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TWELFTH YEAR IJ Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KV a Second Crass Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JAN 9 1902 ONE DOLLAR A TEA I 1 c I ttJ H II k LANDRAM d W f- w O 1 2 f ref l 1 1D1D 3t- T 9 1 nUT Iii I t t Ladies I I MissesChildrens 1At lt wff 1 r LADIES 4 CLOAKS I tow 19- 8t CLOSING I SALE i i- T 1 CLOAKS Less Than COSt H LADIES 6 CLOAKS NOW 350 ir LADIES 850 CLOAKS NOW 450 LADIES 10 CLOAKS1 lNOW 51 tL LOGAN COMPANY ftt t tit ft t 1 I II I t ri t tx i tr DRY6OODSI t x T H E H fi M E NEWS 5 I Gortons Minstrels tomorrow Hear the band tomorrow be fore noon Dr Hobson the celebrated dentist will be at the Garrard Hotel next Monday See him Baptist Entertainment The ladies of the Baptist church claim February 14th for an at the parsonage The regular Wednesday night pray er meetings were the Pres byterian church last week Services begin at oclock The Fiscal Court should have storm doors placed at the entrance to the court house It would make the build ing much more comfortable It looks like old times to see Smally Wherritt in the clerks office with a pen over his ear Billy Law son also looks at home in the sheriffs office Gortons Minstrel show is refined arid highclass Theres nothing on the ragtime order about it High class music and fine make up the show Subjects The subjects for next Sabbaths ser mons at the Methodist church are Morning The Days of Visitation Evening Speak unto Israel That They go Forward Everybody in vited Fine Horses W B Burton sold this week to Ball Bros of Versailles an for 225 He also sold a gelding to Loge Denny of Danville for 160 He bought in Richmond Monday five head at from 100 to 150 Money for Teachers Jliss Lusk tells THE RECORD rnti last payment will be made to teachers next 11th The money will be paid at her office in Lancaster New The Christian Society elected the following Miss Mary Thompson president Miss Bes sie Batson vicepresident Victor Stone secretary Henly Bastin treas urer Miss Jennie Burnett cor secy Dont Miss the Free Concert Gortons Celebrated Band parade and concert at 12 noon and 715 p m Faultless rendition of popular and classic selections including two or more solos at each concert With Gortons Minstrels January 10th luike Back Hone Capt Mike Salter came home a few days ago to see his old friends and a short vacation He says he has a good job and is getting along nicely The boys gave him a warm reception as he is very popular and much liked by all Notice If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward Mat Retires G M Siler who has been serving as deputy marshal has decided to return tohis of trading in stockMr Slier has made a fearless and faithful officer doing much good work in keep ing the peace It will be hard to find another as good as Mat Important to W C T U The W C T U meets every Satur day at 3 oclock We elected officers last Saturday and the prospects are good for a prosperous year All mem bers are requested to see the treasur er Mrs Ed Price and pay their dues for 19Q2 Farra Secy Judge Suncars Sworn In Judge William Shugars mounted the woolsack in the local Police Court Monday and is dispensing justice wiJi Impartialty at the old stand THE RECORD doffs its tile to Judge Shu gars and hopes he will make the way of the transgressors exceedingly hard Well Known in Garrard News of the death of Rev N GUam was received from his home in Rich mond Indiana Tuesday Mr Gilam related to many people in this county and was well known to many of our citizens He frequently visited here He was a noble man a good preacher and a true friend money Monday morning a lady lost a hun dred dollars in bills on the Public Square near Stormes drug store A liberal reward be paid for return to THE HECOED office The loss is a heavy one and it depends upon the honesty of the finder whether the money will be returned If an honest found it it will be returned but if the blllsfell into the hands of a thief its just entertainment resumedat extra fine mare Eli a SaturdayJanuary enjoy MrsFanny will all performers Officers Endearofficers profession was Lour man farewell money ti 5 Fine Showing We call attention to the statement of the Paint Lick Bank published in this issue of THE RECORD Under the able management of Cashier Kem per the bank has far surpassed the expectations of the promoters of the institution and is proving a great convenience to the people of that thriving little city Good for Lancaster Boy His many friends are glad to know that John L Norris was elected jan itor of both houses at Frankfort The place pays a day and the victory is a in Johns cap He is a son of Charley Norris and recently moved with his parents to Frankfort Hustling Young Fellow Saufley Hughes purchased of Jno E Stormes the residence occupied by his parents on Richmond street paying 1200 Mr Hughes holds a clerkship in McRoberts drug sore and tells us he knew of no better way to save his money than by investing in this way Saufley is a hustler and this step is commendable in him Perfect Service As soon as the democratic caucus had nominated officers at Frankfort Monday night the Bastin Telephone Co informed its subscribers in all the surrounding counties of the fact The Independent lines are right up to date and our people are going to freeze to them knowing that they can get nothing better A Fine Edition For some unaccountable reason Ed itor Albright didnt send us a copy of the special edition of his Mt Vernon Signal until a day or so ago The edi tion reflects great credit upon the hustling young editor and shows that he is chock full of grit and enterprise It also contained likenesses of Col James Adams formerly of this coun ty and Jim Btone the delightful ChiC soprano will be heard with the Goodwal Dickerman Co at the Garrard Opera House next Monday night the 13th Her rendition of the old time songs as well as classic selec tions never fail to delght her hearers She is one of the few classically culti vated singers who enunciates her words so as to be perfectly heard Hear her sing the songs your mother used A Splendid Brass Band Do you remember the minstrel com pany which visited Lancaster some years ago and had the superb band It sounded like a great pipe organ There was none of the fussy harem scarem about it Well that same band will give a free concert on the Public Square about 1130 It will pay you to hear it and also go to the show tomorrow night A Prominent Feature Among the notable engagements with Gortons Minstrels this season are the Elliott Brothers the Fashion Plate Dancers producing without doubt the most graceful and finished dancing act before the public They are accomplished vocalists and their act is most magnificently costumed which produces an effect which meets with the heartiest approval from their audiences See them at Garrard Ope ra House tomorrow Friday night seats at Stormes Died In Louisville His many Lancaster friends extend sympathy to Rev J E Wolford of the local Baptist church on the death of his father who died in Louisville a few days since Mr Wolford went to his fathers bedside early last week The deceased was a wellknown real estate dealer in Louisvilleand resided at 2212 W Broadway He suffered several years from asthma but his condition did not become serious until a few days before his death Mr Wol will return to Lancaster to fill his pulpit next Sunday as usual A Foolish Ruling One of the most unjust rulings on record is the recent one by the Post Office Department which requires publishers of country papers to discon tinue sending papers to their subscrib ers when the time for which it is paid expires While it is annoying and frequently disastrous to the publisher to have to wait for his money yet in nearly every case the delinquent will pay for the paper and the only reason he is behind is because he does not think of paying it when he sees the editor or is in town As for us we will say that with a very few the names on our list good asjgoldand all arrearages are certain to ber paid Then again if we want to credit our subscribers Its nobodys business but ours An effort will be made to have the ruling set aside and no reason why it should not be As stated above of course there a few dead heads on every list but if the publisher sees fit to carry them his loss and Uncle Sam noth Ing by it four dollars feather Mare to sing Reserved areas thereIs l C Monday clever Miss tua ford exceptions are its loses 4I Do you like the songs of the olden times Hear them by the Goodwal Dickerman Company atGarrardOpera House next Monday the 13th seats at Stormes drug store Prices 25 50 and 75 cents He Loves His Birthplace In a letter to the editor Miss Leila McKee president of the Western Col legs at Oxford 0 add the following in regard to her father the venerable Dr J Lapsley McKee Lancaster has no truer friend my father He loves it not only because it is his birthplace but because it is the home of so many who are near and dear to him and his family share in this feel ing although it is impossible for us to show it in any practical way We un derstand Dr McKees is some what improved which yvill be good news to his host of Lancaster friends Died In Texas Wesley Lackey illness was noted in last issue of THE RECORD died at his home near Chillicothe Texas Wednesday night His brother Will left here on the Monday previous but did not reach Texas in time to see him alive The deceased was well known in Garrard belonging to one of Garrards most prominent families He was a man of fine business ability and a sober straight citizen He leaves a wife and one child a girl about three years of ag He was a son of Mr and Mrs John Lackey of McCreary A Good Officer Chief of Police S D Turner tells us he has not yet decided upon a dep uty but will take pains to secure a good man in every particular Since Mr Turner took the place the shoot ing and general devilment has been stopped for which the people living near the Public Square are thankful The hoodlu m element that tanks up on court days has also been given to understand that the law will be enforced The idea that a few drunken hoodlums can take the town has been dispelled for which Mr Turner is entitled to many thanks Dee plays no favorites Looking Forward The announcement that to have the famous impersonator Goodwal Dickerman Wand Superb Corn pany of Musical Artists for a nights engagement