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V I Entered at the Post Office Lancaster JTy as Second Clw LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCT 17 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t tut n Matter xauaa x a a Fill YEAR n 7E4 the largest st line of STOVES e have ever carried and they go at BOTTOM PRICES Call see them and you will find bargains JRHaseiden J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors ATING y Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty 5011 Line of Fnrnitnre and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward THE HOME NEWSi i JI Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Bring us your job work and we will please you I Our 10 suits make a strong bid for your trade H T Logan Saddles at cost at There isnt a swell dresser in town too swell for our new suits HT Logan You get all re oair work at W f New goods in Rings Belt and Sash Pins at Thompsons the Jeweler See how cheap our fine line buggy robes are Romans Horse shoeing and all of wagon work Dy G W Ball at Romans We will save you florn to four dollars on buggy Elmore Cabbage at 2c per lb or L35 per barrel bananas lOc per dozen R A Stone It is true our 10 suits do not make the man but they help like H T Logan 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 I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling R M West 103tf Flowering bulbs Hyacinth Tulips Crocus Lilly and otherbulbs Cheaper than you can order sameJ Thompson R A Stone will sell you of granulated sugar for 100 cofree at lOc per package and salt at 180 per barrel I offer for sale my residence in the town of Lancaster Ky on Lexington avenue Persons desiring to purchase can examine the propertyW Bradley Romans Elmo reba ps for mans ore har ess Rom s thunder l8 lbs For Sale and brl Is x t winter binds one Call and see the 5 anil coun ter at the Lancaster Grocery Co Try our Daisy Paten Floun never fails Every sack Co We will sell you broom at 19c Saturday only Lancaster Grocery Co The best teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf We have one of thehandsomest lines of Cloaks and Furs ever in this town Prices right The Logan Dry Goods Co Comlmg 19tli Dr Goldstein the optician will the Mason hotel Saturday the 19th If your eyes cause trouble see him Rev Mr Wol ford Called At a meeting of the members of the Baptist church Sunday a call was extended to Rev Wol ford to remain as pastor for the ensu ing year He has not yet decided as to accepting the call Notice Coal Consumers Pure Jellico and Blue Gem Coals always on hand and for sale at the lowest cash price We solicit your patronage and will make it a point to try to please you Give us a trial Coal yard at S T planing mill J T Williams Leavel Ijan02 i Paralyzed Mr Robert C Hamilton was strick en by paralysis Sunday morning and remains in a serious condition He has been ill for several days out not seriously so and the stroke came as a great surprise He is totally from the shoulders to his toes Bob is a popular man and his misfortune is regretted by everybody Flue Horses Mr W B Burton of this city sold three combined horses to J B Mc Creary of North Carolina for 435 They were toppy animals Mr Bur ton is gaining a wide reputation as a horse man and his fair and honest dealing has won much horse dealers all over the ua nteed Lancaste roc ry set of at Garrard sho beat next Leavels 10 cent i a good our ti W the local unanimous 8 paralyzed country 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 I are all lined up for your inspection and such an array of SHOE styles 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 Jandr the NEW FALL STYLES i SHOES FOR THE FAMILY STV i from tiny feet to Grandpas tender feet and price in the house to offend Come see U7 l J 1 I I 1 J t j i A f1 liThei t f i 1 F r m L Y a Q 0- I t o 0- p T H 955T p t p see yr r i i- baby s not L 4 0 s S 4 w A r r w Gov OTcCreary Coming THE RECORD is informed that Gov James B McCreary will address the citizens of Garrard county at court house next county court day the 28th The governor stands close to our people and his many friends are delighted to have another of hearing him Returned to Lancaster It is gratifyingto the people to know that Leonidas Robinson has been returned as pastor OT the Lancaster Methodist church the conference so deciding at its meeting last week Mr Robinson has done much good in the town during his stay here and it is ve ry gratifying to know that he iS to re main with us On account of the bad weather last Saturday parties wljo furnished the special garments for our Cloak and Fur opening have consented for us to keep them over this week so we will have these special garments until next Mon day The Logan Dry Goods A Wise Selection At the last meeting of the City Council Judge Robinson was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr John M ginbotharn The judge the place was sworn in and is now a full fledged city father The Council could not have made a better selection as Judge Robinson is a conservative pushing business man one that will look after the citys affairs with as much care as though they were his own personal matters Jolly Elks The Richmond Elks announce a se ries of entertainments for this winter that will keep die old town at a white heat In the first place there will be initiations at every meeting this month Then social sessions will be held Nov 1 15 29 Dec 13th and 27th A minstrel show will be given Novem ber 28th Elks Vaudeville during Christmas week and a Comic Opera Feb 22 The Richmond Elks are hustlers every pill in the box being a warm one and the fun ahead will have to be witnessed to tell exactly the extent to which it will be car ried Medical Association The quarterly of the Cen tral Kentucky Medical Association will in this city at the Gar rard Hotel today beginning at ten oclock Handsome invitations print ed at THE RECORD office were sent out and local physicians say a large number of the profession will be on hand Papers are to be read by Drs Carpenter Hustonville Brown of Stanford Kinnaird of peuter of Stanford and Bailey of Stanford This association results in much benefit to the doctors as they get together exchange views discuss certain subjects and in many other ways accomplish good For City Dad The following names have been filed at the clerks office as a ticket for City to be voted for next month Mayor Robt Kinnaird Wm Herndon J S Robinson C Hemphill J A Beazley J C Thompson E W Morrow These are all good men and will give the affairs of the town careful No other names have been tiled There are three names for Police Judge Judge E Brown the present incumbent Judge M D Hughes and Mr Wm Shugars The election for these offices will be held in the regular voting places in but a separate ballot will furnished the voter Open Session The C E Society will hold an open session on evening at the Christian This day is by all Endeavor Societies and is called Forefathers Day The young people assisted by the pastor Rev A R Moore and everyone is cor dially invited to attend The programme will be rendered MUSIC Opening address by Chas Colyer Prayer MUSIC Address Willie Belle Bardaide MUSIC Address Ethel West MUSIC Address Mary Thompson MUSIC Talk by Pastor MUSIC Benediction i Gov Bradley Gov Bradley was at home Sunday but left Tuesday morning for New York where he goes on professional business He told THE RECORD succeeding in building in Louisville and would in all probability remain there the of his days but always think and speak of Lancaster as Home Asked his opinion of the proposed Burgin Jellico extension of the be said Why as a matter of course the road is going to be built Every business man in Louisville ig oi the opinion that It be built that too at an date They see what a big thing it will be ville are very enthusiastic Itwill prove a Garrard coup ty for itmore for that than any other ii thee opportunity Rev Joe S meeting be held LancasterCar Council attention presented Lancaster be church observed meeting will be conducted by the e he- W up a and an l i 7 Cot accepted following Here practice balance would Southern will reason a Of ed 25 to he Robbers at Harrodsbors Six men robbed the Harrodsburg post office Sunday morning and made an attempt to enter the Mercer bank but police officers heard them and a battle in which a hundred were exchanged took place The robbers made their escape Big Sale the The type made us say in last issue that the sale at J B Kempers would occur on the 18th It should have read Saturday the 19th He will sell lot of good stock implements some hay and a number of other articles At the same time and place F B Kernper will sell his farm located Camp Dick Robinson and Dan vine This sale will attract a large crowd Sale begins at ten oclock A Good Man Entertains The editor received an invitation to attend the celebration of Mr C M Rice birthday at Danville last Friday evening but business engagements prevented our accepting This was a great disappointment to usas asquare meal means a great deal to a man An elegant supper was served the menu being superb No man has more friends than Charley Rice and no man more richly deserves the high position he holds with the people That he may live to enjoy many happy returns is our sincere wish Brakeman Shouts Negro At Danville Sunday night a negro named Givens was shot by Tom Mor rissy a Queen Crescent brakeman The negro had been to Cincinnati on the Sunday excursion and like most those who travel on such had load up on cheap whisky and wanted to take the train Its safe to say that Morrissy was right in every Railroad emplyees have a lot to contend with from the hoodlum and they ought to be given full police authority This brakeman will now lose some time in attending court and be put to other annoyances for symply duty and protecting other from insult and He should be given a instead Contest Friday Night Much interest is being taken in the contest to be held betweenpupils of the different schools in the county at the Opera House Friday night the 25th Ten schools are represented each being a good speaker and the outcome will be watched with great interest A feature of