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Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky at Class Matter MVMMMM31 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOV 14 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR f L c eoad r- w 4 l J- i 1 r I ht gntitut etotbTlPEGPTII PEalt J Air Tight Iflold fire AH Night tio t I Siovs I A all a g f Will burn wood coal or slack Every one guaranteed delivered and up in your house put t o For Only See our linoof COOK STOVES Y y fT V J A Beaziey Co Funeral Directors J1l t i IIPGlsnidn fi A t f Arteriiil and CJavitv Embalm ins A Specialty Furniture ts R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned off for sums of 500 upward Full Line of and t arpt o THE HOME NEWS K I A protracted meeting will be com mencod at the Baptist church the first Sunday in next month Good LfglKK in NIvlioInsvIIIe The electric light question carried a large majority at INicholasville There were 430 votes cast in favor of electric lights and only twentytwo against them Plan for Celebration Abandoned The plan for a celebration by the Democrats of the Eighteenth district has been abandoned on account of the difficulty in notifying the different in time to Teachers The money which should have been ready for the teachers last Satuiday will not be here until Nov 23 at which time Miss Lusk tells THE RECOUD she will be ready to same Key Geoijxe O ISamcs Rev George O Barnes the evangelist is living in YYash i gton with his daughter Marie who keeps a fashionable boarding house Mexican war pension has been from 8 to 12 per month Uncle Andy Eurdett celebrated his eightysixth birthday last week a large number of relatives and friends being present to enjoy the occasion Uncle is one of Garrards best citizens and has friends by the score who wish him mjaiy more years of happiness and good health BlK Time at Paint Lick Local Knights of Pythias are look ing forward with much pleasure to the trip to Paint Lick tonight to tale part in the institution of a lodge in that thriving city The local degree team will have charge of the work A big supper will be served Had to Pony Up Elder Z T Sweeney brother of El der John of Paris adopted a novel but somewhat vigorous method of cancelling a church debt at Union City Ind Sunday After the dedi eatery sermon he instructed the jani tor to locI church doors and al low no one to pass out until a debt of 1200 had been canceled The amount forthcoming I rV b organizations Of l pay erstwhile His increased l1uclc IH1sUIrUulay Andy Sweeney tIe was seon lulereyt Weve done our part in preparing the feast for fall and winter Now its your turn to get away with it We are showing the largest and best assortment of General Merchan dise ever brought to town Such Dry Goods Notions Fancy Hosiery Underwear Cloaks Furs Blenkets Comforts Carpets Rugs Mattings Boots Shoes Hats Cloth ing Furuishing Goods Etc Your eyes will tell a bet m ter and bigger story here II than can any advertisement of ours This home is the H home of positive m I v Lgan DryJonds Co J j s i I S 4 fj g g S Jv JV gf 3 a 2 js 3f TJ O J ft J I I s f t l J 1ffjJflJJffJX01fjJ 0tlf JJ1lJtl 10 V 0 I J r0 o 0 COME AN SEE f I I Wil lif61 1f i ii j iir if h oi tj- i l fZ p ITS TO YOU D o ass 4 rj 0 satisfaction r o ft h 3 j 0 D p Q ra o o 4 o W Were Prepared For It THE RECORD is now turning out a job for the Logan Dry Goods Co which requires eighteen thousand and six ecu forms With steam power new type and fine presses THE RECOKD oillce can turn out anything in the printing line as good as you can get anywhere and just a little cheaper if you please Sympathy For 4kf atVB Interior extend hand of sympathy to our good friend and frequent contributor Mr M son Hughes of Lancaster who was defeated for police judge Seems to us the good people of the hamlet Lancaster have made a mistake turning down so good a man and well wager theyll regret it before the year is out tine Iteviyal Great multitudes of people continue to attend the revival at the Methodist church The preachers arraignment Sunday night of the Popular were scathing and heart searching Sunday afternoon Rev Lowry preached to one of the largest mens meetings ever held in the town We would say without hesitation that the music would be a credit to any church choir in the state There have been ten additions and greatgood done generally A Fiiio Company We desire to call attention to the ad of the Mutual Life Insurance Co of Kentucky which appears in this issue This is an enterprise backed Kentucky capital and is one of most solid and substantial companies in America Mr R L Davidson has accepted the local agency and you will do well to see him before taking a policy elsewhere Taffy For Ms Danville NCWS Mayor Robert Kin naird who by the way is one of the very best men in all the land was to the Mayoralty of Lancaster on last Tuesday and he had votes to spare The people have chosen wisely and well for he will keep the town to the front Major just make Joh Farm private Secretary and every thing will be as it should Cigarettes Killed Him Sammy Slatterly who died near Dugansville Mercercountj a few days ago was one of the best boys in that section but for 12 or 15 years had been addicted to the cigarette habit it is said smoking as high as 50 a day Just before he died he had 12 or 15 of the young men and boys of the vicinity called to his bedside and he told them that cigarettes had brought him to his deathbed and he eloquent ly plead with them to take warning at his fate and eschew the habit Harrodsburg Democrat Good Prospect for Collier Washington dispatches say Col D R Coller of this city stands a fine chance for being appointed Surveyor of the Port at Louisville Gov was sent for by the President last week to confer with other Kentucky republicans In regard tothe dishing out of Federal pie in the state and itis stated in the dispatches that he would doubtless tell Roosevelt that if he would appoint Col Collier he had nothing further to ask The latter held the same position under the administration Southern Lease Granted The vote in Cincinnati was in favor of the granting of the lease of the Cin cinnatiSouthern Railway mention of which was made in a recent issue of THE RECOUD As stated before this will doubtless delay the construction of the BurginJellico extension but the fact that the surveyors are still at work on the line shows that the whine of some people that the extension bluff is without There was nothing for the people to do but lease the road and the Southern people well knew the fact and it was not necessary in to attempt a bluff We are still willing to bet our hat against a last years birds nest that the extension will be built and that it will not be so very long before it is commenced The majorities The canvassing board composed of Sheriff J B Sanders G B Swine broad and A B Estridge met last week and made the official count of the ballots The majorities follows G T Farris for senator 147 156 AD Ford for county judge 94 1 Hamilton for attorney 156 J A Doty for county clerk 56 W L Law son for sheriff 186 David Ross for jailer 167 Thos Austin assessor 187 Miss Elisa Jennings Lusk for at school superintendent 224 The magis elected are as follows J P Bourne democrat I M Dunn demo crat Forrest Stapp republican Wm republican The constables are F Higgins No 4 Ray CTo 3 Ben J HuflEmanvNo got two pn jjnd Ben Easpn one vote for cxiqstable I is in i I impressions JournalWe Day Amusements reelected sometimes Bradley Harrison foundation Cincinnati areas lie l l forth Ryefor Crates ells Raymond Herndon No iand G the Perk o old to to up tre in to Ql The Eew Garrard Hotel is preparing to serve an elaborate dinner giving day Special pains will be taken make this the hotel event of the eason The menu will be published in next issue of THE RECORD Exchanger Saturday The Ladies Ald Society will have an exchange in the post office building Saturday afternoon from two to six oclock All kinds of bread cakes salads and in fat every thing in the eating will be on hand for sale at remarkably low prices The proceeds are for the building fund and the should patronize liberally Special Sunday Beginning the 17 the New Garrard Hotel will special dinners every Sunday evening beginning at 530 great many of our citizens have been taking their Sunday evening meals at the Garrard and this will prove quite popular HoneMade Holiday Gift An article made by ones own hand is invested with a charm and senti ment that a purchased gift never brings Five full pages of the Delineator are devoted to the and description of holiday gifts that may be made at home Ev cry member of the household and ev ery part of the house has been con sidered in these remembrances which will appeal as much on account of their ease of as their beauty and their utility The New Style Cloak A facetious Paris woman gives following directions for makinga Ian coat says the Democrat Secure a piece of cloth about from three to five or six orseven feet square according to size Cut off a strip from the top end This is for the sleeves Cut the remainder into three pieces of equal size Sew them up again and try the garment on If it doesnt fit you have been successful Sew but tons on the front and with a sharp hatchet cut two semicircular holes in the sides Thesewill answer for Make the sleeves and attach them Some women like dingbats on the bottom of the Raglan If you like them put them on For President o Senate Senator George T Farris of this city has received a two bushel basket full of letters congratulating him on his race for the senate While all of his friends believed he would win yet no cne looked for so sweeping a victory as he scored THE RECORD would like to say here Senator Farris is splendid timber speaker of the senate He is the only senator returned this year and as I his work for his partys interest knows that he has always nary intellect good executive ability and we believe if his name is the members will show their of his services by electing him the position By An inspired Writer Behold an advertiser went forth to sow And when he sowed some seed fell into handbills and dodgers and the street cleaner came and cleaned them Some fell among concert and thea programs and the people being interested in the performance and not bargains they were left on the seats or crumpled and thrown on the floor And some fell among fake schemes and enterprises and popular con tempt sprang up and choked them But some fell into legitimate which found their way into the homes of the people who had time t read them and they brought forth j fruit some one hundred fold some sixty fold and some thirty fold JWho has ears to hear let him hear