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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f TITBLPT11 fB4R Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Crass Matter XUMBK SI LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 29 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I t j ntt4t trot LOUIS S i iaht Continued List of Names who drew premiums at merchants con opening No 30 Henry Duncan 200 31 Rose Morgan 200 32 200 33 Alex Harris 200 34 John Dailey 200 35 Bris Bruce 200 30 J A Elson 200 37 JP Aanderson 200 38 J A Sanders 200 3 James Dihouse 200 40 CarrieDoty 200 41 Mary Bourne 200 42 Henry Tevis 200 43 200 44 Mrs J T Holtzclaw 200 45 P S Bourne 200 40 John Huffman 200 47 John Hardin 200 48 G W Leavel 200 49 Mrs B M Lear 200 50 T M Percif ul 200 51 R C Cottenwood 200 52 Dan Bogie 200 53 M P Turnci 200 54 Alex 200 55 Annie Herndon 200 50 Estes 57 Mrs Tim Dillon 200 58 Miss Nell Dillon 200 i 59 Ed 200 s t GO Miss Mary Lear 200 51 Annie Adams 200 52 Miss LettieMcRoberts 200 53 200 04 J II Smith 200 55 Miller 200 R E McRoberts 200 57 Hattie Hubbard 200 08 J M Pond 200 59 Luther Rainey 200 70 George Hard wick 200 71 Bettie Warren 2 00 72 S T Steadman 200 73 Will Rout 200 74 Clay Arnold 200 75 Wm Marsee 200 70 Miss Julia Reid 200 77 Ed Nailer 200 78 G M Woods 200 79 W II TenIll 200 80 Miss Mattie Thompson 100 81 100 82 E M Lackey 100 83 W II Sutton 100 81 William Wall 100 85 Robert G ulley 100 80 100 87 Joner L Anderson 100 88 100 89 100 90 100 91 100 92 GBAldridge 100 93 Marie Ballard 100 94 Will Grimes 100 i 95 May C Thompson 100 90 Mrs Walter Eason 100 97 Mrs J W West 100 98 Louis Noel 99 100 100 Carrie Duncan 100 10L 100 102 Ike Baughman 100 103 Lizzy Gaffney 100 104 James Jones 100 105 Miss Bessie Wherritt 100 lOG 100 107 Lucy Taylor 100 108 100 v 109 W 100 1JO Fannie Holtzclaw 1 00 IlL Gooch Bros 1 00 ir 112 Dave Sutton 100 113 R M Poor 100 114 Boney Cunningham 100 115 Davidson 100 110 Mrs BP Hudson 100 117 S D Cochran 1 00 118 MrsMartha Teater 119 OW Boyle 100 120 Almira Bland 100 121 A B Arnold 122 Delta Wright 100 123 Richard Anderson 124 Mrs Hughes 100 125 J B Parks 100 120 Ben Lane 1 00 127 Mrs E P 128 Morris Anderson 1 00 129 Jim Beazley 130 Flora Collier 100 131 James E Anderson 100 132 John Duncan 100 133 D P Huffman 100 134 Emma Estes 100 135 Scrivner j 130 E C Gaines 1 06 t 137 Gladys Merritt 138 Smith Burnside 100 139 Laura Bourne 100 140 Mrs R L Jennings 100 iP 142 Mrs Dailey 100 144 W R Gaines 100 145 Mrs S G Haselden 100 146 Mrs Robinson 100 147 Moss 100 148 John Dunn 100 149 Huffman 100 150 i 100 151 Mrs Carrie Davidson 100 100 153 Mrs 154 Swinebroad HSUEUTS ADTESTBQfG 0 00 00 00 00 00 00 0 oo 00 n i ei Mrs GASwinebroad r R S Roian Layton J R Hendricl son o G M Evans A S fiG r Carrie Currer 0 B Perkins R T Whittaker D B Edmiston 0 T Layton B FWalter K Sebastin Mrs T A RoyCC Sam Laine G Di Slier ATodd Miss Arnie 1 1 D Grantor 100 1 J H i 100 14L John Floyd J M 143 R R Denton 100 Geo B R M W L JlmNewell 152 Bolan W ORigney B 11 4 i 1 Wade 1 Dl 1 RS Mrs G 4t 1 1 1 1 3 THE HOME NEWS K our ard of be of ly I Monday is county court day Passepartout picture binding at Thompsons Go to Zi miners Saturday and get your fresh oysters in can X Buggies Surreys and Pluctonsat cost for next thirty days at ConnsX For Sale Good gentle family horse Large enough for rockaway tf J W Elmore Lancaster y The Conclave the Baptist Associa tion at Preachersville Robinsons circus at Danville from city this week Did you see of going out of the Grocery Company Saturday with 18 Ib Stand Granulated Sugar for one dollar New Butcher John F Adams has purchased B P Bucks butcher tools and will run that market Mr Buck will dispose his groceries and other merchan disc by auction or otherwise Wheat Sprouting Reports come to us from some of the county wheat is sprouting badly and has a green We would suggest before threshing take a garden rake and clean the stacks thoroughly of all sprouted wheat this is very little trouble and certainly beneficial to the quality of the wheat The Old Pioneer Somerset Sam M Boone formerly editor of the Some set Reporter and wellknown over the State as a clever writer has accepted a position as assistant editor of the Mountain Echo The editor of the Echo is a Republican stalwart of and Capt Boone is a of the bluehen brood We watch the result with bated breath She Wanted Garter A young lady dropped into L Franks stores recently and said itis my desire to obtain a pair of elastic appendages capable of contracted and expanded by means of oscillating burned steel appliances that sparkle like particles of gold leaf set with Alaska diamonds and which are utilized for keeping in position the habiliments of the lower which innate delicacy forbids me to mention Chick Kennedy had just time to haul out a pair of garters before he News Water Works It has been suggested that a ticket put out for City Council that is not only in favor of waterworks but one that will do all that can be done to construct them We believe that the people favor such an enterprise and the prospects for the Southern make the necessity for it much greater as we are aoout the right from the city for the end of a division which we could never get without waterworks while if we get both our town will soon become a city This is suggested because of council will be elected in Calvin 91 Fackler Judge Cochran of the new Federal Court has appointed Mr Calvin M Fackler of the Danville bar United States Commissioner for the Eastern District of Kentucky The came unsolicited and was a recognition of a good man Fackler will make a good record in the oHice and will deal out impartial justice to all at all times His duties will be generally to hold examining trials of those who are charged with violating the Federal laws Some important questions at times arise before Commissioners Court Itwill be his duty and his pleasure to perform any other service specially him by the Federal Court A Literary Feast The intelligent and cultured people the country will attend the Contest at the opera house on September 5tli Beside the two whose pictures appeared last week Miss Norma Elmore will represent Lancas ter Miss Annie Burke Paint Lick Miss Katie Campbell Nicholasville Miss Katherine Wells Danville Hiss Bessie Shumate Caldwell College Miss Lenna Hobbs Midway Miss Pol Traylor Stanford Miss Myrtle Britton Harrodsburg Miss Lillian White Lexington Miss Sarah Wood Lynn Millersburg Female College Miss Lillie B Leavell Bryantsville These young ladles represent the very best talent A handsome gold watch and a diamond ring will be awarded choice to first and other to second The contest will be Admission 50c for each seat with privilege to re without extra charge balcony 35 cents Tickets drug store t r I humanity ancaster sections thatstacked appearance JournalCapt stalwarts circular being extremities faintedBourbon railroad distance aboard November appointment deserved very U assigned Elocutionary at Stormes dretv heavily Mats cam meat ti 31 the serve M hIe tic at be J3 to Hemp knives at Conns Conn gives rebate stamps on all cash work Excursion rates to PanAmerican Expo Queen Crescent Route 1 have employed an expert machine ist and am prepared to repair all kinds of engines machines etc J B onn It will pay you to spec lal sales at the Lancastej Co successor to the Blue Grass Grocery MissSacray photoprapher will be at Stonnes room on DanvilleSt next Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Call and see her 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 swan Try it aug22tf A handsome line 06 Limoges and Imperial Crown China line of Bohemian Glassware con glasss sherbet cups vases c at Lancaster Grocery Company County Court An average crowd was town Monday but no considerable amount of business was transacted Candid affil were shaking hands and floaters were smiling Everybody was in a good humor and no arrests were made For Rent For the year 1902 Good brick of ten rooms within half block of the Square Danville street Ky Apply at once to aug294t J M Orand Graded Schools to Open Prof Patterson tells THE RECOUD that the Lancaster Schools will open Monday Sept 9th 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 Our information is that considera hemp cut and thrown down on the ground before the rains is badly dam is said also the farmers an some trouble in getting hands are cutting hemp before it is sufliciently matured or perfect in growth The result will be if cut green the tendency is to make the quality of the fibre or lint tender and unmerchantable Fox Hunters Reservation There is a move on foot among the fox hunters of the United States to establish a hunting reser vation in the vicinity of Estill Springs Irvine Estill county this State The plan is to purchase a suitable tract of native forest land which can had at a nominal figure inclose it with a high fence and there breed and train Raynord for the exclusive of thechase Bourbon News A Yarning We want to call the attention of the parties who have been depositing trash and filth in the Moss quart on Buckeye pike to the fact that we pro pose to prpsecute them to the fullest extent of the law if the nuisance is not stopped The place very offen slue to people who have to pass there and the next party caught throwing liltli there will be taken before the court Ike Arch Kavanaugh aug292t Backed by the people Mexican War Veterans Meeting The next meeting of the National Association of Mexican War Veterans will be held at Cleveland 0 Sept 12 and 14th Headquarters at the Lin coin Hotel Place of meeting City Council Chamber This is expected be one of the grandest meetings and perhaps the last one for the old veterans Railroad fare is one cent a E W or Col Hodge Cleveland Wilbur R Smith Sec Lexington Ky Rucker Talks I have not been in tha milling busi ness for forty years for pastime fun or health but have kept posted and up to date in the business and its improvements in ma chinerv c When I learned thatMr Wm Ward had the Nordyke Mor Indianapolis Ind to put in their latest improved swing sifter system of bolting machinery I knew he had key note of success So that is why we are here After taking charge of the mill and making some necessary changes on two best grades of now cry out loudly Eureka success to a finish PERFECTION Try it prove it and such you will find it to we do not stop on our flour I found rolls grinding entirely too coarse so we west to work and have now got them down to their knitting making nice clean pure fine meal day Spot paid for wheat and corn Burnam Bucker ng wach ese rocery beautiful of in residence Lancaster Hemp agedit permanent purpose is N Dryers mile For program etc Ohi E H man Peope struck the flourwe beth cornmeal pit7 S als a silting Graded addresses thoroug mill cash e on t hip the the to of be e Bargains in buggies etc at All kind of repaired at Dsnt forget the big contest at House September 5 Ten Talented Young ladies will recite at the House on Sep 5 Here we are with fresh canned again Zimmer When you come to town Monday bring THE RECORD that dollar It will go a long way up here Messrs J M Logan Geo M Pat terson and L F Hubble have been to Burnside to consult in