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TWELFTH YEIR Entered at the Post Office inLancaster JTy as Second Class Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCT 31 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 0 0 P t utttt LANDRAM t c aw Ihtoth xuzala as We have the largest and best line of HEATING STOVES We have ever carried and they go at BOTTOM PRICES Call see them and you will find bargains J aselden J A Funeral Directors R ro Beazley Co 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 p 2 THE HOME NEWS if t F Come in and vote then go home The polls open Tuesdayatsix oclock a m instead of as of old A splendid new saddle and bridle forsale cheap at Arnolds livery table Come in Tuesday vote and go home Then you are certain to get into no trouble The stores close at 7 oclock in order that all may attend the meeting at the methodist church Old booze very much in evidence Monday many of the boys surround jog more than they could manage The last 150 excursion of the sea son was run to Cincinnati Sunday and many took advantage of the low rate Educational ballots for the race can be had at this office 150 for one dollar Sympathy For Bro Rock THE RECORD extends sympathy to Editor Rock of the Richmond Regis ter on the death of his father who died last week The hoodlum element was largely in the majority here Monday some tough looking customers as one ever sees being on hand to pull the legs of candidates meeting Postponed The meeting of the Ladies Cemete ry Committee has been postponed from next Monday to Monday week on account of the election Water Scarce Quite a number of cisterns in town have gone dry and drinking water is being hauled from springs in tne coun try and is costing twentyfive cents a barrel Coins On The Road Harris Mastodon Minstrels an organization composes of local colored boys will start on the road next week They will take the Reentown band and Manager Harris says they are well fixed for the show business A Treat In Store Do not fail to see Side Tracked at the opera house on Thursday night Nov 7th It will be a good place to meet after the election and forget your sorrows over defeat or express your joy over victory town r r rv seven was o- as f CLOAKS AND FURS You should not fail to see our line of Cloaks and Furs before you buy We have the largest stock we have ever shown and prices are very reasonable mm um in Ladies Ribbed Fleeced Vests at 20 and 25cts GOOD VALUES- in Ladies Union Suits at 25 35 and 50c Misses and Childrens Union Suits at 25 35 and 50 cents Our line of Outing Flannels 5 8 and 1 Oc are the best we ever had The great volume of our preparations and our engagement for the fall of 1901 enables us to care for the wants of our customers in a manner not equaled in demonstrate the fact that HERE IS LEADERSHIP in style and prices named throughout the house that are un questioned LEan Dry Goods Co CJC c 15 importance h h 2 t c L wi Q Q I 3 Q Q r 4 p extensive c t Q Q 1 Q Q 0 Q 0 Another Paper At MtVernon The Kentucky Colonel formerly published at Livingston has been by Mr W B Hudson and moved to Mt Vernon It is republi can in politics and is filled with local and general news Cartwrigltt Goes North H P Cartwright who was con nected with TIlE RECORD for a num ber of years has accepted a position in Bay City Mich and has charge of the mechanical department of a large printing house He has resided in Lexington since leaving Lancaster Side Tracked One of the most popular attractions on the road will be at the Opera House on Thursday night Nov 7th In several towns this season the troupe has had packed houses and people failed to even get standing room moves to Lancaster Mr W K Shugars who has been residing in Lincoln for some time has returned to Lancaster and taken a position in Frisbies drug store He was with C C J E Stormes for many years and is a splendid man Mr and Mrs Shugars have rooms at the Mason hotel No Services Sunday As the pastor Rev J E Wolford is engaged in a protracted meeting at Dry Run naar Georgetown and in or der to give way to the protracted meeting at the Methodist church there will be no services at the Bap tist church next Sunday morning or evening Should Be Done Here IIarrodsburg 40 of our best farmers have issued notices in this paper that they will prosecute violators of the trespass law They have been forced into this on account of the wanton carelessness of hunters and pilferers They are resolute and prosecution is sure to follow meeting The revival Tuesday night at the Methodist church The evange list Rev Jno P Lowry of Little Rock Ark is assisting the He is a man of wonderful resources and has a splendid presence is netic in address and a chorister of great fame If he cant get people to sing they have very little music in their soul Services overt day at 10 a m and 7 p m Court Day An immense crowd of people came to town Monday The merchants re port a good trade thoughthe warm weather gave heavy goods quite a backset There were probably 500 cattle on the market which Mr G A Swinebrord tells us changed hands at from 2J to 3i cents The candidates were in hot water all day the old float being much in evidence While there was much drinking yet there was no disorder save the running in of two country plain drunks Rev J E Wolford Accepts At last Sundays services at the lo cal Baptist church Rev J E Wol ford announced that he would accept the call extended by the church for another year and remain with them He was engaged indefinitely when he first came to Lancaster but the call was extended at the end of his first year merely as a compliment Mr Wolford is hardworking earnest minister and is doing much good for his church THE RECORD is glad he has decided to remain with us The Small Tax Payers Winchester Democrat Some in this city have an idea and are heart less enough to give expression to it that the small tax payer should not be considered in this election Their contention is that if the heavy taxpay ers are content to pay the highest rate the smaller tax payers should do it without making wry fa ces We take a different view We know there is no escape for the small tax payers Their property is assess ed at its full value and they must pay their taxes in fun while this is not always the case with richer men Stock Items From Lincoln Sam Harris sold to Weil 70 export at 5Jcts T L sold to same a carload of cattle 1250 to 1500 Ibs at 5cts The Isaiah White sale was well attended Long year R50 at M link brought 24 head milk cows 18 to 3550 heifer 950 to 11 per head sheep 150 to 3290 per head horses from 49 to 75 mules 65 to 85 corn 250 bbl at heap At the Boot and Carter the farm was with drawn at 4990 an acre mules brought 80 to 100 cows 17 to 35 yearling cattle 2375 steer 10 tp 15 corn 8237 at heap hogs 520 sboats 4 to 450 hay clover mixed 35 to 50 cents iDr Owsley sold the Goins 500 iacreg at 6Q lore viTe recently 155 per acre for im k purchased Hack prescription DemocratAbout began past r ma pos- sIble averaging some year f l j J S trespassing link The sold calves sale calves 8 arm pe aid a 4t 3 r y Garrard County Bible Society The annual meeting of the above society will be held in the church Lancaster the second in November at 730 oclock p m As there is important business to be transacted THE RECORD is asked to give this early announcement that all interested will bear in mind the date andattend the meeting 2t A Card To the Voters of Lancaster Since the party lines have not been drawn in the race for police judgeand as this is not a political office 1 ask the sup port of all classes and parties in that race I have always favored the illumination and the moral im provement of man regardless of race color or previous condition 1 claim to have some conception of justice and if 1 should have the honor to be your police judge I will dispense it nUke to all classes I have acted in the capacity of judge and justice of the peace Having been a licensed lawyer for ten years I have some knowledge of the rules which should be observed in the production of and the application of the law Voters in the city are qualified as those in tne precincts of the county The city vote will be taken on a sepa rate ballot With malace toward none and good wishes for all I urge my friends to remember to put the cross under the horse and rider Ve ry Respectfully M D HUGHES Lancaster men Frankfort special says amended articles of incorporation increasing the amount of capital stock of the Cumberland and Nashville Railroad Company and announcing a proposed extension of its line were filed here in the office of the Secretary of State and the Railroad Commission The increase of capital is from 10000 to 22000 and the extension is from Burnside Pulaski county to the Ten nessee line The extension is to be gin at or near the town of Burnside and running through the counties of Pulaski Wayne and Clinton passing through the cities of Monticello and Albany to a point on the State line between Kentucky and Tennessee southwest from Albany a distance of about fortyfive miles The who get an increased amount of stock by amendment are S Wood ard Of Morrow Ohio Guy W Waller n of Cincinnati Judge James Denton of Somerset L F Rubble J M Lo gan W H Kinnaird and G M Pat terson all of Lancaster Garrard coun ty Y M C A Meeting The Young Mens Sunday last Sunday was very Two services were held one at 230 p m for men men only and the other at 7 p m to which all were in vited Mr Lake one of the traveling secretaries for the state Y M C A the mens meeting ably and effectively on Jesus as a Young Man he who tempted in all points like as we are yet At the union service Mr Smith the county secretary of Shelby Y M C A told of his work in that county and Mr Lake closed with a few strong words on the work Both meetings were well attended and all present seemed much interested A few years ago a Y M C A organiza tion was attempted in Lancaster and failed thro attempting too much at once But we understand that before winter is over an organization will be formed in a more discreet manner The state Y M C A will assist and the work will embrace not Lancaster alone but Garrard county We have every reason to believe the men who are heading this movement and from the spirit and feeling which shows itself among men that this movement will succeed The Contest Tle opera house was well filled evening with people from all over A the county to witness the contest the pupils of the different schools Each representative had her friends in the audience who applauded her but when the decision was announced there no and the successful ones were congratulated heartily The first prize a gold watch was won by Miss Lillian Poore of Buena Vista and the second prize a gold ring was awarded to Miss Edna Kavanaugh of school The recitationswere all good young lady receiving many compliments The meeting was presided over by Miss Elisa J Lusk who made a timely talk in re gard to the schools of the county The music by the local orchestra was liberally from which we the people were pleased Miss Amanda Anderson who got up the entertainment is entitled to much praise its As stated above a large crowd was present but thee re ceipts just about