the will be the music by the orchestra which organization has been for the occasion Re are on sale at Stormes drug store and a great many have been sold If you seat have one reserved or you may have to stand Each school will send a large delegation to witness the battle The prices have been fixed as follows seats 35 cts general admission cents Meeting Closes After preaching twice a day for two weeks Uncle Joe Hopper closed his meeting at the Presbyterian church Sunday night The attendance was large during the entire time Sixteen young souls were brought to Christ and the meeting was of great benefit the older people were to the point and could not help but bring people to realize their condition in regard to church matters Uncle Joe can make things so plain that the question is brought right down to a man in such a manner that cannot help seeing the error of his way and after listening to one of the grand old mans discourses a person goes home thinking over matters that seldom gives much thought in this busy hustling world His visit was greatly enjoyed by his old friends and made many new among the younger people THE RECORD joins in wishing Uncle Joe many more years of good health and Attracting Muck Attention We have never been so gratified with results of an opening of goods as we have with our cloaks this fall It is usual for the ladies to wait until the cold weather has set in and probably until snow falls before they look at cloaks but as soon as we announced that our line was ready the ladies came at once to look them and make their selections We devoted special attention to the this line safely say our stock can not be excelled anywhere We bought them right and can con sequently give you prices thatban not be duplicated As is well known to the public we dont do business by spurts Jumping in to set the world on fire one day and then sleeping for the next two weeks but we can be found at the old stand every working day in the year with good honest goods at prices that low as first class material and good workmanship can besold for We have all the new est styles and colors in and can please you in every way Dont our line of uptodate dry goods drew goods notions etc We can save you money onfall otthese J Joseph More shots 19th between newspaper particular annoyance entertainment Lancaster serveaseats want good Reserved as Joe stalks he he ones sel can that areas Y T t f element his passengers pension IInCIe heartily happiness and cloaks forget Local on page 3 Yt t- J a of of to TO THE CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY At the practically unanimous demand of my own party and urgent so licitation of other friends I have at last consented to become a candidate for the office of County Attorney on the Republican ticket 1 had not expected to again ask for the suffrage of my fellowcitizens but in view of the great number of electors regardless of their party 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 peace 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 office and when after my repeated on all useless extravagance and on certain most time honored leaks in your county treasury the levy necessary to meet all the current expenses of your county and then leave a handsome surplus in your treasury at close the year was less than onethird barely more than onefourth of the mount of each and every successive levyfor county purposes made since my retirement from that position And since the late decision of the Court of Appeals that the Court of the city of Lancaster no longer has jurisdiction to try whisky cases and with blind tigers not only flourishing throughout the county but with their Lienses all over the corporate limits of Lancaster actually boasting their dispensing to your sons each and 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 office is of even greater than ever before to such of our parents as wish to protect their boys from this most vicious and destructive influence and it well behooves them make no mistake in selecting and deciding who shall whether this condition of things shall continue to exist With a high conception of the duties of this office with a higher of my obligation to my own and my neighbors sons having stead tastly during the twentytwo years of my law practice refused to defend the keeper of a blind tiger nor in the thirtynine years of my existence taken a drink of whisky if honored again by your election to this high trust I pledge vou that whatever of experience ability or talent I may possess shall be exerted to so administer its important duties as to not only encourage and promote peace and good order and a strict obedience to the law throughout the county but also to prevent any and all illegitimate improper and drains and expenses on your county treasury Fearing that pressing business engagements and the limited time left canvass may prevent my seeing personally I take this method of announcing my candidacy and assuring you that if my candidacy meets with your approval I shall be very grateful for whatever assistance you may toward promoting my election Respectfully Aug10 tf W McC JOHNSTON WE With a large stock of Fall and Winter Merchandise affiliation reluctance dutiesitex- penses assaults th every hereafter nowthis importance hereafter say conception unnecessary form each of render AREREADY ANNOUNCEMENT Government you DRESS GOODS TrimmingsSilks Velvets Corduroys FlannelsUnderwear OutingsBlankets Comforts CloaksShoes Fancy Goods Carpets t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t n 1 CLOTHINGFor Men AndBoys SuitsOvercoats Boots Shoes Hats FurnishingGoods Rubbers Underwear t f L x We extend a general invitation for to come and see our stock Our Trip pie Business Banner Quality in Characterin Values Prices By special arrangements our Cloak and Fur opening will tinue throughout this week tai Dry Bunds Co- M I i mc T T T T T T T T T T T I I II I I I I I I I I I T T T T T T T T T T T T T T everybody Lowness in f g r Merchandise cones y 4 r 1 a YOU BATTE 25 per cent BY HTTYIWB SECOND HAND flGHDDL BOOKS AT c f Z III i5 DRUG STORE I j I I MCROBERT CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Oct ijth 190 IF Col W P Walton of the Har rodsburg Democrat has as smooth sailing in other counties as he will have in Garrard he will win the commissionership in a walk The democrats here appreciate the gallant fi lit he has made for the party at all times and know that he has never failed to take his place on the firing line in every hard fought battle the party has engaged in On the other hand Col Walton has made many friends among the republicans who admire his grit and appreciate his work as an editor As THE RECOKD has said before if he is not given the place it will be the basest piece of upon the part of the democ racy But he is going to get both feet A FELLOW who has been getting up statistics of the amount of whisky on hand in Kentucky announces that there are only 17000000 gallons in sight and the chances for a whisky famine in the state are good As the fellow is a prominent whisky man he must know what he is talking about but as long as the poor devil who drinks the damnable stuff has the price its safe to say there will be no famine Whisky will be made as lung as people want to drink it and the only way its use will ever be stop pad is by convincing the unfortunate user the error of his way THE Louisville papers in flaming headlines during the athletic contests there last week throws the hammer 170 feet and one half inch and the Discus 1196 feet We dart know what that means hut we are forced to the conclusion that Flanagan must be a bird After per forming this wonderful feat gan will now don a ten dollar checked suit wear high collars and spend his remaining days the admired of all ad wirers Another good farm hand spoiled MANY special telegrams were sent from Danville to the dailies telling of the hard fight over the selection of colors for the school over there The public waited in breathless sus pease until the wires finally brought the glorious news that the matter had been settled cream and crimson being selected It is gratifying indeed to know that this allimportant matter has been settled without bloodshed and that the wheels of government can resume their grinding THE Somerset Journal has put in a splendid cylinder press and comes out a sixcolumn quarto All the trouble with the old form was that it would not hold as much of Seph Campbells good writings and the readers are de lighted at the idea of receiving larger installments of the choice matter that only Seph can turn out Now spread yourself brother let us hear from SPECIAL columns in country news papers do very well for a while but they soon grow as stale as a lecture There are exceptions to the rule of course and one of these exceptions is the Prowler in the Winchester Democrat This column is kept up to the interesting pointand its seldom indeed that stale reading matter is found therein IT is reported that a number of Lou isville politicians forced an entrance to a voting place and stole some bal lots and the grand jury has returned an indictment for housebreaking cannot believe them guilty for if Louisville politicians had gone to the place they would have taken house and all THE Carlisle Mercury says when a man has the fool idea about being of his own castle he gets mighty well out of his head when the tie gets populated by two babies a a bull pup and a litter of kit tens CHAUNCBY DEPBW the famous af terdinner speaker is to be married again The gifted orator will now hold leis tongue while the head of the house does the lecturing Kodol 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 to diet but can enjoy all you want Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed feelinf after eating giving you new life and vigor F P Frisbie I rfl I railroad ingratitude therewith you temperance knocked car I i don have th f f announced Flanae Finn nurse Rood food K T Y J r t r an a tie odor I Q Mt gj In w p PAINT LICK Hogs are dying with cholera in this sectionOur are busy sowing wheat and cutting corn literary folks will have a room here soon There is talk of a confectionery be