Old Fiddler Contest On Thursday night November 18tb twelve of the best old time fiddlers the country will appear at the Gar rard opera house and render the selec tions which delighted our ancestors and which now gladden our hearts and make us forget our sorrows The prize will be a tine violin The follow ing have entered the contest O T Wallace Waynesburg and Medley with on the Track TSMoore Yankee Doodle and tische S D Merritt Broadway Girls and Bonapartes Retreat Gabriel Star Waltz and Perry King Ged Arnold Wm Pollard C W Mitchell and Mrs Alice have also entered but their selections have Rat been announced The Commercial club is laboring hard tp m ke U g Isuccess and as the will rise7 p mv cTn that night people from will be sold in frontat 25 dts general admission 50 cents with briT to resolve at prte atStormes Store in time as the ti IR tle OtherInteresting te rw will be added to program As proceeds 6 for a Thanksslvins DlnBer banks to urpeople seaIn December illustration construction they Rage pockets that for everyone gallantpresent- ed gift newspapers Evenin SoldiersJoy ntry for chIldren e 1 complimentary f II S tin Dinner serve appreciation Salter the cam eats 35 cents same enterprise no for Business and Bargains A nice line ofglassware at TCurreys Fresh herring grits and H Flakes at T Carrey y You get rebate for all re pale work at W J Closing out our stock of miscelaneous books at cost J C Thompson Vj See how cheap our fine llnef winter buggy robes are A Elmore Horse shoeing and all kindi of wagon work oy G W Ball at W J Romans It is true our 10 suits do not make the man but they help like thunder H T Logan We will save you from to four dollars on buggy harness Romans Lots for sale at 5 750 10 12 15 and 18 Lots of new fall suits H T Logan At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years No hoax but a fact 10 will buy a suit made to your measure J C Hemphill There isnt a swell dresser in town too swell for our new suits B T Logan I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey K That 10 bill will not rest m your pocket after you have seen our 10 suit H T Logan Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey Use Japalac on all wood work floors and furniture makes work look new Thompson I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling R M West 103tf I The best set of teeth in the world 750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf f I It s R mans Roman ne Elmore r Fresh eggs clean eggs 18c H B Northcott Waste Turkey Good fat Turkeys this and next The finest gold fills L50 amalgum 75cts Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf It is something unusual to make a firstclass merchanttailor suit for 10 but I will do this for you if you will leave your measure J C HemphilL At T Curreys grocery get fresh raisins citrons currents figs and all the ingredients for your Thanksgiving black cake Now is the time to get them I am in a position to serve my cloth ing customers better than ever before so I would be glad to have my old cus tomers take advantage J C Hemphill Quite a number of my customers have bad me to make their winter suits at readymade prices and I would be glad to serve others in the same way J C Hemphill Grave Seed for Sale I have a lot of extra good blue grass seed for sale Wm Cook 917 tf Farmer Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son Turkeys Sale A few fine yellow bronze turkeys toms and hens J W Elmore A very desirable house and lot on Danville street formerly owned by J W Elmore Address J N Robinson or J E Robinson Lancaster t Church Notice Every member of the Presbyterian church is requested to be at Sunday School on Sunday Nov 17th 1901 to consult over matters of importance Session of Pres Church Trustee Meeting The trustees of Lancaster Cemetery Co will meet at the National Bank of Lancaster on Nov 16th 1901 to elect a Sexton for the year 1902 and to to any other business brought them Wm H Kinnaird President I H B oUt Hlae for Lancaster For Sale attend before Waate week Na colt Saddles and bridlesatr cost at Bo mans Elmore Our 10 suits make a strong bid for your trade H T Logan Good country Sorghum 45c per gal ton Lancaster Grocery Company A fun and complete line of China and Glassware at Lancaster Grocery Company Now Is the time to feed Haas Poul try Food to make the hens lay Lancaster Grocery Company Chickering Square Piano In fine condition Apply to Mrs J W Flow ers Marcellus Ky n72t German Millet Seed H A B Marksbury Son If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr Hob out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf l Ie Society Meeting On account of the protracted meet ing at the Methodist churchthe meet ing of the Garrard County Bible Soci ety has been postponed until Sunday night the 17th Remember the data and be there n72t Notice Coal Consumer Pure Jellico and Blue Gem Coals always on hand and for sale at the lowest cash price We solicit your patronage and will make it a point to try to please you Give us a trial Coal yard at S T Leavels planing mill Williams LeaveL 1jan02 Telephone SUmgm Hello Hello Hello WellIs the Mill Yes orderedWellReceiver is hung up The firm of Sutton Jenkins has by mutual consent been dissolved Sutton retiring from the business The firm of Jenkins Marksbury all the indebtedness of the old firm and will collect all outstanding accounts due same All those knowing themselves indebted to the firm will come forward at once and settle same as the business upSutton Marcellus Ky Oct 28th 1901 Sale paythe youhave Notice r assume 3t For JT koolnUea V 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 you see the coats n There is a distinctiveness that puts them in a class of own The combined skill of Gutter and Tailor has brought out the points that you al ways find wanting ordinary coats Thats why our coats are not the kind you find in every store Prices from 5 to 15 HT Logan The OnePrice Clothier ail Furnisher y II their t c i I i ii iiJ t i i i s Jh ih tt 4 t II1 f 1ic i ji I1ir t tiI o i iI pft1 4 tlf4I j 7t Itrr t frt J f i q V ra w- w 1 i R FyRaf1 Ltkijr r st y 4 Yt ub 5d4 d t- A4 A tr sdatir J t yl- h s vs Keep Out Wet htcrltaci vitk oSei bkrfc shoe at a low price Cone te ad try it good investaeat lor Ml vor Ward Sppson vaterA yisoa aytilt aa- A CENTRAL RECORD Jkm ladepeadeat Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor aad Publisher Lancaster Ky Nov i4th igoi SPECULATION in oil is now taking the day in Kentucky and many are as wild on the subject as were the frontfoot victims of a few years ago article on the subjectgood old Seph Campbell of the Somerset Journal says Wild catting for oil is at best a risky species of gambling and when a hit is made the returns are usually out of all proportion to the amount of each individual risk This idea should be kept in sight and if the money cannot be well spared and the investor cannot good kiss a good bye to the sum to the scheme of welldrilling into the mysterious regions of mother earth upon a line or degree that is spectural and largely imaginary such an one ought to turn a deaf ear to the buyer of oil stocks upon the strength simpleton municipal elections in cities of the fourth class shall be held separate and apart from any other being held on the same day In the local election recently a voter was given two ballots the two when a fellow wants to vote them both straight but where you cant all the men under your party device it exceedingly confus race should be selected from zens of the town who know the voters If representative Tomlinson wants to do a good turn he can bend his in that direction and well bet a bat George Farris will see to the Sen ate end of the matter IF all the rich people were as good and noble as Miss Helen Gould what great good would be accomplished in the world Not a day passes but what this noble woman helps the needyand frequently she makes large donations to public institutions and worthy causes The beauty of it is that she never makes a parade of her good works on the biblical instruction to let not the left hand know what the right doeth Gifts made with a great flourish of trumpets cut little ice with the public and we doubt if such are even made note of in the big book aoove IT is said that the lack of exercise caused the death of Li Hung Chang This may injured the health of the Chinaman but it does not effect the American people or half the population would soon turn their toes to the daisies Thjoee who toll nor spin are largely in the ma jority these days WHEN Judge Cochran selected M Jackson of London as jury commissioner he showed that he people Ivan contribute plodding tipsfrom legIslature quiltIt correctlyBeside the citi 9 have oldJohn nit humored stomach energies goes Co- B Y L knew a competent and elegant when he saw one There is not a better man in Kentucky than Bob Jackson nor one that will discharge the duties of an office more carefully and impartially THE brewers of have formed a trust As nothing but the good old straight stuff is used down there its easy to see why the beer makers were forced to make every edge cut to keep the wolf from the door THIEVES stole a bible down in county the other night There are so few used in these days of greed and rascality that the poor devils evi dently did not recognize the good book IN a murder case down at eleven jurors wanted to hang a murderer while one being held for ac quital They were evidently eleven of the contrariest men on record THE negro Booker Washingtonsays be enjoyed his meal at the White House very much Its safe to say Teddy had possum and sweet taters for dinner MANSE The remains of Mrs Aldridge were interred at Manse cemetery Sunday Dr Ramsey and wife visited their daughter Mrs John Bright of Stan ford this week There will be preaching at this place Sunday by Rev McClung of Virginia who has accepted the call to be pas torTke family of Mr J H Burke have moved into the Manse parsonage where they will reside this year and nextMr Williams and family have mov ed from the Letcher farm to Stanford The house he left will be occupied by Mr JD Burrows of Lowell Miss Thompson and brother ofVer sallies have been the charming guests of Miss Florence Charles Crooks and wife of Danville were in our midst Sunday There will be a box supper at Beech wood school house Saturday night November 16 The girls are invited to bring a box and the boys to come prepared to buy one and thereby eat supper with a pretty and enjoy the evening The Ladles Missionary Society of this place will furnish the supper for the Knights of Pythias at Paint Lick to night An excellent supper has been prepared and a large crowd ex pelted and only a small admission fee The