You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central Record: n. Thursday, November 21, 1901. Central Record. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1901 cen1901112101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central Record: n. Thursday, November 21, 1901. Central Record. Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TWELPTll TEIK Entered at the Pot Office in JTy as Second Class Matter LOUIrf LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOV 21 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR J I c f 7 JlU r if h1c 1nttuA tothLancaster vly Jsi Tight Heating Stoves Fire All Night t I I I I I I I lAir hold Will burn coal or slack Every one guaranteed delivered and put up in your house wood See line of 4 COOK A A AliAitT T T T J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors For D1l111y STOl S J HIHaselden r H t 0 dour Arterial and Cavity E A Specialty Pull Line of Furniture anti tiarpats R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or on for sums of 500 upward r loaned THE HOME NEWS i Several valuable communications were crowded out this issue Fun Fun Fun A bushel of fun Old Time Fiddlers Contest 28th Monday is county court and we hope all then its no use it See Sextons Comedians at house tonight 21st Prices 25 35 50 cents QRev Roswell of Louisville will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church next Sunday morning No preaching at night Special revival services will begin in the Baptist church Sunday Dec 1st with Rev O M Iluey of Carrollton Ky assisting The Old Time Fiddlers Contest be the most novel entertainment given in Lancaster Help the Clubto make itagreat success Touched For Hid Sparkler Former Governor W O Bradley to the Louisville detectives that he had missed a ninetydollar diamond ring from his apartments in the Watkins Flats and fears it has been stolen K O X ill A special meeting of tile is called for Dec 4th at 7 p in The slate commander will be here to ex emplify the entire work and several new candidates will be initiated With a death rate of only G per a membership of 525000 and a surplus of 1400 000 it is considered by many as the most progressive order Timely Varulinj An says that a man was recently tined 25 for listening to a telephone message passing over a line in which he owned a phone and telling what he overheard The theory was that messages or conversa Lion over the wires are confidential and the fact that he owned a phone gave him no right to repeat anything he might have heard either by or otherwise Jf you have a phone you will agree that is a law although sometimes you happen to hear some very amusing and interesting things which were not intended for your ears thosebut Commercial reported thousand of tht age exchan e afterwards accident this good rand rvw say op ti e1 M bee m Wv 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 as Dry Goods Notions Fancy Goods Hosiery Underwear Cloaks Furs Blenkets Comforts Carpets Rugs Mattings Boots Shoes Hats Cloth ing Furuishing Goods Etc COME Your will tell a bet ter and bigger story here than can any advertisement of ours This house is the home of positive satisfac tion Logan Bonds Bo j l i t i a lf l0rjjliilifjlfjJqj 1T I 0 D I ITS U TO YOUI I i4 10 w I 0 I AND SEE I f I I 1 I Dry i ri e i 1 Y IfiZ 1 Xfl4 t iiI t t p 55 j pd p eyes o m S l fle c D 0 Q Q 0 0 Q 0 0 B Buys In Rockcastle Mt Vernon Colonel S C was here from Garrard Monday and bought a farm in this county near from J W Coffey The Christian Endeavor prayer will be led Sunday night by Miss Willie Belle Burnside Subject Thanksgiving All cordially invi ted to be present If you want a firstclass oyster stew or fry and at the same time desire to help a noble cause attend the supper to be given by the Christian at Mason hotel tomorrow Friday night Seven Arrested City Marshal S D Turner went to Lowell on Monday and arrested seven colored men charged with shooting fightertried by Judge Brown Keep the good work going Dee Extraordinary Go to the opera house tonight and hear Kentuckys Prima Donna Miss Xeva Nelson of Newport You will also witness uptodate specialties and hear good comedians the farce My Uncle From New York 25 35 ahd 50c Reserved seats at J E Stormes drug store Confederate Veterans Attention Mr Joe Arnold requests THE REC ORD to say that every Confederate veteran in the county is earnestly re quested to be present at a meeting to be held at the court house in next Monday court day at 130 oclock There is business of interest and importance to every old soldier and they should not fail to be present Oyster Sapper The Christian Endeavor Society will an oyster supper at the Mason Hotel next Friday evening the 22nd The public is invited and it is hoped that they will be liberally patronized as they need money for song books literature and to meet other expenses Thpsr young people are doing noble work for the cause of Christ and the people encourage them will be served in any style and the social committee will see that everyone has a pleasant evening Ad mission 25 cents Severe Accident Last week while feeding Alex Gibbs one of Gar rards most prominent farmers got his left hand caught in the fan of the machine badly lacerating and three fingers and seriously the entire hand Had the been running at the usual rate it would have torn the entire arm from his body but fortunately the engine was going at a slow rate and was quickly stopped He is suffering great pain but the doctors think the entire hand can be saved Causing iTIucJi Trouble For some unaccountable reason the contractors have never completed the bridge at Paint Lick and the absence of the structure is causing much and no end of cuss words The abutments have been completed for some time but when THE reporter there Thursday night no part of the bridge had We understand the fault is with the contractors but some one is to blame and on behalf of the Paint Lick people THE RECORD asks the court to get after those at fault with be a sharp stick Will Remain In Lonlsvllle a The Louisville Times has the follow ing of interest to Mr Gowens many friends in Lancaster At the Broad way Christian church last night the Rev George Gowen announced that he had decided not to accept the call from the First Christian church of Allegheney Pa The offer was tempt ing The salary is 3500 nearly twice as large as that paid by the Broadway church Dr Gowen preached at the Allegheney church recently and made fine impression Dr Gowen said that he did not want to leave the work he had started here end of the service he was thanked by the co congregation for his decision to re J An exchange says Farmers who F wants to shuck out their corn might J try the plan of pouring a bucket of er water in the top of the shock in the evening it is said to put the fodder in be good shape by next morning A good an farmer told several years ago that he had tried this plan arid would rather do that than wait for cold snowy weather to shuck corn He thought he could shuck the corn enough faster in warm weather and longer days to make up for the time it took to haul the water Also the corn that goes to waste when it stands out late in the winter would be saved and would be that much clear gain riments along this line might befound quite one la I athas Conway tomeeting Endeavor in Ad- mIssion Lancaster ive should Oysters mashing injuring machine annoyance RECORD was arrived Atthe main a ri ft IV M l Pull a shredder bfr A Pew ex beneficial ins Cider pe d c in If you are a friend to Lancaster you should help the Commercial Club in the Old Time Contest by going at once and having your seat for Nov 28th Death of Mrs Hill Many Lancaster people extend deep sympathy to Col T P of Stanford on the death of his beloved wife Mrs Hill died Saturday after a lingering illness Building Fine Rouse Work on the Presbyterian parsonage has been commenced and is being pushed rapidly If the present plans are carried out to the letter this will be one of the finest and most conveni ent buildings in town The moon will rise at 730 on the of the Old Fiddlers Contest so that all who may atted from the will have silva lurla Gods night lamp to pour silver light in their path on their return home Thanksgiving Service The Thanksgiving service will held at the Methodist church at 10 oclock Rev A R Moore will preach the sermon Special music is being for and a delightful hour of praise and thanksgiving to God is an ticipated A Great Temperance Lecturer THE RECORD is asked to announce that Mr W T Bundick Virginias temperance orator will speak at the Christian Church In this city Monday night the 25th He is one of the most prominent lecturers on the and a large crowd will take ad vantage of the opportunity to hear him Special Sunday Dinners Beginning the 17 the New Garrard Hotel will serve special dinners every Sunday evening beginning at 530 oclock All the delicacies of the sea son will be served at these dinners A great many of our citizens have been taking their Sunday evening meals at the Garrard and this will prove quite popular Bible Society The Garrard County Bible Society met in the Presbyterian church Sun day night and elected officers for the ensuing year Reports of officers show the organization to be in a flourishing condition The depository is at J A Beazley Cos furniture store and if you havnt a copy of the scriptures go there and receive one free of cost Please Remember An obituary notice was sent us from Paint Lick this week but as the name of the contributor was not signed of course we caimot publish Itdoes seem that people should remember the fact that newspapers will not publish items unless they know from whence they came The name is not wanted for publication but merely for our own information About Telephones As stated ftp last issue the City Council refused to grant the Bell peo right of way into town The local Independent people offered the Bell the use of their poles for two wires into town but this offer was re fused The Council thinking there must be something buncomb about the move decided to grant no to time Bell The Council believes standing up for home enterprises in preference to any foreign concern and if everybody in town will look at things the same way we will all make much greater strides toward success Last Thursday just before noon the residence of Mr Wm Cook on the old Danville pike was discovered to on fire As no one was at home it had gained considerable headway passers on the pike saw it Only few household effects were saved The house together with a number of outbuildings burned to the ground We understand Mr Cook had no in surance and his loss will reach the neighborhood of 4000 The dwelling was a pretty one and only a few years ago was completely remodeled by Mr Cooks father the late Mr J VCook Improvements on Christian Church The officers of the Lancaster Chris tian church have decided to make some extensive improvements on the building and decided fully upon the plans The building committee is of the following gentlemen E Stormes chairman K F Postel secretary J A Beazley J J Walker Ed Price Victor Lear R L Elkin B Hudson A C Robinson and Judge S Robinson As soon as the weath permit next Spring the ing work will be done The floor will elevated back to aslant of two feet arch be cut in