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YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clot Matter LOUIS LANDKAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 1 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR w J ihSTwzL aril NUMRE317 J THE r HOME NEWS E C All kind of repaired at Conns Fast schedules finest trains to Cin cinnati and North Queen Crescent Route There are several cases of fever in town doubtless caused by the dry hot weather I have employed an expert machine ist and am prepared to repair all kinds of engines machines J B Conn Some Expert Weed Growers Health Officer Allen of Louisville is to proceed in the Ordinance Court against those who violate the law in allowing weeds to grow in front of their premises Some of Lancasters citizens seem to pride themselves as growers of weeds as the immense crops towering in front of their prem ises will show If they could grow corn as tall and healthy as they do weeds their fortune would be made Rapidly Coming to Fig Leave Danville Landram of THE RECOUD is imploring his many subscribers to pay up in order that he can buy one of those L24 suits adver tised by a Lexington firm to wear on the press excursion Louis certainly has not read the poem entitled The Shirt Waist Man and the Net Waist Girl which portrays such a rapid evolution toward the figleaf that by the time his friends come to the rescue his 124 suit will be as badly out of date is the longtailed dusters of our granddaddies A Miniature Railway One of the greatest novelties of the age is the Miniature Railway the smallest steam railroad in the world the gauge is 15 inches the height 36 inches from top ot rails to top of smoke stack on locomotive Each passenger coach accommodates two persons ei ther adult or children and is six feet long and 24 inches wide A man stand ing beside the engine is from two to three feet above its top and yet this midget runs 12 miles an hour It works just like the big railroad trains and will be one of the features at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Car nival Aug 1217 Every child in the State should see and ride it tf NewsLouis 41f mac In ry t See the pretty dimities at JoSeph Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at othe places The City Council will meet night If you have any troubles go tell em The members like to listen to kicking Farmers Favorite and the Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros Knights Templar Danville Advocate All members the Ryan Commandery of Knights Templar are requested to meet at the College ball park Friday afternoon at five oclock for drill Regular drills will be held at that place each Tues day and Friday afternoon until furth er orders Happy Press Boys The Kentucky editors will meet to morrow at Madisonville where a twodays business meeting will be held At the conclusion of the business the boys will leave over the L N for the extended trip mention of which was made in a recent issue of THE RECOKD The editor of this paper will attend the business meeting being a member of the executive committee but when the other boys board the train with light hearts for a happy journey we will turn homeward to re sume our treadmill duties m m Resigns It will be regretted by the patrons of the Graded School that Miss Mar garet Murphy has been forced on ac count of ill health to tender her re signation as principal instructor in the primary and kindergarten of the school She will leave in a few days for Chicago where she will study during the next year Miss Murphys work has given universal satisfaction and the patrons appreci ated her untiring efforts in the inter est of her scholars She has been teaching in the local school for sew ral years and made many warm friends during her stay in Lancaster She has had a number of offers at other places but is compelled to rest for a year before teaching again Kentucky Ky Murphy department Monda o Haw Tar i fa 111 60 7 Settle Ej Scientific Test On a recent Scientific Test a worker X in metals succeeded in drawing out a penny into 5700 feet of wire Not bad though there are folks cruel enough to hint that Russell Sage could have made it go further still certain Pennies have never gone further in this State than they do now at our Great Clearance Sale You had best hurry up if you want some of our Great BARGAINS they are going fast The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Ky Ii It il i O 0o0 o O i v O o o 0 JI Sf 0 i a 0 O 0o 0 G 0 0 o- O 4 0 0 o 0 isO 0 0 o- O o o o o 0 0 0 O 0 0 0o 0ro 0 Deposit your wheat at Wards mill julyll3t C New stock of Guitars and Lambre quin draperies at Thompsns Excursion rates to PanAmerican Expo Queen Crescent Route 150 bushels seed Rye Apply to J A or Fred Yeager If you want the lightest strongest and best wagon you ever owned buy a Capital from Gaines Bros The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs W McC Johnston next Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock A full attendance is requested Nothing About The Train- f Nothing further has been heard of the change in the trains which was so strongly urged upon the officials by Lancaster people We do know this however that there is a nigger in the woodpile and in due time he will be smoked out Comely Isaiah Comely died at his home near Greensburg Indiana July 25th He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn the loss of a kind and indulg ent father and husband and also an aged mother one brother and three sisters to mourn his loss Isaiah Come ly was born in Garrard county in the year 1852 was married to Miss Emma Hiatt July 26 1871 and to them was born eleven children four of whom have passed away He had been a member of the Christian church for a number of years A Trip to the moon man who would like such a trip While we are not prepared to furnish you with transportation our road is not quite completed we can show you the next best thing A most renowned scientist and astronomer who had been making a special study of the moon dreamed that he had made a trip there The following day he related the many beautiful scenes and his experiences to a friend ingenuity has made the astrono mers dream almost real and if you go to the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1217 you will moon as he saw it One of the greatest spectacular hits ever tf Heres the Stuft Col W P Walton prints the fol lowing in his Harrodsburg Democrat One or two men have expressed de cided objection to certain editorials in this paper not however to us person ally To such we would say if you dont like what is here written you can lump it We intend to run the paper to suit ourselves and will not be dictated to We ask neither the nor the friendship of anyone who wants to deny us the privilege of conducting our business as suits our town has a lot of gasbags who know hew the paper should be run Here in Lancaster there are several who talk against THE RECORD sim ply because we do not run to them two or three times a day for advice There are some wise people in this old world and if their wisdom was applied strict ly to attending to their own business they would soon become very rich Surveyors Move Camp The corps of surveyors who has been camped in the Graded School grounds pulled up stakes Saturday and moved to Brown Springs near Crab Orchard Springs gentlemen made many friends while in our midst who to see them leave As they only have to run the line to Level Green a few miles beyond Crab Orch ard it will not be long until the of route will be settled The line from that point on into Jellico has been definitely settled upon and the surveys through Boyle and Garrard were only to find the best route that far If the Southern is after the shortest straightest and cheapest route the road will be built this way as the company now has the facts and figures in black and white To Begin Work In October Col L F Hubble was at home from the mountains Sunday and gave THE RECORD office a big order for job printing He tells us that his compa ny has succeeded in locating a good route for the railroad in which he is interested and that work of construc tion will begin in October next The road will be known as the Cumberland River and Nashville R R Co and the first line to be built will run from Corbin to Burnside thence on Into the oil fields of Wayne county Col Hubble has been at work on this scheme for a long time and now that success is crowning his efforts he is receiving many congratulations He organized the company last year and before any work was done they raised the money necessary for the construc tion and complete equipment of the road The survey was recently made by Mr Jerry Respess and line is said tobean excellent piece of The road will connect with the L N at Corbin and the C S at Burnside and will run through rich timber and coal lands r For Sale jly253t- y Manys the American seethe produced patronage ideasEvery TIle regretted matter t the engineering n Deposit your wheat at Wards mill julyll2t Conn stamps on all cash work Through sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route The gang of loafers has about tram pled the grass out of the Park Fire em out Gold stick pin D M Lack eys and Methodist church Sunday morning Return to RECORD office Low Rates to California Via the Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale A u8 6th and 20th and Sept 3rd and 17th choice of routes finest trains and fastest sched ules W C Rinearson G P A O Uncle Sams Kind The whitewash which the United States government puts on its light house is made as follows Slack one half bushel good stone lime in boiling water keeping it covered while strain and add one half peck salt dissolved in warm water three pounds ground rice boiled to a thin paste one half pound powdered Spanish whiting and one pound clear glue dissolved in warm water Mix this all thoroughly with the strained slacked lime and let stand for several days Apply as hot as possible with a clean brush Dry pigment can be added to make any desired color Ice We are the dealer here who handles ice in cartloads We sell pure ice best in we sell same price on wagon at house wanting ca buy very low of us in lots from to 1000 lbs See us before II B Northcott Bay mare mule shout 15 hands high heavy and fat about 8 years old slightly lame in right fore foot Left my place July 23 She has been traced within two miles of Lancaster Give any information to J I Hamilton Lancaster D K TarkingtonDanville Ky The Henderson Route The folks in this section of Ken tucky are aware that one of the best railroads in the state runs from Louis ville to Henderson Evansville and St Louis making close connection with all Western roads at St Louis This line can ticket you out of Louisville to any point in the West and the L N will take you to Louisville in short order Recently several parties from this section have used this line to St Louis and they were delighted with their trip We hope to see the Hen derson Route build up a good from these parts Order Them Built Judge Hazelrigg as special Judge last week decided a case of long at Frankfort The city had sidewalks built the city to pay one third of the cost and the property owners the remaining twothirds The owners claimed that the city must pay all the cost but Judge Hazelrigg decided that the City Council had the right to order sidewalks built at the cost of the property owners As this settles the question it is hoped the City Council will again take up the matter here in Lancaster and require property owners