at the Garrard Opera House has already caused a great deal of excitement in society circles Yes the wholesale dealer in laugh is assisted by a Superb Company of Musical Artists and will present a unique program entirely different from the rest but better than the best that should be seen by all who can enjoy pure fun and good music Remember the date Monday Jan 13 Seats new on sale at Stormes Prices 25 50 and 75 cents mayor Kinnaird Entertains- A happy event took place yesterday in the form of a by Mayor Robt Kinnaird to the newlyelected City Council and a few friends The dinner was served at the Garrard and as is usual with the meals there was elegant in every detail The following had the pleasure of sticking their shins under the mahogany Mayor Kinnaird Judge Joe Robinson E W Morrow J C Hemphill W B Mason R T Embry J A Beazley G B Swinebroad S D Turner J H Kinnaird H T Logan J M Farra and Louis Landram After the dinner was served several addresses were made An Expert Mr W J Homer representing the MontenegroRiehm Music Co has been in the city for several days and sold a number of the excellent handled by that firm Mr is a professional musician and an expert piano tuner He is those who know what to be the best piano tuner who has worked in this section of the state THE RECORD can recommend him from personal knowledge and if your piano needs tuning this is a splendid opportunity to have it done by one who understands the business and is an expert in every sense of the word Any message left at this will be delivered to Mr Homer City Council The new City Council met Monday evening and selected officers for the ensuing year The Mayor appointed the following committees On Finance Wm Herndon and HemphillOn Judge Joe Robinson and J A Beazley On Charity R Kinnaird and E W MorrowThere were several applicants for the to be filled but at a caucus held just the meeting the were agreed upon Chief of Police S DTurner Robert T Embry Attorney G B Swinebroad Clerk W B Mason We understand measures will be taken toward the building of a of water and as the people have said in thundering tones that they want water the Council should lose no time in complying with the of the taxpayers than Lancaster- is Drug- Store dinner gi ven appropriate Instruments Homer pronounced- by theyaretalk Ingabout offices C before Reserved r health whose exceedingly coming J following Treasurer active system works wishes La7rz4yS NY1rNis j Suits and Overcoats Must Go yty v Every Suit every Overcoat i n our house goes at Manufacturers Cost H T Logan The One Price Cloth ier and Furnisher ro o 0 0 t 0 o i o 2I0 v c ooa ooomoao OUR o 0o8A L o e 0 o 0- o 0 o g o ea g T A I I 0 0o o o 0 0 o 0e After a lingering and painful Miss Bettie Doores died at her residence in this city early Monday morning She had suffered from for some years all efforts to check the disease proving of no benefit She leaves a sister Mrs Mary Noel of Danville and two brothers James E of Lancaster and Dr Doores of Crab Orchard She was lifelong and de ted member of the Baptist church a true Christian and a willing worker for the cause of her Master She was highly esteemed by all who knew her and her heath is deeply deplored were conducted at the residence Tuesday morning and the remains in tered in the Lancaster Cemetery Gets Commission la Army Mr Van Denny only surviving son of Judge George Denny formerly of Lancaster but now residing in has been commissioned a lieutenant in the army being to the Infantry He was examined at Chicago and the report of the examining officers was quite complimentary Van is a young man has always been a close student and his natural abili ties fit him admirably for the A great many young men and are examined for these who fail to pass On behalf of his Lancaster friends THE RECORD congratulates the handsome young New Officials Sworn IB All the newly elected county officials were duly sworn into office Monday morning They are as follows County Judge A D Ford County Attorney Jas L Hamilton County Clerk Alex R Doty County Assessor Thos Austin Jailer David G Ross Sheriff William L Lawson The following Magistrates were also sworn in James P Bourne Forrest Stapp William Walls Mr Doty has selected his son John L Doty and Mr Thomas Wherritt as his deputies and Mr Lawson Mr dateArnold deputy sheriff We tried to secure pictures of the new of but finding that all could not be obtained for this issue we will give them later on provided we can get them all wishes each and everyone a pleasant term They are all capable and trustworthy men in whose hands the affairs of the peo ple receive careful attention Doores illness cancer Services assigned popular apply positions appointed j Lexington second recently position ricer Ta R coRD wilT G County Treasury Flush At the regular meeting of Court held Saturday County Owen WTShugars filed his which showed a balance of 11 94310 to the countys credit As Mr Shugars was appointed some time since to fill the unexpired term of Squire W H Kinnaird he will hold the place for some time yet At this meeting the order county physicianat a recent was rescinded the new court to appoint at its next meeting Miss Elisa J Lusk was allowed an addition al 100 on her salary as Superintend ent of Schools which order will meet with the approval of every one famil iar with the work she has to do She certainly deserved the raise A Suggestion Those who are familiar with the court house offices know that the vaults and rooms have become consid erably crowded with old books and pa pers which while of little value are bound to be preserved The question of disposing or removing has been frequently discussed but nothing ever came of it THE RECORD would like tosuggest to the court that at a very small cost a large vault could be on the lot the On each side thereof could be erected two offices one story high These four offices would be readily rented by law yers and the rent would in a short time pay for building the vault and become a source of revenue to the county Place the new building say twenty feet from the court house and run back to the alley making a wide between them and as the new building would only be one story high there would be no obstruc tion of light whatever or danger from fire In this new vault all the surplus papers in both the county and circuit clerks offices could be stored and being fire proof could be preserved in much condition than at present as continual handling and moving now necessary will finally wear them out As to the offices all needed would be a large front room with a consultation room in the rear The lawyers would make a rush to get the rooms a they would be convenient and just what they want RBCORDrespectf ully calls the attention of the new court to this idea believing it to be of vast benefit to the county Thecounty now owns the lot on which the new would stand Have forTIm BBCOBD the Fiscal Treasurer report appointingDrWes- ley meeting erected adjoining better the YOU paid oM r 4 L courthouse passageway THE building Stoves Stoves We are overloaded j with them and are Going To Sell I Come and see us you buy as we will save you money The Hardwire Mai J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors tt 0 It f i before R n a HABELEEN Arterial aid Caiity EntalMliff A Specialty Full Line of i Firiitire aid Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned 011 for S MS of 5ooMpward AtLaw 3 stc JYJ y 4HI Iika r Wagons We are now for tliis fa w mous wagon and have just received a car load of all sizes 1 4 ftJmlit1 Ii1J3 rn tU- 4ft i 4 A I T z sole gentsc T r t We have the Largest Host Complete Line of I Buggies Surries Road Wagons and All Kind of Vehicles VJ Bought for Spring trade ever placed before Garrard Co people We have the Largest Stock of Harnessi f s 5 r j f V r ever shown in Lancaster NVe4 want trade see us Our prices are the lowest ROMANS ELMORE r LI VrV f33 m 00 ffi QQ QgUVt IVVVV VC7VVVVV v v v- fr3 nd a 00000000000000000600000 0 your call F 4El p ll lf i tuff i I f01 J CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Jan gth 1902 Miss HELEN GOULD has again prov en her nobility of character by dona ting a liberal sum of her surplus cash toward the establishment and main of a home and hospital for poor crippled children This substan tial manifestation of the true Chris tian spirit is indeed a rarity in these days of selfishness and greed Nine out of every ten people to whom for tunes are left these days become narrow mindedand in most cases as selfish and mean as the devil A ST Louis minister announced from his pulpit the other Sunday that the women should propose the men being entirely too slow If this should become the custom a man on receiving a proposal would have to consent and get married right on the spot or the woman would change her mind before many minutes elapsed MAYOR GRAINGER of Louisvillehas announced the fact that as he has completed all his appoint mentsdished out all the pie he is now ready to his time to the business of the city For which the taxpayers are doubtless glad Wonder if he charged any salary during the time consumed in making his appointments FALSE teeth will be supplied to British soldiers now in South Africa What the British soldiers need most is backooneand if John Bull will send them a few carloads of these necessa ry equipments he will soon end the war with the Boers A PLEDGE to vote for no man who uses money or whisky in elections is being circulated in Bath county and is receiving many signatures This will never do for if whisky and moifey are taken out of Kentucky elections BETTER BE SAFE THAN sorry by taking one of the New Perfec tion Policies of Life Insurance i Company of Kentucky It is the finest V ever offered X JNCONTETABLE from of issue A definite contract Nothing Speculated Nothing Estimated Every result guar iijanteedi rt V TALK IT OVER j BECJti Jr Bank rust Co Building L tainance immediately devote The Mutual J e d J LETS IC t 1 rict C JIincaster Ky iC SpeClalAgt StateH l i 4 t 1jin- surance date VDAVIDSON b tI Riclinioud K i i t J therell be nothing left FOR the steenth time officials have announced that gambling will be stopped in Louisville Judging from the long gray hair on this chestnut the barbers have been on a strike in the Falls City for many years PAINT LICK Evorything is getting higher except wagesMr Estriege who has been ill is gradually imnroving Fish Co sixtyfive dollars