ing opened up here soon New lines of premiums at R L Henry Ledford has rented his farm to Robert Ledford for next year How can Jennings Co sell those late style overcoats so cheap tf Robert Tudor is learning the business under James Rucker From the present outlook all of the secret societies will have a lodge here The stile of Miller Davidson was well attended and every thing sold well There have been several land buyers around here in the last week or two land is looking up New line of Hunting Coats Guns Loading Tools Shells c R L Co tf About three hundred people the baptism of eighteen con verts to the colored Baptist church here Sunday evening Will Rucker our miller has accept ed a position with the C S R Rand will leave us the first of November Our sporting men can hardly wait until the bird law expires There is a good deal of shooting around but of course they are not shooting at quail JMr and Mrs E L Woods and Mr W G Kemper went to Cincinnati Mrs W G Kemper has return ed from Owen county where she has been on a two weeks visit Mrs Gibson of Richmond spent a few days with her sister Mrs J W Adams Air and Mrs W G Kemper are to go to housekeeping MANSE Candidates are growing more and more pleasant The recent rains have increased the loafers trade There will be services at the Pres byterian church next Sunday also at Tabor at which place Rev Baker will preach who has been called to be be nastor Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has return ed home from Virginia where she has been visiting relatives for several weeks Mrs little daugEter of Brodhead have been vis iting Mrs Belle Honderson Mr Ot fey Burke and sister have been Miss Mittie Dunn at Bryantsville The many friends of J H are glad to see him back from the West for about a year FLATWOODS Mrs Martha Bell sold a mare to Dave Denny of color for 25 Mr G W Spangler sold two small calves to James Ramsey for 12 J H Miller bought seven calves from John Cress for a little less than 70 C W Graves bought a horse from Wm Smith of Cartersyille for 80 Geo Miller sold five acres of corn to Edward Portwood for 50 in the field W H 5 head of yearling cattle to Jake Robinson Jr for 3c Mrs Martha Bell has moved to Crab Orchard to her home with her son Robert White J B Parks is in this vicinity look ing a farm those desiring to sell would do well to hunt him up J C Fox bought about 500 sheaves of oats from Mrs Martha Bell for 2 per hundred at the stack and about 400 sheaves from for 2 per hundred delivered Mr Daws of Stanford visited W Furr in the interest of the Piano Ma chine Co last week Miss Dora Boian visited her aunt Mrs Mary Elam and family last week G W visited W R Furr Saturday and Sunday James Coldiron is vis iting Iris mother and other relatives Manchester Clay county Mrs Mary Elam returned from visiting relatives near Wallace ton Mrs Lu cy Gardner of Missouri visited Mrs Lucy Worrell and family lasr week tion writes Cedar City Mo Like others 1 tried many prep arations but never found anything that did good until I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure One bottle cured me A friend who had suffered siini I put on the use of Kodol Dys He is gaining last and used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indigestion I had made him a total wreck F P 1m H reading Jennings railroad Jennings witnessed Sunday preparing numerous Ed Newland and visiting where has been engageb in business t Furrsold par pound J C Clouse c I bad long ALeDeis pepsia Cure to I r The C Curt C Bern make for ffi angler has suffered from lnd G Inc lady ill soon beable work Bator pryc h k lice rill 8 e he fat to Master John Dunn sold a nice pony for85 Mr John Galihir his dwelling burned on the 12th Regular services here at the church the third Sunday Rev Jackson tilled the pulpit at the Methodist church here Sunday Tng Mrs Dickerman fell and sprained her foot while returning from church Sunday night Born to the wife of Mr Owens girl Also a little stranger came the home of Mr and Mrs Marsell at Bourne Mr Jack Dunn and family and Atha Dunns family attended the at Mrs Nancy Dunns in last Thursday Mrs Ballard visited her sister Mrs J X Dunn last week Mrs Patton and daughter Hester are visiting in Cyn thiana this week Miss Lizzie Nay lor who has been visiting relatives here the past week is now visiting lien cousin Emma Dunn in Burgin Sam Haselden visited his son Sam in Lancaster Sunday Miss Rovesta Turner arid Miss Lucy Marsee of Bourne were the guests of Florence and Marie Dunn from Friday to Mr and Mrs Cheatham Mr and Mrs Holcomb spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mis Dismuke of Buena Vista Mr S S Dicker man entertained Sunday in honor of Dr George Jean who has recently been appointed Assistant Surgeon in the U S Army Those present were Mr and Mrs Noel Jean of Danville Mr and Mrs Wm Berkele of Mr Frank Folger and mother of Nicholasville Mr Eugene Berkele and family of Bryuntsville and Mr John Dunn and daughter The Christian Aid Society met last Wednesday with Mrs Haselden and spent a very pleasant evening The work they have on hand is progressing nicely the few present resolved to work more for the society in the future and attend more regularly and also Thanksgiving try and get up a nice box for the widows and orphans home in Louisville They also wish to take up a collection at the church and ask the gentlemen to contribute as much as 10 cents each for this purpose will again next Thursday meet with with Mrs Haselden and ask all the members that can to be present and bring something for the box M STONE Coy Saunders the boy merchant is improving again Dealy Scett of Frankfort visited Mrs T L Saunders this week James Littrell sold in Richmond two nice work mules at 150 Kirby Teater sold to Col James Parks one yoke of cattle at 8GO Wheat sowing is in full blast carting hemp seed and making Sorglum Loyd Saunders and C MMoberley bought of Dr Amon some seed 60c per bushel Mead Teter sold to Jas Parks some heifers at 3c and he bought several head of fat cows at 2Jc Loyd Saunders sold some fat hogs at 5c also bought one mule colt at 20 and bought of Todd Simpson some fat shoats at 425 per head A Typical South African Store 0 R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which can be 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 est town Mr Larson says I am with the custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles to many of whom I have supplied Cham berlains remedies All testify to their value in a household where a doctors is almost out of the question 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 What will eventually become of the tramp if as reported his Satanical majesty finds work for idle hands to BrainFood Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent They have dispelled the foodiscles 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 how evtfr good your food may be its is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming DV taking regular doses of Au 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 jYou get Dr G G remedies at Stormes drug store Greens Special Almanac 6m Stomach and Liver Tablets at McRot erts drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not by constipation as is often case with pills Regular size 25c per box gv n e Wj ar Vr 1 0 0 UYXNTSViL1E Methodist MrS reunion Danville Monday Lancaster proverbial then favored advice population Remedy doAt au- thorIties nutriment gust Get Geta owed i t i 0t sJ VA l o bad r Nan T n- and ry N can Greens able free sample of Ohamberl oil the Call aman ti donkey audheis kick w m he eat 8 dins apt r r T ers m be all ure of as per his his ed to Corn is 7c lower than at one time in August but still brings a good fair price and will still continue to do so till next fall The Midway Clipper says the farm of Wood ford county arc now en years It is said agricultural products now form 637 per cent of our total ex ports and in 1896 they formed 639 Per cent Manufacturers now form 29 per cent of our total exports and in 1896 they formed 283 per cent The poultry business is not one for the man who has failed at everything else he has undertaken Many of this class rush in only to add another fail ure to the list One thing definitely known concern this years corn crop is that there will a great lot of partly filled ears of unmerchantabie corn This will be right for feeding but can not go to the elevator The Ohio Department of Agricult reports the total estimated yield wheat in that State the past season 31086184 bushels from 2132564 acres an average of 1457 bushels per acre The prospect for corn is 65 per cent of an average crop potatoes 42 cent apples 35 per 6ent Ply the whip frequently on the man who is already overworked knock him down and hammer him thoroughly with a club no matter if he is doing best and dont let him rest If load is heavy let him run with it That is the way somehorses are treat Richmond Register Mat Cohen shipped last week to New Yorg a of horses twenty head The en tire lot has been sold at prices ranging from 500 to 1000 each and are said be the best bunch that Mr Cohen has ever shipped East Few animals are being made ready for the beef wariest through the great from January to July 1902 It is rea sonable to predict that this shortage will advance prices In the Unired States the poultry business figured up thusly The earn ings amounted to over 300000006 which beats the business in swine by 105000009 the business in wheat by 52000000 and in cotton by 30000000 or beats the value of the three prod ucts by 113000000 The annual seed distribution farce has been again set in motion by the awarding of the contract for the seeds Of the 170000 appropriated for this purpose 20000 is reserved for the importation of rare and valuable seeds The balance of the fund less the cost of distribution of the above distribution Flemingsburg Bluegrass cattle feeders have been down the past week offering our 4 for their feeding cattle but so fur we have heard of very few sales at this figure and a good many of our farmers talk of feeding rather than to take the price It looks as it the farmers had a combine to talk down the prices but with the tine