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J Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy as Second Class Matter NUMJBEM 19 rv LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 15 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i XWIlCXU YEtR ila I hg nttni Jtoth S THE HOME NEWS I rr Hemp knives Passepartout picture binding at Thompsons Xs Buggies Surrey and Phaetons at daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route Farmers Favorite ana the Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros Inceuiie at muul le Rev A R Moore is conducting a meeting at Hubble which is being by large crowds who manifest much interest He will continue for two weeks Three Deaths lu Faculty Prof Akers a member of the faculty of Central University died last week which makes the third death in the faculty of that institution since its consolidation with Centre College a few weeks ago TatteraallB Burned Tattersalls at Lexington which was probably the largest stable in the south caught fire and was burned to the ground Saturday night A great many horses were in the stalls but were gotten out Loss 40000 Correction of Figures In Gov Bradleys interview printed in last issue of THE RECORD the type made him say the costof ing the Queen Crescent would be 2000000 It should have been 7000 000 Proposition For Water Mr Jas I White proprietor of the local stone yard has made a proposi tion to some of our business men which now looks like will be pushed to a successful end His suggestion is for a number of men to subscribe the of 100 each and sink an artesian well There is little doubt but that water can be obtained and if it is suc cessful the cost olpjitting hi will be comparatively small ahd a system will then be established The proposition is meeting withmuch encouragement and we hope by next issue to be able to announce the of the company cost for next at Conns Double t Kentucky attended r Coons thert ays a track sum waterworks formation Bargains in buggies tc at Conns Bbl Conk Shells just received at Thompsons Excursion rates to PanAmerican Expo Queen Crescent Route The Chattanooga Plow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros 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 A traveling musician gave an exhi bition in the park Tuesday He soon had all the goods boxes and chairs around the Square empty the gang going over to hear music Teachers Examination Examinations for white teachers will be held August 10th and 17th Examinations for colored teachers will be held August 23 and 24 All will be held in the Superintendents office The editor is indebted to Capt White for a basket ofvegetables which the Captain raised by his own hands Hes not only the best typesetter in Kentucky but one of the best A TopNotcher The Harrodsburg Democrat blos somed out as a semiweekly this week The paper has always been issued as a weekly but Mr Walton thinks there is a demand for a semiweekly and says if there is no demand then he will create a demand The Democrat stands at the head of the list now and if you want good reading subscribe Rates Reduced The L has made a sweeping reduction in coal rates from the mines to this section which is of great bene fit to the people and should be highly appreciated The new rates are now in effect From the Jellico district the old rate was 145 new rate is now L20 from Grays old rate 140 new rate 125 from Laurel district old rate L35 new rate 115 This is a big thing for the people and will prove a great blessing provided the mine operators do not raise their rates and put the people back where they were I Hancock the gardeners N ATTENTION On August 17 at 3 oclock tat Opera House Lancaster the Mer chants Advertising Club will open Can and distribute the 400 in as advertised Everybody invited to attend epening Seats free There will be a section seats reserved ES PECIALLY FOR LADIES Those who have Tickets they wish to deposit in the Can should bring them in at once fie Logan Dry Lancaster Ky 11 If 0 0 2 p m o 2 o 0 0 Z o 0 o o f 0 o 2 1II lQ j i Goods 9 0o o O 0 o 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 Cash Premiums o o the- o 0 o0o o o 0 0 0o o O o 0- t Q 0 0 0 1e O O 0 0 a 0 Deposit your wheat at Wards mill julyll2t Handsome stock of heavy twilled crash at Josephs Through sleeping cars to Buffalo Queen Crescent Route 150 bushels seed Rye Apply to J A or Fred Yeager jly253t The Danville was a great cess Many from this county attend ed and report a royal time Dont forget the refreshing sherbert and delicious cream and cakes to be served by the C W B M at store room opposite Opera House next Saturday afternoon and night Only ten cents Falls City Crippled The steamer Falls City ran against a ferry wire in the Kentucky river near Tyrone knocking off her smoke stack and pilothouse and injuring two passengers slightly 85OO 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 Special Train Lexington Fair Special train will run daily this week from all points between Williamsburg and Somerset to Lexington and re turn on account Horse Show Fair and Carnival Ask ticket agents for An Oversight In our story of the receipt and de posit of fish in Dix river we uninter tionally omitted the name of one of the prime movers in the work Joe R Robinson who was instrumental securing the fish lie is a Nimrod of no small proportions and we regret the oversight In Your Coal Local coal dealers say the prospects are favorable for a coal famine winter as the miners are on a and threaten more trouble The mines are furnishing plenty of coal now and the dealers say that it will be a wise move to lay by your winter coal now Baptist Association The South District Association of Baptists will meet on Tuesday August 20th with the church at Doctors Fork near Brumfield Ky The meeting will be of special interest as it is the Centennial of thechurch at that point A special program has been prepared and arrangements have been made by the church to entertain a great crowd Camp Meeting The colored Methodists are holding a camp meeting in the lot near the colored Baptist church Large crowds among them being many white peo pie go every night There are five preachers and they warm the listeners up with good sermons Colored people say the meeting is having a good effect among their The striking street car men in lost out completely in their strike and only a small per cent of them were able to get their jobs back They claim they were mislead in matter and made a mistake in but as new men had been obtained the company would not fire the new ones to make room for those who had deserted the company MI Inceltt a Candidate Miss Margaret Ingels of Bourbon county has announced her candidacy for Enrolling Clerk of the Kentucky House of Representatives subject to the Democratic party She stumped the State for Bryan in 1896 and is an actress of considerable ability She is now employed in the Census Bureau in Washington CAPT Ii D BLONDELL Aquatic Exhibition at Bridge The famous swimmer and noted lifesaver will give one of his wonder ful Aquatic Exhibitions on the tucky river close by the beautiful High Bridge on the Queen Crescent Route on Sunday August 18th A grand view can be had from the sur rounding hills One of the greatest water effects ever offered to the pub lie will be the Blowing up of the Maine Dont fail to see it Grand Opening The second Annual Elocutionary Contest of Garrard county will be held at the House on Thursday 5th the management of Prof J Patterson The best in the country will take part and the event promises to be bril pant than any has been held in this section There be eight The winner will have choice of a handsome ring and a gold watch the second best to receive the The opera house went is to be congratulated on having the to the ben r eficial which develops the highest gift to mortals given via For Sale fair su Thompson Robinsontf in c- Lay nextI race Lot theE High KenS under H n season high fIc 1 j1 fiLL particulars Out Lexington striking September talent more that will contestants diamond other manage good fortune with class and attraction t Deposit your wheat at Wards mill july113t Conn g stamps on all cash work The colored teachers institute is in session at house this week r Sale horse Large enough for rockaway tf J W Lancaster Refreshments will be served in the Thompson store room opposite Opera House Saturday afternoon and even ing proceeds for benefit of the C W B M Only lOcts Low Rates to California Via the Queen Crescent Route Tickets 6th and 20th and Sept 3rd and 17th choice of routes finest trains and fastest sched nles W C Rinearson G P A Gin cinnati O Serious Illness ofltro Eld Jesse Walden of this city filled the pulpit at a church near Carters ville Sunday after which he went to dinner with some friends That he became suddenly ill A was called and the illness soon developed into pneumonia Today he is In a very serious condition and his recovery is doubtful Residence Sold Mrs W S ONeal has sold her resi dence property on Lexington street to Dr Sandlin and will give next month ONeal and Mr and Mrs L F Hubble will spend the winter in Mississippi Dr Sandlin is not only a fine physician but a splen did and we are glad is in preperty in Lancaster Hes the kind we want Want a Better Price Many farmers of this county are re fusing the 60c per bushel offered by grain buyers for wheat and very little the new crop has left the county Believing that the protracted drouth has shortened the food supply they will hold for a higher price entertain the hope that it will go to Christmas Richmond Climax New Ue for Jail Bird The county officials of Mercer coun are working the jail and workhouse convicts with the various threshing thecauntyOne of them made a break for libertybut was overtaken by a guard on horse back who ran him at full speed in in front of the horse the entire back to the machine two mile Field Exhibition On next Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock an exhibition of the McCor mick Corn Binder will be given on the farm of Mrs Nannie B Anderson on Crab Orchard pike near town This is one of the most wonderful of the age and is attracting much attention Everybody cordially invited to attend and see its work The McCormick is the most successful corn binder in the world Fresh New The Richmond Pantagraph of last Tuesday printed the following item home from Estill was in the year 1873 There was an epidemic of cholera in Lancaster and our parents had sought refuge at Estill Springs Bro Tom Adams will print the news even if it is a little stale An Editors Usual Luck We received a note from our good friend Mr A Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City in which he said he us to be with the Kentucky editors on the Western jaunt and had gone to the depot in a handsome new automobile in which we were to over the city and had also pre pared to give us an elegant