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E I TITEd TEAR Entered at the Office in Lancaster JTy oa Second Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAR 20 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR c I me Class Jlll1JEJjJUJ 49 1- V I- ip t gnt4t4 ly Fill Post + f M M M f M M H M M H t M M ALL INVITED TO ATTEND Our purchases for the Summer trade has been very extensive in MILLINERY Silks and Wool Dress Goods Wash Fabrics Fancy Notions Ribbons Laces Carpets Rugs Mattings Shoes Slippers Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods We are prepared to show yjou a very exten sive and UPTODATE line of Merchandise at reasonable prices Come to see us The Logan Dry Goods Co t f t t t + + I f I II t ttt 1 IMlllINHY I SATURDAY antt MONDAY March ana 31st i t Springand i I t i i j tt i OPENING t 2th l r 3 Of local Interest Bob Kinnaird and Jolm Stormes claim to have beans up The Council should enforce the side walk ordinance this Spring Prospects are good for a great deal of building in Lancaster this Spring Lightning blew the fuses in a great many telephones last Saturday night Fishermen are getting their tackle together and whetting up their lying machines The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard continue to be very popu lar Go up next Sunday and try one Dont wade through the mud but telephone Alelc Miller and have him haul you to the trains Will cost but little The Council shows hoss sense by trying the artesian well experiment If successful it will save from ten to twelve thousand dollars The next Attraction at the opera house is Gus Suns minstrels Sun gave the best show in Lancaster last season and a big crowd will see him There will be work in the Entered Apprentice degree at the Masonic lodge next Tuesday Action in other important matters will also be taken J W Lawson asks THE RECORD to announce that his wifes funeral will be preached at Goshen the third Sun day in May She died last November Our illustrated supplement was pro nounced a Peach It will be sent out once a month Nows the time to subscribe for THE RECORD Only a dollar a year Preaching at Antioch Rev A R Moore will preach at New Antioch church and fourth Sunday Services begin at 230 p m Deserving Little Master Leonard Miller an exceed ingly bright young man has entered THE RECORD office to learn the art preservative He Is energetic and in earnest the kind of boy that is ex to days W in i I everysecond ceedinglyhard 4 r Fellow find r t l Handkerchief Sale The ladies of the Christian church society will hold a handkerchief sale Saturday afternoon March 29 at the Stormes store room on Danville St Good Appointment Mr Jerry Respess has been county surveyor This is a good appointment and the duties of the office are certain to be carried out carefully and properly A Sensitive Man A widower of Wellington Kas the other day was remarried just two weeks after his first wifes death and when the boys came to charivari him he went out and told them they ought to be ashamed of themselves for mak ing such an uproar around a house where a funeral had been held so re cently Old Fiddlers at Stanford An interesting program is being ar ranged for the old fiddlers contest Friday night Some of Lincoln coun tys prettiest and most talented young ladies will be down for recitations Messrs Ed Walton and Jesse Alverson are the promoters which insures suc cess Telephone them and have seats reserved wood Buulap Secretary Lexington Herald Attorney Wood G Dunlap has been elected secretary and general manager of the Knox Oil company and will have his office here after at the Phoenix Hotel in Lexing ton It is said that on the Wage farm in Knox county is one well pro ducing from 1500 to 2000 barrels per day Richardson The remains of Mrs Wm M Rich interred at the Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday about noon She daughter of Ben F Slavin and the funeral services were held at his residence between here and Danville near Providence Many friends of the family in this county extend sym pathy to the family Kind Words for Bro Xomlinson The NicholasvilleJournal says Hon R H Tomlinson of Garrard will be a candidate for Lieut Governor be fore the next Democratic State con vention He was three times elected county attorney and is now serving his third term as Garrards represen tative in the Legislature A lawyer of much ability an eloquent speaker and a most popular gentleman he is thoroughly equipped for the appointed ardson were wasa j Ja S33 Personal Mention Lexington Democrat Hon R C Warren candidate for Congress in the Eighth district was in tte city last night returning from Frankfort Warren is one of the best equipped men in the district for the office he seeks and if devotion to party and an unbroken record of fealty to its and candidates count for he has a splendid chance to win the nomination and election Graded School Tournament The annualBluegrass Graded School Tournament will be held this year at Versailles It has been decided to hold it in June this year instead of May as it will interfere less with the regular school work A number of new features will be added to the contests and it is thought that there will be a large number of contestants in all events About twelve schools will have representatives in the various contests B Y P S The Baptist Young Peoples Society will give a silver offering missionary social tomorrow Friday evening at 7 oclock at the church An interest ing and profitable missionary program will be rendered with solos and quar tetts by best local talent after which refreshments will be served A silver offering will be taken which will be devoted to the cause of Christian mis sions Every body is cordially invited to attend Finest in Years The hemp crop in Garrard has been remarkable this season and will net a handsome sum to the farmers The other day we saw an estimate of the crops in the various hempproducing localities and it showed that Fayette comes first with 5000000 pounds Jes samine second with 3000000 pounds Garrard third with 250d000 pounds Boyle fourth with 2000000 pounds The total growth of these four at regular market price 625000 They Appreciate Him Senator Geo T Farris of this city endeared himself to the by his assistance at Frankfort during the recent session In a the boys decided that THE announce Senator Farris as a can didate for congress in this district His gallant services to his party cer tainly merit substantial recognition and if the people will stand by him as firmly as will the press boys he will win in a walk Why not reward faith ful services Seems to Suit Em THE RDCORDS suggestion of Hon R H Tomlinson of this city as a probable candidate for nomination for lieutenant governor at the next Dem ocratic convention has taken well with the press over the state and a great many good things are being said about the Garrard county man Mr Tomlinson is well equipped for place and his recent good work for the newspaper boys in their effort to get an advertising law will always be remembered by them A Red Letter Day The local W C T U will observe Neal Dows birthday Saturday Mardi 22 in their parlor from 3 to 4 oclock All who have ever been members or intend joining are cordially invited honorary members included Music Devotional Mrs Hubble The Christians position in regard to Temperance Mrs Campbell The thank offering Mrs Dr Kinnaird The teachers opportunity Jane Shu mate Sewing committee Mrs Wm Lear Mrs Stone Mrs Robt Embry Miss Anderson New Hardware Firm The stock of goods belonging to the o late John M Higginbotham was sold at auction Thursday afternoon There were several bidders but Messrs T B Walker Son were the highest and the stock was knocked off to them at J 3500 They took immediate posses sion and are now ready to furnish anything in their line at rock bottom prices These two gentlemen stand in the front ranks of business THE RECROD predicts for them a career They are among the most popular men in the county and when you trade with them you are sure to get a square deal Mr John Anderson will assist in the store Must Register In Lancaster A bill of farreaching political passed the Kentucky House Friday having already apparently slipped through the Senate The new act requires registration in all cities from the first to the fifth class and every voter that registers must receive a certificate of This must be to the election officers before voting If the certificate is lost or de stroyed a person by making affidavit to that effect and paying the County Clerk a fee of fifty cents may secure one By this law all that is nec essary is to buy the floaters certificate and it will riot be necessary to run him off as has been done in elections r i 5 5 i principles I anything f counties represents newspapermen confab RECORD thee menand A L S successful possibilities Inclusive registration certificate presented anew heretofore r A Good Rule by a Good Paper The Morning Herald has announced that it will adhere strictly to the rule that all subscriptions must be paid in advance It is a good rule and every newspaper ought to adopt and stand to The Herald offers a special induce ment to its subscribers to pay in ad vance by giving all who do so a first class uptodate map of Kentucky of the United States and of the world and at the same time publishing such a good paper that no one who can get it is willing to do without it Will Build in Richmond The Richmond lodge of Elks has created a fund for the erection of an elegant opera house lodge room etc The erection of the building will prove of great advantage to as good shows can then play in Richmond and get here without the long jumps the theatrical people dislike so much If Danville would now put up a firstclass play house we would be able to secure attractions that can not afford to come this way now Lancaster and Somerset are the only towns in this section having uptodate thoroughly equipped opera houses Trains Late Before you cuss the night train No 4 remember that it carries a sleeper which comes from the far South and it is a connection way down In that throws No 4 These night trains are strictly thro trains and are acknowledged to be the fastest running out ot Cincinnati They dont care to fool with local travel and you should consider your self fortunate to be allowed aboard of them No 5 from Cincinnati is al ways right on but No 4 has been way off nearly every morning frequently four hours out of gear Monday morning she passed at seven oclock Minister Called At the conclusion of the regular ser vices at the Presbyterian church Sun day night a business meeting was held at which Rev C H Chumley of Old Church Virginia ly called as pasor We understand Mr Chumley will take charge of the church at once The officers have rented the Ed Hughes property on Lexington street which the pastor will occupy until the completion of the