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I TWKLVTB Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Matt Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPT 5 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR r t tt NUJIUJBlJ 21 LANDRAM T b r i j ti gtntintI- gYS 2 THE HOME NEWS 5E c- Ln Hemp knives at Conns Dent forget the bigcontest at Ope ra House September 5 The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal fur Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros Dark grey jacket silk lined between Lancaster and Hubble Finder please return to this office and get reward A handsome line of and Imperial Crown China a beauti ful line of Bohemian Glassware con sisting of glasss vases c at Lancaster Grocery Company Saturday Only During this month Miss Elisa J will only be in her office on Saturday as the remaining time will be taken up in visiting theschools in thecounty Col E B Smith one of the writers in Central Kentucky has the Richmond Pantagraph and will the publication It will be as in the past rockribbed Colorado Excursions Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account Summer Ex cursions Ask TicketAgents for par ticulars W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 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 Lancaster Graded School The seventh session of this institu tion will open Monday Sept 9th 1901 All pupils living in the district are ing in advance to the collector E W Harris the following rates of tuition 1 2 3 and 4th grades 9 per term 4 months 5 G 7 and 8th 12 T Currey President J B Kinnaird Secty Lot r Limog lso sherbe ups Lutksuperintendent of pUblicschoal r Ptacrak Sold brightest republican r dayNonresident 0 0 91011 and 1 th t15 4t continue Bargains in buggies etc at Conns Conn gives stamps on all cash work Ten Talented Young ladies will recite at the Ope ra House on Sep 5 DThe Masonic lodge will work in the first degree Tuesday night Rev A R Moore will preach his first anniversary sermon Sunday morn ing at the Christian church at usual hour Frank East who resided near Buck eye died Tuesday He was about years old and leaves a widow and six children A Fine Treat One of the prettiest and most ac complished belles of the Marksbury neighborhood remembered THE RECORD with a box of line peaches Monday Pop Garnett and Geo Jenkins two colored men fought at Davistown over the payment of five cents Gar nett received a severe pistol shot in the side To Correspondents Please dont fail to your name to every communication sent us VVe have been imposed upon by several times not knowing whether items were from proper parties Sign your name without fail and oolige Handsome Improvements- We are pleased to say to the public that our shop has just been papered and painted and we have one of the prettiest shaving emporiums in the state Years of experience sharp razors and polite attention enable us to please the most fastidious A call will convince you Henry Duncan the old barber tf B ys Take Warning In the circuit court yesterday Nix Parks was given two years in the pen itentiary for breaking insulators on a telephone line in this county This is probably the first conviction in the state under the new law to protect telephone and other lines Another boy named Tom Naylor was arrested at the time Parks was captured but he was allowed bail in the sum of 300 which he forfeited J t forty sign rebate YOUR with what we save on every bill you buy of us So make up your mind that you will buy your entire FALL and WINTER outfit of us and you will be surprised how much you have saved TheXogafl Dry Goods Lancaster jty WE CANT TELL 0 I FORTUNE I 0 t 0w itoI i 2 I I ii 0 it i drt 1 t Hf t o Q 0 0 0 o 0 0o 0o A 0o 0o ooO ii Co n Through sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route Buggies Surreys and Phaetons at cost for next thirty days at Conns It will pay you these spec ial sales at the Lancaster Grocery Co to the Grass Grocery The Bell telephone people are build ing a good line between here and Dan vile About twelve men are working on the job An interesting childrens service was held at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon Rev Mr Robinson is a great believer in childrens meetings and has done much good in starting the young ones in the right paths Books Now Beady The city tax books have been placed in my hands and 1 am ready to Pay them now as a pen alty will be added later S D Turner Seed By the 10th or 15th of this month we will have a car load of Western Red Wheat for sale We also have several varieties of home grown seed wheat II A B Marksbury Son The annual contest composed of representatives from the publicschools Garrard county will be held in October 25th under the man agement of Miss Amanda Anderson Two medals will be given one for the best boy and the other for the best girl speaker Ages from 11 to 17 tf Good meeting In Flemlugsbure The Flemingsburg Gazette says the protracted meeting at the Hilltop Christian Church in which Elder Car penter was assisted by Elder Holton Frank closed Sunday night with 26 additions to the church 20 confessions Great interest was shown by the crowds which were the largest ever at the church N Low Hate The L N will sell tickets to the Episcopal Church Convention which meets at San Francisco Cal Oct 2d from Lancaster at 5790 the going passage to begin on date of sale A number of stop overs are al lowed and an elegant trip can be had at exceedingly reasonable figures local agent for full particulars Dates of sale Sept 18 to 20 inclusive sep42t School Opens luonday The Graded Schools will open and indications are that the attendance will be larger than ever before THE RECORD is requested to urge upon patrons the necessity of sending pupils on the first day as it causes much confusion to have them straggling in after the classes are or ganized and in other ways delays the work Send the urchins early Mon day and then cut a beech limb and see that they go every day New manner ofChoosing Teachers State Superintendent McChesney is in favor of a radical change in the manner of choosing teachers for the common schools and will have a bill presented to the next Legislature his ideas Be is in favor ef a County Board of Education composed of one member from district and the County Superinten dent employ all the teach ers at the same time This he thinks would remedy the kinship evil so prevalent in some counties Liberal With Money The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is offering 56000 in Cash Premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total vote of Ohio The election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State and Legislators The new Legis lature will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator Foraker The Enquirer also offers 50 each week for the largest clubs of guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for obtaining money easy Backer Talks- I have not been in tha milling busi ness fur forty years for pastime fun or health but have kept thoroughly posted and up to date in the milling business and its improvements in ma chinery c When I learned thatMr Wm Ward had the Nordyke Mor of Indianapolis Ind to put in their latest improved swing sifter system of bolting machinery I knew he had struck the key note of success So that is why we are here After taking charge of the mill and making some necessary changes on the 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 be then we do not stop on our flour I found the corn meal rolls grinding entirely too coarse so we went to work and have now got them down to their knitting making nice clean pure fine meal Try it prove it and such you will find it to be Custom merchant day Spot cash paid for wheat and Burnam Rucker Blue taxes o- nt heat Contest L Seethe eachmagisterial who shall man flourwe I y 1 to watch successor receive Lancaster d round- trip Monday embodying Officers Peope and ever corn L X Services at Methodist church Sun day morning and evening Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route I am prepared to do all kinds of re pairing on wagons and plows also horse shoeing at W J Romans shop G W Ball Stout the tailor of Richmond Ky will be at Garrard 9th with a line of take meas ures for Ladies and Gents fins fall suitings T J Hatcher has moved his shoe shop to room over Sweeneys store The revival meeting conducted by Rev A R Moore at Hubble closed Sunday night after a great deal of good had been accomplished There were twenty additions to the church For Rent For the year 1902 Good brick of ten within half block of the Square street Lan caster Ky at once to aug294t J M Orand Do not think that if you come to see my Fall and Winter goods that you are under obligations to buy for you are not but come and post yourself about the styles jso you will what to buy do get J C HemphIll All kinj3 of machinery repaired at Conns Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons V The Ladles Aid Society meets with Mrs Victor Lear Saturday You get rebate repair work at W J tamps onfall cash Romans Teachers Association i The association will convene at Pleasant Grove church Saturday tember 14 An interesting program has been prepared several prominent speakers will take part dinner served and it promises to be a delightful day All are invited to come and bring then baskets Amanda Anderson President Coal Coal We are sole agents for the Cele brated Straight Creek Coal will take produce of any kind in Hay Corn and Oats On top of Straight Creek Coal contains from 20 to 40 cent more fuel and less ash than the coal you are now using Why pay for dirt and ashes when you can buy Straight Creek Coal For both steam and domestic purposes this coal is right at the top llcts per cars 12cts delivered this week II B NorthcottLancaster Ky Big Cattle Sale Leander Davidson sold to Julius Frank for the U S Dressed Beef Co of New York City thirtysix head of export cattle at 535 A C Robin son and son also sold to the same party seventyfive head at 5371 W S Beaz Bro sold to same party 179 head at 550 The same firm also bought 124 head of This is one of the largest deals made in central Kentucky for some time The animals were unusually large and fat and beauties Lancaster Boys Good Luck The South McAlister News prints a lengthy article telling of the good of Mr Frank S Yantis agent for the Katy railroad in that city Mn Yantis some months ago 2000 shares of the Cattlemens Oil Co stock at fifty cents each His friends thought it an unwise move but two weeks ago the company struck a heavy flow of natural gas and Satur day found two gushers on the land He has been offered as much as 20 a share for his stock THE RECORD congratulates Mr Yantis on his luck He is a son of W A Yantis and a grandson of the late Col Harvey Yantis of this county Through Conneetloas to Lexington Last Saturday the independent tel ephone company Lines completed connections to Lexington and the following important points Frankfort Nicholasville Versailles Georgetown Mt Stet ling Cynthiana Lawrenceburg High Bridge Wilmore Cedar Groy Jett Station Johnson Clay City Chilesbnrg Ford Owingsville Pine Grove Stamping Ground Paynes De pot Donerail Keene Union Mills North Middletown Valley View The lines are now working through Jellico Williamsburg Barbourville London Mt Vernon Livingston Cor bin Wildie Woodstock Bee Lick Stanford Richmond Som erset Montlcello Kirksville and other important points This com pany been the prime against the Bell monopoly in this seo and has been successful in keep the rates down Use