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TWELFTH YEAR LOUIS Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Sy at Second Clou Matter LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCT 10 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR c ff f tiJ L i d t f t en rUteofr l LANDRAM t n i aw sw f n 4 1I alr r r Y asw Sys 4NUMEls s We have the largest and best line HEATING STOVES We have ever carried and they go at BOTTOM PRICES Call see them and you will find bargains JRJfaselden J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors off r j s e 1 Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty 5011 Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward g THE HOME NEWS For fresh oysters go to Zimmers Chicken thieves are numerous late The Graded School is full to Chicken feed for sale at Markshury Sons Get your fresh bulk oysters from Zimmer Bring us your job work and we will please you Our 10 suits make a strong bid for your trade H T Logan fresh homemade taffy and go to Saddles and bridles at cost at Ro mans Elmore Zimmer has fresh homemade taffy and chocolates try them l There isnt a swell dresser in town too swell for our new suits H T Logan You get rebate stamps for all re pair work at W Frost has fallen and the small boy goes wanut huntin Sadday Zimmer has just received a fresh lot of oyster crackers rry them New goods in Rings Belt and at Thompsons the See how cheap our of winter buggy robes are Romans Elmore Horse shoeing and all kirids work oy G W Ball at Come and seef line of Jarde niers they are beauties Lancaster Grocery Co We will save you rom one to four dollars on buggy harness Romans Elmore Cabbage at or 3135 per barrel bananas lOc dozenR Stone It is true our 10 suits do not make the man but they help like thunder HT Logan Try our fresh roasted coffees and you will use no other Lancaster Grocery Co ly chocolates Zimmers ine 0 wagon W J omans 2c per lb overflowing For 8s mans S- Pins Jeweler 6 Lots for sale at 5 750 10 12 15 and 18 Lots of new fall suits H T Logan That 10 bill will not rest in your pocket after you have seen our 10 suit H T Logan Bring your we pay cash for Grocery Company You not only save money bybuying of Withers Co but get the new thing y It I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same me before selling R M 103tf Notice The school tax for the year 1901 is now due Please call at once and E W Harris Col 25 head good twoyearold steers weight about 1000 Ibs Apply to Jno N Teater near Buckeye tf DTHE RECORD office has just printed telephone directory whicn a quarter sheet size card Flowering bulbs Hyacinth Tulips Crocus Lilly and other bulbs Cheaper than you can order same J C Thompson Dont fail to attend the Logan Dry Goods Co s Cloak opening next Friday Saturday and Monday Oct 11 12 14 The Rev James E Wolford will be gin a meeting next Monday with Rev J M Bruce at Freedom near Kirks yule George Smiths bowling alley is run ning full blast now and furnishing much pleasure to large crowds every nightR A Stone will sell you 18lbs of granulated sugar for 100 coffee at 10c per package and salt at 180 per barrel In last issue we Rice Benge would be at Martinsville several months It should have read sever al weeksWithers Furniture Stanford jr show the most up tedate line of Carpets Wall Paper and frames It i eg them Furniture sic Vest settle For Sale anew covers said iC cl ne u iture PI ure 8 a butter ancaster r brand PM P jMMIl MPM P BW Pg B SHOES SHOES SHOES Everybody wears shoes and everybody who is thor oughly posted on shoes buy of us because we give better SHOES for the money than any house in Central Kentucky OUR FALL SHOES are all lined up for your inspection and such an array of v has never before been seen in this town These foot soldiers of ours arent all show either They are fighters Poor service was never so stubbornly resisted as it will be this year by our SHOES With every pair you buy goes our guarantee of perfect satisfaction We shall be pleased to have every shoe wearer in this vicinity call and see the NEW FALL STYLES V SHOES FOR THE FAMILY M M from babys tiny feet to grandpas tender feet r price in the house to offend Come see H TLOGANThe OnePrice Clothier and Furnisher I SHOEstyles f m r I ota 3 7 f 0 F I l j f Q pQ E r j Yt t w Get your oak fencing boxing and framing material directly from us at the mill without the middlemans profit W P Walden Co The stores close at seven oclock every evening in order that the merr chants and clerks may attend the meeting at the Presbyterian church For Sale I offer for sale my residence in the town of Lancaster Ky on Lexington avenue Persons desiring to purchase can examine the property Judge M D Hughes a Maccabee organizer second in greatness only to Mike Elkin has been working up a lodge at Crab Orchard He reports much success Business has increased on the Row land branch so much that mers the clever engineer has been given a large four wheel engine known to railroad men as a hog Whoppers Fred Conn sent us turnips that weighed four pounds each They are perfect in form and eat right where you hold them Fred is the blueribbon turnip raiser of the season Judge Miller of Louisville held that morphine or cocaine drunkenness comes under the same head as ky drunkenness under the law If this is put in force here many of the croak friends will suffer Pleasant Evening The entertainment given by the Christian Endeavor Tuesday evening was pronounced as very entertaining and enjoyable A large crowd was present money Ready Saturday Miss Elisa Lusk requests us to that the money will be here Saturday for the county teachers which will be paid them at herofflce We will have our regular Fall and Winter opening of Cloaks and Furs on Friday Saturday and Monday Oct 11th 12th and 14th The Logan Dry Goods Co Rooks Now Ready The city tax books have been placed in my hands and lam ready to re ceive taxes Pay them now as a will be added November 1 and I will proceed according to law tf S D Turner Cheap Rates Lexington The L and N will sell round trip tickets to Lexington account of the Kentucky Horse Breeders Association Tickets on sale Oct 7th to 18 inclusive Final limit 19th rates Theres Always a Bright Side The melancholly days have come sighed a wag yesterday Well thats true havent the melon cholic days just passed away Thats something to be thankful for Goods Co have moved their Cloak department up stairs where they have plenty of room and good light and it will be no trouble to see their immense stock of Cloaks and Furs Every Second Monday Dr Hobson the dentist will be at the Garrard Hotel every second Mon day in each month fully prepared to wait on customers If you want work done in the best possible manner see him tf Seed Wheat H A B Marksbury Sons car of northern seed wheat has arrived and test 64 to 66 pounds to the bushel have several varieties of home seed wheat screened and splendid sale Get your seed wheat now A o u w We are soon to have an order of A in OTT Lancaster Mr W E Gilkison Deputy Grand Master has a large list already and is adding them every day This lodge will be Initiated by Richmond team Mr T Currey one of the oldest as well as the best merchants in town is having a new roof put on his store He says he wiU use the old shingles to make fire for Lige Harris and Lettuce Markshury to lie around this win ter Stenography Typewriting Miss Lenna Hobbs is prepared to do stenographic work and typewriting and will be glad to wait upon anyone desiring that kind of work Her charges are fifteen and cents a page Call up Central phone office Behind the Cork Prof Robert Mitchell who had charge of the Richmond band has resigned and accepted work with Bar lows Minstrels Mitchell was hand master of the Second Kentucky while the regiment in camp at Chic amauga If we have npfgiyen all local hews ask yourself if you gave nos the news item you had that would have sounded well in print and been of in terwt others TPQt8eI A newsman is neither omnipresent nor ubiquitous 1 i a O Bradley Henry Lam two yesterday whist announce penalty to Reduced suppose WeT fort in twentyft ve Gee 4DeIPI r D f ls ri di 2 0 5 it i G T i I to W Oct update S grow Ws Workman and tel was Lea Sand the well as F of by of to of Snead Information was received here last week of the death of Mrs John Snead atSedalia Mo Mrs Snead ter of Mrs H A Price of this ty and an estimable lady She had a number of friends and acquaintances here who regret exceedingly to hear of her death Damp Churches Quite a number of young men here shouts hobble around on canes com plaining of rheumatism Its a pity the churches are so damp If the would keep a little fire these Sundays it would prevent this At our Cloak and Fur openings Saturday and Monday Oct 12th and 14th we will have a special line of fine garments on display fur these days that will not be carried in stock so take advantage of this and get a nice garment at a low price The Logan Dry Goods Co Buys In Boyle Danville News Rev John Bruce has sold his fine farm on the pike about three miles from to Mr Allen of Lancaster for 89000 Is everybody moving to Boyle county Mr Allen married Miss Baker who was a pupil at Boll Seminary and has many friends here All members Wanted The Rev James E Wolford pastor the Baptist church will occupy his pulpit Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours All members are urgently requested to be present at the morning service The pastoral year has come to a close and the ter will be decided as to whether pastor will remain Dynamo Repaired One of the street dynamos at the electric light plant had to be sent to Louisville last week and when it was being replaced Saturday night caused some trouble with the house lights Accidents will happen sometimes and it is unreasonable to think the light plant should be an exception to the rule Taking it all in all we have the best lights of any small town in the state A Good Name When 1 was a boy remarked Joe Hopper theotherday we moulded our own bullets Sometimes one would get a little cold and mould with a flaw and we called it hop perjawed and we would mould it over Now I am here after some of those whopperjawed Presbyterians and I want you my son to take this hint he said to the editor of THE RECORD A Deserving Lady Danville Advocate Mrs G L Schooler assistant editor of vanceKentuckian will be a for Enrolling Clerk of the Lower House of the Kentucky Legislature should that body be Republican Mrs Schooler is a very bright woman and long odds the best end of the firm which she is the junior member Should the Republicans be so lucky as get the General Assembly they could do no better than elect Mrs Schooler Many Ladles The town was full of ladies the millinery openings being the drawing card Every spring and fall these openings are looked forward to with much pleasure by the women and they come in droves to see the pretty hats try them on and either one laid away or take it home local dealers Noel Sisters and D Tillett have stocks of goods fall that would do credit to any city and many compliments have been passed upon the taste displayed their selection THE RECORD would advise its readers to see these goods before making purchases elsewhere as you willfind the latest styles and most reasonable prices A Plucky Woman Danville News Mrs Charles on Tuesday night showed that she possessed inTuTl measure true Kentucky pluck and grit Judge was away from