the wearer They are fashioned right and fit is exact THIN PRICES on every suit Try one they are and economical ooOOOOOOCOOO OC8OOOOOOOOOOO OOCOOC o t t1 I I I i I t 0 coolcomfortable II ooooooooooooooooooooooo oooo00 70OQOPOiQIQGt OUa0agfb000 000 tQ400000000b001004 0044d004M4II t Negligee Shirts 4 f Its now time for Summer Shirts 4 and we are ready with the finest show ing ever brought to town Counter after counter box after box of gee Shirts all kind to fit all shapes of men No Negligee Shirt that is worth having can be bought for less than 4 uOuts No Negligee shirt can be found anywhere better than our best at 100 iThere are many new styles out for Spring and Summer wear but find them all here ti t Negli t t I 4 your 4 Sftrt Waists liens Shirt Waists are going to go You cant stop them Theyre coo I and comfortable and men will wear them We have them The man who has never had on a Shirt Waist dont know what comfort is on a hot sum mers day Try one and you have got to come to it We nave them in Per 4 Madras cut in the proved styles t f f I t t j and mos apt tt c tlcs I 4 w All the latest styles and shapes in Ladies and Gents Fine Footwear Summer Neckwear as hand some as dye can make it H T LOGANThe OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher II X IX ooc OOCK 040040000400004000AN000 0040N1N11Qa4140440401Mi10004N14N4 OO Ky041 1 A GREAT REDUCTION IN niLLINERY From now on during the summer we will sell 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 RespectfullyNOEL SISTERS 0i01 0700 lffliifft0 jj1 AI 2 f f2 f l f I 1fjj anything tit J Where the Home pddod 4ddd C PEOPLE Jc have 0- 1isited Mr Owen Shugars is visiting in ouisville r Mr Tom Johnston who has been quite ill is much improved Emma Hood left yesterday to visit relatives in Winchester Leslie Herndon is down fro in Siiaight Creek for a few days Mrs John M Farra has about fully recovered from her recent illness Miss Olivia Sweeney is at home af ter attending school in Lexington- Mr II W liaison of Lexington has been visiting his father Mr 11 II Bat Mrs John Uaughman of Boyle vis ited relatives here Saturday and Mrs Ed Hamilton and children of Louisville are guests of Mrs Eliza Eason Powell of Ilustonville is the guest of Miss Katie Simpson at the Mason hotel Misses Minnie Eastman of Danville spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Jno E Stormes Miss Gcorgie and Kate Henry have returned from a pleasant visit to Danville Mr McGill of Cincinnati has been visiting his cousins Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Mrs George Bruce and son Howard of Danville have been visiting Judge Eph Brown and wife Mr McKee Kinnaird and wife of Pafcville are visiting the family of Squire W H Kinnaird Berca Citixcn Mr and Mrs Geo M Patterson of Lancaster were at Commencement Miss Louise Kautfman who ted last week at UJchmond College is at home for the summer Mr and Mrs Lynn Hudson of New Orleans are expected this week to visit Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Ilarrodsburg Sayings Misses Mary visited Miss Minnie Hiker Saturday and Sunday- II B and family of Paris were visitors to relatives here Sunday and Monday Mr Arnold now has a run on the L and N between Paris jj l Lexington Col R W Brown managing editor of the Louisville Times was to have been the iiest of Louis Landram but the illness of his wife pre vented his coming Misses Gr ice Kinnaird Mary Gill Messrs Herbert Kinnaird Lour and Will West leave this week to join a house party given by Misses Patti and Maggie Barbourville Danville News Mr O W Rigney and daughter Miss Lena of Lancas ter were in Danville yesterday Miss lligney will remain over few days with friends MissEIixaSmith of Lancaster is visiting Mrs Thomas Gentry in this county Miss Bradley of Lancastes spent T nesday in this city shopping s sol I and of Lancaster today for a Christine xf Sunday Miss visitors grad aa Gill Gntce Eiunaird Arnold i flu rnsiden Mrs D M Lackey is visiting rein tines in Richmond Miss Mary Arnold is in Crab visiting her aunt Mrs Fish Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned from a visit to Danvilie relatives TA few friends stormed Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconer r Thursday evening Misses Bertha and Mary Landram Burnside are in Paint Lick attending a house party Mr and Mrs J E Stormes have re turned from a delightful trip to the Buffalo Exposition Dr Donald McDonald and wife of Danville have been visiting Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Miss Lizzie Simpson of Marksbury is the guest of her aunt Mrs U D Simpson at Mason hotel Miss Lucy Francis and grandmoth er of Paint Lick have been with Mrs J S Robinson Danville avenue Misses Lula Simpson of Marksbury and Annie Yantis of McCreary visit cd Miss Mary Simpson this week Mr and Mrs Charles Dcnman of Mr Alex West and family have returned to their home in olasville Mr and Mrs William Cook arc re joicing over the arrival of a pretty lit tle daughter who made her once Shelby Tribblc of Tn K PKCOKD of lice spent Sunday with home folks in Richmond He has taken a room at Water street Mr J S Marrs the popular and obliging clerk at Hotel Myndon Rich mond was here a few days the past week with his mother Mrs Margaret Marrs Mr and Mrs John E Stormes and Mr and Mrs F P Frisbie the State Druggist meeting at Crab Orchard There arc many pill rollers at the meeting and all are haYing a great time Messrs John Burnside F B Marks bury Ben HcJiidoii Branan Bealey Herbert Kinnaird Louis and Will West Will Sam and Marshall Denny