to construct decent walks Another on The K C Many good stories have been told in regard to the K C cannon ball which runs between Richmond and Rowland Last week a gentleman who had left Richmond early that morning and reached Lancaster at noon 26 miles said that while coming down the train stopped in the middle of a large field As it remained some time he climbed out and asked Capt Phil Price the cause of the trouble Oh nothing replied Price only some cows on the track Soon as they get out of the way well go ahead The gentleman returned to the coach and presently the train started and ran several miles when it stopped again After a wait the gentleman went out to again inquire the cause Oh we have overtaken those same again said Capt Price and Henry Lammers the engineer has to wait til they get out of his way C O Atlantic City Excursion On Thursday August 15th the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry will run the last Atlantic City excursion of the leaving Lexington at 1120 a m and 845 pm arriving at Atlantic City next day noon and evening Through Sleepers will be run from Lexington without change on 1120 a m train Berth rate 400 Tickets will be sold at 81400 and will be good returning 13 days stop over at Washington on return will be granted Make to go Write for Car berths or any information to W Barney Div Pass Agent Lex ington gi Lot Cincinnati O the tale Farmers 1 buyin business standing ordered cows respectively e e ate between Ice Ice alfd Lost slacking season arrangements Sleeping y- s Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Bbl Conk Shells just received at Thompsons A Buggies Surreys and Phaetons Qat cost for next thirty days at Conns The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros At a society affair at Atlantic City 20 gold pieces were distributed among the guests as souvenirs Trade at Blue Grass Grocery Our extreme low prices will prevail as ev er before Special attractions Thousands of beautiful presents given away to our trade To the Ladles Why work over a tub of hot water washing your hair when Mrs Henry Duncan makes a specialty of doing that work at reasonable prices You dont feel the heat and your hair is neatly cleaned tf Cincinnatis Fall Festival An ideal outing is promised our citi zens and those who have been busy during the summer season in the of the Cincinnati Fall Festival which opens September 16th Near homeonly a few hours ride with a low railroad rate and a two weeks programme of pomp and pageantry unexcelled one should surely find enough to gratify the most fastidious tasteThe railroads have treated Cincin nati handsomely this year and the special rate announced will enable everybody to take in the Festival visit friends and acquaintances in theQueen City and have a most enjoyable outing at a very small cost CHEAP RATES Via the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry On August 3rd and 7th inclusiveand August 24th to the 28th inclusive the Merchants Association rates of one and onethird fare on the Certificate plan will be in effect on the C O The round trip rate on this basis Lexington and Winchester will be 34 and tickets will be good to stop over at Washington Baltimore and Phila dilphia and good returning thirty days from date of sale The C O is the only line from Lexington with double daily Sleeper and Dining Car service to New York and Easter points Write for sleeper berths or any information desired Geo W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky everyday from announcements Bargains in buggies etc at Conns We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler 3t Handsome stock of heavy twilled crash at Josephs Before buying wheat drills call and inspect those at Gaines Bros I bought out Mr Heberlings stock of close out cheap J C Thompson Teachers Institute begins a weeks work at the court house Monday See notice elsewhere Fish Recelyed Messrs John E Stormes J MDun can F P Frisbie and R Kinnaird met the fish car on Fiiday nights 12 28 train and were given 550 large healthy bigmouthed bass They had been promised several thousand but the officers in charge of the car have never been known to fulfill their promises as to number The fish were taken to two different points on Dix river where it is the most difficult to sein and being close to the houses of prominent citizens the culprits are not liable to dynamite Another has been made and all pos sible influence will be brought to bear to get a large quantity next time THE RECORD will say without fear of contradiction that Dix river and the Hanging Fork are the two best bass streams in the countrya nd if the vil lianous dynamiters and sneaking sein ers could only be streams would soon be full of the finest fish in Kentucky We are very glad to note that a great many land owners along the river have become interested in the matter and watch the stream along their lands If every land own er would do this it will soon break up the nefarious practice of murdering the fish and some of the law breakers will learn that sometimes at least the laws of the land are enforced As soon as the harvest is over and there is a lull in the organization of a fish and game club will be carried to a successful end and it will not be made up of a few dude hunters and fishermen but of the most substantial citizens of the town and county Un til this is done the dynamiter and seiner will continue to murder the fish and the slathering hunter to kill game out of season The columns of THE RECORD are open and free for the use of any person desiring to this matter and suggest plans whereby violators of the law may be brought to justice Thompson 1 j remaining flowerswill stopped both discuss application business ffliileMoralaifl Ice Cream Freezer Ice Boxes in all Sizes Refrigerators Call and see our Oil Stoves and Ranges Do your own cooking for 220 per week J B ELIDES J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors KEEP COOLJ aD WiAaWl 6J U 3gS Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of i Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward ATTENTION LADIES have one hundred pairs of Ladies 4 X I Misses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords x X odds left from the Logan Robin 0 X son stock I wilt close out at Fiftyo fs 0 per cent Less than manufacturers cost f 0 Come early and get first choices 0 0 t0 0 H T LOGAN 0 v 0oI I and ends go Io I 2 that I I 1 0 O- o 0 0 0 o o 0 0 0 0 o oo 0 o O 1 CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper I ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LASORAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ey August i 1901 THE county attorneys of the state a convention at Grayson August Gtli and 7th As these men prosecute in murder cases it is likely they are to meet to devise means bv which the He threw his hand behind him racket may be dis pensed with The old hippocket dodge more murderers necks and kept more criminals out of their just deserts than has any other dodge The murderer does his dastardly work then gets on the witness stand and says the dead man threw his hand behind him and the jury brings in a verdict of not guilty and presents the murderer with If these county attorneys can have a law prohibiting the use of hippocketf they will confer a great favor upon law abiding citizens THE mannish woman who strove to emulate her brothers and sweethearts by poaching on their wardrobes and infringing their habits is a creature of the past The girl in a boiled shirt was a monstrosity a sort of the original girl in her starched stiffness if she were at all pretty lost all her lov able curves through her masculine as sumption while a homely girl empha sized every obtrusive angle says the Louisville rimes A girl in heavy boots a golf skirt and a Fedora hat may be a chummy companion for the noonhour jaunts but it is the girl in the fleecy loveliness of a ball gown that a man remembers with a dreamy light in his eyes as he puffs his cheroot before retiring and builds air castles in the rings of smoke that above his head A DAILY paper prints a column or so under the head Openings for Young Men It is a pretty good idea for young men to keep a weather eye open for better jobs but the ones who spend the time sitting on their pants waiting for openings never amount to a hill of beans Theres always an opening for any man that wants to work The pay may not amount to more than ten thousand dollars a a good living can be ground out if a fellow will only pull off his coat and go to work It brings on that tired feeling to hear a big fellow say Oh Im waiting for something to turn up Go to work and turn something up THE effort of certain high mucks to raise Admiral Sampson above Admiral Schley in public has been carried so far that a court of inquiry leas been ordered by the Naval Department to sift the matter to the bottom This is waste of time The people know the real hero and all the courts of inquiry that could be ordered between now and dooms day will not change their opinion Schley is the hero and everybody knows it All efforts to make it appear other wise have proven as flat a failure as was Ceveras attempt to escape at Santiago Honor to whom honor is due gentlemen THE public is just now tossing at T C McDowell the famous Lexington turfman William K the millionaire wanted Dowell to engage as his Vanderbilts trainer in the latters large stables of racers McDowell like the true that he is sent word to to go where the dont shovel snow Vanderbilt then made an otTer to go into a partnership with which was accepted Some who have money get to think they are better than the rest of mankind and a calling down like this isa good thing THE Younger brothers the noted bank robbers have just been released from the Minnesota penitentiary It required nervo and bravery to steal money like they did but they had to serve time in the pen The who steals systematically from the depositors and goes about it in a sneaking manner is fed on the fat of the land and never darkens a prison door The latters mind was A thief is a thief any where you find him and all should be made to don the stripes alike RASTUS is a natural born imitator The Knights of Labor some three hundred strong very strong these hot days were in session atDan last week and windy orators pumped them f u 11 of bitterness against capital If these agitators would go to work they would have no time to bother about whether the man who hires help shall say what the servant shall do Lexington Democrat The nearest way through the bar room on the corner nearest the street upon which you live Lexington Leader This reads very much like competent testimony Lexington have understood that it required a ca pable and expert judge to decide what testimony is competent Hush your nonsense boys You have wasted enough time in this to have taken several drinks Have one on THE RECORD and call it PUZZLE pictures are all the go with the big daily papers now a days Much space is taken up in that way yet Springs has saved a chromo passed womanthe hybridand shirtwaist circle month Ut strapping opinion bouquets Vanderbilt Ic Kentuckian Vanderbilt McDowell people mighty defaulter affected Colored ville DemocratWe always argument even i muck b a n to these same payers laugh at we rural fellows for narrating the sale of a hog or chronicling the fact that the and accomplished Miss Sally Ann Jones visited in our midst last week A K SUDDOTH a Memphis dentist is dead of typhoid fever hav ing refused medical attention and re lied upon Christian