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K u 1 Entered at the Poet Office in Lancaster Ky an Second Class Jfatter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JAN 16 1902 ONE fOLIAR A YEAR v v I I- H 4 7 XWBLFTII SEAR t it1rRlA MM t Stoves Stoves IVo are overloaded with them and are Come and see ns be I fore you buy as we will save you money HASELHEN The Hardware Man MMMMMMMM J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors III i Going To Sell 1 I j t r r Arterial and Cavity Emnalniinu A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw 44 Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward I I y i I S THE HOME NEWS i A New Buffalo Monday night Colonial Kettledrum Opera House the 24th Eggs have gone sky high and are as scarce as hens teeth Secure seats for the Colonial Kettle drum Opera House Friday 24th Miss Amanda Anderson will begin a select school at Pleasant Hill January 27th If you want to laugh see A New Buffalo at Opera House Monday night the 20th There will be no preaching at the Methodist church next Sunday as the pastor will be absent The funniest play of the season is A New Buffalo At Opera House Monday night the 20th Reserved seats for A New Buffalo are going rapidly drug store or you may have to stand A New Buffalo has attracted wide attention Its one of the best shows on the road Opera House Monday night the 20th Law Office lleuitved W I Williams the attorney has moved his office into rooms over the Police Court adjoining Master Commissioners office Uxuuiiiuti f Scholars There will be an examination for graduates the common school course held at the office of Miss Elisa Lusk Superintendent next Thursday the 30th at 9 o cluck a m New Furnaces J R Haselden the hardware man has placed new futiaces in the Pres byterian church and the improve ment is greatly appreciated by the congregation The old furnaces were put in when the house was builtsome years ago Wheat Crop Mr II A B Marksbury tells us the vindications are that the wheat far slnirtjii says it grew so rapidly for a time and as no snow has fallen to protect it from the severe weather it will turn out almost a complete failure I I Get one at Stormes j Thc J this o4 ll the rip iil till lie MMMMM H M M M M H M M M M H M Clearance Our regular SemiAnnual Clearance Sale is now going on This Means Bargains for everybody who will take advantage of this opportunity to secure seasonable merchandise at Greatly Reduced Prices Our store will be open on Monday Wednesday and Saturday nights only Balance of the week at 7 oclock T LOGAN DRY GOODS CO t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t i III I I Ill iI t I S leI t I 1 1 willclose I in evening t i 1111 I FII I 11111111 III 11111111 t tit ttft tCtt t itt jf JJtfJt t 1ft tt7 i 1 JJ fr d t 1 i tl ik c y w U r f aS Y3 JYs If you have not paid your taxes 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 Good The City Council has decided to put a stop to the fast and reckless driving on the streets We hope this will be enforced and not put on their statute book as an ornament Its only a mat ter of a very short time when some puddin headed dude will run an old switch tail horse over some one and then therell be trouble A Wonderful Tree There is an apple tree on the farm of Col Charles Grimes at Marksbury this county which is attracting much attention It is a number of years old and has never had a bloom although it bears regularly every year The fact that no bloom appears has much attention The crop is very heavy every year A N w Suggestion In ordering your newspaper chang ed from one post office to please remember that it is necessary to say whore your paper is coins to at present This matter liar been ding lunged at the people ever since news papers wore published but it seems that some people will not remember ISux Supper The members of the Christian En deavor will give a box supper in the annex of the Christian church Friday evening Jail 17 The public Isitivitecl and no lady will be admitted unless she presents a box at the dour The young people are tryin to make some money for a ocd purpose and are going to combine work and pleasure Come and help them A Flue Show Flue Gorton Minstrels drew a crowd ed house last Friday They gave the btst show ever put on the local stage There was coarse about the entertainment everything up to date and strictly ou the negro min strel order The band was the finest ever heard in Lancaster Older citi zens enjoyed seeing the old time fa Col Vultou Back lu L xlMKton Col W P Walton has bought a con troiing interest in the LexingtonDem ocrat and is again editor and manager of that paper This will be good news to his many friends who know that he is entirely too big a gun to use weekly or shots No man in the state has done more fathful work for the Democratic party than has he and there is no better man to be found Opens Law Office J Mort Rothwell has again located in Lancaster and opened a law office in rooms over Beazleys furniture store Ur Rothwell is an bright young man and a splendid lawyer He has put in much time working for the democratic party over the state and his speeches attracted wide attention He tells us he has buckled down to business now and will practice law from the word go THE RECORD wishes him unbounded success Captures Prizes Mr R L Elkin of this city took several pens of his fine black Minorca chickens to the big show at Louisville last week and was awarded a the handsome prizes offered When it Is remembered that the show was a National affair and there were chick ens there from all over the country it will be seen that Mr Elkin has some fine fowls He devotes much atten tion to his chickens and has a wide reputation as a fancier He has sold a number at big prices Newspaper Change The Richmond Register changed hands last week Messrs Clyde Hart and Hood Little assumingcontrol Mr Hart has been connected with news papers for many years and is a man In every way Mr Little is a new man in the harness but is well qualified for the business The Reg ister is one of the oldest papers in the state and under the new management will set a pace that will be hard to keep up with THE RECORD wishes its hustling neighbors success in sense of the word The Insurance Business We remar fi La t5souri editor are getting of the insurance business When a man dies nowadays the first thing they ask is Was he and for how much The all generally wind up the with the amount of insurance Soon obituary notices will read about like this Peter Jones died and left and two children Loss fully covered by insurance Or the deceased is not insured it will read about as John smith is dead He leaves a wife Total loss no Notice you- I Ida attracted Its exceedingly number- of papers awife elf h1Spr S another II1pUlteCt nothing being semiweekly newspaper practical every tired insured obituary follow ante t a a GoIng to Valt Table A number of Lancaster colored boys left last week for Naples Florida whence they will work as waiters at Miss Annie McLaughlins hotel pies on the Gulf The party was headed by Clay Green Will Gill and other of the best waiters in this sec tion The Ruling Explained The newspaper men went after the Fourth Assistant Post Master General with a sharp stick and the ruling subscriptions mentioned in our last issue has been explained and proves more smoke than fire It was made to shutout a number of the fake publications crowded into the mails and does not apply to legitimate The post office officials know that delinquent subscribers will enough punishment in the next world and are willing to let them en joy the short time here upon earth Dont be a Nuisance Its hard to see why some people will wait until after the performance has commenced to come to the opera house Theres nothing in this world that so riles one as to have to get up and let some dude and his girl climbover you ajteryouare inter ested in the play Its awful to have your face torn off by some girl a wire bustle as big as a fed bsis ket across your rill Manager Long please close until after the curiae is rung down at close of lirst art Tills will those who wantto parade iu audience fo look at come in time and k they will nut gH to annoy these the show t lie s a e The latest entertainment which is alt ratting ion all over the tune try is the Continental Kettledrum picture of historical social life In continental limes employing forty to one hundred of our sonic people in collequy Tableau Songs Marches etc This will be givers at the Gar raid Opera House Friday evening 24tli Several young ladies are at head of the affair and hard work is being put on the rehersals The pro ceeds go toward a fund IM establish a free library in Lancaster and a large crowd should attend the performance The prices have been fixed al 25e 35c tact 50r IJtSfrved senior are now on sate and are being taken rapidly Deserving Word fr HiiHiliii Buy The Mt Venum correspondent l the Interior Journal writes as follows in regard to one of the most and honorable young men fn Lan alter Henly V Bastin who electrical engineering for several terms in State College Lexington has recently shown by practical that he didnt idle his time away He has just installed an new telephone plant for the Bastin Co in Lancaster Everything from the ground up was done by him or under his immediate supervision He has been highly complimented by other engineers over his successful work MrBastin is also an inventor Small Pox In Kentucky According to the report of tucks Board of Health made to Gov Beckham by Dr J N McCormick there have been 11279 cases of the small pox treated in the State within two years It h a s been scattered throughout 108 of the 119 counties of the State There were only 184 deaths percentage of fatalities of only 163 There were 382280 persons vaccinated The expense to the counties and in cash expended was 308 271 and the loss through quarantine business interests is estimated at 734000 The State