attended the Crab Orchard ball Fri day evening Speaking of the Odd Follows dcco ration ceremonies at Stanford the Journal says lion R II Tomlinson of Lancaster delivered an add res that was pronounced by his friends as the effort of his life Stanford Democrat Mrs M F Elkin has been suffering pain occasioned by some sort of an insect Hying into her right car which is still considerably swollen The claim of Bro Jake Joseph the princely merchant of Lancaster that he wrote the speech that Bro Tomlinson ered here on Tuesday afternoon is pre posterous and nobody who heard him say so believes it lie may know how to sell calico all right but his honest scissors cant clip from the English vocabulary systematically words out of which to manufacture a speech like that one The bilious tired nerveous man not successfully compete with his hea lthy rival DC Witts Little Early Ris ers thefamous pill for constipation will remove the cause of your troubles F P Frisbie I ich I appears Thursdayt deli I i v Orchard visitors 1 car arc atteulin excruiciatil ca l fSJ lfiIJEJ We BVERYTBIIG U BD in P AIITING II Will give an absolute Guarantee I That it is the Best in town have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof Paint Filler Hard Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var nishes Putty Sand Paper Etc and it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE Handler I a We Wood 2 THE HOME NEWS j JAU AI It 150 to Cincinnati and return The telephone exchange will be moved next week First degree work at Masonic lodge next Tuesday oven ting The meeting at the Christian church will close Thursday night The Knights of Pythias will work in the second degree Friday night Recent rains have washed the roads and in many places it will require much time and money to put them in good shape Come up town this morning at 10150 and hear the band concert Put on your best bib and tucker as were going to have company Parties wishing to engage a good brass band at a reasonable price should address Dave Payne Crab The boys have a good band there now Louisville Times Editor Louis Landram of the CKXTIJAL Kicoiiat Lancaster is one of the best the business lie has added new machinery and type to his ollicc and has employed additional help to handle his growing job trade Would Look Well Several public spirited citizens are talking of making a Hoer bed in time center of the Park on the spot former ly covered by the old band stand This would make a big improvement and if loafing boys could be kept off the grass the place would be very attrac five all summer Push it along Death of Ilium Many Lancaster friends extend to Judge M C Saulley and upon the death of his daugh Mrs Jennie Dunn who died in Stanford Tuesday afternoon of last week Deceased was an unusually bright and attractive woman a thor Christian and beloved by all who knew her Funeral services were held Wednesday and the remains in totted in Buffalo Cemetery Decoration The local lodges of Knights of Pythias and Maccabees held their decoration services Sunday Speeches were madcat the court house by Rev Mr Wolford and lion R II Tomlinson after which the members marched to the Cemetery and placed hadsoinc designs of lowers on the graves of departed brothers Both these orders have a large membership in Lancaster An JJiijoyable The hard rain prevented the Lan caster crowd from attending the open ing uall at Crab Orchard Springs but there was a big crowd there and the famous resort had the appearance of the good old day when it was crowded from tirst door to garret with all over the country Every appoint ment is class this season and the parties going there will spend the time must pleasantly and profitably To Good Komi Convention Judge Joe S Ilobinson received notice from Gov IJeekham of his ap pointment as a delegate to the Good Kernels Convention which meets in Louisville Mayor Kinnaml has also appointed Mr O T Wallace as a dele These two gentlemen are thor oughly posted on such matters and better selections could not have been made The convention is of vast importance to the people of the as nothing will be of more benefit to the citizens than good roads Ahead or Time In order to assist in entertaining the Lousville business mon and give each of them a copy of Tun RECOUP containing information concerning what we have up here in Goer coun try we print the paper on Wednesday this week instead of its regular time Thursday is full of job work we didnt have the time to as an elaborate issue as we intond ed but the Louisville boys will find time when they get home to over the paper and see whats going on in Lancaster Card of Thank The undersigned committee in of the Knights of Pythias and the Knights of Maccabees extend the sincere thanks of those orders to dames G M Patterson J M Logan Misses Robertson Johnston Burnslde- I Batson Messrs R II Batson and R G j Ward for the excellent music by them during decoration I on the IGth The sweet melody added much to the tribute paid in j memory of deceased brother Knights J II Bates J Joseph- R II Tomlinson M D Hughes I Committee jgl Hindi Damage by ItuiiiM The fierce rain storm of Thursday pri did considerable damage to crops and pikes all over the county year the l double toll gate on Richmond pike a 23 culvert and about twenty feet of tho 5 road were washed away leaving a hole about ten feet deep across thp nj highway A great number of small M bridges in the county were swept K away while corn other growing S3 crops were in many places stripped for fljj a res In town the