Science His wife is critically ill for a like reason what the idiots thought the Lord put doctors and medicines in the world for THE supply of water at Lexington has been found to be impure port has it What difference this will make is not apparent All they use water for over there is to wash faces and its hard to see how impure water would do harm in that way A SPECIAL from Bowling Green says the washer women of that city have gone on a strike Wonder what Bob Morningstar will do for a biled shirt wear to the Press Association meet FITFY men at Pittsburg struck being deprived of lemonade last week Here is a chance for the W C T U to rush to the front and encourage the strikers a soft drink IF the price of lemons and ice con tinue to go up and the mint crop to suffer from the drouth life will soon not be worth living PAINT LICK Corn has jumped to 325 per barrel here Mr I C Eucker commenced tearing down the old bridge Monday James Woods had in 150 acres of wheat and only got 1250 bushels The weather is so hot that the fish are all dying in Paint Lick creek The backbone of the drouth broken here Tuesday by a nice rain Paint Lick can boast of the best team of croquet players in the state The Garrard county Medical Asso ciation will meet here Friday Aug W K Dennj of Richmond sold his farm of 30 acres near Manse to Mr Thompson Ramsey for 2500 The meeting at Mt Tabor church continues with increasing interest There have been five or six additions to the church at this writing Mr Ezekiel Norman an old Confed erate soldier says it has been forty years since the battle of Bull Run was fought He says it was fought on Sunday and he was in the thickest of the battle Miss Callie Adams has returned home from Berry where she had a lightful visit 0 Mays conduct er on the C S R R spent a few days with his parents here Terrill Ram sey and family arrived from Arkansas where he has lived several years The young people had a delightful hat ride Saturday night Mrs E W Norris is suffering with hay fever Will Rucker our miller has gone to Estill Springs to spend two weeks Some of our young folk are talking of visiting the Mammoth CaveVic tor Lear and family of Lancaster were the guests of W S Fish Sunday Tom Slavin is down with fever Miss Lydia Champ is low with typhoid fever BRYANTS VILLE A little daughter came to the home of Mr and Mrs Hughes last Thursday A little girl made her appearance at the home of Mr and Mrs Will Dick ersous on the 18th Elder Walden did not fill his ap pointment at the Grove Sunday on ac count of his illness but we hope he will be able to be with us Sunday A number from here attended the Camp Meeting at High Bridge Sunday Elder Eliott of Mayfleld visited his son last week Dr Eliott Miss Jennie Higgin of Camp Nelson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Haselden also Miss Hallie Jennings of Danville and Miss Bessie Ballard of Paint Lick Mrs Idan of more spent several days with her sis ter Mrs Dr Armstrong last week Miss Henrietta Crow of Louis villa visited Miss Mamie Ballard last week Miss is spend ing the week with Miss Georgia Dunn Miss Mary Anderson will begin a five months school at Hickman first of August Mrs Robinson and little son of Lancaster who have been visiting her parents will visit friends at Burgin before their return home Miss Fannie Dean Edna and Daisy Wats who have been visit Mrs H Easly the past week returned to their homes near Hanley county on last Thursday Emma Dunn has been quite sick with malarial fevor In looking over some old papers the day I found as Iconsider a relic or reminiscence of my younger days in the form of a note by the pen of then Miss Rosa Brown now of Louisville in answer to an invita tion to my wedding 26 years ago Itmay be interesting to her and her many friends and especially to her daughter Miss Crow who is visiting her grand parents in Garrard It reads as follows Mr and Mrs Wm Jen nings home Will my cousins my regrets for not attending the wed on account of my school duties my undivided attention May peace prosperity and happiness your new life is the earnest prayer and sincere wish ofyour cousin Rosa Brows j J beautiful leading Wonder sore ing fordemanding ust 2nd de- l W Ballardon Will Susie Higgins I accept claiming attend youin I fo w typh Na 31 other birsRosaC Dir row BOURNE I Mr Offle Sherrow bought a horse Monday price 35 Mr J H Dunn has begun cutting his hemp on account of rape We were blessed with a nice rain Sunday which greatly Mrs Adams of Cincinnati is parents Mr and Mrs Wm Mr B F Robinson was in our midst Tuesday buying lambs Messrs Will Parish and Hus Finley visited at Faulkner Sun day Mr John Marsee left last week for Oklahoma Territory Mr James Turner and son of Hyattsville visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr Ed Clark and wife of McCreary visited Mr and Mrs Ed Owens Sunday Misses Lucille Marsee Bertie Dear Vestina Dorton and Jennie Hendrickson Miss Lucille Turner Sunday Mr James Jackson and wife of Buck eye visited Mr J H Turner Sunday Mr Tom Broaddus of Marksbury visited Mr J H Turner Mr Elisha Forbes of McCreary vis ited friends here Sunday Mrs Amanda Gillon and two little daugh ters of Danville visited Mrs Job Marsee Sunday PBEACHE JJSVILLE I Corn is damaged in this by the drouth Mr W H Cummins has treated his daughters to a nice organ James Anderson bought a twoyear old mule from J H Rigsby for 65 Rev Wm Sprinkles has gone to Pittsburg to assist in a protracted meeting W H Brown engaged about twenty hogs in Eockcastle county at 5c to be taken later J FCook has a boy who is only two J F Green and daughter Miss was visiting Mr Arch Green at Stanford first of the week J S Pettus has taken the contract to build a house for J L McCarley on the old Lusk place near Lancaster J M Cress sold 3 cattle to for 56 also 15 hogs to J L McCarley for 5Jc also 15 ewes to J H Dalton for 275 per head Miss Addie May Cummins has been going to Crab Orchard Springs for about a week to use the fine water there Death found its way to the home of Mr and Mrs Pate Parrish and robbed them of their precious infant May the Lord sustain the parents and them to meet it over the river J B Hutchins and wife entertain ed about eighteen friends Sunday Among the guests was Uncle Flem Cummins and wife who are 84 and 75 respectively and are both able to do their own work No higher type of man and womanhood can be found than they The railroad surveyors completed their survey by here last week They made some little change from the other one last fall though they did not change at our place Most of our people want the road though some of them are ruiued so they say but we hope the road will come and hope no STONE C S Saunders bought of Jno Lane a nice horse for 40 L L Saunders bought of C S a nice saddle mare for 50 Mrs Wm Teater is on the sick list We are glad to report Miss Viola Folger able to be out again Miss Mattie G Saunders returned home from a weeks visit with her cousin Mrs John Dean at Sulphur Springs Mesdames Bell Thompson and Mary Clouse and children spent Sunday with Mrs T L Lou ise Kauffman of Lancaster opened school at Scotts Fork Monday with a very good attendance Mr Willie Grow is very sick with typhoid fever A number from here attended camp meeting at High Bridge Sunday John Lane left last week for Bell flower Illinois JUDSON F W Montgomery dug one hill of potatos from which begot twenty large ones Enough for a meal several persons Who can down Josh ua for taters Joshua Barker a genius of local re nown has invented a machine for run sawing It is on exhibition at his workshop in Buckeye It is a success He takes much delight in showing it to any one who may desire to call that purpose He should have it ented as there is no its great utility Miss Arkie Rue of Buckeye is spending a few days with her friends Miss Leonora BarkerOvelia Mont gomery are sick Willis eldest son of W N Grow is reported quite ill of ty phoid fever Joshua Barker is sick of typhoid fever Mrs Margaret Stone accompanied by her son James went last week to visit her daughter Mrs Clark of Madison Lewis Humph ray and family of Gunns Chapel vi cinity visited his brother Luther and family last Saturday and Sunday In cases of cough or croup give the little one Out Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in a little while Itnever fails Pleasant to take always safe sure and almost wo appreciated visiting her Sunday- r neighborhood hasJen- nie J C Fox prepare therebyy Saunders SaundersMiss fore fore pats doubtof eons effect F P FrisbIe Mc was Williams ton visited an try tan to on to GGNERAfc N6WS Five hundred insurgents the first give up in that section on the Island of Samar At the public execution of a negro ravisher at Little Rock Ark negro women became so excited they rolled the grass in a frenzy One California Commandery of the Knights Templar has appropriated 84000 for its trip to Louisville and its entertainment while there Nora Hahn member of a wealthy Ft Thomas Ky family committed suicide because she was not allowed marry a soldier lover The collections on account of the war revenue act during the period from June 13 1898 to June 30 1901 amounted to 318790501 Paducah was the hottest town on record last week the government thermometer registering 112 degrees Several of the big mills shut down at noon Secretary Long announced the ap pointment of Admiral Dewey and Rear Admirals Kimberly and Benham as members of the Schley Court of In ranks fourth in internal revenue collections for the recent year The collections amount to 2518130580 Louisville takes fifth place among the districts with col lections of 1382967039 An effort may be made to have the next Legislature amend the laws gov erning the charitable institutions of the State in order to place them under the management of a paid commission composed of three or five members of being under the various boards of commissioners who are now m of these institutions Attorney General Breckinridge has delivered an opinion in which he holds that it is against public policy to out to individuals the lauds in the river beds in Kentucky The question of issuing patents to persons who have bought such lands from the various counties may be decided by the State courts What is believed to be a wild is terrorizing the Taggart Creek community in Bell county The it is reported has long black hair and resembles a woman in many respects One of the stories is that the thing was first seen nearly two weeks ago by John Lane a farmer of Taggert Creek He was watering his horses when the woman if such it proves to be sprang nearly forty feet from a tree on to the horse he was She screamed fearfully and tried to scratch him After great difficulty he beat it off and fled Since then the creature has been seen by some of the best and most reliable people of that community GILES Leonard Short is visiting friends and relatives in Fayette county Mrs Mose Masters whose leg was broken is slowly recovering Thomas House has been very sick but is better now There is a Quarterly meeting at Gunns Cnapel nexa Sunday Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and tool a running off of the bowels and sickness of the stomach says O P M Holli day of Deming Ind His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Cslic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m District Convention The Republican Senatorial of the 18th Senatorial District of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Casey Garrard and Lincoln met in Stanford Kentucky on July 27th 1901 the call of the