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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Matter NUMBER LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 27 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR trot II 2 z I l Y- y he nttutTr- lr FT r II1E4 It Can containing Merchants Advertising Tickets will be opened and Premiums awarded to parties whose names will be drawn from can as advertised The opening will POSITIVE IA7 OCCUR on August 17 tickets are all in or not Those who have tickets they wish to put in on this contest must present the tickets on or before the day For every dollars worth of merchandise purchased for Cash you are entitled to deposit your name in the can for chances on the Four Hundred Dollars to ava on August 17 at The following committee been selected to open the can and award the premiums R Kiunaird Lancaster Ky Pj H Tompsoii Preach ersville Forrest Stapp Buckeye Crit Eubanks Hubble Win Gooch Point Leaven Millard Rout Marksbury Charles Mitchell Stone Tickets for this Contest can be secured from the following up to August 17 1901 The Logan Dry Goods Co J R Haseldcn II M Ballon Co U Thompson Sallie Tillett F P Frisbie A Beazley Co WJ Romans ANNOUNCE r T Jrijf mj70 J Olf AUGUST 11 At whether Jf I 400 be 3 p m e JJf Jf merchants SPECIAL a art 1 Oclockt t above- mentioned a giveht r hair x y J 4JJ 4 r s 2 THE HOME NEWS IE S City Council meets Monday night Organdies Lawns and Dimities at Ward Sympson Let us show you our line Shirts and Underwear Ward Sympspu 100000 feet pine popular and oak boxing also a lot of fencing E G Ward Ward Sympson have just received a new lot of Peters Shoe Cos Shoes All the very latest and uptodate A look will convince you of Thank The Commercial Club takes this method of expressing its gratefulness ladies who so kindly assisted in preparing for the entertainment week The success of the ailair was due largely to their kind work and the members arc very thankful indeed H T Logan J M Farm Secty Lancaster Win Lancaster friends are very proud of the decision at the Stanford contest in which Miss Theo Ilemphill of this city was given first prize a handsome diamond ring As he opponents were speakers of experience the honor is all the more appreciated Miss Hemp hill is the daughter of Judge and Mrs C Ilemphill and is an exceedingly pretty and attractive young lady Court Day The farmers leaving lost so much time recently very few came in to court Monday and those here got through with their business and went home in a hurry Manager Siler tells TWK RECORD there were only 75 cattle at the pens the market dull Mixed cattle sold at 13 some cows at 2i and hogs at A few plug horses went for a song Only the regular drunks but they were orderly Bradley IIcadM New Co The American Loan and Surety Company a Kentucky organization was Wednesday incorporated at Tren X J with a capital stuck of 1 000000 ExGov W O Bradley is its President Coy Bradley left night for Louisville having shipped his unite furniture and libra ry last week Tim EECOUW extends its best wishes to our former and will say that while he may now register of Louisville yet we all look upon and claim him Lan caster man Now For It Heres your chance to see a game of ball that will equal if not surpass anything you ever witnessed Ar rangements have been perfected for a game between the fat and lean men of the town to be played tomorrow Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Dont miss it It will be a peach The teams are as follows Fats W B Mason J Joseph Geo Palmer T B Long A IT Bastin R A Stone Banks Hudson II A B Marksbury Tom Wherritt and J A Burnside Leans G B Swinebroad II Kin naird Epli Brown K F Postle J W Elmore John F Lear J C Thomp son J IT Patterson R A Burnside and Fred Frisbie Dont miss this the greatest of all games Extra police will be on hand to protect the umpire Admission 2T cents ladies free A CUE AT SUCCESS Lancaster Entertains the Louisville BufiiiieKM Men In Royal Style and Covers Herself With Glory Lancaster was in gala attire to meet the Louisville business men and judg ing from theircomments in making their visit enjoyable The train was met at Richmond by Presi dent Hugh Logan Secretary J M Farra Mayor Robt Kinnaird Col W S Ferguson arid Louis Landram who pinned badges on the visitors gave each a copy of TilE RECORD and ex plained our plan of entertainment The program given in our last issue was carried out without a hitch The speech of Gov Bradley was one of the best we ever heard hun make It was to the point not too long and touched points which are of greatest interest to Louisville and Central Kentucky lie was followed by President Taylor who introduced lIon Marmaduke B Bowden who made an excellent talk The lunch at the Garrard Hotel was a delightful feature of the day and was highly complimented by the visitors TilE RECORD regrets thatlack of space prevents a detailed description of the entertainment and we will only say that the visit will be of inestimable value to both Louisville and Lancaster to the first namsd by bringing our merchants to realize that they ought tostand by the largest cityof and to the last named by enlisting the assistance of Louisvilles leading busi ness men in our effort to secure better train service and other improvements The little pittance put up by our peo ple for entertainment will redound tenfold and that ina short time Jarv Tust beHold i Card ast Pros ts T Sets ton asa we succeeded ourstate I tithe Wednesday townsman See the pretty dimities at Josephs Capital wagon the best vagon made Sold by Gaines Bros Always on top in quantityand quality and at the bottom i price T juurrey When you want anything in our line just ring up 100 and will be promptly Ward Sympson Lumber for Sale A lot of new lumber used in making scaffolds to paint interior of church Sawed and nailed very little and is as good as new Call on D M Lackey If Republicans Nominate The republican county committee met at the law oilice of Lewis L Walker and nominated the following ticket to be voted for in A Burnside county judge John M Duncan county clerk J C Hen drickson sheriff Rice Benge jailer Gabe Greenleaf coroner John Green assessor Wm II Collier No nominations were made for county attorney and school Will Hans at Manville The court of appeals decided that Quinn the negro who murdered po iiceman Crum at Danville had been given a fair trial and he by the decision of the jury and in the necktie party so justly for his especial benefit This execution should be given all upto date finishing touches as it may prove a warning to others who go about watching a chance to commit murder henrys All Right When it was learned last week that the Commercial Club was liquid enthusiasm Mr Henry Traylor the clever distiller at Gilberts Creek sent in two cases of his celebrated Edge wood telling the boys to accept it with his compliments This is among the best whiskey made in this state and to say the Club appreciated it and the visitors enjoyed it hardly the case Better men than Henry Traylor dont grow and it is impossible to find one with a bigger heart Telephone Talk One of our citizens has this to say It was my good fortune to Mr A II Bastin the energetic vicepresident of the Kentucky Association to Crab Orchard where he went to have some phones put up and to look after the interests of his company He is familiar with every detail of the work in the field or in the exchange He now supervi ses about 30 telephones in the system with about 2000 con nections and the number is rapidly increasing He is a home man full of enterprise and he is giving a most excellent service keeping none but polite and accommodating operators The service is also cheap enough and we should be satisfied to encourage protect and patronize him and his system EXCITING INCIDENT Hattie Snake Drop on ITloviuz Train Containing Louisville Bu I iiesM IWeu and Creates Coiiterna tlbn Among The Passengers A very unusual and exciting incident occurred on the Louisville Business Mens special train between this city and Richmond last Wednesday The train had been making good time but slowed up to pass through the long tunnel just above Point Leavell As it emerged from the smoky hot hole in the ground a large rattle snake seen to drop upon the front platform of a coach next to the baggage car The reptile had evidently been sunning on the hot rocks and the jar of the heavy train caused it to lose its grip and For a moment itsurveyed its surroundings seemed to stretch itself and then made tall tracks into the coach Only a few gentlemen had noticed his snakeship and it was soon at the feet of Mr Thomas Wasson the clever represen tative of the Courier Journal Mr Wasson was busy using a typewriter and in half the time it has taken to tell it the snake had commenced to wind itself around Mr Wassons leg By this time the entire coachload of men were standing on the seats yel ling swearing and giving all kind of advice as to disposing of the reptile and saving Wassons life Finally Mr W B Belknap who had a supply of samples of table cutlery with him came forward with a long carving knife and as the snake stretched its its neck Mr Belknap made a quick stroke andsevered its head Thesnake measured four feet in length and when its coils were tightened about Mr Wassons leg his were heartrending The snake was taken to Louisville and its hide will be mounted and placed in the editorial at the Courier Journal office I it November- R representative must abide shyon accompany Telephone Independent morning was delivered Presbyterian superintendent participate arranged expresses lingo fall screams moms 1 A nice line of of glass and queens ware at T Curreys s Japalac makes old furniture like new and for floors at Thompsons 2t Farmer attention please The Grocery will lead in prices on binder twine and the best oil for all kinds of machinery Call for prices Bank Stock For Sale Five shares stock in National Bank of Lancaster for sale privately Call at THE RECOKD office On and after July 1 we will do a strictly business Will make it to your interest to get our prices Thanking for past favors and your further patronageWard Ice Ice Ice We are the only dealer here who handles ice in car loads We sell ice best in the statc sell same price on wagon house wanting can buv very low of us in lots from 100 td 1000 Ibs See us before buying II VB Northcott The pastor of the Christian churl h expresses his appreciation of the on the part of the business hous es in closing their doors at 7 oclock during the recent meeting He to thank them for this helpful cooperation The merchants of are enterprising wideawake and appreciative They deserve Lccturc at the Fork Rev W M Anderson will deliver his celebrated lecture Why We Fail at the Fork church Thursday night July 11 at 730 oclock He is one of the most prominent and able ministers in the Baptist church and his lecture has attracted great atten