Treasurer has been called upon for 7000 which was expended for the operating of the State Department of Health Coming Way In the Jessamine Journals report of the granting of a right of way thro that county to the Blue Grass Consol idated Traction Co it says in addi tion to other rights of way granted was one from Nicholasville to Ken tucky river via the Danville pike Thus it will be seon that they have a right of way to the Garrard line and evidently have Lancaster in mind Such a line through Nicholasville to Lexington would not hurt local to a very great extent Its on ly a matter of time until these inter urban roads will run all over the Blue Grass section provided the legisla ture doesnt open on them with the same vigor that it lights steam In Spotless Town The above musicale farce by Mr Boyle Woolfolk will be produced at the Danville opera house by a home talent company tomorrow Friday night the 17th Including the chor us company will include about thirtyfive people and the remarkable success of the rehersals indicate that it will be by far the best entertain ment ever put on the stage proves sional or otherwise The entertain ment is given under the auspices o the Danville lodge of Elks Saxton ofcnestra plays accompaniments play has attracted wide atten e Na nuke fur the en JOY nl of iie SmQU au lIt i I entirely theKen merchants railroads 1 regarding newspapers receive gimblet headed dragging cuuiiIen inc the tioor Ill Eveit the the industrious studied demonstration municipalities this the l the This ti I t f I 1 5 OUR Suits and Overcoats Must Go Every Suit every Overcoat i n our howe roes at Manufacturers Cost TV Logan The One Price Cloth Furnisher J ri ioo 0 i0 2 2 0 Q o 8 0v I i o j iovIIoir 1 0 f 0 9 ow v 2 0 I l l 0 r o 0 it II A 0 iT I If t I o f 0 o JI 2 o 0 Ie rand It 0OOX o4 0 0 0 0 o00 Ot000B t 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r 11 1 4a 0 0 t- j GI CII0 O- a O f tion and made quite a hit among the society people Telephone P Cur rey and have seats reserved as a crowded house will witness the BourneAustin The Danville Advocate prints the following account of the marriage of wellknown Oarrard county people Mr Frank Bourne a farmer of Garrard county and Miss Annie Austin a daughter of George Austin a farmer of the same county drove to Danville Wednefday and wete married at the home of Rev H A Sumrell It was in no sense a runaway They were accompanied by two Lancaster couples and after the ceremony the party went to Parksvslle and spent the night with relatives of the groom They returned home yesterday morning Mr Bourne has the unique distinction of living in the exact center of the state of When the geological survey was made they determined that was the centre and drove a stake at that point This stake is in Mr Bournes yard near the house The Ben Yet One of the best attractions of its kind which will appear in this city this season will be Phil W and Nettie Peters in their new comedy vehicle A Buffalo As a rule the amusementseeking public are always looking for something new and their wishes will certainly be gratified in this attraction Mr Phil Peters is as being one of the comedians before the public and his original ideas and funny sayings which are introduced in his new comedy A New Buffalo will un doubtedly place him in the front rank of comedians The specialties songs dances etc are up to the minuet This attraction will appear at Opera House on next Monday the 20th Reserved seat on sale at Stormes drug store Prices 25 35 and Meets All Trains Alex Miller has purchased a hand some closed carriage which will meet all trains day and night His tele phone number isi22 and if you will call him up the carriage will call for you and take you to the train His charge is very the service firstclass A call left at the Garrard hotel will receive prompt attention Alex is certainly entitled to much praise for his enterprise l d performance Kentucky acknowledged funnies Garral d 50 cents in ty time sm S New Bas r- r 2SE Safe Blown Open The safe of the Lincoln National Bank at Stanford was blown open Wednesday night and robbed Par ticulars not known Oa To Frankfort The editor of THE RECORD left Tuesday night for Frankfort to join the and special committees of the Press Association in an effort to secure the passage of some needful laws which are not only of benefit to newspapers but to the generally The special headed by Judge John H Westover Williamstown Courier chairmanHon Wm Henry Jones Glasgow Republi can Chas M Meacham Hopkinsville Kentuckian Chas M Lewis Shelby ville Sentinel Jas M Allen Cyn thiana Democrat and Capt E W Lillard Danville News This com mittee was appointed for the special purpose named above to be assisted by the Executive Committee of the Association which is composed of the following Paul Earlington Bee chairman C C Howard LaRue County Herald E A Gullion Henry County Local Louis Landram Lan caster RECORD M F Conley Big Sandy News All the members met in Frankfort yesterday and will until they accomplish something One of the matters to be taken up is the advertising law when a man is sold out by order ofcourt his property is only advertised by three or four bills tacked up in the vicini ty of the land so that prospective buyers never hear of it conseqently the land is sold for twothirds its value making it a legal sale and the fellow who is sold out has nothing left after the usual costs are tBxed against him Everybody admits that this is unjust but like many other Kentucky laws its on thestatute books and must be obeyed A Flourishing Church A little pamphlet issued by the Presbyterian church at Ellsworth Kas shows that the church has grown wonderfully under the pastoral charge of Rev J R Tersey formerly of this city Mr Tersey has had charge of the Ellsworth church ever since he here some six years ago He has many friends in Lancaster In a recent remittance for his copy of THE BEe Olin he asked to be remembered to all enquiring friends The man who finds he has bitten off more than he can chew is sure to in dulge In a lot of unnectturr talk j people committee- is M Moore remain Atpresent left U executive Kentucky appraised t On or near the Public Square in Lancaster an open face gold watch Finder please return to this office and receive reward Local hunters are putting forth their best efforts to have the Legisla ture pass suitable game If eve ry county will hustle like the Garrard boys something will be accomplished New Policeman Capt S D Turner has appointed his brother Mike as his deputy The latter is a fearless man and like Dee will play no favorites and see that the law is enforced Pocket Boole Lost Ladies pocketbook containing about 12 a railroad ticket a few papers etc Liberal reward for return to THE RECORD office Lost Monday on street Stanford Court Journal There was 150 cattle at A B Florences pens Monday and all were sold Good steer calves brought 11 to 1250 some twoyearolds tic heifers butcher stuff about 3c At L pens there were 267 cattle and all but 40 head changed hands Most of them were light stuff and sold at 3 to 3ic The Naval Scandal to Pate The net result of the Sampson Schley scandal up to date is Admiral Sampsons mind is gone Admiral Schley will retire in as much disgrace as the department can force upon him Lieutenant General Miles has been scathingly rebuked Secretary Long was humiliated Captain Cook of the Brooklyn is about to die with a heart Captain Clark of the Ore gon is lower on the list of Captains than before he brought the Oregon 10000 miles to help Schley win the battle of Santiago Captain Chadwick of New York Sampsons evil genius has received more prize money for absent from the fight than Admi ral Dewey for the victory of Manila Bay Admiral Dewey has been criti cised for his dissenting opinionMaclay the tool has been dismissed and al though painful to relate Admiral Crowninsfcield head of the Bureau of Navigation and the reputed chief of the navy Sing is scheduled for the command the North Atlantic Squadron and to represent the TJni at the coronation of the King of England eo laws Lexington 2lc and M Bruce broken being tedStatesNavy 4 t Lost r2- a k Tk old Wagoos mry We are now sole for this fa a- rV mous wagon and have just received a of all rn I sizes r r Y agents carload ii We have the j Largest and Host Complete Line of Surries Road Wagons 1 and AH Kind of Vehicles Q vVV v iJ 8 7 Buggies o o Bought for Spring trade ever placed before Qafrard Co people m pO0pC 0000000000000000000 We have the Largest Stock of Harness i ever shown in We want your trade call see us Our prices are the lowest ROMANS ELMQRE ill i I Lancaster W i CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Jan 16th 1902 ONE of the bills introduced in the Legislature requires all trains to county seats At first thought this appears to be a pretty good idea but a little study will show that it is not right In the first place the rail roads have almost been legislated out of Kentucky and those we have are so hampered by unjust laws that if the companies could remove their property they would doubtless do so But as to the stopping of all trains at every little pig path this is the most unjust step yet No railroad is built solely to haul local passengers and the truth of the matter is the companies derive little income from this source What they want is through travel Take the Queen Creseent road It has two trains each way every day for only through passengers one only stopping at Lexington and Somerset in this state Four other trains stop at all stations for the of passengers If you were in a hurry to make a long journey what would you say when your train to pass through some state and had to stop every few miles If you had ever traveled much and enjoyed upto date service you would not only cuss that states legislaturebut every man woman and child in it Kentucky will always be a century behind the times until something is done to invite to our borders The