Children Friend Youll have a cold this winter Maybe you have one now Your children will too For coughs croup bron grip and other winter com plaints One Minute Cough Cure never fails Acts promptly It is to the taste and perfectly harm less C B George Winchester Ky writes Our little girl was attacked with croup late one night and was so hoarse she could hardly speak gave her a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure It relieved her imme diately and she went to sleep she woke next morning she nad no signs of hoarseness or R P friable im gentleman Jefferson LouIs- ville Burnsde Rev suffer very pleasant W When Louisville girl croup t I I I I I I I I I t I Itrequires and I experience to CORXWTLY compound PRESCRIPTIONS great care r r PHYSICIANS A Registered Pharmacist of of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store j years II mR6berlsD Wll yltz gStore Rc r E next Senator We here with present to readers a striking likeness of next United States Senator A man never acknowledges himself as beaten a man that is a friend of A man who done more for his r Tile f r our most our that his constituents r while a representative in Congress than any of his predecessors a man who will don the Senatorial toga and wear it with honor to himself with credit to the State whose loyal son he is and with the loving respect and well wishes of the people in his home of Madison Behold him readers ExGov James B PBEAGUEBSTIILE W P Grimes weighed up his cattle last week 70 head which averaged 935 Ibs at 31c Rev Noah Smith of Bell county is conducting a very interesting meet ing at Harmony We are glad to welcome B Bennett and family of Whitley coun ty to our neighborhood Grandpa Cummins is the boss tur nip raiser of our neighborhood he has one which weighs five pounds S Morgan bought a bunch of nice hogs from R A Matheney for 4c to 4ic also some from G W Spangler at 4ic In my last report I failed to men tion the many nice presents received by Miss Addie Cummins at her consisting of silver knives and forks spoons c and a beautiful gold watch by the groom Mr and Mrs Smith of Rpckcastle are visiting their daughter Mrs J M Cress for a few days Miss Ella Thompson is at Stanford for a few days Misses Minnie Pherigo and Lena Hobbs two of Lancasters most beautiful young ladies were in our town last week W C Pettus of Brodhead is at home for a few days J and wife attended preaching at Lancaster Sunday and spent a pleasant afternoon with the family of W B Mrs George King whose ankle has been giving her so much pain of late is suffering a great deal BRYANTSVILLE Rev Walden will fill his regular anointment at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs B F Jennings will move to Danville this week to live with their son Charles The house they vacated is for rent for next year Dan Cheatham while returning from church Sunday night ran into John Boners buggy the shaft ran into his horses breast inflicting a serious wound Mr John Gallaher who had the of getting his house burned a few weeks ago has rented a farm on the Stanford pike near Danville and will move to it soon Miss Martha May Jenkins has from a two weeks visit to rela tlves in Louisville Mr and Mrs Sweeneyfrom Ind are the guests of relatives here Judge Clint Arm strong from Junction City was in this vicinity last week Miss Gaw of Wilmore is the guest of the Misses Dunn during the meeting and Rev Johnson and wife are guests of Mrs Dr Armstrong Several from this com munity attended the tea given in Danville by Mesdames Woods and Baughman Mr and Mrs Moss of Jessamine county visited Mrs Swope Sunday PAINT LICK Ten or twelve negroes baptized here Sunday evening J W Adams sold his farm of sixty acres to Mr Smith for 2100 There were some very long faces Wednesday afteethe election Winter is coming and the weather is getting bad and we have no bridge yet W S Fish and JL Kinnard shipped a carload of poplar logs to Europe this week The ladies of the Presbyterian church will furnish supper for the X P s at the Veranda Hotel Thurs day night Mrs Susie Wallace spent a few days with relatives in Stanfordher mother Jane Higginsreturned home with her Mrs and little daughter Josephine of Lexington visiting relatives here A Mr S H Blount and Rodney Griggs have formed i nership and will engage in the car riage and buggy business and will handle all of do all kinds of blacksmithing and repair ing The undersigned tree sample of Chamberlains Stomach Liver to any one wanting liable remedy for disorders pt the This is remedy atifl a 1 fci district and for the Stateatlarge McCrearyEx Mr W wedding L Hutchins Moss misfortune returned Mrs Collie ire apart machinery bLiMrai stomach f anew i J cooJc f L 2 J q county were Denton new firm kinds and Oer will glues Tablets billoueneei good BErAcRobert tit H rY wn1 are one M 4 State Auditor Coulter is seriously ill of muscular rheumatism in A fouryearold girl died in Henry county from the effects of a spider bite The Nicholasville Journals annual show takes place Monday Nov 18 Court day A Chicago man suffering from hy rophobia attacked a policeman and died soon after being subdued Li Hung Chang died last week inPekin There is not a man in to take his place as diplomat Mr F Don Orcutt city editor of the Independent and Jrien were married at Ashland last Schleywill visit Memphis Nashville and Knoxville in January and may come to Louisville on the same trip President Roosevelt has been invit ed to attend the Charleston February 12 Abraham Lincolns birth day The duck shooting season is and some good bags are reported The supply of blue wings has been un usually good Charles D Thompson Supreme Fi nance Keeper of the Supreme Tent Knights of Maccabees has confessed that his accounts are short 57000 As the result of mutiny of convicts at Leavenworth Kansas twentysix escaped after one criminal had been killed and four wounded by guards The President will probably legislation to require the big corporations to make public state ments of their financial condition A successful test for endurance rapidlire longrange and has been made at Island of the greatest of all dynamite guns Mrs Elizabeth Landers of Burgin is the mother of nineteen children thirteen of whom are living She is seventytwo years old and enjoys good health It is expected that the Bulgarian brigands will accept a reduced ransom for Miss Stone as they need money for current expenses including bribe ry of officials The National Fox Hunters will meet at Estill Springs 18 There will be a large gathering of the lovers of the chase from many States Near Winchester the little of Mrs Minnie Hagan climbed into a rocking chair which pitched her forward into the fire The child was so badly burnt that she died in a few heursThe contractors are getting along admirably with the government im provements at Valley View The lock wall foundations are laid and the walls are up several layers The Salt Lick Pantagraph is the name of a new jornalistic candidate for public favor at the flourishing Bath county town W F Schooler of theMorehead Kentuckian Advance is the editor and E C Kimbrell man aging editor At Richmond a Retail Merchants Association has been organized the following officers J A President B Jouett Vice President T T Covington Secretary E Death erage Treasurer Every grocer in the the at the meeting There is somewhat of an oil b om on in the Stewart neighborhood says the Harrodsburg Democrat and the people of that section are very much enthused over the prospects of exten sive operations which will according to reports be in lull blast in a few days Was Well Known IB Canard Somerset MFox was buried here thirtyfive years ago and his remains were taken up by his and Bourne of Danville and removed tothat place Mr Fox was born and raised in this county as was his good wife who was Miss Sophronia Coffey daughter by the first husband of Mrs Jas Griffin who for many years kept hotel where now stands the Masonic building Mr Fox was shot and almost instantly killed by one who had long been his warmest friend and to whom he had been the same for many years and there is little doubt that they ought to have remained friends and so they would had it not been for the ways of one or more persons who by their talk and intrigue caused the difficulty Wm Fox was a noble hearted who was loved by peo pie in general and his death was one of the of The remains of his old father Hon Wm Fox and those of many others of his honored and beloved lie at rest in Somersets beauti lul of the dead re members well the sad scene of noble Will Fox lying at the door a few feet north of Pattons cornet dead A Phytlclaa Testifies I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure anti have never used that did me good did says County Physician Geo W Scroggs of Hall county Ga Being a physician I prescribed itand found it give the best results If theifp you eat remains undigested in yoyrtomach it decays these and poisoorthe You dfeting but that t rrM cared s r gt t corn MIss Byrde 0 weekAdmiral Exposition open- Ing recommend accuracy effectiveness Association November daughter merchant cityjoined association RepublicanWm yesterday sons Fountaine meddlesome Somerset kinsman Ue d I tM iinLr Jll f a- L GONE Ah NEWS Frankfort China witS fellow saddest occurrences city The writer anything in the t have can prove by means wont cases quickly 1ftiK S r t mat nt t i I Typewriter For Allen The Paris Democrat says Jim Allen Of the Cynthiana Democrat has a new typewriter but doesnt say whether is a blonde or brunette At any rate Allens first letter is as follows dear Sir I hoe delayed answering yRur ESTeemED LETTer of reCEnt date until my typewnternit CAme to hANhd in order that you micht hall Vve the pleasure of rectiving the first letteer that I wrote ROT write appreciate the kindly sentiments but i can say no more at pRESent because my FINgERS a Re Tirredd yours truly m ALLen Reliable and Gentle A pills a pill says the saw But there are pills and pills You want a pill which is certain thorough and gentle Mustnt gripe DeWitts Little Early Risers fill the bill vegetable Do not force but assist bowels to act Strengthen and invigorate Small and easy to take F P Frisbie It requires great wisdom to whether an abnormally silent person befool or philosopher- To The Public Allow me to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneumonia but after taking the second dose of medicine I felt better three of it cured my cold and the pains in my chest disappeared entirely I am most respectfully yours for health Ralph S Meyers 64Thirtyseventh St Wheeling W Va For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Vice is often hilarious but never merry Last winter