chairman of said District Committee Casey being represented by J chairman D Owens secretary of the Republican county committee Garrard by D R Collier chairman and W H Collier secretary of the Republican county committee Lincoln by George M Da vison chairman and John Ellis of the Republican county and Boyle county by proxy Upon motion George M Davison and John Ellis were elected chairman and secretary The following resolutions was adopted 1st Resolved That a delegated Convention is hereby called to meet In Danville Kentucky Saturday 17th 1901 at one oclock p m to nominate a Republican candidate for Senator in the 18th Senatorial of Kentucky to be voted for at the regular November election 1901 and the delegates to said convention shall be elected by mass meeting of the Republican voters to be held at the county seat of the various coun ties composing said District on Sat urday August 10th 1901 at 2 oclock p m 2nd Resolved The basis of to be one delegate for each 100 votes and fraction over 50 cast for Wm McKinleyatthe November elec tion 1900 Boyle being entitled to 16 votes Garrard 16 Casey 18 and 19 votes in said convention 3rd Resolved The chairman of the various counties are directed to promptly issue a call for said county mass meeting Upon motion the meeting adjourn ed Geo M Davison Chm John Ellis Secy zr 1 0 010 0 quiryKentucky fiscal instead control parcel woman creature riding Committee Saturday purtuarit to W Pelly and J secretary committee permanent unanimously August District representation Lincoln ons o rooso sgaocsooacoa ac oeot ooaooovooooao ooo surrendered a to no at F to F t Its a wise woman that knows how to avoid lending her copperbottomed preserve kettle to her neighbor James White Bryantsville Ind says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs lie had suffered 6 years Doctors failed help him Get DeWitts Accept imitations F P Frisbie 1m A woman always wants to be sure of the last word Thats why she looks the end of a novel first Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you get the original DeWitts P Frisbie 1m Woman loves man and the dear cant help it she bosses him and the old fool doesnt knew it Mrs S II Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled death with croup The doctors said she couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure P Frisbie 1m A womans glory may be in her hair but it is a good plan to keep it tied up when she is cooking 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 R E Roberts Ina The people who are trying to elevate the stage will confer a favor by raising it high enough to see over the theatre hat in front My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea says J H Doak of liams Oregon We were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and a complete cure E McRoberts druggist The woman with a baby and the woman without a baby are always for each other P T Thomas Sumterville was suffering from dyspepsia when I commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I took several bottles and can digest anything Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only preparation contain ing all the natural digestive fluids It gives weak stomachs entire rest their natural condition F P Frisbie 1m This is a tough world for women at best They must either marry or old maids Heartburn QWhen the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and if the digestion has been weakened 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 log indicating that you have eaten too ranch take one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heatburn may be avoided For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m It is easy enough for a woman to make up with a the rival is the homeliest A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief so discharged him I went over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m We are continually hearing of mens rights but not a word of mans wrongs 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 shan yon 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 allays inflamation causes easy expectoration gives a good nightsrest and cures the patient Try one bottle many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize Alma nac at Stormes Drug store Kentucky Fair Dates The are the dates for hold ing the Kentucky fairs this year so Danville August 6 4 days daysLawrenceburg August 20 4 days Lagrange A 21 4 days August daysBardstown ElizabethtownSeptemberlO 4 4 days Glasgow September days I cure for piles fellow drugstore ViI For sale byR sorry Ala- I restoring become especially eat rivalif two dosesanc1 w Doe Recommended far as Shelbyville 274 184 i iIIii o r Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones j All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from 8 upward Call at works near the McGUlRE ORGANIZED 1893 depot- S cITffiS NATIONAL BANS Or LAKOABTEB FT i j J T I j Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Owr fal and PromptAttentionOnjurmnteetf 1C HiaaiNBOTHAH Preilden- Lzwis Y LKAVZU VicePresident B F HUDSON W O BIGHXY Assistant CD WALXJCS Bookkeeper DIRECTORS M HlSGIKBOTHAM Lawn T LB4Y1U St ABMOLD B T 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 w LANCASTER KY Insure with the M Life Insurance Co and the Continental Tire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt B KINNAIRD Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Fhenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile NATIONAL mi l 1000t Cash New INSURANCE ReDresentin COIDDanies Aetna Life Ins Co gf HartfordConn Can I JJvlreeu 0 Will u9sz TH e CAPITAL 50ooooo l f OF SURPLU Jio ooooa J 1 LANCASTEB KIT A RDXNHT President JNO E STOKXU Vice President B C DENNY Cashier J P BOBINSOK JR K T EMBBT Mst Cashr DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes WHKInnalrd S Bookkeeper BRA T1Y s W Teeth extracted without pain with Air OflU DENTIST 1 injMJanviJie street oppo Ite Presbyterian church JOHN CIVIL ENGINEERLancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHN1SON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KX tbe SSOOEOnt s JOHNSTON to- W Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Sept 20 211901 one day only at the New Mason Hotel and will fit glasses the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the New Mason HotelParents 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 need glasses the doctor can it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage ol the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes and any 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 B SWINEBBOAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth shat have been made at my otlice if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a We are making the best set of teeth in the world 8750 and if any defect shows in Tire years we give you a new set free This applies to all teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Richmond National Bank RICHMOND KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the digestive or Is the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults ofimperfect digestion Hl Large size contain 2K times smallsize Book about dy spepsiamaiiedfre Prepared by E C DvWITT AGO Cblcaa for to Y muchcare consequencesin G new setFREE th Kadal 1rIce5Oc r determine a LOCALTIME TABLES 0Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster II 15 AX Mixed 335 r x Northbnd Paaagr 252 A x Southbnd 12 23 A x North bnd N N tIGCHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime In efct July 151900 I Ogasxs ra iSTATIONS Lv Louis ville Winchester MtSterlinff ArWashington NewYork 830llm1120am urn 125 nlI- 650am 1015 am 1aaoni 1151 600pm8151lm 9 lSpm 94lpm IOpm705pm 9 8 Lam 8 50am 9 Siam 630pm 550pm 705pm I 7Jw sx oti STATIONS LvNewYork Philadelphia MtSterling Winchester Lexington ArLonlsville ton 8 10 20am 7 lam I OOam 215pm712am 37am- S 110aam Pi7pm1110pm 5 S OOpm 11Upm 3 38pm 550am 6228m 7 OOIlJD 212pm 215pm330pm Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone GEOWBARNEYDpA LKXINOTOK 5O YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending sketch and eur our opinion free whether WiuoB to Oommnntc Lly confidential Handbook on Pateata Oldest agency for securing patents takes reoalT Sckntific jmericaii avlatloa of denuo loarnaL Terms aMean nawsdeatan EY Patents acu inustrated Largest t Anyone a descrt a uo saat ire without charge later rweakly ee four months 1 goi6 Htheetlly- Lelomen 1iltLWIbfir Ja l Where the a Poo OP 0 Hoar PEOPLE Have Visited 0 P 0 r 44 Mrs Hobbs and son isited Stanford MondayMr Batson is visiting mother Mrs Waits Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in visiting relatives Miss Annie Yantis has been visiting relatives in Cainpbellsville Mrs Clara Robinson of Texas visiting Mrs Will Anderson Miss Peters a teacher of Graded school is at Lake Chautauqua Col L F Hubble of Rockcastle Springs has been here a few days Miss Nary Noel of Danville is the handsome visitor of Miss Hattie Doty Mr and Mrs B K Shugars of have been visiting relatives here Squire Sam Johnson and family visited Dripping Springs the past week Mr of Knixville is the guest of his relatives and friends in this city Mr and Mrs Randolph Harris of Lincoln are visiting the family of W Harris Miss Mattie Mae Robinson is vist ing Miss Katharine Eaughman of Hustonville Mr and Mrs Hugh Miller of Vernon are guests of his brother Mr Tom Miller Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold of St Louis are visiting relatives in this city and county Mr Will Murphy and wife of Hus tonville visited J C Thompson and family Sunday Miss Gena Bush of St Louis is the pleasant visitor of Miss Christine Bradley Lexington avenue Charley Walker of Paris was here Sunday He is now running baggage on the Maysville division of the LN Mrs W M Bogle after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs W H Wher ritt has returned to her home in Ow ensboroMiss Mae spinks the charm visitor of Mrs L F Bubble left Monday for AshlantTvY for a visit Misses Annie Royston and Norma Elmore have returned from a trip to the Buffalo Exposition and other cities Miss Florence Burnside entertained a few friends Saturday evening in honor of Miss Chenault of Richmond and Miss Waters of Maryland Mr and Mrs R C Warren of were here a few days this week to visit Mrs Juliet Rogers who is reported very much improved The following young ladies are be ing entertained this week by Mrs Alex West Miss Mollie Hendren of Kirksville Misses Olie and Eula Jack A son of Lexington Richmond Pantagraph Miss Bruce Pumphrey of Lancaster is visiting Miss Pearl Wiggins Mrs Arnold and daughter Mrs Elkin visited friends in Lancaster last week A delightful impromptu dance was given Friday evening at the Mason hotel in honor of the charming Greens orchestra furnished the music Those present were Misses Waters of Maryland Chenault and Smith of Richmond Bliss of Louis ville Bush of St Louis Maggie Tom linson Christine Bradley OliviaSwee ney Altie Marksbury Messrs Beazley Will and Sam Denny a Herndon Davidson Burnside Powell Louis and Charlie West Chaperones were Mr and Mrs J E Stormes Mr 1 e t r Y McKinney Will Noel Ir- E delightful Stanford Francis r i Danv I r 1 r t 31- I I J I P 4 S 1 visors i t 1 I 1 I i aud Mrs Rice Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Miss Martha Evans is visiting Mrs Joe Robinson Mrs M E Poor is spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs A H Rice are spending week at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Lucy