the Bast in lines and you certain of firstclass at small cost 1 jjVifcSS i e Hot 1 Sept samples o room where he 11 be pleased to see his old friends an customers residence Appy Get Joted know bushelon and Alex Gibbsat537t purchased the Bastin Winchester mover are rooms Danville whenyou ready Sep vx exchange correspondingly ley fortune s Station Danville all has ion lug service r K k sxJ i 1 h 6 y 9pn Passepartout picture binding at Thompsons stock of heavy twilled crash at Josephs We have a large yrfhter buggy r cheap Romans Elmore I have employed an expert machine i it and am prepared to repair all kinds of engines machines etc J B Conn Romans Elmore are giving specia bargains in buggies surries phaetons road wagons and harness for thirty days The school tax for the year 1901 is now due Please call at once and E W Harris Col I havejjmoved my clothing samples and insurance office to Dr Kinnairds building on Danville street where I will be glad to wait on my customers Fine line of clothing samples fits guaranteed and prices to suit you tf J H Kinnaird Sale or Bank Stock Col Jesse Swope of Moiristown Ind sold to R L Salter of Boyle county three shares of stock in the Citizens National Bank of this city at 110 per share Meet at the Garrard The contestants are requested to meet in the parlors of the Garrard Hotel promptly at 745 tonight where they will be met by manager J H Patterson and chairman J R and conducted to the opera house Important The members of the ladies commit tee who have been looking after im provements at the Lancaster are requested to meet at the Ma sonic Hall next Monday afternoon at four oclock There are some matters of importance to be looked after and a full attendance is desired Promising Yonng MaR The Morning Herald has published an article written by young Henley V Bastin of this city in which he strongly criticises andscores James E Caldwell of Nashville President of the Cumberland Telephone Company an article which he published in the CourierJournal attacking the Independent telephone industry of the United States Bastin shows the Bell monopoly up in a scathing ner and cites cases where the system has triumphed over the Bell both in good service and er rates besvery I Notice settle Moved Meeting Cemetery on marIInde- pendent Handsome line t 8 Robinson tow We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler 3t Excursion rates to PanAmerican Expo x Queen Crescent Route Stout the tailor at jGarrard Hotel Monday Sept suitings The Bastin lines reach Lexington and every other city of importance in central Kentucky Romans Elmore are head quarters for buggies surreys phaetonsToacf wagons harness whips dusters win ter buggy robes and saddles 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 small Try it aug22tf About 140 acres of good farming land situated four miles northeast of Lancaster on Buckeye pike Will be sold on the premises September 13 It T L Please Make Allowances We ask the indulgence of our for lack of local news in this issue We returned from the Louisville to find job work piled shoulder high and every patron clamoring for his job to be done at once THE RE CORD has had the biggest run on job work during the past two weeks that it has enjoyed for some months We are turning it out in a jiffy however City Council At the meeting of the City Council Monday night the cocaine law was passed and ordered published This law prohibits the sale of cocaine only on the prescription of a physician The use of the drug in Lancaster has become so general among the colored population that it is almost impossi ble to employ help and the passage of this ordinance it is hoped will have the effect of reducing the use of the stuff An ordinance in regard to the sale of liquor on Sunday was passed Both are published in this issue of THE RECORD The law requiring all stores barber shops restaurants and fact all places of business on Sun day was defeated Mr J M Higgin botham tendered his resignation as a member of the board but no action was taken thereon A number of mi matters was disposed of and a few claims allowed More Local on page 3 9th our fall dress V Farm for Sale readers Conclave Thompson k See antis WE PLANT TUE SEED FOR TltE WIDE WIDE WORLD UNCLE SUI it pays in satisfaction and in dollars and cents to best SUIKKIOKCRAIX DRILLS iJliSELDEN J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors saf buy the 8 MIRtdMPIEMtTS Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Line of i Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward j Full The bell will ring on Monday and the young man should be well clothed for the fall campaign think like lots of other people that here is about the only place where they can get clothes to suit them SCHOOL SUITS from 150 to 500 All new FALL styles are made for school wear No matter how much you pay here you are bound to get your moneys worth Remember that we carry the largest line of SHOES of any house in central Kentucky We buy direct from the manufacturers and pay spot cash for same and when it comes to SCHOOL SHOES for Girls and Boys we can save you from 10 to 20 per cent on each and every pair Come in and we will prove to you that the above assertion is true H TLOGAN THE ONE PRICE CASH CLOTHIER and FURNISHER I FIXED FOR I I Y e S I I IIII I J I lookand I I I UO IS YOUR BOY S SCHOOL Pin absolutely lo CENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky jth PAINT LICK Mrs C Shumate has been quite sick There were six baptized here evening Mrs Jack Adams is on the sick list this week Born on the 2nd to the wife of G J Salter an 8f Ib girl John Bolton will move to Illinos soon He will have a sale on the 12th Reuben Kendreds little boy fell out of a peach tree and broke his arm Rev Shepherd preached his fare well sermon at Mt Tabor Sunday night Kirksville was alive with colored folks association drew the crowd Mr John Williams has a locust tree in bloom something unusual for time of the year Miss Bettie Francis commenced teaching the public school at New Hope had 53 scholars The protracted meeting that has been conducted by Rev Elliott Fairview closed Sunday with several additions to the church Miss Pearl Hackney of London Miss Joe Helen Maret of Bryantsville visited relatives here this Miss Fannie Henry of Lancaster the guest of Misses Sallie and Gallic Adams Happy Jack Miller of Stanford was in our town Saturday He looks as young as he did seventy five years ago Will Rucker went to Berry on the excursion Sunday to homefolks but when he got there he found out a young lady that they had moved to Lancaster lIe then concluded to put up at the Boyd hotel and stay over until Wm Adamsof Smith ville Mo and Tom Adams of Bryantsville were here this week to see their uncle Armp Adams who bas been in a critical condition for some time Big ginbotham and Sam Willowford have gone to Atlanta James Rucker and Finloy Davis two of our society young men went to Mallory Springs and tripped the light fantastic all day E W fort on business Monday KARKSBURY Mr W P Tuggle is quite sick with feverThaddie Aldridge sold to Henry Parks two lambs for 7 Rev B A Copass leaves this week to visit his father in Tennessee- A young lady friend tells us her buggy horse got to a load of old corn when found it had eaten 50 ears of good sound corn and did not seem to have enough The most remarkable thing was it was not hurt after such an enormous meal We presume some one will think this is a whopper bnt we can give them the ladys if they desire it Several from here attended the at Preachersville last week Little Miss Mattie Hughes of Danville has been with her aunt Mrs N H Bogie Ben Hughes and wife of Lancaster visjted their mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Misses Sallie and Lee Herring visited Miss Aggie Bourne at Bettis and preaching at Hubble last week Miss Annie T Cecil of City is spending several days with friends here Mrs A J Brewer and children returned to her home in Guthrie Saturday after a very pleas ant visit to her sister Mrs B pass Mr H D Aldridge is spending several days with Dr and Mrs J H Durham and attending the Barbour ville and Middlesboro fairs Mrs James Speaks has returned from sev eral weeks stay in Louisville Mrs Will Broaddus gave a dining to a num ber of friends last Friday Fortner Barnes sold a calf to James Anderson for 1450 W H Furr sold to J F Cook a load of corn for 3 at the crib Wm Caldiron sold to Fox Lawson one fat hog for 95 per htndred W H Furr sold to Fox 18 fat hogs that welgbed 3525 IDS fox S545 Miss Clemma Furr former corres pondent from this place is now in In diana very sick with typhoid fever QMrs G W Rogers is sick with typhoid a fever Mrs John Cottongin her daughter Emma and son visited last week atJas Coldirons Have you a sense of fullness in the region of your stomach after eating If so you will be benefitted byusing Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stomach They regulate the bowels too Price 25 Sold by B E McRoberts druggist lm If a husband and wife are unable to go away for the summer they can start aquarrel at home and have a little outing When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at I pt 1901 Sundaythe Mondayshe seethe through Monday T I Saturday Norris went toFrank address Association attended Junction A FLATWOODS Lawson i a They r lla si i r 0 f t T Sunday Friday thi a week- SI a SundayS C 45 c 45 cents d Mcftoberta4rgstofcS j b TEATEBSVILLE Mr Datson from Gilberts Creek is instructing a music class here There will be preaching at Buckeye Saturday night by Mr Rogers E B Ray purchased of Rcatber Ray two yearling mules for 12850 J M Walker sold to Alex Walker 25 hogs at Sic to be delivered tile first of this month Mrs Kinnaird Warner had to school for two days on account of sickness Reather Ray arid wife contemplate moving to the West in the early fu ture to locate Prof Secrest of has been here soliciting pupils for the college at that Mr Will Doolin has sold some ex tremely fine peaches at the low price of 50 cents per bushel The teachers of this magisterial dis trict have an association next Satur day at Pleasant Hill school house The teachers will take part also fur nish representatives from their schools The patrons and pupils of each school are cordially invited to be present Miss Maggie Sandidge is the guest of Miss Maggie Walsh at Pineville and will attend Middlesboro Miss Minnie Gulley is the guest other sister Mrs Potts in Richmond Mr and Mrs J P Long have been the guests at Nathan Bogies Mr Chas Barker and Harry Preston are the guests of friends here Les lie Green and bride have returned home from Richmond Mr and Mrs Wearen Dunn visited Miss Susie San didge Friday and Saturday On Wednesday the28thult at 1230 Mr Leslie Green and Miss Alice Gul Icy were united in the holy bonds o wedlock by Elder Mcldrum in a most beautiful and impressive ceremony Tile bride is a beautiful brunette and was stylish attired in a blue cloth dress with hat to match Mr Green is the only son of Mr and Mrs Hans Green and is a brilliant and promising young man and is to be congratulated on having won for himself so fine a la dy for a wife Immediately after the ceremony they were driven to the resr idence of the brides sister Potts in Richmond where an elegant supper was given in their honor A host friends wish them a long hap py and prosperous life STONE Mrs C W Mitchell has returned from Cynthiana Loyd Sanders bought of several ties soma hogs at 5c C F Thompson bougbt of Ed his farm of 29 acres at 1000 James Parks was in our locality re cently buying hogs which he