reference to the railroad which they are going to build from that point to Corbin The annual contest composed of representatives from the public schools Garrard county will be held in October 25th under the man 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 Manager A H Bastin has about completed a telephone line to the mouth of Paint Lick creekwhich will put us in close touch with that sec tion and all points north of the river His telephone system is becoming a colossal enterprise Improvements In Richmond The contract for remodeling the Madison county court house was awarded today to Balier Koener of Henderson Ky 11490 Work is begin at once and the contract stipulates that it is to be completed by January 1 1902 So extensive are the improvements contemplated that the court house will be practically one to all appearances If You Have Bargains Tell It In nearly every paper you pick up you will notice an account of someone who has purchrsed a bill of goods from some catalogue house and after paying the freight or express charges they find that the articles have cost more than they would if they had bought them of a local agent Why is it that e not think it is because they wish to patronize the big city firms but because they have an idea that they can get things much In great many instances they not know the price of the articles charged by the local dealer If all the local merchants would get into the habit of advertising their prices they would soon do awav with the custom sending away for goods which can purchased just as cheap of the home CUMBERLAND NASHVILLE R R This Road to Be Constructed at Once Lancaster luenn Idea Will be Car ried to a Successsul End As stated in last issue of THE RECORD the stockholders of the Cum met at Burnside for the purpose of electing officers and attend ing to other important matters connected with the building of the road The following officers were chosen President Saml Woodward Cincinnati VicePresi dent L F Hubble Lancaster M Logan Lancaster Guy W Mallon Cincinnati of directors was also chosen They then went over the proposed route from Burnside to Montieello and after a careful study of the etc decided to extend the line that fat and ordered a survey made which will be done so that work commence on the construction of the line from Corbin to Monticello via Burnside as now decided upon They found a survey from Burnside to Mon ticello that had been made by Capt a new survey is being made by Mr RespessAs in last issue this road is headed for Nashville and as soon as completed to Monticello that end of the will be taken up This road will pass through some of the best coal and timber lands in the mountains and will pay for itself in a veryshort time The Lancaster gentlemen interested are Squire W H Kinnaird J M Logan L F Hubble and G M Messrs L F Hubble and J MLogan are the originators of the idea of building the road and they have been working on it for a year or more but have kept their plans quiet They succeeded in interesting the other Lancaster men and capitalists in Cincinnati Cleveland and New York They arrangements to secure all necessary moneyto build the road before anything was made public This spirit of enterprise on the part of our townsmen is cowmen dable indeed and only goes to show what energy and pluck ill acconc THE RECORD has Into matter carefully and is confident the promoters have an exceedingly good thing In their enterprise Con machinery Coins Opera Opera oysters Contest Lancaster agementof Hello for anew the people are so often misled in this do cheaper merchantEx dRiverNashvilJeRal1roadCo I I John Treasurer resources which will be adopted In part Patterson I hadmade way ado L Secretary Aboard can Tuttle but ripe looked F to in ces to ca T Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons We buy od gold and silver the Jeweler 3t Fresh Canned Oysters at Zimmers Saturday Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route liTHE RECORD office is thoughly pre pared to do all kinds of printing Give es a trial order A diamond ring and a gold watch will be given to two young ladies at the opera house Sept 5 Admission to Contest only 50 cents with privi lege to reserve seats at same price Balcony 35 cents Tickets on sale at Stormes drug store 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 please the most fastidious A call will convince you Henry Duncan the old barber tf Important Decision Judge Saufley delivered a learned opinion in reference to stock being permitted to run at large in our town which he held that while the town had the right to confine stray stock it had no right to charge for taking up and keeping stock which was not to run at large but which es knowledgeStock large will still be taken up and the owner will be required to pay the fees A young man who resides not a thousand miles from here has a sister Jessie who was sent to a boarding school When she went away he remarked that he hoped she wouldnt acquire any of the so often learned in those pla For about a year he had no fault find upon this score Then came a letter signed Jessica instead of Jessie He replied as follows Dear Sister Jessica Your welcome letter received Mamaica and papaica are well Aunt Maryica and Georglca started for Californica yesterday I have bought a horsica It is a beau 1 Its name is Marlca Your brotherica Samica Her next letter was signed Jessie Bar rodsburg Sayings 1 Thompson y permitted named fashionable affectations affectionate UlrTo Date 1 5 9 Through sleeping cars to Buffalo Queen Crescent Route The Chattanooga Hancock Disc has no equal for Fall plowing only by Gaines Bros Farmers iavome ana the Ken tucky Drills are the leading Drills the South A car load just by Gaines Bros Lancaster Graded School The seventh session of this institu tion will open Monday Sept 9th 1901 All pupils living in the district are urged to be present on the first day Harris the following rates of tuition 2 3 and 4th grades 9 per term months C 7 and 8th 12 10 11 and 12th 15 ri T Currey President 4t J B Kinnaird Secty Circuit court adjourned until Monday Handsome stock of heavy crash at Josephs Triennial Conclave Garrard county furnished about a dozen Knights Templar to help swell the great procession in Louisvillethis week Among those who went are Capt Louis W B Mason W O Rigney J C Hemphill Mayor R Kinnaird J A Burnside G S Greenleaf Joe Haselden Joseph Burnside and J M Hiatt Mormons The lecture of Rev Leonidas at the Methodist church on Sunday night on Salt Lake City and Mormonism was highly instructive He said that the preachers who travel over the coun try do not preach the real doctrine in full which is revolting to every principle of morality and and makes even God a polygamist Fall sad Winter Salts The undersignod will occupy an over the Police room where they will display samples from three of the best merchant tailoring houses in America They will have an expert tailor to take measures sometime in September Give them a call Fits guaranteed Prices low Quality su perior Over 1000 samples will be on hand J B Jennings tf M D Hughes More Local on page 2 vi paying4Yz Landram Alex Gibbs Rob- Inson andentertaining enlightenment office cowl t 3c PLAINTTHE SEEDFOR THE WE WIDE WIDE LXCLE SAM it pays In satisfactionand in dollars and cents to SUPERIOR URAlS DRILLS sas J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward yuf Line of I g ATTENTION LADIES V- v have one hundred pairs of Ladies 0 tMisses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords A odds and ends left from the Logan Robin 0 A son stock that 1 wiU close out at Fifty S v per cent Less than manufacturers cost o 0 v- O Come early and get first choice H T LOGAN s I ic I I I I g Ii II J I I 0v Q v 0 0 o 0 p o 0o o aOO 0 i 1 CENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky August 29 po BOURNE A number from here attended court at Lancaster Monday Allen Ray is building a new on farm that he recently purchased from J 0 Sherrow Miss Marie Smiley of Lexington and Mr Wallace Wharton of Keene are visiting Miss Nellie Bourne in lower Garrard Miss Genie Bush visited her cousin Mrs Eugene Berk ley in Bryantsville last week Mrs Jennie Peacock and little Jellico arrived last week to several days with relatives here Born to the wife of Wm Sherrow a boy Mrs Amanda Gillon and daugh ter and Mrs Jim Meredith visited Mr and Mrs Tom Turner Saturday Mrs Joel Marsee and daughter Lucille left Monday for Middlesboro where they will spend several days with relatives Messrs Joe and Jno Turner of Hiattsville spent lat part of last week with friends here Mr J F Upton and Miss Bet tie Oliver of Danville visited Mr and Mrs Job Marsee Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nancy Marsee left Monda for Middlesboro where she will spend several weeks with friends and Mr Elisha Forbes and wife of McCreary visited here Saturday and Sunday The farmers are busy cutting hemp and tobacco Mr George Miller reporte five stray hogs at his place Price Bros sold 24 head of 2yearold mules for 71 per head J C Clouse delivered a lot of corn to Burnam Rucker at 350 W II Furr sold a load of corn to JFox for 3 per barrel at the crib tor There will be preaching at Lawsons Chapel 25th by Perry Smith of Be ra The good women of this vicinity are very busy preparing for the which met at 27th The protracted meeting at Har mons Lick closed last Friday night with 17 additions to the church 12 by baptism Mr Cud McQuerry and Miss Sim mie Ross eloped on last Saturday to parts unknown and at last accounts had not returned Mr John Wilson and Mrs Roxie Johnson were married on the 22d instat the home of the bride on Drakes Creek by Rev M C Hutchins Sen He was an old and highly citizen of this county Rev F P Bryant and J C Parks visiting in Somerset Rev Perry Smith and wife of Berea are visiting Mrs Smith Mrs Geo on the sick list JamesColdiron and Wm Campbell have returned from Clay county PAINT LICK It has rained here about fifteen days in succession Nice peaches are selling here at the rate of one dollar per bnshel Miss Tompie Taylor of Richmond is visiting Mr and Mrs J V Logan Several from here attended the As sociation at Preachersville Tuesday Mr J B Parks bought a fancy saddle mare from W L Lawson Price pri vate The excursion train that passed athere Sunday was loaded down with crows Mr Carrithers of Lexington was here this week trying to buy some work mules Born on the 24th to the wife of L Howe an 8f pound girl Will is the proudest man you ever saw stand now and paint the side of a ladder It has been distressing times in the family of Mr James Champ Miss Lydia his daughter has been at thepoint of death for some time with ty phoid fever now he and Mrs Champ and his son Tom are all down with thesame disease The old bridge is now a thing of thepast It is a great inconvenience to be the traveling public but it win soon be replaced with a modern iron bridge Messrs Howe and putting down the stone as fast as they Mr A B Ely has posted notices pe titioning the county judge to have the road from his shop tp the pike made a county road He says he has been keeping the road up for twenty to years and it is time that he had some body to help him He is just right en the whole