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TWELFTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Syt at Second Ctast Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPT 26 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Jt Z- ct J enttnttot NUB J flS r 1- A r hg wF AMD TRA5HHAverse TERRORS T J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors S IURaVA9ETM1PlEMENiS Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward J GIlt J J rt 3 THE HOME N E W S i L50 to Cincinnati Sunday Fon SALE Good Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Lay in your coal It may be scarce this winter Winter buggy rugs cheap at Elmores You get rebate stamnaat W J for all repairl Pawpaws have appeared on the mar ket and are said to be plentiful Our 10 suits make a strong bid for your trade H T Logan New goods in Rings Belt and Sash PinS at Thompsons the Jeweler ONow is the tim to your buggy harness cheapat Romans Elmores There isnt a swell dresser in town too swell for our new suits H T Logan Come and see our line of Jarde niers they are Lancaster Grocery Co Louisville is the centre of attrac tion for Lancaster business men to day Lots for sale at 5 750 10 12 15 and 18 Lots of new fall suits H T Logan The stars and stripes floated at half mast on the staff in the Park last week It is true our 10 suits do not make the man but they help like thunder H T Logan poring your eggs and butter we pay cash for them Lancaster Grocery Company Take in the 150 excursion to Cin cinnati Sunday It may be the last of the season Try our fresh toastjra coffees and you will use no aider Lancaster Grocery Co That 10 bill will not rest in your pocket after you have seen our 10 suit H T Logan W omans Romans rk icl mil cow Romans beau A few watermelons were on the street Monday They were probably the last to be brought in Notice The school tax for the year 1901 is now due Please call at once and set tle E W Harris Col At Cost At Cost Our entire stock of surreys phaetons and road cost Elmore The remains of the infant of Mr and Mrs Mose Adams were interred at the Lancaster Cemetery Monday after Miss Sacray the Photographer will be in Lancaster from October 1st till the 5th Come in at once if you want work done There were many drunks in town Monday Policeman Turner made it hot for them however and run in several cells full you dont receive your copy of THE RECOUD report the fact and Un cle Sam will see about it Hes migh ty clever about such things A black horse mule six years old slit on left ear left my house Satur day night Reward for return to Geo Austin Lancaster sep122t Books Now Ready The books have been placed in my hands and 1 am ready to re ceive taxes Pay them now as a will be added later on tf S D Turner Last Service The last preaching service of the Conference year will be held at the Methodist church Sunday morning A large gathering of Methodists is ex pected The Lancaster delegation had a special coach to Louisville this morn ing It was secured through the ef forts of about the oply genuine in town John Farra The public roomat the Garrard Ho tel has been papered and the iron posts encased in woodwork Thisis a decided improvement The house is being painted and papered from top to bottom bUggl waon oat Ro s noon I hustler tax penalty Ten Dollars A SEASON OPENER Our ten dollar suits have gained us hundreds of customers and reader you too will counted among the number you want The Best 10 Suit On Earth We have our tendollar suits made in different fabrics in order to please every taste and we can honestly state that the man we cannot please with a ten dollar suit has in yet We make it our business to have the bestten dollar suits and weve got them The merchant tailor look stands out all over them H T LOGANThe OnePrice Clothier and Furnisher 1n n HI PIN t OOOOOC OOC b e i f l k t 00oooo KZ ooooo oo c oeo ooo0 0 0 oooorooooo00- l t so o 0- y o a 0o o Y o i H Ii m 0 o ym notbeen o L f m i4C tt must Die Leon Czolgosz the Anarchist was found guilty of murder in the first and will be electrocuted His lawyers will waste no time in appeal ing the case Preaching Sunday Rev Allen R Moore will return and fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening His meeting at Mill Creek been quite successful i V B F Collier one of Garrards most widelyknown citizens home near here Saturday He was in his eightyeighth year The remains were buried at the Lancaster Cemetery I offer for sale my residence in the town of Lancaster Ky on Lexington avenue Persons purchase can examine the propertyW Bradley Time to Sow Wheat Mr H A B Marksbury says To avoid the ravages of the fly ad vise not sowing until Have your ground thoroughly prepared and commencing at this date you can soon plant your wheat Lumber Laths Shingles Etc We have on hand 40000 feet sea soned oak boxing and fencing A car load of laths and cypress shingles Plenty of extra good ceiling and floor ing Prices right Ward Christian Endeavor- A business meeting of the Christian Endeavor is called for seven oclock Tuesday the 1st A full attendance is requested as business importance is to be transacted Will S Embry Cheap Rates to Lexington The L and N will sell round trip tickets to Lexington account of the Kentucky Horse Breeders Association Tickets on sale Oct 7th to 18 inclusive Final limit Oct 19th Reduced rates Every Second Monday Dr Hobson the dentist will be at the Garrard Hotel every second Mon day in each month fully prepared to wait on customers If you want up work done in the best possible manner see him tf Seed Wheat H A B Marksburv Sons car of northern seed wheat has arrived and test 64 to 66 pounds to the bushel We have several varieties of grown seed wheat screened and splendid for sale Get your seed wheat now Get Posted Do not think that if you come to see my Fall and Winter goods that are under obligations to buy for you not but come and post yourself about the styles so you will know what to buy when you do get ready J C Hemphill A Wild Goose Policeman Mat Siler has a wild goose or rather a tame wild goose which has attracted much attention Mat brought it from the South It feeds and runs with the chickens A wing was cropped and it cannot fly In Session The District Convention of the C W B M will convene this morning at the Christian church The hours will be from ten to twelve in the morning two to four in the afternoon Dinner will be served to the delegates and visitors at the church For Sale or Rent The house and lot of Mrs Osee Bush Nice property The house is a two story frame building and is situated on Richmond street in Lan caster Ky For terms call on or ad dress W I Williams 9174t Lancaster Ky Low Rates to Minneapolis One fare round trip Queen Route October 7 8 10 and 12th account National Convention of the Christian Church finest service in the south Be sure your tickets read via this line Ask ticket agent for W C Rinearson a p A The annual contest composed of representatives from the Garrard county will be held in Lan caster October 25th under the man agement of Miss Amanda Anderson Two medals will be given one for the the other for the best girl speaker Ages from 11 to 17 tf SHceessfal Season Many have already called on Jen nings Hughes to have their taken for suits and overcoats They are delighted with the quality and prices of the goods which are sent but by three of the best tailoring houses in the nation Fits guaran teed Office over police We have kept you this summer and if you wHl permit us will keep you warm We make a specialty of S at ht Creek coal but handle genuine Jellico other coals coal especially re quires no charring Collier died atbis For Sale desIringto Oct15th R G t date you Crescent particulars Contest best boy and courtroom w this Inter i H degree has would Some are public scbools measures Coal cool will and Blacksmith B Njrthcott Y O- u In Lexington Stanford Journal Mr W PWalton has bought a handsome home on Third street in Lexington and will move his family to it about the middle of He will of course continue to run the Harrodsburg Democrat which is already proving a good thing financially and otherwise A Fair at Crab Orchard The Interior Journal says there is a probability of a fair being held at Crab Orchard next season It seems that this would be a good idea as the place is easy to get to has all the necessary and would draw a tremendous crowd There is a good track and grounds there Push ft along Lawyers and Editors A lawyer in court may call a man a liar scoundrel villain or a thief and no one will make a complaint when court adjourns If a newspaper prints such reflections on a mans character there is a libel suit or a dead editor says the Aurora This is to the fact that the people believe what an editor says Telephone Rings Hello Is that themill Yes Send me 1 sack of feed and 2 bushels of chicken feed All right Cus tomer goes to his barn and finds his feed in box O K and says that is nice and that muck is nice but that much and no more dont buy cash wheat Call at the office Kindly Burnam pucker A Big Stock Pen After court day the Public Square was about as dirty a mess as ever sees Between the stock and eaters the street was left in a condition that would compare with the dirtiest pig sty We thought it was the intention of the to set apart a place to keep stock on public days but the law is now Lancaster Is Home Former Governor W O Bradley is well pleased with the manner in which he has been treated by his brother lawyers of the Louis ville bar It is likely that Gov will make his future home in Louis ville though he still claims Lancaster as his voting place The Governor by the way is not in accord with the local Republican machine oved to Cincinnati Stanford A ilc Roberts has bought out Mr Stoltz of the firm of Eggleston and Stolz box makers of Cincinnati and will go over in a few days The firm name will be Eggleston McRoberts and they will make a specialty of for the drug trade Their many friends here will give Mr and Mrs McRoberts up with much reluctance The Drys Nominate A number of prohibitionists were doing considerable hustling around Monday and we learn that they nomi hated the following partial ticket for county officers Jno Ison representa tive P S Terrill county judge R A Stone county clerk O J Hendren assessor Cyrus Eason jailer The were named as candidates for magistrate O T Wallace Wm Christopher and Morris Callico The Surveyors The corps of Southern Railway sur veyors have reached a point near Mt Vernon and pitched camp They have passed the point where the Danville line joins ours and are now taking out a few kinks on the line on into Jellico By the way Mr Wells the chief engineer is liable to drop into Lancaster most any day and the citi zens should make some plans to him and show him the coun ty He has doubtless been pumped full of hot air about Garrard being far behind some of our sistercounties and he should be given a peep at our Now dont say this is some More of THE RECORDS idle gab and forget this for it may be ere many moons wax and wane THE RECORD knows what it is talking about a few gas bags to the contrary notwithstanding Saps In Town Col Louis Hood superintendent of the K C was in town Monday for an hour or so He tells us the company has been spending much money on the Rowland branch and endeavoring to give us