paid 5ic Corn will make about half a crop hemp good fruit good Our protracted meeting commences Sunday at Scotts Mel drum will bold the meeting The colt show that was given by Mr Clay Fowler was well attended Mrs Father Gill took the blue ribbon on the best mare colt Mr L H took the blue on the best horse colt Most Lovely Thing OB Earth Sam Jones the inimitable whose quaintness of style is only equaled by the accuracy of bis definitions and de scriptions gave in a recent sermon the following beautiful which he so charmingly portrayed the most lovely thing on earth We do not re member to have seen anywhere a prettier picture than this 4 An angel was sent down from en one day to bring back the most beautiful thing on earth Be hunted long and carefully saw a bod of blown American Beauty roses lovely beyond compare and he gathered an armful and started to return to above As he soared into the air te saw a babys smile and filled with raptur ous admiration at the sight returned to take it too By its side he a mothers love and with all these in his arms he mounted to the place beyond theskies Just outside of the pearly gate the spirit paused for a moment and lo the roses were withered and dead and the babys smile had vanished but strong and faithful and serenely beautiful as ever mothers love re maiLed and he cast the others aside and took this and laid it at the feet of his Master as the most lovely thing on this earth A never failing cure for cuts burns scalds ulcers wounds and sores is De Witts Witch Hazel Salve A most soothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the gen nine Xm The woman who does washing by the day is willing to hang put almost B W Pursell Kintersville Pa says he suffered 25 years with and could obtain no relief until DeWilt Wich Hazel Salve effected a permanent Counterfeits are wprthless F PFrisbie lm The amateur pickpocket is always waiting for an opportunity to get his in Geo W ianePewamo Mich writes your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the best remedy for indigestion and stom trouble that I ever used For years I suffered from dyspepsia at times compelling me to stay in bed and causing me untold agony I am completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In recommending to friends who suffer from indigestion 1 always offer to pay tor it ifitfails Chusfar llhave overpaid IPP rislile I suspend fairs littleson Mrs o p Chandler goodtobacco ForkBro story in fu home and In P P Frisble pileS cure l 1iJ22I i I r e r r place- Olhi pa Folgt 4 hea hi discovered last ng 4- St SZLk MY OLD KENTUCKY MONK f Circumstance lTader ivblcli Stephen Fe ler CempOBcd the Famous SOHJf Federal Hill is situated only a mile east of Ky It was that one of the most touching and famous songs of the century was composed and sung Tills ucky Homo Has been in possession of the Rowan family for nearly Judge John Rowan once a Uni ted States Senator from Kentucky and during his day ono of the most fa mous jurist of the West resided here for years Ills son the lion John Rowan Jr who was a man of splen did intellect and who held highofllcial position during his lifetime lived until his death Since then his widow once a lady of great beauty and renowned popularity and who even in her old age retains much of these gifts has resided It was here that My Old Kentucky Home was composed and sung One beautiful morning while the darkies were at work in the corn fields and the sun shone with mighty splen dor upon the waving grain first giv ing it a color of light red then it to a golden hue there wasseat ed upon an old bench in front of this historic mansion two young brother and sister High up in a a mockingbird warbled its sweet notes Over in the hidden recesses of a small bush the thrushs mellow song could be heard A number of small darkies were playing near the not far away cabin door The air was refresh one of those May mornings when all nature seems so beautiful and the feelings of every one so com fortable The young man was of me dium size with a strong and pleasant face Beside him was seated a young wo man of great beauty Her hair hung over her shoulders in long golden tresses her form was unusually beau tiful When the brother had finished the first verse the fair girl took the paper from his hand and sang in a voiceThe spn shines bright in my old Kentucky summer the darkies are all gay The corn tops ripe anfl the meadows in While the birds are making roll on the little cabin floor at the door Then my old Kentucky home finishing the first verse the mock ing bird tp a lower bough The feathery songster drew his head to one side and appeared to be com pletely enraptured at the wonderful voice of the young singer When the last sweet note bad died away upon the air her fond brother who had just finished the chorus sang in a deep bass voice Weep no more my lady 0 weep no more torday Well sing you a for the old Ken tucky home For our old Kentucky home far away The darkies had laid down the hoe and rakes the little tots had placed themselves behind the large shelter ing trees while the old black women were peeping around the corner of the mansion The faithful old house dog that lay basking in the sun took his eye off of the young singers Everything was stljl not even the stirring of the leaves seemed to break the wonderful silence Again the arid sister took hold of tIn remaining notes and bpth sang in aweet accents another verse They hunt po more for the possum and the coon the meadow the bill and the shore They sing no more by the glimmer of the moon the bench by the old cabin door The days go by like a shadow oer the heart With where all was delight The time has come when the darkies have to part Then my old Kentucky home The thrush and mocking bird drew closer and closer to the singers as they continued The head must bow and the back will have to bend Wherever the darkles may go A few days more and trouble In the field where the sugar canes grow A few days more to tote the weary load No matter it will never be A few more days till we totter on the road Then my old Kentucky home As the singers finished tears flowed down the old darkies cheeks The very little children emerged from their hiding place with broad smiles upon faces The mocking bird and the thrash took wings to their homes while the old coop dog lay still bask ngin the sun at the feet of the beau tiful young maiden The young people were Stephen Hug Fpsjter and Both were residents of Pennsylva nia but upon this occasion had come o Kentucky upon the pressing invir tatiori of Judge Rowan to pay him an extended visit Foster was the com poser of many beautiful songs but one of them equaled My Old Ken and Bruises Quickly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scaldTor like ijfijjary will instantly allay the pain jwjlj heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is yery severe it will not leave a scar s- Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For t Oa jj I Bar1stown here Old n century here changing peoplea ingjust soft sweet dayThe brightBymgood- night rOn des cndep bIOther lIOn sOn sorrow light theIr ColtElizaFoster i r kYUo ne i M ijdi l t 1 c r t Ken treetop goodnight all- goodnight I cut fiaDEft Wanted 500 bushels shelled oats 100 barrels of corn 10000 pounds hay Mason Hamilton For Sale Black jack white points foaled 18 By Joe Blackburn JT McQuerry Hammock Ky tt Taken up as an Estray a black boar shoat weight about 90 pounds Came to my plac about Aug 8th tf W Hv Purr Flatwood Ky J WStode is delivering his crop of potatoes to Lexington merchants 75 cents per bushel Jessamine nail It is estimated that the Texas ton crop wilt be a million bales than last year The Lone Star State people seem to be turning their atten ton principally to oil Cyrus Wilson of Dunnville Adair county sold Drew Wilkinson 10 bar rels corn delivered in November at L25 per barrel but he will doubtless rgret it The Elizabethtown News says the crop of peaches on Muldraughs Hill is the largest since 1888 The farmers are hampered by inability to get a sufficient number of baskets- A careful canvass in Iowa has shown that the corn crop of that State will not fall below the to thirds of an average crop and that 55 per cent o the reporters state that it will be 40 bushels per acre The Elizabethtown News says that 3170 cattle costing 100000 will be fattened in that county this season 11 will require about OOQQ worth o feeds if they are made into 1200 pound steers sell for 3 CCQts a pound they will bring 190000 Notwithstanding the general com plaint Of a short crop Judge E C Million tells us that he has 60 acres that cereal at Newby this county that will make 15 barrels to the acre Mr Ashford Million of the same says his crop is the best thathe in 10 yearsRichmond Climax Farmers should never ship eggs un til they have first endeavored tqge better pripes for home If they would retail their eggs ant seek customers a large sum would be added to the receipts from poultry Fresh eggs are always saleable for family must at times have them Nothing should be grown in the or chard which will prevent the cultiva tion of the trees On steep hillsides clover is especially desirable to vent washing It should sown ifl strips running across the hillside be tween rows and the trees given clean eultivation until they are wen establishedThere those who still believe that swine should have a to wallow in and that they should be fed putrid swill from a swill barrel A place for a hog to take a bath is all right but a soon become very filthy and is a favorable place for germs of disease to generate hifle The surrounding soil becomes with the germs and soon there is disease on that farm and the farmer is at a loss to know its origin Fodder will be plenty and fairly cheap this fall There are thousands pf acres where tbe grain will be al inost a failure owing to the killing o the tassel at the time pollen have been ripened to fertilize the but the growth of fodder in such gases is greater than usual Farmers and feeders ought tp makeS a pont to use as much of the other grains and feeds as possible to help out the corn Wheat rye and will be fed a good deal this year During recent years a great deal has been written and said abopt the cross ing of different breeds of swine in or der to secure large litters better more bone early maturing bet ter bacon type etc In some Instan ces the cross of the breeds may prove advantageous but it must be done wisely else disappointment will often times follow spch a practice that with good pare and proper selection the above mentioned desira ble characteristics can be secured from any of our generally recognized breeds without the introduction of any for eign blood may some times prove useful but it is not a wise policy to make it a general practice Prof W S Kennedy hogs ought to be fed more swill It is a mistake to give them so much grain Corn alone does not properly fill and distend the grow ing digestive organs and leaves the young animal too much subject to worms In fact no corn should be to hogs without being soaked Ground corn put into swill Is still bet ter For young hogs ground corn oats or mixed in the swill make splendid With the swill the of pan be nicely regula so as to gjye the best results and ceep the animal Jp thrifty shape Plenty of wood ashes are helpful in keeping down worms Also a box of concentrated lye witha small opening put into theswill will help to keep the growing pigs ingood fix Farmers certainly ought to give more care to the careful grow ing of hogs Ex ManVi are now prescribng r