town gets the benefit of the road and we know that Mr Ely has put to a great deal of expense ed and only one business man in town they has 6eroffered to help him them I rn e is J t relatives Hopelast Association residenceres- pected visa Mesdames W Rogers typhoidfever WwI Hecan ahouse Eskel are been I L mod I bathe titer FLAT WOODS 81 Preachersv flatfooted without r r ills can ors On to art Miss son with pass been Rev J Mr 9 week Dean the day of the wish dram who fever the J w week Lee rels for on best week Jone tist son days Aunt than 75th ance this than men unto visit Mr Andrew Rice still continues quite sick Little Miss Marion Church is quite sick with typhoid James Parks purchased from Herring a bunch of calves at 12 per head Several here received catalogues of the fair They appreciate the courtesy very much Rev B A Dawes of Louisville an excellent discourse at the Fork church Sunday week the 8ch inst a little lady came bless the union of Mr and Rob Humphreys She has been Margaret Boner Humphreys Copass a teacher from Jack College is spending several days with her brother Rev B A Co Mr Fleece Herring who has quite sick for several days is i in proving Copass pastor of the Fork church has resigned He will either accept a call to preach in Texas or teach in the Seminary at Louisville Rev Copass is well quali fied for either Position Rev B A and family Miss c Pass of Jackson Tenn and Mrs A Brewer and children of Guthrie sPent Friday very pleasantly with T D Chesnut and family in Boyle Frank Parker a young mer of Corbin vjtited friends here Saturday and Sunday MT HEBRON to the wife of Wm Sherrow a Jesse Duncan sold a horse last for 43 The rain has been of much benefit to the fall grass and late peach crop in this section Mr John Dunn sold his farm of acre to Alex of Jessamine Possession given first of January Miss A E Scott celebrated by royally entertaining a her friends and relatives at a The hostess received many nice and a1 seemed Samuel Duncan and Miss Saunders drove to Lancaster Wed nesday Aug 14th and were united in holy bonds of matrimony The is a nice young farmer of this Place and the bride a charming in dustrious young lady of Stone We them a long happy and success voyage through life Sarah Duncan and daughter Hattie were visiting Mrs Lan Burdett of Kokomo Ihdiana Mrs Robert Preston and MissPearl Thompson were on the sick list Mr James McWilliams is at the in Lexington under treatment Mrs is at the bed sIde Of her sister Miss is dangerously ill with typhoid Mr G W Thompson is able to be out again after a long spell of sick H Montgomery has been suffering a great deal with his eye past week PEEACHEBSYILLE F Payne sold a calf toG W Ev P Grimes sold 30 steer cattle last George Anderson sold some hogs Anderson for 5c Mrs J F Pettus sold about 50 bar of corn in the crib to S Morgan 3 per barrel Rev Ira Parton continued the meeting at Harmons and had eleven additions to the J H Thompson got the blue ribbon the yearling and the red on the colt at the Brodhead fair last Ballard Bros sold to B F Robinson at 2 per head also M Robinson bought of Andy about CO lambs for 2ic J L Hutchins bought of the heirs their farm on Button Lick Knob for j20 and sold same to John thee same deg Rev w jHoltzclaw of the 3rd Bap Atlanta Ga is visiting friends and attending the Association this place Mrs J C Fox and chil accompanied by Mrs Law and children are visiting Mrs Foxs people at Somerset for a few a Master Fred Newland ofCrab C Orchard has been spending a days the family of Mrs J F Pettus Ellen Glissum who been llvinff with Mr Stigall for more 40 years died at the home otMrs Sunday the 24th in her ed year Peace to her ashes ADDITIONAL White weevil has made its appear in stacked wheat and also in wheat threshed and in bulk it would well enough for farmers to give their attention v Salt Lake Kentucky Visitor Salt Lake party visitever gladdened a hosts heart more on these same Kentnckiaos The are companionable bright and courtly the pretty as was be expected and have the 1 charms that has made Southern wow famous the world over Not an C incident has marred their as clad the party will be long in Salt Lake for the pleasure have given everybody who met f C Btsr 5S T I lumber Grow L as CAL J delivered christened BA Theological Copass Born pound boy Mr about 177 acres at per supper presents much delighted CIr Mattie ful Mrs theMiss hospital PeaclIe Grow Mollie nessJ for 85 for 3c Jick 85 Iambs about Buchanan Anderson church dies W h c Herald No womenare remember Bar John 11A1t1tSBC1tY fever RI chant f 830 h groom Steger LC ward t h few r all my are What county agreed will The fleece cent The this West 40 of duces ports head nets other lieeces the cal to taken elect s ties and with will and in is was ers tqn lent the way tion an retai Got Posted Do not that if you come to see Fall and Winter goods that you under obligations to buy for not but come and post yourself the styles know buy when you do get ready J C Hemphiil The next meeting of the Garrard Medical Society will be in Lan caster instead of Bryatsville asaffirst on Friday Sept C at 5 p m jCj ilyi LS 11 Herring Dysentery Its Causation Pathology and Treatment Dr II Mr Grant Fractures The session be continued into the evening H M Grant Secty Kentucky Wool average wool weight of the from Kentucky sheep for 1900 was 5 25 pounds and shrinkage 38 per leaving net fleece pounds wool from no other State equals in net weight Texas loses 70 per cent Washington 73 Arizona 72 Virginia 47 Ohio 51 Tennessee Indiana 54 Pennsylvania 50 The greater percentageof shrinkage is due mostly to the admixture of Merino blood and there is very little if any that in Kentucky Our State pro 514643 fleeces while Texas re 2317636 New Mexico leads in number of sheep having 3786688 A pound of wool from Texas 188 pounds from Arizona pounds from Ohio 283 pounds wool in the grease is worth more than that of same quality from States The average weight of for all the States is 646 pounds average shrinkage 611 per cent New School Law The Richmond Register says At recent session of the Madison County Teachers Institute a was introduced suggesting a radi change in the present system as regards School Trustees Jt is sug gested that a board for each district be elected with pow employ teachers buy fixtures c and that all the boards the county acting in conjunction constitute a controlling board for the entire county and to exercise a general supervision of all the schools in the county the County Superintendent being exollicio a member of the con trolling board Steps to secure legis lation the subject will Probably be in time for the next meeting of the General Assembly This is fundamentally wrong The nearer any oiliest is to the people who him the more he will feel his official responsibility and the more he will be The District Trus tees are nearer the people who elect them than would be a County Board by magisterial districts Keep the control Of the school in the hands of the people who patronize it Win Chester Sun Crop Report The severe drouth was broken throughout the State during the week except in the extreme northern coun from Breckinridge to Campbell in these the situation was to quite an extent at the last of the week The early corn was in most sections past recovery but the later planted shows a wonderful improvement and favorable weather in the produce much more than was The greatest improvement is in to The dark tobacco in the portion of the State is quite promising In the Burley districts In the northcentral counties it has very severely from the drouth will probably be very light but the now Burley districts in the tral portion of the State the outlook quite favorable Gardens are about ruined Irish potatoes and fruit are generally poor Pastures are improving rapidly Stock peas are doing well and will largely increase the amount of forage Turnips are being sown very Plowing for winter wheat is pro pressing Colored Teachers Institute The Colored Teachers Institute which closed its session Aug 16th a success in every way and was perhaps the best colored institute ev er held in the county Twenty teach ed were in attendance and each took lively interest in the work Prof Principal of cityschools for colored children Lexing and Prof J H Garvin of two able instructors con ducted the work choir made up of home talent supplement by the teachers and rendered elflc service The colored clergy of city took part in the work of the Institute and contributed largely the success of the work The county Superintendent was present at each session and helped in every possible The teachers showed their ap of her work as county Su perintendent by endorsing her and recommending her reelection to the office this fall The following resolutions were man mostly adopted are We your committee on resolutions behalf of the Institute thank and Divine Providence for the of and permitting us to Is reassemble as ap Institute That we heartily ap The endorse the work ofProf of W Ky and able Prof JGarvlnf of Winchester who has been of associated with him two Institutewe that they be ted to conduct ourInstitute next to n Q 10 liev jrva think SQ you wiU of the Dr 3 26 Kentucky resolu- tIon magisterial select of on Kentucky expected western suffered and exten- sIvely in Winchester was toly pre iation outlives preciateand o ds n H requeSt h j 70 j1 fI 1 t f 1 r ret y- are about evening fuller and faithful elected red fu tobacco W Reynolds th The pies Resolved Instructor also in condnctia ned cell hour c e t note best for in and that to source tions and and Robert and 2 Bejt further resolved That we extend our most liearty thanks to people for their attendance and the interest which they have maul fested in our deliberations 3 We acknowledge our grateful ness and obligations to the choir for the ellleient manner in which they served us 4 That the sense of this Insti tute that the Program Syllabus Book for teachers sued by the State Board the ever issued the state as to me chanical make up and arrangement of contents 5 We heartily thank the ministry of the city and Sergt A L Guynn their aid in our work 6 That we endorse heartily the administration of our present Superin tendent Miss E Jennings Lusk for her assiduity in promoting and ad van cing the cause and work of education our county in the most effective proficient manner possible it be the wisdom Of this depricate opposition from whatever and these resolu collectively be presented publication in the CENTUM that this resolution individually simply be presented to the committee of each and any political organization which they represent w M Shaw ChmnM Solon Black Royston John Floyd Abner McMurtry W M Johnson M W Sneed Speed S Goodloe Committee SCUD aunty Y iI In in makin interesting t iris for 10011 Ins RE s r U TJ Ho y J1 horse Alex 300 3 5 price For foaled shoat to tf broom and that so c was that to 4 75c dozen ow A many at have ns ter small of It were the and land ment ment the Patton Dunn sold a line coach to Wheil of Lexington for Dick Gentry of Boyle bought Denny a pair of work mules for Corn is selling in Madison county at per barrel and is at that Wanted 500 bushels shelled oats barrels of corn 10000 hay Mason