home and Miss Lettie Green was spending the night with Mrs McDowell The only other occupants of the house were the three McDowell Early in the morning one of the children awakened his mother and she found that the light was usually burned all night out Slipping quietly out bed Mrs McDowell went into an adjoining in the dark took a key from the wall unlocked the desk and secured the Judges big pistol Returning to the bed room she opened window and let in a faint light She saw the shadowy form of a man and fired at it Instead of the man it was his reflection in a mirror she hit She heard the glass and realizing her mistake the pistol in of a sound and put three bullets into a door The burglar escaped unhurt but it is a McDowell wasperfectly cool dur the shooting and showed remakable nerveas as good mark manship More Local on page 3 is n b was sextons chilly ailment Friday opportunity Lancaster Danville Laura Uncle the Ad candidate Saturday McDowell i McDowell badly scared T b a s coo lit tl children which was room then that falling she turned the direction sate guess that he was K tie of of to ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY At the practically unanimous demand of my own party and urgent licitation 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 but in view of the great number of electors regardless of their party who have seen proper to insist on my nomination I have with some 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 good order throughout the county but is also perhaps the most important factor in shaping and controlling the amount of taxes that your Fiscal Court finds it necessary to levy on your property each year to meet the current 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 oflice and when after my repeated on all useless extravagance and on certain most time honored leaks in county treasury levy necessary to meet all the current expenses of your county and then leave a handsome surplus in your treasury at the close 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 thecity of Lancaster no longer has jurisdiction to try whisky cases and with blind tigers not only flourishing throughout the county but with their Gov ernment Licenses all over the corporate limits of Lancaster actually boasting 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 practically the only safeguard to prevent their extending their sphere and running even wider open than oflice is of even greater import ance than ever before to such of our parents as wish to protect their boys from this most vicious and destructive influence and it well behooves them 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 unnec essary drains and expenses on your county treasury Fearing that pressing business engagements and the limited time left for my canvass may prevent my seeing each of you personally I take this method of announcing my candidacy and assuring you that if my candidacy with your approval I shall be very grateful for whatever assistance you may toward promoting my election Respectfully Aug19 tf W McC JOHNSTON WE ARE READY With a large stock of Fall Winter Merchandise so affiliation reluctance expenses 4 assaults lour the hereafter nowthis steadfastly meets render and fellow citizens conception F DRESS GOODS Flannels Underwear Outings Blankets Comforts Cloaks Shoes fancy Goods Carpets TrimmingsSilks VelvetsCorduroys j CLOTHINGFor Men And V Boys Suits Overcoats Boots Shoes HatsFurnishing Goods RubbersUnderwear t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t i tmt fitfi We extend a general invitation for every body to come and see our stock Our Trip pie Business Banner Quality in Merchan dise Character inValues Prices You should cometo our Cloak and Fur opening Friday and Monday Oct 1 1 th and 14th Jf 1 ku Diy Goods Co f T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T t t t Lowness in n 12th I Saturday YDU BATZE 25 per cent BY BUYING SECOND BAND SCHOOL BOOKS AT 1 1 j I fIIV M ROBERTS DRUG C STORE w G kFe IITIT iti i V CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Oct lofi pO JAMES B McCRKARY Cynthiana career of this distinguished and favorite leader of the Kentucky democracy is ene long and useful serviceboth state and national In a nut shell it may be briefly summarized as follows Born and reared on a farm in Madi son county his earlier education in the neighborhood schools and Richmond Seminary graduated with honors at Centre College and afterward from the law department of Cumberland University Tennessee Entered upon the practice of law at the age of 21 at Richmond and has been an active and sucsessful of the bar ever since except during such periods as his official Si and taken him from home Served with distinction in the Confederate armies under GensBragg t TimesThe received dutiesciv militaryhave r f Morgan and Breckinridge Chosen presidential elector on the democratic ticket in 1868 but declined as he had been out of the Confederate service less than three years Delegate to the national convention same year which nominated Horatio Seymour for presi dent and Frank P Blairfor vice pres ident Represented Madison county in the legislature three terms 186973 without opposition in his own party was speaker during his second and third terms aud such was his ability and fairness as a presiding officer that no appeal from his decision was ever sustainedThe and popularity he gained during his service in the resulted in his being chosen n 1875 as the democratic candidate for he was only 36 years of several able and democrats His republican opponent was Gen John M Harlan at present a justice of the supreme court of the United States The two rival candidates made a joint canvass of the State The campaign was though the candidates treated each other with the marked courtesy and gentility characteristic of the true gentlemen of the old school Col McCreary was elected by an of 37000 His term of four years earned for him the sobriquet of The Model The constitution making him Ineligible for a second term which alone prevented Gov McCrearys re i I i legislature governorwhen ageover distinguished heated approximate deserved Governor i majority nomination he resumed the practice of law at Richmond- In 1884 he was first elected to con gress from the eighth district and was reelected for five successive terms serving in all twelve years with distinguished ability He served on leading committees and was twice chairman of the committee on foreign affairs Many of the leading bills and most important measures before con gress during his service in the house originated with Congressman McCrea ry Space will not permit of their mention are too many and varied for the attempt Gov McCieary has always been a consistent bimetalist In 1892 he was one of five commissioners selected to represent the United States in the International monetary conference at Brussels Belgium In that confer ence he earnestly advocated alism His wellknown loyalty to the par ty and its nominees and capacity for organization caused him to be chosen as chairman of the state campaign committee last year Removing to he devoted three months laborious and effective work in organ izing and carrying the state for Bryan and Beckham How well he in the face of the 100000 corrup tion fund poured into the state lure old Kentucky away from her ocratic moorings is now political BRYANTS VILLE Born to the wife of Mr Will Glass a boy See the new caps for little boys and girls at Mrs Haseldens Mr Jim Berkele had a fine mule gored to death last week by a vicious County Medical Society met in this city on Friday Oct 4th They were the guests of Dr Win Those present were Drs Herring Acton Grant Kinnaird Wesley Bur nett and Sandlinof Lancaster Poyntz Walker and Casenburg of Paint Brown and Carpenter of Stanford The essayists of the day were Drs Elliott and Burnett who presented well written and highly instructive essays The visiting physicians accorded a warm welcome by the zens of this city and were so pleased by the sumptuous dinner of Mrs that they say they will come again Mrs J W Hogan and Mrs Fannie Bryant are visiting Mrs Mary Wol folk of Lexington Air and Mrs Sam Haselden visited their parents Saturday and Sunday L D wife and little daughter and Mr and Mrs Sagrady of Danville visited relatives here Sunday S N Stedman and littledaughter are visiting relatives in Stanford Mr and Mrs Bratton visited near Rich mfead last week Miss Bessie Patton and Sam Adams visited in Lexington last week Richard Ballard ofPaint Lick who has been with his grand father a week will return to his home this week The Ladies Christian Aid Society will meet with Mrs Haselden Thursday evening at three oclock Mrs J X Dunn entertained a number of friends last Thursday Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at McRob erts drug 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 et the herethey rLouisville succeeded history fine animalThe Elliott Licks Ballard Jennings store bim de 4 w ci DI toni A CARD TO THE CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY As I have been confined to my room for two months and could not get out among the people Itake this of asking the voters of Garrard County for their sup port for Jailer at the next November Election If elected I assure you that I will discharge every duty of the office faithfully and efficiently Under the direction ofmy physician I am at tinsville Ind where I am improving in health both as tptherheumatism and my eyes hope tobe out soon Thinking all my Mends for their support and for their friendly interest in my race during my misfortune method Mat andI Friend j 3 p i x sAm your RICE BENqE- t r q- y A J PAINTJLICK There is a move on foot to build a City Hall here Bert Johnson fell off his horse and broke his arm V S Fish went to Cincinnati on business Monday New lines of premiums at R L Co tf James Champ sold a nicehorse mnle colt to G T for 40 D C Pullms sold his farm of sixty three acres to Pleas Murray for 4iJ per Jennings Co sell those late style overcoats so cheap tf Mr J V Logan turned over a bucket of hot water and scalded one of his feet pretty badly New line of Hunting Coats Guns Loading Tools Shells c R L Jen nings Co tf A case of small pox was reported to be at J R the doctors dont always know Mrs E H rented her farm to G T Higginbotham for next year She will hava a sale on the 17bh and sell off all of her stock crop e W S Fish collected a debt a few days ago that was made before the war Billy must be a good collector or the man must be a mighty honest The railroad officials are talking of stopping up the only passway between this county and Madison If it does all travel between Richmond and Lancaster will be the mail from Wallaceton via this place to Cartersville will be stopped and we will be in an awful predicament Mr Guy Rice mother and sister fire visiting him this week Mr R P Slader of Berry was here this week a K P lodge R N went to Evansville Ind in the interest of his manpower ma chine Jack Adams has returned from Rockcastle where he has been on business Miss Rebecca Williams who has been spending some time in 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 uncle Mr W G Bomans For sythe Ill Those wishing the best and latest work will do well to see her m 2t PKEACHERSVILLE D J F Payne sold a cow to John Led for 23 J P Rogers sold a horse to J A T Ledford for 45 John Cress sold seven calves