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TWRLVTB YEAR Entered at the Pott office in Lancaster at Second Crass Matter LOUIS LANDRAM LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPT 12 1901 ONE DOLLAR A j 1b W t tntudt ofc kS YEAR J fi t r r3ir r Y a fib MUYRIU Publisher 2 THE HOME NEWS tE L THE PRESIDENTS CONDITION A special to THE RECORD from the Louisville Times this morning says the President continues to improve and will recover beyond all doubt TV Hemp knives at Bargains in buggies etc at All kind of machinery repaired at Conns s Chicken feed for sale at Marksburv Conn gives rebate cash work j We buy old gold and silver Thomp son the Jeweler 3t Passepartout picture binding at Thompsons Handsome stock of twilled Josephs y Through sleeping to Buffalo via Queen Crescent You get on all cash repair work J Romans Excursion rates to Expo Queen Crescent Route Buggies Surreys and Phaetons at cost for next thirty days at Conns v We have a large linac buggy robes very cheap Romans Elmore Double daily train service to and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent The Chattanooga Hancock Disc has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros The wife of Alex Miller one of Lan casters best and most respected men died Saturday John M Farm and O T Wallace have been appointed delegates to the National Good Roads Association I am prepared to do all kinds of on wagons and plows also horse shoeing at W J Romans shop G W Ball It will pay you to watch these spec ial sales at the Lancaster Grocery Co successor to the Grocery 1 have employed an expert ist and am prepared to repair all kinds of engines machines etc J B R H Batsons store rooms have been given a fresh coat of Paint Ashley the artist doing the work Lost Dark greyjacket silk lined between Lancaster and Rubble Finder please return to this office and get reward Romans Elmore are giving specia bargains buggies surries phaetons 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 For Sale Field of about 30 acres of corn Can be fed down to hogs tf W Anderson Policemen Turner and Siler raided a crap game Saturday night and ar rested eight coons oh the Chute The Advocate says Gabe S Gaines has commenced the erection of a dwelling on Fourth street in Danville A black horse mule six years old slit on left ear left my house Satur day night Reward for return to Geo Austin Lancaster Romans Elmore arc headquarters for buggies phaetons road wagons harness whips dusters buggy robes and saddles Dr Goldstein the celebrated opti clan will be at the Mason hotel on September 20th and 21st two days only Remember the dates 2t The grand Friday having found 53 Theold stereotyped expression mostly for misdemeanors tells the tale again this time Sheriff Ward took Nick Parks the boy who broke telephone wires to the pen Monday morning This should be a warning to boys and others would disturb telephones A NewMe- aJ 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 Eptray Strayed from home last Wednesday 1 red cow white face fresh and one jersey cow dry G Marksbury Ky w t Conn Conn Son stamp n crashat R e ite tamps at can nter buffalo Route r colored repairing machine Benton Notice settle handsome o surreys winter ed who y Hems 2t 1 f heavy cars I rob PanAiners v I Con r inroad Cc sep 122 indictments allow 1 r all t I I of in a or to A handsome lie of Limoges and Imperial Crown a line of Boliemlan Glassware con listing of glasses sherbet cups vases at Lancaster i Company For Rent For the year 1902 Good brick resi dente of ten rooms within half block the Square Danville Ky Apply at to J M Grand Now Ready The city tax books have been placed my hands and 1 am ready to re ceive taxes Pay them now as a altv will be added later on tf S D Turner I otter for sale my residence in the town of Lancaster Ky on Lexington avenue Persons desiring to purchase can examine the property Prayers President The local ministers offered fervent prayers for the presidents recovery Sunday morning At night Rev Allen R Moore preached upon that subject Very III Mrs Margaret Marrs has been criti tally ill at the home of her lIon R H Tomlinson As she is much better and hopes of her recovery are entertained Progressing Nicely Miss Sallie Tillets house is almost completed and she expects to move in few days Fred Frisbie is working many hands on his new dwelling and hopes to get in it before cold Store Closed The store of J Joseph will be closed Saturday Sept 14 it being Jewish New Year It will also be closed Monday the 23 it being the Day of Atonement 2t Rice Ilciige 111 Rice Benge has been confined to his room for several weeks with eye trouble Accompanied by Dr Kin naird he went to Louisville to consult a specialist but has not improved much Mr Jesse Swope of Indiana who visited Mr H A B Marksburysfam sly jast week was found dead in bed at Mr Tottens in Stanford Monday He was sixty years old and had been in poor health some time BUly Burton has about completed his big sale and training barns on Paulding street It is one of the most convenient in the state Mr Burton is of Kentuckys most horse and mule men and brings much money into the town Big Rice Better We are delighted to say that Col Andrew J Rice is much improved and his physicians think he will recover No man in the county is better known has more friends than he and recovery is hailed with delight I clothing samples and insurance 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 Kinnaird Hello Lexington If you want anyone in Lexington go the Bastin lines and you can get them without the slightest delay They connect the independent ex change in that city and most everyone in Lexington is using the indepen dents phones Excursions Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account Summer Ex cursions Ask Ticket Agents for W C Rinearson G Cincinnati Posted Do not think that if you see my Pall Winter are under obligations are not but and post yourself the styles so you will know what to buy when you do get ready J C Another new dynamo is being in stalled at the electric light plant Getting it in caused some slight trouble with the other lights but everything is in good shape now and send first class light up town Rev Leonidas Robinson tells THK RKCOBD that lie united the following couples in marriage during the past Ed ward Nailbr and Miss Laura Land sand Theo Stierrow and Miss KateSherrow Both ceremonies were said at the parsonage i O r nt M I ti C ina lso beautiful Lancaster once Books w O Bradley F J The Man law we press Swope Moved ave move J H particulars P A lies g for yo come runnfngorderbas i G t Sec rotary street auK 294L pe For Sale Mrs son gQ one promise his office Colorado cometand buy about laarrie week S- VVV bly On or to in or H Important Meeting A meeting of the Commercial Club is called for this Thursday evening at 7 oclock in the city court room Representatives to the Louisville are to be selected also H T Logan Prest Have Something The new ordinance regarding the sale etc of whisky on Sunday was m effect last Sunday the usual winks were conspicuously absent The law makes it a fine to giveor loan a drink and the fellow who has the bottle laid for Sunday use is in clover Buy Town Lot Davidson Landram the real es tate men sold to B P Buck a lot on Water street 75 feet front and 200 their hands which will be sold at a bargain The annual contest composed of representatives from the public schools Garrard county will be held in Lan caster October 25th under the man agement of Miss Amanda Anderson Two medals will be given one for boy and the other for the best girl speaker Ages from 11 to 17 tf Theyre Nervous Since the cocaine law went into the coons are suffering considera for want of the drug It is said some of the tore their hair and kicked up the devil generally for a few days but they are cooling down now It is impossible to buy the drug only prescription Export Tailor Give us a call on Friday and Satur day 13th and 14th as a practical tail from Cincinnati will be on hand to display his samples and take your for a suit Prices quality and fits guaranteed Over Police court room J B Jennings M D Hughes 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 A tf Richmond Opera House The Richmond opera house has been sold and it is said will be improved THE RECORD trusts the latter state went is true because it will enable the local management to get better troupes for the Lancaster opera house if they can show in Richmond As it now is the companies say they have make too long jumps to get here District Convention The District Convention of the Christian Womens1 Board of Missions will be held in Lancaster Sept 27 There will be morning and afternoon sessions and services in the evening All Christian churches in the and district are invited to attend Dinner will be served at the church and all are welcome School Opens The Graded Schools opened Monday with the largest attendance in its his tory There were 275 pupils enrolled a and many more are expected next week The teachers have about or ganized their classes and everything is applepie order Its up to the now to secure a barrelstave and see that the urchin goes to school every day N Low Rates The L N will sell tickets to the Episcopal Church Convention which meets at San Francisco Cal Oct 2d from Lancaster at 5790 the round trip going to begin on date of sale A number of stopovers are al lowed and an elegant trip can be had at exceedingly reasonable figures See the local agent for full particulars Dates of sale Sept 18 to 26 inclusive Killed by a Steer John the son of Mr Lee Brown at Buckeye was gored by a vicious steer Tuesday afternoon from the ef fects of which he died yesterday morning Young Mr Brown was well known in Garrard and a boy who was well of industrious of fine habits and moral every respect The family have much sympathy A Friend IB Need stated in last issue this office has been overrun with job work and for a day or so we were in hot water but Bob Henry a former employee o the office happened in at the right me and put a shoulder to the wheel has been trading extensively in cattle and it will be good news to bamany Lancaster friends has money He is now a deal it successful will put him on the side of easy streets is an excellent young and our earnest wish is to him realize gbis fondest expectations ir 1 i H f and han the- bes effect parents well seasoned L thought by every one He was se- As out wild man rot away Contest users measure coo 1k R passage sop42G and het ed ua 13tib TatarP 1p- to the and West Mond- e mad nice little of which e see r r Sig v r n nod i e t All 2 in the the on to of in of He In in boi Lancaster Graded School The seventh session of this institu tion will open Monday Sept 9th 1901 pupils living in the district are urged to be present on the first day Nonresident pupils may enter by in advance to collector E W Harris the following rates of tuition 1 3 and 4th grades 9 per term 4 months S 7 and 8th 9 10 11 and 12th 15 T Currey President 4t J B Kinnaird Secty A Hnstllutr Fellow Mr RV E Hughes of Louisville is spending a few days with his parents this city Mr Hughes and Mr C Ousley were engaged in looking after the advertising of the great Conclave and have received many compliments on their work people are proud of Bob and very justly so No one stands higher with Louisville newspaper men nor is there a harder working quilldriver in Falls City That Artesian Well Capt Herndon told THE RECORD that a party was here last week to consult with the gentlemen who pro pose to sink the artesian well in this city The money has been secured and it is probable that work will soon It is the intention to go down a thousand feet the first drilling and then go further if necessary As the cost the work will not bo much to anyone individual this looks like a good scheme Only One Len The national reunion of Mexican Veterans will meet in Cleveland Qhio the 12th of this month As the veterans are all well ad vanced in years it is probable that no more meetings will be attempted There is only one Franklin White of THE RECORD office While he is in his eightyfirst year yet he is in good health and steady habits and hard work An Error The type made us say last issue that there were 26 additions at the revival recently held by Rev Allen R at Hubble The result of the was 34 additions to the church 26 of which were by baptism He is now holding a meeting in Mason county and has been visiting his parents in Morth Middletown Rev Moore has done much good in our community and the people irrespective