lunch Now if this isnt disappointment we are mistaken But a fellow must get used to such things in this world Tile Meaning The much abused word Lady is modified direct from the early Anglo and means loafgiver for the highest ideal of woman in those days was to be a good manager of her household in every particular bread was then the real staff of life The Delineator tor September devotes its illustrated cookery article to the of bread in various forms and every Lady should study the We are Ready for You Burnam Rucker have leased the Lancaster Mills and Elevator They are prepared to take wheat on deposit and exchange your wheat for flour on shortest notice We keep a man at the door to wait on our customers This mill has been fitted with the and best machinery regardless of cost and is making as good flour as can be made in Kentucky Mr J H Bates the miller knows his business wen and we guarantee all our product to give nice satisfaction We for wheat at any harvests We solicit your pat Flour meal and feed Itantly on hand for sale Burnam Bucket rebate the ourt 2 familY Elmore on sale Aug cafter- noon possessionS 1 by distance I Iwonder- ful I Lancaster I throughRichmond I expected subject ts article I latest cash v 3 5 Googentle Walden physician Mrs citizen investing ng y machines inventions betaken of Lady and corn time between con f I r Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Before buying wheat drills call and inspect those at Gaines Bros Circuit court begins Monday Its a three weeks term If you want the lightest strongest and best wagon you ever owned buy a Capital from Gaines Bros 1 have employed an ist and am repairall kinds of engines etc J B Conn Benton Ashley is writing some nice signs for merchants about town Have him make you a neat sign nothing looks worse than a poor one Meeting at Fairview THE RECORD is requested to Rev Mr Elliott of Lex ington will begin a protracted at the Fairview church Sunday the 18th Getting Ready for Conclave Local Knights Templar are having their uniforms pressed and put in the big Conclave at There are six or eight in Lan caster whese membership is in Ryan Commandery No 17 Danville The Lexington Fair The editor of this paper had the pleasure of attending the Elks great fair at Lexington Monday and we will that If you can possibly do so go see it It is beyond all doubt the best exhibition ever given in and patrons get many times the worth of their money The crowds have been very large all week and the attendance promises to be a record breaker lieTreasures ItHighly The other night Capt Franklin J White of THE RECORD office was looking through some old books and papers and came across a small book which he held up and said That is a testament which I carried all through the Mexican war Just before we left Richmond Ky on our way to Mexico old uncle Jimmy Barnes father Rev George 0 called George who was my chum and myself into his study and presented each of us with one of these books He also gave us some timely advice and we took the books and I am free to confess that George nor rever devoted ranch time to them yet we valued them very highly and took good care of them I dont know whether George has his or not but heres mine and theres not enough money in the United States to buy it pertmachine prepa l o macJ announce that Louis- vIlle while read- Ing e Lies meeting for Lexington All machinery repaired at We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler r 3t Another car load of screenings has been the depot which makes a big improvement Longer Antlers For Dr Smith It is gratifying to tis many friends to know that Dr A Wilkes Smith exaulted ruler of Richmond lodge of Elks has been selected as deputy grand exaulted ruler for the state an office of great honor CHEAP RATES Via the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry On August 3rd August 24th to the 28th inclusive the Merchants Association rates of one and onethird fare on the Certificate plan will be in effect on the C 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 and good returning thirty days from date of sale The C O is the only line from Lexington with double daily Sleeper and Dining Car service to New York and Eastern points Write for sleeper berths or any information desired Geo W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky New Railroad Incorporations A special from Somerset to the CourierJournal says L F Hubble has filed in the Clerks office articles of incorporation for the Cumberland River and Nashville Railroad Com pany This road is to commence on the Knoxville branch at Corbin run ning along the banks of Laurel and Cumberland rivers to Sloans valley thence across the Cincinnati Southern at Burnside absorbing the Burnside and Cumberland River railway and will connect with the Cumberland river steamboat line thence up the South fork to Cedar Springs branch then on to Monticello and into the oil fields passing through Pickett and Fentress counties to Jamestown Ten nessee keeping the general course of the Cumberland river into Nashville The incorporators are as follows Samuel Woodward of Morrow 0 G Wr Mallon Cincinnati O J MLo gan W H Kinnaird G M of Lancaster Judge James of Somerset and L F Hubble More Local on page 3 kindyf Conns Thompson and 7th inclusiveand Philadelphia Patterson Den- ton place t WE PLANT L THE SEED V FOR THE WORLD WIDE WIDE s it pays In satisfactfoi cents to bny the best SUIEUIOIS GKAIX DRILLS II IISAM and in dollars and UNCLE J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors IIWUWAlfi 1 8c Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of i Fnrnitnre and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward ATTENTION LADIES V have one hundred pairs of Ladies g- A 8 f Misses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords S odds and ends leftfrom the Logan Robin f son stock that 1 will close out at Fifty t per cent Less than manufacturers cost o 0 t- A Cbwe and jet first choice f H T LOGAN O O 8 O O S 8 C O Ioi o I r V I I I9 I 0 early I II I O0- O0 i o 0o 0 0 0 j- o 0 o o 0 o0 0 0 0 o 0 O 0 pyas CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor aid Publisher Lancaster Ky August 15 As a great many young men think if they get a government job they will live on flowery beds of ease the of their days we reprint the following from the pen of Harry Gio vannolli who is in Washington down the job of secretary to Yerkes In a recent issue of the Danville Advocate Harry says Would you advise a young man 01 a young woman to enter the service is another question I wouldnt advise them one way or another Some have found jobs stepping stones to places others have found them curses There are men in the government sei vice in Washington who have worked in the departments for nearly half a century Beslde their desks in their little rooms they are as deeply buried as are the Trappist monks at mane Capable at one time of into men of intellectual strength and independent action they have now become so dulled and stagnated by years of routine and monotony that they are mere machines and were the chiefs of their bureaus to issue orders declaring that hereafter Sundays should follow Wednesdays they would o k the orders and send them on down to those of inferior rank a moments hesitation and doubting that the calendar would be IN a lecture from a York Sunday night Chaplain Jones U S N said that during the war with Spain Great Britain had sixtythree menofwar concentrated at twopoint to head off any movement by Powers against the United States The American people knew England was with them in that trouble but the chaplains statement shows that she was more deeply interested trios was generally believed Uncle a sure supporter in John Bull as the latter is exceedingly anxious to keep on good terms with Samuel THE craze in the country these days is oil and every paper is full of re ports of companies being formed for the purpose of boring for it The word gusher is heard on every hand and reminds us very much of the old term front foot which held sway during the lot boom It is more than probable that the gushers will like the front foot scheme and leave many a poorer but wiser man to ponder over the uncertainties of and the truth of what the bible says of the fool and his money To snow how easy it is to avoid trouble last week there was talk of a street car strike in Louisville and in less than two hours four or five men intervened and put a stop to the whole trouble If the working men would always go about settling their griev anocs in this way they would much more and stand higher in the estimation of the people So FAR as individually the price of 100 per year is reasonable enough for the Stanford Democrat but we fear that some would kick on paying that much for a weekly paper This is the price printed at the masthead of the however EDITORS WALTON and Marimon of Harrodsburg have been in a scripture quoting squabble for a week or so We will wager the soda water that laid eyes on a bible since their mothers used to paddle the Sunday school lesson into them on Saturday nights AND now comes Internal Revenue Agent Yates to the front to announce to the worid that there is great ac tivity among the moonshiners There has never been anything but great WELL maybe those Kentucky edi tors took a bath in Salt Lake but itwill be mighty hard to get the people back here in their native state to be lieve they ever bathed there or else PJREACHERSVILLK The home place of Thomas Lawson decd was Saturday to Joe for 459 Mr Menifee Elmore and family have moved back to this place and occupies the house of W H Cummins Revs Wm Hutchins and are holding a revival meeting at Har church and much good is being done Mrs Eva Gray who has been spend ing several days with her sister Mrs S C Rigsby has returned to her home at Lebanon Junction Mr P P sprained his foot last week and it is giving him some trouble Joe Pettus of Lebanon is here seeing af ter the house J L McCarley is having built Miss Ella Thompson has been visiting relatives at Mt Yeradn for a few daysJ F Cummins of Stan ford was with home folks Sunday When you wantamodern uptodate physic try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablet They are easy to take Price 25 cents Samples free at K E Roberts drug atore egos Jt d Igor remainder hold- Ing Commissioner government government developing wIth- out New pulpit European Sambas turnout accomplish weare concerned people Democrat neither has anybody anywhere Lawson FJ moos Lick Cum- mins and Jt a Newspapers hug Get with sold B PleMant9heffect 7- r A her line and and low J at a B in in PAINT LICKS Our buyers are paying 60c perbush I for wheat Corn it selling at 325 per barrel delivered here Rodney Griggs puff up a nice awning at the bank Mike Noe has rented his Wallace to Wm Cotrell for next year Why is it wheat goes up and down the price of flour never changes Miss