to Jas Miller at 12 per head Dr Hazer has commenced to build a new dwelling bouse J C Siler sold twelve 1000 pound steers to Mr Eubanks at 4c H Rigsby sold eight nice yearling to Thomas Shaw for 250 Born to the wife oi1 Mr Marshall Walker on Oct 2nd a nine pound girl Wm Sprinkles sold forty sheep for H B Cockrill to Mr Chancellor for 2 per head Walter Warren has bought several calves from different parties for about 11 per head Fred Shaw who is one of the best in this county is building a home for Lewis Bell at Crab Orchard Uncle John Brown has returned to Rockcastle county to stay for some time with his children Mrs and J L Hutchins and Miss Fannie Cockrill spent Friday with Bpler J F Cummins and wife of Stanford spent Sunday with parents at this place Mrs Sol Rigs by has been visiting her sister at Leb anon Junction for a few days W H Cummins made a business trip to Stanford Monday MT HEBRON Rain is much needed in this section Candidates are quite numerous in this locality The protracted meeting closed at this place Thursday night with six additionsMr is a welling house on his farm near here which is to be occupied by his of Jessamine countyMr Vanderpool elected trustee of Sunnyside district Mr N T Grow was also elected trustee at Locust Quite a number from here attended the Sunday school picnic at Scotts Fork Saturday which was a success Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers who have been the guests of Miss Edna Scott have returned their home in Stanford Miss Dora Martin of parksyille is the charming guest of Hattje puncan The Misses Brpaddus of Paint Ljpk were the guests of Mrs Mary A Tpdd Jasfc Wednesday night Mrs J A Clark and little son Eugene of Danville spent the latter part of last week here Mr Michael Forbes of McCreary spent a part of last week with his ter Mrs John Jackson I had long suffered from tion writes G A LeDeis City Mo Like others 1 tried many prep arations put Never found anything that did me good until f took Kodol Cure One bottjp me A friend who had suffered shut iarly I put on the use of Kodol DySf pepsin Cure He is gaining fast and will soon be able to work Before he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indigestion bad hint a total wreck P Frisbie m SiSW YsJKs i B M ges I I Higginbotham acreHowcan Ballard has fellow cut ofBeazley t ford rscarpenters J Mrs ere ting son was Saturday Grove quite r Cedar Dyspepsia 0 ed t Jennings S C henrys tile wither i style tiT the Miss s e r made F r k i rR f- 9tul li ant tis Su of of Mrs ucy Sutton of Lancaster vis iced Mis s Jennie Swope Thursday Mrs Anderson of and M ss Amanda Anderson of Bry Ie spent Saturday Sunday with Mrs Cyrus Daly Mrs John Grilling of Hustonville spent last week with relatives here Miss Moss pf Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Mary Durham Miss Aggie Bourne and neice of Bet spent Friday with Mrs Margaret tton The Ladies Working met Thursday with Miss Jennie Swope It will meet Oct 17 with Miss Jennie Pollard Miss Carrie Haggins of Uichoiasville is the guest Mrs Fred Sutton Mrs J E Eu banks of Hubble visited her parents Mr and Mrs Nixon Perkins last Wednesday Mr James Speaks and mother visited friends at Lexington the first of the week Mrs William Parks Jr and sons returned Sunday from a visit to her parents near Flat attorney at law Pineville and J C Moss of were with friends here Sunday MANSE There were services at Mt Tabor and Fairview last Sunday Miss Bessie Doty will represent Manse in the Contest at Lancaster Her subject will be Womans The Teachers Association will at Cartersville Saturday Oct 19 The young fonts will have a Chestnut party in the afternoon All are Come and bring a basket of din nor and a full determination to have a jolly time Rev White did not accept the call given him by thePresbyterian church The church is yet without a pastor If the members would all work as earnestly as Bro James Denny the good church work would continue till the Lord sends them a pastor Miss Annie Burke is visiting her sister at this place Mrs Tom has been very sick but is recovering Mr J IJ Burke and pretty baby have been visiting relatives in Danville Misses Norma Elmore of Lancaster and Minnie Woods of Stanford have been visiting Misses Wallnce The entertainment given at Stony 1Plnt n ay nlg t was ft very enjoyable affair and was well at tended Miss Sue Higgins and Miss Royston paid a flying visit to Marks bury several days ago STONE Wm Moberley sold to Wm Lear one mule colt at 05 C M Moberley bought of Frank Fol ger a heifer at 5c x CM Moberley sold to Loid Sanders some shoats at 5o James Littrell sold to Raymond Ray one yearling colt at 40 Loid Sanders bought of James Lit trell four steer calves at CO Brother Meldrum filled the pulpit at Scotts Fork Sunday and preached- a good sermon to a large crowd The picnic at Stone was a success big crowd good speaking good be haviour and plenty to eat and all had a good time Mrs Jennie Broaddus attended at Scotts Fork and visited Mrs T L Sanders Mr Coy Sanders is on the sick list FLATWOOD8 Lige Worrell sold a mule colt for 5000 George Rogers swapped horses with J C Fox for 80 to boot Miller sold two yearling steers to J N Denny for 56 C G Clouse and Wm Campbell have bought Mrs Martha Bells farm for 225 Wm Campbell gave Mat Baker a yearling colt and 25 for a 4Vearold horse Mrs Mary Elam is visiting her broth er Joseph Bolan and family near White visited his mother Mrs Martha Bell last week i Sam moved to Middlesboro John Lawson visited his brother Joseph Lawson and fami ly week Mr T Robinson sales man for the new Richmond wholesale grocery house W H Furr last week Women and Jewels Jewels candy flowers is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow er to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to them If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use fl PF Boschees German Syrup It Will promptly consumption In its early stages anJ heal the lungs and bronchial tubes and the dread disease from the system not a cureall but it is a cjire for coughs colds and all chial troubles You can Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Al manac 6m Some people save a lot of money by not buying soap Tbe excitement incident to ing and change of food and brings on diarrhoea and for this son no one should leave home wlthouji a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chql era and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by E E druggist J j j f MAIUSllVlty L Swan Lancaster woodsJ C Saylor Lancaster Vengeance invited Palmer f 1 4 P irJIi WallacetonRobert Starnes has last manthat purchase- to pus arrest isis get Dr I travel wf r I re tB f 4 7 r t d and Lynne Society beheld and meeting visited drib I bro G i 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 The man with anticollapsible views must indulge in vestibule trains of thoughtW Wesson Gholsonville Va druggist writes Your One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction My customers say it is the best reme dy for coughs colds throat and lung troubles F P Frisbie 1m A small boy says it is impossible to the effect of a slipper by its sizeC 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 Many a plan would be smarter if he knew half as much as he thinks he doesMothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their ones it has saved Strikes at the root of the trouble and draws out the inflammation The childrens favorite Cough Cure F P Frisbie 1m Lewis Ockerman Goshen Ind De Witts Little Early Risers never bend me double like other pills but do work thoroughly and make me feel like a boy Certain thorough gentle F P Frisbie im Theres always a slip betwixt the sidewalkand the ship When you wake up with a bad taste in 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 r little your judge Little Early never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in removing all im purities from the liver and bowels Small and easy to take gripe or distress F P Frisbie 1m A book agent is very often a woman with a historyStricken IVllIi 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 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 A small boy with long golden curls arrayed in a sailor suit may not be the prettiest thing on earth but it is useless to argue that point with his mother BrainFood Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain another for mus cles and still another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but it will sustain every other part Yet huffy ever good your food may be its is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular doses of Greens Au gust Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac Gm DeWitts Risers Never paralysis nutriment I Nonsense j fi j p r I r jj J I Handsomest Ever shown in Lancaster Correct styles Low Prices Call and see the pretty hats Sallie D Tillett PROGRAMME Teachers Association Lancaster Saturday Oct 26 01 MORNING SESSION 930 a America Association b Scripture Readings Rev J E VVolfor G Prayer Rev A R Moored Review of Visitations and Suggestions Miss Eiisa Lusk Co Supt e The Speers Method in Numbers Illustrated Miss Annie Royston f Public School Progress since the Civil War W O Winfrey Superin tendent Schools StanfordRECESS a Chorus Graded School Girls- b Biography and Geography in History K F Postel- c Essay A Nine Months Public School vs A Five Months Term of School Miss Smith d Recitation McRoberts e Address The Best System of Higher Education for America Dr Wm C Roberts Pres Centre College Danville Intermission Free Lunch served to all Teachers and Visitors AFTERNOON SESSION 115 FIRST PERIOD a Quartette i Greeting Graded School Girls b Principles of Special Importance in Arithmetic W C Grinstead Superintendent City Schools Danville c Music in the Public Schools Miss Jayne Shumate Paper Mrs F P Frisbje e Round Table Discussions t Association RECESS SECOND PERIOD 230 a Duett Charles West and Richard Anderson b Essay General Suggestions in Teaching Miss Willie Duncan- c Needed Legislation for our Schools Association d Announcements and Adjournment Time will be given for the discussion of all the above subjects Every teacher in the county should attend this Association The pro gram is made up of the best talent in our State and Garrard county teachers can not afford to be absent Come to stay all day and come prepared to take an active part ELISA LUSK County Superintendent Prest J H PATTERSON Vice Prest THE SUCCESS OP Dr Jos Hass Hog and Poultry Remed FIRST PERIOD r r Eli a Lettie N f f f r 0 0 F 0- p i finer i E 44CYdQA4400444444444044444040 O OgO4ppb 0040A0440AOOA40440 444OA0444400 040444044 bliss 1 has been that in all cases it is to be depended upon It will arrest and prevent cholera and other diseases of the hog It is the cheapest as it goes and every dose You can make no mistake with this reliable remedy Prices 25 Ib cans 1250 half cans broken or we will not guarantee it gepwneV Buy The Best When You Buy Stock Food 20th Century Stock Food acknowledged by all dealers as the best it goes farther and gives satisfaction than any other it prevents and arrests disease in your cattle puts your horses in fine condition 50 cts perpackage and 25 lb bags 350 20th Century Poultry the greatest egg producer on the marketkeeps fowls healthy pre reupj and all poultry diseases Price 250 per package Send for circular For sale by W 0 ter Grocery CovLancater farth r is effective