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LI v I Entered at Post Office in JTy as Second Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 8 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t y i t L I l- c i t en etott y 1lirXarEAB 2 I 2 the Lancaster crass BUMB1828 HOME NEWS I T HE r Bargains in buggies etc at Conns Deposit your wheat at Wards mill julyll2t Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 Fist schedules finest trains to and North Queen Crescent The cocaine ordinance is a good one The drug is ruining nearly all the colored help in town The Masonic lodge meets next Tues day night There will probably be work in the second degree State Sunday School Convention The convention convene atDan ville August 20 21 22 190L The Sun day Schools in this county to select their delegates at once and notify me Only delegates holding certificates signed by the coun ty president will be entertained free Amanda Anderson Cor Secty No Loafers There Down at Madisonville last week we noticed the absence of street loafers in fact there were no chairs in front of the stores to be filled by gangs of idlers who discuss the private affairs of the people of the town Everybody was at work which was quite a con trast to some of the central Kentucky Hustling Colored Gary Mullins and Will Royston col ored men of this city have bought a saloon in Cincinnati and took first of the week Mullins has run the engine in THE RECORD office for many years and it will be hard to find a more careful and relia ble man to fill his place Tile New Danville Pike Danville News In the case of the Boyle Fiscal Court vs the Dix Rixer and Lancaster Turnpike Co which was tried this week before special Judge Chas H Rodes resulted in the valuation of the road being placed by the jury at 250 The county excepted to the report of the Commissioners who valued it at 800 and the ques tion and valuation was tried by the jury with the above result The case will probably be appealed Ji j towns pos- sessIon Cincinnati Router will are requested idea e Hemp knives a1 Conn rebate stamps on all cash v We buy old gold and silver Thomp son the Jeweler 3t Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Queen Crescent Route The Henderson Route officials report very heavy travel via their line to Oklahoma account opening of the new lands have fallen and now the grumbler is saying we are having too much The weather has been de lightfully cool days Trade at Blue Grass Grocery Our extreme low prices will prevail as ev er before Special attractions every day Thousands of beautiful presents given away to our trade Child Dies In Lebanon Danville News Anna Dorothy daughter of Rev Lucien Noel and Susan Kincaid Noel died at Lebanon Friday morning of spasmodic croup after a brief illness The remains were brought to Danville that after noon Interment in Belleview ceme tery Thompson After a lingering illness Mrs Robt Thompson mother of Bob and Booth Thompson died at her home near Lancaster Thursday She was a suf ferer from a complication of diseases and had been an invalid for a year or more She was a widelyknown and highlyrespected lady After funeral services Friday the remains were in terred in the Lancaster Cemetery Putting on Style Mr T B Long the attentive and accommodating landlord has curtain ed the windows of the lobby of the Garrard Hotel and is having it and all the rooms papered with the most at tractive designs The house presents an invitingappearance and the guests praise the fare and the affable manner in which they are received by Mr and Mrs Long who have made friends of our people and the traveling public without an exception Long may they be with us gi work Splendidrains forseveral F Noel l es Falls ATTENTION On August 17 at 3 oclock Opera House Lancaster the Mer chants Advertising Club will open distribute the 400 i n a 5 Cash premiums as advertised x Everybody invited to attend epening Seats free There will be a section of seats reserved ES PECIALLT POE a hose who have Tickets they wish depositm the Can should bring them in at once Ii I II 0 0 P mr O h C nando I 0 r to 0 f l d c I 1 to 1 i Th Ods Co l lr ill 0o fat s 0 4 o 0 0 o f the 0 o ry LADIES 0 0 0 iJ 4 4 r Dry ices Uri All kind of at Conns X your wheat at Wards mill julyll3t I Surrey d Phaetons Cat cost for next thirty days at Conns The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros 30000 is given away in purses and presents at the Lexington HorseShow Fair and Carnival August 1217 Fred Frisbie has commenced work on his residence on street It will be acrackajack Fred tells us Favorite and the Ken tucky Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros 50000 has been expended by the Lexington Horse Show Fair and in amusement features for the week of August 1217 Will Preach Sunday Night Rev Henry N Faulconer will fill the pulpit at the Presbyterian church next Sunday evening 730 oclock His many friends are glad of this to hear him Stand In With Both An iceman argued that his debt should be paid in preference to the ministers because I keep you cool in the present tense and your good pastor only hopes to keep you cool in the future Fair at London We acknowledge with thanks cour tesles from the secretary of the fair which will be held 11 12 and 13 London always has successful entertainments and the fair this year will be bigger and better than ever before Many from this will attend Ice Ice Ice We are theonly dealer here who handles ice in logos We sell pure ice best in we sell same price on at house Far mers buy very low of us in lots fr m 1000 lbs See us H B Northcott Honor to Honor Due In Missouri a couple children fed a pet frog oh dynamite and the Creature exploded blowing up the house and killing the inmates This story has already been printed but it is reproduced because we a deserving lie should always be hand Handsome Improvements We pleased to say to the public that our shop has just been papered and painted and we have one of the prettiest shaving emporiums in the state Years of experience sharp razors and polite attention enable us to please the most fastidious A call will convince you Henry Duncan the old barber Ask These Questions Before patronizing a peddler or fa kir ask yourself the following ques tions Did the peddler give anything to the school debt Did hesit up with you when you were sick When your house burned was his name on the of who helped you in your Was he one of your sympa thizers when death came to your door Did he carry you on his book when you were out of work long five years ago Do you see his week in your home paper If he wont respond to all of these requirements he is not entitled to as much con sideration as your local business men for they help you in these particulars and many more If You Dont It Move There is no reasonable excuse for a man to live Jr a town if he dont like it If you have no word of to say of your town emigrate You wont stop the town clock by away The bells will the same musical ring the little dogs will play as briskly the fish in the creek will bite just as well and the pure air bright sunshine and spark ling water will have the same health giving properties Speak a good word for neighbors if you can if you cant dont everlastingly enlarge on their faults If you have become sour and disgruntled move away go somewhere where things suit you Ex of this slightly ill and as there was not on his went A day or so later it teleprapbed to the daily papers that he had been by the heat and parried home The telegram left the impression Captain precarious condition A many inquiries been made we savthat the report was great ly exaggerated as he was backat work next mornirig and was never seriously ill at all Captain got pretty hot ib the collar told of the matter and TOiry Justly so and some of these days will Ul crapti about the wro f fellow in repaired Deposit Buggies opportunity Dig r t state wa and want g n 100 to befor uying Wk m givenahelping tf adevery church tf Lastcounty F J muchcopy t Tbf 1m t c fi tS1 t mac Water Farmers Carnival London September section is unfortunate believe are list those misfortune certainly Like commendation going have your thoroughly A false epert day Capt I White e became book home before noon was overcome the Was Ins have will special telegraphing a nuisance somebody M Sr h vYr Chicken for sale at Sons Through sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route Passepartout picture binding at Thompsons For Sale 150 bushels seed Rye Apply to J A or Fred Yeager Good gentle family horse Large enough for rockaway tf J W Lancaster Rates t California Via the Queen Crescent Route Tickets 6th and 20th Sept 3rd 17th choice of routes finest trains and fastest sched ules W C Rinearson G P A Cin cinnati O Senator Blackburn Marry Senator of Kentucky is to be married to Mrs Mary F widow of the late Judge H H Blackburn of Marksburg W Va who was a distant relative of the Sena tor The wedding is expected to take place before Congress meets Circuit Court Circuit court begins Monday week the 19th Clerk Hamilton tells THE RECORD that he has never dockets to be as light as at this term Only one or two suits of any have been filed and these can be wound up in a few days time Teachers Institute The Garrard County stitute is in session at the court house this week Prof Easley of Bristol Tenn is in charge and there are about fifty teachers present THE RECORD will print the proceedings in full in the next issue as the institute will be in session the rest of the week Will ReElect Him So far there has been no opposition announced against Maj R Kinnaird for Mayor and there should be none He has stood up nobly for every we have secured and always be counted upon to comply the wishes of the people We want hustlers like him and see that no hayseed gets the place Thresher Saturday while O G Speaks thresher was at work near town a spark ignited some straw in the sep arator and notwithstanding the hard fight made by the hands the machine was totally destroyed The engine was not damaged The loss is quite heavy on Mr Speaks as the separator was comparatively new and a very fine one He is a man and his many friends are sorry of his Cincinnatis Fall Festival An ideal outing is promised our and those have beeu busy during the summer season in the an nouncements 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 treated handsomely this 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 very small cost Agreement Reached An agreement has at last been reach ed between the trustees of the Presbyterian University at and the local committee whereby the property of Central University in Richmond will be to the people of Madison coun ty for educational purposes The ex act terms of the agreement have not yet been made public but it is under stood that all the grounds and build fags except the Chancellors and other brick residence at the northern end of the campus will become the property of the people of county The property will be intrusted to a controlling to be composed of residents of Madison county and one member to be select eji by the synod from made by rest of the board Monster Sacred Ceaeert The monster Sacred Concert of the second Fall Festival in Cincinnati next September 22nd united the two weeks of the Queen Festival time in a glorious burst of melody so to speak year estimated four thousand people turned away unable to gain admission to the great Foyer Music Hall This years programme mbrceae lections which bring out the fall strength qt immense Fe Jival Chorus one thoua ndvo4oe8 and the Treat Cincinnati at sixty Four of the soloists already secured are MabeDuf our Film Dell Martin Kendall A F Scbenke the Marks urv jly 253t For more Low on sale Blackburp Blackburn knownthe Teachers In cant hard ata Itis orchestra voice l all era tHlb cl17J 0 PI t ii H 1 t feed Sale Aafi and and consequence improvement Burned misfortune citizens who have Cincinnati year consolidated Danville old transferred