tion and much favorable comment If you miss this you miss a rare treat Admission 25 cents Dont forget the date July 11 2t Seriously 111 In St Louis Mr Fred P Frisbie received a tele gram Monday morning announcing the serious illness of his brotherChar ley in St Louis Charley located in St Louis about eight months ago and had a position in Seashols a large department store The message did not state the nature of his illness He has suffered from asthma for several years and this is doubtless the cause of the trouble A later telegram says he is better Bridge at Paint Lick The officials of Garrard and Madison counties are figuring on building a new bridge at Paint Lick This is a move that should be carried out delay The old wooden structure has about rotted out and is dangerous It is a regular cow pen at night and dangerous to travelers A substantial iron bridge of suffi cient width to permit vehicles to pass should be erected and the present old flea hatchery torn away The Gar rard Fiscal Court will take up the matter at next meeting A Deserved Promotion Richmond Shelby Tribble who for several years past has been a valued attache of the Register office this city left this week for Lan caster to accept the foremanship of the Lancaster RECORD at a good salary Mr Tribble is a steady reliable in dustrious young man and a capable compositor and his promotion is a de served one Knowing him as we do we congratulate TilE RECORD upon securing his services and wish him suc cess in his new field Mr Ehret Flora takes Mr Tribbles place on the Regis ter meeting Closed The meeting at the Christian church conducted by the pastor Rev A R Moore and Prof J Walter Wilson singing evangelist closed last night The interest continued without any decrease right up to the last night The crowds that attend ed the services filled the church to overflowing There were 17 additions to the church and the meeting was in every way a success The singing of Prof Wilson was a great feature of the meeting His solos were with great power and it was im possible for the singer to answer all requests that came to him for songs to be repeated The last night of the meeting was devoted to a lecture by Prof Wilson upon Chas M Sheldons book In His Steps A large audience heard this lecture and every one was enthusiastic in praise of it Prof Wilson gave ji splendid resume of Mr Sheldons book and il lustrated the various scenes depicted by more than one hundred stereopti con views He also gave an illustra ted poem and three or four illustrated songs closing the Holy City a fitting climax for the splendid teat ure This was a most interesting and ennobling entertainment It should be given in every city Prof Wilson is a cultured Christian gentleman and will receive warm welcome if he to Lancaster again J be Vfinish Blue- Grass soliciting Farmers action desires Lancaster success exceedingly ClimaxMr Thursday i cash puree and at without rendered favorite with ever comes y- 4r vft Jk Scrivens Drawers at 60c Ward Sympson Handsome st9cK of heavy twilled crash at Josephs Ward Sympson will not bother you by sending a boy to take your Currey sells good goods as places Dont fail to get prices on Surrey Buggy Phaeton Harness and Saddle ry at Conns cheaper than the Blue cupid pin 2 heads finder please return to RECORD office and receive reward Low Rates to PanAmerican Via Queen Crescent Route Dou ble Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information Lancaster Boys in The Soup The Lancaster boys went to Crab Orchard last week and were almost annihilated by the ball team at that place They buckled on their armor again Monday and tackled the Stan ford team and were equally badly de feated Stanford simply walked all over them Probably they will some day learn that in order to put up a good game they must practice Economy Mr think that it would be a saving and much more pleasant for our merchants to close their stores at 7 oclock Saturday evenings ex cepted until September 1 The re ceipts after that hour will hardly pay for the lights It can be agreed that each merchant can wait on his customer who lives in the country and comes to town for the purpose of shopping Let an expression be taken Merchant Happy Druggists About the happiest jolliest set of fellows we have seen lately was the crowd of druggists at Crab Orchard Springs last week There were about a hundred in the party and their lasted three days The first thing in order was to settle all business on hand and this was quickly done after which they were out for a good time and they had it Manager Willis of the hotel spared no pains in holding up his end of the log and gave them the best in the shop Mr Fred P Frisbie of this city was made a mem ber of the executive committee an honor he duly appreciates orders as cheap you pay for t other cheapest EditorI meeting inferior gds Lost Exposition All kind of machinery repaired at Conns S We buy pld silver Thomp son the JeweJerT 2t Extra nice country hams 9 to Iglbs each at Ward Sympson A limited number Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at LeaveHs Planing Mill Also a lot of chicken feed 5304t Notice All those indebted to Lancaster Graded School for tuition please call on E W Harris and settle at once T Currey Prest J B Kinnaird Secy jlStf Must complete line of But gies road Wagons c must go You need our want your Cpnfils Carriage House Farmer Attention We are better prepared than ever to receive your wheat on mill and there is no better place in Kentucky to get your and corn ground You will always find our flour and meal right up to the very highest standard of excelence We cordially invite you to come and see us the miller Garrard Man Dies at Harriman A Harriman Tennessee paper says Benjamin F Bryant aged 72 years died at the home of his daughter Mrs W J Turner near Roane avenue in the eastern part of the city Sunday noon Mr Bryant had been a resident of Harriman only six months He was taken suddenly worse at 1 oclock Sun day morning and died at noon Mr Bryant leaves a widow and two daugh ters He was born at Bryantsville Kentucky Camp Meeting atPrcachersville Beginning July 2nd to 14th Rev H C Morrison one of Kentuckys pulpit orators and Rev George W Young the orator and temperance lec turer will do the preaching assisted by a number of other Ministers The singing will be conducted by Prof George E Kersey of Wilmore Ky a splendid leader of song and Miss Lizzie Victor of Middlesboro Ky a charming singer with a number of other good singers to assist This will b3 the greatest camp meeting ever held in this section of the country and you are cordially invited to attend Come to do good and to get good H B Cockrill J L Hutchins Wm Sprinkles gol nd of GoA vehicles money Bates greatest I lve deposit atWards wheat ffMteMoimtaiD Ice Cream Freezer Ice Boxes in all Sizes Refrigerators Call and see our Oil Stoves and Ranges Do your own cooking for etc per week i 8 uuiiii J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors i KEEP COOL SerlIn Doors Id Widows I I Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward 4ull Line of BEEEZT There is somthing Breezy about our LightWeight SUMMER SUITS Everyone that has seen them likes them and says they are hand some They impart a cool feeling of satisfaction to the wearer They are fashioned right and fit is exact THIN PRICES on every suit Try one cool comfortable and economical 000 OOX I M jj iI I I I I I andrefreshing theyare X d II II II 6 ooooooooo oooooooooooooooooO f1 woMO o Negligee Shirts Its now time for Summer Shirts and we are ready with the finest show ing ever brought to town Counter after counter box after box of Negli gee Shirts all kind to fit all shapes of men No Negligee Shirt that is worth having can be bought for less than SOcts No Negligee shirt can be found anywhere better than our best at 100 There are many new styles out for Spring and Summer wear but you find them all here L Ii Shirt Waists Hens Shirt Waists are going to go You cant stop them Theyre cool 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 have them in Per 1 cales and Madras cut in the mosj styles 11111 1111i I i I approved 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 Cash Clothier and Furnisher T T l l l l l l l l T l l l l l I J OI I OnePrice 1 oo oOoooooooooooooooooooooo9Ooooooo t 94 I Our Mixed Paints are I Guaranteed i t t tOt J i H CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISaUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDKAM Editor and Pnblisher Lancaster Ky June 27 1901 Tin Dover Messenger says post masters are the hardest worked set of men on earth This is doubtless true and its a shanio that the Gov eminent will take up a man and him to four years of such fa tiguing labor Now if these were to insist on Uncle Sam appointing them to theplaces it would be a different thing but where a post oilice goes begging for some one to run it its pretty hard to single out an inoffensive citizen and require him to work therein like a galley slave This outrage should be stopped SXCE the Pantagraph placed Col Caperton in nomination for the legislature more than three thousand ters in Madison county have jumped to their feet to shout their approval It is high time that Col Caperton be gin preparing for that Frankfort journey It is coming Richmond Pantagraph It is true Col Caperton would make a superior legislator but a man like him is too great for such a place lie should be sent to the United States Senate or given some place of equal importance Col Caperton would not lit in a crowd of the average Kentucky legislators Tine old Poor Farmer Boy is playing out and it is now the Poor Section Hand who climbs to fame AY C Brown recently elected vicepresident of three of the hilt roads is heralded as a poor boy who started his railroad career as a section hand A poor man stands about as much show of promotion sloven fireman in perdition It takes money to get a big job This rot about presidents great lawyers etc starting as railsplitters should only be told to the children along with the Santa Claus lie AN exchange wants to know if the change of the Presbyterian creed will have any effect upon those persons saved under the old constitution and bylaws Of course man has noth ing to do with deciding who shall and who shall not be saved but we will venture the assertion that many a poor sinner will be lost because up time studying over such mousetracks as this SOME women now jump into and proclaim that there should be no carpets on church floors because they furnish refuge for fleas The Cynthiana Democrat suggests as a remedy the appointment of guards to stand at the doors and search the con gregation to sec that no liens are in This would prove very tive and we hope it will be adopted and Bro Allen appointed chief flea hunter for his town THE town marshal at Dover has been instructed to arrest all persons heard swearing on the streets This is