paid the cost of such an is much greater than one would suppose and this being in the interest of the should have been liberally patronized by every lover of education good schools More Local on page 3 Presbyterian Monday mental Interested- A today the observed ad dressed earnestly was without sin from Friday between enthusiastically murmuring Antioch each applauded suppose for nsea I r J I J evidence stockholders successful was success Thee entertainment schools and 4 yt n A Hot Election While the local election is ing much interest in Garrard there another on in the city of Cincinnati that is of vastly more interest to the people of Lancaster and Garrard than the question of who are to fill the local offices We refer to the of extension of the lease of the Queen Crescent route by the Railway The writer was in the other day and took to make many inquiries as to the outcome of the vote We found that the largest shippers of the city were against it teeth and toe nail saying that the road under the present discriminated against the city in matter of rates and Louisville and other northern cities feed on the fat of the land while Cincinnati caught it in the neck On the other hand a great many business men citizens are for the lease claiming that the city can not the road and are bound to grant the lease to the Southern people Ev ery one we approached said he was in doubt as to the outcome as every in the city had taken sides one way or the other and there was no telling how an election would go es peclally in Cincinnati They all agreed that if the city did not grant the lease the building of the BurginJellico would be commenced within the next month or so Asked as to whether it would be built if the lease was granted they said it would cer tainly be built some time but it several years before it would be done We talked to a prominent man and he said he didnt the lease would go through as the merchants had it in for the Southern because it was an fact that the Southern discrimina ted against Cincinnati in the matter of rates and gave that citys old Louisville the best end of every thing that came up He said the Southern by hauling to Louisville frequently got to hauJ stuff on to the northern where if brought to Cincinnati they got no more show He said that he had looked into the matter and could not see why the Southern should a moment on beginning as it was the best shortest and cheapest route they could ever hope to get to the South and he said they will have to either build it or double track the C Sasthe one track can hardly accommodate 0Theand the result means much to our people When it is built it will by Lancaster and theres no use time talking about that point county question Southern Cincinnati occasion management and prominent operate voter maybe believe enemy hesitate construction thebusines wasting extension railroad indisputable aft ttom t ANNOUNCEMENTIsTO 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 I had not expected to again ask for the suffrage of my fellowcitizens but in view of the great number of electors regardless of their party 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 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 withthe 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 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 the close of the year was less than onethird barely more than onefourth of the amount of each and every successive levy for county purposes made since my retirement from that position And since the late decision of the Court of Appeals that the Court of the city of Lancaster no longer has jurisdiction to try whisky cases and with blind tigers not only flourishing throughout the county but with their Licenses all over the corporate limits of Lancaster actually boasting of their dispensing to your sons each and every week three barrels of whisky and over two thousand bottles of beer with the county attorney being practically the only safeguard to prevent their extending their sphere and running even wider open than now this office is of even greater than ever before to such of our parents as wish to protect their boys from this most vicious destructive influence and it well behooves them to make no mistake in selecting and deciding who shall hereaftersay whether this condition of things shall continue to exist With a high conception of the duties of this office with a higher of my to my own and my neighbors sons having stead lastly during the twentytwo years of my law practice refused to defend the keeper of a blind tiger nor in the thirtynine years of my existence taken a drink of whisky if honored again by your election to this high trust I pledge vou that whatever of experience ability or talent I may possess shall be exerted to so administer its important duties as to not only encourage and promote peace and good order and a strict obedience to the law throughout the county but also to prevent any and all illegitimate improper and 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 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 Aug19 tf W McC JOHNSTON affiliation reluctance thIs assaults 4 Government hereafter Importance conception unnecessary render expenses end obligation See our OVERCOATS We have the Smartest and Handsomest Overcoats that have appeared this season Theyre full of that Style and Dignity that come from the finest tailoring They have all the touches that give character to the appearance The First Tail ors in the Land cannot produce handsomer coats Youll know what this means when yousee the coats There is that puts them in a class of their own The combined skill of Cutter r and Tailor has brought out the points that you v ways find wanting in ordinary coats Thats whyV coats are not the kind you find in every stored 1 Prices from 5 to 15 H T Logan The OnePrice Clothier art Furnisher T M TiV L L r J f if 41 distinctiveness al A lour P J i i i y t t tt f c 0 i r z yof i S1ti Lw t ft 1 1 mf t 3v t cJf 4 f i r T T c ft it t r 1 41 I t F Cr rT L E J k- y k 1 Keep Out Wet Intcrlaed with oiled lafcric A luauisomc soppy water hoe at a low price Come in ud try it on A good investment lor tall wear Ward Sympson 1 t CENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Oct 31st 1901 IN an editorial in the Commoner W J Bryan says When God said Let there be light there was light and that was law and stars operate according to a law fixed by the Creator of all things man body operates on the lines of law and when this law is violated a penalty must be paid Many men have doubted and disputed the of a God but they have been made to realize that in spite of their disputations and their doubts there are natural laws which can not be vi olated with impunity So society must have laws and these laws will exist and be enforced in spite of the protests of those who oppose all law and all government Those who do not understand the law and even those who dispute the authority of the law are willing to take advantage of the law whenever they need pro tection When Emma Goldman and her fellow anarchists were placed un der arrest they were quick to call for a lawyer and ready to avail themselves of the guarantees of the government although m doing so they invoked the aid of the government which they had denounced WE have never had anything to say in regard to the trial of those for the murder of William Goeble as there was so much politics mixed in it an independent paper could not well meddle with it but we do want to say that the verdict of the jury at Georgetown last week was a peculiar conclusion There is abso lutely no middle ground in that case If the defendant was guilty he should have been hanged as high as Hayman and if innocent he should have been set free If there was enough evi dence to send a man to the peniten tiary for life he should especially in a case as black as the Goebel murder be made to pay the highest penalty Hanging is the dose for an assassin of the testimony and are not prepared to say whether Powers was guilty or innocent but a blind man can see that a middleground verdict does not fit in a crime like this But theres no what a jury will do these days CALVE the great singer got up be fore a Louisville audience and warbled a lot of Dutch Chinese or some other foreign stuff that nobody understood because the house wasnot brought down with applause she got her dan der up and refused to show at the next stand The people are getting tired of such demphoolishness these days If the noted vocalist had ren dered the Sewannee River Old Ken tucky Home or Cot Will S Hays pretty Mollie Darling the people would have known what she sing ing about We Reubens out the country never would bite grand opera rot and the only son the city folks go is because its the style They dont know more about whats being sung than a twoyearold tot If Mm Calve had pasted one to give the people the signal when to applaud the Lou isville audience would not have been so irresponsive talk of Hon Henry Wat terson iing the democratic candid ate for governor of Kentucky While we doubt exceedingly if Mr TT was ever consulted on the subject yet if be would say the word the people would take bodily and seat him in chair The cUwf of people want just such a mm UM if he would consent to ac Opt tb BO ination the people would There is a strong feeling I I The hu perfect existence indicted telling land was herein TIs executive better do the t1 The sunmoon plait r any would some rat i- y e ate t j among the decent people to take up such a man elect him and shove the burrtail element to the rear The writer is a republican but we will step over the line to say a word for such a man as Mr Watterson Should he be governor there would be no nol itics on Capitol Square during his and that is what the people want to see come to pass A PROMINENT banker in Ohio made aspeech to the Bankers Association in which he said that Wall Street in New York was No more than a gambling aggregation or less than a respectable financial clearing house Well who said it was anything else Theres nothing startling in this statement Everybody knows that such are only carried on by people who have more money than the gambler We have much more respect for the crapshooter for the latter is not ashamed to call his trade by its proper name THE Confederate Veterans of Ken tacky have resolved against the of conferring military titles upon men who had not won them in battle The old soldiers say and very so that veteran colonels and were outranked by these new creations and that the custom was confusing to history Only once in does the title of General attached to the burrtail but Colonel is tacked to little twoforacent politician in the country THE Interior Journal last week rounded out its first year under the management of clever Ed Walton There is no better paper than the and that Ed has been in his undertaking is very gratify ing news to his hundreds of friends over the state Personally we think as much of Ed Walton as if he were our own brother and there are many more people who stand in the same position JUDGE GOLDSMITH of Louisville decided that purse snatching is only larceny and becomes robbery only when great