uptodate accommodations Mr Hood is one of the best business men in the service He has a world of responsibility on his shoulders but he keeps matters moving along smoothly and systematically He Is one of the few railroad officials who take time for a personal chat with a friend and is one of the most sociable have ever had the pleasure of We have had occasion to tell him for the people of Lan caster and while he has not seen to grant requests yethe has refused to grant a respectful and patient hearing If the final say was Win we would get more iayors the Ellen N More Local on page 3 November one Louisville Times Bradley JournalGeorge wholesale gentlemen- we never u J Buys accommodations Bulletin owing watermelon disregarded boxes following entertain resources regretted Heed knowing ninny troubles proper all with many from A ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY At the practically unanimous demand of my own party and urgent of other friends I have at last consented to become a candidate for the office of County Attorney on the Republican ticket I had not expected to again ask for the suffrage of my fellowcitizens but in view of the great number of electors regardless of their party affilia tion who have seen proper to insist on my nomination I have with some re luctance consented to accede to their request In thus again asking the citizens of my county for theirsupport for this one of the most important offices in the gift of ist people I am not unmindful of the fact is an office fraught responsibilities and duties it having not only an important influence on the maintainance of peace and finds it necessary to levy on your property each year to meet the current ex penses of your county affairs And in this connection I hope I may be pardoned for referring with some pride to my former administration of this important duty during the term I had the honor to occupy the office and when after my repeated as saults on all useless extravagance and on certain most time honored leaks in your county treasury the levy necessary to meet all the current expenses of your county and then leave a handsome surplus in your treasury at the close of the year was less than onethird barely more than onefourth of the amount of each and every successive levy for county purposes made since my retirement from that position And since the late decision of the Court of Appeals that the Court of the city of Lancaster no longer has jurisdiction to try whisky cases and with blind tigers not only flourishing throughout the county but with their Gov ernment Licenses all over the corporate limits of Lancaster actually boasting of their dispensing to your sons each and every week three barrels of whisky and over two thousand bottles ofbeer with the county attorney being here after practically the only safeguard to prevent their extending their sphere and running even wider open than office is of even greater than ever before to such of our parents as wish to protect their boys from this most vicious and destructive influence and it well behooves them to make no mistake in selecting and deciding who shall hereaftersay whether this condition of things shall continue to exist With a high conception of the duties of this office with a higher of my obligation to my own and my neighbors sons having stead lastly during the twentytwo years of my law practice refused to defend the keeper of a blind tiger nor in the thirtynine years of my existence taken a drink of whisky if honored again by your election to this high trust I pledge vou that whatever of experience ability or talent I may possess shall be exerted to so administer its important duties as to not only encourage and promote peace and good order and a strict obedience to the law throughout the county but also to prevent any and all illegitimate improper and unnec essary drains and expenses on your county treasury Fearing that pressing business engagements and the limited time left for my canvass may prevent my seeing each of you personally I take this method of announcing my candidacy and assuring you that if my candidacy meets with your approval I shall be very grateful for whatever assistance you may toward promoting my election Respectfully W McC JOHNSTON solicitation thatit with the gravest importantfactor nowthis importance conception Aug19 reader tL New Goods We are receiving daily our Fall and Win ter Dry Goods Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes Furnishing Goods and Clothing Our stock will be complete in a few days Call and see Iniran CD t Oo 0o 2- t2 if21 2 gt O I 0 I ti2 0o x k t Dry Goods Co I o ii l t t t t f t t tf t t t t T 1iY Jtif r 0O0 g 0 o o o 8 o o a o our stock 0a CENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster JTy Sept 26th LIVES of William ten respectively by Alexander Murat Ilalstead and Charles Grosvcnor are not only being offered to but urged upon the people says the Louisville Times And yet the body of William McKinley has not yet been returned to earth The mottoes of commercialism Put Money In thy Purse and Make Hay While the Sun Shines ALL honor to the Louisville men who are putting forth ry effort to develop the state should do all in their power to assist these hustlers Whats their interest is our interest They are not only hustlingfur Louisvilles welfare but the upbuilding of the entire state Lend them your aid by their enterprises IN all his business life which he at a salary of 500 a year Gage was never discharged and never sought a better position than the one he occupied All his came to him unsolicited He was evidently born under a lucky star It takes all kinds of hustling to get a job these days to say nothing of a raise THE Kentucky distillers have agreed to limit next years production to twentyseven million gallons Now if they could only be induced to improve the quality they would do a good turn by the thirsty public All most of the whisky made today could be used for is to sandpaper houses with THE woman is to blame again It was a womans handkerchief in which Czolgoszs hand was wrapped when he shot the President If the woman hadnt given him the handkerchief he would have had no way to conceal the weapon So it goes OUR old friend Seph Campbell of the Somerset Journal has we are to learn recovered from his recent illness and is back on the He sends out one of the neatest and best papers published in state GThe Lexington Leader says Drink water freely and often it is food and medicine If the Leader thinks it will convince the average Lexington man of its assertion it will find it is on a cold trail THE Massachusetts Frog Company has been organized with a capital of 5000 They will have to get more money than that before the public will toady to it HAVE you a sense of fullness in the stomach after eating inquires a medicine advertisement Where else the fullness could be felt is hard to say OLD brother Schley is the only the publics eye and the more his enemies fight him the greater he MUCK is being said of Freedom of speech What is needed is more freedom of rope Gilbert Turner sold 11 hogsheads of tobacco last week for 5ic Albert Church sold some corn to Job Marsee for 225 per barrel 31 B Marsee of Marksbury spent Sunday with Messrs James and John Turner Messrs J E Sherrow and Ed Owens spent Wednesday in Har rodsburg Grant Marsee returned home last week from Pineville where he has spent several weeks with friends and relatives Gilbert made a business trip to Louisville last week Joe Turner of Hiatts ville visited here Saturday and Sun day Messrs J T Upton and Huston Finley of Boyle visited here Sunday MANSE There will be services at the Pres byterian church next Sunday Some of our neighbors report frost in our community several nights last week Will Crow Doty left for New Or this week He will take a of pleasure trips during his vaca tion The sale of Bogue Allen was well attended Saturday Mr Allen and family will leave for Texas soon much to the regret of his There is a lady in this community who bought paper of pins here a few days ago and says it is the paper she has bought since she ried about five years ago Incredible as this may seem it is true Miss Georgia Dunn of Bryantsville has been visiting Miss Doty this week Jerry Higgins is on the Mr left for Arkansas Friday on a business B W Pursell Kintersville Pa says he suffered 25 with piles and could obtain no relief until DeWitts Wich Hazel Salve effectedpermanent cure Counterfeits are worthless F TFriabIe 1m n i I f 19o1 I icKinley writ McClure business Kentuckians patronizing began Secretary promotions getting delighted tripod patent heroin becomes BOURNE Turner I i cleans number many triends a mars Mrs sick list errJllR trip oc W are 4 yearn y 1 r and and of at j of J of BRYANTSVILLE a beautiful line of Millinery are cordially asked to call and inspect them MrsA S Haselden I have returned from Cincinnati with a beautiful line of fall and winter hats and you are cordially asked to call inspect them Mrs A S Haselden Rev Robinson will fill the pulpit here Sunday night at the Methodist church Fifth Sunday night Miss Lizzie Dunn has returned from Buffalo and other interesting points Mrs Eliza Ballard visited Mrs Allie Powell last week Miss Joe HellenMerritt leaves Tuesday to enter College at Harrodsburg Mrs Hallie Deatherage of Richmond is theguest of her mother Mrs Welch who has been quite sick R L Jennings visited his parents Sunday Mrs Johnson has returned from a visit to relatives at WillmoreMr Robinson was in this vicinity last week bidding her friends good bye before her return home to Texas Mr and Mrs Baylor Jennings of McCreary and Mr and Mrs Henry Clay Jennings Lancaster spent last Friday with B F Jennings and family Miss Una Montgomery will visit relatives Bohontown next week Miss Marchie Richardson of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Mary Berkele TEATEKSVILLE Rev Crouch writes that it will be impossible for him to assist in the pro tracted meeting which is a of great regret to his friends A great many from here attended protracted services at Gilead Sunday Rev Pike is pastor of the church and Rv Kuykendall during the meeting The school here was suspended by the trustees for a week or probably longer on account of Scarlatina Sev eral cases are reported among the pupils Of the school Miss Susie Sandidge gave a dining in honor of her guests Mesdames Eliza Sinclair from New Orleans Weaver Dunn and Margaret Uollins from Dan yille Those who were present were jjr and jjrs j w Tcater Mesdames Win Burton Win Simpson Dr Ray Kemp Walker and Miss Irene Simp son J W Brown is in with his brother Robert Brown help ing him in the store Mr and Mrs F B Grow who formerly resided here but now located in Mo are here on a visit to relatives Charlie Ham is rapidly improving Jesse Bogie has had the Scarlatina is convalescent Mr and Mrs Sam Totten have been visiting relatives in Madison Steve Ham from Lexington is visiting his fathers family Miss Laura San didge from Lincoln will visit relatives here in the near future Mrs Eliza Sinclair will go to Crab Orchard this week She has a host of friends here who regret to see her leave for her her Southern home in October Miss Sallie B Ray is the guest of Miss Gorer in Crab Orchard Lusk has been in our midst She is a most excellent