streets el and the sidewalks completely sub merged during the storm Several p j hard showers have falleirsi nee and the prospects for plenty of water this HJ summer arc very favorable crs ed ry a all it ill t I I I I hustlers- in SerI ecoan- n IlI cut Ii tst ate state- n rg As our behalf Ics furnished ceremonies S Sunday Orchard ICeeordoopliuu Mrs er ugh Li ollico gout hoc 0 0 Lil 0 and werQt1 F cud Reeds circus showed to a small crowd here Thursday It was one of the old time road variety but on a small scale They had several good perform but a bum band and no animals The Elk are Hustler The Elks of Danville have appoint a committee from among their number to circulate a petition for signers requesting the to establish the free delive of mails in Danville of Harrotlbnrr VIii all iamcM What the Ilarrodsburg baseball team did for Lancaster last week was bountiful sulliciency Three games were played the visitors winning all The first was a fair game time second was rotten while the third was as warm a number as one cares to see the score being 2 to 0 These two scores were made on a bunglesome error which if avoided would have made the best game ever plaved in central Ken Ilarrodsburg had players from parts of the globe betas Lancaster had the privilege of doing the same thing theres no room for a kick on thatpoint Ilarrodsburg had time best team ever seen in this section In Had Condition Danville AdvocateApplication was this week made asking that a cum mittee be appointed from the mem bers of the Fiscal Court to inspect and ascertian whether or not toll could be lawfully collected on the short pike between Hedgeville and Dicks river This is the road on which the toll gate has been guarded by the county for several nights on account of raiders having several times destroyed time gate by dynamiting Taylor Terhune and W II Gray magistrates inspected time road in compliance with time law and reported the road bed and guard rails along the dills out of repair and was ordered that no more toll be collected until the road is put in con dition 11 a Booted an OHicv Lexington Leader It is now defi nitely stated that exGovernor W O Bradley will make his future residence and will practice law in Louisville having secured office quarters at the of Sixth street and Court Place Homer Batson the young attorney of Lancaster Ky who recently came here to practice law has been asked by Governor BratMey to go with him his law oiiice Mr Bat son received a letter yesterday from Governor Bradley notifying him of his arrangements A number of corpora tions kayo already retained him as counsel It is also reported from a re liable source that he not actively engage in politics any more but devote his time exclusively to the practice of law Ills family nov at Lancaster will remain there until the end of the summer when it will perhaps be rc moved to Louisville Contra at Stanford The seventh annual Blue Grass elocutionary contest will be held in Waltons opera house Stanford next Friday evening June 21 The prize is choice between a solid gold watch or diamond ring There are eight enties the following towns being M on Sy tuck cia I in that will I Post office Department sty airs MissTiiKO represented Flemingsburg Stanford- k Lancaster Danville rodsburg Millersburg Miss Theo Hemphill will represent Lancaster her subject being The SoldiersJoy You had best telephone for a seat as they are selling rapidly Oarrard County Medical Soviet The Garrarel County Medical Socie ty convened in the parlors of the New Hotel on Friday evening at six oclock The purpose of lug was for a reorganization and forming a society of the physicians of Lancaster and the county of Garrard The following M Ds were elected officers of the society for time ensuing year President Dr Mack Elliott of Bryantsville Vice President Dr Edwin Poynt Paint Lick Secretary and Treasurer Dr II M Grant on Questions and Subjects Drs Acton Cassenburg and Sandlin Com mittee of Censors Drs Herring Yes ley rand Kinnaird Dr Kinnaird was chosen to read an essay on typhoid fever History Pathology and Etiolo gy and Dr Poyntg an essay also on typhpid fever Prognosis Diagnosis and treatment Dr Cassenburg will a voluntary paper At 7 oclock the society temporarily adjourned for supper in room of the Garrard Hotel and after an elegant and most enjoyable repast reconvened After some minor busi ness discussions and which must all the members participated the society adjourned to meet again on the first Friday in July H M Grant M D Secy Ion ticello the meet Committee glue motionsin r It ng ITEM liiiLL ha Cal rar1 Prof J Walter Wilson who is Rev A R Moore in a meeting at the Christian church will give a lecture on Thursday night on Charles Sheldons great book entitled In His Steps or What would Jesus Do 2so recent book has enjoyed such an immense sale in this country and in England as Dr Sheldons Prof Wilson illustrates his lecture by stercopticon views He also sings several songs including the Holy City This lecture has been a number of has been well every received everywhere The Press Post of Columbus Ohio speaks it in the following terms in its of April Mr J Walter Wilson the Singing Eyaugelist of Indiana lectured last night in the Central Christian church Sheldons Book In His Steps The lecture was illustrated by nearly two hundred magnificent stereopticon views and was interspersed with such songs as The Holy City and The Ninety and Nine which Mr Wilson yang with great power and expression The large audience was delighted and inspired to nobler