Kodol DyspepsiaCure regularly having found that it is the best prescriptkn they can write because it is the ope reparation which contains the ele ments necessary to digest not only kinds of food but all kind and j o therefore cures indigestion and pepsia no matter wiat its cause F PFrisbie irn f f f d r I locality hashad them every pre e the mud hole mudbole nd contaminated kernels many t barley grazers 1 believe Crossbreeding Younggrowing fed with l rley 9 grain endand a S 3 mf u ala cotS f and t nearer fe ed none bard It dys Scandal Oloiigers In a recent sermon in St Louis Leon took some shots at men and women who babble The distinction between innocent gossip and malicious scandal is similar to that between humor and sarcasm In humor we laugh with the in sarcasm he laughs at us And it is impossible for one to talk much or continuously about others without becoming scandalous I sometimes liink that the animal origin of traceable in the human varieties Among men we recognize clearly the bear the fox the lion the snake the vulture There are those in every community snakelike in their writh ing sneaking prying and distribution of their venom The delight tering for the indiscretion of a or the first financial trembling man lIen indiscretion becomes vice ruin agony his financial becomes danger disaster down fall They are coarselv and correctly branded in our good AngloSaxon as backbiters They are vermin If they see a tidbit if they spy an infirm ity if they can smell out a scandal they roll the choice morsel under their tongue they revel in the miserable secret they gloat over it with their cronies they niss it they hint it they carry it as a delicacy to their fellow vermin and they all enjoy a grand cannibalistic feast over the dead or dying reputation of their helpless You can grapple with a foe you can catch a thief you can face an open enemy and exchange blow for blow But what can you do with a thief of character with an assassin of that stabs you in the dark with a tongue and poisons the weapon that inflicts the wound What avails dcr nial or defense what possible repara can be made Of course you know that It is not yqu that J am addressing It is your neighbor YOU hope she will lay heart It is quite impressive this innocence of the scandal monger and let me add the attitude of those that listen to such inuendoes The receiv er Is worse than the thief The au dience encourages the chief There would be few scavengers of carrion in a community if there were none to enjoy the tidbit fished out of the gutter Ap old authority said wisely regarding thieve worthies to quote again that both the slanderer and the listener should be hung up the one by the tongue the other by the ear I fear that If this penalty were enforced there would be a great many mutilated tongues and lacera ted ears In ancient Winchester lies the re cumbenc statue of o woman from whose mouth Is growing a ruse be cause sp rims the beautiful story from her lips came never a word of malice toward any human being And BO the rose of silence hecame the rose of beauty and honor and the frag rance of her virtues lives in craver stone The quality of mercy shines therein the sacredness of silence the divineness of human charity living when the heart is dustspeaking when the lips are frozen immortal as the god of love the Lord of life It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shan you do Go to a warmer and more regular Yes if possible if not possblp for you then In either case take the only remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles iBoschees German Syrup It nqt pnjy heals and stimulates the tissues tp destroy the germ disease bpt allays incarnation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures tho patient Try one bottle many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize Alma nac at Stormes Drug store Replies are not always answers Dont wait until yoq becom3 chroni cally constipated but take DeWitts Little Early now and then They will keep your liver and bowels in good order Easy to take Safe pills FPFrisbie luj Charity and bookbinders cover a multitude of faults Henry Braydon Harris N C says J took medicine 20 years for asthma but ono bottle or Que Minute Cough Cure did me mbrefgood than anything else during that time Best Cure did me more good than anything else during that time Best Cougn Cure lm Teeth are like irreg ular and defective Norris Silver North Stratford N H 1 purchased a bottle of One Min ute Cough Cure when suffering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle relieved me the second and third almost cured TodayI well man lm Deliberate long before doing what it impossible to undo Cured ofChronlp Dlnrrhoea 4tprThIry of Suffering Jsnffered for thirty years with diar rhoea and thought I was past being cured says John S Halloway of French ramp Miss I bad spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes ofrecovery I was so feeble from the effects the diar that I could do no kind o f labor could not even travel but by accident J was permitted to find bottle ofChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhpea Remedy and tak Jng several bottles J am entirely cijrcd that trouble I am so pjeased the result that Iam anxious thatitbe in reach of all who surer as I have Jv For sale by iB E McBoberts drugjgsJL Rabbi humorist in woman ot- a trembling victim reputation it- t performer t II climate Risers F P Frisbie verbsregular am- a F P Friable o f I I r th jtt i jr mans gut ion iDoes Recommended 4 Year f wltji 5 Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments anil Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGKlRE ORGANIZED 1833 NATIONAL BANK OFLJLHOABTEHJT Capital Surplus Fund 95OOOO lOOOt BUSINESS SOLICITED PromptAttention Gaarmmtoeti J M HieaiNBOTHAM Pretiden LBWIB Y LIAVKLL B F HODSOIT W O BI8NXT OD WJLUUB Aaalatant Bootteepei DIRKCTOSS- JMHlQeiHBOTHAM LXTTI8 Y L AYIi T M ABHOLD B F HUDSON Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly- at Low Prices For further information qall on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co and the Continental Tire Insurance C- oG B SwlnebroadAgfy INSURANCE RepreseEfliMoraiCoipanies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American riienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile NATIONAL BANK eeo J 10 00000 LANCASTER KT AKDIHMT President JMO B BTOBxxa Vice President B C DKMHY Cashier J F ROBINSOW J K T Aut Caihr XBK- TBookkeepei DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny John E Stonnes S BEAZJLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office In LieJOHN T JOHNSTON CIVIL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVKYOB All business to WKcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorney at Law LANCASTER Y 1 Cash KINNAIRD If Aetna Life Ins Co gf HartfordConn THE CAPITAL t O J SURPLUS 58 1 e A C Robinson W H KlnDa1r W prompt11at ended p J I I I Careful and I S SVAL1 R1 I493 frLhLLLLLLY 4U LOW RATESTO LOUISVILLEACCOUNT KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE VIA Queen Crescent Route Aug 27th30th Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Sept for one day only at the New Mason Hotel and will fit glasses to the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the Xew Mason Hotel 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 in after life If the eyes of a child need glasses the doctor can deter mine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes and any ageA good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfectly is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a in to 5 G B SWINEBROAD ATToRNEy AT LAW Lancaster Ky ODlce over Thompsons store Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth shat have been made at my ollice if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new setFREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in 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 tills in the world at Tocts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the ITobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Bichmond National Bank RICHMOND KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Natura in strengthening and or gans i3 the latest tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headachfe GastralgiaCrampsand all otherresults ofimperfect BnaUsl alledJre Prt r l by E C MWITT A CO C aa 20211901 4 adjusted Kodol mecoatalM Book all pin reconstructing Pz1ce5oeandsi tIme LOCAL TOCE TABLES Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11U5AK Northbnd Mixed Northbnd Pasagr 2 2 AI 335 r X S uthbud II U 1228 A 4 CHESAPEAKE A aalOBIO Time Inepet Julrlst9w1J STATIONS LvLoalsTille 830am 600pm Lexington 1120am 8 12am Winchester 1157am 918pm 850araC3eu MtSterllns 1225 nn 943pm 25am 705p 650am 340pm Philadelphia 1015 am 705pm New Ii40nn OtTITID STATIONS LvNewYork 8 00am 500pm PPhiladelphia 10 30am I K Winchester 7 S7 Lexington 8 5 U eteml State ij2Tf Through Traias run to and from York For ear o write or takpb M 6XOWJABKXY rI EAS O m 9 pm 2 11 4 lOpa 212pa 4 451 7 i D daily UX K1 4 A A A ibpm 7 12am 5 Seam 622a Newuy Other irains run 8hy o Where tile Home G Ia I PEOPLE bOrOro Have Visited 0 0 OrOO tSd Mr Hackney of London is with his sister Mrs R G Ward Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained a few friends Friday evening Miss Polly Smith of Lexington is the guest of Misses Thompson Miss Alice Walker entertained last evening in honor of a few friends C B Engleman proprietor of the Paint Lick hotel was here Tuesday Nuholasville Journal Mrs Nannie Colsort visited in Lancaster this week Mr and Mrs Wm Brown of Chica go with Judge Eph Brown and wife Little Mr Duncan of Nicholasville is visiting his sister Mrs Sam Has eldenMiss Florence Darnell of Maysville is visiting her friend Miss Florence Harris Miss Lizzie Brown returned Monday from two weeks visit to relatives in IndianapolisMiss Sacray of Stanford vis ited her sister Mrs Merritt during the past week Misses Kate Walker and Gena Dun lap of Lexington are the guests of Mrs R A Burnside and family Mr J W Miller and wife and Mrs George Lusk will leave Sunday for the PanAmerican Exposition Mr Ware McRoberts has returned home after a delightful visit to La Grange and Hopkrnsville Miss Button of LaGrange is visit ing Miss Alice Walker who in her honor Thursday eve ningJudge J C Hemphill and daughter Miss Theo and Miss Carrie Curry leave Sunday the PanAmerican Exposition Miss Lilly Noel is in the cities buy Ing fall millinery goods During her absence Miss Katie Simpson has charge of the store Miss Bettie Spark who has been spending a few davs with her sister Mrs Robinson has returned to her home in Bryantsville Misses Julia Mae and of Danville and their charming guest Miss Underwood of Chicago were in this city Sunday Misses Mary and Willie Traynor of and Bessie Coyle of Rich through this city en route Saturday Rumor says there will be a surprise wedding in the Marksbury next week The bride is a blonde and the groom a brunette of the rich est type Mrs Margaret Gill Misses Mary Martha Helen Louis Gill and Walter Hudson have returned from a delight visit to the Exposi tion Canada Chicago and other citiesDanville News Judge Henry T Noel who has been living in Middles borough and Knoxville for a number of years is in town visiting his sisters and looking around for a farm Mr Noel has been quite successful in ventures in late years and says he now wants to come and live in the country of his birth Lexington R M Barr of Lancaster passed through Lexington yesterday en route to