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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Aj as SecondClass Jfail Matter KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APR 3 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I b TlTIRXEEXTII YEJI 1 LOUIS LAiDRAitI Puhlisher LANCJSTER t a 1 U 11Cgenttat YU31nE7t SPRING TRADE With full line of Dry Goods Fancy Notions Corsets Hosiery Gloves MILLINERY Shoes Slippers Clothing Hats Shirts Furnishing Goods Mens Boys Shoes f y rFOR t t 1 1- t 1 1 i i j w i e t DFATV cc 4 f 4 iVVecan show the best up to date stock t t in Central Kentucky Come to see us 11O A DRY GOO H i I I 6 t I 6 I t f 6 6 t ilbl Of Local Interest Dont miss the Berea College Glee Club tomorrow night olnteit txiniicr M iss Lena Ilobbs has been appoint ed an examiner by the Garrard Court As she is a stenographer and typewriter her appointment will be of great convenience to the of the bar She is also empower ed to acknowledge and certify papers a till kinds Flue The SouthEastern Kentucky Oil and Gas Co whose ad appears on our second page has the linest prospects of any company in the state judging from its location etc This company is composed principally of local gen tlemen and they have succeeded in getting options on land all around that on which has been found the best producing wells in the Kentucky field They will sell a few more shares of stock and if you want to make a good investment read their ad and see the secretary at once Model ICoads The Jlenderson Gleaner says that Owensboro and Daviess county gave liberally of their bounty one or two thousand be taught the art of model road building A junket ijK aggregation of high salaried brass colored ofiicials who knew as much of what they proposed to teach as they did of Chinese hyrogliphics got the money and our neighbors got the goose The mile of model road built at the time given out to be the worst piece n road to be found in the county requiring four horses to drar liearse over it to the cemetery into Point Leavell Saturday morning an empty box car jumped the track This de railed three other box cars and piled 1r that took until 10 oclock fi to clear One in two and others badly wrc The train was running Ye ry as it was almost to the point There was never a more careful crew than Capt Price near Henry Lammers Charley Wall er and Joe Arnold and it is seldom indeed that trouble arises The wreck of Saturday was due to no care Issness on their part r WIIi S t A i s S Circuit dollarsto low ti I on See hust as No 21 wascoming tin stopping i h Apt members 1 r Prospects iy Wreck liay t can slob Eng If the coal dealers havent grown rich during the past six or eight months its their own fault To I5Iy Little Friends I want to thank my friends for their kindness to me during my sickness 1 will never forget the many favors receivcd from my kind schoolmates May God bless each of you I am much better now and will soon be well Lovingly John Tercy Burnside You Get What You Vnut The Palace Hotel in Cincinnati is one of tile bestappointed and most carefully managed hostelries in this section of the country You get what you want the food is well prepared the rooms as neat and clean as a new pin the ventilation is perfect and the location in the most desirablepart of the city for those who visit to purchase goods or meet the and professional men It is as near fireproof as it is possible to build a house We tale great pleasure in recommending the Palace to our In most Cincinnati hotels its all style and nothing to eat but here you get the best the market affords and its cooked in Kentucky style too The chief clerk Mr Robt E Lee is as clever a gentleman as ever presided over a hotel office Next time you visit the Queen City stop at the and if youre not satisfied TIlE HKCOKU will foot the bill Kcsoliitloii of Thanks At a recent meeting of the local Union the following was passed and a copy ordered sent to lIon Georgo T Farris Resolved that we most the noble effort of our town man Ron George T Farris in the recent temperance measures brought by him before the legislative bodies of our state and honor him for the stand he has always taken in efforts for the better protection for the American home against the despoiler King Alcohol And furthermore we believe that in this our approval we stand not alone and voice the of all law abiding people throu out the state who with us will him for his high sense of duty his loyal adherence to principles of right against wrong and for any and all he may put forth for the secur ment of the final great victory which is sure to come By order of the Lancaster W 0 T U Mrs Fannie Farra Recording y I I Cincinnati business readers Palace Lancaster resolution appreciate sentiment honor efforts rigidSe- r c Seats on sale at Stormes for the Berea College Glee Club tomorrow night Another HandKcrchicf Sale The ladies were so successful with the handkerchief sale that they hold another in the Stormes building next Saturday at which time refresh incuts will be served Go down Sat urday afternoon and assist in a noble work Senator Furrls Accepts Position Senator George T Farris left last week for Frankfort where he accepts a position as traveling salesman the Frankfort Chair Co one of the largest institutions in the state received his samples and went on the road this week Senator Farris has many friends over the state and will make a splendid man for his house It Wan Signed Senator Geo T Farris tells TilE RECORD the report that his Registra tion Bill was not signed by the presi dent of the Senate is erroneous The bill passed both houses was signed by Speaker Finn and was reported back to the Senate for comparison after which the president attached his sig nature to it Senator Farris is much put out at the fate of his bill but says its disappearance will only cause a de lay and will become a law eventually Thompson After a brief illness of grip which ran into pneumonia Mrs M a r t h a A Thompson died at her home in the Thompson building on Richmond St at an early hour Sunday morning While she was considered quite ill yet no danger was feared She grew worse Saturday night and lingered until about three oclock the next morning Mrs Thompson was the widow of N A Thompson for many years a leading merchant of She leaves two children J C and Ike P She was a Miss Philips and widely related through out the county Mrs Thompson had many friends who deplore her death She was a member of the Christian church and her Christian life was of emulation Rev Allen R Moore conducted the funeral services at the residence of Mr J C Thompson Mon day afternoon at 230 oclock at the conclusion of which the remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery The family have much sympathy in their sorrow Death has again claimed one of our old citizens in the person of Mrs Mag gie Stone wife of Mr Tom Stone She departed this life onMonday March 31st Since her youth she has lived a consistent Christian and for over 25 years a member of the church She was a good a faithful wife and an and tender mother About four months ago she attended services at her church which was done with great effort and expressed her and joy at being able to be and participate in worship She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and six children Cyrus Willie Mrs Jno Poynter Mrs James Warner Mrs Cyrus Daley and Mrs Ralph She has gone but not separated forever We know that she is sale in glory and the loved ones left behind can meet her through faith in that Savior whom she so confidently We commend them to the of our common Lord What a friend we have in Jesus All our sins and griefs to bear What a privilege to carry Every to God in prayer Senator McCrearys Position IIarrodsburg Ky March 27 Spec ial A few days ago Mr Glove God ard a stanch Democratic farmer got into a dispute with some prominent Republicans as to how the Hon Jas B McCreary and Senator Deboe stood on the question of electing United States Senators by the popular vote In order to settle the controversy he wrote to Mr McCreary and asked per mission to publish his reply It was as follows Richmond Ky March 22 1902 Mr Glave Goddard HarrodsburgKy Dear Sir Yours of the 18th inst which was addressed to me at Wash ington was forwarded to me and re ceived at Richmond this morning While I was a Representative in Congress from the Eighth congression al district of Kentucky I voted twice for resolutions the object of which was to so amend the Constitution of the United States as to authorize the election of United States Senators by the qualified voters of the respective States I do not assume the duties of Uni ted States Senator until the 4th of March 1903 but I expect to vote again when I have the opportunity for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the qualified voters of each State Respectfully your friend James B McCreary Dome Nicely Mr James E Todd whose leg was amputated on the 26 of March is re ported by his physicians as doing well Mr Todd accidentally shot himself just below the knee while attempting to shbtt a dog that was prowling around the premises t i i e fort r r Lancaster worthy Stow morning Baptist neighbor affectionate gratitude present Arnold trusted friendship wi I Says Mess I rs is are r by the the ed Xo for on the lIe an of Cup the lIe ure are pie to of as has the the ing March went out like a whole den of lions and lions of the fiercest breed We have had a large assortment weather during the past week or so Rev C M Chumley will preach at Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening THE RECORD asked to say that all the members expected to be present Wonder whats become of that railroad for which franchise was granted not long since We dont take much stock in it but hold to our oft repeated assertion that we will get the Southern a few brilliant An Excellent Preacher Rev Burris A Jenkins president of Kentucky University preached two excellent sermons in the Christian church Sunday Large congregations heard him and all were delighted Temperance meeting The Prohibition Alliance formed Prof James A Tate when at Lan caster on 12th of March at Christian church will hold meeting in Lancas ter on the third Friday night in this month April 18th to further perfect organization and elect officers for ensuing six months Each of the charter members is earnestly to be present at the time mention and also urged to bring one or more friends of the temperance cause with you The place of meeting has not yet been determined but due will be given of the place O T Wallace President Kentucky Alliance 21 But the Governor Says ISo Williamstown is inti mated in the public press that liam O Bradley will be a candidate Governor of Kentucky next year the Republican ticket That he is natural leader of the Republican party in Kentucky there is no doubt towers above the small fry Repub lican crowd who have been trying to dominate and control the Republican party in this State for three years as oak above a second growth of sassa fras bushes We however have thought that Bradley had had enough of politics To be Governor Kentucky once is enough to fill the of political bliss to the brim for average Kentuckian But politics is not only a desperate game but ma lignant disease Once thoroughly in oculated with the virus of political ambition the patient never recovers lives and dies a seeker after place and the applause of the multitude In making our Spring we take the greatest of pleas in saying to our friends that we better equipped than ever to fur nish them with the latest styles the best workmanship and the most elab orate stocks of goods we have ever brought to this market We spent several weeks in selecting these goods and can say we have some of the best bargains ever placed before the peo of this section of Kentucky We will not take up time in mentioning every article but want to call your especial attention to some of the many beautiful goods we now have on dis play Especial attention has been given our lines of Silk and Satin Foul ards the different designs of Trim mings for dresses our Madras Piques Plaques Gingham and Chambray dress goods In these lines we defy anyone to show a more complete or better stock stock of Silk Gren adines cannot be duplicated When you see our beautiful lines of Hosiery will go noxturther to make your selections We are proud our display of handsome and Gloves and ask you to see them no handsomer stock was ever dis played in this section We are as stated above very proud to invite our friends to look at these goods as we know nothing better or handsomer ever been brought to Central Ken tucky We have been located in Lan caster long enough to establish a rep utation of unquestionable honesty and fair dealing and appeciate the way people stand by us Nothing is ever misrepresented in our store as people will cheerfully testify We invite you to call and look over our goods as the stocks are now unbroken and you will get first choice Thank for the liberal patronage of the past I remain Very truly Jacob Jo stock of carpet samples rugs and mattings is complete and prices surprisingly low Berea College GleelClub The above named organization is billed for an entertainment at the Garrard Opera House tomorrow night They are recommended highly having a number of good and performers