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I TWIStrill TEAR Entered at the port Office in Lanauter Kyt at Second Class Natter QTJI3 LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 22 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR c r- ttutrn NUJ 21 190 Y r1 US OF And Names of The following is list of names who drew the prizes from 50 down includ ing the 5 prizes No I Mr Dishon Sweeney 50 2 J E Allen Lancaster 25 3 B Ashley Lancaster 15 v 4 Frazee Owens Lancaster 10 5 Hattie Duncan Bourne 5 0 Dean Davis Lancaster 5 7 Hattie Ham McCreary 5 8 W H Pope Lancaster 5 9 Sam Cotton Teatersville 5 10 Fred Hall Lancaster 5 11 F B Siler Lancaster 5 12 Mary C Cox Sweeney 5 13 Lizzie Pettus Preachersville 5 14 Ed Middleton Lancaster 5 15 Geo Rogers Stanford 5 1C Ben G ibbs Lancaster 5 17 Samantha Sutton Lancastr 18 Mrs B W Givens Hubble 5 19 Mrs F P Frisbie Lancaster 5 20 Ethel Dunn Lancaster 5 21 Clay Ray Buckeye 5 22 Mrs J n Patterson Lanster 5 23 W G Anderson Lancaster 5 24 Bill Anderson Marksbury I 25 Maggie Boyle Lancaster 5 26 S D Turner Lancaster 5 27 Lillie King Lancaster 5 28 Nannie Bourne Lancaster 5 29 Susie Anderson Lancaster 5 The following merchants were in combination to give away the 400 Logan Dry Goods Co J R Haselden J C Thompson Sallie Tillett F P Frisbie H M Ballou Co J A Beazley Co W J Romans i X T r TilE WINNERS T 7 5 4 the j 5 J f I r PRIZES S r J r i s r f k 3 THE HOME NEWSI Hemp knives at Conns Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons OBuggies Surreys and Phaetons at cost for next thirty days at Conns 1 have employed an expert machine ist and am prepared to repair all kinds of engines machines etc J B Conn A New Idea J A Beazley Co are prepared to resilver mirrors and can make old ones as good as new The cost is very s nail Try it aug22tf Scr vices at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and night Sub at 11 a m Face the Dilemma Lecture on Salt Lake City at night I Builds in Danville The Advocate says Mr G S Gaines has bought a lot on Fourth street in Danville and will at once begin the erection of a handsome dwelling Buys a Summer Resort Col Todd Scott of this city has purchased the Green Briar Springs property formerly owned by Dan G Slaughter He has not decided to run the place himself or lease it He will spend much money in repair ing it Buys Fine house Mr J W Elmore purchased of Jake Robinson his dwelling on Danville street price 5500 It is one of the finest houses in town is in a pretty lo cation and is very valuable property It was built by Judge Henry T Noel a few years ago Mr Elmore has sold the house in which he now resides State Sunday School Convention The convention will convene at Dan ville August 20 21 22 1901 The Sun day Schools in this county are re quested to select their delegates at unce and notify me Only delegates holding ccrtiflcatessignedby the coun ty president will be entertained free Amanda Anderson Cor Incompetent Testimony The bachelor editor of the Cynthi ana Democrat Jim Allen who was never within fifty feet of a woman let lone trying to hug one works off the following No portrait qf a man ever appears on Uncle Sams coins and no portrait of a woman on his postage stamps That is the reason we lick the stamps and squeeze the Excursion Train and lEaf Rates On account of the Conclave in Lou isville next week the L N will run an excursion through Lancaster to that city next Tuesday the 27th at one fare for the round trip The train passes Paint Lick at 437 a m Low ell 439 a m Hiattsville 455 a m Lancaster 503 a m and reaches Lou isville at 930 a m in ample time to see the greatest street parade ever seen in the South Thirty thousand uniformed Knights will be in line ac companied by 125 bands of music This will be the biggest parade ever given in the South and you had better take advantage of the low rates offered and see it Kentucky FInli Lav Section 1 That it shall be unlaw ful for any person or persons to catch or destroy fish in any of the running waters lakes or ponds other than pri vate ponds of this state by means of a seine net other than a dip net drag or trap except streams forming the boundary line between this and other states Anyone thus offending shall on conviction be fined in a sum not less than 25 nor more than 50 for each offense and cost of Sec 2 That any person or persons who shall place or cause to be placed in any of the running waters designa ted in section 1 any drug injurious substance medicated bait or any dy namite or other explosive agent with intent to injure poison or catch fish shall be guilty of misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be fined not less than 50 nor more than 100 for each offense and cost of prosecution CHEAP RATES Via the Cfacvapcakc and Ohio Ry On August 3rd and 7th inclusiveand August 24th to the 28th inclusive the Association rates of one and onethird fare on the Certificate plan will be in effect 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 Ky j ct whether coins prosecution on the C O L c thereon See ty Merchants Philadelphia Lexington J Bargains in buggies etc at Handsome stock of heavy twilled crash at Josephs Excursion rates to PanAmerican Expo Queen Crescent Route QWhen you come to town Monday bring THE RECORD that dollar It will go a long way up here Farmers Favorite and the Ken tucky Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros Biz Land Deal Will Cook bought this week from Take Robinson sixty acres of land ad joining his Cooks farm at 00 per acre He also bought the growing crops thereon Died In Lexington Mr Ed Ford one of oldest citizens of the county died rather suddenly in Lexington last Wednesday His fun eral was conducted by Rev L Robin son at thejilt Olivet church last Fri day He had been a member of the Methodist church for 65 years Died In Knoxville Information was received by Lan caster relatives of the death of Mrs Nannie Embry Elkin of Louisville which occurred in KnoxvilleTuesday She has a number of relatives in this county and many friends who regret to learn of her sudden death On to the Conclave The following Sir Knights will at tend the Conclave in Louisville next week J C Hemphill W O Rigney W B Mason J Miller R Kin naird J A Burnside and Louis Lan dram They are members of Ryan Commandery No 17 The annual contest composed of representatives from the publicschools Garrard county will be held in Lan caster October 25th under the man agement of Miss Amanda Anderson Two medals will be given one for the best boy and the other for the best girl speaker Ages from 11 to 17 tf Business Change Mr D D Guiger closed a deal with the Blue Grass Grocery Co and Mr J A Payne this week and has taken pos session of the large grocery adjoining the Citizens National Bank The style of the new firm is The Lancas ter Grocery Co The Blue Grass Co is entirely out of the business and is a thing of the past in Lancaster Mr Guiger is a business man of ability and will keep an uptodate store in every respect THE RECORD extends a wel come to the new firm Not What its Cracked Up Harrodsburg Democrat Luther Speaks and two nephews of this coun ty who have been in Oklahona with a threshing outfit got back this week They were in El Reno during the drawing and say that thousands of acres of the land is almost worthless and that in less than two years hun dreds of the homesteads that people went wild to get can be bought for a song We understand that W D Green who went out to view the landscape oer writes back that he wouldnt have the land if they would give it to him He is now on his way home Bro 11111 to Leave Somerset Somerset Republican Mrs F M Hill and children have returned from a summers stay at the home of her father Rev W B Godby of Boyle county Rev Mr Hill having return ed from a meeting of the Epworth League in California and we regret to say that Bro Hill and family are to live in Somerset only a few weeks longer usage of his church limiting the time of service of pastors at any one place and he tells us that Confer ence meets the 2nd of October at Shelbyville Bishop Hargrove 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 la test 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 well and we guarantee all our product to give nice satisfaction We pay cash for wheat and corn at any time be tween harvests We solicit your pat ronage Flour meal and feed con stantly for sale Burnam Rucker Do not think that if you come tosee my Fall and goods you are under obligations to buy for you are not but come and post yourself about the styles so you will what to buy when you do get rea J C Hemp con W Contest presiding onhand il jii 1 i Get Peste Winter that kofr cy D Monday is county court day Passepartout picture binding at Thompsops Through sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route The Chattanooga Hancock DiscPlow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros Good gentle family horse Large enough for rockaway tf J VV Elmore Lancaster Farm Sold 830000 J AShuttleworth of Louisville has purchased the James Gentry farm on the Lebanon pike near Danville The farm contains 205 Senator Parker in Town Senator Ed Parker of London was here Monday on business in the cir cuit court and was sworn in as a mem ber of the local bar Senator Parker is one of the most prominent republi cans in the state and a mighty clever gentleman Salt Lake City And It Religion On account of the rain the lecture to be given by Rev L Robinson on Salt Lake City and its Religion was postponed until next Sunday night at 730 He gave the lecture to a large and delighted audience at Brantsville last Sunday evening Admission free no collection 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 razors and polite attention enable us to please the most fastidious A call will convince you Henry Duncan the old barber tf Naylor Mr George Naylor died at his home in the county Friday night He was in the eightyfifth year of his age and one of Garrards most prominent and prosperous farmers The remains were interred in the Lancaster Ceme tery Sunday Our effort to secure a more extended notice of the death proved futile the one promising it failing to send it in Let Go A Michigan faith cure man put a pistol to his own body and pulled the trigger declaring the Lord would protect him from harm says an The Lord however wisely refrained from interfering with the foolkillers business and the funeral was set for 830 the next morning on account of the intense heat About Boring for Water Capt Herndon tells THE RECORD that there is little doubt but that the proposition to bore for water will be carried out and as soon as court is over the gentlemen interested will get together and take active steps in the matter We sincerely trust this will be pushed through as without water the town will never advance in im provements Ninetenths of the tax payers of the town want water works and so said at the polls and this the case it seems that it be money in some ones pocket to put in the system Death of Elder Jesse Walden Eld Jesse Walden whose critical illness was noted in last issue of THE RECORD died Saturday night Elder Walden was taken ill at the residence of Mr Napier near Cartersville and it was impossible to remove him to his home on the Danville pike He