new parsonage At the same meeting Squire W H Kinnaird an nounced that the church was now free from debt and had some money ahead He said that as only a few had con tributed toward the new parsonage that there would be no difficulty in raising the required amount The building will be a handsame one and an ornament to the town A Noble Cause Some time ago a number of ladies formed an organization for the of improving and further beauti fying the Lancaster Cemetery A ve small fee was fixed to pay year This was collected last year and much good accomplished which fact was mentioned in THE RECORD at the time We learn that many nave failed to respond when called upon for this years dues not withstanding thefact thatthe amount is very small and the object one of the most worthy The ladies can do more good than double as many in this matter and we trust all will add their names to the roster of and thus aid materially in the local city of the dead the pret tiest in Kentucky Any one will refuse to look after the last resting place of those they once loved tfe say once loved for if you loved them now you would not have to be spurred up in the matter is certainly a piece of humanity The next meeting of the ladies organization will be duly announced in and you should lend your A Good The Committee of the City Council J S Robinson and Capt have about decided recommend that the town secure proper apparat us and drill an artesian well to supply the water works system If water in sufficient quantity can be thus found it will save the town at least ten thousand dollars on the plant give an absolutely pure water and in many other ways be more satisfactory All older citizens know of the famous well at Dr B F Walters residence on Lexington street This well supplied several regiments of soldiers during the war and has since been 1 known to show tte slightest signs of giving out or decreasing whatever j There are several other never failing streams in that locality and the idea J is to sink This will not J cost much and beside it is a good plan to risk several hundred dollars if J there is a possibility thereby saving ten thousand Work will 4 be commenced in a time and as J Mr Jerry fwill soon have the J drawings completed definate steps j will be soon putting in the system The town should by all means own the controlling interest in the plant as has proven much satisfactory everywhere it has tried Lancaster out of gear recently was unanimous f foreach members making who peculiar THE REC Idea Hern- don aster a well there ortwelve rt takentoward 1 I Georgia purpose then RD assistance this more been Temperance Sermon Rev Allen R Moore made a splen did talk on temperance at the Chris tian church Suuday evening He gave a lot of facts and figures that put his to thinking Mr Moore is not what is known as a temperance crank but sets forth the evils of drink in a clear way that goes home to the people Like in his preaching he runs off on no mouse tracks but puts facts before his hearers in so plain a way that much good results THE RECORD takes no stock in haremscarem preaching or cranks who would hang every poor unfortunate who is struggling under the curse of liquor Not The Other Fellow Robert Burdette has the following to say of our individual faults if you fail blame your failure on some one else The man up with the headache the morning was the man who was drunk the night It was not the fellow 1 have often thought if I had been born in the next county to myself I would have gotten along a whole lot better It is not the other people that have made the trouble for me I have done that for myself There is no man who can shoulder the blame for your sins Alone ydu came into the world alone and naked will you stand before the judgment bar of God to render an account df the deeds that done in the bo dy Bob ought to know what he is is talking about and it impresses us from what he says that he does Death of Mrs Gresham The announcement of the death of Mrs Tilatha Gresham Saturday caused great sorrow and surprise to the people of this city MrsGresham had been ill only a few days and no fear of fatal results had been felt She began to grow worse Friday afternoon and by Saturday morning the physi cian Dr Kinnaird saw the danger She lingered until that afternoon when she passed away about four oclock Mrs Gresham was a sister of Messrs R G and Wn Ward and has been residing in Lancaster for several years She was a prominent worker the Presbyterian church and a devo ted member of local W C T U Her noble work for the cause of Chris tianity and temperancetogether with her kindly disposition and desire to do good for all endeared her to the peo of our town and no one had more friends or was more highly thought of than was she Mrs Gresham moved t Bearers excitable temperance who wakes next before other younot othershare the Don l that to Lancaster from Livingston and soon after locating here became prom inently identified in church and tem perancE work and her death will be keenly felt by the leaders in tnese no ble causes Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church Sun day afternoon at 230 oclock conduct ed by Rev J L McClungafter which the remains were interred in the Lan caster Cemetery Fair at Richmond The Elks have decided to hold a fair at Richmond this summer and a com mattes is now at work mapping out the plans While it is not fully deter mined yet it is more than likely that an old time rope fair will be held liberal money being offered for the stock show This is a good idea as the fairs in recent years have grown very tiresome and do not attract the people save those who like to gaze up on soiled tights worn by women who left grandchildren at home or those who want to go up against a gambling scheme of some kind If a strictly oldfashioned fair with plenty of good stock is given we believe the boys will make all kind of money It is also proposed and wisely so to omit the trots which attract only a few horsemen A Vigorous Lecture Prof James A Tate of Nashville Tenn and secretary of the National Prohibition Committee lectured at the Christian church last Wednesday night The night was unfavorable and the audience small but those who heard him are enthusiastic in their praise of the lecture He defended prohibitionists against the charge of being cranks and fools He that the prohibitionst is the only statesman upon the liquor question That it is true statesmanship for to band together for the purpose of obtaining that which injuries it the liquor trafic is an enemy to society and that the only way in which true statesmen can deal with it is to abolish it Prof Tates very vigorous though not at all offensive Some parts of his lecture were highly dramatic and made a impression upon the audience Prof Tate went from here to Dan ville He will be in Kentucky for a few days more and will go on a three months tour of Oregon and California He is well worth hearing and the peo ple wherever he goes should avail themselves of the opportunity to hear his lectures At the close of his here a Prohibition Alliance was formed of which O T Wallace was elected president and Robert T Em bry treasurer The first meeting of the Alliance will be held next Friday night March 22 j maintained language- was lasting t society lecture USEE OS When You Buy Your Harness Buggies HJLSELHEN The Hardware Man I J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors i t I i Road Wagon i rt 7i Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of i Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward r Great Bargains In Ldies Shoos One hundred pairs of Ladies o Shoes Sizes from 2i to 4 o y Ranging in Prices From 200 to 400 per pair f We Will Close The Lot Out At i 5O 75 and i H T Logan The One Price Cloth ier and Furnisher 0o 0 I I I i o 2 2 0 I I j 2 l 1 100 125 J 04 c 0o 1 i iO r I I J Ii V J t t I t J t t t ciY J t 2 it OQ0O O 0 I p 0 0 0 0 0 i t 4 i r n- N s We Can Save Money For Yon When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact Eoaiaus Elaors Wagon I CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSURD WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky March 2Q 1902 EDWAKD O LEIGH Governor BecfcliamB Private Secre The Louisville Times of Saturday contained a good picture of Mr O Leigh with the following comment Everybody knows him and everybody likes him The day is not half long enough to allow him time do all the favors he would like to for his friends He is a hypnotizing hand shaker can pound a typewriter quote Shakespeare the general statutes and the Bible or discuss the weather with equal grace and dignity The real of secretary to the governor that of a buffer but Mr Leigh is times more than this He is sort of vice governor So impartially devoted is he to the fair sex that he has never been able to pick one for his wife Some of his friends however place an entirely different on Mr Leighs ability to make a speaking or Mr Leigh Governor Beckham said to a Lexington reporter that the records show that the gentleman had been with the executive office as far back as 1847 and that his knowledge of affairs made him about To look at Mr Leigh one would not think him so old but the alleged fact that he was a school mate of Col John G Craddock proves that he is getting along in years Wonder IfTheres Any Here Harrodsburg Democrat Chronic loafers in our stores are getting to be chronic nuisances and it is a wonder that our merchants have not raised a complaint before now Many of the stores furnish chairs and fires that are occupied by the same loafers day after day and night after night much to their discomfort and frequent both to themselves and their customers but are too timid to of it in the prerence of their A Mortgage On An Air Castle and a dead mans good in tentions are equally worth less to a widow and her orphan children Take out a policy now while you can with the The Mutual Life Insurance Company Of Kentucky your TheNew Perfection Policy incontestable of K I DAVIDSON Agt Lancaster Ky Richmond Ky I J A Edward office several construction pickIn Democrat connected indispensable inconvenience complain Ittttttttttttt and SUBSTANTIAL for Insurancefield I BECK JrSIAgt Ii unl n u U e tart r I J C f S Yrrt g H Hi IJH 3 llj jbj in g E S g FIl a E in of victims In many of the stores one sees the same faces every day fact they go to their meals and turn in a hurry as if they were regu lar employes and interested in the business and never think how many customers they keep out The hoecake of the oldtime mam my of the South can never be forgot ten if once tasted yet while there were but three mea water and salt needed by the old time mammy there must have always been something else invisible to the chillun she baked for to impart such a toothsome savor Perhaps the hoe had something to do with it that garden implement well wiped and heated and rubbed