worth of cob pipes last year They were made by Billy Wilcox Mrs C B Engleman has rented her farm to Louis Morgan of Whitley county for this year The annual clearing sale of R L Jennings Co is now going on thing in heavy goods such as Boots Comforts Blankets etc will be sold atsweeping reductions to make room for Spring Geods tf There is not much prospect of our bridge being finished this year Mr A B Estridge received a letter from the Company yesterday and they said they could not get the steel for the joist and didnt know when they would get it Mr J B Parks has purchased a fodder shredder and placed it in his large barn and he now has the most com plete arrangement for feeding stock of anybody in the country He runs the shredder by steam and the feed is ele vated up into the barn loft and it is so arranged that the feed can be put in any part of the loft he wants it The machine makes feed as fast as three or four wagons can haul the fodder to it Minnie Ross little girl of Mr Tom Ross caught fire Saturday and was so badly burned she died Sunday night She nad on her mothers dress skirt and she and a younger sister were playing around an old fashion wood fire place her skirt caught fire her little sister undertook to put the flames out and she got her hands bad ly burned Minnie ran out of the house and went to the barn asfast as the could crying for help her and father were at the barn strip ping tobacco it is about 200 yards from the house and when she got there her clothes were all burnt off and her flesh was all in a crisp She was 11 years old and a very bright child She was conscious to the last and begged her mother not to let her dye The bereaved father and moth er have the deepest sympaahy of the community Judge Starling Davis has moved from Lowell to Manse much to the regret of the citizens of Lowell and vicinity Mrs Bessie England and children returned home Wednesday Mrs Lizzie Adams of Mt Vernon spent a day or two here with her sis ter Mrs Jack Adams J W Smith moved to the Sam Campbell farm Mr Bud Cotton of Cincinnati was the guest of Mr J W Smith this week Mrs Annie Adams and little JoeArnoldMiss Lettie and Mabel Swearenger of Richmond spent with Misses Kate and Pearl Ely Mr Jack Adams has been quite sick Born on the 5th to the wife of JBEly an eight pound boy Buford says III tell you he is the finest boy ever saw Jess Wearen of Stanford was here this week insurance Mr W G Kemper our banker is on the sick list week In Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe We have received the following from Mr Roy Kemp of Angola r nd was in bed four weeks with la grippe and 1 tried many remedies and spent considerable for treatment with physicians but Ireceived no re lief until I tried Foleys Honey and Two small bottles of this med icine cured me and I now use it ex elusively in my family Honey and Tar has long been a house hold favorite for all throat and lung troubles Refuse substitues C C J E Stormes u dangerously sole Every mother entire letter I rf n C S has DI Tara ole r 3 1 a- z Ys tM t M M H M BusiQissanUBargains 4 Ariice line of glassware at TCurreys Machine needles and oil at Thomp Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons New lot crokinole boards A For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf Rebate stamps given at coal yard 19tf Fresh hominy grits and H Flakes at T Curreys V Dont fail our suits and over coats at cost H T Logan Gortons big Minstrel show will draw a big crowd January 10 Two small houses in Middlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavells coal yard 19tf Handsome Ties Mufflers Gloves and DressShirts Burnett Co We keep a full line of instruments and strings Thompson Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf Dont forget the famous Gortons minstrels at opera house Friday night Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat in our house at cost II T Logan Hear Gortons famous band next Friday A concert will be given on the street Just received a lot Ladies handsome Diamond and Pearl Brooches 10 Ip 35 Thompson the jeweler I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries fur your eggs T Currey J Dont forget Gortons Minstrels the biggest and best on the road Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make lay Sold by T Currey QYou can fool some people on flour but you cant fool a regular user of Potts Flour for he will not be fooled At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years Potts flour is good because it is by people that know how and is extracted from A 1 wheat tf We have just stocked up for spring trade in sterling silver spoons knives forks and fancy pieces X Thompson the jeweler Store Room For ICeutJ Now occupied as a barber shop Po session given Jan 1st Apply to J Logan tf People dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality The best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son Our suits and overcoats are going fast at cost Come in at once or you will fail to find your size H T Logan An uptodate piano Original 350 The instrument has not been abused and it will be sold ata bargain Apply to Mrs M D HugLes tf New Undertaker Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials He has a well selected stock dec19tf Eight day clock between Lancaster and Lowell about three weeks ago Return to THE RECORD office and ceive reward some scrap iron to weight your stove down Something with a Satin Fin tf For Sale Town Property A desirable with all necessary and two acres of land Easy tf Romans We have samples of cotton seed cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son For Good Work All those wanting foundation work builtjShould call on the Sexton for first reasonable rates W HKinnaird Climn Board of trustees has ordered that no one but the Sexton dd this I y 11 7 p f 1s a s Leavells to see i manufacturers 10th The is J milled tt For Sale Lost flourSish to it cottage outbuildings payments J Feed meal class workat work i k- e tt t S S January show you I S C 1 W The Board shall 11283mti 1 ref for a few loads of 1JHf Bui ram pucker Stenography and Typewriting Miss Leona Hobbs is prepared to do stenographic work and typewriting will be glad to wait upon anyone desiring that kind of work Her charges are fifteen and twentyfive cents a page Calb up Central office If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Removed We have moved into the store room in the New Garrard Hotel We will have more room and carry a larger stock than heretofore and stylish in the line of shoes and furnishings etc always on hand at lowest prices Thanking the for patronage and soliciting further favors we are Respt Yours Burnett Co Bus Itlccts All Trains Alex Miller has purchased a hand some closed carriage which will meet all trains day and night number is 122 and if you will call him up the carriage will call for you and take you to the train in time His charge is very small and the service firstclass A call left at the Garrard hotel will receive prompt attention Alex is certainly entitled to much praise for his enterprise It takes a man with confidence in himself to beat a confidence man at his own game A Good Uecomniemlution I have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What better recom mendation could any medicine have than for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy Try them when you feel dull after eating when you have had a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by R E McRoberts druggist The indolent husband of a milliner may be said to be wedded to his busi Child Worth Millions My child is worth millions to me says Mrs Mary Bird of HarrisburgPa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not purchased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure One Minute Cough cure is sure cure for coughs croup and throat and lung trouble An absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safety The little ones like the taste and remem ber how often it helped them Every family should have a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure handy At this season especially it may be needed suddenly All things that are not vvorch wait ing for come to those who watt The many friends of G H Hausan Engineer L E W R R at pres ent living at Lima 0 win be pleased to know of his recovery from threaten ed kidney disease He says I was cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure which I recommend to all especially trainmen who are usually similarly afflicted C C J E Stormes Marriage is probably the only suc cessful coeducational institution A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in my time says ville Ind I spent about 1000 have taken a few bottles and am well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt digest your food you are really starving Kodol Dyspepsia does the work by digesting the food You dont have to diet Eat all you want Kodol Dyspepsia cures all stomach troubles F P Frisbie It is necessary to postpone some marriages until they can be fianced Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of of pains in her chest and had a bad cough I gave her Chamber Iains Cough Remedy according to directions and in two days she was well and able to go to school I have used thisremedy in my family for the past seven years and have never known it to fail says James Prendergast merchant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cough Remedy It counter acts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia Sold by R E McRoberts druggist A Parents Anxiety For Son or Daughter Is relieved to a great by send ing them to the Commercial College of Kentucky University for a Business Course Hundreds of the graduates of this College once farmer clerks and teachers are receiving from 1000 to 52000 salary per year or in profit Address for particulars Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky 1 ft tl I We will par pe ffilrrel t car corn I and telephone Hob- son Everything- new public Ills telephone plenty t tress F P Frisbie t t t E Demiclr meten- tirely stomachs Chamberlains J d I 1 I P Wanted spotticasb more C W behalf an Cure extent t is The yinur who his couscicn to escape ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food needed for brain another for and still another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but it will sustain every other part Yet how ever good your food may be its