better 25 a 7 o65 sitspud Foods vents Ian aR- y of DR R GO LDSlEHv 1 EYE SPECIALIST OF LOUISVILLE KY LANCASTER KY JIOTKL Saturday October 19th One Bay Only Eyes Examined and Glasses seieutiGcally adjusted 9u m to5p w Home Office 110 West Burnett Louisville Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the digestive or is the latest ant and tonic No other preparation car approach It in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia and all other results of imperfect digestion Large size contains 2Y times smallsize Rook all about dyspepsiamaiiedrrea Prepared bJ E C DeWITT ft CO CblcajjO Three Years n Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth shat have been made at my orifice if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in live years we give you a new set tree This applies to all teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at Tocts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government BuildingReference Bichinontl National Bank RICHMOND KY AT MASON f Ollie hon rs venue reconstructing Prlco5OC and I Kentucl y th fKodol- I l S Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices upward Call at works near the depot S McGTJIKE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING TQNE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER E5 R KINNAIRD Aetna QueenPalatine National Coutetleut German Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe Nertk British Merckamtile AetuLifcIiiCi5fMiriCii range from 8 Followin COIDDanies lfartford American Il I W j INSURANCE- s I k Our Opening tH L iI Where the Home I C 0 0 Last Saturday proved such a great success we will this week add a number of new ideas to our stock and on NEXT SATURDAY OCTOBER 12th will have another display of Fall and Winter Millinery NOEL SISTERS PEOPLE a V V c Have Visited 0 aS Q 0 a u J W Farm was in Danville Tuesday Miss Sallie Ross has been quite ill of fever Mr Louis Landram and wife spent Tuesday in Cincinnati Miss Lucy Scott has returned from a pleasant visit to Xicholasville Miss Julia Reid visited Mrs G S Gaines in Danville the past week Mrs Jesse Sweeney has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Annie Francis of Paint Lick is visiting her aunt S Messrs V B Burton and J H Kin naird were visitors in Lexington Mrs John Powell of McKee has been the guests of Dr Sandlin and wife Mr and Mrs Banks Jludson left Sunday for a visit to relatives in Lex ington Mr and W K Shugars of McKin ney were visitors here Saturday and SundayMiss Tommie Francis is at home again after a visit to Danville and StanfordMiss Brown is assisting in trimming in Miss Sallie Tilletts mil linery store Miss Mattie Thompson has been vis iting her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Mrs Louis Doty and baby of Stan ford have been visiting Mrs Alex Do ty Richmond avenue Misses Carrie Curry and Fannie Col lier have returned from a visit to Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville Mr J E Stormes is in Richmond attending a meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy of which he is a memberMr O Rigney wife and little daughter Alice Hudson visited Miss Lena Rigney at Lexington Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tram Conn of Missouri and Mrs Scott of Texas who have been visiting at Mr J T Conns will return home this week Miss Kate Walker vho has been visiting her nephew MrNLouis Lan dram and neice Mrs R A Burnside will return to her home in Lexington this week Miss Altie R Marksbury returned Wednesday from a delightful visit to relatives in Richmond Muncie Greensburg Anderson and Indianapo lis Indiana Mr and Mrs W B Jaryis have moved into the Rice Benge home on Crab Orchard staeet Mr Jarvis is a good citizen and THE RECOKD welcomes him into our midst Miss Minnie Pherigo daughter of Squire W T Pherigo has accepted a position at the telephone exchange The business has increased to such an extent that three operators are now necessary Mrs hobbs and daughter J Robinson Tuesday y rrs R j I I Mrs j 0 Def1 1 1 h I F k J j and Miss Pherigo being on duty all dayCol W S Ferguson returned to COy ington Saturday Mr Joe Burnside Jr was in the past week Mr A II Bastin was in Mt Vernon on business the first of the week Mrs Mary Buckley of Danville has been visiting relatives in this city R II Batson is at home from Cincin nati with a new line of winter goods Miss Coy of Kirksville is the guest of Mrs Robert Embry Lexington av enue Mrs Robert Embry has returned from a two weeks visit to Louisville friendsMrs J Y Sympson has returned from a visit to relatives in Casey Mr R L Davison of Stanford was in town Monday and made us a pleas ant call Charlie Walker who has a run on Capt Phil Prices train was here SundayMrs Slavin of Danville has been visiting her niece Mrs Dorcas WalkerMr Moore of iNorth Middle town is the guest of his brother R Moore Mr John M Logan has returned from Cincinnati with a beautiful line of winter goods returned from Mt Vernon Monday and resumed his work with Bastin Telephone Co Mr Archillis Brown wife and daugh ter Miss Stella of Danvillehave been visiting Mrs R G Ward Mr and Mrs A II Rice have gone to housekeeping in Nashville and will reside there permanently Messrs Howard Coleman and Robert Saufley of Stanford were the guests of relatives here Sunday Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned from several days visit to her aunt Mrs Mary Rice of Marksbury Mr John Norris who has been to his bed at the home of his parents in Frankfort for some time with typhoid fever has returned very much improved and resumed his duties at R H Batsons store Mr James I White and family of Mt Yernon have arrived and will make this city their future home the Thompson property on water street Mr White is a very en ergetic man was a sheriff of his coun ty and United States Commissioner lie is a brother of Mrs Hobbs Our sanctum was honored the other day by a visit from our good old friend Uncle Joe Hopper He was born and reared in Lancaster and has ma ny friends among the older citizens His talk of Lancaster in the good old days was exceedingly interesting Uncle Joe as he is familiarly call ed is in much better health than in former years and holds his age re markably well He is a man of extra ordinary intellect and to listen to him is a great treat It was interesting to hear his conversation with Capt F J White of this office on things that Louisville I county Rc- A EdShort confined occupying Prescription Filling is Our Leading Specialty Our facilities for filling them are un equalled We use the double checking sys tern in this manner almost impossible A bottle bearing label is a guarah tae of absolute accuracy and purity Those which require an exceptional of and skill are the kind we es pecially like to get You will find our prices are right We use only the best mistakesare 1 mount AFRISBIE S DRUG STOBE 2 r I care happened here back in the old days He devotes his entire time to evangelical work and has certainly done nqble work for the Master That he may be spared many more years pf health and usefulness is our earnest prayer ADDITIONAL LOCAL Alex Millers bus meets the trains now A small fare is charged A great treat is in store for those who witness The Land 0 Cotton The scenery is elaborate and company headed by Milt G Barlow has been carefully selected Opera House Oc tuber 23 How is your supply of stationery holding out See if you need any thing and Phone us and we will be after the order quicker than old satan can scorch a feather We dont ding long after merchants for work but take it for granted that they know what they want and when they want it A Successful Operation Dr Acton tells us that he success fully removed a bullet from Mr J Clarks thigh which had been there for thirtyone years The ball has not caused any trouble until a few months ago whon neuritis of the sciatic nerve set up caused by pressure from con tinuous horseback riding The annual contest composed of representatives from the Garrard county will be held in Lan caster October 25th under the man agement of Miss Amanda Anderson Two medals will be given one for the best boy and the other for the best girl speaker Ages from 11 to 17 tf For Sale or Kent The house and lot of Mrs Osee Bush Nice property The house is a two story frame building and is situated on Richmond street in Lan caster Ky For terms call on or ad dress W I Williams 9174t Lancaster Ky Lou Rates to ITIitlllcapoliw One fare round trip Queen Route October 7 S 10 and 12th account National Convention of the Christian Church tinest service in the south Be sure your tickets read via this line Ask ticket agent for par ticulars W C Rinearson G r A Supper at Pleasant 11111 Another basket supper at the Pleas ant Hill school house on new Dan villepike Friday week the 18th pupils will entertain the reciting several select pieces after which the baskets will be sold to the highest bidder All are cordially ted to attend Exercises promptly at 730 p m Cant Do Without Iiui People living out in the county are fast catching on to the need os a tele phone and many houses have them Those who have put them in say they would not be without them for many times the cost As every physician in the county has a phone this fact alone is worth the cost of the in case of sickness or accident The Carlisle Mercury remarks that the home grown handspanked bare footed hardfisted country boy makes a much better fighter in the battles of life than the pampered highcollar ed creasedtrousered lads of our cit ies whose clothes have been brushed with a whisk broom instead of a shingle Now Is A Good Time If you want firstclass pictures made now is a good time to drive over to Danville and have the artist E II Fox make them He has all the latest improved methods of doing the very best work and as the weather ispleas ant it is a splendid time to have the work done His work has few equals and no superiors His charges are rea sonable and the work is done promptly Peculiar Trouble Quite a large number of people in this vicinity have been suffering from a disiase of the ears A rising comes in the ear which causes excruciating paiq it being far in the ear that the oldtime and best ppuU tipe cannot bo applied We asked a doctor what it was but to print his answer would require more space than we have to spare this issue Marys Ittuttouue ad Beau Mary had a little lamb it followed hor to church and then i Stood around door pwlqn a perch dont the little latnb come in tle watchful people cried Vftyt Ma ry told thing to wait outside So you each gentle maiden may one and al still Jjnd sheep bead near the Poor if you admire that kjqd Ex Public Sale I will at my residence on the Lox ington pike on Saturday October 18 1901 at 130 oclock p m sell to the highest bidder the following property One mare and colt one nice iillyjSome nice milk cows four nice heifers one young bull ready for service some farming implements corn in shock four acres of hemp and stacks of nay 4t jgemner Flue Farm For Salo 17 acres of good land part in cultl vation Good metalroof dwelling containing nine rooms two halls and two poarches All necessary outbuild ings large barn and ice Chouse Never failing stock water Cistern and well at house Early and late fruit in abundance Jlacevis known as the Lawless farm and is situated on Buck eye pike six miles from Lancaster Terms easy Call on oraddf ess Susie Sandidge Teatersville Garrard counr