with a bit of ba con rind was the griddle held before big wood fire with the cake still enough to stay on it browning delic iously nothing ever tasted so good But a very good imitation can be made by using a pint of corn meal into which you put half a teaspoonful of salt and enough boiling water to mois the meal thoroughly let it stand about ten minutes then add boiling water until the batter will drep easily have your griddle ve ry hot and use fat pork to grease with as you take the cake off put piece of butter on top of each one be fore laying together Now is the time to have your old buggy plncton surry or road wairon made new we are now better pre pared to paint trim or do anything the carriage line than ever before W J Romans J C Fox bought some nice hogs from Pate Parrish for 540 has moved to his farm he purchased in Garrard J F Holtzclaw bought a nice jack from Tuck Hubble for about 400 There will be a sale at the home Flem Cummins deceased on the 22nd Rev H B Culkvili of Louisville has been here for a few days on business J M Cress some nice hogs in Rockcastle county last week for 450 to 5 The sale of David Colson and everything brought a good price The family of Mr Dave Colson will leave this week for Texas where they will make their future home William Olson and Miss Lillie Lawson daughter of Mr and Mrs George Lawson was married last Saturday at the home ofthe brides parents Mr Jones son of Sie Jones while fixing some fence last Satur day had an axe to fly off the han die the edge striking him on the arm inflicting some though not dangerous wounds W T Pherigo of McCreary was visiting H C Cummins and family Sunday Walter Warren was in Lexington first of the week to see his daughter who is in school there Miss Cleta McDonald of Knox it county is visiting her relatives here for a while Mrs George King spent one day last week with Mrs J L Hutchins Mrs Rebecca Pettis was visiting her daughter Mrs B D Holtzclaw last week P Rogers who has been on the sick list is able to be out again Mrs has from Danville whet contracted for a nice house lot i i I The OldTime lIoecake ingredientscorn toa isten A J Hayden bought was wellattended headand Robinson ic M awhile amore PREACIIERSI ILLS painful lisa 2etu reed ant F shed 1 OSO tS jC J tV V I FJIOM ALL SECTIONS OF QABBABD COUNTY 0 O O O4O S S O S O S O S cr tV fV3VVV wV3vrotVvV o oI II V5rv CVieh O OOOOOdO0040c 00000000000000000 be tie S is vey at Ira his by MANSE Ollie T6rrill is attending school at Lexington Mr Wade Terrill has returned after an extended visit aj through the south Miss Annie Reid is rapidly recovering after along and severe illness Mr and Mrs J W Walker have returned from a visit to Richmond Miss Mary Burnside of Lancaster has been the guest of rela tives here Miss Betsy Woods been spending several days with Annie Reid Mr Walter of Stanford and Ed Doty Lancaster attended church here Sunday Miss Ilij Ranthea Royston is spending several days with the home folks Sla vin received a message that his sister Mrs Richardson died in Texas She IE was raised in this vicinity and had HI many dear friends Dr F M Walker ra spent most of last week in Louisville Mrs J F Higgins has been ill this week Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has IS resigned her position as teacher at Paint Lick and is now at home Doyle Pullius colored died Sunday morning of consumption M Jim Baylor sold two cows for 55 J Ebb Scott bought a horse from Dick Rigsby for 61 y Jim Grayson bought a horse from Geo Rogers for 35 Arthur McQuerry sold a horse to Frank Fross for 75 Jim McQuerry bought a horse from A Archer sold a mare to Thomps Ramsey for 55and bought a mule Preachersville for 4150 Rev H B Cockrill of Louisville was visiting Miss Myrtle Cormney last week Mrs Matrie Rout and chil dren ipent Monday with Mrs Francis Archer Mrs Portwood visited her daughter at Valley View last week Rev Bryant spent Thursday night at Mr Samp Archers Mrs Barnes spent the day at Mrs Florence Cormneis last Monday There will preaching at Lawson Chapel the first Sunday in April by the pastor Rev R II Slavin hap pened to a serious accident a few days ago as he was showing the speed his saddle mare when she fell bruis ing him badly Will Dickerson sold five head ofcat to Henry Smith for S60 A T scott has traded a farm of 60 acres to Eugene Ruble for stock Henry Smith bought of Mercer par ties 10 hogs for510 and 32 at 525 and Christopher delivered last load of hemp in your last Thursday Albert Skinner bought ofMrs Berkle 15 barrels corn at 325 Also from P Terrill one horse at 850 Miss Olive Wilds has returned her home in Nicholasville after a weeks visit to relatives W H Dun can visited his cousin John Duncan You can see the largest and best stock of all kinds of vehicles ever shown in Lancaster W J Romans near Wilmore last week The latter very ill Mrs Alex Myers who has been spending several weeks with her daughter Mrs P S Terrill has returned to her home in Mercer Mr Har young of Harrodsburg was with the family of Wm Christopher several days last week Dr Goldstein of Cincinnati was in our James Scott is with relatives in Indiana Mr and Mrs Wallace Goode from near Hustonville visited Albert Skinners last week Mrs John Daugherty and little son of Lex ipgton were with relatives from Sat urday until Monday Messrs Virgil Scott Howard Lane Virgil Wilds Leslie Ruple G H Securest and son Hugh and Irvine Christopher the old fiddlers contest in Nicholasville Monday night McCREARV Mrs Almira Wearren sold a mule to J A Hill for 60 Tuck Kelley bought onehalf terest in the Yates farm for 2 16 has purchased a soda fountain with which to delight his customers this summer Minnie Pherigo has accept position in the telephone ex change at Nicholasville Christian church at this has called Eld A R Moore to preach the 2nd and 4th Sunday in month in the afternoon J B Sanders is still working on hemp break He is going to attach horsepower and if that does propel it he will have it electricity We would not be surprised to automobile when is finished Mrs Kinnaird Warner leaves next week for an extended visit to Nicholasville and Lexington Mrs Davis Sutton has returned a weeks to her sister Mrs Kirby Grimes oi Winchester Coleman Gulley of visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Mary Yater has leturned from where she was visiting her daughter ker ytle ille T R WOODS J C Fox GOre Hobbs Sam BUENA VISTA itShearer atheir midst lastweek attended J B Warner Miss eda The place each not scene from visit d l t J w Wail FLAT DI Hyatt tit the ter Rev B last and for for out by JJRYANTSFILLE Rev Shearer of Danville filled the pulpit at the Grove Sunday in the absence of Rev Garrison Mrs Haselden has returned from city with a beautiful line of Eas hats and will have her opening Saturday March 23rd Mrs Dr Armstrong entertained Jackson last Sunday He will theISSMr Riohard Bratton has rented the West farm near Marksbury and moved there last week Mr Eckinroth of Harrodsburg has moved to the house he vacated F Jennings of Danville spent week with relatives Leaven is with her daughters in Lex ington Miss Bolton spent Saturday Sunday with Miss Mag Robinson Mss Joe Hellen Marrett spent Sunday with her parents West of Lancaster visited her Mrs Jeff Dunn last week Mr Mrs IIollice Easley are visiting in Jessamine county Miss Margaret Jahhes of Danville is the guest of Miss Mattie Jenkins Mrs Harris of Nicholasville is the guest of relatives here Mrs John Bryant en tertained a number of friends at dining last Friday PAINT LICK Guy Rice sold a horse to Jack Adams 65 y s Fish has been to Berea several days measuring lumber Mr William Erskin of Lexington here this week on business Mrs Sam Henderson has been suff ering with a rising in her head R L Jennings Co are receiving large lots of new spring goods 3t Harry Francis shipped a car load of to his brother at Corbin this week This cold spell is causing Mr A B Ely to be a little uneasy about his garden Did you see that allwool carpet at Jennings Co at 49c per yard Itsa beauty 3t Henry Moore and Jack Adams have contracted car load of corn at 3 barrel Some of our farmers have sown their tobacco beds and are preparing for an other large crop Mrs Minnie Jennings Millinery goods has arrived and she will be ready business in a few days Oh what pretty side boards folding beds extention tables and rockers at Jennings Co at such very low prices 3t Ed Gaines was here this week sell way certainly has an oily tongue We were misinformed about our mill closing for awhile It will be for business every day during the except Sunday Get Ready for can show you a very handsome line of rugs curtains furniture etc at than larger towns Come and let us convince you R L 3t A team of horses ran off with Farris Smith and hurt one ot his legs pretty bad The same day and almost the same time a wagon ran over Cash umPhreys ankle and came near breaking it They are both now on crutches Mrs C Shumate extends her heart felt thanks to the good people of Paint Lick for their kindness to her her illness She says she can never repay them but her heart goes m prayer to the good Lord bless them in their trials and tribula tions WALLACETON Seed oats are so high that some farmers are threshing out their seed is being bestowed upon Senator Farris by our because of hisnoble victory won in securing the passage of his lind tiger bill is all right While a horse belonging to Mr McNew was standing near a thresher Friday the blanket caught fire and was discovered when just ready to burst iota a flame Saturday Ben Goens care S jjmashing one finger and cutting two off He was at once taken to s the surgeon where his hand was S patched up 2 Last Thursday Bud Bowlins house caught fire and pretty soon scattered until the roof was ing in several places and things Caldwells school boys rushed to the scene and by their gallent aid fsucceeded in the flames Born to the wife of Robert pon the 6th jnst an eleven pound boy Joel Bowliri who has fis days Monday accom panied by Billy Weaver Misses Ella and Etta Rutherford also Roy Rutherford and Lewis Baker were at during unto floe returned to Berea last fi week where they wall attend school until June I R a n Mrs J lIiss Bane relatives atwas hay fora ofper Coytoyear SpringWe carpets lower prices J pings Co durIng tow ofour r Quite a liberal amount of praise i lIt Last the aid of the wind the fire was burnt appearance sub ueing Gentry been here from Illinois for ten returnedon m fjJ I sist a cogwheels hone butt f Y rt- r p er will and me saw as man and the to one json s sale O Mrs j to MABKSBURY Charles Durham purchased of James Tomas some fodder at 10 cents per shock Mr John L Woods was called to the bedside of his brother Tom LexingtonW passed through Marks bury taking orders for the Hillenmey Nursery of Lexington Mr L Wood has some extra nice yellow and white seed corn which he sell to any