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IJ TWKLVIB YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Sy as Second Clots Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 4 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t tnttn trcrt XHBE4 t- F k zY HOME NEWS r w1-c THE a Dont stamp your checks now Conn givts rebate stamps on all cash work Official figures placeGarrardcountys taxable property at 47685U8 Currey Sells good good as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places What you think of the new now Do you still say THE is full of prunes Blue cupid pin heads Under please return to RECORD office and receive reward Nip It In The Bud Someone suggested holding a stock fair in Lancaster THE RECOUD tried to learn who that someone was but he had flown to paits unknown For pits sake fight off a stock fair Madison lUKtltute We call attention to the advertise ment of Madison Institute elsewhere in this issue of THE RECORD This is one of the best schools in the South and it will be to your interest to send for a catalogue before deciding upon where to send your daughter Goy Bradley Declines Louisville Gov W O Bradley who was solicited to take the presidency of the American Trust and Investment Company a corpora tion which certain capitalists had agreed to organize if he would accept the place has formally declined the offer The only reason given by Gov Bradley for his decision is that he pre fers to engage in the practice of law The Harvest Iv On The farmers are up to their ears in harvest this week the weather having been unusually good for the work In the early spring it was feared the crop would not turn out well but the yield is far ahead ofexpectations and almost a full crop will be made The recent high winds have caused some trouble by blowing down the wheat but little or none has had to be abandoned Some trouble has been had in securing hands but this has not delayed work The yield in Garrard last year was enormous being about the best ever raised in the county I t r ilroad Lot TimesFormer RDRECD Dr Hobson will be here Monday We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler V 2t Miss Sallie Tillett is making good headway with her new building on Danville street This is the gerlorious Fourth and many a 2x4 windjammer is torturing the people over this beautiful land of minors mill to Start We will be prepared to start our mills in a few days We are prepared to store wheat See us about storage J S Minor Son Col Collier Gets Appointment A Washington dispatch says Gen D R Collier of this city has been appointed a storekeeper and gauge for this district He has not yet been assigned to duty as the collector does this Save Supper For Ten Mr Bastin manager of the local telephone exchange to say that when as many as ten peo ple go to Crab Orchard Springs for supper it will cost nothing to Mr Willis to save supper they dont arrive in time him any way if you go with a party CUjrlCouncIl The City Council met Monday in regular session A few little bills were allowed new pavements ordered put down in front of several pieces of property on Stanford street some crossings made and several other small matters looked after A settlement was made with last years tax collec tor The marshal reported a number of dogs killed and he was instructed to keep up the good work Please Iteport We have had some complaints from subscribers that THE RECORD does not reach them We pay a stiff price to have these papers delivered and if your paper is not in the ollice please report the date time you asked for it etc and we will see if Uncle Sam learn the cause of the trouble The papers are started from this ollice on time and if you dont receive it the trouble is in the mail service Theres a way to remedy this and we will see that it is done I Thompson urn asks TUERECOUD telephone in- case cannot Telephone The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Ky Has been applied to every de partment of our Large Stock burning to the very edge It is our Custom to have a clearance sale every season We are now just inaugurating one and we extend a general invitation to everybody attend this sale THERE ARE DOLLARS AND CENTS IN IT FOR YOU We can show you prices that will be MORE ATTRACTIVE for you than to see them in print Our space here is too limited to quote you many prices therefore we ask you to come and see what we SHALL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED Elegant styles in Lawns and Dimities at 5 10 12 and 15 cents a yard Mercerized Foulard Silks at 20c worth 35c Fine Imported Foulard Silks 38c worth 75c Special lots in Ladies Slippers to close out G9c 78c 89c 118 and 138 WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY One special lot of Mens Fine Shoes we will close out at 148 worth 250 and 300 SPECIAL LOTS IN CHILDRENS BOYS AND MENS CLOTHING will be sold at half value This is an opportunity WELL WORTH THE ATTENTION of everyconsumer merchandise tt to V0 0 pto to 0 0 ii Torch Iii Q 0 0 I profit o 0 o 0 0 oooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooo 0 o Q 0f p 0 offerYOU 0 8 1 0- v 00- v 0 48c 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 o o o 0p lo 0 00000CO00JO00 J0 Ovor O Oe10 000JO0ov o o ooooo oooco o ooo a ooo Tile ofReuction 0 o 0 o 0 O 1 0Q p top 6Q o O Q O Q 0 0 Q Q 0 O 0 oat 9- c 0 O 0 0 0 00- f 0 v 0 OC OOO00 000 0 0 0- t v 150 to Cincinnati next Sunday The Park loafers are increasing in numbers Saturdays CourierJournal came in Monday morning The candidates are getting a hump on themselves and the floater is happy I have extra Southdown year ling bucks and lambs for sale G T Higginbotham Marcellus Judge M D Hughes is booking some splendid attractions for the local opera house the coming season A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Mill Also a lot of chicken 5304t We are giving great bargains in buggies surries phaetons and road wagons for tliirtydays Elmore A Madison County Product A Madison county man is advertis ing for a stray mule described as 23 hands high Some of the candidates in the recent primary up there must have electioneered with rank stuff t Help a Good Cause The ladies of the Methodist church will have an exchange in the Stormes building adjoining MissSallieTilletts store every Saturday afternoon for the entire summer They will sell and serve light salads chick ens ices cakes etc Proceeds lor parsonage Come around and pur chase your suppers and Sunday meals and thus help a worthy cause Quarterly Meeting The last quarterly meeting of the conference year will be held at the Methodist church Saturday and Rev Jno R Deering of Lex ington will be present and conduct all the services Quarterly Conference and first sermon Saturday 8 p m ser mon Communion Sunday 11 a m Ser mon Sunday 8 p m Dr Deering is a tine preacher and a large crowd is ex pected to hear him GarrardCo Sunday School Convention There will be held in Lancaster July 18th in the Presbyterian church a County Sunday School Convention It is that there will be delegates from each Sunday School in the coun ty Mr Fox our State Secretary and other workers will be with us and an enjoyable day is expected It will be only ore days session beginning about 930 oclock Our town people are earnestly requested lend their presence and assistance to make the Convention a success This is a work in which all the churches are interested so lets all work together for good results 2t Florist Move Away After remaining in Lancaster for several years and building up a nice business as a florist Mr Heberling has been compelled to his green houses on account of lack of water He had two immense houses in which were growing a lovely lot of plant etc but having to carry the water was too much work and expense and he decided to move to Danville This is a move that will be regretted by many of our citizens but we may all set it down in our memorandum books that no enterprises will locate in Lan caster until she shakes off all the and has uptodate improvements About That Snake Cynthiana D3mocrat Shortly af ter the Louisville Business Mens train left Richmond last week the representative of the CourierJour nal thought he saw a rattle snake coiled about his legs and let out a scream that was plainly heard in Lan caster The rest of the excursionists of course fell in with the suggestion readily and believed they saw it too causing intense excitement and confu sion The most remarkable circum stance however is the case of Louis Landram wlio up to the time the Lancaster Record went to press still he was setting the snake and a long story about it That Richmond whisky must have been a hot number SURVEYORS IN TOWN Have Completed Three Lines to Curt RoblnvouB and Now AVorltlng Into Town The corps of Southern railway ning and have pitched their camp in the Graded School yard which makes an ideal location as it is quiet has plenty of shade and water and all the convenience the party could desire They have completed three lines from the river to Curt Robinsons and are now working from that point to town The camp will remain here until they have worked four or five miles south of town They have succeeded in finding a splendid grade and are well pleased so far They have saved a mile and a half in distance and struck several fine farms in such manner as to cause little or no damage Our people will see that the gentlemen live on the fat of the land while in our midst T consequently Leavens omans breads meats morning session tot remove printed engineers arrived in town Tuesday eve sonic fled Sunday hoped hayseed s a n See the pretty dimities at Josephs Chicken feed for sale at Sons All kind of repaired at Conns The soda fountains are reaping a harvest Harvest hands are scarce Its next to impsssible to get Rastus to work in hot weather have the old reliable Mitchell farm wagon we are offering at a bar gain Romans Elmore We have just received a large of extra tine buggy harness We can save you from two to live dollars on in this line Romans El The Logan Dry Goods Co had sev eral thousand quartersheet bills printed at this ollice yesterday and will let the people for miles around know