preached at Cartersville on the Sun day before and we understand sat in a draught which gave him a deep cold This quickly developed into which resulted fatally The were brought home Sunday and funeral services held at the Christian church Monday morning at 10 oclock conducted by Rev Allen R Moore at the Conclusion of which the interment took place at the Lancaster Cemetery The deceased was born and reared in Indiana and came to Kentucky about the year 1865 He entered the minis try early in life and was one of the most prominent ministers in theChris tian church in Kentucky His woik has been mostly evangelistic and he accomplished much good in bringing sinners to Christ He had a splendid education and at one time had charge of the old Lancaster Seminary He was possessed of a kindly disposition which always made his company en joyable He was a man of extraordi dary intelligence and a preacher of unusual ability Every was his friend and he was beloved by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance He was the most forgiving man we ever knew and was so looked upon by all his acquaintances A singular it is that the subject of his last sermon was upon Forgiveness He leaves a widow three children Mrs R M Campbell Eld William and Jesse Out of a family of several brothers only one Mr George Wai den of Danville family have the deepest sympathy in their great loss it is a consolation to them toknow that he bas gone to a world is laid up for him a crown of glory f X For Sale or would pneumonia happier Rim exchange remains one occur ence and survives him The but where xN 3 Conn gives rebate stamps on all cash work We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler 3t Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route Teachers Examination Examinations for colored teachers will be held August 23 and 24 All will be held in the Superintendents office Branching Out The Mt Vernon Signal says the substantial firm of Houk Adams of that place have bought the business of Fields Browning at Livingsoon and will run the business on a larger scale This is one of the most pro gressive in Ky Success Col Jim Reorganized The Lancaster orchestra last week and meets every Monday evening at the Garrard Hotel Mr Long is deeply interested in the band and devotes much time to it The members think they will be in shape to furnish good music next winter Will Open New Grocery Mr A J Payne formerly with the Blue Grass Grocery tells THE RECORD that he will probably reenter the grocery and general merchandise busi ness in Lancaster within the next week or so Mr Payne is a good citi zen and we trust will remain our town Married la Lexington Harrodsburg DemocratMr Eugene Thisler of Garrard county and Miss Susie Smalley who has been a valua ble clerk in the Blue Front this city for a number of years were married in Lexington Wednesday They will make home with the grooms fa ther Mr E J Thisler on Dix river An Ounce of Prevention The statement is made by scientists fear is entertained thatKentucky will pass through a typhoid fever epidemic this fall if every precation is not taken to destroy these germs It is necessa ry that wells be closely guarded for it any other The unsanitary condition of wells is due largely to filthy premi ses and it should be seen to at once that all outhouses sinks etc are thoroughly cleaned Thompson reorganized acitizen- of their thrivingin typhoidfever All kind of machinery repaired at Conns THE RECORD office is thoughly to do all kinds of printing Give es a trial order I ask both old and new cuetomers to come and see the display of Wool ens Friday and Saturday of this J C Hemphill DoableHeader Last Sundays special to Cincinnati copsisted of fourteen coaches and it required two engines to pull the train Another be run Sunday week mules I will be in Lancaster Monday Aug 26 Court Day to buy and ship one or two car loads of mule colts and year ling mules W C Terhune Harrods burg Ky Odie Paul and a negro named Van diver had a difficulty at the Liberty fair and in the shooting that followed a bullet struck Miss Ada Brown a young lady in the grand stand inflict ing a mortal wound Graded Schools to Open Prof Patterson teils THE RECORD that the Lancaster Graded Schools will open Monday Sept Oth It is very important that all scholars enter on the first day as it will save much confusion and enable them to get down to work much sooner Lancaster Graded School The seventh session of this will open Monday Sept Oth 1901 All pupils living in the district are urged to be present on the first day Nonresident pupils may enter by pay in advance to the collector E W the following rates of tuition 1 2 3 and 4th grades 9 per term months 5 G 7 and 8th 12 and 12th 15 T Currey President J B Kinnaird Secty Meeting of Incorporators Messrs John M Logan L F Hub ble W H Kinnaird and G M Pat terson of this city went to Burnside Ky this week to attend a meeting of the stockholders of the proposed rail road between Corbin and Burnside They will go over the entire route and take final steps toward beginning the work of construction They have the capital secured with which to do the work and it is believed that dirt will bebroken within a few weeks More Local on page 3 prepared will 1 Lady Stops Stray Bullet Harris 4 91011 4t week Wanted institution PLANT TilE SEED FOR THE WORLD WE S 1 WIDE WIDE 1TJ CIE SAM it pays in satisfactionand in dollars and cents to the best DRILLS J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors SUlEliOIt GRAIN cam sas Ji1i1r00 8 M M REIMPIMENTS Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty i Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward iull Line of I Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson ATTENTION LADIES 1 I have one hundred pairs of Ladies 0 A f Misses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords A odds and ends left from the Logan Robin 0 A son stock that 1 wilt close out at Fiftys 0 S per cent Less than cost 0 S 0 Come early and get first choice f H T LOGAN o z 0 Io 0 I 0 9 Io t I o manufacturers 1 I O o 0 I 0- n0O O 0 0 0o 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 o 0 O OA IGENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ey August 22 ITS UP TO US If the People of Lancaster Want to Derive Great Benefits From New Railroad They fflTmit be Up and Doing THE RECORD has said all along that the extension of the Southern Bail way from Burgle to Jellico would be built and that it would be through Garrard county provided the people displayed sufficient inter est in securing it As the days go by the truth of our predictions become more apparent Those of our busi ness men who have not jumped at the conclusion that it will not be made and thought over the matter have now come to the conclusion that Tin RECOUP has held out all along and the general opinion is that it is only a matter of a very short time until work of construction will begin This being the case THE RECORD wishes to call the attention of the people of Lancaster to a few facts In the first place we have the strongest opposition in Danville and Stanford which towns arc moving heaven and earth to get the road While it is true that we have the shortest and most desirable route in every wayyet if we dont show some interest in the matter the officials will very conclude that we dont want the road and as they dont care to build through sleepy mossback towns will lean toward the Danville route Another very important matter to consider is the fact that the road will be of little advantage except in freight rates unless we get the located here The natural point for the division is at Brodhead but if Lancaster will come up with an to furnish the road all necessary land for side tracks etc and agree to not plaster them over with taxation then there will be a fighting chance for the division being located here We speak from inside information when we say that unless this is done the division shops etc will pass us byand there is no mistake about it This is a matter that is well worth any mans time and THE RECORD calls the attention of the people to the fact if we want the road and want something that will double the value of property every citizen must take interest and see that all wishes of the railroad company are granted Now is the time to secure right of way and now is the time to take steps toward securing the land to offer the company for its tracks etc but whether anything will be done remains tobe seen THE feels that it has done its duty in keeping the people posted on the and it is now up to them as to what thefinal outcome will be A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief so discharged him I went over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gaye him one dose told him to takeanother dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured For by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Dont be satisfied with temporary relief from indigestion Sodol Cure permanently and conJ pletely removes this complaint It relieves permanently because itallows the tired stomach perfect rest ing wont rest the stomach Nature receives supplies from the food weeat The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which digests what you eat and cant help do you goop P P Frisbie When a man asks for a womans sympathy he doesnt really care about it My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea Ji Poak of Wil hams Oregon We were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Chat berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am nappy to say it gave ediate relief and acomplete cure ii q i 0 tJ 1901 constructed naturally division agreement burdensome reasonable RECORD matter saIl Dyspepsia Diet but anything saysJ 1 t ebJJL IL d f r j r1 4 PilEACHERSVILLE J P Ballard is having a saw mill put up on his farm J P Rogers bought 15 barrels of corn at 82 per barrel Henry Blankingship sold a horse at Stanford last week for 55 W P Disheon got the 50 premium at the Logan Dry Goods store W H Brown bought some nice hogs in Rockcastlo county last week A S Thompson sold 15 sheep to for 2J cts par pound Rev W B Bagan is attending the camp meeting at Wilmore for a few days The association will commence next Tuesday great preparations are being made for same Revs Hutchins and Rogers closed their meeting at Harmans Lick with two additions and the church greatly revived Mrs John L Holtzclaw and family were visiting the family of H C Sunday Miss Nellie Hobbs has been visiting at Walnut Flat for a few days W II Cummins and Dr Hizer attended meeting at lIar mans Lick Sunday J F Holtz claw and B Y Lunsford went over to Danville Saturday Rev Wm C Ilutchins has been called to preach at Broadhead next year JJUYANTSVILLE Our town was almost deserted last Sunday almost having gone to the Willmorc camp meeting G Your correspondent in behalf of the church extends sym pathy to the bereaved family of Bro WaldenMr Ford formerly of this place died in Indiana on the 14th the arrived here on the 16th and after services at Mt Olivet by Rev L Robinson were laid to rest at that place having been a member at that church for number of years Mrs Johnson will visit relatives in Anderson this week Master Sparks Wilson and parents have returned to their home