who can please As the entertainment is cause a large crowd will doubtless There are sixteen people in the troupe and they guarantee to give the people the worth of their money The prices are 25c 35c and reserved seats 50c Be sure to attend and the energecic students 1 11the electric eventually cone requested notice CourierIt would A Curd rannounce- ment anywhere p sephOur Friday for a good attend encourage I y a Wi Our you asols singers k jng the ers ly the a all not Hamlet Brown Dead HamletfPattie Gill yesterday morning He had resided in Lancaster for many years and was well known Owing to the prolonged illness it was necessary that the burial take place yesterday afternoon As we were about ready to go to press a more extended notice of the deceased is impossible Mr Brown was 75 years old and a native of Indiana A Grand Display The opening of spring millinery at the Logan Dry Goods Cos Saturday has caused many words of praise to be heaped upon that firm for its pluck push and en terprise The two large store rooms and the upstairs departments had been especially decorated for the oc casion and the whole presented a beautiful sight which can only be by being seen as words are inadequate to describe it The dry goods and gents clothing and furnish goods departments on the first floors were decorated with green white and purple draperies extended around walls and ceilings Different of these together with many lace curtains and flowers made a deci dedly pretty effect Up stairs the millinery department was decorated with handsome curtains rugs palms and draperies The entire second floor was decorated in similar style The scores of handsome and elegant hats were tastily arranged on many count and show cases and as one lady expressed it It was simply heaven On this floor is located the car pet department and the bargain counters The latter consist of many useful and ornamental articles which range in price from one to twentyfive cents Each department is presided over by polite and experienced clerks The millinery department is under the charge of Miss Burnsof Chicago Miss Burns is one of the best milliners and trimmers in the country and this is first time she has ever been outside the large cities Her work has been praised by the ladies and Mr Logan is being congratulated upon securing her services souvenirs were given away Sat uaday and an orchestra stationed in convenient nook furnished music day The stores will remain deco rated for several days and if you have visited them you should by all means go as this is an enterprise which all Lancaster people should justly proud establishment hustling appreciated designs I employed Handsome Oft iUillliiery Openings The ladies flocked in Saturday to see the opening of Spring Millinery at Noel Sisters and Miss Sallie Tilletts This was strictly a Spring opening and only Spring goods were displayed Next Saturday all the hats will be displayed as it is what is known as Spring and Summer opening Great preparations are being made and a large crowd is expected John Norris Dead News of the death of John Norris was received here Sunday morning and caused untold regret to the many friends and acquaintances of the young man He was the eldest son of Mr C M Norris and for years resided in Lancaster His parents removed to Frankfort a few years since and John remained here and clerked for R II Batson His health began to fail but he remained at work as long as he was able to get about and it was only on the urging of friends that he quit when he did and went to the home of his Frankfort Consumption was the trouble and when he once began to lose ground he never rallied He was to the last and believed until the end was near that he would get well The writer called to see him in Frankfort recently and as it was plain that he would never get well it was distressing to hear him tell of what he intended to do when he got able to come to as he said Home Everything that medical skill a loving mother and devoted father could do was done for his comfort The people of Frankfort he knew nearly every body there were particularly kind to him and he told us that he didnt see how he could ever repay the many acts of kindness which had been bestowed upon him John Norris was an excep florally bright boy He was and had no bad habits whatever He was well thought of by everybody especially the business men of the town The family have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in their great sorrow but they have great consolation in knowing that John had lived a life that is sure to win for him a crown in the great He was eighteen years of age and elected page in the Senate three times He was Assistant Sergeant at Arms of the present Senate The remains reached Lancaster Monday afternoon Funeral services were conducted Rev A R Moore in the Christian church Tuesday noble several parents- in courageous Lancaster hereafter atthe industrious fUSEE t Harness 1t Buggies i Road Wagon I i HASELDEN i The Hardware Man I t t t ft t j J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors ill When You Buy Your 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 The WalkOver Shoe 0 r 000oooooaoo O Q i j oooooooooo000000 000o p 0O O 0p 0 OO n Spring 1902 ann 400 t 0 0 i X350 0 0 The same high excellence of design quality which has characterized the WALKOVER SHOE since its introduc tion to the public is found in the styles shown for spring 1902 Long experience and great success in the manufacture of Mens fine welted Shoes have placed The Geo Co makers of the WALKOVER in an enviable position in the Shoe world 1958000 year ending November 25th Igor Only the best of stock brains and workmanship enters into WALKOVER SHOES WE SELL THE WALKOVER because we believe it to be the nearest approach to a perfect shoe for men now in the market Because we want your friend ship and trade Because we believe we can have and retain both by selling you these shoes Prices here as everywhere 3 0 and 400 Call and see our stock ofWALKOVERS S T LOG A IT The One Price Clothier and Funnisher T tf v o andworkmanship I g E Keith 0pairs of shoes were made by them in their own the o 0 0 o QvI L l p J rM4i 0 factories during a 0 0a 0 QB 4QQ aO 6 00000 000000000000000090OQOOd000 F 040OCrt Z 0 r- l r r3a omLtCLos3r Oil a zxd Cor pj 3r Zjeua Par Value of Shares Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J W Alcorn counsel W McC Johnston secretary Ii J J 7 W itE Thd h JIl i J u SOt Gas It 100 d Y 1GSZsl Y 1c In t yJ S Money is always made by those who get valuable information EARLY and act on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START who do business on the ground floor there