res- Idence one Madison board the nominations the City a Last Were even will tie Instruments iiai hand Jose slyer tenor The adios arc 3wPalar atria both widely air ooeeert i- y aa periooatlchaarnr S Bbl Shells just received at Thompsons Bring your tickets and get your name in can will give the 400 August 17th After that date will not be received Thompson Jeweler M it The City Council ordered a number of sidewalks put down Good Another car load of screenings has been placed at the depot which makes a big improvement If you want the lightest and best wagon you ever owned buy a Capital from Gaines Bros The law introduced at last meeting of the City Council should have a to require all citizens to wear faces as long as a wellrope all day Sunday If any man smiles make the punishment death Reward For any information leading to the recovery of a pure white English bull dog answering to the name of Prince Ears and tail short Brass buckle on collar missed from my place July 29 Ed Owens Camp Rick Robinsontf Robinson Returns Rev L Robinson has returned from quite an extended trip to Pikes Peak Royal Gorge Salt Lake CitySanFran cisco Los Angeles Catilina Island Portland Seattle St Paul etc He traveled with eyes wide open and will give his congregation a series of free lectures on his trip His subject for next Sunday evening is Salt Lake City and its Religion Compliment For Farris Stanford Daily InteriorJournal Hon Geo T Farris of Garrard who now represents the 18th Senatorial District in the State Senate of was renominated without oppo tion for another term and expects to clean up any newborn or oldline B republican that they may put out against him on the 17th He is a democrat from the crown of his head the of his foot and during all the exciting times at Frankfort in the winter of 1900 he was always found in his seat bravely doing his duty He is honest sober industrious capable and deserving and should be returned by an increased majority Lincoln ci snould stand by her son and give a good majority in November He is very popular in Garrard Casey and Boyle and all signs point to his Dont forget Senator Farris when you enter the booth it means a vote for law and order k strongest provision 500 him s o awa th Rev Kentucky sole election because Handsome stock otf heavy twilled crash at Josephs 1 Before buying wheat drills call inspect those at Gaines Bros I have employed an expert machine ist and am prepared to kinds of engines machines etc B Conn Go to the Danville fair today Its the biggest and best ever given there which is saying a whole lot Danville has one of the best fairs in the south THE CITY COUNCIL Meets Monday Night Frames Some Important Laws and Takes Action en Matters orInterest At a meeting of the City Council Monday evening several important new laws were offered Among them is one to prohibit the sale cocaine and morphine only upon prescription of a regular practicing physician a prescription required for each sale Another ordinance offered requires that only registered pharmacists shall compound prescriptions and another fixes a fine of from 50 to 100 for sell ing liquors on Sunday An ordinance was also offered to prohibit all labor on Sunday in other words require all the cigar stands stores barber shops etc to close on Sunday This last law on the order of the one recently tried in neighboring towns and which proved not only unsuccessful but a great inconvenience to the public no town has held to it but Under this law in other towns it was impossible to buy a cigar or even to get a shine on Sunday and the people soon saw the silliness of it and let it go While we advocate the observance of the Sabbath in the strictest sense yet this running off on mouse tracks is most too much of a good thing The application of W Burton for permit to erect a shed 36x72 on his lot on Paulding street next came up and the motion to grant receiving no second it was declared lost An opinion was then read from Judge J W Alcorn ofStanford upon the question of jurisdiction of the Police Court over whisky cases in which the judge said the of the Court of Appeals clearly de that cities the fifth class had no police judge only acting as an examining court with power to holdover to the county judge The blind tiger mess then came up but on account of the absence of a member of the council was passed til next meeting PanAmericane is Intact Danville and- y rep ir separate recent decis- Ion jurisdiction the All TIlE LEADING UNES OF IMPLEMENTS SADDLESGet FARM MACHINERY hereWAGONS Get them here I BUGGIES AND J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors llwlIRIfllrmms1 Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward tull Line of I ATTENTION LADIES ir y- vt I have one hundred pairs of Ladies AS Misses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords I iolds ends9 letfrom the Logan Robin o son stock that I will close out at Fifty v 0 per cent Less than manufacturers cost t- A rS Come early and Jet first choice M HT LOGAN o c cM o o o rfl V r rX s J H Iv j i 1 v 0 I 1 and t 1 I0 o i ffj S2 I 1 1 i 4 0000 0000 a- l j 0 p o O o ra 0 o 0 t ray t fi ays CENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Aught 8 So MUCH has been said lately in re gard to the imposition upon the Press Association by outsiders that we ask the indulgence of our readers to here give a few facts to our brethren of the quill who remain away from the meetings We have been an enthusiastic member of the association for five or six years and have watched its interests closely That it has been imposed upon will deny and that to a very great When Mr R W Brown was elected president he asked those he chose as executive committeemen to give him their earnest support in building up the organization and in teresting the very best newspapermen in its welfare Each member worked faithfully to this end even writing personal letters to those editors who took little interest and remained away from the meetings This did good and at the there were a number present who had dropped out and some new faces The committee was encouraged in their work by this and at the meeting in Madisonville took further steps weeding out the impostors and bringing the membership down to what it should be We will say here that too much praise cannot be upon the secretary Bob Morn ingstar for the noble work he had already done in pruning the list as he had sent back over 300 which had been sent in by people who had abso lately nothing to do with newspapers At the meeting the committee back eight or ten men who as far as Madisonville with the firm belief that they were going to slip the lines and take the trip This caused some hard things to be said about the committee and that too by active newspaper men who should have shown their interest in the as sociation by applauding the work of the committee The committee desiring to further promote the welfare of the offered a resolution to amend the constitution so as to exclude college and other periodicals published occasionally but as it re quired a twothirds vote this was vo ted down by a few newspaper men and a number of interlopers three whom were afterwards found to be impesters and were turned down at Madisonville One kick was made by friends of the Masonic Home Journal which paper made arrangements transportation by running the ads in the Louisville Post Another that raised a howl was published by the A 0 U W which paper does not have a regular editorat least his name does not appear We this article thatthose editors who have become disgusted with the way in which the Association is imposed upon may see what we had on hand at Madisonville and what could have been accomplished had they been help push it through As soon as President R W Browns address is published read it carefully It is the stuff and no mistake Unless the bona fide newspaper men attend the next meeting and assist in completing the work undertaken at Madisonville the Association will soon have to hang its harp on a weeping willow so far as accomplishing anything for the good of the Kentucky press is We think it quite fortunate that Harry McCarty was elected pres ident as he will continue the work commenced by Mr Brown and to as sist him in the noble undertaking he should have the united support of ev ery reputable publisher in the state Hatchetfaced dudes pretty girls and children will never accomplish much for the newspaper business Had on ly a few more bona fide editors the Madisonville meeting the offered would have passedand several other matters the committee wanted to settle been put on foot but as Bob Brown said in his address Threefourths of those present are thinking of nothing but the trip out West it is next to impossible to get a quorum to vote We trust every ed itor will think over this and when next meeting time rolls around will attend and not send some little gim letheaded reporter who gets a sala ry of probably two dollars a week and his washing A LEXINGTON paper puts a heading over the arrival in that city of Capt Lucien Young which reads He Will Not Talk We thought it was our own Lucien Young the Kentuckian until we saw that headline but that kills it Its some other Lucien visit ing there We can prove by woman and child in Lancaster that it is impossible to stop Lucien from talking THE Danville Courier its ini to the public Friday It is a weekly paper and is full of local general news We wish our friend Bob great success in his Write for a sample to the core THE latest fid in England is the wearing of sandals by the men As theuse of of footgear would require the wearing of socks its to say the tad will never be adopted by the American men IOI Kentucky extent last meeting toward bestowed turned Association fraternal paper publish thereto concerned attended resolution everyman tial bow and delighted thIs J j j Y none some income fits our z made undertaking l class r a k e e 4 o d or safe i SoBtHera Will Build thoBarsta Branch ExGoyerHor bradley Talks Saturdays says Former Goy Bradley is taking a deep interest in the proposed extension of the Southern railway from Burgin to Jellico and he and the citizens of Lan caster are making every effort to have the road built through that town be lieving that it will prove advantage ous not only to that section of the State but to Louisville as well the subject Mr Bradley said The citizens of Lancaster my home town have always kindly dispos ed toward Louisville and if given or dinary encouragement they would come here to buy their They can go to Cincinnati a distance of 144 miles in four and a half hours do a days work and return at night From Lancaster to Louisville the dis is only 110 miles and yet it nearly seven hours to make the trip For nearly a quarter of a centu r y they have been compelled to use a mixed tram which makes no connec tions on one end of the branch and to submit to a layover of two hours on the other end The schedule time of this train is something like 7 miles an hour More than onehalf of the business of the county is in this way forced to use the Queen Crescent route Gar rard county subscribed 250000 for the building of the branch road which runs a distance of 14 miles through the county Every year the county has produced large products for ex port Last for instance the county produced 2500000 pounds of hemp and 1500000 pounds of tobacco a million bushels of wheat be sides corn rye oats and other crops in proportion But notwithstanding this and the liberality manifested when the road was built the people have not fared well at the hands of the Louis ville and Nashville This road is us wally just and liberal and why it has been so remiss in this instance I tell More than a year ago the South ern railway made a preliminary survey through Garrard county from Burgin in Mercer county to Jellico and now it has a corps of engineers locating the road I believe the road will be built It will run through the best farming land in the to any in the world thence