an infant child of mine had croup in a violent form says Elder John W Rogers a Christian of Filley Mo I gave her a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1 Nothing makes a vain so wrath as to show him too much Modern Surgery Surpassed While suffering from a bad case of piles I consulted a physician who me to try a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve says G F Carter Atlanta Ga I procured a box and was entirely cured DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is a splendid cure for piles giving relief instantly and I heartily recommend it to all sufferers is unnecessary to cure piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve will cure Cuts burns bruises and all wounds are also quickly cured by it Beware of counterfeits F P 1m use each other eyes for mir rors and that explains many marital riddles Jumped on A Ten Peony Nail The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through Pain Balm was promptly and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced In three days child was wearing her shoe as and with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland Va Pain Balm is an and heals such injuries maturation and in onethird the time required by the usual treatment For sale by R E McRoberts druggist Until the wind blows from the east let none of us say we are invulnerable to opinion BrainFood Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain another for sins and still another for brains A 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 prevent their coming by taking regular doses of Greens gust 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 You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac 6m Of all errors the most amazing is to Judge an authors morals by his Women and Jewels Jewels candy man that is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow er to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu pusconsequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the use of Dr It promptly arrest consumption in its early stages heal the affected lungs and bronchial and drive the dread disease from the system It is not acureall but itis a certain cure for coughs and all troubles You can get DrGG reliable remedies at drug store Get Greeni Special Al Purely the determine Cough Rcmedy this bottles oldman respect advised Surgery Chamberlains applied antiseptic without authorities us however nutriment Au the heroes BOschees Syrup tr s f she expressed case other P- Lovers t In correct bowers German will and tubes colds bro chid Greens Storm S 4 I hal t n ea ed in I t For Education All persons of the Eighth District of Kentucky interest in promoting the cause of educa tion are hereby notified that a meet be held in the city of Shelbyville Ky on Saturday morning at 10 otclk November 16 1001 for the purpose of organizing an educational association the above named district It is earnestly desired that every county be represented at this meeting Much benefit can be derived from these district meetings Already of our Congressional districts are organized and many of them arc holding two meetings during the year Let it be demonstrated that the fra tenuity of our district is enthusiastic upon this important sub jectWth the hope that our meeting on organization will be largely attended we are very respectfully Robert Allen Burton Shelby county Elmer Paxton Principal- of Normal College Geo L Sampon Principal of Sholbyville Graded School M L Chowning Anderson county Henry II Walker Mercer county Spencer county Several dozens Ladies and Misses Shoes Patent Vici and Kid of Newest de signs Also a few cases new creations in liens Shoes Underwear and Furnishings of all kinds at lowest prices BURNETT CO Shoes and Furnishings formerly occuppied by Miss SilLe TLIelt 28im Kentucky Ts Proud Of Many things in her past his tory and present possessions nut the least among which The Mutual Life Insurance of Kentucky the one great Life Company of the whole South with over 3000000 Assets two thirds of it safely and profit ably invested at home Ko use to go away from home to get the Best in the world Call and see or write to B L DAVIDSON District Agt Lancaster Ky j C BECK Jr Special Agt State Bank Trust Co Building Richmond Ky ASSIGNEES SALE As Assignee of W S E H and A K I will at the Court House in Lancaster Kv on Monday Nov 25 1901 County Court Day sell to the highest and best bidder the following real estate in Garrard county Kentucky About 81 acres of land adjoining A K Walker and others a part of the original A K Walker tract upon is a small dwelling stables Etc Also 80 acres of the W S Walker land upon which there is a good tobacco barn One of these tracts is high class land the other good grass and part of it good corn and wheat land located in firstclass neighborhood good fens ing and well watered and near good schools One tract adjoins A K Walker J W and others the other adjoins W S Walker Archer James G and others Both near good turnpike roads TERMS Onethird cash the residue in equal payments 1 and 2 years from date with interest at the rate of 6 percent per annum from day of sale until paid will sell the land upon a credit of 1 and 2 years the purchasers to give bond with undoubted in the form of a negotiable note bearing in terest at tbe rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale until paid with lien on the land to secure the purchase money Purchasers may choose either of these plans after pur chasing or may pay cash in full if they so desire Possession given on compliance with terms of sale For full information call on W P Prewitt at KirksvHle A B or the un dersigned at Lancaster WILLIAM HERKDON Assignee T E ROBINSON J Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Honey to pan at percentv real estate mort age ErnestSnider JUST ARRIVED St is Sampson or I oorc f v t r Congressional will seven educational t r 5 one r Inr G11 I i tye gpeCla lS of LOUISVILLE KY R oteiJ- h a t At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Thursday Dec lih One Day Only Eyes Examined and sasses scientifically adjusted Office Loam 9 a m to 5 pm Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat artificially digests the fcod and aids Nature in strengthening and the digestive or latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia Cramps and all other results of imperfect digestion Largesize contains 2H times smallsize Prepared by E C DeWITT a CO Chicago CIVIL ENGINEER Lancaster Ky COUXTY SURVEYOK All business promptly attended to V JIcC JOHNSTOX JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Q SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Kj Office over Thompsons store L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Ueal Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale pecial bargains in Blue Grass Farms Kudol reconstructing is the Pricesoc Book libou tdyspepsiamaliedfrea JOHN T JOHNStON st E in andIl Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from upward Call at works near the depot S McGTJlllE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY R XINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British J 4 8 COJlDaniO t L i fOuCIlfHartflriCIu Fo11oiiirep k Iercka tie A U I i oeZISisrers i ter iK Are constanaly adding new goods to their stock and each week can show you somthing entirely new and novel Dont fail to see their Hats before purchasing They take pleasure in showing goods About The People f Miss Bettie Simpson of Lexington is visiting friends here Miss Minnie Pherigo spent Sunday with her parents in Buckeye Mr J M Logan was in Cincinnati this week getting more goods Mrs Green Clay Richmond is the guest of Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Sallie Tillett has been qute ill but is reported some better Hunt McMurtry has returned to his home in Washington D C Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden of were visitors Sunday Dr A S Price of Stanford is visit ing his mother Mrs II It Price Miss Bulah Grimes of Marksbury has been visiting Miss Lena Bright Mrs Louise Arnold left Monday for a visit to her children in Jellico Ten nessee Vista visited relatives here the past weekRev R R West and son Ralphhave returned to their home in Washing ton D C Mrs Jane Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting relatives here for a few days Mr Tom Miller and bride of Knox vine have been guests of Mr John W Miller and family Mrs J S Bowman of Flemingsburg is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm G Anderson Pauline and Margaret Hocker of Stanford are guests of their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Mrs Louis Lundrain and Altie and Bessie Marksbury were in Danville Monday Capt W J Kinnaird is spending weeks with his parents Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Mr Ed Morrow of Somerset has been the guest of Miss Christine Brad ley Lexington street Mrs Ellen Poor left Monday for Deming New Mexico to visit her son 31r Casey Owsley Jessamine News Mrs Ellen Letch er Poor of Lancaster is visiting her cousin Mrs N L Bronaugh Miss Maggie Sandifer who has been visiting her cousin Mrs M West of Pineville has returned home Mr and Mrs Scott Hudson of Lex ington are expected this week to vis it Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Misses Mary Dunn and Katharine Baughman of Danville have been visiting relatives in this city Rev O M Huey of CarrolltonRy will occupy the the Baptist church the first Sunday in December Miss Rella Arnold left Monday to visit her cousin Miss Mary attend the FolgerHemphill wedding Mr John Burdett who has been spending a few days with relatives returned to his home in Indiana Sat urday Stanford Journal Miss Mattie El kin of Garrard was the guest of Mrs E P Moritz Messrs B F Hudson and J M of Lancaster f J sistersMiss- es I pulpitat Folger and r i 44 ii 1 r Mr Danville here nat several t i I f were in town Wednesday Mr A H Bastin the Lancaster telephone mag nate paid this office a gall Wednes dayMesdames Victor Lear and Beazley visited Danville Monday Miss Laura Pope accompanied Mrs Ellen Poor to Deming New Mexico Mrs W H Hays of Stanford visited her sister W S Beazley Sunday Miss Hattie Robertson is at home again from a visitto relatives in Cyn thiana Mr Nixon Perkins left this week to spend the winter in Deming New MexicoMrs Gaines of Danville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Theodore Currey Misses Mattie and Mary Thompson have returned delightful house party with relatives in Winchester Miss Annie Francis has returned to her Paint Lick after a few days visit to her aunt Mrs J Robin son Lexington Herald Miss Dove Har ris of Lancaster Is spending a few