Hamilton jack white points 1896 By Joe Blackburn JTMcQuerry Hammock Ky tf Taken up as an Estray a black boar weight about 90 pounds Came my place about Aug 8th W II Furr Flatwood Ky James Devine of Mercer planted corn in a field next to sorghum raised what farmers call a mule is the broom corn and mixed that both are worthless F jfeafej of Lexington sold to c B McCormick a wealthy banker Salt Lake City Utah a team of car horses trotting bred which can show a mile in 225 The price paid The CourierJournal prints a table shows potatoes increased in price fourfold and other vegetables in pro portion except tomatoes which have increased from 25c a bushel last year now cabbage have jumped from to 226 a crate and corn from to 25 cts An exchange says farmers ought to turnips and lots of there It is right time for sowing and a good crop should be raised They make good feed for milk cows It would al so be well to sow rye for fall and pasture as it comes on veryquick and makes excellent pasture especially calves farmer tells us that in roosting ears the other day he found ears filling out with new grains the small endand he thinks he will almost as good a crop this year heretofore He said he remember ed one year when heavy rains set in af a drought causing the ordinarily end of the ears to be the larger the Sayings is said that there were at least 200000 mustangs scattered over the plains of Arizona New Mexico and Texas ten years ago and that now nearly all of them are gone A few caught and kept by the Indians their reservations But the wild in his natural state is practi tally extinct Three causes are assign for First the better horse of east cheapened by the trolly car the bicycle could be bought at a moderate price and the mustang was shot by the stockmen as a useless con sumer of pasturage second that the breed deteriorated and naturally died out and third heaven save markthat they were shot and made into cannel beef The ranchmen now breed and raise horses and find a ready market for not on in the eastern States but in Eng and Germany for army use The western climate makes them hardy longwinded and speedy Fifteen car loads of Russian hard which is part of the which left Odessa RuSsia four warehouse Four more carloads yet to come There are 14440 bushels of wheat in the consignment it is to be for seed purposes in Kansas and Oklahoma Itgreatest shipment of hard seed brought to this country purpase is to improve the quality Kansas hard wheat for export flour cie Importation is the result of experiments made B Warkantine Hals tead The wheat is in bushel sacks and will be distribu from government der points on the Bock Saa Lit and hering ehouse d scarce 100 pounds SaleBlack sor 3 GOO 5c a Ie for stock for colts twoHarrodsburg horse this them a conSign today 1tt rage winter gal li wheat wheat ever the gasses the War Islands rt rV r i w y4 c ani a lary burn M ally near II self was him the tor S by to ing ed all her la J e railways J Book waiter of Niland Grain Company of that city distributionforKansas City was 223 a bushel There is no royal road to wealthandthe farmer who attends business as closely as the city man is to succeed It is very seldom you of a farmer in the bankrupt court Iam free to admit that it seems use stepping stones to their own fortune but despite all this the farmer has thebest in Gods gift I remember yell when a college boy I was much pressed by the remarks of my profes sor of Greek Some member of the class had just rendered the passage from Xenophon which reads Agri culture is the nursing mother of the arts The criticisms of the were many but he finally said Gen tlemen I have unbounded respect the agriculturist It is a one not from man The first was a farmer I have not fur pro proanyand bustle affords a place to faster as a rule than you can make it The farmer who sticks to the farm can raise all he needs to eat and more The social side of city life is generally a hollow mockery that of the country pure and true American Agriculturist Camden N J was the scene of a race riot Turkey has yielded to the demands of France Serious disturbances are reported to have occurred in Armenia seriously stabbed his wife was arrested in Central City cyclonic wind storm did great at Centralia For the fifth time this year the In dianapolis treasury hasnt a cent Over one hundred weather bureau ofllcials are in session at Milwaukee The bank of New Matamoras Ohio private institution closed its doors Bloodhounds quickly ran down the perpetrators of a Munfordville burg Rumors of but nothing nite characterize the steel strike sit uation Paris police in anticipation of the Czars visit are on a hot hunt for an archists Kitchner reports the capture of three officers and sixtyfive men Boers The last will of Covington Arter gives all his estate to his widow James Ashbrook was accident shot and killed by her husband Henderson A Murry a prominent citizen of Todd county accidentally shot him and may die Howard an American deserter and leader of the Fillipenos in Mindoro captured in daring fashion At Eureka Spring Ark D Fidler shut and killed James Kizer a former policeman who had assaulted The mob at Fort Smith Ark dis persed without lynching Lewis Smith negro who criminally assaulted a child The Coroners jury decided that the killing of millionaire Sam Strong at Cripple Creek was without tationEverybody along Little river in Trigg county is hunting pearls of which quite a number have been found Aldrich of Rhode Iisland is One hundred London ballet and chorus girls met and discussed means of protecting themselves against im moral managers Hinshaw the famous Indiana preacher convict is out of Michigan One ot the oil gushers in tl e world is Deyo d control at Beaumont TexaS and two men been killed in The Climax a Nashville rambling resort was robbed in daring fashion TomJohnson of he failed get away with the loot W Weber sues the Mutual to recover money paid en certificates He says the business bas been turned over to tramps jBy reasons of complications result from an insects bite James of Vanceburg is cornpell to have his leg amputated The Of the structural and painters at San Francisco settled the employers granting the concessions demanded by tte At Dixon Springs Homer Richy killed Dr j w Herrodi of Gallatin Tenn In protecting Mrs Herrod infuriated husband The Sheriff declined to arrest Richyf The treasury officials unearthed an I admit Chinese to the United States Collector Hoey appointed from Mun Washington it is sev erance of FrancoTurkish diplomatic relations marks the dissolution of the concert of the European Powers un which the integrity of Turkey was guaranteed S x its t his thev efforts andman formoney D who ofA Ill Lord b ISthe ofduring L Rockefelleran- nounced visitlargest have 4270 but Security Bloomfield strike tom alleged wide conspiracy in Arizona to lnd IIn li t Qi the l Com 8 teat Cudgi g sp ooaoaooooooooooooaio0ooo00000 GeNE Rh NEWS oooodooooodoaooaooooo000000000 Parker peace lifers Dr pica Itt pany iron- workers was toilets was arrested feared the r her van arena deli nidi t n All and lange near TM for Lancaster Marble Works KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones work furnished on short notice in best possible manner Prices from 8 upward Call at works the depot- S McGTJlllE ORGANIZED 1833 I NATIONAL BANK LANCASTER IT Capital Surplus Fund 35OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefal and Prompt Gniurauate j M HiaeiNBOiHAJC Iixwis Y LXAVKLL B F W O BKINKY Assistant Caahi CD WAUIB Boottsepe DIRECTORS JMHiasiHBOTHXM Lxwis Y LSAVBIA ARNOLD Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the New M life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance B SwinebroadAgf R KINNAIRD INSURANCE- RepMtiiFollorajCiipanies Aetna Queen v Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Fhenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Aetna Life Ins Co gfHarlforlCfliu Oj ten sent 1 CITIZEN 100 teDtioD B F HUDSON rT rU1f1l COG Z493 NATION BANK ec lie m- ALL Preai V1cPied HUDSON TIFF i CAPITAL 1500000 l f o7 SURPLUS t floe 0Q LANCASTER KT ADXNHT President JHO K STOXJIXS Vice President 8 C DW NT Cashier F ROBINSOK JR JL T EMBB- TAsst Cashr DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes WHXlnnalrd S Bookkeeper W BRA T t Teeth extracted without with Vitalized Air Office inbu DENI ST inci anviile street oppoPresbyterian charch JOHNSTON Civil ENGINEER Lancaster Ky CoUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended to WBfcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON Ar JOHNSTON Attorney at Law V LANCASTER KY I Book ul L M For JOHN 30Hr SON i LOUISVILLEACCOUNT MIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE VIA Queen Crescent Route Aug 27th30th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Ilinearson G P A Cincinnati LOW RATES TO r in G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Sept 20 211901 for one day only at the New He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to him a call He will be found at his room at the New Mason Parents of children whose eyes are in any way affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too much care can not be taken in this particular as any neglect of the parents may lead to most serious consequences after life If the eyes of a child need glasses tire doctor can it and adjust such glasses as This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage ot the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes and any ageA good glass rightly adjusted luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m QB B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Oflice over Thompsons store Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth shat have been made at my office V if there is one set or any sets that show anj 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 live 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 DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Bichmond National Bank RICHMOND KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatItartificially the food and aid in strengthening and is the latest discovereddigeit ant tonic No can It in It In relievesand permanently Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all other results of imperfect digestion Prlce50c snail size BookallaboutdyspepsiamaiJeairea Pr j ar d by E C DeWITT AGO Cblcaa Dr glassesto give Hotel determine andincrease adjusted Kodol reconstructing organs pre ttm t i aS- a 1 acts cures and 1 LOCAL TIME TABLES j I passes Lancaster 1IU5AM Northbnd Mixed 33ir x Paasgr 2 2AK 12 28 A x SOl SOl bndMlxed II North bnd CHESAPEAIE OHIO Railway Time Inefct Jnlyl549CJ r STATIONS LvLonlaville 330am 600pm 1120am Winchester II 57 am 9 18pm 8 SCam 630pm I225nu 925am ArWashlneton 650am 340pm NevrYork W4 H HO UJiJ JJ STATIONS LvNewYork 800am Philadelphia 1020ara 731pm 2 lOpm 713am 4 5 50am Winchester 7 S7am 43SpaC32ara 245paLexington 812am 7 08am 11 Man 8 00pm j Through Trains run to and from New York trains niB dally except Sunday car or write Or telephoaa JiARNIY A 81am lU15am WES con 3 pa Y a LXLN eftKw Oars fife i903pm n in r tYhj f i 4- f t pI Where the Home a PEOPLE oo oooo Have o Visited b Mrs J M Logan