Christian effort and sacrifice The meeting will close on Wedncs and the lecture will be on Thursday night A small will be charged Children 10 cents grown people 20 cents Prof Wilsons work here has been greatly enjoyed and no doubt many will take advantage of the last opportunity to hear him All kind of machinery repaired at Conns Scrivens Drawers at UOc Yard m pson Ladies see the woolfinished at Josephs Sheer Corded Dimities in great pro fusion at Josephs Handsome line of mercerized fou lards at Josephs A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys Handsome stock of heavy twilled crash at Josephs We buy old gold and silver Thomp son the Jeweler 2t Organdies Lawns and Dimities at Ward Capital wagon the best vagon made Sold by Gaines Bros If you want the host Coffee on time market go to Currey Extra nice country hams to lnlbs each at Wan v SyiTfpsoTi See our beautiful lines of madras pique and corded madras clothJ Let us show you our line Shirts and Underwear Ward Sympsun We are making a big drive in this week Come and see them J Joseph Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey Ward Sympson will not bother you by sending a boy to take your or Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places We sell line table syrup at 20cts per gallon and old rio coffee at lOots The Blue Grass Grocery Co 100000 feet pine popular and oak boxing also a lot of fencing Must be sold R G Ward A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Lea veils Planing Mill Also a lot of chicken feed r 304t When you want anything in our line Just ring up 100 and it will be deliver cd promptly Ward Sympson Dont fail to get prices on Surrey Buggy Phaeton Harness and Saddle ry at Conns cheaper than the Notwithstanding the high price of hogs now prevailing we will sell you pure loaf lard at the low price of Sets Blue Grass Grocery Co Ward Sympson have just received lot of Peters Shoe Cos Shoes All the very latest and uptodate A look will convince you Fanner 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 Must complete line of Bug gies road Wagons c must go You I need our vehicles wo want your mon ey Conns Carriage Come boys and eat all you want Just think we sell you fresh ginger snaps and crakers at the low price of 4cts Blue Grass Grocery Co Our ladies hosiery is the prettiest ever seen in Lancaster Come look at the stock and we know youll be sat isfied J Joseph I am agent for the Nicholasville Steam Laundry Good work and prompt delivery Headquarters at Logan Dry Goods Co June 132t Willie Fox Logan A New Name Liberty Bell is the name of the flour we are now making to sell at per sack Like all of Wards flour is equal to any brand of its grade White Swan and Gilt Edge still retain their high standard of excellence Your grocer will supply Bates the Miller Lot L UIi delivered- in largecities and i night admission Sympson 1 ti deIs- t GoA Housed it your I ln Sii4pr assisting Issue given C challis G C parasols C cheapest anew 5 THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 25000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 00 Address all correspondence to HloMio Oillce LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Good terms to firstclass agents Notwithstanding the fact that The Season is Well On We still have in s and on display a Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we cite please you SALLIE D TILLETT The Time For j TORNADOES Has Arrived j Several cities and towns have been E greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3 VIOLENT WINDS E Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest line of IMPORTED WALL PAPERe- ver shown in this from th3 cheapest to the the lowest possble prices 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 3 rr r ri i 1 rmfriJ lil1EJ EJrilJEJ m fS I oc I 1ii1 ffiJ I LrEJ J I E W lLn s33 ian ExpertPaper 2 D n nrnr irr rotor rm nrnrm 1 E r tor 71 t111t1uJ1111 uiu u u uJu JtIJUJI11lIJIlJU udU 1I s R Representing Following Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Season 1101 EAGLE BIRD u KINNAIRDINSURANCE Actna Life Ins HartfordConnog SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 16 hands high heavy mane and toil Great KING EAGLE Winner of 40 Blue Ties EATIE BIRD was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares He will make the season at Tho Banghmans place four from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to Insnie a Colt Will also stand firstclass mule Jack at 47 to insure Jno S BaughmanDanville Sired by the Ocmiles LiviD precut i ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BANS Ttvniafcv TV Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful sad PromptAtt atloaGHrmate J M HieeiMBOTHAM LKWIB Y LKAVMJ B F HUDSON W O RlSNZT CD WALKBB PrMlden YlcePreildent CMhiei Assistant Cashr Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JM HieeiMBOTHAM Lrwia Y T M ABU OLD B F HUDSON JVALKM Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly- at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the New Tort Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insirance CITIZEN F L TLL CI- r G n SWilltebrolulA t t 4 Lons SKIJLISACH Proprietor of the Handsome Hotel bearing his name Louisville Ky June 15 On Board of Trades Business Mens Ex cursion which left here this for a tour of the Bluegrass district Con IaYe OOlllerS tIe were a number of boomers for the 2Sth Triennial Conclave of the Knights Templar of the United States to in Louisville Aug 2730 The conclave will be the star event in the C TLEIX beheld BiEclaRiDG1 