present plan is to legislate against and run out enterprise that comes What we want is more railroads and how can we get them if we continue to tax and burden them with silly laws has the resourcesbut she hasnt the railroad facilities and from prospects it will be some time she gets any more The Elizabethtown News has it on most excellent authority that Senator J C S Blackburn and Gen P WHar din have both become quite rich Those who remember the famous of 1895 and 1896 when these Trnst In PROVIDENCE but dont neglect your life insurance He that provideth notfor his own hath deniedthe is worse than an infidel Begin the year with a policy in The Mutual life Insurance Company Of Kentucky District Agt Lancas ter Ky J Jr Special Agt f State Bank Trust Co Building Ky 3 e accommodation capital every Kentucky present before campaigns t It t t t t It It t It 1 Ii It t t i4- I faithand new R L DAVIDSON CBECK n It It n u It r stoat S cam household K Richmond 4Y two men led the speaking forces of I Democracy and were so poor that they could not give a dollar to the fund will be gratified to know that now they each have money burn Blackburn made his money in wise investments with his late law Mr Laneand is said to have 100 000 in cool cash Hardin has made his in a gold mine in Georgia He holds stock in the company which he got at a very low figure that is now worth par and to the value of 100000 The mine has been in successful operation and the actual return in gold that has been sold from the same has run the stock up to par and it is likely to go very much higher The good fortune of these two old politicians will be over by a large circle of friends in every county in Kentucky As WAS predicted in our last issue Gov James B McCreary received the nomination for U S Senator at the democratic caucus To put it in wordshe won in a walk Several candidates were in the field and they were finally awakened to the real ization of the fact that they about as much show as a snow ball perdition they united all their forces in an effort to down theMadison statesman but their cake all to dough in a very short time and the brainy leader went under the string a winner on the first ballot Gov McCreary is a man wellfitted for the place as his long career m public affairs has adapted him to the position He has always been a good friend of THE RECORDS and we him upon his glorious IF therefore we are Christians grief should not crush laughter out of our life says an exchange Some people seem to think it would be to their friends who are gone from them to be happy again But this is not true Of course there is a sense in which we can never get our sorrow Our life is never the same after sore bereavement We carry the marks forever But the true problem- of living is to pass unhurt in our real character through the greatest and to have our life softened enriched and refined by every trouble we Therefore we have not met grief aright if we comeout of it with a loss of joyousness Our songs should be sweeter and our laughter should be gladder if less hilarous for a baptism of pain A SINGLE bitter word may an entire family for a whole day One surly glance casts a gloom over the household while a smile of sunshine may light up the darkest and weariest hours truthfully says Bro GreenKel ler in the Carlisle Mercury expected flowers which spring up along our path full of freshness and beauty so kind words and gentle acts and sweet dispositions make glad the spot called home No matter how humble the abode if it be sweetened with kindness and smiles the heart will turn lovingly it from all the tumult of the world and if it be ever so will be the dearest spot beneath the circuit or the sun 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 ness 25c at McRoberts Lancas ter and Fish Co Paint Lick has too itsome requires a long steady pull to out A Care for Lumbago W C Williamson of says For more than a year I suffer ed from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Balm and it gave me entire relief which all other rem edfes had failed to do Sojd by R E f 2n n 1 campaign rejoiced county turned congratulate victory disloyalty over endure fragrance towards home lowly yearsCureR E tIt aman muchpush McRoberts druggist 0i soni pia ath wli sto tria disqui Amherst Via Pain s PAINT LICK farmers say that all of the is killed in this locality Mrs Rodney Grlggs fell off the door steps and was pretty badly hurt John Haley of Wyoming was here this week trying to buy cattle for the western country What has become of all of the work ing people it is almost impossible to get a hand to do any kindof work James Butner who has been quite sick is able to be out again Mr Jack Adams and Mr Eli Estrldge both still poorly The annual clearing sale of B L Jennings Co is now going on thing in heavy goods such as Boots Comforts Blankets etc will be sold reductions to make room for Spring Geods tf Mr T J Hord of Springfield was here this week to see his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Armp Adams Judge Turpin of Bichmond was here Friday to see if he could do anything towards hurrying up the completion of the bridge Little Misses Bruce and Lucille Adams of Eldorado Ark are visiting relatives here MrsFan nie Kilgore has gone to Dallas Texas to join her husband Mr Billy Broughton and family have moved back from is hard for any one that ever lived at Paint Lick to stay away MANSE 5J McCormack and daugh ter Mrs Thomp Ramsey are on the jn sick list The Ladies Missionary met with Mrs J N Denny last Friday This is a good and doing a great work and all should lend a help ing hand Misses Norma Elmore Cora Ward Bessie Batson and Willie Belle Buruside together with Messrs and Anderson of Lancaster have been visiting Miss Florence- n Burnside The Manse Glee Club stormed Miss Annie and Oatly Burke Thursday night Together with good entertaining and an excellent supper all spent a most enjoyable evening Those present were Misses Elveree and Jennie Wallace Mayme Ramsey Mattie McCormack Jennie Kava naugh Ilallie and Fannie Royston Frankye and Bessie Doty Georgia Dunn Jennie Higgins and Eliza Bucker Messrs Joe McCormick Ollie Wallace Ed Walker Dive Hurvey Jim Rucker Will Tudor Walker Guynn Stone Norman Jno and Wade Terrill and Boyle Doty PREACHEIISVILLB J P Ballard is building himself a dwelling house erF F Cummins sold some corn to his fatther at 3 per barrel C Fox will go to Atlanta with in the near future J M Cress bought eight acres of land from Jack Sutton for 330 J S Pettus who has been down with typhoid fever is able to be out again S Morgan bought about 40 hogs from J M Cress at 5c also some cattle from Mr Chandler and Mr Adams of Flat at 2c A protracted meeting commenced at the Methodist church last Monday night conducted by the pastor R H Hobbs assisted by M F Moores Mr Jack Edwards of Crab Orchard and Miss Jannie Scott of Garrard county was married last week by Rev G G Ragan We wish them much happiness and success in life Roy Edwards of Crab Orchard was in our town first of the waek on busi ness Rev M P Morgan of McKin ney was visiting here the first of the week Rev W T B White visit ing F F Cummins and family Sunday A Good Recommendations I have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says J II 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 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 B E druggist STONE Lewis Simpson bought of Bud Dun can one sow and six pigs for 17 Miss Maggie Naylor bought of Mr Arch Whittaker a nice horse for 100 Died on the 6th Mr Abner Ray of lock bowels He leaves a wife and several children to his loss Mrs M A Sanders bought of Walter Fayne five shaots at 4ic also sold to John Lane too fat hogs at 5 Sanders sold to Bas Allen GO bushels of hemp seed at 250 per bu also to Ebert Walker eight bushels at at 200 per bushel EddNaylor Jr is very sick at this writing Born to the wife of Frank Land 26 ult a boy Miss Emma Posey of McCrery is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Mollie East who is very low Little Miss Lillian Mitch ell is spending thee winter with her sister Mrs Robert Burton of Mc Creary MssAnniePreston ofBuena Vista is visiting Miss Linnie Preston Mrs Kate Pollard of Washington Mr Sim Naylor of Texas and Miss Carrie Naylor of Danville are visits their father and Mother Mr and Jack Naylor Ellen Oa stott of county is visiting her cousin Miss Miss Edna Scott entered school atDanville Ind last week Miss Ola Scott is visiting relatives in Jessamine county j s A r atswe ping I Winchesterit U Mrs Sallie Society toBurnside and DrF1 innice oddinmules Walnut wa etwhen moor L Miss Mary i 4k wheat ares S Every Ii h l cents L i Y n VV nn I am in the market for hemp and will pay the top market price for same See me before selling 11 M West 103tfThe corn crop is greatest in acreage since 1898 but the crop in quantity is short England is short of both cattle and So is every European country except France where here are plenty of cattle One lesson of the recent drouth is that every farmer should own a relia ble well Driving stool several miles to water in midsummer is not a money maxing process While farmers with a large area sometimes claim thatfarming doesnt pay other farmers manage to live and save something on ten acres One of the successful farmers on a small farm made it a rule when he went to market to bring home more money than he carried His rule to sell in value more money than he purchased and to grow every thing on the farm for his own use that the land would When you buy a sheep for breeding purposes be sure that it is better than the best in your flock The many friends of G H Hausan Engineer L E W R R at pres ent living at Lima 0 will be pleased to know of his recovery from threaten ed kidney disease lie says I was cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure which I recommend to all especially trainmen who are usually atliicted The wool clip for IDOl will 265502328 pounds To