of de nominations are very much attached to him A Wise Selection The selection of Col Thomas Hill Stanford to fill a chair in the law school at Centre College is gratifying news to his many friends and admirers Garrard county Col Hill l jn extraordinary ability and a lawyer without a peer in central Kentucky is a gentleman of the old type one whose company is a pleasure to be THE RECORD congratulates the college officials upon their selection and wishes its good friend Col Hill all happiness and smooth sailing in his new duties Now Which do You Like Best In summing up the court day crowd and results at Harrodsburg Monday the Democrat said Seven drunken citizens landed in the work house and drunken white boy shooting a drut ken negro is a pretty good court day record Yet lots of people advocate whiskey license under the that it brings in revenue and lightens taxation but such the case when costs of trials etc are figured the wrecked homes out of the question Kentucky the Beaatifal The L and N Railroad Company with characteristic enterprise has just published a charming which it is mailing throughout the It is neatly gotten up convenient form well printed and admirably prepared The descriptive matter written by those two facile and ging writers R E Hughes a ter boy and C C Ousley of Louis ville whose ability in this line if it had not already been established would be so by this work The contains GO pages of matter and a of the L N railroad in States It is replete sketches of notable points of interest in Kentucky accompanied by half tone sketches of the places It has a historical sketch of the famous monas tery of the Trap ist Monks at Geth with pictures of buildings at the quaint and consecrated place a sketch of the home where Stephen C Collins gained inspiration to write ther i ni j i Home the house at Bardstown where exiled Louis Philippe of France a lived scenes that were made famous by Uncle Toms Mammoth Cave with interesting views sketch Ashland the home of Henry Clay many other points of absorbing interest to not only of Ken tacky butof It is one of the prettiest and catchiest little sou yehirs gotten iip by Kentucky 8endl ten cents to C C t re ng I in r an paying 12 Lancaster commence of in Garrard county everyday misapprehension isnot inleaving booklet Beautiful wash booklet them wither y e tI lle aft1 w j y e the G veteran left Cal Moo meets s Lam United mortal song Kentu Cabin d sightseer world ever s railroad and geone G P F ase tea r r or out do ses the to a Ui Rucker Talks I have not been in the milling busi ness for forty years for pastime fun 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 Win Ward had the Nordyke Mor of Indianapolis Ind to put in their latest improved swing sitter 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 flour we now cry loudly Eureka success to a finish PERFECTION Try it prove it and such you will find it to we 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 corn Burnam Rucker AH Enjoyable Evening The contest held in the Garrard opera house Thursday evening was a very enjoyable affair though the at tendance was not what it should have been Just after supper the lights began to act cranky and the impression went over town that they were not going to burn and this kept a great many of the town people from attending As it was the house was well filled but the entertainment jus tified a much larger crowd ers were intoduced by Mr Joe E Rob inson who acted as master of cere monies in a graceful manner The fol lowing young ladies participated Mis Lillian White Lexington Anne Burk Paint Lick Polly D Traylor Stanford Norma Elmore Bessie Shumate Dan ville KateCamp bell Nicholasville Sara Wood Lynn Millersburg Myrtle Britton Harrods burg and Lenna Hobbs Midway The audience was about equally di vlded in as the winners but judge decided that Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford was entitled to first and Miss Myrtle Britton of Har rodsbnrg to second Miss Traylors subject was Womans Rights and that of Miss Britton The Gypsy Flower Girl Southern Exteasion In reviewing the seventh annual of the Southern Railway the Somerset Journal says It is that the connecting line be tween Burgin and Jellico will be built While there is no direct reference in the report to this extension it is shown upon the accompanying map as one of their projected lines and the on the Louisville St Louis and Knoxville Norfork divisions indicate plainly that the company is making elaborate and expensive preparations handle heavy traffic between St Louis and the Seaboard On the mentioned large sums are being spent to reduce the grades to less than fifty feet to the mile as it is very to carry heavy traffic steeper grades The curvature and grades on the Cincinnati aggregate eightyfive feet to the mile while the line that has been sur veyed from Harrodsburg to does not exceed thirty feet and it is the opinion of engineers that it would be less expensive to build the new than to reduce the grades on the Cincinnati Southern if leased this advantage of grades the new line would beconsiderably shorter and tap a field that is rich in coal and First laterState Fair The first InterState fair eyer given in the South will take place at the new Louisville Jocky Club Louisville Ky beginning Sept 23rd and closing October 5th Exhibits of all kinds including livestock poultry and manufactured articles will be shown It is expected that every Southern will be represented fn some of Already the fair attracted outside attention and entries are being received every day for the various classes Live stock exhibits will undoubtedly be the most complete the South has ever seen The Live Stock Committee has offered fit teen thousand 15000 dollars in pre and purses which has attracted from nearly ten States The Shorthorn Record Also ciation have added five thousand 15 000 dollars to the premium money to be distributed among these classes of cattle Special prizes have been also offered for horses sheep and swine Another feature of the fair attract young people of the South is the five thousand dollars ihas been offered in prizes to the win TIle arranged complete Midway for some of very performers of the WillS Heck a prominent theatrical ure in charge and he has spent so e weeks New York in engaging tall enC The ralroads liberal in the matter and rates have con all the prominent points in Ken be on sale tbefiret three days of each week and will be limited to return three days man Peope bethen everyday its opinion j report indicated improvements divisions expensive overmuch Southern extension beside timber j I and J Ing extraordinary the Athletic Programme fro n ot has this teat I v8 round toot lair i I j t I ma electr The spea Lancaster Jell se State e departments tries attention from ye e ttaraated one fare y tI e aR i k 1CU Teals FALL OPENING U A SHAND I i i from the Globe Tailoring Co of Cincinnati will me Septr 13 14 and 16 And will have on display the largest line of Woolen Piece Goods ever shown in Lancas ter If you are interested in TailorMade Clothes it will be greatly to your advantage to investigate the inducements we offer in this line Summed up briefly they are as follows ist The largest line of Piece Goods on the market contains larger assortment of uptodate and desirable styles than has ever before been shown by anyone 2nd The most complete tailoring plant in the world 3rd Unequaled facilities for doing the best Tailoring work for doing it quickly and at the Lowest Prices 4th A large force of the best designers cutters and tailors that money can hire 5th A guarantee oi perfect fit and sails faction If a man can be pleased with the highest class tailoring we can please him 6th widespread popularity among good dressers Globe clothes are known and worn from one end of the United States to the other 7th The Best Values obtainable our prices enable us to give our customers more for their money than they can get anywhere Every one of the above statements is bas ed on positive facts and will bear the closest iinvestigation We know if will v itigate them you will be convinced that the GLOBE gives better styles better fits and better values than any tailoring house repre sented in Lancaster A look from you will be appreciated and r V nothing vr I I 1 T He OMPrke be t 1 i t i a i t i J f f i 1 Ij t i i o inv Ii 4 iH 11 LnGAl gi j 1 i fi it1fd tc i aHaIL j fJaJiLj rh f 1 t UJ I 4 is i ff r cutters Z with Y t else t yon yWill CCSt 01l r t i a r CENTRAL RECORD Aa ladepeadcat Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAU Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Sept izth IT isfrequently said when steals a sum of money from a bank thatlie was largely by the sight of so much money Very few people believe this and the general impression is that a man must be a thief at heart before he can commit J ject a Louisville banker the other day said I have often been asked as every man who has ever worked In1 a bank has there wasnt a great temptation to appropriate some of the big bundles of money which a man sees lying around loose all the time As a fact tliefbig I play of money doesr dazzle tife but after one becomes a veteran pile of bills ty or one hun dred thousand dollars means no more to him than so much paper and he handles it as such I have counted millions of dollars in my time and I dont believe I ever had the slightest temptation I think this fe sex perlence of the majority fdot her lieve a bank employe ever fell thro being dazzled by the sight of coin it always comes from some outside source JUDGE HENRY S BABKKB in ering the address of welcome at the Triennial Conclave in the absence of Gov Beckhain electrified the assem bly and produced the greatestapplause and enthusiasm of the occasion when he stepped to the front of the rostrum and delivered this reference to an 1 Sir Knight Perhaps Sir Knights before I speak the of formal welcome it will not be inappropriate that I another Knight f a per sonal sorrow us To me personally he is I do not know that I can rightly call his name But I know that when our beloved country was in when he with matchless skill and undaunted cour age tracked the across the pathless sea and locked him in the harbor of Santiago men grateful ly called him Sly Schley but when the enemy dashed again into ocean to fight his way to home and safety when there was flashed from the bridge of the Brooklyn those words of awful carnage which swept Cervera from the our t p 1 um e d Knight stood matchless amid the wrecK ruin of Spains second Ar mada then every patriot tongue call ed him Slay Schley Today he and our countrys honor are again pawn to grant to her him another victory A WRITER in the Cincinnati Post gives the following remedy for sui cide The cause of suicide is insani ty The cause of insanity is injustice to ourselves or the injustice of one to another and the responsibility reach es those who by example or teaching have directly or indirectly played a part in the extinguishing of life There is a remedy Science did not discover it It is simple all that is lacking is the desire to apply it Do unto others as ye would that they should do unto you Let science teach it let preachers preach it Let politicians practice it and all the people weave it into their daily lives It is practical It is a remedy that will dispose of asylums jails sin haunts sweat shops and the slums Ifyou are a leader of men much depends upon you and the more careful should be your steps If you follow others seek for your example one who ly as possible obeys the glorious of the golden rule Volumes volumes may be written upon po litical and sdcial economy and issues but it all resolves itself into the one sublime rule do right UPON hearing of the sad affair Mr W J Bryan had this to say The assassination of the President is a shock to the entire country and he and his wife will be recipients of universal sympathy Dispatches say the shot was fired by an insane man and it is hoped this is true for while it is a terrible thing for the President to be the victim of the act of a mani ac it would be even worse for him to be fired on by a person prompted by malace and revenge In a republic t t ftY t 19W ihft need the robbery Speaking on this r beenif f cir aggregating t deli v absent a stra seawhen fateGod asnear precepts upon religious attempted j t someone sub b mt flov t mention iiI sane I IIsTUMP I I I I FOR THE SUPERIOR DISC DRILL 0 X advanced Ide ITS ECONOMY 10 buy laboruvi- araKachlnery ft J R AS Hc J 1 Century Farmers with me They reeUze