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TWKLFia TSAR Entered at the OJUce in Lancaster JTy CM Second Clatt Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCT 3 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR or q s CC 7 trtttn tfot LANDRAM i4 yi 1 t hty1x bat Fi7sIS1j JSTUMPSA D TRASHHAVE NO TERRORS FOR THE SUPERIOR DI5C DRILL JIHASELOEN lUlWUtESIMnEMENTS J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors i Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward itnll Line of j THE HOME NEWSi Lay in your coal Chesnuts are on the market I Dix river river is high and muddy The melon crop is a thing of the past Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Bring us your job work and we will please you Much rain has fallen during the past ten days Our 810 suitS make a strong bid for your trade H T Logan Saddles and bridles at cost at Bo mans Elmore There isnt a swell dresser in town too swell for our new suits IVT Logan You get rebate tamps for all re pair work at W J VRomans New goods in Rings Belt and Sash Pins at Thompsons the Jeweler See how cheap our ine of winter buggy robes are Elmore Horse shoeing an kinds of wagon work oy G W W J Romans Come and see of Jarde niers they are beauties Lancaster Grocery Co will save you from one to four dollars on buggy harness Ronns Elmore It is true our 10 suits do not make the man but they help like thunder H T Logan Lots for sale at 5 750 10 12 15 and 18 Lots of new suits H T Logan That 10 bill will not rest in your pocket after you have seen our suit H T Logan Bring your we pay cash for them Lancaster Grocery Company y You not money by buying of Withers Furniture Co but get the new thing It Try our fresh roasted coffees and you will use no other Lancaster Grocery Co fi Ro ans Hal at bur line oWe fall 810 utter save e eggs and When you are in Stanford call around and look through Withers Furniture Cos Store It Miss Sacray the photographer will be here all this week making pictures Try your luck on a pretty picture I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling R M West 103tf Notice The school tax for the year 1901 is now due Please call at once and E W Harris Col Lost Pocket Book Between Lancaster and Herrings school house Return to THE RKCOBD office 25 head good twoyearold steers weight about 1000 Jbs Apply to Jno N Teater near Buckeye tf Flowering bulbs Hyacinth Tulips Crocus Lilly and otherbulbs Cheaper than you can order sameJ Thompson Dont buy Furniture Carpets Wall Paper until you see Withers Furni ture Cos new line They are arriv ing daily from the Rapids It We are over with buggies phaetons road surries Our entire stock Romans Elmore Withers Furniture Co of Stanford Ky show the cleanest and most up tedate line of Furniture Carpets Wall Paper and Picture frames It The Southern surveyors have passed into Rockcastle county and have camp pitched at Leavel Green where the Lancaster and Danville lines meet For Sale I offer for sale my residence in the town of Lancaster Ky on Lexington avenue Persons desiring to purchase can examine the propertyW Books Now Ready The city tax books have been placed in my hands and 1 am ready to taxes Pay them now as a pen alty will be added November 1 and I will proceed according to law S DTurner settle Pr Sale wag goes cost Bradley receive tf f nsfnd MMM fMfMI MMM MMMMMM MMMMM MMM F l Ten Dollars A SEASON OPENER Our ten dollar suits have gained us hundreds of customers and reader you too will be 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 not been in yet j We make it our business to have the bestten dollar suits and weve got them The merchant tailor look stands out all over them r HT1The OnePrice Clothier and Furnisher 6 sV7 V fei fe i f 19 m m t m I ml1t r L m LOGAN i f f o j c t oo t moo emmm l 8 00000000- o m 0 L r Li 4 j f x vF L 4 Policemen Turner and Slier gathered in a number of drunks crapshooters etc Saturday night and Sunday The festive candidate is quick to come to the rescue now and culprits dont linger behind the bars long Ltnafeer Laths Etc We have on hand 40000 feet sea soned oak boxing and fencing A of laths and cypress shingles Plenty of extra good ceiling and floor ing Prices right R G Ward Cheap Bates to Lexington The L and N will sell round trip tickets to Lexington account of the Kentucky Horse Breeders Association Tickets on sale Oct inclusive Final limit Oct 19th Reduced rates The combination on the at the Logan Dry Goods stores got out of whack and refused to open Conn the machinist soon drilled into it the combination before the door would open The free busses have been taken off much to the the travel ing public Mr Long has engaged Alex Millers wagon to meet the trains and carry passengers to and from the Garrard Hotel Rice Benge candidate for Jailer is the latest to place his card in THE RECORD The candidates are begin ning to see thatthe nearest wavto the hearts of the people is through the columns of a newspaper Every Second Monday Dr Hobson the dentist will be the Garrard Hotel every second Mon day in each month fully prepared to wait on customers If you want up todate work done in the best possible manner see him tf To Oar Friends friends who tendered help and their sympathy during the hours of gloom and depression sickness and death we take this method of extend ing our heartfelt gratitude Mrs Mary Rice and family 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 home grown seed wheat screened and splendid lor sale Get your seed wheat now Get Posted Do not think that if you come to see my Fall and Winter goods that you are under obligations to buy for you are not but come and post yourself about the styles so you will know what to buy when you do get ready J C Hemphill Homer Happy Knoxville Sentinel A tenpound girl baby put in an appearance at the home of Homer Price on West Fifth ave last night shortly after ten oclock He contemplates being able Miss Lenna Hobbs is prepared to do stenographic work and typewriting be glad to wait upon anyone desiring that kind of work Her charges are fifteen and twentyfive cents a page Call up Central office late The Army Dr George Jean son of Mr and Mrs G N Jean of Danville after a rigid competitive examination in Washington city has passed over several applicants and has been assistant surgeon with the rank of Lieutenant in the regular Conceit The annual contest composed of representatives from the public schools Garrard county will be held in Lan caster October 25th under the man agement of Miss Amanda Anderson Two medals will be given one for the best boy and the other for the best girl speaker Ages from 11 to 17 tf Bastin Telephone Co has placed excellent poles on the Public Square and principal streets none of them being under forty feet high They are chestnut and very smooth and straight They cost on an average of three dollars each delivered in town They came from Rockcastle county HaBdcome Improvement We are pleased to say to the public that our shop has just been papered and painted and we have of the prettiest shaving emporiums in the state Years of sharp and polite enable us to please the most fastidious A will convince you Henry Duncan the old tf Mrs Robert Embry has received a notice that John in Kentuckyin He will tureat Lexington Oct 9 and Coving ton loth As this is of especial to all Endeavor a will take advan tage of theopportunity to hear carload 7tlrto 18 discomfortof atc Tothose bySaturdayStenography Typewriting andwill Jf t6- c Jt trL Shia lee safe removing and telephone Gael undergoing appointed army Log Peles The one experience razors attention call barber JbnWllle Hues Baer will be October the interest Christian societies large crowd fie x 1 M i Is this your paper or did you send over to the neighbors and borrow it Send over and borrow his cook stove he had to pay for that just like he he paid for this paper Understand 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 Telephone Ring Hello Is that the mill Yes Send me 1 sack of feed and 2 bushels of chicken feed All right goes to his barn and finds his feed in box O K and says that is nice and that much is nice but that much and no more dont buy cash wheat Call at the office Kindly Burnam Rucker Served Him Right A man in a neighboring town who takes a city paper in preference to a county paper because he got more for his money was attracted by the advertisement of a patent tire es cape which would be forwarded on the receipt of one dollar He seut the cash and in a few days received a copy of the New Testament Another New Store We saw Dr W Burnett in Thursday and he informed us that he and his brother were on the road to Chicago to buy a big stock of goods shoes gents furnishing goods etc and they will be opened in the room in the Garrard Hotel within a week or ten days The doctors brother has been in business for years and is an uptodate merchant Give Himself Up Richmond Pantagraph Stewart Saunders of Garrard county who was indicted by the Grand Jury for assaulting a young girl but who was never arrested voluntarily walked into town yesterday and gave himself Up He gave bond for and to bail to appear at the next term of court The alleged offense is said to have been committed in this county about a year ago Two Ballots This Fall According to the ruling of thesecre tary of state and attorney general county and municipal tickets must be printed on separate ballots and must be deposited in separate boxes This will not require separate officers the voter being handed two when he goes in to vote The way would be to have separate officers and voting places as the two voting places in town are not enough now Meeting atPresbyterian Church A protracted meeting was com menced at the Presbyterian church Tuesday night conducted by Rev Joe Hopper Services areconducted every forenoon and evening Uncle Joe Hopper is one of the best and most widelyknown ministers in the state and as he was raised in Lancaster large congregations will doubtless greet him at every service THE BECCRD has not been informed as to how long the meeting will continue He Careful To those who through ignorance or pure cussedness steal or mistreat dogs THE RECORD wishes to call attention to the fact that when the tax is paid on a dog he becomes property and is entitled to as much protection under the law as any other stock Several good bird dogs have been stolen and one was shot not long ago by some heathen with more whisky and bullets than brains If hunters and dog owners will prosecute a few cases it will have a good effect The C W B Rf The district meeting of the Chrir tian Womens Board of Missions held in this city last week was largely The delegates were from Rockcaste Madison Lincoln and Gar rard and quite an interesting meet ing was had A bountiful dinner was spread and a splendid program carried out without a hitch Many compli been passed on the way the Lancaster ladies entertained their guests As THE RKCOBD man was in Louisville we were unable to get complete account of the meeting The Latest Improved The Bastin Telephone Co has its switch board and it ia one of the best money can buy It has four hundred drops and all the latest improvements The new phones will also be the latest the bell ringing heajjhe receiver down thus doing away the old crank at side As it will also off when one is through talking and hangs up the receiver it will save no of an noyance at the office Wort be commenced next week on putting in the new office over Stbrmes store M all the material Is here This is cost lug a mint of moneyj but Mr Bwtin says he lnot going to stop until Lan caster the beat system of tale phones