into the eastern portion of Lincoln Pulaski Laurel and Whitley the Southern at Jellico for Knoxville When completed the line will be ty miles shorter than the present lines from Louisville or Cincinnati to Knoxville The Southern extension is a neces sity If its lease of the Cincinnati Southern is ratified by the vote of the people in November the Southern bids fair to get control of the Monon and Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton roads This will give it terminals in Toledo and Chicago and it will be a ratemaking power in the business of the Northwest Even without the audition of these roads the with its St Louis line will pelled to build this extension at a cost of 4500000 or double track the Cin cinnati Southern at a cost of 2000 000 to Harriman Junction Of course the Southern will not hesitate to build the extension as it costs but tle over half as much and besides opens new agricultural and coal fields If the people of Cincinnuti should refuse to indorse the issue made to the Southern then the reasons for build ing this extension are much more ap parent for without the extension the Southern will be totally unable to car ry on its business To build the road parallel with the Qoeen and Creicent from Burgin to Junction City and then parallel with the Louisville and Nashville from that point beyond Stanford would sharpen and cheapen competition Whereas if the road were be constructed through the Igwer end of Mercer county length wise through Garrard aud out thro the end of Lincoln it would the objections and af ford railroad facilities for a section of the country which is now denied them I believe considering fact the grade distance and expense the road will pass through Garrard county which Win enable one of the best coun ties in the State to have a fair which has hitherto been denied her Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running oft of the bowels and sickness of the stomach says O P M Holli days of Deming Ind His bowels would move 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 McEoberts druggist 1m Just dont forget that there are whole things in the world worse worst we know and wHole lots Setter than the best we know Heartburn QWhen the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and es pecially it the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the thoroughly Let hours between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eat ing indicating that you have eaten too much take oneof Chamberlains and Liver Tablets and the heatburn may be avoided sale h CONFIDENT CourierJournal Discussing been tan requires halt cannot countryequal counties connecting with fort lit Jo escape Named this chance ali I lotsof rw j y merchandise year Soother from the sIx elapse Stomach For by 8iMcBober 1st 4 4r1 xx K wa- T 1L Keatacky Have a Time atMadlsoavllle KarllHKton The visit of the Kentucky Press to Madisonville and Earling ton last week was a great success in many ways Those members living up in this section of the state were of opinion that there was little hose ness there but they were ably surprised to find the reverse is a city of about 5000 inhabitants who are as clever people as ere the sun shone on people who are never so happy as when looking after the pleasure and comfort of the stranger within their gates The press eople were united in the verdict that had never received more treatment than was given them at Madisonville The business men quit their work to look after the wants of the visitors while the ladies worked unceasingly to make the stay enjoy able A reception was held Thursday evening in Mortons handsome house at which Mayor Ross delivered the address of welcome which was re sponded to by Mr R W Brown the Associations Chauncey Depew Sev eral papers were read which were very entertaining The meeting then adjourned to the Armory where a dance was given in honor of the editors During the entire stay in the city the Madisonville Band was on duty and furnished excellent music This band is under the of Prof R L Harned and is the best amateur band in the state It is composed of about sixteen men all of whom work and handle the latest and best music The Hotel Lucile did the proper thing by the boys and furnished firstclass en tertainment fare The will long remember good peo ale of Madisonville for their kindness Friday morning the St Bernard Coal Co invited the Association to a special train being in waiting to convey the party there they were driven to the pretty park where a bountiful dinner was spread to which the editors not only did justice but aplenty speeches were made dancing was enjoyed and a big cake walk given by a number of the party The St Bernard Coal Company operates five mines in Hopkins The combined output of these mines for the year ending February 28 1899 was 603981 tons or 15099544 bushels of coal and 26135 tons of coke idea of this immense output can be had perhaps by noting that it would require 26200 cars of 25 tons each to carry it equal to 1260 of 20 cars each which coupled together would reach 180 miles In this one year the coal on 126 acres of land was exhausted Besides the coal mining interests the St Bernard Coal Company also owns and operates a splendid wellimproved and modern farm of 2000 acres lying adjacent to Earlington where every year lessons in improved farming are given free to neighbor farmers who care to heed them This company has mined and sold in 29 years of its 8682310 tons or 217057051 bushels of coal It has paid out in wages in the county of Hopkins in round numbers 521000000 up to last year Secretary Geo C Atkinson was one of the liveliest entertainers in the city and left nothing undone to keep the pleasure at the greatest height Hes all right sure Other officers and citizens worked unceasingly pleasure and Earlington will always have a warm spot in the hearts of the press ooys Thaparty returned to Madisonville and Friday night left on trip West The newspaper people became further attached to clever Paul Moore at Earlington They all loved him as it was but after his kindness at Earlington they are bound to him by still stronger ties of love and friendship Bottomless Whirlpool Another wonder has just been in upper Kentucky river in a short bend two miles above Boones which after the completion of lock NO 9 will be pointed out boat tourists by the crews of passing steamers It has been named The Bottomless Whirpool because so far been able to sink a line in it to how deep it is Its disc is about thirty feet and it is away from foot of the gigantic cliff about ten feet with the rapidity of a buzzsaw all the time ex cept when the water in the river is too low for navigation There have been instances where log rafts have drifted into this whirligig and been torn to pieces in a twinkle The loosened lugs would dance about in it for hours More being forced out of its clutches The bottomless whirlpool is in an iso kited place that happens never to have been observed by surveying who measured that part of Ken Lucky river because they crossed the cliffs it is at of and never passed it on the water surface The hole goes straight down through rock and is a wonder to look upon Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with The doctors said she couldnt but she wasinstantly relieved by One Minute Cough Curt F 1m Adam wasnt famousas a sprinter yet he was first in the homan race 4 Eruptions burns icaids and sores of all kinds quicklj heaied by DeWitts Witch Hazel Certain cure forpiles Beware of cjuaterfeits Be you get the original DeWitt 0 rf7if ADELIGHTPIJTRIP and the they delightful direction undoubtedly Association Earlington Arriving Several county Abetter train- loads practical existence their I discovered Knob ascertainjust parties toot endless v croup P 1i sure JP IIbiL r lJP M t r The Editor Great Association down agree hospitable Iover and the four testes noboby has the they live Frisbee cuts Salve ac r1s ySy F or m PAINT LICK Armp B Elkin of Louisville was here Sunday John Pearl of hero this week on business The young folks here went to Slate Lick Springs Friday The meeting at Mt Tabor closed Friday with 17 additions to the church Sam Campbell stuck nail in his foot and it is causing him much pain G R wife of Liny coin were here Monday for a short timeNichol Sebastian little boy of Geo Sebastian fell off of the fence evening and broke his thigh We are very much in need of a pub lie well here We heard some of the country folks say when they come to Paint Lick they cant get a drink of waterWe had a soaking rain Monday and everybody is rejoicing and giving thanks except one olcf chronic gram bIer he said he was very thankful for the rain but he was afraid it was to bo a mighty hard winter The third monthly meeting of the Garrard County Medical Society was convened in the Maccabees Hall at this place on Friday afternoon Aug 2nd at 5 oclock The visiting medi cal members were met and received at the train by our local physicians and shown the sights of our thriving city and convened in session at the hall After preliminaries lasting some two hours the members and visitors of the society repaired to the Hotel Veranda where they partook of a bountiful and tasteful repast prepared by Mrs C B Engleman in her usual hospitable manner Returning to the Hall the essays of the evening were read by the essayists Drs Wesley and Sandlin of Lancaster on the management of pregnancy and normal labor and the management of abnormal labor Both papers were well and carefully prepared well presented and elicited an animated and pleasing Those present were Drs E J Brown of Stanford Herring Bur nett Sandlin Wesley Kinnaird Grant Acton and Ashley of Oldham and Boxley of Kirksville Poyntz Cassenburg and Mays Paint Lick The society has had a good attendance and interesting and discussions and bids fair to excell the ambitions of the The society meets at Bryants ville in September WALLACETON D S Botkins our merchant is on the sick list J A Baker who received a fall some four weeks ago is able to resum his milking and other chores J B Wallace and Miss McWhorter our teachers here are attending the Teachers Institute at Richmond this week The good rains of last week caused our most ungrateful to feel thankful Things were already looking quite before they came Mr Isaac Davis with a posse of hands is working the pikes of our neighborhood Under his supervision last year they were improved more than at any time for years Say Mr Editor what about that Marksbury snake story Some of us at Wallaceton think it isa whop per But please excuse us we blame you rather than the Marksbury cor respondent for you set the example a weeks ago We think that even an editor ought to consider his influence upon the habits and lives of others Last Sunday Misses Sarah and Alice Dawson and Miss Dora McWhorter went toMallory Springs on a prospect ing trip When they returned late in the afternoon Miss Sarah had with lier a Fish weighing about two pounds which she had caught during the day The other two girls well we dont know what they caught but are told that it was much smaller game I BRYANTSVILLB Miss Amanda Anderson began a five months school here the first of August Miss MittieFinn will teach at Buena VistaRev Robinson whe has been in California has returned and filled his appointment at the Methodist Sunday evening Elder Walden who has been quite ill we are glad was able to beout and preached at Pleasant Grove Mrs Henry Dunn and daughter from Texas and son George of Danville visited Mrs William Baughman Mrs Uratton and little daugh ters will visit relatives in Preachers this week The Misses are visiting relatives in Washington county Mr and Mrs Sam Adams Misses Merit and Miss Bessie ton are in Buffalo this week Miss Allie Jennings of Danville Bur tie and Kittle Jennings of Garrard are the guests of their Mrs Has elden Miss Hattie Jennings has re turned from visit to Miss Bessie at Paint Lick Mrs Maggie Todd of Crab Orchard is