of the great bargains they are offering Kicked by a Home While harnessing a horse yesterday John Moss eldest son of W B Moss was kicked in the abdomen and it was thought time the injury would prove fatal He is resting easy now and it is believed he will recover Confederate Veteran flay During the Elks Fair to be held in Lexington in Augusts there will be a Confederate Veterans Day at which reunion of civil war veterans from all parts of the State will be held All Confederate veterans and their wives will be admitted free and there will be an oldfashioned burgoo for them Sizes It Vp The great trouble with many young is they are notfitted for anything says the Win tester Democrat They want to spend the first 30 years of their life being funny and having a good time then drop into a good with a fat salary Because old business men will not put them at once in these good positions they set tIe down to dry goods box growlers criticising the government and the rich Gospel Meetings The Gospel meetings conducted at the Herring schoolhouse by Rev Jas E Wolford closed on last Saturday night The interest in the services continued unabated through a peritd of nearly five weeks The meetings were a blessing to the entire religious community while fourteen professed having a change of heart These were baptised into the fellowship of Lancaster Baptist church Sunday af ternoon in the presence of a large concourse of people Two others were received into the church by letter waking a total of sixteen accessions The Stage of Life The above is the title ofa forthcom ing novel from the publishing house of The Robert Clarke Company Ciu cinnati It is a story of particular interest to Kentuckians and of very special interest to the people here Many of the scenes and incidents of the book are drawn from places and persons not unfamiliar to the people of Somerset The author bliss Ella Harrison a resident Df known and loved by the people The Stage of Life will appear in with in a few weeks and will be first to those who have made subscriptions The price is 150 Back In the Harness THE RECORD had about concluded that Bro W P Walton had given it the shake as not a single copy of his new paper the Harrodsburg reached our desk until Saturday Tile paper presented such an ed appearance that we scarcely it A new head has been in stalled the matter thoroughly the ads nicely distributed and well set while the editorial column is chock full of such bright uptothe minute matter as only Col Waltons bright pen can produce The Demo crat will shortly blossom into a and several other improve ments be made on it By the way we have noticed no opposition being Col for commissioner which fact goes to show that his party appreciates the years of hard labor he has put in for its advancement and welfare To Sunday School Superintendents of Garrard County Letters have been sent to every Sun day School in the county requesting a report of School contributions and the appointing of delegates to the County Sunday School Convention to in Lancaster July 18 in the Presbyterian church There will be two sessions morning and afternoon morning session about 930 oclock This is a union Convention all the churches being interested in it Mr Fox our State Secretary and other workers will be with us on that day Responses to letters are coming in slowly will the Sunday School Super intendents send in the names of dele gates at once so entertainment can be provided also send in reports and con RespectfullyR Hubble Co A- We I order anything more for a men position condemning tta advanced Democrat recognized classified semiweekly given WaUons candidacy Stella ONeal y ybiarksbur machinery i Somerset imp ov railroad beheld Sec Bargains in buggies etc at f Handsome stock of honey twilled crash at Josephs XK The Kay Peas have a third degree to confer Friday night and the are requested to be present The crop of potato bugs is than usual and the little pests putting gardeners to much trouble The little daughter of Fount Long fell off a fence Saturday and broke her arm just below the elbow Gov Bradley sent THE RECOKD of lice an order for four thousand cards Hes a Lancaster man and gives the home people all the work he can Special Shoe Sale We have about 1000 worth of mens womens and childrens shoes which we have decided to dispose of at cost Call early and secure a bargain jly42t C Co Medical Society The Garrard County Medical Socle ty meets next Friday afternoon at four oclock in the parlors of the Garrard Hotel There will be an af ternoon and an evening session Es sayists for the meeting Drs Kinnaird and Poyntz Subject Typhoid Fe ver Hugh M Grant M DSecy Dr Hobson Coming After much Dr Yal cntine H Hobson the celebrated dentist has decided to come to Lan caster one day in each month and will be at the Garrard Hotel every 2d Monday prepared to do ill kind of dental work See big ad elsewhere in TIlE RECOKD tf Improvements at Cemetery The trustees of the Lancaster recently received eight carloads of screenings from a quarry in the mountains This is being placed on the driveways and is making a great improvement This screenings comes from the rock crushers and thoroughly making a road al most as hard as iron It is not very expensive The trustees are under obligations to Supt Hood of C for valuable assistance in securing the metal It is their intention put in concrete walks as they get the money thus doing the work and never feeling the expense Lancaster has the prettiest Cemetery in the state and when this is done it will far excel any in the south The trus tees are men of business ability and have been working constantly for years in bringing about this COld members business D Powell the K t several f ends rlarge a f solicitation Cemetery cements u I Wheat harvest is in full blast Masonic lodge meets next Tuesday evening Harris minstrels played to a big house Friday night Trade at Blue Grass Grocery Our every day Thousands beautiful presents given away to our trade BETTER NEVER But we prefer to not procrastinate We with all our friends agree that bargains can only be obtained by ing for cash Wedo this ourselves and have now adopted this as our motto Underbuy and Undersell for Cash Do not think when you come into our store that you can not buy of us as Cheap as your neighbor can for we will treat all alike With bargains for Cash Now is the time to enjoy cool light Underwear Gentlemens or Ladies A few brand new Ladies and Childrens Slippers left to go at a bar gain A nice Line of Lawns India Linens and Challies just the kind to wear now See our line of Ladies readytowear Wrappers We handle the celebrated Jamma Wrapper made and warranted The John Shillito Co and sold at City prices Carpets We can show you the most complete line to select from to be found in this section of the State We represent the largest Carpet House in the World who cut and make Carpets Costs us nothing to order them for you and brings us in contact with more people gains we get acquainted and the future can sell you all your goods Harvesting Machine Oil the best lower than you ever bought it before Fruit Jars Glass and Tin Jelly Glasses at bottom prices GROCERIES ETC Green Coffee lOc up Roast Coffees 12c up Granulated Sugur at market price Come in and get our blended teas for making Ice Tea this hot weather Remember we handle Ileintxs ab solutely pure apple vinegar and pickles Let us show you our line of Queens ware 10 piece Toilet Sets artisticaly decorated everything goes at unheard of We thank our Shoe patrons for their liberal patronage and will say to them this fall we will have a stock second to none direct from through us to you thereby ing the m ddle mans prolit in need of anything us a call bargainsWard eveI I LIE TIIN bu b you get bar perhaps- in regular 100 Scts only 2 5 bargains time manu furors savL r ivc I 6B8 Ice Cream Freezer Ice Boxes in all Sizes RefrigeratorsCall Oil Stoves and Ranges Do your own cooking for 220 per week j n mmi JA BeazleyCoF- uneral Directors I KEEP COOL I 19 crl n Doors aD Widows Whitc Mountain BREEZY There is somthing Breezya bout our LightWeight SUMMER SUITS Everyone that has seen them likes them and says they are hand some They impart a cool and refreshing feeling satisfaction to the wearer They are fashioned right and fit is exact THIN PRICES on every suit Try one they are and economical COOOO 8 OO rl lSil1Q 0 Q 0on I I 2 coolcomfortable I1IIod AA A A I jo HHIHIHHHm Negligee Shirts Its now time for Summer Shirts and we are ready with the finest show ing ever brought to town Counter I after counter box after box of Shirts all kind to tit 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 I I I Negligee Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture antI Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward ife Mens Shirt Waists are going to go You cant stop them Theyre and comfortable and men will 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 H to come to it We have them in Per cales and Madras cut in the ap proved styles t i If cool It Imos IA ShirtWaists wear All the latest styles and shapes in Ladies and Gents Fine Footwear Summer Neckwear as x as dye can make it H T LOGANThe OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher I I handsome Ii TEETH The best set 750 guaranteed Any defect in years you get a new set Dr Hobson five CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky July 4 1901 THE Leader Printing Co has been dissolved and the Lexington Leader becomes the individual property of Mr Sam J Roberts who has been president of the company and editor of the paper since it was founded some thirteen years ago We remem ber of hearing Mr Roberts talk with a prominent republican about starting the Leader and he was told that the venture was a great risk that was the hot bed of democracy and a republican paper would lost as long as a snow ball in the lower region or words to that effect Well replied the ambitious young gentleman I believe that a clean honest newspaper can be made to pay and I am going to make the start He did so and it was not six months before the Leader had as large a as any paper in Central either republican