days with her cousins the Misses Em bry of Constitution street Stanford of Dr A S Price will be glad to learn that he is able to be out again and says he hopes to be able to go to business in side the next ten days Mr and Mrs Elsner who have been visiting the latters parents in this city returned to their home in Charleston West Va last week Their visit was enjoyed by their many friends Richmond Franklin M Walker of Garrard county was in the city yesterday Mr S A Wal lace of Paint Lick was in town yes terday on his way to Lexington to college Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs Wade Walker last week Lexington Herald Mrs Den ny and Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts invitations today to a reception which they will give Thursday Nov 14th at their home on South Mill street in honor of Miss Massy Leav en Denny The hours will be from 4 to oclock p and it will be the presentation of Miss Denny to Lexing ton society Our good friend Mr T D Osbourne religious editor of the CourierJour nal was in town a short time Friday instituting a lodge of the A O U W mention of which will be found in this issue is a great favorite among the press boys in Kentucky He was so busy getting his lodge goat in trim that we failed having the pleasure of seeing him Miss Betsy Arnold was married Wednesday at the home of her cousin Mrs Elbert Smith of Jellico Tennes see to M E Wilson of Rich Missip pi The wedding was quiet only the families being present and had no at tendants She was married in her away gown a castor tailors suit with hat and gloves to match Miss Arnold is the eldest daughter of Mr George T this county She was an attractive and handsome wom an The groom is a popular farmer The many friends join THE RECORD in wishing them much success and happiness in their new life The couple left immediately for their home in Rich Miss W S homein DemocratFriends RegisterDr G o issued m MrOsbourne going Arnoldof Mrs froma enter Prescription Filling is Our Leading Specialty A Our facilities for filling them are un equalled We use the double checking sys s tern in this manner mistakes are almost J A bottle bearing our label is a guaran toe of absolute purity Those which require an exceptional of care and skill are the kind we es pecially like to get You prices L bre right We use only the best C mount c- tR SBEg RIIGSORE r L d r y impossible accuracy and will find our rs k NewsJJrs Bradley aid daughter Miss Christine are over today from Lancaster Mrs JM Partin Lancaster was the guest of her sisterMrs W H Tuttlast week Little Lncile Tutt has from a visit to relatives in Paint Lick and Lancaster Mr Her bert Kinnaird of Lancaster was here yesterday on business OBITUARY IB Memory of Caroline Tbomp After months of intense suffering from the ravages of insidiousdis ease Cancer borne with all the pa tience and fortitude could sum mon the faithful wife loving tender mother fond sister and kind friend fell asleep on the night of August 2nd 1901 surrounded by her devoted fami ly and only sister each of whom bad done all in their power to alleviate her pain We hope her awakening a Mansion of the Eternal City whose light ever radiates from the face of God our Father the giver of every good and perfect gift and that she is now enjoying the compan ionship of loved ones gone beforesing ing songs of praise to Him who sit teth on the Throne She was born August 4th 1847 in Rockcastle county united with the Christian church at old Boones Fork in her 14th year thus beginning her walk with Christ in her youthful prime the dawning of her young wo manhooaShe united in marriage with David Thompson Dec 22nd 1865 Of this union four children were born two of whom preceded her to the grave a number of years the first an infant the next her beloved and idol ized Lillie who lived to bless and make glad her parents hearts till she was about twelve years of age when typhoid fever claimed her as its thus saddening the hearts of father mother and brothers Her husband and two sons Robert and Booth with their families her The words found in Prow 31st 28th could have been appropriately applied to her in her fondness for her home duties and devotion to her chil dren and their interests She looketh well to the ways of her her househod and eateth not the bread of idleness Her children arise and call her blessed her husband also and he her On the afternoon of Aug 3rd 1901 the remains of the departed were laid to rest in Lancasters beautiful City of the Dead Had she lived two days longer fiftyfour years of herlife would have been rounded out but God in His Wisdom and Mercy gave her re lief from her anguish May the grave be sweet rest for her pain tortured body and Paradise sweet rest for her immortal soul May her loved ones yet remaining here prepare themselves by becoming the children of God for the happy with Mamma and Lillie Little Willie Wilkes and other loved ones in the Celestial City on High May we all meet he there is the prayer of one who knew her well M C P Mr Robert J Crawford died in Lebanon last week at the home of his soninlaw He was a brother of Rev Mr Crawfordformerly pastorof Paint Lick church Mr J H Bates who has been con nected with the Lancaster Mills for some time left last week for Carlisle to make his home He made many friends while in our city and carries with him the best wishes of all A O U W Flourishing Lodge Instituted In Lan cater Bids Fair to Prove A Winner W j 1 Mrs I doting 27 praiseth reunion Danville O shopping returned fOS that she is- is victim survive Crawford On last Friday night a lodge of the AncientOrder of United Work men was organ ized here It will be known as the Lancaster t No 136 A O W and starts its with twentythree members all enthusiastic and zealous in the fun and benefits of the order Mr W E Gilkison Deputy Grand Master Work man has beqn here some seven weeks preparing for Friday nights coup detat He is a clever good fellow and made many friends in Lancaster by his geniality and pleasantry he knows his business Grand Master Workman Thomas D Prborne of Ky who is also religious editor of the CourierJournal and the Big Guns of the order was ent and saw that no lives were in the fearful catastrophes of the night The work was put on by the team of the Gilkison Lodge No 132 Ai OU W of Stanford Ky They did their work well and it is said they put some of boys through in autimbbille style Others had a spanking good time and may still smell a little like a goat keep away from itthe odor is offensive to you Laughter was the of the night and the you will have to join the lodge to find out theinitiatory monies were over the lodge elected the following officers Master Work man R L Davidson Past Master Workman Janjes A Beazley ForeInan Shelby Tribble Overseer Healy tin Guide Benton H Clay Receiver Barton then retired to the Mason Hotel where a savory banquet was spread for the in due form and dispersed supposedly to go home existence has lost our ere Watchman Jesse Watchman B l their res ta t 3 Louisville one them watchword password After Hamilton Arnold P Buck boystqwhich o Base PRYG000 Phipps Atehisons Ladies Hats 395 The reason we can do this is that we secured about fifty of their sample hats at a very low half price The Wholesale price of these were 600 to 850 and we offer choice for 395 It is an opportunity to secure a very exclusive and uptodate walking hat for less than price of ordinary hats We will also offer all our other hats low prices to close out our stock before opening Christmas goods TAILOR SUITS the kind that hold their shape and give satisfaction Prices from 15 to 35 and every one is good value and fits well and has style All needed alterations are made by a first class tailor at our expense TAILOR SUITSCHEAP- We have culled from our line about 40 suits which we offer at 575 875 and 998 which have been 1250 to 25 each While these are not the very latest they are all good staple styles which will not look While we have all sizes the most are in 36 and 38 measure The skirts alone are worth more than the price of the suit LONG CLOAKS 27inch Coats from 6 up in Black Tan Blue Red and Brown In the 42inch Coats we are showing as many as 20 distinct styles in Black and Light Tan Long Tan Coats are very and very few stores will show you than two or three Fulllength garments in Black Tan and Oxfords from 15 up FURST- he cooler weather has made the furfly Our line of short and long scarfs is large and we think we could please you We know we could save you some money Our prices range from 1 for a good imt Seal Scarf up to 2J for finest Sable and Marten Long real Sable Fox Boas for Corduroys The demand for this goods is on the increase and we are for it We offer a good grade in all colors from white to black for soc Velvet Cords usually sold at 100 ayard we sell for 750 We alone in Danville sell the genuine Velutina Velvets and Cords is stamped the back ofevery yard Ifyou want the best look for this stamp Underwear Specials 25c Childrens Full Fleeced Gray Union Suits made with fun gusset in seat 506 I adies Genuine Oneita Union Suits 125 Indies Natural Wool Vests and Pants 5oc Indies Gray Wool Vests and Pants 25c Indies Vests and Pants well made full sizes 25C Indies Knit Gray Short Skirts vv r y c m priceabout out prepared Name on m ja aca a vJl s u s i iL i I a rr ian it t very i scarce more a750 Fleeced dxc any ne 4 r BLUE X GRASS U R S ER I E S PaD ieoi i 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 Both phones application HF HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Klighte if Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally J W SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S NATIONAL visiting BAN K invited sts3Tlif CAPITAL 5 l f o t SURPLUS II NN LANCA2TXM KI BTOKXM vie B C DziiHY Cashier I P BOBIHBOV JB Ant Caahr X T XMBBYBoolMuepei DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny Roblnaoa John E Storme Kinnaird L Jxo E PrtIJ4 A C W H LDam Prddeat W 8 BKAZUET j LOCAL THE TABLES 111157aa 1915 83eaN 1235nn6beam am- i249na a Oeam 19 211 71ka7S7aa 11 08uI 9eaa 812aa yL f- I 4k Soatabad Mixed yum Mixed Pasagr M Bontkba U3SJLX Sdftrm Queen Crescent Time Cards Vwit Dally except ber 6 Dally ber4 Doss Not ta II 11u u Utl AnU18- oam La11lp canX 1 6 U rRot Nertk bad Nortg bad a a a PAeeaa seats m allay dM sIJI p m aptRam bet 9 tope when sawed p am wheawed1141slimber Daily 13 amNumber S Nasber al Kldait1o awsu p- s CIIIUIIIIa r taelcs JaJJJTime zAarSTATIONS ara Winchester Jlc8terUq- ArWuhla oD Philadelphia LyLe 1avilie s455aam91tpm 94ipa 34epa7pa alotn7fpea STATIONS wuT ovara LvNewYork Philadelphia Winchester ArLexington 4 nc 50epa ups 5asa 8 tlfaia- I9 alga ua a4ep Alps Through