the rear wall and a baptistry made with robing rooms on either side the present school room be moved back of the two rooms mentioned a steel cell ing will be put on the buildlnga tile floor will be placed in the vesti bule the will be remodeled and concrete pavements made in front around the building The work will cost 3000 and when completed the church will be of the beat and moat Mnyeniettt the state I reserved night country bee arranged platform I privilege FIre Sunday toiler and somewhere I j i Fiddlers plea before posed will fellow will will main near l w t MMMMM MMMf Easiness and Bargains M M M M M M M M M M H Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Closing miscelaneous books at cost J C Thompson What is nicer than a pretty rug We have them in all stylesJ Joseph Why shiver all night when you can get a pair of elegant blankets for a song at J Josephs Use Japalac on all wood work floors and furniture makes look new Thompson v I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling R M West 103tf Go at once and have your seat for the Old Time Fiddlers Con test at 50 or 75 cents We have ladies and childrens un J Joseph Turkeys for Sale A few fine yellow bronze turkeys toms and hens J W Elmore Lan caster s We are making a special drive on bed comforts and can give you bargains Come see J i Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son The finest gold fills 150 amalgum 75cts Dr Hobson dentist At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf House for Rent at once Price 100 a year or 9 per month Apply to J R Haselden nov213t Telephone Ring Hello Hello Hello Well Is that the Mill Yes What about that feed ordered Well what about the pay Receiver is hung up t t i i out our wor reserved prices extraordinary Richmond streetCistern stockot 4 Joseph Fresh herring grits and H Flakes at T I will give you the highest price either in cashNpr groceries for your eggs T Curie Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey 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 f J C Hemphiil Dont miss the Old Fiddlers Contest on the night of Nov 28th A fine violin will be given the winner Our stock of hosiery and ladies shoes cannot be equaled in this section We mean what say when we tell you this J Joseph That Settles It Scott Farris will represent Crab Orchard at the Fiddlers contest He will play Chicken Pie and Run Nigger Run Our handsome line of dress goods is attracting wide attention the many pretty patterns J Joseph German Millet Seed We are in the market and will pay the highest cash price for same H A B Marksbury Son The best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist 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 Hemphiil 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 1 am in a position to serve my cloth ing customers better than ever before so I would be glad to have my old take advantage of it J C Hemphill Stenography sad Typewriting Miss Lenna Hobbs is prepared to do stenographic work and typewriting and will be glad to wait upon anyone desiring that kind of work Her charges are fifteen and twentyfive cents a page Call up Central tele phone office Curtsys we Richmond customers See A nice line ofglassware at TCurreys V My Uncle from New York tonight Per Sale A very desirable house and lot on Danville street formerly owned by JW Elmore Address J N Robinson or J E Robinson Lancaster tf Quite a number of my customers be glad to serve others in the sameway J C Hemphiil Notice Coal COBSHMI Pure Jellico and Blue Gem Coals always on hand and for sale at thelowest cash price We solicit your patronage and will make it a point totry to please you Give us a trial Ijan02 jBerMr T B Long the genial proprietor of the New Garrard Hotel has arrang ed to serve a splendid dinner Thanks stead of preparing dinner at home MENu Oysters a la Creme CeleryBroiledand Sliced Lemon ROASTS Roast Turkey Dressed with Celery and Cran berry Sauce Baked English Hare Broiled Quail on Toast ENTREES Boiled Ox Tongue Creamed Salmon Macaroni Baked with Cheese Italian Style Deviled Crabs on Half Shell VEGETABLES Browned Creamed Potatoes French Dress ed Sweet Potatoes French Corn dressedCreamed Escalloped Tomatoes Creamed Turnips REUSHES- Dnrkeef Salad Dressing Cheese Worchetershire Sauce Pickles Tomato Catsup Sliced Onions PASTRY Mince Pie Pumpkin Pie Pistachio Ice Cream Romeo and Juliet Cake Angel Food Cake Fruit Mixed Nuts Tea Coffee Milk Cocoa Dinner erved from 12 x to 2 30 P x Comedianstonight wintersuits planingmill charged thefOllowing S tom Ty y No Time as Good as Now And No Place as Good as Here to Buy Your Winter Suit I r I S 11 Dont make the mistake of waiting un til the seasons nearly over to buy your Win ter Suit Dont let the delusive bargain idea keep you from getting what you want while you can enjoy it all the season Now our stocks are full later they wont be Now you can get exactly what you want in som thing that will fit you later on youll have to take chances OUR SUITS ARE UPTODATE the very finest readytowear clcthes in the world We show suits at 18 15 and 1250 in all the correct fashionable shapes and our 10 750 and 5 suits are world A look is all we ask to prove the a assertionSee Bootees our Honest Mike boots our Walk Over shoes and our Flors heim shoes for men the best in the world Everything up to the moment in Ladies Fine Footwear Our furnishing Goods is full to overflowing with all the Novelties of the season at prices that stump all competition w eaters lc e Department r r representing l ThVOne Price ClotFv Furnisher Ii J Logan vJ 1 1jJ of lj j tJ tJiiitJlt t t fPBf yi s t lCY c it ii o I to I t and Y a f r c ft r I j 4 L I j I Keep Out Wet Interline with oiled fabric A handsoac snappy water tight shoe at a low price Cove in and try it on A iood investment lor fall wear Ward Sympson CENTRAL RECORD Am ladepeadeat Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAJiDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Nov zut 1901 FOR the first time in several years our townsman Col W O Bradley set his brogan in the White House McKinley gave the distinguished Ken the icy stare because Mr Bradley wouldnt dance to Hannas butPresident Roosevelt the fact that Mr Bradley is the his cellar door climb the apple tree in the White House yard and halloo down the rain barrel all he pleases A Kentucky pie hunter will get a cold potato unless he takes the exgovern ors autograph to Washington IT is said T Roosevelt is thinking of having another coon dinner This may be right or it may be wrong but at at any rate T shows his good by inviting Rastus m cold ther it would be bad policy to Mr Nigger warmed up while in the citizen of African scent in summertime he would then agree with the Southern people that it is bad policy SOME old quack doctor up waukee has sprung the Jtfgsfng germ idea gain people not to tnat pleasure Well in some cases this theory would come in quite handy but we have seen girls here Jp Kentucky that we would risk leprosy for one smack Itdepends altogether on the girl to be kissed whether one believes in the microbe tomfoolery GEN MILKS who came out in favor of the army canteen when that was up not long ago has become frightened at the rattle of W C petticoats and now says its the of evils and should be abolished The general evidently has a friend at home who sends him a jug for his use A CHICAGO physician has a surgical repair job calling for two human ears and has found two man willing to sell their ears for the purposes announces- a special from that city Thats We know fellows who have sold body and soul for a small mess of po 1 litical pottage BizMCKNIGHT who was con victed for irregularities in handling the funds of a Louisville bank has been granted a new trial which will make the third time the case has been before the court It takes the dough to make the mare go these days THAT the Elks go the whole hog or none was practically demonstrated at Cynthiana the other night when a pig was roasted and put on the table whole with a lemon in its mouth If your teeth have ached or letting loose it will pay you to Dr dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf 1 tu klan music recognizes Republican judgment probably and Ynsen subject T U greatest private nothing see Hob- son t aCt g A JOLLY FOR WATTEBSON Editorial Jn New York Sun The proposition to make Col Henry Watterson the Democratic candidate for Governor of Kentucky and then for President has arawn a heavy of compliment upon his head Every body says that he is all that he should be and more than any other candidate can be and it only remains for him to bow with his grace to destiny It seems to be hunting him and well he knows that it is useless to try to dodge ft Many friendly voices of the press say that he doesnt want the job That makes no difference if the job wants him If fate calls his name he will have to answer Some kindly voices remind him that in his long and brilliant series of cay airy charges he has ridden swarms of people down and slashed at thousands more What of it He has never for a Quaker or a member of the Peace Society He Is always ready to fight but he is perfectly willing to be reconciled when satisfaction is given Tierce quart a hit bind up your arm my boy and let us go into the garden I know whereon the julep grows Why if there is more fire in Col Watterson than all the waters of Ohio and here is in him milk of human kindness enough to fun a dairy for all these United States If tIle Colonel has given hard blows he has also taken them with a smiling face In these contests there is no and so the Colonels score cant be compared with that of his Almost every politician in the country has been in the ranks of the latter at one time or another and by his choice so much as by the incorrigible desire to whack when he sees it Sometimes the Colonel has spitted most of the party lays up no and we dont believe that many of his Democratic opponents lay up much Militant as he is he is eireni cal in purpose He is one of those gay and gallant fellows who spend their time Fighting like devilsfor conciliation We never see him honing his trench ant blade or laying about him with it without thinking of the Ense petit placidam and so on of the coat of arms by the sword he seeks peace under liberty The Democrats want peace and a candidate that can bring it The see ond Harry of the West Young Henry not old Harry is just the man for them It is becoming evident that in spite of his modesty be begins to think so himself He cannot help writing about Presidents and the White House To get thePresideocy is only a chance a lottery ticket he says Yes but suppose he draws Jt There has been much that was mourn fill in the White House and about it He knows the story well the long fu tile ambitions of so many American statesmen They took the thing too seriously He knows that the chance is small and he is happy where he is and not eager to move Still what is written is written Col Watterson recommends Mr Roosevelt to recommend that the White House be used for business purposes only The Colonel means to be comfortable in Washington if ever he draws the ticket tefcSr Democratic habitual setup Mississippican uthorized way of coun JJ adversaries Colonels ahead Democratic bathe malice Massachusetts own It requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Hf iC II II i t t t II II t t II I A Registered Pharmacist years ot experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store J1 t 3 CRoberts J1It O tI J J 11 I i Drug Store s 1 1 is Ol a p TIME AT PAINT LICK Kalgfits of Pythlxt I odge Installs A BlsSBpp rSerred Welcome Extended Vi Itpr Those of the local Knights of Pythias lodge who were fortunate enough to be present at the of the Paint Lick lodge last week will never forget the royal reception given by the hospitable people of that thriving little city The lodge was organized by Mr L A Slade who is well known to every Pythian in the state There were about eighteen dnnn by the Lancastee team several brothers assisting There were also members present from Richmond Burgin Danville and other lodges At the conclusion of the first and degree work tile lodge adjourned and the visitors invited to supper at the Veranda Hotel This was served by the ladies of the Paint Lick church and was we say unhesitatingly the best supper we ever saw furnished by a church There was nothing on the knickknack order but it was first class solid supper old ham chicken homemade light bread pickles coffee and fine biscuits being in great abundance As a ting you are given about twenty kinds of salad and as many of cake on such occasions but here wo met with the agreeable BUF prise of getting a genuinesquare meal fit for ye gods The Paint Lick lodge is composed of splendid material and has a bright future The members are substantial business men and if th e will now look well to the ballot box and keep out even one objectionable character they will always have good lodge and one that will prove great to the community Paint Lick is one of the best ness centres in this part of the state tie amount of business done something remarkable The stores are well supplied with everything in their respective lines and you can find anything you mer cantile line business has so that within the past year a bank has been established and is doing a great amount of busiuess The citizens are the hustling kind no mossbacks ber Inp allowed to throw a damper over improvements They are ed Christian peoplewho are nova so happy as when doiftg a good turn for friend or visitor GOAT HAIRS Banker Kemper made a splendid candidate and held the reins over Bib ly with aj ease though the latter in an unguarded moment tripped and threw him Sweet Music Rucker was also a bareback rider of great skill and had some trouble in unseating him Dr Casenburg had all sorts of with tbe goat and the butts he re ceived were very telling the scrimmage Doc came out second Billy Fish who went in as a charter member was quite ill but remained to the meeting however and did much to make the visitors feel at home gTeF feWsrajnu JoeWatefs of the Stanford Democrat wanted to know if supper was ready and it was with great difficulty he was kept from breaking into the dining room Bright Swinebroad is still looking for the fellow who said he ought to wear a bustle with that long tail coat Dr C Edwin Poyntz can entertain with as much ease and grace as he can give a pill He worked hard in up the lodge and certainly largely toward entertaining the visitors Some girl wanting to take a good boy to raise will do well to see Doc Knights Swineford and Ely work to make all feel it was good to there they certainly succeeded Our good friend Billy Brown who is said by the L and N officials to be the best section boss on the road went with the boys but the goat d dn cut any ice With him THE RECORDS indefatigable C B Engleman is running the Veranda Hotel and is certainly giving his patrons the worth of their money Clarence Tate of the Stanford lodge Is a Kay Pea who takes great interest In the lodge and is a splendid hand in the work He captured the boys com pletely When Joe Waters was not blowing that horn he was blowing about sup per Bro Slade is a great Kay Pea and understands the work in every detail Bro R H Tomlinson without whom no meeting of this kind is com was on hand and made it inter sting especially so for seme of the boys work especially at the table With such an elegant supper and such pretty girls to wait upon toe ta bles its no wonder the vlsitorsate for two hours Paint Lick is all right and theres no discount on the fact Boys cant you another L L y Reliable and Gentle A pills a pill says the saw But there are pills and jpills want a which Is certain thorough and gentle Mustnt gripe DeWitts Little Risers fill the bill ly vegetable Do not force but assist the bowels to act Strengthen and invigorate Small and e yVto P T USi ased soul y erin is l r i I ers institution charter members The work was Stanford second splendid served different varieties benefit and therein want in the but finally sent Buck to grass trouble best e5r getting contributed be in correspondent Stanford Institu You pUI Ear Pure taker l e S lUG and flyal m gen I mere wholei Bill flowev d unceasingly and lete 45 FrIable I e Mr head Miss dist ne to ton rpu jJim j Per der G to jMrs the w of six has c w tog sill cle sus W P Grimes sold 50 acres of his land DM Anderson fur 35 peracre cash J M Cress sold 8 nice steer cattle to E Pence of Stanford for 335 per hundred Sam Ballard sold 5 yearling steers to Ammons of Rowland for 20 per Hayden Baylor has bought buggy Now girls there is a good chance There will be service at the dist church Thanksgiving at 11 a m Miss Nannie Thompson is visiting friends in Mt Vernon this week Kate Payne who has been visit log her sister Mrs Land at Rowland has returned home BRYANTSVILLE Country produce taken in exchange for goods at Mrs Haieldens The Christian Aid Society met last Tuesday with Mrs Mote Robinson Dr Elliott sold to J B Ruble 2 loads of corn at 275 per barrel in the heap Mr James Hills had about three barrels of corn taken out of his field nljt last week which he had shucked to haul home Rev Johnson wife and from Willmore who have been ron ducting a revival bore at the Metho church over a week returned home Monday We believe them to be Christians and wish them success wherever their lot may becast Rev preached nn interesting sermon at Pleasant Rill last Sunday not fill the pulpit next Sunday has been called tp hold a meet in Iowa but will have some opt preach in his place so all conic out Leslie Anderson of Central Uni verslty spent Sunday with his mother McMurtry of Washing City and three handsome chil dren parsed througj oiir viliige last afternppn enrputp tq bury to visit Mrs Anderson r Mi Born to the wife of Wm Campbell g daughter Geo Elam sold a fat hog tp Mpsp for 1850 C Cpjc bought 97 shocks of corn of Baylor for 80550 W II Furr sold a fat hog to Jose Hutphins for 550 a hundred C Clouse sold a fat bpg to William Campbell for 550 a hundred r bought three fat hogs of E H Walker for the market price Mose Miller sold 10 shoats to George Miller and Tom Collet for 450 a W H Furr bought 10 barrels of corn Of Fortner Barnes at 250 per barrel in the field J G Clouse bought a field of fodder from Martha Bell for ten cents shock W IT Furr bought 100 shocks of fod from Bill Harris of color for 8 cents a shock delivered 27 fat hogs SvKceaey Morgan farS4r90 per dred pounds W H Furr sold a fat hog that weighed 450 lbs to Henry Merit of color for 550 a hundred bought a field of corn of Martha Bell for 250 per barrel shucked down in the field There will be preachinf at Good Hope next Saturday and Sunday by pastor Rev F P Bryant Mr Bennett of Williamsburg has moved to his farm purchased of Mr B Gross a few years ago We are glad to report that Mr S Archers two littlfrgirls that was sick throat trouble are about well The protracted meeting at Good Hope has closed with about ten addi tons to the church four by letter and by baptism pr Farris reports Ebb Cook who been very sick of pneumonia as being convalescent Mr and Mrs E L Woods of Paint Lick Mr and Mrs w L Lawson visited the family of J Fox Saturday and Sunday Mr G Spangler visited W H Furr Satur day and Sunday HAMMACK S E Hammack sold two shoats to SE Hammack bought three shoats A J Hammack for 750 We need and want a telephone at Hammack That is what we are try to talk up at present and hope we Mr E D Cook is sick at this writing with pneumonia BrainFood Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities They have dispelled the notion that one kind of food for brain for and still another for A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but it will every other part Yet how ever good your food its is destroyed by Indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular doses of gust er the favorite medicine of the millions A few doses digestion stimulates the liver to healthy actionj purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous x t Special Almanac 6iri irks r huff t a A 2 L LCUEILVIJJIJE anew alone ajug Mrs J II Dillon hundred Mrs W Spangler C Fox Mrs P Koehler from will succeed needed another brains nutriment sAu Yo caIlgetplG B diu store r c e t Ito Val w ali Hut M aid 5 S nt IMet 10 MissYo veil den ill e sday Mm FLAT WOODS chins for 6 45 Nonsense muss tain maybe Green s u Greens reliable toinies Get eens 5 Tkc IQ ter The a Two A er one tt fi fcw and Of the as pl for to dig to to his j to yy of Je er is ch of vie Vvise and London they have a street lamp which provides a stream of boiling wa and dispenses ten coffee arid cooa heat of the lamp warms the wa ter and by dropping a cent in time slot gallon of boiling water may be had cents brings you mill sugar tea coffee etc The light and heat are provided by the city which coope rates with private corporation that furnishes the rest rural preacher finding the weath j warm pulled oft his coat and preached in his shirt sleeves After the sermon a good brother thinking an editor who was present would make a sensation of the incident said to the parson I dons suppose you knew when you pulled off your cmt today that of them newspaper fellows was at the Yes I did replied the preacher but I kept my eye pn the coat all he time the purchase of Presbyterian seminary at Danville for 4600 Joseph Weisiger of Boyle curries into posses of two of the most famous build legs in Kentucky having purchased a ago te McDowell residence otlice on SecoiuLstreet The Old Seminary building vas the capital the District of Kentucky before Kentucky became u State in Jn this building was also held the irst constitutional convention in ITS as well us a number of notable conven tions for the purpose of considering propriety and expediency of seek ing separation frpm Virginia So far known it is the oldest building in Gen Lee was not fighting for his OWn personal fame and glory was l lighting for revenge hut only in which he be Upyepl He was lighting for the cause and when he saw the cause was lost je stopped fighting Itis a brave man Jnfteed the courage to surrender when the time surrender has come although able to the struggle Gen Lees courage was e ual to every emergency and it was never called in question but he said that the sub Jinjest word in the English language was duty Not long ago the wife of a Western Kansas politician asked him to lav aside politics one day long enough to the potatoes in the garden After digging for a few minutes he went in the house and said lie had found a coin He washed it off and it proved