violence is used The conclusion is that the thief must spring upon the victim beat head into a jelly break all his bones tear him limb from limb or in the Ian guage of the city reporters killing him dead before enough is commit ted to send the thief to the pen THE Elks have formed a state and started in the right direction when they selected Mr Robert W Brown of the ville Times as president Mr is a man of splendid executive ability has a head of good horse sense possesses a heart as big as a two bushel feed basket If will only follow his advice it will prove agreat success AN insane farmer at Wis killed his wife nothing so about the kill ing the first three but the idea of a lunatic tackling his law isjsomething very siogular indeed IN advertising for recruits his army Uncle Sam says he un Hiarried and the Time is to say that is becausea11 the fight has been taken out of the married ones ITS a safe bet that when the negro Washington dined wit President Roosevelt the latter was thoughtful enough to have possum on the bill of fare the most tempting diet THE Democrat is thirty four years old and like good wine improves with age hoping continued good fortune James AN icecream trust is being in we presume to freeze out m d w is n Q administration speculations ordinary custom truthfully generals awhile become element every Interior successful K Louis the organization lather and There pt n enough i fOrmed Indiana i Ji JL his p association full l3eechwo in child remarkable even mother for want men LouisA this That s Bantus Cimchi ana Heres C s r 1 a in is in is JCo The Voters orWtirrurd County Who feel an intere ii material social and moral welfare of county prosperity Believing tiiatsober and men who opposed to perpetuation of the beversige4iquor traffic are equal ly as competent to manage other of county state or national policy as are drinking men or men who do not drink but favor the per petuation of the business that causes others to drink we are before you as candidates for office on the plain uni versaliy accepted proposition that the beverage liquor traffic is the greatest if not greater than all othersocial and political evils The Prohi itipnist holds and has held for more than a quarter of a century that the abolition of the legalized traffic in strong drink demands the withdrawal of right thinking men from the organizations that dominate politics of the country and their into a clean political party founded on righteous principles and committed to such action fh and execution of law as shan make the liquor traffic impossible For the accomplishment of this it first absolutely essential that the real and true friends of the cause should secede from the old political parties It is a sad but historical fact that the Republican party legislated our Federal Government into copartner ship with the liquor business for revenue purposes in 1862 and that every other political party that has existed since that time except the Prohibition party has endorsed that policy and persistently refused to that endorsement Hence there are today but two political or moral attitudes on the liquor question in the United States on one hand license with restrictions sufficient to enable the business to get a foot hold the greatest number of places pos sible endorsed by every political in existence except the Prohibition party And on the other hand the repeal of all license laws complete abolishment of the traffic every part of the United States and Territories and championed by the Prohibition party only The legalized liquor business is here today because our law makers Federal and have fortified it with a license law and it will remain here just as long as the people continue to elect the candidates of license parties It true that our county officers are not lawmakers but when promoted to positions of and honor as candidates of license parties they honor bound to endorse and aid in the election of license law makers Therefore we come before you as the only candidates in the county who oppose the perpetuation of the license liquor business with its vulture brood of attendant evils It is not a question of whether we have a chance of being elected this time or the next time but a question of right and duty Democrats do not vote the Republican ticket because the Republicans happen to be in majority nor do the Republicans the Democrat ticket on any such silly plea If all who agree with us in sentiment vote for us we shall be elected And if enough of those who agree with us in sentiment vote against us to defeat us the responsi bility is with them not with us or those who vote for us Jno Ison for Representative P S Terrill O T Wallace for No 1 Wm Christopher No 2 M Calico for Magistrate No 3 Electric Railway The projected electric car line from Lexington to Versailles is now set down as a fact The proposed route from Lexington by the Harrods burg turnpike to South Elkhorn thence from that point by the pike to where it Intersects another pike to Versailles This of all the electric lines discussed is by larger odds the most important in its traversing as it does sections of country that have more meager railroad facilities Another fact is that by this route it saves the expense of a direct line from to both Nicholasville and Ver sallies From South Elkhorn it will traverse the Harrodsburg pike a few until it intersects the pike from Versailles thence to Nicholasville Another great feeder to the road will be a branch from a point about eight from Lexington oq the line to Versailles which will extend into the ford county where the nearest facility is from six to eight miles The citizens all along the proposed lines the wealthiest of the and enthusiastic about the enterprise and subscribing liber waiting with abundant capital to and complete the at on early date Women and Jewel Jewels candy flowers man that is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often in the strenuous efforts to make or savethe to purchase them i a woman will risk her health et a cpveted gem then let tierjforttfy herself against the insidu ous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Boschees German Syrup Itwill promptly arrest consumption in its early stages and the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system ItIs not a cureall but it is a certain for coughs colds and all chial You can get reliable remedies at Greens Special Al n J G j I inthe ando are corrupt formation legislation organization endorsed trust tyJudge Military ramifications important Lexington rich Clover Bottom section of Wood railroad syndicate power Greens r Get J Y our men the all questions combined ti withdraw State force Magi forbiagistr miles miles Bluegrass are ruined money heal cure b troubles Dr maaac Y p L i1 to tare theo trot ate take von roes flirt f of tic is The campaign has developed several young orators in this community H D Aldridge bought ef D Swope a milk for 25 He sold to the same a calf Master Robert Moore while trying to shoot a chicken accidentally fell discharging his gun but fortunately he did not receive any injuries a powder burn and a bad scare A good attended the oyster given at the parsonage last Thursday night They cleared about 35 Mr and Mrs Robert Bettis of Bettis spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs James Speakes Mr Kennedy Thomas is quite sick with fever Misses Jennie and Sallie Swope spent Monday with Mrs T B Kemper at Lancaster Mr and Mrs J T Brodhead spent last week with rel atives here Miss Lee Hei ring ao companied by Mrs Vineyard left last Tuesday to enter school at George town of Cartersville candidate for superintendent of pub instruction visited Mrs Joe drickson last week and attended the oyster supper PAINT LICKI Ben McRoberts of Indiana shipped a car load of horses and jacks from here Mr J H Riddleburg of Nin Ray Virginia has been employed to run the mill here It will not be long now until some body will say I told you soif it hadnt been for this that and the other we would have been right Dr Ed Poyntz has been at Rich mond several days recuperating his health The doctor has been doing great deal of riding and he needs rest Mr John Smith has sold his farm of thirtytwo acres at Lowell to Mr Jess Parks for Several changed hands in this vicinity and the price of land is advancing every clay Mr J T Williams of Point Leave trying to make arrangements to open a coal and lumber yard here which would be a great convenience to the people and a money making business to Mr Williams Will Rucker who has been running the mill here for a number of years Monday to take a position on Railroad Will is a nice quiet gentleman and he had a host of friends here that regretted very much to see him leave While out hunting Will Gaffney and Courtney Robards accidentally shot Mr Mike Noe he was shot in the right side with a 22 caliber rifle the ball struck a fortunately he was not seriously hurt He march ed the boys to town and had them badly scared PBEACHERSVILLE bits G W King is suffering greatly with a sore leg J L and J B Hutchins sold a mare last week for 60 Mike Kennedy sold a mule to D M Anderson for 40 J J Thompson sold some hogs to S Morgan for ic Walter Warren sold 40 ewes to W P Grimes for 250 per head j F cook bought a nice mule colt from W P Grimes for 47 to the wife of Mr Wm Shaw a boy all are doing well B D Holtzclaw corn to Mrs Betsy Rigsby for 3 per barrel John Cress sold eight heifers to Sam Anderson for 1775 per head also six calves to Price Bros for per head Miss Fannie Cockrill who has been visiting in our town for some gone to Crab Orchard and taken rooms at the Beazley hotel where she will teach a class in music Mrs W H Brown and daughter Miss Hallie and Miss Ella Thompson were visiting at Stanford Monday Miss Addie Cummins was visiting her brother John at Crab Orchard B Edminston and family of Crab Orchard were visiting W H Cummins and family Sunday Miss Katie Payne has been visiting atRow lend for several days but returned home Sunday Mr Lute King and family of Hubble were visiting friends here Sunday Mr John Led ford and Miss Maggie Sowder were quietly married at the home of the brides mother Monday night 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 dont have to diet but 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 i Fortune smiles on the favored few and gives the rest of mankind the horselaugh Strlckea With Paralysis Henderson Grfmett of this place stricken with partial paralysis and completely lust th use of an arm side After being treated by an eminent physician quite a while wittiouti relief my wife recommended Pain Balm and after two bottles of is almost en tifelycured GepB McDonald Man Logan county W Va other very remarkable cures of partial pa ralysis have been by the use of this liniment It Js most widely tism sprains and bruises Sold by a 16 13 except coowd l Cherry- e Mrs Koehler Hens 2100 f haven rIb and Boon sold same 16 Saturday 0 kIiowo B L 4MAilliSBRY cow for supper e all arms left ti time1 D t can was and for Chamberlains at like Several effected howeveras acure for rheu dro gteti- 4t L its ma tai r YDU SAVE ZS per cent BY BUYING SECOND HAND SCHOOL BDDKS AT I t I I I MeROBERTS Y 1 