in Tennessee Mrs Jones and daughter Margaret have returned to their home in Paducah after spending the summer with mother Mrs Berkele JulianElliot who has been visiting his brother Dr Elliott returned home at Mayfield Friday Dr Traylor is visiting old home in Adair county Miss Mattie Robinson of Lancastr spent last week with her aunt Mrs Baugh man Misses Pearl and Ann Hill of Lancaster and Miss DosieColier of Danville are the guests of MrsTaylor Burdette Mr and Mrs B F Jen ninirs are visiting their son C M Jennings in Danville Jas Ford of Lexington attended the funeral of his fathor here lost week The fol lowing ladies entertained in honor of our summer visitors Misses Dunn Ballard Sparks Jenkins Berkele Stedman Mrs Holo way and little son of Willmore spent several days last week with her sister Mrs Dr Armstrong STONE Coy Saunders bought of B Preston some hogs for 5c Mrs C W Mitchell is visiting at Cyn thiana for a few days James Land bought of Jesse Dun can one bay mare for 43 James Parks bought of Henry Tea ter some yearling cattle at 4c C Thompson sold his farm of acres to Nelson Dean for 750 There will be a colt show at Stoen given by Mr Clay Fowler August 24 Mr Sam Duncan of Hebron and Miss MattieSaunders of Stone drove over to Lancaster and were married and returned to the home of the groomC Moberley sold to Geo Burton a Jersey cow for 30 and sold to Wm Wall two calves for 20 Wm Mober ley sold to Wm Wall one calf for 8 T H Green sold to same bunch of hogs at Sets FLATWOODS W H Purr has some very which are for sale Crops are looking well in this sec tion since we have received so much rainW H Furr bought G hogs from Ja cob Clouse for 18 also Wm Clouse bought two hogsfrom Wm Compbell Mrs Lucy Worrell sold corn to James Elmore for 3 per barrel ered also W H Furr sold some to J F at the crib Misses Malissa and Furr left last Monday for Cloverdale Ind Ciemma will attend school there but her sister will go to Frankton in a few days to open her school QueittlOH Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using else for Indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard ofAppendicitisNer- vpus Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of tbe 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 onlyneed 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 Drugstore fwy j f Dan Cum- mins everybody PleasantGrove remains Haselden and t 38 one fine peaches deliv Cookfor3 Clemma anything Biliousness s 4 4e h sOme 4 Storm tlM FAINXLICK Rev Elliott of Lexington is con uctinga very interesting meeting at Fairview Margaret who has been bad health for a long time died on the 16th in her 64th year Her were interred in the grave yard The Warwick Distillery at Silver Creek is being remodeled and the ca pacity for making whisky will be doubled it will turnout about 70 barrels per day Will Howe our artistic painter has completed a nice job on A B Est ridges new store room It looks as neat as pin and Mr Estridge has the nicest store room in our city The old bridge has been torn down and the contractors for the stonework Petter Howe and Wm Eskel have commenced building the abutments The people didnt know how much the old bridge was worth to them until it was torn down Misses Nannie Summa and Minnie Pullins of Richmond are visiting rel atives and friends here Misses Cal lie and Sallie Adams entertained the young folks Saturday evening Jes se D Wearren of Stanford was here this week working insurance At his home near Point Leavell John Rout died on the 13th after a patient sufferer for a long time with Brights disease He bore his afflictions with Christian fortitude and he never murmured there was al ways a smile on his face and he was fully prepared for the summons when it camo lIe was a member of the Baptist church and was faithful to the discharge of every duty as a Christian He was a kind husband a good neighbor and everybody loved him and it is sad to chronicle the deathof such a good man as he was All was done that the loving hands of a devoted wiferelatiyes and friends could do to alleviate his sufferings and bring back the healthbloom to his cheeks but of no avail grim death had put its cold hands upon him and he had to go TilE BIG DRAWING A Large Crowd Assembled at The- r Opera House to Witness The liter chuiitft Drawing The Opera House was crowded afternoon by many of our best people to witness the drawing for the 400 so extensively advertised by Lancaster merchants As pre viously stated in TUB RECORD this plan was originated by Mr John M Logan who is always on the alert to I ii g fig i J c d Its in remains PattersonI just a new being Saturday several 7w a Parks JOHN M LOGAN originate novel plans for the benefit of the merchants and the customers His enterprise in this scheme is being highly praised by our people The fol lowing firms were interested in the drawing Logan Dry Goods Co J R Haselden II M Ballbu Co J C bie J A Beazley Co W J Romans The committee who conducted the drawing was composed of Messrs R Kinnaird J H Thompson Forrest Stapp Crit Eubanks Millard Route and Chas Mitchell The names of the lucky ones are published elsewhere in this issue In order to more fully the plan we reproduce the of Mr J M Logan who the work said Ladies and Gentlemen I desire to make a few remarks in behalf of the Merchants Advertising Club About the middle of last September thisclub advertised to give away 400 in cash We stated that the cash premiums would be awarded about the first to middle of last January or as soon as the tickets were disposed of Our method of raising this 400 was briefly this We agreed to give or donate so much per 1000 for the tickets we used and when we had used so many thousand tickets we would have the 400 to do nate as we had advertised Now we could not tell just bow long it would take us to use up these tickets so we had to make a guess and we stated about January 1st or as soon as tickets were disposed of to raise this amount Well we were mistaken in the time when January came in we bad noV disposed of a sufficient amount to raise the 400 hence the delay We had two or three draw backs to eh counter one was this The Stamp Combination premium ticket was and it seemed that most of the people preferred the stamp or combination tickets so this threw us back and we were at a loss to just what to do finally we got together and decided we would carry it through anyway and what weliked in djspos ingot tickets we would ontrbute to makeup the balance and so we are here today to do Justus we advertised We never go back on what we agree r advertise to do you can always rely itiiaaj seem strange to some of you 3Thompson explain remarks sufficient putout know on that s- K i befo recommencing i why we seleleeted this method of ad businesses and why we placed the amount of money so large I will tell you why We as merchants were anxious to enlarge our territory for business and we must employ dif erent methods of advertising to at tract the trade from a distance Most of you know that Lancaster has not until within thelast fey years engaged in the commercial activity she ought The people who live on the border of our county and many within a stones throw of our town have been going off to other towns for their merchandise so we merchants have awakened to the fact that we must make some extra efforts to let the people know that we have as good stocks of as our neighboring towns and are willing to sell as cheap or cheaper than they We may have all of these but what good will it do us or the peq le unless we let them know this Therefore I say in this day of active commercial competition we as mer chants must employ diferent methods of advertising and get the people to come and see what we offer The merchantile business is on a different basis from what it was ten fifteen and twentyfive years ago All classes of merchandise is sold on a very close margin of profit and we merchants have to or must work hard to increase the volume of our business It is only in this way that we can make any money There never was a period in the worlds thatthe consumers to the cost of production as they do now It is but to have it this way because people of limited means and there is lots of us in this world can live the cheaper and more comfortably The cheaper you get an article if the quality is kept up to the standard the more of it is consumed If the can sell a larger quantity at low prices lie has made as much as if he only sold a small quantity at a big price So you see it is but fur the peo pie at large to buy at a low ijrice and we are working and doing in our power to give you good honest merchandise at as low prices as it is possible to give We will take this to thank the people of this town county and surrounding counties for their very kind and liberal patron age We merchants believe you our efforts in trying to Lancaster as a commercial center and we are proud to state that no little town in central Kentucky is a better trade than our town You people have stood by us nobly and we appreciate it we promise you that we will do all in our power to merit your patronage Now brother merchants it is our duty to study the wants of the people and try to secure that class of that will give satisfaction to our customers and sell at a reasonable profit They must depend largely our judgement forquality and price therefore it is our duty to scan the markets closely and see where we can procure the best class of merchandise for the least cost When we buy on this basis we are in a position to give our trade the best value Some say it is easy enough to get trade but the trouble is to hold it after you have got it If we give the people good honest merchandise bought right and at a reasonable profit and when they come to make their purchases be frank with them and tell them all about the they are buying not deceive them in any way we will find they will stand by us Truth should be the corner stone of business Let us select a motto for our trade banner and I would suggest that we put upon the Banner the Golden Rule Myopin ion is if we select this motto and live up to it our trade will gradually m crease until we have covered tte entire territory tributary to our town We must keep on the move dont be afraid to spend a little money for letting the people know what you have for sale and all about it The Insurance man gives his prospective policy holder all kinds of attention makes him feel somewhat of a and a general good fellow all around Isnt thatso Bob lInt when the deal is closed the one of yesterday becomes unproductive ready to be labeled Finished and put on the shelf to mature at his own sweet will The merchandiser hes different has got to keep on the best side of and all the time rarely ever conies a period in the customers living that you can write them down impossibles There is always a way to draw forth the dollars provided values to offer values did Isay Aye but there is something else Courtesy Take an interest in their shopping and try to have what the people want and above all things you should err on the side of giving more than is really expected rather than fall the least bit short A like this will stand the hardest test that can be put upon a business If all these features well not say that