is no art in being late It is those who aie EARLY who make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men every where Experts have pronounced it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du li cated many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques tion is who shall reap this harvest Realizing this fact this company has been quietly acquiring the cream of the oil property in this X I I I I oilonlyA 4 State and knowing the importance of having its development in the hands of a trained oil expert has se cured as its manager and President Mr Lou J Craig who is up to this time the most successful oil pro ducer in the State His discovery and development of the splendid oil pool in the Bath Menefee oil fields eight months ago until then not even suspected of being there but now containing over thirty wells all strong pro ducers stamps him the foremost in Kentucky Oil Development For every dollar then invested there on the ground floor on his judge ment he now shows 1000 in oil already produced from which all feel assured investors in our com pany are protected as far as human foresight and wisdom can provide in ing promptly our company has se operationsOUR We Can Save Honey For Yon tj ja n m 1m 32 ill ill It f D o o o j 0000000000000000 0000000I1 1 0 n 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 kas Elm SJ jjl I cJ 1 i P SJ nj i S a ij H n Jj o 2 2 i oh 0 000 00000 J Ii5r1J rJij iffi ir1 ill ill J ill ill 0 0O 0 j 0Wa- g 0- on 0 0 0 0o 0 r tri ire c p y CENTRAL RECORD Independent Local Newspaper LOUIS LANDRAU Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky 1902 WITH this issue RECOKD rounds out the twelfth year of its For the last seven of that number the present editor has been in the harness It is customary with newspapers when reaching a to speak of the ups and downs of the concern but in our case the downs are so far in excess of the ups that we will pass on by taking advantage of the opportunity to thank our patrons and subscribers for their liberal support and encouragement and renew our efforts to send them a clean paper containing the home news free from mudslinging and petty snarls which so frequently creep into the columns of the country papers While we may not have published much startling news yet we can truthfully say we have omitted many articles that would have stirred up strife and hard feelings and caused A Mortgage On An Air Castlea- nd a dead mans good in tentionsare equally worth less to a widow and her orphan children Take out a policy now while you can with the The Mntnal Life Insurance Company Of Kentucky incontestable from date of the best life In surance proposition In the field BLDAYIDSONAgtLancaster Ky j Richmond Ky ISSUED April3rd T n E existence milestone tt t t t U Uof somethingSUBSTANTIAL TheNewissueis J C BECK Jr SIl1 At WtfttttU11111 SSSELY 1 4th 44 4 4944 I r many heartache The newspaper field is not a profitable one in Lancas ter as the numerous failures here have clearly demonstrated but we can make our daily bread get a new hand medown suit occasionally and as that is all we want we are very well During our connection with the paper there may have been sins omission and commission but in it was the fault of the head and not of the heart we assure you We have never intentionally or knowingly wounded the feelings of any one and if there is a reader who has a knife up his sleeve for us its nothing but justice that he tell us of his ance as we are wholly ignorant of existence Again thanking for past favors and asking your continued support TilE RECORD en tins its thirteenth year with a to send you the best in its shop week THE grand jury at Lexington has re turned an indictment against one the many Investment companies of that city in which embezzlement is charged Its high time steps were being taken against these concerns There are of course a few reliable or ganizations but taken as a whole the plan is very questionable Its a plain game of put down one and pick up three to which an end must come sooner or later Schemes to get some thing for nothing take like wildfire these days and strange to say with the very best people too Such schemes are permitted to run in eve ry locality no attention being given them by the courts but let some poor fellow be caught shooting craps and he is made to break enough rock to build a turnpike from Jerrico to Je rulasem These Lexington fakes have gobbled up the hardearned pennies of a grest many poor people and the sooner they are put out of the field the better TilE Hatfields and their enemies have had another desperate battle in the mountains and reports say fouror five men were killed The best thing to do is to let them alone and they may possibly clean out one another The sooner this is done the better In several Kentucky counties we know that trouble was always brewing the ring leaders bit the dust We hope the Governor will stop the of sending troops to these lawless sections and on the other hand send parties up there to encourage thegood work of killing out desperadoes We are for law and order always but Its sometimes necessary to fight the devil with fire Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and will not constipate all other cough medicines Re fuse substitutes 1m r e I satisfied sincerely promise every until practice Stu uuL th gri linearly cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields in the State We are now in the splendid BathMenefee field where we hope to bring in a strong well very shortly We have also just closed a contract to sink a num county within 60 days Our prop erty there lies on the famous Rich land Creek oil field near and in sight of both the Jones and Wages gushers estimated at jtwelve hun dred barrels each per day When the Wages gusher came in on Christmas day it was beyong con trol for three days and in spite of all efforts to cap it overflowed for seven miles down the creek catch ing fire and destroying the drilling machinery trees drift and everything along the creek for seven miles Our property is just rightin it IJ PflEACHERSVILLE Mr Jim Easley sold a nice mare to J H Dennis for 840 Scott Huffman sold a nice horse to Walter Hamm for 830 John E Sherrow bought a farm of Mr A D Upton for 8700 EJ Jonah Marsee sold to J B Bourne nine acres of land for Mr J E Sherrow sold a horse to A D- If Upton for 890 also a cow to the same for Jack Partin and Miss Mary were the guests of Mrs Louisa the latter part of last week T Upton of Faulconer spent and Sunday with his sister Mrs Job Marsee Mr Elisha Forbes and wife of McCreary visited Mrs J E Sherrow last week Rev Ira Parton and son Shelton vis Mt Hebron