this must be added 8000000 pounds pulled wool which will bring the grand total above 270000000 pounds valued at 51164 700 This enormous amount of wool is not sufficient to supply the demand of our manufacturers they found it necessary to import nearly 125000 Ibs valued at over 24000000 Of this amount including that imported there is suilicient for a complete suit of clothes for every man and child in America with some to spare Sheep naturally drink a little and often and should have water conveni ent to them all the time Farmers and stock breeders of should remember the annual meeting of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association to be held at the Board of Trade Building Louis ville on January 14th All the stock holders are expected to be present and it is hoped that a large number of who have not yet joined the Association will attend this meeting and help make the organization per manently successful The and sale is of importance and value to every breeder in the State To have the privilege of selling stock in these sales you must be a member of the Association 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 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 any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia Sold by R E druggis On the majority of farms where mixed farming is carried on there is sufficient waste to almost maintain a flock of sheep which would- r be lost without them In Marion county Pa is a 140 acre orchard owned by J H Ledy It 6000 apple trees 18000 peach trees and many thousand plums and pears The peaches are set with the apples and have done their best work by the time the apples need all the room Mr Ledy fertilizes well culti yates persistently and prunes peaches closely He says that profit comes from quality and quantity An un pruned tree will set from 1200 000 fruits He does not wish over 200 and fewer are better Of large varie ties 130 to 160 make a bushel and a bushel to a tree is enough This means a small charge for picking packin and freight and a big price for fancy quality Last fall Mr Ledy shipped two and onehalf bushels to and received 405 gross shipped 20 bushels the same day to same firm and received 9 gross Charges for picking handling etc per bushel were the same The 20 bushel lot gave net returns of 30 cts or one and one half cents a bushel The two and onehalf bushel lot 150 per bushel Mr Ledy mnrintA of potash 400 pounds rock to 100 lbs muriate For nitrogen he uses cow peas crimson clover etc Country Gentleman The Secret of tone Life Consists in keeping all the main or gans of the body in regular action and in quickly deadly disease germs Electric Bit tors regulate Stomach Liver and Kid neys purify the blood and give a splendid appetite They work won ders in curing Kidney Troubles Fe male Complaints Nervous Diseases Constipation Dyspepsia and Malaria Vigorous health and iollow their use Only by sB E McRoberts and Fish Co Lick druggists s was t J produceEx similarly C C J E Stormes total woolen woman Kentucky isbreeders annualfair Chamberlains Chamberlains counteracts goingto contains to 2 Philadelphia A neighbor netted fertil- Izes wIth acid phosphate and I aj endeavor S C aggregate U destroyer 50c guaranteed Lancaster Paint g LOW PRICESThe low prices we are making on SHOES during January means Money Saving forevery man and woman who buys now We have completed stocktaking and find ttat we have too many SHOES on our shelves and we must them out to make room for Spring and Summer goods A SAMPLE BARGAIN fflJ0r0r WfjJI WffJlffjitJjJll ftlfiiElJffffJJjlffjI lJlI mr I10 I t I 0 I t i i r Q closet 7 fRS This is only one of the Bargains for January Our Shelves are full of them If you are a shrewd buyer and are in terested in saving money this is your opportunity 100J o t 0 Peters Make Extra Good Regular Price 350 Cutto 300 All other makes in proportion Ward Sympson I I I I f I I A man who runs into debt will it in due time IIFJIAKKABIE CURE OF CROUP A Little Boys 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 it enough I bought a bottle of it from A E Steere of Goodwin S D and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine as 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 1 am positive that if I had not got that bot tie of cough medicine my boy would not be on earth Demont Inwood Iowa For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist BrainFood Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain another for mus cles and still another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but itwill sustain every other part Yet good your food may be its nutri inert 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 purities the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac 6m The iron walls of some men contain a lot of pig iron Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and extreme ly painful and if neglected often re suit in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps not so careful As a remedy De Witch Hazel Salve is unequal out the fire stops the pain soon teals the wound Beware of Counterfeits Sure cure for piles DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two physic fans gave her up writes James Mock N Webster ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day Never chase a lie Let it alone and it will chase itself to death Fatal kidney and bladder can always be prevented by the of Foleys Kidney Cure 0 JJl Stormes regret todayJoel however cutsare because F P Frisbie r sWitted troubles use Cx r e 2 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 VV lAI J 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 Lasfc in Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms CIVIL EXGIJTEEK Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended to W JIcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHXTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY JOHN SouthEastern T JOHNSTON Lancaster Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGDIKE of LOUISVILLE KY Dr R Goldstein J ttheEyeSpeciatist t arc At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Feb 3rd One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 s m to5pm liThe Superlativev That and nothing less than that applies in describing our overcoat service The New Yoke Overcoat as huilttomcasure for our customers by The Royal Tailors of Chicago represents the outside limit in strictly swag jer dress As spotless as virtue and asgraceful as a twostep Perfect the best tailoring that American tailors know how to give Comeand 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 She Automobile 15he Royal Raglan London Top Coat everything in fashionable dress for men and boys Pay less ond dress bcttcr Our stock is still unbroken for Suits of our popular price 15 1850 and J20 To be sure of getting a suit for Christmas place your order T i V C H E M P H I L Li r fabricstested liningsselected trimmingsand It a once 3r 6 ti r a She t f a1 lea i I See Our Bargains 0 Mtttfttft t tMt- Mi About The People f- 4H4HMMHMMMMMM Mr J E Stormes is in Cincinnati on businessMiss Scott is in Nicholasville visiting relatives J M Logan has been to tile city buy ing new spring goods Senator George T Farris spent Sun day with his home people Miss Nora Saunders of Kirksville is visiting Miss Pearl Ross Mrs G II of Danville is vis iting W B family Miss Sallie Ross entertained Satur day evening at a Crokiuole party W B Jenkins a popular Cincinnati drummer was here the past week Dr S Beazley and wife gave a Crokinole party Thursday evening Miss Nellie Dilon is at home again after a visit to relatives in Stanford Miss Emma Jones of McCreary spent last week with Mrs J A Jones Messrs George Palmer and Frank B Marksbury were in Nicholasville SundayMiss Doty has returned from a delightful visit te friends in La Grange Mr and Mrs Charlie Richardson and baby of Somerset are guests of Mrs James B Collier ville have been the guests of Rev J E Wolford mid family Miss Hattie Robertson of Cynthi ana is being entertained this week by Mrs Sam Ilaselden Mrs Warren Russell and two little daughters of Lebanon are the guests of W B Jarvis and family Mrs Wm Berkele gave a dining Fri day in honor of her cousin Mrs Ar thur Hubbard of Covington J R Russell and family of Danville were the guests of W B Jarvis and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Dorcas Walker is in Huston ville with her daughter Mrs George Rob inson who continues very ill The many friends of Miss Mattie Thompson are glad to hear of the re covery from her recent illness Mr and Mrs David Chenault of Richmond are visiting their daugh ler Mrs J W Elmore Danville St Mrs Anderson and daughter Mrs Bettie Landram have rented the Cun ningham property on Campbell street Mr Ashbrook Frank representing the Transylvania Printing Co Lex ington was here Wednesday and ThursdayMiss Noel has been spending a week with her family in Danville Miss Kate Simpson has been staying in the store during her absence Miss Olivia Sweeney is at home again after a months stay at the Lex ington hospital Her many friends are delighted to know her health is very much better Mrs Belle Burnside Misses Bessie Batson Cora Ward and Willie Belle Burnside were entertained Saturday and Sunday by Miss Florence Burn ide of Paint Lick Richmond Register Mr W B Bur tonof Lancaster was among the of onr city on court day MrJim Potts left Wednesday for Lancaster taking with him several horses and mules Mr C H Jarvis who has been in the Northwest for several years is his father Mr W B Jarvis He is Jarvis Jarvis and W Rev visitors visit- Ing Henderson anti wife 2 s r hustling young man and has been quite successful in his business vent ures Miss Fannie Austin has resigned her position with the Lancaster Gro cerv Co and accepted a position with the new Garrard Grocery on Rich mood street formerly the old Blue- Grass store Danville News Miss Mary Noel left yesterday to be gone one month visiting