Lydia Champ who has been so with typhoid rever is slowly im proving Mike Noe has rented his farm of 86 acres known as the Shumate farm to Sam Henderson for 6500 M Duncan our accommodating county clerk was here a few days ago shaking hands with the boys The coal market has opened up here 12c per bushel If we had the rail road Louis Landram has been work ing so hard for we would get our coal great deal cheaper Mrs T S Hundley and two daughters Misses Mary and Sarah of Stanford were the guests of their aunt Mrs C EnglemsnJ been quite sick Pleas Murray has been the mountains several days pros pecting Mr I C Rucker has leased the Lan caster flouring mills from Wm Ward and will take charge at once We thought Mr Rucker had come back to paint Lick to stay out he is like a fish out of water he cant live out of a mill We had another good rain here night and half the day Monday was been for years it swept away bridges watergaps fencing and everything in its reach We have had several nice rains recently which was gladly received All parties indebted will con fer a favor by calling and settling at once Mrs S S Haselden Mrs Armstrong visited Mr and Mrs Robinson in Lancaster Sunday Sirs Mattie Danse and little daugh ter Louisville are the guests of Mr C M Jenkins and family The following visitors have returned to their homes after spending several weeks with relatives here Susie Lee Wolfork Lexington Allie Jennings Danville Nura and Bertie Jennings Tyrone Ethel Dunn Larcaster Quite a number from here are at tending the Lexington fair Tim Eliza Ballard and children are the week in Lexington and at tending the fair Mr Shanan and family have gone to Nicholasville to r Johnson family have moved near Danville Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdette visited their parents Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Collier Master Jacob Sledman is visiting relatives in Lexington Mr George Denny of Lexington passed through our town last week enroute to Lancas ter and had quite a hand shaking with his many friends here WALLACETON C McWhorter returned Saturday from the mountains where he bought 217 sheep Jack Stephens is here from Illinois attending the bedside of his mother who Is very sick Miss Dovie Kinnard of Berea and Miss Grace Howes of College Hill are here attending the meeting Miss Grace is also assisting the organist Baker lost more than 100 bush els of a few days ago The stub ble caught from the fire where he had been threshing and carried it to the stacks and also to within a few feet of the barn before it could be extinguish ed Last Monday one of our citizens went to the telephone here and called for Rev Howes at College Hill He was informed that Rev Howes had to Wallaceton Immediately the message came from Richmond Charge 40 cents more than the regular fee for that message Of course the man refused to pay as he didnt get to speak to his man but Richmond simply informed Wal laceton We shall charge it up to you and so the 40 cents was paid Evidently there is something Denmark Miss Annie Soper died on the 4th inst of typhoid fever after an illness of about three weeks Funeral were conducted by Rev Howes and the remains buried here the day Miss Annie bad been from her childhood a member of the Methodist church and hence will be missed by many Her mother lied just six months ago since which time bas seemed to feel that the great er of the world had gone from her and in her last words assured the other members of the family that death was a welcome messenger and that all was welL He rtb rH DWhen quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heartburn 1s likely to follow and es pecially if the digestion has been eakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meals and when eel afullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eat jng indicating that you have eaten much tate one of Chamberlains 3tpmach Liver Tablets and the heatbnrn slay be avoided For sale bjJR K McEoberU draggigL 1 ten farm Carty has Sunday spout BRYAN rSVILLE of spending relive and and C H oats 5 cents even services following she part i i t rJ d Jl t T has B tome 4S0 started rot the you too and Y Y Of was the that Was by was for a to a in is M H do TEACHERS INSTITUTE CoBvenei at Court House la I aHca ter Boe Good Work The white Teachers Association of Garrard county convened on Monday 5 at the Court House Although the day was disagreeable quite a number the teachers were present and by afternoon each teacher answered to their name at roll call The Institute presided over by Miss Elsa Lusk county superintendent and her work went further t prove the fact she is the best superintendent in the state and attends to the affairs of her office in a way that few other superintendents have ever done The teachers are delighted with MissLusk and if it were left to them she could have the office as long as she desired Prof G H Easley of Bristol Tenn the Instructor and it was agreed all that he was one of the best that has had charge of Gar rards Institutes His talks were thoroughly practical and the teachers have some new ideas to take back to their school rooms which will be of great benefit to them The Institute continued for five days and each day full of interest On Friday noon when the work closed teacher went away feeling that work had been very profitably spent The following resolutions were sub mitted by the committee on resolu tions and adopted by the Institute We your committee on would in behalf of our Institute God for His manifold blessings to us and pray for His guidance in all work and to show our appreciation efficient work submit the resolutions Resolved That we tender our sincere thanks to Prof G H Easley the efficient manner in which has conducted our Institute We that we have been greatly and pledge ourselves to make an hon enst effort to sorry his plans methods in our schools as far as tical 2 Believing the office of County Su perintendent should be nonpolitical and that the office should select person best qualified to administer duties and recognizing Miss Elisa J Lusk the present incumbent as scholar and teacher of experience most efficient superintendent knowing that the schools in the have made great progress under administration and that she has great energy and ability in the standard of education in our we do hereby endorse her and heartily recommend the citizens of Garrard county eminently worthy of their suffrage succession of her past 3 That we extend our thanks Mrs Gulley for the able manner in which she has performed the duties as secretary of our Institute to Miss Willie Belle Burnside for the skillful performance of her duties as organist to Revs Robinson Moore McKee Faulconer and Wolford for religious instruction to Dr Sandlin for his able talk on Physiology to Dr Moore for his lecture on Progress to all visitors who in any manner contributed to the interest of the Institute 4 We the teachers ofGarrard realizing the dependence of our Commonwealth on the Common Schools and the inefficiency of these schools on account of short terms do petition our General Assembly to make appropriations sufficient to the school term from five to nine months 5 Believing that it is our duty as teachers to come in contact with the best educational thought in our Co we respectfully request our Supt Miss Lusk to make every effort to induce the Supts of Boyle and counties to unite with our county in a joint Institute of two weeks next year in the most available place for said institute and the employment of Col Francis Parker as instructor Respectfully submitted J H Patterson Chm J A Todd Mrs innaird Warner Miss Amanda Anderson and Nellie Duncan Committee MARKSBCBY Farmers are selling their wheat at 61c per bushel Alex Durham bought of Robert Speakes one bog for 750 T j Herring sold of Danville a pair of good work mules for 225 H D Aldridge purchased some shoats from C A Robinson at 4J cents per pound Mr T I Herring has the finest hemp this community we doubt if there abetter crop in Garrard county David Swope sold to Isaac of Lancaster one sow and pigs for 1750 also a nice bunch of shoats at Sic per pound Mrs Sam Hughes children of DanviHe spent Sunday with Mrs NH Bogie Mrs A J Brewer little son Jack and daughter Bessie of with her sister Mrs B A Copass Margaret of Lancaster spent a few days last week with friends here We wish to inform the Wallacetown that that snake story told ns by one of the best tian in this community We think thateven an editor would doubt a good Christian womans word Miss Eose Aldridge has retorned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Taylor er ick roc instructors au it an an county use county administration administration county extend possI- ble Lincoln recommend Arnold J B HutcUins KFPostIe WN- toBG Fox I Ben B and aft e resoluti th folio benefit p sieve Dive and Guthrie is spending several w Naylor and correspondent was c women not Buffet weir Mari 4 is eeks an in be a C r j I l GGNERAfc NESS The husband of Carrie Nation has sued for divorce It is said the watermelon crop will be recordbreaker Tip Bruce of Danville has refused offer of 2500 for his blue ribbon team A reunion of the Tench Kentucky Cavalry will be held in October A movement is now on foot to all the window glass factories the world The latest London story is that Oom Paul Kruger is having trouble with his thought works Texas oil men are jubilant over a sweeping reduction in rates by the State Railroad Commission Commissioner Yerkes decided that a dealer in puts and calls is to a special tax and stamp tax The Producers of Gas Refining of Richmond Ky capital 500 000 was incorporated at Dover The hanging of Holley Strutton at Lawrenceburg Friday Aug 16 will the first legal execution in county Joe Washington a negro accused ojf assaulting a Georgia woman was burned at the stake by a mob near Savannah The crop report for the week shows that conditions have improved in the State but the rains as a general thing came too late Miss Pearl Hawks of Louisville who went to Chicago to wed Lee Morris did not like his financial standing and declared the marriage off outbreak of SpanishAmerican war McKinley has approved a death sentence passed on a soldier At Denver Colorado Mrs Phil Hitchcock wife of a prominent man fatally shot Mrs James W Roberts and killed her victims Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It soothes and quickly heals the There worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitts The number of males of voting age in Kentucky is given at 543996 by census returns in 1900 There are 790 negro voters In Louisville there are 59561 persons who are eligible to vote Of these 12418 are colored Thousands of people have been drowned in China by the overflowing of the YangTse It is estimated that 20000 persons were drowned in the Swu Hue district Ten thousand lives are reported to have been lost at A special