be a silver quarter TIc put it in jeans and went back to work Pres ently he went to the house again and said he had found another coin He washed time dirt oil of it It was a silver dollar He put it in his Jeans worked pretty hard said he his wife I guess Ill take a short nap When he awoke he found that his wife had dug all the rest of the potatoes But she round no coins Itthen dawned upon her that she had An Atcbison woman has a habit of eating too much and she invented a method of knowing when she had enough and sill have her discovery patented says the Harrodsburg 4n ingeniously made little alarm bell is set in her corset and when the pressure of the corset from eating amounts to so many pounds to the square inch the alarm asset oil and the woman must quit Sometimes she is in the midst of a juicy steak or she just tasting a delicious dish of ice cream or she may have just reached her coffee when the pressure sets the alarm off then she quits visitors are at the house the alarm startles them a little at first but they soon get used to the The inventor says the alarm has been more benefit to her than a score of doctors Women anil Jewels Jewels candy flowers man that is order of a womans preferences form a magnet of mighty pow to the average woman Even that 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 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 heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system Itnot a cureaU but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all bron Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Al manac 6m When a man is too proud to beg and 1 too honest to steal he hunts up a gro Jumped OB A Ten Penny The little daughter of BIr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake Of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and second one half way through beriains Pain Balm was promptly ap plied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no was experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell is a wellknown merchant Forkland Va Pain Balm is an an and heals such injuries with oot maturation and in onethird the time required by the usual treatment Xor ely tiring gIst I i Ofllfrwfse h t too I y the ion clays Hill for a great Confederate who has prolong Democrat maybe gong t the greatest troubles You get Dr G G termmade J sale J i 8 1 o i i bee Fo 4 i44 4 4 meet iii vilIQ principle incletluil have nworked2 hen wels ial caii Nail Cham moresuff eptic r byB McBoberththu 5 Geo jf this tion time E Illd IDOl arid of in A Xi j in son or eh cb at hay talent Cdi l iKHjiepvIa un and have nev r ue1 inntbmir in ife that did n pnod did says C o u 1 y r by s i W Scrogtrs of IFall county Ga Being a physician I have prescribed if and found It totf ve tire best results the fond you eat remains undiKCfettd inyourslmnadi it decays there and poisons the system You can prevent by dieting but that means starva The worst cases quickly entree Never fails F P Friable 1m bonnet his wife wears to church rCut this out and tak it to R E McRoberts drug store and yet a free sample of Chamberlain Stomach curd Liver Tablets the best physic cleanse and invigorate the stomach i improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size c c per box It J McRobdris dniyylst lm NOTICE Hon R A Hurnside presiding Garrard county and lion L L Walker County torney of Oarraid county Gentlemen You are lurcby notified that thenwill on I hi 3rd day f p c make application to the HoardPrison to grant Ileuderson JUlies a pardon from the penitentiary undersentence for William will tile Sjich papers In support of necessaryof November 1001 Henderson June State of Kentucky UCounty of S5 that u true copy of the above noticewas to me in Garrard countythig Kith day of Sov looi Witness my hand this 10th day ofNov1001 R A Judge Garrard County Court I L T W kcr County Attorney Garrard county certify a truecopy of the above notice was given me Garrard county this of November Ljowis L Walker jiHl yt County Atty of Oamird Co HuOW after you have taken a Three Per Cent Gold Endowment Bond of The Mutual Life Insurance Company oi Kentucky as it provides for the future and you can then get real pleasure death should overtake you the will be independent Write immediately giving name and ad dress and we will call and explain R L DAVIDSON District Lancaster Ky C BECK Jr Special Agt State Bank Trust Co Building Richmond Ky ASSIGNEES SALE As Assignee of W S E IL and A K I will at the Court House Lancaster Ky on Nov 25 1901 County Court Day sell to the and best bidder tIme following real estate in Garrard county Kentucky About 81 acres A K Walker and others a part of the original A K Walker tract upon which is a small dwelling stables EtcAlso SO acres of 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 schools One tract adjoins A K Walker J W and otherthe other adjoins WS Walker Archer James G Burnside and others Both near good turnpike roads TERMS Onethird cash the residue in equal payments 1 and 2 years date with interest at the rate of 6 percent per annum train day of sale until paid Iwill sell the land upon a credit of and 2 the to give bond with undoubted security in theform of a negotiable note bearing in at the rate of 6 per cent per from day of sale until paid with lien on the land to secure the purchase money Purchasers may y so desire Possession given on compliance with terms of sale For full information call on W P Prewittr AJt or the un dersigned at Lancaster WILLIAM HERNDON Assignee Attorney At law KY Mone to loan at Spei ceittr on real estate mortgages J t t y J itiIfitUie tr mv that ian ID Yon cant judge a reliifon of A I 1sifJ sat Iran rUI Ky urn Ie Jude Hit ii Thanksgiving youknow Agt Yall er Monday fencing frOm pursing Kirksville AI If the A tin ii Inmin S l Iii t i gnierl t eta itt kill log LiiI I est num f S E ROBINSON LANCASTER ti 1t f I Jjgrr jtJI The Eye SpeGia1i t I krof L t O1flS ILIIE At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Tliursilay Dec 19 jc Diy Only Eyes Examined and Classes scientifically adjustetl Office hours 9 n m to5pm Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids strengthening and recon digestive or gans la the latest aut and tonic No other preparation can approach it in permanently cures Sour Stomach jSausea Sick Headache Cramps and all other results of digestion Price 50c anti 1 Large size ccvntalna2 or a by E C DeWJTT CO CBlcago CIVIL ENGINEERLancaster Ivy COUNTY SURVEYOR All bndiaess promptly attended to W 3IcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHSTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY G B SWINEBROADATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky OiTJcc over Thompsons store L F HUBBLE Attorney at law neal Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Soecial bargains in Blue Grass Farms Kadal t eft Dyspepsia t times lama edreQ L JOUT T truc small leD re 5ting ulence size J0ON1 Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments anti Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible Prices ran je from upward Call at works near tire depot S McGUlKE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY R KiNNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford a 4 Conueticst German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool Londom Globe North British MerehaHtile manner 8 J 1 ReDrcscntin J k CIIfHartflriICw v FolleEit Comllies 1 S 5 J t 2 S O t Eti i tl tfC j f I I 4 z t 4 I Iv2e srrs The People Mr Millard West few friends Tuesday evening Mr A IT Uke of Nashville was here a this week II Tomlinson and daughter Miss Margaret were in Danville Fri day Richmond Register Win Den ny of Lick wasin town Sun lay Mr Jesse Arnold and bride have ta ken rooms Mrs B ttison Dan yule avenue Richmond Pantagraph Miss Amy Davidson of Lancaster is visiting Miss Bessie Turley Rev Clias Reid and bright little daughter nlia have been visiting the family of Mr T W Reid Mrs 1 E Stormes left Monday fur a two weeks visit to her cousin Mrs Arthur of Covington Mr Louis DulY wife and baby of Stanford visited the family of Mr Alex Doty Saturday and Sunday Danville Advocate Miss Julia Mae Gaines left last night for a six weeks stay Alabama and New Or leans Capt W J Kinnaird will leave in a few days to spend the winter in fornia health has not been the best for some time and he goes to Dan yule Xews Mrs Fleece Robin son of Lancaster was down this week shopping Senator George Farris was in town yesterday He was on his way to Louisville Mrs Williams of Upper Garrard sent us a boquet of the largest chrys anthemums we have Al though plucked some ten days ago they remain as fresh as ever Lexington Leader Miss Van Green leaf of Richmond attended the pre scntation party of Miss Massy Thursday afternoon and was one of the guasts of honor She is Miss Dennys cousin and very attractive and handsome Xicholasville Journal Mr Brown Anderson has been made solo clario netist in Saxtons band Lexington which is a worthy compliment well bestowed Brown is a natural and on the clarionet and can hold his own will the best per formers in the State Lexington Democrat Mr and Mrs W P Walton and children of Stan ferd are welcomed to Lexington very cordially They came Wednesday and are now established in their handsome home on West Third street Both Mr and Mrs Walton already have num bers of friends here who will be glad of their having selected Lexington in which to make their future home A very delightful bowling party was enjoyed Wednesday evening by the following couples Joe Robinson Miss Francis Collier Ed Doty Miss Altie Marksbury Branham Beazley Miss Christine Bradley R n Batson Miss Stella Huston R L Davidson Miss Maggie Tomlinson George Palmer SMissMiss Mary Gill Mr Bohon Miss An Austin Will Walker cnce Harris John Anderson and Miss f t y e bout 4 cn t rlained a few tlayt n r Paint wit h I1u bard in Selma Ills recuperate I ever seen musician Miss 4 I Mrs I I V i J I I Cal 1 I I I I I Den I I I t lit I 1 i the F or Are constanaly new goods to their stock and each week can sliowr you somthing entirely and novel Dont fail to see their Hats before purchasing They take pleasure in showing goods 10 i new adding is p Alice Walker MsU D Simpson has been visiting friends in Crab Orchard Lee Ball was called from Cincinnati b theIdeat h of his father Mr Owen Shugars has been a few days in Louisville Carpenter of Stanford the handsome and attractive guest of Miss Christine Bradley Mrs Saml Johnson and little son and daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond M rs Mamie Spar ks and Miss Eunice Sparks of jSicholasville are expected this week to visit relatives in this city Ed Perkins W E Gilkerson Henley Bastin and Mat Siler attended the A O U W lodge at Stanford Monday night Rev Robinson is Middlesboro hold ing a meeting for the pastor Rev Bohon lIe expects to be gone about twelve days Richmond Register Miss Bessie Turley gave a dinner party Friday evening in honor of Miss Davidson of Lancaster Mr W J Romans has been in a few days this week He is one of the best carriage and buggy men in the business The many friends of Mr and Mrs R L Jennings are extending congratu the arrival of a little daugh tel christened May Thompson Mr John B Brewer formerly of this city but now one of the cleverest knights of