or and Mr Roberts one of the most popular and highly respected cit izens of the state The success of the Leader has been phenominal and goes to show what energy brains and square dealing will accomplish The RECORD congratulates Mr Roberts aud wishes him continued success TIlE Jefferson county grand jury said it believed gambling was going on in Louisville but the police were doing all in their power to The officers may be doing but there are so many men who make their living by gambling that the have a task they will never be able to carry to a successful end Even the little towns have their graf ts whose sole occupation is to watch for greenhorns to rope into their clutch es and rob and the cities are as a matter of course infested on a larger scale A drunkard will some time sober up and go to work but a gam bIer never turns from the of his way IN his speech at the Good Road Convention Gov Beckham said Wf have too much politics let us have more industry and improvement The young governor struck the in this Kentucky has more resources than any of the central states and the only reason they arc not developed is that the people arc constantly wrought up over some po litical question and taking up time discussing matters that dont amount to a hill of beans If the Good Roads Convention could have arranged to put the politicians to driving carts on the new roads it would have done the state a valuable service indeed IN a last effort to save her trifling j husbands neck from the hangman halter Mrs Ruthven of Cleveland Olii said it was she who committed the murder and not her husband whc was doomed to die Twas ever thus A noble woman will never desert hei husband no matter how depraved he may become Had the poor woman been in trouble its a safe surmise that he would have let her hoe her own row from the outset The othei day we heard a fellow say that nine out of every ten men ought to be hung on general principles and we see wherein he is about right A DIG down in our old oyster can where clippings are stored brought outthe following We dont know whc wrote it but whoever he was heaven on earth as near as it is to have it Listen A man is never poor when he has good health the ability to eat three square meals a and is the of a home ever so humble and out ol debt If in that home there be those who love him and look for his when the toil of the day is endedthen is he of treasures which the cannot purchase if he be denied them AN exchange jumps up to announce the startling fact that the hair of the average unmarried man grows nine inches every year As the married mans comes out as fast as it appears on his cranium we dont see how a comparison can be made to show any I 1 Lexington thereabout cir- culatIOn Kentucky democratic suppress- it tI police error keynote natural described pos- sIble richpossessor I the oven comi l et H Tear for a PainOnly expectant mothers or those who hare borne wordsEvery about FMEMOf that wonderful linl meat that fmtm incident to childbirth There Is nothing like itMORTON of HarUxre N C says I Too much cant J Book entitled taco forall sees of the gentler poi TIlEII tie said praise Prieod p uatcs rot tab maned ccIo na8a11G1JLnaceAUaata CIa la of Mo her only two bottles and was to shoe but twenty She uo So1lbyaBbestikn ae eon sea 5 i1i TEETH Gold Crown and Bridge 550 per tooth The most beautiful Dr Hobson thing remarkable about the nine inch growth AT St Louis Sunday Rev James clad in a shirt waist He advised the men to leave their coats at home and the ladies to discard their hats Bro Crotchet should be given a vote of thanks Its awful trying these hot days to have to sleep with a coat on A COMPANY with 2000000 capital was incorporated in Cuba to raise cane Thats more money than they need We have frequently raised Cain here in Lancaster on less money than that though the trimmings in the police court next morning were a tIe stiff EDITOR GREEN R KELLEIt of the Carlisle Murcury has the sympathy of his many friends among the newspapr craft upon the death of his wife He is a great favorite among the men and very justly so May the good Lord console him In this dark hour of distress THE Kentucky Distillers are figur ing on curtailing the production of whisky in Kentucky this year and will make only the small quantity of 25000000 gallons By watering her freely the boys may be able to make it hold out A BULLET tired at a St Louis negro split on his head The wouldbe mur derer had doubtless never heard that it is almost impossible to get anything into a negros head Cows at the Buffalo Exposition are milked three times daily They ought to kick on this outrage I PAINT LICK We had some hail Sunday evening The little baby of W S Fish has been quite sick James Butner had a very severe spell of cholera morbus Will Tevis had two or three head of cattle killed by lightning R N Beazley has a patent on Ins man power machine- A B Estridge our wideawake has put a glass front in his new store room The prospect for a heavy oat crop was never better in this vicinity meadows will also be good T S Burnam has had his scales at the mill remoddled and he is now ready to weigh the peoples wheat This has been a busy week with the farmers cutting wheat They report the crop considerably damaged by the ly The large tobacco barn of Mr John Murray burned down Sunday night with 40000 Ibs of tobaccoand six acres of broom corn It was the largest barn in the country It was the work of incendiaryThe met with cashier G W Kemper and opened the bank for business Monday So it is no trouble to get all the money you want in Paint Lick So Mr Editor if you should happen to get a little cramped Jraw on me Mr T S Burnam received a telegram from his partner at Berry Mr Bucker that he had sold their flour ing mill and gave possession Monday morning We are glad to know that Mr Rucker and family will come back to Paint Lick Judge N A Turpin of Richmond ompleted his contract on the bank Saturday evening and left with the good will ot everybody here He worked a force of hands and they were the quietest lot of men we ever saw together there was not a loud word spoken during their stay here Mr Turpin made friends ofeverybody and if the Paint Lick people had a vote in Madison county Mr Turpin would be the next county judge by a large majority Miss Maggie Hackley of Geoige town College spent several days here with friends Mr A K Lackey who has been in Colorado for several years for his health returned home a few days ago looking much improved Sirs G W Kemper has been very sick Born to the wife of J V Logan a fine boy J V Logan Jr Mrs R L Jennings spent several days in Lancas ter with her parents EdKinnard has gone to the mountains to rustcate during the hot season 1 N Crotchet appeared in his pulpit lit newspaper secured merchant I C Imwotiirprie4wribirk y TEETH The best White Porce lain Crown 250 Dr Hobson PREACHERSYILLE J P Rogers bought a nice calf from Sol Rigsby for 25 A J Thompson sold a horse to Smi ley Walker for 53 John Cress sold about 25 nice hogs to J L McCarley for 5c D Faulkner bought a horse from James Anderson for 80 B F Robinson bought several nice hogs from Pate Parrish for 5c bought about 80 barrels of corn from W C Cummins for 250 per barrel Our Camp Meeting promises to be a grand success We are expecting tine crowds and hope much good will doneF Cummins and wife J II Rigs by and wife J L Hqtchins and wife Esq John Anderson and J B Hutch ins spent Sunday at Brown Springs John Cress and wife were visiting- at Brodhead last week Will Harris from Bell county is here on business Mrs Elijah Ilutchms is visiting her children and attending the Camp meeting The Misses Coffey ofMon ticello are visiting the family of Mr Jack Hayden W II Pettus of head was at home Sunday Arthur Lunceford and Miss Nellie Hobbs went over to Brown Springs Sunday j L Anderson and wife were in Crab Orchard Sunday MT HEBRON The reapers are very busy gathering in the golden sheaves Mr Win Allen of Marksbury was in this vicinity last week Mrs W D Scott and Miss Mary E Montgomery are on the sick list Mrs James Johnson and children of High Bridge are visiting relatives in this locality Mr David Montgomery and family have moved to the house vacated by Mrs Ella Scrivener Mr Harry Collier has returned to his home in Indianapolis accompanied by his aunt Mrs Ella Scrivner Messrs Melvin Jackson and Joe Devers of Keene were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Jackson on the and 23rd Miss Minnie Johnson will begin the fall school at Sunnyside July the 8th also Miss A E Scott will begin at Locust Grove the same day Misses Hattie Duncan and Lou Montgomery accompaned by Samuel Duncan and H R Montgom ery attended the fishing party at the mouth of Sugar Creek Saturday Mr Ernest Montgomery while bathing under the falls of Snapping Shoals slipped and fell about twenty feet down the lower falls No bones were broken but his head was very badly cut and his body bruised He is improving slowly MARKSBCRY A good crowd attended preaching at the Orchard Sunday afternoon- T I Herring purchased a mare from Church Yeager for 65 Surveyors are busy surveying the new railroad We hope the will be built Mr Coldiron of Berea has been in the community representing a gator for poultry Remember Rev Andersons lecture at the Fork church on the evening of July 11 at 730 Admission 25 cts Farmers are harvesting their wheat The click of the binder and mower are heard every day Some crops are very fine Miss Amanda Anderson and of Lancaster have been the guests of Mrs Cyrus Daly Master James T Cecil of Junction City is spending several days with his grand mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Miss Alice Long after a pleasant visit to has returned to her home in Tennessee Mr Leslie Anderson made a flying trip to London last week Mrs Sam Hughes of accompanied by Mrs Alexander ot Lexington spent a few days last week with Mrs N H Bogie Mrs Miram Peters of Lancaster is several weeks with her brother Mr T I Herring and family FIATWOODS Miss Bessie Spangler Is visiting at Flatwood this week W H Furr sold some fat hogs to Fox Lawson for 525 per cwt Miss Jennie Scott who has been