Ford of Lexington is visiting the family of Mr T W Reid Miss Lillie Dale Grant will visit friends in Hustonville and attend fair isLittle Dick Burnside accompanied Shelby Tribble to his hume in Rich mond Mr John Harris and son of Lexing ton are visiting Mr R HTomlinson and family Mrs Fred Frisbie and little son Hudson Pave been visiting relatives in Madison Miss Fannie Doty entertained evening in honor of Miss Cassiday who left Saturday for her home in Rice Benge is confined to his room this week with a attack of muscular rheumatism He hopes to be out among his friends soon Mr J E Handibo of El Dorado Texas has joined his wile and two little girls who are spending the sum mer with friends and relatives here Two charming young ladles Miss Kate Smith of Richmond and Miss Belle Denny of Lincoln have been visiting Miss Katie Lee daughter of Squire J N Denny Cynthiana Democrat Miss Alberta Hilton Miss Stella Huston Mr David Batson Mr Joe Haselden of were guests of Miss Hattie Rob ertson Sunday They arrived on the early train and were entertained at breakfast by Mr and Mrs F P Clary We had a most pleasant call yester day from Mr A B Elkin a former citizen of Lancaster now connected with the Kentucky Lithographing Co Louisville At one time Mr Elkin published a paper in Lancaster and knows the ups and downs of a country office He has many friends here who were delighted to see him Dont be satisfied with temporary relief from indigestion Kodol Dys pepsia Cure permanently and com pletely removes this complaint relieves permanently because it the tired stomach perfect rest Diet ing wont rest the stomach Nature receives supplies from the food we eat The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which digests what you eat and cant help but do you Hoop F P Frisbie The white Teachers Institute for Garrard county will be held at Court House Lancaster Ky beginning Au gust 5th and continuing five days Prof G H Easley Principal of King College Bristol Tennessee The colored Teachers Institute will be held at Court House Lancaster Ky beginning August 12th and con tinuing five days Instructor C M Reynolds Richmond Ky In regard to teachers attending in stitute I refer them to Section 140 Common School Laws of Kentucky The County Superintendent shall re yoke the certificate of any teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend the erfull session of the Institute unless the Superintendent shall be fully sat islied that such failure has been ed by actual sickness or other disabil ity On Monday July 29 at County Su perintendents ollice an examination for students who desire to attend State College will be held This ex is competitive and all stu dents ages of 14 and 24 years are eligible E J Lusk Co Supt F to D o A H liSa Friday La- Grange severe Lancaster Its car natIon silo Teachers s h h t of is to at do t 1 1 tx OOOA ooooooooooo ooooOOOOOOO OOOOOO 1e GET YOUR PARIS GREEN AT I FRISBIES DRUG 1 1 STORE t- AT THE LOWEST 11111111 11111 i I IIIIIIIII 111 U 111111111111 I S 21 3 1 S H 1 l 4 PRICESS t j j f 1 ii ll 9 Wilt fir t a 1 j bushels shelled oats 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds hay Mason Hamilton For Sale Black jack white points foaled 1806 By Joe Blackburn McQuerry Hammock Ky tf Chas Meng of North Middletown sold sixty head of 225 pound hogs at 51 cents A pest resembling the army worm has destroyed some millet fields near Minerva Mason county Corn cant make more than a crop in this county with all the rain that may fall upon it it is said Maysville Bulletin Cox a gardner near Nortn Fork Mason county reports that he set out 15000 tomato plants and does not believe he will secure a tomato The Midway Clipper says the Wood ford county wheat yield is about 75 per cent Charles Nuckles has sold a crop of 5000 bushels at 60 cents A fine cow the property of Banker Stone Walker was attacked with hydrophobia near Richmond and consternation by attacking Wm Harris a boy The boys life was sav ed by his father If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove this danger Safe pleasant and effective F P Frisbie 1m The Irish potato crop will be short this some sections almost a total failure consequently prices are much higher than at this time last yearMost of the wheat crop that has been threshed in this county has been of good quality and the crop about the average Local dealers are paying 58 Times A special match race two in three heats for a purse of 1500 has been arranged between Joe Patchen201J Anaconda 22 the race to take place at Brighton Beach trotting meeting Aug 12 The worst season of the year as far as disease of hogs is concerned is now approaching A stitch in time nine as far as preventives concerned Clean up and disinfect the premises and watch the water supply At Kansas City Friday as a result of drouth hay sold for 20 a ton a cent a pound the highest price ever reached in that market This is as much pound for pound jfs wheat is worth Receipts were very small and most of the hay which came in was sold some time ago in the coun try before the drouth became so seri ons O O Buck Beirne Ark says I was troubled with constipation until I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint I recommend them P Frisbie 1m A Great Bend Iran correspondent- of the Kansas City Journal writes Standing wheat in the field at noon today harvested threshed ground in flour baked into bread in large quantities by a bakery and sold around town by six oclock was a record break in this county this afternoon in quickness of conversion of standing wheat in the field to the bread plate Those farmers in Clark county who have suffered losses by dog raids on their sheep should adopt the plan of J Thurman of Larue county Mr Thurmau has a pair of Angora goats that run with his flock These goats will tight a dog so fiercely that they will attack a flock of sheep but once I that is protected by the m for they can whip any cur that gravels on four legs frequently killing the dog out drouth in Kansas Missouri and the Southwest has been broken by heavy rains and there are indications of a continued precipita tion The rains have been general throughout the corn belt and the for the crops is now considered favorable The Spring wheat crop of the North west is estimated by the railroad offl cials to promiso to break all records The wheat crop in Europe is very short The farmers of the West will will know what to do with I 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 Bil iousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard your Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action the liver stimulate the nervousand organic action of the system and that all 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 make you satisfied there is nothing Due serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Stormes Drug Store Stenography and Typewriting I Miss Lenna Hobbs who recently graduated in shorthand and type and at Midway College has ah office 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 take itto her f U U day Wanted500 J The Thornton I created yearIn centsCynthiana Stand are- S almost Nebraska outlook have more money this year than they otAppendlci tis Ner c I I righT hal t writing at of be or 3 4 5 Due Due Due day SEA SHORE EXCURSIONS Via the Chesapeake fOhIo Railway Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lexington in charge o the hotel Ocean View and has made a special rate of 250 per day and per week for C 0 excursionists Ocean View is one of the most pop ular resorts on the coast in full view the Ocean and has a fine smooth beach To Atlantic July 18th and August 15th the C 0 will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City at 1400 good returning twelve days Stop over privileges will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good going on regu lar 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 the 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 return ing via Washington at 3445 going and returning via Old Point and the Old 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 one stop over will be allowed at Washington Baltimore Philadelphia or at Buffalo Write for full information Geo W Baaney Div P A Lexington Important Notice Any subscriber of the Lancaster can get any phone in thecoun ty that connects with our exchange our lines on the following condi dons 1 Only for private use 2 To be responsible for all messages from their phones when the can is made by them The message not to be over four minutes All calls from distant phones in the county are to be charged for ex cept for subscribers All calls from toll phones will be messages and charged for By order of Board of Directors A H Bastin Pres James Maret Secy REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business July 15 1901 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 112115 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2323 S Bonds to secic circulation 50000 00 Premiums on US Bonds 1250 00 Stocks securities etc 1500 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 7500 00 estate owned 1200 00 from National Banks not Re serve 23G3 IS Due from State Banks and Bankers 2208 from approved reserve agents Hot 08 Checks other cash Notes of other national banks 1090 00 Fractional paper currency iilckles and cents S3 70 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 10320 00 notes 1096 00 11410 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL uotii 73 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in fund Undivided profits less expenses and 32C3 94 National Bank notes outstanding 4900 00 to other 3CC 7 73 Due to State flanks and Bankers 78 10 Individual deposits subject to check 91 ft 2 96 TOTAL u7ioa 73 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD as B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is to best of my and CashierSubscribed 25 of July 1901 S C DENNY Notary PublicCORRECT Attest L a S 5 5 T Ito is 14 CityOn ReturnThe exchange OF THE Citizens National Dan 20 00 10W0 00 taxes i I S unsurpassed 10000 us J M HlCniNBOTIIAM LEWIS Y LEAVELL JJ WALKER DIrectors 5 Due Due REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BUNK OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Voniay July IS 13H1 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 128972 2g Overdrafts secured and unsecured S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc 3 00 00 furniture aud fixtures real estate owned 494005 from National Banks Not Re served Agents from approved reserve agents Revenue 3 00 Checks and other cash items 46 71 Notes of other National Banks 905 CO Fractional paper 2J 20 LAWFUL RESERVE IN BANK vizSpecie 8647 00 Legaltender notes 2000 00 10S47 00 Redemption Fund with U S circulation JZ500 00 Total 286549 55 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 25000000 1000000Undividedtaxes paid 8251 30 National Bank notes outstanding 49300 00 Due to other 3410 78 to State Banks and Bankers 2U 49 Individual deposits subject to check 105265 03 Certified 10595 Total 286549 65 STATE orKENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD sa B C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the abqve statement Is true to of my knowledge belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th of July 1901 R KINNAIRD Notary Public Commission expires 1904 CORRECT Attest 5 798 74 11000 00 2310 71097 12 Treasurer of 8 OFTRE- I l Booking S G HWit KneNAIE- DJL STOENK- BARDaNNY Directors BIGGEST WATERMELON It Was Raised Last in Was