has been visiting LexingtonMr has gone to Peoria Ill for a few months Miss Margaret Tomlinson has recov ered from a recent illness Miss Mamie Bastin is at home after a visit to relatives in Crab Orchard Miss Katie Lee Denny has been the charming visitor of Miss Theo Hemp hill Mr Tom Hampton of Winchester is visiting his cousin Miss Emma HoodMiss Cox of Circleville Ohio is the guest of Mrs T B Long at the Gar rard Hotel Mr Lawson Oxley of Chnthiana Is the guest of his cousin Miss Theo Rev J E Wolford left Tuesday for Louisville to attend the wedding of his Miss Mary Bruce of Stanford was the handsome visitor of Mrs R E Mc Roberts Sunday Miss Louise Farris spent several days the past week with her cousin Miss Bettie Arnold Mrs II N Faulconer has returned to her home in Hillsboro Ohio after a visit to her parents Misses Smiley of Lexington this week to visit Miss Mattie Thompson Danville avenue Messrs R Kinnaird J M Farra Jim Smith and Frank Marksbury are in the Conclave this week Dr Maurice Dawes of Crab visited the past week his brother and sister J E Doores and Miss Bet tie Miss Lucy Scott Mrs Letcher Ows ley and pretty little daughter Mary are in Louisville attending the Wm Walker left Yesterday for where he will take a special tours in bookkeeping in Smiths Business College Mrs Rosa Crow who has been visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown returned to her home in Monday Miss Venice C Walker of Atlanta who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Dorcas Walker for some weeks has returned to her Southern home Mrs Jones and children of Win chester and Mrs Chas Richardson and child of Somerset are the guests of their father Mr Jesse Sweeney Robert Elkin wilt leave Saturday for Lexington where he will take a course in stenography boolckeeping and typewriting in Smiths Business College Allen Zaring of Richmond was here last week and paid us a pleasan call The centre of attraction with Zaring is on the road between here and Richmond and he is frequently down this way Richmond Pantagraph Mr and Mrs W K Denny have returned froma visit to relatives in Garrard county Miss Sue of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Bessie Turley of Miss Lucy Gregory is the guest of Misses Nannie and Virginia Goodloe in Gajrard county We had a pleasant call Saturday from Mr J T Hoskinsof Ashland City Tenn He is a brother of Mrs Eliza Farris of this city and a brother of the late Col Wm Hoskins who was beloved by our older citizens Mr Hoskins is an exceedingly interesting gentleman He was stationed at Camp Dick Robinson during the war and 1 Hemphill r brother expected j taking Orchard Conclave Lexington Layton 4 t I are f t 1 A I Louisville i I A of had charge of the issue of ments etc He left Monday for to visit his sister Mrs RoT inson Miss Gena Bush is visiting relatives in Bryantsvllle Mrs Ellen Poor Is in Richmond vis sting Mrs W R Letcher Mrs Wm Greenleaf of St Louis is the guest of Mrs Emma KaufFman Prof J H Patterson is conducting the Teachers Institute at Stanford Miss Jennie Warren of Stanford is visiting her aunt Miss Jennie Dun can Messrs Harry Fox and Paul Gouver of Eaton Ohio are with Mrs Jake Jo seep Miss Marie Joseph has returned from a visit to relatives in Shelby City 0 Miss Annie Beaber of Cincinnati has been the guest of her aunt Mrs L Mr W 0 Rigney wife and daughter Lena are in Lousisville attending the Conclave Mr and Mrs W T West and Ethel are in Louisville attending the Conclave Miss Marietta Crow of Louisville is the charming guest of Misses and Allie Arnold M Lauber ot York Pa arrived Sunday and is the guest of W B at the Garrard Mr W K Shugars and wife ofMc Kinney have been visiting William Shugars and family Miss Hattie Doty left Wednesday for Texas to spend tho winter with her aunt Mrs Boone Col W S Ferguson is here from Covington looking after his farm and mingling with his friends Mrs Nannie Arnold of Richmond is visiting her daughter Mrs Samuel Johnson Richmond avenue Mrs Albert Smith and children and Mr Robert E Henry of Arkansas are with Solon B Henry and family Mrs Banks Hudson and Mrs J A Beazley who have been on the sick list are much better at this writing Mrs Taylor Terhune of Danville Mrs H W Tucker of Nashville have been visiting Mrs Joe Faulconer Jr Miss Kittle Meter of Lexington who has been visiting Mrs Wm Moss has gone to visit friends in Preaches ville Miss Pauline Arnold of Jellico Tenn is expected this week to be the guest of Miss Louise Farris Danville Avenue Mrs John Sandidge and Miss Jennie Dunn of Hustonville are the guests Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett for a few days Mr George Simmons of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday of last week with his aunt Mrs S J Richmond street Mrs J T Brogle and little Elenor and Irene of Nicholas vine are guests of Mrs James Pum phrey Danville Avenue Mr and Mrs A H Rico Mr and Mis W B Mason Judge Hemphill and wife Mr Louis Landram and wife are in Louisville attending the Conclave Mrs Pumphrey and daughter Bruce Mrs J T Brogle and children Nicholas ville and Mrs Vesta of Paint Lick visited Mrs Hattie Trnkersley of Madison Wednesday W B Jarvis and wife are yet at the bedside of herson Drv Warren Russell who has been critically ill with typhoid fever at his home near Switch Ky It is thought by his that he has taken a turn for the better We were never more agreeably than last Friday morning when tip i la S eg V Philips daughter Burton Johnson daughters Jordan attendants surprise arms R Re lass ill K I Ic G d G Now Mr Hunter Dove shooting is We have the celebrated Winchester Blue loaded pont Nitro which we aslong as they last for a You will do well to engage your suPP1Y in you cannot get these shells aynwhere else at that lm i- u J P t jJ 71i qdfj J fJ ffJ i r t ffl riit 1 Irl6 ttJ Jlf t c i 1 I I t- i7flfli Ifi here Rival Shell with Du Powder will sell I E 50 cts box advance as low price i Ja X44 the 11 oclock train from Richmond yle came in bearing Mr J R Sims of that city remained the guest of Shelby Tribble until Saturday But Shelby was not the attraction for Rufus down here My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea says J II Doak of Wil Hams Oregon We were unable to cure with the doctors assistance ana as a last resort we tried Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Iain happy to say it gave immediate relief and complete cure For sale by R E McRoberts druggist Temperance is a stimulant to Indus try Dont be satisfied with temporary relief from indigestion Kodol Dys Pepsis Cure permanently and corn pletely removes this complaint It relieves permanently because it allows the tired stomach perfect rest Diet ing wont rest the stomach Nature receives supplies from the food we eat The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which digests what you eat and cant help but do you gnop F P Frisbie Riches have have the summer hotels In cases of cough or croup give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in a little npvorfnils always safe sure and almost instantan eous in effect F P Frisbie Hate is a lowgrade power that flashes in the pan Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain cure for piles Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you getthe original DeWitts F P Frisbie 1m Idealize a woman and she doesnt care if she isnt understood James White BryantsviHe Ind says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs He had suffered 6 years Doctors tailed to help him Get DeWitts Accept no imitations F P Frisbie 1m Worry comprises a lot of tool things that never happen lam indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and my life I was treated in vain by doc tors for lung trouble following la grippe I took One Minute Cough Cure and recovered my health Mr Wise Madison Ga F P Frisbie The summer girl sits down on the sand but allows thesea to embrace her 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 got DeWitts F P Frisbie The the only genuine summer blazer all the others are base 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 Ini Instead of waiting for a rich uncle to die go and learn wisdom of the in dustrious aunt O O Buck Beirne Ark says I was troubled with constipation until I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint I recommend them F P Frisbie 1m With the possible exception of her tongue the of today is capable of holding her own If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final Little Early Risers will remove this danger Safe pleasant and effective F P Frisbie 1m The girl who doesnt use slang more attractive than the one who does but she is less numerous It si easier to keep well than get cured DeWitts Little Early Risers taken now and then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote easy gentle action F P Frisbie Every time a woman injects an ex clamation point into her conversation she gathers momentum for a fresh start Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sickness of the stomach says O P M Holli day of Deming Ind His bowels would move from five to eight times a I had a bottle of Chamberlains Cslic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m DAny man has a right to consider a himself a gifted orator who can get people to stay in a room and listen to him talk for two hours without having the door locked Chicago News Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup The doctors said she couldnt she wasinstantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure F P Frisbie 1m Calends Exearalea Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to and Utah points at to reduced rates account Ex cursions Ask Ticket Agents for par ticulare W C Rineareon G P A to Cincinnati T commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I several bottles land digest anything Dyspepsia ls Cure is the only preparation contain the natural digestive fluids It gives weak stomachs entire rest TC storing their natural condition la Friable 1m wingsandso while It Pleasant to take often E II sunis imIta- tions result DeWltt s maybe day I live but Kodol F pc c 1 1 f who him woman Colorado Summer trItook can ag all a of is to of is in in to si The best set ofteeth in the world for 750 Dr Dentist Richmond at Garrard Hotel every sec ond Monday Progress i Agrlcaltare Progress must be the watchword of all of farmers and progress in finding out the best adopting them Let diligently give attention and what he has learned for himself let him teach his children at home and send them to school where that can be continued and enlarged Heartburn When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heartburn Is likely to follow and if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digests food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after indicating that you have eaten too much take one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heatburn may be avoided For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Intemperance The man who has eaten too heartily enjoy the sermon is sinning in ex ictly the same way as the drunkard lying in the allej Rams Horn Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom beard of