you cant succeed but we arc safe in assuming that the success wont be as marked as it might be We all want to succeed in business Takes a man of energy and backbone brother merchant to stand alone and fight his way till success is assuredly his It will not do to spend our spare moments hunting props were not content to strive unassisted But turn here and there with the hope that this club or that lodge will pave the way to easy street Wheres the manlinesf where the satisfaction ol drawing business from any soured but that which pays tribte because honest effort coupled with substan tial values demanded it Like chasing anyway to follow after on this plan Theres a single road to success brother merchant so broad a way too that its marvelous v g ertising our I merchandise conducted history bought so close merchant opportunity appreciate buildup enjoying merchandise upon merchandise advertising millionaire everyone history youve combination I enthusiastic bubbles business i 1t v blacking s s liov any can miss it As our minds and eyes at the present moment scan the merchandising field we see every where the active the wide awake winning fund and fortune while those in the other class the ones who cant see that business must be won through hard persistent aggressive effort falling by the wayside blaming the town the people the weather anything so long as they can shift the responsibility for failing somewhere anywhere but on their own shoulder Let us not be one of this class A story thats as old as buying and sel ling itself is the one that tells you there is no marked success without a corresponding degree of effort Who but one who had about taken leave of his senses would undertake the of anyline of trade and hope to expertness by sitting down and waiting for things to come his way Merchandising is essentially a class in itself Trades may be learned their every feature Be grasped and executed but with merchandising its different never a time when a merchant can write himself down master of all its details always something new about merchandising new way to show your goods new way to talk about then new shopping arrangements and these things learned by the wide awake who keep in close touch watching every change of public fancy and shap ing their equipment accordingly will grow in publc favor you are planning all the time There is no royal road to success Hard persistent con sistanfc effort is the grip and password before we reach the top round in the ladder of merchandising Results be obtained without work The merchantile business is no place for the idler or lazy man he has no time for these luxuries solid cash values and solid work are the straight path way to victory There is no luck about it luck is waiting for something to turn up labor with sharp eyes and an iron will will turn up something luck lies dreaming in bed wishing that some one would bring them news of a legacy Labor turns out at six oclock luck whines labor whistles luck on chance labor on character A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck The lively spark in the flint would sleep forever but for friction the tire of man would never blaze but for competition the moment man is re lieved of opposition and the track of his life is oiled with inherited wealth thatmoment he ceases to struggle and therefore ceases to grow This should not be the case but press forward and encourage honest Brother merchants let us together and work for the upbuilding of our town and county and show the people of this section that we can offer them better trading facilities than any town around us When you want a modern uptodate physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at R E Roberts drug store 1m A woman always has her suspicions of a man who never lies to her 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 recommend them F P Frisbie 1m If women were born widows they would learn to flirt before they could the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove this danger Safe pleasant and effective F P Frisbie 1m About the only time a woman over looks a bargain is when she selects a husband It si easier to keep well than get cured DeWitts Little Earlv Risers taken now and then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote easy gentle action F P Frisbie The fool hen chuckles joyously over the egg that is destined to furnish some one else with an omelet Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain cure Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you getthe original DeWitt 5 F P Frisbie 1m A dollar unjustly gained cannot be justly kept James White Bryantsville Ind says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs He had suffered G years Doctors failed to help him Get DeWitts Accept no imitations F P Frisbie 1m Nothing flatters a fool so much as asking his advice lam indebted toOne MinuteCough Cure for my present good health and my life I was treated in vain by dot tors for lung trouble following la grippe I took One Minute Cough Cure and recovered my health Mr EH Wise Madison Ga FPFrisbie Every man knows worse of himself than he knows of others DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It soothes and quickly heals the injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitts Io good for goods sake and seek neither praise nor reward In cases of cough or croup give the little one One Minute Cough Curt Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in a little while Itnever fails Pleasant to take always safe sure and almost instantan F P Frisbie learning accomplish thoroughlyand merchandising cannot relics often competition pull talkIf forpiles F P Wee Frlsbie sIiff ct J i Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices ange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGTTlRE BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefol and PromptAttention Guaranteed J K HiaaiHBOTHAM PreildeaL- XWIB Y LXAVKU YlcePretldent B Cashlet W O RISNMT Assistant Cash CD Wiuunt DIRECTORS JMHlOeiNBOTHAK LXtTM y IiXATILL- T M AKHOLD B F HUDSON Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly- at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I LANCASTER KY Insure with tire ORGANIZED 1833 RATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER TT Capital Surplus Fund 50000 lOOOt New York Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Flienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile BANK i SURPLU IIOOOOM LANCASTER XT President JHO E STORMM Vice C DINNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JK E T EMBKY Aist Bookeepei DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes WH Kinnaird YJf 8 BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain ite Presbyterian church JOHN T JOHNSTON CiyiL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended to JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY F HUDSON Boo eeJHP JT ArY KINNAIRD INSURANCE Reroelltill Followin COillDanies Aetna Aetna Lifo Ins Go gf llarffoColl Z4g3 7HB NATIONAL l o f 1 A t DKNlfT PresIdent- S lathe W JOH SON ITIZER U WHITE- R1 JAPITAL 5OOOOO Cash MeG LOUISVILLE ACCOUNT KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE VIA Queen Crescent Route Aug 27th30th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rinearson Cincinnati i LOW RATESTO It G P A a Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Sept for one day only at the New Mason Hotel and will fit glasses to the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found 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 much 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 good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfectly ad justed is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth N shat have been made at my oilice 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 tin 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 structing digestive or is the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Nausea Sick Headache all otherresults ofimperfect digestion Erfc850e Large sl ea ttI B2Xttws Fmillgi all l aall dfrc Prapartd by E C DtWITT AGO Cfelcufl 20211901 cancan rageA G Kodol and ItBook about 4 LOCAL TIMETABLES MiISouthbnd passes Lancaster li M AM Northbnd Mixed 335rM Northbnd Passgr Sonthbnd U3tAit Mixed 252 a x4 QCHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time Inefct Julyl590 f l I A g AttL 1 FtrVLJ Kl STATIONS LvLonisville 830am l Lexington U2 am 845am 8 12am 5 50p MtSterllnr IIzann 935am 650am 340pm Philadelphia 1015am 1240nn STATIONS LvNewYork 800am 500pm Philadelphia leaoara 731pm 2 16pm 10pm UtSterllng 713am Winchester 245 m- ArLexington 812am 510pm 768am 336ps 11 Nam Trains to and from New TrkDAlLY Other trains run dally except gvvtey For ear or writs wMteiAea QXOW JAKK KY r Winchester 1157 am 91Spm 850am 630pm NewYork 9 S Ovzrc 7 S7am 22IB Opm sl a 703pm- a tpm 5 a 4 4 4 550am 2 I2pa 4 t ran S IWetiL i c Xfc Where j the Home I- y i o e t PEOPLE 90 0 CvC Have Visited f J d d Miss Allie Arnold was in Danville yesterday Dr Frazee of Maysrille is visiting friends in this city Miss Allie Anderson is in Lexington under a physicians care W J Kinnaird of Middlesboro in town for a few days Miss Edith Moore of returned to her home Miss Lizzie Brown left Monday to visit friends in Indianapolis Miss Alberta Anderson is visiting Miss Dove Embry of Lexington Miss Sallie Lou Myers is visiting Miss Edith Moore of Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Grace Helen are visiting relatives in Chicago Mr and Mrs A G Swinebroad are spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Bannie Perkins and Mrs Bob Thompson left this week to visit in Indiana MtVernon E Thomp son and children ofLancaster are itmg her mother Mrs W MPoynter Dr Hugh M Grant attended the Lexington fair and visited Flemings burg and accompanied his family homeMiss Myers Marks bury and Mr George Shumate of Danville spent Sunday with Miss Sal lie Lou Myers Louisville Post Miss Alma Lackey of Gallatin Tenn wiirbe the guest of Misses Gertrude and Harriet Pet tus during the Conclave Mrs Simpson Elkin of Atlanta and her friend Mrs Armstrong of arrived Monday to be the guests of Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Christine Bradley Herbert Kinnaird and John Burnside a house party this week given by Miss Emily Chenault of Richmond Miss Malissa Furr who has been spending her vacation with her left this week for Indiana ac companied by her sister who will at tend school The bride was a recent visitor in this city and is the handsome niece of Mr T W Reid Many Lancaster friends wish the couple much and success Capt John been at taking in the fair and attending the Confederate reunion The feels young again when mingling with the old soldier boys Messrs Will Sam and Marshall Den ny entertained very handsomely evening in honor of Miss Maggie Beaty of Iowa A very large crowd was present Elegant refreshments were served Mt Vernon Signal Mrs Pow ell of Lancaster came yesterday af ternoon to see her sister Mrs W T Short who is very sick Attorney W I Williams of Lancaster attend ed court here this week Mesdames Howard Rice and Louis Landram will go to Louisville Sunday where they will enjoy the Conclave festivities Messrs Rice and Lan dram will report