Messrs Frank Meri deth of Danville and Joe and John Turner of Hiattsville were among the visitors here Saturday and Sunday Mesdames Fannie Burke and Amanda Gillen of Danville visited here and Sunday Miss Bettie Oli ver is the charming guest of Mrs Mar see this week Mr John Hill and wife of Danville attended the meet ing here Sunday I BUCKEYE Mr Joe Simpson sold a large bunch of hogs to Sweeney Morgan at 8540 per hundred Monday morning between six and seven oclock Mr Herod Rays dwell ing burned to the ground ted from the kitchen flue They were able to get out but a few articles of furniture Mr Ray had about 100 worth of meat burnt No insurance Mr Reather Ray also had three ten dollar bills and one five dollar burnt This is the third dwelling Mr Ray has had to burn this week Mr James Gulley is very sick Mr and Mrs J Brown have returned from a visit to the for mers mother at Beuna Vista Mr Robert Brown of Kirksville visited J W Brown last week Miss Sallie B yoursof Louisville are visiting friends and relatives here Miss Fannie Miles who is teaching with a scholarship of twentyfive at this place is giving general satisfaction Miss Miles is a modern uptodate teacher and is to abandon the beau for BRYANTS VILLE Mr J H Easley sold a nice cow to Tom Coleman for 828 J X Dunn has improved his store room very extensively Mr Jeff Dunn has returned from the mountains with a nice drove of mules There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday at eleven oclock Quite a number attended the Easter entertainment given by the Sunday school The services were interesting and impressive Messrs Becks spent Sunday with their mother at Camp Nelson Miss Hattie Caldwell and little sister of Danville spent several days last week with the Misses Dunn W H Furr bought a calf of Leonard Nave for J C Fox bought of W H Furr a span of mules for Mrs Jennie Edwards who was sick last week is better Joseph Ball visited his son Hugh and wife at W H Furrs Sunday Rev Peterson is conducting a pro tracted meeting at Lawson Chapel Mr Payne of Bell county who bought the Lusk farm has moved in and gone to plowing for hemp Messrs Robert and George Boain vis their sister Mrs Mary Elam Sun day who is very sick with lung trou ble Messrs Peter and John Elam visited their brother George Elam and family Sunday Furr vis iten at Geo Elams Sunday evening last e J ia ts m 750 30 lIr Saturday atmSat- urday It these willing the pu pile e e 25 150 W H I Thom liars orgi very 5 file FLAT WOODS between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just above and im mediately adjoing the Hutchings well that came in last week and where four wells are now under contract We are just below and in sight of the famous Jarvis well regarded as one of the very best in the Field The property adjoining us above and just between us and and the Jarvis well is to be devel oped in April and several other tracts within a few hundred yards of us are to be drilled as soon as derricks can be erected and ma chinery placed Not less than 100 other wells are under contract in the vicinity so we are entirely by this development and are right in the center ofthis splen absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and producers surrounded j i PAINT LICK Mrs Ann Broaddus is very low with pneumonia Easter Sunday was a rather disagreeable day James Woods had a calf to die with hydrophobia Farris Smith sold a gelding to Tom Lackey for The smoke stack at the mill blown down Sunday morning Try a barrel of Ballards Flour R L Jennings S H Blount bought a family horse from Wm Parks for 850 Eld J W Masters state prohibition evangelist will address the citizens at New Hope school house on the 3rd day day of April The four oclock train didnt reach here until 10 oclock Saturday night on account of it being wrecked at Point Mr Al Warren of the Lincoln Dem ocrat was here a few days ago in the interest of his paper Al is a nice gentleman and has a good paper and he deserves his share of patronage The men that were prizing tobacco here for J T Palmer broke up in a row Friday and for a while things looked rather squally but peace was restored without any blood being spilled Get Ready for can show you a very handsome line of rugs curtains furniture etc at lower prices than larger towns Come and let us convince you R L Co 3t Mr Richard Jones who has been living in the South for a number of years died at his brothers Mr Billy Jones near here on the 29th in his 79th year His remains were interred in the Richmond Cemetery Dr Scudder and father of Union City were here Sunday Ed Smiddle of Chicago was here several days on business Conductor Will Mays of the L N railroad spent a few days here with his parents Dr and Mrs N Mays There was a large crowd here Sat urday The town was full of women they were here to see the new millin erv goods The merchants did a rushing B Estridge says he took in thirtythree cases of eggs and twentythree cases the day before this is a great egg market Rube Ralston who takes a great in terest in turkey raising had two hens that would not stay at home so he caught them up and brought them here and swapped them to Henry Moore for a pair of large bronze hens He took them home and called his wife out to see what a good trade he had put them out of the sack and said to his wife aint they honeys She said to him why Reuben they are gobblers he looked at her with great amazement and said well if I cant tell a turkey hen from a gobbler I will quit the business LOWELL J M Meadows bought a work mule in town Monday Richard Brown has purchased a fine Incubator He is going to chickens by wholesale There was a large crowd at prayer meeting Wednesday night and enjoyed the meeting very much Mr James Todd was removed to Lancaster last week where he will be under the care of a physician We hope to hear of his recovery soon QMillard Meadows and wife were their parents Sunday S M Davis of Lebanon Junction is visit ing iriends and relatives in this It has been said that Lowell is for its pistol shooting and also for crap shooting on Sunday Paint Lick has said this more than once if this is the case about half of Paint Lick ought to belong to Lowell then she would not have to be so sly about her devilment There was about 20 gallons of whisky slipped to Lowell last month from Paint Lick but of course they dont drink it Neglect Means Danger Dont neglect biliousness and Your health will suffer permanently if you do DeWitts Little Early Risers cure such cases M B Smith Butternut Mich says DeWitts Little Early Risers are the most satisfactory pills I ever took Never gripe or iause nausea 1m 100 SpringWe carpets Jennings businessA madehe e r manufacture