that most T 1 1 e where the people elect their ofljcials and can remove them there can be excuse for aresort fo violence If our Presidents were in coMtanfrjfear of plot nftbQnspiracJes we would soon sink to the level of those nations in which force Is the only weapon of gov and the only weapon of the governments enemies THERE are 300 professional ers in Philadelphia and a few profes sional mourners wjiose jausinessjt is to make a show of sorrow for theHead The salary carrier ranges from one to five dollars for each funeral Some of them earn as high as 25 a week while the mourners do half that sum The report does not say presume ousiness The mourners however should enjoy a good ltrade as there are so many people dying these days over whose forms no tears are shed unless there is a money consideration and this consideration is often times to found immediate family shape of a legacy no tears v To TIlE true friend the friend we love we love to show our friendship to do more for his comfort and happi ness than we can ask him to do for us It is only the one that is true to him Iself that can be true to his friends saysj an exchange A true friend is thesame in adversity as constant as helpful and sypatheticas joyful in out prosperity the same yesterday today and tomorrow Like the ivy clinging to the tumbled down ruin is the sweet friendship of a true friend The more broken down the more lonely we are the more helpful the dearer the friendship is PBESIDENT McKiNLEY frequently refused to have a body guard saying he had too much confidence in the American people to He was exactly right so far as American people were concerned the danger was from the infernal for who invade our country influx to tAmerica of the other countries grows greater each year and now is a good time to have a general weeding out and the hemp en route is the best by which to start THE Louisville school board has adopted the wise plan of only emplov log single women as teachers and when one marries she immediately loses her job This is a good idea Its disgusting to many men sitting flat on their pants depending entirely upon the toil of the wife for support Any can make a living for his family if he is not too infernal lazy and if the women will let them live on short rations while they will finally go to work THIS is a strange world indeed Schley is on trial for cowardice has been blackguarded into seri ous illness Evans has been publicly reprimanded by an assistant Secretary of the Navy and Cervera who made such a desperate fight against the United States is to be presented with a silver cup as a testimonial of the admiration of the American people WE sincerely trust that the society for the prevention of spurious titles recently formed in Richmond Va will buckle down to work and do away with some of the numerous Cols Genls etc who are parading over the country Not one in every of the alleged soldiers were ever near a battle but they parade now as though they were somebody IF Roosevelt becomes president there is one great consolation and that is he will make it hot for and will see to it that they get the bitterest pills in the box THE RECORD has all along made light of Teddy but we must confess he is a man who will stand by his and will not toady to or anybody SOME Eastern high rollers have of 400000 that the Columbia will beat the Shamrock in the great yacht race This is published in all and there is no secret about it whatever So it goes If two fellows should be a small crap game they would be made to break enough rock to build a turnpike but gambling among the rich is all right AMERICAN labor had no trouble un til the anarchist appeared upon the scene into labor organiza tions Theres only one way to stamp them out and that is shoot a hole through any man who says he is an anarchist In this way and only this way can they be made to know American people will not tolerate them AN exceedingly appropriate is the musical cigarette time you take one from the box a miniature music box plays Nearer My God to Thee This is quite a novelty but it stronger than this box to convince St Peter that cjgarette fieads should be admit ted above iT tanythbigtfio get before the pub lie these days A fellow in New York is now clammoring for notoriety from the fact that he still lives not withstandingthe fact that his spine is broken Well he hvrabout as much claim forotlce assome men of the day who are attracting attention U TniD4nvMl which has pre Tibnsly displayed its bustling proclivi ties issued a special edition telling of the assassination of President McKin iefc Cptf Milit i J v i i III pallbear ofa not earn but e isa tli pallbearers somewhere tie h the No pay ljin 4 fear assassination them seeso for a Sampson convictions abet newspapers caughtin andcrept that Every willtake music dUd bIt c 0 td no little slow with he tint Tint man hundred anarchists anything Invention i ant Vernon Richardson are fulixt Mgitunandgitv and their pa per is a leader EbrroR Jnt AttiEN of the Cynthi ana Democrat said in last issue of his paper that he never had a ballet girl to die on his bands What doing with them on your hands Jim We heard Editor Tom Watkins of the CourierJournal the place for them a fellows lap NEW football rules are out so informed by a college We presume they require players to go armed with galling guns in order to kill one another in less time and with exertion If college authorities allow football they had as well bull fighting The two are on a par 4 THE editors of the Harrodsburg Democrat and Stanford Journal places last week and some one said it improved both papers This is a mistake The only way to improve either paper is to have both the Wal ton brothers work oh one at the same time WHY do men swear is a headline in a daily paper If the gentleman seeking the information will try his hand at running a country newspaper for a few weeks he will be convinced of the necessity beyond a shadow of doubt A NEGRO was sold at TaylorsviUe last week for the sum of two dollars There are many hard working honest negroes in the land but there is also a great number who are not worth two dollars a hundred WHEN a Kentuckian determines to use water it seems that he cant find it Joseph Johnston drilled a thom and feet for water in Hetcalf county and struck oil PBEACHEESVILLE Mrs Walter Warren is on the sick list week J H Thompson bought 20 hogs in Rockcastle S Morgan bought some hogs from James Hosier for 5c Mrs George King is suffering with a sore on her ancle J L McCarly bought four head qt cattle from J M Cress for 3c B D Holtzclaw bought two stacks of hay from H B Cockrill for 40 W P Grimes bought a combined horse from Walter Warren for 115 Mrs W H Cummins has a felon on her finger which is giving her much painParis Boler nice hogs in the Ottenheim neighborhood for 4 c J L Anderson bought six barrel of corn from W H Cummins for 3 per Pettus is getting along nicely on his house be is building for J L McCarly Ebb Kennedy is in a very critical condition with some kind of brain trouble Mr Ebb Kennedy is very sick at his fathers but we hope he will soon be out again Dr Hizer is having fine success with his typhoid fever patients and he is being kept busy J L Hutchins bought 9 hogs from J W Cummins for 5c also sold a heif er to John Wilson for 24 The teachers report a fine Institute at Stanford under the able instruction of Prof Patterson of Lancaster Rev H B Cockrill of Louisville has rented his farm to Wm Sprinkle and Chas Spoonamore for the year 1902 Thos Morgan and family have from Indiana and will make this county their home in the future H B Cockrill sold 30 ewes to Wm Sprinkles for 275 per head also 15 to Chas Spoonamore for 3 per head Rev Wm C Hutchins filled his Sunday he reportsa large crowd and a fine meet ing Bro Garmichael preached here and Sunday and was called to preach for another year He is giv ing he is also a fine manOur Association was a grandsucce and well attendedfine orderplenty of dinner good preaching and we are ready for another whenever ren send it to us Miss Susie Thompson of Mt non has been spending a few with relatives here Mr LewisPher igo of Buckeye has been visiting rel atives here for several days Dr Maudlin of Lancaster was out here Sunday to see a patient QHe Uea Answered August Flower still has largest sale of any medicine in tin civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Bil iousness Doctors wore scarce and they seldom heard ofAppendicitiSjNer TQUS Prostrationor etc They used AugusfrFlgwer to cleanput the system and stop of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the is all they took wnen ielng dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greetfs August Flower inllqnidformi jieripuii the matter with you Greens Prize Almanac at Stonwe Drugstore d g It c6 c wereYou ay wson pap leSs for 4ic greatly boughtsome barrels appointment at Brodhead Saturday satlsfactionand Yes the 1en nervous ZK L a hock were permit changed returned the bretli day i Organic action of the systetn and that to make you satisfied ther is Get t k g f McUREABY L- v Saunders Walker bought of Dave Sutton a field of corh for 16 per acre G W Saddler sold to SweeneyMbr two head of cattle for 2500 per lead Wm Long bought a field of corn rom Miss Mary Hardin for 225 per barrel Saunders Walker are buying hogs from different parties for 51 to Sicts per pound The neighborhood regret togiveMr and Mrs Baylor Jennings up they having sold out to Mr Willie Payne and are going to Spencer county Lish Forbes sold his house and to James Simpson for 595 Mr bought seven acres from Mrs Jack Simpson for 280 and will build Mrs Susan Hines and children of are visiting her sister Mrs Ham Born to the wife of Dave Anderson a boy John Lackey Miss Lillie Warner is visiting rel atiyes in Lancaster Mrs William Broaddus of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Jasper Bogie Miss Irene Simpson is visiting her aunt Mrs in Crab Orchard Mr John Prather is quite sick with fever MANSE Go to T R Slavins for all kinds of dry goods groceries c Little Gordon Doty son of John Doty Jr has been very sick this week The school at this place is nicely under the management of Miss Maggie Henderson Protracted meeting began at Level Green Sunday one begin at Walnutta Saturday night Rev White of Virginia has been called to be pastor of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church Rev White is a fine minister and we thinlc will great work at this place Miss Jennie Kavanaugh a pretty and accomplished young lady of this place is visiting her cousin Mrs Steinberger in Virginia Mr G M Miller and Thos Harris two young men of Richmond are vis iting at Capt Dotys Miss Moffet of Lebanon is visiting Miss Margaret Walker Miss Annie Wallace left several days ago for the South where she will teach Art the coming term Miss Annie has many friends who seeing her leave PAINT LICK Uncle Peter Howe has been a sick man James Allen son of John Allen is very low with fever Farmers say it is getting a little too dry to turn wheat land The latest fad with the young men here is wearing odd socks Rev Baker of Barbourville will preach at Mt Tabor next Sunday W L Todd Sen sold to W S Beaz ley of Lancaster 17 head of feeders at 4c per pound Mr Wm Adams and daughter Miss Mary of Smith ville Missouri are relatives here Mr Kuhn of the Peerless merchant tailoring company or Cincinnati was here this week and took quite a of orders Mr J B Parks mule team ran off with a colored man while cutting weeds and completely demolished his mowing machine J C Napler attempted to get off of a moving train fell and dislocated right shoulder and was considerably bruised otherwise Albert Polly an expert horse shoer has rented Mrs Jennie Searcys black smith shop and will do all kinds of blacksmithing and repairing BOURNE Noah Marsee sold a nice mule colt for 35 James Smith sold to JB Bourne a calf for 9 Thomas Turner sold a calf to Henry Smith for 8 Job Marsee sold to Taylor three nice heifers price 3ic per lb Mr Henry Smith bought a work mare from Mrs Ella Scrivner last week price 60 John Green of Paint Lick visited Messrs James and John Turner last week Mr and Mrs A D Upton and son visited here last week Mrs Jo el Marsee and daughter returned home Friday from a pleasant visit GO Johnsof Mrs Tom Turner Saturday and Sunday Miss Loa Duncan is very sick at this writing Messrs Jeff Dunn and Nixon Perkins have gone to Lexington on business Mr JESherrow und family spent Sunday with Mr Isaiah Jackgon Cured ofCkroBlc After Tblrty Years of SafTerlBsr Isuffered