the guest of Mrs James Hills this week Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn have returned from the springs much improved in health Mittie Dunn is spending the in Lancaster with heruncle Jim and attending the Teach ers Mr and Mrs Robert Jennings visited their parents here Whenyouwant amodern physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples tree at R 1 Roberts drag store im j t 2 jI- or Londonwas Engleman Saturday going discussion Lancaster papers originators a alarming bun red I church Sunday Sunday yule Leave a S bptcki r tii 5 2 it y and safari the P aunt Ballard week Hamilton Institute try 4 ate ate MARKSBDIIY Charles Durham bought of Wm Marsee six shoats for 25 Farmers are selling their oats at 2 per hundred or 9 per thousand James Speaks sold to ClaytonArnold a bunch of fat shoats for 5cts per Ib Miss Pearl Hill of Lancaster will teach the public school at Orchard GroveMessrs Burdett Josh and John Swope Mr and Mrs George Riffe and Mr Wailer Greening of Hustonville attended the funeral of Mr Henry Swope Thursday On Wednesday morning July 24th at half past nine Mr Henry Swope departed this life He had been con fined to his bed only a few days He had been afflicted for several years He was a pious Christian will be great ly missed at church as he alwnys at tended regularly when the weather permitted He has gone to be united with loved ones above After short services his remains were interred in the Fork cemetery Thursday morn ing We extend symyathy to the be reaved Mrs Pigg of Hyattsville spent last Thursday with her father Mr Joseph Mrs Clay Robinson of Texas is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs Robert Clark of Lancaster spent Thursday with Mrs Icy Kemper Rev B A Copass returned from sev eral weeks visit to friends in Texas Mr Nixon Perkins and daughter Miss Annie spent Sunday with Mrand Mrs J C Eubanks at Hubble Miss Rose Morgan who has been spending sev eral months with her sister Mrs Joe Hendrickson returned Tuesday to her home in Oklahoma leaving several masculine hearts very sad Miss Sallie Herring has returned from a very pleasant visit to her friend Miss Elza Logan at Mitchelsburg MT HEBRON Mr Wm Montgomery sold two calves last week for 10 Mr Erasemus Allen sold a horse to Mr Claton Arnold for 80 Mr John Jackson bought a nice horse from Elishua Forkes of Mc Creary price 60 A croquet party was given by Mr Edgar Duncan at the home of his aunt Mrs James Crawford on the afternoon of the 3rd A large crowd and plenty of fun being the result Mr E D Lawson while working in a well last Thursday was taken sick and got in a bib to be drawn out when about ten feet from the bottom he fell out cutting and bruising very badly but none of the wounds are thought to be serious Real estate is on a boom in this sec tion Mr Coleman Hicks bought 70 acres of land from Mr McWilliams for 2200 Mr John Onstott bought 115 acres from John King price 2500 and J B Bourne alsobought 43 acres from B A Duncan price 975 Mr Erasemus Allen spent a part of last week with his brothers Messrs Samuel and Benjamine Allen at Georgetown Miss Jewel Sanders of Stone spent last Wednesday night with LeeolaScott Mrs Lizzie Allen visited daughter Mrs William Blakeman at Burgin last week Mr Chas Duncan Misses Hattie Duncan and Lula attended preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday and were the guests of Miss Myrtle Mob erley Mrs Winnie Merrideth and daughter Bessie of Somerset guests of relatives in this community O O Buck Beirne Ark I was troubled with constipation until bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint Irecommend them F P Frisbie 1m District Convention The Republican Senatorial Commit tee of the 18th Senatorial District of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Casey Garrard and Lincoln met in Stanford Kentucky on Satur day July 27th 1901 purtuant to the call of the chairman of said District Committee Casey being represented by J W Pelly chairman and J 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 secre tary of the Republican county com mittee 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 Au gust 17th 1901 atone oclock p m to nominate a candidate for Senator in the 18th Senatorial Dis trict of Kentucky to be voted for at the regular November election 1901 an the delegates to convention shall be elected meeting of the Republican jofe held at the county seat of the various coun ties composing said District on Sat urday August 10th 1901 at2 oclock p m 2nd The basis of repre sentation to be delegate for each 100 votes and fraction over 50 cast for Wnv McKinley at the November 1900 Boyle being entitled to 16 Garrard 16 18 and Lin cola 19 votes in said 3rd Resolved The chairman of the various counties ia r e directed to promptly issue a call for said county meeting Upon motion the meeting adjovra d GeoiMVITiiCaMiJ t c himself ar a says I I permanent Id b be Resolved election votes rf3 nip her Montgomery unanimously RePublican tine convention mass JohnEllls Sec e s Lancaster MarWe Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on and in best possible manner Prices louse from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGTJIRE ORGANIZED lass PITMS NATIONAL BARK U OP T A Wfl STT TV Capital Surplus Fund 95OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOUOITKD Oarcfal sad Prompt Attention Ooarut tf JM HlSSINBOTHAJC Lawn Y LXJLTXLL HUDSON W O BlGMKT CD WAIJUB Prexldea VlcePreiideat Cashier Assistant Caahi Boottreepei DIBKCTOBS- JMHI88IHBOTHAX Laws Y IdLtYBLL- T M ABKOLO 9 1 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 onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the New fork Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance Co G B SwinebroadAgt Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile BANE shortnotice B P 11 ru KINNAIRD INSURANCE RCDresentin Folloiin ComDanies AmerIcan k Aeti Life Ins Co of HartfontCoun 2 NATIONAL B1 i119Jt g CAPITAL 1 f55eee 0 SURPLUS Sid 0tsee LANCASTER MT President JHOK Vice 8 p DXXHY CaShier I P BOBIHSOV Jiu JL T bUT Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran R Denny A C Robinson John E Kinnaird 8 BEAZIJEY A x DUllY Sro Caakr Sam Stormes- W H W President Aut Alex Teeth extracted without witir Vitalized Air Ones la DENTIST oat aaYilla IteTreibTterian church JOHNTJOffifSTOIT CIVIL JENGINKEB Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All promptly attended to i JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHN1SON Attoratyi at Law the W c 1 T street oppo business MeC KY- JR LOW RATESTO LOUISVILLEACCOUNT KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE VIA Queen Crescent Route Aug 27th3Oth Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rinearson G P A CincinnatiI J Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Sept 20 21 1901 one day only at the New He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found 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 lead to most serious consequences in after life If the eyes of a child need glasses the doctor can deter mine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes and any ageA good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfectly is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m B SWINEBROAD rrORNEY 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 office if there is one or any sets that show any defect I will make a new setFREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Bichmond National Bank RICHMOND KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aid Nature in strengthening and recon the digestive or It lathe latest ant tonic No other preparation approach It in and permanently cure Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults of digestion 11 ilia Boolt ll boutdyspepistB a1lf1fTe PrtMrtd by E 4CO CtfCCMb for glassesto muchcare G set Kodol pIlL st Indl lrSe85OC P41L mecoatalMW tb8ee adjusted a r d can F caw LOCAL TIME SonthbndMixed panes LancMtar ll15Aii Northbnd Mixed 3 z35ril- Nortbbnd Pawcr 2tf2Ail- Sonthbnd U38AK4 CHESAPEAKE OHIO laihrar Time luefct Jnlyl519W 1 i ll T T1 I M STATIONS LTLonlsville 8 30 a aLexington 1120am 845am Winchester 1157am 918pm 8 50asa MtSterlinff 1225nu 943pm 925am 706pm 650am Philadelphia 1015am 705pm 1240an 906pm STATIONS LvNewYork 808am 500p Philadelphia 1090am 2 15pm 11 10pm MtSterllng 713am 550am 212pa 7S7am 43SpmK98aa ArEexiagtOB 812am 7 09am 3 1168am SGBpml Through to and from New Twrk e tam 55Op1B 3 JB a a er run OUler trafaal1la Yea car or fa wrtrt 4tLaxDIHw a w ESxaao r a w r pad Tra1ea Baaday ressrTMieas HZO 3 O o Where He- G the PEOPLE 4 e Cv J t V Have 0 Visited 010 d is still confined to bis bed by illness Dr John Batson has returned to his home in Arkansas Branham Beazley has returned from a visit to Lexington Miss Sallie B Adams of El Dorado s visiting the family of S B Henry Miss Georgia Henry has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Miss Georgia Delph of Louisville is visiting Miss Mary Benge this week Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained in hercharming mannerTuesday evening Miss Vincennes Walker has returned from Hustonville and is visiting Airs Dorcas Walker Mrs Marian Griffin of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs George Smith Danville avenue Mr and Mrs J A Roland of Eldo r rado Ark are visiting the family of Mr Solon Henry Mr Roy Haines of Hlllsboro Ohio is expected today to be the guest of Miss Kittle Mason Mrs Juliet Rogers is much improved this week and about fully recovered from her recent illness Miss Lena Bigney is at home again from several weeks visit to friends and relatives in Boyle county THE latest fad with the girls is said to be halfhose We havent seen any about Lancaster yet however Mrs Katie Hicks Bogie of Marks has been with her aunt Mrs Ansil George who is very ill Miss Rose Dooley has returned to Cincinnati after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs P Dooley Mr J H Gaines of Lexington was over to see his brother E C Gaines who has been very sick with typhoid feverMr John Stone and wife and Mrs Rigney were called to the bedside of their brother Mr Wilkersonof Liber ty Ky Mr and Mrs Tom Eason and two pretty children of Danville were the guests of Mr Marshall Eason and wife Monday Mrs Annie James and daughter Margaret Ward and Nantee Denton of Lexington are guests of Mrs James L Hamilton The Stanford Daily Interior Jour nal did us the honor to run our photo and say some nice things concerning THE RECORD Yours truly boys After a pleasant visit to her par ents Miss Allie P Brown has returned to Louisville where she has a position as bookkeeper for the National Coal Iron Co Mrs Sue Dunn and son Mr Sable Dunn of Winnsboro S Mrs S M Boone of Fort Worth Texas are visiting their brothers Messrs Alex and Jessie Doty W B Jarvis and wife were called from Decatur Illinois to the bedside of their son Dr Warren Russell who is dangerously ill of typhoid fever at hiS home in Gravel Switch Ky Misses Ollie and Eula Lexington Mollie Hendren of Kirks ville Bessie Gulley of McCreary Eth el West of this city have been Mrs Wm Lear the past week The most earnest love maker wesaw on the press trip was Col Bill Sher idan formerly train dispatcher over on the K D now holding down a similar position at Earl ington If Sheridan talked to 500 women it is certain he made love to 500 that day Sheridan is all right and the press boys have a warm spot in their hearts Rice Benge relatives r 1 bury C Jacksontof I Y r I i i l I 1 i i I R I and I visiting I for him Dick Anderson is reported quite sickof fever Mrs A B Moore is in Crab Orchard for several weeks I C Wesley isspending a week at Dripping Springs Mr W B Moss has returned from a trip to Bell county Mrs Sam Deatherage has returned to her home in Richmond Miss Nellie Dillon left Saturday for a visit to relatives in Stanford Mrs Tankersley and baby have been visiting Mrs J W Pumphrey Miss Bessie Bourne of Hubble has Miss Nellie