there next Saturday morning to assist in escort duty as signed the Kentucky Commanderies The following Lancastrians attend ed the Lexington fair J S Haselden Judge Hemphill Guy Davidson H Hommel Charles Collier Major Kin is nairdand Marguerite R H Tomlinson and daughter Annell Joe Francis H T Logan Mr and MrsSam Haselden and guest Miss Stella Rot la Is 7 4 Perryville 1 SignalMrsR Hallie Rice of t Alabama attended parents happiness Dotyhas Lexington Captain Friday C D dauh er it ertson I 1 Perryville i 1 re- Lives v A l 1 i 1 has a er Branan Beazley spent the past week in Lexington Miss Eliza Ison has been the guest of Mrs Ellen Poor Mrs Ellen Poor spent a few days Crab Orchard last week Miss Bessie Batson is attending the Brodhead fair this week Mr and Mrs Haselden of Bryants vine were in town Monday Senator George T Farris and Jake Joseph attended the Liberty fair Miss Amy Davidson is at home again from Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs Tom Walls are over the arrival of a little girl Mrs Sam Cotton and daughter of Danville have been visiting MrsOwen Rigney Mr Will Broaddus of Louisville is spending a few days with relatives in this city Mrs Rosa Crow and daughter Miss Marietta are visiting at Mr A B Browns Mrs Edward Allen has returned from a delightful visit to the Buffalo Exposition Mr David Chenault Sr of Rich mond visited his daughter Mrs Elmore this week Mr and Mrs Luther Gibbs and baby have been visiting Mr and Mrs W B Hayden near Lexington Miss Dove Harris has returned from pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Anderson of Gallatin Tenn Mr Cooley of Indiana has joined his wife for a visit to her parents Mr and Mfs Castineau at the Best hotel Misses Mary and Lucile Renakcr two pretty little girls from ter are visiting the family of J C Thompson Mrs Margaret Gill and children Misses Mary Martha Helen and left Monday tovisit the Exposition and other cities Mrs Harmon and daughter and Miss Pearl Hackney of London who have been visiting Mrs R G Ward re turned home Monday Mr Eugene Miller and wife of Vin cennes Ind are visiting her Mrs Sam Yantis Thisis their visit here in thirty years Hon Wm BjRamsey one of the cleverest andbest fellows in the state was down from London this week looking after some cases in the circuit court Billy Ramsey has friends everywhere Mr and Mrs returned Monday night from a delightful trip to Millboro and White Sulphur Springs Va Mr S says the fishing was fine but they dont take it under like the Dix river liars Lexington Democrat Miss Lucy B Ford of this city and Mr Jno V Pilch of Louisville were quietly married yesterday afternoon at the Episcopal church in Georgetown Ky the cere mony being performed by Rev H H Sneed With a party of friends from S Georgetown present and Mr rell of this city a devoted friend of Miss Fords family who gave the bride away the ceremony was a very impressive one The bride wore a jpretty tailor made gown of gray cloth with stylish hat to match and was very lovely indeed She has an espec ial charm of manner that endears her to all who know her and was a most attractive bride The bridegroom is a very popular young business man of Louisville connected with the Pilcher pipe Organ Manufactory The bride the daughter of Mr and Mrs B Frank Ford of High street and is much beloved by all who know her In this community she will be much as she been always an worker in the good of its people hs irs isisrejoic- Ing J V Lou- Is J E Stormes C enthusiastic movements v y wince ne KLfor a at as of I I I II I I I I I I I i Now Hunter j Dove shootIng is here We I have the Winchester Blue Rival Shell loaded Nitro Powder which we e Will sell as long as they taRt for So cts a box You will do well to engage your supply in advance as you cannot get else at that low price 1 m 7i j r itrtii t rt irii t Iiittf frtJI t t 204 r7 f f 1 if fiPlf Zi PiPif ifP ilff7fi- fMr1 celebrated with Du pont 10Cs these shells aYnwhere Frisbi b Store1 a t i ti gy it in is A B G M T D E A Margaret Dooley of Hill Ohio is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs P Dooley Miss Fannie West gave an in honor of her visitor Mrs W of Kingston Tenn Mrs Center was the charming Miss Flor ence Jenkins ADDITIONAL LOCAL Cincinnati Sunday Rates The regular biweekly Sunday excur sion Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 25th All the summer atrac tious of the Queen City are open Ask ticket agents for rates and time of trains W C Rinearson o P A Cincinnati O A Good Invention Louis A Leavell the colored editor and lawyer has now bios somed out as an inventor and has ap for letters patent on an which will doubtless bring him some money It is a brake for a bug which works in the hops of the front wheels and is so arranged that can be applied in a moment auto matically so as to lock the wheels completely if necessary It is so ar ranged that in going down hill or slight incline the brake is applied by the movement of the horse It works especially well on rubber tire buggies as these are very hard on horses in go ing The brake is worked by means of rods running along the shafts to the backing straps The force produced by the straps applies the brake at the hubs The stepping forward of the horse instantly relieves the brake These rods can be made long enough to reach and work from the tug thus doing away with the backing straps altogether Those who have seen it say Leaven has a fortune it Circuit Court The August term of the Garrard circuit court convened Monday with Judge M C Saufley on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney J S Ows ley present to look after the states interests The judge lost no time in selecting the juries and delivering the charge to the grand jury particular attention to the local op tion law and asked the jury to probe were on usual subjects He made Ed Bishop foreman and the selection a good one Bishop will not run off on mouse tracks but will insist that they hunt for big game The follow ing is the GRAND JURY D Hughes W S Walker Moses Collier Davis Jno T S JBourne Thos Ralston Robt Gulley J W Elmore W S Bourne Ed Bishop formn The petit jury is as follows John Allen Hughes A Elkin Scott Charles Baker K Walker Alex West Ballard Huffman T J Hatcher C A Robinson George Ballard G B Robinson Henderson Green Jerry Higgins B W Hughes C K Poindexter Moore William Ralston Judge Saufley appointed Attorneys Johnston Tomlinson and Williams to examine applicants for license to Jno Will Carpenter was fined 20 for assault and battery Gary Robin son was soaked to the tune of 10 in two cases for a Pistol Wm Clark got a 100 fine for assault on John Will Carpenter will have to pony up 100 for carrying a pistol H J Johnston an exceedingly bright young man from London was granted law license Tkto OTCH While the men are kicking about having to work more than eight hours day and are wanting to regulate the hours of labor nothing is said of what shall constitute a days work for women The who is out of bed 5 oclock in the morning cooks breakfast for a half dozen children besides the husband gets the former off to school and the latter to his work gets dinner for the same gang and then in the evening repeats the program for supper and finally winds up about nine oclock at night is the is one who ought to ask for fewer hours There are plenty of women in this country who in addition to doing the cooking for the family do the wash ing the ironing the mending and a thousand other little things This is continued not for six days of the week with the seventh for rest but usually in with the seventh the hardest day of in all as that is company day The busy housewife who gets off with an dozen hours a day may regard herself exceedingly lucky Their work lasts from day to day week to week month to month year to year and birth to birth It is a rare thing that man works so hard he becomes old there are thousands the wives and mothers of this try who are worked into premature Graphic The great Robinson Circus shows at points shown below Lexington August George town August 27th Excursion Rates Queen from al points between Willlamsfown and Danville Show at Danville August 28tti Ex Rates from all points Lexing to ton to Burgin Ask ticket agents for particulars 7 atdinner teacher invention down hill Recalled whist S P Coldiron W Gaines J A Bruce D C Pullins W Poor B J B Kemper T S P practice law carrying Think of woman any gravesGlenns 26th and I i bliss Col ele S pied Leavell Wm W prematurely John Bobiasop Crescent Borate cars on 1 e2 h t t p g even coon ble and ach be not it for tion the it and will are it F A and p I tog of in and and in Go for to at F at the new Garrard Hotel Lancaster Thursday Sep 5th Any with imperfect vision or ear trou should not miss this opportunity See their ad in this issue Drs Newman Dossier eye and ear specialists home office in Columbus Fall Opining Mr J W Nichols an experienced Cutter representing L E Hays Co Merchant Tailors of CincinnatiOhio will be with me Friday and Saturday August 23 and 24 and I will be glad to have you call and see his line Winter wear as he will have that tqere is in the J C Hemphill What a Lemon will Do Lemonade made from the juice of lemou is one of the best and safest drinks for any person whether in health or not It is suitable forstom diseases excellent in sickness in case of jaundice gravel liver com plaint inflammation worms and skin complaints The pipin crushed may used with sugar and water and as a drink Lemon juice is the best antiscorbutic remedy known It only cures the disease but prevents Some people make daily use of it that purpose We advise every reader to rub his gums with lemon juice to keep them in a healthy condi The hands and nails are also kept clean and white soft and supple by use of lemon instead of soap Neuralgia it is said may by rubbing the parts affected with a cut lemon It is also valuable to cure warts It will remove dandruff by rubbing the roots of the hair with it will alleviate and finally cure coughs colds and heal diseased lungs if taken hot on going to bed at night It also be a great use in making old straw hats look more white Its uses manifold and the more we employ internally the better we shall find ourselves Just try it Ex Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa cOur little girl almost strangled to death with croup Thedoctors said she couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure P Frisbie 1m man wants everything he can get a woman wants everything she cant get T Thomas Sumterville Ala was suffering from dyspepsia when i commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I took several bottles and can DyspepsiaCureall the natural digestive fluids Itgives weak stomachs entire rest their natural condition F P Frisbie 1m patriot is a man who loves his country for what he can make out of it Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sickness the stomach says O P M Holli of would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by R E McRoberts druggist im An old bachelor says the average woman exaggerates except when shes talking about her own age Heartburn OWhen the quantity of food is too large or the quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and es pecially if the digestion has beta