superintendent FLATWOODS Geo S Owens has moved to Rock castle county J C Clouse bought of John Duderar- a mule colt for 30 J C Clouse sold 100 shocks of fodder to Wm Coldiron for 10 W H Furr sold to Edward Port wood the Roy S Lawson farm for 500 cash Jas Prather of Bedford Indiana has rented the house vacated by Mr Owens Candidates were almost as plentiful in this vicinity last week as fiddlers in the bad place Theoldest one of W G Gooches lit tie girls is very sick with fever Dr B Kinnaird is the attending physi clan There was preaching at Lawsons Chappel Saturday night and Sunday bi the circuit rider Rev Hobbs Mr Edwin Gooch of county who is teaching the Tyrone school visited W II Furr Saturday night and Sunday last Willie Elam of Fall Lick visited his uncle Geo S Elam Saturday night and Sunday last Mr Geo W Spangler and little daughter visited W II Furr Sunday Miss Doctie Spangler has returned home from Louisville where has visiting MT HEBRON Mr B A Duncan bought fifty acres land from Mr John Dunn Protracted meeting began at this place Sunday Rev Wolford of Lin assisting our pastor Mr Coleman Hicks is very low with fever Miss Edith Montgomery is sick with pneumonia Mr J L Crawford and family of Lexington spent last week with his brother Mr I Crawford and family Mrs Thomas Lemay and daughters Misses Pearl Bertha and Hie spentlast Wed nesday with relatives in Mr Joseph Rogers wife and two Jim and Wickliffe were the guests of U D Scott and family Saturday and Sunday Mr William with relatives here this week Mrs Mattie Clems nd daughter Miss Anna also Miss Dora Martin ofParks ville are the guests of Mrs Sarah Dun can Miss Pearl Sanders of Stone was with her sister Mrs Mattie Dun can Saturday night and Sunday v Mr Lloyd Sanders and sister Miss Jewel Montgomery Sunday We were sol circle again after such an I MisS ustie 250 nty mss are ten have Clarke whole for andcharminJCdaughter Hattie IIarrodsburgl the guests ofMiSs eM w to be Ed A I a I you sours 1irks Rocks sheen ster Boyle co wards Payne tit Stone were to P11iam Gro our 111 1a 1 e vine 1 o I H j A last will ford has 280 in at son 25 of PJiEAGHfiUSViLLK John Cress bought 2 mule colts for sixty dollars C Miller soon have his new house L Hutching bought a hog from Sprinkles at SJcts J Thompson has bought about 20 mule colts at from 20 to 10 Brown Thompson bought some nice cattle and a span of nice mules in Rockcaste county last week Rev R H Hobbs will preach his sermon for this year Sunday and leave for Conference aflShelby ville Monday The land trade reported last week between B F Ledford and Lute King failed to stand for some cause best known to the parties themselves Later J II Baughman Co of Stan bought for 8250 spot cash Jaines Lewis who has been sick for some time is better Richard Pettus gone to Springfield to help his brother Joe in the lumber business Miss Fannie Cockrill of Louisville is visiting Mrs J L Hutchins for a few weeks also to see something about school which has been under contem plation for some time PAINT LICK The tocacco crop is heavy in section and it is all about cut and housed The abutments for the bridge will soon be completed Salem Wallace Jr is learning the art of telegraphy under James Rucker E L Woods sold a nice bunch of feeders toJN Denny of Point E L Woods shipped a car load of cows and calves to Cincinnati Satur day The sale of Mrs Margaret Parks was well attended and sold well Earnest Woods shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati that averaged pounds Allen Thompson has opened a meat shop on main street next door to Fish and Companys drugstore There is a disease among the horses this vicinity they have a cough and the hair turns up the wrong way There will be an entertainment at Stony Point Friday night Oct 4th It will be free and everybody invited Marion Kuykindoll one of the work men on the bridge got hit on the with a accidentally Mon day and received an ugly wound Lee Ledford son of Mr Leander Ledford is very low with typhoid fever A Ledford of Lexington is home on a visit for a few days Miss Eliza Rucker of Lancaster made our town a flying visit Sunday Robert Ledford of Cynthiana is with the home folks this week R L Jennings has gone to the city to lay in stock of goods Sam Hender is on the sick list this week A little boy of Mr J M Meadows is very sick with typhoid fever Mrs C B Engleman has been confined to her bed and suffering a great deal from the effects of having a tooth pulled MARK Mr Ben Collier an aged citizen died at his home from a stroke of paralysis Thursday night Ills remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Saturday morning after appropriate exercise by Rev Wolford Messrs W D Marksbury and David Swope spent from Friday till Monday with relatives at Middleburg Mr Ike Arnold of Washington county is visiting the family of Mr Thomps Misses Jennie Pollard and Sue Sutton attended the box supper at Pleasant Hill school house Saturday evening John Chesnut and wife of Danville spent Sunday with J C Bo ner and family Frank Carney and son Willie of Willisburg spent days last week with relatives here wen B A Copass will deliver his farewell sermon at the Fork church Sunday We hope a good crowd will attend Miss Aggie Bourne and nephew of Bettis friends here Sunday John Marsee has returned from a several weeks stay in He is very much pleased with the country A number from here will attend the meeting at Mt We hope much good will be done Rev and Mrs B A Cooass extend many thanks to tha ladies of the Fork church for the handsome quilt given them Mr and Mrs HH Bogie have been spending several days in Dan vine TUNE w Mitchell bought of Will Noel head of sheep Lemon Teater bought of Ulysus Preston one sow and nine shoats at 25 Col James Parks bought of F M Folger at 25 he bought Hance Land one fat cow a 275 per 100 Ibs There will be a picnic at Scotts Fork scholars All are cordially invited to attend bring a basket of lunch We expect a good time C W Mitchell is visiting in Mason county and other places Charles Forbes and Mr of Madison county C MMoherley Sam Duncan and wife visited Mat of and attended Sunday school at John Sparks is with typhoid in fever j a ger toe G1ir ff Jill completed Ym Leave everything forehead shovel URL Arnold several visited Oklahoma Heb- ron I C at55 J sot C theplace anew one fat cpw Barnes visited Fo verY ill I s of with this Was vere ed now We Mr one she an try it ute a is R uj is Miss Jennie Pollard and Sue Sutton Marksbury spent Saturday night Aggie Bourne Kinnaird Bourne spent Sunday in Stanford Martlia Leak has returned from a visit to friends and relatives at Lon don Rev T L Coleman spent a few hours with Mrs Am Bourne Monday Ed Arnold of Darivillespent Sun day with his brother T M Arnold at place Cleveland Bourne so unfortunate as to receive a kick tram a colt has been confin to his bed for several days but is improving slowly The supper at Pleasant lull was in every way a success and among the many nice baskets was Miss Fannie Austins which was sold for the most thank Mr Turner for his kindness The neat sum of 20 was made Little Ruth the bright daughter of and Mrs Mose Adams died on Sunday night It is hard to part with so young in years but we know was too sure and sweet for this world and that God has called her to baa little angel in the great beyond Much sympathy is extended to bereaved ones Sid Darling 1012 Howard St Port Mich writes I have tried many pills and laxatives but DeWitts Little Early Risers are far the pills I have ever used They never gripe 1m Beauty may have no real advanta ges but it catches the floating vote A never failing cure for cuts burns scalds ulcers wounds and sores is De Witts Witch Hazel Salve A most soothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the gen uine 1m is easier to protect ones selffrom enemy than from a fool friend When you want a pleasant physic the new remedy Chrmberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at McRoberts drug store 1m When a married woman sits for a portrait her husband has to stand for Norris Silver North Stratford H I purchased a bottle of One Min Cough Cure when suffering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle relieved me the second and third almost cured Today I well man 1m An old bachelorsays being nine points of the law with women 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 Tablets They also cure sour stomach They regulate bowels too Price 25 cents Sold E McRoberts druggist 1m The popular watering place at this stage of the game is the otlice water cooler Henry Braydon Harris X C says took medicine 20 years for asthma but one bottle of One Minute Cough Cure did me more good than anything else during that tithe Best Cough Cure did me more good than anything else during that time Best Cough Cure 1m Instead of seeing snakes and other reptiles the bibulous tramp sees axes and wood saws When you want a modern physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect cents Samples free at McRoberts drugstore A pretty girl who wears a perpetual smile may be jolly but the monotony is something fierce 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 contains the ele ments necessary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kind and it therefore cures indigestion and no matter what its cause F PFrisbie 1m The older a man gets the it for him to feel sorry for a woman whose pug dog has just died Deeds rather than words prove an old mans love for a young girl espec ially deeds for real estate Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Great Favorite Thesoothing and healing properties of remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and wlwoping cough as it always affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently baby as to an adult For sale McRoberts druggist Readymade advice very seldom Cured ofChronic Diarrhoea After Thirty Year of Suffering Isuffered for thirty years with diar rhoea and thought I was past being cured says John S Halloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered much that JL had given up hopes ofrecovery I was so feeble from the effects o f the diar rhoea that 1 could do no kind o f labor could not even travel hut by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after tak ing several bottles Iam entirely that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that reach of all who suffer as I For sale by R E McRoberts druggist nll rIS Mrs the- Ir bests F P Frisbie F P Frisbie It N F P Frisbie belching F r Frisbie PriceS I I dyspepsia harder this byR- E I have t 1 I y w 4 Huron posse upte late y o hose fits ured the I A fjl is J can j x to I Almost every train from the North to Danville for the last three weeks has brought us more or less new goods until now our big store full to overflowing with attractive merchandise Every department of our stock has been kept up to the standard of excellence and in our ReadytoWear Department we have exceeded all our previous efforts and feel of greatly increased business this season Suits We offer over 200 for you to select from and feel sure that we please you in styles and colors and price Prices range from 10 up Many nevideas in short skirt walking suits from 15 up Separate Skirts More than 30 distinct styles in Cheviots Venitians Cloths Pebble