is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular doses of Greens Au gust Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at atormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac 6m An old bachelor says the difference between a folding bed and a woman is that the former sometimes shuts up of its own accord E CUTE OF CKOITP A Little Hoys Life Saved 1 have a few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Remedy It saved my little boys life and I feel that I cannot praise enough I bought a bottle of it from A E Steer of Goodwin S D and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the directed every ten minutes until he threw up and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings i am positive that if I had not got that bot tle of cough medicine my boy would not be on earth Demont Iowa by R E Mc Roberts druggist I i f t ulan alItarPJ rt i6el1f A tjother muscles nutriment ItF it medicine- as todayJoel Inwood Forsale t lo os llrliinFId boa authorities 4 QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Peojles Baal oi Paint Lid Ky AT TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS TUESDAY DEC 31st 1901 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts less loans to Directors 22614 M Overdrafts secured 16131 Overdrafts unsecured 25547 Due from National Banks 11573 4G 150000 Due 13073 4G Banking House and Lot 201740 287800 Specie 71762 Currency and Fixtures 1245X0 Current Expenses Last 5G909 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in Undi vided profits Deposits subject to check on interest paid f15781 84 8000 PO 1302 S7 Capital Stock not paid 800000 SUPPLEMENTARY amount of indebtedness of stockholder person company or firm including of the or firm the liability of the individual members thereof or Indirectly if such Indebtednest 20 per cent of capital stock ac foully in and amount of surplus of the bank 1500 00 How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured Good personal se curity Highest amount of indebtedness of e any or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 1C cent of paidnp capital stock of bank 750 00 How Is same secured Good per sonal security Does amount of indebtedness of person company or firm including in or the liability of the individual members exceed 30 cent of paidup capital and actual surplus State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss W G Peoples Bank of Paint Lick Ky a Bank doing business in town of Paint Lick said county being duly sworn says that the forego is in all respects a true statement condition of said a the close of business on the 31st of December 1901 to of his knowledge and belief and fur ther that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made compliance with an official received from of State designating the Slst day of December 1901 as the on which such be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G Kemper cashier the 1st of January 1902 W B Public for Garrard county My commission expires August 29 1904 975 00 anddlIortl ges 1928 00 215 62 64824i 45751 84 an exceeds ling the t 1 Ky 32l03 5917 snot the o best W G Temper Cashier R G B L Arnold A B Estrldge a DIrectors J v y ar r Just For Fun Read This For a Limited time and Cash Only Ward Sympson Will sell all Calicoes at Best Percales at Apron Ginghams Brown Cottons Bleached Cotton Pepperell 94 Sheeting Bed Ticking to Sc per yd 4j c per yd 4 and 4 to yc per yd Brown isc Bleached i6c per yd 8 n and i2 Outing Cloth 4C 6c 8c and gc per yd Flannelettes New designs just out at 4c worth i2 c per yd Underwear at reduced prices BOOTS at your own price SHOPS All kinds at corresponding reduction Just received new lot of the celebrated PETERS SHOES COMFORTS and BLANKETS cost Granulated Sugar 20 lbs for loo Arbuckles Coffee utf Everything else goes at prices that will save you money Come and be CONVINCED WARD SYMPSON I 4C per yd C 5C per yd C per yd 7 i 7 GROCERIES Call and Let Us Prove It We are located here permanently and cant afford to do slipshod work Call on us and and have that hair trimmed as it should be not looking like a bun dle of oats Henry Duncan in Gar rard Hotel building L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special barqaigjjg Blue Grass Farms i OHH Civil ENGINEERLancaster Ky COUNTY All business promptly attended to W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY T JOHNSTON Sun EYOIt Lancaster Marble Yorks ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from S3 upward Call at works near the depotS MeGTJlRE The Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE flr R Goldstein K At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Feb 3rd One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours to 5pm9 tl m The SuperlativeThat and nothing less than that applies in describing our overcoat service The New Yoke as builttomeasure for our customers by The Royal Tailors of Chicago represents the outside limit in strictly swag ger dress As spotless as virtue and asgraceful as a faosfep Perfect best tailoring that American tailors know how to give Comeaiid see our new this months plates on The HARVARD The YALE The LIPTON Style is hammered right into them THEY FIT The one you get is made for you And the low price is the marvel of the merchant tailoring world We make the other styles of overcoats too 15fe Automobile ofic Royal Raglan S6e London Top Coat everything in v fashiorvablc dress for men and boys Pay txnd dross better Our stock is still unbroken for Suits of our popular price 15 1850 and 20 To be sure of getting a suit for Christmas place your once TOT Jot fm Jw Jr JL MM Ju Overcot II fabricstested liningsselected trimmingsand- the 4 J less order at J cA c V C eh4 F 4 f s L i j z About The People Erank Marksbury was in Huston Tille this week Miss Lucy Francis is in Richmond visiting relatives Representative R H Tomlinson left Saturday for Frankfort Miss Mandy Estis who has been quite ill is convalescing Randolph Harris of Lincoln was here Friday and Saturday Miss Lena Rigney has returned to Hamilton College at Lexington Messrs John Burnside and Branham Beazley were in Richmond Sunday Mrs Erasmus Dunn spent Saturday with Misses Martha and Sallie Til lettEld daughter MissEllen visited his son Mr H M Ballou first of the week Mr Towles Walker of Point Leavel has returned from a visit to friends in Lebanon Shelby Tribble of this office spent Saturday and Sunday at Richmond with his home folk Mrs K Shugars has returned from a visit to her parents Mr und Mrs Tanner of McKinney Misses Berthenia McChord and Earl Chenault of Richmond are guests of Miss Florence Burnside has accepted a call as pastor of a A church at Howard Kansas Misses Alberta and Lida Hilton af ter a visit to Miss Bessie Batson have returned to their home in Brodhead Misses Jennie and Elveree Wallace entertained Monday evening in honor of Miss Erie Cnenault of Richmond Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained Tuesday evening in her charm ing visitors Misses Hudson Burnside and Walker Miss Bettie Anderson is at home again from Knoxville Tehn She re ports the condition of her sister Miss Allie very much improved Lexington Herald Mi s Olivia Sweeney is fast recovering from her illness and will more from St Josephs Hospital today to Mrs Dabney Carrs on South Limestone street r Judge M D Hughes received a tele gram from his daughter Mrs Percy at Spokane Washington an nouncing the birth of a handsome boy The young man has been named in honor of his uncle Robt E Hughes Miss Hattie Robertson returned from Cynthiana Saturday and will re main with friends in this city for a few days before returning home She has accepted a position in Ohio as trimmer Miss Robertson has made many friends among our people who regret that she is to leave Danville Courier Miss Mel Hop per who has been visiting Miss Helen Taylor will leave today for Boston Mr and Mrs G N Jean have taken rooms at the Gilcher Miss Nell Bourne of Garrard is visiting Miss Clyde McGinnis fora few days Miss Leila McKee has returned to Oxford Ohioaf ter spending the holidays with her parents Dr and Mrs J L McKee Danville delightful New Years day event was the reunion of the Noel family at the house of Mrs Mary Noel on Fourth Street The members of the family were gathered together for the first time in four years and the long separation made the occasion all the more enjoyable for all The following were present R R Noel Stanford Marshall Noel It It It It i i t Banou and W vmcNVJs1wyr N honor of f K J NewsA tI 4 f I 1 t Ld ien oei I r p i f j r I LI AJ x lri I Knoxville and Misses Margaret and Gertrude Noel of Lancaster Banks Hudson was in Lexington the first of the week Miss Alice Walker entertained a few friends last night Miss Bessie Batson has been visiting relatives in Stanford Frank Marksbury spent several days this week inNicholasville Mr John M Logan is in Cincinnati this week buying more goods Miss Rose Dooley of Cincinnati is the guest of her sister Miss Anna Miss Christine Bradley attended the ball at Hustonville Friday dvening Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford is expected this week to visit Miss Dove HarrisMr Mrs W K Shugars have taken rooms with Miss Sallie Tillett Dan ville avenue Dr Harry Blanton of Richmond was here Sunday to see one of our charming visitors Miss Nannie Pope and HattieSmith of Barbourville are visiting Mrs W H Smith and family Mr and Mrs Ben Hughes are receiv ing congratulations over the arrival of a pretty little daughter Miss Hare of Nicholasville is the guest of her sister Mrs McClelland Johnson Danville avenue Miss Christine Bradley has as her guests Misses Chenault of Richmond Carpenter of Stanford Club was entertain ed for the first time this winter by Rev and Mrs Moore Friday evening A handsome picture of Miss Altha Miller of Louisville appeared in Sat urdays Times Miss Miller will be re membered as the popular guest of Mrs Robert Embry Misses Florence Burnside of Point Leavel Allene Hudson of Danville and Alice Walker of Hubble three handsome and attractive are the guests of Miss Lizzie Hudson Danville Advocate Mrs Ophelia Dunn and Mrs E N Perkins of Lan caster Mrs S E Rice Hedgeville and Col Thornton Kemper spent New Years with Mr A J Kemper and fam ily of this city Stanford Journal Miss Christine Bradley of Lancaster was with Miss Tevis Carpenter last week M F El kin is down sick again T B Robin son of Lancaster was