census bulletin just gives the population of Kentucky as follows Males 1090227 females 1056 947 Natives 2086925 foreign born 550549 white 1862309 colored 284865 the colored people including fiftyseven Chinese and 102 Indians and the remainder negroes It si easier to keep well than get cured DeWitts Little Early Risers taken now and then will always keep your in perfect order They never gripe but promote easy gentle action ClemensBuchter murdered his eigh teenyearold daughter Irene in Thursday Her mother who tried to save her was shot through the hand Mrs Buchter says her committed the crime because the girl refused his advances Buch ter says he killed he because she would not obey him Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain F 1m Many a hasty marriage begets a long drawn out repentance lam indebted to One Minute Cure for my present good health and life I was treated in vain by for lung trouble following la grippe I took One Minute Cough Cure and recovered my health Mr EH Wise Madison Ga FPFrisbie It is the little troubles that wear away a mans conceit If the action of your bowels is easy and regular serious complications must be the final result DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove this danger Safe pleasant and effective 1m The successful artist mixes his col ors with brains James White Bryantsville Ind says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs He had suffered ff years Doctors tailed to him Get DeWitts Accept no Imitations 1m A single word to the pdnt is better than a speech X was suffering from dyspepsia when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Itook several bottles and can Digest anything Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only preparation contain ing all the natural digestive fluids Itr lives weak stomachs entire rest re storing their natural condition F P Frisbie lm The best set ofteethin the world for 760 Dr Hob Iron Dentist ond Monday C j ugh y r oO I 1 at Maysville consolidate subject Company Delaware Anderson For the first time since the the President railroad husband DeWitts Injured part arc F P Frisbie Teh issued bowels F P Frisbie Louisville husband cure for piles Beware of Counterfeits PFrIsbie my doctors Frisbie F P Friable P Thomas SumtervUle Ala RicbmQJ nat0 X i l OQN00840 hong P help T I commenced the s nit 1 Go for in the of is to f it it is F a It Vy to Sup 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 to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possble you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced all civilized countries with success in throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflamation glues a good nights rest and the patient Try one bottle many years by all druggists in world Get Greens Prize at Stormes Drug store The more a man is envied the real happiness he has Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers arid grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard ofA Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action the liver stimulate the organic action of the system and that all took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Drug Store If there were no looking glasses I wonder if women would wear some of the things nobody else ever has O O Buck Beirne Ark says I was troubled with constipation until I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint Irecommend them P Frisbie lm The only thing worse than losing a womans love when you want to keep Is keeping it when you want to lose Dont be satisfied with temporary relief from indigestion Kodol Cure permanently and removes this complaint It relieves permanently because it allows the tired stomach perfect rest Diet ing wont rest the stomach Nature receives supplies from the food we eat The sensible way to help the stomach to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which digests what you eat and cant help but do you goop F P Frisbie No man was ever a woman hater at the moment he saw one of them a strange child crying wipe dirty face and kiss it is a child and she a woman bit baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea says J W Doak of iiams Oregon We were cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and complete cure E McRoberts druggist A womans idea of mans cruelty is for him to be able to sleep where she is worrying about whether her best friends new gown is going to really become her Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup The doctors said couldnt live but she wasinstantly sieved by One Minute Cough Cure P Frisbie lm pain to talk of patience Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sickness day of Deming Ind His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Cslic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by R McRoberts druggist Laughing is the sunny side of a m ms existence In cases of cough or croup give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The will be all right in a little while It never fails Pleasant to take alwayssafe sure and almost instantan cousin effect Sometimes a man gains by losing When a man starts out to get even with anybody he is never satisfied he comes out ahead A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious got a of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and wasentirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two three bottles of medicine from doctor He used them for three or lour days without relief then called In another doctor who treated him for and gave Kim no relief so discharged him I went over to see him next morning He said his bowels were in a terriblefix that they had been Funning off so long that it yeas almost bloody flux 1 asked him If he had tried Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and be kNbf I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to takeanotherdoseIn fifteen or twenty minutes if he did find but he took no more and was cured For sale by B E McBoberts druggist causes easy expectoratIOn cureS Recommended Almanac Biliousness ppendici tis Nervous nervous they Dyspepsia completely pickup itbecause U Chamberlains For sale by R comfortably she Its easy for the man who suffers no of the stomach says O P M Holli in the house and gave him four drops II c lild F PFrisbie until colic bottle ColiC It i I1d I Does severe 4S 1 Stor o unabl the said not lief tirely lw mss tilts Wile Elm ore w Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones- All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices- SS lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUlRE ORGANIZED lass HATMALU BAIl Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOUCITKD Ourrfalaad PromptAtten e G mrm t W- jLKJEUeenraoTHAK Presides Lama Y LZAVXLL BF H0MOW CMhlw O RIBHXT Assistant Cub OD JMHiaeiifBOTHAV LXWII Y LXATBLL TMAXHOLB BFHuoaow J JTAIK 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 eaU on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KT Insure with the New York life Insurance to and the Continental Fire Insurance B Swinebroadlgt R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna Life Ins Co NATIONAL BANK i 1 eepet C- oG RODfesentin Followin COIDDanies of Hartford I4s2Q f Qice Fred War itaa Book DIRECTORS U e C ti l f APITAL eNee 0F SURPLUS JlO M M t J LANCASTER KY AKDXHHT Preildeat- JHOB SroKMxa Vice Prealdeat 8 C DHHT Cashier F EOBINSOK JB S T EXBKT Caahr Book DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes WHKinnaird Ale W S BRAZTRY teepet 1 I DENTISTTeeth extracted without witVVlUiized Air Office la I a FrMknariaa church jomr T JOHNSTOIC CIVIL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky Cpmrrc SURVEYOR All basiaess promptly attended to WMeC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KT th BootonICe r 5 y e street op a M Po N a W LOUISVILLEACCOUNT KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE VIA r Queen Crescent Route Aug 27th30th Ask ticket agents for particulars C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati I LOW RATES TO r Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Sept 20 21 1901 for one day at the New Mason will fit glasses the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the New Mason Hotel Parents of children whose eyes are in any way affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and them examined Too much care can not be taken in this particular as any neglect of the parents may need glasses the doctor can it and adjust such glasses as This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage ol the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes age A good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do Office hours 9 m to 5 p m B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompson 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 set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Bichmond National Bank RICHMOND KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aid Nature in strengthening and or ia the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Sick Headache allotherresults ofimperfect digestion LargestaecoBtateatt tinea ky E C OcWITT A CO C tc Hoteland to consequencesin andincrease andany adjusteda G th reconstructing Pre L lieu determine r s e rSceSeG dad sN eauaiie LOCAL TIME TABLES IL acMt NortbbBd Mixed FBMIT Soatabad Mixed 1115 336 PK 162 1JSr Soath bad paver oat Narth Dad N 1nN N N QCHESAPEAIE OHIO Time 151900 P buyIn etct July g A i lf MO LI J H STATIONS 830am SOOpa- tLixliifton 112019 Winchester 8 SOaai MtSterlin 1225n1i 9atem7e6f ai650am 340p Phil 1015am KewYork 1240an 908pBa STATIONS LT NewYork 806am Philadelphia loaaam 2 JltSterllBg 713am 4 Stem 213p WUea Mw 4 6 23am- ArLexlBgtoa 812am 518pm 7 1100am Trains tea to dad TwkDAILY Other traiaaraa dally ForataplBC ear er lafanHMtov vllIe 8l9asa am 918pm 9 731p a pm pmS 7 sloes S fro t w Iq K N 550pat 1I51 life sxa sovsra a 4a Y1ea New Sr 01 0 Where the Home i aaooa PEOPLE soooao f V Have 0 Visited qa d- yoocsd Charlie Collier is visiting in tonMiss Bessie Gulley is in Lexington attending the fair Mrs William Lear is visiting rela tives in Lexington Miss Susie Sandidge is in Danville with Mrs Charles Stanwood Miss Mary Burnside is vis iting relatives atPoint Leavell Miss Katie Simpson is enjoying sev eal weeks stay in Crab Orchard Miss Stella Robertson of Cynthiana 13 the guest of Mrs Sam Haselden Mrs Lizzie Calloway of Lexington has been visiting Mrs Maria Kirby Mr Tom Hampton of Winchester is the of Miss Christine Bradley Miss Mary Arnold is at home again after a visit to relatives in Paint Mr J C Thompson and daughter Miss Mary attended the Lexington fair T Mr John Orand of Texas is with the family of Mr Henry Clay Jen nings Mr William Elkin and pretty son of Atlanta are guests of Capt Elkin and family Charley Walker was at home Sun day He now has a run on Capt Phil Prices train Jim Burdett who