vous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action the liver stimulate the organic action of the system and that ail they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Storms Drug Store How to Grow Broom Cora Broom corn thrives on any kind of soil that produces Indian corn or maize The ground should not be worked deeply but should be fine and smooth Broom corn should be drilled in rows about as far apart as corn It should be planted after you are through planting corn and not until the ground is warm One bushel of seed will plant 15 acres or about onefourth a peck per acre It needs very cultivation so that it is kept clean of weeds it will grow The best time to harvest it is when the seed is in dough The best way to harvest is to break all the stalks one way and cut the tops with a corn knife Prairie Farmer It Pay to Buy 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 Go to a warmer and more regular Yes if possible if not possble for you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced all civilized countries with success severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues destroy the germ disease but allays inflamation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize Alma nac at Stormes Drug store AN IDEA FROM KANSAS ltiK Cart for Harrowing Which Said to Save a Lot of Very Hard Work Harrowing is a job few farmers like find there are few jobs about farm work that are more wearjing where the driver walks over soft ground Some men in the large fields of the west ride an extra horse when the team is easily managed but this method has its disadvantages Some of our farmers have constructed Hob- son our consists odsand the farmer then education especially eating o Biliousness nervous and little Doe climate Recommended harrowing Sy met Is h r RIDING CART FOR HARROWING riding cart attaching it to the long drawbar of the harrow and it is prov tug the most satisfactory method ever tried It adds but little to the draft an extra horse may be put on it if the team finds difficulty in pulling the the driver can better manage his horses as he is not to keep constant watch of his steps and he is always at an equal from them The cart some widetired wheels old corn planter wheels being just the thing These placed axle made on or bolted a four by four to which the seat is by of standards running from the seat to the four by four and the brace between the shafts which connect the cart with the long draw bar to which evener and whiffle are hitched It might seem at glance as though the wbiffletrees might be caused to bump the heels and other trouble but this not the case the weight of the keeps drawbar and evener up off the ground Actual use in re gion show B this ridih carjt io be both practical and valuable Jim X Irwin Ohio Farmer L i harrowand required uses on an means ltf i 1 distance wheels are bolted the ees horses cause ash sort she this Drs Newman Dassler eye and home office in Columbus Neb will be the new Garrard ear- S Jccia fists heat re a Hotel Lancaster Thursday Sep 5th Any with imperfect vision or ear trou Ie should not miss this opportunity See their ad In this issue 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 Ban 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 bis bowels were in a terrible fix that 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 be said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen o twenty minutes if he did not fii d relict but he took no more and wa entirely cured For sale by R R McRoberts druggist 1m Flour from Sweet Potatoes The American Flour Manufacturing ompany of Vineland J has just been incorporated with an authorized capital of 1000000 for the making flour from sweet potatoes The Vineland mill which started up a Jays ago is said to be the first of itskind in the country The flour is bright golden yellow and has a sweet taste that is very pleasant The farm of south Jersey are jubilant over the organization of the company which proposes to erect mills jut the sweet potatogrowing belt SIIIc Culture a Home Inilantr A writer in the Philadelphia says that silk culture is not and never has been an exceedingly remunerative business but it adds vast wealth to tin nations engaged in it for the simple reason that it can be pursued by the humblest and poorest requiring small outlay The raising of a few pounds of cocoons every year does not materially interfere with the house hold and other duties that now engage I the time of the farm girls and it is household raising a few pounds of cocoon that silk culture must bt carried on in this country as it has been in other countries In fi If teeth have ached or are getting loose it wit pay you see Dr Hobson at Garrarc Hotel every second Monday before you some rant person pull them out S86ORound Trip Via The JJ the f rs 0 Times onl beach produced fey always FROM DANVILLETO CLEVELAN Account Encampment G A R SEPTEMBER 1014 1901 W J MURPHY W C RlNEABSON Genl Mgr G P A Cincinnati The girl with the biggest patrimony has the best chance for matrimony- A man soon forgets bis faults when they are known only to himself Teeth extracted without The latest in oridge work Dr Hobson Richmond av Gairard Hotel every second Monday Louisvilles Great FAIRSe- pt 23Oct 5 1901 Magnificent Roman Hippodrome and Athletic Carnival Americas Grandest Exhibit of Live Stock and Farm Products 1500000CASH SPEED CONTESTS ON ILLUMINATED TRACK Amusements Admission Day25c Evening Cattle Premiums Faitwith gyn INTERSTATE f An OtdFasfz1oned a too tt loc YQU SAVE 25 per cent BY BUYING SECONDHAND SCHOOL BDDKSAT MCROBERTS 5 DRUG STORE Madison Institute RICHMOND KY ft HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS J W McGarvey Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers were educated at the leading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant records as instructors everyone a specialist in her department Music depart 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 apital Stock 25000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 00 Address all correspondence to Home OiUee 1 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 This notice is meant for ALL indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and of calling in person Sallie D Tillett The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived j Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS 1 Have your property insured against 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 healthfulonly KENTUCKYGood Ji13li11 8 1 expense mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 5 E 3 E t 1 nit I 3 r r r- i r1 r Dr Newman the wellknown European Eye Specialist is a graduate of the best schools of America and also took a two course in Dr Dassler the celebrated Eye and Ear Specialist has for the past 12 years made a specialty of Eye and Ear and successfully treats all dis eases of the Eye and Ear doctors fit to correct all defects of vision cure and relieve headache indigestion and of children straightened without the knife Satisfaction guaranteed and examination free The doctors will be- At Ntn Garrard Hotel Lancaster Thursday Sep 5 One day OBT visIonTh Cross eyes rvaFynxarauac LwicasterLbdge No 104 F AM Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nightsMembers of fis ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Xoois Landram Secretary Maste Knights of i Pytfcias Garrard No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night In Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally J W SWKENKY C C G B SWINKBROAD KJL S Lodge invited J t 1 rx4 I 4 SOME CLOVER FACTS There Are Several Ynrietiea VJil h Give Fair Yield and Are Valu able In Many Vaya Clovers are among our most valuable forage plants but they will not with stand the extremes of drought end heat that prevail over large sections of of the same region some years Being soil renovators they can be grown in rotation with other crops to advantage On account of the large amount of protein they contain they have a high feeding value There are several varieties of clovers grown in this country among which are the fol lowing Ited clover Trifolium pratense This is the most common variety and is grown successfully in the north wherever the supply of moisture is sufficient In dry sections it becomes uncertain Some call it a perennial nut it is scarcely more than a biennial its perennial character being often as sumed by new plants springing up from seeds dropped by the plants each year It makes u good hay but is un suited for permanent pasture When it is desired to use it for pasture as a single plant it is necessary to ro tate keeping the clover pasture in one place for not more than two years Mammoth clover trifolium medium resembles red clover but has no spots on the leaves It is adapted to more moist land than is red clover and un der favorable conditions will give a larger yield Alsike clover is a perennial clover whose appearance suggests a hybrid between red and hite clover but it is not a hybrid It will thrive on soil too wet for red clover but on ordinary soil is probably not to be so highly recommended A writer says that it should be sown with grasses to get the best results White clover trifolium repens is a lowgrowing perennial spreading by creeping stems The llowers arc white the older ones more or less purplish tinged It is of little value for hay owing to its small growth but is very useful for beautifying lawns and has some value as a pasture plant Sonic farmers sow white clover seed with bluegrass and consider it an assist ant to the bluegrass pasture It stands drought fairly well and will grow on soil too poor to give good yields of some other pasture plants In Ireland it is called the shamrock Crimson clover trifolium inearna tum is an erect annual a foot or two high It bears scarlet flowers in ob long heads It was highly spoken of some years ago as a soil renovator but of recent years has been quite gener ally ignored in the north In the south it is proving valuable in some local ities Farmers Review LOADING FARM WAGONS Short Stepladder Fitted to End Hears Lota of Hard Work and Annoyance In loading farm wagons there is Too often needless lifting The cut shows a handy short stepladder with bent r the west and in other sections L every year Saves STEPLADDER FOR WAGON irons securely screwed to the end of the ladder and that tit to the wagon end board By using a ladder of this kind the loading is made much more easy and very often farm produce can bruisingE 4 SEEDS AND CHEMICALS Why Commercial Fertilize SIionlA- He Applied with Discretion and In Moderate Quantities Only If nitrate of soda muriate of potash and superphosphate are applied in somewhat heavy doses in the lull or drill and the seed is dropped directly upon the fertilizer before it has bern mixed with the soil there is very great danger that the germ of the seed will be destroyed We have many times killed the germs of seeds inthis way But if the fertilizer is applied with tho drill and mixed with the soil there is no danger whatever that the ordinary application of fertilizer will in any way injure the seed or plant Should fertilizer be applied in extra large doses say 500 to 1000 pounds per acre and