Three Feet in Circum ference and Five la Length Here is a monster agricultural recordbreaking melon of the United States and fact the largest ever grown It was raiSed last season in Colorado in the Rocky Ford region on the farm of met State Senator Swenk Some idea of the enormous size of the melon is gleaned from the figures It is nearly five feet in length three feet in circumference and it weighs 35G pounds The melon was not an isolated freak but the giant of a large patch grown for the market Season Colorado del It is the for following tiva on term 1 ir so AN AGRICULTURAL WONDER The soil in the Rocky Ford valley to the prolific growth of the melon and when by some special fertilizing agent productiveness is considerably in creased thereby yielding astonishing resultsThe discovery that the Rocky Ford section would produce the largest and grade of melons induced the com to form a Watermelon Grow ers association which has for its the cultivation of this favorite fruit for the soppy of the various east ern and western markets Both in size and quality of taste the Colorado melon is said to surpass those from the south The Ford type is a selection of the oldfashioned netted gem introduced some 20 jears ago It is oval shaped and brought to its present perfection by a sort of secret process of cultivation known only to the Colorado growers One of the great occasions of the year in Rocky Ford is the annual wa fj termelon day This occurs in theheight of the melon season and is at l tended by hundreds of cultivators f The melons are taken to a shady grove awarded the fruit is cut open and a general feast follows This season the Rocky Ford growers intend to pro duce another record break er surpassing the previous one Fight American Corn American corn is now the object of attack of the French agrarians United States Consul Thackera at Havre makes this subject the basis of considerable report to the state de partment He says in brief that the agrarians and some other interests be came alarmed some time ago at the increasing use of foreign corn and have succeeded in having two bills re ported for passage the first regulat ing the temporary admission of corn and the second fixing the duty on grain at 96 cents instead of 58 cents per 100 kilogrammes and increasing the duty on flour made from corn from five francs to eight francs per 100 kilo grammes Insects in Stored Grain The best way to kill these insects is to use bisulphide of carbon Thii liquid quickly exhales as deadly gas which is heavier than air and sinks down through the grain Put the bisulphide in a deep dish at the top of the grain Close the bin and make it as nearly airtight as possible by throwing blankets or bags over the top The liquid will evaporate and the gas will work down through the grain The is deadly and very quick to take Do nqt breathe close to the dish or bring any light near it Rural New Yorker Benefit of Publicity Take off your coat Bald Holdup Hank Thats right SovV your shirt What for asked the shivering victim Youve got my 47 Thats all the money I have I dont know about that said Holdup Hunk The last man I oper ated on had 17 in his pants pockets and I got that but he told the and reporters Id missed 101 he had in his undershirt I saw it in the papers next day I aint train no chances any more Off with that shirt Chicago Tribune Usually the became of your cousin who met a man one day and married him the next He Shes in St Louis I believe certainly married in haste 1 wonder if she is repenting at I understand it keeps her busy trying to support her that she has no time for re Dcntance Chicago Daily News FJLOll DE CAliUAtiB I naturallyadapted ybest object Rock competition ifpossible on fire andvest Case heWhat SheShe HeNo husband 1 1 II II II II II S policemen leisure edits v r II it I I something like a cigar isnt it hId chap Its wonderful to what perfection they can bring I I HostThats GuestYes imitations nowadaysAlly Slayer these l f i I 6 t i 1 J 1 I 1 I 1 J 1 JJ J 1 1 1 J J Ie 0 I i ur I Mixed Paints t 0 f are t 0 t p t g a rail t cdS tJ J t 4 0 H B tMJ E rnj IHJ Madison Institute RICHMOND KY A HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS- J McGarvey Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers were educated at theleading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant records one serious case ofsickness in 12 years No fussy teachers employed Frequent illustrated lectures by the principal on his re cent travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Send for catalogue isep American Investment Company Capital Stock 25000 0Reserve Surplus 1250000Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 Address all correspondence to Home Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKYGood terms to firstclass agents 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 MUST HAVE ALT DUE ME This notice is meant for ALL indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and ex pense of calling in person Sallie D Tillett The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been 5 greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3 VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against 5 loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but R KINNAIRD 5 t 4 0 4 W departmentfulonly isTHE 00 Jffili1Sfig lIilIs 1i1Ei fr1Jrn iJs rn r I nUnnntF trnnn E 3 JiU j A J I1U UJU J1U U Uuu jj m a rTTTTTTTTTT7 tom r littler Fr1 11 01101Sse 0 l d 11Tllf- Ml1A e 6 fL p 1 A t August 12 13 14 IS 16 and 17 19OI 3OOOO ORGEOUSIGANTIC A FAMStated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of sis ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master PURE ERUBO- w CH 60 Om Toilet Articles Cigars Tobacco i r r T T T T Tr t T t i 00000400Ccooo MeROBERTS URSEREMIUM s MUSEMENTTTRACTION LancasterLodge No 104 sINCLUDING AND THE MOST DRUGSTORE t+ sooool tt GH- t FOR ANO41ULE R11ttS REUNION WED AUG 14 1 sroCK ANp ART BITLIVE 950000 G 550000I sARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised firthe ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG ALL PARTICULARS E LEXINGTON KY IWSHANKLIN Sec yf TU PEN IZZLING UPERS Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J W SWEENBY C C G B SWINSBROAQ KJL S visiting l THE LORDS GUIDANCE Beneath the burden of my cross- I patient wait Even when I suffer pain and loss In low estate Because aware my Lord doth load of care and pity me Although the way seems often rough And strength is small He walks with is enough He is my all He is my Guide from day to day Whateer Ielide He is iny stay I come to Him with my complaint He bends to hear I cannot falter fall nor faint i When He is near I feel His hand in darkest night And understand it leads to light t V How oft my folly I bewail With tears and sighs But oh His wisdom never fails Tis always wise It always knows which way to lead Before me goes with tender heed He sends me grief unwelcome guest I cry Not so He takes the gem 1 love the best And lays it yow My heart is rent my treasure dust Yet comforts sent and I can trust A cross there is for all to take Then calmly bear And patient be for Jesus sake Who knows thy care Ask Him for strength and thou shalt prove And know at length that God is love Anna D Walker In Christian Work THE OWNER OF THE HOUSE Mail Should Be the Master Not Slave of Hody An Apt Illustration Man lives in such close relation to that which shelters him from that any study of his habits must necessarily include a study ol his house Householding homciuak ing ownership of home these are themes never left unstudied by those who would best understand the one who makes the home and holds the house Sometimes we can infer the inhabitant from knowledge of his habitation and vice versa But not ahvajs is this so Sometimes the dweller in a palace is a craven fellow and princes have been found in elsA story that ran something on this wise went the rounds of the religious press not long ago Mrs W was the owner of a house a modest wherein she made her home It was well adapted to her needs which were simple and she expended but a portion of her time in caring for it In the hours of the day that remained to her she read and studied imprO ing her mind and storing it with wealth site gave attention to and neighborly hospitality she was helpful and bright in a choice social circle she made herself well felt in the church and was no factor in municipal affairs Mrs W plus her home was a about which clustered a lovely growth of the good the beautiful and the true But one day this valuable member of society became an heiress and yielding to an impulse that seemed harmless even wise she set about planning for a new home It was to be a mansion 03 comparison with the modest house where she had lived so happily Co one marveled at Mrs W s preoccupation while she was at the mercy of real estate dealers lawyers architects contractors dec orators outfitters housekeepers gardeners When I am settled said the mansion owner I will do more for everyone than I have ever done before But far other than this fair promise ensue to pass A wise man lamenting the loss of Mrs W to many interests religious and social said When she owned a house she was a blessing to us all and to herself But now a house owns her we have lost our helper and she seeks the very blessings of comfort and cheer which she used to bestow Man is housed in an organism of flesh a temporary home in which he begins his existence and by means of which he is initiated into his prop er selfhood So says an eminent writer And he continues if man knows anything he knows that he is free master of his house and that the house is not himself Without even hinting at of the doctrines or isms about which beat such waves of contention there is much to be said on broad lines about mans ownership of his house of flesh One of the wide differences between childhood and maturity is that which made the difference between the first state of Mrs the last The child owns the house The house owns the man What makes child ood so beautiful Is it not that be ing is uppermost most The child uses that little house it is his agile obedient lovely servitor Does he want to run How the supple limbs respond Does he need sleep How they relax that he may find repose He is careless for he has not yet assumed the vexation of such questions as What shall I eat What shall I drink Wherewithal shall I be clothed How shall I build great tarns that wealth for my house may be garnered The little child is in the Kingdom of Heaven on earth Own lug his house it serves him and he has time strength and liberty to learn to love to enjoy Like Mrs his house is exactly adapted to his needs Is it not the frequent curse of ma iturity that the house inhabitant Whetuwe be see- M meIt the III exposure ho dwelling gracious unimportant nucleus anyone commonsense Wand outermostchief Ws outgrowsover growsthe leanxotltariL come men and women the body toils for the body service the owner of the house until that whicb READY FOR BUSINESS Farmer Who Succeeds la He AVlto Thinks In Prepared to Act at a Moments Notice While the farmer can do much to be ready for the cropping season of the regular crops grown yet weather may be such that different methods of seeding and culture required and even other crops have to be grown than those contemplated early in the season The planning even for such emergencies is a part of successful and paying farming The writer has known and so have our readers known good farm land which was intended for corn to be to grow up to all because