has been the guest of Paul Miller returned to his home in Chicago Monday Miss Frankeye Doty has been visiting at Mrs Tom Millers and Mrs A D Fords this week Mrs Victor Lear and daughter Bur nie are visiting relatives in and will take in the fair Mrs Banks Hudson has returned from a two weeks visit to herparents Mr and Mrs Kennedy of Lexington Mr Alex West and pretty little Lillie V visited Mr and Mrs Charles Djnman in Nicholasville Saturday Mrs Wolford has returned from a visit to Harrodsburg She was by her mother Mrs Wil hams CourierJournal Miss Charlotte Bliss has returned from a two weeks visit to Miss Olivia Sweeney of Lan caster Mrs Tatum of Crab Orchard Mrs Hughes of Danville and Mrs Bogie of Marksbury attended the funeral of Mrs Ansil George Mrs Charles Dean who is canvass ing for Jessamine Institute visited Mr and Mrs Alex West She was by little Lenoir Skinner Lexington Allie Anderson of Lancaster is visiting her ssster Mrs W T Browning Later she will go to Knoxville to spend the winter with Mrs Wm Marrs Mt Vernon learn that Miss Letcher of Richmond will have charge of the Greek and Latin classes in the college this year We congratulate Prof Ewers on being able to secure such a splendid teacher as Miss Letcher The following announcement has been received by friends Mr and Mrs Milton Elliott announce the marriage- of their daughter Mary Elizabethto Mr Charles B West Wednesday August seventh nineteen hundred one Miss Elliott will be remembered as the handsome and attractive daugh ter of Prof and Mrs Milton Elliott who had charge of the Garrard College at this place several years ago The many friends extend congratulations and wish the young couple every hap Lexing Landrdm guest LI f Lexington liES i accompanied f accompanied DemocratMiss SignalWe Dove B i i r j kt aj 1 r Sunday I i v 1 piness and success They will MemphisMiss Hilton is visiting her home folks at Brodhead George Dunlap returned Sunday to his home in Lexington Mr Joe Faulconer Jr and wife the Danville fair Friday Miss Greenleaf Richmond is the guest of Miss Louise Kauflman Miss Trone of Circleville Ohio is Visiting her brother at the Garrard HotelWillie West returnedSaturday from a visit to friends in Owensboro and LouisvilleMrs Robinson and sonAlex of Hustonville spent last week with Mrs Dorcas Walker Danville Advocate Miss Georgia Henry of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Bessie Moore Mr Jeff Halderman and wife of Crab Orchard attended the Sunday of Mrs Ansil George Miss Annie Yantis has returned from a pleasant visit of several weeks to Miss Williams of Misses Lena Bright and Cora Ward accompanied Miss Laura Bright Doty home and will attend the Lexington fairGraham Price and wife of Danville were visitors here Sunday They were accompanied home by their grand mother Mrs Susan Price for several weeks visit Jesse M Alverson of the Interior Journal passed through to Richmond Saturday where he will enjoy a weeks vacation He is one of the best typos in the state and an exceedingly clever young man An editor newly married asks What is the difference between a prettv girl Another editor answers A honeycomb is a small cell a honey moon is a big sell and a pretty girl is a damsel Lexington Leader Mrs T Curry Mrs Fannie B Jennings and son J Harvey Jennings of Lancaster are attending the Elks Fair They ate guests of theirsister Mrs A GDaniel of 347 North Broadway Lexington Leader Miss Mattie Gilliland who has been spending a month at Dripping Springs Lancas ter Danville and Mt Yemen will be home Tuesday to take charge of the Junior C EL Society of the South Side Christian church Rev B A Dawes and family of Louisville are spending the week with Mr Clay Sutton and mother Mr Dawes has charge of a prosperous Bap tist church in the Highlands of Lou isville and is at present spending a brief vacation here Stanford Journal Mr and Mrs JC Hays are back from a visit to relatives in Garrard Mr T J Hatcher of Lancaster who is traveling for the Haselden Filter Co was here He says the filter is a great pu rifier and that he has had much suc cess in his new undertaking j funerals Campbellsville F reside attended Van yesterday Miss BESSIE DUNLAP She is the charming daughter of Sir Knight WG Dunlap of Danville and is Sponser for the Commandery of that city t t t t tt t t t t It t It It i IllS 000 DD D Now here We I have the celebrated Blue Rival Shell loaded with Du pont Nitro which we as long as they last for 5o ets a box You win do well to engage your supply in advance as get these shells at ilf 2 j- u t 111 ft Ill IJlllJ rJIJ Mr1Huntir Dove shooting is Winchester Powder will sell Y 4 you cannot aynwhere else that low price r s- Y Store1- f 4 I K Y A H Rice has returned to Mrs Emma Singleton and children are visiting relatives in Waco Mr Dan Hemphill of Nicholas ville was a visitor in this city Monday Miss Philips of Stanford is the guest of her sister Mrs Cal Nevius Miss Maggie Tomlinson entertained a few friends at tea Tuesday evening Miss Jennie Sullivan and brother Eugene are guests of Miss AgnesDon ahue Miss Mattie Thompson is in visiting friends and attending the fair Mrs Jack Kemper of Danville and A Mrs Lizzie Rice of Hedgeville visited Mrs Ophelia Dunn last week Miss Lucy Ford who has been the guest of Miss Julia Reid returned Monday to her hem 3 in Lexington Messrs Ed Gaines Richard Ander and Miss Bessie Shugars who have been quite sick with fever are very much improved Mr John Miss Agnes returned Tuesday after spending a month at the PanAmerican Niagara and Ontario Canada Masters Jake and Leonard Miller have returned home from a three months visit to their sister Mrs Joe Elsener of Charleston West Va Dr H M Grant left yesterday tor the Lexington fair He will go from there to Flemingsburg to join his wife and son who are visiting in that city Mrs Ophelia Dunn and children visited Bryantsville several days last week While there the children two parties one given by Miss Marguerite Jones and little Miss Berkele the other given by little Miss May Jenkins ADDITIONAL LOCAL Fast schedules finest trains to and North Queen Crescent Route Card of Thanks We take this method of thanking the many friends who so kindly us in our recent sorrow Such kindness we will never forgotten May the Lord bless them all is our prayer Ancil George and Family New Side Track The L and N has just completed track to the large granary of H A BMarksbury this city Its a good job of work and will prove a great convenience for Messrs Marks bury as they can now handle grain with much more ease and rapidity Good WUkcs from Bro Walton Harrodsburg Brad ley says that the extension of the Southern is bound to be made and that it will pass through Lancaster For the sake of the Lancasterans many of whom are our friends we hope it is true for no town in Kentucky needs a railroad worse than the capital of Garrard unless it is the capital Mercer What Became of Them A query propounded to a veteran bus driver recently as to the where abouts of the oldtime stages which formerly plied between Maysville and Lexington and various other surburb an cities elicited the reply that a great many of them were sent West to Missouri Kansas Idaho and some to the trails leading to the Rocky Mountain mining camps There are a few yet in Kentucky scattered around near the scenes of their former Bulletin IU Almost Down to This Unless there is a change said the cook I will have to leave you Change exclaimed the mistress What do you mean Our union said the cook has declared a boycott on Mrs Smith in the next block But how does thateffect me She is on your calling list and a sypathet ic strike has been declared against all who associate with her Chicago Post Building m Big Sited As stated in last issue of THE Mr W B Burton applied to the City Council for a permit to erect a big shed adjoining his barn on Pauld ing street and the same receiving no second was declared lost Next the Council gave Mr Burton to understand that it was all right and he at once went to work on the build ing It is an immense affair and will be used as a mule shed Peopla living in that section of town entered a against the granting of the Judge Deafly In Town As THE RECORD has often said you cant wean a Lancaster man away from his old home no matter how longhe has lived m other places This was again proven last week when Judge George Denny came over from Lexington and spent several days in town Oh Im just here looking the old town and spending a few hours with my old friends said he The judge is a leader at the bar and one of the most anent republicans in the state Like all Lancaster people however he misses a chance to spend a few days at Teeth extracted without The latest in gold work Dr Dentist Richmond XT at Monday x It to p Nashville Donahueand aside Sonin DemocratGov of laborsMaysville RECORD morning protest permit happy Lexington never pain Garr J d1 IJ oj r m Lexington attended Edna Cincinnati assisted S pro home e Hotel every ieoo id n Coon Shooting Finn Leavell shot another negro named Andy twice at Davis town Sunday Mayfleld will get well Colorado Excursions Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at rates account Summer Ex cursious Ask Ticket Agents for W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Cincinnati Sunday Rates The regular biweekly Sunday Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 18th All the attractions of the Queen City are open Ask ticket agents for rates and time of trains W C Rinearson G P Cincinnati O Mill Leased Messrs Burnam Rucker have leased of William Ward the large flour mills in this city and took charge Tuesday They are mill men of long experience and THE RECORD extends them a hearty welcome With two such millers as Brother Rucker and Mr Bates no mill in the country can surpass them in quality of work Good Cheer There is a bright side to all and the present hot weather is no exception to this general rule In intensity of heat the present spell is unprecedented if not in its dire there is some comfort to be drawn has been long claimed by scientists that an intensely hotperson is to draw out of the interior and the surface of the earth certain gases and elements of fertility The records also show that the intensely hot seasons have invariably been by luxuriantly good crop Let us all look at the brighter side this dry subject Uniontown Knows What lies Talking About Editor Davis president of the Mays ville Elks Fair has our thanks for a comp upon the back of which is printed the following The holder of this ticket is not a tramp or a dead beat He is simply an unfortunate Editor who is poor because he has devoted his best to making other people rich While he didnt cough up any cash for this piece of paseboardhe has paid foi it twenty times over in this fair and if he will honor the Maysville Elks with his presence he and his good lady will receive the most courteous treatment there is