one wishing to pur chase Rev Stallings of Springfield will preach at the Fork church Thursday Friday evening March 27 and 28 Services commence at 7 oclock cordially invited to attend QMr Tilden Daly and Miss Fannie Tomas were married last Thursday Mrs Tarkington of near Danville and Miss Sallie Woods of Lexington the handsome supplement with THE RECOUD Sunday morning Mr John Royston a man creeping toward his barn the days of seeing Indians skulk ing about have passed he was some what surprised He saw it was a white and decided to see who lie was what he wanted As Mr R the man turned and went in opposite direction Mr Royston called for him to stop the man began run He said if you dont stop Ill shoot you the man ran faster chasing him through several tields Mr Royston lost sight of him He is still wondering who the man was and why he acted so mysteriously SWEENEY W H Brown bought from McRenels horse for SG5 II Thompson bought of JJ Thomp 6 shoats at 5c Rigsby bought at Dave Colstons one wagon for S14 Emanuel Cox bought from J H Thompson one calf for 535 Booth Sutton bought at Ashby nolds sale one sow for 750 Frank Holtzclaw and Levi bought from Mr Lawson of FJatwoods 12 shoats for 227 per head W P Dishon bought at Dave Col stons sale one mule at 10050 Also George Dishon bought one horse at S58 Rev Peters is preaching at theBeazley school house He is to preach twelve sermons Large crowds attend prank Thompson bought from Jim Grason one nice harness horse for 75 H Harbor bought a nice horse at Stanford court for 90 Miss Fannie Austin is visiting in Danville and Stanford this week S Morgan and son spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs Booth Sutton Miss Mary Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs J II Thompson this week and attending meeting LOWELL The we had last Thursday was very destructive There were a great m2ny window lights broken and some damage done to roots M Meadows is talking of build lug a room to his store for drugs We hope he will do this as it would be a great convenience to the people Mrs Bell Henderson who has been sick for some time is much worse at this writing There some of our boys that went Madison county last week on a visit Mr Davis and wife visited John D Hardwick and fam ily Saturday Mr W N Indman spent Sunday with J M Meadows J nod advanced After UP hailstorm L H andwife Monday Everyone 5 Arm It requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store McRoberts Drub StoreI = N l h p b fi M I t= LISTEN PLEASE My accounts are now PAST DUE and Imust have every cent to me I dont want to be compelled DUN YOU But T need the money and must have it This means YOU if you owe me I have waited patiently and must have what you owe to meet obigations SALLIE D TILLETT nOWL ztrn mown g toe MONUMENTS Good work at moderate prices Before buying your monumental work buy a headstone or inonu ment Poorly Finished Work is Dear At Any Price Select stock Vermont white and blue Imported Italian Dark Creole and Pink Marbls Get our prices for Granite Monu other Stanford street JAS I WHITE Propr Jno Uarwood Shop Mgr R KINNAIRD 3 Queen PalatIne National Hartford Conneticut German Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merclmiitile Notice to Creditors All persons having claims iiLinst the estate of J will please piesentsamp properly proven for payment to the nu nis attorney W Me C Johnston at once All indebted to said estate will please call and settle their ac counts at once UT IIIGGIXBOTHAM AdmC t Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1902 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no Agents but sell direct to the Plan er tStrawberry and General Cata logues on application to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky I j quality yourtrade INSURANCE RBDfBscntin Followin GOlliDanies Aetna ctna Life Ins Go of HartfofJGolln decd I American t Hamilton to s S JIcGmre DEALERS IN Monuments andTonibstones of all kinds Ve can furnish you with any kind you desire and satisfaction J I Fxtxs rClILLw ofstone guarantee lIt IILTOV cJ I Ole Successors Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay work now we can make arrange ments wherebv you can pay for same on long time pay ments SHOP NEAR DEPOT to Try traverses a territory rich in undeveloped resources a territory containing unlimited possibilities for agriculture horticulture stock rais ing mining and manufacturing And last but not least it is The Scenic Rotefor Tesarssts The Frisco System now offers the traveling public excellent service and fast time Between St Louis and Kansas City and points in Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Texas and the Southwest Between Kansas City and points in Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Georgia Florida and the Southeast Between Birmingham and Mem phis and points in Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the West and Southwest Full information as to route and rates cheerfully furnished upon appli cation to any representative of the Company or to Passenger Traffic Department Commercial Building Saint Louis for andeasy A 630d 1 i tt I ea l- It i r p M ps v gS NOW FOR EASTERIts for you to reveal in the world of swell new stapes that crowd the shelves of our Shoe Department Conceits fashioned from Fine Leather in the huge factories of tIle PETERS SHOE CO in St Louis especially to our order for our sesg e customers The nobbiest dovelties that the SHOE WORLD af T ffords are here ready for your selection at prices that would lead you f llSicM T to expect shelf worn plunder rather than the choicest Product oi k JS K I Americas leading makers We have RICE HUTCHINS line J of School Shoes for Boys and Girls The man or woman who ex r JSs mL pects to be correctly costumeb for Easter cannot afford to miss look T Ting through these lines ofshoes if only for thesake of getting posted l L1 T LOUIS XIV Alsoon whats what in SHOES 4 Common Sense neel 1 FURNISHINGS Do not forget we have an UPTODATE line of Shirts and Hose The very latestshaped HATS GROCERIES ETC You will find our prices right on all Groceries Landreths bulkand Headquarters for Seed Potatoes j i J Garden Seedsln Ward d Jlmp3 n o pockage tI a t Tin Shop SEE OUR TINNER ABOUT YOUR ROOFING Tin Shop GUTTERING FIITERS REPAIRS TIN SHOP K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson SPRING MILLINERY We have now open and on display the largest and prettiest line of goods we have ever shown in this market We are prepared to supply any one with a NOBBY EASTER HAT- if they desire one by that time but our regular opening of FRENCH PATTERNS will be on SATURDAY APRIL 5th We take pleasure in showing goods see them Respectfully NOEL SISTERS 4 J Y t S u Calland tv H 1 I f MHMHHHMHHMM About The People Fisher Herring is in Cincinnati on business trip The condition of Hamlet Brown is somewhat improved Miss Bettie Anderson was in Dan yule shopping Monday Miss Allie Arnold is visiting rela tives in Nicholasville Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford is visiting Mrs J M Farra Miss Fannie Austin is in Danville visiting Miss Mary Benge Misses Jane Lusk were in Danville the past week shopping Mr Jake Joseph is in Cincinnati spring and summer goods Miss Sola Hoch of Marion Kansas is visiting the family of W IT Yher rittMiss Cochran of Crab Orchard is the guest of friends at the Mason HotelMiss Lizzie Brown has accepted the position as bookkeeper for Dr Walter BeazleyMiss Mattie Beazley of Crab is visiting her brother Dr Beazley Banks Hudson visited his wife and little daughter Porter Scott in Sunday Mr Davis and wife of Perryville have been visiting Mrs Edna Arnold Stanford avenue Mr and Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Leander Davidson Miss Margaret Tomlinson has from a pleasant visit to in Lexington Mr Hilliary Partee a popular drummer of Nashville was here the first of the week Miss Bertha Burnside is learning the millinery trade in the new store of Logan Dry Goods Co After a very pleasant visit in Ky Mr C H Jarvis left on the 14th for It is the beautiful Haviland China That is now attracting the attention of the at Ballous store 1 it 0 Elisa and purchasing Orchard Walter Lexington returned relatives hardware ooococooooo000 ladies 0000 See the latest cut in a jWHITE and GOLD DINNER SET Each pelce is numbered so could be easily replaced- if broken H M MLLOU mil O O O O O O O O O O 1 r home in North Dakota Misses Lillie Noel and Katie Hood have returned from the cities with a handsome line of millinery Snow storms in the North west will delay Mrs M D Hughes visit to Spokane Washington for some time Mrs McGee Gf Wallaceton Mr and Mrs Sam Ward of Liingston attend ed the funeral of Mrs Gresham Miss Dannie Pope of Barbourville who has been visiting her sister Mrs W II Smith left Monday for Will iamsburgMesdames Alex Doty and John E Stormes Misses Fannie Doty and Liz zie Hudson were in Danville this week shopping Mrs Lige Faulconer and daughter Miss Pearl of Danville were guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconer Monday and Tuesday Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith have returned from the cities with an elegant display of spring and summer millinery Miss Christine Bradley expects to leave shortly for several months visit to Hot Springs She will be by her aunt Mrs Simpson Elkin of Atlanta Ga Miss Margaret Burns of Cincinnati a trimmer of long experience has to take charge of the trimming in the Millinery department of the Logan Dry Goods Co Leslise Anderson one of Lancasters bright boys received the highest mark in general average 99J at University Danville This was quite an honor and was richly deserv ed Mr R II Batson one of our and most enterprising merchants left for Chicago Sunday night where he will complete his already large stock of dry goods and clothing for spring and summer Many novelties never before shown in this city be added to his stock for the coming iJeautlfyliifC The Home Grounds The oldfashioned gardens of half a centurvago with no thought of gave decorative plants their proper position by relegating them to some corneror border location they were planted near the old fashioned wellsweep with a clump of trees beyond simply because they grew so thrifty there under the dashes from the old well bucket Naturally they form a picture still fresh in the memory of many a from the old homestead who is now shut in by towering walls of brick and stone Some of the effects that one can arrange in planning the home garden are in the April Delineator where the directions are given by a well known authority on gardening Resolution of Respect Lancaster Tent 15 K 0 T M Lancaster Ky March 14th 1902 Whereas It has pleased the Su preme Commander of the universe to call from our midst Sir Knight E Austin on March 1st 1902 Resolved That by the death of Sir Knight Robert E Austin this Tent has lost