Cheviots c everyone strictly new in every detail Unlined walking skirts in a great variety of styles and prices in black and colors from Black and Taffeta Silks Skirts will be greatly used this season and we are offering many special values from 1250 to 30 Also in Peau de Soie at 16 up Black Taffeta Skirts closely tucked all over with deep graduated flounce with 6 rows hemstitched tucks on flounce Silk Waists In black white old rose resida green pink blue cadet red tan and brown more than 150 in all prices from 1 to 850 Furs An immense line of scarfs and long boas from the cheapest on up to expensive goods Special value is a long real Sable Fox Boa with two very large full tails at 750 Dress Goods An excellent line of highclass plain black goods in Venitians Broadcloths Cheviots Coating Zebillines Meltons Kerseys vhipcords c from 3 a yard Full line of colors in fine cloth and Venitian at i 150 and 2 a yard Twenty kinds of heavy all wool goods suitable for unlined walking skirts If you cant come write for samples Velvets and Silks This is a velvet season Velvets for trimmings for dresses and for millinery Velutina Velvets and corduroys for walking suits cos costumes and waists You are sure to want some of this now or later wfc carry a full line of colors Black Taffeta Silks to 36 inch at soc Ai a yard guaranteed black Peau de Soie at i 150 and 2 Millinery Opening When we will have on display over 400 New York trimmed hats Full line of the celebrated walking hats made expressly for us by Phipps Atchison Ladies Hatters creators of style for the world Prices will be very reasonable and it is to your interest to attend as this is the event in fine millinery for this section of Kentucky fWjl V f f 3 I j Ky 2fa confident 4 up 71 to I S Friday ann September J galla g r 7 t w allVllle Worsted 75c hursday 27111 18th 1 7 r J anvle I s It GOLDSTEIY 5Y- DP EYE SPECIALIST OF LOUISVILLE LANCASTER AT MASON HOTEL Saturday October 19th One Day Only Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Oflicehours 9am Home Office 110 West Burnett Avenue Louisville Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and digestive is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand allotherresults LargeslzecontaloaZHtlmea small size Book all about Prepared by E aDeWITT AGO Cblcoflo Three Years In Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth shat have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 8750 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all th3 teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at Tocts DR HOBSON DentistT Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Reference Richmond National Bank RICHMOND KY KY KY r to5pm Kodoi reconstructing lrlce5OC and St sta K I I aI organs entucky Lancaster Marble Works ALL IvINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from SS upward Call at works near the depot S 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 WHITER LANCASTER KY R KiNNAIRD INSURANCE Representing FolIoiiiiCoipw Aetna f QueeR MrJ Palatine National Hartforil Conneticnt German American Jhenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool XoadoB Globe Nortlt British Mercantile A If If Life w CIlf lartflriC11 1 r Fall Millinery is now complete and we cordially invite our friends to come in and see our HATS Our regular opening will be Saturday October 5th Respectfully NOEL SISTERS j H tt it r f J J J J J J J Ji J J J J t Ourstock i ww p o Where d the Home y TTTT PEOPLE o ooaooo OA04000 TT Q Have 0 Visited 0 p4Ud Dr W is in Louisville this weekMr Fred P Frisbie is in Cincinnati selecting his Xmas goods Charlie Philips has been very sick with pneumonia athis fathers Mrs Denton of Somerset is her sister Mrs W H Kinnaird Mrs John M Logan has returned from a pleasant visit to Covington rel ativesMessrs J C Thompson and R L are in the city purchasing fall goods Juliet Rogers and handsome son Jsseph are m Cincinnati for a few days Mrs Frank Bacon and baby of are guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Anderson Misses Fannie and Bettie West are spending a few days with friends in LouisvilleMiss Dooley of Kentucky is visiting herparents Mr and Mrs P Dooley Rev and Mrs Eklar of Vanceburg are guests of Mrs T D Chest ut and Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mrs Leonidas Robinson and her mother Mrs Sparks leave this week for a visit to Nashville Mrs G S Gaines and daughters Misses Julia Mae and Nannie of Dan vine were visitors here Thursday Mrs Mollie Swope of Indianapolis and Mrs W S Moberley of Knoxville have been with relatives for a few daysAl Warren represented the Lincoln Democrat Monday He takes to news paper work readily and is making a successShelby Tribble of this office made a business trip to Richmond Satur day He had time enough to see his folks and wink at his best girl how Mr J M Logan returned Saturday night from the East where he pur chased great quantities of goods for the Logan Dry Goods Co Watch his ads and see the many good things they have to offer Mr H M Ballou who has been in bed most of the summer suffering with a stomach trouble is we are glad to say able to be back at his store He says he feels a little weak yet but is gaining ground He looks much better Stanford Journal Senator George T Farris and Hon R H Tomlinsou of Lancaster passed through to Casey Friday afternoon They shook hands with several thousand people more or less at the Maccabee picnic at Liber ty Saturday Judge William McKee Duncan a member of the Louisville bar was here last week to see his sisters and brothers whom he has not seen for several years He once resided here and of Lancasters most prom inent lawyers SBeazley r visiting Jennings Dire r ever Louisville Lexington I was one Squire W H Kinnaird was in Mid dlesboro the past week Mr Jonas Rucker of Paris spent Sunday here with his parents Mrs Robert Embry leaves this week to visit Miss Miller of Louisville Mr Will Walker is at home again from a visit to relatives in Indiana Master Howard Rheinfrank of Cin cinnati is visiting his aunt Mrs T B LongMiss Jane Petty has accepted a in Miss Sallie Tilletts milline ry store Mr J A Beazley is in Louisville this week attending the Undertakers Mrs R Zimmer and daughter Miss Elsie have returned from a visit to CincinnatiMiss Smiths friends are glad she has accepted a position with R H Batson again Mrs Joe Arnold and handsome son of Richmond have been visiting Mrs George Farris Mr Duncan and little son of Nich olasville have been visiting his daugh ter Mrs Sam Haselden Miss Bettie Miller leaves this week to spend the winter with her brother Mr Sam Miller of Knoxville John Norris who is at Frankfort ill of fever is some better and willre turn as clerk in R H Batsons store Prof K F Postel went to Danville Tuesday evening where he was given the Council degrees in the Masonic lodgeMiss Gena Dunlap after a pleasant visit to Misses Bertha and Mary Burn side leaves Saturday for her home in LexingtonMr T McRoberts orders his paper sent to Covington he and wife having moved from Stanford to that city notice of which appears in our local column Mr W II Pope returned home from Indiana last week where he had been visiting his brother Elijah He says there is a scarcity of farm labor in that state the many factories giving employment to the men Ed Walton was here Monday look ing after the interests of the Interior Journal which is one of the best pa pets printed in the state Ed can get around and see more people in less time than any man we ever saw Hes a natural hustler Mr J Joseph returned Monday night from Cincinnati where he had been observing the Jewish holidays and day of atonement We know of no one who lives up more closely to his relig ious belief than does Mr Joseph He is a splendid man in every way and a citizen that is a benefit to the commu nity No one does more charitable work than he Mr Ike N Arnold an old Lancaster boy was here from his home inMack ville Monday For some time after leaving here he conducted a black smith shop but is now runninga large implement business Ike has a fine business and we are glad to say is in good shape He was our schoolmate and his visit was greatly enjoyed position Association established ijc fi00 OO Now We 1 have the celebrated Winchester Blue Rival Shell loaded with Du pont Nitro which we 1 C2 will sell as long as they last for 5o cts a box You wIll do well to your 1supply in advance as you cannot get these shells aynwhere else at 0 that low price I Dmg Store t oo o o J f s I ii J I J t i fit flrl I tt t t t lt1 t Ibt t ttII1t3ll I fill 1 1 r f I f 0 Mr1Hunter1 Dove shooting is here Pawder L I engage frisbies d 4 r z r YY 1- z h Harry Tgrnlinson has entered Lex ington Business College Mrs Lelia Bettis of Bardstown is visiting relatives in this city Miss Philips of Stanford is Visiting her sister Mrs Cal Nevius Mrs Tram Conn of Missouri is vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Ar nold x Mr Chas H Pollard of Corbin is vis iting his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Katie Hood is again with her aunt Miss Emma Hood and will en ter college Mrs R F Scott of Vernon Texas is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J Tram Conn Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a delightful visit to Miss Hemp hill in Nicholasville Miss Mollie Spainhower has accept ed a position at the telephone in Lexington Mr Todd Scott and daughter Miss Lucy have taken rooms for the win ter at the Garrard Hotel Miss Florence Darnall who has been Miss Florence Harris guest has re turned to her home in Maysville Mrs K Colsbton of Middlesorough mother of Hon Dave Colston is her daughter Mrs W B Moss of this city Dr Al Price of Stanford who has been visiting his mother near Lancas ter returned home Monday much benefitted by his vacation A little surprise was given Mr J E Stormes Monday evening It was his steenth birthday aud his wife know ing his aversion to any kind of show decided to prepare a bountiful supper and only have two of his best friends to help Mayor Bob Kinnaird and ye editor were the fortunate guests They went to Mr Stormes store about six oclock and informed him they were going to supper with him Well if you think you can find anything to eat up there come on he repliedtbinking the matter a joke We found something to eat no mistake The supper was elegant and what Bob and the editor did to it was a bountiful sufficiency Bob says he wishes John would have a birthday dinner every and its needless to say what an editor thinks on the sub ject of a square meal Our sanctum was honored last week by a call from Mr W M Bogle of Ow ensboro who with his wife was at Mr W H Wherritts Mr Bogle is agent for the L N at Owensbo ro a position of great responsibility He has been with the road for many years and stands at the top notch with the officials He is a Christian gentleman and one of the best busi ness men in the employ of the L N road It was he who tried eo beat in to our little hard cranium the impor tance of sticking to business when we were a little dirtyfaced boy but we were at that age when we knew more than any business man in America He gave us a start in the railroading but pettycoats crowded out all ideas of business and thats why we are on short grazing today Mr Bogie has many old friends in Lancaster