in the shop EXCURSION To Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Virginia On Tuesday Aug 20th the Chesa peake and Ohio Ry will sell tickets to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va at 1300 good fir teen days from date of sale Special Hotel rates of per day at Hygeia Hotel and 250 per day or 1400 per week at Ocean View Hotel Tickets will be good going on trains leaving Lexington at 1120 a m and 845 p m Through sleepers will be run on 845 m train Berth rates 300 for night or 350 through Dont miss the last opportunity to get to the seashore this summer Write for full information or sleeper reservations to Geo W Barney D P A C 0Ry Lexington Ky George The community was shocked Satur day afternoon to learn that Mrs Ancil George had died rather suddenly She had been ill for a few days but none expected that death was so near at hand While she had not been in the best of health for a number of years yet her condition was not regarded as serious and up to the day of her death she complained but little Mrs George was a Miss Ramsey and was born and in Garrard county Only one child William blessed the union and he with the husband and left to mourn her loss She was a member of the Presbyterian church and in her seventyninth year Mrs George was a noble woman whose many kindhearted deeds had won for her the love of all her acquaintances She was a true Christian woman one who was ever ready to help those in need or distress Funeral services were conducted by Dr J L McKee at the Presbyterian church Sunday at 3 oclock after which the were interred in the Lancaster The sympathy of the en tire community goes out to the grief stricken family in the saddest of afflctions o o Mayfield Here oft round- trip 300 re red father- is remains reduced particulars excursions C Summer s questions condition necessary followed Telegram energies advertising afternoon 3 State Sunday School Convention The convention will convene atDan ville August 20 21 22 1001 The Schools in this county are to select their delegates at once and notify me Only delegates holding by the president will be entertained free Amanda Anderson Cor Secty Handsome Improvements- We are 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 and polite attention enable us to please the most fastidious A call will convince you Henry Duncan the old barber tf SEA SHORE EXCURSIONS Via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway- to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lexington is in charge the hotel at Ocean View and has made a special rate of 250 per day and 14 per week for C 0 excursionists Ocean View is one of the most resorts on the coast in full view of the Ocean and has a fine smooth beachTo July 18th and August 15th the C 0 will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City at 1400 good returning twelve days Stop over privileges will be allowed at WashingtonTickets be good going on regu lar trains Sleeping car berths will be 400 through in each direction Arrange your vacation for one of trips The C 0 can offer a diversity of scenery en route by any other line to the east Send in your names for sleeping car accommodations Do not wait until the last few days Ascertain what train you will go on noon or night train and advise To New York and Return The C 0 will sell round trip tickets to York daily at 3270 going and via Washington at 3445 going Washington and returning via Old Point or vice versa or New York Central or Central Tickets will be good ten days including date of sale and one will be allowed at Washington I Baltimore Philadelphia or at Buffalo Write for full information I Geo W Barney Div P A 1 Lexington Ky Low Rats to PanAmerican Exposi lion Via Queen Crescent Route Dou ble Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information Agents Wanted FOR THE LIRE OF Col DAN RICE IS NOW READY It is the story of the most sensational and u nique career of the centu ry a veritable artesian well of wit and wisdom and rich with rare rem iniscences The of the day Agents wanted Address MARIA WARD West End Long Branch N J Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Dally except Sunday 609 am Number 6 Daily Stop 133 pm Number 4 Dally Does Not 356 am Number stops when flagged 414 pm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops when flagod am Number 5 Daily 1112 am Number 9 Daily except Sunday 755 pm Number SMldnit Does Not Stop 1142 pm If teeth have ached or are getting loose it will ay you see Dr Hobson Hotel every second Monday before you some rant person pull them out Sunday razors k o CityOn unsurpassed New returning fOldl Pennsylvanian I II moneymaker 1146 at Garrard requested county 3t popular stopover C BROWN HIGH BRIDGE GRAND SPECIAL PROGRAM Sunday August BLONDELLThe Great Champion Swimmer and Noted will give a free exhibition including BLOWING UP OF THE 18th Life e at J Say a- LzzwE RmIBER the is all viewed from the Kentucky River cliffs and costs you nothing exhibition EXCURSIONS From all in Kentucky Points SPECIAL TRAMS I e W A f f 7 i i i Yn RINIARSON G P Cinciniiah 1 f YOU SAVE 25 per cent BY BUYING SECONDHAND SCHOOLBOOKS AT McROBERTS DRUGSTORE Madison Institute RICHMOND KY ft HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS J W McGarvey Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers were educated at the leading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant instructors everyone a specialist in her department Music exceptionally strong Good table Location beautiful and health ful only one serious case of sickness in 12 years No fussy teachers employed Frequent illustrated lectures by the principal on his re cent travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Send for catalogue isep THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 25000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 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 indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and ex pense of calling in Sallie D Tillett The Time For TORNADOES y i Has Arrived i- P Several cities and towns have been 3greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3 VIOLENT WINDS fc Have your property insured against 3 crD JL I I e records- as eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo Amount Paid l ALL ALL mmm mmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmm t loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD iU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U lU1U1U1U lU1U1UiU1UiU1U1UU I ifr3 o k rf1fp51 9 department as 1J y persona r r e rF rr C a r- Ill August 12 13 14 15 16 and 17 1901 SSOOOO II GIGANTIC RAND AJ URSE REMIUM AM Stated meetings SecondedFourth Tuesday nightsMembers of fiSr ter ledges fraternally invited ILKinnaird Secretary Louis Tandram Jbste f 30000 GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 ART rllollIHOt SOCK AND EXHIBITa o1 I NeE RACES LIVE soooo p AND THE MOST I IaDcaStQrIo4geNo 1041 s S50000II INCLUDING UPER IPEN bOUS- IZZUNG ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Dtviseiftrtht ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION OH RAILROADS SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE ILLUSTRATED CATALOS ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN S cy LEXINGTON KY er RATE ALL I FOR Knights of r Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed J W SWKEKKY C C G B SwuntBoAD KJL S Wanted 500 bushels shelled oats 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds hay Mason Hamilton For jack white points foiled 1896 By Joe Blackburn McQuerry Hammock Ky tf The scarcity of hogs is shown by the fact that for tile first six months of the year the receipts at Chicago were 125000 head short of last year the best piece of corn in Madison county is the 40 acre field of Mr Wm Arnold near this city Despite the recent drouth it looks well and those eompe tent to judge say it will make from eight to twelve barrels to the acre This is a banner year for peaches The crop troughout the whole country is estimated to be about 75000000 bushels and rather over than under that amount The prolonged drouth in some parts of the country has it somewhat but not to any great extent The peach crop of Madison county will be enormous this year The grower perhaps is James Jones whose orchard of 1000 trees is on Combs Mountain near Panola He estimates that his trees will yield three bushels each At 1 per bushel which is a reasonable price his orch chard will be worth something like 3000 to him this Prom present indications potatoes may soon be one of the luxuries of the local market They have advanced more than a dollar a barrel lately and are now bringing the highest price in years It is possible that the price of 450 to 5 a barrel will even increase Dealers say that no good potatoes can be gotten for the local market because all on sale are being shipped to New York where potatoes are even scarcer than here An Associated Press dispatch from Frankfort says The report of the Bureau of Agriculture on the condi tions of the crops in Kentucky up to Ajgust was issued to day It shows the great damage done by the recent drouth Only fiftyfive per cent of the corn crop will be made The small grain was not injured as it was in the sheaf Out of a ninetynine I AA QpJ SaleBlack J T ClimaxPerhaps exceedingly affected largest yearClimax obtained J J S t Dc tI1eaIls natural func tenors where the virtue of is known This unique liniment applied externally reIax all the that Dc IISfasgWILL BOLT Mothers Friea4reIicYed crampswbich makes it wonhthe1IIOIIe ceAtJaataGa childbearing is a perfectly Moth s d cftynnsWHe Iowa wrltev mwLpwLp REGVLAThR J i 1 To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get Roasted Coffee for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes being better flavored more satin fyingYou will find a list of useful in each package of Arbuckles Coffee A definite part of one of these artiJes becomes yours when you buy the coffee The one you select from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY rbuckes furtherbesides articles 1 per cent hemp crop expected only seventyone per cent will be realized and the tobacco crop has fallen from an eightyone per cent expectation to fiftyfive per cent The fruit crop has also been hurt considerably Another increase occurred in the American visible supply of wheat last week as was assured by the heavy in terior movement The gain of 1109 000 bushels raised the total above thir ty millions Rumors of frosts in the Northwest was not taken seriously but the market steadily advanced on the large demand from domestic mil lers and the vigorous exportation Losses abroad have undoubtedly been considerable and this country will be called upon for heavier shipments than in any previous year the July movement being at about the rate of over 250000000 bushels for 12 months Dunns Review Call and see Dr Hobson Dentist of