in KenUoky More Local on page 3 Say Moved Customer Louisville criminally Better mentshave new istaken with r c ffyc paper admitted however ballots sensible recently attended a- more received the Ring end will has 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 toinsist 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 their support for this one of the most important offices in the gift of ist people I am not unmindful of the fact that it is an office fraught with the gravest 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 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 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 of beer 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 import ance than ever before to such of our parents as wish to protect their boys from this most 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 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 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 Ishall be very grateful for whatever assistance you may toward promoting my election Respectfully Aug19 tf W McC JOHNSTON solicitation importantfactor Tour nowthis Vicious nd steadfastly unnecessary render Government conception New GoodsEg We are receiving daily our Fall and ter Dry Goods Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes Furnishing Goods and Clothing i stock will be complete in a few days Call and I 0 2 j 0 0 2 0 o Iv i o o 2 0 Ii urIstock 1 j r t Q If ian Dry uods Co I a o Wing o 0 0 ea 8 8 tOur o- g a a see You SAVE 25 cent BY BUYING SECOND HANI SCHOOLBOOKS AT j I tf per McROBERTS 11CENTRAL RECORD I An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Oct yd 1901 J W YEUKES United States Com missioner of Internal Revenue refer ring to the assassination of President McKinlev Is reported to have said Restricted immigration is generally suggested in this connection and while in a degree I favor that still I can not avoid bearing in mind the fact that the three assassins of Booth Guiteau and Czolgosz were American born and not foreign subjects I believe the true solution would be the increase of patriotism among the people a higher regard for public officials a limitation of the privilege of public utterance both on the platform and through press and pamphlet when such utterances lead to the growth of the spirit of lawless ness and the passage of laws with su preme penalties attached for those who even attempt to to take the life of high officials No special detectives or police officials can protect public men from the constant menace of as sassination FROM present indications there will be few straight tickets cast in the approaching election for county offi cers The people are beginning to re alize the fact that this is a free coun try and they have a right to do and think as they please The old idea of voting for a yaller dog simply because he was on the ticket is rapidly play ing out and we hope it will not be long before the lash of the party whip will have no effect whatever and men will vote like the Irishman who said he cast his ballot As I dom plaze THE miserable wretch who the president has been doomed to die in the electric chair but the other anarchists who were arrested have been set free The fact that they claimed to be anarchists ought to have been evidence enough to send them to prison but it Is claimed there is no law to cover the case As we it law demands that which is right and prohibits that which is wrong so string the culprits up There would be no kick raised WE are very fond of Green Keller of the Carlisle Mercury but if he dont quit running our thunder proper credit theres going to be trouble We realize the fact that he uses our stuff as a contrast to his productions but then add Central Record at the end Green so the people will know where such weak productions are ground out ExGov BOB TAYLOR of is authority for the statement that two drops of Kentucky whisky would make a rabbit spit in the face of a bull dog Certainly it will when Brer Rabbit has been taking a nip with the dog as he knows when the dog has the same quantity he dont care a blank face is spit into LOCAL talent will produce a farce comedy called A Spring Chicken at the Lexington opera house soon This is one case where a preacher murdered understand without excellent Tennessee itbis Presidents IDRUGSTORE would t- be forgiven by the public for going to a show THE nine lives of a cat pass into when compared to those of the Boers The British them every few days but they bob serenely up to undergo the again THE assassin Czolgosz has one con solation and that is he will not have to buy winter underwear this Fall Only a few short lays stand between Choi and the fire ThE Cynthiana Democrat without any editorial matter is like a toddy with the liquor left out Sharpen the old gray goose quill Jim and air your George Elam sold a mule colt to Sol Rigsby for 45 J C Clouse sold a mare to William Campbell for 25 J C Clouse sold a mule colt to Wm Coldiron for 23 James Miller sold a mule colt to John Adams for 35 Ebb Cook sold at Lancaster court five 600 lb steers for 3c Joe Lawson sold a mule colt at court day for 20 Clouse bought a mule colt from John Richardson for 25 Mrs Sallie Stigall sold three mule colts to J C Fox for 115 It was reported that Herrin Mozier second son of Jas Mozier was killed on the railroad out in the mountains last week There was quite a number of friendly visitors in this vicinity week We suspect they had an ax to grind Miss Susie Portwood of Valley View is visiting her sister Mrs Geo Mr Moore of Madison county visiting his soninlaw Wm Coldiron Mrs Jennie Painter of St Louis who has been visiting her son S E Hammack returned home last week on account of the death of her neph ew George Scott who was killed on the railroad Mr and Mrs Joseph Boain of Wallaceton visited at Geo Elams Sunday We are glad to that Miss Clemma Furr who has been very sick of typhoid fever at her new home near Cloverdale Ind has recovered A Typical South African Store O R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which be purchased anything from the needle to an anchor store is situated in a valley nine from the nearest railway station and about twenty five miles from the town Mr Larson says I favored with the custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles to many of whom I have supplied remedies All testify to their value in a household where a doctors advice is almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the popu lation is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelve months noless than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlains Cough This must surely be a record For sale by R E McRoberts druggist i iS U I insignificance views Lancaster J C Rogers report proverbial nearest Chamberlains Remedy exterminate operation works w FLAT WOODS ver las ca Th mil a A CARD O THE CITIZENS OF GARRABD As I have been confined to my room for months and could not get out among the people Itake this math nod of asking the voters of Garrard County for their i for Jailer at the next November Election 4 If elected I assure you that I will discharge every duty ofthe office faithfully and efficiently Under the direction of my physician I am ati Martin rind where I am improving in health both a f I to the rheumatism and inyeyes and I liope tobe out soon Thanking aU my friends for their support and ttheir friendly interest in my rage during my misfortune F i T Hj C i COUNTY two sup rt l iic j i tot QKBENGE ct H of i s f ills s 4 f Your riend rs trba j f LerM PREACHEltSVILLE J L Anderson sold 15 hogs last week for 51c J F Holtzclaw sold some nice hogs last week for 6Jc of J P Rogers sold three heifers to S Morgan for 24c G C Kennedy sold some nice hogs to S Morgan for SIc Sol Rigsby sold a span of mules to J P Ballard for 175 W H Cummins bought a mare and colt from G C Kennedy for 85 of be under the care of Dr McChord Wm Sprinkles sold a mare for 12550 mule colt to J C Clouse for 25 Born to the wife of J H Thompson Sept 29 a little are doing nicely G W Evans sold 55 bushels of seed wheat to Wm Sprinkles for 85c per bushelB Ledford is selling off his person al property preparatory to move back to Owsley county There were several from this place who attended the big meeting at Saturday night The two beautiful girls of C S Roop of Cartersville are visiting the Misses Hobbs this week Mrs Bessie Rigs by was visiting Mrs John Cress last Monday Richard Pettus was at home first of the week from Spring field Mr W A Beazley of Crab Or chard was out to see J F Cook last Monday Thomas Austin and M9s S B Henry of Lancaster was visiting grandpa and grandma Cummins last week There were a number of young people calling on Mrs J L Hutchins and Miss Fannie Cockrill Tuesday F F Cummins and wife was visit ing J D Anderson and family at Crab Orchard Sunday Miss Myrtle Cor miny of Flatwoods was visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday TEATEBSVILLE James Easley has a new shop now and does splendid work very cheap Tobacco crops are all housed and ground is being put iu repair for sow ing grain Severel of the lads and lassies antic ipate attending Scotts Fork Sunday school picnic Saturday The new preacher who will be sent here by Conference will have services at Gunns Chapel next Sunday The school reopened here this a m but under rather discouraging prosy pects on of the epidemic- t scarlatina Mr Bergeron formerly of New but has spent a greater part of the summer in Crab Orchard for his health visited friends here this weeks The work on the new pike is pro pressing nicely under the management of Pat Clark There is no trouble to get hands at the rates of 100 per day Mr Tim Logan who spent several months in the West has returned and is at his daughters Mrs Lou Brown He has gained several pounds and is quite fleshy The trustees of Gunns Chapel sus pended their school indefinitely on of scarlatina also Buckeye school and Miss Minnie Broaddus school for the same cause Mr Thomps Hill and James Easley are agents for Page new fence They- n have quite a supply on hands and those who need fence will do well from them Mrs B Ray gave her husband a birth day dinner on lastThurs- m day it being his 42nd birth day were sixty guests who accepted their invitations and a very beautiful ner was spread and every one quite an enjoyable day He received several very nice and useful presents Mrs Eliza Sadler has returned from a pleasant visit to her neice Mrs Robt Embry of your town She will re turn this week as guest of her sister Mrs Wm West Mrs Sallie Bogie familiarly known as Aunt Sallie died at her home in Madison Sunday and her remains were taken to Lex ington Monday for burial She 94 years of age and had held her own remarkably well She leaves daughters and five sons besides grand children and grand children and numerous tives and friends to mourn her loss She had resided at her old home for 70 years and was beloved by all who knew her Mr Andrew Bogie his mothers burying in Monday MABKSBURY There will be services at the Fork church Sunday Monday night Alex Durham ed to church at Mt Hebron horse became unmanageable throw ing him and bruising his shoulder badly We hope he will soon be right Mrs Clary Robinson of Texas among the visitors here Sunday Your correspondent and Mr Prank Jr spent Saturday and Sun day very pleasantly with relatives at Burgih Rev B ACopass excellent wife and children Tuesday for their home in Texas They made ma ny friends while here who regret ve ry much to give up but hoper that our loss be Texas gain Ruth Aldridge Is spending days with Mrs Taylor Burdett