Y T I t E W Baker sold to Mack Byrd old family mare for 25 Corn is selling here at bush el husked down in the field E W Baker who has been running Billy Wearens Sorghum factory clos ed out Saturday having made 31J2 gal Ions The first half mile of our new pike has been completed and is quite a credit to J S Rutherford the builder because of the surpassing quality of the work On the 2Gth inst quite a number of friends gathered at the home of Uncle Dave McCollum to join in celebrating his 73rd birthday and for one day at least all of them including Uncle Dave became young again The meeting which has been in progress at the Baptist church closed on Tuesday night The attendance throughout was good the preaching earnest and excellent and several themselves with the church E W Baker and wife went to caster Monday Richard at Lancaster on business from till Monday Miss Dooley daughter of S E Welch Jr of Bersa attended services here Sunday Miss Maggie Wallace organist at the M months on of typhoid fever i BRYANTS VILLE Corn sold at the sale of Mr John Flowers last Saturday at 255 per barrel I will have a new line of buggy robes by Saturday All wishing anything in that line will please call and see them J S ITaselden Bryantsville Jerome Sparks sold W Dunn of Bourne his farm for the boundary containing 100 acres It is said to be one of the most desirable places in this section Mrs Calvin Lane died of typhoid fever last Tuesday morning the 22 She leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss and a of and friends The remains were interred at Mt Olivet cemetery after funeral services by Rev L Robinson Leslie Anderson who is attending Central University spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother He is delighted with his school especially the law department Dr Sam Stead and family of Fortspring Wood ford county were the guests of his father lest week Mrs Sallie Welch is visiting her daughter Mrs Death erage in Richmond Mrs Lawrence of Kirksville isTisiting her daughter Mrs Bratton Mr Mote Robinson who has been sick quite a while we are glad is improving also Mrs Dicker man who had a sprained ankle and Miss Feazee are also improving Miss Frazee had her arm broken a few weeks ago by a horse kicking her Mrs Will Lear and a lady friend from Texas and a number of other friends spentThursday with MrsElizaBallard We were glad to have Bro Camp bell preach for us last Sunday in Rev Waldens absence Rev Jackson will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church next Sunday night Bro Garrison of Danville will preach atPleasant Grove next Sunday evening at three oclock TIio Turkey Industry 2 ow that the season of the here and yellow leaf is at hand and the of the fall and winter seasons draw on apace visions of good things and good cheer especially at and Christmas begin to agitate the minds of the people Itbas long been recognized as an established rule that on such occasions no feast is com plate indeed hardly tolerable with out roast turkey In this connection it is to Ke informed that the crop this year is considerably above the average in quantity and in quali ty there will be plenty to supply every table in the land Dealers are preparing for the slaughter and the stock will soon begin to Prices for the on foot are not likely to exceed the 6 cent mark to the increased production this year and the large surplus of cold stock left from last year Shipments to the eastern markets last year exceeded by nearly 100000 packages the shipments of the year before and it is estimated that there are in cold storage in Boston to 40000 packages the holders are trying to dispose of actual This have a tendency to decrease the demand for fresh stock and in addition the in in the production this year which is estimated at 60 to 70 is will beseen thatthere is little encouragement to expectliigh prices for turkeys this fall Winches Closing out our stock ofmiscelaneous books at cost J C Thompson 1 lVALLACErON 50c per united Lana Soper was Saturday aftert toJno 6500 relatives festivities Thanksgiving interesting turkey and owing storage over 35000 percent c nsideret it i t a account number man move birds now algae wli cost condition will when crease 4 t L t I chat t DRUG STORE II a a a 4 Do Witts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in removing all In purities from the liver and bowels Small and easy to take Never gripe or distress F Prrisbie lm Because you are better than theman you despise does not mean you are worse than those who despise you When wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to MeRob crts 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 lm True wit never gives birth to ill thoughts 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 likea boy Certain thorough gentle F P Frisbie lm Many a mans thirst is due to his lack of spirit Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at McRob erts drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than piUs Then their use is not followed by constipation as is often the case with pills Regular size 25c per box After a man reaches thirty he ceas es to believe in platonic friendships C M Phelps Forestclale 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 lm A Mississippi mob made a bonfire of a negro and the coroners jury a verdict of overcome by the heat W T Wesson Gholsonville Va druggist writes Your One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction My customers say it is the best renie dy for coughs colds throat and ung troubles F P Frisbie lm It seldom rains alike on the just and the unjust because the latter swipe the umbrellas of the former 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 lm The man who has too much regard for the feelings of his neighbors would undoubtedly get mad if he knew what the aforesaid neighbors thought of his weakness The excitement incident to travel ing and change of toed and water often brings on diarrhoea and for this no one should leave home without bottle of Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by R E McRobrts druggist 1m When a man has the will power be able to insist upon a girls singing second song when her first one drove him wild he has the will power to become President if he wants it A Typical South African Store O 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 the near est 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 is almost out of the question Within one mile of my store is perhaps sixty Ot 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 Little Room Big Bargains Our line of Ladies and Gentlemens SHOES are at s tracting many buyers All new makes and materials BUMETTCO Shoes and Furnishings Store formerly occuppied by Miss Sallie Tillett 281m E ROBINSON Attorney At law LANCASTER KY opeytoloan at Spjer cent on real I l I you drug store returned reason Cholera t nearly proverbial Chamberlains the population Remedy Bf c ii c I state ss Xk t DR R GOLDSTEIif m 1 j w in EYE SPECIALIST OF LOUISVILLE KY LANCASTER KY AT MASON HOTEL Saturday NOT 9 One Day Only Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5 pm Home Office 11C West Burnett Louisville Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results Price 50can4l LargeslzecontalnsSWtlmea Prepared by E C OcWITT A CO Chicago JOHN Civil EXGIXEEI Lancaster Ky COUNTY STJIIVEYOK All business promptly attended to ilcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSOX Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT 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 SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms I r I small size Book all aboutdyspepslamailedtNe T LAW avenue n JOHtSSIONr ai Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short in best possible manner Prices range from 88 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUlBE Lancaster Stone Yards Near 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 AetiaQneei s Palatine National v Hartford t- GermaM American Pfcembc of Brooklyn Milwaukee MerckaHtai New York Underwriters Liverpool Io on Glebe Nortk Britisk Merekamtild AetiMelBCiifHirttiiiCiu L N J o o ReDlSflntin FolloJin eoDames v II j noticed t COIl I rI c f JJ tiSfP jii fil 1f iLO f8 i r r a L eZSier I1oWhereg the Home PEOPLE ooo oo Are constanaly adding new goods to their stock and each week show you somthing entirely new and novel Dont fail to see their Hats before purchasing They take pleasure in showing goods can yp 0 0 Have Visited Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye is visiting Miss Pearl Ross Miss Maggie Tomlinson entertained at cards Tuesday evening Mrs H Blankenship of St Charles Mo is the guest of relatives Mrs Theodore Moran of London the guest of friends in this city Mrs D M Lackey has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Hon R C Warren and wife of were visitors in this city Mon day Mrs R A Burnside has been visiting her daughter Mrs Wm Lackey of McCreary Prof Winfrey and charming wife of Stanford visited Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconer Saturday Miss Mary Folger and brother of have been visiting Miss Bella and Allie Arnold Misses Ella Barker and Dixie Kern per of Danville were here Saturday to the Teachers Association Mrs Durham and son Mrs Wesley of Middlesburg are guests of Dr and Mrs J S Wesley Richmond avenue Mr R H Batson Misses Stella Hus ton and Bessie Batson visited Mr and Mrs John Murphy Saturday and Carlisle Mercury Mr Sam Harris of Louisville was here from Saturday until Monday with his brother Harris Mrs J E Handibo and two little daughters who have been visiting here have returned to her home in El Passo Texas Mrs Will Hays of Cincinnati was called here to the bedside of her broth er Mr Robert Hamilton who is in a critical condition Little Frances and Mary Handibo who have spent the summer with LueConnhome in El Passo Texas Capt E W Lillard and handsome son of Danville were here Monday and honored THE RECORD with a call Capt Lillard is making the Danville News a warm number and the paper is gaining in popularity every day Jesse Alverson represented theStan v ford Journal Monday He knows howC to hustle about through the crowd and although he has only been solic sting for a short time knows almost as many people as Ed Walton which is saying a great deal Lexington Leader Among the smaller parties of the week just past was an informal home luncheon given by Miss Gena Dunlap for Miss Bertha Burnside of Lancaster and others Mr Richard Webb of East Hickman announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Bessie Webb and Mr Robert Simpson Walker of Nicholas vile The marriage will be celebrated quietly at the home of the bride the middle of November Miss Webb will be remembered here as a pupil of our school and the popular guest of Mrs John Farra Her many friends Stanford Sunday W H I is T r t 0 p ares frc wish her happiness and success Mr G S Gaines and wife of Dan yule were here Monday Mrs J W Grant has been visiting friends in Crab Orchard B H Fox of Middlesboro has been here a few days with relatives Mr Louis has returned from several days visit to Cincinnati Mrs Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard visiting her son Dr