weakened by constipation Eat slowly not too freely of easily digested when you feel a fullness and weight the region of the stomach after indicating that you have eaten too much take one Chamberlains and Liver Tablets and the heatburn may be avoided For sale bv R E McRoberts druggist 1m A Missouri girl was thunderstruck when she learned of her beaus to another girl but recovered shortly after and eloped with a light ningrod peddler Does It Pay to Bur Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds 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 suttee severe throat and lung Boschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues destroy the germ disease but allays inflamation causes easyexpectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize Alma nac at Stormes Drug store A man able to mind his own but it a woman to mind her own and her neighbors at the same time The best set ofteeth inthe world for 75Q Dr Hob son jr Garrard Hotel every Beer Many a who doesnt object smoke before marriage draws the line at a pipe after the honeymoon v jj ege nt Neb will be here everything market taken daily becured says restoring day Deming Ind His bowels Remedyin taken thoroughlyLet eating h marriage D business takes ondy cigar thewane forF Apolitical Stomach troubles maybe Dentin Riehmon I and woman ton 6 Silas Henderson Selected The trustees of the Graded Schools have selected Miss Alice Henderson as teacher of the 4th grades This is a splendid selection and her many friends are delighted with her good fortune in securing the place TilE COMING EVENT Neither work nor money is being spared to make the elocutionary con test at the Garrard Opera House on September 5th the strongest attrac tion given here for years A hand some diamond ring and gold watch will be given and the best talent in the country is entering We give be low the pictures of two of them and others will be published as they are received 3 and Miss SALLIE LYNN will represent Female College jjs 11 m j m 11 V fl will lion or pa 7 Q t MISS POLLIE TliAYLOU will represent Stanford Her recitation on Womans Rights be one of the most attractive events of the evening Both of these young ladies have taken part in con tests and have attracted much atten If teeth have ached are getting loose it will see Dr Hobson Richmond at Garrard Hotel every second Monday rant person pull them out Round Trip Via The ROUTE i FROM DANVILLE g TO CLEVELAND Account Encampment g SEPTEMBER 1014 1901 J MURPHY W C BlKEABSOX G P A Cincinnati The girl with the biggest patrimony the best chance for matrimony- A man soon forgets his faults when are known only to himself Teeth extracted without The latest in gold oridge work Dr Richmond at Hotel every second LrO iisvi11 es Great 1NTE RESTATE FAIRSe- pt 5 1901 Magnificent Roman Hippodrome and Athletic Carnival Americas Grandest Exhibit of Livestock and Farm Products 1500000CASH Cattle Premiums SPEED CONTESTS ON TRACK uptodate Amusements Admission r ter R rn ill rn t before you some 860 I 5 QUEEN CRESCENT 5 hey cJ ILLUMINATED Fair with 0 I s l A I GAR Mgr in onday 23a Oct f n OldFashronefF Da Ev YOU SAVE 25 per cent BY BUYING SECONDHAND SCHOOL I r BOORSAT MCROBERTSI DRUG STORE I I Madison Institute RICHMOND KY A 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 records as instructors everyone a specialist in her department Music exceptionally strong Good table Location beautiful and health one serious case ofsickness in 12 years No fussy teachers employed Frequent illustrated lectures by the principal on his re cent travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Send for catalogue isep THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 25000 0 00AmountAddress 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 ALL DUE ME This notice is meant for ALL indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and ex pense of calling in person Sallie D Tillett Has Arrived iSeveral cities and towns have been 5 greatly damaged and many lives lost by 3 VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against 3 loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD DRS NEWMAN DASSLER Eye and Ear Specialists Home office Columbus Neb I bi department fulonly r S I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm The Time For TORNADOES E jiUiUiUiUiUiUiUU U1U ti Q r r rr Dr Newman the wellknown European Eye Specialist is a graduate 01 the best schools of America and also took a two years course in His wonderful system of correcting error of sight has given hundreds better and saved many from blindness Dr Dassler the celebrated Eye and Ear Specialist has for the past 12 years made a specialty of Eye and Ear successfully treats of the Eye Ear doctors fit glasses to correct all defects of vision cure and relieve headache indigestion and Cross eyes of children straightened without the knife Satisfaction guaranteed All consultation and examination free The doctors will be At New Garrard Hotel lancaster Thursday Sep 5 day omly vision the diseases LancasterLodffeNo 104 F AM Second and Fourth Tuesday of sis lodges fraternally invited Kinnaird Louis tandram Secretary Masts meetinistoted nights Members Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis Knights are fraternally G B SWINKBROAD KR S itin invited J W SWUNEY c c D DDN There are 40000000 fewer sheep in Europe than ten years Grade draft horses are selling in the Chicago market at 140 to 175 to quality Wanted 500 bushels shelled oats 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds hay Mason Hamilton For Sale Black jack white points foaled 189G By Joe Blackburn J T McQuerry Hammock Ky tf Taken up as an Estray a black boar shoat weight about 00 pounds Came to my place about Aug 8th tf W H Purr Flatwood Ky Both clover and sorghum hay are good for hogs and with plenty of it will require much less grain feed than is usualAbout 2000 persons and 300 vessels are employed in the sponge fisheries of Florida The profits last year are estimated at 850000 It costs as much to grow a poor pig till he weighs 175 pounds as it does to grow a pure bred one weighing 250 pounds at the same age The poultry crop of the present year is estimated at 500000000 including eggs In 1896 it was nearly 00000000 dollars and is growing more rapidly each year David Castleman of Shakertown raised over 4000 bushels of On some of his land the average was 26 bushels an acre and his whole crop was above the average Farmers in some parts of the State are cutting up their corn and already being satisfied that it will make no ears no matter how much rain we may have from this time on The Emperor of Germany sent to Brookline Massachusetts for the best trotting horse he could purchase lIe obtained the fine Kentucky bred horse King of Rudolph Clasen of that placeAmerican standard trotting and thoroughbred horses have astonished people at the races in Great Britain this season C Whitneys New York horses have carried off many of the big prizes Very many more cows can be kept on the productions of the same amount of land if you have a silo filled with green corn just as it is maturing That is dairy gospel and not gossip for it has been tested over and over The total supply of gold in the Uni ted States the possessions of the Gov ernment of the banks and trust com panies and of the people may be reas onably estimated at the end of the current year at not far from 1200 000000The appearance of the katydid two weeks ahead of time has caused some uneasiness among the farmers of Del aware They say it comes about six weeks ahead of the first frost and if this should prove true the corn buckwheat crops would be damaged The scarcity and high price of veg etables is a serious matter to heads o families and boarding house keepers in the cities The latter class find it hard to make expenses with potatoes at 35 cents a peck and tomatoes 4 a bushel cabbage 5 cents a head and green corn 20 to 25 cents a dozen modern road law The subject of good roads is the most important one of Kentucky er of any other state can consider Good roads will add immensely to the value of farming property as it will make the markets easily accessible to farm and garden products and by increasing the facili I according wh at feeding- it W and LegIslature people ago ES grader f ties and comfort of life in the coun try will lead to large purchases of landsFigures gathered by the Treasury Bureau of Statistics on the move ments of internal commerce for the first half of 1101 show the tide of commercial prosperity is still on the upward trend Wheat receipts at the eight leading markets including Milwaukee Duluth Chicago Kansas City St Louis Toledo and Detroit aggregate 217151 743 bushels for the season to June 30 1901 with 209972910 bushels for the season to June 30 1100 The yearly receipts of live stock at five markets to June 30 1001 have been 2969506 cattle 9120710 hogs and 3259537 sheep This exceeds by 344552 head the arrivals for the corresponding pe riod of last year Trallic receipts stock at Chicago alone were 4208 cars above those of the first six months of 1900 and shipments were greater by 3780 cars This illustrates the extent to which interests have been sharing in the enlarging output of staple farm products GGNERAfc Two persons died from the bite of spiders at Muncie Ind A girl baby was born to the wife of Gov Beckham at Frankfort Military government in Manila has been superseded by civil rule Thomas J Lawson of Boston has bought a Kentucky filly for 10000 The only blusterer from which a brave man will take a blow is the wind Lieut Ilenry TVatterson and Blanca Casnova were married in PhiladelphiaIt ertimated that Georgias cotton crop this year will amount to over a million bales Lieut Grant has captured Col Ca brera the most important Filipino oilicer left after Aguinaldo An Alabama Sherin successfully a mob of wouldbe lynchers though armed only with a shot gun A mob which gathered to hang three men confined in the ingsburg were bluffed off by the guards Dr W Godfrey Hunter is expected to reach Kentucky soon to enter ac tively into the race for United States Senator to succeed Deboe The citizens of Tampa in order to put an end to the strike of the cigar makers have kidnapped a number of the labor leaders whom they have de portedE Thompson expostmaster of Indianapolis and Havana was con victed of fraud committed at the lat ter place and let off with a light pun ishmentAdmiral Schley held his first consul tation with his counsel in Washing ton and is actively engaged in prepar ing his side of the case in anticipation of the meeting of the court of inquiry Lord Kitchener has issued a warning the Boer and Orange Free State leaders that they will be permanently banished from South unless they surrender before Sep tember 15 The Democratic Populist and Free Silver Republican State Central Com mittee have practically agreed upon fusion and have called conventions to meet in Lincoln on September 17 Typhoid fever is becoming quite prevalent in many places says the Winchester Democrat As an instance a birthday party was given by Babers daughter five weeks ago and of the eighteen present at that time eight have since been seized with that dread malady Minneapolis compared increasing transportation r oo o L 0 000 00 