a good move and should be carried out in every community Swearing is only permissible and necessary in a printing ollice and the use of an oath by others than the longsuffering newspaper men is wholly out of place and wrong REAU ADMIKAL SCIILEY will be one of the distinguished visitors at the Knights Templars Conclave in Louis vine next August This man did more real service than any other na val ofiiccr in the Spanish war and reports of the fight were to bring others to the front the public knew the real hero and today delight to honor him TIlE fact that Jack Chinn refused a drink of whisky in New York much comment This only goes to show the colonel knows whats what Any man who has ever gone up against a drink of what is called whisky north of the Ohio river or up East is never fool enough to try it His many friends out in this state will be glad to know that non Gus Willson the noted Louisville and politician is rapidly from a recent attack of pneumonia Mr Willson is a gentleman who enjoys the respect and admiration of all who know him TIlE Louisville Potato and Onion Company has been formed with GO 000 capital and an effort will be made to control the potato and onion used there If the company will invent to control the onion eating churchgoer it will prove it star a blessing to mankind 0 ec sentence postmasters racket as- a betook all his hysterics carried although doctored attracted again recovering produce t 1 and elf attar someway i er n PURE HRTJE5 Toilet articles Cigars Tnba t t i t tS i S S tk 4i 0R t+ + + O McROBERTS t i t rsvow DRUG STORE f t in of of J ry w I R LIKED TilE ICRCOICD CZrctliren of lilt Feed Us TaOy IVMcIi TickleM Out Iultito and Swells Our Head Ilarrodsburg Democrat The Record isuerl a special edition honor of the Louisville business men which like every effort of clever Louis Landram is worthy of all praise Danville Tsews Louis Land ram the blight editor of Hoc ord outdid all the newspaper boys ill the handsomely illustrated edition of this week complimentary to the visit the Louisville delegation Lexington Herald The last issue the Central Record was printed on book paper and gave a good writeup with halftone cuts of the visit of the Louisville to Lancaster the given is that of Captain Franklin White who is eighty years of age but sets three columns of brevier eve day in the Record ollice Landram of the Lancaster Record is writing some very saucy things these days TIe seems to be getting strong minded Perhaps he is a square meal every other day Danville Advocate Mr Louis Lan dram is making a strong effort thro the Lancaster Record to stir the of Garrard to a point of duty with reference to securing the South eru extension lie claims to have information that the extension be constructed through Garrard county provided the right of way is furnished In a recent article Mr Landram gives some judicious advice concerning public enterprises and calls united effort of his people in matters of town and county im provements Stanford Interior Journal The Central Record fairly outdid last issue It is printed on highly calendered paper contains dozens of good pictures of members of the Lou isvville Board of Trade and splendid likenesses of Mayor Kinnaird handing over the keys to the city of Lancaster President II T Logan of the Club Secretary John M Far ra Capt F J White the oldest living and others too numerous to mention The writeup of the Lou isvillc visitors was in Editor Lan drams happiest style and the paper was a credit both to the editor and the town in which it is printed Some of these days flyer Landram is going to beat the head of a big daily in some city where he really belongs Louisville Times At Lancaster chief among theentertainers was Lou is Land rain the accomplished editor of the Central Record who not only demonstrated that he was a topnotch newspaperman by getting out a Lou isvillevisit edition that was a credit to the community but who did the honors so gracefully that he won the admiration of all the visitors Lan caster put up most superior sort of oratory when she presented GovBrad ley who received a splendid welcome at the hands of the business men M Sec the closing out bargains at Mrs A S Ilaseldens Childrens Day at Pleasant Grove first Sunday in July Mrs Jones and little Mary Berkele Milton Elliott of Lexington is the guest of his Dr Elliott Quite a number of la dies and gentlemen took a boat ride last Wednesday as far as Valley View which was enjoyed very much The ladies of the Methodist church will give a spelling contest at this place halfpast seven oclock cordially invited Admission 10 cents Mrs Ann Dunn and granddaughter Mabel of Nobles ville Ind Mrs W J Woolfolk of Lex ington Mr and Mrs Bedell Chancel lor and daughter Anne of Stanford are guests of W J Hogan and family Misses Winnie Ison and Flenner of Wilmore are guests of Mrs Dr CampNelsonJohnson Monday Miss Barbara Brosal and brother Willie spent Sun day with Mrs Ball and attended preaching at Hebron j Mr W S Whedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Iowa in a recent letter gives some with a carpenter in his that will be of value to other mechanics He says I had a working for me who was to stop work for several days on ac count of being troubled with diarrhoea mentioned to him that I had been similarly and that and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed that one dose cured he is again at his work For sale by McRoberts Druggist 1 uis I t Lancaster theLancaster handsomely businessmen pictures HichmondPan tlgraph enjoying citizens inside fur a Commercial typesetter spendingbrothel Th experience employ carpenter obliged Chamberlains f rest i Arturo ill it BRYANTS VILLE grand da Everybody Winters troubled self ugh et and rN is to G B TAINT WOK Prof Rickets of Danvillo is a class in peunmanship here It is reported that we will have a wedding here soon Who can gucsF Rice Woods son of E L Woods fell out of a cherry tree and broke his work on the bank building is nearing completion and will soon be ready bUr business Drs J S Wesley and Benton Ash Icy of Lancaster were the guests of Or Edwin Poyntz Sunday Judge II A Barnside of Lancaster Judge Million of Richmond and Squires Ike Myers R Parsons and II A Noel met here last week to inspect our bridge to see whether to repair the old one or build a new one We think they decided to build an iron bridge something that has been needed for time the old rickety thing is liable to fall or be burnt down at any time by cigarette smokers Miss Margaret Pullins entertained a number of the little folks on her birthday the 14th An enjoyable was spent Mr C B Engleman rapidly retraining his strength and looks little the worse for wear Mrs Mrs Sallee and little daughter arc visiting in Danville Miss Fran lye Doty has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Ed Ballard Mr Mason Pullins has recovered from his recent illness We take this method of extending time good people of this place our heart felt thanks for their kindness shown us during our recent illness Our life was hanging by a slender thread and had it not been for the tender care of a loving wife by our bedside day and theclose attention and skillful treatment of Dr Edwin Toy nix who stood by and watched every pulsation and every throb of the heart we would now be beneath the sod We can say to the sick and suffering people that they need not be afraid to risk their lives in Dr Poynlxs hands Married Tuesday morning at the residence of the brides father Miss Fannie Parks of tbis place to Kilgore of Louisville Miss Fan nie is a daughter of Parks a wealthy farmer of this place and Mr Kilgore is a traveling salesman for W Belknap Co Louisville one of the largest wholesale houses in the country The ceremony was by Rev Kilgore brother of the groom Only the near relatives were present Immediately after the cere Irony the happy couple drove over and took the tram at Danville and will visit the principal cities We wish them a long anti happy life and that their pathway may bestrewn with sunshine and happiness JUDSON Win Onstatt bought of Thompson a sorrel mare price 875 The infant of Mr and Mrs John Duncan died June llth of brain fever died June 17th jje hall been a patient sufferer for several years Partners are growling on account of continued rain Quit that and go to pulling weeds A young man in tins neighborhood who is so affected by that dread disease timidity or loves the darling of his heart so well that he couldnt get up courage enough to ask the old folks for her began to think and to get his brother who is older than he and married to jjsk for the girl for him The young lady who is of the best material has informed him that she cannot accept his hand until he can safely rely on himself Mr and Mrs Luther Pansy were pleasantly surprised on the arrival as guests for the day at their beautiful country home Mrs N T Grow and Misses Edna Scott Mattie Onstatt and Edith Montgomery of Gurrard and Miss Lena Rogers of Lincoln county Your correspondent arrived in time for dinner which was enjoyed by all Mr and Mrs Raneys home is always open to their friends especially young people of whose they very fond STONE Mr J M Sanders is on the road to A number from here attended preaching at Mt Hebron Sunday Scotts Fork church is being treated to a coat of paint which was badly needed Mr James Clouse is at home from Cincinnati where he has been having his eyes treated Mr and Mrs O J IIardin returned home last Friday from a visit with relatives in Covington Miss Minnie Ray of Buckeye spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousins Mable and Loula Crutchlield Rev Andrew Meldrum of will fill the pulpit at Scotts Fork Saturday night and Sunday instead of first Sunday We will meet each Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock at Scotts Fork church and practice singing Let every one come out and help The young folks are going to have a fishing party at Sugar Creek landing Saturday afternoon Everyone let one and all come and have a nice time we will promise you that The visitors in this vicinity are Misses Nora Vanarsdall of Camden Anderson county Cordelia Walker of Hanley Jess and Jessie Preston of High Bridge Misses Lou Land Viola Folger and Linnia Preston each en tertained in their honor last week rB C teaching along evening who sat night mind J B performed Charles Simpson last lCsday company are 111 recovery Lexington invited p iCO is S le- The Rob 1 Mr C Ti finallydeci yqT Y t t Bed tion near for the a it if of BUCKEYE Judge Win Totten of Lancanter is visiting his daughter Mrs Mike ray Miss Minnie Gulley returned Moii day from a visit of three weeks dura to Miss Florence McMurtry of icholasville The school at this place has been tendered Miss McMurtry who will doubtless give satisfaction having taught the two last ones Mr and Mrs J W Brown spent a portion of last week with the formers brother R B Drown and the hitters