for thirty years with dar rhoea and thought I was past beinjr cured Jolih S of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so that I had given all hopes ofrecovery I was so feeble from the effects of the diar rhpea that I could do no kind oi could not even travel accidental was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and T iarfhoea Itemedy arid after lug I curqd of that trouble I so pleased with in reachof all who suffer as I TiMiyef Fjbr Mle jjy B B McBx tets p y f r f lotc i Julia HQlmanf nightalso do- a prominent regret visiting number B DI I1e much J lab tie Irj t p an progressing wil e yen hi 4S says but talc seera1 bottles am entirely inn result that I am anxiotbEtItbe druggist s A a HUBBLE I Morgan Sutton has on exhibition the largest sweet potato we for many years The Sunday school is progressing nicely under the teachership of Mr J Hammonds assisted by John Mr Thomas Underwood of Parks villeis visiting his uncle L B Under wood Robert McKechnie returned on Monday from where he went on business for his father W M Sutton is visiting his son Sutton R F Underwood and his sister Miss Nannie are visiting McKechnies family Mrs Spen Hubble and Mrs Swope are visit their many friends at this place Simpson McGuire visited his un cle Scott McGuire Sunday MARKSBURY Mr M G Aldridge sold a field of corn a few days ago for 275 Miss Birdie Dean returned to her home near Pineville Tuesday after pleasant visit to friends here She was accompanied by Mr Grant Mar see who attended the Barbourville fair Miss Amie T Cecil her home at Junction City Sunday Mr and Mrs James Yeager spent a few days in Danville last week Mr H D Aldridge resumed Satur day from a several days visit to Dr and Mrs Mr Wm Parks and daughter Miss Julia left Sunday for a weeks visit to relatives near Willisburg Bardstown While there they will attend the HawkinsPorter wedding Mr Ed Arnold of Lancaster sold to Mr Parks a very nice Organ for his little daughter Wadie Lee A little son came to bless and brignten the home of Mr and Mrs Price Bourne on the first Mr Tom Barker is attending ing the G A R at Cleveland Ohio MT HEBRON Mrs Lucy Montgomery is on the sick list Henry Montgomery bought a sow and pigs from J M Gibson for 13 Mr Gibson Vanderpool while work ing at Lock No 9 stuck a rusty nail in his foot which has caused him much series of meetings will begin at this place the fourth Sunday in this month conducted by Rev J I Wills pastor and Rev Wolford of t- One young man of our locality we sorry to say is so much above the average person in mental faculty that all his associates although average people seem like fools to him Mrs Rachel Blakeman of Burgin spentlast week with her mother Mrs Lizzie Allen Fletcher Preston who has been in Illinois for several months returned home Thursday Mr Rash Cheatham made to Lexington last week Rev Meldrum nelnier of Lexington John Sanders and Miss Pearl Sanders of Stone were the guests of Mrs Samuel Dun can last Monday Mrs Mary A Ford spent last week with her son Mr A D Ford Mr Christon Brooks spent Saturday night and Sunday with W John Jackson celebrated his twentyfirst anniversary Sunday A nice dinner was given him at his home and quite a number of his rela tives and friends spent an enjoyable day with him Messrs Asa Wilson and Tom Allen of Orangeville are with friends and relatives in this TEATEBSVILLE Mr John Walker has been on the sick list for several days A large crowd went from here to preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday There will be preaching Sunday at Buckeye by their regular pastor A J Pike Wm Whitaker from this place and Miss Barker from Jessamine were united in the holy bonds of on last Thursday A very large crowd attended the teachers association Saturday at Pleasant Hill A bountiful dinner spread Had it not been for the in terruption in the afternoon by a drunk en man It would have been a perfect success Mrs Margaret Harris and a Mr Howard of Illinois were married Sun day a m at the residence of the brides father Mr Simpson They had never met until a few days prior to their marriage but had corresponded for sometime They left at once for their home in Illinois Mr Naylor of Mt Hebron section and Miss Len Land were married on Wednesday also on Sunday Mr Jas and Miss Nellie Ray were uni ted in marriage at the residence of the brides aunt Mrs Dunn Imme diately after the ceremony they drove to the home of the bride where a re ception was given in their honor only a few of their most intimate friends were present Miss Marie Smiley of Lexington is a visitor of Misses Warner Miss Nannie Arnold of Bryantsville and Mrs Aler Arnold of Cincinnati are the pleasant guests of Mrs Wesley Walker i Miss Irene Simpson is vis iting relatives in Crab Orchard Miss Lena Palmer attended the Asso elation Saturday and has been the guestof Mrs J AAmon excellent Supt Miss Liisk was a visitor at Miss Minnie dus school Friday r A woman is really seriously lit when the bargain advertisements in a ntws paper fall to interest her Vit haves Robinson l Wayne county Morgan J II Durham a n d Sim- I painA Yare a trip and Fan D Scott Indiana sections matrimony Bard I atMCCie ry 1f I r icn er ng 4S Ito Lancaster 4 Our Broad i S STONE Col James Parks bought some steer calves in Jessamine at 1250 to 15 The meeting at Scotts Fork closed with 15 additions to the church Much good was accomplished- C S Sanders sold B F Robinson his lambs at 3cts He also sold to same party some hogs at 5cts Miss Albertie Woodard of Cynthia na is visiting W Mitchells attended the Scotts Fork Mr Howard of Centralia Ills Mrs Harris were married last week by Rev Meldrum They leave in a few days for Illinois Last Thursday Mr Ed Naylor and Miss Sue Land were married The bride is an accomplished young lady and the groom a prosperous farmer We extend congratulations BRYANTSVILLE Rev L Robinson will preach Sunday morning and night This be the last service before conference Atthe Contest Thurspay Miss Ruby Scott was selected to represent Bry antsville in the Common School Con test at Lancaster Oct 25 Miss May me aallard leaves for Lex ington to enter college Miss Lucy Miller Givens left Wednesday for to enter school Will Hesters little daughter is quite ill Mrs Jas Wilmot and family visited Mrs W H Underwood Sunday Mrs Marshall Hughes and son of Danville are relatives here Mrs Eliza Ballard is visiting in Lexington B F and wife and Mrs Haselden have been visiting relatives near Lancaster Mesdames Welsh Bryant and Dunn spent Monday inLancaster Miss Mary Armstrong entertained a number friends Thursday Bur dett visited relatives near Danville Sunday Mr and Mrs Haselden will go to the city next week to buy Fall goods and ask those indebted to them to call and settle their accounts J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors t atC andf andt I I 4S iiI Indiana vlsi ing Jennings a Taylor Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty S ull Line of Furniture and Carpets Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices from 8 upward Call at works near the depot- S McGUIRE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY RKINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetia qkeea Pafcttae Natk al I Hartford CoMMeticmt GermaM AMerlcaa Fheaix of Bro tJyB Milwavkee KerekuU New York Frnderwrlten IiTerp tl AXoMkNi Globe ffirtflrlCiu NthBrjtlol cIaCI 1 jid g t I lange Rflp1CC1llIEQ11OTi1t Cua i I MerebaaUI r1 Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster one day only at the New Mason Hotel and will fit glasses the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the New Mason HotelParents of children whose eyes are in any way affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too can not be taken in this particular as any neglect of the parents may lead to most serious consequences in after life If the eyes of a child need glasses the doctor can deter mine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of the public Those call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a ceut He can adjust to any eyes age A good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfectly ad justed is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth shat have been made at my office 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 and if any defect shows in live years we give you a new set free This applies to all tin teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Ilobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Bichmond National Bank RICHMOND KY R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward PUBLIC SALE Lexington pike on Tuesday Sept 24 1101 to the highest and best bidder the following personal property 1 horse buggy and harness 1 Jersey cow 2horse wagon 1 big plow about 20 acres of corn in field household and kitchen furniture all the furniture bran new enough for two families I will also at same time rent my farm of 60 acres about half in wheat anti the other in corn Sale begins prompt ly at one oclock p m Terms made known on day saleMrs E Lear Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the digestive is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can It in stantly permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache all otherresults ofimperfect digestion Pra r l tor E C OcWITT CO Cbldfl LOCAL TIME 1 TABLES SontbbndMixed puses Lancaster H us AM Northbnd Mixed 335rx Nonhbnd Paugr 932Ait- SontbbBd M I9dSAit Sept 20 21 1901 r muchcare suffering with their should andany J G 750 premises Kddol reconstructing organs rellevesand burD Pr1ce5Oc and or o eyes 5 argesiem2t1aeIii- IsIze 0 Is 4 CHESAPEAKE OHIOIailway Time inefct Jalyl5J9W 41STATIONS LYLouUvllle 6 00pm Lexington 1120 an 84oaia 8 12am 550p Winchester 1157 am 918pm MtSterHne I225nn 943pm 923am 650 am 340pm Philadelphia 10J5 I4 lv 40nn 908p il HitMtl l ftl i KT ji STATIONS LTNevrYork Soearar 500pm Philadelphia 10 712am 410pm55taB 919B1M Winchester 7 S7am 623am 245pi ArLexlagtoa 8 12am 5 18pm 7 Mam 3 MM U Through Trains ran from New York trains ram daily exempt Saidaear or writ rHUyiw BOWJIAKHXTB LBXUWTMTKT o 8 ma 850am 706pm gts U 8 oDd f m 650pm 705pm 2 ISpa sm O9pm Per Sheriff Sanders was in Richmond MondayMrs M Logan has been visiting relatives in Covington Miss Georgia Henry is visiting rela Lives in ElDorado Ark Dr I S Wesley made a business trip to Cincinnati Monday Miss Fannie Collier left Monday for a visit to the Buffalo Exposition Mr Chenault of Richmond is his daughter Mrs J W Elmore Mr Frank Estes and wife of Kirks ville visited relatives here Sunday Miss Lena Rigney left this week to enter Hamilton College Lexing tonMr George Keller and wife of Stan ford attended the contest Thursday eveningMr Harris of Louisviliehas been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Dr J S Smith of Frankfort was the Miss Christine Bradleys guest for a few days Miss Grace Wilson of Lexington is the guest of Mrs J E Stormes Rich mond avenue Misses Warner of McCreary and Smiley of Lexington have been Mrs W T West Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden after a visit to relatives have returned to their home in Danville Misses Minnie and Dixie Kemper of Danville have been visiting their sis ter Mrs Ophelia Dunn Hon R H Tomlinson has been in Frankfort Lexington and Louisville this week on legal business Miss Louise Farris entertained a number of friends in her charming manner Saturday evening Mrs Louis Doty and baby of are visiting the family of Mr Alex Doty Richmond avenue Miss Nannie Goodloe leaves this week for Alabama where she has a position in a school as Mrs Jake Joseph and daughter Miss Marie leave Sunday for a visit to rel atives in Cincinnati and take in the fall festival Mr A Goodloe Lackey returned to his home in Kansas City Saturday much to the regret of his many Lan caster friends A basket of delicious grapes and peaches was a welcome present to the editor and wife this week from Mr and Mrs W H Wherrit Mr Will Burton gave a very enjoy able hay ride Saturday evening The trip extended to the river where wa termelons and cantaloupes were serv ed Miss Eugenia Bush who has been the popular guest of many friends in this city left this week for a visit to Williamsburg before returning to her home in St Louis The Cincinnati Enquirer announces the marriage of Miss Mary Sandiferof Covington to R Palmer of Georgetown The bride is the daughter of Mr J P Sandifer and was a resident atone time of this city She was very popular and had many friends who wish her much hap pinessDanville News Attorneys C C Fox