0 o 0 00 C 00 0 o oo 00 0 0 0 Senorita resisted jail atFlem proclamation Africa Nebrasba Hamilton l olive NGWS of TSffmrftff A New Comer Expected It will joy and especially if its is made to mother Children born under painful circumstances or before or accouchement are rarely strong and healthy Parents and recommend trial of MoHM Fpieatl3 for external use a and effective liniment reliving ail pain relax ing the muscles There is the world SoW byall Draczbts byexpress piidon receipt of per bottleFIELB REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga comfort surroundings Itis anent rice TIlE r s v d L I 4 3 I b I should send or a on Mother hemRNN Waihig Ever woman little book we 4 MJKI7AY Ol liiaNViKEiW Old Milt Barlow Veils oftlie Hays That tire By One of the greatest minstrels who ever blacked his face was recently in Baltimore with the Uncle Toms Cabin company at the Holliday Street theater The oldtimer is Milt Barlow who plays the part of Uncle Tom in a manner which has gained him praise wherever he has appeared Mr Barlow is between 55 and CO years old smooth shaven an agreeable talk er and a gentleman the old school He was seen at the Hotel National says the Baltimore Sun and talked interestingly of his experience oh the stage He said Modern blackface minstrelsy re tains nothing of the old except the name In my day we had some 16 men in the company each one of whom was a specialist whose style was famil iar to the public They were fond of their work and proud of the stuff that they originated The result was that while there was not so much quantity in our shows they were all quality A gentleman called upon me when I was in Baltimore some years ago and in talking over old times said he remem bered that as soon as the posters of a wellknown minstrel company were put up the people began to smile and engaged their seats in advance When they saw the show the witticisms were impressed upon them would break out now and again for weeks after as the memory of some especially good line flitted through the mind Nowadays the minstrel posters lack the genuine comic character and are more like oil paintings nor do the people have the same pleasant remi niscences of the visit The downfall of minstrelsy began when Thatcher raised the number of his company from 16 to 40 After he set the pace the rest of us had to suit or fall behind The effect of the increase of numbers was to obtain quantity at the expense of quality In my day the salaries of our small shows came to a total nearly as large as that of the present large ones and the con sequence is that you find a few artists surrounded by mediocre men whose short comings detract from the work of those who are better You see an octette get up and in stead of splendid volume of sound which you would expect from eight good singers you find that several of them are soldiering and that hardly more than half of them are really Or you see 16 buck dancers comc out on the stage and in the entire there will not be more than two or three who can do more than the ordinary steps and the really ac complished dancers have to tone down their work to suit that of their Many of the present minstrels also have no conception of the real darky and while they blacken their faces they do nothing more to enact the character Taken all together the modern minstrel show is little more than a vaudeville performance and bears practically no resemblance to that which used to be seen A man who has not studied the negro cannot give a truthful picturc of him on the stage Naturally the negro is the funniest man in America today but he does not realize it I do not speak of the city darkies who have learned to read and write and cipher but of the kind that were known to southerners before the war and are now rapidly dying out The negro is in many respects but an ape minus the tail and in no way does he so resemble the ape as in his love of mimicry If you watch a darky and he becomes aware of that fact he immediately tries to act and becomes forced without being in the least funny but observe him when unrestrained and you see a character worthy of close attention of the best actors SUMMER BOARDERS Karniern Who Ivcep Them Should Remember That They Are in the Country for 1lcnsure Remember that the boarders are with you in the country for their own pleasure and not for yours and try to adapt yourself to them rather than demand that they should adapt themselves to you writes Caroline Benedict Burrell on Keeping Sum mer Boarders with Success in Ladies Home Journal One of the simplest ways of making them comfortable is to give them their meals by them selves and at their own hours As your family is accustomed to earl ris ing you can have an early breakfast and have it all over before the guests will wish to rise So with the dinner and supper This may seem to entail a great deal of trouble on the farmers wife yet a trial will convince her that it is the most satisfactory all around the extra trouble not worth considering As to the food city expect certain things on a farm none of them too difficult to provide good drinking water plenty of milk and cream fresh eggs and butter vegetables in abundance and fruit in season If these are all that they should be it will be found that allow ances will be made if the meat is not of the quality to be had in city and if there are few fancy dishes of any sort Destruction of Ant Colonlea As a general rule antjS do not in jure vegetables They no doubt attracted to trees on account of the presence of colonies of plant lice Ants feed upon the honey dew ex creted by these insects A thorough spraying of the trees with a ten or twelve per cent kerosene emulsion will destroy the lice A small quan bisulphide of carbon poured in to the opening of the ants run at base of the tree will destroy them Jf the plant lice however there will be no difficulty arising from the presence of ants OB the trees American Agriculturist I It and follow singing collection fellows people markets are tityof the are destroy t tf y Ii Gone asmile tarangernen it BROWNS JOKE I Mr and Mrs James Hiram agree that Jack Brown has queer ideas of what a joke Mr Hiram goes even fur ther and puts his opinion of Mr Brown in j a profanely emphatic epigram Mrs Hiram has never spoken to Jack since the thing happened though has known him all her life Most people who have heard the story admit that while the situation was icrtainly amusing the humorous Mr Drown did carry the matter a little too far Mr James Hiram and Miss Mabel Little were married the other day in a cen tral Illinois town where both of them were born and have always lived Among the guests at their wedding was Mr JohnI better known as Jack a youth with a deserved reputation as the village cut up For a good many years all the girls had called him a regular tease If the proper pressure hind been brought to bear Jack would probably have with a secret glow of pride that he ia a devil fellow Jack had a fair income and consequently small incentive work He spent most of his time and in in getting up practical jokes on his friends When the wedding of his old friends James Hiram and Mabel Littlefield drew near Jack realized at once that was the opportunity of his life There were people who declared that Jack had once been desperately in love with Mabel himself At any rate he determined to make her memorable The ordinary tricks of throwing rice and old shoes and of tying mocking mottoes on the baggage of the bridal couple were all well enough in their way but Jack felt that something more was due in this case if lie was to live up to his reputation as an original genius He started out by having a painter cover the bridal trunks with a of white paint on which iKickgrouud was inscribed the touching sentiment We are not as silly as we look When the newly married couple left their carriage the railroad station in their home town t where they had been concealed to play Turn turn de dum le dum turn turn dc dum tutu tutu ledtim tic dum blared the band and the assembled crowd friends drummers waiting for trains ind station leafers laughed uproarously as the bride blushed and the bridegroom grew red and purple in the face In fear of what Jack and lis allies had yet in store for them the bridal couple got on the train To their horror Jack took a scat close by and announced his of going to Chicago with them On the way up he took occasion to ask em barrassing questions of the bride in a tone loud that the whole carload of people was shortly fully informed as to the fact that Mr and Mrs Hiram had just been married and that going to the Buffalo exposition on their bridal trip But Jack did not spring his masterpiece until after the train had reached the in Chicago As soon as the Union station was Tack left the car and hurried forward to the front of the train Almost before the wheels had stopped turning he had jumped down to the platform and was pushing through the crowd with an evident purpose in his eye At each of the great railroad stations one af the societies organized for the protcc ion of friendless women and children has a woman agent stationed She wears a badge announcing her authority and it is her work especially to look out and care for young women who conic to the city circumstances which might get them into trouble Jack Brown the demon dashed straight for this agent whom he saw standing quietly in time background scanning closely the faces of the passengers is they left the train Madam he saul are you the agent of the Womans Protective association Yes sir I am a traveling man My name is Hawkins I just got off the Alton train from the south There is a young that train who is being taken away from home by a man Sue may have gone willingly hut I doubt it At any rate she not realize what she is doing She is the daughter of Judge Littlefield of of the best families in the state I to know her by sight because is on my route I make the town every two weeks and Ive known Mabel Littlefield for years Coming up on the train I sat in the seat behind time couple and I heard jnoiigh to make me certain that she is be ing practically abducted Will you look after it or shall I officer There they are he said Time girl with the hue cornflowers in her hat The agent of the Womans Protective stepped forward and laid one hand 5n the arm of the little bride Is this Miss Mabel Littlefield she iskcd Yes said the bride taken off her guard mad overcome by the force of habit That is she stammered and halted and looked ippealingly at her husband My dear girl went on the agent do realize what you are doing What are you talking about finally broke out Mr James Hiram Are you crazy What do you mean by I mean that this thing has gone quite far enough J think my dear said time agent addressing the bride who had by his time begun to sob I thmk you had better go with me As for you sir Then even the mildmannered James Hiram got angry You go about your business he said You may think this is a good joke but it is far from it You come with me he said grasping his wife by the arm and you get out of our way pointing to the agent What right have you got to interfere with my It will do you no good to bluster sir said the agent calmly I will call an ofli tee to look after you She beckoned to