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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l I TWELFTH YEIR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy as Second Crass Mutter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANG ASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 181901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t trotF Nt71rL Elt 1L iTHE HOME i r NEWS E See the pretty dimities at Josepts We buy old gold and silver Thomp son the Jeweler 2t If you want the lightest strongest and best wagon you ever owned buy a Capital from Gaines Bros Dr Goldstein the optician will the Garrard Hotel Saturday July 27 for one day only See his ad in this issue of TilE RECORD Bob Cunninghams new paper will blossom out in Danville next week It will be a weekly and we were told its principal object is to promote local enterprises The Mason Hotel has been adorned with a handsome sign Its a good job the work of Benton Ashley the hust ling sign writer Nothing improves a house more than a good sign and nothing looks worse than a bum one Will Close fur a Few Days W P Buck the meatmarket and groceryman has closed his shop for about ten days in order to visit his parents in Tennessee He will return at the end of that time and resume business furnishing his customers with firstclass meats of all kinds Tciiclicri Examinations Examinations for white teachers will be held Friday and Saturday lu ly 1 and 20 Examinations for colored teachers will be held Friday and Saturday July 2i and 27 All will be held at the court house Elisa lennings Lusk County Supt 2t Four Years In Rev A Martin of Nova Scotia will lecture at the Crhistian church next Monday night on Four Years in Eng land Mr Martin has the reputa tion of being a tine speaker anti this lecture will no doubt be very outer taining He is a native of America but has spent several years preaching in England Mr Martin will preach at the Christian church on Sunday and lecture on Monday night Citi zens of Lancaster and vicinity should avail themselves of this opportunit to hear this distinguished speaker The lecture will be given under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society t 1 laud t J bat 1 c Bargains in at Conns Conn gi cash work stamps on all I have some extra Southdown year ling bucks and lambs for sale G T Higginbotham Marcellus Alfred Bright the negro who killed Sam Blakernore the Crab Orchard barber was held without bail and the Stanford Journal says there is line prospect for a hanging Much complaint is heard about the lack of farm hands If any fellow is not at work these days its because he was born tired Anyboby oan get work that wants it Colorado ExciirIoiiN 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 Ice Ice Ice We are the only dealer here who handles ice in car loads We sell pure ice best in the state we sell same price on wagon and house Far wanting can buy very low of us in lots from 100 to 1000 Ibs See us before buying II B Northcott Help a ftoodCaiisc The ladies of the Methodist church will have an exchange in the Stormcs building adjoining store every Saturday afternoon for the entire summer They will sell and salads ices cakes etc Proceeds for parsonage Come around and pur chase your suppers and Sunday meals and thus help a worthy cause City to Tie Up The Courier Journal says the steam e Falls City has been compelled to tie up for a short time on account of a strike by the roustabouts The hands demanded a raise of 100 per cent which was out of all reason The officers said there was no money in operating the boat at such expense and will tie up until help can be at reasonable figures She will probably resume her trips in a few days This is of interest to the peo pie of the lower end of Ganard avho ship all their stuff that way I bUg t7 ate Excursions particulars at I Miss Sallie light lJreads meats chickens Falls seemed etc es C Biers c OF Will be sold at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES during our clearance sale Great bargains in Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers and broken lots in Ladies and Gents shoes If you want BARGAINS it will pay you come to see us during this Great Clearance TIle Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Ky K i i 0 K 0 0 0 2 1 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 i0 0Q 0 0 0 0 t10 0 0 tI to Q 00 0 n REMNANT3 t ot 0 iO ot0 Carpets ann f 0 to I I 10 4 0 O 0 0to 0 i 0 0 01Ii Sale t ii 0 t 2 o o X fo 0 0 o KO4r o 0 oa 0 O t t H tt t t tt c 0 Oe O OJOO OJOeO Os000 OC O OJO O U QvO O vOC O O O G O O O OC Q c y a 0 G 0 QT Matting00 G 0 t 0 p top r f 0O 0o 0 o I 0 wr p 00000000 oooooa ooooo000000 4040404 X0000000 00000- t t f 1 t C 0 0 0p o d J Bbl Conk Shells just received at Thompson x 150 to Cincinnati next Sunday Court day Monday Yes were right Look at the calendar Deposit your wheat at Wards mill july1126 Dr Landman the optician will be tomorrow See ad New stock of Guitars and Lambre quin draperies at Thompsons Buggies Surges ana Phaetons at cost for here days at Conns Farmers Favorite and the Ken tucky Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros i have employed ah expert machine ist and am repair all kinds of engines J B Conn A Fiuo Treat Our good friend Mr J C Ilardin of Lowell remembered THE RECOKD of lice this week with a basket of delic ious apples and peaches and all hands have had to let out their apronstrings several inches From the PlilllppIiicM Byron Patterson and Clem Ander derson two colored boys who were raised in Lancaster returned last week from the Philippine Islands where they served in the 48th volun teer regiment Lawn Fete The ladies of the Methodist church will give a lawn fete at the Graded School property next Wednesday ever mg Admission 25cts which includes refreshments As the young folks have been complaining for somewheie to go this will give them a chance for an evening of enjoyment Please IUVfKtl ate Please look at the label on this and if you are in arrears send us the money The year is more than half gone noel all we have collected since June 1 is a plugged quarter and two bushels of mildewed potatoes This wont go very far on paying for our customary three months vacation at Saratoga Is it as rood as Wards flour Is the question frequently asked about other flour This indicates that it acknowledged standard Time improved machinery skilfully op erated has won this high reputation and to maintain it we shall continue to make the best flour that can be made The names are White Swan and Gilt Edge Bates the Miller Fun iu Abundance A funprovoking homespun prog ram will be disposed of August 8 at the opera house New and entertain ing features throughout Various questions will be settled by ballots deposited at the door such as who is the wisest man the prettiest lady the best merchant in each line best law yer best doctor best preacher Par ticulars next issue Some Like Him Hereabouts The following is a copy of a hand bill recently distributed by a Clark county merchant better could be expected of a merchant so far behind the times as to use a cheap hand bill to advertise his moss COy ered stock of goods This is to let my Friends and Customers know that I not only sell at Retale but also at Holesail Hats Caps Cloathing ice cream Georgia raised Molasses books for Scholards Collins and cool soda water in season also Hoes plows and fine Millinery For Garrard of Course Bro Seph Campbell says in his erset Journal The people of Garraid county are happy and Brer Landram of the Central Record is delighted over the presence of the Southern surveyors at work on the line from Burgin Three lines have been loca ted from Dix river to Lancaster and have shortened the route and found a splendid grade If the Lord will help Louis Landram just a little bit Garrard will surely get the road and Lancaster must raise a shaft to his memory in that event Of course the Lord will help Gar rard county Seph Over in Danville they think theyre as good or better than Him and lIe has never heard of Lincoln Error In Subject In the published program for the meeting of the Kentucky editors at Madisonville the subject of Col W P Waltons paper is given as Progress of Interior Journalism in the last Quarter of a Century This is an error it should be Progress of try in the Last Quarter of a Century The error was made iq Louisville as we know it was written correctly at the meeting of the execu tive committee Mr Walton has agreed to read the paper and it will be greatly enjoyed by the boyf Another interesting paper will be read by Mr Edgar S Albright of the Mt Vernon Signals whose subject is The Country Weekly as An Auxiliary to Public Improvements i her thir prepare c iR- an latest Nothing Reading I j maclwles Buck paper Sol Cop Journalism n E o Deposit your wheat at Wards mill julyll2t Before buying wheat drills call and inspect those at Bros I bought out Mr Heberlings stock of flowers will cheap J C Thompson That game of ball between the fats and leans has never been played Keg Mason says it will be played Thanks giving day New Paper at Somerset We have received a copy of The a neatly printed magazine edited by Sam M Boone Jr of Somerset It is devoted to the Belgian Hare The Battle Row Coons beat the Stanford Dingies in a game of ball here Friday afternoon It was a good game though when Rastus got up it was more pleasant to view it from afar ofT Kefcrees In Bankruptcy United States Judge Cochran has appointed Attorney James N of Stanford and Attorney Thos N Harding of Harrodsburg Referees in Bankruptcy A Lucky lUau While working in his garden Mr J Scott of Buena Vista ran across an old tin box which was found to contain sixteen hundred silver dollars The box had been buried for many years and was almost rusted out Still Repairing A construction train distributed twelve car loads of ties between and Rowland Ttlonday which together with those recently put in will make this branch a fair piece of railroad The section bosses are extra men and have been doing so for some time ICiuuiIim Nlglit And Day Since J B Conn put in his ma chinery for the repairing of engines boilers etc he has had