relatives and friends in Shel byville Miss Lena Irvine will join Miss Noel in her vacation going there from her home in Louisville Mr C W Young who has been vis iting his grandparents Capt and Mrs F J White returns to Texas tomorrow He is in school at Dallas C is a handsome and industrious young fellow and will make his mark business world Lexington Herald Mrand Mrs Ab ner G Daniel and Miss Minnie Daniel of North Broadway have left Lexing ton to make their home in Paragould Ark where have numerous Mrs Bettie Garrison and sons Forest and Robert who were mem bers of the Daniel household will in this city Lexington Democrat Tile Two Idle Hours Club was entertained yes terday afternoon by Miss Gena Dun lap and with delicious refreshments and much pleasant conversation the afternoon was thoroughly enjoyed The members present were Misses Nannie Brand Vorhies urlotte Bucknor Katharine Wood iua tfeade Salfrans Sunday evening at the home of Mrs Margaret Gill Miss Pattie Burnside and Dr Ed Dishman were quietly married by Rev L Robinson of the Methodist church There were no at tendants Only relatives and a few friends were present Miss Burnside is the handsome and attractive daugh ter of Dr Ross Burnside and wife of Barbourville Dr Dishman is a very popular dentist of Pineville The happy couple left immediately for their home in Pineville THE RECORD extends congratulations and wishes the couple much happiness in life ADDITIONAL LOCAL Dont forget Romans Elmore are headquarters for buggy harness Ueintz Co Sweet mix Pickles Lancaster Grocery Co Handsome Gloves and Dress Shirts Burnett Co Glass tumblers 2c each Lancaster Grocery Co We will pay 3 per barrel spot cash for a few more car loads of corn 19tf Burnam Rucker Pure Quince and Pine Apple at Lancaster Grocery Co Fiftytwo two and three year old steers for sale by W S Carrier Mar cellus Garrard county Ky 163t We do not want all of your trade but would appreciate a share ot itand suggest that you try some of our Coal We handle the East Tennessee Red Ash and Blue Gem The leading brand of the Jellico Coals and will make you the very lowest cash prices We also handle Hay Phone No 140 J T Williams Chance Stenography and Typewriting Miss Lenna Hobbs is prepared to do stenographic work and typewriting and will be glad to wait upon anyone desiring that kind of work Her charges are fifteen and twentyfive cents a page Call up Central office I a I they Shanklin Wanted preserves telephone relatives remain May Ties utHers t It requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PiMYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS ff It It It n It It It It It It A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store Drug Store 1 jjJJJJtJ tUtJJJJJJJIJtJtJt ttt ttt t t ttJJJ rtJJJJtttJj ii r IMcRoberts 5 Business and Bargains A nice line of glassware at TCurrej Machine needles and oil at A Thompson Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons New lot crokinole boards at Thompson For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf Rebate stamps given at Leaven coal yard 19tf Fresh hominy grits and H Flakes at T Curreys Dont fail to see our suits and oyer coats at cost H T Logan 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 When you want an Old Hickory wagon call on Romans Elmore We keep a full line of Musical instruments and strings Thompson Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat in our house at cost H T Logan Just received a lot Ladies handsome Diamond and Pearl Brooches 10 to 35 Thompson I will give you the price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make yourjfiens lay Sold by T Currey You 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 is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years Potts flour is good because it is mill ed 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 Thompson the jeweler Store Room For Kent Now occupied as a barber shop Po session given Jan 1st Apply to J M Logan tf Bulk and barrel lime and Kanawha salt H B Northcott People dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality tf The best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Formers 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 cost 350 The instrument has not been abused and it will be sold at a 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 reward Romans have more fine Buggies Surries Roadwagons and phaetons than ever placed before Garrard county people Potts is going to put a patent flour on the market after a bit better buy some scrap iron to weight your stove down Something with a Satin to it tf For Sale Town Property A Iesirable with all necessary Outbuildings and two acres of Easy tf Romans We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son For Sale Coal Jellico The best New Diamond Straight Creek and other coals Cheap as the cheapest Prompt delivery Phone 26 Hudsons yard Crab Orchard street 1626 H B Northcott For Good Work All those wanting foundation work builtshould call on the Sexton for first class work at reasonable rates W H Kinnaird Chmn Board of trustees The Board has that no one hut the Sexton shall do this work Hr283m If r t lJ t i manufacturers highest For Sale Richmond at Garrard For Sale Lost receive It morewill Finish cottage payments W J f m t the jeweler i 4 were tan peed ordered ti 1 Lot iu the Concert Co adver used to appear at the Garrard Opera House Monday failed to come and nothing has been heard from them 5ic per lb Turkeys 6 to 7c per lq Geese 35 cents each Ducks Gc per lb Phone 35 H B Northcott 1 will run my corn mill every Mon day and Saturday Bring your corn and get good meal S T Leave 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 FOUND a gold watch on Lexington pike Person describing same and paying for this notice can get watch J C Thompson 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 Everything new and stylish in the line of shoes and furnishings etc always on hand at lowest prices Thanking the pub lie for patronage and soliciting further favors we are Respt Yours Burnett Co You will find Austin Kempers coal yard at Leavels planing mill Notice to the Public at Large We have established at Kirksville Madison county Ky an Exchange house for the purpose of the farmers in that district with Flour Meal Bran etc This business will be conducted by Mr J B 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 Ring 41 Austin Kempers and a prompt delivery on coal Rebate stamps given 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 me It is very important 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 1 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 l92b Robinson and corn by Austin Kemper at Leavels coal yard Taxes come high but we must have them A Profitable Investmen- tI was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time says E Demick Somer vine Ind I spent about 1000 and never could get anything to help me until 1 tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I 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 Cure does the stom achs work by digesting the food You dont have to diet Eat all you want Kodol Dyspepsia cures all stomach troubles F P Frisbie Only a cowardly painter would de Bert his colors Child Worth Millions 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 her 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 F P Frisbie Geo Elam bought a calf for 600 J C Clouse bought seven hogs of Geo Miller for 450 a hundred Noah Smith of Bell county bought Jas Hutchins faam for 950 00 W H Furr bought of John Duderar 18 sheep for 5200 Jim Naylor sold his farm to Tuck Miller for 1000 W H Furr bought of J C Clouse five hogs at 475 a hundred Wm Lawson bought of W H Furr a fat hog for J600 a bundled John Boian sold his farm on the Copper Creek pike to a Mr Aldridge for 1300 requests us to say that he has resigned all his work in Cumberland River Association his whole time to work in Tates Creek Association Married at the home of the bride Jim Grayson and Miss Ella Elam daughter of Geo Elam The Rev McC Hutchins officiating Married on Jan 8th 1902 Jack Edward and Miss Jennie Scott Mr Walter Spangler visited W H Furr last week Geo Barnes Jesse Cook and Wm Navlor visited at Mrs Florence Cormoneys Sunday last Hugh Ball and wife visited at Joseph Balls Sunday John A Rice has gone to Pineville to dig coal Shu t le- The Dickerman Wanted Hobs m accommodating Walker tome J C WantedHay e liMy Rev Ira Parton and devotes r e Hens extended entirely FLAT WOODS The 1 4 t News President Roosevelt entertained a bunch of labor leaders at luncheon Mariah Ratcliffe a negro woman died at Hopkinsville at the age of 106 yearsA joint resolution commending Schley was Introduced in the House at Frankfort by Mr Weatherford The Geological Survey report shows that the value of the mineral products of the United States in 1900 exceeded for the first time the billion dollar mark Medical authorities InManila believe that much of the illness and breaking down of the troops in the Philippines is due to homesickness and plans are on foot for a brief daily cable service of American news little of which reaches even Manila According to the Financial Age a company is forming to acquire a and a quarter acres of coal lands in Kentucky Tennessee and Alabama with a present output of 67500 tons daily Plans are said to be on foot whereby coal can be delivered to at a cost of less than a dollar a tonAccording to Superintendent Mc Chesneys biennial report there are 380000 white children and 48000 children enrolled in the puulic schools of Kentucky The State has spent for educational purposes in IDOl 1480000 The average cost of is 650 each for white children and 740 each for colored children The hill for a Capitol appropriation has been daawn and was introduced by Representative Holland The bill creates acommission of seven members and a secretary with the Treasurer and Auditor as exofficio members A special tax of two and