Dillon Miss Fannie Doty is in Stanford visiting her sister Mrs Lewis Doty Judge J C Robinson and wife are rusticating at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Mary Bate of Iowa is the guest of her cousin Mrs Mattie Dun can Miss Bettie Anderson is ington visiting her sister Mrs W T BrowningMiss Robinson has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in CynthianaMr Mrs JEStormes left Thurs day for several weeks sojourn at Mill boro Springs Va Mr James Doores and sister Miss Bettie have been spending several weeks in the country Miss Katie Smith of Bichmondhas been visiting the families of Messrs Alex and James Denny Miss Christine Bradley and Mr Jno Burnside attended the hop at Stan ford Friday evening Miss May Saunders and sister of Stanford have been guests of Misses Rella and Allie Arnold Miss Amy Davidson joined a party of Richmond friends at Crab Orchard Springs for two weeks stay Mr Horace Herndon has accepted a position as traveling salesman for a Louisville qeensware house Mrs E P Faulconer and daughter Miss Pearl of Danville have veen vis iting Mr and Mrs Joseph Faulconer Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts has re turned from a delightful visit to her aunt Miss Mae Wareof Hopkinsville Misses Katie Simpson Florence Harris Messrs Dave Walker and Will Walker attended the Hustonville fairMiss Lucy Ford of Lexington and Miss Gena Bush of St Louis were entertained this week by Mrs T W ReidMessrs Harry Robinson Ben Hern don and Frank Marksbury were in Hustonville and attended fair and hop Mr Jim Burdett of Chicago is the guestof his cousin Paul Miller Be is a son of Geo D Burdett and holds a position on the Chicago American Hes a bright young fellow Al Warren of the Stanford was in town Tuesday and made us a pleasant call He likes newspa per work very much and is making a hand and a half at the business Livingston Colonel Mrs George Pope went to Lancaster Saturday to attend the funeral of the child of Mr and Mrs L P Gray that died on Fri day at Lebanon Junction P Wat Hardin is down about his old hannts in Garrard county fishing The following announcement has been received Mr andMrsFrancis Heitman announce the marriage of thair daughter Mary Frances to Mr Overton Curtis Pierce Monday Aug ust 29th hundred and one Washington D C Mr Pierce is the popular son of Mr Curtis Pierce of in Lexing visitors r 1 Mrs been visiting S Democrat nineteen ifIIIIi olllloooooololooooloooeolloooqol Now Mr Hunter Dove shooting is here have the celebrated Winchester loaded with Du pout Nitro which we will Sell as long as they last for SO cts a box You will do well to supply in these shells aynwhete else g i 1 h i11 7 sf AJpwjJv S Au 1 t jtit rti fi fHr if Li f J H I 1 We Blue Rival Shell Powder engage your I advanceas you cannot c get at that low pricei Fiisbies Store1- f r r 4 a 4 ti 1 this county and his many Lancaster friends wish them much happiness Mr W S Embry attended the Hus tonville fair Jim Anderson has accepted a place with the civil engineers Wi B Burton returned from a business trip to St Louis Miss Bessie Batson is at home again from a visit to Hustonville Miss Maggie Burnside of Barbour ville is with relatives in this city Miss Pattie Burnside of Barbour ville is the guest of Miss Mary Gill Uncle Dave Arnold of Nicholas ville has been with his son Mr Wm ArnoldMiss Dove Harris left Friday for a visit to her nephew Mr Sam Ander son of Gallatin Tenn Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a delightful visit to relatives in HarrodsburgMrs Henry of Eldorado Ark is visiting her parents Mr Jake and wife Mrs William Greenleaf of St Lou is is expected in a few days to visit Mrs Emma Kauffman Danville ave nue Mr Jotn B Pilcher of Louisville spent Sunday in this city with Miss Lucy Ford the handsome guest of Julia Reid Frank Pumphrey of the Somerset Republican is spent a few days with with his parents Mr and Mrs J W PumphreyMr Elkin of Atlanta Ga expected this week visit to his father and sisters Capt Elkin and Misses Sallie and Mattie Richmond Register Miss Nellie Bourne of Garrard county has re turned home after a visit to Miss Ma mie Pickles on Broadway Lexington Herald Rev Robert Graham Frank of Philadelphia is expected in a few days to make a short visit to his brother and sisters Mr Ashbrook Frank and the MissesFrank of Sixth street and also relatives in NicholasvilleDanville Miss Katharine Hood one of Shelby Citys prettiest sweetest and most domestic young la dies went to Hustonville Monday to spend the fair week with her numer ous relatives there Mr and Mrs Dave Dunn are visiting relatives in GarrardMr T Mason of Chicago is visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Mason George Is one of the many Lancaster boys who hav worked up to the top of the business ladder He is one of the cleverest of fellows and al ways meets a warm reception in this his old home The Danville Advocate says that our good friend Bud James of Harrodsburg will on the 19th be married to Miss Mattie Bell of Trip left Mo Miss Bell is said to be a young lady of many accomplishments and we know she will get a mighty good husband PBEACHERSYILLE J H Rigsby bought a nice gelding for 75 Willie C Rigsby has gone to Cincin nati on business Walter Warren sold 50 lambs to S Morgan for 2i to 3c J B Hutchins is attending the Teachers Institute at Lancaster- J F Holtzclaw has been delivering corn to Stanford at 320 per barrel Rev Wm C Hutchins was called to preach at Brodhead last Saturday and SundayThe Association will meet here on Tuesday after the 4th Sunday in this monthD Anderson had five fat hogs to die last week while driving them to the scales J F Holtzclaw of this place was nominated for assessor on the republi can ticket The drouth was broken Tuesday by a fine rain which promises to be abundantly sufficient B D Holtzclaw has sold several loads of hay to Harris for 60 cents on the cars at Crab Orchard Rev B H Hobbs has commenced a protracted meeting at Hebron by Rev F T Mclntire of London Mrs Bettie Archer and children of Burgin are visiting her sister Mrs J B Hutchins this weak Miss Alzie Thompson of Mt Vernon is visiting her relatives here few days Revs and Wm Sprinkles has returned from Pittsburg re port a fine meeting at that place J W Cummins and Miss Mellie Hobbs were visiting at Stanford Saturday Miss Lena Hobbs of Lancaster was mixing with old friends here first the week Pate Parrish and wife M F Holer and wife spent Sunday at Dripping Springs and report a nice time 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 Friable im The mariwho boasts of being able to spell every word correctly may not be much good at any thing else James White Bryantsyille Ind says DeWittsr Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both Legs He had suffered f are Doctors failed to help him O b DeWittg Accept w imitations JP P FrUbie lm S7T rf V fL rkiJ f t i Robinson is fora M J fora G G Ragan I F 2 zJ 7 p y T has assisted and o P rig w N6WS Government work has begun on Bar men and Green rivers Byrne Jarboe an aged farmer died suddenly Marion county Mayfield firms damaged by fire are suing the local water campany The new Methodist training school will be located at Smiths Grove Kruger the Boers will not peace propositions to Great ainRobert R Rea died suddenly at Madison Indiana while riding with fianceeTwo laundrymen skipped out of Bowling Green leaving credit ors to mourn Mrs Josephine Dashault wife of a promineut man demolished saloon at Sandusky Ohio Alvin Percy Stone of Leitchfield Ky was a lucky one in farm lottery Reno O T George and Joseph Prothers were killed by lightning near Bloomington Ind A Prewitt a prominent farmer of Henry county died as a result be ing kicked by a mule Mrs Sarah McDowell Ballard wid ow of Judge Bland Ballard died sud denly of heart disease During the first three months of the PanAmerican Exposition the was 2724908- A lunatic who wont eat and a lun atic who attempted murder made things brisk at Nicholasville John Coleman a prominent Pendle ton county farmer was thrown from the train and killed at Uma Station Bloodhounds are being used in an effort to capture the bandits who held up the B and O limited near Chicago The family of Banker Thomas W Long was rescued from their burning home at Hopkinsville just as the roof fellGeorge H Phillips the corn king has transferred all of his trades to McReynolds Co His accounts are tangledNear Sherburhe Minn a prosper ous farmer killed a woman and her illegitimate child and then commit ted suicide A Berlin scientist who ascended about six and onethird miles in a found temperature of fortysix degrees below zero Mrs John T Hemming of Central City W Virginia and three children were drowned by the capsizing of a boat in the Ohio river At Pleasureville Pa Mrs Sarah Knaub was accidentally shot by her sister She didnt know she was wounded for ten minutes when she fell over and died It is said that J H McNamara the prominent young Lexington man wanted for the murder of Jacob is said to have been located in Washington State Joseph Huffaker the Louisville real estate man figures in a transaction involving 18000 acres of Kentucky land It is thought that thedeal pre ceds mining development of the ter ritoryGov Beckham Las offered a reward of 200 for the arrest of Rchard Cook who killed W H Cravens last at a saw mill Cook hit his victim on the back of the head with a heavy handspikeMiss Jackson eighteen years of age was killed in Clay county near Manchester by Will Hubbard her sweetheart From the best informa tion received the killing was Hubbard shooting the young lady while showing her a recently purchas ed pistol The couple it is said were to have been married in the fall SEA SHORE EXCURSIONS Via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway- to Old Point and Ocean Va Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lexington is in charge o the hotel at Ocean View and has made a special rate of 250 per day and 14 per week for C 6 excursionists Ocean View is one of the most pop ular resorts on the coast in full view of the Ocean and has a fine smooth beach To Atlantic City On July 18th and August 15th the C 0 will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City at 1400 good returning twelve days privileges will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good going lar Sleeping car berths will be 400 through in each direction Arrange vacation for one of these trips The C 0 offer a diversity of scenery en route unsur passed by any other line to the east Send in your names for sleeping car Do not wait until the last few days what train you will go on noon or night train and advise To New York and Return The C O will sell round trip tickets York daily at 3270 going return frig via Washington at 3445 going and returning via Old Point and the Old Dominion ongoing via Washington and returning via Point or vice versa or returning York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets will be good ten days including date of sale and one over be Washington Baltimore or at Buffalo Write for full Geo W Bauncy DlviR A Lexington Ky ff a a In says Brit atEl farmers of attendance a winter accidental View onregu trainS Old stop l1 wed at information f N CENE Mi renew balloon Keller Comfort Stopover your can accommodations Ascertain toeand Steamer New will i S r x4 r Miss Ida Ray has graduated at Gunns Chapel and has received her diplomaWoods Burton better known as Dick who has been very sick is out again Messrs Sebastin and Hurt have moved their tent farther down the river to try ther luck at fishing The steamer Falls City ran an ex cmrsion from Valley View to High Bridge last Wednesday Several from Garrard county went all report an en joyable time STONE Mrs T L Sanders is able to be out again after several days illness Scotts Fork church looks much since putting on a new dress of white Miss Myrtle Moberley entertained a number of her friends at her home SundayA from Mt Hebron attend ed