and his visits are greatly enjoyed by all Women and Jewels Jewels candy flowers man that is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow er to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu ous consequences colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Boschees German Syrup It will promptly arrest consumption In its early stages and heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system It is not a cureall but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all bron chial troubles You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special 6m Square dances come handy when there isnt enough to go round BrainFood Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain another for mus cles and still another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but itwill sustain every other part Yet how ever good your food may be its nutri ment is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular doses of Greens Au gust Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac 6m The man who invented work to have finished it Cut and Bruises Q sickly Reeled Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less than treatment Unless injury is very severe it will not leave a acar Pain Balm also rheumatism sprains swellings lameness for sale by R E McRoberts druggist 5 y PollardMiss visit- Ing devour it week often v Nora exchange visiting ofcoughs Almanac and ought time another the cures and a r E x ADDITIONAL LOCAL Since Jack Stormes caught that biff fish the banks of Col Joe Arnolds pond have been lined with fishermen and lie has been compelled to stop them as his cattle can not get to the water and his fences are kept pulled down Important W C T V Meeting THE RECORD is requested to an important meeting of the W C T U to be held in their rooms next Saturday afternoon Every earnestly requested to be pres ent as matters of vast importance are to be looked after I have moved my clothing samples and insurance office to Dr Kinnairds building on Danville street where I will be glad to wait on my customers Fine line of clothing samples fits guaranteed and prices to suit you tf J H Kinnaird A Good Idem Mr Wm Ward has placed a great quantity of the finest fish in his pond on Lexington street and has very posted the same A gang of negro boys watch every opportunity to fish and sein pondsand steps should be taken to stop them After posting it load the shot gun Will Move Soon Jim Maret and Col Bastin the tel ephone kings tell us the local office will soon be removed over Stormes They have been making preparations for this move for several months It is a big job but that is the kind this pair of gents like to tackle What they dont know about phones is not worth knowing It would not surprise us to hear that they had connection with the man in the moon To the voters of the City of My term as Police Judge will January 1st 1902 I am very thankful for past favors and take this opportunity to announce myself as a candidate for reelection to the same office the election to be held Nov 5 1901 I have nothing to offer only my past acts as Police Judge and if you should favor me with the office again I will discharge my duty fear or favor to any one to the best of my ability E BROWN Basins Was In Earnest A white preacher was conducting a religious service in a colored church in NorthXarolina and called on a good old colored deacon who prayed as Oh Lord gib him de eye of de eagle dat he spy out sin afar off Glue his hands to the Gospel plow Tie his tonge to de line of truth Nail his ear to de Gospel pole Bow his head way down between his knees and his knees way down some lonesome dark and narrow valley where prayer is much wanted to be made Noint him wid de kerosine ile of salvashun and sot him on fire We Need More Like Em Danville M Farraone of the very foremost hustlers in all Garrard countys public enterprises was in to see us yesterday Mr Farra is Secretary of the Commercial Club and in that capacity has done some valuable service to the county What he and Bob Kinnaird Lancasters May or and Louis Landram the editor of the Record cannot do is hardly worth attempting Mr Farra tells us that a committee fifty strong will visit Louisville on Kentucky day at the State Fair all of whom will do some tall work to get the aid of Louisville securing better railroad facilities for Lancaster Fall DressGood for Women In suitingsand dressgoods the styles will closely follow those of last spring Those most in favor are the smooth plaincolored cloths with a satinlike finish However there are many handsome novelty cloths in mixed goods which will also be Broadcloth still holds its place and will be used extensively Zibeline is a comparatively new material which promises well It is a smooth weave with a high finish and shows tiny hairs on its surface Cheviots and tweeds make attractive tailor suits suits which are destined for hard wear Panne cloth is a silky and makes a very attractive gown Velvets and corduroys make handsome suits and when lined with silk of contrasting color are very chic Helen Louise Morris in the October Womans Home Companion To Marry la October Knoxville Sentinel Informal an nouncement has been made of the coming marriage of Mr Thomas P Miller of this city to Miss Julia Grassley of Chicago The wedding which is to occur on October 1 is to be a church affair and very unique The only gentleman in attendance will be the best while the will act as ushers Miss Grassley is a very beautiful and talented girl being an artist of ability Mr Miller is well known here and has many friends in this and other cities He holds a responsible tive position with the Quincy and Wagon works of which be is a large stockholder He is of Capt and Mrs W S Miller and his is one of the most highly es in city They here several years ago from Lancaster Ky where they have many relatives and friends among the leading people of Kentucky After a bridal to Mr fillerwill bring his bride to his hams Arbor Lodge near park where she will be gladly welcomed by his many friendsl i i Moved drug store A Card follows NewsJohn popular rich material mao Carriage theSon 1 r l announce member sensibly Lancaster expire without remarkably bridesmaids considerable exec teemed this came loaf Buffalo Cb11ho Tee J e t High as a Hack A lady entered one of our popular groceries recently and not being waited on right away cast her eyes about to select something new to buy She soon spied in the show case some very artistic tissue paper wrapping What can I do for you this was the polite inquiry of the clerk Oh she replied you must have something extra wrapped in that tissue paper Yes maam the clerk they are Irish potatoes and very fine eating And what are they worth The clerk screwed his courage up to the highest notch and replied Three for a nickel Leader Court Day The largest crowd that has been here for several years came in Monday but no great amount of business was transacted There were mule colts by the hundreds but buyers claimed the owners wanted too much money for them and on the other hand the said the buyers wanted them to give the colts away However only a few were sold and the great majority were taken back home At the pens there were 450 cattle steers selling at to 2ic heifers brought 2i to 3c calves sold at from 10 to 13 Some cows and calves brought 25 to 40 W Terhune Harrodsbug bought twenty mule colts at an average of 21 Eubanks of Hubble bought about mule at from 25 to 60 Fox and Logan of Danville bought several work mules atfrom 75 to 100 W B Burton bought of Fish ofWilmore a pair of mules for 200 memorial Services The exercises at the court house last Thursday held in honor of the dead President were very appropriate and interesting There was an chorus America sung by ten pretty girls dressed in solid white Rev Mr Wolford read a chapter from the bible prayer was offered by Rev Mr Robinson Mrs Ethel Beazley read an appropriate selection and address es were delivered by Prof Patterson Mr W I Williams and Capt Hern don A quartette composed of Mes dames Belle Burnside and J W Swee ney and Messrs Ward and Hemphill furnished beautiful music Mr WmH Wherritt presided over the meeting The house was crowded all of whom were delighted with the The business houses were closed from noon til tour oclock The post office and banks were closed all day MEMORIAM Lebanon Enterprise Mr Warren Russell aged 27 died near Gravel Switch Wednesday night after a weeks illness of typhoid fever De ceased was a promising young man For many years he had taught school and was considered an able scholar Three years ago he turned his to the study of medicine and had spent three years at the Kentucky school of medicine Louisville In one more year he would have finished his course In 1895 he married Miss Anna Rains of this city the daughter of Capt Wm Rains deceased and a brother of Mr James Rains the Su perintendent of the Water Works Co Eight weeks ago he was seized with typhoid fever which assumed a form from the start By his side stood his faithful wife until she was stricken down by the same disease She was moved to the home of her brother in this city and Sunday was taken to Elizabeth where she is doing fairly well Her condition however is such that the death of her husband has to be kept from her Through his illness his mother and step father Mr Jar vis of Lancaster and two brothers were by his side constantly Two oth er brothers of Decatur Ill will this morning Funeral will this afternoon at 3 oclock at Ry der Cemetery services by Dr Graves Besides his devoted wife deceased leaves two children four and two years of age and a host offriends relatives to mourn his death The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community A Liberal Proposition Several efforts have been made in recent years to establish a library in Lancaster but nothing has ever come of the move We were informed the other day that another attempt would be made and we then heard a remark that he would be one of three men who would donate eight hundred volumes to the library provided as stated above that two others weuld give the same number or its equivalent The gentleman re ferred to has one of the best tions of books in Garrard county and thdy are all in good condition nice bindings and late works He says willing to place them in a suitable room to selected and maintained by the town or in any other substan tial way Here is a splendid opportu nity to establish one of the most portant improvements the town could possibly secure at a trifling cost There is no doubt bat that there are many other people who have books who would cheerfully place them at the disposal of such an organization and the cost of keeping some one tolook after the room and keep track of the books City could well afford to do that lint this will to be up later The thing tp0do is have a meeting inter ested in matter select suitable committees and go at it to a like way The gentleman told j we could give his prime reliable and be would then assist iir carrying sclreme to a successful ead It there is one interested the matter they pl ft co imkat with 2 morn- Ing replied Fulton sellers col bycitizens exercises seven attention dangerous arrive and gentleman tie lIP as have mann who the Will 0 Cats opening aI- N terrible Hospital