a half cents on each 100 valuation is to be levied for six years but 10000 is to be made im mediately available for the prepara tion of plans designs and other work The estimated cost of the Capitol is 1000000 New Century Comfort Millions are daily finding a worjd of comfort in Bucklens Arnica Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruisss 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 He who telleth the truth about his neighbor is not infrequently the in a suit for damages The finest gold fills 150 amalgum 75cts Dr Hobson dentist At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Few people would be satisfied if they got all thats coming to them Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts 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 F P Frisbie When an opportunity arises it is usually for the purpose of going In Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe We have received the followlog from Mr Roy Kemp of Angola Ind I was in bed four weeks with la grippe and I tried many remedies and spent considerable for treatment with physicians but I received no until I tried Foleys Honey and Tar Two small bottles of this cured me and I now use it ex elusively in my family Foleys Honey and Tar has long been a house hold favorite for all throat and lung troubles Refuse substitues C C J E Stormes Fortunate is the man who falls only for the purpose of rising higher Women and Jewels Jewels candy flowers is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow er to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu ous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Boschees German Syrup It will promptly arrest consumption In its early stages and heal the affected lungs and bronchial drive the dread disease from the system It is not a cureall but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all bron chial troubles You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Al manac 6m Many a woman clothes her body un til she resembles fashion plate while she lets her mind go ragged Finds Way to Live Long The startling announcement of a Discovery that will surely lifd is made by editor O H of Churubusco Ind I wish to state he writes that Dr Kings New Dis 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 Its relief is instant and cure certain McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee every 50c and 1 bottle give trial bottles free c J tidewater colored teaching preliminary e defendant Richmond J e letter medicine manthat tubesand covery for R E and CONE Rh 6oooaoooooo oofroooovooooeooooo million relief Downey Consumption jt UMla Our New Store Room SUPPPLIED WITH If Everything in The Millinery Line fSome pretty hats nice ribbons and novel ties on display at low prices Sallie D Tiilett I WE ARE NOW LOCATED II r I m rn rn 8 e H o J Ja E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER Money to loan at 5 per cent on real i estate mortgages AMZBD 1888 I Ky ORG cITIZINS RATIONAL OF LAHOASTEB Y BARK i Capital Surplus Fund S5OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed JM HieelHBOTHAK LXWH Y LZAVXLL B F HUDSON W O ElSNKT cD WALKXB Presides TleePrealdent Cashier Assistant Cash Bookkeeper DIRECTORS TMAXHOLD Lxw Y LBAYILL B F HDDBOH NATIONAL BANK 10OOc JKHIeemBOTUx r1 Z93 THE gALYI- S CAPITAL 5000000 t f OF SURPLUS fro ooooe j 1 LANCASTER AB DINHY President JNO E STOBKKS Vice President 3 C DESNY Cashier KY 0 r F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr B T EMBBT f Book eepeJ DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H Kinnaird LancasterLodge No 104 AMF T Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights of sis ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master Notice of Dissolution By mutual consent the firm of II 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 H M Ballou and K FPostle 12250126 Digests what you It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the digestive is the latest ant tonic Ho ther approach it in in stantly relieves and permanently cures Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache allOtherresults of imperfect digestion Prepared by E C DtWlTT CO CblCOf Members KodolDyspepsia reconstructing organs preparation- can PrlceSOc and p Large times smallstze Book about parties settlement vise costalne 2yi I Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J W SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S Knights- of visiting MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USiNO Dr Kings Hew Consumption Coughs and Than By All Tire Lung Remedies Crm This wonderful medicsr cures Consumption C Bronchitis Asthnv T FeverPleurisy LsGr Crow Cough NO cutPrice 50cn B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store r JHJJtU FOR G LOCAL TIME TABL M5CALJS MAGAZINE r StA LADIES MAGAZINE- A cefn beautiful colored latest fathioni dressmaking economies Lady agents wanted Send forte Reliable date Economical and Absolutely PerfectFitting Paper I I work timan etc I or send copy Subscribe today latt CALL BAZAR M fl Soatnbna Mixed leave i iic i li a An Northbnd Mixed 3HM Northbnd Paasgr 244 M- Bonthbnd 1211 A 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 PalatineNational HartfordConneticut German AniorleaHi Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile A FREE PATTERNy- our own selection to sub scriber Only 50 cents a II Followin Com m 81 lema Life Ins Co gf HartfordJConn every year a i y ee r see b IJAU Seams Allowed art Perforatfats skew the Basting aid Scwbf UK Only to and cents Ask for them Sold in every city ami town or by mail from THE MCCALL coII MI5II7 West 31st St NEW YORK eachnone J The Time TORNADOESHas iSeveral cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD urn in in in ni in in in in in in in in in in in in in in IM in in JIIKJ- W JPWw WlwGww mmnrmmmmmmmnrmmnrmmmmmnrnrmmmr i 3 4 d ii E E E Fort 3= BAD BLOOD BAD COMPLEXION The skin is the seat of an almost variety of diseases They are kncwii by names but are all due to the same cause acid and other poisons in the blood that irritate and the proper action of the skin have a smooth soft skin free from all eruptions the blood must be kept pure The many preparations arsenic and potash and f face powders and lotions generally used in class of diseases cover up for a short time but cannot remove the blotches and the pimples Eternal vigilance Is the beautiful complexion vhensuch remedies are relied on Mr It T Shobe 2704 Lucas Avenue St Louis Ho was afflicted for years with a disfiguring eruption on her face which all treatment She was taken to two celebrated health but received no bene fit Many medicines were prescribed but with out until we decided to S S S and the first bottle finished the to A dozen bottles and left her skin perfectly is now seventeen sigu of the embarrassing disease has ever returned S S S is a positive unfailing cure for the worst troubles It the of all blood purifiers and only one guaranteed purely vegetable blood makes jUt er f 1 endless permanently result try the time as eruption began cured 1ler completely smooth ears nota Bad o isle S w ri swh eta sss OTHERS FRIEND It U a liniment for jse on the breast and over theregion of the organs and bud of maternity willmature into the rose again The extractedessence will a perfect child blessed with the health colorand perfume of the motherrose Its little rose face beside ti generative throughoutthe perfect purifies and the makes new rich blood that nourishes the and keeps the invigorates a active ana condition to its part towards the impurities the body If you have Tetter Acne Salt Psoriasis or your skin is rough and send for our book on ever for this service i SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA The Mutton Sheep As with beef cattle there is a parallelogram for shape that one looks for in the mutton sheep The judge will probably take this by sizing the sheep in his eye before any handling whatever An ideal mutton sheep is never good legs that come to the ground squarely and give every indication of possessing power and strength to sup port the body The sheep with legs short stocky and set well apart will invariably attract the attention of the ju of good mutton sheep The mutton sheep with fine bone seldom finds favor with the judge He is inclined to intepretsuch of lack in vigor hardness and indifferent response to good feeding The long narrow face is never con sidered anything but a weakness among the mutton types Instead one desires to see the short nose and broad face indicating heavy conformation- A mutton sheep with an ewe neck is about as much out of place as a dai ry cow without the pronounced wedge shape formation The drop in the front of the shoulders called ewe neck is invariably avoided almost instinctively by both judge and feeder A mutton sheep is never without good depth from the top of and a point midway between the forelegs An equally essential feat rneumonla and La Grippe If you but knew the splendid merit of Foleys Honey and Tar you would never be without it A dose or two will prevent an attack of pneumonia or la grippe It may save your life The prevention of consumption is eni tirely a question of commencing the lung troubles as Foleys Honey and Tar C C J E Stormes ure and which follows chest depth in close corelation is girth of heart It is hard to find a mutton sheep too strong in either of these two points A prominent backbone or spine is avoided as it is a sure indication of a deficiency of flesh along the back and loin It is of some considerable that a good mutton sheep be close is the distance between the last rib and the hip points be comparatively short Among mutton sheep the wool is of minor consequence though it must be considered in connection with the other points of the carcass The judge of a mutton sheep never fails to pay a little attention at least to the thigh There is a certain law of corelation of parts existing thro out the whole