history of the South and promises to draw rich benefits to the entertaining city and the State because of the throngs of strangers it will attract Cor FILXli FEll IL TNO A STUATTON from all sections of the country All the Louisvillians whose photo graphs accompany this article are prominent members of the Board of Trade and conspicuous among the con crave promoters Breckinridge Cas A N STRUCK ticman is a son of Gen John B Cas tleman and is associated with his in the insurance business W L Lyons is a prominent broker John father L LYONS J 1V A Stratton is one of the best real estate men in the metropolis ol of the State while Frank Fehr is pro knot I I j I I I f I I z r 13 15 prietor of this citys largest brewery F IJ is of Green Sons shoe merchants and A X is in the lumber business LouisSeel badi is proprietor of the hotel hear ing his name A fund of 100000 to which Knight Templarin Kentucky contrib has been raised for the cnter tainment of the conclave 3IAlHiSJlTKY eyjrjrMfnjni here attended preach ing at Bryantsvillc Sunday night The ladies of the Working will meet next Thursday with Mrs Fred Kemper at Lancaster Little Miss Katie Miller Yeager turned home last week from a very j pleasant visit to her aunt at Mt Ver lull Miss Pearl Rout a charming and accomplished young lady of Hoiistons vine has been the guest of Mrs Same Fox Mrs John Frazier and Miss Eliza Williams of liurgin attended at the Fork Sunday and dined with II D Aldridge and family Messrs Tom and Virgil Chesnut ac companied by their sister Miss Mary of Hedgeville visited theirsister Mrs John Woods Sunday The ladies of the Pleasant Grove church gave a strawberry supper Wednesday night Although the weather was inclement they made 10fiORevWm Anderson of Oklahoma City will give a lecture at the Fork church on the evening of July llth Subject Why Do We Toil Marksburg can boast of two base ball teams composed of the small boys of the community They have named their teams the Mason and Marks buryNews has been received of the death ol Mr Charlie Dobbs Woods He lived in this community several years lIe was widely connected and had many friends brother Mr John Woods of this place will attend the funeral Mrs J II Durham and littledaugh ter Annie Lee who have been seem weeks with her parents Mr and Mis II D Aldridge returned home Thursday accompanied by Miss Maggie Durham who will enter school there Japalac makes old furniture like new and best finish for hours at Thompsons All those indebted to Lancaster Graded School for tuition please call on E W Harris and settle afc once T Currey Prcst J B Kinnaird Sccy J13tf Fourth of July Itatcc Low rates via the Queen Crescent Route from all points on account Fourth of July Tickctssold July 2nd 3rd and 4th good returning until the 8th Ask ticket agents for particulars Low Kate via Queen Crcwceiit Montreat Christian Yorkers Assembly July 21Aug 4th On sale July 22nd good returning Aug 8th Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge B P OE July iJ 2uth Long limit and low rates Monteagle Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association July 23 20th one fare the round trip good August IGth Low ItateH to PanAmerican Expo I lion Via Queen Crescent Route Dou ble Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information 1 G rllax G teen wholesale eer rated I I I rev I preaching spending a t motive i k N C L1 St ii Sodi His C returning C ety The great race horse The owned by Lexington parties was Friday to George Jackson of Tennessee for lf 000 The wheat crop in Kelson county promises to be a failure A few weeks alto the prospects for a line yield of wheat was very nattering but the ily has made its appearance in some local flies and has devastated many acres of promising grain A load of lf05 pound cattle sold on the Chicago markets last Wednesday at 730 the top price of this year Hogs weighing from 255 to 05 pounds sold same day at ilTl to 520 Two loads of hogs veighing290 pounds sold for 025 The mushroom season is here and a few words of advice and caution may not be out of place Poisonous toad stools are often eaten for mushrooms frequently with fatal results A sure way of distinguishing the difference is by eating them If you die they are toadstools if you live they are not Harrodsburg Sayings JudgeHtighes n sold his lambs Monday He says that almost any farmer should make f0 per cent on his sheep but that the ravages of worthless dogs on his Hock has driven him to the point where he wants to quit the industry and he will sell his line ewes at the list opportunity Come and see me if you want good ewes on the shares want them on two years time with goodpaperor will take horses or mules in exchange 1 have 400 2 to years old Southdown and mountain I can suit you if you want sheep Come with your tradingclothes on J I Hamilton Two brothers are going into the snake business at Tipton count Ind They have 400 reptiles on hands of various varieties and will soon make it 20000 That reminds us that under certain conditions tOO snakes could he made to look like 2000000 many times k to many men We have heard of in stances where there was no snakes at all in sight and yet a man could see more than 20000 of different varieties At any rate if your vision is bad at in tervals we would advise you to cut Tipton county out of your route Farmers are complaining of tinned damp cold weather fwd fear I c ciop will be groan damaged by what is commonly called rust The wheat is nearly urine but time continued disagreeable weather can easily destroy it so