sick is a little better at this There was preaching at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev Bryant Miss Hallie Graves and her little brother Woods spent and Sunday atW IT Furrs I V S Morgan 22nd teaching afternoon gy mother relatives Danville spending very writing Bro visiting liens bug f rot fur L Saturday rig d rs ni ht r TEETH Extracted without treated 100 Dr Hobson h PainTEETH BRYANTS VILLE See the closing out bargains at Mrs Haseldens Elder Walden will fill his regulfr appointment at Pleasant Grove Sun day A nice little sum was cleared at the spelling match at the Methodist church Thursday night Miss Patton and Mr Scott of Buena Vista won the prizes which was given to the best spellers Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent the week with her sister Nannie Hughes and little grand daughter of Danville have returned home after spending the week with relatives here Miss Mary Smileyof Danville is the guest of Mr Clint Armstrong spent several days with his friends Dr Armstrong and wife last week Will Wolfolk and family returned home after spend ing a week relatives Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden spent Sun day with relatives in Danville WALLACETON Delayed Letter J A Baker sold a bunch of fat hogs to C C McWhorter at 5Jc A J Wilson and family near Big Hill were visiting friends here Sun dayA few days ago Joe Wylie one of his fathers horses while plowing and it died The family of Henry Wylie went to Gum Sulphur Saturday to visit the wife of E W Baker Sen who is very sick and not expected to Bees in this locality are doing al most no good this year at either swarming or making honey J S Rutherford reports that some of his are starving to death Uncle Bill Lornan who has lived here most of his life is 88 years old has never used spectacles and lacks only one of having a full set of teeth Since he was 80 years old he has walk ed the road from here to Illinois sey eral times and can yet walk further in a day than many men not half so old Some three weeks ago Squire J A Baker went to Frankfort as a juror of the Federal Court He very natur ally felt highly honored and as it was his first trip to the capital he also enjoyed it Immensely Imagine his chagrin however when only last week one of his sons living in the West wrote to another member of the family here saying I learned that Pa had to go to Frankfort I wonder what trade they will put him at TEATERSVILLE Jasper Bogie sold to J M Walker a sow and pigs at 10 Mr Harmon Teater has an abund ance of raspuerries for sale Frank Pierce was so unfortunate as to lose a work mule last week Mr and Mrs Leslie Teater are over the arrival of a nice little girl at their home Wheat harvesting is in order Mr J M Walker and Hiram purchased new binders and putting in good time Mr and Mrs JW Teater Mr T Hill family will go to Dripping Springs in the early future to recu perateThere is quite a demand for work hands in this part of the country It seems they cant be obtained for love or money Miss Minnie Broaddus began her school with bright prospects for a successful term The school also be gan at this place The annual fish dinner at the river was well attended and several large fish were cooked and eaten on the grounds Mrs Nathan Bogie and children from here were among the numerous guests Mrs John Francis of Stanford Mrs Doty of your town were guests of relatives here last week Mr Alex Simpson is reported quite sick at this time Mrs Byron Myers from High Bridge was the guest of her daughter Mrs Will Simpson Misses Ida and Willie Pierce have returned from pleasant visit to their cousins Misses Sanders at Stone They attended a family party while there Miss Sal lie B Ray is in Crab Orchard visiting friends also for her health Mrs Kinnaird Warner who has been given Chapel school will begin July 8th Messrs W B Ray and family Robert Long and wife will go to Mallory Springs soon Willie Noel and were visitors at Squire Noels and Sunday Johnnie Bogie is convalescent after several days caused from getting too warm while at work Mrs Herod Ray and Georgia Ray visited Mrs Wm Wall this week The piles that annoy you so will be quickly healed ifyou use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless counterfeits F P Friable Miss Burk f here with of overheated recover a rejoicing rand J A 11 family Saturday sickness andpermanently M blithe- rs t TEETH Filled 75c Gold 150 TEETH extracted 25c Dr Hobson pJ Aunt Levina Clay colored died at Ashland at the age of 111 years The Boyle county banks are being sued for back taxes amounting to about 8000 Lieut Edward Downs of the First Infantry was killed by insurgents in the Island of Samar Fines aggregating 800 were assess ed in the Danville Police Court one day last week as the result of a blind tiger raid A Washington dispatch says the President has decided to appointGrant Roberts Sams brother postmaster at Frankfort lIon John W Yerkes is spoken of as the logical candidate for the Re publican nomination for Vice in 1U04 Manager Wilmot has arranged to transfer the Louisville Baseball Club to Urancl Rapids Mich The patron age is too small twins and triplets has given birth to quadrupletsIt that the Governor will be asked to remove all the otllcials of the Western Asylum indicted atllop kinsville for gambling Brigadier broke the worlds record for one mile over a circular track at Sheepshead Bay yesterday by winning the Sheepshead Bay Handicap easily 137 45 The Christian county grand jury ad journed without returning an indict ment against Dr McCormack in con nection with the Western Asylum troublesBob Morningstar secretary of the Kentucky Press Association has left for the far West to complete ar for this years outing of the editors The Court of Appeals has refused to grant the petition of Caleb Powers attorneys for a modification of its opinion reversing the verdict of the Scott Circuit Court Three persons were killed several others were very seriously injuredand property valued at nearly 100000 destroyed by lightning in Indiana one night last week Estimates on the gold output for 1100 are 118433502 for the United States and 255524054 for the world at large First place is held by the United States The Transvaal yield is estimated at 7208801 The Seventh National Bank up at the New York clearinghouse a debtor to the extent of 04410895 and suspended payment The Con troller of the Currency named Rayner National Bank Examiner as temporary receiver John Withers colored was sorter ced to serve three years in the pen tentiary for killing Wm L Royse a medical student of Louisville An unexpected strong defense was during the trial A Western financier declares that within a few years the great railroad syndicates will sell their properties to the United States Government for 10000000000 and that a string of banks controlled by the same inter ests will be included to finance the dealOur Government is just completing a wirevvound gun 4 inch calibre that will hurl a steel projectile weighing fiftyfive pounds nearly twentyfour miles projectile rising ten miles above the earth in the highest part of its flight A similar gun of 10inch would shoot thirtyfive miles and over the The Kenton county grand jury h s returned indictments against every member of the Board of Aldermen and Board of Councilmen for misconduct in office against Justus Goebel for bribery and against A Gerwe former Secretary of the Water Works Board for embezzlement The amounts in all cases are small The law dividing Kentucky into two Federal Judicial districts went into effect last Monday Jude Cochran of the Eastern district will hold court in Covington Frankfort Richmond and London The State Is divided by a line running with the western edge of Trimble Henry Anderson Mercer Boyle Lincoln Pulaski and Wayne counties the district having sixtyfive counties altogether while the Western district has fiftyfour ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one Is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make for persons de siring small farm in neignborhoods where other lands can or rented WILLIAM HERNDON tf Assignee r President DunlopTenn ran ements showed developed the moonalmost Shelby Eastern 0000000o0oooaooooo000000000000 GGNE Rh NEWS ooaoeooooaooo0oe4oooo tva t r TEETH Will come to every second Monday in each month Dr Hobson Lancaster Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUlRE ORGANIZED lass G MM NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER TY Capital Surplus Fuud 5OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAtteutlonGoaraatoetf J H HieaiNBOTHAic Presides LIWIB Y LIATILL HUDSON Cmahlei W O KIBHJJT Assistant Cash DIRECTORS JMHlQGINBOTHAK LEWX3 Y LXAYJLL- T M ABM OLD B F HUDSON Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills 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 Life Insurance and the Continental Fire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Ihenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile I 10004 B F CD Book eepet Base- Naw York Ca R KINNAIRDINSURANCE ReDresentin Followin GOillDanies letna Life Ins Co HartfordConn llJt NATIONAL DANK V1ce Preside WALYYB r JQ1Lx- wwLailcaster I 9- sI493 t at CAPITAL 5000000 l f OF SURPLUS I Jio ooeo I LANCASTER KY A RDKNNT President E Vice C DENNY Cashier J P ROBINSON J K T BURT Mst Cashr DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes STOOD Bookkeeper W U Jib President- S Sam Yfnnslfl- Lr TEETH Dr Hobson the Dentist in Richmond who owns his own Dr Hobson I l t only officer Dr R Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster July 28 1901 for one day at the New Garrard 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 Parents of children whose eyes are in any way affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too 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 deter mine it and adjust such glasses as This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of tile 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 imperfectly ad justed is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m They USE the BEST Z1MMER uses WANDS FLOUK and the fob lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co R L Underwood T S Elkin Frank F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter Hour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substituteBATES the Miller B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky office over Thompsons store S BEAZLEY onl Hoteland GarrardHotel muchcare andincrease I the RKElt I I I I I i I I I I I I I r G W r aoooeo oooooaooooooooeoooo 0000ooo Y1 C S S Lackey ooo Hooooaoo0ooooOoGo0 0ooooooo0d DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air InOffice Bnildinc Uauvilld street oppo ite Presbyterian church DR LOUIS H LANDMAN of No Ill I Madison Ave Covington Ky formerly of Cincinnati will be afthe residence of DR E EYANS St LANCASTER KY Friday July 19 1901 Returning One Day is Each Month GLASSES ADJUSTED REFERCXCES Every physician In Lancas caster Ky jne27ly JOHN CIVIL ENGINEER Lancaster Kyv COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended to WVMcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Bookont 011 Richmond T JOHNSTON f y 4 r W r i I o Where the Home I- as PEOPLE Vo Have Visited 5 2 Capt W J Kinnaird was here a few days this week Ben Herndon is in Mt Vernon playing with the band Mr family leave this week for Danville their future home Miss Alleen Hiatt of Winchesterss the pretty visitor of her aunt Mrs Jack Hiatt Mrs John Francis of Stanford visiting her sister Mrs Alex Doty Richmond avenue Messrs Crone and J Lear attending the Buffalo Exposition and visiting other cities Miss Allie of Louisville has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown Mrs William George Jr has from a delightful visit to her parents in Bristol Tenn Miss Maggie Bright who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Stanford Mrs Adelia Iloneywood Bailey of Midway has been visiting her friend Mrs W II Wherritt Miss Mitchell of Jefferson ville Ind and Miss Dunn of visited Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty Dr J M Acton was called to the bedside of his brother Dr T J Acton of Eubanks who is seriously ill with flux Richmond Register Messrs Beaz ley and Burnside of Lancaster are attending Miss Emily Chenaults house party Charles Shelby Trib ble spent Sunday with friends in Richmond Miss Mary Grimes who has been suffering with a severe attack of for two weeks is some better at this writing Miss Allie Anderson is at home again from Knoxville Tenn where she has been for several months with her sister Mrs William Marrs Mrs W M Bogle of Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm II Wherritt Mr Bogle will come up shortly to spend part of his vacation The crop of doctors is on the increase in Lancaster A new one put in his appearance at the home of Dr Sand lin Sunday night another arrived at Dr Wesleys last week Miss Louise Kauffman commenced teaching school at Pleasant Hill Mon clay Miss Kauffman is a graduate of Richmond college and will make a very bright and successful teacher Mrs Lucien Logan and Mr John A Bean of Winchester were married last week at Warremvood the home of Mr and Mrs William Warren on the pike in Boyle county Sam Joseph one of the cleverest fellows on the footstool was here this week For many years Sam lived in Lancaster and clerked for his broth er Jake He is now traveling for a r Cincinnati shoe house Mr Tom Fish and family left Mon day for their home in Vincennes Ind Little Misses Stella and Anna Fish are two pretty children and their singing soprano and alto was splendid and something remarkable for children of their age Mr Will C Wherritt of New Or leans has been here several days visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs Wm H Wherritt Mr W has a good posi tion in the L and N ollices at New Orleans where he has been located for several years Like all other Lan caster people he never misses an op portunity to come home and spend a vacation He left yesterday for Spokane Washington to spend a few before returning to New Orleans Heberljng and F returned t Harper Jimmie and neuralgia Shelbyville jays Y j a Brown y 4 I I I i t r t I r i j 1 i Mr R Zimmer spent Sunday in Stan ford Will Woodcock of Danville was in town first of week Col Mike F Elkin of Stanford was here yesterday Maccabeeing Miss Alice Henderson is at the son Hotel for several weeks Mrs J W Elmore and children are visiting relatives in Richmond Miss Mollie F Smith is spending a week with relatives near Buena Vista Mr Stark Fish and family of isville are guests of W A Arnold and family Miss Florence Burnside is in moad visituglier cousin Miss Emily Chenault Miss Christine Bradley has returned from a vist to Miss Emily Chenault in Richmond Mrs John W Miller and daughter Mrs Lusk have returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs W J Elmore und children are in Richmond visiting her mother Mrs Chenault Cub W S Fergursen is here from Covington looking after the harvest of his wheat crop Misses Lizzie and Mary of Danville have been visiting Miss Margaret Tomlinson Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington is expected next week to visit her Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr J C Thompson and wife Mr Owen Shugars and sister Miss Maggie returned Saturday from a vis it to friends in Louisville Miss of Richmond is the guest of her cousin Miss Louise Kauffman Danville avenue Little Miss Josephine Paxton of Stanford has been visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs Alex Robinson Miss Fannie Harris who has been the guest of Mrs T B Long left this week for her home in Circleville Ohio Mr John L Doty is in taking treatment under an Osteopa thist and we are glad to say is much improved W J Elmore 0 T Wallace R II Batson and J M Farra returned Sat urday from the Good Roads in Louisville Miss Lear who has been under treatment of Dr Acton has improved so much that she was able to return to her home near Spoonville Miss Allie Tribble and brother Mas ter Henry returned to their home in Richmond Saturday after a pleasant visit to relatives in the county CourierJournal Mr II Horace Grant will leave Monday to a month with Mrs J E Allen and other friends in the Bluegrass region Somerset of Garrard is here on a visitand tells us that his visit out west did not him to decide to leave Kentucky After a pleasant visit to his parents in Lancaster Mr Claud Royston Sunday morning to his home in Chicago He has a good job in the Windy City A delightful moonlight picnic was given Saturday at the river The were present Misses Van Greenleaf Fannie Collier Carrie Cur rey Roscoe Horine Vicennes Alice Walker Maggie Tomlinson Louise Kauffman Fannie Doty Altie Marksburs Mary Baty Messrs Joe Robinson Fisher Herring Will Ben Herndon Louis West Dave a Walker Bob Davidson Herbert Kin naird Frank Marksbury Ed Will Sam and Marshall Denny Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson chaperoned the party a r e e I she Louis Rich- e sister Van Greenleaf Convention spend JournalR H Pettus eau returned following Walker Burton Dot D y B u pi jjj p I I I i I U 1 i J ip School Books wish to state that we will a complete line of School Books this year at catalogue prices rRlSBIES DRUGSTORE p p r j o o a I o- We handle 4 regular t I it i t lc A handsome boy baby has arrived at Rev A R Moores Miss Mary Landram Burnside is in Stanford visiting friends Advocate of Lancaster is visiting Miss Minnie Cotton Mrs Dr Burnett and MissLizzie Brown leave this week to attend the Christian Endeavor Mr Jesse Doty and family moved this week to their pretty new on Paulding avenue Mr Will Price Jr of spent Sunday with his grand mother who is reported very much better Mr Clarence Scott wife and of Nicholasville are visiting Mr Todd Scott and daughter Miss Lucy Advocate Judge Sandifer was prostrated by a sunstroke morning He is reported much improved today Barbourville Herbert Kinnaird was here from Lancaster a few days this week the guest of the family of Dr Wm Burnside Mr and Mrs Elijah Yantis were an elegant reception by his aunts Mesdames Alex West and Jas Dud derar upon their arrival home from their bridal tour A bountiful supper was served the tables being decorated in palms and lillie Mrs S D Rothwell was down from Dripping Springs and tells us they have the place in splendid condition this season and will give the guests at the pretty and healthful resort the best fare the markets afford There is no more delightful place than old The Jolly Elk The social function given in Richmond lately was the reception at the Elks lodge rooms in that city Wednesday evening As has been in THE RECOUD the lodge has the finest quarters in central Kentucky and the special decorations for this occasion made them a thing of beauty indeed Richmond people have the reputation for dispensing hospitality with a lavish hand and they maintained it on this occasion The reception and entertainment commit tee worked unceasingly for the of the visitors and they certainly succeeded in making all feel that it was good to be there Through the gab of Sam Jones and a number of other fellows who have died at the Elks ballot box the impression had gone out that the lodge was only kept up in order to furnish excuses for its members to get away from home at night drink gamble and elevate nodes generally but those present the other night had their eyes opened considerably and came away with a different idea of the motives of the organization The Elks like the never proclaim their good deeds from the housetops consequently the thousands of charitable deeds are not paraded before the public in order to secure members and win the applause of outsiders The order is composed of the very best men in the land must bring good credentials to pass its portals Many are called but few are chosen The elite of Madison was on hand in full force the immense rooms being crowded during the entire evening Prof Mitchells orchestra stationed in a convenient nook made sweet melody during the time the young folk tripped the light fantastic the older ones enjoyed social chat and the hours flew by like so many minutes a The weather was Intensely warm but numerous electric fans kept the rooms pleasant and added comfort to