and Robert Harding attended the Garrard Circuit Court Thursday Mrs Mary Woodcock returned Thurs dayfrom quite an extended trip thro the far West While absent she vis ited San Francisco Sacramento Port land Seattle and various other points of interest to the traveler P PEOPLE Hue tile Heme Visited l B p visiting Stanford accepted a MrJohn youngest I R Where dCkO OOOOa i 4 i I I visiting r E t i i t j I I 1 teacher t I I t s i r I I d d Miss Kate Patton left for Richmond Monday to enter college Gertrude Noel of is visiting Miss Jessie Doty Judge M D Hughes was in Frank fort on business week Ben Herndon isat home after sev eral weeks stay in Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been visiting Miss Sallie Ross Miss Altie Marksbury left Monday to visit relatives in Muncie Ind Miss America Kemper of Boyle is visiting Mrs H A B Marksnury Randolph Harris wife and baby of Lincoln were visiting here Sunday Miss Mary Thompson leaves this week for a visit to relatives in Stan ford Misses and Helen Gill have returned to Oxford Ohio to enter school Mrs George Smith has been visiting her brother Mr Jim Griffin of Lex ington Mr R E Hughes and wife of are guests of Mr M D Hughes and wife Miss Pauline Arnold of Jellico has been here visiting her sister Mrs George Farris Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines of Danville attended the contest Thursday evening Mr R L Jennings and wife of Lick have been visiting the family of Mr J C Thompson Capt W JKinnaird of is the guest of his parents Squire W H Kinnaird and wife Miss Jennie Warren after a weeks visit to her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan has returned to her home in Stanford Messrs John Marrs of Richmond and Will Marrs of Knoxville are here at the bedside of their mother Mrs Margaret Marrs Mrs A H Rice left Saturday for her home in Nashville She was ac companied by her sister Miss Bessie Marksbury on the Courier R E Hughes left yesterday for Lou isvllle where he will take a the CourierJournal Bob is a Louisville Mal tha Louisville Mid Uesboro position- on Miss Danville this Pair Goes Bon HUGHES splendid newspaper man and will eventually reach the top notch in the profession When you want a modern uptodate physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant i n effect Price 25 cents Samples free at McRoberts drugstore When fortune knocks at the door of a lazy man the chances are he is some where trying to borrow a chew of to baccoDont wait until you become constipated but take DeWitts Little Early Risers now and then They will keep your liver and bowels in good order Easy to take Safe pills 1m chronically F P Frisbip I 4 Now 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 they last for box You will do well to engage your supply in advance as you cannot get these shells aynwhere else at that low price Frisbies Drug Store I I aslong So cts a l r I I j Frector Knottft Story Since tthe SampsonSchley versy has grown acute again there has been reference to Proctor Kriotts rabbit story connection with credit for the victory at San tiago For the benefit of those who do not recall the story as first printed it is here reproduced ExGov Proc tor Knott and John Yerkes were dis cussing the claims of Sampson and Schley to the credit of smashing Cer vera at Santiago Mr Yerkes took the ground that all the honor of that memorable belonged to Admi ral Sampson and was inclined to en tirely ignore Commodore Schleys part in the affair The governor listened until his companion had finished and then with that characteristic twinkle in his eye said My dear sir it is ex ceedingly gratifying to me to hearyou take the position you have in this It is like a balm to my conscience and settles a point that has worried me many a day I was walking thro the woods once with a boy friend of mine when we saw a rabbit run into a sinkhole We stood around the hole awhile then I told the boy to keep watch while I went home to get some fire to smoke the rabbit out When I the boy had the rabbit Itook it from him claiming that it belonged to me because I had told him to catch it if it came out That was over fifty years ago and you are the first man that has ever agreed with me that the rabbit was mine I Yerkes looked solemn for a few then smiled a feeble smile and changed the subject matter returned ittmo- ments 1 Bat hit cone considerable the conflict away ro I Mr R A Dodd says the corn crop in Jessamine will make an average yield Mr Scott the Lexington hemp man who was in Veisailles Monday says that hemp in Central Kentucky will make more than an average crop Thirty peaches that flll a half measure grown by Mr F B Lin ville of Somerset Ky are on exhibi PanAmei lean Exposition1 They averaged pound each in weight The Sauta Fe Railway Co has sent out an official letter to stockmenalong its various lines a3vising them to use every effort to keep their stock and not sacrifice it at the present time The Maysville Bulletin says that the best corn in Mason cpunty didntgrow taller than four the drouth of 1854 and produced nothing but the smallest nubbins Flour got as high as 12 per barrel that fall The queen of the money makers is the latest and proud title bestowed by the poultry press upon the hen Cotton corn and wheat are said to be the only farm staples that exceed her output in value There seems little doubt now that the actual value of Burley tobacco has been increased considerably by the continued drouth in the tobacco belt The Louisville market has given dence of this in the advance price the last two or three weeks in the increasing firmness and strength of the market Nearly all the farmers in Fayette county are now engaged in cutting their hemp says the Lexington Lead er As a rule the stately stacks no longer rise in the manner so pictured by James Lane Allen Modern hemp machines are now able to cut and spread ten acres of hemp per day The yield will be extra heavy Winchester Democrat Quite a number of export cattle have been sold during the past week J L Brown sold to Well exporters weight about 1450 Ibs at 5c Geo Proctor sold a number of light cattle to the same party at 512 Mr Joseph agent for the S S Company bought of B Pen Taylor about one hundred exporters at 5 and of Eli and Asa Dooley a lot at same After has but one load of cattle or hogs for the market will be unable to get a pass The railroads have decided to abolish the custom which has been in vogue for years and make it to have at least two cars lain a return pass If the shipper five cars he may get two pass es and for eleven cars three return passes Not more than three passes will be issued no matter how many cars are shipped This year the government has made arrangements to double the amount of seeds furnished the Congressmen and will also throw in fifty trees to each representative These trees will be of different varieties selected par ticularly with a view to suiting the climate in which they will be grown Many of these will be nut trees such as pecans and other varieties which will grow in this country Secretary determined to distribute the trees with the hope of implanting a love of trees in the breast of the peo pie and inciting to inflow the example set by department as well as to have a showing tor the money expended In addition to the trees distributed 33300 393 pack ages of seed will be distributed Each Congressman will have at his 14000 packages of vegetable seed 400 of flowers 40 of cotton 30 of lawn grass 25 of sugar beets 60 of forage crops 220 bulbs 150 straw berries and 40 of The straw berries new and rare ties and the grapes are yet to be se a looted r i 10 b it bushel Lion at the feet during American during exquisitely pricesre- turn necessary II Wilson e w too return them the permanent tobaco grapes Will boot vs xyr 1 has pos tie a n 1 King Edward is reported to be with heart trouble One of the American women carried off by brigands in Turkey is a Miss Stone Twentyfour hundred people visited the Mammoth Cave during the A negro preacher was arrested in Philadelphia on the charge of burning a church A company with 10000000 capital was formed to develop oil fields iu Wyoming Frank Johnson a threeyearold boy at Covington was accidentally shot and killed John Meager was dismissed at Lex ington for killing exMagistrate W J Meyer probably the practicing physician in Kentucky died at Danville Thousands of peach trees in flicted with San Jose scale will have to be destroyed It is sold exChief Justice Hazelrigg may testify for the prosecution in the Jim Howard case Ninety people were poisoned from eating clams at a public building re ception in Cleveland O The Henry County Local Publishing Company has sold the plant and good will of the Local to Col Ed Gullion for 2800 Terhnden the Prussian banker at Chicago is said to have died American financiersout of nearly 2000000The in London of Captain Ames the tallest man in the British army to the daughter of the late Lord Francis Cecil was a brilliant af fair It is said at New York that the steel combine will ignore all peace proposals from the strikers and effect complete resumption of all mills Charles Hooper and Sim Roberts who robbed Henry Tayior a farmer by means of a shell game were given and seven years imprisonment respectively by a jury at Owensboro A meeting of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committee has been called at Frankfort September 10 to discuss the question of selecting candidate for United States Senator by primary A thoroughbred mare met herdeath in this state a fortnight ago in a strange manner She was owned near Greenup one day was quietly grazing beneath a large tree when a blue racer snake dropped from the branches onto her back and then twined itself around her neck She started on a run and becoming more and more frightened ran dropped dead from exhaustion and fear B W Pursell Kintersville Pa says he suffered 25 years with piles and could obtain no relief until DeWitts Wich Hazel Salve effected a permanent cure Counterfeits are worthless F lm Most men get married before they are old enough to know better A never failing cure for cuts burns scalds ulcers wounds and sores is De Witts Witch Hazel x Salve A most soothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the lm- y Tell a boy to do as he pleases and he will do it without a murmur When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at McRoberts drug store lm If a girl is really displeased with a man she dont tell him so Have you a sense of fullness in the region of your stomach after eating If so you will be benefitted by using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver They also cure belching and stomach They regulate the bowels too Price 25 cents Sold by R E McRoberts druggist lm Probably the man whose wife owns a pug dog has the sympathy of the Norris Silver North Stratford N H I purchased a bottle of One Cough Cure when suffering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle relieved me the second and third almost cured Today well man lm Indolence is to the mind what rust is to iron Henry Braydon Harris N C says I took medicine 20 years for asthma but one bottle of One Minute Cough Cure more good than anything else during that time Best Cough Cure did me more good than anything else during that time Best Cough Cure lm There is one redeeming feature about a folding bed even the most timid female doesnt have to look under it before retiring CbamberUla Cough Remedy a Great Favorite The soothing and healing properties of remedy its pleasant and prompt and permanent have a great with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children colds t croup and whooping as always afflbrds quick and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently as to an adult For ale by if n 16 toi B r r JLIlIllIOIIIIIIIIIIIi suffering Conclave McNamaraDr oldest arrested im- medIately land P Frisbie genuine F P Frisbie dog Minute lama P Frisbie didme F P Frisbie it y t l y r y Ohio awl ten tills F this taste curie favorite for Hugh relief baby litcliobart ira iat r s p T a VENICE THE MAINE COAST Svatmer Resort Projected by the Bftlllonalre VacktammB Thomas W Lawson yachtsman king multimillionaire horse breeder dog fancier and gas agitator is going to build a miniature Venice on the rugged coast of Maine reports a Boston correspondent of the Philadel phia North American He has bought two islands off Ston ington on Deer isle and has an option on 12 others he will pay for when the titles are proved to his These islands are situated in Isle Au Taut bay