sister Mrs Win Finnell of The contract will be let Thursday making the new pike beginning at Tcatersvillc Lane then down back creek tours than a wile down Paint Lick reaching and including dry branch then reaches Richmond Pike near Gilead church BOURN A good many from here attended county court at Danville Mr Ilaycs Payne visited JTof Boyle last Saturday and Suncluv Miss Prances Baker of Danville is with her sister Mrs McWTlliams Mr Ed Owens and Miss Bernice Ross visited in Boyle Saturday and B Marsee visited J II Tjr ner Sunday Mr John Rill and wife of Danville visited Mr and Mrs Jo nah Marsee last week Messrs F Meridcth and John Upton of visited here Saturday and Sun day Mrs Joe Ilcndrickscn visited Mrs Noah Marsee Morford and family visited Jno Slier row and family Sunday Eiisha Forbes and wife of McCreary visited John Jackson and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Arestina Dorton visited her sister Mrs Robert Speaks Sunday Mrs Amanda Gillan visited here Sunday Mr and MIS AD Up ton of Faulkner Station daughter Mrs Job Marsee last week lIr and Mrs Turner are rejoicing over the arrival of a twelve boy Messrs James Turner and Joe Pope of Iliattsvillc visited friends and relatives here last week INMEIUOKIAM Tribute to Mary E Phillips who died June 1st 1JOl Again the messenger we call has entered our midst and taken from us one we love Early Saturday morn just at the dawn of day E Philips departed this life For two weeks she had been suffering from an attack of pneumonia but had rallied and was thought to be recovering Saturday morning the death angel came and after a brief struggle she feel asleep to be awakened Safe in the Arms of Jesus We sorrow for a beautiful life laid down In early Mary Eliza gave her heart to Christ Though frail in body a con stant sufferer and bowed with an that shut her in from mill the beauties that surrounded her since fancy yet she did not succumb bore her sulfuring with cheerfullness and fortitude so that all who knew her loved her During her illness she talked of dying and while she wanted to live surrounded by those whom she so dearly loved yet too she lunged to be with her Angel mother To live in the hearts of those who love us is not to die It is a pleasure sweetly sad to recall the loving word the hclpfullness of her quiet life and as with hushed voices we linger over the memories which cluster around her let it be with grateful hearts that we knew her that we could call our friend The blessings of her quiet life fell on us like dew dazed we stand and wonder why this had to be we listen for a voice and which comes not With our tear dimmed eyes we cannot fathom it but we do know God in His infinite wisdom doeth all things well and that for some great and good purpose our hearts grieve now She is not dead death comes alone To those who have no faith in God For those who here a Saviour own und the path thathe hath trod She is not dead but gone before No Christian dies our faith repeals He only leaves the earthly And with all ransomed spirits meets She is not dead her memory lives A Holy token has left To male us pure by what it gives A balm to heal sore hearts bereft She is not dead all mortal foes knowsThatFrom which none ever wakes to weep Some day there will be a reunion in city where there is no pain no sin and no death with the Fathers rich promises we greet ourselves And faith will trust that somehow meet we must E M A Ecztma saltrheum tetter chafing poisoning and all skin tortures Quickly cured by DeWitts Witch 22 Salve The certain pile cure F P Frisbic Flirtation is always fun for one of the parties concerned but sometimes takes a good while to find out which When a young man asks a girl to share his lot she always wants to know he has money enough to build a house on it Dyspeptics cannot be long lived to live requires nourishment Food is not nourishing until it is di Bested 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 ural functions Its elements are ex actly the same as the natural digestive fluids and it simply cant help but do you good F P Frisbie V I Sunday Danville Led their G pound lug girlhood affliction her for a footstep Can somewhere ivy because nat lat kslill 4 Opt W SaturdayS l W cleat Mary i a one k 1 c alt u lIt ret r sic F TliQ bilious tired nerveous man j successfully compete with his hea Ithy rival DeWitts Little Early Ris crs thefamous pill for constipation will remove the cause of your troubles Frisbie The bible does not promise it but there is no doubt but that the Lord will forgive all the lies a tells when he is in love Danger disease and death follow of the bowels Use DeWitts Early Risers to icgulate them and you will add years to your life and life to your ears Easy to take never gripe Frisbie When a young man stops his girl to the theatre and goes tocliurch instead its dollars doughnuts they are engaged Mr James n ofBrow Va over 00 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 perma neatly FP Frisbie It is considered bad form for a gentlemen to sit down first when on a young under circumstances he has to Asurgical operation is not recess ry to cure piles DeWitts Witch Ha Salve saves all that expense and never fails Beware of counterfeits P Frisbie When a man undertakes to tell you what lure is the chances arc he is in love himself and cant believe him under oath You may as wen expect to run a steam engine without water as to find an active energetic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver torpid when he does not relish his food or feels dull and languid after eating often his headache and some times 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 man Price 25 cents Samples free at R E McRoberts drug store cannot P P than neglect Little I talc Putsmouth calling ladybut certain i anew 4 h ing i to at a I Louisvilleh 21901 for a Jew days only at the New- Garrard Hotel and will fit glasses the of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in heed of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found 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 If the eyes of a child need glasses the doctor can 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 etui not afford to do without A glass imperfectly ad justed is than no glass Office hours 9 a in to 5 p m Three Years In Richmond 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 live 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 Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank eyes determine I ant worse LOCAL TIMETABLES Southbnd Ised passes Lancaster II 15 AM Northbnd Mixed r 335 p 31 Passgr V 252 A n Southbnd 1228 AM ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco and on the other a small dwelling house These will slake for persons small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can he rented WILLIAM U Assignee 0 j h eachin J barn desiring purchased- or North bnd I J Di LOUIS H LAOMAH of XollllMndlson Ave Covtngton Ky formerly of Cinciunati will be at the residence of DR E EYANS onRiclimoml St LANCASTER KY Friday July 19 1901 Itetitrning One Day in Each Month GLASSES ADJUSTED REFEUCNCES Every physician In Lancaa caster jne27ly t AKEIIEAQUARTERSFOR BUGGIES SURRIES PHAETONS ROAD WAGONS HARNESS J AND TIlE CELEBRATED t MITCHELL FARM prices for t thirty days 1 be duplicated t Have made a tis 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 Mens 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 Sympsonv JOHN CIVIL EXOIXKEU Lancaster Ky COUNTY SUUVKYOI All Inisiuess promptly attended to W 3IcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY ti Ramus i o t t t i i i AGO f i cant i Peters Shoes recordwith satisfactory T JOHNSTON JOHN rSON r sty hori fOur tttftttttttttttttttt t wear Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments antI Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUlllE NATIONAL BANK Z493 THB T CAPITAL l 5000000 j OF SURPLUS 10 ooooet LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STORMM Vice President S C DENNY Cashier ROBINSON JR E T EMBRT Asst Cashr Bookke DIRECTORS Kinnaird KY e P DennyAW U i r ff 1 A j ft J y Wsinlips J r f Fancy Ssoils asi T Japaiiese ffevelties j NO 109 DANVILLE AYE Call me up when want ing anything in our line Phone 110 They USE the BEST Z1MMER uses WAUDS FLOUK and the fol dealers sell it 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 We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter Hour made than WHITE S WAX and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Ollice over Thompson store- S BEAZIEY r I VII IVI J f d r 1 DIamonds Clocks Jewelry Sterlin Silver Cut Hlass Fancy Chin i t T T T Ektr r I I T 1 f t I I i the R1EI I f I flOWing i I I I t I Ii iS Elkl11 I I f I I I G W t J J J o a J f r Ti f I 0zot oaawoo0oa aoooooow C S g 0000oooaoo00000000Oo4o0a0o00ooa0s000 DENTISTTeeth extracted without pals with Vitalized fir in the Bookout Uuilditi Daurillu street oppo rte Presbyterian church The cheap store in the North East corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel build ing IMS brought in a fine stock of new and second hand CLOTHIM FINE SHOES FURNISHING GOODS We also have ly used household The goods will be sold at th e Lowest Prices Come and see us when in town CMCIfflATI STORE Place in Town you Are Going North If You Are Going South You Are Going East If You Are Going PURCHASE TICKETS VIA TNt LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE n it I The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other infonnaUoa win be cheerfully furnished by J K ATMORC m Ocby LoowvttLKKti a nrnitnle and Ci1fS IF If West o fi P l lull lineotsligitt r l i ANtt s acculls 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 gS 101 fc M p PI ss p jJ 11 o 2 10 fjiWL Wffffj i g JtJj J y 4 r F 0 Where 0 the Hume po444 40444 PEOPLE 4440 Have o Visited g Q Dolph Rice was here Moiday Capt W J Kinnaird was here a few days this week Bowen Fox of Danville was among the court day visitors Col W S Furgerscn returned to Covington Sunday night Miss Denny is visiting Mrs James N Denny at lliattsville Miss Walker of Atlanta Ga is Mrs Dorcas Walker Misses Cotton of Bryantsvillc are guests of Miss Lena lligncy Miss Eveline Kendrick of Monticel lo is visiting Miss Nell Johnston Miss Kate Arnold left Sunday to visit her brother Henry in Paris Mr and Mrs Charles Richardson of Somerset visiting Lancaster Miss Lena Rigney has returned from a delightful visit to relatives in DanvilleMiss Robinson of Marcellus is visiting her cousin Miss Mattie Mae Robinson Miss biotic Walker and Mr Davis of Perryville have been visiting Mrs Edwin Arnold Miss Julia Mae Gaines of Danville has been spending a few days with Mrs Sam Ilasclden Mr Tom Fish wife and children of Yincennes Indiana are visiting tic family of Mr W A Arnold Miss Margaret Ilackley of George town College has been spending a few days here with relatives Mr Jim Doorcs and sister Miss Bettic have rented