j everybody i vicinity noted j e constipation 1 l Obelisks Leaven C C visiting other Companies operating in this oil pool have promptly withdrawn their stock sale and we believe we are the only company in this immediate oil who has not done so For the of funds for immediate develop ment including tanks and pipe line our now offers for sale Twenty Thousand Shares of its capital stock at par 100 per share in upEvery will own an interest in all the of this company Those who got in on the ground floor in the Stickford Sunny Brook Mt Ster ling and several other companies here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of thous ands of dollars and it will grow to millions during this year are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good for tune raising properties andwe STONE Mit Scrivner sold a bunch of shoats to Wm Simpson at 5i Robert Preston sold his tobacco croo to Dr Davis of Madison at 8c Rev Meldrum will fill his appoint ment at Scotts Fork Sunday night Jess Lamay visited friends at High Bridge last week Mr Tom Hicks returned Wednesday after two weeks visit in Lexington and Frankfort Miss Minnie Ray spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Viola Folger Miss Beatrice Sanders spent last week with hsr grandfather HAMMACK We now have a blacksmith who can do any kind of work the farmers want doneMr Charlie Dillon sold to John Newland for SG5 He also from another party a nice horse for 8100 Mrs Bell of Crab Orchard has been visiting Mrs Sarah Hammack Miss Lytha Hammack went to Junction City last Wednesday Mrs Key Mc Querry who has been very sick is much improved Ellen Terrill has moved to Bob Arnolds at Manse MANSE There will be preaching at Fairview Sunday morning and evening Several from here attended the Mil linery openings Lick Saturday Mrs Belle Henderson has gone to Broadhead for medical treatment Mrs Ann Broaddus of the Lowell vi cinity is very ill with pneumonia Mr J N Turley yf Fayette county has been the guest at Capt Dotys this week Mr Gaines Henderson is ill this week Mr George Williams of Stanford was in this vicinity Sunday Mrs John Doty who has been very ill is slowly improving A Valuable Ttredlclce For Coughs and Colds In Children I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedyto all who are suffering from coughs or colds says Chas M Cram er Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years sinde the City first called my attention to this valuable modicine and I have used it and it has always been beneficial It has cured me quickly of all chest colds It is especially for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have persuaded many to try this valuable medicine and Q they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by R E Me V Roberts druggist 1m A nextSundayand n a horse purchased n atPaint In Dispensary repeatedly effective I 0 IN CONCLUSION We that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company shall be and wise as human fore sight can provide expended in the development of Companys prop ertyThat no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a divi dendpaying basis and has actually PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in dividends to all the holders of its capital If you desire to NOW Ve need your money NOW for development purposes We will NOT need it LATER When we have brought in the first two wells the stock will be withdrawn from sale entirely We refer to every Rank or business house in Gnrrard county Address all communications to the Secretary x Iecono- mically X I guarantee stockyinvest t rIfThe season has arrived S Painting and Papering for Purest brands of Varnishes Brushes Etc PAINTS OILSand Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store J aMJ r SWINBBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store G B PETERS SHOE CO in St Louis especially to our order for our customers The nobbiest dovelties that the SHOE WORLD ai fords are here ready for your selection at prices that would lead you to expect plunder rather than the choicest Product or Americas leading makers We have RICE HUTCHINS line of School Shoes for Boys and Girls The man or woman who ex pects to be correctly costumeb for Easter cannot afford to miss look ing through these lines of shoes if only for the sake ot getting posted on whats what in SHOES shelfworn J I line of I S PAPERS we have ever shown Handsomest WALL J E ROBINSONAttorney Law LAXCASTXR KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on rest estate mortgages S 6 0 Q 0 A 0 0 QQQQ Z My J LEWIS Y LEAYELL President I I J S ROBIKSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK x Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS JH W B F Cashier I W O KIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 5 O S O S Os O O O S O 1493 5 The National Bank S OF LANCASTER KY 0 CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Erabry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 00 o0 1 f t 2 S0 00 3 o 2 0o 2 0 e 0 O N HUDSON 4 i4C00rJJ000 G OG000G0- 6 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0000C OOOOOs 060000000GOCOy O00 NOW FOR EASTERIts for you to reveal in the world of swell new shapes that crowd the shelves of 0 tW0r0j 0 070r80r018 0f010T0t8 1i r our Shoe DepartmentConceits fashioned from Fine Leather in tne factories of the rIlnoA v v v v v v FURNISHINGS Do not forget we have an UPTODATE line of Shirts and Hose The very latest shaped HATS GROCERIES ETC You will find our prices right on all Groceries Landretl1s Garden Seeds in bulk and pockage Headquarters for Seed Potatoes Ward t1 thmp3on LwFfLV w f fl 1 i 1 e t v J Tin Shop j SEE OUR TINNER ABOUT YOUR ROOFING t Tili Sl10pjGUTTERING FILTERS REPAIRS mI I 1 i S E r e IHlmo J nEI cT SATURDAY APRIL 5 QE t E iSJ j f NOEL rrtir A 5 hat will be given away in a guessing 44e r h a IN SHOPI t J C Robinsonsuccessor to- fl1r- h a t3 I M SISTERS contest f About The People J Mrs Givens has been visiting Mrs II M Ballon Adolph Joseph spent Sunday in Richmond f Mrs R Zimmcr has returned from Cincinnati Miss Ollie ITackley is visiting Miss Mary Stephens Miss Tommie Francis has been relatives in Stanford George Y Cash of Turnersville visited relatives here Monday Mrs Phillips of Stanford has been with her daughter Mrs Miss Julia Reid and Mrs Ophelia Dunn were in Danville the past week Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lien were with relatives here Sun iShelby Tribble of TIm RECORD spent Sunday with his home folk in RichmondMrs has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs E J Wal lace of Madison Mrs W K Shuirars has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Tanner of McKinney Miss