a true and faithful member the church a zealous member the community an honorable and upright citizen Resolved That we tender to the bereaved family our sincere and sympathyand that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family upon the record of our Tent also a copy be sent to THE RECORD for Thos W J B Conn Com l Wm Tillett J u I his Sunday accompanied arrived Central leading season effect Oftentimes frequent wanderer pleasing indicated Robert heartfelt placed publication Burnett- J Good One on Seuator WcCreary J Once upon a time Senatorelect Mo I Creary of Kentucky was invited to a T public demonstration in his state and accepted on condition that he should s not be asked to make a speech says the Washington Post While he was l sitting upon the platform twirling his I thumbs the Chairman of the meeting T came to him in distress The princi- T pal speaker had failed to appear y would Governor McCreary take his s place Mr McCreary protested that 4 he was not prepared but the Chair I man was insistent and finally secured T McCreary promise to speak When IP I go out on the platform whispered T McCreary to the leader of the band 4 play as loud and fast as you can and 1 dont let anybody stop you until you I see me take my seat again Mr Me T Creary stepped forward The band T began to play The Chairman tried Y in vain to stop the music McCrea rys lips were moving and his arms J were gesticulating but the sound of his voice could not be heard Finally T he took his seat Then and until T then did the perspiring musicians Y subside Now will you speak again asked the Chairman of the meeting when quiet was restored No in deed replied McCreary I have re ally said all 1 can say upon that subject l Isnt It Truth I When a young man leaves his old home and after a few years returns on a visit from some city where he has existed principally upon bean sand wiches during his stay and begins to tell his old friends the thousands of faults the old home has he well sho ars himself for what nature intended him but in the hurry to get rid of the poor material left off the ears and bray says the Jessamine Journal This very uncalled for in these young pea pie and shows that they have learned but little during their absence Then there is always a certain class of trav eling men who strike a town and fail ing to land the merchant for a good stiff order return to their hotel to spend the rest of their time in town roasting the merchants and people in general It is not a bad idea to hand them a little bunch of as one of our old hotel men carri ed in stock for just such customers a very pleasing manner he would form them that there were so far as he could see no strings tied to them and that we had five turnpikes and two railroads leading from the town and those who were not pleased with the town and its people would not be disturbed in the attempt to leave Moral If you dont like the town get out of it CIRCUIT COURT Somo Excellent Work Has Been Done by Attorneys Oivuley and Hamilton Tough on Tigers The present term of Circuit Court will be of more benefit to the lawlov ing people than any has been held in recent years As soon as the grand jury was selected County Attorney James I Hamilton pulled off his coat and has been going after wrong doers with a sharp stick He spent most of his time in the room and interroga ted all the witnesses which was a good idea as this has been left mostly- to the jurors heretofore All the in dictments are founded upon the very strongest evidence and there is little doubt of their sticking The peo pie should appreciate the hard work done by Mr Hamilton as no man ever tried harder to bring the guilty to books and especially so in the blind tiger cases The jury will not adjourn until next Tuesday but up to date the following indictments have been returned Selling liquor unlawfully 183 false swearing 1 grand larceny 6 shoot ing on public highway 3 malicious shooting 3 gaming 20 breach of peace 4 concealed weapons 3 forni cation 2 detaining woman 1 4 bawdy house 1 disturb religious worship G tresspass 8 of the liquor cases are against Chute negroes but there are many against parties who have been Selling near Davistown report of which was recently given m THE RECORD Com monwealths Attorney Owsley is equally as energetic in the matterand will see that heavy fines are imposed when the cases come to trial Against the Drink Habit Officials of the Burlington Railroad have started a campaign against in toxicants with a view to eradicating their use by the employes of every de partment not only duty but also while off duty Heretofore the strin gent rule against the use of liquor while on duty has only been enforced rigidly against those who had to do with the operation of trains Hereafter the rule will be against the employes of all partments including even the bridge and building departments Members of these departments upon receiving their new books of rules were surprised to read the following rule The use of intoxicants by em ployes while on duty is prohibited Their habitual use or the frequenting of places where they are sold is cause for dismissal It is actions like these by employing thousands of men in desirable positions that is doing more to promote the cause of temperance than all the restrictive laws that are passed Young men are learning and learning very fast that it is impossible to secure positions of honor and trust if they contract the drink habit and they are shunning the bar rooms not only as the destroyers of their manhood but a bar as well to employment The sentiment against employing drinking men is growing so strong in this country that in a few D I I tilt the information housebreaking ling on anything enforced sufficient corporations in- consequence J I a tea Y n Inn S deck l fH r T M if at years at most all avenues of trade and commerce will be closed against the wine bibber The sooner it Is done the better it will be for the morals of the country Elizabethtown News About the Southern So many wiseacres better known as Brilliant Alexanders have said that the proposed extension of theft Southern Railway from Burgin to Jel lico would never be constructed the editor of THE RECOKD decided to write to the president of the road and get an expression for publication man who has had dealings with prominent men and more ly with railroad officials know that is mpossible to get a definite answer to questions on such subjects as the one in question but the following letter when the necessary reading between the lines is given will show conclusively that the prospects for building the road are bright even if the lease of the C N O T P confirmed The question of legality of the lease is now in the U S Court We are free to confess that this subject is our hobby but no man with a thimbleful of sense will say that it is a foolish one The of the road would revolutionize business in Garrard and its certainly worth working for The letter above referred to reads Southern Railway Company Office of the President New York March 13 1902 Louis Landram Editor Lancaster Ky Dear Sir I have your favor of the 7th with attached newspaper clipping which have been noted with interest and for which please accept thanks In response I beg to say that we have not yet reached conclusions regarding the proposed extension from Burgin to Jellico If the lease of the ed we would of course have less for such a line than we would have Yours very truly Saml Spencer President Have you Japalaced Thompson Sale of fine china Saturday 29th 2t Clover and timothy seed for sale by Currey Business and Bargains All kinds of seeds at T Curreys Clover timothy and blue grass seed at T Curreys New stock fine violins and strings Thompson Machine needles and oil at Thompsons Large stock tablets and pencils cheap Thompson Carriage repairing and painting at Conns Carriage Shop Drummer samples of harness to go cheap J R Haselden Sweet pea seed the finest grown At Thompsons J fowls for cash or groceries T Curreys A few select hemp seed for sale West tf If you want the best seed at the least money go to T Currey To get fiowers promptly order from Ed C Gaines Agt for Bell Best country Sorghum at 40 cts per gallon Lancaster Grocery Co We can save you money on buggy or wagon or harness Romans Elmore If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavells coal yard 18tf Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons We have a Old Hickory Buy Potts Flour from your grocer he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf Bells flowers goes every where and go promptly Orders hastily filled by Ed C Gaines Wagons Romans Elraoie Dont forget we are headquarters for buggy harness Romans Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey Dont miss the sale of fine china at Stormes store room Saturday the 29th I will give you the highest price either in cash or for your eggs T Currey N For a good smoke try Santiaga Club I Stormes tf A beautiful decorated dinner 100 pieces for 798 at J 0 eery Co Get prices on Sinks and all Conns Carriage Shop Watches Clocks and jewelry and guaranteed Phone 119 the Jeweler Go to J R Haseldens for your bar ness He has a select stock of samples cheap At the old reliable house of1 T Curreys is the place to buy groceries Age 40 years Dont Forget Call at J C Hemphills Friday or Saturday and have your ta ken by an expert of many years who will insure a perfect fit and save you several dollars J Hemphill J It v Every Supreme building uses otherwise t t t t i WantedDressed R groceries setoff ranks Bath- Tubs plumbing repaired drummer experience C t J particul inC S cato of S Elm ware f Thompson Sioux measure i ore it a es 1 will run uiv corn mill every Mon day and Saturday Bring your corn and get good meal S T Leavel For funeral designs and wedding decorating see Ed C Gaines agent for Bell the florist Orders hastily filled People dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their worth in quality tf Best line of buggies stirries phae tons road wagons andharness money ever in Lancaster The best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist at Garrard Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf We will show you the nicest carriage work you if you will Money to Loan SG000 in amounts to suit borrower at six percent Apply to THE office for further information 227tf Our workmen have all had long ex perlence in the carriage business If you want firstclass work we can do J Romans Notary at Buckeye W T Noel has been appointed notary public in the Buckeye district and is prepared to execute papers and administer oaths tf Every one who sees the nice work we are turning out is well pleased bring wheel and have it made new W J Romans Now Undertaker Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials He has a well stock dec19tf Four car loads of buggies surries phaetons and driving wagons Our