prospect for fall grass and with a fair crop of corn and other feed our farm ers are in good shape to hold on for a time at least The Mt Vernon Signal says S C Franklin who began the study of the culture of ginseng a year or two ago after gathering all the information necessary from the principal growers throughout tire country has se tabout 35OoO plants that are growing nicely He uses artificial shade made of laths dense shade being one of the principal features in its culture He has also sold this season several thousand Plants to beginners in the business some being shipped as far west as Mis WALLACETON James Wallace sold a calf to Wm Ralston for 15 Uncle Dave McCullum is about rent ing his farm to a Mr Ponder and is thinking of moving to Berea Our farmers are busy cutting corn sowing wheat The corn crop is even lighter than was expected being on an average only about a half crop The people of this community were honored by visits from numerous candidates last week W D Smith of Berea church here Sunday Wilson Big Hill was here Sunday with his best Mrs Jane Foster aged 85 years and Mrs Emily Murray of Illinois are visiting friends and relatives here after an absence of about 30 years Rev J LSturgell new pastor failed to fill his appointment at theM E church here Sunday Rev M Pascpi of Berea occupiedthe pulpit howeyer and preached one of his characteristic discourses so that al though the people at not having Bro they sure ly lost jQrcefuJ practical gospel truth v a woman first marriage is made in she arranges the herself The world hasrseven wonders but M f m I ofahadto carload toy gardenDemocratS o m e farmers formed girl were nothing I that sours attended near the disappointed Star ill Only heaven Second the aversae womaa can erleiore in Sevea uinn i-f r Y I V r Never in the history of the trade has it been so difficult to get deliveries of desirable Cloaks and Suits The unus ual prosperity has made business good everywhere and tailors cannot make garments fast enough Another cause of delay is the growing demand for very long coat which take twice the time to make that was required to turn out short jackets Unable to get long coats as fast as we sold them we decided to make a SECOND TRIP TO NEW YORK This we made last week and by jollying and bluffing we managed to secure the actual delivery of over 150 new 27 42 inch Coats and 60 inch Raglans These are in all grades from 750 to 3750 and are all new styles We venture the assertion that there is not another such stock Coats and Raglans to be seen in Kentucky outside of Louisville and we guarantee our prices lower than anywhere TAILOR SUITS To get suits at once we made them give us from their samples enough to run us until our orders are filled Their samples for obvious reasons are made the best they know how We now have about 30 new styles in walking suits and long skirt suits besides new lots of best sellers from our firstclass stock WALKING SUITS The demand for these is enormous and we are doing our best to keep our with the demand We have just received about 50 new ones in every length from 38 to 43 inches long in a great variety of styles materials and prices NEW WAIST CLOTHS Persian striped and tucked wool waist cloths at 75c 90c and 1 yd These were just out last we are the first to show them in Ky Also new designs in embroidered waist patters in a box at 3 4 450 Also about 75 new designs in Eclipse Flannels at 15c NEW HATS line of over 30 of Phipps Atchinsons latest ranging in price from 350 up Also more than 25 styles of black dressy trimmed hats at 350 to 750 All of these the latest New York styles CORDS AND VEL VETS Now the craze for Shirt Waists Costumes Skirts Coats Note that we have a full range of shades in the plain at 75c 125 and the colorings at Oc to FUR BOARS AND SCARFS every price from 1JO to 3 We have more than 200 which you canmake your selection and we feel confi that you will find what you want in our stock ABOUT CLOAKS AND inchand ofuptodate stockup weekand Anew creations 125 nt SiTS the e J rjqnVJlle Ky j s i1 iti Sar yrc t R GOL1T alt EYE SPECIALIST OF LOUISVILLE KYt LANCASTER K Y AT M A s o J HOTELSaturday October IJHIi Diy Only Examined sOIl Glasses sclenti adjusted to 5pm Home Office 116 West Burnett Averi Louisville Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and digestive or gans Js the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia i Sick Headache and f allother results ofimperfect digestion Price50 x and fl Large size contains 2VJ times smallsize Prepared by E C DtWITT a CO Cblcaao JOHN CIVIL EXGIXKEK Lancaster Ky COUNTY SUUVKYOR All business promptly attended to WMcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store L F HUBBLE Attorney at law Real Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms Orrice hours 9 R m reconstructing I Sour Stomach Nausea Book T JOHNSTON t Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from SS upward Call at works near the depot S McGinHE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY RKINNAIRD INSURANCE Companies AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford CofiHoticat German American 5 PjheMhc of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool Loaioa Glofce North Britisi Merc witile J Follolin t 1f HartirtClliL 7 A t t r e rESell D p s Y f X 2 0o oeZ Sis ers i O Where the Home c t c PEOPLE cu Are constanaly adding new goods to their stock and each week can show you somthing entirely new and novel Dont fail to see their Hats before purchasing They take pleasure in showing goods Have v Visited 0 d Kirby has been quite ill of fe Mr A H Bastin was in Livingston TuesdayMrs M Doty is visiting her son in Minneapolis Charley Walker of the Kay See spent Sunday at home Dr Moss of Pine ville has been vis iting his cousin Mr John Moss Miss Cora Ward visited relatives in Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J T Cherry of Brod head are guests of Mrs J I Hamilton Mrs T S Elkin visited her sonRob ert in Lexington Saturday and Sun day Attorney McC Johnston was in Lexington on professional business Miss Lucy Scott has been visiting friends in Lexington and attended the trots Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Point Burnside is visiting Misses Elisa and Jane Lusk Joe Haselden is at home for a few days Be is on the road for the Has elden Filter Mr Jacob Joseph is in Louisville this week as a delegate to the Mason ic Grand Lodge Messrs John F Lear Henry and F B Marksbury visited Sunday Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick has been vititing her cousin Miss Willie Belle Burnside Louis Herndon and Waller Hudson of Central University of Danville were here Saturday and Sunday pected this week to visit relatives Miss Lucy Scott has as her guests this week Mrs Mame Sparkf of Nich olasville and Mr Gibbs of liicnujonu Miss Fannie Harris of Circleville Ohio arrived Monday to be the guest of Mrs T B Long at the Garrard hotelCol L F Hubble returned to Wayne county Monday saying he was going from the land of milk and honey Lan caster back to the land of oil and bread Richmond Register Hon John D Harris was again seen on our streets Monday still weak from the effects of his recent illness but on the Ligh road to recovery Mr Jerry Respess and C G Wherritt were here this week from the Mr Respess is chief engineer of the survey being made by the Cum berland and Nashville R R Co Rev F M Hill has been transfer red from the Methodist church at Somerset to the one in Carlisle and we met him in Lexington Saturday en route to his new field Mr Hill is a true Christian and did much good when in this city THE RECORD com mends him to the people of Carlisle irk Saturday t Simpson Cincinnati 1 babyElizabeth mountains i I Livingston I 1 I 1 horn 4 e and wishes him all success in his new charge Ben Herndon was in Richmond this week Col W S Beazley attended the trots in Lexington Col J W Miller was in Lexington a few days on business Mr Blair of Central College was here Saturday and Sunday Mrs T B Turley of Richmond has been visiting friends in this city J B Jennings made a business trip to Campbellsville the first of the week Mr J Randolph Harris wife and baby of Lincoln were visiting here Sunday A few friends gave Miss Maggie iTomlioson a surprise party Monday evening Misses Julia Mae and NannieGaines f Danville spent Sunday here with relatives Miss Alberta Anderson is visiting Her grandfather Mr Tom Anderson of Kingston Ky Mrs S P Grant and daughters Miss is Lula and Ethel of Danville were visitors here the past week Miss Maggie Tomlinson spent sever 11 days with her uncle Mr John Marrs at the Glyndon in Richmond Mrs Farris of Crab Orchard has been visiting her brother Senator George Farris and Mrs Bastin Stan ford avenue The following invitation has been received by Lancaster friends of the groom Mr and Mrs Nelson Brainard Fassett 0 request the honor of your at the marriage of their niece Rose Grassley to Mr Thomas Peacock Miller at half after eight oclock Wednesday hundred Stewart Avenue and 66th Court Englewood Chicago They will be at home after the tenth of November Arbor Lodge Chilhowee Parr Knoxville Tenn Rev Bruce Sunday Rev J L Bruce will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church next Sunday An unsuccessful attempt was made to rob the Deposit Bank in Pleasure ville Ky The Land OCotton booked to play here the 23rd has gone by the board and the date cancelled Per haps tis better so I am in a position to serve my cloth ing customers better than ever before so I would be glad to have my old cus tomers take advantage of it J C Hemphill The annual contest composed of representatives from the public schools Garrard county will be held in Lan caster October 25th under the 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 Some men resemble lobsters they turn red when they find themselves in hot water evenlnJOct onesF management presence s n d Prescription Filling is Our Leading Specialty Our facilities for filling them are un equalled We use the double checking sys tern in this manner mistakes are almost im possible A bottle bearing is a tee of and purity i require an exceptional amount of care and skilLare the kind we es pecially