preaching here Saturday and Sun day night Rev Finnihiner ofLexington filled the pulpit at Scotts Fork Saturday and Sunday night instead of Rev MeldrumThe ran excursion last Wednesday and Sunday from Val ley View to High Bridge Many pas sengers were taken on at Sugar Creek landingMiss Ray of Buckeye spent Sunday her grandmother Mrs George Anderson Master Johnnie Bruner is spending several days with his cousin Miss Linne Preston ber from here attended a croquet party at Mr James Crawfords afternoon Mr James Sanders of Judson spent Sunday with Mrs L L Sanders and family Miss Bessie McSwerry spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Jewel Sanders and attended preaching at Scotts Fork Miss Jewel Sanders visited her aunt Mrs Peachie Grow of Orchard Grove last week BETTIS Robert Hamilton is erecting a new dwelling on his farm which he te cently bought H B Cox sold to W B Burton of Lancaster 36 acres of corn at 15 per acre in the field Rev James E Wolford will preach at the Pleasant Hill school house Sun day afternoon August 11 at 3 oclock A nice rain has fallen and has done lots of good for the community farm ers say the corn crop will be fair yet if the rrin continues Mrs Wm Watkins is improving slow ly after having chills for several weeks E S Bourne is on the sick list Mr Kinnaird and Jim Bourne attended the Hustonville fair and vis ited the formers grandmother Mrs Talitha Floyd There was a picnic given on the river near Charlie Ad amss on Saturday last Miss Essie Current and Aggie Bourne visited Misses Sue and Minnie Bourne at Hedgeville Friday Roy and Ed Arnold of Danville spent Saturday night and Sunday with MrThomps Arnold and wife Misses Lucy Mar see Dean and Hendrickson of Marks bury visited Mrs John Collier night Dont be satisfied with temporary relief from indigestion Kodol Cure permanently and removes this complaint It relieves permanently because it allows tired stomach perfect rest 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 goop F P Frisbie When a boy begins to wash his face without being told he is passing thro the ordeal of his first love affair My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea says J H Doak of Wil liams Oregon We were unable to 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 For sale E McRoberts druggist The imprudent man reflects on what he has said and the prudent man on what he is going to say P T Thomas Sumterville Ala I was suffering from dyspepsia when I commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I 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 It sometimes happens that a mans a bit of fiction founded on fact Boe It Pay tfi Mar Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possble for you then in either case take the only remedy that has introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Bpscbees Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues thgeraidiseaee allays gfragagood nightsrest and cures the Try Besom meBdedmanyjeftKbyalldruggist inf the world Get Prize Alma nac at Stormes Drugstore GJLtjS better FansCity Anum 1 the byR tOOk restoring wo hairis warmer u ftt1oPcan expectoratIODt 7 1S Diamond Saturday Tuesday NI Dyspepsia completely Dieting cure r been German destroy but gatient one bottle Greens a 2- r i- r Mixed IPaints Guaranteed ft Our are i t tt It It tS PURE DRUGS I Toilet I o Cigars Tobacco f 1 i Articles MCROBERTS r I f I Madison Institute RICHMOND KY A HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS X W McGarvey Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers were educated at the leading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant records as instructors everyone i specialist in her department Music exceptionally strong Good table location beautiful and health one serious case of sickness in 1 2 years No fussy teachers employed Frequent illustrated lectures by the principal on his travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Send for catalogue ise THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock v 25000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 00 Address all correspondence to Home Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Good 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 DUE ME This notice is meant for ALL indebted to me and I trust yQu will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and ex pense of calling in person Sallie D Tillett The Time For TORNADOES m Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been 5 greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3 VIOLENT WINDS jHave your property insured against 3 loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind 3 storms It costs but R KINNAIRD department fulonly r Ii r N I ALL mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm E E 5 3 iUiUiUUJ1UU U1UU 1U UU1U1UU1U1U1UU lUU I I recent r a b o a L lB r rr r E littler E sal4n n vise o 1 l w r IV A Lcasterf 1Q4 DRUGSTORE T t I i August 12 13 14 15 16 and 17 19OI 3OOOO RAND IGANTIC p A URSE REMIUM s MUSEMENTTTRACTION 3OOOO 6RHIIO CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 TRO rrlNot- Ub IILEt sroCK AND ART S1lIB1Ta I Kt LIVE 5svnoo s ssooonII INCLUDINCLIII G AND THE MOST n sU I IZZLING PER ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Everlfevtaedfcrttt ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION RATES en AU RAILROAM EC SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOS ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN cy LEXINGTON KVi I E A Mt Or Staimeetings Second and Fourth Ttt day ntjhteiMembers tot sis terfces fratenially invited LaDdrIIL tO 7 ltf I G t t 1f ilJ II YJt effa Pythis Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis icing Knights fraternally invitr k j J WSVJEENKY C Cif G B DJ1tRaSt are t SW bushels shelled oats 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds Mason For Sale Black jack white points foaled 1896 By McQuerry Hammock Ky tf Two thousand Angora goats were recently sold in Kansas City at a price ranging from 350 to 12 per bead The damage to crops by the droutb in Iowa during the last few weeks is estimated at 15000000 to 20000000 A representative of the United States Department of Agriculture found scabbies to exist among sheep at several places in Franklin county Success in pork production demands as does every other business in tbese days of close competition constant and intelligent thought and attention and can be secured by independent thought and methods as often as in any other way Members of the Mississippi Valley Apple Growers Association report that no part of the territory in the association will produce over 60 per cent of a crop and in places not over 10 or 15 per cent of a crop will be marketed In cases of cough or croup give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in a little while It never fails Pleasant to take always safe sure and almost in effect F P Frisbie Apiarists say the honey crop this season is almost a total failure The white clover crop was very small and the dry weather cut short the summer blossoms There will be little or none to sell and many colonies of bees will doubtless have to be fed to bring them through the winter On August 8th 1901 promptly at two oclock p m Mrs Anna F Quis enberry will sell at auction on the grounds of the New Central Ken tucky Fair Association at Danville 20 registered Jersey cows and heifers from her celebrated herd The breed ing and individuality of these cattle are firstclass Apply for catalogue to Robt T Quisenberry Danville Ky Previous to July 1st a tariff duty was imposed on all horses and mules entering Mexico from the United on purebred purposesTjnlyT On July 1st however all tariff duties were on our horses and mules and we can now ship to that country duty free It is thought that this will open up a new and profitable market for horses and mules According to the reportofState Commissioner of Agriculture Nail the crops in Kentucky have been serious ly affected by the drouth Corn and tobacco have suffered severely while the potato crop in many sections of the State has been ruined Since July 1 corn has fallen off 30 points in con dition tobacco 23 points and hemp 28 points while only 79 per cent of an average wheat crop was harvested 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 Doctors were scarce and theyseldom heard ofAppendicitis Ner vous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens AugustFlower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Stormes Drugstore Teacher lanUtate The colored Teachers Institute will be held at Court House Lancaster Ky beginning August 12th and con tinuing five days Instructor CM Reynolds Richmond Ky Common School Laws of The County Superintendent shall the certificate of any teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend the full session of the Institute unless the Superintendent shall be fully sat isfied that such failure has been caus ed by actual sickness or other disabil ity On Monday July 29 at County Su perintendents office an examination for students who desire to attend State College will be held This exr aminatlon is competitive and allstudents the ages of 14 and 24 years are eligible E J Supt Occasions do not make a man they only show kwhat there is in him a in a jtC 4 Wanted500 JoeBlackburn J T represented many instantaneous tat exc 1S for removed tour July fo ness ofstituteKen ccky revoke LuskCo 1l 1 ji FAmCARDt1 Hamilt N I TH far in of i A Great Scheme The editor said em all Im dead Ill stretch out on the table Theyre bound to pay put me away rainydaywork the scheme if youre able And he stretched him And there seemed no doubt the man was dead as Hector they all drew near To his seeming bier And the money they owed him there And the corpse was the bill collector He heard them Saw the cash piled high tingleAsReached out for the pile While in just ten secjnds they made a mile And danced a jig to its jingle Ex POINTS ON PLOWING the Soil to the Greatest Ad vantaKe I aa Art Vaderatood fcjr Very Few Farmer A farmer should be quite a chanic in his nature to tilling the soil to the greatest tage So many farm operations are more or less mechanical in their na ture that the man without a mechan ical turn is sure to do many things from well This is especially true the matter of plowing Thousands acres are plowed each season the best results of which are not expe rienced simply because the furrows were not turned properly Take Fig for instance Much plowing is to seen where as in this case the furrows are standing on edge little inclined beyond the perpendicular h O f uTe outlay flAn be ng medsuccec Ivana f p I 2 In sod But DIFFERENCE IN FURROWS this position the upper part of the will not decay but will keep on growing sending up shoots between furrows to the annoyance of the cultivator With furrows set like those in Fig 1 there is a constant falling back into the furrow after plow has passed which makes ex ceedingly bad work The furrows in Figs 2 and 3 are well turned and the sod will be en covered when the harrow has how shallower plowing permits a more complete turning of the sod shallow plowing of sod is not generally desirable especially if witch grass is in it A good deal depends upon the plow as well as upon the plowman if a furrow is to be well turned It takes skill to fashion a mold board that will do the best kind of work and not had skill expended upon them Dont buy a plow until you know from the work of the same make of plows that the share will turn the furrow neatly and deftly and that too without the necessity a con stant coaxing on the part the one holding the handles Under good average conditions a firstclass the workman of much hard labor Fig 4 shows a common and poor result of using haste in plowing old ground that is ground that was planted the season before In his haste to get over the ground rapidly the plowman often tries to carry too wide a furrow with a result that a portion of the soil in each