prices are the lowest Romans Elmore If you will call at my place Friday Saturday you can have your meas ore taken by an experienced cutter who takes all the short measures used by a local tailor and I will give you a perfect fit or it will cost you nothing J C Hemphill It Ladies have you seen the new line of stone china at Lancaster Grocery Co It consists of baking dishes best roasters egg poachers cake and bread bowls toilet sets and slop jars Remember that I will open my Spring and Summer woolens for mens wear Friday and Saturday 21st and 22nd when an experienced cutter will be with me to measure and will certainly fityou J C Hemp hill It 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 Millinery Opening A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend the Millinery Opening of The Logan Dry Goods Saturday and Monday of March 29th and 31st 2t Spring Display An experienced cutter will be me on next Friday and Saturday 22nd from the large and popular merchant tailoring house of L E Hays Co Cincinnati with a full line of the most beautiful designs in the best goods for spring and wear Quality and prices correct and fit guaranteed Call examine the line J C Hemphill It Sale of Fine China Miss Sallie Elkin will have a china sale on Saturday afternoon the 29th in connection with the handkerchief sale mentioned elsewhere She wish to thank her friends for liberal in the past and say that she now has a beautiful lot on hand Come to see this even if you dont want to buy If she hasnt in stock what you want she is prepared to furnish it on short notice as she has her own kiln 2t New Arrangement I have moved my clothing sam pies into Judge J C Hemphills establishment and made an ar rangement with him by which my customers can take advantage of his experience and his splendid line oj goods and buy atailor made suit at 10 1250 815 up to 35 will take it as a favor if my friends and customers will call and him or me an order Satisfac in fit quality and price guar anteed M D Hughes DR B GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY j offered Shopit Richmond RomansIS rw carriage old selected takeyour stand summer patronage OF e t a moneys forth have ev sew RECOIL inypur nor Coon with S WILL BEAT ti St ASAPH HOTEL Stanford Ky Monday and Tuesday April 7th 8th GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Friday and Saturday April llth 12th Now is the time Dont neglect your best EYES EYES examined and glasses scien adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYES OFFICE HOTIBS 9 am to 5 pm friendYOUR i fically C 1 C Clay King 2964 227 3 4 Owned by W T Noel W B Burton Brown horse 15 hands high bred by Thos B Armitage New YorkN Y will make the season at place 1 mile from Buckeye Post Office on Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River ate to insure living colt sound and all right lien retained on colt for season Sire of The ping 213 Nellie Bruce 2IS Clay Wilkes 2 1J Guard 22 The Raven226 Justin By King Clay 594 Miss Lida 21 Marble 214 Claymore 217 EoIa219Edgar 2r28 Queen Clay 221 etc1 dam 2 swy ty Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay and granddam of Volo Maid213 Sire of St Julian 211 St Patrick 2 MJ B others sons have sired 175 and daughtershave produced Dick Strongwood 2lJHome3take214 etc2 Brandon by 10 Jam of Amy 2s ofS3 sire of and Wildair 2 Sire of George Electioneer HappyMedium 3 dam by Young Bacchus Clay King is a son of Modesty 226J TomWonder 147 2 dam Wells of Artillery 2rl by American Star 14 3 dam byEmmons Duroc Clay King with any kind of stud opportunities would to day be in the first success speed Every man at the Lexington track has seen his get accomplish what has never beenproduce of other horse they have seen his step quarters in 35J secDuds and for startling prices have seen his older representatives show as muchspeed gameness and race horse qualities as those of any ever quartered In Kentucky W T NOEL W B BURTON Buckeye Ky I will also stand Jack at the same place under the same terms at SGOO for horse muleand SSOO for mare mule Black Jack G years old hands high known as Burdine JackHe has proven himself a good breeder Mares taken at 200per month W T NOEL Buckeye Ky The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier A Robinson E T Embry Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird S LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier WORiaxEY C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 1000 responsiblega1 Dorado 227 Sire of KingbrIno 220 Doc 2251 King 22f 2J2 Gov Sprague220 sireYllmar 3 Sire of likesHaroldetc Jenn Clay of Clay 45 dam r horseman OOOGO00000000 0 0 0 2 2 2 J F Asst Cashr Q 0 Cashr i 0 c S4fy4 Daisy 31 4 ibis t OOOOO0C 000000 1493pO 0 00 0 O 0 0 0 O p 0- o Q OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCO0o00 00000000000 Asst w T E ROBINSON cl Attorney At law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Insure with the New M Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without with Vitalized Air Office In Building Danville street oppo ite Presbyterian church Page Wire Fence the Bookout 1 s Page Fence Must be Made of PAGE WIRE I have just received a full of this Celebrated Fence and you will save money seeing me before elsewhere Drop me a card and I will call on you J T Leavell Lancaster Ey carload buying Q B SWINEBROADATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store OHN Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR AH business promptly attended to 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 bargains in Blue Grass Farms J T JOHNSTONCIVIL DEER Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally J W SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD No 104 RR S Lancaster invited o e AM Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master sister carriages and harness Deal with the selling to customers Is saving thousands ofdollars to carriage In corner ofcountry We quote the same rates to that we would give the largest Jobber and w offer an assortment to choose from such as no other dealer can With every purchase we give the broadest guarantee If it is not In satisfactory you can return the vehicle to ua and we will pay freight charges both ways We can also Save two Profitsfor on harness and other horse equipments Write for our free illustrated catalogue in which we TTTv describe the buggies surreys phaetons etc that have C made our factory famous high grade CK J wait until your need is more pressing write today and have the catalogue by you for future user THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE HARNESS CO CokiabiK 0 PO flex 772 SL Loyfe Mo P 0 loxNo 8034 Price leather quarter top Shipment Colombo Write to nearert office BoKyHame Pric tesaJerates Our eyetem of the ale Dont J 54 Dont two extra Droots when yon Get our every way i rk Q01 with n titi c I 4 t IS p t SCROFULAI bequeath to my children Scrofula with all attendant horrors humiliation and suffering This is a strange legacy to leave to posterity a heavy burden to place upon the shoulders of the young treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders the growth and development of the faculties and the child born of blood poison or scrofulatainted parentage is poorly equipped for lifes duties Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied symptoms enlarged glands or tumors about the neck and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the The Deleware peach crop promises well up to this date C IT Jarvis sold to V B line road horse for Sheep feeding properly carried on is one of the greatest soil restoratives Rape pasture is just as good for sheep as it is for hogs and that is All the flour consumed by the 11 000000 people inSiam comes from the United States Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kid neys and bladder right Contains nothing injurious lm An expert in forestry asserts that never before were so many trees plant ed in this country as last year Roots make a good feed for hogs to take the place of green feed They not need cooking nor grinding Plan to grow a few acres of peas next spring so that the hogs may be turned in later to harvest the crop Remember that the young lamb does not need a feed of corn meal It is flesh that we shonld put on and not fat It is worth while to remember that the sheep eat more weeds than any other domestic animal common among farmersProf Shaw of the Minnesota Sta tiou says that ten sheep may be on an acre of good rape for sheep and hogs The spring pig crop is one of the most important ones of the farm if the April pig grows to 200 to 225 Ibs by November coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar There is nothing else just as good lm The coming statistical report for In diana it is said will show that the State has over 1000000 sheep and that these flocks are owned by about 15000 farmers Hemp is is by lar the most valuable product of the Philippine archipelago the province of Albay being thegreat est producer of it with an output at nearly 5000000 a year When you wake up with a bad taste in mouth you may know that you need a doso of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach improve your appetite and make you feel like a new man They are easy to take being sugar coated and pleasant in effect For sale by R E McRoberts lm There 918 icemaking factories in the United States representing an investment of 51384824 In 1901 TIG new companies were formed with atotal capitalization of 17634000 The experience of the Indiana Sta tion at Perdue is that hogs fatten as much in two months on corn meal as they do in two and alialf months on whole corn The station recommends corn and cob meal highly From now on into April special at tention ought to be given preparatory for the pig litters The brood sow needs good care to provide for vigor ous growth of the pigs Feed here more bran and slop and less corn The man who annually announces the death of the peach crop in Ken Conjugal Union Married Women who are desirous of keeping their perfec tionsthat glow and of un perfect figure and sweetly rounded breast will do well remember the advantage of a remedy like MOTHERS FRIEND pregnancyIt application and of Quick penetrating powers Stay your hand from Jarvis one 100 excellent fatted La griupe JJ valued your t 5 do- S Druggist yourself and remember that on of mind and body depends its future happiness its use may escape welling breasts of the usual discomforts pregnancy Mothers Friend eases the neT ves relaxes the muscles and softens the abdominal tissues so that they give with the pressure from the organ keep it It costs 1 bottle us for our treatise on Motherhood THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA n momin fAll I r nasty drugs internally You ere anxl Gus to have the as perfect in and features I GAS 5 S4 presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood This dangerous and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system and attacks tIle bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting white swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of strength and a gradual wasting away of the body- S S S combines both purifying and tpnic properties and is entirely vegetable making it theideal remedy in all scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and strong and a complete and I permanent cure is soon effected S S S improves the digestion and assimilation of food restores the lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthy color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body Write us about your caseand our physicians will uheerf ully advise and help you in every possible way to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga I in- C guaranteed tucky has taken his pen in hand a tIe earlier this year but in this day of wireless telegraphy and horseless carriages it behooves even the pessi mist to get a move on himself Of course the peach crop is killed and killed dead as a herring Did any body ever hear of a time when the peach crop was not dead from January to 1 arch Glasgow Times Tobacco stems which former years were almost thrown away now command a price of 10 a ton A Louisville concern is now buying all the stems from Owensboro factories Formerly these stems were sold to farmers or shipped to fruit growers in Florida to be used as a fer tilizer Then the price ranged from to 5 per ton Now the price paid is per ton and the stems are into a useable tobacco pro ductThe United States census bureau has just made up its statistics of the chicken industry in the United States The results are so astounding that the American hen must proclaimed the greatest of birds now and forever more The chickens of the United States the year 1500 weighed 921715 tons To appreciate these figures it must be known that all the big and little fighting ships in the United States weigh 133044 tons The num ber of these chickens was 284000000 and they laid 10000000 eggs The weight of these eggs was 625033 tons and their bulk was forty times that of the earth The value of these eggs would have paid every cent of the expenses of the United States War Department for the year Missouri is the first State in chickens and eggs In the year 1900 the hens of Missouri laid more than 5000000 worth of eggs beyond the need of the owners the egg crop bringing the women of Missouri as much cash as the wheat crop brought the men Lockjaw From Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a woman lockjaw Millions know that the best thing to put on a cut is Buck lens Arnica Salve the infallible heal er of Wounds Ulcers Sores Skin Eruptions Burns Scalds and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25c at 11 E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick drug store lm One generally proves himself an ass in trying to ape others Cant Keep It Secret The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily coming to light No such grand remedy for Liver and Bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing Con stipation Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice and Indigestion Try them 25c at McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick drug store lm A true woman gives up her club when she acquires a husband For Tile Complexion The complexion always suffers from biliousness or constipation Unless the bowels are kept open the impuri ties from the body appear in the form of unsightly eruptions De Witts Little Early Risers keep the liver and bowels in healthy condition and re move the cause of such troubles C E Hopper Albany Ga says I took DeWitts Little Early Risers for They were just what I need ed I am feeling better now than in years Fever gripe or distress Safe thorough and gentle The very best pills lm Chess players can stand a great deal of sitting down Pneumonia a Cold but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security from an of pneumonia Refuse substi tutes lm Be sure you have the proper bait when you fish for compliments Practically Starving After using a few bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received and permanent relief from a se vere and chronic case of stomach trouble says J R Holly real estate insurance and loan agent of Macomb Ill Before using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat an ordinary meal without intense suffering She is now entirely cured Several phy sicians and many remedies had failed to give relief You dont have to Eat any good food you want but dont overload the stomach Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure willalways digest it for you lm lit n 3 10 manufactured n R E r biliousness Follows attack perfect diet X f practically 4s ADDITIONAL LOCAL City Ordinance City Council Lancaster Ky Stated Meeting March 3rd 1902 The ordinance that was introduced and read the second time at the last stated meeting February 13th 1902 to amend Section 6 of article 10 of the ordinances of the City of Lancas ter Kentucky and the amendment thereto on page 338 of the Record Book in regard to Peddlers License having Deeil again read as required by law and upon consideration had and on motion the same was adopted and passed to go into effect and be enforced from its publication and is as follows City Council of the City of Lan caster do ordain as follows That see tion 6 of Article 10 of the ordinances of the City of Lancaster and the amendment thereto on page 338 of the Record Book be and the same is hereby amended by the words twentylive dollars in said section and inserting in lieu thereof the words fifty dollars and in the said amendment thereto by strik ingout the words and a licence to ped dleby theday shall be and a license to peddle for one week shall be four dollars 400 and in sorting in lieu thereof the words and a license to peddle by the day shall be five dollars 500 Said section and amendment as amended herein shall read in full as follows The annual license for peddling within the City Limits shall be fifty dollars 5000 and a license to peddle by shall be live dollars 500 No license granted under this article shall give authority to more than one person and his name shall be stated in the Attest W B Mason Clerk March 4th 1902 Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or buy any kind of a Monument this of our firm has just returned from a six weeks trip to the leading Granite Quarries where he placed orders for ten car loads of Monuments for early spring delivery the largest amount ever ordered at one time for Central Kentucky By purchasing such a large lot at the dullest season of the year we secured it at unusually low prices and as it will be shipped at carload freight rates which also means considerable saving we are itatcorrespondingly low prices Now is your opportunity to order a Monument of the best grade of Barre granite and of artistic design and execution lettered in the quarries shipped direct to your own town and delivered when desired at very low prices If you wish to see our prices or furtner information write us Ym Adams Son 263m Lexington Ky New Store at Paint Lick I will open a millinery store about the 25th of March in Paint Lick Ky My store for the present will be in the large front room at the Veranda Hotel and will handle a line of the latest and correct decrees of fash ions in hats trimmings etc My trim mer Miss Katie Lee Willoughby of Lexington Ky has had much is a lady of much taste and and is qualified to please the most fastidious She is now in the city getting all the latest styles and will wait on my customers with much courtesy I desire the patronage of all who will call and inspect my stock Will treat you right and give you the very best prices that can be made Mrs Minnie B Jennings Farm Property Insurance We are making a specialty of in surance on farm dwellings barns etc We insure against loss by fire light fling windstorms and tornadoes on the cash or installment plan We represent the Home Insurance Co of New York and refer to any of the many thousand who have been paid for such losses The Home Insurance Co is the largest in America We can make it to your interest to see us before placing your insurance See Robt Kinnaird at National Bank J Jfows Time Time Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap md neat We have the finest cheap est and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz florentines tap estries stripes and florals We will do work any where in the county Leave Order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster Ky 2203m A Fine Farm For Sale One hundred and thirtyfive acres 125 acres in cultivation good hemp and tobacco land fine orchard fruits of all kinds bran new house of seven rooms good well and barn large enough to hold ten acres of tobacco all out buildings This is a fine farm to make money This land is in Gar rard county Ky lying on the waters of the Kentucky river one mile from church and school house onehalf mile from post office at store two miles above Lock No 8 Terms easy 227lm Stone Ky Reliable man for Manager of a Branch Office we wish to open in this vicinity Here is a good opening for the right man Kindly give good when writing The A T Morris Wholesale House Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps 313Gt I vizThe two dollars2o0 theday LicenseA intending- to yearOne offering nice experience talent Ky1302m P N Folger I Wanted reference j B striking out L Cures Sciatic Rheumatism Simpson 50 Craig St Knoxville Tenn writes June 10th 1890 I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs Ark for sciatic but I get more relief from Ballards Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything I have ever tried Enclosed find postofflce order for 100 Send me a large bottle by Southern Express Sold by R E Mc Roberts lm The devil is a great hand to roast a fellow So Sweet and IM easing in Taste Mrs C Peterson 625 Lake St Jan speaking of Ballards Syrup says has never fail ed to give entire satisfaction and of all cough remedies it is my favorite and I must confess to my many friends that it will do and has done what is claimed for it to speedily cure a cough or a cold and it is so sweet and so pleasing in taste 25 50c and 1 bot tie at R E McRoberts lm We are nearly all bridgejumpers when it comes to trouble A boil Thing German Syrup is thespecial of Dr A Boschee a celebrated German Physician and is to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all troubles of the severest moving as it does the cause of the and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experimental medicine buthas stood the test of years giving satisfac tion in every case which its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Boschees German Syrup was intro duced in the United States in 