more work than he could attend to For the last week or so he has had to run the shop both day and night to attend to the work brought in The threshing sea son is one of his busiest times as hullers separators engines etc to be repaired on tIle shortest possible notice Lancaster lUaus Property Will Ward who is out from Lancas ter owns the old Livingston Coal Company property on South side of Rockcastle river Some of the hand somest building sites in the county or anywhere else are there Just across the railroad lion Sam Ward owns property that should be valuable as it can be divided intotwenty or thirty handsome building lots All this will be a handsome residence section of the town Livingston Colonel A Place for Loafers The Harrodsburg Democrat says when the police court bell rings every idler in town makes a rush for the room crowding it almost to suffoca tion Its that way in Lancaster also When the police bring np some poor devil the loafers from the goods box es noel Park make hot haste to the court room There they sit for hours These same fellows hang about the circuit court when it is in session some of them only leaving the room to go to their meals Enforce the vag rant law Death of Uncle Rub Naylor After an illness of several month Mr Reuben Naylor died at his home Crab Orchard street Saturday night He has been in declining health for some years but was never confined to the house until a month or so ago Several days before his death he commenced hiccoughing which trouble was never checked and which hastened his death Mr Nay lor resided in Garrard county all his life and was a widely known citizen He was a clever man and had a great many friends He leaves a widow who has much sympathy in her loss Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday af ternoon Officer Slier Catcher Dezarn One day last week policeman Mi t Siler learned that Sim Dezarn who was wanted in Estill county for the killing of a fellow named Story was in this county Siler set out to find Dezarn and Monday morning landed his game Dezarn was at a house on Drakes Creek and Siler watched his chance and ran in so quickly that he got between Dezarn and his gun Dezarn it is said has killed several men but that cut no ice with Silor and he marched the gentleman to the Garrard county jail Siler has made an excellent officer and is one of tle best in the state He is not afraid and when he goes after a lawbreaker hes sure to land him It has betn largely through his assistance that Marshal Turner has stopped the drunken hoodlum element from shoot ing the town down and kicking up the devil on the streets all nightv They are the only officers who have maintained prder remaining closeout industry warmed Sanders Lancaster working j i j ect 4 Gaines Belgian have n fiver 4 i a t Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Take in the Cincinnati excursion Sunday 150 round trip Threshers are working day and night The crop is turning out better than was expected I The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal for Fail plowing Sold by Gaines Bros The surveyors are working away on lines south of town now About a mile and a half out they will strike a straight stretch on level ground miles long This is the end of the route Trade at Blue Grass Grocery Our extreme low prices will prevail as before Special attractions Thousands of beautiful presents given away to our trade TIle Danville Fair Mr Sam II Fox of Danville was in town yesterday advertising the Fair which will be held Aug 5 7 8 9 The program is a splendid one noel the fair will be ahead of any held in Boyle Remember the dates Camp Meeting at High Bridge July 20th28th Reduced rates as usual from Queen Crescent point Sunday excursions and special train service Great attractions at High Bridge this year Dont fail to gc Ask Ticket Agents for particulars W C Rinearson G P A A Freeze Game Richmond Climax Danville it seems is playing a freeze out game with other towns besides Richmond Lancaster last week losing its two green houses which were mov ed to Little Britain to supply the college dudes with buttonaires Vt e wouldnt be surprised to hear next of John Yerkes noel Harry Giovanncl moving the national capital over the e just as a matter of convenience Fred Will Build Mr Fred P Frisbie has bought the lot on Water street between Ansel George and T J Hatcher Mr Fris bie will at once begin the erection of handsome dwelling thereon and push the work rapidly We will say here that he tried for several months buy a residence in town but could lind only a few for sale at any price Property has advanced greatly in val ue and those having houses for rent are in clover knee deep More Local on page 3 Only several ever everyday Danville heretofore immense S f i Outs All kind of machinery repaired at Conns Handsome stock of heavy tw lied crash at Josephs Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at places Wheat threshing has been rapidly this week The drouth come in good place for it But we prefer to not procrastinate We with all our friends agree that 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 lamina Wrapper made and warranted by Tire John 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 you get we get acquainted and perhaps in 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 Sugar at market price Come in and get our blended teas for making Ice Tea this hot weather Remember we handle Ileintzs ab solutely pure apple vinegar and pickles Let us show you our line of Queens ware 10 piece Toilet Sets artisticaly decorated regular 6100 Sets only 8273 everything goes at unheard of bar gains We thank our Shoe patrons fut their liberal patronage and will say to them this fall we will have a stock second to none direct from tgrers through us to von thereby sav the middle mans profit When in need of anything Jive us a call Yours bargainsWard I I I BETTER bmGa Shillito Co bargains the manu nth push h LliLTlLtivrl CIt ing err j J 1 I fflS Ice Cream Freezer Ice Boxes in all Sizes Refrigerators sec our Oil Stoves and Ranges Do your own cooking for 220 per week J I E1SEIJEI J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors j j I I i I COOL rl n Doors ad Wil Dwa White I onntain Calland ii Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture antI Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward i+ BREEZY 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 and refreshing feeling satisfaction to the wearer They are fashioned right and tit is exact THIN PRICES on every suit Try one they are cool comfortable and economical HM M Negligee Shirts Shirt Waists Its now time for Summer Shirts i after counter box after box of Negli gee Shirts all kind to fit all shapes of men No Negligee Shirt that is having can be bought for less SOcts No Negligee shirt can be found anywhere better than our best at 100 There are many new styles out for and comfortable and men will wearT We have them The man who never had on a Shirt Waist dont know what comfort is on a hot sum U mers day Try one and you have got 4 to come to it We have them in Per cales and Madras cut in the ap J trod them all here M f f HHt All the latest styles and shapes in Ladies and Gents Fine Footwear Summer Neckwear as hand some as dye can make it H T LOGANThe OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher iOOOOOOOOOc OOOOOO OOCt I idl1 Ql a ti Q ia I0 a IQe I I I I I 5 tR 0 5 2 2 5 2 1 i I I worthhas 1 mos Spring anti Summer wear but you 1tproved styles t t t t t t H r I OC t ooooooaoaooooo000 oaooooooo N i tings ms eie oo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO TEETH The best set 750 guaranteed Any defect in five years you get a new set Dr Hobson CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky July 18 1901 OUT in Kansas where there is so much suffering from drouth it was decided to hold prayer services for re Jief So far so good but some of the ministers thought it a good time to get before the public and announced their opposition to the movement There arc fools in the ministry just as there are in every other calling Any fellow so narrowminded as to oppose such a suggestion should be splitting rails instead of parading as a preacher A snORT time before the primary election in Louisville the chief ofii cials announced in flaming orders that the police department must take no part in the election Now they rush to the trout to say that as it is over the police must settle down and strictly to business The evidently did not hear of the first order THE U S corps of life savers at Louisville saved seven Frankfort men from drowning in the Ohio river falls last Friday As a matter of course Frankfort men will get into trouble when they go near water They had probably never seen any before and the sight of so much at one time was too great a shock for their constitu tions ONE of the Chicago clergymen who investigated the army canteen system in order to denounce it has been COL verted and is now an ardent thereof The stuff sold in an army canteen is calculated to make a man do most any old thing and the action SECRETARY LONG has decided that Sampsons head must go on those medals If he wanted to please the people he would have let Sampsons head go a long time since Schley is the greatest man in the navy and he is only held back to satisfy the of Dewey and Sampson MACHINISTS continue to strike and cause their employers all kind of and trouble Yet when a machine is invented to do their work they go into conniption fits great world SOME one has named the man a comeboe The girls are not taking much stock in the new gar ment and if the wearer doesnt step lightly itproves to be a Go beau A TAX of five dollars per head has been placed upon Frenchmen to meet naval expenses We wouldnt give live cents per head for every on the earth EVERY ship put in service by Uncle Sam is called the Queen of the Na vy says an exchange If this is kept up we will soon have a queen full THE Department of Agriculture is advertising for agrostologists and report says is receiving few replies Wonder if its catching QuekUou 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 Doctors were scarce