thegrip making Lancas tel was here yesterday He is in fine health and as full ol wit as ever II T Logan is in Cincinnati this week buying additional goods He never lets his stock run low and is one of the few merchants who are not afraid of carrying over goods Mrs Burke who was Miss Maggie Palmer of this county of Junction City will visit Miss Nell Johnston this week She will be accompanied by Miss Anna Davis an attractive young lady of the same place D J E Cole formerly of Cincin nati but now practicing dentistry at Crab Orchard passed through to Buckeye last week where he was en tertained by one of the most popular and attractive young ladies of that city Misses Elizabeth Brown and Belle Simpson of Lexington who have been visiting their uncles Messrs W S and Richard Beazley returned day They are exceedingly attractive and pretty young ladies and their visit was greatly enjoyed by the young people of Lancaster Quite an enjoyable dance was given by the young men Monday evening in honor of Misses Elizaoeth Brown Belle Simpson of Lexington and Tev is Carpenter of Stanford Clay Greens orchestra furnished the music The following participated Misses Eliza beth Brown Belle SimpsonTevis Car Bradley AltieMarks bury Hattie Robertson Margaret Tomlinson Alberta Anderson Bronaugh of Crab Orchard Messrs Millard Louis Will and CharlieWest Ben Herndon Branham Beazley Will and Marshall Denny Herbert S Frank Marksbury and Buchanan of Crab Orchard The chaperones were Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs T B Long Mr fII spending Cincinnati oti home Tues lat Miss Tevis ions am innaird Prescription Filling is Our Leading Specialty Our facilities for filling them are un quailed We use the double checking sys in this manner mistakes almost im possible A bottle bearing our label is a of absolute accuracy m Those which require an exceptional amount of care and skill ate the kind we es 1 i ke to get You wi 1 1 fi rid our prices fere right We best a I f T J e I tern ee and puriiy daily useonlythe I RI8BIE8 i j 1 4- fkiLl are guar DRU G8TO H 4 i i i 1 a and Mrs Louis Landram Mary Gill entertained the BI bleCat Club Saturday evening Mr Anderson of Alabama visiting his cousin Miss Francis Simon E Higgins an old Lancaster boy orders TilE RECORD sent at Bowling Green He says he is liv ing there and has recently taken unto himself a wife Danville AdvocateMr and Mrs Harry Giovannoliof Washington City are receiving the congratulations of their friends on the arrival of a boy last Wednesday the 13th The Rev James E Wolford of the Baptist church is assisting Rev J M Bruce in special meetings at Kirks ville this week but he will return home to fill his pulpit next Sunday morning Mr Jesse Arnold and Miss Lottie Bettis drove to Stanford Thursday and were quietly married by Rev There were no attendants Miss Bettis is the eldest daughter of Mrs James Bettis She was a pretty and attractive woman She look ed handsome in a blue tailored gown with gloves and hat to match The is a prosperous liveryman of our city An elegant supper was by Mrs Bettis for them on their return TilE RECORD wishes them much success and happiness in their new life The following description of the debut of Miss Massy Denny daughter of our former townsman Judge George Denny is reproduced from Miss Bryans column of the Leader of November loth and will be of interest to Lancaster friends Lexington Leader Mrs George Denny and Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts gave a reception Thursday afternoon at their home on South Mill street for the presentation to their friends of Miss Massy Leavell Denny the daughter of Mr and Mrs Denny It was one of the most elegant and de liglitful events of the autumn and the colonial home with its rare old furnish ings and oriental draperies was given festive air with many beautiful flow ers and plants In the long hall were palms and ferns and the tone of the parlors was white and green The mantels were banked in ferns and white chrysanthemums and clusters of the stately autumn flowers were placed all about in vases Through the folding doors there was a view of the dining room with the refreshment table in the center and like the draw ing room there were lovely flowers ornamenting every side of the room In the receiving line were Mrs Den ny in black brocaded satin with yoke and sleeves of jetted net ornaments her own bridal pearls Miss Massy Leavell Denny in an exquisite gown of Paris muslin and a profusion of rare old lace descended from a past Mrs Potts in black velvet ted yoke and diamond ornamentsMiss Eugenia Denny the elder daughter of the house in Paris muslin and old lace The debutante who is bright and handsome with a most gracious t and charming manner is already a fa vorite with many Lexington friends and makes her debut under the auguries She received over twenty gifts of chrysanthemums roses carnations and viylets also cards of good wishes and telegrams from relatives and friends The were assisted in entertaining and looking after the comfort of the large company by Mrs Milton J Dur ham who wore jetted net over black peau de soie diamond necklace and brooch and black aigrette Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond whose dress was of fine white lace over white satin with bodice garniture of pink applique roses Miss Gena Dunlap Paris muslin and lace Miss Margaret Scott pink crepe de chine Miss Courtney Moore Miss Lueia Harbison Miss Daisy long Miss Angie Shouse Miss Julia Miss Laura Spurr P H Mrs Mary Scott Miss Florence Gra ham Offutt In the drawing room the prevailing tone was yellow with many golden colored chrysanthemums with a touch of bright hue made by the punch table which was adorned with American Beauty roses and the cup was presided over by Mrs Smith Bowman who was very handsome in a gown of pink crepe de chine Off from thisroom was the cozy corner an inviting spotlighted with rose shaded lamps with its oriental draperies and rich with curios from many lands Part of the afternoon program much admired was the reciting by Miss Florence Graham Offutt of an old time ballad favorite or the father of the hostesses in times gone by with piano accom paniment by Mrs Potts The refresh ment table was of shiny mahogany with lace covers a quaint many branched prismed candlestick for a centerpiece surrounded with silver candlesticks holding white candles cut glass vases of white chrvsanthe mums and roses and platters of bon bods mints and cakes The menu was served by a caterer and consisted of stuffed red peppers chicken salad n lettuce beaten biscuit cucumber sandwiches fancy ices monds olives anddainty individual iced with the Initials M D It was a very happy occasion and gracious hostesses are greatly to be congratulated upon their talent for entertaining Among the many cour geous medal of silvergold covered memorials ot the Mexican War Encamp ment at Cleveland 1901 was presented Gen Wilbur R Smithasa reminiscence of her ancestors who at Buena Vista The Leaderarticle appends the names of some three guests who enjoyed the lHi4 js ay M n r hash Collier tobin Arnold stylish groom prepared Leavell Lexington younger generation jet young happiest faraway host sses DeL cakes the theycarved ran event en i fo Miss purr Mci Is with t p T I of ed thy of the are at at the the us to to last O1 on ley per it to Li The Grim Reaper A a Ripe Old Age Mr Wat Adams a prominent zen of the McCreary died Saturday after a brief illness He was one of the oldest citizens of the county having recently passed his ninetyfourth mile stone The were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery f Mrs Wui Information was received here the deauh of Mrs Win Barnes occurred in Arizona last Sunday Mrs Barnes was the beautiful Miss May Fergurson who was quite a popular visitor to this city some years since She is a sister of Col W S Fergurson of this cityand her husband is the son Rev Geo O Barnes The remains will reach the old home in Covington next Saturday at which place the in will take place The families have the heartfelt sympa of many Lancaster friends in their great bereavement a lingering illness of a com plication of diseases Mr Harve Ball died at the family residence on street Sunday night He had been a citizen of Lancaster for many years and was an upright honest man in every way lie was a member the Baptist church He leaves a widow and four children William Lee Charley and Helen who have the sympathy of the entire community in their great bereavement Funeral services were conducted by Rev J E Wolford and the remains interred in Lancaster Cemetery onrruAiiY At the home of his father Capt T A Elkin at 1 oclock a m on the gentle spirit of John Elkin was borne from its earthly tabernacle to the abode of angels He was 13 years of age and had been a sufferer for some time bearing his af frictions with fortitude as few who more advanced in years possess Appropriate services were conducted the residence by Eld A R Moore 1 oclock p m on Wednesday and many followed theremains to the cemetery The floral designs offered by friends and relatives and Graded School in which he was a favorite were profuse and beautiful He was truly a manly youth The noblest traits ofcharacter had to a remarkable degree He was intelligent courteous and affable and he will live long in the memory of many beside his relatives We tender sincere condolence to the family and especially to his father who was his constant companion the devotion the two being unparalled At the tomb human reason falters but bright light of Revelation shows that he is in a much happier state of existence and that it would be selfishness in us to wish for his return this vale of tears and woe where all is vanity and vexation spirit PAINT LICK Sam Campbell has rented his farm J W Smith for 475 D C Pullins has bought a farm near Conway There is talk of a dentist locating here soon it is a good point for a first class Somebody kept the Sabbath holy Sunday by shooting pistol several times Rev McClung of Virginia has ac cepted the pastorate of the Presbyte is rian church here Shooting craps and pistol shooting the chief amusement in and around on Sunday The family of E W Xorris moved to Ripley Ohio where he is engaged in business on G J Salter our butcher will take part in tne old time fiddlers contest the 28th at Lancaster in Adams has gone to Ohio to clerk for her uncle EW Norris in the blue grass grocery Somebody went into Mr William Wallace cabbage hole a few nights ago and helped themselves fo a lot of cabbage The KP supper was a grand suc cess The ladies ofthe Presbyterian church never do anything by halves and they deserve much credit for the bountiful supper prepared on such short notice They had some trouble P about getting a room to serve the sup after haying the promise of iPlace or two but they would not give in up Mrs C B Engleman of the Ve randa Hotel told them that she was a little crowded but thy were welcome all the room had they accepted offer and appreciated her kind ness very much There about present representatives from Danville Stanford Lancaster Richmond and Wilmore and they were all as fine looking and well be hayed gentlemen as you could find any where There were ten iniatia D ted and the lodge organized with a of good material vand there will r soon be as