the surging mass of happy people It was grand success and the visitors all left with the firm belief that the Elks are a pretty good set of fellows to tie to Does It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is 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 Yes if possible if not possble for you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and troubles Boschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays infiamation gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize at Sto mes Drug store Pity the poor young man who parts his hair in the has to do it to prevent his mind from becoming unbalanced Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or iousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard ofAppendicitis vous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervousand organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dun and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Drug Store e ld ill er 0 Rigney residence children Danville yesterday PathfinderJ given Dripping swell cst stated certainly pleasure Masons climate lung causes easy expectoratIOn Recommended Almanac middlehe GreensAugust I Danville Danvil atone Storm ss son ice in you the the lug do the one be ty its in to ed in Low Rates to PanAmerican KxposI tlon Via Queen Crescent Route Dou ble Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information Colorado Excursions Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account Summer Ask Ticket Agents for W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati One Fare to Cincinnati Low rates via Queen Crescent Route account Christian Endeavor Convention July Gth10 Ask Ticket Agents for particulars W C Rinear G P A Cincinnati Ice Ice Ice We are the only dealer here who handles ice in car loads We sell pure best in the state we sell same price on wagon and at house wanting can buy very low of us lots from 100 to 1000 Ibs See us before buying H B Northcott Farmer Attention We are better prepared than ever to receive vour wheat on deposit mill and there is no better place in Kentucky to get your wheat and 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 Bates the miller Lecture 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 one of the most prominent and ministers in the Baptist church and his lecture has attracted great atten tion and much favorable comment If miss this you miss a rare treat Admission 25 cents Dont forget date July 11 2t Use Your and Kara A court recently decided that care requires that a person in full enjoyment of the faculties of hearing and seeing before attempt to pass over a railroad should use them for the purpose of discovering and avoiding danger from an ap proaching train and an omission to so without reasonable excuse therefor is negligence which will de feat an action by such person to damages for an injury to which such negligence contributed A bad complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels In all such cases DeWitts Little Early p Risers produce gratifying results F P Frisbie Good Advice to Girls who Travel The young girl who is traveling by herself should seep information from train people rather than from her campanions on the train No girl in traveling should make confidents strangers of either sex disclose her name her destination or her family affairs or make acquaintances on the road She may however show kind attention to a mother traveling with little children amuse a wearied little and politely thank any one who does her an unobtrusive kindness Margaret E Sangster in The Ladles Home Journal for July Camp IHeetlug at Preacliersvllle Beginning July 2nd to 14th Rev II C Morrison one of Kentuckys great est pulpit orators and Rev George W Young the orator and temperance loc turer will do the preaching assisted by 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 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 II B Cockrill J L Hutchins Wm Sprinkles Dont be a Stumbling Block An exchange truthfully says the men of worth to a town or communi are those who forget their own ends long enough and are liberal enough in their ideas to encourage ev ery public enterprise to push all pro jects calculated to build up the town and enhance its importance The enterprise and push of a town or constitute the foundation of permanent success A man well prepare for its funeral as to become indifferent to the enterprise its midst Men who come to a town make their future home who not look far enough before them see that money placed judiciously in the public enterprise will be a hundred fold upon the of their property are to be piti ed They are of the class who are ready to owe all they have to some ones building enterprise but are not pwilling to do anything themselves The Beat Remedy for Stomach and Troubles I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal berlaiIis Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all and bowel troubles says O W Wakefield of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family and I have recommended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfac tion It affords a quick and sure sure a pleasant form For sale by McRoberts druggist f t im E E Excursions particulars Farmers ordinary i recover selfish community may- as ton appreciation stomach R s R 4C cc at Eyes c mere B toCs Chi d isle a s owe an it old of jtfa one Via Va 035 at for Of lar be the old my Kentucky Telephone Association The deliberation in the meeting of the Kentucky Telephone Association w lich took place in Lexington on J une 27th and 28th brought out facts on the independent movement in our State that are quite a revelation to the people Seven years ago there Was not an independent company in Kentucky today there are seventy or more Five years ago the capital was not more than two and dollars today it is two million 1 the larger portion of this belongs to citizens of this commonwealth Five years ago these companies owned ably 100 phones they have 15000 now with which they are giving excellent service though of course not all of their lines are perfect by any means but the majority are is one of the purposes of the associa tion to see that faulty lines are im proved or know the reason why The companies have had the the independents to the present in long distance work but that will be a thing of the past before another year rolls around Two new long distance companies have been formed in backed by ample capital to push through several copper metalic trunk lines from Louisville Newport most importance to this part is the that will run from Lexington through icholasville Lancaster Crab Orchard Mt Vernon London Corbin Williamsburg and Jellico on to Knox ville By these lines telephone users will be enabled to talk direct land and all over Ohio and Kentucky into Pennsylvania West Virginia Indiana Illinois Knoxville and East Tennessee There were representatives from 35 Kentucky companies besides visitors from companies in Ohio Indiana and Tennessee The meeting was the most successful in the history of the and the members went home satisfied with the work praising Lexington for its hospi tulity The annual meeting place the second Tuesday in October and will be held at Owensboro or SEA SHORE EXCURSIONS the Chesapeake A Onto Railway to Old Point Consort and Ocean View Va On July IGth the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will run its annual to Old Point and Ocean leaving Lexington on the express trains at 1120 a m and m reaching Old Point at noon p m the next day Round trip tickets will be sold for 1300 good returning until August 4th Sleeping car berths will be 350 through in each direction and will ac commodate two persons at same ratr Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lexington is in charge or the hotel Ocean View and has made a special rate of 250 per day and 14 per week C 0 excursionists Ocean View is one of the most resorts on the coast in full view the Ocean and has a line smooth To Atlantic July 18th and August 15th the C 0 will sell tickets to Atlantic City at 1400 good returning twelve days privileges will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good going on regu trains Sleeping car berths will 400 through in each direction Arrange your vacation for one of these trips The C 0 can offer a diversity of scenery en route by any other line to the east Send in your names for sleeping car accommodations Do not wait until last few days Ascertain what train you will go on noon or night train and advise TO New York and C 0 will sell round trip tickets to New York daily at 3270 going and Washington at 3445 going and returning via Old Point and the Dominion Steamer or going via Washington and returning via Old Point or vice versa or returning via including date of sale and will be allowed at Washington Baltimore Philadelphia or at Buffalo Write for full information Geo W Barney Div P A Lexington Ky Mix In a Little Religion An exchange says the aged yellow legged rooster can be best utilized during conference week and for Sun day School picnics The family should be required to work him up un and without the aid of religion DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It soothes and quickly heals the injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitts Some young men would get along better if they h ad less point to their shoes and more to their conversation lam indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and life I was treated in vain by doc tors for lung trouble following la took One Minute Cough Cure and recovered my health Mr H Wise Madison Ga FPFrisbie own canoe when his parents buy the canoe and paddle for him When you want a modern uptodate physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at O E I bearing invested in good shape and advantage Kentucky finto Cleve association I accomplished- and take Lancaster excursion al1 popular beach CityOn round- trip Stopover I ReturnThe returning via PennsylvaniaCentral one stopover P Frisbie grippe I LItR E McRoberts II II thou pro Sdi respectively S C G unsurpassed I i drugstore k r S b q r f1 LLJr I 1 1 1 1 J o I