at Bryantsvilie Mr Ben CTorcl te quite sick Mr N H Bogie has returned from Cincinnati where he purchased a toice line 66d s v seWanda girlall Go- shen Orleans account ispurchase unique numerous attended Lexington oral c amount The d re t gre re sta Parks left them will Miss was was PAINT LICK New linesof premiums at R L Jen nlngs Co tf E L Woods shipped three car loads cattle and sheep to Cincinnati Sat urday The colpred folks are having a very interesting meeting at their new church near Lowell How can Jennings Co sell those late style overcoats so cheap tf If allsigns dont go for nothing one our young men will take unto him a better half before the leaves get falling New line of Guns Hunting Coats Loading Tools Shells c R L Co tf Constable Ben Gulley of Madison Of arrested Jack Davis and Ed Hurt for shooting at Gilead church Sunday night They gave bond for their an pearance next court The contractors have completed the to stone work and are now ready for the iron work on the bridge Messrs Erskins and Howe are first class work men and did a first class job Mr Joe Wyiie has a sow that has had three litters of pigs in nineteen months Counting his meat and what he has sold Mr Wylie has realized 25895 and she has a litter of twelve pigs now Mr R L Jennings has been in the city a week buying new fall and win ter goods It will be time well spent a to go in and see their new stock They have something to suit every body Their new dress goods in French flannels Tricots 1 Flannelettes Ducks in all late shades and figures are especially attractive Miss Rebecca Williams who has been spending some time in the cities gathering up the most uptodate ideas and styles in ladies tailoring and dress making will return to her home near here on Oct 12 and resume her work She spent a few weeks with her uncle Mr W G Romans at For sythe Ill Those wishing the best and latest style work will do well to see her 2t The families of Bogue Allen and John Bolton about twenty in all left for Texas on the 26th E H Norris has been to Big Hill several days on business Mrs W G Kemper has gone to Owen county on a two weeks visit James Rucker our agent has been making a tour through the Southern states Milton Smith and family have moved to Hamilton Ohio Mrs William Wilcox is quite poorly Dr Carlos Fish of Louis ville is at home on a visit this week Mrs Mary Highler of Paris is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Ely Mr Stone Wall Norman has gone to on business Miss Bessie White returned Friday after a pleasant visit to friends at Richmond Mrs C B Engleman and daughter Mary visited relatives in Stanford this week BBYANTSVILLB 1 have a beautiful line of Millinery and you are cordially asked to call and inspect them Mrs A S Haselden Mr Bratton has rented of JoshDunn his house and lot in Bryantsville for next year I will on next Saturday display beautiful line ot millinery cordially invited Mrs A S Has elden Elder Walden will fill his regular appointment at Pleasant Grove Sun the members are requested to be present as there is business of importance to speak of Mrs Ella Gammon and sister of Burgin spent Saturday and Sunday their parents near Bourne Mrs Annie Lane is quite sick at this Mr and Mrs Haselden ited their sister Mrs Hughes in Dan ville Sunday who is on the sick list but is improving Miss tin from near Danville is the guest of Mrs Sarah Duncan Mr and B F Mrs James Hill are visiting C M Jennings in Danville Mrs R E Ranson formerly Miss May Spillman of Pennsylvania spent last week with Mrs Mrs Dickerman gave a six oclock tea in honor of her guest Mrs Richard son of Lexington Mrs Eliza Bal entertained a number of friends last week Misses Margaret and Liz Naylor are the guests of relatives BETTIS Mr Erasmus Dunn has sold his cat tie to Eubanks and Miller of Hubble is talk of having another box supper at Pleasant Hill some time in the near future and it is hoped it will be carried through Last Saturday was the day set to cover the school housebut on account the rain it was not done but on next Saturday all of the men in district are asked to please be on time their hatchets and the work will done if possible Robert Bettis and wife spent Sun day at John Smith ac companied by his sister Miss Eliza spent Sunday at May wood Ed Aus tin of Sugar Creek spent Saturday night and Sunday with Austin Miss Ann Bettis of is vis icing Mrs Wm On last Thursday following guests were entertained by Mrs J W Bourne Miss Kate Miller and June McGuire of Sue and Minnie of Bettis and Mrs Ring of Hubble Eugene Montgomery a negro murderer given a life sentence at is Hid Venetians R Frankfort Everybody todayall rewith inwriting Dora Mar Jenningsand Dickerman wolard atlie lahere 4cThere rtof allbe LOwell D Bourne TAvl11II 1 11 1J l lf rough Jennings v t Watkins the Hubble Aggie ch was fS t M WALLACETON the A few days ago J S a good cow to die from eating too mach corn There will be a box supper at Baker school house next Friday night the proceeds to be used to purchase a new the for the district J S Rutherford has completed grade of the new pike built here a and Surveyor Crook pronounces it a dandy Mr Rutherford will putting on the metal in a few days J A Baker Esq has just com pleted covering a 50 toot shed nailing every shingle himself He is now going to build a gravel road from the creek up to his house He takes this method of exercising himself and also proving to the doubting ones that he was not done up by his fall a few months ago and that he is by no means an old man either Rev Tohl of Maysville is expected preach at the Baptist church here next Saturday night Mrs John Cade who has been sick with typhoid er fever is able to sit up and eat again Miss Dora McWhorter who is teaching school here visited home folks near Waco from Friday to Sun day evening She was accompanied by Miss Sarah Weaver left last week for Illinois accompanied the road several times but it is Billys Ffirst trip and we look for him back in few weeks News A London paper says the Boers are contemplating a trek to Mexico A Confederate monument was un veiled and dedicated at Lawrence Roosevelts family will move into the White House Septem her 25 John Cox Jr was given a life at Frankfort for the murder of Bradford Reed Urey Woodson of the Owensboro Messenger has purchased the Padu rah Evening News Aguinaldo may come to the United States to escape assassination by some of his former Fillipino friends Theodore the son of President Roosevelt was in a runaway accident in New York but escaped injury Indictments were returned against a number of Louisville men who are charged with violating the purefood laws An effort will probably be made to have the remains of the late President McKinley finally interred at The Christians Ordhans Home will occupy B handsome building at avenue the plans for which are now being made Tom Brown and his sister Mrs zie Stringer were held without bail at London for the murder of Mrs The Democratic Campaign decided to open headquarters at once in Louisville Percy Haley was chosen secretary- a With few exceptions work was at the Steel Trust mills The tinplate workers are however still demanding concessions Andrew Carnegie bought 350 organs for churches in Scotland the aggre gate cost of the instruments being nearly a million dollars Indictments have been returned Lexington against Mayor Duncan and police officers for malfeasance in office for not suppressing pool rooms An anonymous New Yorker has sent 6150 to the Treasury Department conscience fund declaring that ties had not been fully paid Czolgosz collapsed on being taken inside Auburn prison He made the echo with his shrieks groans He expressed sorrow for his deed The Post office Department will soon Issue an order denying a number of investment and debenture compa nies located in Kentucky the use of the mails Special Judge Edelen in the Frank lin Circuit Court knocked out the plan of the negro Baptists to build a church opposite the Executive Man sion at Frankfort Pleas of guilty were entered to charges of gambling against employes of the Western Asylum The fine as sessed in each of the seventyfive car ses was 25 and costs Hume Brothers mammoth barre factory at Richmond began opera lion past week and bar rels by the hundreds being turned out daily In the Franklin Circuit Court Spec tal Judge Edelen decided that a con made by the Lexington Invest ment Company promising 60 per cent profit is against public policy and is not binding The Schlep court of refuset a request of Rear to be allowed to be represented atfthe court by counsel The court that the Rear Admiral was not atthis time regarded as a party to the case Heavy rains at the source of the Kentucky have caused the est September rise for Log are running in large numbers andthe mills here will have albn run Corn has been greatly damagec Many watermelon patches been destroyed Leon Fc Csolgoge theaa8 in PresWkBt McKiBitey JTM 8 to ty u l oi ad e I Cadehad theme being on I LawsonBilly by Samuel Todd Sam has burgPresident sentence Washington Frankfort Maggie Neatman Committee resumed at rscorridors and finished now hetract Admiral herd river la P DbjJl t o stove commence I been ove GtCNE Rh Li d thee are Sam yeas enough for have sari iraday Whit w as r p rK tend k was New York Supreme Court in to be electrocuted in Auburn State prison during the week October 28 1001 The prisoner taken to Auburn in a special car Only 5000 of the 100000 Soldiers in Mexican war survive and their av erage age is 79 The next annual of the vercrans will be held Paris Sept 13th 1902 The and their widows get a pension of per month An effort will be made have Congress increase it to 30 Kentucky furnished more troops for the Mexican War than any other state according to population The holograph will of President was offered for probate at Friday Mrs McKinley declined the administration of the estate and recommended the appointment of Secretary Cortelyou and Judge Day The will is dated Oct 22 1897 It all his estate to his wife save that a provision is made for an annu of 1000 to his mother since Upon the death of Mc Kinley the estate is to go to his broth and sister share and share alike The estate is worth from 225000 to 250600 including 67000 insurance Lewis Ockerman Goshen Ind De Witts Little Early Risers never bend me double like other pills but do their work thoroughly and make me feel like a boy Certain thorough gentle P Frisbie 1m A wild steer is dangerous on either lake or ranch Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at McRob erts drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not followed by constipation as is often the case with pills Regular size 25c per box The secret of ignorance is not to know your lack of wisdom When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to McRob erts drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation 1m Brevity may be either the soul of wit or the poverty thereof DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in removing all im purities from the liver and bowels Small and easy to take Never gripe or distress F P Frisbie 1m Brilliant falsehoods dazzle more eyes than gems of truth The excitement incident to travel ing and change offood and water often brings on diarrhoea and for this rea son no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by R E McRobrts druggist 1m The luckiest gamblers in the lotte ry of love are those who dont play the gameKodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere stimulant to tried nature It the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the food you eat You dont have to diet