a wet spring prevented the planting until too late to make what the owner thought a profitable crop of corn Possibly wheat was sown on the land in the fall but if some quick growing forage crop had been sown on this land this farmer would not all the following winter have been so short on feed Hence readiness means not only having definite plans to be pursued if conditions are favorable but even supplementary ones which can be made to manage existing conditions though these be adverse to earlier plans Farming is a gigantic operation and when farmers accede to this fact and prepare for it accordingly the success so desired will be much more likely attained The lays of tickling the soil and gathering a harvest arc with the past And though agriculture has not attained the place even among farmers themselves that its demands yet uptodate methods are being more adopted and the results arc felt And knowing that possible changes in plans may occur how to meet them will prove one master of situations that will increase ones in terest in farming The knowing where to procure seed needed for a supple mentary crop is part of this prepara tion Farmers should post themselves as to where seed of the various crops can be obtained and as to the farmers in their section having seed oats corn cowpeas etc for sale and where can be purchased any and all farm This knowledge enables a to be read Colmans Rural World HOW TO LAY TILE Valuable Advice on a Subject That In- Jfot a Well Understood as It Should De Tile when properly placed in a ditch do not require a covering of or gravel and they will do better work if the regular soil is used for covering Horseshoe tile are not as good for the purpose of drain ing as round tile While they would be reasonably sure to place if properly laid they are not as effi cient as round tile The reason they are not as eflicient is shown in the cut If but a small stream of water is flowing it spreads out over the en tire flat surface of the horseshoe tile I pressinginto and conditions maybe permitted w eds summer importance intelligent generally being farmer smallstones in b The toe supplies stay TWO MOST POPULAR TILES and there is not enough depth of water to cause the removal of silt or which may accumulate It is far more difficult to lay horseshoe tile and do good work than to lay round tile If the round tile does not make a tight joint with its may be turned until a place is found where the joint is reasonably If the horseshoe tile does not fit with its neighbor then the shov el must be used and earth removed or filled in as the occasion may require If horseshoe tile are used they will do better work if they are laid with the lint tile up for then conditions as to the flow of water are produced which are more nearly like those present with the round tile When round tile are laid it 14 well to lay a piece of common tarred building pa per over the joint before filling in with earth No matter how tight the joint is made there is always a slight and there is a possibility that soil may pass into the tile and obstruct the passage After the tile are placed a small piece of building paper laid over tIle joint just before replacing the earth will insure against obstruc tion says LA Clinton among some items of advice given in Country Gen tleman Little Tale from the Iersian There was a young man who loved a beau tiful maiden but he was poor One day in asked her to be his wife and she answered I love you Still I do not wish to be a poor mans wife Go and get money and then return and we will live happily The young man went away and began to sway the markets He made millions and still more millions and the maiden waited When the young man had ten millions he wanted to outshine one who had fifty millions and when that wish was gratified he longed for a hundred then he yearned for two hundred millions and at last he set a billion up as the amount he wished to accumulate When one day in those parts a certain old maid lay dying she said Theres no use a hog to keep his mind on anything else after he gets his feet in the trough Chicago TimesHerald JSXQHlalte Revenue Hingso Henpeck had a great yesterday sediment neighbor- it satisfactory opening erelong millions expecting tim JingsoHow tel rafter FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS Pain AfeOOMfl JOPf dMMf JVdMMMff where Mothers Friendm or usedknown I Ease v I where the virtneg of MotherF aComfort and 4 are known It is theoneand liniment in the world that outwardapplication robs childbirth of its terrors Every woman her friends of it whether Friend II JIrIe Is solei by all Drunistsor an be sent byeJrPr n 011 receipt of priceper tie Book 011 nedfree to any Ad Yo1lm monWs Era woman should selld It to her II1II uftELB BlDG1JLta Atlaata Ga SYMPTOMS OF BAD BLOOD There is a popular belief that every boil is worth times its weight in gold and the sufferer patiently even cheerfully endures the pain under the mistaken idea that these little tormentors are health promoters that they thin the blood when too thick cleanse and cool it when too hot or too rich On the boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood poverty or a fearfully depraved condition of that fluid There may be no external evidence of bad the warm days of spring set in motion the sluggish circulation and the pentup impurities unable to escape rh the natural outlets jrather near CA1 nUfTC SLt AND BOILS contrary blooduntil the surface of te t7 the skin and Carbuncle a Boil is the result When the blood is an undue amount of this impure matter the Boils come in greater number eat deeper into the surrounding flesh and being nearly located on a bed of nerves cause the most intense suffering Robust and apparently healthy people are subject to Boils and there is always some hidden agency at work within the blood system that will eventually undermine the health but those whose constitutions are broken down ly previous sickness or other causes are most often the unhappy victims of Boils and Carbuncles Exposure to the deadly malaria destroys the red corpuscles and reduces the blood to such a watery condition that it succumbs to the boilproducing poisons and the pale and sallow bro burdenedwith always weakand DANGEROUS CARBXJJC SSJ- ST J 3 Scott a resident of Hazel hurst Miss writes S S S cured a malignant carbuncle on my neck which the doctors had boon unable to bring to a head As EOOU as I began to use S 3 8 I was relieved of pain and the droadful carbunclo got entirely well Hy skin is clear sound and smooth and I am well today through using S S S I am 05 years old WAS BUT A DREAM The little West end matron sat down in an armchair in the diningroom and gazed about her disconsolately Tomorrow we move she sighed and how 1 dread it She put a finger to her lip and began to think it all over She had moved before knew from fearful experience just what the ordeal meant How often she had wished that moving was not one of the necessities of life She would have been more than willing to have lived in the cheapest of cabins to escape the ordeal but seemingly with each spring there came the ultimatum of increased rent from the landlord and that invariably meant a new move with all the terrors that attended it Iler idea of lleaven was a place in which they never moved And how Jack hates moving too she musEd be as cross as a bear were all settled in the ether house He during a move I wish I could induce him to run out of town for a couple of days I shall have enough to contend with having him scowling at everything and saying snappy things about his ragtime home and all that But I suppose 1 shall have to endure it If he would only went right on musing in hat strain The strain was broken however by the unexpected arrival home of Jack It was only 11 oclock in the morning and she couldnt imagine what had brought him home so early But she heard him open the door and walk in whistling lleilo little girl he said giving her a hug Surprised to see me home hey youll be more surprised when I tell you that Ive got the day off and home to help you get ready for the moving tomorroxv Just you give me a bite of then Ill pilch in and tear things up around here in a way thatll astonish you All you have to do is to just watch me thats all And Ive got a good notion to take tomorrow off too sos 1 can help you to get things to rights in the other house Why Jack lion good you are and how changed I really believe well in fact 1 know that Ive been doing you a frightful injustice was all the little West end ma tron could murmur us she gave him an smack She bustled about and fixed him some he went upstairs to put on a suit of old clothes He was downstair again in a jiffy looking all over business in his working togs and he bolted his lunch in order to get to work at the earliest moment First he took his wife by the shoulders and gently planted her in a rocking chair in the front room saying Now thats where you sit for the rest oi the afternoon this is my day to toil moil and then he proceeded to take down the parlor pictures She was amazed to note the dispatch and the deftness with which he accomplished this task He took down the pictures all over the house and laid theni in neat piles with Turkish towels and wraps and com forters between them so as not to scratch the frames Well whod ever have thought she murmured ecstatically Well you never could have thought it little one of course he said giving her a the chin the way Ive al ways loafed on you during moving times ever since we were married But I just made up my nind that Id show you a thing or two and if theres so much as the car off a china dog broken during this move it wont be my fault Then he began at the carpets and almost incredible space of time ho had them all rolled in a neat pile in the sit tingroom He didnt tug at them and rip at them as the married male person ordi narily does jo jnich case v made and oxo t andshe perfectlywith- out Andshe ell lunchand affectionate lunchwhile possible audI chuckunder up lie pathI eon its a an sufferer continually nurs or more of these painful erup tions A harmless Boil is sometimes the precursor of dreaded Cancer and too often the best evidence of a of the is ingone feverishand derangedcondition vided hut he got them up gently yet swift ly moving the furniture about almost noise lessly as the occasion demanded Well did you ever in this wide wide world almost sobbed his little wife her pleasure was so great Xope never did before but Im going to right along in the future he replied beaming upon tier and then lie went up to the attic got out the furniture covers and covered over the pieces with all the skill of a man born to the business Then he proceeded to take down the mid portieres The way he did it made the task look awfully easy to his wife who had always had a lot of trouble at that sort of work Then he tool her upstairs and planted her in a chair in their bedroom dragged out the trunks and proceeded to pack them My dear youd better let me pack my dresses hadnt you she suggested to him Well I guess not said he firmly but smilingly This is your day oil Dont think I can pack dresses hey Vait till 1 show you thats all He got down her dresses and laid them out neatly and folded them in just exactly the folds she had always used in packing them and then he proceeded to lay them away in the big costume trunk in a that left not the possibility of a wrinkle appearing on any of the frocks when they should be unpacked- If that dont beat all she murmured Why I wouldnt have believed