furrow is not moved at all This is shown in the dotted portion This cannot well happen in plowing sod the whole furrow is held together by the grass roots and must all rise to But in old land the earth is crumbly and rolls up over a part that is not moved at all As the bb ject of plowing old land is to lighten the soil and expose it to the action the air there is no small loss in by stirring for too wide a fur N Y Tribune Making aa Asparagus Bed To prepare a bed for asparagus take the warmest mellowest land you have spade it deep in September and work in lots of horse manure Also use salt freely say half a bushel tc square rod You can raise the young plants from seed or get roots from a gardener or some neighbor Set out early spring after a deep and thorough spading Keep clean and let grow two years if plants are little so as to get strong roots Then the spring of the third year you can begin to cut for your table Use sharp Knife and cut slanting After the middle of June let grow Cover well with coarse horse manure in winter and loosen between roots with a fork early in the spring Ella Hess in Agricultural of a by he for for of fir ly over the land Fig 3 shows unfortunate it is plows have plow will almost run row i to the pas it sed many of- fo itself reli eying since her red his Epiton nat I MOTHERHOOD I A err W M rn SENT FREE ought to sense advice saves pam and aoxiety One or more copies plain xIts Ttefls the tile readers c of expectant mothers they will do them a great favor booksentto Addressthepubl bers I l I i M 1 J i I I I sent upon to L r LJj u11 iiu w i thanO a tLLV I14 L lug hasIS 1 t idMi G1IVI TACTICS OF BANDITS flow was it ever possible for half a lozeri men to ride into a small town like rob a bank and ride asked a reporter of a man in New York who knew the Younger brothers and the James boys The question came up in a talk about the report that Cole and Jim Younger are to be paroled from the Minnesota penitentiary where they have been since 1876 The reporter had discussed many his holdups and compared the bandits of a few years ago with the modern prod Oct of today much to the advantage of the former Their dashing methods to his sense of a In print the modern holdup was a tame af fair compared to some of those in history Such a thing was the reply could not be done so easily now as in 1876 Bank bery requires nerve of a peculiar order Inever engaged in the business myself but at one time of ray knew men who did I was personally acquainted for instance with the and the Jameses Left to themselves the James boys would never have been successful in bank robbery They were better at holding up stage coaches iiid railroad trains But to answer your question directly the Xorthfield bank af fair will illustrate the method The gang that rode into Minnesota did not plan any particular robbery It was i sort of bandits outing party rode into Minnesota leisurely The part was composed of Cole Jim and Bob Younger Frank antI Jesse James Charley Pitts Bill and Clell Miller They were well mounted The Youngers were the brains of the party They were always men of good presence Bob was as handsome wen trained athlete He always impressed worn en favorably Jim was the politician of the trio lie could talk to nina and get their confidence Cole was more reserved but he could have joined any church on his first application His early training was in a religious direction These three visited some of the resorts in Minnesota before the Northfield affair came off They learned a good deal in their visits about towns about the people for you must remember that they were away off their compass when they were in Minne sota Thats why they touched elbows with the people at the resorts When the season was over they knew the best place to strike They knew how to get into Northfield and how to get out of it had about 2000 people Itwas a quiet town They didnt dash into it as some people think That isnt the way raids on banks were made in those It was a common occurrence for men to ride into town as they did They tied their horses to a rack near the bank They stood on the corner as countrymen do in a small town and talked polities as you and I would At the same time they were taking note of the people They tarried on the tor tier at the hour of noon and after for that was the time when people in a town like North field were at dinner They eat in such towns at noon There were people astir then than at any other hour While they were talking the other mem hers of the gang having undoubtedly had some sort of signal came whooping and shouting down the main street These were Jim and Cole Younger Bill Chadwell and Clell Miller Every one of them had been with Quaiitrcll and as they rode they ut tered the rebel yell It was new in Minne sota Naturally it startled the few people on the street Ill venture to say that if a man should gallop down Broadway at its busiest hour and fire and yell it would startle the As soon as Bob Younger and his two friends saw that the people on the street were confused they added to the confusion by running about shouting Get off tiestreet You know how easy it is for one man to control a panicstricken crowd He can either make it run like scared animals or he can if he is cool round it up to a standstill You have seen instances of both kinds here in New York The cry of Get off the street was a new one in that quiet town That it was uttered by strangers made no difference People in a panic dont reason If they did there would be fatalities Bob Younger knew this He and Cole and Jim planned tlte whole thing in advance Get the people scared and they would run to their houses The moment Bob Younger saw the peo pIe on the run he and Pitts and James rushed into the bank They had however flushed the game The scare outside had penetrated the bank The cashier Hay wcod had time to fathom the situation He slammed the inner door of the vault shut and locked it lIe must have been an unusually quick man mentally as welt as physically His act disconcerted even such men as Bob Younger and Jesse James The latter lost his head He drew a knife across Hay woods throat to scare him and make him open the safe didnt scare There are few men who will not quail at the touch cold steel Jesse James raved Two clerks in the bank escaped and were shot at Bob Younger knew this was a mis take and left the bahk Jesse James but turned fired and killed Hay wood It was bad business It only infu riated the town There was no necessity for James shoot ing after he knew the safe door was closed Besides the uproar at the gave the town time to think and the citizens went after the bandits who rode out of town on gallop Bill Chadwell and Chill Miller were on the way out In this case the warning to the people to get off the street was given too soon If Haywood had not had the warning he probably would have given in I read a statement credited Jim Younger sonic tinie ago in which said Jesse James was not at the Northfield bank raid I dont believe Jim Younger ever said that There was nothing to be gained such a statement He knew James was dead Frank James was not in the raid but he to was on guard As the bandits rode away joined them He was taken sick that ia how Jesse James escaped love Frank was always like that awoman has her child He escaped and took Frank nn Tn this way they rode by night and secreted themselves by day Sometimes Jesse left Frank in a thicket entered a town on his route and bought medicine returned to the sick brother min istered to him and at night they resumed their ride This continued until they so reached Missouri and a Kansas City doctor took charge of Frank and nursed him back the most exciting recitals 1 ever beard N Y Sun Finding to Do Good Doing a little good is better than dp no good But doing good as we have opportunity is even better than doing a little good for every one of us opportunity of doing good in more than one way and usually to than one person everyday of Therefore let us do good as we have opportunity and watch for dp portunities Our oppor and to meet them will grow with its exercise All of do a Times Dinner aud- i e f ble i ifJ Fi 7 i North Eild appealed goodstory life 1 Chad well asa North field Charleycreating a jistol crowds no Haywood cursedand followed ban with him the of in the Iknew doctor I had from His account of tluatrde was one moreThi let us scan r it a t h Luni grea Mum way one They the I pommel his sad lIe ealth right there town well and the stot lips Opportunities ou rives powerto find hifties t deal of goodS r in are of be one in the At it a an we the Is lar our our our nial we we A to to was or dad still and ue APPRECIATION A Beantltnl Incident in the Lire or a Singer a Koble Trait season how good it is There too many good words spoken out season when they do not plish what they would have done if spoken in season There are flowers on coffin lids which would have looked better in tliQ hands of the living We forget thats all If only could form the habit of being and appreciative all day long to everyone who helps make life happy what sunshine there would in the world Here is a leaf out of lifes story well worth the telling Emma Nevada the little California nightingale when singing in Paris evening was accompanied in a most delicious manner by the flutist the orchestra The audience was puzzled at times to distinguish be twcen the notes of the flute and those of tIle singer Suddenly through nervousness Miss Nevada forgot the words of her song and stopped flutist without a break vised a few sparkling variations which enabled her to regain her breath and recollect her lost phrases the end of the duet two powdered j footmen advanced from the wings with a gigantic basket of flowers sent I from Rome Nevada immediately stooped selected the finest rose and advancing to the footlights handed to the flutist The poor man was entirely overcome at this unusual i recognition of his talent It was a little thing and soon forgotten no doubt by the great singer but in the life of the humble flutist it was a wondrous joy to be remembered with thrill of delight for years to come Baptist Union A SPIRITUAL TONIC Dally Exercise In the Practice of Self Denial to Be Strongly lice onimended doctrine that there is no use exercising selfdenial unless some worthy end is to be served by it is subject to the important qualification that the habit of selfcontrol is itself end worthy of any cost John Stuart Mm advises us every day refrain from doing something want to do to do something that involves sacrifice and hardship for sake of strengthening the spirit not that as wise as to take regu exercise for the sake of the body jjuch said today about the stren UOUS life Tlie intent of most of is toward producing a P1111300118 and rather brutal type of character The true field for the ex ercise of the strenuous life is not in relation to other people but in relation to ourselves We are own worst enemies and the of Mm is exceedingly wise Itdoes not differ much from that of Paul Cor 92327 It may be said that in every life opportunities enough for the exercise of selfde arise every daj where it is a duty That may or may not be so just man may or may not get physical exercise enough when about ordinary tasks Even then it is a plan to bring new muscles into play A little of the heroic that make for ourselves not because have to but because we want to cultivate that mood is an admirable spiritual Watchman DUTY TO THE LIVING Sorrowful Heart No Valid Excuse tor Shutting the Sunlight Out of Other Lives matron of the younger lady with whom Yes answered the other Her two little boys whom she had brought out see a street parade were by her side and as the questioner passed on a thought of the possible bearing of the remark brought the tears to the youngp TO me here I have no right to bury my children she said appealingly a friend She was right Her sorrowful heartno excuse for shutting her little ones away from the innocent