farmers who leave investigated claim The hemp crop it is said is also suffering from a pest resembling the Hessian fly In some localities entire fields have been destroyed by the unknown insect and several farmers of this county have beta compelled to plow up the ground after the hemp had grown in torte a height All other crops are backward and fruit more so than it has been in many years Lexington Leader A correspondent of the Kansas Farm ersays that twentyfour years are he planted an acre each of strawberries raspberries and blackberries that time it was dillicult to sell the black berries and he had to giveaway boxes to induce the people to buy the next day Sow he hinds them the most profitable berry to grow as they can be grown with less labor than either of the others have the longest season of ripening from the first of early harvest to the last of the Kitta tiny about days The latter is the largest and the latest he has had The young man who knows how to lay 011 corn and potatu rows and to regulate the distance of the saute so as to get the crops is worth a cowpen full of nice kid gloved fancy over coated fellows who know how to lead a fashionable Setting a plow just right and adjusting the gears so that hacks old shoulders of the horses will never hurt are worth a thousand fold more to the country than knowing how to pose in the parlor Yes and a girl that can bake a loaf of bread and make a sweet roll of butter is worth a whole seminary of those soft hand angels who sit in the their mas do the kitchen work A writer from Central Kentucky to the Western Todacco Journal of Cin cinnati says of the outlook The ruinously low prices for the 100 crop of tobacco presented so many discour agements so little comprehensatoin for labor expended that many growers changed to other crops Hemp was a much more profitable crop than tobac co last season On this account alone the crop would have been curtailed at least one third in Central Kentucky The universal cry throughout the district of scarcity of plants the backward season the smallness and delicacy of the plants would preclude all thoughts of an early crop With the best possible conditions from now on the 1101 crop cannot reach a higher acreage than onehalf to three lifthsof the 1SJOO crop in Central Kentucky I have never known a gloomier outlook for tobacco planting than this season presents If the laws of supply and demand hold good we will see a very material advance in the price of tobac the near future and in from 3 to 5 per hundred higher prices than the 100 crop real ized There is no question but that the crop will be short from onethied to twofifths with condition the most favorable that could be imagined Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes declares he is trot a candidate for President His name had beensug gested oy Kentucky Republicans l iII rAPfl II1Vf 1i I Commoner to 2J7 5 r I A t many I iiI j I i I I waltz pahah am Jet Burley vJ- KGARD t tlrrJ s dd at 4 1 cents lime co lat coin twelvemonths 3 4 W ti TKATKIISVIiJLE W G Tones purchased of W B Ray a cow for 20 Robt Long bought of Jas Hardwick a horse for The home of Mr and Mrs John was saddened by the death of their baby Tuesday The remains were taken to bcotts Fork for inter ment Loton Bogie purchased from Robt Burton a mare and colt for 100 Robt Long purchased a horse fur f0 Also Mr Long sold a nice horse to Oscar Pay for 70 When attempting to cross Paint Lick creek during the recent high a little boy of John Simpsons was drowned his body was nut found un til next day and remains were buried in Chapel cemetery Much sympathy is felt for the distressed parents Mr and Mrs Win Simpson and little son Creed have returned from a visit to relatives at Wilmore Mr Herod Ray and wife Mr J W Teater and wife Mr Win Davis and wife Mrs Ma ry Teater Miss Bogie Thos Huglup Olin Teater and Addle com posed a lively party that enjoyed a ride on the Falls City from Saunders Ferry to Valley View on Wednesday They report quite a delightful time Mrs Frank Pierce was summoned to the bedside of her father manic Saunders who was reported very stem Friends of Miss Minnie Yiekers received invitations to her wedding which occurred at her home in Mont gomery Ala to Mr L A Morris on the 12th hist WHEN TO PLANT CORN fiittr ivi rililf Author HIs S y Tlnro Is an AilvaiitiiK in IManliiiK In at tin Indiana sta tion it was found that tli ratites planting May 1 ykIdcd K lar ist 11 bushels per aiTf while the latest planting yielded about uric Ioiirtli less bushels pir ivre The time required fur the crop lo mature decreased as the time cf planting was delayed A delay oF to 40 days in ilantiiii shortened the time required for the corn to mature lingo two to three weeks At a Kan sas station the nveraye results of experiments in this line carried on for two years showed that corn planting in the beginning of May gave the best results and at the Il linois station the average results of similar experiments were in favor of the plant inirs mule from May t to IS xvilh tendencies slightly favoring tin Ititi dates I ne eperiii its tunicate there fore says the department of agricul ture that under favorable conditions there is an advantage in early but in view of the uneertaintie of the weather which is always a controlling factor in the growing of crops these results must be applied with caution in practice As Tracy has pointed tint planting should not begin too early in the season Nothing is gained by putting seed into soil which is too cold wet to favor germination It is