the Thompson residence on Paulding avenue Baurbourville Mr Joe Hays of Garrard county was mil g lire with old acquaintances here last week Lexington Herald Miss May Gal Her of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Clara Hayden at her home in the county Miss Mildred Ilemphill who has been the guest of Misses Relit and Allie Arnold left Saturday for her home in Xicholasvillc Danville Advocate Miss Irvine who has been with the Misses Noel the past season left for her home in Louisville this morning Miss Lucy Teale left this week for her home in Richmond She will return in September and resume her position with the Xoel Sisters Mr Dolph Smith a popular com mercial man and two pretty little daughters passed through Lancaster Sunday evening cu route to Marks buryEd Walton represented the or Journal Monday and made us a most pleasant call Ed is the kind of fellow one likes to have call and stay time Miss Lear the young lady brought from Lowell to the Best Hotel to Le placed under the treatment of Drs Acton and Xinnaird is improving her suffering is great ia J visiting tIre Path finder J lid Inter re- Lives r along although c Miss Bessie Batsou is visiting rela tives in Stanford Miss Eliza Smith is visiting in Danville Miss Florence Harris entertained a few friends Friday evening Miss Maggie Shugars left Saturday to visit friends in Louisville Paris Mahan left this week to a position in Williamsburg Miss Loiisc Sim of Danville has been visiting Miss Mary Thompson Mr R E McRoberts attended the Druggist Association at Crab II T Logan and Louis Landram spent Thursday at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Christine Bradley is in visiting her friend Ctenault Miss Jennie Wallace of Paint Lick is visiting Mrs J S Robinson Danville avenue Mesdames J W Miller and Georgia Lusk are visiting Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Miss Tomlinson of Danville has been visiting her cousin Miss Maggie Tomlinson Richmond Register Miss Emma Hood of Lancaster visited relatives here this week Miss Roscoe Horinn of Nicholas villc has been visiting her cousin Mrs Sam Ilascldcn Miss Nannie Harris of Cleveland Ohio is a month with Mrs T B Long at the Garrard Misses Alma and Mary Lear of Paint Lick were entertained this week by Miss Annie Royston Col Thornton Kemper of Boyle at tended Monday and was the guest of Mrs II A B Marksbury Misses A da Dickcrson of Nicholas ville Ona Hamilton of Buena Arisla are visiting Mrs Lctcher Owsley Margaret Beattie of Clalrina Iowa is the pleasant guest of her aunt Mrs James N Denny near town Mr Todd Scott and daughter Miss Lucy have arrived from Colorado and taken rooms with Mrs Fox Danville avenue George Smith represented a nuns bcr of daily papers at Crab Orchard Springs during the druggist meeting there Richmond Pantagraph Mrs D M Lackey of Lancaster is visiting rela tires here Miss Louise was the guest this week of Miss lattie Letcher Judge N Sandifer has been spend ing a few days with relatives in Lan He has a great many friends in this his old home who are always delighted to see him Hon Win Owsley of Burksvillc has been visiting He is a brother of the late Judge M II Owsley and a polished gentleman in whose company it is a pleasure to be Mr R P Adams the wellknown Lexington traveling man was in town Monday Ills wife and baby were with him making the trip Bob is a mighty clever fellow and sells oily city relatives accept Orchard Richmond court rclativesin this Aliss E Miss lwtl r luau F3 is 1 S E 13 is in in to to as by We PAINTING Will give an absolute Guarantee That it is the Best in town have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roof Paint rood Filler Hard Oil Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var niches Putty Sand Paper Etc it will pay you to call on us first our Guarantee FRISBIES DRUG STORE o o 01 Handlel i itiI FIJ rt u u n nB D n 1L E- 3We 1 p 1 Waite p and Remember c i 1 a i p 0 E3 I 0 of lots of goods in this section Dr R Goldstein the celebrated op tician will be at the Garaard Hotel July 1st and 2nd Misses Christine Bradley Altie and Bessie Harksbury Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Jno Burnside Beazley and several others attended the Elks reception at Richmond last Misses Allie Louridge and Daisy DeLong two handsome young ladies of Lexington passed through Monday enroute to the weddingatPaintLick notice of which event appears in our Paint Lick letter Our good friend Col Andrew Rice was able to come to town Monday af tel having been cooped up by rheu matism for several weeks Everybody was glad to see Big Rice and learn that he is rapidly regaining his health Klcholasville Journal Mrs Samuel Ilascldcn of Lancaster spent several days this week with her parents Mr and tits Powell Duncan Mr and Mrs Chas F Denman attended the YantisConkwriglit wedding at Win chester Wednesday Mr and Mrs W B Jarvis will leave July for an extended visit to friends and relatives in McAlister Indian Territory Paris Texas Carmi and Decater Ills and Springfield Ohio will remain away until some time in September Mr Jarvis re Gently sold his farm in Garrard and will spend a time traveling over the country before locating again Lexington Leader Dale of Shelbyville is the guest of her sis ter Mrs C C Freeman of this city Miss Dale has the distinction of hav hug just won a very interesting con test in Shelbyville the prize being a two weeks trip to the PanAmerican Exposition offered by Caldwell and Harbison a prominent firm there for the most popular teacher in Shelby county Miss Dales vote was 1614 ahead of any of the other contestants Col Will Ferguson came in from Cov ington last week just in time to assist in entertaining the Louisville Although here on important connected wIth his farm he readily consented and was ready to do any thing or go anywhere to assist lie went to Richmond with the com mittee worked like a Trojan here in town and then went with Jno Farra and Louis Landram with the train to Stanford and Danville Not only is Ferguson ready to go but he is equally as ready to delve jeans and help the boys to pay expenses If Lancaster had about twentyfive fel lugs who were as ready and willing to we would soon have a city ahead any in this section Baptist church was crowded Wednesday night to witness the marriage of Elijah Lear Yantis and Miss Mary Nelson Conkwright The church was beautifully decorated in green and white and puttee plants added to the artistic effect The bride and her maid of Miss Nellie Hall came down one aisle and the groom and his best man Guy Davidson of Lancaster came down the other and met in front of the Rev B B Bailey in a beautiful ceremony pronounced the words that bind time these two lives and destinies The bride was gowned in a lovely dress of white Paris muslin trimmed in Ppliq c and lilies of the valley She wore the conventional veil similarly draped and carried a bouquet of bride roses Miss the maid of honor wore Paris muslin trimmed in lace and carried a bouquet tea roses After the wed hug the bridal couple accompanied by Mr and Mrs Charles Denman cousins of the room drove to Lexington and day were given a recep tion at Lancaster by Mr and Mrs Wm Lear uncle and aunt of the groom The groom is a son of S S Yantis and formerly lived here but now reside near Lancaster The bride n the youngest daughter of Judge JConkwright and is one of the love Hest of Winchesters fair daughters Mr Yantis will make their home at Lancaster J It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular mate Yes if possible if not for you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced all civilized countries with success severe throat and lung troubles Boschces German Syrup It not only teals and stimulates the tissues destroy the germ disease but allays inflamation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle mended many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize Alma nac at Stormes Drng store Should your best girl refuse to par take of icecream at you expense after you have dropped a mild hint relating to the scarcity of the almighty dollar that is love A Sprained Ankle QuIcklyCured At one time I suffered from a so vere sprain of the ankle says Geo E Cary editor of the Guide Washing ton Va After using several well recommended medicines without sue cess I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that relief came soon as I began its use and a com B E McEoberts Druggist on liam city f is com Sold1 night They Lillie peoples Co into his go into a proposition to help the town oft DemocratThe honor altar for all nails the following an- N and cUtp In Plate cure speedily followed Bran this Kilgore l Mrs Doer Parks mess col the some or fame time make drea went ahead the it at self for at a teen the and Mrs dead when erl you It years For ate my one and Tex the C are Louisville Man Tackles Old Abe Dor rep for Foot Race and Distanced A HOT The strenuous proprietor of Seel bachs elegant hotel in Louisville Louis Seelbach was undeniably handsomest man in the Louisville delegation and had not been in town fifteen miuutes until he knew half the people on the streets He is frolic as a colt and is always eager anything that promises a bit of sport excitement On the street here he happened to run across a wellknown character named Abe Dorsey who al though sixty years old can run faster huller louder and jump higher than any other man in this province Abes as a tough old sprinter has spread even to Louisville and in less than it takes to tell it the nel and he had agreed privately to an impromptu dash of a yards And suddenly away they lickitysplit right across the public square fairly burning the wind Dorsey came out a clean twenty yards and uttered such a whoop that town clock struck It was a very strenuous contest and those who saw laid back an The trouble is Colonel remarked Abe shaking hands with his perspiring but natured competitor You cant work your underpinning quite fast enough You can run a hotel to beat Texas but you cant run yourself The blushed slightly these remarks and passed around the cigars declaring that he was entirely too stout to propel him with celerity And this is true he is accumulating adipous tissue terrific rate having gained four pounds since leaving Louisville on excursion A Most Deplorable Death ElDorado Ark Last Sat urday morning our town was shocked grieved by the intelligence that T E Adams had been found in her bed The exact hour the summons carne was not known to any one She had been suf fering with heart disease for sometime her health had been failing and died while peacefully sleeping Mrs Adams was a noble Christian la dy and a devoted wife and mother The summons found her prepared and the sleep begun on earth was but the awakening of her soul in the realms of paradise She leaves a devoted hus band and four small children to mourn their irreparable loss To them we extend profound and