New Albany Ind where she will visit friends Misses Mary Smiley of this city Genie Bush of St Louis Martha Thompson of Lancaster Messrs Wharton of Keene Rhhard Arm strong of Alexander La and Dr Gran of New York City form a house party at the home of Miss 1 ar entertained NannieGaines visitors L mond fun Pan American DemocratMrs Wallace r s 1 I I I I I 1 I 4p I for i lyt I eat neighborhood i mining 1 t merry Nelle Bourne in Garrard county Miss Florence Burnside is visiting Miss Christine Bradley C I Ogg the veteran photographer was here last week for a day Mr Jesse Swope ofMorristownjnd is the guest of Lancaster friends Miss Annie Sullivan of Danville is the guest of Miss Agnes Donahue Miss Annie Royston is in Louisville the guest of Mr and Mrs Gray Miss Kate Denton has returned from a delightful visit to Lexington Mrs Emma Kauffman and Mr Jesse Sweeney were visitors in Stanford Saturday Shelby Tribble of THE RECORD of flee visited his mother in Richmond SundayMiss Beazley of Crab Orch ard is the charming guest of Miss Katie Simpson Miss Lillie V West will leave next week for Nicholasville to enter Jessa mine Institute Mr and Mrs C F Denman ofNicho lasville have been visiting the family of Mr Alex West Mrs Belle Burnside and daughter Miss Willie Belle visited in Garrard last week Mr A S Price of Stanford is several weeks with his mother Mrs Harriett Price Miss Nellie Pierce of Cincinnati has returned home after a pleasant visit to3Iiss Nell Dillon Mrs Jno West and daughter Lida of Sulphur Well have been visiting the family of Mr Alex West The condition of Col A J Rice con tinues about the same His many friends are very much alarmed Miss Maud Moore and Mr Herbert Moore of Danville are expected this week to visit Miss Sallie Lou Myers Miss Virginia Goodloe and her guest Miss Pearl Conner of Bardstown have been spending a week atCrab Orchard Springs Miss Angie Kinnaird returned Sat urday from a delightful trip to the PanAmerican Exposition Canada Chicago and other cities Mrs Nannie Arnold who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Samuel Johnson Richmond avenue returned to her home in Richmond Sunday Miss Christine Bradley gave an ele gant tea Saturday evening in honor of Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick and Miss Gena Bush of St Louis Margaret returned from Lake Chautauqua and Buffalo Exposition She will visit friends for a few days and go to Georgetown to resume her duties in the college Mrs Clara Robinson who has been visiting friends in Lancaster left for a few days stay at Mr C A Robinsons before returning to her home in Gainesville Texas Her legion of Kentucky friends have enjoyed her visit very much Mr J H Bettis and wife of Orange Texas are guests of relatives in this city Mr Bettis was a resident here thirty years ago He attended the Conclave in Louisville and paid the editor of TnEllECOiiDa pleasant call at our headquarters in that city Mr Bettis is a gentleman well posted on matters of public interest Like all Garrardites he is glad to be back on his native soil Mr A Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City is the guest of his parents Mr D M Lackey and wife Mr Lackey is one of the many Lancaster boys who tackled the world early in life and is now in good circumstances He has many friends here who are always glad to see him He is in fine health and as entertaining as ever It was the editors pleasure to spend some time in s r i J P spending Miss Hackleyhas yesterday How Mr Hunter Dove shooting is here We have the celebrated Winchester Blue Rival Shell loaded with Du pont Nitro Powder which we will sell as long as they last for 50 cts a box You will do well to your supply 4n advance 35 yoy cannot et these aynwhere else at that long price Drug Store v I I I t 1 f Fri ies I U engage Shells tf t j r I- 1f t 5 his company at the Conclave Paul Miller has returned from a to Louisville relatives Hugh Donahue leaves this week for Gethsemane College Nelson county Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been visiting Miss Frankye Doty Miss Bessie Moore of Danville is the handsome guest of Miss Sallie Lou Myers Miss Bessie Marksbury gave a luncheon Tuesday evening to a few friends s Willie Fox Logan is spending the week with John Alasky Kockcastle Springs Rev Sam Robinson of Ripley Va spent last week with his brother Rev L Robinson Miss Dohahue and handsome visitor of Louisville spent last week in Danville Miss Bettie Parks of Bryantsville is visiting her sister Mrs Leonidas Robinson Stanford avenue Miss Mary Nbelwno has been in and around iville has re turned to her home in to the her many friends and Miss Mary Noel and Ed Dunn of Danville Allen Hiatt of Winchester West and Gertrude Noel were the pleasant visitors of Mrs J M Hiatt Sunday We acknowledge receipt of a bundle of papers from Mr Wm O Dunlap who is now stationed at Fort Egbert Alaska An account of the celebra tion of Washingtons birthday and Mr Dunlaps name appears several times as taking part He is also complimented upon arranging some beautiful and appropriate Mr Dunlap enlisted and fought in the famous 7th cavalry San Juan hill After the Spanish war he enlisted again and was sent to Alaska Will is wholesouled fellow and has many warm friends here in his old home In a general writeup of former of the executive mansion at Frankfort the correspondent has the following The mansion was the scene of more gaiety during the Bradley than ithad been for many years Gov Bradley entered the mansion when his little daughter Christine was in school She made her debut before the close of her fathers and from that time until Gov Bradley left the mansion upon Gov Taylors inauguration it was the rendezvous of the society people of Frankfort and the Bluegrass Miss Christine Bradley was born a hostess and presided over the mansion with all the grace and dignity that should belong to the Governors daughter and with a graciousness of manner that won the hearts of all her guests It has frequently been said that when Miss Bradley gave a ball each guest present was made to feel that he or she was a welcome guest but that the entertainment would not have been oonsidered a success by the charming little hostess if he or she had not accepted the invitation Mrs Bradley was delicate and cared little for society The duties of dispensing hospitality fell almost entirely upon the shoulders of Miss Bradley and she was hardly off the honors in a highly manner Gov Bradley was a great entertainer and was immensely socially Crab Orchard Springs It was the writers good fortune to spend a day so last week at the above named lovely resort As has been stated in THE RECORD the place is now under a new management Mr J B Willis formerly of Richmond having taken charge this season Much money was spent this summer in improveing the buildings and grounds and it is now in fairly good shape and if the owners will continue in this direction and do all the work needed they will find it will redound to their interests ten fold The peo ple had been misled for several years a into believing that the place had been put in proper shape and when they were informed last spring that the fare would be firstclass they believed it would be the old cry of wolf and many remained away Now that it has been Dproyen that the table and other appointments are all right during this season there was an of two hundred people there every day A little more work by the carpenter and painter will put the 2 place in thorough repair and under Mr Willis able management will attract the crowds that flocked there in days of yore gratify ing indeed to know that the place is now in the hands of people who are thoroughly posted in the management of hotels and who look after the wel tare of guests sparing no pains to make each guest enjoy himself to the fullest extent Mrs Willis who thor oughly understands thee art looks per sonally utter the preparation meals and that the rooms are kept in proper shape The Keely Institute has been doing alarge business this summer and how that firstclass be obtained it is expected more will there this winter for treatment This is one of the greatest institutiQns in the country and is accomplishing much good Dr E G Dick the phy sician in charge is thoroughly posted in the work vBeside being a physician of great ability who takes great interest welfare of alter welfare and advancement He expects a number this winter as the them wiUbe eTery particular r f I I 1 vis- It Miss Steele vIsit- ing of admirers Bettie is giV- en decorations t administration administration notonly although grownshe carried creditable popular or soon Iris go els gent r H 4 x ii hj f Agnes Danville reglet occupants average the of thee fees award can that many In the hlspatients looks personally their accommodations t r- T pi N ADDITIONAL LOCAL Fall and Wiater The undersignod will occupy an over the Police court 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 Over 1000 samples will be on hand J B Jennings tf M D Hughes Cincinnati Fan Festival One fare for round trip to Cincinna Sept 28th A rate of one and third fare will be made good going Sept 16thto28th inclusive final hit it Sept 30th This is a splendid chance to visit the Queen City big Festival and take in the many attractions there Ask the local agent G M Patterson for full particulars sep43t A Warning We want to call the attention of the parties who have been depositin trash and filth in the Moss quary on Buckeye pike to the fact that we to prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law if the nuisance is not stopped The place is very to people who have to pass there and the next party caught throwing filth there will be taken before the court Myes Arch Kavanaugh aug292t Backed by the people Some Idea or What It Was The following figures will give you an idea of what a big thing the Con clave was Daily average No visitors 75000 No visitors day of parade 125000 No people who saw parade 300000 People at hotels 20000 500CO Knights in line 12500 Bands 80 Length of parade nine miles Time passing one point 4 hours No commanderies present 108 Amount paid for decorations 50000 Cost regalia of Knights 3000000 Sid Darling 1012 Howard St Port Huron Mich writes I have many pills and laxatives but DeWitts Little Early Risers are far the best pills I have ever used They never gripe 1m Germans think Uncle Sam wants South America and part of Afiica A drunken man jumped from a 3rd story window and escaped injury The miners in the Coal Creek and Jellico districts were ordered to strike Monday because of failure to agree on the wage scale Will Sinkhorn an L N had his head severed while cars atMiddlesboro In Rockcastle county George shot and killed Wm Mullins making two tragedies of the kind in that county in two days The Court of Appeals will convene September 16 for the next term with nearly 1000 cases on the docket The Navy Department has made public a letter in which Admiral How ison denies the authority of theauti Schley interview Col Haagars resignation as Chief of Police became effective Monday and Major Sebastian Gunther was acting Chief The is said to be thoroughly demor alized as the result of the retirement of Chief Haager Chamberlains Cough Kemedy a Great Favorite The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as it always afflords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to baby as to an adult Fur sale McRoberts druggist DISSOLUTION SALE 1901 at the home of O Mulr ou the Union Mills two miles from Nicholasville on I the above date at 10 a m will be offered at