bet ter to defer tilt planting a week or ten days than Jo run the risk of los ing it by decay or of having an im perfect stand by planting before the ground is sulliciently dry to work well and warm enough for immediate growth missing plant means n decrease ill the yield and replant ing the missing hills is sellout itable The replants are surround ed by plants which mature and shed their pollen before the younger silks are formed The pollination is there fore very imperfect and the ears on the replants are usually nubbins which are scarcely worth gathering When the missing plants amount to from ten to twenty per cent of the whole replanting with some earlier maturing variety which will produce its tassels and silks at about the same time as the original planting is often profitable but will not plY when the misses are less than ten per cent When the misses are more than 20 per cent it will pay better to make an entire new planting DURABLE FARM GATE KM Inventor HUN lrsvil One for Twelve Years It Is Still In Ootnl Condition I send photos illustrating a gate T have had in use li years and it is as good today as when first hung The Date is hung on a pivot resting in 3 Duncan water Condition I Burl xpriIIHlIt n planting 01 I I and 5 alley N crop 12 Every pro STRONG FARM GATE socket on under side of top rail and balanced by a box behind the post weighted down with stone Fir 1 shows this weight with gate closed Jhe pivot is a threequarter inch bolt about ten inches long driven in i I j THE GATE TILTED UP BAD COMPLEXION The skit is the seat of an almost end less variety of diseases They are known by various names but are all due to the same cause acid and other poisons in the blood that irritate and interfere the proper action of the skin have a smooth soft skin free from all eruptions the blood must he and healthy The many preparations of arsenic potash and the large of face powders generally used in class of diseases cover up for a short time but cannot remove the blotches and the red disfiguring pimples Eternal vigilance the price of a beautiful complexion when such remedies relied on Mr II T Shobe 2704 Iucai Avenue St Louis Mo was afllicted for years with a eruption on her face which resisted all treatment was taken to two celebrated health springs but received no bene fit Many medicines were prescribed but result until we decided to try S S S and the time the first bottle was the eruption to disappear A dozen mottles cured her completely her skin perfectly smooth She is now seventeen and nota sign of the embarrassing disease has ever returned S S S is a positive unfailing cure for the worst forms troubles It is the of all blood purifiers and the only one guaranteed vegetable Bad blood makes complexions BAD BLOOD lot ns permanently is ar hte without b all yea I ba disfiguring an SSs purifies old and makes new rich blood that nourishes the body and keeps the and invigorates skin active and healthy and condition to perform its part towards carrying off the the body If have Eczema Tetter Acne Salt Psorasis or your skin is rough and pimply send for oar book on and Skin and write our physi cians about your case No charge for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA top of punt The socket is made of east iron and weighs about one pound No hinges to break no heaving out of post sagging Gate is easily opened and shut Fig 2 shows till rate tilted up to lift it over about two fet of snow the situation when photograph was taken Samuel Fly nn in Ohio Farmer ls VeeiIerst on Kami I do not believe that many farm ers cut afford to be without a horse wectr on the farm It kills wells just when they are starting It gives rapid inexpensive cultivation It breaks the crust after rains and does it at a rapid role It gives surface cul tivation letting the routs be undis turbed It keeps the ground level It is especially good for cutting out the little ridge in the row between the plants In louse soil its work is ideal In a tougher soil it is even worse needed right after the cultivator that has cut out the middles and slightly ridged the row It is a moneysaver in cultivation but it must be used on time It is e farm implement that may often its cost in a weeks work Test for yourself Alva A gee in National Stockman and llriiitirt Prtilmlit- yIhibanJ Uiii you drive all these nails VfiirMlf V Wift Yt I iil re your hands Here they are not hurt a Hum Vlu held the nails X Y Weekly tit IlilmJiv diliiriiieiie- eSilaslluv did Ear Marks conic tew lose hits farm Jason lie thought his nuighbors fence eiicroaehin on his land an the darn lawyer he spoke tew ii ut it thought o too Puck F believe she is thinking of mar rin sin said Of cornso he returned Why flu siy of course leoiu ii of her sex Chirago lust 1 11 v MiH lM- IMiiliiSiipiuT Ami so tin marriage of Mr iiii Mrs li s vis a v nialch7i Xo doubt of it Ihilosophir out does tilt loviniV N V Weekly I dont see how In cin bo inch a popnir clergyman when abuses congregation ciHMigh Kverybo y thinks he is t a king about every hotly else Prooklvn Life Mrs Crimsoiibeak What do you think of the wives who talc red hot poKers to their husbands Mr Crimson beak They roust thittl theyve got husbands to burn Yonkers Statesman FivshleilI er eotili tee how a Dimple AM I dare say there nit lots of dugs who cant see how women tall men Ohio State Journal Easy Teacher Now Johnny if you had four apples to divide among three boys how would you divide them Johnny Take one an shoot craps fcr de odd one X Y Journal The Fir f The hint kiss remarked the