conformation One never sees a poor thigh on a firstclass mutton body There are numerous other points that the judges will invariably run over in judging a good mutton carcas and these are but a the most distinct but will give a glimpse of some of the more prominent features Chicago Drovers Journal p The kisses ofa thousand roses Stolen from them while they sleep ROSESbeautiful women are gathered together yearlynd nature collects perkin healthy and in carryingoff Rheum physicians certain into consideration without ge indications experienced theshould- er Nothingis importance coupledthat fewof BE and delicate and Bi O0l t A1JTIF1JL the reduction ofwomens fragrance Is luces It to that perfumechildrenAn UT almost an exact reduction and counterPartW tell of the blooming curves are Onebottle1 on Motherhood mall free cA Ge tillher own of illIi 4treatise anaatcsfA1a i- itT Dave LUcK mountains Conway Ky Jan 5 02 Editor Record reached us O K this week and it makes us feel at home to sit around our old fashioned wood fire and read the news from our old county seat Lancaster and other acquaintances We like our new home splendidly if it is in the mountains I have often heard that the cleverest people in the world live in the mountains and I some times think it is true it look like they cant do tco much for a person and treat a stranger too well Conway is a small but a lively little mountain town on the K C R R half way between Richmond and Liv ingston Two stons school louse church c A Nichqlasville Compa ny is drilling for oil near here they have gone doWnJ700 feet and prospects are good for oil and gas The citizens are lookikg for a big boom in the future Wishing you a merry Cnristmas and a happy and prosperous New Year I am yours truly D C Pullins CONDENSED MILK People of Japan Have Developed a Great Fondness for Till Prod of Our Dairies A curious coincidence learned by the experts of the department of in a tour of the orient is the fact that while the natives of China Japan the Philippines and the coast region never have cultivated a taste for and cheese yet they have made up this discrepancy by their fondness for condensed milk A few years after the process of con densing milk was discovered the of Japan China and the east gen soon cultivated liking for it countries than is any other western product Thousands of cans are shipped from San Francisco to the ports of China and Japan and to Manila every week and in supplying this trade the United States holds the monopoly in regard to butter and cheese while the outlook is bright says officials of the department still it is hardly for us to compete with Australia on terms in supplying these for the reason that that coun try lies several thousand miles the market than we do But when it comes to Japan American dairy products it is believed will be able to compete with Australian butter on equal terms above stated the natives cultivated little taste for butter or for cheese so that the sales of these are made mostly for the large European and American population in the principal seaports from Nagasaki to Singapore who up until a very short time ago depended entirely on for their supply Xow that the from the United States are in the field it is said that both dealers and customers are willing to buy Ameripm butter and cheese and in a majority of cases have expressed a preference for these two products sent there from the United States ADDED STABLE ROOM How Farmers V ho seed 3Iorc Enter Ivc Stock Quarters Can Do Much with Little The illustrations show the elevation f ordinary farm barn and also the as it appears when the ad dition that is shown has been built to give increased room for the accom RECORDThe itsaid net agriculture butter natives possible equal commodities nearer As products Australia gents the floor plan t c a u ne rally poplar Bit bar ELEVATION OF BARN modation of cow or other stalls The addition is across one end of the barn each end projecting to form an open manure shed The shed on the left hand can be boarded in and used for calves or other young stock or for a place to store tools and farm machines if de GROUND PLAN OF BARN sired The shed on the right Is con venient to both lines of stalls the being hauled out to the shed each 333 Such an addition costs but little a simple shed roof and added room that is often extra stalls and the covered place which to store the manure Orancre Judd Farmer TIMELY DAIRY NOTES Dont leave the herd out in a cold wind Make use of all the pumpkins They are one of the most valuable of the fall feeds for the cows Is the watering apparatus in work ing order so the cows wont have to go to the creek in a cold storm It is a good sign to see the have a thirst for milk It is a of Journal Fix a high mark for your cows this winter If they do not reach it find out why The fault may be your own The cows will appreciate all the sweet apples and odds and ends of sweet corn that lie around the orchard and garden Cows that are brushed and cleaned will yield more milk in pro portion to feed i e thereiis grain in the currycomb If you have trouble in getting ill the cream from the milkof cows that are nearing the end of the milking period djlute with warm water before straining a t manure furnishes exceedingly valuablethe in certificate cleanlinessFarm regularly i J h milk er 5t s j y c 1 r 3 II 1L1IV t s ADVERTISING ON FARMS Every Man Who tins Ever Tried It Firmly In Its Pecu niary Value In nearly every locality much may accomplished by advertising what ever we have for sale Proof of this will be found in your own desire to see what others advertise for sale Per I am ready to admit that the advertising columns of any paper al ways have a strong fascination for and if I see what others offer for others will see what I may have The local newspapers judiciously used will nearly always bring ample re turns Neat circulars stating what you have for sale and how it may be obtained mailed to your customers or to prospective ones will usually meet a response A very convenient way and also one which has brought us very satisfactory results is the sim ple device of a bulletin board to the illustration we have For Sale and Wanted columns arm Referring s Believes waiiiiy4 as THE FARM BLACKBOARD irblet words may be lettered perma ueatlj with white paint or printed With chalk as occasion require A very cheaply constructed board desired size may be made as follows Use only the best quality of softwood lumber free from pitch knots The boards should be evenly cut the desired length a convenient size is Sys by 3 feet and fastened tightly and iiruily together with cleats and screws The screws should be driven from the back of the board and should be one board rfo that they shall not reach through to and interfere with the surface of the board The outside cleats should be put on flush or nearlj so with the ends of the boards and the center cleat should be cut long enough to ex tend two or three incItes above and below the board A post should be lirnily set in the ground to which the hoard may be fastened by driving screws through the projecting ends of the center dent into the post any desired height from the ground This leaves the entire surface of 1 board To prepare the blackboard for use take the best grain alcohol and sitelac in the proportion of two parts of the former to one part of the latterone pint of alcohol to onehalf pint best black drop powder to give the which should be a dead one tablespoonful finely powdered pumice stone This latteris added to give the mixture sufficient grit to take the chalk freely when thoroughly hardened Apply with an ordinary paint brush three or four coats allowing each application thoroughly before the next is made This formula has been sold at high prices but was furnished me experienced decorator and pro nounced the best blackboard dressing in the market Try it on your school blackboards and save exorbitant charges by one hired to do the work Rural New Yorler HINT WORTH TAKING Every Community Ko Matter How Poor Can Do Something Road Improvement Hope deferred maketh the heart sick Everybody knows that the well made macadam road is a thing of beauty and likewise a joy forever On the main highways and principal thoroughfares of the land no other kind of material should be considered unless something better shall be At the present time macada is the best and the best is none t goodBut there are miles and miles of highways that no one can hope will be macadamized can say how main highways and happily meander through ideal pastoral neighborhoods Their charm lies in the fact that they are not big busy thoroughfares Such thereare are ideal paths until it hap pens to rain or they become filled with superfluity of dust About half the time these lovely ways are not fit to be And yet during all their seasons of disagreeableness there are hills of gravel lying within easy reach of their Vorst spots Or there are banks of clay which were burned would make excellent ballast The point is that people in rural lo where the building of macadam roads is aremote possibility should at once make the very best use of tKe means and materials at hand Town meetings should be called committees appointed to study the best and most available materials to use and some substantial should be done this year Dont let good gravel banks stand untouched when there are inudholes or dustheaps within a throw of them A welldrained road and a well dress d road will bring joy to the few or the many who use Y Trib The grower of fruit musf put it in Dsuch packages as his customers like if he expects to make fruit growing financial success e 1 un an mid come maybe sufficientTodesiredcolor blackand to dry ban I discovered forwho unfrequented roadwork stone itN I h h cal may Toward ities I e The Bastinr Telephone Com pany offers a reward of fifty 50 dollars for the arrest and of any one cutting shooting or in any way injuring or tamper7 ing with its wires cables poles