and are about 15 miles from the mainland His plans contemplate the building of the most remarkable summer resort in the United States The islands are all close together and many of them can be connected with bridges On Saddle Back the largest of the group about 40 acres in extent Mr Lawson will erect a magnificent palace for him self The whole matter will be placed in the hands of a landscape artist who will furnish plans which will the islands into a Venice in America The smaller islands will be cleared of everything unsightly but everything which shows the rugged beauty of the group will be left On some of the larger islands there will be conservatories and vinecovered vestibules Miniature parks will be filled with deer bears gray squirrels partridges and every game animal that lives in Maine The whole cost of the project will be above 1000000 CARVE NAPES ON TERRAPIN One of Slowflatnv Animal Serves aUMnoarlans an a Sort ef Autograph Album Southwestern Missouri has a terra pin which has been utilized for 20 years as an autograph album by those citizens across whose path it chanced to creep It is also concluded by late investigators that this slowgoing animal with the protected back is given to revisiting the same places at stilted intervals of severalyears That these animals survive for an period and sometimes revisit their former haunts is equally well established by a curious find made by Sheriff L Copeland of Maries county near Vienna The sheriff chanced to pick up a small land terrapin or land tortoise such as are eomraon in the Ozark country the roadside On examination the animal proved to be a living walking autograph album bearing the monograms of a number of prominent citizens of Maries coun ty and dating back over 20 years The shell was covered with initials carved with a knife Among them were W R E William Ellis of Holla Mo 1881 B H Bill Hoops 1888 a well known citizen now dead J P P Anderson 1897 J B John Bade 1897 excounty official Other initials were those of J Ellis and J T Hoops and one P O whose owner is unknown I Some of the monograms were well worn and barely legible Sheriff CopclJfiid inscribed his name with the rest nd started the terrapin out on snottier journey Sid Darling 1012 Howard St Port Huron Mich writes I have tried many pills and laxatives but DeWitts Little Early Risers are far the best pills I have ever used They never gripe lm Young widows like industrious gardners are anxious to get rid of their weeds Geo W Lane Pewamo Mich writes Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the best remedy for indigestion and trouble that I ever used For years 1 suffered from dyspepsia at times compelling me to stay in bed and causing me untold agony I am J completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia In recommending to friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails Thus far I have never paid Men are always taking advantage of the fact that a woman will give up everything for love Many physicians are now prescribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly having found that it is the best prescription they can write because it is the one preparation which 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semiannual settling time is at hand it is necessary that I collect all accounts owing me to pay my own bills I MUST HAVE ALL DUE ME This notice is meant for ALL indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and ex pense of calling in person Sallie D Tillett I i 4 X The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD THE American Investment Company v INCORPORATED 00 gOOt000 00 Capital SUekv i 25000- Keaerre Swells 135000- JL MUtFk K W Address all correspondence to vS Home Office J0 Have your a O ea I 1 E LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ood tnamtRfrxclasiazets pOTW PRESIDENT Mr McKinley Seriously Wounded by an Anarchist Named Leon Czoiggsz But May llecover TWO BULLETS iRED NTO illS BODY i I One Shot Took Effect in Rfflit Breast iusr a Painful Wound The Assassin Was Iraradatcly Arrested v Detectives and Locked Up aDd Has Made a Written CoafssioH Buffalo N Y rSepU 7 PresidentN was shot and seriouslY wounded by a assassin wmle holding a reception in the Temple of Music at the JaiiAmerican exposition a few minutes after 4 oclock Friday afternoon One shot took effect in the right breast the other in the abdomen The first is not of a serious nature and the bullet been extracted The latter pierced the abdominal wall and has not been lo cated At 1040 p m the following bulletin by the attending physicians was the only In dication of the condition of the presi dents wounds The president is rallying and Is resting comfortably At 1050 p m temperature 1004 degrees pulse 124 respiration 24 Signed by P II Rlxey II B Mann R Parke H Mynter anbln Countersigned by George B Cortelyou secretary to the president The president though well guarded by United States secret service detectives was fully exposed to such an attack as occurred He stood at the edge of the raised dais upon which stands the great iiilicent structure Throngs of people wded tit M the various entrances gaze upon thvir exccutlvi puivliureo to J clasp his hand The president was in a cheerful mood and was tnjjyin to the full the hearty evidences of vill which everywhere met his gaze It was shortly 4 p m when one of the throng which surrounded the pres Identhtl party a mediumsized man of ordinary appearance and plainly dressed In black approached as if to greet tho president Both Secretary Cortelyou and President Milburn noticed that the mans hand was swathed in a bandage or hand kerchief He worked his way amid the stream of people up to the edge of the dais until he was within two feet of tie president President McKinley smiled bowed and extended Ills hand in that spirit of geniality tho American people T FO well know when suddenly the sharp crack of a revolver rang loud and clear above the hum of vqices There Avas Instant of almost com plete silence The president stood stock still a look of hesitancy almost of be wilderment on his face Then he retreat rd a step while a pallor began to his features The multitude only partially aware that something serious had happened paused In surprise while necks were craned and all eyes turned as one to the rostrum The president retained the full exercise of his faculties until placed on the table and subjected to an anaes Ihetic Upon the first examination it was ascertained that one bullet had ta ken effect In the right breast just below the nipple causing a comparatively harm Jess wound The other took effect In the abdomen about four Inches below the left nipple four inches to the left of the navel and ubuut on a level with it Lpon arrival at the exposition hospital the second bullet was probed for The walls of the abdomen were opened but the ball was not located The incision was closed and after a hasty consultation It was decM1 remove the to the home of President aiilburn This was done the automobile 5 ambulance being used for the purpose f Arriving at the Milburn residence the task of for the bullet which hail lodged in the abdomen wa begun by Dr Roswell Parke When the news of the crime was tellphoned to the home of President Mil burn where Mrs McKinley was rest ing immediate steps were taken to spare her the shock of a premature statement of the occurrence before the true condi tion of the president should be Guards were stationed and no one was permitted to approach the house When it was decided to remove the president from the exposition hospital to the Milbuni residence the news was broken to Mrs McKinley as gently as She bore the well and displayed the utmost forti tude While the wounded president was borne from the exposition to the Milburn residence between rows of on lookers with bared heads a far different spectacle was being witnessed along the route assailants journey from the scene of his crime to police headquar ters The trip was made so quickly that the prisoner was landed safely within the wide portals of the police station and the before any one was aware of his presence the news of the attempted assassination having in the meanwhile been spread broadcast by the newspapers Like wlldftre it spread from mouth to mouth Then bulletins began to appear on the boards along row and when the announcement was made that the prisoner had been ta ken to police headquarters only two blocks distant from the newspaper sec lion the crowds surged down toward the terrace eager for glimpse of the prisonerThen a commotion With the leap of a tiger three men threw themselves forward as with one Impulse and sprang toward the wouldbe assassin Two of them were United States secret service men who were on the lookout and whose duty it was to guard against just such a calamity as had here befallen the pres ident and the nation The third was a bystander a Negro who had only an in stant previously grasped the hand of the As one man the trio hurled themselves upon the presidents assailant In a tvvfnkliug he was borne to the ground his weapon was wrested from his grasp and strong arms pinioned him down The crowds that a moment before had stood mute and motionless as in bewll dered Ignorance of the enormity of thing now with a single impulse surged forward while a hoarse cry welled up from a thousand throats and a thousand 7 men charged forward to lay hands upon the of the crime X The crowd surged forward regardless i of consequences Some of those nearest the doors lied from the edifice in fear of a stampede while hundreds of others from the outside struggled blindly for 5T ward in the effort to penetrate the crowd ed building and solve the mystery on Ihe slightly raised dais was en acted within those moments a trag edy character so thrilling in Its intensity that few who looked on will ever be able to give a succinct ac count of what really transpired Presi dent McKinley after the lirst shock of i the assassins shot retreated A step then as the detectives leaped upon his assailant he turned walked steadily to a chair and seated himself at the same f time removing his hat and bowing his r head In his hands i In an Instant Secretary and f President at his side His waistcoat was hurriedly opened the about him to remain calm and telling jT them not to be alarmed secretaryr No I think not answered the presi dent I am not badly hurt I assureyou Nevertheless his outer garments wereHastily loosened when a trickling Jp stream of crimson was seen to wind itsv way downIds breast spreading its stainover the white surface of the linen theirfears were confirmed bundins iiDoJition guards where he t 1 i 1 the Other in the H1 I 1 it t Mc Kinley would e t has W Illpe organ at the eat side of the t goo t an stealer to ascertained remarkably be- Ing ofhls a ent the t Co C soidrroJlatic In u meanwhile those jio ltl Pt IWitdn to the rear of4hi I I I l t AbdorneCaUS 4 mag 4 1 operating Newspaper Inside wpitresident admonishing worst ibkneaz rbad by and later he was turned over to Super intcndent Bull of the Buffalo police de partment who took the prisoner to No 13 police station and afterwards to headquarters As soon as the crowd in the Temple music had been dis sufficiently the president was re moved in the ambulance and taken to the exposition hospital where an examination was made The best medical skill was summoned within a brief period a number of Buffalos best known practitioners were at the patients side At police headquarters they were met by a strong cordon of which was Ktreet and admittance was to all but ofllcials authorized to take part in the of prisoner In a few minutes the crowd had from tens hundreds and in turn quick ly swclleil to thousands until the streets were completely blocked with a mass of humanity It was at this juncture that some raised the of Lynch him a was taken u and the whole crowd as if ignited by the Einsexinatfcli t us applied the Hang him Closer the Denser the throng became as new arrivals swelled each nio niont the swaying inuUitiide The sit uation was becoming critical when sud denly the big doors were flung opon and a squad reserves advanced with solid frVmt drovf the crowd back from the curb then across the street anti grad succeeded in dispersing them from about the entrance to the By this time there wOre probably 50 000 people assembled In the vicinity of Pciil Seneca Erie streets and the Ter race The crowd was so great that It be came necessary to rope off the entire street in front of police headquarters and at alate hour Friday night the police wore