pleasures barring the sunlight out of theirlives The sacrifice of the living tq the is not corifinetl P heathen lands s only common all about us and families are subjected to for the sake of a grief which calls itself sacred but is really selfish The room must remain closed as the dead brother left it however it may be whichitsbe opened for the pleas be done Whatever befalls we have no right to allow our mourning darken other lives In terior Heat Spoil the DacklinRB They will stand almost anything but they cannot endure too much heat common troubles is that the ducklings get weaklegged almost invariably the poultry pa pers say that it is too rich feeding that does it The minute you begin to over heat them the legs grow soft and large they cannot stand up and the bill grpws so soft that they cannot pickup food It really comes from too much heat They are particularly suscepti ble to the heat of the sun most invariably a fact that if you let them get thirsty and thengive them water arid let them go into the sun they will have and most of them will die G H Pollard in Farm and Home The highest thought is living fo fen in the world live for self the aim of all born in Adam It mak be a very cultivated self or a Very low mean self But center ia self Gods word comes and tnat the highest aim in 9 live for In order to Sod something must call it faith conversion new birth born again Tnese areVBi It eaiw a change rticwkiHi Jw I rV X V L f H Aisr r S isen om I i I I hut j I i I 1 j The wise man said A word lone roband I I I t The of I is counsel 1 asa his good tonicBoston summershe had been conversing mothers Did she see living tic too whose hardship more cannot member hast of the most E It al God s tis 1man I u 7 ii I i I II i One man c 2 Exemplifying sp ac eful proira hilt ti selfassert sis men teaches is God for to and tern SORES AND ULCERSSores and Ulcers never become chronic Unless time blood is in poor sluggish unable to throw off poisons that accumulate in it The SyStem must be relieved of the unhealthymatter through the sore and life should it heal before the blood hasbeen made and healthy all impurities eliminated from sys the cure first cleansi and invigorating the blood i up the and removing from conditionis weakand I ing me system morbidtall effete matter and how even else says When this has been accomplished the discharge gradually ceases and the sore or It the tendency of these oldindolent sores to grow worse and worse to the bones Localapplications while soothing and to someextent alleviate cannotreach the seatof the trouble S S S does andno matter apparently hopeless condition your constitution has broken down it relief when the sore and nourish the debilitated diseased body Mr J B Talbert Lock MissSix years aoo my leg from the knee toone solid sore Several physicianstreated me and I made two to Springsbut found no relief J was induced to S S Sit made a complete cure I have beenfectly well man ever nothingcan It supplies the rich pure was and a per I t t Sss A CONSTANT DRAM UPON THE known contains no poisonous minerals to the digestion and vegetable is in c A pu0 took says was in some him was if said him or On and days and curs relieve your bad condition and ordinaryis apt to become chronic r Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case We make no for this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA business man is so scru exact in all his transactions that every time he pays a visit he in sists upon taking a receipt for it A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy two doses and was entirely cured Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor lIe used them for three or four days without relief then called another doctor who treated him for days and gave him no relief so discharged him I went over to see the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fix been running off so long that it almost bloody flux I asked him he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he No I went home and brought my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen 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 CHEAP RATES Via the Chesapeake and Ohio By August 3rd and 7th August 24th to the 28th inclusive the Merchants Association rates of one onethird fare on the Certificate plan will be in effect on the C 0 The round trip rate on this basis from Lexington and Winchester will be 34 and tickets will be good to stop over at Washington Baltimore and Phila delphia and good returning thirty from date of sale The C O is the only line from Lexington with double daily Sleeper Dining Car service to New York and Easter points Write for sleeper to berths or any information desired Geo W Barney Div Pass Agent of Lexington 3Cy Colorado ExcursionS Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account Summer Ex Ask TicketAgents for W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati nod ore nrl add to rather Ulan suffer ings If your flesh does not heal readily when scratched bruised or cut your e westside that they Ithad parBu sly inclusive 4 ons ars iu ties feet O the following attractionsers Annual Meeting Imoerial Conneil No OF T THE MYSTIC SHRINE II Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th In I PLUS 200 SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st 1901 I GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH June Jply August arid September One Fare lor tie RoiM Trip PLUS 200 further information call on or Qi address II Traveling assAgt Louisville Ey Agt St Louis 200 One Fare for the Trip Lea neleetin t 1 I 1GM HEWS lH t i For Gen Roll orih C TQWNSiIND Pass Ticket DAVIDSON ft Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of ageneral 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 pleasecall at thelaw office of R L Davidson over Stormes store and list theirproperty for sale withus We will advertise it extensively in theCENTRAL RECORD also Kviinn1Knic charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirectly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgagesreleased etc without extra charge alaeady listed with us Below is a partial list of the prop LAND RAM and business cards and make no If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to youradvantage by it with us i 1 S bo of No ess and Lot in Ky Pine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new nail veVy convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway 3 verandas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings burn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything Is new and convenient Price is right and torms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Proprty is Cheap and On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and 5 feet deep or 125 feet deep if desired a part of tlfo Dr Hill property Splendid build lug site for a nice residence In a good neigh and one of the Lest residence portions the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of lUll street adjacent to item 1 70 feet front on Hill street 305 feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in ex neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Plnca of the land has been In grass but is now under cullivutiou 20 ucres of good tobacca or hemp laud the rest is rich and productive failing water and tencing In good repair Land has been well treated 13 story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cisternnew barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheat and COrn remainder In grass Stock water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn Ice house and all nec outbuildings splendid cistern etc worth what we want foi It No 14 600 Acres of Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near and East of Flat River on the Railroad This landis rich in Coal a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upou it No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in PoUeys Bend ofKentucky In Garrard county about 4 miles north of Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Land Polleys Bend is fast increasing in value 4No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard County about 8 acres under cultivation balance in grass clover timothy and blue grass Good pasture land under good fence and well watered by springs and pouds 12 acres in orchard In fruiting prime best voile of all kinds of fruit The house is not a mansion but a good substantial country dnrel ling 1J storys hieh with a store room 38x20 About 1 mile from Lawsons School House and 2 miles from Good Hope Baptist church Examine this property If you want to buy 15 Vacant Lot on South Side Water street between Lox ington and Paulding j Lancaster 75 feet front on Water street feet In depth ThIs lot Is held at a very on reasonable price No 1 house win go Quick O P 4 leer of86 fruIt- Ing Well County Kr Southern River Groom anjoiningit cell McCre hood ent Mud I ary netCincin ena ye 100 of on ry No Farm of JO Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek across the Garrard and Rockcastle lineAll bottom land level and productive never stock water 1 story log house and allnecessary outbuildings Possession given af Price within the reach ofmen of moderate means No 9 House and Lot inDanville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 417 feet deep Nice residences are building till around this property proper ty In this location Is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on side of Dan Known as and I9S feet in depth House Is a twostoryframe buildings large commodious and con both inside and outside stairways roomslarge and house well ventilated House hasbeen lately remodeled and extensively urn proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at arock bottom price Possession given whendesired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksrille Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acres of splendid hemp or tobacco land 75 acres In nce under cultivation watered by neverfailing springs Place is in good repair House barn and good outbuildings Very fine largeand welt selected orchard containing manyvarietiea of A tine hum of moderate size No TwoMilesthe Buckeye Pike acres In grass balanceunder cultivationgood strong land In good repair and wateredby never failing springs Two story frame One of the largest and best barns the conntry are comparatively new 2goodA ery farm near townand In locality Snl phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms necessary outbuildings Place In good repair and healthylocation Will trade for house and lot In Lau No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has 8 large rooms front hallway offixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot Isfeet front 4 17 feet In depth nice stable lotoand large garden Is a good residence portionDanville This property speaks for Itself No 10 Farm of80 Acres at Lo gaua Jessamine County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences Inthe Blue Grass Region with 80 acres of fertilelaud attached situated at Logana In Jessamine county miles from NIcholasvIllea good turnpike and near railroad 5 roomcottage house magniflelent barn and everykind of convenient outbuildings waterevery thing In good repair Good location fordoctor or dairy man No 19 Fam Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles Soutk of BryantsTille and and well fitted for stock g Just failing ter April 1st 1901 North yule property ISms Si grass J lattIcedfruit fiI house 6 rooms and necessary outbuildings Buildings orchards good No 13 House and Lot near UPIcrand lower aU caster handsomelyconstructed Ky5 Rood About miles from Lancaster All goodstrong very under goodand abundantly wateredis 2 ContainIng 6 roomstwo tenant houses good cry and alt other necessary out buildings arethe chnreh school raising bal 6 Avenue I 83f ce use For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson LawOfllee over Stormes store Central Record office 0 R Louis Laudrul4f g3