Traiaanaa to ad Jor ale car Tr ac Err aa- SdtIftIIC 1ANiII t MIMI 7 1 TV 1 dine 14ier Yrttrains ran daily e as iataea ttyarwrite or telephone 6 01f1A ltssLtatse K- TN x AN itNC t Mau- Qpva taettai taye iatehad da ttea MNMetlaa i9eerbh Mtwo al- aN w sewA1Wae i1 el era S Tarmac a toaacWsUo aeltb a- Nthieiiitti- osaR THE SUCCESS OF Dr Jos Hass and Rented has been that in all cases it is to be depended upon It will arrest and prevent cholera and other diseases of the hog It is the cheapest as it goes farther and every dose is effective You can make no with this reliable remedy Prices 25 Ib cans f1250 half cans 650 packages 250 125 sods See that the dealers name with facsim ile ofJos Haas signature is on each can and package and the seal not broken or we will not guarantee it genuine Buy The Beet When You Buy Stock Food 20th Century Stock Food is acknowledged by all dealers as the best it goes farther and gives bet ter satisfaction than any other it prevents and arrests disease your cattle puts your horses in fine condition 25 and 50 cts perPigand 25 Ib bags 350 20th Century Poultry Food s the greatest egg producer on the marketkeeps fowls healthy vents cholera roup and all poultry diseases Price 25C per package Send for circular For sale by Lancaster Grooery Co Lancaster Ky Handsomest flillinery Eyer shown in Lancaster Correct styles Low Prices Call and see the pretty Hats Sallie D Tillett r Saul IT in 111 111 111 in in in 111 111 111 111 111 111 in 111 111 111 in 111 I The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been I greatly damaged and many lives VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against i g loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind i 5 storms It costs but little I R KINNAIRD pre I cJ E I 1 4 4lost bY JZRus1= If you want tp catch the trail or day onereither tall Alex awl he tlW oatlme use j v o ih bean rtraiN lnirillrLa phara- icaliJlils tight i Millers i will Ive A awl L fiekcurt ell Yoh wstitatittuyoasd oc3It- I i Lancutir Lodw Xa 104 I IEAJL p t l al 1 frd IoUt liIecreur xa Sbikd Tilliuda tiMp1Ab- sc4Urlfca olatilei L itC1 Jlt t1fIs tn Ut tiorwise ere VTratfc Tfc Fowjr Thank de Lawd fer winter De crops al in de is talkin ez chere ez a po man wid 2 in his pocket Some folks growl en shiver wen fros come fros is only de spice dat de angels sprinkle on de fields en gardens A root ter kiver me a fire ter warm me en bread enough ter say grace over en de rich man kin go his way in peace I knowed a man once dat went dejworl1 JooWn feriliar ness en he never bun out twell Selasymln ute datfit time in de neighbor hood er his heart Atlanta Consti tution mmnlmw taaxlms V The president of the London cham ber of commerce gives these 12 max ims which he has tested through years of business experience and which be recommends tending to cess 1 Have a definite 2 Go straight for it 3 Master all details 4 Always know you are expected to know 5 difficulties are only made toovercome 6 Treat failure as stepping stones to further L 7 Never put your hand out further than It back 8 AttimeVb boldrjalways bepru dent S ir9 The minority often beats the ma in end 10 Make bi fvqtter Jnens brains E 11 Listen well decide promptly 12 Preserve by all means in your power a sound mind in a sound bo dy exchange warbles thusly The melancholy days have come the sad dest of Thesmall boy leaves the swimming hole the farmer stuffe the steer The urchin trudges off to school the pullets begin to lay the preacher gets a move on him the coal men have their day The trees put on their sombre hue the grasshopper ascends high the little ant its eel lar fills the toper calls for rye The lonely church oyster laughs in gleefor now his time has come the girls have terrible appetites tile boys must spend their mon and the meal barrel is empty and the butchers short of liver and the thought of icy winter makes your spinal column quiver And Johnny gets his gun and sallies thro mud and stubble and shoots an colt and has no end of trou ble The days are full of sunshine and the nights are full of frost and the house is full of stovepipes and half the joints are lost 0 spring time has its drawbacks but it dosnt have them all for the worst part of the year is just before the fall Editor IB Danger A man who said he was looking for the arrested at the City Hall suspected of insanity Louis yule Post Now that is what Brother Tom Davis would call umpty diddy It is coming to a pretty pass when are put in jail for seeking the Sa viour Most probably this poor fel low was a country editor that had grown gray in booming enterprises for other people to make money out of and advocating the establishment o charitable institutions at which eve rybodjEjmt himself received light and shelter Like every that ever lived he sought to throw himself at the feet of the Lord where he could mourn for the death of truth and the empty void of heav en Since they have gone to arresting people for seeking the Saviour you may expect to find the jails filled with country editors If the Gazette is not issued next week you may editoris board ing with Pug Riser and 4s kept in solitary confinement Paris Gazette Cut and it to B E McRoberts drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the appetite and regulate the Regular size c5c per box R E McBoberts druggist 1m m epera House nefit Luewrter al Club Be8tMake Up Lady or Gentleman Prize FancyConb and Brush Make Up Lady or Gentleman Prize FancyBowl and Pitcher PrizesPair Fancy Kid Gloves Haifeomest Boy 6 to 14 years PrizerFine Silk Tie Bes Prize L bid and New Tune to same selection Prize 2 worth of Standird Music Old Time Fiddlers Contest no Note to be used Prize Fine Violin Competent disinterested committee will be Mi A vote will be taken on the back of best iMr Mdtiie JiostabooMpliched dude the result to beannounced be Miss Lenna Hobbs is prepared td stenographic work and typewriting and glad to wait upon anyone desiring that of wont Her charges are IfteenaBd tweBtyfive cents a page Call up Central i j tire fill w Twelve Insures c Rem th t fC ansWir SlY Success TIt1elalielieJDa An SavlourWas people othercountry editor know lts this out tak BeVOIU1 KS8 llt W P lestGlrl Sol Quart L admIii1 t tore 2t LiL twi ittc d wl1 tid 4 Jt v 4 allover S aim more than effoit you cirdiaw 4 agriculturists howelL FUN betweenfiand14years Be tlcaets as to the best me- rchnURchIne estwyer tIiai4enccAdiouini T t le- Ihone iit I j S rAPQRDth The Wincheslter Sun says Joe L Brown is cutting a crop of seventy five acres of hemp on ground which he harvested a good crop of wheat a few months ago Nature seems to be in sympathy with the crippled corn crop the last part of the season at least A more favorable closing week in September to ripen the late fields could faaraly have been made to order Here is a good way to make a cheap arid simple com harvester If you a sled use it and if you have not make one and then nail a piece on the back end of a sled allowing it to about fifteen inches fasten a saw blade to this arm and the sled so that in driving it will strike the corn at an angle Have a seat in front for daiver and one betind for a man who catch es the as it is cut letting the bunches fall in rows Six or seven acres may be easily cut in this way per If done at the proper time when wilted just right it may be well bound with stalks when it is easily handled Ex One of the great problems in carrying on the hog industry is to secure the large gains from a bushel of that at one time it was thought impossible but it is now bding proved almost daily While ordinary good feeding is eight to ten pounds gain superior feeding brings 15 pounds We find the report recently made by C G Neff of Ohio that by careful feeding he made an average on a bunch of 500 hogs of 15 pounds 8 ounces gain for a bushel of corn and after the second period a gain of 15J pounds per bushel was Swineherd f The horse can conveniently eat for twenty hours out of the twentyfour A horse which is in good health has a good appetite at all times and is able to stand plenty of work and is rarely on the sick list To be a good feeder especially on a journey is a great re commendation in the opinion of every good judge horseflesh The reason of a horse being such a constant eater is that its stomach is really small in proportion to the size of its body and therefore it requires feeding of ten not less than four times a day two of which should be early in the morning and at night while hay should be in the stall always within its reach It is going to take rigid economy to carry our farm stock through this if we are to have a winter of aver age severity says ocrat Our way to economize feed and a great economy it is as oui farmers can tell us to prepare shelter for them to resist the cold and drenching rain and snows which caus es them especially cattle to drift so seriously These shelters need not be costly A break wind made in the most simple manner with forks and poles and covered on top and on the will afford great as you will see that during such wea ther stock will betake themselves to it for protection Stock will stand low temperature without any serious results with a moderate amount of forage if kept dry your many tobacco barns that be empty by the time red winter sets in for this purpose also We have seen several letters written recently by large dealers in the East concerning the turkey crop In the west and northwest it is very large again this year In Kentucky the crop is about 70 per cent of the abnor mally large crop of last year and is about the average of other years About oneandonehalf million tur keysof last years crop are still in cold storage and dealers warn country buy ers that prices will not be high Ren aker Co say the prices here will be 5i cents in the country or 6 cents de livered Winchester Democrat A Juvenile Gallant Teacher instructing class on man Willie Brown for exam pIe if you were sitting in an electric car every seat occupied and an old lady enters what would you do I would pre tendl waisleepin TitBits 4 Her Complaint Why do of him as incon siderate and asked her dearest friend He deliberately and from giving me an to refuse him answered the sweet young Post Am to Matrimony Niece As were both single auntie we havent any experience Maiden Aunt But Im older than you T4 Y t NieceeWell had a long er inexperience Puck Why He WaiT Afraid 3be You never come to call on me any more OHe rm afraid t Oh the dog is kept chained now Yes but your fathers kers Statesman P lbpe I was case of love at first sight with him how wealthy she was before he met kerTBrooklyn Eagle 5 V Yousay the child swallowed afife f dollar gold piece and you performed on him said the caller