ty Kentucky a 2 J r good Contest public schools Thet invis O remedya tIle Why some u m ro I Crescent b e g n instrument always likcar the silly waiting tv vs Battle Kov Considerable interest was worked up in the colored school trustee race Sit urday and several wagons were run to carry voters to and from the voting place Frazee Owens and Cary Mul lins were the candidates the former residing in Duncantown and the on Battle Row The race narrow ed down between the two settlements and Mullins was defeated As one darkey said Tis the first time the Chute ever lost out A Great Show A novel new and strong attraction will be given at Garrard Opera House on November 21 under the auspices of the Lancaster Commercial Club Attractive features will be introduced for the entertainment of all ages and classes Among them a line violin will be given to the best oldtime no notes but the pat of the foot the nod of the head and the wink of the eye Those desiring to enter will address Prof J H Mgr 3t A Progressive Citizen Mr II B Northcott has broken ground for an immense building on his lot near the L N tracks The house will be two stories high with basement It will be used to handle his poultry business which is one of the largest and best in central Ken Mr Northcott is a citizen who is a benefit to the town Hes for push and progress and believes in keeping his money at home lIe has paid out many dollars to our farmers and always gives them topnotch prices for their produce of all kinds A Successful meeting One of the most successful meetings conducted in Lancaster in recent years is that in progress at the church under the charge of Rev Joe Hopper and Dr J L McKee The preaching is done by Bro and his discourses have had the effect of awakening great interest among the members of that churchas well as reminding others who have heard him of their duties to their God to themselves and to their Services are held at ten oclock in and seven p m The house is filled at each service To Jlcgiii Work Soon Somerset Republican Col L F Hubble was in town yesterday and left for the vicinity of Burnside where men are at work finishing up his survey He tells us that the have finished the survey in county and the cost of grading will be exceedingly light and Wayne people are almost unanimous in giving right of way He expects company to begin construction as as preliminary work is complete Which he believes will be at an early date At any rate the road is a and will bring much profit to this county both in its construction and operation Honor for a Young the last meeting of the Fiscal Court Squire Wm H Kinnaird ten dered his resignation as treasurer of the county his health not permitting him to devote the time to the duties The court then appointed Mr Owen W Shugars to fill the vacancy The appointment is a deserving one as Mr Shugars is a young man thoroughly capable in every way lIe is a steady sober young man one in whom the public will find a faithful officer This shows what strict attention to and sobriety will accomplish His bond is signed by Messrs Lewis Y Leavell and J B Sanders which makes it giltedge sure Farm for Sale Having decided to locate perma nently in Lancaster Ky I will the highest bidder on Saturday October 19 1901 my farm consisting of 104 and a fraction acres situated on Danville and Lexington turnpike one mile southwest of Camp Dick at Ky It is within half a mile of store post officechurch school and blacksmith shop and within six miles of panville The house has ten rooms and all necessary outrbuildings Good fencing and nev er failing water Land is in fine state of cultivation Will sell privately Terms easy F B Kemper ICy or C K Poindexter Mar cellus Ky Sale will take place at the residence of J B Kemper To the Purchasing Public As you are all well aware we tP blowing about our gppdSj what we have and what we dont have but we make a point to keep only the very best o everything n our Une sell them at reasonable prices and in this way retain the of the public Our long resi pence in Lancaster has enabled us to learn the wants pf the people and by Constant study of their interests and the devotion pf plenty of time to buy ing our stocks we enjoying that reward that always comes toftie honest dealing all with great pleasure that we invite you to inspect this seasons stock of goods and we know that you can do no bet ter anywhere in either 4ual y T prices We desire to call espeisJal At tention of new fall coats in tO newest styles at patterns fur jackets goods rainy day skirt patterns colored taffeta silks black chevlne serge flannels in chpicest styles and colorings fancy eiderdown in exquisite stripes and plaids outing flannels in neat checks and stripes velvets underwear hosiery gloves neckwear blankets comforts and in fact everything io be found first class uptodate store We also carry a fine line of rugs curtains and furs to we invite your at tention A call at our store wilt con vince that we are uptodate in styles and will save you on prices QOlQtf Joseph t nntown t fiddler contest Patterson Presbyterian Hopper fellowman railway engineers certainty JUan- A t business sells Robinson Mar ellIls house nltv iyen t are round o 9lfJf w a umbrellas which c r J t Dun later ime oon s Lancaster arc confidence now cress in Sonic Good Advice The following taken from the Mt Vernon Signal is well worth the and prayerful perusal of every voter The Signal says In the selec tion of county officers too often do the people fail to do their duty in the selection of the proper men for what they consider the minor offices or in other words those offices which are regarded of no importance whatever which are in reality the most benefit cial for the general improvement of the of Magistrate In this county especially do we need as magistrates sober upright energetic and enterprising men men who will look to the interest of the county be cause from the Fiscal court must come our support to make certain advance ments which are necessary to place our county where it ought to be can be and must be placed If th jre is ever any decided improvement made in our roads which are the greatest drawback to commercial enterprise growth and prosperity of anything that confronts our people upon the Fiscal court rests the burden and if we elect a man or set of men to take charge of our county offices whose highest ambition is to get a jug of whisky and rush behind a lumber pile to divide it how can you good people expect your county to grow and pros per and how can you vote for such men Ponder well the great ques tions which confront you and when you go to the polls in next November cast your vote for that man who will do most good for the county and its people and all will be well A Typical South African Store O R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which purchased anything from the needle to an anchor This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twenty five miles from the town Mr Larson says I am 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 is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelve months no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlains Cough This must surely be a record For sale by R E McRoberts druggist Some men would get along better on the journey of life if they didnt i consult so many contradictory guide booksKodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere stimulant to tried nature It affords 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 It is now said King Edwards is lumbago- A negros house at Henderson was wrecked by dynamite but the escaped John II Weeks of was killed by a Cincinnati Southern train in Tennessee Burglars broke into the jewelry store of J J Bleisch and stole 7000 of goods ExPresident Krugers condition is said to be serious He is slowly weaker physically and mentally The Boers declare they are in better fighting trim than ever and that the struggle will be kept up to the end Judge Cantrill has ordered the Scott county Jailer to refuse admittance to preachers and women who seek to see Caleb Powers Although Shamrock crossed the line a few seconds ahead of the Columbia the Defender won the race on time allowance making the boat the victor of 1901 and the cup on this side of the ocean Judge Tarvin in the Davezac case at Covington held that the State election law as it applies to elections not compel parties to preserve ballots unless a contest has been regularly filed and due notice served There are now present three and four pupils in the white and thirty in the colored of the Kentucky Institution foi Deaf Mutes More are expected this week is room in the white depart ment for only a few more The W C T U State Convention will be held in Paris Nov 1 A man named Woods accidentally shot and killed Miss CojcUo Griffith near Ghent Judge Pield set aside a 10000 ver granteda new trial of a suit pf Hurt against L and N The home of Sherman Gibson a ne gro preacher at Middlesboro was dy namited by unknown persons Judge Miller decides that the much vaunted incontestable clause in life insurance policies is contestable for fraud at the beginning Although it has not been officially announced it is pretty well under stood that the general machine shops oj th Louisville and Atlantic railroad will be located at Richmond The difference between being en gaged and married is that before a man cant stand being away from her and afterward he cant stand not being I careful countythat proverbial nearest Chamberlains population Remedy r o o OOOOOQO OOOOOOOOO ailment occupants Lexln ton at Paducah growing finish American keeping contest primary doc hundred department There Uct and f b cane G NER11 N WS a worth political I marriage away a REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TilE Citizens National Dank OF KY AT Close of Business Sept 30 1901 RESOURCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1P02 SS U S Bonds to secure Circulation 50000 00 00StocksBanklnghonse furniture and fixtures 7100 00 00Dueservo Agents i K3H1 isDue from State Banks and Bankers 1J5II 65 Due from approved reserve agents 03757 12 Cheeks cash 43 C5 Fractional paper fickleand cents 5 viz Specie 70fi5 00 Legaltender notes 701 00 1 77CC 00 Redemption fund with U S 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL IGGO 26 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In fund 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and tnxesnaid 3S30 0 National Bank notes outstanding 50000 00 21IndividualTOTAL SBlftiO Lt STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARHARD ss ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworu to before me this 7th day of October 1901SC DENNY Notary Public Commission expires January 10th 1901 CORRECT Attest J MHHifilNBOTIIAM LEWIS Y LEAVELL JJ WALKEB Directors REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT WaySept31l 13011 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 148151 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 651 17 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc 3HOO 00 00OtherDue from National Ranks Not Re 51DueDue from approve resorve agents 35on CJ Checks and other cash items 7t 6G Notes of other National Banks 59 00 41 96 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE Is BANK VIi Specie 6a J 50 Legaltender notes 2500 00 50Redemptionurer Sjfof circulation 2500 CO Total 272747 79 LIABILITIES 00Surplusexpenses taxes