but can enjoy all the good food you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed feeling after eating giving you new life and vigor F P Frisbie You can never make an engaged girl believe that it ever happened that way before Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their tie ones it has saved Strikes at root of the trouble and draws out inflammation The children Cough Cure F P Frisbie 1m A woman doesnt care so much to have a man dangling after her as not to have one w T Wesson Gholsonville Va druggist writes Your One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction My customers say i is the best reme dy for coughs colds throat and lung troubles F P Frisbie 1m Any woman can marry any man she pleases but what worries her is to marry a man they displease C M Phelps Forestdale Vt says his child was completely cured of a bad case of eczema by the use of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all counterfeits It instantly relieves piles F P Frisbie 1m Among the few possessions of man you will always find a worthless dog Do you suffer from piles If so do not turn to surgery for relief De Witts Witch Hazel Salve will act more quickly surely and safely saving you the expense and danger of an operation F P Erisbie 1m Some men whose trousers bag at the knees are frequently pressed by the tailors Women and Jewel Jewels candy flowers the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow er average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often rained in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu ous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Boschees German Syrup It will promptly arrest consumption In its early sad heal the affected lungs and tubes and drive the dread disease from the system It Is cureall but it is a certain trine tor coughs coldff and all bron dual troubles You can Greens reliable remedies at Stormes dreg store Get Greens Special Al manac lID I J beginning survivors McKinley deceased I affords- z lit manthat the yeoman get Dr G G Buffalo Carton bequeaths Mrs tb th scares shiftless bronchial not ri r y 5 DR R GOLDStEIN EYE SPECIALIST OF LOUISVILLE KY LANCASTER KY AT MASON HOTELSaturday October 19th One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjustedOffice 9am to 5 pm Home Office 116 West Burnett Avenue Louisville Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the is the latest discovered ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache mil otherresults ofimperfect digestion 2Htl e raallKlxeBookmllaboatdTspepslaraaUvitTe Prepared b E C D W1TT CO Cttcai 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 win make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free Thisapplies to all tin teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Richmond National Bank RICHMOND KY I Kodol reconstructing organs a S d f Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner lange from 8 upward Call at works S McGUIRE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY R KINNAIRD Repnaitiiii folloiiii Coipaiie Aetna t J- Qieei t Natkmal GoBaetiewt GernaM Amerlcam Fheaix f Brook Hllwamkee New York U North BritiihMerckutito AAaLiIeIiLCiiffliitiMOii Prices- e depote STONE information-a INSURANCEi- s Psilatige ere ten Uverrel a Loll GlUe 1 ti t Hartford It j H OPENING B A UB DAY EVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITED i A t MILLINERY R 6EhOCTOH Respectfully NOEL SISTERS C Where the Home G PEOPLE o oo Have Visited 0 d Mrs Susan Price has been very ill and continues so Miss Thiel spent Sunday with in Cincinnati Mrs J Y Sympson is visiting her in Casey county Mrs George Smith is visiting her brother in Louisville Mr Fox of Eton Ohio is visiting his daughter Mrs Jacob Joseph Mr and Mrs Waddle of Somerset have been visiting relatives here Miss Hattie Robertson spent with home folks in Cynthiana Mrs Tom Adams of Bryantsville has been visiting Mrs John Farra Mrs G B Turley of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs Mary Swope Rev Leonidas Robinson leaves this week for Winchester to attend Con ference Prof Thomas Hampton of Win chester attended the dance Tuesday eveningMiss Brown leaves this week as delegate to Christian Endeaver at Cynthiana Mrs Tevis of Kirksville has been visiting her sister Mrs Guiger avenue Mrs Al Huffman and Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford were visitors here Tuesday Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond has been visiting her cousin Miss Louise Kauffman Mrs John Anderson has returned from a visit to her daughterMrs Wm Marrs of Knoxville A very enjoyable dance was given Tuesday evening at the Mason hotel Greens orchestra furnished the mu sic A H Rice was called from Nashville Saturday by the death of his father Mrs Rice was ill and unable to make the trip Mr Tom Soper and family of Paint Lick have moved to this city to re side Mr Soper has accepted a posi tion as clerk with Logan Dry Goods CompanyMisses and Emma Dejaruett Addie Hunley and Mesdames Florence Tharpe and T E Arnold of Rich mond were guests at Squire Sam Johnsons Thursday Sir Knights R A Burnside W B Mason J C Hemphill W 0 Rigney G S Greenleaf and Louis Landram at tended the burial of Col Andy Rice at Danville Monday Messrs A H the telephone men are in Owensboro this week attending the meeting of Independent Telepbane promoters A great many delegates are at the meet ing Lou Brown who has held the of manager of the Fayette Tele phone Co Lexington has resigned his position and moved to New York City where he he has a lucrative place He has many friends in this t relatives father Sunday I Richmond Bastin and Jim position I i I t r a C rr f I r F f Mare 1 i i r t countyLeslie Anderson entered Centre College last week Mrs Jesse Sweeney is visiting in Louisville Mr R H Batson is in the city pur chasing winter goods Miss Bane West has about recover from her recent illness Miss Murphy of Hastonville has been visiting Miss Bessie Batson Miss Katie Hood is with Miss Lillie Noel learning the millinery trade Mrs McGee of Burksville is the guest of her sister Mrs Ed Allen Mrs W C Price of Danville has been visiting Mrs Martha Frisbie Mr Spurgeon Symplon has been vis iting his brother Mr J Y Sympson Mesdames J E Stormes and Banks Hudson were visitors in Danville Thursday Mr and Mrs George Wright have rented rooms with Mrs Fox on avenue Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson are in Lexington visiting relatives and the Trots Miss Bertha Burnside accompanied Miss Gena Dunlap to her home inLex ington yesterday Mrs Charles Anderson and little son Julian spent several days in the past week Miss Nora Philips of Stanford has accepted a position as governess for the family of Mr Jesse Fox Mr John Woods the popular clerk of Logan Dry Goods Co has resigned and moved to the Marksbury neigh borhood Mrs Mollie Swope and Mrs Moberley who have been visiting friends and relatives here returned to Knoxville Monday Danville News Miss Hattie Arnold who has been the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs Jj A Logan for several days returned to her home in yesterday Mr W A Smith and daughter Miss Anastasia who have been spending some weeks at Crab Orchard Springs passed through here last Sunday morning en route to Marksbury Richmond Pantagraph Mesdames N B Deatherage T E Arnold D P Armer Henry Pickles E V GibsonT C Willis and Miss Anne Dejarnett the C W B M convention at LancasterMr ot Richmond is in town organizing a lodge of Ancient Order of United Workmen the insur ance features of which cannot be sur passed If you want good cheap in surance see him Mrs T H Allen left Tuesday for Rockdale Texas in company with her son W L Allen soninlaw and their families where they will make their future home much to the of their many friends When a pretty girl pins a flower to a young mans coat she always tilts her chin up and looks at it sideways and the fellow who does not tumble then had best stay indoors when a fu neral is passing for fear of being run relatives Danville attending W A Lancaster attended regret Louisville Prescription filling is our leading Our facilities for filling them are unequalled We use the double checking system in this man per mistakes are almost impossible- A bottle bearing our label is a guarantee of absolute accuracy and purityThose which require an excep tional amnunt of care and skill are the kind we especially like to get You will find our prices are Tight We use only the best f t t t t t IOU I I 1 1 1 08 j t r ffr 1 t t t rt J 0 e fPJFt i1 ft tM t1 t tt tti1I fiJi7ttjj j t i F i j t t f r Frisbieslrug Store1I Fr t tr t i i i t L 1- I 1 4 7 r over by the hearse Mr and Mrs Rice Benge have gone to Martinsville Indiana to spend sev eral months Mr and Mrs A R Denny and daughter Mrs Duncan have taken looms with Mrs Jennie West Stan ford Mt Vernon Signal Capt Herndon of Lancaster was here Wednesday Mr John Miller of Lancaster came out Tuesday to see his brother E B Mrs C D Powell of Lancaster who has been with her sister Shortduring her recent illness return ed to her home Wednesday night exGov W O Bradley has been a resident of Louisville but a few months he has made hundreds of new acquaintances and has built up a lucrative Taw prac tice Mr Bradley has few Equals in Kentucky as a public speaker and is sought to speak at Louisvilles The exGovernor is now making his home at the Louis ville Hotel but he will shortly be joined by Mrs Bradley and their daughter Miss Christine and they will go to housekeeping probably on Third avenue Mr Bradley says he feels as though he had lived in all his life and wili probably here the remainder of his days Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the use of an arm and side After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost en tirely cured Geo R McDonald Man Logan county W Va Several other very remarkable cures of partial pa ralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure for rheuma tism sprains and bruises Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m x ADDITIONAL LOCAL Trotting meeting Lexington Oct 3rd to 18th Low rates one fare for round trip via Q C Route daily from all points Ask Ticket Agents for particulars Last Ball Game ofThe Season Low rates Sunday Excursion Gin cinnati October 6th Last Champion Game of the season Reds vs St Louis Ticket Agents will give full particu lars on application For Sale or Bent 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 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 par ticulars W C Rinearson o p A Out In the Highways The Rev E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church at Louisville has announced that one service in each month this winter will be deli ered by him in a theatre He his reason that a class of people whom he is especially desirous of reaching will not go to church and they might be induced to enter a hall of public entertrinment Collegiate Institute at Richmond Pantagraph The Walters Collegi ate Institute of Richmond Madison county filed articles of incorporation in the office of the Secretary of State at Frankfort yesterday It grows out of the compromise of the Central vorsity matter and takes its name from the Hon S P Walters The in corporators are RBuruamJ Stone Walker Bennett H Young John B Chenault W R Shackelford and oth Tomorrow Will Be or fTomor row Is A disput bver the question wheth er you should say Tomorrow will be Thursday or Tomorrow is Thurs day is needless for either expression is allowable Tomorrow will be Thursday means that looking for ward from today as the point of view the speaker thinks of