stock ewes 8 Southdown bucks IS 1000 Ib feeding cattle cows 2 mUch in fullsow of milk with their calves 2 yearling steers 1 good combined mare 1 work yearling colts 1 brood more by Wilkes dam of Exploit 0 bred to Warlock pair of mare pair of4 year mart TERMS All hogs cash other stock on three Nicholasville HCMUIKi BRO I GW LYNE Anctr Union Mills Ky CITY ORDINANCE Be by the City Council of the City of Lancaster Ky Sec 1 That it shall be unlawful for anyone to sell barter or loan directly or indirectly in this city any beverage liquid mixture or decoction of any kind which produces or causes intoxication Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined not less than twenty nor more than Onehundred dol lars for each offense B Kinnaird Mayor W H Wherritt C C L Queen Crescent Time Card rABBXS DANVILU NORTH B09HB Number 6 i ip Kmiibcr 4 Daily Not BtopSM a SOOTH JK DH itmMuttorSKutbwr 9 Dally except 8aB4T 7 fiBji d f E- I office superior Septtone seethe propose offensive Ike N trie F P Frisbie e byR- E Muir Bro Thursday September propertyFive 215 good 2 hempbrakes negotiable itordained dollars n lf Dar Ji 1IIn ho 1 U Suits 11 Boardinghouses a switchman coupling Durham appointed department f H C 19 cows r year Does Xtraber9 atone 411 pan ulitBn4 sc Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard ofAppendicitisNer vous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Drugstore Ferdlng and Care of Mule To make a lot of mules for market early in life and worth from 140 to 160 each as twoyearolds they should be foaled from large mares early in spring about April or May They should run with with the dam until October 1st when they should be weaned and put in a shed with plenty of light and air and fed with a few shelled oats and plenty of sappy sub stance such as sorghum run through a cutting box with clover or timothy hay Do notfeed too much corn as it fevers the legs and produces scratches The next summer they should have access to the grazing pasture with a little corn each day until cold when they should be brought back to the farm and fed anything they will eat until September 1st They should then be sixteen hands high fat and ready for the market feeding care should at all times be exercised to keep the system cool with green stuff and to keep out scratches which is the greatest enemy of the mule I find a good cure is as follows Take equal parts bluestone white vitriol and verdigris grind together with an equal part of soft soap mix with warm water until about as thin as paste apply with a swab on theend of a stick about three times a week Kentucky Cor of Cotton Planters Journal CITY ORDINANCE Be it ordained by the City of the City ol Lancaster Ky Sec 1 That it shall be unlawful for any Pharmacist or Druggist to sell Cocaine or Morphine except on a pres orIzed to practice medicine which prescription shall state the date there of the quantity thereof the quantity prescribed and the name of person to whom prescribed but no physician shall make or sign any such unless Cocaine or Morphine is required as a medicine and any physician who makes or signs prescription for Cocaine or Morphine except as provided in this section shall be tined not less than dollars nor more than onehundred dollars Sec 2 Any druggist or pharmacist one of this ordinance shall be tined not less than nor more than onehundred dol tars for each offense Sec 3 It shall be the duty of every druggist or pharmacist to keep an ac curate register in a book kept for the special purpose of every sale of or cocaine made by him his clerks or employees which shall show as to each sale the date thequantity to whom made and upon whose prescription which prescription shall be preserved by said druggist or for twelve months and only inspection at all reasonable times by the City Attorney druggist or pharmacist who shall fail to comply with any requirement of this section shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars Sec 4 Except as is provided in this ordinance and also in article 2 of Chapter 85 of the Kentucky Statutes of 1899 it shall be unlawful for any person who is not a registered pharmacist within the meaning of the aforesaid Article 2 of Ken tucky Statutes to vend at retail or any drug medi cinechemical poison or preparation for medical use or compound and dispense physicians pre provisions of this section of this shall be fined not less than R Kinnaird Mayor W H Wherritt C C L If teeth have ached or are getting loose it will see Dr Hobson Richmond at Garrard Hotel every second Monday before you some rant person pull them out Round Trip Via The r civilized Biliousness weather When prescription absolutely an fifty dollars morphine pharmacist prescription I person violating the ordinance fiftydollars 860 i Storm regular i pharmaceutical es v QUEEN CRESCENT I ROUTE I 1 FROM DANVILLE T O CLEVELAND Account G A R SEPTEMBER 10 14 J90l Cincinnati G P A Teeth extracted without The m gold work Dr Richmond JCyt at WJ WO BINEAuo f to J c- pan Dentt d Adr j S Encampment- S t p uuirny qIM r n Hotel eve aeco 4- K x i YOU SAVE 25 per cent BY BUYING SECONDHAND SCHDDL BDDKS AT MCROBERTS 5 DRUG STORE Madison Institute RICHMOND KY A HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS X W McGarvey Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers were educated at the leading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant records as instructors everyone a specialist in her department Music depart meet exceptionally strong Good table Location beautiful and health ful only one serious case ofsickness in 12 years No fussy teachers employed Frequent illustrated lectures by the principal on his re cent travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Send for catalogue isep THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 25000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 00 A ddress all correspondence to Home Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKY terms to firstclass agents Important Notice As semiannual settling time is at hand it is necessary that I collect all accounts owing me to pay my own bills I MUST HAVE ALL DUE ME This notice is meant for ALL indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and of calling in person Sallie D Tillett The Time For 1 TORNADOES i Has Arrived j- E Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS j Have your property insured against 2 loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind 3 s storms It costs but little 3 R KINNAIRD 1II- UttiUJiUttJIUiUIUtt DRS NEWMAN DASSLER Eye and Ear Specialists Home office Columbus Neb 5 I S s 1Good rn I I IJ expense 8 smnrnrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 E t d tt Q o iii El Eu rr r a 1 Dr Newman the wellknown European Eye Specialist is a graduate of the best schools of America and also took atwo years course in His wonderful system of correcting error of sight has given hundreds better vis ton and many from blindness Dr Dassler the celebrated Eye and Ear Specialist has for the past 12 years made a specialty of Eye and and successfully treats all of the Eye Ear The doctors fit to correct all defects of vision cure and relieve headache indigestion and Cross eyes of children straightened without the knife Satisfaction guaranteed All consultation and examination tree The doctors will be Garrard Hotel Lancaster Thursday Sep 5 One day only diseases Ate 104LanceLde NO I AM meetings Second and Fourth of id ImisXandram Secretary Paste t tated Tuesday iiightsMewbers islet fraterntlflInvited- R Inights of Fytilas Garrard lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias ICasoaic AU iting Knights are fraternally J WSWEENEY C 0 G B SWINKBROAD KR S Fridaymeets every in lull vise invited I r412PQAt DHD HOW TO LAY TILE New York Farmer Explain Hoir to Uralu a Strip from Two to Four Rod Vide First see that you have a good out let for the water second diga narrow ditch along the center of the wet strip deep enough to drain the land say three to four feet according to the na ture of the soil If it is liable to settle down much after the water is drawn off it should be deeper than it would otherwise Trim the bottom of the ditch carefully to a true grade A Vet LAYING A TiLE DKA1N string stretched over the center of the ditch is a very efficient help in getting both line and grade The line of the tile should be as straight as the circumstances will permit and the tile laid to a true grade which may be ascertained by measur ing down from string A sag in the tile is sure to be filled with silt sooner or later destroying its usefulness I would not use smaller than four inch tile If there are springs they must be provided for When the bot tom of the ditch is very truly and care fully brought to grade the tile laid end to end along the bottom the joints covered with an inverted sod to keep loose dirt out and the ditch filled up Rural Xew Yorker DESTROYING CLODS It Hard Job But Perseverance d Good Common Senne Ac comiiliMb Wonder If you have a piece of hard land to break which is so baked as to come up in clods we would suggest that you run over it with a disk or cutaway harrow ahead of plows and break with very small scooters says a southern farmer Do not try to turn such land If you still have clods do not wait for them to harden but run a heavy roller or drag over and follow with somt pulverizing harrow the same day An hour or so will do this for each days plowing Thus you will pulver ize most of them quite easily Run roller ahead of harrow so as to crush as many as possible and fasten the others so that they cannot dodge the harrows It will pay to take time to do this your crop can be cultivated so much cheaper afterwards and the yield will much greater Every time you go over with harrow and crushers you will increase the yield We selected one acre in a 20acre field average spot and plowed and harrowed this acre 14 times right along before we quit IVe then planted and cultivated this acre just as we did the rest of the field running the rows right along through it The yield was much more than double any other acre This has con tinued to be true for five years in all kinds of crops All through the grow ing season this acre can be distin guished as far as you can see the field All crops grow off quicker and yield heavier Culture is manure is true But after all the old proverbs an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure holds good here also If the hard pan is broken up and the water permitted to go on down so as not to saturate the soil and remain in it too long the baking will be prevented If the baking or running together is prevented the clods will not form This is as true of bottom laud as of upland Stop the soaking and you wilt prevent the clodding One other point is worth considering here Do not burn any vegetable matter in your farm Plow it into the soiL This will enrich the soil and the baking and clod ding the I beso crop pr vent maybe ofJthe once LIFE IN THE COUNTRY Urn AdvantaeeN Moral and Pecuniary Are Not Appreciated by Un skilled City Laborers The Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette comments with rare good sense upon this subject After calling attention the scarcity of farm laborers it says is a subject for regret not only upon the ground interests are hurt but it is distinctly unfortunate fur a large class of skilled workmen in the various cities that the idvantages and opportunities of farm work are not more generally sought York of all classes in the cities is in the main by specialists This is growing to be the case more