still patrolling the streets Jrf the neighborhood in squads of three or four Inside the station house were assem bled Dist Atty Penny Sueprintcndent of Police Bull Capt Reagan of the First precinct juid other officials The prisoner pro wd quite communicative1 to much so in fact that little dependence could be placed on what he said He first gave his name as Fred Xelman said his home wia in Detroit mid that he had been in Buffalo about a Week He said he had been boarding at a place in Broadway Later this place was located as John Nownks saloon a Rattles Law J1ffih1co ii t1 police l drawn across the pavement on Pearl the to these 4 y cry r ehp him sure of i sid was titrZd1 CFSCi UI Out Ty PRESIDENT WILLIAM MKINLEYT hotel ivo 1U7S Broadway Here the pris oner occupied room S Nowak the pro said he knew very about his guest Uurfalo N Yr Sept 9 The XRay ma chine arrived shortly after 10 oclock and a few minutes afterward Dr McBiirriey tile fairibusNew York surgeon drove hastily up to the Secretary Cortelyou and Mr Mil burn met him at the station The president who was free from pain for the lirst few hours after the has suffered considerably since and when unconscious or semiconscious moans as if in agony When completely con scious however he bravely gives no sign of suffering Maj and Mrs Rand who are intimate friends of the president and Mrs McKin hey reached Buffalo Sunday morning from Washington and went immediately to the Milburn residence Mrs Rand is one of Mrs McKinleys closest per sonal friends and her presence with tire presldents wife during trying period will be It is believed a great comfort to the latter Dr McBurney was at Stockbridge Ct summons to to Buffalo reached him and he came direct from there It is explained that Dr McBur significance and does not in reflect upon the attending physi clans It was simply desired that the best talent in the country in medicine and surgery should be present in order that in the event of a fatal termination of the presidents wound there could be no criticism and his family and friends would have nothing with which to themselves Dr McBurney is considered one of the leading surgeons of the country and his reputation is worldwide His counsel is desired although the presidents ad visers have the fullest confidence in Dr Park who also enjoys the highest as a surgeon Indeed he is by far the ablest surgeon in this part of the state Dr McBurney after a thorough exam ination of the president reported that he had not found a single unfavorable symp om there not being the slightest indica tion of peritonitis This opinion of the famous physician carries much weight Either directly or through the prime ministers every government in Europe has expressed Us sympathy Not only Jid King Edward and Emperor William able direct in their own names but the icing of Portugal King Oscar of Swe len the sultan of Turkey President LOU bet of and the king of Italy lave sent personal messages These 111011 irchs have not hesitated to denounce in he strongest language the deed of the The bulletins the presidents condition are being sent to ill abroad Should pcca arise a contingency only a very remote possibility Vice president to discharge the duties of president the latters disability the cabinet would have to determine1 and proclaim the necessity for such a course Buffalo N Y Sept a quiet peaceful Sabbath every word the big vineclad house in Delaware avenue in wInch the stricken chief magistrate of the nation lies bat cling for life was reassuring and SOn day night the chances of his recovery were so greatly improved that all of who have kept the patient vigil at his bedside feel strongly that his lite will be spared The developments of Saturday night and Sundaywere dreaded but hour after hour i passed and the distinguished struggling there beneath the watch ful eyes of physicians and trained nurses showed not an unfavorable symptom Five times during the the eminent aocTors and surgeons assembled and each time the vejrdlct 2ras unanimous that what change had was for the better Not the slightest premonitory torn of peritonitis appeared and the fresh hope borno with the morning grew stronger and vanccd untiL evening the conlij lrl tor Sunday s residence shooting come neys appearance In the case has no reproach reputation qulrert Ion 9Through hat thos for occurred SD1 ad denc eXDre e immediate anyway considered Prance cssassn considered for the patient consultation toward je VIiFVU aJ I 01 c can have a practical treatise on motherhood telling about MOTHERS mE0 t will of pain and trouble sent free bysending name of self or friends to flwJMr rU cafc prwfacc mtHm like Mothers Friend errlagtlQrI timonths a8ftBLBBBG17La ee Jj I orseatb7CxpfeslJIIi4oarecdPtol 1f Y5 J i save TM UataGa k t c Charles McBurney the famous New York surgeon who lid been summoned in con sultation a thorough examination he hart a ginsle unfavorable symptom joined in the last afternoon bulletin which de tinted that the presidents condition was satisfactory to all the physicians pres ent It is1 not strange therefore that the vice president the members of tin and other distinguished visitors who tailed came away with lighter hearts and buoyant tread and gave expression to the most ojitimistic The encouraging hews sproaq over the exposition city with great rapidity and thousands came in carriages in street cars antI afoot to learn for themselves of the faith and confidence that existed about the Milburn house When a score of newsboys darted into the crowd about3 oclock Extra The Presi lent Will Live 4t was with dilllculty that could suppress the shouts of thanksgiving that rose In throats And the newspaperniXJn many of whom have been at their posts for JS hours remained steadfastly thlouRh out day in the little white walled tents across the street front the house where the countrys patient lay and unshed the news over land and seat and yet despite all this optimism time presi dent by no means out of danger Not one of his physicians not one of his ad visers who is admitted to the inner has the temerity to go so far as to declare that he is But if he continues to improve for one more day time danger of peritonitis which is most dreaded will have practically disappeared I Thus far the the assassin which Is still in the body gives the physicians no anxiety But if the slightest appears in the region of the lead It will be immediately extracted No difficulty is in this regard All the effects of the ether which was administered when the operation was per formed on the exposition had Disappeared Sunday morning and the presidents mind was perfectly clear dur ing the time he was awake Sunday Sun lay for the first time he enjoyed natural sleep Between 9 and 4 oclock ho had solace of natural slumber for about foxsr hours and the physicians stated unoffU enllv thai hissUiei had bdeiuauict and 6L e oangU le afterf1 ld found n t cab- Inet continuously Is coun- cIls tiaIr ill Inflammation grot Hs tIme I toVXfy Dl In which sentiments t heir reposeful anu naa helped tne suiterer a great deal Sunday also for the first time nourishment was administered It was In liquid form and was injected to avoid the possibility of irritating the walls of the stonach The ixterlor ouhd was dressed Sunday morn ng and is progressing satisfactorily All lay the members of the cabinet and otis associated with the president and public life came solicitously and went iway almost jubilantly all reflecting time hopeful outlook at the Milburn house Vice President Roqsevelt received the Earlier bulletins and after going to 2hurch hurried to the residence There he was joined by Senator Hanna They xime away together and gave expression to the most confident and encouaraging sentiments The vice president not only shared the cheerful feeling but was ex tremely optimistic Both gentlemen took occasion to denounce unmeasured terms the statements gaining circula lion in some quarters that the doctors were not frank in their communications to the public They maintained that the presidents favorable condition was even jnderstated by the physicians through Later Secretary Cortelyou took occa slots to emphasize this very point by is suing an official statement assuring the public of time complete trustworthiness of the bulletins sent out by the physicians Senator Hamia came again in the afternoon and was seldom far removed from the Milburn house Secretary Root has taken up quarters immediately next door and was in frequent consultation with oral Knox called together about noon and indeed there was no time during the lay when some member of the cabinet was not in the house where his stricken thief lay Even those most prominent in public life did not see him as the doctors would not relax the ironclad rule they have laid to prevent the least drain upon his energies and vitality Those who came and went moved silently and reverently receiving the state ments from the doctors and departing SOLUTION OF A MYSTERY Alarming Appearance of Words fi Spider Webs at Toledo and Their Origin Toledos wonderful spider tery has at last been cleared lip days ago thousands of Toledo peo pIe flocked to a point on Canton smear the courthouse where in plain letters on a spider web appeared the words My Jim and Murder What made the denizens of thaLlocal ity shudder time they looked at it or Thought about it was the fact that the web was spun at time corner of a house in which Jim a colored man bad been murdered day or two before The letters were of white while the web appeared a few shades darker Yet it was the belief of who saw it that it could not have been the work of human hands reports a Toledo correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer Names appeared on other spider webs but the mystery remained un solved until a Mrs Leggett who came here from Detroit said her husband made he letters She made the admission to ease tIre mind of a servant girl who of insanity because of on hnjise Jtillpd Mrs Leg get said her makes time from fibers he from spider webs rmed with a string of letters he tOut hut to puttheni pu a web that Strikes his fancy The letters mire slightly moistened anti then TieggettV1 by a gentle breath blows them upon the they cling there as though spider Of course a stirring tweeze soon destroys the or blows theism to getlier does deftly one unless cognizant of Jhe method employed would suspect the decepi tiori lIe spread the ilame abontftb3 to use it for advertising purppses hy- podermIcally rs 72hour tageSecretary down web mys Several avenue h e ry tee tile fIe Je I V ban bit t He its no ii everybody bad shosvms signs weli where was hmimsbaimd letters takes placed there itself that call attentjon to his invention expecting IMPROVED HOG TROUGH Runts amid Young I1 1 KM Are Given n Equal Chance with the Larger Ones J y Its Use Yes you have the saute expc rience that I used to have with1 the whole pen of hogs little arid gen emily to the undivided advantage of the bigger and biggest crawling climbing rooting squealing a solid mess of wellpacked pork right into the swill trough at feedtime wallow higiind slapping put about all the swill that they do not succeed in gulpiiij down themselves leaving the little fel lows to suck the hind teat with a vengeance and to live on the hope of getting a taste next feed IJeeently however 1 played a the hoggish hog that made apractice of getting lengthwise in the trough with all four feet and after hall big practical joke on FEEDSAVING HOG TROUGH ward wallowing down for an after dinner nap and sunbath by biiildinsr some troughs after the plan of the herewith Now the runts and young hogs have an equal chance with the larger ones providing of course that the trough is longeiiough or there are enough troughs to accom modate them in a line abreast For the trough proper you can as well utilize the old ones as to build new New ones may be inadt of one one timid a half or twoinch lumber as best suits convenience Use two by four or two by six for the ground pieces at ends rest the ends trough on them if very long an additional piece in center is advisable then spike on uprights two by two or two by three touching edges of trough for rigid support and on this nail bracing if necessary On these lay a board or boards and nail fast The upright pieces should be made long enough to allow tub larger hogs toget their heads between tlie board and the edge of the trough anti reach the bottom This prevents climbing on or into the trough and eliminates the crowding feature This style of trough also makes an excellent