like get You will find our prices are right We use only the best I J gu ran absoluteaccuracy r tot t- to gB our labelJ Those which k IR SBIES DRUG t f a DIRe GraM Seed for Sale I have a lot of extra good seed for sale Wm Coo k 917 tf If any of the teachers wish to enter a pupil they can notify me and I will place the name on the programme Amanda Anderson The finest gold fills 150 amalgum 75cts Dr Hobson dente Rich mond At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Get your oak fencing boxing and framing material from us at the mill without the middlemans profit W P Walden Co The store stoye has drawn all the wiseacres from the goods box on the side walk Its funny that men who know how be run never have any business of their own to attend to If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster second Monday tf ADDITIONAL LOCAL Hear Lancaster Orchestra at the Contest 25th Friday night The contest Friday night will be ve Train No 4 killed belong lug to Frank Turner near the north end switch Tuesday morning Dr Hobson the dentist was here Monday and his rooms at the Garrard were filled all day by customers Book Now Heady The city tax books have been placed in my hands and 1 am ready to re ceive taxes Pay them now as a pen ally will be added November 1 and I will proceed according to law tf S D Turner For Sale or Rent The house and lot of Mrs Osee Bush Nice property The house two story frame building and situated on Richmond street in Ky For terms call on or W T Williams 9174t Lancaster Ky Seed Wheat H A B Marksburv Sons car of northern seed wheat has arrived and test 64 to 66 pounds to the bushel We have several varieties of seed wheat screened and splendid lor Get your seed wheat now Stenography and 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 charges are fifteen and twentyfive cents a page Call up Central office Supper at Pleasant Hill Another basket supper at the Hill school house on new Dan villa pike Friday week the 18th The pupils will entertain the audience by reciting several select pieces after which the baskets will be sold to the highest bidder All are cordially to attend Exercises begin promptly at 730 p m f A Good Firm We have received from the Groom Music Company Steinway Hall Chic agoseveral professional copies of their late music This company is putting out some good pieces both vocal and instrumental and will gladly examine authors manuscripts with a view to their publication It sets song words and poems to music on a basis that pays a good profit to the author i Fine Farm For Sale 17 acres of good land part in Good metalroof dwelling containing nine rooms two halls and two poarches All necessary outbuild ings large barn and ice house Neve failing stock water Cisternand well at house Early and late fruit in abundance Place is known as the Lawless farm and is situated on pike six miles from Lancaster Terms easy Call on or address Susie Sandidge Teatersville Garrard a Kentucky tf 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 fine violin will be given to the best dler no notes but the pat of the foot the nod of the head and the wink of the eye Those desiring to enter con test will address Prof J H Mgr 3t A Remarkable Occurrence An Arkansas local paper soliloquizes thus Some of our exchanges pub fishing a to the effect that a pulled the plug out of a bunghole of a barrel for the purpose of slaking his thirst We do see extraordinary in the occurrence if the horse had the barrel out of the bunghole end Blacked hit thirst with the plug if the barrel had pulled the bung bole out of plug and its thirst with the horse or if the plug and slaked its thirst with the bung bole or if the bunghole had yelled out of the horse and slaked the th the barrel or if the barrel had horse put of the bung isle art plugged thirst with the Malce 4t might b worth while to S t el oi fJ A ryenjoyable Hearst bluegrass everythingoughtto Hob- son Lancaster address homegrown le telephone Pleasant invited cultivation Buckeye county d Patterson anything r the out thirst r 1 k p tt S the a horse H old time are curious Ciem horse in Iowa lat Now nom the slaked ad pulled horse of the bar lug aw pulled the his ltip ca orneab sioririt isis era the to he the of m ci 11 No hoax but a fact 10 will buy a suit made to your V J C HemphUL Good for the Soldiers A Brooklyn lawyer has discovered that every volunteer who enlisted the SpanishAmerican waris to bounties amounting to 276 provided foj by a Federal and State passed many years ago The State bounty law provides for the of 4 the Federal law 192 to each volunteer It is estimated that the discovery of these old laws will cost New York about 2000000 and the Federal government about 5000 000 It is something unusual to make a firstclass merchanttailor suit for but do this for you if you wjll leave your measure J C HemphiH1 Another on Howard Rice Here is a story of a traveling man who was passionately fond of honey and always stopped at a certain hotel where he was sure of getting it On one trip he took his wife along and as he approached the town he mentioned her that he was getting to a place where he could have honey When the pair were sitting at the supper no honey appeared and Mr elingman said sharply to the Where is my honey The waiter smiled and said You mean the little blackhaired one 0 she dont work here now Quite a number of my customers have had me to make their winter suits at readymade prices and I would be glad to serve others in the same way J C Hemphill A Grand The cloak opening at the Logan Dry Goods Cos stores last week was a grand success and many ladies took advantage of the opportunity to buy the very latest styles and patterns which were displayed This firm has devoted a large portion of the second story of their large building to a cloak department and thelarge space affords ample room to examine and try on the garments The weather being agreeable Mr Logan succeeded in getting the eastern firms to allo r him to keep a number of samples over this week and if you have not seen them you bad better go at once The trip pay you whether you buy or not Such elegant garments were never shown in Lancaster before Theyll Get Left A remarkable call for a Democratic primary election has been issued the Democratic Executive Committee of Trimble to supply a vacan cy on their ticket caused by the death of theircandidate for jailer nomina ted last fall The call provides that each candidate before his name is placed on the official ballot shall take solemn oath that he will not either by himself or others use or permit to qe used in his behalf any spirituous vinous or malt liquor or any coin of the realm It further provides that after he has received the nomination shall swear as before in open court that he has not used any liquors or money to secure the nomination If this plan can be made to work says Winchester Democrat we see no reason why the coming of the millen ium should be long delayed Mr E B Nugent who was a wen known dry goods merchant is dead Many Indians are dying in the Wes tern reservation of smallpox and the disease is spreading It is reported that the Republic Iron and Steel Company will erect a 3000000 plant near Birmingham Al abama The McKinley Memorial Associa tion proposes to raise 1500000 by popular subscription for the erection a marble monument at Canton It is stated that scores of Italians have been discharged from the silk mills in Paterson N J since the as sassination of President McKinley H L Huddleston a clerk in the War Department in Washington has been arrested on the charge of cashing Government warrant made out favor of Lieut Charles H Morrow Somerset Ky The committee to select a location for the Masonic home for aged Ma sons has decided upon Shelbyville provided 2000 is donated as agreed to buy the farm selected upon which the buildings will be erected There was a pitched battle between striking miners and guards in Chris tian county and trouble between im ported from the South and striking white men is reported at Providence Webster county The State Auditor has sent out no tice to the life insurance companies doing business in Kentucky that the State Board of Valuation and Assess will meet Friday to determine the value of the franchises of each company State Superintendent of Prisons Collins has given orders that Czolgosz the murderer of McKinley while in the Auburn prison awaiting electro must not be seen by visitors Guards and other employes of the informed that divulging any information concerning him or his doings will be considered as a grave breach of discipline and will be dealt with accordingly That is exr actly the way to treat such creatures The making of heroes out ofcriminals t has had much to do in increasing crime Let it be known that they be denied privileges and mention and criminally inclined people w ill restrain themselve I f j t 1 I during entitled payment 10 Twill table headwaiter Succe dig bit 1100000 oJ inS erit priSon will 6 j t I f measure statute Tra will county ooeo aoee oaoa negroes i were all pub R D of er its lu is MABKSBDEY- Mr Ben is convalescing Miss Jennie Pollard accompanied Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster is visiting at Halls Gap Ben Urton is quite sick with fever Miss Sallie Johnson of Burgin is visiting friends here Messrs M F Rout and John Royston went to Buckeye Sunday to hear Rev W M KuykendallMad ams J I Hamilton Ben Hughes and Margaret Naylor of Lancaster spent Thursday with Mrs Margaret Sutton Mr Nixon Perkins is confined room again Madams T I and Fannie Pollard and Miss Sal lie Herring have returned from a pleasant VIsIt to Hustonville Mr J Haselden and wife and Madams M Hughes and Katharine Aldridge of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs A D Hughes Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson are visiting in Lincoln Misses Geqrgie Dunn and Lizzie spent Saturday in Danville Alex Durham bought of Jim Leav ell a good horse for 50 Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the use of an arm and side After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost en R McDonald Man Logan county W Va Several other very remarkable cures of partial