and more each year in every depart ment of professional and mechanical labor In the cities only the people with wellacquired trade or profession stand a chance in the competitions of life Yet there is in every city a vast number of men who are earning a precarious living by the hardest sort of menial labor rheir families are compelled to live in narrow squalid streets and tneir children are being reared in an at mosphere that tends to produce moral depravity In the agricultural there are places for these peo Pie which compared with their conditions are positive Edens They would have to toil hut it is toil under conditions of health and moral cleanliness that compensate a thou sand times over for the exertion The next question naturally is why do these laborers nut make a change that would be so beneficial to them Hid their families There are several reasons First they do not realize these advantages The country wages look low to them The city papers do not educate them as to the real advan of eoiintrylife on the contrary they are apt to poke fun at everything from the country and to magnify the citys advantages Then city laborers are like all other classes of people they prefer to drift along rather than change always hoping for something to turn up that will land them a steady job at good wages Rut prob ably the greatest hindrance of all is the gregarious tendency of humanity They prefer the city where society of some kind is always to be found to the isolation of tIme farm There seems to be no cure for this While a good many city people have turned to the pountry of late years the laborers have not formed a large proportion of them National Stockman NEWSPAPER MANS MISTAKE He Sent Vice Prenldent Card to a Senator Inxtead of HI Own A Baltimore newspaper man once came over to Washington to do some of public men says a Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia North American It was when Garret A Hobart was vice presi dent and he called upon that distin guished Xew Jerseyan first Then with fear and trembling he went to the residence of a senator who was noted for frigidity toward representa Lives of the press lIe sent up his card and expected to be sent a curt refusal to be seen What was his astonish ment when the lackey came down stairs bowed profoundly and said that Senator SoandSo would be down in just a minute and would he be so good as to make himself at home meanwhile In less than that time the statesman came down the staircase at a pace that made the reporter fear for the safety of his limbs Ah Mr Hobart delighted to see you he said as he entered with his hand outstretched and before his eyes had become accustomed to the dark ned parlor Then of a sudden he drew himself up stiffly fumbled in his waistcoat pulled out the card that had been sent to him and demanded What do you mean by this imposi tion sir Like lightning it flashed the newspaper man what had He had while in the vice room inadvertently picked of Mr Hobarts cards and had used it by mistake for one of his His apologies were ample but the senator could not be induced to for a mere scribbler t hIt that agricultus al olm rcial doing districts present Hobat Ion happened presidents OWl slippery performed ages pone I is a subject of wonder and wornment to the Happy and easy will beM some kind friend marvels of relief to bobtained by the use of tathr 9There is nothing in the world like this simple It relaxes all and distensions soothing headaches and nerv ousaess as well as sickness THE FIRaTORB ext IIIeIt IIaaa t rId MmIr kec WMWMMWM t k I = I r ii a t METHOD IN KILLING How to Shoot a Horse or Dog and Dlapone of a Cat In the Least Painful Way The Illinois Humane society is dis tributing circulars containing for the quickest and least method in killing animals The instructions state that for shooting a horse the revolver should be held within a few inches of the head the aim being toward the center of the head midway between the eyes jl j painful instructions HUMANE WAY OF KILLING and ears in other words exactly in the middle of the forehead When a hammer or ax is employed the horse should be blindfolded Two vigorous welldirected blows just be low the foretop will make death cer tain In shooting a dog the pistol should b Jield near the head the aim being a little to one side of the center of the top of the skull The shot should be fired downward so that the bullet shall go through the brain into or to ward the neck After much consultation with veter inary surgeons and experts the so ciety decides that there is no more merciful way of killing cats than to put with a longhandled spoon about half a teaspoonful of pure cyanide of potassium on the cats tongue BIRDS HELP FARMERS They Prey on Mice Insect and Other Varieties of Vermin Which Destroy Crops The bulletins on birds and mam mals published by the biological sur vey of Washington correct widely prevalent errors as to the economic status of species that affect interests and demonstrate the inefficiency and wastefulness of laws under which millions of dol lars have been expended by the states and territories without accomplishing the object for which they were intended Birds are the farmers most val uable aids in his lifelong battle with the insects that prey on his crops How important therefore that he should not destroy them that do him the greatest service In the case of hawks and owls the division has shown by the examination of tile stomach contents of about 3000 of these universally hated and perse cuted birds that only six out of the 73 kinds inhabiting the United States are injurious and three of these are so rare they need hardly be consid ered leaving only three to be taken Into account as enemies of agricul ture The others prey upon mice insects and other vermin and rank among the farmers best friends Since the establishment in 1885 the division has examined the stomach contents of nearly 15000 birds be longing to 200 species and subspe cies and has published information on the food habits of 140 kinds main ly hawks owls crows jays sparrows thrushes fly catch ers swallows wrens shrikes wood peckers horned larks and cedar birds Ainslees Magazine MUST CARE FOR THEIR OWN Parents in the State of Ohio Are Held RespoiiNible for Their Chit drens Support The Ohio legislature at its last ses sion passed a law attaching a penalty of a term in the penitentiary for par ents who refuse to support their The first conviction under this law is reported from Columbus It appears that a miner named was making good wages but he oould not be induced by the authorities to support his only child Some mouths ago separated from his wife and he made a fight for the possession of the child and was successful As he was not prepared to properly provide for the child it was taken to time chil drens home to be cared for When the child was left there It was the understanding that he was to pay a certain stipend for the services He failed to comply with his contract and all the urging of the county no effect in inducing him to let loose of his purse strings to pay for the necessaries of life for his child After a large number of admonitions he was arrested and the court him to serve one year In April 1690 the general assembly passed a law attaching workhouse sentence for cases of tha kind but the law was amended by the last legislature and the penitentiary was substituted for the workhouse PRETTY MARRIAGE CUSTOM It Was Inaugurated by Qn en Vic and Has BeeR Copied by All tier Children A pretty custom dating from tile wedding of the late Queen Victoria is that of myrtle which formed part of the brides wreath ulty cultured and In due time planted out When th t princess royal was married sprigs were cut for her bridal wreath from this myrtle tree The princess following licr mother example had one of the sprigs cared for till it be mme a fullsized tree which served for her daughterinlaws wreath at the wedding of the present of Germany The erfstom was observed in the of the pf Wales and cf Queen Victof ias children and grandchildren There is already as the result of lils charming custom the making of a grove of myrtle trees customs attached to the of the royal family relate to the bouquet and the Ever firm of Windsor1 florists have had the honor of prertnting time one a Cbeiter confectioner finding the otherI meitker cce ti irnayi til agricultural bounty various offspring Rah h distinct sentenced asprig emperor marriage another marriages UngcaJce R ih J r j il blackbirds V oftieer Shad form was rinc sInce the miage 0I QuenVictoni a Pi atc ii 5 L L r MIND AND THE WEATHER the Reading of a Book Has Up on the Physical Frame of a Person Everyone knows that the imagina tion has a great effect upon the body and at times some ludicrous experi ences are met with During the pre vailing torrid spell a man and his wife sat together on a shady veran da reading The man read an Afri can story which dwelt upon the fering entailed upon the inhabitants of this laud by the heat Hot sands and the blazing sun were often men tioned and the scant costume of the natives was given due mention The woman by a strange chance was reading of an arctic expedition She had not picked out this litera ture purposely because of the con trast to present conditions it offered She had just come across it in the bookcase at the summer resort and opening it at random was soon among the icebergs and almost lost in snow Isnt it warm asked the in Africa presently tugging at his collar Why no replied the lady from an ice floe it seems to me very pleasant even cool The man grunted disbelief and then he took off his coat Later he retired to his own room and removed his collar and necktie and panted still for breath and finally flung away his tale of Ihe tropics and was soon in the leafy Adirondacks with The Aristocrats And the feminine member of this duo insists still that the day was a cool day and not at nil oppressive NEEDED HIS STRENGTH Sandow Once Reset hy Footpads In Paris Laid Then Out in Short Order Sandow the strong man has seldom had occasion to display his muscular Ity except to gratify his audiences but it stood him in good stead among the bullies who have at times sought to run things to suit themsrlves on the Bois cle Boulogne in Paris Their mode of action is to have one of the follow the proposed victim At a given signal several others approach close in on him rob him sometimes seriously injuring him An rdditiona 300 police now ride about time Bois on bicycles and keep a sharp lookout But despite this extra vigilance the out rages continue One day Sandow walking in a rath er remote avenue of the Bois sudden ly realized that he was being followed He grasped the situation and took no notice As he had ex peeted a signal called two or three fellows from the shrubbery As they first approached as if to tie his bootlace grasped the robber by the ankle and used him as a sort of lashing his astonished confreres first one and then the other before they had a chance even to think of escaping stav ing in the ribs of one smashing the arm of another and leaving the whole gang maimed and strewn upon the ground Then Sandow leisurely went on and remarked to the next he met Youll find two or three men up there more dead than alive Youd better go and look at them CLAIMS FOR MANGLE ISLAND Sovereignty Over Thrum and Other Small lalnmlM Asserted by The government of Nicaragua has over several groups of small islands including time Mangle islands lying off the Atlantic coast of the Isthmus of Panama says the Washington Star The question arose