paid 10SG9 45 National Bank notes outstanding 49P 00 00 Due to other Banks 10S6 52 deposits subject to check 151r9i 82 Certified checks no Total i72747 79- STATEOFKEJtTCCKYCOUNTYOFGARRAEDSS I S C DEXXY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of October 1901 R KIXXAIPD Public Commission expires January 10th 1004 CORRECT Attest WM HKIXXAIRD A R DEXXY Directors J E STORES JOHN ClTL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY G B SWINEBROADATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store L F HUBBLE Attorney at LawReal Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms LANCASTER Sl089S 59 19 LWFUL Mosey RESERE I Treasurer 10000 00 namedbank OFTIIE Close of Business 9G Fractional u 2 S C T JOHNSTON I currency BANK paper s tow I LancasterLodge No 104 r Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday of lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master nights Iembers sister AM Knights of Pythias IGarrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday ed J w SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S S BEAZLJ5Y DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain Intheite Presbyterian church 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 beginning at 10 oclock in the morning following property 2 Jacks 5and olds also several aged Mules 10 head of harness and saddle Horses 30 fresh tered Hereford Bull 15 stack of Hay crop of Corn shucked in the field also Fodder large lot ofFarming Implements all to be sold without reserveFor particulars call on R E KyTerms on day of sale MRS E H BALLARDPaint Ky T D English Auctr NATIONAL BUM CAPITAL 5000000 f SURPLUS 00000 LANCASTER President Jim E STORXXS Vice President- S C DESNY Cashier J P ROBINSON JR K T EMBRT Asst Cashr Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes Kinnaird Contractors Attention Bids will be 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 Presbyte rian Church in Laucaster Ky Drawings and specifiactions for said work can be seen by calling on W II Wherritt a t said Council Chamber The committee reserves the right do reject any or all bids The work to be com tleted according to specifications by Dec 1 1901 Address V II 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 where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HERNDON tf Assignee visiting W StallionthoroughbredHereford Timothy p j0 1 10 KY if A R DNT W II desiring I4932HZ The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Sfcck Address all correspondence to Home Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Good to firstclass agents V mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm v E E 3 G p25J 00 125000 00 lioNers 200000 00 I 0 I- J j Reserve Amowit Pa1LGoupqn terms Mr W R Wills of Cynthiana re csntly bought an extra weanling mule jor 65 One pair sixyearold mare mules sold in Washington county County court day for 18725 Win Hall of Marion county sold one suckling mare mule colt Nothing is so efficient in removing paint from clothing as turpentine Apply with woolen cloth rubbing lightly Mrs Hobbs the accommodating op erator at the telephone exchange sold twentyacres of corn at in the field for 50 Nearly all the farmers in this have their hay baled now as it takes up less room and is far more more satisfactory in every way Lawson Fox shipped to Cincinna ti Saturday a car load of cattle and hogs They paid 5 to 5J for the hogs Sweeney Morgan bought of G j Ruble at Buena Vista 110 lambs for which he paid 1 per head They were shipped to Cincinnati from Bur gin Raisin Cake Half cup butter II cups sugar 1 cup sweet milk 2 cups Hour 2 eggs 2 teaspoons baking pow der 2 teaspoons corn starch and i cup seeded raisins The first thing in fall cleaning is to look to the fire places and stoves ma king all necessary repairs before the first autumn fire is started and dont neglect to have the flues thoroughly cleaned So much comfort is enjoyed and so much dirt and soot is escaped by looking to these things The average value of the mules in the country last year was 10 a head more than the average value of horses Germany imports every year about one hundred and forty thousand doz ens of hog livers for the preparation of liver sausages The Census Bureau has announced its statistics of commercial floricul culture in sixteen States showing an aggregate value of 11000000 of flow ers and foliage plants raised in 1899 with 3895 establishments and 35 000000 as the value of the lands and buildings With a wheat crop estimated at 200000000 bushels a cfrn coop by no means so seriously injured by drouth as was indicated earlier in the season and with prime cattle and hogs on the Chicago market for 7 per hundred there seems to be still cause for thankfulness on the part of the American farmer and on the part of the very large proportion of the whose success is directly or dependent upon agricultural prosperity The orange crop of the approaching season is estimated by the of Agriculture at betwern 1600 000 boxes which will net the growers an average of at least two dollars per Experts hold to the view that within five years the yield of oranges in Florida will be as large as it ever was and as a much greater acreage is now planted in groves the crop will continue to increase in size until it reaches enormous proportions It is the opinion of the department that the glory of Florida as an orange State lies in the near future not in the past A correspondent of the Ohio writes that a few years ago he drew to his barn a stack of hay not really mouldy but a little musty in smell He thought it was not bad enough to hurt it for feeding purpoE es but in a few days after he began to use it he found his butter was off and it continued so until he gan on good sweet kay again came all right about as quickly as it went all wrong He was lucky for some times it is not as easy to feed the taints out of milk and butter as it is to feed them in Avoid all musty and mouldy fodder or grain of all kinds especially for cows in milk A financial journal publishes for discovering counterfeit bank What the average man wants is a few simple rules for discovering the genu t Inc article A woman can manage to be pretty happy under the most depressing if she can only find to listen to herjrake down her Lifes Period Old Age is Robbed of Its terrors and renewed youth and regal figure i are gained through OTHERS FRIEND There is no reason In the world why every woman should not be pleasant to upon A famous woman once are no ugly women there are women who do not under stand how to make beautlfnk for100 county selling population indirectly Department box producing Farmer t flavor circumstances someone relatives i le Y bit rubes I Mother Friend is a valuable aid to wife It is a liniment for external application lieves all suffering due to pregnancy Morning sickness Is if this into the skin throughout the whole period of preg nancy Women never old or lose their shape from if Mothers Friend is wiled The chiLd too is influenced by its use aM usually health and vigor are character istic of and child at Get a bottle of druggist for 100 and write to us for our free HHUTItHL UUITIW andre mother 4M Motherhoo i IIIU I t i i 1 J HANDY THING TO HAVE Straw niul flay Harrow flint Will Found a Genuine Time ned Labor Saver When straw is slacked outside the barn and some of it is wanted in the stable for feeding or bedding the usual plan is to carry in a little at a time on a fork or in a rope or strap sling This in the use of a fork is but a speedy operation next to on a windy lay and a a very unpleasant job in qold weather The illustration fcDows an easily and cheaply made convenience to facilitate moving the straw which miy also be useful for transporting small of hay front place to place To made it procure first some light lath say threequarters by 2 indies and purposes impossible slit quantities eI anything wit j s t STRAW AND HAY BARROW male an almost square frame using 11 of the lath pieces as if making a box with one corner left out On of this frame at desired height nail two heavier and longer pieces for handles A couple of 3xlincli boards proper length and with one end of each narrowed down to lit the hands will answer for the handle pieces On the bottom of frame nail lull or boards letting the two nearest to center project about six inches in front These two should be a little heavier titan the others to prevent springing IJetween the ends place a small wooden wheel six or eight inches in diameter This wheel may be a circular piece cut from a 1 or board and have a light iron band tilted on to keep it splitting or be a wheel from an barrow or something similar A light wire spoke wheel from a toy wagon is excellent for the purpose Axle on which wheel revolves is at tached to under side of the project ing pieces of frame by a staple driven over it into each piece The two rear upright pieces of frame extend down level with lower rim of the wheel to act as feet Put braces across front as indicated by dotted lines to strengthen frame and hold in the Other light strips may be tacked on side of frame to serve the same purpose If thecontrivance is made of the right material it will combine strength with lightness and be very durable The exact may be made to suit the wishes of the builder If made only 2x3x4 feet it will hold a considerable quan of straw and be found a time and labor saver for the work for which it is designed J G Allshousc in Ohio Farmer PROGRESS IN ENGLAND A School for Women Kiirmori Under the Aimpicea of the Countess of IVanvick In Womans Home Companion iliss Knobe tells about The Lady War wick School for Women Farmers In this rural spot on the outskirts of Heading only an hours run from London the beautiful and accom plished countess of Warwick is a most original scheme where by English girls may be coached in agriculture There are agricultural colleges to be sure wherein limited instruction is given the wrongly named weaker sex but in this singularly in teresting school in England exclusive ly for women the only one in Eng land if not in the world is a thor ough poeticopractical course if it may be so called from raising of cabbages and chrysanthemums to the building of a pigsty and the making of a haymound These sturdy of Ceres in other words are to run a farm This unique school was opened in October 1808 The minimum period of training is two years and at the end of that time a certificate is The theoretical part of the course is systematically pursued in the agri cultural department of the adjacent Heading college Many of the occur in the winter with rigid examinations at the end of each term while the practical demonstration is done at the hostel by the girls There is only one man about the place a horticultural instructor who comes three times a week A registry de partment has been opened Some of the students have already secured good positions while others have started independently In the the students are gaining a snug income by the sale of their produce These girl students are receiving more than a scientific course for the social and athletic side is not to be overlooked Thought some of the are up with the at Warwick hostel the lark is scheduled to soar at precisely fourthirtj at tending to tasks in the field there are hours during the day and evening set aside for recreation Lively in boating tennis and hockey are arranged That this work is excellent from the