heartfelt a sympathy maiden name was Maggie Smith and she was a sister of Mr John Smith who resides in the Paint Lick neighborhood Many Gar county friends extend sympathy Mr Adams who is left with four little daughters to mourn loss Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers never thought of anything else for Indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of vous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested loud regulate the action of the stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that all they took feeling dull bad witl1 and other Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing the matter with you Get rccns Prize Almanac at Stormes Drug Store When a woman gives you the sack need not expect her to give you the trousers also she will wear them herself later on when she has recon sidered the matter A Good Cough Medicine speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it their own families in preference to j I have slId Chamber lains Cough Remedy for the past five with complete satisfaction to myself customers says Druggist Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and in colds and for the cough following la grippe and find it very efficacious sale by R E McRoberts Druggist It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all It is for the jeweler the florist and messenger sometimes for the lawyers A few months which I breakfast would not remain on stomach for half an hour I used of your Kodol Dyspepsia can eat my meals with a relish and my thoroughly digested Nothing equals K dol Dyspepsia Cure for sto for Wrath troubles H S Pitts Arlington ICnrlol Cure what you eat The wise virgins of olden times kept their lamps trimmed and burning but those of the present generation keep gas turned low andthey manage catch as many suckers den at McRoberts Drug Store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They an elegant physic They im prove the appetite strengthen the di gestion and regulate the liver and bowels are easy to take and pleasant in effect v Come and see me if you want good on the shares want them on two years time with goodpaperor will take horses or mules in exchange I have 400 2 to 5 years Southdojwn and mountain I can suit you if want sheep Come with your 1 olo Ser of O jgi by fast ing the 0 ity niCE n Is hun jes lolled good getting The deceaseds her anditgrandmothers Biliousness liver when and headaches aches You only need a few doses other and boyand food for bottle Cure and now other food is Dyspepsia digests D P Frisbio trading II I Bash dispenser Times us t er ago bye I all al elves blues Z C usinr u ton bine An river An the that water asked The by a a courts land Then bacon things this spirits made have ing far low State 25th with wil colt Full old high News Zinc ore assaying 14 a ton in the cars at Marion is said to have been found in Crittenden county is said that the proposed oil com in Kentucky will be composed of operators and prospectors who will commence a thorough systematic for oil openair meeting was held at Louisville Thursday night at which improvements were discussed appropriation for 150000 to raise Sixth Street dam in that city so it will insure six to eight feet of at Madison Indiana is to be total valuation of property in Kentucky subject to taxation as equal A Washington telegram says that Henry E Youtsey serving a life for complicity in the of William Goebel was this week granted a patent on an extension street car step The Alumni Association of Central University ratified the consolidation of the university with Centre College vote of 5y to 41 The vote was taken at 145 oclock this morning af ter a long and hard Barharaeti2ry bat tie between the consolidation and an ticonsolidationists The association adjourned sine die at 215 oclock As last resort the anticonsolidationists will now carry the fight into the Thousands of persons camping in Oklahoma awaiting the opening of to settlement are reported to be in destitute circumstances Good Advice Although Sam Jones frequently sets his mouth to going when he has to say lie frequently gives some timely advice the following for I want you my sinner to kiss and get married and then devote your morality and money making let your homes be provided with piety pots kettles brushes brooms benevolence bread charity hope crackers faith flour affection salt sincerety onions integrity virtue and wisdom Have all these on hand and happiness will ev er with you Dont drink anything intoxicating eat moderatelygo about your business after breakfast lounge little after dinner chat after teal kiss after a quarrel and all the bliss earth can afford will be yours the grave closes over you and your are borne to the higher and happier world The doctors told me my cough was incurable One Minute Cough me a well man Norris North Stratford N II Because you not found relief from a stubborn cough dont despair One Minute Cure has cured thousands and will cure you Safe and sure F P Frisbie Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates for hold the Kentucky fairs this year so as reported Guthrie July days Houstonville July days Danville August 6 4 days Madisonville August 6 5 days Lawrenceburg August 20 i days Shepherdsville August 20 4 days Lagrange August 21 4 days Shelbyville August 27 4 days Springfield August 28 2 days Bardstown September days Elizabeth townSeptember daysGlasgow Low Rater vlaqueen Crescent Montreal Christian Workers Assembly July 21Aug 4th On sale 8thMilwaukee P E July 2325th Long limit and rates Tenn Annual Meeting Teachers Association July 23 one fare the round trip good re turning August 16th French Coach Stallion Quasi No 2 1 27 French Coach Horse Stud Book of America alsoiu Republlque Francaise Harat Nation aux No 12803 Winner of first prize at National Universal Exposition Paris 1897 and In 1898 competing over stallions Imported by M H Tlchener Co of Chicago in 1893 Color buy with small star black points hands high weighs in working order 1325 pounds foaled April 28 1894 Bred by M Lemeland of Commune of Hub ersvllle department of Lamorchi got by the government stallion Fruuse dam Chaimanti LeDard Second dam by Revolution make the present season of 1901 at my farm miles from Stanford on Hnstonville pike at f1000 the season money due when service ia rendered or 1500 to insure a living Mares kept at hoc per week on grass Personal attention given but no responsibility accidents orsey Qolddust 12052 4400 by Golddnst 150 by Vermont Morgon dam by Zalcadl an imported Arabian Stallion Dorsey Golddnsts dam is Florence by Gol Mingo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan mak him an intensely inbred Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides bent family of road horses known Dorsey Golddnst is a dark bay full 16 hands and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for won harness and saddle and are in demand at top prices Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford At 10 To Insure A Mares kept at60c per week No for accidents or escapes The best of per sonal attention given to F REIDStanford or Danville Ky R JGeN It forsearch Equalization sentence assassination nothing instance time to be until II li I 43 243 35 104 I I k N C GO 2J brother to Estelle 2 19 Sired by Zlcadt ColtAt 0000p00008pt1000b06060 4 Sit S t 1 wart THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 25000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 00 Address all correspondence to Home Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKYGood terms to firstclass agents Notwithstanding the fact that The Season is Well On We still have in and on display a Complete Stack of Spring and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we can please you SALLIE D TILLETT M I The Time For iTORNADOES Has Arrived jSeveral cities and towns have been ii c greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3VIOLENT WINDS E Have your property insured against 2fc loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind istorms It costs but little 1 R KINNAIRD 1 WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county are cordially invited to call and examine the handsomest of IMPORTED WALL PAPER Paper Hangers who will personally attend each job atthe lowest possble prices We also have a full line ofPaints Oils VarnishesWindow Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Wird Deutch Gesprochen X G BANZHAF Clerk I m i3 m flliIJmfrJmfi1 miIJfJfrJmfi1l 8 soc lfij Ql ill frJ t m iI i lU JUJUll1 U UUUU U lU UliU U U themost jpiJ t r r G 1 r Bepsentii Folloiinj Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Coniieticut German American Phenix of Brookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD KINNAIRDINSURANCE Aetna Life Ins Co gf HartfordJConn i miles SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown 16 hands high heavy mane and tail He Great HE EAGLE Winner of 40 Blue Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season and ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares He will make the season atThos L Baughmans place four from Danville on Lancaster pike 10 to Insme a Living Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at 7 insure Jno S BaughmanDanville Sired by present ORGANIZED lass NATIONAL Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefal and PromptAtteaUua Qa rante d J M HieaiMBOTHAK L w Y LKAYWi B F HUDSON W O Bistro Preslden- YlcePresident Caahiet Assistant Cashr DIRECTORS TKAXMOLO Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the Hew York Life tairaice Co and the LuiraiiK CITIZEN p BANK CD W4LEZB Boo eeper dwIi YLZATu Basesfor Conmultal Fire C G B LANOABTEB YY JMHIeentHoi8I B F HUDSON J JVALLU t swIebltoadASty Sufferers from this horrible malady nearly always inherit necessarily from the parents but may be from some remote ancestor for Cancer often runs through several generations This deadly years or until you reach middle then the little sore or ulcer makes a swollen gland in or some other part gives the first cure Cancer perma all the virus iliminated from the vestage it driven out This S S S does the only medicine that can reach deep seated obstinate blood troubles like this When all the poison has been forced out of the system heals and the disease never returns Cancer begins often in a small way asthe following letter from Mrs Shirer shows A small came on my jaw an inch L 0 f Ahlfl UInitnot polson may lay the blood for life its pearanceor body thoroughlyand bloodevery f about IeIcw the earon the left side my face ltgave j iTT ape e an- a oX vie no or inconvcn rfncc and I should have onrottcn it had it uotl to inflame and itch it would blecd a little then scab over but Vrould not heal This continued for some time tvhcn to swell becoming very painful The Cancer be nu to eat and spread until it was as large as a dollar tvheiil of S S S and determin ed to give it a fair trial nnd wa3 