occur toll his for the taken of those the n meant business DY din T R aoHD once e sea You SAVE 25 per cent BY BUYING 5ECDNH HAND 5CHDDL BOOKS AT I 1 McROBERTS ORGANIZED 188S cITIZ1NS HATIONAL BIN OF LAH CASTES JT s Capital Surplus Pumd 35OOOO 10000 SOLICITED PromptAtt Btl me swstaU Y LKAYBU B F HDDBOH W O BITOD WALXU VlcePretldeai Cuhle Assistant Catni Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHieaiHBOTHAM LBWU Y LXATJIX T X ABXOU B 7 HUDSO- HJJYULTBK Insure with the Sew Trie Lire Met Co and the Continental lire Insurance B SwinebroadAgt S BEAZLEY HUSINI J K Co- G L Uarefaland Hlaelxzor tAt Presidel awnS t DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with in Bulldtnr Danville street oppo Ite Presbyterian church JOHN TJOHNSTON CIVIL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR- All business promptly attended to W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Q B SonATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store L F HUBBLE Attorney at law Real Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms the Bookont IDRUGSTORE 2 NATIONAL BANK I CAPITAL 55 07 tSULU LANCASTER XI ABDEHHT President JNO K BTOMIU Vice President B C DKNNY Cashier I S I J F ROBINSON JK Asat Cashr B T EMBIT Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes Kinnaird ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in where other lands can be purchased or rented WIIUAK HERNDON tf Assignee DISSOLUTION SALE Of Thursday September 19 1901 at the home of H C Mnlr on the Mills two miles from NicholasYlIle on the above date at 10 a m will be offered at public sale the following property hundred shoats in 215 good stock ewes 8 Southdown bucks 18 1000 Ib feeding cattle 2 fat cows 2 mUch cowa in full of milk with their calves 2 yearling steers 1 good combined mare 1 work yearling 1 brood mare by George 2O bred to Warlock pair of 2yearold marE mules pair of 4 mare mules i general lot of stock hogs hemp brakes etc TERMS All hogs cash other stock on three months time without interest Notes negotia ble and payable at First National Bank of Nicholasville H C MU1R BRO GWLYNE Auctr Union Mills Vy PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public sale on ises 2i miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike on Tuesday Sept 24 1001 to the highest and best bidder the following personal property 1 horse buggy and harness 1 Jersey cow 12horse wagon 1 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 and the other in corn Sale begins prompt ly at one oclock p m Terms known on day saleMrs E Lear W H desiring if C Muir ok Bro Wilkes myprem neighborhood how dam H Important Notice As semiannual settling time is at hand it is necessary that I collect all accounts owing me to pay my own bills I MUST HAVE ALL DUE ME This notice is meant for ALI indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and of calling in person Sallie D Tillett The Time For i TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little- R KINNAIRD THE American liwisbnent jipany Reoerre Snrphw Address all correspondence u V C iv Home Office Good terms to irstcka agents i XW i expense 4 tW mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmm Q Capital steek oi 00800 ti e 00 f of j JDaNGTONV 0 e o EI El I I EE E Y MUI 1 INCO1tPORASTD h f 1210100 erst 81911 tot TUCXY tr Pg j t c 1 CI A u r I Frank Bourne sold a mule colt Mon day for 90 Sales of a lot of corn at 350 a and a bunch of fat hogs at 575 are noted by the Glasgow Times It is said that Fred Yeager of theMarksbury neighborhood has the finest crop of tobacco in the county W S Beazley bought Alex Gibbs and L H Beazlay 124 cattle to be shipped to New York City at 537i per 100 IDS The Winchester Democrat says Thos C Robinson sold to W two fine Shorthorn heifers for six hun dred dollars R L Nash owner of the threeyear old Jay Bird mare Hawthorne refus ed 8000 for her She is entered the Lexington Futurity Alex Gibbs recently bought of Perkins and others 75 feeders at 425 per 100 lbs said to be the butt lot of feeders in the county The shipment of money from the Treasury to the South and West for the movement of crops have been much heavier this season than ever beforeAt sale of Margaret A Parks near Paint Lick horses brought 18 to 114 lugs 13 cows 15 to 48 old corn 3 corn in field 212 to 8219C Implements brought big prices Auctioneer Am Bourne reports the largest crowd Monday that has been in town for many years Lot of mules changed hands prices from 60 to 125 suckling mules 20 60 cattle dull plug horses from 15 to 20 This is a banner year for peaches The crop throughout the whole is estimatad to be about 75000000 bushels and rather over than under that amount The prolonged drouth in some parts of the country has af fected it somewhat but not to any great extent W S Beazley bought and shipped from Lancaster Thursday 19th the following lots of New York cattle the United States Dressed Beef pany New York City From A C Son 75 cattle average weight 14856 per 100 lbs Leander Davidson Son 36 cattle average weight 14126 at 535 per 100 Ibs The Harrodsburg Democrat says W P Hatchett of Mackville sold three horses from five to eight years old to M J FarrIs of Danville at 150 also Mr Hatchett has accepted a job with Mr Farris as salesman at 100 per month They will leave forBir mingham Ala Nov 1 where they expect to follow trading this winter A practical farmer of experience aid close observation says that the wheat and corn raised in the section of country visited by the extreme hot weather will not be fit for seed and should not be used The hot sun not only baked the life out of the wheat bloom but the corn tassel and silk which prevented the seed from being fertilized A company in Texas owning a mil lion acres of forest land allows no tree of less than a foot in diameter to be cut and requires the smaller trees to fi be carefully protected If plan had been adopted a century ago in the north our pine forests prospect of extinction With the coming of the wheat sow ing season the everrecurring issue of the Hessian fly pest again presents it self In a bulletin just issued Prof Roberts of Cornell University ed all wheat farmers everywhere to sow decoystrips of wheat around their fields In many sections this sojsimple as to appear was carried out with most sur prising results Carlisle Mercury A gentleman was trying to Ipy five bushels of rye and was unable to get it This caused the question to be asked why more rye wasnt raised and some one replied that it was because the farming class had not been educated to it After rye he said you can always get a good set of grass and it is a much better fertilizer than wheat Ground that will yield 15 bushels of rye will raise from 17 to 20 of wheat and you can make off rye at 40 and 50 cents a bush el than you at 70 cents is on account of grazing and cutif Mothers Friend A TTMrterrf Health JTHMM puts and ease in amarried woman and limb She applies It nasty to This liniment I escaaed It U oothlmr and the ej an a a to barrel M Nixon country Robinson at 37t this sensible quantities advis recommendation absurd a can off extra aIL iay fnshc tissues gives eIt Li O ca c DeWY ra t I WMh a c f rt dosing and swallowing C toughens the them makesdons and sttuIaes tM solely for plied rsgularfr thogb the P BrIcIIts rrages w wbo tJIe the art clce give aatureJa thlt All reliable Mthre tie MIlt 1iIIuI 1 I ig I soos out ks ass iMof sad 4 toward sastsg vtws aiotha qual aace to that of the cbild wbo Lu bor- arrseJa4theprlcslelpebetle fysA worthy bock MetkSthOO4 w to Li s 1 r 4 up and bundled like oats there is no better teed than rye Eggs may be preserved for as long as twelve months by excluding them from the air One of the easiest methods of doing this is to pack them with the small end down ward in clean dry salt in barrels or tubs and to place them in a cool and dry situation Eggs for keeping should never be laid on their sides and when kept id the air should be occasionally turned to prevent the yolk attaching itself to the side instead of floating in the albumen Another way of pre serving eggs is by coating them with silicate of soda The Advocate says a county farmer is trying an experiment in corn or top ping corn generally known the tassel is the male and the silk the female part of the plant Each row is topped thus leaving half to fertilize the remainder there being sufficient pollen left for1 1 strength that would otherwise go to support repro ductive organs is kept for the growth and sustenance of the rest of the plant it is increase the yield one third A dispatch from Owensboro says Tom Jones of Thruston has a crop of tobacco that has puzzled him and nis neighbors He planted a field of Burley tobacco and now it is nearly half Prvor On each stalk there is a green stripe running from the ground up on two sides of the plant Every leaf that comes out in the green stripes is pryor of the most dronounc ed type while that on the other por tions of the stalk is Burley and has all the characteristics of that variety tobacco in the most marked man ner Where the leaves start from the stalk partly in the white and partly in the green stripe they are half of one kind of tobacco and half of the other Almost the whole of a consid erable field is mixed up in this and Mr Jones does not know how class it for market WHY HE DECLINED THE JOB It Will Be Seen That He Really Couldnt Afford to Accept a Government Position toThe officers of the treasury depart tnent lately had a strange experience- A few months ago in making a selec tion from one of the eligible registers of bookkeepers at the civil service commission their attention was at tracted by the most excellent papers of a young man from Atlanta Ga and as they were businesslike and presented such a neat clerical appear ance he was selected and tendered position at 600 a year In due course of time the department received a communication stating that at that time he was so busily engaged that he very reluctantly declined the po sition A few months afterward his was again certified and he was again selected and tendered a position at the same salary He again in a very courteous and businesslike letter de dined the position for business ent of the St Louis GlobeDemocrat appeared at the department one day and called on the proper officers and after paying respects and thank ing them for their selection he stated that the reason he did not take the po sition at the times tendered was that paying him 50000 a year The veterans in the secretarys of speak of this case as the most unique that ever came under their ob Government Employe Two federal departments disburse almost exactly the same amount in salaries the treasury department and the interior department in Washing department has 400 more than the interior department the itaverage rate of compensation in the treasury service in which there are many women employed being less than in the other Bengal Bay The greatest bay on the face of the earth is that of Bengal Measured in straight line from the two inclosing peninsulas its extent is about 420000 square miles or nearly double that of Texas s Pepaiatlea of Nipbon Of large islands Nipbpn the main island of Japan has for its size the heaviest population On 42000 square miles about half the area of Great Britain there are 27000000 