Lena Rigney of Hamilton Col lege spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs W 0 Rigney Mcsclames John Baughman and Ef fie Drake of Danville were here Sat urday to attend the millinery open ingsMr and Mrs Lewis Doty and hand some son lams of Stanford have beg visiting the family of air Alex Mrs W 0 Bradley and daughter Miss Christine will leave shortly for a visit to exGovernor Bradleyof Lou isville Lincoln Democrat Miss Elizabeth Simpson of Garrard is the guest of Mrs Goodknigh Danville ve Miss I or Seed t Garden I Seed 1 All Sorts Onion Sets p Ballon Sons I j J l T j Y oo f rt vis- itIng Cal Nevrus JV Dot f rotaMQ t t of r at J r office tatoe r i v 1 r 1 i es Sue Wood and Pearl Burnside were in Lancaster Tuesday Joe Wortham who has been quite ill is improving Mr and Mrs G C Givens and son of Stanford visited the family of H M Ballou Danville yews Miss Elizabeth Hudson of Lancaster has been visit ing Miss Duncan Willie West has accepted a position in the post office and is giving satis faction to the patrons Mr Louis Gill Is suffering consider ably from a badly swolen foot caused by sticking a thorn in it Mrs Bishop has been quite ill for several days but her many friends will be glad to know that she is much better Miss Jennie Hammond who has been visiting Miss Eliza Rucker has returned to her home in Jellico Ten nessee Richmond Miss Lou ise Kauffman of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Van Greenleaf on Lancaster Avenue Miss Pauline Arnold of Tellico Miss Iconic GobbernndMissTalmage Stone Frankfort attended the funeral of John Norris Tuesday Rev TT X Faulconer came down from Ilillsboro Ohio Tuesday and will return tomorrow taking Mrs Faulconer and the baby with him Horace Herndon who has been with Minor Son in South Carolina has returned home the contract on which they were working having been fin ished Mrs Margaret Tyler Hyde youngest sister of Mr Susan A Price of this city was found dead in bed at her nome in St Louis She was a former resident and a native of this city ExGov W O Bradley spent a few days with his family in this city this week The govenor is getting a large law practice in Louisville and is as well contented as he would be any where save in Lancaster We had a pleasant call from Mr J W Ramsey of Washing ton Ind Mr Ramsey was a member of Co C 19th Ivy Gen Landrams regiment lie isspending a few days with relatives in Lancaster and the county Danville News Attorney W J Price accompanied by Mrs Mattie Frisbie of Lancaster left Wednesday for St Louis They will be absent for some time attending to business connected with the settlement of the Tyler estate Col Mat Cohen of Richmond who knows the pedigree of every borse clear back to Baalams ass was in town Saturday Mat is a mighty er fellow and to know him is to like him lie is one of the longestantler ed Elks in the Richmond herd Mr Clarence E Woods of Rich mond was in town Saturday en route from Crab Orchard Springs which re sort he says is the best place on earth and in so saying he tells the truth Mr Woods friends continue to boom him for the position of secreary to Senator McCreary and we certainly hope he will get the place Nothing would please the newspaper men of Kentucky more than for the Senator to appoint Clarence S BEAZLEY I DENTISTTeeth extracted without with Vitalized Air Office In Building Danville street oppo ite Presbyterian church i I attractive W the Iiookont Pan S yesterda ale try e in to of is Dear have been a little around the old town and would be glad to print a few of my observations in your valuable paper My first walk was out Duncans ad dition which is an addition to Water street and I will say that if all the streets of the town had been as much improved as this one there would have been quite up Starting a little west of Lexington street I find that Mr Buck haserected quite little cottage adjoining Miss Lena Brights little further west Mr Rigney assistant Cashier of the Citizens National Bank has erect quite a considerable addition to his house and he now has a handsome and commodious dwelling Crossing to the North side of the street I notice a substantial foundation being built out of Rockcastle stone by the Presbyters ans on which they say that a hand some parsonage costing about 4000 is to be still west on same side of the street I notice a cot tage of good size and handsome ap pearance lately erected by F P Fris bie the druggist and noN occupied by him as a residence Crossing the street to the South side and going west some distance I notice four new cottages crossing over to Danville street by Judge R A Burnsides resi dence I notice an addition made re ceutly to Mrs Bettis house Going East on this street I notice the dwelling of Dr W S Beazley Crossing over I notice Mrs Dr Price dwelling lately repaired and improv this R E McRoberts resides in a handsome house Next is the dwelling of W T West and next to him the property that used to be called Franklin Institute changed to a dwellinghouse next is John W Millers handsome brick house and next to him on the same side is Judge J S Robinsons elegant new cottage opposite to this is a new modern house erected and occupied by Thompson the jeweler Crossing over the street and going towards the Public Square Miss Sallie Tillett has erected a and dwelling on the site occupied by an old unsightly frame to the Public Square to Stanford and Crab Orchard street I notice that the Methodists have a parsonage adjoining their church across the street I notice quite a comfortable looking cottage erected and occupied by Wm Romans out the Crab Orchard street I notice a very large warehouse for hemp grain tobacco etc lately erected by Marksbury Son a little farther on I notice two new houses one erected by Thos Austin and the other by Fred Stone This brings us the handsome entrance to the City of the spot indicates the character of our people Here we gate at the entrance that cost S500 and all the grounds well kept and in good order The Sextons house is neat and The Receiving Vault cost ing 81000 is a great convenience dif ferent from most public institutions This is not only out of debt but I has saved up for future aboutS4000 A committee good women have done a good deal in making suggestions and in pushing the trustees to do their among them I would mention Mrs Mattie Denny Duncan Returning to the Public Square we find on the East side the New Garrard Hotel and Opera House This hotel not excelled by any house outside of the cities and is well kept by T B Long and wife I know of nothing new on Richmond street except the Baptist parsonage Going North on Lexington street I notice quite an addition to Mrs W R