Richmond Ky at Garrard Hotel every sec and Monday and get prices on your work Gooil OrnnncH for Imvlnri The Ohio experiment station gives good advice when it recommends blue grass redtop red clover and timothy for permanent pasture The red do ver enriches the ground and soon runs out The timothy furnishes feed while the slower bluegrass is get ting started The redtop furnishes good pasturage betveen the two growths of bluegrass which is at its best only in spring early summer and fall The timothy will give when the bluegrass becomes well rooted and the redtop will do so more or less on land that is not naturally moist but these three grasses should he used in the formation of a permanent pasture wherever they thrive Preparing Soil for Saintly The soils for salsify should be rich but with wellrotted manure worked deep and thoroughly Upon the per feet condition of the soil depend the straightness and smoothness of the roots there being a tendency to branch where fresh manure is applied The plants should be cultivated as parsnips are They are very hardy are not affected by and may left in the ground all winter without harm But to have the roots ready for use they should be dug in the fall and stored away in soil or sand where y tasteless and are without value I t p way theft 1 a I bet their It o patalea Sold ill best Seat byexpress prepaid on receipt flf Motherhood a book for wrand mailed free t i 1 d THE POWER OF LIFE Thou strange mysterious power Which peruieates all space We view thy grandeur every hour Behold thy changing face We view thee in theliny germ And in the world of light While In thy hand so strong and firm We ieel thy hidden might Thy substance gIveth life and form To each created thing It is the power in winters storm The strength of gentle spring lightAndWhile onward in majestic flight They speed with mighty force Thou art the opposite of death Our hope in thee must lie This body ceaseth with our breath But thou must onward fly Thy fountains are to us unknown Sages have sought for them Whence comest thou Whence art thou flown V Is fur beyond their ken Ob Revelations holy page l 3ht scatters all our gloom Am gives to simple man and sage A hope beyond the tombA light an anchor safe and sure Which binds the soul to God Perfects a spirit good and pure From out this humble clod S HIS CALL TO PREACH llotv u Decided Ills Course in Life A Text That Was Helpful Bishop Jfntthcw Simpson has told in a most touching manner the story of the early struggles that led him to the ministry As he left boyhood behind the conviction grew upon him tHat he must preach But how could he lie was halting in speech with a harsh voice and with an impossible manner of last one to face an audience After turning tire question over in his mind many times with increasing discouragement lie at length re luctantly dismissed it and took a threeyears course in a medical col legeBut the idea of entering the haunted him day and night so that it almost seemed to him as said that if he did not become preacher he could not be saved This led him to pray over the and as a result the morbid that had grown upon him entirety one day at the sight of a Scripture text Trust in the Lord with all thine heart The words had been written on purpose for him he said to himself and from that time lie felt content to let God decide his course A day came when his obedience the Divine direction was tested The impression came upon him very strongly that he ought to speak at a certain prayer meeting because the minister was away nut how am I he said I shall make a fool of my self What will my friends say and my uncle Above all people young Matthew dreaded that old uncleAfternoon came He was trembling with indecision To his amazement his uncle looked up und said Dont you think you could speak to the people tonight nut do you think I ought to Yes I think you can do good was the grave reply The young man spoke He carried the crowded audience with him His words had power because they came from a full heart The experience of that evening was like a revelation After those three years of unwilling study he recognized his call and in no un certain voice TInt even now he was troubled so that he did not dare to decide yes His mother was a widow and Matthew felt that it would break her heart to have him change his profession and leave home After many struggles he de cided to tell her what he thought God required of him Never he said shall I forget how my mother turned upon me with a smile and said My son I have been looking for this hour ever since you were born Then she told him how she and his father who was then a dying man kneeled beside the infant in the cradle consecrated him to God rind prajed that he might become a min ister And she added that not a day had passed but that the repetition of that prayer had mounted to the thone of God And yet that mother had never in timated to her son the secret of her hearts desire She was one of the reserved women of the elder times That talk crystallized the young mans purpose and young Simpson went forth to his wonderful career Youths Companion Time for Thought A man is measured by Iris solitudes He who flies all moments of tion is as conscious of guilt as he who avoids all companionship is morbid Use sometimes says George Herbert to be alone No flower comes to its fullness of beauty or sweetness wholly by sun shine or entirely by shade When hast entered thy our Lord communion is possible and revelations will come The man who afraid to meet himsei is the man others to avoid In terior A Good Test been said truly that when a what he wants it is a good test of his character llev Dr A J CORN FOR THE SILO I Variety ta Be Selected Should Be Oae That Shall Approach Maturity Before Front The more corn there is put into the silo the greater will be the value of the product removed from the silo There is a popular notion that the en of corn acids something to its a value which is not contained in the original material This notion is wrong and the greater the feed value of the product put into the silo the creator the feed value of the ensilage Housekeeper YOIIIIJ nun declamationthe ministry matter anxiety vanished palpably sis Chic go n gets Canfield frz ftif J r I sil t Inca 2 iso lat hou closetsays It has c aging kY will be Corn should be planted for the silo but little if any thicker on the ground than it should be planted where the object is to produce grain Corn is distinctively a sun plant and if I z7 I I do in W fc in CORN PLANTED FOR THE SILO is so thickly seeded that the sun reach all parts of the growing plant there is produced a product which is lacking in digestibility and which is not relished by farm stock A few years ago some experiments conducted by the Cornell experi station the object being to what method of planting corn produced greatest food value Certain plats were drilled in thickly so that no ears would develop others were planted with the rows 40 inches apart and with the plants close together in he row and other plats were plant ed in hills from three to 3 feet apart While a larger quantity of produce was obtained per acre where the corn was drilled in thickly yet it contained a higher per cent of mois ture and was deficient in protein and n fatWhile the money value of the broadcasted corn is not very different from the value of that groxvn on the plat this estimate take into Account the digestibility of the various products of corn which shall planted must be determined by local conditions Tu central Xew York the Pride of the North very satisfactory results Whatever variety is selected it should he which shall approach maturity before frost The man who plants so thickly that he cuts it with the reaper is sure ly failing to get best results says Country Gentleman in conclusion to the foregoing advice TALK WITH FARMERS Ihe AVlio Wrote It I Sometliliij of a Growler lint lie reins Noth lug Hut Truth One must own enough farm ments and animals to do his rightly A poor man cannot own horses valued at 100 each but his poverty is no excuse for poor emaci halfkilled stacks of bones Make barns more for comfort than for style but do not be afraid fix up your outhouses barns sheds and chicken houses so as to have the appearance that indicates that a well todo farmer dwells there Build your barns with plenty of shed und imple ment room Do all time fall breaking you can If need be hire a man with team and plow to assist you Do not work your team to death Do not make tine hors do the work while you sit beneath the shade idling away the hours and dont make your girls get out in tine field to the drudgery of farm work Do not Well I feed them for their work and Ill just put them to raking stalks or hoeing corn It is to be hoped young men will see them if jou do and take pity on tine poor things If they were manly they would marry them to re their father and more especial ly to relieve the girls of their obnox ious parent Give your sons and daughters a good school education if nothing more Dont send them one ilay and stop them another better keep them at home all the time I would tell jou not to maltreat dumb animals but that story Inns grown old ever so old and yet the farmer mistreats his stock just the same He feeds them little and beats them much while we all know it should be vice versa M Louis Mertins in Prai rie Farmer A Heavy Tax on Farmers At a recent Wisconsin dairymens convention Prof Henry said that smut in the oat crop cost the of that state more than 700000 an and that they could avoid such enormous loss ly applying a simple remedy to the seed grain says the Wisconsin Farmer One pound of 40 per cent formaldehyde dissolved in 50 gallons of water sprinkled over 50 bushels of oats ami tnoroughlj shov eled over would kill the smut spores thus freeing the seed of the germ that causes smut Seventyfive cents worth of the drug wnl treat 50 of seed The farmer who knows about this simple and inexpensive remedy and fails to profit thereby has not his own interest at IN THE KAISERS COUNTRY Things Which Yon Hunt Not Do If You Are a Resident of Ilia Domain There are many things you must not if you live under Emperor William Following are some of the restrictions Berlin enumerated in the late G Steevens book just published Glimpses of Three Nations You must not hang beds or clothes out of windows so that they can from the street You must horses in streets where there is not room for two vehicles to pass and others only with the consent of the occupier opposite whose piece of pave ment you are you must watch the horse and undo the traces while he is eating and when he is done the occupier must clear up the spilt chaff If you accidentally break a bottle or jug in the street you must carefully gather up the pieces and take them away If you stand on the pavement you must leave room for other people to pass After this to learn that you must not