competitive of tlTe world may be acknowledged when it is said these fair farmers dote on entering al the big agricultural exhibits and carrying off a string of the prizes moreover GriffinIt seems strange that Russia andJapan dont go to war If ii j read American newspapers at Fortunate Igriiorsmce man knows himself Gibbs Thats so He would lose bis bestfriend if he did Smart Set UlKKeat Pump Holland They pumped 400000 daily for 11 year inside projecting I inch dimensions tit Conducted sponsoring fitted awarded lectures meantime students larkand contests thereabout Pale does be allPuck BibbsNo badeiou t 7i fro om the rldati1 ers Iguoraat of Their Must ABUNDANCE OF Orchard Grans Yields It Year After Year nail Requires Hardly Any Attention Can anyone tell why orchard grass one of the most common as well as one of the most valuable forage plants in the United States is not better known and more appreciated Many a farmer does not ever recognize it at sight though he has had chance to ob serve it all his life A veritable gypsy it has found a home in every country of Europe and America in northern Africa and in Asia Cheerfully adapt ing itself to all soils and conditions it flourishes in wet or dry weather sun or shade and in a porous subsoil will send its roots to a great depth This perhaps accounts for its When once it has secured a foothold it may be relied upon to yield an abundance of forage year aft er year with no attention except that it thrives best under cropping In the spring it is fit for pasturage consider ably earlier than other grasses and five lays growth will give a good bite Its season is the same as that of red clover and they are fre quently sown together by farmers who have learned the value of the A Kentucky stock grower who relies upon it for his pastures once said relative to its capacity for sustaining itself when other grasses are dried up It will make more growth in one summer lay than blue grass win make in a week Such a commendation from the land of the fatuous blue grass pastures is surely a great tribute to its good qualities- A farmer in northern Ohio has writ ten enthusiastically of a piece of grass on his own farm which itself 26 years ago and which has been cut annually every June since This season it stood higher than any rye in the vicinity and was so heavy that it lodged For early soiling and long pasturage he considers it to any other grass but he utters a caution about cutting it as soon as matured for if allowed to get dead ripe it is of little account Like other drought resisting grasses it shows a disposition to grow in but this may be prevented by thorough preparation of the ground before sowing and an abundance of seed uniformly distributed Two bushels of seed to the acre are usually considered sufficient or half that amount when sown with clover It is said to be much less exhausting to the soil than timothj which is so often grown with clover It was introduced into England from Virginia in 17G4 and is there so highly esteemed that it has taken rank as one of the most valuable forage plants produced in the tight little island The of its aftermath makes it es pecially line for pastures and stock of all kinds relish it Sheep it is said will leave all other grasses to feed upon it Farmeis Review CORN CUTTING KNIFE In Made from an Old Scythe cud Iiicloxed with Two Iieees of Hard Wood For cutting corn the homemade knife portrayed herewith has been found very useful The blade is cut from an old scythe as shown by dotted HOMEMADE CORN lines The blade is cut partly across two feet and a part hammered back eight inches to use as a handle It is then inclosed with two pieces of or other hard wood which may in place with wire bands Farm and Home Stacking Iodder OutofQoors An Iowa correspondent wants to know whether we would advise corn fodder outofdoors We cer tainly do not advise such a practice if the idea is to stack the fodder in the same way that hay is usually stacked in the western states that is by it up in ricks and leaving it exposed to the fall and winter storms If fod jer is cut when in proper condition and left in the shocks until it is thor oughly cured it can then be stacked un del cover to very but a far better practice would be to get a good shredder and run abe fodder through it and then you will have as nice feeding product as you would care to handle besides in this way you save the expense of husking the corn by hand Prairie Farmer FLY NETS FOR SADDLE HORSES And Fly Riding Whips with Which to Rid a Horse of Iiiaects Arc Now in Vogue Fly nets for horses in harness old the lulls said a dealer in horse equipments reports the New York Sun but saddle fly nets for saddle horses are something com paratively They are made to fit around the cantle of time saddle from which they extend back over the horses haunches The net is made of leather cords commonly in russet sometimes in black attached across m parallel lines to five bars or tapes running lengthwise of the horses back the free ends of the cords hang ing in the usuaL manner at the horses sidesAs to appearance such a net seen on a saddle horse is not only entirely sightly and appropriate there but it fives to the horses outfit a touch of picturesquenessAnother new tIling for a riders use is the fly riding whip which has attached to a handle of about the same length a hair witch about 18 inches in length This is something not intended for park use for the saddle fly net is suitable hilt rather for use in switching the flies off a horse while riding along on the highways mud the perhaps on a shorttail ed horse or it might be in a region flies were particularly The UBltnewa Quantity Every individual is a marvel of unknown and unrealized possibilities inetenths of an iceberg is alwaysjbelow water of sibilities of good and evil of the is ev r hidden Chicago Standard T f FORAGE persistence combination orchard seeded superior tussocks luxuriance 81-fJ llllllIlIIJ 1 KNIFE hickory beheld stacking building goodadvantage whicI entirely byways bothersome II k Iietenths fr m his sight c 7 5 ii r t Ill w vi ade Li areas new ere los it dual S u SJ A OF LUNATICS I1Y CLAUDE BRYAN In Quebec everyone spends the summer evening on DulFerin terrace where the view is one of the finest in the world Three hundred feet below the promenade the ma St Lawrence sweeps out through the narrows quehecosis In the near east U t the beautiful Isle of Orleans and 30 leagues I beyond Cape Tourmentc stands out agaiust j the sky intervening distance is marked by the twinkling lights of the Cote le Heaupre a graceful upland hemmed in by time Lnurentides The toute ensemble is magnificent by day but indescribably at night I was a stranger in Quebec having arrived the day before by time strainer from England After dinner strolled out upon the terrace to finish my cigar Some paces brought me to the the stairway runs up the glacis to the kings bastion Here I paused to contemplate the panorama that spread out beneath me At the base of Cape Diamond in middle stream were moored H M S Crescent and four consorts A sailors chorus blew up on the breeze A mile away across the river the lights of Levis twinkled joyously and on the surrounding hills the convent lamps in their sable background made huge pyro A moment later the regimental band in the terrace pavilion struck up an inspiring march A sentimental flood swept over me and iii spirit wandered in a northern Eden Almost comatose with pleasure I stood thus silently for several minutes Then a rasping rasping broke my spell Say wouldnt this jar you To hear an eighteenth century band tooting Rule Britannia Ill bet a cent they havent even heard of ragtime up here in Quebec end weve had it in Brooklyn for dear knows how long 1 smiled though the face the voice the whine the everything annoyed me You see continued the cadavre bear jug hard upon his nasal notes I got a holiday from business the other day and I thought Id take a jaunt up here to Quebec But shelp me if it aint the slowest place Ive ever been in Why there aint a blessed thing going on And I dont care an awful lot for climbing up breakneck stairs and tearing uphill and downhill iu an oldfashioned calcche that threatens to go to pieces cvcry minute Why on earth dont they pull down these bally old gates and run trolley MS Look i here if we jut had Sousle Cap street in Manhattan why wed blast the rock away turn it into a boulevard or at least have a roof garden at the top of the cliff Its a l rot absolute rot this talk about its being picturesque and all that what use fur instance is that old citadel up there Why dont they knock it down and build an observatory or bicycle track or The unromantic nature of this stranger worried me yet he failed to notice my tad turnity and proceeded in a high key Yes partner this is a slower town than Portland Me Why thieve aint even a music hall running in the summer time and if you want a drink on Sunday you have to buy it Saturday night Have a Eiiioke I declined with what friendliness I could simulate And they tell me he continued that there aint even a butcher shop in town and that the ladies have to go to market and buy their meat and vegetables off the of the habitants Fancy having to go to market with a basket on your arm and having to know French I call that a dago language and you bet Ill never learn it I knew he wouldnt but kept myself from Faring so Just here I thought I saw him wonder if I were dumb Still for all that lie scarcely faltered Here was a worse bore than buttonholed Horace at the cornet of the Julian basilica I shuflled and sighed even from the diaphragm Then like a flash a strange method of revenge suggested itself to me Up to now my voice had hard ly once been heard Vith that preface to feign insanity was easy I leaned across and looked at him with the whites of my eyes Yours is a sad sad story I whispered dramatically Do you mean to tell me that you are really George Washington and that they wont even rent you a room in the white house Who said anything about the white house you daffy he exclaimed but served that his bravado hardly concealed the tremor in his voice Daffy whispered hoarsely and with growing vehemence I never let anyone call me Daffy Once a boy at school called me daffy and I cut him up so badly that they clipped my wings and put a chain around my neck The fellow started for while I had the brawn of a guardsman Sweet Caporal had taken a cubit front his stature But some way I sort of like you Here I took a savage grip upon his arm What do you say to a stroll down to the Culdesac Xo answer But I felt him shake all over at the prospect of a lonely walk with a crazy man shuffled along the terrace I well nigh supporting his nerveless body When we had reached the chateau the terrace I felt him trying to slip my grasp I purposely relaxed it later a policeman hove in sight and wrenching himself free my companion bolted I backed up against the railing and watched them but to conceal amusement required my best effort Then I saw the officer coming toward me gingerly and my late companion skulking in rear But I was not yet willing to end the farce Sec here when the policeman had reached me You have just been to a lunatic The poor fellow fancies everyone is crazy and seeking to kill him I am his guardian and he has been giving me a good deal of trouble this evening He is of a good New York family and his phy sician sent him to Quebec for