when President Loubet of France recently gave his decision as to the boundary between Costa Rica and Colombia The deci sion awarded to Colombia a consider able part of the territory in dispute including the valuable bay of Chiriqui on the Atlantic side and also several groups of outlying islands which were in dispute between the two govern ments When the award was made known Nicaragua came forward with a claim of ownership over the small group of islands It was answered In behalf of Colombia that President Loubet had carefully gone over the records establishing ownership and that these had failed to disclose any authority on the part of NicaVagua to claim them The negotiations have not proceeded beyond this point The islands are rather unimportant except for their strategic location off the easterly entrance to any canal route which may be chosen For this reason the controversy has received the at tention of the isthmian canal commis sion which has not however had oc casion to take definite action on the subject Time House of Echoes Many valleys described in guide books as whispering valleys are fa vorite resorts for tourists in all parts of the world Few however exceed in wonder a valley at Stansfield in Es sex England The rector of this par ish in giving a careful account of his own experiences states that his hQuse Stands on a hill 288 feet above sea level rising in the rear to 300 feet while in front the ground slopes away to a stream 100 feet below and again rises 180 feet on the opposite side From the rectory the bells of 14 or 15 villages may be distinguished while across the valley footsteps and voices in tone may be heard at half a mile We shall find that the love of wherevcc it existed has been a faithful and sacred element of human feeling that is to say supposing all the circumstances oth erwise the same with respect to two individuals the one who loves nature most will be always found to have more capacity for faith in God than the other Buskin The finest gold fills l50I amalgum 75ots Dr Hob 8011 Dentist Richmond Ky at Garrard Hotel every see co sufI explorer once gang San stooped down Mcnrairua put in a claim to sovereignt haS Effect apparently policeman recently conversational nature I 1 o Mon3y S F iti at yi L EGZEfflAS JTOH iS TORTURE Eczema is caused by an acid humor in the blood coming contact with the skin and great redness and little eruptions form and discharge a thin sticky fluid which scales off sometimes the skin is hard dry and fissured Eczema in form a tormenting stubborn the burning at times are almost unbearable burning humor seems to ooze out and set on fire Salves washes nor other applications do any real good as as the poison remains in the bleod it will keep irritated BAD FORM OF TETTER inflammation external or dr an 1o diseased ac i d n hands which caused them to swell to twice theirnatural size Part of the time the disease was in the form of run much discomfort Four doctors said the Tetter had progressed too far to cured and could d nothing I tx three bottles of S S S and was completely cured was years For three years Ibad Tetter on my painful i and I have never ma T a fore go since seen sign of old trouble MRS I B JACKSOX 1414 McGee St Kansas City Mo S S S neutralizes this acid poison coolsthe blood and restores ittoa healthy natural state and the rough Ery Salt skin pois the blood Send for our book and write us about your case Our physicians have made these diseases a study by their advice we make no service All conducted in strictest THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA ttrndliiB and Iackins Honey Every beekeeper should strive to make a reputation as an honorable shipper and after it has once been made he will not have much trouble in finding a market for his honey It may be needless to say that this will require eternal vigilance in and packing lark honey must not be packed with light und partly filled sections must not find their way into the middle of a case but these should be set aside and the honey extracted from them Grade your honey uniformly and try to have the middle of the case as the facing Then provide yourself with a rubber stamp with your name and address upon it and stump all your goods This will advertise your business and buyers will gain in you and will heal with you in preference to some one else who docs not stand behind his goods for if you really have a good article will continue to ask for your honey Farm Journal The best set ofteeth in the world for 750 Dr Hob son Dentist RichmpndKy at Garrard Hotel every Monday Call and see Dr Hobson Dentist of Richmond Ky at Garrard Hotelevery get prices on your work Low Raes to PanAmerican Via Queen Crescent Route Dou ble 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 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On Is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HEUNDON tf Assignee J andcan charge forthis grading confidence consumers second second Mondayand Exposition desiring h I a clearS correspondences goods I brie I I I the following attractions Imperial Council OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June 11 and 12th PLUS 00 Eporih Lope Meeflij SAN FRANCISCO July 18th to 21st 1901 GREATLY REDUCED RATES SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO UTAH June Jnly August nnd September OM Fare lot PLUS 200 For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Trayeling Pass Agt Louisville Ky I H TOWNSEND ien Pass Ticket Ajgtv St Louis I OtTers Annual Meeting One Fare for the CAL the Ronnd c t Rouil Trip AND Trip r DAVIDSON LANDRAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for tile of doing ageneral Real Estate business we offer our services to the public bothto those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell 1 hose who released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to youradvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the propalaeady listed with us t e thelawtheCENTRALnocharge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or iJidirectly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written I mortgages No I House anti Lot in Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway 3 verandas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings Imrn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry Led und u nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never falls Everything Is new and convenient Price is right and ttrms easy No 2 Vacant Lancaster This Proprrty is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and SI5 feet deep or li feet deep if desired a part of the Dr Hill property Splendid huild ing site a good neigh borhood and one of residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of 11111 street adjacent to item 70 feet front on Hill street 3iT feet deep or li feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr 0 1 Hill place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone IMace Much of the laud has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobncca or land the rest is rich and productive failing water and leucing in good repair Land has been well treated 1J4 story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henLouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden platt No 5 Farm of 86 Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown ia outs and grass 25 acres of line tobacco or hemp lund brings fine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence 5rooni cottage residence barn and all nec essary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it No 14 600 Acres of Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 35 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Ciuciniiat Southern Railroad This laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky River In Garrard county about 4J miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres In apple orchard good peach orchard C room twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud in Pulleys Bend is fast Increasing in value No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school house J mile from Good Hope Baptist church 8 acres nudi r cultivation balance in grass good under good fence and watered by never fuilhg spines and ponds 12 acres in orchard in fruiting prime best varieties In all kinds of fruit Good 1J story cottage house nicely finished and conveniently arranged with a storeroom 3Sx2u fjet adjoining it Post office known as Flatwoods is kept at the store 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 Panlding In Lancaster 75 feet front on Water street 200 feet In depth This lot is held at a very reasonable price and O P for a nice reidence tim time best So 2 excellent hemp sever ice ouse County Kr I pasture- land Lot in well selected ant- Is No Farm of U Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Koctcastle line All bottom land level nnd productive never faulting stock water Jj story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st 1JOI Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 9 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 4J7 feet deep Nice residence are building all around this property proper ty in this location Is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known ns the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is its feet front on Danville Avenue and 193 feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged In every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled timid extensively im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient bouse and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six T Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acresof did hemp or tobacco land 75 acres in grass balance under cultivation vug never failing springs Pin Pair House btru and good outbuildings Very fine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A fine farm of moderate siza No 12 Farm of 84 Acrds Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike 64 acres in grass balance under good strong land iu good repair and wateredby never fallIng springs Two story framehonse 0 rooms and necessary outbuildings One of tbe largest and best burns in the coon try Buildings are comparatively new 2 good orchards A very desirable farm near town N and in good locality No 13 House anti Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out caste No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has 8 large rooms front hallway above and below back ball varandit hand somely finished inside and conveniently con structed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot fi100 feet front 4 17 feet in depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good residence portion of Dauville This property speaks for itself No 10 Farm of 30 Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky One of time prettiest country residences in the Blue Grass Region with acres of fertile land attached situated at Logaua in Jessa mine county Ky 5 miles from Nicholusville on a good turnpike and near raihoad A room every thing In good rtpalr Good location for doctor or dairy man No 19 Farm Containing 312 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of and house is 2 storys high containing rooms two tenant good house rancry and all other necessary out buildings are f len b r latticed cultivation healthylocation o everykind I goodstrongand watered schooland I i Dwelling For further particulars write to or call on ft L Daridsoo R LawOffice over Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record once