firearms in tine street nor shoot with crossbows and blowpipes The finest gold fills 150 Dr Hob son Ky at Garrard Hotel every sec ond Monday 1 1 t ere men t determine does Snot The Iriety somewhat the too say farmers bushels entitle J iUs r ther an anticlimax dIs- charge malgum Theta Dent8t ftt II II 2au tin ate lie nu not er t giv or Mum impi uvo d ve ally i been noted 4 Rheumatic are the cries of distress from tortured muscles aching joints and excited nerves The been poisoned by the accumulation of waste matter the system and can longer supply the and health sustain require The whole system feels the this acid and not until the blood has been purified and brought back to a healthy will and cease Mrs Kell of Ninth street N H Washington D C writes ns follows A few months ago I attack of Sciatic Rheuma RheUDUlnSiD stand no- l o nt1e8 h tism in its worst form The pain was so intense that I unusually severe one and my was as being very I was one of the mot able in who is also a member of the fac ulty of a leading medical here Ketold me prostrated a doctors college regarded dangerous to continue prescnp I would well After if filled twelve times without receiving time slightest benefit I declined to treatment longer Having heard of S S SfSwifts Specific recommended for Rheumatism I almost in despair however to give the medicine a trial alter had taken a bottles I was able to hobble around on crutches and very soon there pains have left me my appetite has returned to nprffr his lions and I am happy to again health afte cure had the purifier arid tonic is the ideal in all rheumatic troubles There are no vegetable minerals it to disturb the digestion lead to ruinous habits Ve have a special book on Rheumatism which from this painful disease should read It is the most complete and interesting book of the It be sent free to desiring it Write our physi about yonr case make no charge for medical advice i vs SWIFT SPECIFIC ATLANTA CA If children make a noise in street their parents can be punished and rambling about in droves is for hidden after dark Dogs that annoys people by barking are forbidden espe dally after ten if you take your out then the nearest policeman bears 3own on you and wakes the streets with yells of That dog must not bark Golf tine CoiifiTieror of Nation According to the Scottish American golf is gradually taking firm hold on the European continent Tt is ten years or more since golf linkswere es at Cairo and there most of the 15ritisli officials including Lord Cromer Sir Edgar Vincent the late Sir Gerald Porter and others were to be found at one time or another Un granted a tract of land near the Prater and a club is being organized by the members of the British embassy Gnnil linr In Life Insurance They gamble in life insurance in England and anjone who cares to pay able to them in ease of the death of King Edward The rate charged for a life policy on his majesty is ten per cent while an accident policy costs 30 per cent a year Clnciuimtift Fall Festival An ideal outing is promised our citi zens and those who have been busy during the summer season in the nouncements of the Cincinnati Fall Festival which September Hth Near homeonly a few hours ride with a low railroad rate and a two weeks programme of pomp and unexcelled one should surely find enough to gratify the most fastidious tnste 0 The railroads have treated Cincin nati handsomely this year and the spec al rate announced will enable everybody to take in the Festival visit friends and acquaintances in theQueen City a most enjoyable outing at a very small cost ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will seli privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered in good state of cultivation On is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HEUNDON tf Assignee in and anyone V CO thee doge inkthe rate take out innssnrannee pUJ tab anon s P lished nnny try d e neignboriui I the following attractions0 tIers Annual Meeting Imperial Council OF TIlE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th One Fare for the EOuflu Trip PLUS 200 Ejwil Leap Meeting SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st 1901 GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH June Jnly August and September One Fare lor the PLUS 200 For further information call on or address E T MATTHEWS Traveling Pass Agt Louisville Ky JBLC TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis RoundTrip ll LANDRAM Real Estate Agents y LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the of doing 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 please call at thelaw office of R L Davidson over Stormes store and list theirproperty for sale We will advertise it extensively in theCENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make nocharge 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 you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and fo your propalaeady fDA IOSOI po e withus gIf A I a No 1 House anti Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A ucu and very convenient onestory house four rooms hallway S vanunlas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience iu the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good gardens pint with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new nUll convenient Price is right and t rms easy No 2 Vacant in Lancaster This Proprrty is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of lUll street 70 feet front and 3ir feet deep or Ji5 feet deep if desired a part of the DrOP Hill property Splendid buiid ing site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancasterf Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item Ko2 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or l2a feet deep if so desired n part of O IMIill place Good location in ex celleiit neighborhood building site good mutt commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the laud has been In grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or lump land the rest is rich and productive S ever failing water und lencing in good repair Laud has been well treated 1J4 story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern uexv barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm of 8G4 Acres on Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation acres of which have been sown in oats and 25 acres of tine tobacco or hemp land brings tine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn ice house and all nec essary outbuildings splendid cIstern etc Well worth what we want foi it No 14 600 Acres ot Coal and Timber Laud in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat Giver on the Southern Railroad This laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut und Cedar upon It No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky In Garrard county about IJ miles north Buena Vista under good fence with plenty water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard C room twostory house iu goo re necessary outbuildings Laud in Polleys Bend is fast increasing in value No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard County about 8 acres under cultivation balance in grass clover timothy and blue grass Good pasture land under good fence und well wintered by springs and ponds 12 acres in orchard in frnitiugj rime best vaiie tics of null kinds of fruit The house Is not a mansion but a good substantial country dwel ling IK storys hieh with a store room 3Sx20 feet aujoiuing it About 1 mile from Luwsons School House and 2 miles from Good HOIK Baptist church Examine this property if you want to buy No 15 Vacant Lot on South Side Water street ji illgton and Paulding In Lancaster 75 feet front on Water street 200 feet in depth This lot Is held at a verj ii reasonable price N Lot the Dr then well selected County K livers p nirs and un between Lex Iran 2 grass atCiniciuni mm on No Farm of 00 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek across tIne Garrard und Uockcastle linecAll bottom land level und productive never falling stock water JJj story log house aud altnecessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st 1SOI Price within the reach of men of moderate means No J House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 1 17 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property proper ty in this locution is always satiable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan Yille Avenue and 19S feet in depth IIoii e is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular has 1C rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside und outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively im 1roved and place generally repaired Lovely situation uic j convenient house anti all at a rock bottom price Possession given whets desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 73 acres of splenlUll hemp or tobacco laud 75 acres in grItsbalance undei cultivation watered by neverfailing springs Place is la good repair IIou o ij stories containing C rooms porch cud latticed porches good cistern good boxed log birn awl good outbuildings Very line largeand well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A line farm of No 12 Farm of 84 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike 6t acres in grass balance ander cultivationgood strong lund In good repair anti wateredby never failing springs Two story framehouse 6 rooms and necessary outbuildingsOne of the largest anti best barns iu the country Buildings comparatively new 2 good V orchard A very desirable farm near townand in good locality No 13 Housed and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms lower hallways all necessary outbuildings Plaice iu good repair rind healthylocation Will trade for house and lot iu Lan House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda finished inside and conveniently large bath room complete outfit of lo of Danville This property speaks for itself No 16 Farm of SO Acres at Lo gana CountyKentucky One of the prettiest country residences In the Blue Grass Region with SO acres of fertilelaud attached situated at Logaua iu Jcssamine county Ky 5 miles from Nicbolusville a good turnpike und near railroad 6 room cottage house magnificient barn and every kind of convenient outbuildings good everything in good repair Good location for x doctor or dairy man h 19 Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of and About miles from Lancaster All good Close to church schoolind fitted for stock raising I property t moderate size upper aud handsomely constructed stabled water Farm s lurid very underience and watered DwellInghouse it 2 storys hIgh containing roomstwo tenant good and aU other buildings arethe place I N 10 an nnst I steno d stabled out For further particulars write to or R L Davidson LawOfiice over Stormes store Louis Landrai Central Record office callon 0 R 5 c