people Treat Horse Right Never strike kick or pound a balky horse It does no good I have seen men use violence for half a day with out starting the horse The best way to let them stand till they are ready to go I have never had to wait hour yet They soon tire of this and stop their balking Never horse in the field to catch it I had mare that BO one could halter in the pasture except myself I would talk her and follow her up lowed her through the bars into an other lot I approached her talking Is her all the time until she thought she could get back to the bars first and she started But I beat her She 20 stopped and I went up talking to her and put the halter on without any fur trouble Others had to drive her irjtp the l ATasson in Ohio Farmer Ma S ERIC for PeeaiaaThere is no rule for feeding as each individual must be considered sep arately from the others Jt not anuncommon error tosiippose that theanimals which eat but little are the TIMmost profitable So as the animal is capable of digesting and as food greater theamount of Jt should cosHme and with producers iuck as cows The proportion of food required o support mm animal and supply waste qaaatity U cwtsumcd Troy N t on s a a f to Till iijiii 7 1 f Ieanstand cultured tasselfng As is alternate It is on the top inping tobaccethe said to ingot name sons says a Washington correspond he had a business position that was ton 5000000 each But the treasury 0 I corner Once I fol her rDA i profitable es 1iII IS lees large 8S ffood eatea thaa a Y p r o J 0jI r a H ser siini peci Bober principle of w Seax vation emplo You t lating food more the returna theally whea a an un Ia whe ama 11cr L tit F t I r OU JD n 1a t U ft I l 4 p 1FFSrtC 1e 5 EXTRACTING HONEY This Work the Writer One of the Most Pleasant Featarea ef Beekeeping Extracting honey from the combs is one of the pleasant features connected with bee keeping but is not done in the open air as the picture would indicate I produce miy extracted honey at the outapiaries Large hjves are used holding 20 of such frames as in my hand Sometimes they are all in one body and sometimes in two bodies with a queen excluder between I use styles of hives but only one style so there is no difficulty in frames I visit my out api occasionally to see if the bees have room enough to continue storing honey The honey is all left on the hives un til ime bees have thoroughly ripened it and it has become so rich and thick that it takes a good right arm to swing itout of the combs When C alder onethree thearies th this the I me ing Bye I 1 41 iiii 721 era EXTRACTOR AND combs are taken from the hives they are carried to the honey house and there left until evening After the bees have stopped flying I drive to the outyard and haul home the honey Be fore beginning to extract I take the uncapping knife and hone until the edges are keen This will prevent tear lug the combs when shaving off the cappings The knife is occasionally dipped into a pail of hot water which expedites the Two frames of nearly equal weight are selected each time so as to balance nicely in the extractor The crank is turned rapidlyfor a minute or so and the honey whipped out of the combs It is then drawn off at the honey gate into an agate pail with a sieve over it to catch the bits of capping which ire quently into the extractor The honey is then poured into fivegallon cans for the wholesale trade and into some Mason and tumblers for re tailing Before extracting begins the combs are held up to the light and graded The white honey is extracted first next the amber and lastly the dark The uncapping can is in two a parts the top section telescopes into the bottom section The top section has a sieve bottom which catches the cappings as they fall into the can The honey drains into the lower section and nothing is lost or wasted The cap pings after draining for rendered into the most beautiful light yellow wax The empty combs out into the home apiary and cleaned up by the bees then stored away until the next spring when they are hauled itto the outyards and used there FGHerman in Orange Judd Farmer to CAUSED BY PARASITE Habit of tcatiaa la Said 0 Be Dae to a Pernicious Little Insect The New York experiment station published bulletin on feather eat ing among fowls The report makes number of observations on this hab suggesting that it is the result of do lack of nitrogenous matter in the feed and citing experiments where fresh cut bone lean meat etc were is fed The vice the report says very uncommon among fowls thathave exercise and a variety of feed and it is most economical to prevent its appearance by careful feeding but as the spread is rapid even under a ration which does not ordinarily seem to encourage its de velopment the vice should be 25 stamped out by the death or removal allthe first offender The editor of Farm and Dairy New South Wales calls attention to the fact of the failure to mention the true cause of feather eating Itnow a wellknown fact says the editor that feather eating is due a minute parasite sarcoptis laevis which feeds at the roots of the thus irritating the birds and causing them to pluck out their own feathers Where feathers are pulled out by other birds it is due to the searching The prevention and remedy says the editor are simple as the mite disease is contagious through copu lation isolation of the affected bird the first step especially if it be a cock The mite yields readily to treatment of one part of creosote to parts of lard or vaseline wen rubbed into the affected parts country is thus recorded in Gov Bradfords history of Plymouth col less ony By this ship also came three the heifers and a bull the first of any cattle of that kind in ye land This was in 1024 Cam ef a Poultry Pr b oflearn Geaeral Atteatfoa ofWe believe that as a rule sprinkling productive of e t In a is of but ers I size but can bein IftJ p TANK tothe iworkalso et jars a Feather Iii presence of lice for which they are The arrival of the first this MOISTENING THE EGGS Mao Aroused warm by well than la free to leave roui l1IJim the 11 LtUWitJaI t i e sh few daysa area Hens Isis tea cattle in Prs and That ggs with water which iireg incubated the sitting hen is harm rather go od e hen the ineat e wills and Is not debarred graa daring her ski rfi te from her she will rs ekd4 t f jj with dew and the eggs will not suf fer for moisture says Farmer In our early experience we regularly sprinkleu the eggs the third day before the hatch was due We had read about a cart load of poultry pa pers and with a good deal of sound advice which they gave us we gave undue weight to several articles which got the advantage of our cal lowness and made us believe that sprinkling the eggs was of prime im portance While stilt believing that under certain conditions it is with advantage it is only occa sionally that we revert to the tice During the late dry spell it oc curred to us that something might be gained by returning to it We had six hens engaged in hatching us out some late chicks The eggs were due to hatch on the 15th of July On the 12th we removed the eggs from tour of the nests and after dampening the earth upon which the nest was built put them back We did not apply any moisture to the other two nests The result justifies the belief that under such circumstances as these the ap plication of moisture is attended with advantage From the four nests we took 38 chicks and from the other two only five chicks The eggs were the same and the hens were all about equally attentive to tneir duties The exceptional dryness of the air and the absence of dew demanded a change from the usual order of things and we are well convinced that we are well paid for the time it took to moisten those eggs But we have sprinkled lots of eggs without gaining anything by it QUARTERS FOR DUCKS Comfortable Place Can De Fixed for Them Under a Barn Workshop or Other Building Where the chances permit it is a question if ducks are not more to keep as layers than hens Certainly so as regards the Peking duck which lays almost every lay after it begins and ducks eggs are al ways higher than hens seldom dropping much if any below iu 25 cents a dozen There is also an tage in feeding Ducks can be fed a coarser grade of food than hens rac j I t attended profitable cesWall I eggS ro- rana11 r I I I i s ideas DUCK QUARTERS and the growth of a young duck is something phenomenal it grows with amazing rapidity for a weeks or so when it should be marketed if not to be kept as laying stock Ducks however cannot very well be kept in the poultry house nor in the barn or other buildings since they are tidy housekeepers less comfortable place place by themselves they will yield a good profit and without to the owner A space even only a few feet high will suffice which can often be provided under a barn workshop or other building cleaned out with a hoe or rake and litter thrown in This low pen will be warm in winter and so conduce to early laying while on the other hand will prove a very cool spot during the heat of summer being thus conducive continuous laying Fred O Sibley Ohio Farmer AMONG THE POULTRY Dry roaddust is needed in that of yours Nests should be so arranged thatthe hen will not have to jump down upon the eggs When the rooster crows in the needs attention Chicken cholera also filth and lice abroad in the land again Do not oftfood but always make it so it will crumble when thrown on the feed board or trough Get 15 cents worth of crude pe troleum and ten cents worth of car bolic acid mix well and you have for in cents enough lice killer to paint the roosts nest boxes etc on the place Buying a thoroughbred male is the first step towards improving your flock By so doing you buy just half the flock in a breeding sense and next to buying an entire pen this is the best thing to do A good and inexpensive drinking fountain for chicks is made by plac ing a saucer over a quart tin can of water and by quickly inverting them drinking fountain fit for the best at hand Place a small stick be tween the can and the saucer this keeps up the supply of water Mid land Farmer REARING AND Greatest Profit Ke alt Whoa a Farmer Can Produce Both Grain and Feeding Stock Whether it is better to rear feeding stock that is required on the farm ordepend on the western ranges for this toclass of stock is a subject of more or todiscussion among those following business of feeding cattle The majority of our feeders favor the plan rearing their own feeding under some conditions this means eatmore expense than if they had been thesecured from toe Hon John weCownie in speaking of the fattening cattle before the Iowa state institute advanced the following taken from the Iowa yearbook agriculture regarding this impor taut question says Iowa Homestead TI am aware that It to secure feeders of the right age and for feeding at a price that in sures profit on the finished animal if they cannot bought they be raised and then of the profit HO question By using high raaw wB off rnt ta Madlur n t I I in so ter EC in it HJgT If be ture well are never theyneed forthen inconvenience picturea- new pouJtrO house a sign the yardfence BUYINGto stock be Ill It fi frs there Never the its 1far ais difficult bred ls oev bsy ScrofulaTHE OFFSPRING OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINT Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption The twho is will in tJuo aren eo the same disease manifesting itself in swollen glands of the neck and catarrh weak yes offensive sores and abscesses tentimes white swell ing sure signs of be no external signs for I child ando Scrofula e r U1 some cases but the in theblood and will breakout atthe first favor able opportunity S S S cures this wast j M Seals 1 15 Public Square T Ten years daughter fell and cuther forehead Prom this the glands on along time fort IS ing disease by first and the and stimulating nd the whole system the Side of her face became sol1 a and buntedSome of the best doctors here and Isehereattended her without benefit We decidedto try S S 8 sad few bottles cured her en disease develops slowl invigorating a sssmakes new and brood to strengthen the is a positive and nourishand safe Cure fir rnrlt I I e bod It overcomes all forms of blood whether inherited or no the blood Ifblood trouble or your child has inherited the blood in good condition and prevent damageSend our physicians about your case We make no whatever for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA breeds and purebretr bulls of iiulivid ual merit excellent calves can be Be sured And if these calves are fed lib and judiciously from their birth until they are 30 or 36 months old will be ready for market and com mand the highest price To insure profit these cattle should never know what it is to be either hungry thirsty or cold from birth to sale and having tried all the methods here outlined in the production of beef I most give the preference to the feeders raised by myself It has often been said that a farmer who has the corn can well afford to buy the cattle to consume it and also that the farmer who has the cattle but not the grain should secure the latter and the cattle in a finished tion With good judgment and ability profit may be made at times by following either of these methods but the farmer who has both cattle and grain of his own raising cannot fail to make profit in the two in a finished product After an experience extending over an average lifetime in fattening cattle am frank to confess that my great profit resulted when I produced both grain and cattle ALFALFA STACK COVER xOae That IK Said to Be Equal to Store lag the Hay ia a Barn or Ordinary Mow Alfalfa hay will not turn the rain no matter how well topped out a stack may be Where alfalfa hay is raised extensively it is necessary to cover the stacks in some way or to top them out with some kind of hay or grass that will shed the rain We saw a stack cover used on an alfalfa farm which the owner said was equal keeping the hay to storing in a barn or mow The covers are made of teninch boards in sections six eight ten or twelve feet long as suits as the pur pose and convenience The boards are 1 tacquiredand remedy so effectively some blood taint take S S Sand get unhesitatingly market business combining est c t c e a rally tli licoin recent tly II top ALFALFA STACK COVER laid beginning at the top of the stack that the upper overlaps the one just ing stapled to pieces of No 12 smooth wire one wire within a few inches as may thought necessary With the shorter sections the end wires are sufficient These wires go on the outside of the boards and are left long enough at the four corners to fasten on a weight to keep the cover plat The use of weights is much better than staking down as the set co tling of the stacks will not cause the roof to become less solidly in place Painting the boards will preserve them and if rolled up and stored in the dry or laid on logs to keep from getting damp when not in use they will last for years In taking down a stack but one section need be re moved at a time thus exposing but a small portion of the stack In getting the stack ready for putting on the cover do not top out with a high cen but put on only a J L Irwin in Ohio Farmer Taralaa Into Pasture Harvey Johnson of Iowa says our litters are of sufficient age turn out we usually put two and sometimes three litters together in a pasture where there is a good warm and dry building and plenty of good grass Near where the sows feed is small inclosure with a low trough it and by a little persuasion and some tempting bits of food we expect have the pigs feeding nicely at three four weeks of age The feed is as their capacity for handling is increased but we are careful to underfeed rather than no more at any time than they will clean We allow them to run with dams till they wean them unless wish to breed the sows again r Keep the Colt Growing the pasture is not what it should the colts should have a gets old and the files bad will be invested A great many horses stunted their first winter and a do not get a chance to make it up their second summer their summer away front their Keep them growing the 01 8 to of Ie below and all are held in place be Pigs increased overfeedfeed feedof Atew when C5 freat damS r N60 I th by nyeeen welirounc led n daily bushels of oats fed wefl bred yearling the pas many first 1o asgto oies s DAVIDSON ft LANDRAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgagesreleased etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to youradvantage by it with us Below is a partial list of the propalaeady listed with us r Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing ageneral Real Estate business we offer our to the public bothto those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those whohave farms or other real estate they wish to sell win please call at tIlelaw theirpropertyCENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make nocharge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect I 01 No1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house fonr rooms 3 varaudas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar convenience In the way of outbuildings buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never falls Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap and- y will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 4J5 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid site for a nice residence in a good neigh borbood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item Xo ti 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobaccu or hemp land the rest is rich and productive failiug water and lencing In good repair Lund has been well treated story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 9 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition ou East Main Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep Nice residences are building nil around this property proper ty In this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky River In Garrard county about 43 miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach C room twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud In Polleys Bend Is fast increasing In value No 19 Farm Containing 312 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South Bryantsville and About miles from Lancaster All goodstrong land verv under and abundantly watered Dwelling house is 2 storys containing rooms No 20 Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles front Carters ville in Garrard county And of a mile from Copper Creek SO 00 acres in grass corn and tobocco under good 2 story house containingrooms with back good of residence ond school within of a mile A money making farm nicely situated No 14 600 Acres of Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 25 miles South of and near and East of Flat River on the Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 13 House and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place In good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot In Lan caste t in of Is A build- Ing excellent I S two tenant good cry and alt other neces ury out buildings areon the pace Close to church good school and fitted for stock raising 7 land watered by pools and creeknever rail County KI I w la cv lii ice chard ran bac tottera Somerset Clnciu nat cot No 6 Farm of 60 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard mid Kockcastle lineAll bottom lund level and productive never allcryafrn1st 1901 Price 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 148 feet front on Danville Avenue and 198 feet In depth House is a twostoryframe buildings large commodious anti con venieutly arranged in every particular has Jtl roomslarge and house well ventilated House hasbeen lately remodeled and extensively improved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at arock bottom price Possession given wheudesired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster ou the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 splendid hemp or tobacco land 75 acres in grass balance under cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is In good repair House1 stories containing C rooms porch and latticed porches good cistern good boxed log bun and good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchard containing manyvarieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate size No 12 Farm of 8 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike cultivationgoodby never failing springs Two story framehouse 6 rooms and necessary outbuildingOne of the largest and best burns iu the coun 2goodorchardstownand In good locality No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway con Vstructed large bath room complete outfit offixtures for water and gas cistern largo stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot id100 feet front 417 feet in depth nice stable lotand large garden Is a good residence portionof Danville This property speaks for itself No 16 Farm of 30 Acres at Lo gana Jessamine Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences inthe Blue Grass Region with SO acres of fertileland mine county Ky 5 miles from Nicholason a good turnpike and near raihoad 5 roomcottage house magnificient barn und every kind of convenient outbuildings good waterin good repair Good location fordoctor or dairy man No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of t Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school house Z milefrom Good Hope Baptist church 3 acres undercultivation balance In grass good pastureland under good fence and watered by neverfailing spins and ponds 12 acres in orchardfruiting prime best varieties in all kindsfruit Good story cottage house nicelyfinished and conveniently arranged with astoreroom i xJO feet adjoining it Post olliceknown as is kept at the store andan excellent location for a country storegood place for a coming merchant to makemoney and make it fast No 5 Farm of 86K Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of whichhave been sown In oats and gross 25 acres offine tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheatand corn remainder in grass Stock water In under good fence 5roomresidence abu of handel attached sItuated at Logaun In Jessa everythIng 1 jf throughout last yearsdrouth large wellselected orchard just fruitlug whole place necessaryWell worth what we fo It roo bot verandah acres County want For further particulars write to or call on ft L Davidson OR lawOfllce orer Stormes store Louis Landraui j Central Record office a