have been effected by the use 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 girl gives up a lot of ice cream and and theater tickets in exchange for a husband Women and Jewels Jewels candy flowers is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow 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 purchase them If a woman will risk health to get a coveted gem then her fortify herself against the insidu ous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Boschees German Syrup It will promptly arrest consumption In early stages and heal the affected and bronchial tubes and drive dread disease from the system It not a cureall but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all bron chial troubles You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Al 6m A girl may not think a certain young man is good enough for her but she always considers him too good for any other girl THE OLDTIME CIRCUS SHOW These here circuses we see Aint the sort that used to be Great big wonderful affairs Keeps us scatterin our stares Long the strung out row o rings Trying to see all the things Till our rubbernecks gits sore As a bile an every pore Sweatin plum from head to feet From excitement and the beat An our eyes gits tangled so theyre swappin places go Rullin up an down the tent o in bewilderment Tryin to see it all till they Git right in each others way Leave the tent plum certain we Havent seen the half by gee An around the town sneak Lookin cross eyed for a week Give us them ol fashioned shows Seats apilin up in rows Round a single throwedup ring Where they showed us everything In a bunch an we could set Watchin em an never fret Thinkin there somethin we Wasnt goin to git to see Ol ringmaster to bring Of himself into the ring Dressed in Major Ginral clothes Trimmed with gold from head to toes Then hed crack his in the clown with funny grin to us Howdy folks Then begin acrackin jokes An wed laugh till tearsd rise Threatenin to drown our eyes From the eddicated hog Through the hull dern catalogue Clear to Mamsell Centipede On her bareback Rabian steed Jumpin through a hoop o fire They would show and tire Any of us rubbernecks Of the woman sex Aint no use o talking those Dura newstyle in gorgus shows Down the tent fur half a When it comes to rattlin1 sport O the satisfy in sort Jest aint in the game by With the shows o loner ago Ex yb Herring Simpson tirelycuredGeo paralysis manthat herr was whipan miler jot Woods this mouse i Seems Sort 1 used ying never manor o J 1 CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efct July 15 900 I J r STATIONS LTloalsTllle 830ara 600pm 1120am 845am 812am 550p Winchester 9 18pm 8 50am 630pm MtSterling 1225nu 935am 705pm 650am 340pm 1240nn 9 06pm STATIONS York I 8 00am 6 Philadelphia 10 20am 731pm 2 15p 11 7 S7am 28am 8 45pm ArLexlngtOB 7 00am ATlx mi luooiMUoop r I Through Trains ruB to ad Jrom New York Miss m dally except Saaday I For sleeping ear or u 1157 am 9 Philadelphia 1015 am 712am 410pm 550sm 212pa or c ri sasx o rra 7 sxsso rta Winchester QW AR19S11aix S s c i a F of The excitement incident to travel ing and change of food water often brings on diarrhoea and for this rea son no one should leave home without bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by R E McRobrts druggist 1m Love and a silver dollar are tested by the ring 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 Keep in the straight and narrow path and avoid the crowd W T 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 ung troubles F P Frisbie 1m Most women who angle for depend upon their curves C M Phelps Forestdale ITt 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 If the good didnt die young no one knows how bad they might be Lewis Ockerman Goshen Ind De Witts Little Early Risers never bend me double like other pills but do their work thoroughly and make me feel a boy Certain thorough gentle P Frisbie 1m Many a man falls all over himself in striving to get ahead of others When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to McRob erts drug store and get a free sample you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation 1m Unless a man has an occasional he is unable to enjoy an outing Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their lit ones it has saved Strikes at the of the trouble and draws out the inflammation The childrens favorite Cough Cure F P Frisbie 1m Every time a wise man obstacle he makes a stepping stone it DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in removing all from the liver and bowels Small and easy to take Never gripe or distress F P Frisbie 1m and compliments LiverTablets encounters- an impurities I like inning Knights of- ytbias t Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J W SVEENEY C C G B S BEAZLEY JQ fe DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain aXU with Vitalized Air In Danville street oppo its Presbyterian church Stock Crop c PUBLIC SALE I will sell at auction at my place one mile north of Paint Lick Ky on Thursday Oct 17th 1901 beginning at10 oclock in the morning following property 2 olds also several aged Mules 10 head of harness and saddle Horses 30 fresh Milk Cows all bred to Hereford hull 1 thoroughbred Regis tered Hereford 15 stack ofTimo thy Hay crop of Corn shucked in thefield also Fodder large lot ofFarming Implements all to be sold without reserveFor particulars call on R E Sallee Danville Ky Terms made known on day of sale MRS E H BALLARD CAPITAL 5000000 BANK SURPLUS Jio oooot LANCASTER ABDZHXT President JNO E STORMED Vice President 8 C DKNNT CashIer J F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr B T EMBKY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stonnes Kinnaird visiting SWINE BROAD KR S W the Rookont BnUdln AT Sand Stallion KyT2HB NATIONAL t j f 1 KY WH I4l3t OF S t THE SUCCESS OF Dr Jos Hass Hoq and Poultry Retried has been that 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 farther and every dose is effective You can make no mistake with this reliable remedy Prices 25 lb cans 1250 half cans packages 250 125 sects See that the dealers name with of Jos Haas signature is on each can and package and the seal not broken or we will not guarantee it genuine Buy The Best When You Buy Stock Food 20th Century Stock Food is 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 25 and 50 cts per package and 25 Ib bags 350 20th Century Poultry Food s the greatest egg producer on the marketkeeps fowls healthy cholera roup and all poultry diseases Price 25C per package Send for circular For sale by Lancaster Grocery Co Lancaster Ky AN AGENT WANTED A Fine Opening for a Good Man WHEN WORKING FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE You neednt introduce the Company introduces you There you have it You neednt take a minute or a word to prove where The Mutual stands or what it stands for The whole world knows its masterful leadership as you know it yourself But there are some things that you may not know DO YOU KNOW That The Mutual Life is especially helpful to agents policiesThatThat The Mutual Life gives the higest guarantees That The Mutual Life has policies that meet every requirement of investment as well as of protection That The Mutual Life is stronger than the United States Gov ernment its funds on January 1St 1901 being by 35640000 than the net funds ofthe Government includ the 150000000 of the gold reserve That The Mutual Life has nearly 150000000 more cash funds than the combined capital ofthe Bank of England Bank ofFrance Bank of Russia and Imperial Bank ofGermany Look into these things Take nb ones sayso but investigate The more you look and the better posted you become the clearer will the preeminence of The Mutual Life appear The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York RICHARD A McCURDY President Is the largest and strongest life insurance companyiu the world 325753152IncomeInsurance and Annnities in Force 1141479888 A gentleman of and high character is desired to repre this great company at Lancaster such a man a liberal contract be given to BISCOE HTNDMAN General Agent KY in 650 better Companythe 290107072FundS facsimile prevents just it sent f OPERA HOUSE MUSIC BY LANCASTER ORCHESTRA MISS ELISA J LUSK Chmn Reserved Seats 35cts General Admission 25cts Seats on sale at Stormes Drug x PROGRAMME MUSIC Alaineda 7 rNanme Rogers y MUSIC j Execution of jAndre Rozella i llyattsville MUSIC v- rCollege Oil Cans ft Ida Ray T Buckeye MUSIC A Womans Vengeance Bessie Doty Manse MUSIC So Was Edna Antioch MUSIC TI7 The Sioux Daughter V Ruby Scott 7 if Bryantsville MUSIC The Maniac Mabel StoneMUSIC An Elopement in SeventyFive Sarah Ledford Walkers School House MUSIC v Sandys Romance Lillian Poor Buena Vista MUSIC Cora Hurt Lowell MUSIC PRESENTATION OF PRIZES First Prize A Gold Watch Second Prize A Gold Ring Handsomest flillinery 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 52 Z S Z 2 2 MORNING SESSION 930 FIRST PERIOD a America Association b Scripture Readings Rev J E Wolfor c Prayer Rev A R Moore d Review of Visitations and Suggestions Miss Eiisa Lust Co Supt e The Speers Method in Numbers Illustrated Miss Annie Royston f RECESS a Chorus v Graded School Girls b Biographyand Geography in History K F Postel c Essay A Nine Months Public chool ys A Five Months Term School Miss Eliza Smith d Recitation T M McRoberts e Address The Best System of Higher Education for America Dr Wm C Roberts Pres College Danville Intermission Free Lunch served toxall Teachers and Visitors AFTERNOON SESSION 115 FIRST PERIOD a Quartette i Greeting Graded b Principles of Special Importance in Arithmetic Grinstead Superintendent City Schools Danville c Music in the Public Schools Miss Jayne Shumate Paper Mrs F P Frisbie Round Table Discussions 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 gram is up of the talent in our State and Garrard county teachers can not afford to be absent Come to stayvall day and come prepared to take an active part ELISA LUSK County Superintendent Prest j H PATTERSON Vice Prest j j i j i Jti 4 inMai I SCU t nca ter October i fji c Store Pfr oo Point Leii veIl 2 i Ji i 4 oo 5 I I r r Chiefs 8 9 e JO fjj c iFf