here Friday Miss Nell Dilon of Lancaster was the guest of friends here Miss Altie Marksbury entertained at cards Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford The guests were Misses Tevis Carpen ter Christine Bradley Margaret Tom linson Bessie Marksbury Messrs John Burnside Ed Doty Branham Beazley Robert Davidson and W B Burton Stanford Journal Mesdames Bur dett Ramsey Sr and Burdett Jr of Garrard are down to see Master Burdett Ramsey Bright Mrs Cleo Brown who has successfully conducted a millinery establishment at Georgetown has rented W Alcorns storeroom on Lancaster street and will open a millinery store there in a week or so The following announcement has been receivedJohn F Lear Fannie Harris Married Thursday December twentysixth nineteen hundred and one Cincinnati Ohio At Home Garrard Hotel Lancaster Kentucky after January fifteen 1902 I The Crokinole JudgeJ and Tevis young ladies Ramsey It requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS T T T T T T T T T T T T T I t t t + + A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to oreours McRoberts Drug Store W1t lt ttltJliUJitJJJJ 0 1ltJ tJJJjtJJttJtJJ r LOCAL After the Investment Companies Thirteen investment companies at Lexington have been notified by the Post office Department that their ter mail will not be delivered They are notified that they will be given a hearing on January 13 The holds that the investment com panies are of the nature of lotteries and are obtaining money by fraudu lent pretenses Notice to the Public at Large We have established at Kirksville Madison county Ky an Exchange house for the purpose of accommoda ting the farmers in that district with Flour Meal Bran etc This business will be conducted by Mr J B Walk er the polite allround merchant at that place Call on him for your needs in his and our line you will be nicely treated Respectfully jan92t Potts Brothers The Home merchant The Portsmouth Blade makes the following remarks which apply to all towns When taxes are to be paid the merchant isin the first rank When thesubscription paper is passed he is on it the most and biggest When tickets for church and charity are sold he is the heaviest purchaser When a public enterprise is to be carried through he gets to carry the burden Now when you have to buy things dont you think you ought to spend your money with the home merchant WINTER TOURIST RATES Queen Crescent Route Winter tourist rates are now in to all points South Through sleeping car service to Florida and New Orleans Fast schedules Low rates to Charleston South Carolina Exposition ever seen in the South is promised at the Charleston Exposition this winter Ticket agents will gladly furnish in formation as to rates and schedules when uponW Rinearson G r A W J Murphy General Manager Would Work Well In Garrard Bourbon county has a game warden and the law is being enforced in a way that good results will follow Not long ago four white men were fined a good sum for shooting doves out of season and three negro men were similarly treated for catching fish with seins The game laws are good enough to be vigorously enforced in every part of the State and every le gitimate sportsman ought to give help in this direction A game warden in every county who would do his duty faithfully would provp a valuable pub lic servant cant sportmen of Garjard take such steps Heavy Travel on C S Danville passen ger traffic over the Queen Crescent during the past week has been very heavy The usual Florida Special has not been put on and most of the work falls onto the noon fast train This train was so long and heavy on Mon day and other days that it was neces sary to double up engines and run through with two big locomotives The Florida Special running straight through from Chicago to Tampa will be put on the middle of this month There will be a train each way every day and Lexington and Somerset will be the only stops in this state To The Public- I have sold my stock of Hardware etc to K F Postle and turned same with my good will over to him I am very grateful to my good friends for their very liberal patronage in the past and bespeak for Mr Postle the same kind and liberal patronage as ex tended me It is very important to me that my business be settled as soon as possible I ask all who are indebted to me to come soon to the old stand where I can be found for a short time or J B Collier in my absence to wait on you By so doing you will greatly oblige your friend 192t Robinson Interesting to Kentuckians For a generation past the newspa pers and the pulpit have seldom lost an opportunity to moralize upon Ken tuck as the dark and bloody ground the single state in the Union where passion never cools and where public law is always subordinate to the per sonal code To discover the facts con cerning Kentucky feuds their causes and results the editor of Leslies Monthly sent Mr E Carl Litsey a careful and accurate observer on a journey through the most notorious districts of the State Mr Litsey dis carded all hearsay and relied solely upon first information The story of all he saw and heard which is set forth in Frank Leslies PopularMonth ly for January is of peculiar interest to every Kentuckian Favor Thankfully Received An exchange very truthfully says no business men are more annoyed by those who want something for noth ing than the newspaper publisher People seem to forget that the news paper is primarily published as a busi ness enterprise and that it costs a great deal of money from first to last to run one Persons who would not go into a merchants house of business and expect to get any of his stock in trade without paying for it will drop into a newspaper office and ask free space for the setting of type printing and postage for a matter in which they alone have a pecuniary interest and profit The average newspaper in the course of a year gives to church charity and humanity far more than the average business house and gets no credit either w ADDITIONAL I let i I Government Greatestdisplay CourierSouthern J C 1 e 1 effect aunty for benevolence One of Its Uses A drunken wortnless negro froze to death at Paris Sunday night A similar occurrence is also reported from As death by freez ing is reported to be absolutely pain less a gentleman suggests that whis ky may have its uses after all in the community of worthless characters by the zero route Flem ingsburg TimesDemocrat Hard On the Doc The Kansas City Journal tells of a physician in Russell Kansas who com plained to the editor of the local pa per that the doctors name was not mentioned in an announcement of births Ill insert it hereafter on one condition replied the editor Whats that asked the physician That I shall also mention your name in connection with the deaths The physician thought the matter over and concluded that he didnt care to have his name printed in connection with the births anyway Read the 41st Psalm A welltodo deacon in Connecticut was one day accosted by his pastor saidPoor Widow Greens wood is out Cant you not take her a load Well answered the deacon have the wood and 1 have the team but who is to pay me for it The pastor replied I will pay you for it on condition that you read three verses of the 41st Psalm before you go to bed tonight The deacon consented delivered the wood and at night opened the word of God and read the passage he that considereth the poor the Lord will deliver him in of trouble The Lord will preserve him and keep him alive and he shall be blessed upon the earth and thou wilt rot deliver him unto the will of his enemies The Lord will strengthen him upon the bed of languishing thou wilt make all his bed in his sickness A few days afterward the pastor met againHow do I owe you deacon for that load of wood Oh said the now do not speak of payment I did not know those promises were in the Bible I would not take money for supplying the widowss wants A Few Solid Questions Do peddlers trust you until you sell your corn Do peddlers pay taxes in your town Do you warm your shins at the fire furnished by peddlers when you come to townDo pay taxes in your coun tyDo you ever hear of anyone getting short weight from peddlers Do peddlers help keep up the schools and churches Do peddlers ever misrepresent their goodsHave peddlers any interest in you except to get your money Do peddlers correct mistakes Are peddlers traveling through the country for their health Do peddlers sell you goods when you have no money ever buy anything of a ped dler that you could not have bought as cheap in town Can you see a hole in a fence when it is as big as a barrel Can your merchant get along with out your trade Can you get along without the home merchant What the Legislature Should Do Should pass an act requiring each county to support its own pauper idi otsA stringent law against saloons opened on Sunday Change the Legislative Judicial and Congressional districts if at all very littleMake a liberal appropriation for the Worlds Fair exhibit at St Louis and put the matter in charge of business men and not politicians Change our absolute system of so tnat wealth shall be assess ed nearer to its value Several important amendments to the school law Raise the amount necessary to se cure an appeal from Circuit Courts to the Court of Appeals from 200 to 500 unless some new question of law is in volvedProhibit lobbyists of all kinds from entering the State Capitol when the Legislature is in session Make such a comprehensive and stringent law against pool rooms as to break them up Take the right of pardon away from the governor and vest it in a board of three Pardon Commissioners Abolish the right of pardon for car rying concealed deadly weapons Elizabethtbwn News GILES Woods Burton is very sick at this writingMadam Rumor reports another wed ding here very soon Mrs M S House has been very sick for the past week but is conva lescing Moses Masters had the misfortune to have his barn blown down in a storm county They have just completed the new ferry boat at this place which was much needed and is now ready for useMisses Lucy and Margaret House Wm Snyder and Alvin Howard of Madison county have just returned from a visit to Fayette county jfi Winchester I Blessed- is t i m e enlightened- man Didyou now eighteenhogs 1 ridding being assessment recent very MANSE Several in the community are very sick with tonsilitis Misses Jennie Higgins and Panthea Royston leave this week