ob server of events and thing is a good deal like a cinder in the eye it is a little thing but it like a whole lot Yonkers Statesman A 3IfiK l UrtcU She I suppose the old lady is in her second childhood He Apparently She actually boasts that she will bt 72 next fall Harlem Life Blo L oLd hit lie 11101 you lu bleb fIt h Easy Uuhllnl I m XCllhin Personal II Iii apices Kill tit von Rheum whatever ill this alt trot vet ylust e The rrr tIr his alt hum WC1111II caa a dmg Miss kiss same scents r Mother Expedtt Ji YYdc M V MNY Y h1fdYYYY hIYtlUh N1MNVY every I3o1e e k can have a treatise on motherhood telling t r about MOTHERS FRIED t I that save months of by sending name and address of self or friends to TUB UltAPFlELP BECinLATOR CO Atlanta Co can produce nothing like Mothers friend Sold by best Druggists 81 OO or sent by express paid on receipt ofprice and trouble sent free F in i The world Dr R Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster July land 21901 for a Jew days only at the New Garrard Hotel and will fit glasses to the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the New Garrard HotelParents 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 If the eyes of a chile need glasses the doctor can it and adjust such glasses i will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as the patronage ol 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 ageA good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfect is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a in to 5 p m Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my ollice if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in tie years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth J have made or any we are going to make The hest Alloy fills in the world at 7 cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank NATIONAL BANK determine I worthy adjusted I Z493 TH CAPITAL 5000000 I f OF COW PEAS SURPLUS Jio ooooa j 1 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice C DENNY Cashier F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMBRY DIKKCTOK- SSainl D Cochran Alex K Denny A C Uobinson John E Storuies W H Kiniiulrd You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE M I SO SCCUMB The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information wiD be cheerfully furnished by fc f ATHOMC a P A Or by LomaviTiE KB I PresIdent- S If JIIf r 0 Book kee a RAN cs a pet e T I AND SOJA BEANS are two of the most profitable crops A farmers can sow for grain vand soil improving Jv Other seasonable seeds need IP or Cane Broom Corn Kaffir Corn Buckwheat Rape Etc We carry the Largest and Best of Seeds in the Central West Flower Seeds all crops will be Mailed us a the Seeds you and well quote low prices LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J f x J It It ou are Seed Corn Millets Velvet J t Vegetable Field Crass and tOUR CATALOGUE full infor t FREE providing you mention this paper t SIMS I C iBSSD8MS11T I Beans collection gives Wd Lancaster Marble Works ALL KIXDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from S upward Call at works near the depot S McGTJIKE The cheap store in the North East corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel ing brought in a fine stock of new and second hand FINE SHOES FURNISHING GOODS We also have I ly used household Furniture anti Carpets The goods will be sold at the Lowest Prices Come and see us when in town CINCINNATI STORE Cheapest Place in Town 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 m Jas Pearce Collector Colored Delinquent fur 1MM Anderson Carey town lot Crab Orchard street 1 SO Arnold Lucy town lot Duii- cantown I 04 Anderson 11 Lee i town lots Campbell St W Burdett Laura 1 town lot Oil Water St 1 otl Bruce Kriston 1 town lot in Middlesboro 244 Burnside Mary 1 town lot in Duncantown 2 07 Burnam Lewis 1 town lot in Duncantown 2 44 Bras Hob 1 town lot Chute W Cunningham irony 1 town lot dlesboro r Floyd John 1 town lot 2 10 II utTman Silvan 1 town lot Chute 1 J Herring Bob 1 town lot Dun 10KemperDepot street tfl Leavell Geo 1 town lot on Campbell street I fu Letcher Nary 1 town lot Railroad lit Leaven Nick 1 town lot in Duncantown 2 12 Mvers William 1 town lot in Middlesboro Miller Alex 1 town lot in Middlesboro 4 l Miller Irvine 1 toWn lot on Richmond street 4 McPherson Laura 1 town lot in Duncanto til Pillman Joe 1 town lot in Duncantown j Royston Will 1 town lot on Chute 281 Richie Centha 2 town lots in Middlesboro 1 Salters Ed Ills 1 town lot in Duncantown Salter Beckej 1 town lot in Middlesboro 1 38 Salter Caleb 1 town lot on Chute 3 13 Thomas Alex 1 town lot in 12TottonMiddlesboro 50 Yantis Lewis 1 town lot on Chute 2 WHITK DELINQUENT LIST Miller Muse sold to Mr Liles 1 75 Cook Mrs Will building on Danville street 413 Joe 1 town lot in Mid dlesboro 1 Parton Ira 1 town lot in Mid dlesboro sold to A Traylor 5 20 Shackelford D U 2 town lots in Middlesboro 7 Arnold Miss Lucy 1 town lot on Danville street 5 S Ball Mrs Sallie 1 town lot Dalton Philip 1 town lot KI Estes Jno Sr 1 town lot Stan lord street Grant W 1 town lot on Danville street Hill J T 1 town lot G Johnston Mrs Lizxie 1 town lot on Danville street 20 Wherritt Thomas 1 town lot on Lexington street Walter B F 1 town lot 2 83 builds lists I a ot slight I i5Dunnid dlesboro l 50 Ii i lOt 44 Pelt 5 3 13 Dr J 12 10 OI 1 CIAOTHIG full line j U Ii s i22 a0 LOCAL TIMETABLES Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 15 AK Northbnd Mixed 335 p Northbnd Passgr 2 2 AK- Southbad 1238 A0 N r