tomorrow as a future time and says of it that it will be Thursday Tomorrow is Thursday means that without any reference to today the speaker thinks of a certain day as tomorrow and says of it thatit is Thursday abeth S Withey in the October La dies Home Journal A Delightful Serenade The Southern Military Band of Crab Orchard came down Thursday evening and gave a delightful concert the Park which was enjoyed by a large crowd of people The band was o organized some time since and incor thus it will be seen that the have gone about the matter in a like way They have good instruments and handsome uniforms Notwithstanding the fact that they only been practicing ashort they put up as good music as most bands of years of experience The members are young gentlemen of moral habits not one ever indulging in drink This band has a bright tu ture and TOE REcoRD them success in every undertaking Had the boys let us known they a much warmer r would have been arranged bit they came unannounced and tim when most of tbebusineseisenwereinLomtevilk u T CourierJournalAlthough public functions Louisville remain address Crescent In pointed boys business time coming e J em h 4 a avenue Mrs W all givens tin s Eli C ave wishes were rata ti S I it a in a It is easier to break a premise than is to fracture the crust of the aver age boarding house pastry Garter Superstitions A worn garter is regarded by some people as quite a valuable present for it brings to its new wearer luck or at any rate is supposed to do so A bride should always wear a blue silk garter at her wedding Her gar ter is often given her by a friend who has taken away its newness by wear ing it a few times says Home notes The wearing of the garter does not end the ritual concerning it After the wedding ceremony it is either cut into hidden When it is the bridesmaids hunt for it and the finder is assured of being happily married before the year is out When it is cut it is divided among the bridesmaids to give to each good luck and a devoted husband Sometimes the bride bestows her garters on the first bridesmaid and in Germany each bridesmaid receives a pair of blue white silk garters from the bride Slept Twenty Years Tell a man that he has slept 20 years and hell give you a pitying stare remarked a man with a mania for statistics but its a fact The man who has reached the age of sixty ran spent one third of his life or 20 years in slumber and if a man is lucky enough to live until he is 75 he has Rip Van Winkle beaten to a The average person Bleeps eight his days life Again if you abruptly inform a man of 60 that he has stowed herd of cattle under his belt in his time he will put you down as a third year man at an insane asylum however dont lie and you can give him a statistical knockout A healthy man eats on a conservative estimate one pound of meat every day of his life and in 60 years will devour 21000 pounds Allowing 1000 pounds as the average weight of a beef you have 21 cattle a pretty respectable herd I think There are lots of surprising things that figures will demonstrate out I havent time to spring them just now Treated Us While The Lancaster business men who to Louisville last week are under many obligations to the L and N management for kind favors In the first place they sent us the special coach after a request had been made by Mr Farra It was a highback coach and one of the nicest in the companys possession Then in addi tion to this we requested at that we be sent straight on from Stanford that night and avoid the wait at Rowland This request was readily complied with and as soon as the train from Cincinnati arrived it was side tracked the engine cut off and attached to our special coach and in less time than it takes to tell it our coach was standing at the depot in Lancaster about two hours sooner than theregular train would have ar rived The engine returned to and took its train on up to It is something decidedly out j of the ordinary run of matters for the engine to be taken off a regular train to pull a party of excursionists but the L and N officials having that there is such a place as on the map seem now to be trying to outdo themselves in our behalf A FINE TRIP Lancaster Citizens Visit Louisville And Receive a Royal Welcome The fiftyone Lancaster who made the trip to Louisville last week will long remember with much pleasure the happy and cordial welcome extended them by the mer chants of that hustling city As stated last issue of THE RECORD a special train was run from Richmond over the L N to the Falls City the men of several towns being given special invitation to be the guests of the Louisville Board of Trade on that day At six oclock the Lancaster gentlemen boarded a special coach which had been placed at the disposal of the Lancaster party by the L N people This coach was tastily large streamers bearing the words Lancaster Commercial Club hanging on either side With clever Tom Hurley one of the oldest and best enginmen on the road at the throttle the train sped along at a rapid rate and Louisville was reached at 11 oclock A committee of six of theBoard ofTrade met the train and escorted the visitors to special street cars thence to the Board of Trade building where all registered and partook of light refreshments The party then went to the where an elegant dinner was served in the German Village A was taken of the party and the crowd scattered over the grounds see the many interesting exhibits The Fair is the biggest and best Louisville has ever offered and those who can take it in and fail to do so will regret it Neither money pains havevbeen spared in getting together the best of everything and the promoters are to be congratulated upon the great success they have achieved The Lancaster party did nothesitate to tell their friends that they wanted to trade with them and gave their reasons for not doing so The latter they were aware ofthe fact that we are almost cut off from the outside world and they were wil ling to do anything they could sistently to help us out of the hole Nearljrgll the party returned Thurs day night convinced that the people of Louisville are their friends and all resolved to stand up for the good mer the Falls City and quit send w piecesor hidden standstill hours a day or exactly onethird of Figures Louisville learnd Lancaster businessmen business members Fair- Grounds photograph to attraction ic t other went railroad Rowland Stanford decorated r Louisville said con chants of lal heir atti o1 the state Y As the election in Garrard will to warm up we think the timely advice from the to the people of Lincoln is well worth the careful and pravful perusal of some of our wouldbe shooters Two candidates at Stanford came to blows last week and of course friends of both men rubbernecked in Speak ing of the affair the Democrat says The scrap between the candidates for sheriff ought to put people to thinking Twothirds of the men in Lincoln county are now but little less tame than wild animals They are ready to jump in and fight their best friend if he says a word not in accord with their political views One young man in another State killed another because he said Roosevelt wouldnt make a good President There needs to be serious council in Lincoln coun ty or the undertakers business will increase We believe worthy of being called a respectable citizen will neither give nor take sass but will attend to his own business If he dont do it then he gets into There is a know not when a place we know not when a man can say than he ought to One life is worth much more than all the Lincoln ty offices One soul sent unprepared to its account to linger through an everenduring eternity in a roasting seething unquenchable fire of brim to hell fighting over poll tics which is another name for the region of the damned is worth much more than all the Lincoln county combined What ought to be done is for every man really interested in the welfare of Lincoln county to think before they speak in this cam paign Fighting bad way to electioneer Had the belligerents been armed Tuesday doubtless there would have been bloodshed Another blot might have marred the of Kentucky the Dark and bloody ground We honestly believe that any man who will try to get up a fight in the county at this time is a traitor to his country to his friends to his church and to his party If any man dont see as you do dont tight him Dont reach for your gun That is lawful only in selfdefense Attend to your business Democrats and Republicans let the other fellow believe what he pleases but if you cant convince him by argument that he Is wrong dont shoot him Lets get things cooled down and deal with political problems like gentlemen If the people of Stanford and Lincoln will resolve collectively to always remember that he that is without sin should cast the first stone and that to make a town and county prosper no vicious publications should be made of one citizen about another unless there are hundreds of witnesses to the founda tion of the publication strangers would looking to Stanford as a city on a hill What every man and in Stanford and Lincoln county wants is that people of other States should know that we are at least ciT and not believe from tions that Lincoln county has plenty of men ineligible to office on account of ignorance and that some are blood thirsty We have the interest of of Lincoln at heart regardless of party affiliations chiych age sex or color present or pre vious condition and have proved this in every issue of this paper for nearly three years Col Andrew J Bice The illness of Col Andrew J Rice which has been mentioned in THE RECORD for several issues came to an end at the family residence in Lower Garrard Friday night when he passed peacefully into the Great Beyond For many years that dread disease had caused him intense pain and only temporary relief was found He made frequent trips to Martins ville Ind and to resorts which afforded relief to sufferers but none ever gave him but the slightest ease Although he suffered almost TIMELY ADVICE continue following Democrat anybody trouble timewe where more stonesent offices isa reputation county individually and b individuals membership rheumatism m a coo woman iced public other n a I constantly he seldom and when confined to ready wit so characteristic of the man left him and he kept those about him laughing at his strain of humor On several during the past three months it was thought the end was near but he rallied and hopes of his again out were entertained Col Rice was born in Garrard county near his present home December 24th sixty nine years ago He received Ja good education and devoted bis life ing With the exception of a year or two spent in Danville he has resided where the family now live during his entire life He has been very success Sal in business hayinjr made as much money as any in the county He not the kind of man that hoards his wealth on the contrary his friends and neighbors to en Joy what be made We oaoe heard My WHil Vftfl UM never happy tofarm In c j complained occasions getting man was but called swan tB Rice Y y a coat off his back and give it to afriend if that friend was iu need and this remark tells just the character of man that he was He had one brother Col Robert Rice and a sister the former having died some He was twice married the first wife being a sister of Squire Ike Myers To the first union were born three children two of whom are living Robert and Jake the former residing in Texas and the latter in Missouri His second wife was Miss Mary Mock of Boyle county who with five sons Howard Virgil DOlph Victor and