it if Id been told a thousand times over Oh a fellow can do any old thing that he sets his hand to if hos a mind to husbands By three oclock in the afternoon the whole house had been by the man who had never deigned to put a hand to such work before and all of household goods were stacked up in neat piles in the middle of the rooms Now my dear said he well just fix up and go downtown and have dinner dont want to put you or the girl to the trouble of preparing meals when the place is in such disorder lIe skipped lightly out in the direction of the stationary washstand to perform ablutions The little West end matron was gazing about her with newborn appre ciation of her husband when she heard what seemed like a she woke up in her armchair in the dining room Her husband looking pretty cross was standing before her with his hat on his head Snoozing eh he said I just dropped up on the car from the office to tell you that those loafers with the moving vans will be up at seven in the morning and so therell have to be a heap of a hustle around here to get the gear ready to be put on the wagons Darn the luck whole lot rather board any time than to be jammed around in a house full chairs and the smell of soapsuds and varnish and nothing fit for a man to eat Oh let me dream again mournfullj hummed the little West end matron as she again gazed about her disconsolately Washington Star RELIGIOUS TRUTHS IN BRIEF He is poor indeed who cannot live without Hams Horn Lines of human beauty all grow from within outward Wellspring If we pray too little for others we shall not pray well for Vinet There is no genius equal to that of industry Much of intellectual power is due to industry Kev E V Hun r Spiritual interests have not kept ther material and things have been curtains manner washer pleasedreply dismantledunaided thee hi loudcrashand Ida ofupside going rich ourselvesA j p own mace BANEFUL BOILS 2Tr E IT Pratt Cave S C says For twenty years I was afflicted with boils and carbuncles part of the time being unable to work cr sleep Several doctors treated mo and I triad numer can blood remedies but received no benefit During tho summer of hiSS I was persuaded to try S S S A f3W bottles cured me entirely and I have had no return of thoso painful pests kidneys or chronic liver trouble brought on by lack onutritious blood or it may develop into a running abscess or ugly eating sore causing of suffering and often terminating treatment does not prevent others or the relief to the diseaseburdened deeply poisoned blood Only a and building up of the depreciated blood can bring about a lasting cure of Carbuncles and Boils and prevent their reappearance S S restores to the old blood all its lost properties reinvigorating and giving it the healthy red color that only pure fresh blood can have and through this new blood strength years fatally To seek relief from the inflammation and piii produced by these terrifying erup tions through the application of local remedies is natural and right but this method of thoroughregeneration and conies to the bodily organs the skin resumes its functions and impurities of whatever character are taken filtered out or the system in natures way S S S is made exclusively of roots and herbs selected wonderful purifying and tonic properties It cures blood poison diseases of all whether acute or chronic No matter how the poison may have been in the blood vigor upand fortheir S S S removes every vestige of it thus insuring faultless circulation and healthy body Those subject to boils or any skin eruption old sores or ulcers are asked to write our physicians all about their disease and any information or advice wanted will be cheerfully and promptly given without any cost to the patient whatever A valuable book on Blood and Skin Diseases sent free TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga lcrg the following at tractiolut Annual Meeting II Imperial Council I OF TIlE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th One Fare for the Round Trip PLUS SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st IDOl GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH Tune Jnly August and September One Fare for the Boiii Trip PLUS 200 For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Traveling lass Agt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis I brought to higher perfection than have men Ilev George H Combs Character possesses a charm for only those who seek it and is the priceless jewel of heroic souls who care for no approbation but that of the law conscience and God IJev C P SmithDo duty to the city as well as to the church Dont hide yourself your piety Do not imagine that spirituality consists in living apart from the common C J HallThe universal selfdelusion is this when a man has a good thought he fancies he has become what he thinks for the moment Good thoughts are very good but unaccompanied by the difficult processes of character they are often no better than soapbubbles MozoomdarTo means that we are to do as nearly as we can with our human limitations as He would do were lIe in our places In pleasure in business in ambition we must ask ourselves the question What would Jesus do This gives us no lack of reverence for Him but makes grow and more reverent in thought C M Sheldon 200 EpWOrlh Loguo behind crowdRev u ore IRev I ffCtillg A DAVIDSON LANDftAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public bothto those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those whohave farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to youradvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the propalaeady listed with us a theirproperty indirectly No 1 House and Lot in McCrcary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new aud very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway varuudus anti a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy honse etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed und a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new anti convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap and Trill go Quick On East side of lull street 70 feet front and ffi feet deep or 1J5 feet deep if desired a part of the lull property Splendid built ing site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in desirable location in every particular No 8 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item 70 feet front on Hill street J25 feet deep or 125 feet deep if so desired a part of the Pr 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 t Miles from Lancaster Known as Place Much of the land has been in grass but is now cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or h land the rest is rich and productive failiiig water and tenclng in good repair Lund has been well treated story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm of SGK Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which hare been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp laud brings tine wheat aud corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Snllicieiit throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit lug 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 Acres ol Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Cinciunat Southern Kailroad This land is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 17 Farm of J5S Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky River In Garrard county about 4 miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres In apple orchard good peach orchard G room twostory house In good and all necessary outbuildings Land in Polleys Bend is fast increasing in value No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on heat Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard County about 8 acres under cultivation balance iu grass clover timothy and Good pasture laud under good fence and well watered by springs and ponds 12 acres in orchard In fruiting prime best vatie ties of alt kinds of fruit The house is not a mansion but a good substantial country dwel Hug l2 storys hiirh with a store room SSxiO feet anjoiuiug it About 1 mile from Lawsons School House and 2J miles from Good Hope Baptist church Examine this property if you want to buy No 15 Vacant Lot on South Side Water street between and Paulding In Lancastor 75 feet front on Water street 200 feet In depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price shorta o 2 tim ole1 Stone ZC ever 1 600 County K re- paIrs bluegrass l Lexington DrOP utid No 0 Farm of JO Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Kockcastle line Ail bottom laud level and productive never ailing stock water I story log house anti all necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st 1001 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No J House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front H7 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property proper ty in this location is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known is the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is 143 feet front on Danville Avenue and 195 feet in depth House Is u twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged iu every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively iin proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Posiussiou given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on tho Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acres of splen did hemp or tobacco lund 75 acres in grass balance uudei cultivation watered by never springs Place is in good repair Hoiuo barn and good outbuildings Very tine largo and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate size No 12 Farm of 84 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike 64 acres in grass cultivationgood stroug land in good repair and wateredby never failing spriugs Two story frame house 6 rooms and necessary outbuildingsOne of the largest and best barns In the country Buildings are comparatively new 2good orchards A very desirable farm near town and in good locality No 13 House and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story minute house containing 5 rooms location Will trade for house and lot In Lauenstpi No DanvilleKyEast Main Street House has 8 large rooms front hallway above and below back hall veranda finished inside and conveniently large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot Is front 447 feet in depth nice stable lotand large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 16 Farm of SO Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky- One of the prettiest country residences inthe Blue Grass Region with SO acres Of fertilo laud attached situated at Logana in Jessa mine county Ky 5 miles from XicholosviHe on a good turnpike and near railroad 5 room cottage house magnificient barn and every kind of convenient outbuildings good water everything in good repair Good location fordoctor or dairy man No 19 Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of and About miles from Lancaster All goodstrong land verv under good containing roomstwo tenant houses good house other necessary out buildings areon the place to church and well fitted for stock raising f railing latticed balanceunder outbuildings 100 feet 0 Brantsvi e anti watered Dwelling house is a stors cry sail all I I handsomely constructed s4 abundantly For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson OR LawOflice over Stormes store LOuis Landram Central Record office 1 f