for Bowling Green where they will attend school Mr Tom Palmer and family moved to Lancaster this week Mr and Mrs Thomp Ramsey moved into the house which Mr Palmer vacated Saufley Hughes and Ed Doty of Lancaster attended church here Sunday Miss Mayme Ramsey is visiting friends in Louisville Dr Ramsey and family will spend the remainderof the winter in Pass Christian Miss Miss Annie Reid continues very ill she has been a patient sufferer and her many friends hope to soon see Rev McClung filled the pulpit at the church at Lancaster Sunday night He is an excellent minister and all are very much pleased with him BRYANTSVILLE B F Jennings sold to Ben Graham a house and lot for 1000 Mr Henry Vantrees has rented the Haselden property for this year Mr Dan Cheatham and Miss Nannie Ball were made one at the home of the bride Jan 1st Mr Ben Mullins store caught fire from a defective flue and would have burned but assistance came and the flames were soon under control Mrs Ison and daughter from Will more visited her sister Mrs Dr last week Mr Wm Peters from Mackville Miss Sallie Mills Kansas nephew and niece of C M Jen kins have been visiting here the past week Mrs Kate Pollard of Wash ington and Mr Sim Naylor of Texas have been the guests of relatives here the past week RevJackson who has been with us the past few months has returned to Willmore and will attend college there He will still fill his regular apointment at this place MARKSBURY H D Aid ridge sold a cow to T S Elkin at 21 cents per pound- A good crowd attended the sale of J H Parks Household and kitchen furniture and farming implements sold low Cow sold for 30 sheep at 250 The horses were not sold Mr and Mrs M F Rout gave an ele gant dining to a number friends last Thursday Mrs Mary Floyd son and daughter of Danville visited the family of Mr John Royston last week Mr and Mrs Robert Humphreys and little daughter after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs J C Boner have gone South to spend the remainder of the winter Miss Elza Logan of Mitchellsburg has been spending days with Miss Sallie Herring Mrs Dr J H Durham and little daughter Annie Lee after spending the holidays with her parents Mr and D Aldridge returned to her home Friday Miss Carrie Durham entertained a few friends Tuesday evening in honor of Mr Alex Durham and bride A little daughter came to the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Hughes on the 30th Miss Rose Aldridge is quite sick at this writing Miss Sallie Herring entertained a number of friends on the evening of Dec 31 in honor of her friend At the dawn of the New Year all left wishing her many happy returns of the evening PREACHERSVILLE Moving has been the order of the day for some time J P Rogers bought 100 acres of J P Ballard for 12 per acre J S Pettus who has been sick for some time is much improved at this writingJ sold 80 acres of his farm to W H Cummins for 3250 per acre J H Thompson has bought of J McCarley his home place of about 430 for 2750 per acre F F Cummins and family is moving to Crab Orchard greatly to the regret of his many friends here Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson two of our most charming young la dies entertained a number of friends last Friday night Rev F J Rogers and family left last Monday for Oklahoma where they will make their future home We wish them much success Dr Hizer has not done much work on his new house for some time tho will soon press the completion and when complete will be one of the pret tiest dwellings in our town J L Hutchins and wife Thos Shaw and Rev Wm C Hutchins were visit ing Hutchins county last week and found the C Oil boom running high since the gusher which burnt up the machinery and shot 300 feet in the air Rev H B Cockrill was been visiting here last week J F Payne and family visited Will Land Sunday Menifee and wife were visiting his brother Sunday Bro E C Walton thinks we reported too many families in our town who has in the school age I think E C it would pay you to get out and see what is going on We have a public school in our town also another school draws from our village and Prof E E Bishop has bought seven acres of land here for 700 and the contract is let for part of the rough lumber for our new college building So come over and see us the phrase single blessed ness frequently occurs in an anony mous novel its a tentoone shot that the author is a man L I ii her out agaIn Presbyterian several Mrs H Hayden L acres talking- of in Knox is Elmore nochildren When married t I I I Armstrong r I Our New Store Room l ij SUPPPLIED WITH Everything in The Millinery line 1H3I roJ g Some pretty hats nice ribbons and novel ties on display at low prices 1 Sallie D Tillett 1 A r13 13 13 ij 13 13 WE ARE NOV LOcATED IN II Y r- L N 1 n J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages ORGANIZED 1883 c RATIONAL BARK or LJUTOABTBI rr Capital Surplus Fund 95OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Gnaraateetf J M HieaiNBOTEAX LXWIB Y LXATILL B F HUDSON W O ElGNKT OD WALKBB Frealden Cuhla Assistant Caahi DIRECTORS JlCHiaaiMBOTHAX Lxwu YL ATILL TMABMOLD HUDSON BANK 10000 BOO eJe1 B F Jl ALKIR Z93 THE NATIONAL vice Preeident R CAPITAL 5000000 t f OF SURPLUS iio ooooc j I I LANCASTER KY A B DINKY President JNO E BIOBHXS Vice President 8 C DINKY Cashier r T F ROBINSON JR Asat Cashr B T EMBRY Bookkeeper I DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes LancasterLodge No 104 W H Kinnaird AMF Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master Notice of Dissolution By mutual consent the firm of H M Ballou Co have dissolved All owing said firm must settle with H M Ballou who will be found at the old stand We expect prompt HM Ballou and 1225012t Notice of Election There will be a meeting of the the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK hold in their banking house inLancaster Ky between the hours of 10 oclock A x and 2 oclock P M Tuesday January 14 1902 for the purpose of electing five Directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 10 1901 B F HUDSON CASHIER Notice of Election There will be a meeting of the share holders of The National Bank of Lancaster Ky at its Bank building on Tuesday January 14th 1902 between the hours of 10 a m and 2 p m for the purpose of electing five directors to serve for the ensuing year Very Respectfully 8 C DENNY Cashier Statedmeetings settlement K FPostle shareholders- of sister parties Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally J W SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S visiting invited MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat and Whooping B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store 00 I AndLung positivelycures PAYPrice G t Fever LOCAL TIMETABLES FlSoutnbna Mixed leaves Lancaster 11 05 AM Northbnd Mixed 335 riNorthbnd VAAPassgr Southbnd 12 111 A M Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly- at Low Prices For further information call onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY QueenPalatine National HartfordConneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile A FREE PATTERN your own selection to every Only SO cents a year I A KINNAIRD INSURANCE ReDresentin FolIol COJlDanies Aetna AeIna Life Ins Co of HartfontConu subscriber x R1 w MAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE A beautiful colored Utut fashions economies scribe lod r or icnd c lot lUtt copy Lady agents wanted Send for terms PerfectFitting Paper Patterns household hints IIctlo ate Uptodale fancywork MS CALL BAZAR P I All Seams tile eattbl fleet Only to and S Cents Ask fur them Sold la aurl ry citand or by THE McCALL CO 111115117 West 31st Sf raw Alewed aw P feratNet tie eel SewIM eachnone biher town malt from 1 YOiK The Time For TORNADOES I Has Arrived m Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged lives lost by 3 VIOLENT WINDS l Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind istorms It costs but little 3 R 1 mmmmmnrmmmnrmnrmmmmnrmmmmmmnr L i j i 1 t t 1- E EE 111WW KINK I RD 44 1M the IFIilsOUI Jetl N WirseRue accompanied mucous in the mouth erup tious on the sore throat copper colored splotches b s swollen glands musci and bones the disease is making rapid headway and far worse aching poison S S S is the and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this It cures the thoroughly and permanently fOllO wunless thebl00 d is promptlyand effectually cleansed of this worst cases w111 CHNndILl In the fall of i contracted Bloo Poison I three doctors but their treatment tried le baa did me no ood I was worse all the time my hair came out ulcers appeared throat mouth body was almost with colored s and offensive sores I suffered from rheumatic pains in m shoulders and arms My condition iave been no worse a1Bicted as Iwas can understand ny sufferings I had about Ii co It r seam Ibut jnurt confess I little faith left In any the third bottle I none a change in condi tion court thorough trial From that time on xnent was rapid SSS seemed to have the completely under control the sores and ulcers healed and I was soon free from alt I have n 5 So had was truly en and I deter mined to S S S a disease signs decided to aziedicine fter disorder t IL 6n Noblesville Ind been strong ever since W Sierra Box ann neatuiy T is the only purely known 1000 is offered for that Contains a particle oi vegetable b 1 0 a it Pu mercury potash or other Send for our book on Blood Poison it contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for self treatment We charge nothing for advice cure yourself at home THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA mineral poison medical J nlh- V jj Y0 S C IIi lilt I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling B M West 103tf At the public sale of Herefords held at Kansas City 90 females averaged 34990 and 20 bulls averaged S288 Breeders of Morgan horses all report that there is a large and unsatisfied New Century Comfort Millions are daily finding a world of comfort in Bucklens Arnica Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruises conquers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions Salt Rheum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best pile cure on earth Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick druggists demand for stallions mares and showing the real characteristics of this breed According to the Missouri Farmer the