Wilson him Col Rice was a lifelong member of the Christian church and for years officer in the Pleasant Grove No man stood higher in the than he and no one enjoyed the and friendship of more people He was a man who took much inter est in young men and never failed to have a pleasant word of to his young friends He in enjoying life and never an opportunity to make those about pie in this section of the state for this feeble pen to dwell upon them A good man has gone to his reward and may the God of mercy and love com fort those who are left to mourn his loss Funeral services were conducted by Elder J L Allen at the family Monday morning and taken to Danville where the interment was in charge of Ryan Com mandery No 17 Knights Templar The friends following the remains from the house to the Cemetery made procession estimaued to be one mile in length The largest crowd ever seen in the Danville Cemetery gathered to pay honor to their dead friends memory The accompanying picture was taken last winter at which time a number of friends the writer among them had gathered to eat a Christmas with him BralaFood Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent 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 it will sustain every other part Yet good your food may be its is destroyed by indigestion dyspepsia You must prepare for appearance or prevent their 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 and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac 6m T S BEAZLEY3DENTTIST Teeth extracted without with Vitalised Air Office In Bulldinc Danville street oppo its 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 Qa B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store L 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 i J Q years since survive respect encouragement believed missed qualities residence the remains dinner authorities however nutriment the Bookont F HUBBLE any org J of Next Saturday FINEST MILLINERY ever shown EVERYBODY INVITED Sallie D Tillett Stock Crop c AT PUBLIC SALE I will sell at auction at my place one mile north of Paint Lick Ky on Thursday Oct 17th 1901 morningthe olds also several Mules 10 headof harness and saddle Horses 30 fresh Milk Cows all bred to Hereford bull 1 thoroughbred Regis tered Hereford 15 stack of thefieldImplements all to be sold without reserveFor particulars call on R E Sallee Ky Terms made known on day of sale MRS E H BALLARD Paint Lick Ky T D English Auctr NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL SURPLUS lie eeeoo LANCASTER KT A R DUllY President JNO E Vice President 8 C DINNY Cashier P BOBISSOH J S T EJCBKT AMt Cashr Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes WHElnnalrd Contractors Attention Bids will b received at the City Council Chamber In Lancaster Ky until Saturday Oct 11 1901 at noon for the building of the foundation of the Parsonage of the Church in Lancaster Ky Drawings and speciflactions for said work can be seen by calling on W H Wherritt a t said Council Chamber The committee reserve the right do reject any or all bids The work to be com tieted according to specifications by Dec 1 1901 Address Wherritt Lancaster ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons small farm in other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HKBNDON tf Assignee IAH p Ell IG IN LANCASTER E Stalliona ed I J 1 Presbyterian W H desiring k w theY r a 1 istert TM OF teseeie Sro ttte SWf WWittIffIffIffWWWWWW WittWittWflfflf Iff flfflrllf The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived i Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by 1 VIOLENT WINDS iE Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 2500000- BMerreSurflM AmutPai CMH HtMtorg 200000 00 Address aU correspondence to Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I E 2 C i t it mm mm mm mmmm m m m f 185000 00 Home tctlnt k t I I E 3 Jltl Gaon km stets J i I ell This wet weather is a good time to grind the tools that they may be when they arc needed a can of machine oil in the shop and when you grind a tool put some oil on it tcf keep from rusting Many a farmer has to buy new tools because of not taking care of the ones he has Do not let the cultivator and mower remain in the field all fall and winter get it up today paint them put them under shelter Reb Goddard tok 15 blue ribbons at the Springfield fair with his string of Red Leafs He has taken 40 at Central Kentucky fairs year every horse being by the sire Red Leaf In the roadster ring at Springfield the wagon overturned throwing Mr Goddard out and one end of the singletree through Red Leafs leg just above the ankle but did not seriously injure him rodsburg Democrat Feed being high priced stock high priced then why not take better of the fodder crop than ever See the fodder is cut close to the ground and set good In the shock Cut a of strings about three feet long and when the corn is shocked tie the fodder in bundles five or six bundles to the shock They will keep better and when it is loaded there will be no waste and it can be handled better and much more puton the wagon with less labor I had long suffered from writes G A LeDeis Cedar City Mo Like others 1 tried many prep arations but never found anything that did me good until I took Koch Dyspepsia Cure One bottle cured me A friend who had suffered I put on the use of Kodol gaining fast and will soon be able to work Before used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indigestion had made him a total wreck F P Prisbie 1m In many parts of the county fowls are dying with roupe or limber neck A gentleman tells us that two years ago ten or fifteen of his hens were with this disease and had been thrown aside apparently lifeless when some one told him to dose them with coal oil He gathered them up and poured two or three spoonfuls of oil down their throats and that afternoon they got up and began walking about and got well It is worth trying Ilarrodsburg Democrat A Greencastle Ind man owns a walnut log for which he has refused an offer of 1500 He found it while making an excavation in the bank of a creek and dug it out of the clay and sand and a lumberman who examined it offered the price first mentioned The owner asks 1800 The appears to have been covered for cen tunics and is as black and hard as The drouth has given a boom to hogs that promises permanency They are still higher in the markets The latest quotations make no minimum for any regular grades less than 0 and from that figure quotations run up to 7 The demand from eastern buyers has been limited by the of obtaining supplies nearer home where prices have not gone up so rapidly as in Chicago and otnei great markets Many species of corn are growing in Bolivia which are unknown in the United States One variety has grains twice as large as those of the largest corn grown by our farmers One kind is of a bright yellow color every grain being as large as a thumb nail When bitten it crumbles up almost like lour and with a slight bruising it could be turned into meal An exchange says our exports of cattle are still very heavy and for that reason the foreign markets have not a chance to tone up The drouth may have the effect of home supplies lateronfornot asyajany cattle have been put on feed usual though the turnip crop is re 6fltocif good Shipments to a year ago and promise tfc be fluite heavy the balance of the much space has beehengag ed on ocean steamers A womans anger like a glass of so da water soon fizzes out An Irish philosopher says its all right to make hay while the provided its cloudy NATUREWomans Constitution girlhood blossoms as the moon continues everlastingly to growwane and her chillsand relief shemay gain 1 through alleviationteg off nerves and rest ar oad f mt just 2n read Keep premiums number indigestion similarly Dyspepsia Cure TIe is affected mahogany possibility o England decreasing irs p arefullyup seas sun shines Beginning at the when er d s vonclngays of cold nod come Comfort depression bears her buy and withrare Th e tats clint h tibettin s tOne wonianh od through the first few silver proclaim a she 7 stren ftUFELBS FEMALE KWULTM will her and alleviate hersuffering relieve that depressing strengthennerves drive stop that headache the her like a mothers her troubles will be BO obstructed The everecnrrent and the moon will follow regularlyoUter times aBuy of druggists for 9100 bottle to our Illustrated fttXKPerfect Health for IT1IC BMADIFCLD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA j Soc her weir and confortabl throUJ lIe omes 1 s rL z t f 7 f f IJ tness kiss aM 7 tj jj a in c c I HUBBLE Rev Moore will preach at the Christian church here Sunday after noon at 3 oclock C C Gover J C Eubanks and L B Underwood bought 25 mule colts at county court last Monday The young folks prayer meeting at oclock p In at the Christian church is always largely attended and very interesting Miss Daisy McGuire is visiting rela Moreland Mrs Kate Un who has been suffering with broken foot is improving slowly Mrs C CWithers is visiting her sister Indiana Mr Miller has been here buying cattle Miss Mary Rigney attended her sis ters wedding last week Mr James McKechnie and two little daughters Misses Jessie and Stella visited P Underwoods family at Hedge ville A large was present Sunday afternoon to listen to the ex sermon by Rev A R Moore at the Hubble Christian church Mrs Qeo Wood made tile good confession and was baptized in Dix river Monday afternoon Miss Lucretia Under wood of Hedgeville visited relatives here last week Misses Agie Bourne and niece Agie of Bettis Minnie and Sue Bourne of Hedgeville June and Daisy McGuire and Mrs L B King of Hubble visited Mrs Bourne Mrs Lucy A Gardneris visiting Mr J and B E Wihnots families this week RIGHT THINKING the Controlling Enerjcy of Life KeliKion the Architect of Fortune For as he thinketh In Ills heart so is he Proverbs 237 The world dues not the fact that the controlling energy in a mans life is the kind of thinking he does So true is this that if we could clairvoyantly discover the thoughts which permanently reside in his brain we could predict with abso Into certainty the quality of his life Our opinion Of what will afford us the greatest amount of happiness give us the largest satisfaction deier mines outS character with infinite ac curacy It is like the rnddtr which controls the course of the vessel or more significant still it resembles the boilers and engine in the hold which alone make any movement possible With an enlightened conscience for rudder and noble thoughts for motive power a man will as surely stead iy work his way toward Heaven as the transatlantic steamer plows the ocean toward the port which is its manifest destination If you are convinced that there is neither honor among men nor virtue among that honesty lieed not stand the waj of acquisition but is Inl3 valuable as a blind to help jou the easier to attain your end then I can trust my forecast of what you will be in middle life just as I can trust in the law of cause and effect Never a stone was thrown into the air which could defy gravitation and continue its journey at its own There is no such stone wandering through space Every one that has gone up has been inexorably arrested by the law and has sooner or later come back to the earth with a And never a man has cherished mean or selfish thoughts and reached a high spiritual level He may begir with the consciousness of strength hut he learns at last that he is not master of the universe and he will by and by sit in sackcloth and ashes to repent his error of judgment This is only another way of saying