W S Beazley Reid and wife Mrs George Bruce of Danville has been visiting her parents Judge Eph Brown and wife Mr John N Teater and wife of Buckeye were visitors at W B Jarvis day last week Mrs Luther Foley of Lex are guests of Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Mr and Mrs W T May of were visitors at the home of W B Jar vis the latter part of last week Dr Louis McMurtry of Louisville and Mr Wm Price of Danville Mrs Martha Frisbie Saturday DMr Millard West of Washington D c is expected home Saturday to visit his mother Mrs Jennie West Mr Andrew Hemphill of Nicholas ville was the guest of Judge J C Hemphill from Wednesday to Sunday Miss Bertha Burnside returned home Saturday from a delightful vis A nine pound baby boy came to the home of Jas L Jarvis the 23rd the Mesdames J R Rice of Danville and Will Henry of Mt Sterling are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Steve Owsley Mrs D M Lackey entertained at tea Saturday evening Dr Louis McMur try of Louisville and Mr Wm C Price of Danville Col J Ed Bruce of Stanford was to describe how hot the election in Lincoln was it would melt the type The many friends of W O Dunlap glad to know that he has returned afurloughwith the U S Regulars Mr Yates Hudson of Marcellus was among the court day visitors and paid this office a pleasant call Mr Hudson was orderly sergeant of the famous company F the old Louisville which organization captured first prizes all over the country He Garrards most substan tial farmers but loves to talk sol dier yet Mt Vernon Signal A H Bastin the telephone magnate was in Liv ingston preparing to put in an ex change at that place Mr Pul lins of Garrard county has been here this week looking out a location Mr and Mrs W T Short left Monday for Richmond where they will make their home temporarily We regret very much to see this most excellent isis Lexington lone visited Lexington Winslow traders Legion now one ot D C i Gill and Roll are Prescription Filling is Our Specialty Our facilities for filling them are un equalled We use the double checking sys tern in manner mistakes are almost im pOSSible A bottle bearing our label is a guaran absOluteaccuracy and purity Those which require an exceptional w amount of care and skill are the kind we es or pecially liketo get You will find our pricesv right We use only the best be 2 Leading teeof l 7 t lio T i c 7 this r t are JE1SBIES DRUGSTO Bee w RJI 54 in for tbat but It family leave our town but trust that the change will be beneficial to Mrs still continues in very poor health I ADDITIONAL LOCAL See the bed comforts at Joseph Chicken feed for sale at Sons Bring us your work and we will please you Saddles and cost at RO mans Elmore Just received one car of Cypress Shingles B G Ward Our 10 suits a bid your trade H T We have heavy fleeced white gray and tan J Joseph There isnt a swell dresser in town too swell for our new suits You get rebate stamps for all re nair work at W J See how cheap our of winter Horse shoeing and all of work Dy G W Ball at W DIRe Grass Seed for Sale I have a lot of extra good blue grass seed for sale Wm Cook 917 tf We will save one to dollars on buggy harness ElmoreUi Cabbage at 2c per lb or 135 per barrel bananas lOc per dozen R A Stone It is true our 10 suits do not make the man but they help like thunder H T Logan 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 We have a beautiful line of portieres Use Japalac on all wood work floors and furniture makes work look new Fresh clean eggs 15cts per J Joseph Thompson Lace curtains in beautiful designs from the cheapest to the best at Joy sephs Carpets and rugs in newest bright est and best patterns The prices are right too J Joseph No hoax but a fact 10 will buy a suit made to your measure J C Hemphill Shoes handsome line at prices that appeal very forcibly to sound reason See them J shades J Joseph I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling R M West We have an exceptionally pretty line of gloves this Fall and ask you to take a look at them They are beau ties The best set of teeth in the world 750 Dr Hobson dentist at Garrard Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf B A Stone will sell you 18lbs of its granulated sugar for coffee at 9iou per barrel German Millet We are in the market and will pay the highest cash price for same H A B Marksbury Son Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son Found brass door key on Stanford street Sundaynight Owner can have same by applying at THE RECORD of fice and paying for this notice It For Sale Lime in bulk and Barrels Knawha Salt Straight Creek Jellico New Diamond Coal H B N Dr Goldstein the optician he will be at the Mason hotel Lancaster Saturday Nov 9 for one day only Be sure and see him 2t It is something unusual to make a ter firstclass merchanttailor suit for JULOr I will do this for you if you your measure you have not yet selected your cloak or cape call and see the hand some at Josephs the Lancas Ser Sale A very desirable house and lot on Danville street formerly owned by JElmore Address J N Robinson J E Robinson Lancaster tf We have some beautiful furs at the selected with great care and we can them JJose winter suits at readym eprices aid Iwould glad to others in the same are Xj if svute y rv yjB n S in t lore 12 a n x by as Mil to ute tie mers r Shortwho job brldl make strong ti T Logan Eggs I HB North s n buggy robes ans fro four- S Roma Lots for sale at 750 10 Lo assorted colors You should s them l i Joseph corduroys J Joseph Richmond 100 lOc per package and salt at Seeding writessun to i1 J C Hemp very lowest prices in tows They were you all the jl I J 4 1 0 F est has j max fr Marks SG at Log doze r Roma line are R S Eli kind Ro y u 85 rah leave They inter shop latt styles caveserve J C e r k bury mans cote re r a Get the profit Ian The tickets good The taxes shades If you you took the out every trains there Miss and within penalty phone always lowest try Coal mill Sutton sume firm Marc taste Ion will over both The cloths most tent her and your oak fencing boxing and framing material directly from us at mill without the middlemans W P Walden Co The finest gold tills 150 75cts Dr Hobson dentist At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf in a position to serve my cloth ing customers better than ever before so I would be glad to have my old customers take advantage of it j J C Rates to Pan L N will sell roundtrip to the PanAmerican Exposi Lion each Tuesday Thursday and Sat Of the present month at 1005 for five days Final Notice penalty will be added to town the first of next month The law will be ridgidley enforced Pay the next few days and save the S D Turner Col Our house is full of new furniture carpets mattings Wallpaper window pictures and picture frames are a lover of beauty and style can be pleased at our store Withers Furniture Co Stanford We desire to call especial attention our line of ladies underwear We great pains in selecting them this seasonand have beyond all prettiest and best line in central Kentucky J If your teeth have ached or getting it pay YOU to see Dr dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them At Garrard Hotel Lancaster second Monday tf Call Alex Miller If you want to catch the night or day ones either call Alex Millers bus and he will have you on time A small fee is Youwent get left if you send him call OC24tf Stenography and Typewriting Lenna Hobbs is prepared to stenographic work and typewriting will be glad to wait upon anyone desiring that kind of work Her charges are fifteen and twentyfive cents a page Call up Central tele office Telephone Rings Hells Hello Hello the Mill Yes What about that feed ordered Well what about the pay Receiver is hung up Notice Coal Consumers Pure Jellico and Blue Gem Coals on hand and for sale at the cash price We solicit your patronage and will make it a point to to please you Give us a trial yard at S T Leavers planing J T Williams Ijan02 Notice of Dissolution The firm of Sutton Jenkins has mutual consent been dissolved retiring from the business The firm of Jenkins Marksbury as all the indebtedness of the old and will collect all outstanding accounts due same All those knowing themselves indebted to the firm will come forward at once and settle same the business must be closed up ofSutton Jenkins Ky Oct 28th 1901 3t Short The woman who believes that good in dress depends as much upon conformity to occasion as to fash will never be without a welltail ored short skirt in her wardrobe She wear it for shopping for travel and if she is a woman engaged in business she will wear it always in business hours It is uncleanly if nothing more to allow a dress to drag pavements and in stores and ungraceful and difficult to lift it trailing tailormade skirt is an imPortant feature of every womans wardrobe but it is reserved for call lug the club and the matinee The Brown and black will be seen frequently on the street though and blue are used to some ex Helen Marshall in the Novem Womans Home Companion Back lot Style When the daily toil is over and the is going down you are ready then read the news thats going on in town If miss toe weekly heres a hint twill make you smile perhaps youll find it on your daugh for the bustles back in style When you wash your face in soapsuds youre looking for a towel while the is in eyes and you start swear and howl wipe face your sleeves and remember all the while that the towel is hard to lo cat since the bustles back in style Now there is no use getting angry Sunday shirt is missing and youve nothing to wear your hard wear a smile and remember when you miss things that the bustles back In style Mothers praise One Min I Cough Cure for the sufferings it J ones it has saved Strikes at the root of the trouble and draws out the inflammation Thechildrens favorite Cough Cure PFrisbie imK The cpuntjr authorities of Bourbon taking steps toward rebuilding court v r lit RiCh- mond Low forurday onto loose will Hob- son charged WellIs skirts costumes are E you paper your upon and it does if your to look pleasant do your everywhere lives of theIr ql A aural Hem s d Leap S richer of smooth green soap your no good to swear new try relieved and the thehouse r V x gum hill guilt Y faced best The view sibly room or is gUSt the yOu I tion that me larly pepsi will CHINAMEN COOL Celemtlal Never Appear Suffer treat Heat 1m Searching Chinamen may be deficient in many things according to our point of but when it comes to keeping cool in hot weather they have us beaten to standstill Even the hottest day in midsummer it is a rare thing to see a Chinaman per spiring or displaying any evidence that he is uncomfortably warm Of course his flowing garments allow ing a free and untrammeled circula tion of air have a good bit to do with this says the Philadelphia Record but that isnt all Speaking of this a Sixth district policeman whose beat embraces Chinatown said the other dayA Chink doesnt feel the heat he drinks so much hot tea The hotter the weather is the hotter he drinks his tea Its just like taking warm weather than a cold bath Chi namen though never bathe at all in hot weather Then too they never eat meat of any kind during a torrid spell