Yes replied the doctor I needed the money Yonkers Statesman CoBldat Viie Him Cholly So you think I am top slow She Yes You dont evem make the youhff men jealbuji The Smart from oo torn d y profitably corn madeAmerican the eastern is westside protection extremely Utilize nersNow TommyPlease sir If youspeak disappointing opportunity thingchicago uve I notYon S ar Ic tB Jyes e lIadhea d r to crGeloj for any use t tDtJi Q i iJf i r T kt r t have project winter refrain yesy Prepared understand Hi CHEAP STATUETTES Large from Scfcpbls for tap nut Sale fur the NUde While it is not difficult to good American workmen for carry ing out schemes of interior decora tibns it is impossible yet to get native born men capable of modeling stat iiettes and busts such as are sold on the street corners and in many of the art shops All the workmen employed in factories that produce these are Italians chiefly from Tuscany This is equally true of those who follow this trade hi Germany and France The Tuscans appear have a nat ural ability for that sort of work that has given them the monopoly of it says the New York Sun The great majority qf these busts and statuettes are copied directly from the originals wherever they happen to be and then the molds are made from thatf copy and sent to all parts of the world the statues be ing cast in tile place where they are to be sold Tn the larger shops in this city however a certain amount wf original work is done in order to keep pace with the popular demand for representations of the hero of the hour A great many of our most distinguished poets authors and statesmen whose busts are exposed for sale on the street corners never sat for these portraits Some modeled the head after a pho tograph and occasionally has pro duced such good work that it is al most a pity the sculptors name should remain unknown The chief purchasers of these casts from the larger maker are the high schools all over the country They demand of course not only classical subjects and copies of ancient has reliefs and architectural details but also busts of famous men and women from every period of the worlds his tory Such a wide range of subjects is covered by this demand that 7000 and 8000 titles are included in some of the catalogues issued The fac tories where these figures are turned out exhibit in their showrooms an assortment and confusion of time place and nature bewildering to look at The process of casting these stat uettes is a comparatively simple one when the mold is once completed The material used plaster of paris is cheap and a very excellent quality is produced in this country When the statuette conies out it is pure white and covered with ridges made by the different sections of the mold These ridges are carefully removed and then the cast is placed in an oven and heated at about ISO degrees After it has been baked certain length of time it is plunged into a solution of stearJc and kept there until thoroughly saturated Then when it has dried the yellow color is gained by applying to the surface a solution of beeswax tur pentine and coloring matter This color will not wash off and of course any shade can be produced at wilt The demand for nude statues In the art schools is growing less every year said one of the largest of these casts That is because people are realizing more and more that artists must draw from the hu man figure itself if they wisfi to un lerstand the human form We get more orders now for draped figures in the art schools and for busts in the high schools Until very recently the busts of most of the celebrated Americans which we sell had been made in Italy from photographs sent over from this country and manj mistakes occurred in matters of de tail like the cut of the coats and coj lars We are trying to do these now in a more modern and characteristic way and occasionally have been fur nished with photographs by their familiesThe which are carried about the streets wrapped in yellow tissue paper or are displayed on the sidewalks or on the steps of unoccupied houses are made by quite a different set of manufac turers The large dealers do not sell to these street peddlers at all The peddlers have their owh little work rooms which furnish them with their stock at a much lower rate than the regular dealers charge No originals made in these ateliers and most of the molds are gained by taking them from a cast bought from some other firm The stearic acid bath left out of the process and the color of these cheaper works washes off The peddlers of these stptuettes stand in about the same relation to sculptors and sculpture that the hand organ players do to music and jnusi clans They reflect fairly the popular taste and the best of all their stock From time to time there is a market for the bust of some particuldr man as there was for that of Admiral Dewey but Admiral Dewey he played out now said one of these those sales are always tem models of Venus with which the pub lie familiar Rows of Cupids and heads winged Victorias and busts of Wagner conic and go their presence in the stock of nearly every street peddler Small The smallest horse probably that was ever fitted with a set of shoes by any horseshoer in California occu pied a place in the shop of a Peta luiria blacksmith not long ago It was a sixmbnthsold Shetland pony One of a herd a Los Angeles man was down from Jlendocino where they had pastured during tiejiumnier The roads had Worn ts bari feejand shoeing The shoes fashioned foutl of a steel bar when fitted to the ponys feet were a trjfle larger than silver dollar set A womanwearing and grammar seems like tinge new wine into ptiT Wil JF stington Ii Democrat Dean secure 0 fora Mid makers harmonious are i ac ording Tanagrafigurines once menand alwaysindemand ofmonks Tanagrafiguriness l Horseshoes bringing Ii tpiec weIghed for Oo diamonds uSfug u t 4 tr jf r1 5 5 FigureS Less workman consequently accurately fare sur comm ty been necessitated and thfuIljustfourouceg an ounce ecb shoeSaFrancjirno Cliion- ide Deut WeflT efhei A SAD WARNING The Man Who Lost Ills Faith In God Simple Trust Better Tbaa Agnosticism X A few years ago a widely known evangelist brought great grief to the hearts of his friends and the Christian public generally by the announcement that he was no longer in sympathy with evangelical views His divergence slight at first became more and more radical with each passing week until burning all bridges behind him he declared that the Bible stood across the path of human progress and that Jesus had no message for this present age His mission he said was to emancipate the human mind from the slavery of superstition and belief in traditions New songs were writ ten which struck at old beliefs and heralded a new pantheistic God of love and reason With a smile upon his lips and the air of a man who has found a new world of unfettered liberty he spoke to crowded houses in one of our great cities It was soon apparent even to his admirers that the smile and manner were but masks He bad no message that men needed Like one in whom all sweetness has turned to bitterness he only could de nounce where once he had praised and destroy where once he had bnided It was a nightly conflagration in flames of lurid rhetoric of all that he had for years asserted were the eternal truths GodNot far from where he had erected the funeral pyre of his own faith and that of his fathers lived a friend of his young manhood The years had but strengthened the friendship They had spent many days together in Christian service and had seen of the fact that the Gospel is the power of God unto salvation It was to this friend that the evangelist confided his changed views before he proclaimed them to the world and it was this friend who knew better than any other the forces which worked the deplorable change A trusting Christian himself he did not turn from his old companion in the faith even when that companion turned from the Lord He attended his meet ings spoke words of frt idiiness made him a welcome visitor to his house One night as they sat together on the eve of a long MI voices ceased and a hush ftll upon them Both knew that their thoughts were with the past The Christian man knew that the heart of his friend was not at rest In the silence he prayed By the way old fellow said he speaking at last I was over a the town of B last week Do you re member the meetings you held there several years ago The evangelist looked up and nodded affirmatively Well do you remember the night that you asked some one to shut the door of the church and a drunken man called out Dont shut the door Jesus Cfirist never shut the door on anyone and you took his words as your text and at the close of the sermon went down to where he sat and talked with him Again the evangelist indicated that he remembered I saw that man when I was there When you went to hold your meetings he was a drunken brutal sot He was a menace to the peace of the community and worse than worthless to his family Today he is of the honored citi zens of the place He Irres in a beauti ful home and is surrounded b3 a happy family He is foremost in every good work and is blessing his community by the example of a splendid Christian manhood He says it all grew out of the talk which you had with him that night when he came to hear you and in his drunken condition interrupted you Dear old friend have you in your new gospel tha t will work such a transformation in a man as that He did not answer but bowed his head and as the tears started from his eyes and unspeakable sadness stole over his face said I could not come back if I would What did he mean Iknownot Was it because he had drifted so far that lie felt he could never reach the harbor of faith again Was it the barrier of pride that kept him from seeking the Fathers face Was it the overwhelm ing sense of his sin in denyihghis Lord Was it his fear that Christian people would always distrust him never more give him their confidence In his heart he knew that he had wan dered far from home With an insane fury like that produced by demoniacal possession he had hurled opprobious epithets at his Lord His Word and His church It was a fit of spiritual mad pees It was the eclipse of faith lIe has come to himself He is sane enough now to recognise the supreme test of any its fruits ye shall know it But yet he wanders because he still labors under the delusion that be cannot come back In this sad experience is a warning to all who trifle with that faith which the gift of God He who loosens him self from his moorings to the supreme truths of the Word of God is ever in danger of drifting out into a shore less sea of despairing doubt an exhortation to all