and theyseldom heard ofAppendicitis Ner vous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation ol undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the organic action of the system and that is ail they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Stormes Drug Store The man who has bet and lost can readily see how wrong it is to gamble During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from cholera iufantum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chambealains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house tel ling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully The child is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fail Mrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio Sold by R E Me Roberts druggist rr a I attend supporter surprising jeaL- ousies annoyance This shirtwaist Frenchman Biliousness nervous co i N1 recovered sa TEETH Gold Crown and Bridge 550 per tooth The most beautiful Dr Hobson LT 11 a PAINT LICK Our buyers are only paying 55c per bushel for wheat Allen Thompson sold a sow and pigs to T S Burnam for 20 Miss Bettie Francis will teach tie public school at New Prof R G Adams of Madison teaching singing school at Mt Tabor Sam Jennings got kicked on the hand by a horse and was pretty badly hurt Smithie Engleman was thrown from bicycle Monday and was considerably bruised up T S Burnam sold his meadow to Azbill Barnes of Richmond at 800 per acie as it stands W S Fish has bought out James Metcalfs stock of drugs and he now has corner on the drug trade The Mt Vernon Bridge Company of Mt Vernon Ohio has the contract to build the bridge here They will commence work in a short time We have one of the most economical farmers here that can be found after he had cut his wheat he went over the Geld with a hand rake and saved every loose D C Pullins has a bottle of whiskey that is years old It is a miracle how Dave kept it so long I move that he give it to M D Hughes when he takes his seat as Police Judge G W Slavin as he was going down a pair of stone steps at Mr Guy Rices fell and struck his head on rock and cutting a gash about two inches long Dr Casenburg sewed up the wound and George is getting along all right If Vie young men that congregate in front of Mr W S Fishs drugstore every Sunday evening to box swear and keep all kinds of noise would go to Sunday school and church it would be more profitable to them and more pleasant to the ladies that hear the noise Mr G T McRoberts of Brodhead is visiting his daughter Mrs Jas Hen derson Drs Edwin Poyntz and W C Casenburg attended the Medical meeting at Stanford Mr Alvah Adams and bride nee Miss Laura Lankford of Rockcastle are spending their honeymoon with relatives here Mr J L Kinnaird who has been rusticating in the mountains during the hot spell is at home looking very much better Misses Ella Vandever and Violet Preston two little beauties from Louisville are the guests of Miss Mamie Ramsey Mr Ed Short of Richmond and Mr Hume Rucker of Berry were here Sunday BRYANTS VILLE Miss Marie Dunn began a five months school at Bourne last Monday Elder Walden delivered an instruc tve discourse at the Pleasant Grove church Sunday Rev Robinson will not fill his the third Sunday at the Methodist church I have a few trimmed hats that I will sell regardless of cost this month Mrs S S Ilaselden Miss Judie iNevius of Jessamine a beloved Christian died on last and after impressive services at the grave the remains were laid to rast at Pleasant Grove cemetery Miss Hailie Deatherage of visited relatives here last week Misses Florence Dunn May and Ruby Scott returned last from a pleasant visit to relatives at Loganna Jessamine county Mrs James Hills returned from the springs where she spent two weeks Dr Askinslad of Louisville is with friends here he formally resided here and we are glad to have him visit us Misses Dunn and Effie King were among the crowd that took a boat ride last to Valley View from this place went on the before and enjoyed the ride very much Miss Elisa Lusk spent a day with Mrs Dr Armstrong last week Miss Louise Faris of Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Carrie Baldwin the past week Elder Allen of Danville is spending the week with friends here Mrs G G Ballard son Richard and little daughter spent part of last week with relatives Mr and Mrs B F uings are visiting relatives in Dan ville Mrs Ballard of visited her sister Mrs Josh Dunn last week Mr Walter Waf ford returned last week from the Philippines where he has been for two years I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines thatyour 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 many other preparations John Beam West Middlesex Pa No preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia cure as it contains all kinds of the natural digestants Itwill digest all kinds of food and cant help but do you good F P Frisbie lie n I anywhere appointment Tuesday Richmond Wednesday number Wednesday J N annie Lancaster Hope- Si heads week Al Quite a e TEETH The best White Porce lain Crown 250 Dr Hobson E STONE Wm Wail bought of James Land 5 shoats at 5 per head Messrs A D Ford and W S Preston have been very sick but are some bet this writing Mrs Lucy Grow is very low with phoid fever Dr Kinnaird of Lan caster is attending physician Mr and Mrs G W Anderson spent Thursday with their daughter Mrs Hiram Ray of Buckeye LittleMiss Willie W Ray of Lovers Lane spent last week with her grand mother Mrs Mollie Fain Mrs Mary East visited Mrs Sanders last Frank Duncan spent last Tuesday with his Mr Mat Folger and wife Miss Alice Jones of Lexington was in our village Tuesday night Mrs Jane Hunt of Paint Lick visited her C M Moberlcy and family last week Mrs Lucy Martin formerly of this county now of Lexington her cousin Mrs Wm Wall last week Mr Charles Forbes of is spending the summer with his uncle C M Moberlcy Mr and Mrs W H Fain visited their daughter Mrs Joe Ray of Buckeye Sunday Messrs A Gibbs Jack Hiatt and Chas Burdett of Hiattsville went to Lock No 8 last Wednesday and faired sumptuously on fish and bread Mr Jas Crawford and wife of spent Sunday with Mr wife TEATERSVILLE Mrs Kinnaird Warner has an enroll ment of fortytwo pupils at the Mr and Mrs James Jacksons baby has been quite sick but is some A fine son made his appearance at the home of Mr and Mrs Charlie on the 15th A small child of Dan Easts died and was buried at Buckeye cemetery Sunday afternoon Messrs Walter Fayne and Oscar Ray accompanied by Misses Soula Simpson and Ida Pierce attended camp meeting at Preachersville Sun day A very large crowd enjoyed a dinner at the river last Wednesday There is to be another fish dinner for Saturday next which every one is in vited to be present Newton Doolin and Miss Minnie Ray laughter of James D Ray on Poor Ridge were married in Cincin nati on the 13th We extend to them our heartiest congratulations A very large crowd attended ces and Sunday school atBuckeyeSun day Mr Crosby from Madison gave an interesting talk Saturday p m in behalf of the churches which are to support themselves in Tates Creek Association Messrs John Adams and Hugh V Kerby were visitors at the home of Wm Burton Sunday Miss Mar tha Hendren of Kirksville is the pleasant guest of her friend Miss Pherigo Miss Irene Simpson is visiting relatives at High Bridle Mr and Mrs Forest Curtis have been the guest of Mr and Mrs Floyd Curtis at Spoonville Miss Maude Best has returned to her home in after a pleasant visit to Miss Sandidge Miss Nannie Arnold of Bryantsville has been with her sister Mrs Wesley Walker Roy Arnold of Danvile was over to see the pretty girls Sunday Mr and Mrs John Brown in company with their niece Miss Carrie Brown are visiting in Indiana Mrs Ann Broad dus and two grand daughters were visitors at Mr Herod Rays Sunday Steve Hill went over to Preach ersville Sunday afternoon to attend camp meeting He was accompanied by A J Pike who was en route to his home at Brodhead Mr Ap Price spent Friday in our vilhige W H Furr bought seven hogs a few days ago for 3900 Annie Scott of color died last night of malarial fever Miss Malissa Furr who has been teaching in Indiana for some time returned home Saturday to spend a few weeks She has held the same position for She teaches in the schools of Frankton Ind 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 all of the natural 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 good healthy appetite F P Frisbie n vi in its ter nt t T L Thursday of Beuna Vista cousins nephew visited Madison lIt Mat Folger and Chapel better now Tartar fish notable relatives WOODS Sunday threeyears contains and J I c N ser Loin digests S TEETH Extracted without treated 100 Dr Hobson ur c PainTEETH MARKSBDKY M G Aldridge sold to C A Robinson two cows at 3c per lb Miss Fraukye Doty of Paint Lick is visiting her cousin Miss Georgia Dunn Mrs Katharine Aldridge of Lancaster has been sick for several days at time home of her son Mr M G Aldridge Miss Miram Herring of Louisville who has been visiting uncle Mr T I Herring returned home last Friday Mesdames r A Wool folk and Murphy of Lcxinsj ton are visiting the family of Mr T L Broaddus Little Miss Mina and Master Abner Burnside of Danville are visiting their aunt Mrs Abncr Hughes Miss Susie Hilton of Brod head was the guest of Mrs M G Ald ridge last week Rev B A Copass left Friday for Texas where he will visit friends and attend to some business The pulpit will be during his absence by Rev Ma honey of Stanford Miss Bertie Dean of Bell county is visiting her cousin Miss Lucile Marsee Miss Catharine Moore will commence her school at Rice Academy Monday Ju ly 22nd Miss Lucile Marsee will teacb at Pleasant Grove Win Anderson of Oklahoma City is his parents 13 Kern per He did not deliver his lecture as did not think the number of tickets sold would justify him Mr Alexander Durham last Friday from the Philippine Islands where he has been for the last two years lie is in good health and has many interesting incidents to relate of his skirmishes among the un civilized enemy JUDSON Delayed Letter Henry Grimes is a cumin to the front The youngest child of