should the season following be very dry it is entirely probable that the plants might be injured by the heavy application of fertilizer The reason for this is that the plant food is too concentrated and there is not enough moisture present to sufficient ly dilute it Nitrogen is especially caustic in its action and for the source of nitrogen if it is to be drilled in at the time of drilling in the seed we recommend that dried blood or sulphate be used as a source of nitrogen instead of nitrate of soda Where nitrate of soda is used it is al ways best to apply it as a topdressing where plants are growing upon lund so that they can make use of once One man in Michigan was told to apply nitrate of soda to the growing plants and he fertilized his cucumber vines by dropping a handful of nitrate of soda on each lull As a result the cucumber vines receiving the nitrate of soda were completely destroyed He should have applied it to the soil and mixed it with the soil near the hill Country Gentleman DURABLE FARM GATE It IK Not Only Very Simple and Inexpensive nut Can lie Used Also to Separate Stock The best farm gate I ever saw made was like time illustration and is a gate that can be used to separate stock is made so it can be raised at one to let hogs or sheep under while cat tle and horses capnot get through And in case o snow it can be raised and opened Get the number of slats you wish and make the gate Then take for the four end pieces 1x4 them on to the slats with ammonium bolting tint Iii EXCELLENT FARM GATE one bolt in each end of slats so the gate can work up and Now take for the brace two pieces 1x3 or 1x4 bolt them at the top on the outside of the two end pieces using a bolt long enough to go through five slats Now on the other end take a threeeighth inch rod and bend it like A This loop should be about eight inches long Bore a hole in each of the two ends and drive this into them Now on the bottom slat close up to the upright piece Cut some notches for this rod to catch in when you raise the gate This is very simple and inexpensive and should be on every farm Agri cultural Epitomist An ideal outing is promised our citi zens and those who have been busy luring the summer season in the nouncements of the Cincinnati Fall Festival which September 16th Near homeonly a few hours ride with a low railroad rate and a two weeks programme of and pageantry unexcelled one should surely find enough to gratify the most fastidious taste tiThe railroads have treated handsomely this year and the rate announced will enable everybody to take in the Festival visit friends and acquaintances in theQueen City and a most enjoyable outing at a very small cost down a Cincinnati Relief for the Gentler Sex JUMJters Mend is a friend during the nine before childbirth It as distressing headaches cramps and If a to robbing confinement of all its pain Mothers Friend b sold all re Atugtfstt at 91 99fcrbattle If it cannot be found ve will send express prepaid any wkere in tile United States raxm receipt of price We isb a book on Motherhood that ercry one of the gentlei sex can have mailed ce upon request months liniment ot and by its relaxation Of the muscles aU nervo1Lc irelieves naUsea 1UlABnKL8 ot AUaaUGa marvelous power a IEE GtLATK I S S i 4 SS ml i 1 ITS TOMATO CHOWDER NOW The Disappearance of a Good Out Dink in Which Claws Once Figured That good old American dish which used to deserve its name of clam chow der seems to have degenerated these days into a thick sourtasting tomato soup says the New York Sun There is scarcely place in town where one an get clam chowder now as it was made when the dish earned the great measure of popularity upon which its disreputable successor is still trad ingInstead of clams tomatoes have be come the chief ingredient and the re sult is an indigestible mess that re calls only in name the savory chowder of better days and nine times out of ten the deluded diner who partakes of it will be alllicted with heartburn for hours afterward At the seashore where dams are abundant one would naturally expect to get a chowder made after the old orthodox fashion but in the neigh borbood of Xew York at least there remains only disappointment for any one who banks on this hope Even there the inexpensive tomato has won the light and it is that product and not the clam that dominates the chowder Another instance of the aggressive ness of the tomato is to be found in This too instead of being an mixture of macaroni and meat gravy topped with Parmesan has come to be nothing more than a sauce of tomato poured over the spaghetti So that it is little won ler that these two dishes clam chow der and spaghetti which were so highly esteemed by those who knew good eating have fallen in favor here and it serums probable Unit time time is at hand when they will be found on the lists of only time poorest grade of eating places SECURING A LOWER BERTH The Trick Sometime Played by TravelerM to Get time Coveted Sleeping Place Those who travel a good deal and are compelled to make use of night appreciate time value of a lower berth in a sleeper All kinds of tricks are resorted to to secure one and the agent must keep his eyes wide open if he would escape several kinds of trouble One of Chicagos veteran passenger men the other lay told of a praetie that was common before it was decided not to show the dia grams of the cars to passengers A customer would come into the office said he and ask to be shown In looking them over he would no tice that John Smith had a lower re served until four oclock in the after noon as he was not certain that he would be able to take the train that day After getting the name well fixed in his mind the tricky cus tomer would purchase a ticket and go back to his office About two oclock he would send a messenger boy to the agency with a notice that John Smith had decided to take the berth he had conditionally reserved whereupon it would be turned over to the messenger When John Smith called at four oclock the din showed that his lower berth was gone It would not be proper to quote all that John Smith would say at such times To save ourselves from these embarrassments and to protect our customers we recently decided to treat our diagrams as confidential PROVISIONS FOR AN ARMY Large Ocean Steamxliipn Are Obliged to Have WellStocked Larder People who cross the Atlantic in one of the great liners are in no danger of famishing A gentleman with a penchant for statistics has given the public the average supply aboard the Deutschland the beginning of every voyage between New York and Ham burg and of course all the other big ships are provisioned in about the same way In the first place there are 40 tons of ice to keep things eatable and drinkable and these are the things that were on the ice on a recent trip across Fourteen beeves ten calves 29 sheep 26 lambs 9 hogs 1500 geese and game birds 1700 pounds of fish 400 pounds of tongues and sweetbreads 1700 doz ens of eggs 14 barrels of oysters and clams 175 barrels of potatoes 75 rels of other vegetables 20 crates tomatoes and celery 200 dozen heads of lettuce 90 barrels of flour COO pounds of oatmeal and hominy 1300 pounds of butter 2200 quarts of milk 300 quarts of cream 1000 big molds of ice cream 4 tons of fruit 12000 quarts of wine and lquor 15000 quarts of beer and 400 tons of drinking Of course all o this is not used on each trip but enough is carried to provide a liberal margin The Level of Lake Erie Lake Erie is now three and onehalf feet below the city base of level the standard from which the city takes measurements of altitude What is known to engineers as the city represents the high water matof the lake in 1838 It cannot be said that the level of the lake is steadily lowering as some believe for the level has risen above and gone below thccity datum several times since is interesting to note that the great est depth in Lake Erie directly north from Cleveland is S3 feet The great est depth in the lake is more than 200 feet off Long Point Cleveland Leader flack Death Still Defiant The bubonic plague is said Jo be the While the dread of smallpox cholera and yellow fever has been much of late years because of the progress of medical no great has yet been obtained the black death Preventive of Smallpox A doctor put west alleges that he has discovered that apple cider vinegar taken in reasonable quantities is a sure preventive of kmallupx most restaurants that serve spaghetti formerly time diagrams of tIme various sleepers grain water datum yieldingless- ened je on I f t 1 iJt emmterprismng mind appetizing chickens bar- fo 183 It hold 5 r THE REPORTER I am just out of college said the tall unburned youth with time good clothes and the trousers rolled up at the bottons addressing the city editor of a New York newspaper great air of confidence and I am making an effort to obtain z foothold in journalism I did some work for my college paper I have here two 01 tiirce letters of introduction to you DC you think you can put me on as a repor ter Journalism lucy said the city editor Yant to get into journalism you say What is journalism Id like to know TIme testy tone didnt fease the tall youth to any great extent He stuffed sonic long cut into his bulldog pipe apparently more out of habit than for any other reason for he didnt light the pipe Then he flicked some imaginary diissl off his trousers That he replied is what I want to find out Im hunting for a journalistic job so that I can timid out Well snapped the city editor when he the letters theres no journalism around this plant hut if you want to butt into the newspaper business I can give you a show The cub thats been covering one of the police courts got discouraged and cropped out a couple of days ago awl if you want his billet you can have it on trial you write strictly in the ilacauley vein The tall youth grinned sclfpossesscdly and made no reply feeling that no reply ivas necessary Theres not munch doing at that police c urt went on the city editor ts viciously wielded his blue pencil on sdKc flimsy copy Chicken feed of it worth about a stick or so occasional ly some funny drunks and disorderlies Xo chance for you to work in the editorial we or to put down the fact that you point with pride or that you view with alarm or any kind of stuff like that Understand The young man nodded his head respect fully Well you can chase up there in the morning and get your bearings and well have a look at your copy Thatll be about all and the city editor clapped a ristful of copy onto one of his hooks and turned his back upon the tall sunburned youth When the city editor reached the office the next diy he found a little copy in an unfamiliar hand on his desk Whats this he asked the chief copy reader picking up the matter as if it was fly paper Why said time chief cr vreader thats a neat little bunch of police court stuff that one of the new ducks turned in awhile ago Four or five rattling good stories in it and drescd up just our way I dont know who the fellow is that dill it but I thought Id pass it along to you to look over its so toppy and original Huh growled the city editor turning over the pages of the copy lie quickly interested as was apparent front