I J T H f Our I Mixed Paints Guaranteed r r 1 t are 0 1v g T7TT7TTTTTTTTTTT as cent for Madison InstituteRICHMOND KY A HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS J W McGarvey Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers were educated at theleading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant records instructors everyone q specialist in her department Music depart meat exceptionally strong Good table Location beautiful and health only one serious case of sickness in 12 years No fussy teachersemployed Frequent illustrated lectures by the principal on his re travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Send catalogue isep u lJn opt vrse f air a V f August 12 13 14 15 16 and 171901 3OOOOu 50 OOO GRAND ORGEOUSIGANTIC p A URSEREMIUM EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG s S30000 I GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED ABB 14 f CK AWe eHIBIT fG ROttING tQ MiD JILE tt J ART I R R LIVE MUSEMENT onr vlaQuceB Crescent Montrcat Christian Workers Assembly July 21Aug 4th On sale July good returning Aug 8th Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge B P E July Long and low rates Monteagle Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association 23 26th one fare the round trip turning August 16th Bate k N C 282 th good re PURE BHTTES Cigars Tnaacca Toilet Articles f tO 1COOO v1sTT trrf4thtl ft14411Y Tt woooooooooeoeo McROBERTS H++++ + +++ ++ + sINCLUDING AND THE MOST DRUG STORE T+ 5OOOO sUPERB TUPENDOUS NG ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised forthc ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN Secy LEXINGTON KY Sjjf SZ THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 Amount Coupon holders 200000 00 Address all correspondence to Home LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Good terms to firstclass agents Notwithstanding the fact that The Season is Well On We still have in and on display a Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we can please you SALLIE D TILLETT wmwnrnwmwww K The Time For j TORNADOES Has Arrived and towns have been 5 greatly damaged and many lives lost by 2 VIOLENT WINDS js Have your property insured against 5 fc loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind E storms It costs but little 3- I R KINNAIRD i2 Paul 0nIce rf lliifrIJfJ EH tI1 stOC Jm mnntrn Several cities w mR t c 1 r I rI sL UULUSLUL Miss Lenna Hobbs who recently graduated in shorthand and type writ ing at Midway College has an office at the Telephone Exchange where she is prepared to do work of this kind with neatness and dispatch Charges are reasonable and satisfaction guar anteed If you have typewriting to do take it to her tf SteRorplly aRd TypewrUla t r U jA t Kansas is the Kingdom of wheat No other State approaches it Early apples are dropping off badly in this part of the State but the trees were overloaded Samuel Bishop fell from a binder in Boyle county Tuesday and was cut to piecesThe plum rot is rapidly developing since the rains We are spraying once more with blue vitrol and lime It is said that since the beginning of the Boer war and South Africa the British government had expended 6500000 in this country for horses and mules William C Whitney of New York lias purchased Nasturtium for 50000 the highest price ever paid for a two yearold The horse is eligible for the English Derby in 1902 To stop the ravages of the little bug on melon and cucumber vines use line sand or turnpike dust in which a little coal oil has been sprinkled and well mixed Sift a little on and around the vines occasionally Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers compel your liver and bowels to do their duty thus you pure rich blood to recuperate your body Are easy to take Never gripe F P Frisbie Come and see me if you want good ewes on the shares want them on two years will take horses or mules in exchange I have 400 2 to 5 years old Southdown and mountain I can suit you if you want sheep Come with your trading clothes on J I Hamilton In the reading lessons in the old blue spelling books used fifty years ago we remember sentence I had green corn on my plate on the July They were earlier with their gardens in those days than we are We do not have green corn on our table now a day before the first of AugustTen harvest machines were running in Kansas Sunday and 50000 men labored from sunrise to sunset in the wheat fields A great drouth is sweeping over the West and the wheat must be saved within a few days or much of the crop will be lost A score of wheat fields have been burned by sparks from passing trains Paradise Valley Nevada must in deed be a paradise for horse growing as one buyer has just obtained 2500 for shipment East Considering the price he paid however it will seem more like purgatory valley to our farmers as the whole lot averaged but 10 a head They must be a sorry lot mere toys for sporting boys The standard or trotting horse seems to be up and coming The for the Kentucky Breeders Association at Lexington in closed with 648 and there will be an average of over 50 in each race The Abbot and Boralma will enter match race for 30000 and the stallion Cresceus will go against Charley Herr for 7500 Heartburn When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich is likely to follow and especiall so if the digestion has been weaked by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eating indicating that you have eaten too much take one of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by B E Roberts druggist It is all right to impress a child with the G W cherrytree story but it is foolish to follow it up with the gift of a hatchet The Oldest and fS S is a combination of roots and herbs of great curative powers and when taken into the circulation searches out and removes all manner of poisons from the blood without least shock or harm to the system On the the general health begins to improve from the first dose for S S S is not only a blood purifier but an excellent tonic and was and builds up the constitution Ulcers Eczema Psoriasis SaltRheum and similar troubles and is an infallible cure and the antidote for that most horrible disease Contagious Blood Poison A record of nearly fifty of successful cures a record to be proud of S S S is more popular today than ever It numbers by the thousands Our medical corres of the medicine Many write to thank us for the great S S S has done them while others are seek ing advice about their cases All letters receive and careful attention Our physicians have made Blood and SkinDis eases and better understand such cases than the ordinary practitioner who makes a no one disease giving timewith good paper or this 4th of lead entries Trotting October a champion heartburn impuritiesScrofulaRheumatism years is ever in the history aleIong of o Best- S onl ndence larger than sss are doing to We good suffering our consulting de t e ou nave any blood or skhr trouble We make no charge whatever for this service wrswiFT frame et ATLANTA u JW to us if L ate NEW WHEAT DESTROYER Specimens ef the Insect Set from Texas to St Louis to Be Exam ined by Experts Specimens of an entirely new kind of an insect which has wrought great havoc In the growing wheat fields of Texas were received by P H Litch field of the Modern Miller and placed on exhibition ut the Merchants ex change at St Louis Reports from Texas say that at least 25 per cent of the wheat crop in the northern part of the state has been ruined by the bug and the entire crop is threatened The insect is a little smaller than the Hessian fly and in appearance it is something between that insect and the wheat locust The body is an olive green and the wings transparent at first Under a microscope the insect looks very much like the Cicada or August fly which is so musical in the fall When the insect grows older however it becomes black and grows larger It has long legs and a rather slender body Both the grubs and the insects are seen In countless numbers in the grow ing wheat Advices from all parts of Texas say that the pest is spreading But it appears to be working only on the stubbleground wheat The insects were in the wheat last summer when it was cut and remained in the ground all winter Owing to the mildness of the winter instead of being killed it propagated rapidly and apprehensions are felt for the entire crop So far wheat on the cotton ground does not appear to be damaged The bug attacks the plant but not the grain itself and causes it to wither and die Samples of the insect infect ed plants nnd soil in which they grew have been sent to the agricultural de partment and to entomologists in St Louis and elsewhere for examination At first it was supposed to be a hex sian but on closer inspection it proved to be an entirely different va stets A meeting of the executive of the State Millers association was held in Fort Worth Tex March 20 at which the millers made distress fl committee NEW WHEAT DESTROYER ng reports of the condition of the wheat crop in the north Texas wheat belt President J N Itajzor said that what was thought to be the Hessian could be found by the millions in north Texas wheat belt and he said that from the information he had that if the ravages were continued for the next ten or fifteen days the crop would be a failure Some farmers he said had already plowed up land planted in wheat and were putting in corn and cotton ident his information that the in its embryo state was a green bug and developed into a fly have much Louis Republic THE FENCE QUESTIONS Fencing Rather Than More Called For In These Days of Affri cultural Competition This is the season for repairing old fences or building new ones In this connection it is well to remember that an unnecessary fence is an unmixed evil Let anyone try the simple ex periment of plowing a square acre and then an acre 160 rods long by one rod wide and note the difference in time required Our experiments show that more than onethird of the time of the plowman is taken up in turning the corners on the square acre while there is scarcely any appreciable loss when the shape of the field is long and nar all