icmarkable vchrt a wonderful effect ahout un baU ithad from the aesore t taking a few bottles disappeared entirely This was two years ago thc e are no of the Cancer my general hcallh tinues srood Mas I beal nndafte R SH1lER La Plata fo I I u the greatest ot blood and the only one guaranteed tnr free book on aU our Sei Cancer containing valuable and information about this disease and trnteour about casa no charge for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECifiC CO ATLANTA GA Tile preliminary Government report indicates a reduction in acreage of spring wheat of acres The report shows a reduction of 3S per cent in the acreage oats as compared vi Hi that harvested last year Hurley has dropped per cent and rye 19 per cent Harrodsburg C James bought two highclass road horses in Green county last Friday at to SlfjO This class of stock he says is as scarce as liens teeth Somebody has started the following 011 its rounds for publication and it is close to the facts so we will give it also to our readers The hog is the mortgage lifter the sheep the farm fertilizer the cow the barn builder and the hen the grocery bill payer This quartette with a man and a woman not afraid of the work in for them will insure prosperity on any farm The price of Irish potatoes is going oit of sight It is said the northern fax iners have cornered the market by holding their product back for higher prices It will be a month yet before the new crop will begin those posted say they would not be surprised to see potatoes bring 82 a bushel Louisa scws The produce people say that there will be more geese raised in this section this year than ever The goose business here has gotten to be something enormous Samuel Fleck of the largest merchants in York City who receives all the geeseshipped from here says the Louisa Produce Com pany ships more geese than arc shipped from any other section of the United States lIe said that the largest num her shipped from any other section in one season was live car loads The Louisa Produce Company shipped eleven cars in one season Some idea of the possibilities of cat tlerearing in Texas and the improve mont that has of later years been wrought in the cattle of that State may be gathered from the statement that last week a Texas breeder placed at the St Louis market some fed year ling heifers that averaged 1075 pounds and sold for 425 for dressedbecf Some older cows were marketed at the same time by the same con signor They averaged 855 and brought but 320 That tells the storyA in Home and Farm thus tells how a certain man built a rat proof corncrib his pillars were two or two and onehalt feet high On each pillar he inverted a broad flat pudding pan several inches larger all around than the pillar On these lie put his sills and built his crib It was old when I saw it but he said no ver min had ever been in it except one mouse which made a stairway of a piece of timber left leaning against the crib by a careless boy Maysville Public Ledger If you wint to see time criminal effect of using dow of Rays PostOJIice Drug Store There is enough poison within a few inches space to kill half a dozen men These leaves were taken from a lot of tobacco bought by a local dealer One anygrower who puts it on his plants A new grass seed stripper the firstone of the kind ever manufactured came from the shops of Jlagan Broth This machine is a very ingenious con rapidly whips theseed from the stems as they drawn under it by the interesting Vans e L t J r TI f nm ER rt h Jr 1200000 1 SayingsI 100 caring to come in and before lie commission New purposes pounds justexamine poisonis Tuesdayafternoon Abarbedar timeframe t p from tho cylinder to an qjic31ess cnrvler working on an incline plane and is conveyer into a sack nttncliert nt the rear Ex There is a movement on foot in some sections to discontinue the use of Paris gieen on tobacco If the to bacco growers will unite in an agree ment to cease the use of the deadly poison then it is said the matter will be carried to the Legislature and the enactment of a prohibitory law cured with heavy penalties for violation Time green which adheres to the tobacco even through the manufacturing process isever a men ance and danger to the life and health of the user of the weed As is well known the ingredient depended on to do the work for which it is prepared and used is arsenic a deadly mineral poison Arsenic may not always kill when first taken but if taken as in tobacco chewing it is in the system and trouble is sure to result Those familiar with the matter assert that the use of Paris green in tobacco cultivation will have to b6 stopped or measures to the and loss of the producer will follow Escaped Him I am sure Alfred you will regret to Lear that my uncle who died a faw weeks ago and from whom J confident ly expected something handsome Are you going to tell me Myrt Miss Elphinstine that he cut you off entirely He did not leave me a penny Alfred not one penny Then r in view of what you have always led me to believe Miss stine I am sure you will not insist upon upon our Certainly not Alfred You are free 1 vns about to siy that my uncle while lie did not leave me a single penny did bequeath to me 40000 in good and lawful American currency Sorry you must go so soon Good night ilr Hig yiuside Chicago Tribune On Atlantic Mother That gentleman seems very attentive to you Clara What sort of a young1 man do you find him Clara Oh he seems all right but a perhaps who always takes things lit erally My dear Clara what a very shocking remark I know he was very ill first few days out hut fancy no ticing such a thing 1ickMeUp In UJie The little girl in time family was inclined to answer the doorbell about as soon as it sounded and sometimes she gave answers 10 whomever might be there that were curious One day the man who collects the packages of laundry was at the loon and asked if the laundry was ready No she replied Papa has got it onrelroit Free Press Tiill 1 see the complaint is made that in New Jersey the hoboes use fhnrehes for resting places They oc cupy them at night and vacate them during the day Jill 1 suppose it is against the law for a fellow lo sleep in church any time but on Sundays Isnt there a great deal of egotism among actors asked the young woman I am sorry to say there is an swered Mr liarncs Why T have met no less than three actors who thought they could play Hamlet as well as 1 do Washington Star Ills OeiMiici I Ion Irene Has that young man who comes to see you now any profes Maud T heard papa say the other day that was a lobbyist 1 sup pose hes an architect builds foyers and like that Chicago Nut IrivtIcMi licit I married you for your monej she cried bitterly Then a visible effort controlling her sobs she went on hoarsely And that is wh you look like fl cents to me now Baltimore Amen One AVfllPnia hank Clerk I tell you hank clerks are not sufficiently remunerated exclaimed the broker quite forcibly Oh I dont know said time bank president with a sad smile our last receiving teller got about 20000 a year for six yeais Brooklyn Life Ilia View of It The Artist proudly I received S5000 for that picture Mr Porkham Gee whizz Now youll be able te quit and yo into some kind of business wont you Puck RATHER DIFFICULT FOR HIM c regularly accumulated detriment time lit tIe I he lIIJIi lion man Eo i m Stormil1 lon ion things Tribune n by I can paint ill i proS tIphii empty ot tier MerIy a Stat e lit Jones I am never at a loss in con versationHis Hostess BuT surely Mr Jones there must be sonic subjects then I say nothing and look intelligent Punch The Philosopher TIs best said he no luck at all Than always have It bad Catholic Standard and Times youdoJonesOh smallAnd oi13 I 4 t NoK gairt Willie Wellington I never expect to marry Why not Well J shouldnt care to marry n woman who was not clever And if 1 proposed to one and she regarded jne sufficiently intelligent and for j bearing to iriake suitable husband why then I shouldnt regard her as Washinton Star Staylatc Now when it comes to gunning for lucks I prefer n smoothbore Miss Shnrpe suppressing a yawn I should think that would be unsatis factory and annoying at times Mr Staylate Why Miss Sharpe Because I never knew any kind of bore that would go off at the right time Philadelphia Press Hill He Couldnt Pa said little Jimmy I was very near getting to the head of my class today How was that Jimmy Why a big word came all the way down to me anti if I could only spelt it I should have gone clear up N Y World Ills Indignant Iixiiiiry Tic oh his knees Darling I bra you ill my heart with all my soul and with all the strength of my being you in earnest Clarence He reproachfully In earnest Say dp yon think lagging my trousers this wily for fun Puck IiiKit in the Gloom I am sorry for you my boy said the old man I feel certain that are about to wed a woman that not know how to cook It might be worse father an swered the young man She has never to try to learn Indianap otis Press UnpidTraiisit Ketnrii I wouldnt be guilty of doing a favor for a man and then in a day or two asking him to do mc one No nor T Id ask him right straight off before his gratitude gets a chance to cool Indianapolis Lost Iutleiice We cannot consider your story seriously wrote an editor to an au thor Von have killed your hero in the middle of it ro which the author replied I killed him because he made me tired J Atlanta Constitution A Matter of IZeulth When the world is dull and gloomy And wont go the proper way It is really your stomach That is ailing so they say And the world would chime with laughter Till the rippling cchocjs wake 11 we only could discover Just what medicine to take f Washington Star h A HEAVY 5 t t Ubncnnn 1 I Then lip fr 0 I with SheAre ram docs promised BURDEN cl ViLt ham Journal She Its queer that Mr Smith sank when he broke through the ice when he was such an excellent swimmer lie Well you see he had just eaten one of his wifes biscuits Chicago Inter What is Successi this strange life Pray tell us what it means With some tis wine and terrapin With others pork maid beaus Washington Star AII Absent Minded Father Hewitt Congratulate me old man Im a happy father Jewctt 15oy or girl Hewitt 1y Jove old man I to inquire Brooklyn Life Not one of our new neighbors has called yet Thats all right It gives ustime to find out whether or not we want them to call Chicago Record Xniiiral History Item What animal is it that is webfoot ed TonimieV The spider maam Yonkers Statesman Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and digestive or gans is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand all other results imperfect and 1 Large size contains 2K tlmo small size Book dyspepsiamuiledfrea Prepared by E C DeWITT CO Cbleaao Social Exploration Pllca SOC Ocean- S ticees forgot aturo reconstructing A 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac qslcklr ascertain our opinion invention Is