one of the policemen lo rated at the station who came at once to her asistance followed by a crowd of scv jral hundred people who quickly gathered ibout the bewildered bridal couple Whats the matter here asked the pe iceman with professional gruffness This man here is trying to abduct girl said the agent and he when I tried to prevent him I was told ibout the case by a traveling man who knows the girl well I want her to com yth me until I can communicate with her jarents You can Great heavens broke in James Hiram while his weeping bride clung about his icck havent I got a right to take my ivife away with me What I want to know s what right this woman has to our business Your wife broke in the astonished igent Then Ive been hoaxed It took but a minute longer to straighten the tangle but Mr and Mrs James Uiram declare that they will never for ive the witty Mr Brown for his part in Tribune Corn meal broken rice milk and eggs made into mush or custards by the thrifty poultry keeper will put the finishing touches on the young The finest gold fills 150 amalgum 7cts Dr Hob son Dentist Richmond KyM at Garrard Hotel every sect ond Monday JAClf constitutes she I admitted oft wedding a t byJackandstarted o intention o theywere station announced under girlon Joe happen callan eague yon this threatenedme interfere- In ut transactionCbieago springbroiler t Q toy i tog c s elI rown oat f mme I the 2 The blood may be in bad condition yet with no external signs no skin eruption or sores to indicate it The symptoms in such cases being a variable appetite poor digestion an indescribable Weakness and nervousness loss of flesh and a general rundown condition of the lystem clearly showing the blood has lost its nutritive qualities has become thin and watery It is in just such cases that S S S has done some of its quickest and most effective work by building up the blood and supplying the elements lacking to make it strong S nJptosns andvigorous 7o Exll My wife used bottles of S S S as a blood purifier and to tone a weak and emaciated very marked effect way of improvement- We regard it a great and blood purifier JFDUFF t Princeton Mo several system with 4 tonics and you returns and nervousness vanishes as new rich pure blood once more circulates through all parts of the system- S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known It contains no whatever Send for our free book on blood and skin diseases write our physicians for any information or advice wanted No charge for THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CA The fleet Sujtarzliiduxtry Growth of the beet sugar industry in the recent past is greater Ulan gen erally recognized now that it is no longer a novelty A little group of farmers living near Denver have just contracted to grow 300 acres of beets for three years from January 1 next to supply a new factory to he built Like progress and development are noted in inaiiy other sections of the west and as far east as X Y In Can ada growers are in earnest asking the government to pay a bounty for a few years on sugar made from Canadian grown beets Call and see Dr Hobson Dentist of Richmond Ky at Garrard Hotel every sec ond Monday and get prices on your work Via Queen Crescent Route Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information Ciiiciimuli Full Festival An ideal outing is promised our and those who have been busy during the summer season in the of time Cincinnati Fall Festival which opens September IGtli Near homeonly a few hours ride with a low railroad rate and a two weeks programme of pomp and pageantry unexcelled one should surely lind enough to gratify the most fastidious tasteQThc railroads have treated handsomely this year and the special rate announced will enable everybody to take in the Festival visit friends and acquaintances in theQucen City a most enjoyable outing at a very small cost ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small turin in neignborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HKUNDON tf Assignee S is greatest of i the appetite ira minerals nd medicaladvice Lou liaes to Iannerit IOXllosi Hon Double citizens announcements Cincinnati and1have desiring I the all ljs willS find proves at once strength I O ffers the following attractions rvvv Annual Meeting Imperial Council II OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th Oie fare for tie Round Trip PLUS 200 Eprih Leap Mettiic SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18th to 21st 1001 GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH June Jply August and September Ono fare lor the Round Trip PLUS 200 For further information call on or addressR T G MATTHEWS TravelingPass Agt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND enPass Ticket Agt St Louisk1 c i 1 4 Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing ageneral Real Estate business we otTer 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 win please call at the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to youradvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the propalaeady listed with us 1 DAVIDSON LANi1AM1 theirproperty indirectly e No House ami Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location lor Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onesory frame house four rooms hallway X varandas mill a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in tIme way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry mat and a nice young orchard splendid cistern unda stock pond that never mills Kverything Is new und convenient Price is right und ttrms easy Xo 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front maid 325 feet deep or lil feet deep if desired a part property Splendid build 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 Yacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item No 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or til feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P lUll Ilace Good location in ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid dle Jbork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the land tins been In grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or lump land the rest Is rich and productive 1C ever failing water und lencing in good repair Land las been well treated story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barr henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm ofSJ 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 ir acres of line tobacco or hemp laud brings line wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water In abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit lug whole place under good fence cottage residence barn ice house mind all nee essary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want fo It No 14 000 Acres ol Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Limit Itiver on the Cinciuuat Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut anti Cedar upon it No 17 Farm oF 15S Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky In Garrard county about miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard C room twostory bonne in good re pairs antI nil necessary outbuildings Laud in Polleys Bend is fast increasing in value iNo 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on neat Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard County about S acres under cultivation balance in grass clover timothy and LIne grass Good pasture laud under good fence cud well watered by springs and ponds 12 o acres in orchard in fruiting prime best vatic ties of all kinds of fruit The house is not a mansion but a good substantial country dwel ling 1J storys high with a store room SSvO feet About 1 mile from Lawsous SchoolHouse and 2 miles from Good ibisBaptist church Examine this property if you want to buy No 15 Yacant Lot on South Side Water street between Lex ington antI Paulding In Lancaster 75 feet front on Water street OIl feet in depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price J of the Hill 1 room Countylir e It J DrOP 2 Rivers For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson LawOilice over Stormes store R No Farm of J Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across time Garrard and Iockcastle line AH bottom land level and productive never failing stock water I1 story log home and all necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st llOl Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 1 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 117 feet deep Nice residence are building around this property proper ty in this location is always salable No 10 House and Lot in mucus ter on North side of Dan yiile Avenue Known is the old Franklin Institute Lot is 118 feet from on Danville Avenue and 193 feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged In every particular tins lt rooms hallway kitchen awl front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House hums been lately remodeled Dud extensively im proved and place repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Si Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acres ofsplen did hemp or tobacco lund 75 acres in grass balance nndei cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is in good repair House 1J4 stories containing Grooms porch and Int ticed porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings fine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate size No 12 Farm of 84 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the JJuckeye Pike Ot acres iu grass balanceunder cultivationgood strong laud in good repair and watered by never failing springs Two story framehouse C rooms and necessary outbuildings One of the largest mind best barns in the comma try Buildings are comparatively new orchards A very desirable farm near town and in good locality No House and Lot near phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms tipper anil lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan castei No 7 House antI Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above smith below back hall varnnda hand finished inside and conveniently con large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient ontbniidings Lot is 100 feet front 117 feet In depth nice stable lo and large garden Is a good residence portiou of Danville This property speaks for itself No 10 Farm of SO Acres at Lo- gana Jessamine County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences in the Blue Grass legion with acres of fertile land attached situated at Logana in Jessa mine county Ky 5 miles from Kicholasville a good irnpike and near railioad 5 room cottage house inaguificleut barn and every kind of convenient outbuildings good water everything in good repair Good locutIon for doctor or dairy man No 19 Farm Containing U2 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of JBryantsrille and About 8J4 miles from Lancaster All good strong lund very under and abundantly watered Dwelling house is 2 storys containing rooms two tenant good housecry and alt other out buildings areon the place Close to church good school and fitted for stock raising property generally cry C good o ood mull F Sin nce Louis Landram Central Record ofiicf f