good a K P lodge here as can be found anywhere The ladies took in abont fifty dollars at the door I A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a free sample Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets tQ any one wanting liable remedy for of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a ara ff A ti ich av on of J 0 remains Uetih Barnes Bull After Richmond Tuesday Woodcock Lancaster developed between if dentisttooff his thisweek Miss Sallie Ripto she her were sixty K Ps Jot are ne rem donet 1 S0rj 4f 1 1 2 term 6 Cod svli ent ber ell lm k ant less I but St E as on any by the no ty to and pris day days oles the t 0 anc pea Tile Cliildreiis friend have a cold this winter Maybe you have one now Your children will suffer too For coughs croup bron chitis grip arid other winter One Minute Cough Cure newel fails Acts promptly It is very pleas to the taste and perfectly harm C B George Winchester Ky writes Our little girl was attacked with croup late one night and was so hoarse she could hardly speak We gave her a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure It relieved her and she went to sleep When she woke next morning she nad no of hoarseness or croup F P Frisbie 1m A wise man knows only his own ig norance a fool thinks he knows rything TO The Public Allow me to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains CoughRemedy had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneumonia after taking the second dose of this 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 G4Thirtyseventh Wheeling W Va For sale by R McRoberts druggist 1m People who doubted Noahs ability a weather prophet were sorry later Modern Surgery Surpassed While suffering from case of piles I consulted a physician who me to try a box of DeWitts Hazel Salve says GF 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 case Cuts burns bruises and all other wounds are also quickly cured it Beware of counterfeits F P Frisbie 1m It mayQhe sweet to die for ones conntry but the avarage man dosent care for sweet things Last winter an infant child of mine had croup in a violent form says 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 child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains opium or other harmful substance may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1 a man reaches are of thir he never takes much stock in the theory that the good die young M GoTerament to Aid In The Government now stands ready examine test exhaustively and re port on the adaptability of road mak ing purposes of any material that may be sent by any farmer More it will test all samples of available he will send and report which will render the best service and which will last the longest As a macadam road costs from 2000 to 5000 per mile a difference in the choice of the may make it last from two thirty years the enormous value of taxpayers of selecting the best mate lUll which often costs as little as the poorest is obvious Limited appro and a limited force still re strict the labaratpry which at present able to complete about two tests per each requiringabout two or three to carry cut It is therefore f its attention to requests sent in from country road builders and the immense paving materials interests go for the present Later IHJ it will take up this work Any Eperson or community intending to bund a road ought to send to it sam raj of all material that are available sufficient quantities with request be informed which is the best for purpose By so doing he may save thonsands dollars in repairs IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Fou THE EAS TERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BAKRUPTCY IN THE 3IATTER OF JOHN W BALL BANKRUPT the for filed on the 11th day of December A 1901 it is ordered by the court that a hearing he had the same the 10th day of November A D said district at 11 oclock in theforenoon or as near thereto as practi publishedRECORD newspaper printed in said district all creditors cause ifany have why the said petitioner should not be granted WITNESS the Honorable A iff JTJ seal 1901 W G Chapman Clerk UPPINCDTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE- A FAMILY LIBRARY Tin Btst in C wt UtiratirTi 12 CoMPtrre Novet YEARLY SHORT STORIES AND ON TIMELY TOPICS NO CONTINUED STORIES EVtHY HUMMIt COMMJCTCm JTSKtr s ite a 1 I complaints immediately ofsigns eye bottles bad advised Witch Surgery ElderJohn hand After the Road luaking it material confining letting ol this 12th of A D 1901 on considering the petition of 1901 at Coc ran of said Court and the M fr t iii1 tiii h ff You tric ll d rial ion n before said court apr dirt the ANY APE 17 ACOPY EXGRASS Fall 1901 N I URSERIESJ Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines small fruits asparagus and ev cry 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 HF HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Knights of Pythias ed Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights Of Pythias meets every Friday J V SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S BANK visiting Z493 THE NATIONAL CAPITAL 5000000 t f OF SURPLUS IO OOOOC I S 1 I LANCASTER KY ABDBNHT President INO E STOBMKS Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMBEY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H Kinnaird I BEAZUB3T8w LOCAL TME TABL Sonthbnd Mixed paases Lancaster 11 US AM Northbnd Mixed 3 5rxNorthbnd passgr 2 2AKSonthbnd ISMan Queen Crescent Time Card PASSBS DANVItUI NORTH BOtTXD Number 10 except Sunday 6rfJ9 amNumber Daily 133 pmNumber 4 Does Not 356 amNumber2 stops when flagged 414 pm 80CTB BOUND Number 1 Numbers Daily Number 31 Does Not Sto 1146 ajn11 02 am II II II Number 755 pm pm when flaged 42 QCHESAPEAKE ft OHIO RailwayT- ime in elct July 151900 I cASr O STATIOXS Lv Louis ville Winchester MtSterllng r Philadelphiaa V J SZEC U Jsl AI STATiONS LvNewYork Philadelphia Winchester ArLexIngton ArLonlsville 4 a nlI- 650am 1015 am i2AOnn 830amli2Oam 1157am 1225 OOam 1020am 21Spm 8 II OOam 8 12am 7 7am 12am 8 I5am 9 l8pm 705pm908pm 943pm340pm 11 IOpm- I 4 110pm7Slpm 5 10pm- 800pm 8 12am 8 SCam 925am IS 22am 700am 5 lOans 5m630pm 1705PID 112pm 3 30pm YorkDAILYinformationwriteLEXINGTON KT 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS 1 COPYRIGHTS AcAmyono sending a sketch and description qalckly our opinion invention Is probably patentable Commnnio tlonsitrictly confidential Handbook on Patentre Oldest oa for securing patents Patents taken through recetr SdeNfific JlncricaiiHlnstrmted Largest dreulation of any icienttae Journal 3 year fonr months II newsdealers ma tcfalIlOUU chaJlfe in the A week Term a Branch Ocs r atW OQ UNN Co New York THE SUCCESS OF Dr Jos Hass Hog and Poultry Remedy is ter and 1 ffl few jEj i J J3j 1 Jlfi AV been that in all cases it is to be depended upon Itwill arrest andprevent cholera and other diseases the hog It is the cheapest as itgoes farther and every dose is effective You can no mistakewith this reliable remedy Prices 25 lb cans 1250 half cans 650 broken or we will not guarantee it genuine Buy The Best When You Buy Stock Food 20th Century Stock Food acknowledged by all dealers as the best it goes farther and gives betthan any other it prevents and arrests disease in your cattle puts yout horses in fine condition 25 and 50 cts 25 lb bags 350 20th Century Poultry Foods the greatest egg producer on the marketkeeps fowls healthy prevents cholera roup and alL poultry Price 25c per package Send for circular For sale by Lancaster Grocery Co Lancaster Zy Handsomest flillinery Ever shown in Lancaster Correct styles Low Prices Call and see the pretty hats Sallie D Tillett The Time For 3 S TORNADOES Has Arrived E Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against E loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD facsimile per package J8rnJ ra 8 nrnrnrmmmm I 1 s a f DENTISTTeeth extracted pala fanwithont church Jta Meets All TrmU- wIt want to catch the night or day ones either call Alex Millers bus and be will hare you on time is charg You wont get left if you him otlL LMTeord aat Garrard Hotel Pre trains A8JJ11leethee ookon street oppo s re nd t r3s No 104Lancaster AMF Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nightsrMembers of sis ter lodges internally invited RKinnairdSecretarr Master t LouiS ndi i i S 0 I i I i Z HTTOHE3S Mgr Piano used In this Theatre is from the D H Baldwin Co Louisville E W Arnold local agent THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28th 1901 AT 8 OCLOCK P M SHARP OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST Benefit Lancaster Commercial Club R L DAVIDSON Chmn PROGRAMME aGrand Chorus Old Time Fiddlers b O T Wallace Point Leavell Rough and Ready Medley Waycsburg on the Track Etc c T S Moore Bryantsville Yankee Doodle Rainbow Scottische d S D Merritt Lancaster Broadway Girls Bonepartes Retreat Gabriel Salfer Paint Lick Evening Star Waltz Soldiers Joy f Alexander Martin Stanford Wagoner The Girl I Left Behind Me g Armp H Dawson Mt Zenia Hixs Dream Old Pine Tree h Samuel Bishop Turnersville Rush the Kettles Big Mule i Lish Forbes Me Creary Mississippi Sawyer Arkansas Traveler j George Arnold County at Large Little Home on the Poosey Bring me Back my Old Coon Dog k C W Mitchell Buckeye To be Announced 1 William Pollard Cat Hole Bend Old Pine Tree Forked Deer m Mrs Alice Crutchfield Bourne To be Announced n Perry King Crab Orchard To be Announced o Alex Traylof Gilberts Creek To be Announced Chicken Pie Run Nigger Run Resin The Bow Barlow Other entries will be announced from stage Fine Violin Other features will be added Com prizes two rows children 25C next five rows will be reserved at 75C balance of ground floor at soc with privilege to re serve without extra cost Balcony 350 Contestants free Contestants are requested to meet at Garrard Hotel at 7 oclock from whence they will be to the Opera House ToUSE c Last e eo eo p Scott Farris Crab Orchard q Charles Grimes Marksbur Knife PRIZEA petent and disinterested committees will be appointed to award the AdmissionFirst GARARD oPER4 M i iyrPDtProtection to half hardy plants should not be applied until the weath er becomes cool in the fall Gilt edged butter is more to be de sired on the average customers plate than any delicacy of the season The State of Washington has 444 lumber mills sawing over 9000000 feet per day turning out 20000000 shingles and employing 24000 men A harvesting machine firm in the west has made an automobile grass mower that cnt twentytwo acres of grass in nine hours using a five foot sickle bar When the frost puts an end to the garden gather up rubish weeds and grass and make a bonfire Then have the ground plowed or spaded so it can be gotten ready early in the spring The woman who can make good butter once a week is to be but the one who can make it uni formly good in the week need look no further fora profitable vocationSome new planting of fruits should be done every year Old sorts die out and need replacing either with the same kinds or with newer and better ones Give the preference to well tried and proved kindsIt waste to throw fodder corn in the whole stalk before cows especially the canes are spread about the fields The cattle will destroy with their hoofs at least half of the fodder so fed It will