not even yokamai But I dare say the fact that they dont under stand thermometers has as much to How Ru ia Presents Riot Riots and disturbances are prac tically unknown in all the vast em pire of the czar stretching as it does in an unbroken line from the Baltic to the Pacific The reason for this is the says Pearsons Magazine The distributes the troops in such a way that they have nothing in are no Tartar compatriots the Poles of miles from home purely Russian are stationed in Poland Caucasia any other district that might pos cause the government trouble My terle of the Soil The mysteries locked up in the soil cen are applyingthemselves to the problems Chemists botanists biologists andgeologists all find in this quarter enough for their labors And the farmer has need of all this kind of help he can get To nearly every cultivator of the soil today as in thepast the thing he cultivates is an un known factor He knows it is sandy clayey wet or dry rich or poor BrainFood Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food needed for brain another for and still another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but it will sustain every other part Yet good your food may be its is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or their coming by taking regular doses of Greens Au Flower the favorite medicine of healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac 6m Tom Brown a sixteenyearold boy London Ky was given a life today for the murder of Mrs Maggie Nealman had long suffered from indiges A LeDeis Cedar City Like others i tried many prep arations but never found anything me until I took Kodo Dyspepsia Cure One bottle A friend who had suffered simi I put on the use of Kodol J8 He is gaining fast and soon work Before he Frisbie 1m The One Sure Way to provide a fund for your main tenance in old age or the sup I port of the dependent onesyoull leave when you die is through LIFE INSURANCE Dont you realize that this is JJB chance Look into the 3 PER CENT GOLD ENDOWMENT BONDS or the new PERFJEC SJ TION POLICY of The Mutual Life Insurance Company District AgtLnca terKT fc CBEeK Jr Special Agt State Bank Co Building Richmond Ky r J r a on because refreshing theynever population J TartarsPetersburgstadtthousands and the Finland- or plainYear ono beginning muscles however nutriment prevent sentence writes G did good cureds a Cure be able to indigestionhad your only of Kentucky DAVIDSON I I ALWAYS Weather government authorities big E Trust BBAZLY TMtk nctnMM4 wttkmt Mia rLL E i Air fl J naY J f tesses e NURSERIES Fall 19O1 BLUE X GRASS e Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines small fruits asparagus and ev ery thing for orchard lawn and garden We sell direct at right pri ces to the planter and have no agents Gener al catalogue on applica tion Both phones H F HILLERMEYER LEXINGTON KY I Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights iting Knights are fraternally J W SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S IHIIIL BANK Fridaynight BI invited 43 CAPITAL 5000000 t r OF SURPLUS ie ooeoet LANCASTER KY Preildent- JHOK Vice C Dun Cutler F ST EMBBT MSt Caaar DIRECTORS W H Einnalrd I K DUllY Bro President- S ROBINSON DennyA S IA Js I Book keepe I I LOCAL THE TABLES A t 4ftsLti Somthfcna Mixed pm LiPCMt r llU5Aii Northbnd Mixed 335rKNorthbnd Paugr S A K Southbad 1238 A Queen Crescent Time Card DAltVIIiB NOKTH BOVMD Number 10 Dally except Sanday mNumber 6 iSsnNumber 4 Does Not Number stops when flagged 4U4piS SOUTH BODKB Number 1 stops when flawed Number ir 60 II PAl U 1146 amNumber 1112 111 Number Daily 7M pm mm a2 u N n mDally Sto p except Sunday 4 OHIO lailwaj Time in 151900 I ePet July H APHIS ZASrEO STATIONS LvLonla ville Winchester MtSterllnjf NewYort Philadelphia 830am 1120am 1157am 1225nn 1240nn 650 am 1015 am 845am91Spm 05pm 9 OSpm 6 43p340p m 850am 925am 812am 550pm630pm STATIONS WEST O T= Winchester ArLexington LvNewYork Washington jfOOam 12am Sam S 12am u OOam 1020am215pm 7 7 731pm1110pm 510pm800pm 4 550am622am 700am 212pm 245pm330pm Through Trains run to and from New York Other trains run dally InformationwriteLKTINOTOK Kr 8O YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADe MAIMS DESIGNJ COPYKMMTS C Amyeae tending ketch tad dMectytfam our opinion InTcnUon la probably alatton of any MUattCe loarnal Toar month 9L Bold byall M BOBda q MIlan nee- MSdtltlflc JIltrkaL1 aBctolBl a iiIInBeIa P 1 eat Oonmunlct for ecringwest o Pwau roagn vas etstmite Lathe nlrrttatd et ear lllo iCRthlssta THE American CompanyINCORPORATED 00ReserveAmount Paid Coupon Holders 300000 00 Address all correspondence to Home Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKYGood terms to firstclass agents THE SUCCESS OF Dr Ins Hass Hog and Penury has with been that in all cases it is to be depended upon It will arrest and this reliable remedy Prices 25 Ib cans 1250 half cans 650packages 250 125 Sorts See that the dealers name with facsim Buy The Best When You Buy Stock Food 20th Century Stock Food 20th Century Poultry Food the greatest egg producer on the marketkeeps fowls healthy pre Lancaster Grocery Co Lancaster Ey Handsomest Millinery Ever shown in Lancaster Correct styles Low Prices and see the pretty hats Sallie D Tillett mnf nm ii mm m m m m m m m IffWWflfflff Iff Iff IffIffIffWWW Wt The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lostby VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but 1 ittle- EL KINNAIRD itgoesnotbroken betterpackageand packageSend Call mlUJllUlWlllUlulII ln 11 j n r q JFJn1cj Ji Ir In only two of the past 16 years have hogs been as high as they are now Nixon Perkins bought of William Todd a fine mule colt Price paid 100 For once the Ben Davis apple is a short crop but unfortunately other varieties are no better Late potatoes are turning ut a lit tIe better than was feared but still the is ven short Nixon Perkins sold to Gibbs Bros 70 head of nice feeders for 321666 also 18 head to Eubanks Miller for 56525 A good farmerdown in Brecklnridge county estimates that he is getting L50 a bushel for his corn by selling his hogs at 7c a pound Buyers are engaging the turkey crop in Central Kentucky at 6c per Ib Many flocks have been greatly deple ted by limber neck and other diseases Cvnthiana Times Corn buyers at TSicholasville arc 325 per barrel for the new crop When shrinkage is taken into consideration it is estimated that this price will represent over 4 a barrel The jarrow wood which grows in Australia is almost the only kind known to the lumbermen which resists the depredations of insects Not an insect will touch it Peaches now thus the season is coming to a close are advancing in price and sell in this market at from 2JC to 40c a peck or a Apples are not plenty and bring from a bushel according to quality Corn sold in the shock at a sale in Fayette Js estimated to have been from 350 to 4 per barrel Oats in the sheaf seld at an estimate of 14 per ton and Hungarian hay at an esti mrte of per ton The lowest put on hogs was 6c to 7c We learn the fly is laying her eggs on wheat sown as late as the 21st of September The weather has been so warm that it egg laying season was entirely over some time ago but this proves not to have been the case The fields not sown till October wjll have the best of escaping the fly this fall at least If the sod in the orchard is too tough and not desirable to plow it turn the pigs in and give them free range They will always find to root for and the result will be that they wll break up the sod and benefit the trees At the same time the hogs will secure a portion of their food and keep in a thrifty condition The Chicago Chronicle says Food products of every kind are about to undergo another marked advance in prices The meat market is affected because packers have discovered an unusual falling off in the supply of steers and other cattle With an demand for pork and poul try the supply men say short age of beef will be felt equally in oth er meat lines JeoLBrown is cutting a crop of 75 acres of hemp on ground from which he harvested a good crop of wheat a few months ago After the rains which followed the harvest the hemp came up thickly and the late fall has allowed it to ripen He is cutting it with a machine and has to cut above the wheat stubble which will lose considerable lint He intends to save both lint which with the wheat will make three crops from the same land this season President Roosevelt purchased last week three handsome highstepping coach horses for his private use in Washngton The horses which will draw the Presidents carriage arc so closely matched in size color form and style of going that any two of them make a pair They are blooded bays 16 hands high with jet black legs manes and tails long thorough bred necks and a bloQdlike look about them all over They are trotting bred and were raised in Kentucky Export figures of farm products for the past nine months should be to those farmers who like to see our foreign trade expanding The vol ume of business is the largest on and exceeds the previous record year of 1898 by 10000000 It is esti mated that the value of the farm pro ducts exported this year will exceed 500000000 This is a splendid show ing for our agriculturists and empha sizes the fact that our foreign trade is constantly growing We are raising the stuff that the rest of the world needs and jrlif export than ever when ancient prejudices are worn away G6NERA N6WS The Grand Lodge Knights of Pyth las voted to next The state convention of the T7pm ans Christian1 Temperance tJnbn will convene in ParJs Friday eveningf No vember 1 and continue day the 5th TIle reunion will be held in the Methodist church Jack M Eussell one of the soldiers of Company I Ninth Ihfaniry seri ously ounded irithe fightwith bolo Baugojou on October 16 is cijftzen of Hopkinsville by birth engaged in law and journalism yQFiiffiS F I I r a i r 1 inr crop offering effectively 80c bushel 72c to L5O 12 estimate was l1oped the prospect something extraordinary thatthe Winchester theseed and gratifying record more y r year men near Dew at wlfG ij e CD 8 tift tit hd jh1 iitutt t t S UhIsISSISSp SUISSp I4wu isiii ics heat as LOST TREASURE FOUND Mono Sent to General Btirjtrbync in 1777 Recovered from Lake Champlain Ten thousand Hiiglish sovereigns after lying for nearly a century and a quarter in an Told hulk at the bottom of East bay Lake Champlain have been recovered and are now deposited in the Allen national bank in Fair haven says a dispatch to the Chicago Inter Ocean For many years there had been a tradition in this part of the state that at the bottom of East bay near Carvers falls was a sunken boat containing a large amount of English gold with which it was intend ed to pay off the troops of Gen Bur gone in 1777 The gold was shipped from Quebec in a small sloop and guard of ten men the expedition being the command of one Capt It was intended to deliver the money to Burgoyne as his men almost in a state of mutiny because they had not been paid The vessel was attacked by Americans scuttled and the crew killed A civil engineer who drew the and superintended the construction of the big dam at Carvers falls for an electric power station