Experience has shown that cows especially can be kept as cheaply and at the same time as healthy in the yard on silage or soiling crops as in the invested in the land is taken into Less fences rather than more are called for Remember too the fact that fences are apt to be places for weeds to grow they cost a good deal to keep in repair and are therefore constant sources of When they are needed build them Do not fence in the garden let the rows of vegetables be long and work the ground with horses rather than hoes Leave the fields long and relatively narrow to save turning with the plow the cultivator the mower or the Epito mist Wisdom In Crop Selection The possibilities of agriculture in the future will show a wiser selection of localities in the production of crops Heretofore agriculture has been of a general nature In the future it will be specialized The facilities of trans portation have now become so great as to demand that that product which is peculiarly suited to the soil and be produced and exchanged for other products better suited to other localities Warranted Pare The jeweler says One Needs scarcely to be told The setting of the sun Is usually gold Philadelphia Press He TboDKbt Twice saw that big boy the little one and interfere Suppose you had been that little boy Bobbie I did think of that an wai going to part em but then I hap to think I was the big boy em alone TitJJita tile S Rayzor insect flySince become worseSt I yinfield where the interest on the money consideration simply expense reaperAgricultural climate Jr i PapaYou whipping didn t pen d pose sO lId Pre w you r 1 TbeMk oiCoOd offeeBegins in the growing Anywhere the plantationbetween and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed theI I of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles- In each of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there lilt of With each package In which the List is found on the package is to be cut out nnd returned to our Notion Dept You see this List Address all communications ta ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY morecupfuls bought a ot some article to be selected by him or her from the List subject only to the condition that tile signature the articles p quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you I Roasted l ARBUCLLES F cry k i I wish to truthfully state to you and th6 readers of these few lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and only cure for dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact with and I have used other preparations John Beam West Middlesex Pa No preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia cure as it contains all kinds of the natural digestants will digest all kinds of food and help but do you good F P Frisbie Farmers in the vicinity of Dallas Texaspay 2 a day and board for hands to hoe corn and chop cotton The grade for firstclass mules that last year sold in Dallas at 150 per span can not now be purchased at 200 per span It si easier to keep well than get cured DeWitts Little Early Risers taken now and then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote easy gentle action F P Frisbie Most youngsrers of this age learn so rapidly that it is almost impossible for the average high school to keep up with them You can never cure dyspepsia by dieting What your body needs is plenty of good food properly digested Then if your stomach will not digest it Kodol Dypepsia Cure will It con tains all of the natural digestants hence must digest every class of food and so prepare it that nature can use it in nourishing the body and replacing the wasted tissues thus giving life health strength ambition pure blood and good healthy appetite F P Frisbie A boy loses faith in his mother veracity when she tells him that it hurts her more than It does him to whip him During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cholera infantum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house tel two days time the child had fully re covered The child is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio Sold by R E Mc Roberts druggist The boy with long flaxen curls looks a great deal prettier to his mother than to the shorthaired little boys who play with him A Good Cough Medicine Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy If afflcted with any throat or lung trouble give it a trial for it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs have all other treatment for years have yielded to this 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and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us Haying associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a bothtoL mortgagesreleasedL NoH House and Lot in Metreary Ky Fine location Doc tor or Merchant A new anti very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway S varninlid and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuilding barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Trice is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant in Lancaster This Propirty is Cheap and will go Quick On Haft side of Hill street 70 feet front and feet deep or Ii5 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid built fug site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood did one of thebest resilience portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster V Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item No 70 feet front on Hill street 3il feet deep or li feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Placer Jluch of the laud huts been in grass lint is sots under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or load the rest is rich and productive S ever failing water cud tenting In good repair Land has beets well treated l story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc No 5 Farm of SG Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster tt acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown iu oat3 and 25 acres of tine tobacco or hemp lund brings tine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn ice house and all nec essary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it No 14 GOO Acres of Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski County Ky About i miles South of Somerset and near to fwd East of Flat River on the Cincinnat Southern Kailrond This laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 17 Farm of 15S Acres in Bend of Kentucky River In Garratd county about y miles north of Buena Vista under good fence Wth plenty of water 25 acres iu apple orchard good peach orchard G room house in good and all necessary outbuildings Land in Polleys Bend is fast increasing In value No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard County about 8 acres under cultivation balance In grass clover timothy and blue grass Good pasture laud under good fence and well watered by springs and ponds 12 acres in orchard in fruiting prime best rails ties of all kinds of fruit The house is not a mansion but a good substantial country ihvel ling lz storys hich with a store room 33x20 feet anjuiuiug it About 1 sills from Lawsons School House and 2 miles from Good Hope Baptist church Examine this property if you wont to buy r Loft ti 1 acre for u garden plat Poll s J repairs I f r ham Three fours W gram hvo story h 13 No Farm of 00 Acres Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Rockcastle line All bottom land level and productive never falling stock water story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given April 1st 1001 Price within the reach of mew of moderate menus No House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on i East Main Street 100 feet tract UT feet deep Rice residences arc building all around this property in this location Is al wars salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known ns the old Franklin Institute prop errs Lot is 11 feet front on Danville Avenue and 194 feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular lass It room hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside aura outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively Im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all a S rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike balance under cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is in good repair Honsu stories containing G rooms porch and latcited porches good cistern good boxed log barn und good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchard containing inauyvarieties of fruit A line farm of moderate sizu No 12 Farm of 84 Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike Ci acres iu grass balance under cultivationgood strong land in good repair and wateredby never failing springs Two story framehouse G rooms and necessary outbuildingsOne of the orchards A very desirable tarn near town and in good locality No 13 Housed and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell KentuckyT- wo story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary outbuildings Place iu good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lau caste No 7 House anti Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hull varuuda hand somely finished inside and conveniently j fe structed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stableraid ail other convenient outbuildings Lot Is front 4 17 feet in depth nice stable lot No 10 Farm of 80 Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky laud attached situated at Logana iu Jessa mine county Ky 5 miles from NIcholusvItle ou a good turnpike and near rallioad ruoni cottage house magnificieut bare and every kind of convenient outbuildings good water in good repair Good location fordoctor or dairy maw No 15 Vacant Lot on South Side Water street between Lex ington and Paulding In Lancaster 75 feet front ou Water street00 feet in depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price I U after H splendid1 Acres country 1011 feet portionof Intheeverything Ill property 5 For further particulars write to or call on r R DavidsonL OR LawOflice over Storrnes store Louis Landrantf Central Record office 11 s e