that God has not vacated the throne but still reigns in full supremacy Religion then is the architect of fortune I am not speaking of your creed which like your overcoat may be taken off and laid aside without making any change in your manhood neither do I refer to the form of which is best adapted to your teiii Peramenl religion is independent- of both I have in mind those mighty ideas with which the New Testament throbs like the heart of a giant those moral principles which have brought order out of the chaos of human and given us an ideal which is as dear to our mental vision as Orion in the wintry sky with a light that fills earth and Heaven with glory Religion means your surrender to the wisdom of God the demand backed and sustaincd by the energy and love jn which all planets and sjsterns are submerged that you shall do you know to be right sure thatn very sacrifices will pro duce more happiness than mere wealth ever purchasing Religloij means an appreciation fostered and maintained by the convictions of your most thoughtful hours that sturdy manliness and the serenity of soul which is the result thereof are worth more to you as a child of immortality than political influence or fame or the grand total of all things which you ever coveted With such a conviction as that as necessary to the as fresh air is to the blood you are equipped for the struggle of life as was the sir knight who at the cathedral altar and dedicated his sword and his good right arm to the service of God That conviction is stamp on the coin which gives it its value To be In doubt on this subject is like the child who is afraid jii the dark he knows not at what We need to be sure that right is right that the Almighty is always with the right as sure as the marineris that Isis compass will never fail him and then we can be peaceful and un disturbed by the crash of worlds Life may bring what it will there is another in which the crooked shall be straightened out We may weep who does not but it is sur lace of the ocean that is ruffled by thestorm while beneath is eternal calmrtoo v i for Jt is only Gods fiervantjsent ip the eternal dwell who haveparted from us In sorrow and who to give us welcome all that more that cannot be expressed George H Hepwortb Herald i ai 7 A R near C E of Illinois rowd J W Is yet women in pleasure I hud defiant worship for passion blazing what the end your knelt then nts s o n601onger in dread IJs walt inc rr li t es wood lent UaMaI alIrCci and true soul yc tube loses it we rink usher wbereh they and much k Z ti Wc of in it DISCOVERED BILL NYE Man Claims to Have Early Appreciated tilt Fainom Humorist Bill Rot of Laramie Wyo is entitled to the credit of discovered Bill the Root now has charge of the village at the panAmerican and tells the following story how he first met the writer Bill Nye when he was a young man wasnt much in fact folks in Laramie wondered whether he would eventually dry up and blow away or just die of plain starvation Things never would come his way and that same way led through many rocky places Everything to which he turned his hand seemed to wither under it ind he began to think that he was a hoodoo J3JH was a pretty discouraged of a chap when I said to him wife one day Come out to the ranch and stay with me for awhile and they same Long before this time Frances Bins wife had made up her mind that Bill was cast in the mold of a lawver and nothing would do but Bill must study law So Bill came his old books and would wander around the ranch trying to imbibe ozone and pages of But the of worry was in his mind and the ozone and several of the things I a cupboard seemed to do good NOT DEXTEROUS AT FORTY Saul Men Han 1n Lose Their Cunning When They Reach Twro Score Years Long after a mans hands have ceased to do the bidding of the mind that directs them his mind retains full measure of vigor Instances are numerous of men who have reached the allotted age of life in the activities of the world as long as those activities are of brain and not of the hand But the mechanics highest skill is shown when he is between the of 30 and 40 After the latter age his hand loses its cunning but if the brain has been taught to work he can continue to labor and may even surpass the earning power of his hand After 40 the muscles do not respond nearly as certainly and readily to the orders and the willingness of the brain authorityA death of manual activity is seen in the trade A skillful buttonmaker in his prime between 30 and 40 years of age can make 11 or 12 a week in ivory an output each day on his lathe of 6420 buttons When he gets to be 45 years old he can make 6 or 7 a week if he is lucky while 20 years later even if he still enjoys sound health and faculties all he can make is 5 a week FISH FLEE FROM THUNDER It IM Known to Fishermen That They Seek Itefufje from Storm in Deep- Water Away front Coast Fishermen along the Atlantic coast know the peculiar effect of thunder storms on fish and save themselves unnecessary work because they do know it Of the army of 40000 fisher men that occasionally or regularly wet lines in the waters contingous to New York 35000 never think of going afishing after two or three days of thunder and lightning They know better The other 5000 hopeful and imaginative with nothing better to do take a chance at it any way and come home with fishermans luck The highest authorities among bay men say that drives the fish into deep water oil shore and that vivid lightning so disturbs their sleep that they take a day two off for rest and recuperation Thus it happens that on the third day after a hard storm with tion and pyrotechnics the catch is phenomenal whereas on the first or second day after there is no sport ex cept sailing oer the bounding or groaning on a ground swell NEW FATTENING FAD Strict Hear I men of Banana Results and Makes Flesh A lady who was recently so ill of nervous dyspepsia as to be in bed and so thin that she gave up all hope of ever getting fat secured a new doe tor who used her for an experiment in diet lIe placed her upon a strict regimen of bananas nothing else the New York Herald The result was marvelous She grew to really like them when prepared by baking and served with sugar and crean or cold in the form of delicatefvill biscuit made of banana flour Daily she grew more plump and rosy and now she well and expebts to stay Bananas contain starch in its most easily assimilated form Homeopathic doctors for some called this tropical fruit unwholesome but it is only indigestible when unripe As most bananas arrive here and are eaten in a green state cooking is to develop their valuable qualities The delicious large red banana from Cuba is the most acceptable one but now very scarce The cheapness of this cure is one of its charms for almost all treatment for weak nerves and poor nutrition is very expensive The hap py woman who tried the fad is telling A Ancient Deed A curious deed is on file in T berland county Pennsylvania accord ing to the Sunbury Republican bears date of October 91793 In a se of whereases it traces the owner ship of the land conveyed from the Creator of the earth who by parole and liverey of seizin the parents of mankind towit Adam and Eve of all that certain tract of land called and known in the planetary system as the earth through theages tp the maker of the deed Flour from Minnesota Bread and butter state is the way Minnesota will be known hereafter This js a name that she is rightly hUed to Last year she ground out 630500 barrels of flour and Woodpo a of better I It enr 6 i t C c Who Co probably haying e humorist Indian exposition along with Blackstone canker- worm continuing thee ages button being thunder or billows la Curluus Dypepsla says also had banana fritters and ve necessary nutritive assurIng des didenfeoff J j i ft tioi jti i r j 4 Sits tern l ott andS ttlIi T ninafuhr Nervous I She Nort hum chu med u it of A SLIPPERY SHOT There now you stupid imp youve inked my fingers till over Never go and clean them Hurry up youve only just time The aggrieved boy Toni Barnard gave a look at the clock and then dived out of the schoolroom down the passage which led me to the lavatory It lacked only three minutes before the bell would sound for school There was no time to be lost When he entered the lavatory he found his friend Merridew busily scrubbing away at one of the basins Shy me over the soap he cried taking his stand before a basin and turning on the tap full Though time was such an object Merri dew could not resist that most delightful of sensations the squeezing of a piece of wet soap in his hand and letting it gradu ally slip out between his fingers and his thumb How it travels What curious ex cursions it makes Merridew tried to shoot the slippery mis sile to his friend But it ia about as diffi cult to fire wet soap by compression as to throw a boomerang and it was no matter of surprise to either of them to see the soap fall nearer to the thrower than to his ob ject Merridew rushed forward and picked it up One more shot he cried fire straight this time At that moment the turret clock gave its wellknown preliminary wheeze It may have unsettled Meridews aim Whatever the cause the unfortunate fact that the soap flew straight through the yard below a juvenile voice shouted up Hullo you fellows wont you catch it then the steps of an approaching master were heard and the boys lied towards the schoolroom their wet hands thrust into their pockets- It was summer afternoon so in a few minutes all discomfort arising from their condition ceased The old clock ceased striking the passage doors were Iccked and school began Neither of the boys however felt quite at ease Merridew anticipated unpleasant questions arising from the broken window and the soap which would be discovered in the yard Barnard was aware that when his inky hands were seen it would mean 50 lines However by keeping them in his pockets as much as possible and putting them behind him when he stood ii to avoided the monsters eye arid saved himself The first hour rolled slowly by and the time came to change classes The two boys were in the same form and sat next each other not infrequently giving each other assistance But in this particular study geography Barnard required no help he was always up in his lesson and easily gained the best day after day This afternoon was no exception he ran off the names of the principal towns on the Volga river with facility and when his turn came next to give the principal heights of the Himalayas everyone knew that the ques tion was a mere trifle for Barnard What was the surprise of the class to hear him mutter something about 3000 feet This was utterly wrong as even Jorkins the dunce of the class could tell Come Barnard said the master kind ly you cannot have heard what I asked Try again The heights of the principal mountains of the Himalaya range In vain Barnard was unable to collect his thoughts he grew red stammered and then sat down helplessly Next boy said the master As soon as it was safe to do so whispered to his chum What on earths the matter at the other end of the room responseThe At the end nearest the door was the doctors throne classrooms opened out at intervals along the walls while at the end farthest from the entrance was held the class of which Bar nard and Merridew were members Merridew did not at first perceive the cause of his friends distress But it soon became apparent Underneath the door then moving on again down the room Jiminy whispered Merridew that lavatoryYes Barnard I must have left the tap running I know I turned it full on to wash and your sending