his manner Well Ill be durncd he said after to the assistant city editor ilem bcr that college whelp that was in here yesterday that I assigned to that bum po lice court the one that wanted to get iMo journalism Well say you ought to see this batch of stuff hes turned in Real thing Bout four stories in it that Im to have heads put on and scattered over the first page Xo exclaimed the assistant city Yell it would jar you wouldnt it said the city editor And he said he to go into journalism at that Say have you got any decent assignments left on the book Xothing but a bucket shop failure down the street may be something in it but it doesnt look promising Hey yelled the city editor to one of the boys wheres that journalist Whered he go after he turned in this copy The tall sunburned youth emerged from a dark corner and approached time city desk Hello there said the editor to him choppily Not such bad stuff as it might be that bunch you turned in from the police court Dye know anything about financial questions Well began the youth I took the course in political economy and Political economy nothing spluttered the city editor Theres a bucket shop down on the outer rim of Wall street that closed its doors today Its an outfit thats been under suspicion for some time Chase down there ana1 see if you can dig up the srookcdncss connected with the joint The young man from college his nice new straw hat with the round it and went his way The city ed itor was gone for the day when he returned from his quest and so after a word or so with the night editor he sat down and to write He wrote until the hour the paper went to press with a relay of copy boys grabbing off the sheets as quick as he finished them and when at about half past two in the morning he leaned back pretty well wornout he had written columns of doubleleaded matter which was clapped onto the first page with a big head Xot so bad son said the night editor in a kindly tone to the new man who wearily got up and went to his room and slept ten hours When he walked into the reporters room at one oclock on the day first days work he noticed that all of the copy boys were looking him over shrewdly and that the oldtimers who were sitting around waiting for alignments stared at him hard He walked up to the city editors desk to report Ho its you hey said the city editor with a thrill of excitement in his tone Say what dye think your are i journalistWell the tall sunburned young man from college thats what 1 wanted to You did eh growled the city editor jumping up and clapping the young man heartily on time back No you didnt You just thought you did thats all You never wanted to be a journalist but you wanted o be a newspaper man and if you are not that right now by ginger you never afe going to be Youre all right if you are from college Thats the whackingest story that has sneaked into this old paper since Ive been connected with it and whats more its a clean coldblooded scoop on the whole town and youre too much of a know it For the young man from college had struck the right trail and got hold of the tory of the hundreds of women who had been swindled in the bucket shop and he had spread himself on the account From that day he got the No 1 good as signment on the paper that lie had tackled for a job as a journalist This is a strictly true tale of a man who while one of the youngest Fa now the bestknown editors inNew York There never was a rule yet that didn work both ways Washington Star Miiraanipa or city Life Ta Wnats a metropolis a Place whichcosts you about 25 o out where you Chicago The finest gold fiUs 150 amalgum 75cts Dr Hob at Garrard Hotel every sec mid Monday v s If witha stackof became awhile going editor wanted editor clappedon redribbon began several followinghis cubto I ne of t is in cents strett car fare can pick clover I t 5 ha S NEW dread pose stuif toiL S son DentiStEiChmondXy S a 5 J i Z5i There is no poison so highly contagious BO deceptive so Dont sure you are cured because signs of the disease have disappeared and the doctor says are Many per sons 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Winkle methods will serve time progressive farmer of today Farm and Fire side Call and see Dr Hobson Dentist of Richmond Ky at Garrard Hotel every 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 ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAJI HEUNDON tf Assignee I purely vegetable and the only blood instructive andshould producerav- erage farmer to learn is that no per connection into 0 second Lou UeJf to lammAmmmericau lion Double desiring ison Expol the following attractionsI 0 tIers 11 Annual Meeting Imperial 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your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us r DAVIDSON LANDAM1 Having associated ourselves together for time of doing a we L mortgagesreleased St purpcse Xo 3 House and Lot in McCrcnry Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame lione four rooms hallway vnriiulis nml a Hummer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in time way of outhnildinss barn buggy house etc Good garden pint with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard I luudid cistern and a stock pond that never fulls Everything is and convenient Trice is right and terms easy Xo 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Prop rty is Cheap and will go tyiick On of Hill street 70 feet front and Mii feet deep or Ii feet deep if desired u part of the Dr Hill property Splendid build ing site for a nice residence in u good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in simon a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item Xo t 70 feet front on Hill street B5 feet deeper li5 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding Xo 4 Farm of 52 Acres on die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the out Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but Is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or h mp laud time rest is rich timid productive y ever failing water and tencing in good repair Land has been well treated V story box house 4 rooms and n porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm of8 Acres on tile Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles front Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown lu outs and 25 acres of tine tobacco or hemp land brings tine wheat maid corn remainder in grass Stock water in abuuditnce Suflicient throughout last years drouth large wellelected orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn ice house and all essary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it Xo 14 600 Acres of Coal Timber Laud in Pulaski County Ky About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat Kiver on the Cinciniiat Southern Kailroad This land is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upou it No 17 Farm of i5S Acres in Pollpys Eeiid ofKentucky River In Garrard connty about 4 miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard l room twostory house in good re pairs mind all necessary ontbuildings Land in Polleys Bend is fast increasing in value 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school house i mlle from Good Hope Baptist r cultivation balance in grass good pasture land under good fence and watered by never failii g spines and ponds 12 acres iirorchard in fruiting prime best varieties in mill kinds of fruit Good story cottage house nicely hushed mind conveniently arranged with a storeroom 3 x2 f et adjoiting it Post oflice known as Flatwoods is kept at the store and is an excellent location for a country store A good place for a coming merchant to make money and make it fast No 15 Vacant Lot on South Side Water street between Lex ington and Paulding In Lancastor 75 feet front on Water street feet In depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price t Enst side O P excellent Mid mid clmrch ucrcs und J Joo new grass act I No 3 No 0 Farm of JO Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Jnst across the Garrard and Kockcnstle line All bottom laml level and productive never failing stock water 1 story log house and all necessary outbuilding Possession given April 1st 1501 Price within the reach of men of moderate minima No House and Lot in Danville Ivy in Otter Addition on East Maui Street 100 feet front U7 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property proper ty III this location Is always salable Xo 10 House and Lot in Laiicas tcr on North side of Dan yule Avenue Known is the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is 1 IS feet front on Danville Avenue and J9S feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular has It rooms hallway kitchen unit front veranda hath insOle and outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled und extensively im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient Louse and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Miles from Lancaster on the Hit lisville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acred of splint Hd hemp or tobacco land 7T acres In lialiibcc uiilei cultivation watered ly never ailing spring Mace Is in good repair House stories containing I rooms porch and htt porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuilding Very line large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A line farm of moderate size No 12 Farm of S Acres Two w Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike St acres in grass balancennder cultivationgood strong laud In good repair and wateredby never failing springs Two story frame house C rooms and necessary outbuildinsOne of orchards A very desirable farm near Town Vand in good locality Jlonse and Lot near Sul phur IVell Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 roomupper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place la good repair and healthy location Win trade for house and lot in Lao cartel No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below buck hall varanda hand somely finished inside anti conveniently large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot Is 100 feet front J 17 in depth nice stable los and large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself Nol Farm of 30 Acres at Lc gana Jessamine County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences in the Blue Grins Region with So acres of fertile laud attached situattd at Logaim in Jessa mine county Ky5 miles from Nicholasvill- er turnpike and near raihoad ft room cottage house magnificient barn and everv kind of convenient outbuildings good water in good repair Good location doctor or dairy man No 1 Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Uryantsville and About 8 miles from Lancaster All goodstrong laud vera under good fence and abundantly watered Dwelling house is 2 c rooms two tenant houses good barn ice house craucry and all other out buildings areon the Close to church schoolund well tilted for stock raising after H J tic cd Country No 1J constructed feet good everything for O V Sib grass 54 t 4 ii particulars write to or call on R L Davidson LawOflice over Stormes store Landram Central Record office Forfurther r o R Louis