probably Communica tions Hondbookon Patents eontfroa Oldest for securing patents Patents taken through recelva notice without charge In the Scientific jntierican Illustrated weekly largest eheulation of any eclontiilo 3 ayear four months It MYOflO a ketch descrIption rod I a o dun I mine HItHH 311 anr JiJUlIUInw CMKM OK V Bi s No otherI packatsQ cot fee os so far or gives such ntire i AR 8 mC HlES DPAfl3t1 V m Costa only g cent more than the common kind Gives more cups and bettercoffee to the pound than or its nInny Initiations Save the wr pperseachone ontltlts to a delinile part of some useful arUle Look for the list Ineach package mi sCsfac11on A51r any cow PEAS n AI rr 31 9 BEANS of the most profitable crops and soil improving Other seasonable seeds you may need are Seed Corn Millets Beans Sorghum or Cane Broom Corn Kaffir Corn Buckwheat Rape Etc We carry the Largest and Best cot lection of Seeds in the Central West mation about all tutU will be fll providing you mention us a the Seeds well quote low prices Weo s sfi LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY FOR THE LIFE OF Col DAN RICE IS NOW READ Y It is the story of the most sensational and career of the a veritable artesian well of wit and wisdom and rich with rare rem iniscence The of the day Agents wanted Address MARIA WARD BROWN West End Long Branch N J f ilSOJA are two 1III farmers can sow for lay forage grain tl 1 tJ Jtl G Fieldr Flower Seeds Y OUR CATALOGUe t FReE this paper you tan I CO SEEDSMEN J 1J tL C i1 Agents WanIed unique century It t including Vegetable Grass and gives fullinforc- m moneymaker THE Queen Crescent Route and its connecting to the 1 Exposition BUFFALOMay 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train service J will be announced later Tho Pan American the greatest American Expos ition since the Worlds Fair Imposing i architecture wonderful displays special S features dazzling Midway NIAGA Panmerican A II I a FALLS 0 so from minutes Grouixds Free q1I1Umn Rooc1 Bloc LII train so tick E tor lohfdwelc or a1drou Oi W Recl1n1ngChalr3 0 k Caet l1tttpam o re L UItcHtLLP tnattamogm RINrARBON1k a Aniiual MeetingI C 0 4 ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City N Y i I Offers the following attractions Imperial Council II OF TilE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Ho June 11 and I2th One Fare for the BiiifTrip PLUS S200 Eportl Leape feting SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st 1901 GREATLY REDUCED RATE SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH Tune Jily August and September One Fare lor tie Bound Trip PLUS 200 Lor further information call on or addressR T G MATTHEWS Traveling Puss Agt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Apt St Louis Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOHND Number 4 Daily Does Numbers stops when flagged SOUTH BOUND i puoes I I I I Number 10 Dally except Sunday l09 nmNumber 6 Daily 133 pmRot 6 mmmo 4Hp111 1 stops when 11 46 nm 11 12 ama NumberI tInily except Sunday Number N N umber tinged umber 5 Stop ii 12 pm CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time In ef ct July 151900 STATIONS J 18pm 8 650am 3 Philadelphia 1015am 705pm rj40un 908pm STATIONS LvNowYork SOOam 500pm Philadelphia 1020am 731pm 2 if pm II 71am 4 10pm 550am Winchester 7 S7am 4 38pm 22am 2 8 12am 510pm 7 00am 330pm ArLouIsville llOCum Through Trains run to and from New York write or telephone GEOWJJARNEYDpji USXINUTOH KT Z SE30 D Lou lvIlle S aia m 6 Wpm litbums m S itiam 550pm Winchester 1157 am tiOpm MtSterUl I2j nn 9 4i1mmim 925am 70pmash in ton SI OONC ton S OOpm SundayFor 815am SCam 2 12pm LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business ve otter our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale withus e will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us IT r I D AVIOSON L aI irt fruf mtJ u I Estate Agents y indirectly Real NoTI louse and Lot in McCreary ICy Fine locution for Doe tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway varandas n l a summer kitchen iittachcd goo l cellar every convenience iu the way of oiulmildtngs barn bujifcy lionse etc Good garden with strawberry bed ami i nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Kverything id new ind couvenleut Trice is right arid terms easy No 2 Tacaiit Lot in Lancaster win go Juicli On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and 32 feet deep or Ii feet deep if desired a iwirt of the Dr OI Hill property Splendid build ing site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Y icant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item Xo feet front on lull street 25 feet deep or li feet deep if so desired a part of time Dr O I Hill place Good location iu ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No Farm oi 2 Acres on Mid tHe Fork of Sugar Creek t Miles from Lancaster Known a the old Stone Ilaca Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acre of good tobaccn or hump land the rest is rich and productive S ever failing water and lencing in good repair has been well treated 1J story box house I rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm of80 Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown In oats aud grass 2T acres of line tobacco or hemp lund brings tine wheat and corn remainder iu grass Stork water in abundance Sufficient throughout lat drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence cottage residence barn icehouse miami all net essary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it iNo 14 000 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 Ciucinuat Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal oi a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Toplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 15 Tacant Lot 011 South Side Water street hetween Lex ington and Panlding In Lancastor 75 feet front on Water sire t 200 feet in depth This lot is held at a reasonable price Ao 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys JSenrt ofKentucky River In Garrard county about miles north water 25 acres in apl le orchard good peach orchard room twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbiuldiiigs Laud n Polleys Lend is fast increasing in value I I I tint This Proprty is Cheap aUlI 0 4 I year room IfBuena istt unllcr good fence with Jlkl1t of 1 iiLan 4 rem 3 No Farm or 10 Acres in Uoefc castle County in the lottom- of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard anti Koefccastlo H e All bottom land level and prtidncthre nt p failing stock water 1 story log bouse au all necessary outbuildings 1o sesaion IT U af April 1st IAt Irice within the reach of men ot moderate means No 1 House and Lot in Danville liy in Otter Addition on East Maui Street Nice residences are building all around this property proper iu this location is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas tel on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known is the out Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is 1 la feet front on Danville A veimti and 193 feet in depth House is i twostory frame buildings large commodious and e n veniently arranged iu every particular has rooms hallway kitchen anti front Teramhi both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively Im proved aud place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price 1ossessiou given when desired Xo 11 Farm of lOS Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Ivirksville Tike Very fertile and productive 75 aerosol splun did hemp or tobacco lain acres in grass balance mulct cultivation watered by n v rfailing springs 1lace is in good repair 1J4 stories containing Grooms porch ami porches good cistern good boxed log btrn and good ontbuiidings line and well selected orchard containing nuiny varieties of fruit A iiae farm of modurntesizo No 12 Farm of S4 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the JJnckeye Pike balanceuuder cnltivatfongood strong lund iu good repair and w edby never falling springs Two tory frumuhouse 6 rooms and necessary outbuildingsOne of the largest and best barns in the cottatry Buildings Ire comparatively new oo lorchard A very desirable farm near t wuand good locality Xo i House ami Lot near Sul phur Well Kentucky Two story frame honst containing reupper and lower all neeemry wij buildings l ace in good repair and healthlocation Will trado for house and lut iu L i castei No 7 house awl Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East 3Iain Street House has S large room front halhvncabove und below back hall varanda somely finished inside and conveniently cou strneted large bath room complete outfit offixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot is100 feet front 4 17 fttt in depth nice stable lotand Luge garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself Xoltt Farm ofSO Acres tit logamma Jessamine County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences inthe JJIiie Grass Uegiou with SO micros of fertilelaud attached situated at Loganx in Jesse mine county Kyr miles from on a good turnpike and near railioad 5 room cottage house magniHeieiit barn and every kind of convenient outbuilding ROod water in good repair Good location for doctor or hairy man te ire feet front feet deep t It non latticed large lit acres in grass in Lowell 11111 WilY hand Sic l4JlniUe everything tIT i 7 Very 5 For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson o R LaivOilice over Stormes store Louis Landrail Central Record oilice Notice to Hoar Proof on Claims MaryC Cox Garrard Circuit Court Juo M Higginbotham Admr Deft Fnrsnnnt to an order of reference of the Oar rard Circuit Court made at its March turin1901 in the above styled ease the undersigned Master will hold daily sitting in his oilice III Lancaster county Ky beginning with this date and sit day to day until tIe 10th of June 1JOl to hearproof on claims against decedent estate Illclaims will present them prop erly verified and proven within the ed limit or thev will become barred Given under my hand day of April 1001 JSO V Ml S t Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court PItT vs dl1 h1ill thIs lth Rlls ersoamt Lexington Chahoqoal Low Rates Queen Crescent Route From all points City and vu Ask ticket agents for full particulars W C ItlNBARSOX G 1A J unction i PoI V Nc Soontnbe Mothers GRIN E AR rrand others have months of and passingthrough the weary time before confinementThe this ease by usIng externally the uniqueliniment Its beneficent influence makes child bearing a pleasUre asit relieves alt nervousness headache and nausea he JoPcr hoW hc wow hnc them GE Druggist Dayton 0Sent by Press plid crii receipt o price 11 per bottle Book COI crpect3nttitled mailed Cree THE co GaMotcri is sell by au Some LI A customer hose wita used Slathers Frienday that ifsic had tnthrn mgh the orialagainsd but as LtYroc flRiWIEL frles Druggists