oldest hen in the United States died recently at the age of 14 years She had raised over 40 broods of and was the property of Aaron Brower of South Plainfield Mo tie seedless raisins and brainless dudes have long been in vogue but this year the fad seems to have taken hold of the farmers all over the coun tryand they have raised earless corn The Secret of IODC Life Consists in keeping all the main or gans of the body in healthy regular action and in quickly destroying deadly disease germs Electric Bit tors regulate Stomach Liver and purify the blood and give a splendid appetite They work in curing Kidney Troubles Fe male Complaints Nervous Diseases Constipation Dyspepsia and Malaria Vigorous health and strength always follow their use Only 50c guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick druggists A new breed of chickens just re ceived in New York from China have tails 12 feet long They are kept in cages and when they are taken out for exercise an attendant goes along to hold up the feathers The hens lay 30 eggs a year which are hatched by other hens The biggest little thing in an indus trial way is the match of wbi h we make and use annually over 125000 000 It is estimated that the sumption is five matches a day ery man woman and child of the pop ulation which makes 400000000 a day A single machine turns out 660000 matches an hour or 5280000 each working day of eight hours Lifes Period Old Age is Robbed- ofIts terrors and renewed youth and regal figuregained through FRIEND There is no reason In the ever famous woman once There are no uwomen there are women who do not unstand how to make themselves ly N er geldings chickens telegraphy Kidneys wonders MOTHERS worldWhywoman should not be pleasant upon A 13 beautifuL I t j coLt fo I Of 4 Fri nd I valuable to wifeIt Is a liniment for external application and re sickness the skin 1 rubbed Into the whole period of preg is or their if Friend is regularly Pplied The child too Is Itshealth and vigor are charactertitle of both mother and child a bottle iHum m get old lose shape from at et JJ t for 4 1IIU i w S r f f a aid aM suffering due to Mc If this throughout nancy Women use and birth of 100 Write oartree booklet I a 4e to a Chi There was increase of about 560000 cattle 1620000 hogs and 885000 sheep in the combined receips at Chicago Kansas City Omaha St Louis St Joseph and Sioux City for 1901 The six markets received about 7200000 cattle 19100000 hogs and 7400000 sheep Chicago alone had 3031000 cattle 8900000 hogs and 4040009 sheep for the year Danville Advocate Toohey Sul II van purchased over 12000 turkeys during the past season the average price being 6 cents per pound They were dressed and shipped to Bosttn A majority of them were purchased in Boyle and a rough estimate indicate that the turkey crop alone brought into the county something like 12000 Many a boy has got his first tion into the real meanness of this old world by having his dad sell a calf or a pig which the boy had given him Finds Way to Long The startling announcement of a Discovery that will surely lengthen lifd is made by editor O H Downey of Churubusco Ind wish to state he writes that Dr Kings New Dis coveryfor Consumption is the most infallible remedy that I have ever known for Coughs Colds and Grip Its invaluable to people with weak lungs Having this wonderful med icine no one need dread Pneumonia or Consumption Its relief is instant and cure certain R E Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee every 50c and 1 bottle and give trial bottles free and which he really thought he own ed We do not know of any one thing which will start a boy wrong any more surely than this Feeding straw instead of hay to work horses that do not work much in winter is a practice that a great farmers have never pursued who have tried it like it very much The straw acts as a divisor in the ra tion and with grain the horses will as well as when fed hay When the work is hard the team will require good hay The matter of stock dying from new corn new fodder worm dust sorghum etc has been thoroughly in vestigated by tho Illinois agricultural college which states that the deaths are due to nothing more than a sud den change of feed and that the worm dust on the corn is not harmful Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Use at once the remedy that stopped it for Mrs N A Webster of Winnie Va She writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches I had suffered from for two years Cure Headache Constipation Bilious ness 25c at R E McRoberts and Fish Co Paint Lick When a barber is ill he is too hoarse work Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can always be prevented by the use of Foleys Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes The lightning calculator is merely figurehead A Cure for Lumbago W Williamson of Amherst Va says more than a year I suffer lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave me entire relief which all other rem edies had failed to do Sold by R E McRoberts druggist It almost impossible to make a mean man feel mean Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together Little Early Risers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubled with costiveness nine years says J O Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best results P P A selfmade man never grows weary of praising his maker i Children Especially liable Burns bruises and cuts are extreme painful and if neglected often in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps be cause not so careful As a remedy Ue Witts Witch Hazel Salve is unequal ed Draws out the fire stops the pain soon teals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for DeWitfcs Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema two Physic ians gave her up writes James Mock Webster Ind The sores were so s bad she soiled two to five dresses a Frisbie society girls are as sweet as sugar of the powdered variety Women and Jewels Jewels candy flowers man that is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow to the averagewoman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu ous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use 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 cureall but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all troubles Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Al inanac 6rn luc erts mv of iles or er Q fat c would LIve 1 eating Lancaster For ed from is u DeWitts result after P P M viI a You Can get j tttr daS in McRol J 5 isbie ome ron1- ol Dr 4siAIE it5 p I who only un a five in a the for in was ma nia will tire Tar or the 110000 American soldiers participated in the Mexican war about 5000 are living Judge Cantrill will try Jim Howard Admiral Dewey will spennd the in Florida Peter Cooper Hewitt has invented a new which may revolutionize II At Bethany Conn Edmund Peck retired Methodist clergyman aged eighty years and his daughter thirty years were burned to death The infant child of Orville Pollock Bourbon county died as a result of brass rivet lodging in its throat The fiveyearold child of Lee Bow man was fatally burned at Pineville Burgln is to have a new tobacco manufactory An oil well will be sunk in Mercer county on a farm where oil was struck some years ago The properties and concessions of Panama Canal Company were for offered to the United States for 40000000 President McCarty has named a cial committee to represent the Ken tucky Press Association in matters legislative at Frankfort this winter Robbers at Bethany got away with 2000 stolen from a bank had a battle with citizens Mrs Ira Light wife of a life con viet filed suit at Washington Ind for damages against the saloon keeper who it is alleged sold her hus band the whisky which caused him to commit the crime for which he is in prison 350000 was spent in new building and improvements at Lexing G6NERAI9 A young man and woman were mar rietj while standing on top of the tow of the courthouse in Evansville Rear Admiral Sampson is failing both physically and mentally and the end is now regarded as near He is said to intractible The monthly report of the United States Treasury Department shows a slight increase in receipts and a big decrease in expenditures for Decem her 1901 compared with the same month in 1900 A big reduction in the expenses of the War Department and a slight increase in the expenses of the Navy Department are also shown public debt was reduced more than 8000000 last month Gen Gordon has issued the official order for the Confederate reunion at Dallas Texas April 23 to 25 A J Hawes was fined 2000 by County Judge Spaldingat Morganfield aiding William Feeney a negro union miner to evade arrest He has appealed the case Through the influence of Represen tative Gilbert the closing of traffic on the Kentucky river for the of locks and dams has been postponed till late the summer season Copies of a remarkable proclamation that is being circulated in the Philip seven of them claiming to be in the United States military service and it invites American soldiers to desert and join the Filipinos In the figures now presented by the New York Journal of the total capitalization of all consolidations in the United States to approximate 6500000000 there is found additional reason for insistence upon publicity of trust for the protection of inventors and the public The United States are reasonably wel1 suppiied with railroad lines but during 1901 there were constructed 5057 miles of additional track This exceeds the new mileage of any year 1890 In Georgia New Mexico and Texas the new track laid in each State more than 200 miles In Oklaho 427 miles were built Pennsylva exceeded any other State in the number of roads projected or There were 33 lines with 153 miles of new track Pneumonia and La Grippe if you but knew the splendid merit Foleys Honey and Tar you would never be without it A dose or two prevent an attack of pneumonia la grippe It may save your life The prevention of consumption is en a question of commencing the proper treatment in time Nothing so well adapted to ward off fatal lung troubles as Foleys Honey and C C J E Stormes LOW BATES Special Round Trip Rates on C Sc 6 Railway Commencing January 1st 1902 round trip tickets will be sold between all stations of the C 0 Railway except v between Charlottsville and Washing ton and between Lexington Lou and intermediate