cross arms pins or insulators Section of Kentucky Stat utes makes any of these acts a felony and is as follows Sect Telephone and Telegraph Lines If person shall willfully and injure obstruct or a tele property belonging to or attached to any or of same he shall be confined penitentiary not less than two nor more than yearsThe Bastin Telephone Company offers forbidden in the above section its lines The Bastin Telephone Company By A H Bastin Pres James Maret Secy Kentuckys Greatest NewspaperVe B Daily One Year 312 Copies BY MAIL at a rate r 50 R ward 123 1 1231Injuring I maliciously electric conviction k k f Qke 7j 1 FI V I I I conviction r S t6SeCCCC- p p I THAJi tf e LESS 2 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 in daily Double daily ser vice line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco tickets now on sale For further information address K G T MATTHEWS Pass Agent Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOHND Number 10 Daily except Sunday Number 6 Daily Number 4 Does Not Number 2 stops when flagged Number doscnt stop at Danville stop at Junction City at am SOUTH BOCNB Number 1 when flaged Number 5 Daily Number 9 except Sunday Number On am 133 pni 356 am but does 11 46 am ll12nm 11 2 pm Excursion Gen 609 414 pn 4 51 755 pxr Tar veling 31 Gr T CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time Julyl51900In eIct EASoreO C STATIONS I Lv Louisville Lexington MtSterling ArWashlngton NewYork 1120 a m 1157am lJ25nn 050 ami 1015 am lJ40nn s Sam TOOpm84511m 9 iSpm 943pm 4Opm705pm 9 08pm 8 12am 8 Warn 925am WEsoreOCND STATIONS cc LvNewYork Washington Winchester ArLexington Ar P Loniavlile OOam 712am 7S7am 8 12am 11 OOam a 1020am 2 500pm731pm UlOpm410pm 5 IOpm 800pm 550am a Siam 7 OOam 550pn SiOpnI 5 a J b SOpn 212pn245pn 3 Through Trains run to and from New York o Other trains run except Sunday For car reservations or write or telephone GEOWBARNEYDpA b ILY h LExZNGTONKu r IC tJJiU I A Yk=The Biggest Brightest and Best Paper in the South from lOto j16 pages daUyO anI es Saturdu d U 0 4p nfl SOMETHING FREEeYTaS Copy of the WorIds Almmac riand lrcyclooedill 1902 edith n J01 over ouu pages jfgifa one Year bore April 1 1902 ffRATES BY nAIL ONLY IOne Year 3 6 fionths 2 3 flonths f 25 One Month SOc 9t We will be glad to send sample copies on application euNi yf C THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY f J fe fr fe fc fe 4fcCS S7TC e 7C st TTCo s JTCje S a s XCs i to aU sending s bscrptlon o fbI qA k o c rican to uctr r 3 et 31a c s HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY LOUiSVILLE DCl II IIAOUis S 1- 3N Yf qoie 1 1Vfe DOUBLE DAiLY TRAINS Louisville and St Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman flutist Sleepers on Night Trains Tor rates and further information address L J IRWIN G p A LOUISVILLE KY Dairy Utenails in Winter It is often difficult to keep dairy utensils in the best possible condition in winter because of lack of sunshine On most farms vessels are washed and scalded and then put in the sunshine until wanted Many winter days have no sunshine Utensils should be boiled thoroughly or to live steam if this is obtainable At any rate give them a good scald ing in boiling water and place them where they are exposed to outside air Sunshine is the best possible disin fectant Keep your dairy utensils in the sunshine as much as possibe American Agriculturist Selection of Seed Potatoes varieties of potatoes come and but for the continued introduc tin of new varieties potatoes would soon be scarce This is due to the selection of seed All the tubers jf crop are sold for seed when only the should be selected If the largest tubers front the and strong plants only are retained for seed there would be an improvement in varieties instead of deterioration quality But as long as seed potatoes I good prices there will be good sind inferior seed used I therefore subjected care- lesS st in BPTWEEN Many and- O est thriftiest tiled 4 ffl LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a eneral 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 charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us J iM1fI Real Estate Agents indirectly LADItAM11 VV House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient ouestory frame house four rooms hallway 3 varamlas anti a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings burn buggy house etc Good garden pInt with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price Is right and terms easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Proptrty is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of Hill street 70 feet front and S15 feet deep or Ii5 fee deep if desired a part of tint DrOP Hill property Splendid site for a nice residence in n good 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 Purchaser On East side 01 hIlt street adjacent to item No2 C e c Iicut u Hill street 325 feet deep or 125 feet deep if so desired it rant of the Dr O 1 Hill place Good location in ex cellent building site good and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid tile Fork of Sugar Creek 1 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the laud has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or hemp laud the rest rich and productive ever failing water and fencing in good repair Laud lots been welt treated 1J story box 4 and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc acre for a garden plat No 9 House and Lot in Danville Jy in Otter Addition East Main Street 100 feet front 117 feet deep Nice residences are building all around this property in this location is always salable No 17 Farm of J5S Acres in 1olleys Bend ofKentucky Hirer In Garrard county about y miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres iu apple orchard good peach orchard G room twostory house iu good re pairs and nIl necessary outbuildiiigs Laud in Polleys is fast increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 312 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Uryantsville and About miles from Lancaster All goodstrong lund very under i attn abundantly watered Dwelling house i 2 containing rooms two teuaut houses good ice housecry anti all other out buildings areon the place Close to church schooland well fitted for stock raising No 14 GOO Acres ol Coal and Timber Laud in 1ulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat Itiver ou the Ciuciuuut Southern Railroad Ibis laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Uulutu and Cedar upou it No 13 House ami Lot near Sul phur Well Loivellj Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot iu Lau castei S I I j No1 building neighborhood Iii i iilorloll I on property I Bend S CountrJ house- rooms Threebun Its N 01 G Farm of 60 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Itocfccastle line All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water JJ story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given April lit 1001 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 10 louse and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan yule Avenue Known is the old Franklin Institute Lot is 14S feet front on Danville Avenue and 193 feet in depth House Is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged In every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house Wet ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Jliles from Lancaster on the liirksville Pike balance under cultivation watered by never failing springs Place Is In good repair House A stories containing Grooms porch and tat ticed porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate size No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below buck hall varaiida hand somely finished inside and conveniently con structed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is IIAJ feet iroITtr 7 fcriiittiertbriHee stafeir lot and large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile front Lawsons school house milefrom Good Hope Baptist church s acres under cultivation balance in grass good pasture land under good fence and watered by never failing spinsrs and ponds 12 acres in orcharlin fruiting prime best varieties in all kinds of fruit Good fy story cottage house nicely finished und conveniently arranged with a storeroom SSxao feet adjoining it Post office known as Flatwoods Is kept at the store andIs an excellent location for a country storeA good place for a coming merchant to make money and make it fast 5 Farm of SG Acres on the Sugar Crei k Pike 2 miles front Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of whichbeen sown In oats and grass 25 acres of flue tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheat 4 and corn remainder in grass Stock water in m abundance Sufficient throughout last years dronth large wellselected orchard just traitiiig whole place under good fence 5roomcottage residence barn Ice house and all outbuildings splendid cistern etcWell worth what we want foi it No 20 Farm Containing 1GO acres about 2 miles from Carters yule in Garrard couutyf And Jf of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO DO acres in grass corn and toboccolaud watered by pools and creek never failunder good 2 story house containingrooms with back aud gooa residence ond school within of a mile Amoney making farm nlcelr situated h after property house splendidI 35 necessary tobacco o o ave f For further particulars write to or call on L DavidsonIts LanrOflice over Stormes store Insure with the Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance C- oG B SwineforoadAgt S BEAZLEY New York i I W i J DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain I I with Vitalized Air Otnce in lie Presbyterian church the Bookout street oPPo JDauville OR Louis Landrarn Central Record office MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY 250 PER YEAR 25 CTS A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF ANDPAPERS tEuie iI W v w 2 5 a