a change of air I am now trying to get him quietly into his room at the chateau and to save a icene I have given him the liberty he seems haveThe his most knowing wink and looked sadly across at my companion whose discretion had kept him just beyond our voices Then heaving a sigh of officious sympathy the officer continued his beat I quickly lost myself in the toon sought my room Next morning I heard that a young man on the promenade had been rather roughly handled and was now locked safely in No 61 awaiting an examination as to the of his mind The keeneyed police man had come once more upon my victim and supposing that he had evaded Ms eron had taken him in charge- I myself left Quebec by the next train the mental examination still pending and although I never heard more of my friend I fancy he had some difficult in establishing MB ty Canadian Maga tine Easier or Harder to Do Oar DrEvery duty we perform helps us to perceive and to be readier to per form some other duty And as John rRuskin says every duty we omit pbscures some truth we should have J Thus we are all the time doing Each time it is easier or harder for us to do next time as we S Times vV 0 f AIR I Ihe I beautiful southend little something wagons lob T endof Amoment Isaid talking gaveme crowdand condition chap effusive J J If gaining losing in the line of 7 d jet tee ain t u I tc jit 3 ivime huuics i is demented noWn or right hOuld doS Z asi a mucous patches in the tions on the skit fkmmt swollen glands aching muscles and the making headway and worse symptoms will unless the blood is promptly and effectually cleansed of tg S S S is the safe and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this specific It cures the worst cases thoroughly and permanently Ml CHtfflei lave icci No Worse time came out ulcers appeared in my throat and mouth with copper colored splotches and offensive painsthave been no worse those as Iwas can understand my sufferings I had about lost all of ever well again X decided to try S S t medicine After taking the third bottle I B change in condi This was truly en and mined to S S S a thorough trial From seemed to have the dis of l been strong anal healthy ever since- I W SMITH Noblesville lad the purely purifier 1000 rs for proof that contains a particle ot mercury potash or other our free book on Blood Poison it contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for self treatment We charge nothing for advice cure yourself at home THE SWIFT SPECFIC CO ATLANTA GA DOG AND PARROT CASE Two Novel Parisian Suits Grow lair Out of Action of lct Animal Two worthy wives mutually sued each other for what they called libel before the correctional chamber Plaintiff Xo 1 being asked to state her case said it all came about owing to a parrot says a Paris of the London Telegraph The bird had a vicious disposition and its mistress the defendant egged it on to be even worse titan it was by na ture The plaintiff could not put head out of the window without bird shouting opprobrious epithets at her and generally libeling her charac ter Before deciding the case the judge said he would hear the other where upon the second matron stated that what she had to complain of was her neighbors dog It had been taught to bark at her whenever she went out and so maliciously clever was theani mal that at the instigation of its mis tress it actually threw stones at her window panes by tossing them up with pawsBy time the people in court were convulsed with laughter but time judge remained serious In commenting on the two cases he pointed out that neither action had been correctly as a suit for libel Then be rendered his decision winch was worthy of a Solomon One of the plain tiffs lIe said should have prosecuted the dog the other should have cited the parrot Both actions having been wrongly instituted lIe should dismiss them both i T 1 the actompanied b Ujllr Fells sore throat copper colored In fall of 1997 I contracted d Poison I triedthree doctors but their treatment did sue no good I was worse all tbe So hade l menl was S S S if ease completely under the and Ii ulcers healed and S rIIOOn free from all signs Tffm the disorder I 3 rOck Box 6ix SSSiS b 1 0 0 d medical Libel correspondent described therefore i W ou con it hen ent theOils Bioo covert whu s Iih sores 4rd was j jiham Send lie thi me 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 to same point 1010 p m daily Double daily ser vice Only line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco Excui sion tickets now on sale For further information address It G MATTHEWS Tarveling Puss Agent Louisville Ky H C TOWKSKND Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Insure with the NewM Life Insurance Co and the Continental fire Insurance Co G B SwinebroadAgt ORGANIZED 188- 3ITMS RATIONAL MlOF LAVOBTE1 TI Capital Surplus Fund 50000 1000 Busnuas souoraxoO- Mr fmIam iPromptAtt atfeQwnate DIRKCTOEg HAK Lxwu T Iju att J LZAVZLL f0 BIT m AuisWlCaah D eo Boon hiL M RXSIXIOTKAZPre1ds- wi V YlcePreside 7 RUBSOI WALTua U XIS lKAPPOL PR JJiALw DAVSDSON LA- v Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business ve offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who thelawproperty for sale Ve will advertise it extensively in theCENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of time prop alaeady listed with us 4r I J withus indirectly No 1 House audLot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant house four rooms hallway 3 varumlas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convunieuce in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot iu Lancaster This Property is Cheap and will go Quick Hill street 70 feet front and ti5 feet deep or 123 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid build lug site for a nice residence in it good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short u desirable location In every particular Xo 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser East side of Hill street adjacent to item Xo 2 TO feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or 4i5 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in neighborhood building site good and commanding No I Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 4r Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of time land has beeu in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or hemp law the rest is rich and productive S ever failing water and leucing in good repair Lund has been well treated 14 story box house 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 iii Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 147 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property proper ty iu this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 15S Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky River In Garrard county about O miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard G room twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud iu Polleys Beud is fast increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Bryautsville and About S miles from Lancaster All good strong laud verv productive under and watered Dwelling Ctwocry timid alt other out buildings are K on the place Close to church school und well fitted for stock raising No 20 Farm Containing 100 acres about 2 miles from Carters yule in Garrard county And 2f of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO 01 tH acres III grass corn and tobocco land watered by pools and fall 2 story honse containings rooms with back good sulphur well at door 2 barns stock and tobac 0 latter ixlUxltJ Church within 1 tulle of residence ond school withIn of a mile A oiouey making farm nicely situated Notf 14 600 Acres of Coal and Timber Land in Pulaskir About 25 miles South of Somerset and near o and East of Flat River on the Ciuciuuat Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal jf a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 13 House and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower all necessary outbuildings Place In good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot In Lan J On of j rOn excellent 1 f euce creekneverlIIder god I hallways meA Eastside Couuty1iy stet No 0 Farm of GO Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and All bottom laud level and productive never failing stock water J story log house and all necessary outbuilding given af ter April 1st IJOl Price within the reach of men ol moderate means No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan yule Avenue and IdS 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 Im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at arock 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 acresofsplen did hemp or tobacco laud 75 acres in grass balance nndei cultivation watered by never failing spriugs Place is in good repair house1J4 stories containing Grooms porch and porches good cistern good boxed log bun and good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A fine farm of moderate size No 12 Farm of t Acres Two Miles front Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike M acres in grass balance under cultivationgood strong land in good repair mind wateredby never fulling springs Two story frame house 6 rooms and necessary outbuIldingOne of the largest and best barns In the cottatry Unildiugs are comparatively new 2goo lorchards A very desirable farm near townand in good locality No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Maui Street House hits S large rooms front hallwayabove and below back luaU veranda bandsomely finished inside and conveniently con structed large bath room complete outfit offixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot id100 feet front 4 feet in depth nice stable lotand large gat den Is a good residence portionof Danville This property speaks for itself No 10 Farm of 30 Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky xrOne of the prettiest country residences inthe Blue Grass Itegion with SO acres of fertilelaud attached situated at Logaua in Jessamine county Ky 5 miles from Kicholasville on n good turnpike and near raihoad 5 room house maguificient barn und every of con veuient outbuildings good waterevery thing in good repair Good location fordoctor or dairy man No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Iawsons school house J milefrom Good Hope Baptist cultivation balance in grass good pastureland under good fence and watered by neverfailing spines and ponds 12 acres in orclurdiu fruiting prime best varieties in all kindsGood I1 story cottage honse nicelyfinished and conveniently arranged with astoreroom SSx20 feet adjoining it Post office known as Flaiwoods 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 of80K Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under CUltivation 25 acres of whichhave been sown In oats and grass 25 acres offine tobacco or hemp land brings flue wheatand corn remainder in grass Stock water InabnndanceSnOicient throughout lastdrouth large wellselected orchard justiug whole place under good fencecottage residence barn ice house and all necessary outbuildlngs splendId Well worth what we want lot It l RockcDsUe line los tsioll property 1 churchs acres of fruit years fruit 5room cIstern tic hated ttage nd tinder etc For furtherparticulars write to or call on R L Davidson R Louis landram lawOfflce over Stormes store Central Record oftice 0