1868 and is now sold in every town and vil lage in the civilized world Three doses will reliere any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Al manac Stormes drug store Gm La Grippe Quickly Cured In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called La Grippe says F L Hewett a prominent druggist of Winfield Ill The only medicine 1 used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like magic and I have never since been troubled with Grippe Chamberlains Cough Remedy can always be depended upon to break up a severe cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia It is pleasant to take too which makes it the most desirable and one of the most popular preparatisns in use for these ailments For sale by R E Druggist lm A womans logic has more in it than a patchwork quilt now to Cure the Grip Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counteracts any tendency of the grip to result in which is really the only serious danger Among the tens of thousands who have used it for the grip not one case has ever been reported that did not recover For sale by R E McRob erts Druggist An acquaintance is a friend that you are a not ashamed to acknowl edge Surgeons Knife Not Needed Surgery is no longer necessary to cure piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures such cases at once remov ing the necessity for dangerous and expensive operations For scalds cuts burns wounds bruises sores and skin diseases it is unquali fied Beware of counterfeits lm Women dont worry half as much about beauty in old age as ugliness in youth The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspep sia and Liver complaint More than seventyfive per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two diseases and their effects such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness Palpitation of Waterbrash Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the Stomach Yellow Skin Coated Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up of the Food after Eating Low Spirits etc Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of August Flower for 75 cents Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Stormes drug store 6m Envy one part wounded vanity and three parts malice Childrens Coughs and Colds Mrs Joe McGrath 327 E 1st St Hutchinson Jan writes I have given Ballards Horehound Syrup to my children for coughs and colds for the past four years and find it the best medicine I ever used Unlike many cough syrups it contains no opium but will soothe and heal any disease of the throat or lungs quicker than any other remedy 2550e and 1 at R E McRoberts lm One had better be a firstclass ox driver than a thirdrate professional A Physician Writes I am desirious of knowing if the profession can obtain Herbine in bulk for prescribing purposes It has been of great use to me in treating cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses overwork I have never known Jt fail In restoring the organs to their healthful activity 50c tie at R E McRoberts A E rheumatism Horehound lIt prescription acknowledged affection crisscrosses directed pneumonia painful thelleartburn IS ort I Mrs 4S 4 Topeka LungS 4 4 4 4 4S5 4 4 1 man 4S 1- t i Provision In Kentucky Game taw The game law of Kentucky gives protection as follows Black gray and fox squirrels from Feb 1 to June 15 Gray squirrels killed for protection of crops Wild goose woodduck teal and wild duck from April 1 to August 15thWild turkey from February tember 1 Woodcock from February 1 to June 20thQuail partridge and pheasant from January 1 to November 15th Dove from January 1 to August 1 For thrush meadowlark tin swallow woodpecker flicker red bird tanger catbird or other song or insectivorous birds the season is always closed that tile birds are destructive to fruit or grain crops may be killed No person shall any time catch kill or take by means of net trap box or snare or have in possession after so caught killed or taken quail partridge or pheasant No person shall rob or destroy the nests or eggs of any birds whatsoever save only those of predatory nature and destructive of other birds or fowlsPenalties for violations of lines of from 5 to 25 for each offense and it is also made an offense of equal to pursue protected birds with in tent to kill or to have them in dead or alive The possession of any of the animals or birds intended to be protected within the periods for which their killing or pursuit is prohibited shall be prima facie evidence that the said animal or bird was unlawfully killed and the possession thereof unlawfulAny exposing for sale any of the animals or birds intended to be protected by law within the periods for which the killing thereof is hereby prohibited shall for each animal or bird so exposed for sale be subject to the same penalty as provided for the unlawful killing or taking an or bird GeNERfu News o oo o o 6 Andrew Carnegie endowed thirty eight libraries in one day Billed as a sack of potatoes a City man made a trip of 700 miles in a freight car The American Investment of Lexington has made an as signment At Miller City 0 a young woman took what purported to he a sample headache powder and died The old Lincoln farm in Spencer county Ind will be sold for delin quent taxes The mother ofAbraham Lincoln is buried there A New York chef who served the lunchen at the launching of the Me teor has been forced to assign because the guests stole all the silverware for souvenirsAt the House passed unanimously the Weller Senate bill providing for a constitutional amend ment permitting home rule in munic ipal taxation Booth Tarkington author of The Gentleman from Indiana was for Representative in the Legis lature by the Republicans of Indian apolisA asking tile President to promote Brig Uen Breckinridge to one of the vacancies in the line of Ma jor General has been prepared by South Trimble and will be signed by the remainder of the Ken tucky delegation Raiders have destroyed the Little Mount tollgate near Taylorsville for the second time Spencer county voted for free turnpikes last November but the Fiscal Court has not yet been able to reach an agreement with the turn pike owners for the purchase of the roads The venerable Gen T T Garrard died Friday night at his home near Manchester Clay county Gen Gar rard was a grandson of Gov Garrard one of the first Governorsof Kentucky He served as an officer in the Mexican War and as Brigadier General in the Federal army during the Civil War He was the patriarch of the Garrard tribe of feudists but the hope of his life was to see permanent peace Could Not ISreathe Coughs colds croup grip bronchit is other throat and lung troubles are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure is not a mere expectorant which gives only temporary relief It soft ens and liquifies the mucuous draws out the inflamation and removes the cause of the disease Absolutely safe Acts at once One Minute Cough Cure will do all that isclaimed for it says Justice of the Peace J Q Hood Crosby Miss My wife could not get her breath and was relieved by the first dose It has been a benefit to all my family lm Confession is nine points of the law Danger of Colds and La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thou sands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted In pneu monia which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that malady It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant and safe For sale by McRoberts Druggist lm maybe other toSep oriole bluebird except haying gravity possession caught- or Jsuch r O O 1 o Kansas Company nominated representative pneumonia to take r finch mar bylaw established 4S5 dangerous B 4 SS I LOCAL t TIME Southbna Mixed leaves Lancaster 11 05 AM Northbnd Mixed 335 p M Northbud Passgr 244 A M Snnthbnd 1311 A n Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOVND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 6 9aafi Number 6 Daily 133 pm Knmber4 Daily Does Not 3AKaia Nnmhera stops when flagged 414p Nnmber4 stoi at Danville butstop at Junction City at OITH COPKP Number sto3 when fluged llW jn Number5 Daily liaamNumber 9 Daily except SaiKSay 7S6pjNumber 3 Midnit Pin 11 5pai Ten cents earned is worth a dollar as a gift Clouds the happiness of the home but a nagging woman often needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleep lessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the most wonderful remedy for women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and become healthy and happy Try it Only SOc R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction lm The war against the llesh is the big gest battle of them all Would Smash the Club If members of the Hay Fever would use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the club would go to pieces for it always cures this malady and Asthma the kind that bailies the doctors it wholly drives from the system Thousands of oncehopeless sufferers from Pneumonia Bronchitis owe their lives and health to it It con quers Grip saves little ones from Croup and Whooping Cough and is positively guaranteed for all Throat and Lung troubles 50c 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Lan caster and Fish Co Paint Lick lm After a woman is lost she hesitatts for the purpose of delberating Dangers of Pucumouiii A cold at this time if neglected is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal and even when the pa tient has recovered the lungs re weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the development of con sumption Foleys Honey and Tar will stop the cough heal and the lungs and prevent pneu Huh jeered the proud citizen of the rival town Prince Henry is on ly going to stop five minutes at your station You will never wish to take anoth er dose of pills if you once try Stomach Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels For sale by R E McRobert Druggist lm I TABLES t dues 1 ist OIl 0 The Vice of suiJJ ailing Association I Consumption strengthen monia liii II Chamberlains J I sent I 1 4 I 1w For the husbands homecoming does not usually outlast the early months of marriage And this not because of any lessening of affection but the wife finds the time for the evening meal come before she is ready for it She blames herself for her lack of energy but the truth is that her vitality is being reduced by unhealthy drains and the labor that seemed so light a few months ago now taxes all her strength who feel weak and tired out will find new strength in the use ening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weaknessIn 1900 my strength gave and I was obliged to go to suffering with weakness also ulcers and inflammation writes Mrs D Rollin of Pierceville lad I tried a physicians remedy foe a month but got no better only weaker Tried another medicine weeks 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