stations atareduction from the local rates On and after that date passengers paying fare on the will be charged lOc extra receiving a receipt from the Conductor which amount lOc will be refunded on presentation of such receipt to any ticket office George W Barney Div PassAgt The man who lives on his wits nev finds it necessary to invest in anti remedies When a mans wife tells him to wait just a second he caaform some idea of what eternity is like 44 For Ar i O Q winter light methods They 2000 Nearly seton in 1901 doer be The Washington Commerce showing industrial affairs general extended and traIns i pe u I I I 64o4 real oooooeGeoGooeo444c4GoGGooo i inating ly IlL ly e k Oarrard T B LONG MANAGER INTRODUCING GORTONS CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA Friday Evening Jan 10 FIRST Special attention should be given to the vocal and mu numbers as a selection will be made from one of thetwo songs opposite each singers name CONVERSATIONALIST C C PEARL Musical Director Jos Gorton Jr JJ It t G U PARTOPENING w T T cT ce Opei4ouse TON TMo 4ITL1 S BONES Jake Welby Sam W Lee J C Covey COMPANYHypnotizingIm from Missouri and JAKE WELBY Have to Show Me Down on the Old Suanee When Mother Used to Sing W J DELANY that Song Walk Walk Lime Kiln Club hANK GOODMAN Mr Volunteer Where the Mississippi Flows EUGENE ELLIOTT Im Tired cAAf LEEWhen Mr Shakepere Comes to Town f Battle King CTTTTM AXWhere the Billows Roll High U E TIlE CRESCENT CITY QUINTETTE Delany Pearl popularSelections FINALE An Echo of the Past THE SENATOR AND THE JUDGE Senator Sam Lee Judge Welby Messenger Boy J C Covey OUR OLIO OF FASHIONABLE VAUDEVILLE Colored Swelldom Illustrated by that Meritorious Singer and Dancer EUGENE ELLIOTT WELBY and PEARL Fin de Siecle Exponents of Refined ftegro Comedy intro ducing their latest Conceit Three Ages in Black HANK GOODMAN Thats All GORTON and LEE AMERICAN DANCING NOVELTY TRIO The introducing the Won derful Sooist Eugene WELBY PEARL and ELLIOTT Executing the following numbers a Ensemble American Dance b Solo Clog Eugene Elliott c Trick Dance without music Welby and Pearl d Double American Clog Dance e Ensemble Mazourka Heart One Soul original Strauss EXECUTIVE STAFF Joseph Gorton Proprietor and Founder C C Pearl Manager George M Sparks Stage C W Representative You ll t i t f t I f J aim Just ClogOne I I 1 j New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE Pacific Coast In effect Sunday May 10 The new train leave Louis at 9 a m daily Evening train to same points 1010 p m daily Double daily ser vice line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco tickets now on sale For further information address B G MATTHEWS Tarveling Pass Agent Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND amNumberNumber 4 Daily Does Not Number a stops when 414 pm Number stop at Danville but doesstop at Junction City at 451 am SOUTH BOUND Nnmber 1 when flaged 11 46 amNumber 5 Daily Number 9 except Sunday Number 3 On r 11 25 pm Excursion Stop356 ani ii 12 an755pm Gen l Arw Ji Louisville Lexington M tS terling W iIadeiphia CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway I Time In eict Jnlyl51900 EAStSO I STATIONS 1225 nn 650 am 3015 am 1240nn 830am 1120am1157am OOpm845am 9 l8pm 943pm340pm 705pm 9 OSpm 8 12am 8 SOam- 925am Through Trains run to and from New York Other trains run except Sunday car reservations or write or telephone OEOW ARNEYDpA LEXINGTON KT The finest gold fills 150 amalgum 75cts Dr Hobson dentist Bich mond At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second MondayS tf iZ LY LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY 6 550pm 680pm 705pm VJESSOtTzrc STATIONS M LvNewYork Philadelphia Winchester Lexington f 1020am215pm 7 S7am 8 12am 8 OOam 12am 1105am 500pm731pm 4 lOpm 4 5 800pm 550am622am 7 OOam 212pm 2 45pm 330pm Hank Goodman George M Sparks H C Whitney TA lIBaS fr Lo OJ1 rIUa o 1 Lille s Nr 1 kt DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS Louisville and St Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains For rates and further information address L J IRWIN G p A LOUISVILLE KY Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and latest discovereddigest ant tonic No other approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache and all other results imperfect digestion Price50c and 1 Large size contains 2VS times Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Cblcago th BETWEEN KodolDyspepsia reconstructing organs is the preparation- can smalls1ze Book u dyspepsfama1ledtree st 4 AMA Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to 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 L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale withus We will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us indirectly z DAVIDSON 1 Nol House anti Lot in Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Herchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house rooms hallwny 1 varumlas and a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Trice is right and terms easy No 23 Vacant in Lancaster This Property is Cheap anti ivill go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or 42i fee deep if desired a part of the Dr O P Hill property Splendid site for a nice residence in a good borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit- i Purchaser On East side of lUll street adjacent to item Jfo2 f t t licit tn lUll street 325 feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired a part the Dr O I Hilt place Good location in cellent ueijjhborliood building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid tile Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Placi Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobaccu or hemp laud the rest Is rich and productive S ever failing water and tenciug in good repair Laud has been welt treated 1 story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 9 House and Lot in Danville iky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property in this location is always salable No 17 Farm of loSy Acres in Polleys Bend ofKentucky River In Garrard county about lj miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard twostory house in good and all necessary outbuildings Laud iu Tolleys Bend is fast increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of liryautsville and About SJs miles from Lancaster All good strong laud very underana abundantly watered Dwelling house is2 containing roomstwo tenant houses good ice houseery and all other out buildings areon the place Close to church good school and welt titled for stock raising No 14 600 Acres of Coal and Timber Laud in Pulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat Kiver on the e Southern Railroad This land is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 13 House anti Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky 01 Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary S Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan y h it four Lot build- Ing property f Groom repairs cnce out- buIldings castel IcCreai net oft Couutyiiy Cinciun For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson LawOllice over Stormes store Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co Continental Co 6 B SwineLroadAgt fut urance I j SW BRA ZT Y I Teeth extracted without pain DENTIST III nth Vitalized Air Office In Danville street oppo te Presbyterian church Bookout 0 e A c a No G Farm or GO Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Kockcastle line bottom laud level and productive never fuiling stock water 1J story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given af ter April 1st 1901 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 10 House and lot in Lancas ter on North side yule Avenue Known as the old Franklin Institute Lot is 145 feet front on Danville Avenue and 19S feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con venieutly arranged In every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house well ventilated House has beeu lately remodeled and extensively im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a bottom price Possession given when desired Xo 11 Farm of lOS Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike balance under cultivation watered by never failing springs Place Is In good repair House IK stories containing 6 rooms porch and porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very fine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate size No 7 Honse and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall veranda hand somely finished inside and conveniently large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot la 100 feet front iYfieeFin depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good residence Danville This property speaks for itself No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Heat Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school house i milefrom Good Hope Baptist church S acres under balance in grass good pasture land under good fence and watered by never falling spinss and ponds 12 acres in orchardfn fruiting prime best varieties In all kindsof fruit Good story cottage house nicely finished and conveniently arranged with a storeroom 3Sx20 feet adjoining it Post office known as is kept at the store and storeAmoney and make it fast No 5 Farm of SG Acres on the Sugar Cretk Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of whichhave been sown In oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheatand corn remainder In grass Stock water In Sufficient throughout last years cottage residence barn Ice house and all nec outbuildings splendid cistern etcWell worth what we want foi it No 20 Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles from Carters Yule in Garrard county And of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO JO acres in grass corn and toboccoland watered and creek never failunder good fence house containingrooms with back and front goottsulphur well at door 2 barns stock aud tobacCO latter Church within 1 mile ofresidence owl school within of a milemoney I ofDan property rock f splendid latticed constructed portions 1 Flatwood fruitIng i XtOXltj Afarm situated d I o 3 OR Louis Landram Central Record office LIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY COPYNOEVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF r 1 ANDPAPERS E