Superintendent of Miss Lettie SchoolGIrls WC e e e c ft r I j J 1 l CONTT COMMO OOL CQTT Friday 211 T 71 1 Gu11e T a L 7 E 1LE1 1 p g LOCAL TME Mixed panes Lancaster Ul5Aii Nortkbnd Mixed p v PaMgr 352 A 8omthV d iaa8Aii Life for the equilibrist often in the balance Some women take up music for the purpose of beating time 8o n bud 61 CI 335 II CI 01 II 4 ci North bnd 4 hans 1 Queen Crescent PASSES DANVILLI NORTHBOUND 10 Dally except Sunday 609 am6 l33pmNumber 4 Daily Does Not NnmberS stops when Sagged 414pm SOUTH BOUND Not Stop ii42nm A practical joke is manages to dodge the waste basket TimeCard Number a m Number latC wilenflaged l46amNumber 11 12 amNumber 9 NnmberS that i D 5 DaIly Daily except 7s j jt PUBLIC SALE V Having sold my farm 1 will on THTJISDAY OCTOBER 24th 1901 at 10 oclock a m expose to public sale at my residence near Marcellus Garrard county Ky the following property towit One mare and mule colt one 4yearold mare by Ashland Wilkes several xjther horses 3 work mules two 2yearold mules 3 registered shorthorn heifers young Marys 1 shorthorn bull al so one shorthorn hull calf everal yearlings also several milk cows 40 head of sheep sows and pigs shoats and some fat hogs 175 bales timothy hay about 22 acres hemp 6 acres to bacco 25 acres of corn fodder 1 4horse over head Taylor horse powers and Dix Cutting Box one surrey harness one Studebaker farm wagon one corn crusher two breaking plows cultivator doubleshovels cutting harrow fertilizer wheat corn planter mowing machine cider mill stalding box blacksmith tools forge roller and other tools etc J W FLOWERS Marcellus Ky I M DUNN Auct It DRAINAGE OF MARSHES Simple Method That Him Hccu Sue ceagfully Tried nt the Wiscoiisiu Experiment Station In ITolland it is no unusual thing to drain niarshos by means of windmills A nry large area of lowlands is in that country kept free from water by the incessant action of pumps worked by windmills In some cases the canals are very longhand are utilized 03 the assistance of a succession of these engines At the end of one canal will be a windmill the duty of which is to pump the water into another canal just a little higher than the first That canal carries the water to an othar also ended by a dam with a windmill The process is continued till the water falls at last into a canal that lakes it to the At the Wisconsin experiment sta tion there has been a somewhat system in operation for a fluiD ber of years A piece of land several acres in extent formerly covered with wirer being below the level of Hake Mendota The authorities at the station ran a dike across the part of the swamp near the lake and dug a ditch on the lake side as well as on the land side Near the middlo of this dike a sump was dug A sump is a reservoir for holding drainage water Into this sump ditches drain the water from swamp Between the sump and dike a windmill was erected rind pumping connect ions placed The plan worked and still works to perfection The windmill easily keeps the water drained out of the sump and into the sump the swamp drains itself nat urally Prof Henry told the writer that he was warned not to attempt the reclamation of this land Opponents of the scheme argued that if the water were once pumped out of the slimp it would quickly seep back again from the lake that in fact this seepage would be so extensive along the hun dreds that it would render his work But lie knew better having beforc him time example of like operations in other countries The event proved the method right There has been practically no seepage and for much of time time the windmill is idle natural processes of taking care of flU surpIu water Last week when the writer visited the sump the windmill was still and the ground was dry while only a little distance away the waves of Take Men beat on the soil The scheme has in It great possibilities and is applicable where land is high in price Moreover mad is frequent ly very rich in plant food In addition the Irrigation of such land in a drought is requiring only a controllable siphon from the lake Farmers Review I HANDY WAGON RACK has Been in Half a Century on One Farm and In Still Con Midercd Excellent The cut shows a hay and grain wagon rack which was constructed more than 50 years ago by my father Thomas Atkeson I have never seen one like it except on that farm which I now use and cultivate The lumber bill is as follows Two ash scantlings 4x5 inches 14 feet long 4 pieces 2xl2 ys feet long cut in a curved piece as shown in cut so as to be 4x2 Inches four 1x3 15 feet long The structure should be put together with screw f i tc rc sent similar as the of ft C1f futile dot a Pee t e evaporation certainly such USEFUL WAGON RACK bolts of proper length A little study of the cut will enable any man handy with tools it It has the of being level the length of both sides with a tendency of the load toward the center After many years of use I am sure no better rack has ever been constructed T C At keson in Orange Judd Farmer The kisses of kousot rose Stolen from them wills they sleep BEAVTIFVL ROSES to make fun a advantage 5 beautiful women and nature collects th reduces it to thatessence of perfect per tame roses and perfect children An essential oil for the reduction of womens fragrance is and are OTHERS FRIEND It a liniment for external ise on the breast region of the careful use throughout mans figure will remain fect The seemingly crushed and dainty maternity will mature into the rose again The extracted will be a perfect child blessed with the vigor health colorand perfume mother I her almost an exact of her own will tell of the bloom I andover the encratl ve the woo roe Its beside period of essence of rose face One 1 fall A treatise on Motherhood altod freel Sb k h r 1l h bottle mJIA1Mcs Mum HANDY ARRANGEMENT How to Operate u Pump by Wind mr mace from Mill It often happens one wishes to a pump by wind power when the pump is at a distance from the windmill Sometimes the pump is at the foot of a hill while the mill must be placed at the top or two pumps could often be worked by one wind mill if there was any way of motion from one to the other It is a matter of little trouble and expense to construct an for this purpose Get a black smith to make a device shown at a which is to take the place of the usual pump handle The device b which is somewhat similar to a is bolted on a post at the windmill in Power Innll Is Some Dl Operate transmitting arrangement WINDMILL AND PUMP such manner as to have the recipro cal motion of the mill to it The two devices are connected to each other by wires fastened in the holes in ends of each arm The mo tion of b at the windmill tower is therefore communicated to a on the pump standard which may be at any distance from the windmill The holes in each device can be two feet apart When wires are to be run an extra long distance or over very uneven ground antI other obstacles they are supported by posts on which are bolted movable arms similar to a or b By using long posts the wires can be raised out of the way Another excellent device is shown The crank or handle c on one end rod or the shaft takes the place pf the pump handle while d on the other end of the shaft receives the motion from the mill The rod on which these two contrivances are placed can be of almost any length Where it is not possible to run it from the mill to the pump it can be joined by means of a universal joint and run around or over any ob stacle This joint is shown at e and consists of two shafts or arms each terminating in a semicircle and con nected by means of a cross upon which each semicircle is hinged When pne shaft is turned either to the right or left the other shaft turns in the same direction Any good blacksmith will be able to make it The material used in the rod con necting pump to mill can be either pnehalf or oneinch iron or common Inch gas pipe Farm antI Home NOT GENERALLY KNOWN Less of the Hot Perform the of Discharge Pipe for All Sorts of Waste Matter The hogs legs perform a function pot knpwn to nny other animal and that is an escape pipe pr pipes for the tjficharge Qf waste matter or sweat pot used in economy of the body These escape pipes are situated upon the inside of the legs above and below the knees in the fore Igs and above the gamble joints in the hind legs but in the latter they are very small and the functions are light Upon the in side of the fore legs they are always active so that moisture is always there about and below these orifices or ducts in the health hog The holes in the legs and breathing in the hog are his principal and only means of ejecting an excess of heat above nor mal and when very warm the hog open the mouth and breathe through channel as well as the nostrilsThe can perspire through all the pores of its body same as a man and cattle do the same to a limited ex tent but the hog never His escape yalves are confined to the orifices upon the inside pf his legs People often wonder why it is that the hollies so suddenly when he runs rapidly or takes quick and violent exercise by fighting But when you consider time few escape pipes their small capacity and remptenesfi from the cavity where the heat is generated the wonder is that he does not die quickly when over heated American Swineherd Disposing of Dead Animals Time bodies of lead fon verted into fertilizer by some farmers but something depends circum stances as to the advisability of so dp ing If an animal dies of some disease and buried the earthworms will bring to the surfape the germs of the disease This fact was demonstrated by Pasteur the fa mous French chemist who madetests jn that direction Disease wits municated to animals that ate grass Which grew oyer the body of a buried animal The better plan is to consume the bodies of diseased animals or them to of sulphuric acid After death in order Vo destroy the germs of disease The expenses and receipts from an imals are unknown to some farmers It is estimated that it requires four acres to keep a cow and the value of the laud as rent should be charged against her ns so much which she must pay before her milk will give a profit On the other side a cow will leave about 1Q worth of manure on time four