arrangement for watering poultry and as a feedtrough prevents the fowls from getting in with their feet and mussing up anti scatteringout the feed When properly placed too it furnishes a certain amount of shade for the water in the summer The trough for either use is kept up out of muc usual about such a feeding place and preserves the wood from rotting Farm and Fireside Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance C- oG R SwihebroadAgt OflSAVtZED 183- 3pITMS NATIONAL BANK TAWnARTTtt TY Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10001 BUSINESS SOLICITED PromptAttentlonGuaranteed J M HIOQINEOTHAX PresideD LEWIS Y LIAVELL TlcePreildent B F HUDSON ve o BiflMzr Cashlei Assistant Cash OD WALMB Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHIQSINBOTHAX LXWU Y I AVLL- TM ARNOLD B F HUDSON JJV ALKBB mi BANE ooooo SURPLUS f10 OOOOC LANCASTER KY A B DENNY President JNO E STOBMES Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J P ROBINSON JB j E T EMBBY j A3tCshr Bodkseepei DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny- A C Robinson JohnE Stormes BEAZLEY IDEiQTCIJST Teeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Office In Buiidinff flauvillo street oppo ite Presbyterian churchj t JOHN 7 JOHNSTON V n CIVIL ENGINEER t Laacaster Ky All bnsinesg promptly attended to WMcCJOIlNSTO JOHN T JOHNSTON 6 JOHNSON illustration crosspieces Careful and Z493 1 OF tf I l II Kinnaird W ttllm Air the j t JOHNSTON J TEBx l 4 ts crosspieces THE CAPITAL i Sam v 4 Bookout 5 COUNTYSUIYEYOI 1 4ttoiey8 at A d dition and the circulation healthy and vigorous For then all refuse matter is promptly carriedout of the system otherwise itwould rapidly accumulate fermentation would take place the blood become polluted and the so weakened that a simple malady might result seriously A health active circulation means good digestion and strong healthy nerves As a blood purifier and tonic S S S has equaL It is time safest and best remedy for old people and children because it contains no minerals but is made exclusively and herbs No other remedy so thoroughly and effectually the blood of im purities At the same time it builds up the weak and de bilitated and reno vates the entire It cures permanently all manner of blood and skin troubles Mr E E Kelly of Urbana O writes five It would break out in little white pustules crusts would form and drop off leaving the akin red and inflam The did me no I used all the medicated and salves without benefit S 8 S cured mo andmy skin is as clear and smcoth as any ones and friends thought her caso hope lees Richard T Gardner Florence S C suffered for years with Boils Two bot ties of S S put his blood in con dition and the disappeared Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case Medical advice free SWIFT SPECIFiC CO ATLANTA GA TIMELY STOCK NOTES Whenever an animal is fed and no gain procured it is kept at a double loss A grade sire is bound to breed your 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the quantity prescribed and the name of person to whom prescribed but no physician shall make or sign any such prescrip tion unless Cocaine or Morphine is ab solutely as a medicine and any physician who makes or signs any prescription for Cocaine or Morphine except as provided in this section shall be lined not less than fifty dollars nor more than onehundred dollars Sec 2 Any druggist or pharmacist shall be lined not less than fifty nor more than onehundred 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 of or cocaine made by him his clerks or employees which sisal show prescription which prescription shall be preserved by said druggist or phar macist for twelve months and only one sale shall be made on any which register shall be open for inspection at all reasonable times by the City Attorney Any 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 edition of 1899 it shall bejmlawf for any person who is not a registered pharmacist within the meaning of the aforesaid Article 2 of Chapter85 Statutes to vend at retail compound or dispense any drug chemical poison or pharmaceu tical preparation for medical use or compound and dispense physicians pre scriptions Any person violating the provisions of section of this shall be fined not less than R Kinnaird Mayor W H Wherritt C C L CITY ORDINANCE Bo it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster Ky Sec I That it shall be unlawful for anyone to sell barter or loan directly or indirectly in this cjty any beverage liquid mixtureor decoction of any kind which produces or causes intoxication Any person violating any of tile provisions of this ordinance shall be fihediiot less than twenty dol tars nor morethah onehundred dol lars for each offense Rl Kinnaird arayor t- W n Wherritt O CL L w DISSOLUTION SALE 0 Thursday September 19 1901at the home of Mnir on the Union t vo miles froni JIicholasVlHe on the above date at 10 a m will be offered at the following property hundred shoatd of good stock 8 Sdntlidowri bucks 18 loort Ib cattle afut 2 milchcows in of milk with their calves 2 yearling steers l good combined work 2 1 brood mare by Wilkesl dam of Exploit 208 bred to Warlock pair of 2yearold of 4 year mules generul lot of stock hogs hemp brakes etc TERMS All cash other stock on montbstiire without interest Notes negotia ble and payable at First National Bank HCMUIR BRO v- aWJYNKAucfr UnioaMHi3Ky or f h Forewarned Forearined greatlylessened constitution n ofroots SSS system r had handa ana fnce for Mrs Henry SieJtfried of Capo May N J bottles S S S cured her or Cancer of the breast Doctors TH pro ment animal goodsized ot authorized violating section dollars morphine quantityto prescription Kentucky medicine ordinance fiftydollars f Bro t1lJ 1ve f ten215 feecU g mare1 air mar three Nl h I I I on written one of this ordinanced do- lan c i iic Muir Cites cows flow mart ist 5 i LAKORAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the puipcse of ageneral Real Estate business we offer our senices to the public bothto those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those whohave or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at thelaw office of R Davidson over Stormes drug store and list theirproperty for sale withus We will advertise it extensively in theRECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no released etc without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and toadvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of thealaeady listed with us r doing farms L CENTRAL indirectlyyour prop 1- flAVIDSON It House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway 3 vurauiliis and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry led and a nice yonng orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No lot in Lancaster Tills Property is Cheap and irill go Quick On of Hill street 70 feet front anti 325 feet deep or Ji feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid build lag site for a nice residence in n good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of time 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 Hill street adjacent to item No 2 70 feet front on lull street 325 feet deep or 125 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding No t Farm of 52 Acres on Mid dle Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the land has been In grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or hamp land the rest is rich and productive S ever failing water and iencing In good repair Land has been well treated 1 story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhonse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 9 House and lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep Nice residences are building all around tills property proper ty iu this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys ofKentucky River In Garrird county about miles north of Bueuft Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard G room twostory house In good and all necessary outbuilding Land in Tolleys Bend is fast Increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Bryantsville and About miles from Lancaster All good strong laud verv productive under fence anti watered Dwelling house is 2 high t rooms two tenant houses good barn ice house ery and ali other necessary out buildings are on the place Close to church good school and well fitted for stock raising No 20 Farm Containing ICO acres about 2 miles from Carters yule in Garrard county And 5 of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO 01 90 acres in grass good corn and tobocco lund watered by pools and creek never fail under good fence 2 story house containing S rooms with back and front porches and gooa sulphur well at door 2 burns aud tobac co latter 8Gx40xlt Church withiu 1 mile of residence ond school within of a mile A money making farm nicely situated No 14 600 Acres 01 Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Ciuciunat Southern Railroad This land is rich iu Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 13 Lot near Sul pliur Well Lowell KentuckyT- wo story frame house containing rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan No 1 Vacant East side excellent end County JJ Honse and 2 repairs Castet No 0 Farm of 0 Acres in Hock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Jnst across time Garrnrd und All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water IJi story log honse anti all necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st 1001 Irice within the reach of men of moderate means No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan yule Avenue Known is the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is 143 feet front on Danville Avenue veniently arranged in every particular has IS rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside mind outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient Louse and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the liirksville Pike balance nndei cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is in good repair House stories containing Grooms porch and lat ticed porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very fine large und well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A line farm of No 12 Farm of 8 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike 61 acres In grass balance under cultivation house C rooms und necessary outbuildings One of the largest and best barns in the cocatry Buildings comparatively new 2good orchards A very desirable farm and in good locality No 7 House and Lot In Danville Kj in Otter Addition on East Main Street house has 8 large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda hand somely finished inside and conveniently large bath room complete onttit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot is100 feet front 4S7 feet in depth nice stable lotand large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This lroperty speaks for itself No 16 Farm of 30 Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky One of time prettiest country residences Intime Blue Grass Uegion wIth SO acres of fertilelaud attached situated at Logaua in Jessa mine county Ky 5 miles from Nicholasvllle on a good turnpike and near raihoad 5 room cottage house magnificieut barn and kind of convenient outbuildings water No 14 Farm Containing 150 on Head Waters of Drakes Creek 1 mile from Lawsons school house y milefrom Good Hope Baptist cultivation balance in grass good pasture in fruiting prime best varieties In mill kindsof fruit Good 1 story cottage house nicely finished and conveniently arranged with a storeroom IHxao fete adjoining it Post olllce A good place for a coming merchant to wakemoney and make it fast No 5 Farm ofSC Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles front Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of whichhave been sown In outs and grass 25 acres of fineobacco or hemp land brings fine wheatand corn remainder In grass Stock water in abundanceSufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruitlug whole place under good fence 5roomcottage residence barn Ice house and all nec essary outbuildings splendid cistern etcWell worth what we want fo It T Pockcastle line J twostoryframe desired splendid moderate size Wateredby near town constructed every good fordoctor Acres in Garrarti church Sueres under neverfailing andIsre 1ff 4 For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson OR- LawOilicc over Storuios store Lotus Landrail Central Record ofBce i