Mr and Mrs Simeon Clark died July 4th of cholera infantum The modest and polite Mrs Hutch ison a representative of the Singer Sewing Manufacturing Company Danville was in the neighborhood last week selling machines Molton Mayfield of Lexington vis ited hss niece Mrs Margaret Stone last week Miss Cordelia Walker of Jessamine county has been for clays the guest of her cousin Mrs Luther Raney Bob Scott has purchased some fine Hongkong birds and has started a goose ranch He has invited ExPres ident Cleveland to visit him and him in the business af ter which he will build a lake Mrs Margaret Stone has one stalk of corn in her garden twelve feet high with braces from first and second joints reaching the ground Braces from third and fourth joints are going towards the ground fifth joint shows brace buds Now come again ye craw- fish and snake story teller James Clark Jr and wife were out driving stopped for his muleship to drink Mr C removed the bridle thinking of course that no danger was near His beloved Mrs C slid suppose Jack should try to run would you hold him or let him go Let him go dear said MrC laughing By this time Jack had filled his tank and without a signal made a bound and was off Mr C true to his vow threw his arms around Jacks neck and held him him at bay for a moment when Jack released himself from his loving embrace and had his own way He overturned the buggy spilled Mrs C out with a slight scratch on a finger Jack then began to kick and squall if Mr C ever finds his buggy it will not do to ride in Jack will be traded or sold and a new buggy bought A mule is a last and all the time remember GILES Mrs Robert Long has been very sick but is better at this writing- A good rain would be highly appre ciated in this section now The school at Gunns Chapel is nicely Misses Margaret House and Ida Eaycontemplate grad oaring this term There was quite a large number of young folks in a fishing party here last Wednesday They were not as before the steamer Falls City came up and they enjoyed a nice ride up to Valley View Messrs Sebastian and Hurt are still fishing at the mouth of Paint Lick They are having splendid luck they caught one fish that weighed 29 Ibs The piles that annoy you so will be quickly and permanently healed if you use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless counterfeits F P Frisbie Some women can see nothing in this world without the aid o a mirror A bad complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels In all such cases DeWitts Little Early Risers produce gratifying results F P Frisbie f George literary occupied TIe visiting 11 rand was announced he returned Judson I several instruct recentlythey mar- rIage mule first progressing disappointed I In Drat says duck I 1 TEETH TEETH extracted 25c Dr Hobson 10 2I Gold 160 Filled 75e a a N6WS The smallpox scare in Washington county is over Maysville is to plug factory Mrs Jefferson Davis is quite ill at Portland Madison county is gathering a tine crop of blackberries- A convention of negro hankers was called to meet in Buffalo in Septem Ross of Lexington took an overdose of headache powders and came near dying In a fight between robbers and Pa one of the was killed American hotel keepers are with the intention of going into business in London The oil fever has struck Madison county and local capitalists have leas el 10000 acres of land near Berea The Prohibition candidate for GOY ernor of Ohio was stricken with par alysis at Bucyrus His voice is gone In some parts of Missouri and nois the mercury ranged as high as 110 breaking all heat records of years The Secretary of War has declined to accept the telegraphed resignation of Capt Strong who went on a lark with an actress at Frisco The San Francisco Labor Council passed a resolution advocating the of Andrew Cernegies offer of 750000 for a public library The 4500 employes of the National Tube Company at McKeesport Pa nonunion men have been grouted an of 10 per cent in wages Somerset has a new paper a the interest of Belgian hares and ginseng It is named the Belgian and its publisher is Sam M Boone Jr The amount due for educational purposes on the 72 7S9 school children reported in the State by the census enumerators at the per capita of 250 is 182199750 At San Jose Cal in order to secure sixteen bullets which had been fired into a Chinaman by highbinders the corpse was ordered boiled in a by the authorities Amanda Boyd a negro woman Princeton gave her two children to make them sleep while she did a large washing One child is dead and the other seriously ill Articles of incorporation have been filed wjth the Boyle County Clerk for the Danville Polytechnic Institute which has up to this time been as a private school The Laurel Baptist Seminary gives fourteen scholarships which includes free tuition for ten months Two of these are to each magisterial district and two to the county at large Tobacco men throughout the State will urge to recommend to the Legislature the passage of a law prohibiting the use of Paris green on tobacco during its growth for the purpose of destroying worms Though the coronation of King Ed ward is a year off preparations are al ready being Wealthy Ameri cans are leasing desirable apartments and syndicates are organizing for the purchase of seats in windows and stand spaces along the line of the parade Save for a few isolated the drouth is practically in Missouri Kansas and the Indian Territory There is no relief insight and the situation d lily becomes worse Prayers for rain be offered in many churches in and Missouri Sunday In North Texas and Western Arkansas isolated rains are reported 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 cli mate 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 lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but dlays inflamation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize at Stormes Drug store It is a difficult matter to persuade handsome woman to engage in the womans rights business lam indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and my life I was treated in vain by for lung trouble following la grippe I took One Minute Cough Cure and recovered my health Mr EH Wise Madison Ga FPFHsbie at r tobacco berJames citizens at Pottsville robbers credited thirty rejection to cauldron morphine conducted GOY Uccldmm thunderstorms unbroken Oklahoma Kansas Almanac doctors I 0000000000000ooooopooo o0000- 90GICNE Rh aooooo0oooooeoooocoooaooooo00 have anew Mainer Ill mont lc devoted made y r 1 TEETH Will come to Lancas ter everysecond Monday in each month Dr Hobson p I 3S j B 1 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 McGTJlKE I ITIfflS NATIONAL BANK OF LANOABTEE XT Capital Surplus Fund SoOOOO 1OOOC BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guarantee H HIGGINEOTHAX Prulden isis Y UCATXLI F HUDSON Cashlei O BISKXY Assistant Cashi OD WALKM Boolkeepet DIRECTORS JMHlGGINBOTHAM Y LiIAYlU- T M AKNOLD B F HUDSON Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the Saw loi lifs Insurance Co and the tontiasatal Fire Insurance Cc G B SwinebroadAgt R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchaiitile NATIONAl DANK ORGN1ZEO 1883 VicePrell dent W I I Followin GOillDanies Aetna Life Ins Co gf HartfordJGonn- Z49s THB I L Ale JJQ Arxsa e e ell 1Il CAPITAL 5000000 l f 0F SURPLU iio oooee j LANCASTER KT A RDINMT President JKOE STORMZS C DENNY Cashier T FROBINSON JR K T EKBET Asst Casur DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes WHKlHBidrd Vice Bookkeeper Sam i S r President- S TEETH Dr Hobson the Dentist in Richmond who owns his own office Dr Hobson only Dr R Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster July 27 1901 for one day only at the New 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 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 deter mine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes and any age A good glass rightly adjusted is 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 the BAKEIC uses WARDS FLOUR and time fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co C D Powell Co J J Barton Co R L Underwood T S Elkin Frank Lackey F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter flour made than WHITE and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller SWINEBROAD N ATTORNEY AT LAw Lancaster Ky Office over Thompson store S BEAZLEY 4 glassesto GarrardHotel 1L 1 I I i I I I I I i- RAS n I i I I I I ISAX I B W ooosoooaoaoooooooooeeooooocr E S S S 00000ooe0oo000004000e0000oooe DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office inBaildin r Dativilla street oppo Ue Presbyterian church DR LOUIS H LAOMAJf of KoDM Madison Ave Covington Ky formerly of Cincinnati practice limit ed to the diseases of the eye wIll be at the residence of St LANCASTER KY Friday July 19 1901 Returning One Day in Each Month GLASSES ADJUSTED REFERCXCES Every physician in Lancaf caster Ky jne27ly JOHN CIVIL ENGINEER All business promptly attended to W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY I the DR E onRichmond j JOHNSTON KyCOUNTY Boo oat ETANS T y 1 JOHN C ADAMSON Sec and ffreas Trustees of Reserve Fund Judge Mat Walton EPBrowning Tnos RPhister THE INCORPORATED KY Has beaten the record and started its business with an unprece dented membership Why Is TlUsIt is because the people know that its contract is 1st The best on the market 2nd The most profitable to the investor 3rd The most speedy results 4th Absolutely safe and guaranteed Why let your money be idle when you can cooperate with us and get good profits We pay in your lifetime Write to us or call at our office No 27 West Second street Majsville Ky J C Thompson Agt Lancaster Ky t t SAFETY INVESTMENT 1 itI a V PreCO1- t t VILLE7MAYSi 1 1 t I 0 Where the Home Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in Danville with relatives Mrs Frazee of Maysville is visit ing Mrs II C Jennings Mrs T B Long left Sunday fur Cincinnati to visit her sister Miss Jennie Duncan is in Stanford visiting her sister Mrs R C Warren Miss Allene Hudson of Danville is the guest of her cousin Miss Lizzie Hudson Shelby Tribble of this office will take