always pay to cut the canes up and feed them from the manger Color ig only skin deep in a cow go more by the contour and size of her udder I once knew a dairyman who never purchased a new cow until he himself had sat down and milked her It is needless to add that he seldom made a poor purchase Nebraska G6NERA N6WS A fouryearold daughter of Hell Vine George of Owingsville burned to death Harvey Sauce of Somerset was kill ed by the accidental discharge of a shot gun An Arctic explorer has found coal snough to supply the world for years On account of the scarcity of feed dairymen nave advanced the price of Since the last oil well has come in at Glasgow operations cm an extensive scale have been planned and Infereet is high Four new oil wells have cowe in this week in the Wayne county field and commended every day occasionally want Farmer o gallon T V three others are ready to be shot with nitroglycerineAs the test of the new twelveinch rifle and explosive shell prepared by Government experts it is claimed that the gun would put the largest ironclad afloat out of action and would kill or paralyze all the crew The mining situation in Hopkins county has taken a turn for the worse Adj Gen Murray has ordered all the men from other districts who are eamped near the nonunion mines to leave at once District President Wood has replied that there is all being home people The County Court of Claims has ordered the Sheriff to refuse to pay the guards at the mines appointed by the County Judge County Judgeelect Givens in a letter to Gov Beckham says the situation is beyond the control of the civil authorities and that were be in office which he soon will be would recommend that malitia be sent to take full charge of the situation Only WI e Coane Let us crown a queen of beauty said the enthusiastic young man who was interested in the entertainment they were getting up for social diver tisement By all means replied the wise and thoughtful youth be the first thing on the programme continued the first Oh foolish man retorted the other Think of the fun we will have so long as every girl thinks she has a show for the honor and of the row there will be when a selection is made Let us rather make it the last feature of the entertainment Chi cago Post of Flower saysaidNow which shall I choose to speak forme She blushed like a rose ere she found hervoice mychoicePhiladelphia Bulletin VERY NEIGHBORLY nonesuch Itshould Language rejoiceu S The Neighbors Miss Jinks mom says if youll lend cup of sugar an yer lawn mower an some stickin plaster an a few eggs shell send back your sewin ma chine Chicago American Merely m TraiUtla We say thaifarmer folk are queer Their ways w love to Josh Yet truly did you ever hear A farmer say be o hr y Washington Star J BoyPlease hers o U Il i t i I I I I of g d FRUIT STORAGE HOUSE Description of One Used by H H Hill One of Vermont Successful Horticulturists My house for storing fruit is one that was on the premises and not built for the purpose But I find it quite convenient It is a stone build ing 20x34 feet with good walls two feet thick well laid in mortar as shown in the illustration To make it so I could hold fruit through the win ter I lined it inside with matched lumber making an air space of about ten inches between the wall and lin VERMONT FRUIT HOUSE ing It is a twostory house I from cold by putting straw on upper floor about four feet thick when settled It kept the fruit well I make a fire in it only three or four times through the winter on account of extreme cold I could with but little expense make it good for cold storage by eight or ten 12inch galvanized iron pipes through the upper floor letting them down three or four feet and filling from above with crushed Ice and cheap fertilizer salt I have used it as it is opening the doors nights to cool off and keeping it closed during the lay except when putting in more fruit I pick and put in barrels in the orchard anti store them open In rainy weather I can sort and pack for market 1 usually sell to buyers so they are off my hands and in market or cold storage near market by November 15 I have seldom kept a crop over Orange Judd Farmer PLUMS FOR MARKET There Are Hundreds of Varieties Dot Only a Few Are Adapted for General Cultivation The number of known species of plums runs up into the hundreds but among those hundreds there are only a few that it will pay to do much with But it requires a great deal of experimentation to find out the best that is in each species Each species in turn is made to produce innumer able varieties which may be in turn crossed with the seedlings of other species If Jill the new varieties were named we would soon have chaos in the nomenclature In addition the number of varieties would become so great that the longest life would not suffice to become acquainted with them It is therefore fortunate that cutting out of varieties is continually going on Recently in walking through a block of 500 seedling plum trees with Prof Goff of the experiment station he made the remark that of those 500 trees all fruiting and bearing fairly good plums not more than a dozen trees would be saved The rest were to go onto the brush heap He says we have too ninny varieties now and that most of the varieties men are to grow should be This phase of the subject is of interest to the plum student and is an encouragement for it justifies the course of passing lightly over most of the varieties or forgetting them altogether and the attention on the few varieties that have been proven to be good For all practical purposes therefore it is possible for a man to become a plum expert devoting an entire life to the study Farmers Review Cost of MJIk Production Prof Haecker of the Minnesota station has been at work for sev centl3r summarized his work as for three years The first year 100 pounds of milk cost 60 cents and the yield of the herd averaged 6000 pounds of milk or 180 pounds of fat The second year the cost was about the some 61 cents per 100 pounds of milk but in the third year it was reduced to 38 cents per 100 pounds with the same cows and prices of feed stuffs the same The only difference was that they had calculated the percentage of protein and selected the foodstuff where this was sold cheapest He did not care for carbohydrates fats etc as pro tein is the only essential part to look after The cows require on an average two pounds of protein per Keeping the Mills Sweet If the milk is to be delivered in thoroughly cooled and aerated and kept cool says Hoards Dairyman These steps are absolutely necessary with all milks the hot weath sr A great improvement can also be made by looking carefully afterthe cleanliness of cows stables and milk utensils as there is a great dif ference in the Keeping quality of clean and dirty milks The whole question of keeping milk sweet is in providing a clean article kept cooled and well aerated Preservatives should not be used under any condi tion The History of It is plain that selection was not all times done with such thought and skill as it is now But ever since plants have been cultivated an evident improvement has been going on forour benefit and fixed races of field plants vegetables flow oldest writer I protect putting Wisconsin attempting discarded without producingfol- lows butter cl during 0 Sel at andvaluable oldestiJ fj tt iE2i5 f day S I LIVING WITH BARBARISM Some Very Interesting Episodes of Life In DrltiHh East Africa There are some very bright passages in the newly issued and most inter esting report of Sir C Eliot her maj estys commissioner The London Mail quotes two It must not however be supposed that the Uganda railway has in spoiled the picturesque wildness of the country and people around it It is not a humorous exaggeration to say that the wayside landscapes remind the traveler of the series of pictures in Punch called Prehistoric Peeps On the platforms naked sav ages peer and grin with good hu mored curiosity their nudity js ren dered more conspicuous by the fact that they wear short cloaks hanging down their backs and carry elaborate ornaments often including old jam pots in the slits cut in their ears Near the stations the ostrich and the barndoor fowl almost intermingle The obstinate rhinoceros who as similates new ideas more slowly than other beasts sometimes disputes the passage of the train in a narrow cutting and derails it though lie per ishes in the attempt A troop of more intelligent elephants occasion ally occupy a station and in their curiosity ravage the booking office and take tickets which cannot be ac counted for afterward The law administered is mainly that of the Indian codes local usage and ideas being also taken into con sideration It is somewhat difficult to make natives understand English made law and their interpretations of it are often both interesting and surprising Recently four men of the Giriama tribe perpetrated a murder near Malindi They confessed heir crime were committed for trial and to their immense astonishment were acquitted owing to some technicality of the Indian penal code As soon as they had recovered their at being informed they were not guilty of a crime which they mitted the began to theorize and said The Europeans law requires ft life for a life We ire four men and killed only one man Therefore we cannot be punished A bolder philosopher developed the argument further and said There must al ways be one life taken for one life If one man kills four other then he cannot be punished I am apprehen sively expecting the day when the philosopher will put his theory into practice Uganda On the occasion of the of a bishop the king of the country was bidden to the service He came half dead with fear his presecee could be desired for only one reason he was to be buried alive with the bishop in order that the might present him as a converl in the celestial regions The cere mony seemed so natural so appropri ate that his own officials could even formulate a protest SOME FAMOUS WOMEN In EveryDay They Are Ja t Like Ordinary People Says Writer In the Womans Home Companion Nina It Allen has an article on the Womanly Side of Famous Women She tells of the home life of Jane Austen Charlotte Bronte Mrs Gas kill Louisa Alcott Mary Somerville Lucretia Mott and Harriet Stowe and speaks of them as follows When weary with the toil of tIle day I like to think of certain great women whose hands bravely helping on the work of the world have not yet been too fair and shapely for the homely labors of their sisters Voices that have denounced wrong and cruelty have also been accustomed to the lullaby hands that have painted great pictures or written books of strength and beauty were busy with the countless tasks that fall to wife and mother or daughter in modest households Such women and they have been the salt of the earth have taught us that nothing done for the sake of love or duty is mean and common While capable of great things they performed the numerous tasks nearest them apparently trivial yet so clamorous and so important and doing them as if fulfilling their hearts desire they ennobled drudg itselfLike average woman they swept dusted cooked washed dishes cleaned lamps darned stockings mended and sewed Each distasteful or onerous house duty became an act of beautiful selfsacrifice