concluded that ue would investigate Taking with him about 30 men he changed the course of the stream and then with pick and shovel soon had one side of the sloop free A charge of dynamite broke up the hull The timbers were found in good condition In the cabin was found considerable glass and other ware 15 muskets much the worse for their long and other minor articles An old iron chest was found in the room When opened it was found to contain 10000 sovereigns CANINE TASTE FOR CHEESE Tl e Assertion Is Made TIuil Oosrn Do dogs like cheese Well I should say exclaimed a waiter in a lunch cafe reports the Philadelphia Record I imagine that dogs prefer cheese to any other food that is I didnt know this myself two or three months ago Then one afternoon a man happened in here with a very nice fox terrier and I tossed thin animal a lump of cheese from a plate which a pieeater had just abandoned Oh he wont eat said the owner of the dog Very likely not said I But by that time the terrier had hopped with a grunt of joy on the morsel and he swallowed it with such a blissful look as I never saw on a dogs face before And would you believe next bright and early that fox terrier came in here alone and ran to me and looked up in my face wagging his tail I thought I knew what he but to make sure I threw him a bit of meat lie turned away from it in disgust Then I threw him a bit of cheese and he was happy He hung around two days His owner located him at last and took him home Ill keep of cheese on hand for him hereafter said the owner or otherwise I know that hell return to you again GREAT BETS IN HISTORY Borne of the Largest Wnerers of IVliIcli TJiere I Any Existing Record Lord George Bentinck in 1S43 in on his horse Gaper for the Derby stood to win 150000 720000 but saved himself upon Cornerstone and netted 30000 144000 says the New York Herald Another time a bet of 90000 432 000 against 30000 144000 was booked between old Lord Glasgow and Lord George Bentinek The marquis of Hastings bet and Jost 103000 494000 on the Hermits Derby Bell Co of Wall street in August 1900 had 250000 placed in their hands to bet on President McKinleys tion at odds of 2 to 1 Their offer was absorbed in fractions Lord Dudley bet 24000 to 8000 on Peter in a race at Ascot with a book maker named Morris Peter was beaten A syndicate headed by a man named Lambert won 90000 on Don Juan in the at Newmarket in SOME HOUSEHOLD HINTS Radical Methods of Dealing ri I Certain Domestic Diflicultlea That Never Fail To remove ink stains from carpet burn the carpet Light is essential to health also to the of stock To rejuvenate ancient butter turn it over to the soapgrease If you would never have tainted fish order nothing but salt pork Jf shutters are removed during the afternoon they will not slam at night A splendid thing for mosquitoes is fat man who isnt troubled with in comma deposit hot ashes in a wood en vessel Ask the government to lend you an ironclad Kever use kerosene to kindle a fire A loud ofkiridling wood is much cheaper than a funeral To prevent preserves from molding place them on the top shelf of a closet and give the key to a small i Great CkicIccK Fnrmn Thcre great chicken farms in Virginia The land down in the Old Dominion is become so poor that it will not grow crops so they are go ing into the poultry business Salem Ilivington and Eivcrtoa have immense poultry farms itHR SyifPATHYi Seeks lint the ScnRlbtlltlea and Emotions lInt the Mini and the wiii It has been said that nothing shows tKe quality of a man 6 mfoch the source to which he turns for comfort It is equally true that nothing shows ones estimate of an other more than sort of comfort one offers him This is shown in the different persons deal with a the hurt exclaims over it caresses I is ut I I Is withcrew under Johnson immersion captains refer It tu Kind of Food going till that itthe morning wanted It betting i reel Ces rewitch 18 owners gas man K boo are BESt 2 ti a the Way is hurt One talks i i H i M t 4 we pla any Oilier stock cc 83 ever halt ild that ab r44 V and pities Ano flier vapparently the hurt makes light of it and seeks at to occupy the child with spmetliing vclsc until forgets his pain and laughter takes the place of tears Often the would hardly think of his hurt not his mind fixed on it by supposed S3mpathy But that is the sympathy which seeks to spare not so much the suffering of the hurt as the suffering of thinking about it and the emotional disturb ance and nervous weakening which come from cries and complaints and fears That is the truest sympathy which feels for the child not simply as now the smart of a burn pr a sting or a cut but as one who is sure to meet much suffering in the world and whose success and happiness depend largely upon his being able to rise above it or apply himself to other things in spite of it Axjittle girl bad to be taken to surgeoii for a brief but painful oper ation The surgeon sought to re lime her fears by assuring her that it would not hurt much Distrusting him she turned to her who accompanied her asking Will it hurt grandpa Yes my child it will hurt badly was the reply Instantly she put out her arm and submitted to the Qperation without a murmur It false sympathy which prompted the surgeon to give the false assurance It was actual ly true sympathy which led the grandfather to declare the truth sympathy with her strength und courage True sympathy seeks not the sen sibilities and the emotions but the mind and the will It seeks the lat ent strength rather than the weakness Genuine sympathy suffers as often because another does not suffer as because he does That which moved Christs compassion was just that which the multitude realized and realixes the least Such sympathy seems sometimes to disregard the feelings of the sufferer Christ never does that lie remembers that we are dust also remembers that we are made in the image of God lie deals first not with the dust but with the image and the future that is involved in it lie with the present pain what ever it is but far more with the deeperlying self with all its poten of pain and joy its certain ties of toil and struggle and suffer ing its possibilities of achievement of triumph and of peace by con quest N Y Outlook THE BEST HELPFULNESS Too Much Effort Wasted viitli Others Clrcuins niitren When Only tlopcfiiliiuti Is Aecded There are a great many aged people in the world Even many of those who appear to be cheerful and confident are only whistling to keep up their courage If we could look behind the curtain we might be surprised at the actual conditions in which the lives of some of those whom we deem most are lived Like wise men and women they do not wear their hearts upon their sleeves for claws to But suppression of heartache does not make it any eas icr to hear For this reason those who radiate from their personalities good cheer and encouragement and hopefulness do about as much good in the world as falls to the average lot of people Especially is this true if their hopefulness is not merely the emanation of animal spirits but the product just and wholesome views of life and its possibilities Discouragement often arises from too narrow a view or from a perspective And when we meet with one who gives us the larger outlook and the saner courage takes the place of for boding Many a weak woman like the invalid wife of Wendell Phillips has done more for her husband by her serene and wholesome on his problems than any house wifely efficiency could have accom Far too much of our effort to help others wastes itself in med dling with their circumstances What they need more than money or having their work done for them is a sympathetic interpretation of their problems that shall arouse hopeful ness because it opens new vistas of possibilities Boston Watchman The Problem of Evil Big books have been written about the origin of evil but when we close the volumes we are not much the mystery than when we opened them Perhaps it is Gods business to know how evil came and our to see that evils go It is pot ours to deal with evil as a totality but God has given us power over sin gle concrete evils and if we cant kill all the snakes we eon now and then scotch a rattler If we cant abolish all weeds we can hoe our own garden patch ind sow good seed diid where the good seeds hold the ground it is a little harder for the weeds to get a footing and to bear DIGNITY OF FARMING or More Learned Calling Than That of Agriculture Within recent years it has come to be acknowledged that time vocation of the farmer isthe most dignified of all the sciences and as an art it is ex celled only by those of painting and architecture In its highest forms it the most learned of all professions A knowledge of geology and chemSs try and their relations to the soils lies at the very foundation oi agricultures The problems that arise from the complex nature of the soils and their origin require best thought of the best minds solve More educated young men should be farmers Agriculture opens field leading to influence and one too that is not filled to J repletion It holds forth the most j splendid promises to young men of ambition It is filled with liberaliz ing tendencies a noble conservation and the most healthful and invigorat ing influences The day is not far distant when agriculture will attract men of the largest Capacity Is disregards son undergoing thee grandfathers was manifest C but Ill sympathizes fortunate peckat of distorted judgment outlook nearer business neighbor 18 AU Is KoKotier I power I Ike t rf t j c ill l tin pli N i once cli wc trin hi 4 hities mint disco Un shed the World There semen fic theM ide i and I t Highest executive anility am u re gardcd greatest of all the pro fessions Let anyone who is familiar with what agriculture was a hundred years ago compare its condition same pro elevation and progress its followers in any other branch of human industry Many of those engaged in agriculture now are men of high elevation and broad reading Many of them have exten sive and valuable libraries and take numerous journals devoted to their business Agriculture moves in its own quiet dignified but irresisti ble way It has no booms so to speak but it gathers strength with each decade and with every accession of knowledge and forever be the most important branch of human in dustry and the greatest necessity for the human race If the young men who are tape and laces would surrender their work to the young girls who are seeking employment and turn their attention to the pursuits of ag rieulttire there would he less misery and more contentment in the land there would be more independence und less servility more men and creatures more happy wives with comfortable homes healthful chil dren and cheerful tempers A woman surrounded by all the active agerieies of a wellkept farm and living in a beautiful country home with and flowers and sweet has those environments that develop the sweetest graces and high est impulses of her nature and make her virtues shine resplendent above the world of frivolity and fashion She becomes a true woman the happiest of wives and the best of mothers Such a home and such a wife realize our highest ideals of