acres which should be deducted from the rent charges When strict accounts are kept of ail expenses the farmers will then kn which animals are paying Mid which are not evea r he direct Function the win that are contagious i sub- Ject bath U to eOlRtl expense i 1 i 1 1 11 Ef about animals upon coin rt Pas Keep a BAD C0HPLEXIli The skin is the seat of an almost end less variety of diseases They are known by names but are all due to the tame cause acid and other poisons in the blood that irritate and the proper action of the skin a smooth soft skin free from all eruptions the blood must be healthy Time many preparations of arsenic and the number of face powders and lotions generally manently the blotches and the red disfiguring pimples Eternal vatgilassco is the ppioo of a beautiful complexionw- hen such remedies relied on Mr II T Shqbe 2704 Lucas Avenue SL Iouis was afflicted for years with a disfiguring eruption on her face which all She was taken to two celebrated health springs but received no to disappear A dozen bottles cured her completely aud her skin perfectly smooth is now years not a sign of the embarrassing d e has ever returned S S S is a tive unfailing cure for the worst forms troubles It is the of al b d purifiers and the only one blood makes complexions rates the old and makes new rich blood that nourishes the body and keeps the skin active and healthy and condition to perform its part towards carrying off the body If you have Eczema Tetter Acne Salt Rheum Psoriasis ot your skin is rough and pimply send for our book on and and write our about case No charge for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA KNEW THE JUDGES VOICE Anal Refused to the Turtle When lie Answered the Telephone Justice Jerome of New York sat in his room adjoining the court of special sessions the other afternoon Between cigarettes puffs he was par rying the question of a half dozen inquisitive reporters when time tele phone bell began ringing vigorously reports the Times of that city In the absence of his clerk and secretary the justice thought it not beneath his dignity to play telephone boy anti this is the onesided conver sation that convulsed the newspaper men with laughter This is Justice Jerome What do you want A short pause No it is not the clerk it is the justice himsiAf What do you want Spit it out Humph Not the justice say Well I was when I got out of bed this morning and looked in the guess I havent changed my iden tity since then You want the jus tice you say Well you have him now fire away Oh you say you know the justice well and that this isnt his voice Well who the deuce am I then Sonic fresh office boy eh Well I cant waste any more time on you And up went time receiver with a bang HJ suppose I ought to have that fel low whoever he is arrested for con tempt in calling the court a liar and a fresh office boy said the judge with mock dignity as he resumed his interrupted conversation with the fr iA BLOOD kept upforar benefit Many were prescribed but with out result until e decided to S S S and the time the first ottle finished the I t 1 guaranteed fi go physicians n lIce ou glass- I I I Mo rnedknes ssas eruption scventen Bad S4 5 whatever reporters New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE Pacific Coast In effect Sunday May 10 The new train will leave St Louis at a m daily Evening train to same points 1010 p mj daily Double daily Only line wjtpout change of sleeping oar to San Francisco Excur sion tickets now on sale For further information address K G MATTHEWS Taryeljiig Puss Agent Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Ensure with the fa lift Life Insurance Co and the Insurance Co G JRSwiuebroadAgt ORGANIZED 1893 Capital Surplus Fund 50OOO ibOOO souomo- Oarfal and Prompt j K Hieennonux B F HUDBOH W Q GD WAUUB Freddea TlcePrMideat Cuiet AaalBfint Cash Bookkeep DIBKCTOR- SJKHiaaiRBOTHAV Liwia Y LBAYUI TlAjut i X HOMO 9 service 1 Continl al lire 1 4 ate LJlWJS bYe e ii 4 e CITAfflhL BAN BUUNS YjIATzLL 4 I Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale withus Ve will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages 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 the prop alaeady listed with us LANDHAM L DAVIDSG No 1 louse ami Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway 3 vanuidas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the vayof outbuildings barn bnggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice yonns orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything Is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lqtf in Lancaster This Property is Cheap und will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front aud 3i feet deep or ti5 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid build ing site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town iu short a desirable location In every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item TO feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or lil feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in ex cellent neighborhood building she good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Ilaee Much of the laud lets been iu grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of goqd tobacca or hemp land the rest is ich and productive failing water and tencing in good repair Laud has been well treated 1J story box house I rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 9 House and Lot in Danville Ky ill Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 4 17 feet deep Nice residences are building nil around this property iu this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 458 Acres in Polleys OJend ofKentucky River Ju about 4 miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach oichard Groom twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildiugs Laud In 1olleysBend is fast increasing iu value No 19 Farm Containing 312 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Bryantsrille and About SJ4 miles from Lancaster All good house is 2 high 6 rooms two tenant houses good barn ice house ery and all other necessary out buildings are on the place to church school and well fitted for stock raising No 20 Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles from Carters rifle in Garrard county And of a mile from Copper Crock SO 01 SHI ju gratis corn and tobocco laud watered by pools and creek iiever fait under good house containing 8 room with Luck and front and sulphur well at door 2 barns stock cud tobac co latter otivlOxlti Church within 1 mile of residence owl school within of a mile A money making farm nicely situated No 7 14 600 Acres oJ Coal and Timber Land in Pulaskif About 35 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River ou the Ciuuiuuat Southern Railroad This land Js rich In Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon It No 13 House and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell KentuckyT- wo story frame house containing 5 rooms hallways Ill necessary out buildings Place In good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan castei So 2 hen house property larrnul goodfence acres gooa COUlltyJtK I r upper j sever county 2 lower No 0 Farm of 00 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Rcckcastle line All bottom laud level and productive never failing stock water l story log house and allnecessary outbuildings 1osstisfon given April 1st 1901 lrIce within the reach Of men of moderate means No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan yule Avenue and 198 feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and arranged In every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside aud outside stairways rooms large and house wel ventilated House hasbeen lately remodeled and extensively im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike balance iindei cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is In good repair House1 stories containing Tsorch awl latticed porches good cistern ood boxed log barn und good outbuildings Vary flue large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A line farm of moderate size House and Lot Situated in the City of Lancaster s the property lately owned by Mrs A E Car penter Good house and near Graded School Examine the premises and call and get our No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hull varanda bandsomely finished insIde and conveniently con and all other convenient outbuildings Lot id 100 feet front 117 feet in depth nice stable lotand large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 16 Farm of 30 Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences in the Blue Grass Region with SO acres Of fertile laud attached situated at Logans in Jessa mine county Ky a miles front Xicholosville on a good turnpike and near railtoad 5 room cottage house maguincieut barn and every kind o convenient outbuildings good water No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in tiarrard 1 mile from Liwsons school house J milefrom Good Hope Baptist church acres under cultivation balance in grass good pasture laud under good fence and watered by never failing spins and ponds 12 acres in orchardin fruiting prime best varieties in all kindsof fruit Good story cottage house nicely finished and conveniently arranged with a storeroom ft x20 feet adjoining it Post ollieu known as Flatwoods is kept at the store awlIs an excellent location for a country store A good place for a coming merchant to make money and make it fast No 5 Farm of 86 Acres on the Sugar Creek Pi e 2 miles from Lancaster 53 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown in omits and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or laud brings fine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit lug whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn ice house and all outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want fox It after property whendesired splendidgr1S 6 rooms neartheprice offixtures fordoctor f l hem necessary conveniently For particulars write to or call on R t Davidson R Louis iandrani LawOillce over Storihes stores Central Record further f office I