in the Fair at Richmond this weekMessrs Bob Davidson and Saufley Hughes are spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs Cabel Chenault of Richmond are guests of his sister Mrs W J Elmore Mrs Center and Miss Mary Dunn of Danville have been Mrs J F Rob insons guests for a few days Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained a few friends Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Allene Hudson of Danville Stanford Journal Misses Kittie Mason and Mattie Mae Robinson are the guests of Miss Sarah Baughman Nicholasville Journal Mrs Alex West of Lancaster spent several days M this week Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes was painfully hurt by being cut on the hand and arm in a jar at Washington Richmond Register Mrs Lackey of Lancaster was a visitor here over FridVy and attended the reception give by Mrs Eugenia Hume F V will leave to- v narrow for Lebanon where he will during next week As he has a vacation of six weeks he will have peoplebeforeDanville News Mr John Miller of Lancaster was one of the court day visitors to this city yesterday Mr and Mrs McKee Kinnaird have from Monticello where Mr Kin naird has been looking over the oi fields Messrs Branham Beazley and Alex Giobs of Garrard were theguests of Mr and Mrs J S Baughmau Sunday and Monday Mr Poney Beazley of Garrard was in town Monday Editor Louis Landram of the Lancaster Record and Mr Joseph Haselrion down last night to the Knight Templar t PEOPLE 0 0 9 II I with and Charles F Denman streetcar lconer l I returned came participate in X404404044 044444 flake 4404044 404444440- k i I j I l t I Mrs I 4 Henry Fat MMMf HEAD 1 1 I t 1 Miss Ethel Dunn is visiting Mrs Berkele of Bryantsville Mrs J H Sympson left Saturday to visit relatives in Casey county Mrs U D Simpson and son Henry are at Crab Orchard recuperating Lieut Heycraft of Frankfort has been visiting Miss Christine Bradley Miss Georgie Henry is visiting Miss es Mary and Bessie Ballard in W A Berkele of Lawrenceburg is spending a few days with his wife and daughter Mrs Osee Huffman and Miss Leila Elkin of Louisville are visiting in this city Mr John Donahue and daughter Miss Agnes have gone to Canada on a visit to friends and relatives Mrs Fisher Gaines who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T Currey has returned to Danville Mrs Anna Frazee Ball and little daughter of Maysville are guests of Mrs II C Jennings Paulding avenue Misses Grace Kinnaird and Mary Gill have returned from a delightful visit to Misses Burnside of Barbour Miss Venice Walker left this week for Hustonville to visit her cousin Mrs George Robinson and attend the Fair Danville George T Farris and wife of Lancaster ire guests of Mr and Mrs Dolph Rice today Little Miss Pauline Hocker and of Stanford are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Alex R Denny Mrs J E Handibo and two little daughters of El Paso Texas art her brother T L Wallon street Since the charge in time of services Dr McKee returns to Danville every Monday morning He comes every Saturday Mrs Arnold of Richmond and her daughter Mrs Armp Elkin of Louis ville are visiting Squire Sam and family Richmond avenue The editor of TIlE RECORD was in Louisville a short time Friday assist ing in matters pertaining to the Press Association The this year will be the biggest thing on wheels Stanford Hall An dersonof McKinney is at the bedside of his relative Mr Ambrose Buford who is dangerously ill in Cincinnati Mr 11 F Elkin is attending a l drill j Richmond relatives vill e AdvocateSenator sister visiting Richmond holding Johnson Kentucky meeting JournalCol f iT 4 1 ACHE FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS WE WISH TO INVITE EVERY ONE SUFFER ING FROM A HEADACHE TO TO CALL AT OUR STORE AND ALLOW US TO SERVE A GLASS OF Bromo Pepsin Free of Charge This is one of the surest remedies on the market V FRISBIES DRUG STORE Jl D I t I t andsafest to t In J n I n t 1jc t t t i I T meeting of the big bug Maccabees at Port Huron Mich A few friends stormed Miss Grace Kinnaird Saturday evening Miss Bessie Cassidy of is the guest of Miss Fannie Doty Mrs D M Lackey has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond of Stanford is the guest of Miss Mary Landram Miss Mary Tumey of Danville is the guest of Mrs J S Robinson avenue Mr George Hardin and son of Cov ington have been with relatives here for a few days Mrs T M Browning and children of Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs John Anderson Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden are a week with Mr and Mrs Duncan of Nicholasville Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden Jr of Danville spent Sunday with the of Dr Herring Little Miss Josephine Paxton of Stanford is visiting her uncle J F Robinson Jr Lexington Street Mrs George Bruce of Danville is with her mother Mrs Eph Brown who is reported very much improved Mrs Durham who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Dr Wesley has to her home in Middleburg Mr Bass the clever clerk at Fris bies drug store is taking a weeks and is at home in Campbells ville Miss Susie Hilton of Brodhead is visiting her sister Miss Alberta Hil ton at Mr R II Batsons Lexington avenue Mrs Thos J Boyd left this week to join her husband who telegraph and agent at Colorado There are 150 guests at Crab Orch ard Springs The fare is excellent and the old resort is proving to be worthy of its increased patronage Drs Geo Coon S C Askenstdt and Mrs Jennie OBrien of Louisville are visiting Misses Fannie and Bettie West George Harris the expert telegraph operator has gone to Pine Hill out on the K D where he accepts the place of operator and assistant agent Lexington Herald Mr Van II Denny son of Judge George Denny has been designated by the President for examination with a view to an ap pointment to a lieutenancy in the army Mr Denny is at present registry clerk to the postmaster While at State College he made an en viable record in military science Al though the examination is rigid phys ically and mentally Mr friends believe that he will pass it eas fly The nest Remedy for Stomach and Uowe Troubles I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach 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 cure in a pleasant form For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 4 The powderpuff removes more tear stains from the average womansface than sympathy ever could A Good Cough Medicine Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy If allicted with any throat or lung trouble give it a trial for it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs have re sisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by its use For sale by R E McRoberts druggist A wise man never differs from a woman except when she says some thing mean about herself Heartburn When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heart burn is likely to follow and especially 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 Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by R E Roberts druggist A woman can stick fifty pins in her dress while a man is getting one un der his thumb nail DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It soothes and heals the Injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get De F P Frisbie A woman who cant forgive should never have more than a bowing ac quaintance with a man 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 atRE s s I 4 LaGrange Diss Minni Woods Burnside Danville family vacation operator CucharaJunction regular It I quickly store spending returned Denny D1cRobertsd t rug K i iM 1 First whiz Whats all de fuss about Second Boy Mr Hinry Maxbury and de country Rube is talking wheat F Mr Maxbury buy de mans wheat- S B You can bet yer life he will buy it F B At whose B At Mr Maxburys BoyGee BWill price- S to the ton ton for son Up to of it ADDITIONAL LOCAL Heres a Curiosity Sure Mr J C Hardin of Lowellbrought this oHIce corn cobs which have grown into an exact shape of the human hand One has all the fingers and the other represents a hind covered by a mitten Now if doubts this they can come to the office and see for themselves A Hsilloonlst One of the most interesting and novel attractions out this year is the Monkey Balloonist Using the balloon the monkey ascends to height of from 1000 to 2000 feet and makes a sensational parachute leap for mother earth The date feature is one of the free at the Lexington Nurse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1217 Horse Show and Carnival Georgetown July 23rd27th One fare the round trip Queen Cres cent Route daily during the Carnival from all points Junction City to Vial inclusive Special train to July 25th 26th and 27th leaves Georgetown at 1030 Great line display of stock and Midway programme Ask ticket agts further particulars W C Rinear G P A To Stock DIx River Local sportsmen have been advised that Uncle Sam has consented to give them several thousand bass which to stock Dix river The fish will arrive on the regular car that makes the rounds of the country every Fall Mr J E Stormes tells TIlE RKCOUD that a club is being organized for the protection of the fish in Dix river and the Hanging Fork This club is to be thoroughly onganized and will have enough money in its treasury to detectives to watch for seiners and dynamiters They will spare neither time nor money to protect the fish and see that the law is enforced Every man caught will be prosecuted to the fullest extent additional being employed to assist the court otlicers All local sportsmen are going into the club and it will be one of the must thoroughly organized ever gotten in Kentucky The club will also look out after the partridges and all other game Kentucky Growers Insurance Co To the members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Company and whomsoever it may concern Various falsehoods intended to the Kentucky Growers Insurance Company are being circulated by local agents of other companies in certain localities Each and every one of these stories this Company denounces as folic and malicious and thereof to those giving circulation them