human It is a home where intelli gence reigns ennobles work and work crowns intelligence with honor and profit A young man who is in search of an easy place with no responsibility will never be a master and wll never control others lie who select a vo cation because it is easy is alrsatty of feminate Southern Farm Magazine BLUE DAYS Are Mostly the Result of Starting Vroii and Come Most Frcuacntly EverybodA occasionally experiences what arc especially known to them selves as blue On these everything in existence seems to be a misfit and to go provokingly wrong but if then we but cooll3 and patiently sifted the situatio down to honest facts we would it was ourselves alone each and individually who deserved the blame for the dismal surrounding conditions or that we at least were If sonic people wake up cranky in the morning they are usually liable to make go wrong for particular day and will some times actually go about seeking to stub their toes or to have sonic innocent party they run against do it for them Some people map out their lives in a similar way bj starting therefore not holding themselves individually for their bad beginnings even our Lord Himself is frequently murmured at for their personal mis takes They are usually of a t3pe of people commonly known as chronic grumblers who luxuriate in troubles and mishaps provided they can lay the blame on somebody else and who would not go right and b happy if they really could The main trDuble with them is expecting too much sunshine for too little personal effort on their own part in life incentive to their constant seeking for troubles in life is that they too often for their own good others peace of mind find or willing listeners to their imaginary or selfimposed grievances They also belong to a vast class of Immunity wlro rely but little upon our heavenly Solacer and who event ually become uncompanionable cyn ics among otherwise cheerful Chris tian people Annie M Toohey in Christian Work INWARD PEACE Pauls Contentment Was Xot ference Toward OntwnrdCircum stances nut Something Uecncr When the Apostle I have learned In whatsover state I am therewith to be content he did not mean that outward circumstances were a matter of indifference to him for his letters constantly show the opposite lIe meant doubtless that the abiding sources of his peace and strength were not in outward things but in his own soul He could be disturbed by untoward happenings In one instance he was greatly cast down because he lacked the expected companionship of a friend and again he was elated because he enjo3ed that fellowship 2 Cor 213 and 2 Cor 76 The soul of mau is like GIRL FIGURES HOW MARRIED WOMEN MAY RETAIN THEM Besides comely to the extent of sweetness grace end symmetry often lose ns the her measuring fewer foundations evergreens 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pe culiar sense of elevation and strength The secret of it is that they have had their lives deepened or to change the figure they have found the eternal riches which are not dependent upon earthly markets Boston Wafclunnn GREAT AND GOOD THOUGHTS Success is serving the best truth we He who can suppress a moments anger may prevent a day of sorrow BulwerTruth give up her treasures to you when you give up your prejudices to her liams Horn lIe is great who can do what he vishes he is wise who wishes to do what he can Illand When tIme soul bows utterly to all dtitj known to it the yoke trans forms itself into a crown Joseph CookThe best portion of a good mans life is his little nameless unremem bered acts of kindness and love Wordsworth New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND TIlE Pacific Coast In effect Sunday May 10 The new train will leave Louis at 9 a m daily Evening train to same points p in daily Double daily sere vice line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco tickets now on sale For further information nddress K GT aiATTUKWS Turvoliiig Puss Agent Louisville Ky II C TOWKSKND Gcul Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis 3Io Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co and the Wscrital Fire Insurance Co G B SwineforoadAgt ORGANIZED 1833 S i knowWellspring vi 4 A f tf jat1 tJ 1Ijp iIs Excursion i only Pr fPrh sd cIMS NATIONAL OF LAKOASTEE KY BANK Capital Surplus Fund 50000 lOOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guarantee jK HIB9IKBOTHAM Priwlden- LIWIB Y LKAVXLL VicePresident- BFHUDSON i CaehleiV- V O BienET Assistant p WALEBB BooiJreepe DIRECTORS BFHCDBOH LKWI8 x i Cash M BIPIOINBOTEW LzIfILT- MAimmoLD s JJALZI3 e i i I l Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing ageneral Real Estate business offer our services to the public both law office of R L Davidson over Stormes store and list theirproperty for sale We will advertise it extensively in theCENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cords and make nocharge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirectly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgagesreleased etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to youradvantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the propalaeady listed with us LAPHAMI Re we whohavewithus AViS No 1 House anti Let in Jiy Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory fmine house four rooms hallway 3 vnrandas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy Louse etc Good jnrden plat with strawberry bed and a nice yonng orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that n ver fails Everything is new and convenient Trice is right and t rms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and S25 feet deep or 123 feet deep if desired a part of the Dr 0 1 UHf property Splendid build ins site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in desirable location in every particular 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item No 70 feet front on hut street 3i5 feet deep or lii feet deep If so desired a part of the Dr O p HiH place Good ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid lie Fork of Sugar Creek t Miles from Lancaster Known a the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but Is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobaeca or hemp laud the rest is rich and productive S ever failing water and lencing in good repair Laud has been well treated 1J story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new henhouse smokehouse etc acre for a garden plat No 0 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 4 17 feet deep Nice residences are building mill around this property proper ty in this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 15S Acres in Polleys liend ofKentucky lliver In Garrard county about I miles north of water i acres in tipple orchard good peach orchard C room twostory house In good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud in Iolleys Uend is fast increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Bryantsville and About untIes from Lancaster All good strong lund very underana abundantly watered Dwelling house is H rooms two tenant houses good burn ice house cry ami all other out buildings areon the place Close to church good school well litted for stock raising 20 Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles from Carters yule in Garrard county Anti 51 of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO oi 10 acres in grass corn and toboccolaud watered by pools mind creek never fail under good a story house containingrooms with buck sulphur well at door a barns tock mid latter Sdvioxio Church within 1 mile of residence end school within of a mile A money making farm nicely situated 14 600 Acres ol Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski County liy About 25 miles South of Somerset und near to and East of Plait Hirer on tint Ciuciunat Southern Kailroad This laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it f No 13 House and Lot near Sul iiliur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and hoalthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan y 3 i I lcCrear shorta No locamion ill under good feiice with plenty of 8 stor Nod D anN pie Ca 2 ban U ilemma Vlita I lice d gocflu tuba C stem v J No Farm Acres in Rock castle County in the of Copper Creek Just serous the Garrard and Kockcastle lineAll bottom laid level and productive neverfailing stock water l story leg house and allnecesyary outbuildings Possession given after April lag 1S01 Price within the reach ofmen of moderate means No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of vile Avenue Known is the old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is MS feet front on Danville Avenueand 19S feet in depth House Is a twostoryframe buildings large commodious and con arranged in every particular has 16 rcoms hnllwsy kitchen and front veranda both inside mind outside stairways rooms large and house we 1 ventilated House inns been lately remodeled and extensively improved 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 JUles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acrosofsplen dill hemp or tobacco land 70 acres In grass balauce undei cultivation watered by neverfailing springs Place is in good repair House stories containing J rooms porch aud porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very fine lareand well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A fine farm of moderatesize and Lot Situated in th City of Lancaster the Xorth side of Danville street near the Intersection of Puuldiug street ana the property lately owneUl y Sirs A E Good house and near Graded School Examine the premises anti call and get ourprice No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky iu Otter Addition on East Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varnnda hand somely finished inside and conveniently con structed large bath room complete out tic of fixtures for water and gas cistern aud all other convenient outbuildings Lot is ICO feet front 4 17 feet in depth nice stable lot large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school honse J milefrom Good Hope Baptist church s acres undercultivation balance in grass good pastureland under good fence nUll watered by neverfailing spinss and ponds 12 acres in orchardin fruiting prime best varieties in all kindsof fruit Good IJi story cottage house nicelyfinished and conveniently arranged with astoreroom feet adjoining it Post otlicoknown as is kept ut the store andis an excellent location for a country storeA makemoneyXo 5 Farm of 3Uj Acres on the Sugar Crt t k Pike from Lancaster 53 acres under cultivation S5 acres of whichhave been sown iu oat j and gross 33 acres offine tobacco or hemp laud brings tine wHeatand corn remainder in grass Stock water inabundance Sullicient throughout last yearsdrouth large just fruitlug whole place under feood feiicc cottage residence etcWell worth what we want fo It of f 1iI latticed Ian I Carpenter Maui large 0 L 2miles tchurd room necessary t tim l Bottom Dana a fr stable id f a For further particulars write to or call on f R DavidsonL OR JjawOilictf over Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record office U U