of us to gentle and longsuffering as the Lord with who have been s CHARACTER AID VALITY The first are the second childhood the third girlhood the fourth fully developed Womanhood Infancy of age on and 00 t slpa Ia I I heir ta- B on andwould teachingby Is Herds b pitiful those hIT Seven Stages of Women Until the age of the 5 V apparently witnesses I anything is matured and few character being After that ipes occur In the real a cessation of a habit estab lished In girl hood causesa disturbance of the system that taxes the strongest constitution Jntnostcises ofXlfe healthy wo seems w her I a wK n psed the in use with a new but in others where the seeds of disease have ben lease of life sinmberln the change gives them acUv more Wjy LB FEMALE REMUTHt- iOie medicine that put the menstrual organs perfectly natural state those yeaw of At this period of mess treat cessation It regulates and tones up the sys M leOa Jt yaggravated form In from r tresilce 4 f increased sad spgesr in a Sold bottle 1 ry A en womsaYU Send address MULTII Rheumatic are the cries of been by the accumulation of waste matter in the system and can no supply the and health food they require The whole system the acid not until the blood has been brought back to a healthy will the aches and cease Mrs Kell of Ninth N B Washington D C writes as A few months I i RhelllluhIisffi achingjoints sustaining purifiedand uJes a o had an attack S streets tism in its worst form The was so intense that Ibecame completely pros tested was an oils I was attended one of the most able in Washington who is also a of a leading medical here He told m severe one and regarded doctors faculty to continue his prescrip tions aud 1 would get After i filled longer Having recommended for Rheumatism I decided almost and after I had taken a bottles I was able to hobble around on crutches and very soon there after had no use for them at S S S cured me sound and well AH the distressing pains have left me my appetite I am happy to again to perfect health slightestbenefitheard of So S SSw retnrn In despair however to give the medicine a trial the great vegetable and is the in all There are no or idealremedy minerals it to disturb the digestion and lead to ruinous habits have a special book on Rheumatism which every from this disease It is the most complete and interesting book of the It be sent free to any one desiring it Write our physi cians about your case We make no for medical advice 9 THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA with the spiritual malady of doubt and negation to believe that God our prayer for them and that they wil be restored to spiritual health and power Here is a plea to every wander child of God who has renounced faith and turned from the old ways to apply the supreme test Call to mind the facts of time life of simple trust and compare them with the facts of the life that now you live and then remembering the story of the other days hasten home to the Fathers heart T ev Walter Galley in Baptist Union In every sea the big fish eat the little Stayed Up Four3earold Mamie was riding her older sister Lou on the old family horse When urging it to trot Lou asked Does it bounce you too hard Mamie No gasped the little one 1 dont hardly bounce 1 just stay up all the Companion A Culinary Note Cannibal Kings highness this missionary hopes you will spare him He claims he is a great cook and a genius at up new dainties out of his head Cannibal inform him I intend having some soup made out of his head this noon Brooklvn Eagle Cool Mary her father called down stairs just ask your young man if he doesnt think its pretty near bed timeYes papa replied the sweet girl after a pause George says if youre sleepy go to bed by all delphia Press New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE Pacific Coast In effect Sunday May 10 The new train will leave St Louis at 9 a m daily Evening train to same points 1010 p in daily Double daily Only line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco Excur sion tickets now on sale For further Information address R G T y Tarveling Pass Agent Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Insure with the New Turk Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance Ca G B SwinebroadAgt ORGANIZED 1833 in Ve will charge will hear prodigal- of ones Just behind timeYouths ChamberlainYour making KingYou meansPhila service lng ICITEM NATIONAL Ml or ITiIOABTEa Capital f50uw Surplus Fund 1OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED M Hisa oTHA t frwidem W O KlMBt AielsUHt Cmiki qDWAUCU DIRBCTOK8 j Jtfc jlfewt r CJuefalbtitAUeatl01laraateel i yLUUU ylcePresideus HU CuJdel too 88IeJ I KJIJJJDO a Liwli 3 1 Lwis YLzvaLL- T3LA331i13 3PImou Ja3W1L s Real LANCASTER KY ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to and those who wish to sell who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale withus Ve will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either diiectly or Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us DAVIDSON r1fLJ1Iji 8H MU m I J gents Havingassociated buy Those L Iud indirectly jour T Estate No 1 louse antI Lot in 3IcCreary Ky Fine location for Hoc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hallway 3 varundtis and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden slat with strawberry bed and a nice orchard iplciidid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and Ei5 feet deep or itS fee deep if desired a part jf the Dr O P Hill property Splendid build lug site for a nice residence in u good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to knit Purchaser On Eiri J J street adjacent to item i Hill street 325 feet deep or 125 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid tile Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Plaes Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or hemp laud the rest Is rich and productive ever failing water and lencing in good repair Laud has well treated story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 9 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Maui Street 100 feet front 417 feet deep Nice residences are building mill around this property In this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 15S Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky River In Garrard county about 4J miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres In apple orchard good peach oichard Groom twostory house in good and all necessary outbuildings Land in Polleys Bend is fast increasing iu value No Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of anti About miles from Lancaster All good strong land very productive under good fence and abundantly watered house is 2 storys high containing 6 rooms two tenant good barn ice house cry and all other necessary out buildings are on the place Close to church school and well fitted for stock raising No 20 Farm Containing 1GO acres about 2 mileslfrom Carters vile in Garrard county And of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO 01 IH acres in grass good corn and toboceo laud watered by pools and creek never fail under good 2 story house containing 8 rooms with back cud and goou sulphur well at door 2 barns stock and tobac latter 3Cx40xlti Church wlthiu 1 mile of residence ond school within of a mile A money making farm nicely situated 14 600 Acres of Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and Eastof Flat River on the Ciuciuuat Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 13 House and Lot near Sul jjhur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot iu Lan So 2 peen 1 cisternuew property rep- aIrs 19 Br alltsdlle 8 I 0 NoJ CoulltyKr I castel young 1t f S No i Farm of 0 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom oi Copper Creek Just across land Rcekrastle ine All bottom level and prednrtu v uever failing stoekw t T story 1 f lnt am illnecessary ontbnildiug Post su i ptn af ter April 1st 111 Prive within the nth of men of moderate means No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dun Yille Avenue Known is the old Franklin lasatitiU erty Iot is 14S f t front OB Dnuvi ie Ax r ut and 105 feet in depth Ilcn6 a fvyframe hntidiwgs tarxe MiHodioiix ani cnveniently every partUur lia rooms huHway Utvhvit and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rf islarge and house we I Hoii has been lately remodeled and eittnsitv jm proved and place geiiKritlly re airrd 1 ov ly situation nice eonvenfeat Loose and all it a rock bottom price Poasusaioa givta desired Xo 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the JUrksYiile Pike Very fertile TTi acres of Jfttndill hemp or tobacco land 7 acre lit balance undei cultivation watered by nv r failing springs ritue is in repair Uoue 1J stories containing 6 ruoms porch ai l ia tked porches uod cUteru guest bo id ijbarn and good uuUMiiMingt Very Inrg and well selected orchard eoutaliiing aiany varieties of fruit A tine farm of nwdorMestze House antI Lot Sitnafed in tIt City of Lancaster On the North side of Danville street neirthe Intersection of Inuldin street n i i s the property owsmlby Mrs A t l r penter Good house and Untied irixExamine the premises and call sad jrt our No 7 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Maui Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below buck hall varanda h R4 comely finished inside and conveniently eou structcd large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 4 J7 feet in depth nice stable lot and largo garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks fer Itself No 14 Farm Containing 159 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard cultivation balance in grass gooa pasture land under good fence aud watered by never failing spines and ponds 12 acres In orchard in fruiting prime best varieties in all kinds of fruit Good story cottage house nicely finished and conveniently arranged with a storeroom asxio feet adjoining it Post office known as Flatwoods is kept at the store andIs an excellent location for a country store A good place for a coming merchant to make money and make it fast iVo 5 Farm of Acres on the Sugar Cruk Pike 2 miles front Lancaster fine tobacco or hemp laud brings tint wheat and corn remainder In gross Stock water In abundance Sufficient throughout last years cottage residence barn icehouse and all nec essary outbuildings splendid cistern etcWell worth what we want fot it tile land J rop is in I T CiJalt1 tit u gras fill lrice milefrom 13 whIchhave fruItlug I arranged a and Irotuciive good latch near 3B For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson Louis Landram LawOfiice Over Stormes store Con tral JJecord oilice Rp