The Kentucky Growers Company was never in a ing condition than it is now It owes but one loss a house entailed to minor children now being rebuilt by the Company and owes practically no other debts Were it to quit business today it is able to refund any dues it may have collected Its outgoing call for the year has been s o far and will be to the end ample for all possible losses it may sustain The rate is the same as it was last year and can not now be altered under the law so those who are yet subject to call on last half of year need have no uneasiness on that score This is under the direct of fifteen Directors farmers men of character and of property who show their faith in it by risking insurance the value of 70000 Through their Executive Board composed of C S Williams President and Alex Dunlap Woodford A J Gorham of Fay ette and Leslie Cleveland of mine all calls are fixed and by them the affairs of the Company are bimonthly The Company is wholly independent of all others and none of its officers have or ever had any connection with any other It asks its members and friends and the people generally to believe in and to give no credence to stories They have no basis of fact whatever The Director of this for Jarrard county is G T Hig ginbotham Marcellus Agent Jesse Doty Our books and office are open for the inspection of any member of the company It is his right to know the condition of affairs and any request for information will be promptly answered by the Secretary Do not be deceived by the misrepre sentations of an agent whose interest in you is bounded by a prospective commission he hopes for from writing you in his Company Weve carried you safely so far and money and can continue to both Kentucky Growers Insurance Co 58 St Lexington Ky I I n a se S yesterday two anyone ordinary attractions Val p m attractions with employ counsel injure itsends warning to more flourish unearned Company investigated company Company fwrit- ten percent Monkey tip to f Jess the i eddo 5 cr by p 5 Important Notice Any subscriber of the Lancaster can get any phone in the coun ty that connects with our exchange our lines on the following 1 Only for private use 2 To be responsible for all messages sent from their phones when the call is made by them 3 The message not to be over four minutes 4 All calls from distant phones in the county are to be charged for for subscribers 5 All calls from toll phones will be messages and charged for By order of Board of Directors A II Bastin Pre James Maret Sec Running for Office The Mt Sterling SentinelDemo crat has found a man who gives his experience while running for office which he did not win by a large He submitted the following account of expenses Lost 4 months and 23 days canvassing 134J hours thinking about the election 5 acres of wheat 2 whole crops of sweet polo toes 4 sheep 5 shoats 1 beef given to barbecue 2 front teeth and a amount of hair in a skirmish gave 97 plugs of tobacco 7 Sunday School books 2 pairs of suspenders 4 calico dresses 7 dollars and 13 baby rattlers told 2889 lies shook hands 23476 times talked enough to have made in print 1000 large volumes size patent office reports kissed 126 babies kindled 13 kitchen tires cut G curds of wood pulled 475 shocks of fodder helped shuck G wagon loads of corn dug 14 bushels of potatoes toted 27 buckets of water put up 7 stoves was dog bit 3 times watch broken by ba 3 to repair loaned 3 barrels of fiour2 bushels of meal 150 pounds of butter 82 dozen eggs 2 umbrellas 12 lead pencils 1 Bible dictionary 1 mowing blade 2 hoes 1 overcoat 2 boxes of paper collars none of which have been returned Called my oppo nent a perambulating liar doctors bill 10 Had five arguments with my 1 flower vessel smashed one broom handle broken 1 dish of hash knocked off the table 1 shirt ruined 2 hands full of whiskers pulled out 10 cents worth of sticking plaster bought Besides spending 1 808 SEA SHORE I Via the Chesapeake fc Ohio Railway I to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va On July 16th the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway twill run its annual to Old Point and Ocean View Va leaving Lexington on the regular express trains at 1120 a m and 8AG m reaching Old Point at noon and 635 p m the next day respectively 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 two persons at same rate Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lexington is in charge or the hotel at Ocean View and has made a special rate of 250 per day and 14 week for C 0 excursionists Ocean View is one of the most resorts on the coast in full view of the Ocean and has a fine smooth July 18th and August 15th the C 0 will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City at 1400 good returning twelve days privileges will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good going on regu lar trains Sleeping car berths will be 400 through in each direction Arrange ypur vacation for one of these trips The C 0 can offer a diversity of scenery en route any other line to the east Send in your names for sleeping car accommodations Do not wait until the last few days Ascertain what train you will go on noon or night train and advise To New York and C O will sell round trip tickets to New York daily at 3270 going and return ing via 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 New York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets will be good ten days 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 You will observe that the weeds young widows are always except ma- jorIty considerable wiferesults bosom excursion accommodate per popular beachTo CityOn 4 Stopover unsurpassed q ReturnThe one stopover t t E exchange conditions EXCURSIONS A S Old selected w becoming flftIflill Hflllll Iflllllllllllllllilifl ill lOur GSif tg Toilet Articles t- f t tareoooOOOOOOCOHUOOOt a PURE Mixed Paints f Guaranteed McROBERTS v g t 0LILiL as Kc fra 3 jly ral gn IS fajj 31 pn EJ j Madison Institute RICHMOND KY A HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS X W McGarvey Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers were educated at the leading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant records instructors everyone a specialist in her department Music exceptionally strong Good table Location health one serious case of sickness in 1 2 years No fussy teachers employed Frequent illustrated lectures b the principal on his travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Send for catalogue isep THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 25000 0 Surplus 125000 00 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 00 Address all correspondence to Home OHloe Important Notice As semiannual settling time is at hand it is necessary that I collect all accounts owing me to pay my own bills I JIUST HAVE DUE ME This notice is meant for A L i indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and of calling in person Sallie D Tillett TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T department beautifuland fulonly recent KENTUCKYGood ffi ALL expense t4 1 serve a m a s ij442i t E August 12 13 14 85 16 and 17 I9OI 30000 pII 50000 A G URSE REMIUM INCLUDING AND THE MOST IGANTIC nAND SORGEOUS DRUG STORE S S30000 I tGRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WEDS AUG 14 FOR y ttG MID ttS SfOOK ANl ART EtIBIT8 N6 TRa7 AU4F LIVE MUSEMENTT 5OOOOS UPERB TUPENOOOS IZZLiNG ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised OF MANKINDENTERTAINMENTbribe EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG Low Rates vIaQueeH Crescent 22nd good returning Aug 8th low rates Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association 23 26th one fare the good re August k WorkersASsembly POEI roundtrip ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIH Secy LEXINGTON KY The Time For N TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against rmnrrr J E loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but R KINNAIRD n flnflUflmL r r r 1 E littler 1 Stenography and Typewriting 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 workof this kind with neatness and dispatch Charges are reasonable and satisfaction guar touo t L 1 J ftWn RDt Grasshoppers arc destroying crops inBoyle county Christian county produces 11000000 pounds of tobacco In India and Persia sheep are used as beasts of burden The length of life of a tradesman is twothirds that of a farmer Hogs may be pretty plenty but the demand seems to be more than You never find tumbledown on the farm of the man that keeps good stock Mayor J R Kevil of Princeton has harvested 1010 bushels of wheat from forty acres Chicks hatched later than the first of September are not of much value to the ordinary poultry man Dan W Peed of Paris Ivy shipped 75000 pounds of extra line briglt leaf tobacco to London England Great Britain purchased 408000000 worth of American farm products in 1100 Germany took Si 000000 worth Reports from the Indiana corn counties show that rain is needed but that little serious damage has been done The wheat crops of Wood ford Scott and Fayettc counties are threatened with serious injry because of a strike of Negro Held hands A lighted cigar caused the loss of 00000 bushels of wheat in a 15000 acre field near South Bend Neb on the Sth But some men must smoke The receipts of cattle for the six months ending July 1 1U01 at exceeded that of last year 120000 white the receipt of hogs at same fell off 12000 head Farm laborers near VincennesInd have formed a union and demand an increase of over 150 per cent in wages arc backed by the American Federation of Labor Kansas farmers will lose 100000000 because of the drouth which hns practically ruined the corn oats and other crops In twothirds of the State corn is a total failure- A dispatch says Kansas farmers will lose 100000000 because of the drouth which has practically ruined the corn oats and other crops In two thirds of the State corn is a total failure It si easier to keep well than get cured DC Witts Little Early Risers taken now and then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote easy gentle action P P Frisbie