and tle blue smoke curling above their chim neys was incense as fragrant as ever rose from any shrine in Christendom For loves sake they did each common task with cheerfulness and patient exactness I like to think that it made a difference to them whether the roast browned handsomely or not that they cared whether the sweet and light and that poem MENTAL AND MORAL The stat of the mother during gestation highly important that pregnant women composure and anyway bewilderment hadad misinterpretation funeral latter not Life commonplace fearlessly tender breadwas perfecting INFLUENCI may influence the whole the child 1 This meet with as little pain as Animals of the lower kingdom re no out side aid to young the are not phys or painless and delivery of deformedby Wome suffer onies when with child unless they make use dress a g of the dis coveries of art and science that counteract the effect of dress follies Today in every store there is one liniment sold at bottle which excels in virtue and safeness hand region of the uterus It is not a you to swallow It is Mothers Friend so because it has never failed to comfort and ease to woman wed it in motherhood Send for our free book Motherhood NCMUnClB K6UATM Ct AKANU 6A like be applied externally day on whoever t 3f5 remedy to once a S The blood may be in yet with no external signs no skin eruption or sores to indicate it The symptoms in such cases being a variable Appetite poor digestion an indescribable weakness and nervousness loss of flesh and a general rundown condition of the lystem clearly showing the blood has lost its nutritive qualities has become thin and watery It is in just such cases thai S S has done some of its quickest and most effective work by building up the blood and supplying the elements lacking to make it strong and vigorous 7 No fE ie I fffj2- tiS9IDptaJns badcondition I r wife used sev eral bottles of S S S as a blood purifier tone up a weak and emaciated very marked effect way of improvement We regard it a great FDuSF riiiceton Mo liMy and- o system with t i I is the greatest of oil tonics and you will find the appetite im at once strengthproves returns and nervousness vanishes as new rich pure blood once more circulates through all parts of the system S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known It contains no min erals whatever Send for our free book on blood and skin diseases and write our physicians for any information or advice wanted No charge for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA Science Hfvcnls Just The oldest record of human history is the statement that ten kings reigned at Abydos in upper Egypt during 0 years before Menu who founded the united kingdom of the whole land and is counted the first king of the first dynasty Even of these earliest kings we now have four of the tombs and the objects which belonged to them nearly 5000 years U their names are given Zeser Narmer and Sam Of two of these kings monuments were found three years ago at Hierakon polis in upper Egypt but it is only now we can appreciate their histor real position Harpers Magazine The Guyed Guide The guide was guiding a guy As the guide guided the guy the guide guyed the guy until the guy would no longer be guyed by a guide whom he had hired not to guy but to guide So the guyed guy guyed the guide NO wonder every one guyed the guyed guide guiding a guyed guv X Y Life A True Hero Every man who does the very best he can is a true hero Chicago Daily Ncws Xewlywed Why dont you take a wife JJachellcr My income is only suffi cient for one Newlywed Well if she really loved you she would probably be satisfie with The Share What did your lawyer do when he found out you had inherited that es tate Oh he took it in good part Judge 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 in daily Evening train to same points 1010 p m daily Double daily ser vice Only line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco Excur sion tickets now on sale For further information address It G T Tarveling Pass Agent Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gtnl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Insure with the Sew York Life Insurance Co and the Continental fire Insurance Co G B ORGANIZED 1883 o the Cand Sat thatPuck Lion ot I SwinebroadAgt I a- Ka I1nctury I ii J i jc miOF LAVOA8TB1 JY ITIZIIfS 1ATIONAL Capital Surplus Fund 1OOOC U81HM8 SOLICITED Oarcfml aad PromptAtteaUoBGH jK HiflffiMXOTKxx Freolden- LBWU Y LIATILL TleeFrealden- tBF HDMOH W O Bisurr Assistant OD WAUCU DtBXCTOKI TMAmveu JKUXUB ti c x 160000 Cashier Cash Booeepet Lawu YJJunLL 1- S r r 1 fr f J f LMXIsmaoTxLM a Xmew Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpcse of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell It quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us It LAf DRAM L theCENTRALindirectly T IijioiiiTS Real Ecate I Noi House anti Lot in McCresiry I y Flue location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very eouvenietit frame house four rooms hall way vt rai Ix and snmiuer kitchen attached pood cellar wry convenience iu tAre way of nntbniMtugs barn biigfry house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pont that never fails Everything la new convenient Trice is right and trrms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap will go Quirk On of street 70 fret frnt nod KSV feet deep or fcti fee if tf sind of the Dr 0 1 Hill property Splendid built iiig site for a nice resident in a good neigh borhood and one of ihebcU r i ortio i3 of the town in short desirable location iu every Xo 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On En 1t i street adjacent to item No2 i n hut street 3 feel leep or 125 iVet deep if so desired a part of Dr O P Hill place Good locwioii in ex uellcnt neighborhood building site loud ana commanding No 4 Farm of 52 A en on Mid die Fork of Sugar Crock 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Fhic Much of tlie lent has been iu grass but is now cultivation 20 tolweea or hemp hind the rest is rich cud productive ever failing water iu good repair Land has been well treated lj story box hon t rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn utmhonse smokehouse ttc Tbjre fourths acre for a garden plut No 9 house and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition OIl East Maui Street 100 feet front 1 17 feet deep Nice residences are building nil around property proper ty iu this location is always salable No 17 Farm of laS Acres in dieml ofKentucky lliver In Garrard county about 41 north of Buena Vista nuder good fence with plenty of water Sacred 111 tipple orchard good poach otcnard Groom twostory house in good pairs cud all necessary outbuildings in Iolleys Bend is fast increasing iu value No 1 Farm Containing 312 12 Acres situated 1 12 Miles South of Jiryantsville and About S miles from Lancaster AH good strong laud productive under good fence anti Dwelling house is storys high containing t rooms two tenant good barn lee house grill cry amid all other necessary out buildings lire on the place Close to church good and welt tiLted for raising Farm Containing 100 acres auut 2 milss tium Carteis yille in Garrard county And of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO 01 IO acres in grass good corn mitt lobocco laud watered by pools and creek ever fan fence slor house containing K rooms with back and frout porches and goou sulphur well at door burns a it litter ii x4uxlo Church witlnu t unit of residence ouii school within 5 of a mile A money making farm nicely situated NoJ 11 iOO Acres ol Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski County Ky About 25 miles South o Somerset unit near to and List of Flat Kiver on the Ciuciuuat Southern Railroad This laud is rich iu Coal of a good quality witlfvirgin forests of Oak Toplar Cedar upon it No 13 House anti Lot near Sul jphur Well LuncH Kentucky Two storyframe house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy locution Will trade for house and lot in Lau ODe r H and a ant Eas side 11 ill sleet a I t he I ere of good Mud len ng thi roll Js verb stock No20 uuier tuck I r custel r I situ a particular- cands 5 mile aId t ilseliOl 2 lob- o Vuiluut and No G Farm of 50 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Conner Creek Just across tIe Gnrrard and line All bottom land level and productive never failing soek water Ifx leg louse and all necessary outbuildings Possession given April 1st 1S 01 Price within the reach of men moderate means Xo 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan rule Avenue Known s the old Franklin Institute Lot i US fcrt trout on Danvilto Avenue anti 19K feet in depth Honse is a twoatory frame buildings large connncdfons and i veiiieutly arranged in every particular has 16 rooms halhvay kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and houe we 1 ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired Xo 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Itii ksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acresof splen dill heuip ortobrtcco laud To acres in grass balance undei cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is in good repair House 1J stories containing rooms porch nut lat liicd porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchard containing ninny varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate size House and Lot Situated in th City of Lancaster OB the Xrth side of Danville street near the Intersection of 1aulding street ana the property lately owned by 3Irs A E Oar jiiter Good house and near Graded School Examine the premises and call and get our price No 7 House null Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Street House lies S large rooms front hallway above unit below back hun vnrunda hand soniely finished mile and conveniently large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gus cistern large stable smut nil other convenient outbuildings Lot id 100 feet front 147 feet in depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Jieail Waters of Drakes Creel in Garrard cultivation balance in grass goou pasture laud under good fence and watered by never failing spinjrs and ponds 12 acres in orchard iu fruiting prime bet varieties in all kinds of fruit Good 12 story cottage house nicely finished land conveniently arranged with a storeroom xJu feet adjoining it Iost office known as Flatwoods is kept at the store and excellent location for a country storeA good place for It coming merchant to make money and make it fast No 5 Farm of Stij Acres on the Sugar Crttk Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 53 acres under cultivation acres of which have been sown in oats and grasV acres of line tobacco or hemp mOd brings fine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stok water in abundauceSJuaicieut throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard Just fruiting whale place under good fence 5roomcottage residence barn ice house Iud all nec essary outbuildings splendid cistern etcwen worth what we want fo it r I Ioe1c sUe I tory I after of r cent I Maui Lcon- structed milefrom I l t properly S s 4 inn 5 For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson OR LkwOflice over Stornies store a T Louis LiiHdraui Central Record office