that soap through the window made me to turn it off again I never thought of till I saw the water coming under the door What can I do The place must be pretty well flooded said Merridew by way of comfort its got to travel all along the passage before it can get here The doctor must see it in a win ute boys who perceived the water about his feet The cause of the mischief was guessed in a moment and a monitor splashed full of water to report and another message to the masters of the different forms to detain all boys who were in the lavatory after dinner It happened that Barnard and Merridew were the only ones who had been there so it was not hard to culpritsFortunately harm had been done so Barnard came off more lightly than he had anticipated Merridew being the more unfortunate of the two for he had to pay for the broken glass out of lilt pocket money Never mind said Barnard consoling ly as they escaped twas lucky you didnt have to pay for the soap as well Golden Days Witty Sayings of the Press Competition is the life of trade and the death of ethics Puck Every man occasionally gets into a mean worthies state when he needs a licking Atchison Globe A good many things seem to have inevitable merely from being Brooklyn Life Do you suffer much from the heat at your house No we keep the thermometer in the ice box Indianapolis News There are 48 kinds of the house fly We are upon terms of the closest with all the Transcript Cautious Excited that man and boy Well theyre burglars Ar rest them at once 1oliceman Er 1 would you mind calling the boy over here 1 think Ill arrest him first Ohio State Journal the campaign much time has been lostbeen limited to waking hours of the professors discovery upon the next are Nebraska City Conservative Phenomenon In Director Sage of the Iowa weatherand crop service is receiving reports all sections of the state thatOT8ny corn fields are developing a phe nomenon in the nature of a second tassel from which the silks are fertilized and kernels are developing on ears that heretofore been bart The hot winds July stunted the tassel but left the silkgreen fair quality Mild weather accom panied by rains has acted like magic unless cut short lljyearlj frosts W 1 BY BLAKE Looksharp urn Theeen a construe marks Lookup spreading forget attention offending housekeeper become sore 1t 48Boston CitizenSee A Chicago professor is lecturmng on politicians ar8 Iowa rom of pIll1J Z i 3 hu co ga c PAUL rried remaii cotin Merni dew rded cause ando aiit hicago Dahlj Sun T z iij Poisoa Oak Poison ivy are among the bestknown of dangerous To or handle them and inflammation tense itching and of The eruption soon disappears wild plants I ferer but t t within h almost as soon as the little blisters and pustules appeared the poison had reached regularintervalsvated form This will loiter in the system for years atom of it must out blood before you can expect a perfect permanent cure Natures Aitlfete Natires MSNS is the Only cure for Poison Oak Poison all noxious plants It is com posed exclusively of roots herbs Now ts to get the poison out of system as condition worse Dont experiment with salves washes never cure Mr S M Marshall bookkeeper of the Atlanta Oak He took Sulphur Arsenic and other drugs and externally numerous break out improved after taking one bottle of S S S and a blood of the and aU evidences of the disease disappeared are often poisoned without knowing when orhow case to our physicians and they will cheerfully such ad as you require without charge and we will send at same time an ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA 64 TASTING OF LIQUORS There In Known to Be a Good Deal of Ilaniliut in the Expert Palate Claim Stories about the delicate taste of those who claim to be wine experts are always interesting Recently we came across one in which Goethe fig ures the Buffalo Commercial At a small party at the court of Wei mar the marshal asked permission to submit a nameless sample of wine Accordingly a red wine was cir culated tasted and much commend ed Several of the company pro nounced it Burgundy but could agree as to special vintage of year Goethe alone tasted and tasted again shook his head and with a meditative air set his glass on the table Your excellency appears to be of a different opinion said the court marshal I ask what name you give the wine The wine said the poet is quite unknown to me but I do not think that it is a Burgundy I should rather consider it a good Jena wine that has been kept for some while in a Maderia cask And so in fact it is said the court marshal There is a great deal of humbug in this wine tasting and expert palate in liquors We have seen several smacking their lips over some old whisky from a bottle labeled 1843 and discussing what the effect of the aging hail been when time real facts were that it was very ordinary whisky put into a bottle labeled above the night before by some who wanted to test the experts andevery SS FOR soapsthey Ga Gas Light Co was with Poison theealmOlt blind For eight years the Would season Jlis condition WaS much P e vance wtt1cs y e a says mme the May meal mme p New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE Pacific Coast In effect Sunday May 10 The new train will leave St Louis at 9 a m daily Evening train tj same points 1010 Only line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco tickets now on sale For further information address II G T MATTHEWS Tarvellng Pass Agent Lonlsvllle Ky H C TOWNSEND Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Insure with the Hew Tork tire Insurance Co and the ial fire Insurance Co G B SwlnebroadAgt ORGANIZED 189- 3PIMMS NATIONAL U OZLAIOIITEIIT Capital Surplus Fund 95OOOO 10001 BUSHWIB TmHiMBO JUCHT AMbiaat dualOD WAIXU B ekkM BIUCTOU I I I p m daily daily service Excursion BANK oIl Mbe AUa8 U I u 1j i of Double Rzssiiioa TLlAL- 4aH1 LL I JIRi2i i i DAVIDSON ft LANDRAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY 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 will please call at thelaw office of R Davidson over Stormes store and list theirproperty for sale withus We will advertise it extensively in theCENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make nocharge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirectly 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 L to No 1 House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame bonse four rooms hallway t verandas and a convenience in the way of outbuildings barn bnggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and 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 will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and 323 feet deep or 420 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid site for a nice residence in a good 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 No 2 70 feet front on lUll street 323 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 tobacca or hemp land the rest is rich and productive failing water and tencing in good repair Land has been well treated 1J 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 on East Main Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property in this location is always salable No 17 Farm of J58 Acres in Polleys Bend Kentucky River In Garrard county about 4J miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard C room twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud in Polleys Bend is fast increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 312 12 Situated 1 12 Miles South of and About miles from Lancaster All good strong land good house Is 2 storys containing 6 rooms cry and all other necessary out buildings are I on the place to church school I and fitted for stock raising I No 20 Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles from Carters Tille in Garrard county And of a mite from Copper Creek pike 80 01 SX acres in corn and tobacco watered by pools and fail under good 2 story house containing8 rooms back good sulphur well at door 2 barns stock aud tobacco latter 3fcc40xli Church within 1 mile of money making farm nicely situated No 14 600 Acres ot Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near and East of Flat River on the Clncinnat Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 13 Houseand Lot sear Sul phur Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan castei m g Bummer kitchen attached good cellar a building neighborhood excellent lever property Acres 8 very under and abundantly watered two tenant good house gras creeknever residence ond school withIn of a mile A CountyKy I Well lan ever 7 ce i C c No 6 Farm of 60 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard mid Kockcastle line All bottom lund level and productive never fulling stock water 1J story leg honse and nil necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st 1M1 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan vile Avenue Known as the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is 143 feet front on Danville Avenue and 1SS feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veuieutly arranged in every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and till at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acres of splen did hemp or tobacco land 75 acres in grass balance undei cultivation watered by never falling springs Place is in good repair House 1J stories containing Grooms porch aud letticed porches good cistern good boxed log bun and good outbuildings Very fine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate size No 12 Farm of 84 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike 64 acres in grass balance under cultivationgood strong land in good repair and wateredby never failing springs Two story frame house 6 rooms and necessary outbuildingsOne of the largest and best barns in the country Buildings are comparatively new 2good nandNo 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway structed large bath room complete outfit offixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot is100 feet front 447 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 County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences inthe Blue Grass Region with 80 acres of fertilelaud attached situated at Logana in Jessamine county Ky 5 miles from Nicholasvilleon a good turnpike and near raihoad 5 roomcottage house magnificient barn and every kind of convenient outbuildings good waterevery thing in good repair Good location fordoctor or dairy man No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres 01 Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school house milefrom Good Hope Baptist church a acres undercultivation balance in grass good pasture falling spings and ponds 12 acres in orchardin fruiting prime best varieties in all kindsof fruit Good 1 story cottage house nicelyfinished and conveniently arranged with astoreroom feet adjoining it Post office known as is kept at the store andis an excellent location for a country storeA good place for a coming merchant to makemoney and make it fast No 5 Farm of 86 Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cnltivation 25 acres of whichhave been in oats and gross 25 acres offine tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheatand corn remainder in grass Stock water inabundance Sufficient throughout last years Well worth what we want foi it t improved handsomely land under good fence and watered never sown fruItIngnecessary d lm by For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson Louis Landrail store Ce tr I Record office LawOftlee over OR Stores a U