A Nebraska farmer states over his own signature that his farm yieldc d il bushels of wheat to the acre to say nothing of the magnificent liar that was also produced on the same land Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers compel your liver and bowels to do their duty thus giv jug you pure rich blood to recuperate your body easy to take Never gripe F P Frisbie The worst season of the year as far as disease of hogs is concerned is now fast approaching A stitih in time saves nine as far as preventives are concerned Clean up and disinfect the premises and watch the water supplyCresceus 204 will probably make an attempt to record of 2OS to high wheel sulky this season The champion stallion is a horse of such size power and stamina that he ought to be successful if the proposed trial is made Xew York Herald A representative of the Weed the Louisvilb tobacco authority took a look at conditions in the Blue Grass section last week and thoroughly in vestigated prospects for a crop this year lie found the planting under last year from lf to 25 per cent de crease and an indifference on the part of the farmer as to tobacco raising Under present conditions we expect to see tobacco cultivation decrease from year in the Blue Grass until it becomes of little importance The tobacco crew is likely to shift back again in a few years to the hill counties and the Blue Grass tenant will be no more Kentucky Fair Dates I The following are the dates for hold lug the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported Guthrie July days daysDanvilleAugust 0 5 days 20 1 daysLagrange daysSpringfield September J 5 days 4 days daysGlasgow Any woman can sharpen a lead cil if you give her plenty of time plenty of pencils plenty buildings I Chicago They I Are beat Sunols to year 43 ElizabeLh towl1Septem bel c pent I Madiso1n villa o4vn 10 0 A liiltcrali it offline Grits Settl Of late years there has been much complaint from persons living in States who purchased blue grass seed which would not grow An was started awl it was discovered that in Canada a seed sim ilar in looks to blue grass seed is mixed with the genuine article and sold as such Of course this when scattered docs not grow like the grass in the Kentucky fields and farmers throughout the United States will not purchase the seed except from res ponsible dealers It is the intention of the blue grass farmers to petition Congress to enact laws to prohibit the adulteration of this class of seed by making heavy penalties for violations This it is believed will do away with the practice The Cadadian seed is sold much cheaper than that gathered by the Kentucky blue grass growers find it will be necessary to secure legislation to protect the blue grass product Winchester Dem ocrat Z AseTTCEQKE CROP Farmers in the South mill IIcKTiiiiaiiiK to Itoon nizc- Vnliie o the Tubers Artichokes should be phinUd in the early spring The land Lest suited to their growth is a sandy loam hut they may be successfully grown on any kind of land except a heavy stiff clay The laud should be deeply broken rod fine and the tubers planted in furrows like Irish potatoes say three feet apart and the tubers two feet apart in the rows The sets may be cut like Irish potatoes with two or three good eyes left on each piece The crop should he cultivated On good land the stalks will grow to 11 height of six feet or Wrote and they will thus shade the land and keep down weeds The crop suffers very little from drought and can be relied on to make from HOO GOO bushels to the acre on land that will make 25 to 0 bushels of corn to the acre If the land is poor and a fertilizer is used it should he one having a high percentage of pot ash say from six to eight per cent with six or seven per cent of phos phonic acid and two or three per cent of nitrogen f more of the tubers are grown than nre needed for the hogs they will he found an excellent feed for milking cows for which purpose they must be dug or plowed out of the ground and stored in pits or lulus like Irish pota toes Seed should be saved in the saute way by up a few rods be fore hogs The hogs should not be turned into the crop too early as the Inhere continue to grow and increase in size and quantity until late in the fall They are not easily hurt by frost when left in the ground and in the south the hogs can usually root out the crop all winter Some growers write us that they use the tops as long feed for stock but we hear truth other growers that stock will not eat them readily There is no fear of the crop becom lug a troublesome weed as some have suggested as it is easily killed out by plowing the land after the tubers have begun to grow in the spring Let them imike a growth of six or eight inches of stalk thou plow the land and seed to sortie other crop and there will be no further trough with Planter Every hog showing any sign of sick ness should he at once taken out of the herd and isolated for treatment adulterated t- Are harrowed furrow once or twice and the loud level I to I I t itSouthern I I I I I other investigation gathered rcpt plowing I ut 11 Messing to an women Great and comfort comes into every household when the virtue of gg is known No more gloomy forebodings or use of Mothers Friend the liniment There is nothing like itU F DROWN of Widdill La writes Many cf my friends ha e used Mothers Friend before confinement would out pus through the ordeal again without having it even cost 35 per bottle Sent by express on receipt of price S I OO per Bottle Bock written especially youngand w by expectant as teg by theU irs slit mailed free nervousness ets the SJis oia Veins witH a Violest liz eri Fills These plants seem to of the nature and character of the serpent in winter time being comparatively but when warmed into life by spring and summer heat they become extremely venomous and spiteful a milky juice that burns and blisters like a fiery acid producing quick inflammation and painful swelling Sonic persons atmosphere the acrid juices emanating from these plants is seldom a picnic or family gathering in the woods but that sonic mem her of the party comes in contact Poison Ivy Oak or some other hurtful or weed through the open pores the poison is carried to the overheated blood Poison Ivy is found clinging to tree trunks I rJj ffiN t f lJ Ij 11 Ot g S lit ri V tJ I 1 rUI VY BOTLNIC L REP1II4ES Their Fire and the are so susceptible to these vegetablc poisons that ill their vicinity will proltlce almost as nllicll discomfort and pain as handling them their thin and skins seeni to absorb front the surrounding and J Lua t3iIw rrCJ w diig P son harmless emitting coming sensitive I here BLOOD SATURATED WITH POISON OAK 2 r John Friol of Hear Station Del writes I was poisoned with poison oak which through my blood and my condition became so serious that the doctors tall sail I could not ret well I remained iu a precarious condition to the house for six months when I saw S C advertised and hewn its use soon realising that it was doing jiia reel I continued th3 medicine anti was cured entirely I think it the cost blood medicine made S e cat Confined the signs of the poison vanish soon after the first attack the acrid have been taken through the open skin pores into the blood and the most persistent and faithful use of external remedies can never dislodge then and next season and for years to come you may 4 the same tortures the blood in the meantime becoming so saturated juices endurenitr ltnflil r+ I Evangelist A Martin of MuncIe Ind will give his lecture in Lancaster at the Christian Church Monday July 22 at 8 oclock m Mr Martin has been on the lecture in all the New England states and has traveled extensively Nova was a England for four This lecture has attracted and is highly j n recommended by the and buildingfund torsn ion Jt trw my friend twice TIlE IStil ALL 1laoatsrs l1nBSDFIELTOE Coa Atlanta Gts fences or rocks sometimes jgreat heights the leaves are VMg ifMnearly square in shape smooth S and shiny and three on each stem VC the flowers are of a greenish white KSS g color and the berries pale green or g if TO li white The Oak is a small shrub seldom more than three feet high its size depending upon the nature of the soil location etc the leaves are lon r and pointed with saw tr r 71 X q ti ld j h reaching 1 1 a t Via hfr 1 like edges and a downy appearance underneath Vhile tile two plants are entirely unlike appearance the poisonous are very After the swelling subsides the skin remains for a long time in a rough and inflamed condition dotted here and there with bad looking ulcers and little festering sore It is truly remarkable with what regularity srd certainty the disease returns and always on schedule time appearing the same month day and hour almost that it did the year before Dont be deceived should in effects simiar J and charged with the poison that each leaves the body weaker and recovery more uncertain and herbs of which S S S is composed and overcome and drive out of the blood and succeedingattack and thus the once siliiple malady elldiS disastrously Igor poisonous tree shrub or flower nature has wisely provided an antidote or cure The roots and quicklysurely slow every system the effects of Poison Ivy Poison Oak Virginia Creeper Weed sumac and vegetable poisons of every variety S S S will be found an invaluable and perfect antidote for poisons of this class There is never any return of the aggravating symptoms after a course S S as it destroys every vestige of the poison Dont abandon hope because of repeated failures State your case to our doctors we feel sure they can help you Medical advice will cost you nothing and is strictly confidential Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free WIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Thundert o Six women can at once and yet alon all right but no two men can itThe hardest thing woman to decide is when to commence her thir tieth year Eve originated the serpentine dance when she waltzed out of the garden of Eden tab for a FOUE England YEA In ASSIGNEES SALE I As assignee for Walker Bros I wijl sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO 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 good homes for persons small farm in neignhorhoods t Assignee purchasedor desiring y THE Crescent and its connecting lines to Poute- Ii Queen r Exposition BUFFALOMay 1st to Nov 1st 1901 I Excursion rates antI special train service j Ayill be announced later The Pan American the greatest American I since the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway NIAGARA PanAerican j I Exposition FALLS Only 30 minutes Exposition t rom O L MITCHELL P A Free Reclining n Cwre ra- luUDlU Jnlor0 all tral E 1- 0atnu rot cot D attanoog3 W C EARlior U p A txnannats a Qure a t tbtRoom Srryerr a tee rotes nteiful allrwr Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening recon structing digestive is the latest ant and tonic No other approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all other results of imperfect digestion Price50c and 1 Large size contains 2VJ times small size Prepared by E C OeWITT AGO Crjlcago Wanted FOR THE LIFE OF Col DAN RICE- IS NOW READY It is tile story of the most sensational and u nique career of the centu ry a veritable artesian well of wit and wisdom rich with rare rem iniscences The maker of the day Agents wanted Address MARIA WARD BROWN West End Long Branch N J r KOdoli I and organs preparation- can bout Agents land money t II and y o RETURNED EVERY SPRING FOR 13 YEARS Mrs A XT Bennett cf Toccoa Ga whose case is similar to thousands of others in contact vith these plants says When eight years old my lIttle brother andvery poisoned by handling poison oak crd it brol3 out on us every spring for eighteen years Some one recommended S 3 S which cured us completely and we sesn no signs of the eruptions for several seasons who- c mo I have Oilers the following attractions j I Imperial Council OF TIlE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th Ono Faro for tlie Bonn Tris 8200 SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO ANn ITAII June Jily August and September One Fare lor lie Roui Trip PLUS S200 For further information call on or addressR T G MATTHEWS Tnvcling Pass Agt Louisville ICy j II C TOWXSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis I Annual Ieeting IEpworrJI Lealle idOttill I SAN FRANCISCO CAL I 1Sth to 21st IfG REDUCED HAlES oN I I ppw l PLUS l July GREATLY l t LOCAL TIMETABLES I Mixed passes Lancaster 11 15 ASI Northbnd Mixed 335 p K Passgr 252 A y Southbnd 1228 A v II II II II South bud North bhld tt t C IT CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time in efct July 151000 I STATIONS Lv Louisville 600pm Lexington 1120am 8 12am 5M Winchester 1157am 918pm SSOamCM 1225 nn U4pni y ArWaahington 050 am UtOpm 1015 um I NewYork 1210nn 9 OSpm STATIONS 800am Philadelphia 1020am 2 15pm 11 Wpm 712am 4 55 Winchester 7 S7am 43Spm6 Ar Lexington S 12ain 510pm7uuai 11 Wag 800pm J Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone GEOWBARNEYDPALKXINGION OC2 I S SUu m 2iam i05pm i fpm iVeZDOj D 1 I1IIUl MtSttrllll 212pm 245pm 330ptn rasT 0wY0rk 5 Wpm am Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose ofgeneral Real Estate business we offer our senIces to the public bothto those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell whohave farms or other real estate they vish to sell will please call at thelaw office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list theirproperty for sale will advertise it extensively in theCENTRAL 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 toadvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of thealaeady listed with us r iDA YIDSON r doing a eo Those withus Ve indirectlyyour prop i lA- d louse and Lot in 3IcCrcary Ky Fine for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house four roosts hallway i vRran las awl n rfnmzner kitchen attached good cellar every convenience Iu the way of outbuilding house etc Good garden plat with strawberry lied and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and t rms easy Xo 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This rty is Cheap and will go Quick- On Est side of street feet front and Si feet deep or li feet deep if desired a part of the Dr 0 r mini property Splendid build ing site for 1 nice resilience in a good neigh borhood and one of the Lest residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular Xo 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Trice Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item Xo fret front on Hill street ri feet deep or lil feet loop if so desired part of the l r O P Hill place Good location in ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mil die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the land been in grass but Is now under cnltivatio acres of good tobacca or h mp land the is rich and productive ever failing and tenting in rood repair Laud has been treated IJi story boa 4 and a porch splendid cistern nosy barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm of 8fl Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 5 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have heel sown in oats and jjrass i acres of tine tobacco or hemp laud title wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence tarn Ice house end all nee essary ontbaildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want it Xo U GOO Acres ot Coal and Timber Land in Palaski County Ky About i miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat Liver on the Cinciunat Southern ItaHroul This laud is rich in of a good quality with virgin forests ojt Oak No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys Jlend otKeutncliy River d county about 4 miles north of lineint Vista under good fence with plenty water i7aores in apple orchard good orchard f room twostory house in good pairs and all necessary outbinldings in Pulleys Ucnd is last iucreasint iu value No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of 1rakes Creek in Garrard County about 8 acres under cultivation balance III gass clover timothy and blue Good pasture load under good fence well watered by springs anil ponds in orchard III fruiting prime Lest vuie alt kinds of fruit The house is not a n install but a good substantial country dwel storys bight with a store room SSxiO feet aiijoimng it About 1 mile from Uiwsons School House and 2Js miles from Good Hope Baptist church Examine this property if you want to buy No 15 Tacant Lot on South Side Water street between Lex ington and Paiilding In Lancaster 75 feet front on Water street iCO feet in depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price 9 No l 0 0 a Miles u rest water well t tnt I and upuu it In Gur IiI and I acres ties uf ling II r location liar hags Prop hill 2 Has house- rooms brings for Cot Ponier lwuhtut Cedar t grass 1l S No J Farm or JO Acres in flock castle County in the IJottom- oi Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Uocfccustlu lineAll bottom laud level and productive uever failing stuck water story leg nonce end allnecessary outbuildings IV sersion given af ter April 1st IbOl Price within the reach of men of moderate means No i House and Lot in Danville Ky isi Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet treat 1 17 fret deep Nice residelie s No 10 louse and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan yule Avenue nil liW feet in depth House is a frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged In every particular hits ifrooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside aud outside stairou room large mill noise wen ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively im proved and price generally repaired Lowly sitiiHtlon nice convenient house und all at a rod bottom price Possession given when desired Xo 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the liirksville Tike Very fertile and productive 75 ucrusofipleu ants inbalance nuclei cultivation watered by Stevenfailing spring Place is in good repair Houso I3 stories containing Grooms porch and Int tired porches rood cistern good Guard barn stud outbuilding Very line iar u and well seloelecl orchard containing many A line farm of moderate aiz No 12 Farm of Si Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Duckeye Pike Macros In grass balance under cultivationgood strong laud Iu repair anti waterednever failing TWO stOrvhouse 6 rooms and necessary outbidding t and In the coontry Luildings sire comparatively new orchards A very cltsirabie ferns and in good lucidity 13 House and Lot near Sul phur Lonell Kentucky Two story frame honse containinr 5 roomsupper s nd lower hallways all necessary outbuildings Wace in good repair and healthylocation Will trade fur house and lot in Luu caster No 7 House Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallwayabove sisal below back hall varanda ilxtnres fcr water and gas cistern large stablemill all other convenient outbuildings tliO feet front U7 feet in depth nice static totand large pinien Is u good residence portiour of Danville This property speaks for itself No Hi Farm ofSO Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky- One of the prettiest country residences inthe Blue Grass Kegion with SO acres of furtilo laudattacheii situated nt Logana in Jessa mine county Ky r miles from Xicholasville on n good tirnpite and near railiouil 5 room cottage hcnsc maguiflciect burs and every kind of convenient outbuilding watereverything in good repair Good location for doctor or dolts man No 151 Farm Containing 12 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South ofUryantsville and About S miles from Lancaster Allstrong bind very under goodlence unit abundantly watered house is J contaluicitwo tenant houses good Lora ice houseeryaud all other out buiidings ateon the place to ehnreh good schooland well fitted for stock raising I I property ur land tar YIrictic of fruit rood Ly springs Out of tLr best good near ou No t and ltsadomcl COnstructed ood h Groom property two aorv lid temp grass good lt Lanus t 1iell Loafs i good s Close For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson o E- LawOHiec over Stormes store Louis landrani Central Record ottice i1