Robinsons little North I find the School one of the institutions of which our people are proud a first rate Faculty and 300 or more pupils going still North we pass the residence of Mrs Fisher Judge Hemphill Geo M Patterson and Col Collier beyond which is the residence of S C Denny Cashier of the National Bank of Crossing the street and going East we notice a new cottage erected by Mr Herndon a little farther we notice a nice brick residence owned and occupied by J F Robinson Cashier of the National Bank of Lancaster RAMBLEK Resolutions Whereas death has entered our ranks and has taken from us a sister member Mrs Talitha Gresham therefore be it Resolved that while we bow in submission to the divine rulings of Him whose judgment is infallible whose decrees thought beyond our of comprehension are always right yet we know that through her home going our organization has lost a and valued member and the itselfa friend Resolved that we extend our sympathy to the family and fives who more than all others will miss her kindly presence her and helpful spirit Resolved that we send to the fam sly so suddenly and sorely bereft a copy of these resolutions and that they be inserted in our local paper and in the minutes of our Union Mrs Mary R Patterson Mrs Fannie Farra Miss Amanda Anderson Com mittee W C T U A Chattanooga Druggists Statement Robt J Miller Proprietor of House Drug Store of Tenn writes There is more merit In Foleys Honey and Tar than in any other cough syrup The calls for it multiply wonderfully and we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined 1m I LouisI tin f a stiring l residencea bUiltgoing r edadjoining storehouse recently houseCrossing erected Continuing storing Deadthis find- a comfortable understand dutyforemost housea Graded Lancaster assistant perfect power faithful community heartfelt reI a unselfish Chattanooga ttAiail circula anew 1 contingencies t- Read t e he T at At Ed if I 100 for at I Business and Bargains All kinds of seeds at T Curreys Have you Japalaced Thompson Sale of fine china Saturday 29th 2t Clover and timothy seed for sale by Currey Clover timothy and blue grass seed T Curreys v New stock fine violins and strings Thompson Machine needles and oil at Thompson Large stock tablets and pencils cheap Thompson v Carriage repairing and painting at Conns Carriage Sweet pea seed the finest grown Thompsons Wanted Dressed fowls for cash or J groceries T Curreys A few select hemp seed for sale R M West tf I If you want the best seed at the least money go to T Currey x To get flowers promptly order from C Gaines Agt for Bell Best country Sorghum at 40 cts per J 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 hamper at Leavens coal yard iotf Chicken feed for sale at Marksburv Sons We Wagons RomrasElmoie Buy Potts Flour from your grocer he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf Dont forget we are iiead quarter1 for buggy harness Romans Elmore will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey For a good smoke try Santiaga Clul at Stormes tf A beautiful decorated dinner set of pieces for S79S at Lancaster Co Get prices on Sinks Tanks and all plumbing work at Conns Carriage Shop Watches Clocks and jewelry repair ed and guaranteed Phone 119 the Jeweler At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years I will run my corn mill every and Saturday Bring your corn and get good meal S T Leavel Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey For funeral designs and decorating see Ed C Gaines agent Bell the florist Orders hastily filled People dont kick on a higlaer price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality tf Best line of buggies surrhes road wagons and harness for the money ever offered in Lancaster Conns Carriage Shop The best set of teeth in the world for 8750 Dr Hobson dentist at Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf We will show you the nicest carriage work you have ever seen if you will come and see us W J Romans Money to LouSG000 m amounts to suit borrower six per cent Apply to THE RECORD otlice for further information Our workmen have all had long in the carriage business If you want firstclass vorlc we can do it W J Roman s who sees the nice work we are turning is yell pleased bring in your old wheel md have it made new W J Romans Now Undcrtaicer Alex Miller has bought a fine hear se and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials B re has a well selected stock dec19tf Four car loads of buggies surries j phaetons and driving wagons Our prices are the lowest Romans Elmore You can see tl e largest and bent stock of all kinds pfvehicles shown in Lancas efT W J Roma ns Ladies have you seen the new line of stone china at Lancaster Grocery Co It consists of baking dishes roasters egg poachers cake and brea d bowls toilet sets and slop jars Now is the time to old buggy pha3ton surry road i aeo n made new we are npw oettei pared to paint trim or do any in the carriage line millinery Opealng A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend the Opening of Dry Goods Saturday and Monday of 29th and 31st t tf jry I Jrtyt tt4 tH i Shop have a car load fOld Hickory Grocery Bath- Tubs Thompson weddin phaetons Richmond experience Everyone carriage eVE Ir beE tt have your r prE thing ttiaIl ever bet ore W TRom2 ns MUll TheLogan Coon 1st arch C S Monday 2r27 out v 1 S s for r of Cisterns Cleaned T J Hatcher is prepared with improved machinery to clean your cistern with no loss of water Cost small tf Address W II Lillard Danville for Acme Cement plaster which ranks first of all patent wall plasters 2272t An elderly lady to do general house work for small family to W B Jarvis Lancaster Ivy Seed Corn We have a fine assortment of the best variety of seed corn for sale II A B Marksbury Son Address W II Lillard Danville best varieties of second crop seed potatoes 2272t Dont wade through the mud but telephone Alek Miller and have him haul you to the trains Will cost but little Spring is opening and I am ready with a nice lot of siding ceiling cypress shingles doors sash and everything needed in building a house Prices right R G Ward 432t Dr Goldstein Dr Goldstein will be at the St Asaph hotel Stanford Monday and Tuesday April 7 and 8 and at the Gilcher house Danville Friday and Saturday April 11 and 12 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 Mr Zulauf representing the J T Burghard Carpet Co of Louisville will be here Saturday April 5th with their full line samples We would be iflad to have everyone interested in this class goods call and see the line The Logan Dry Goods Co If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertis your stuff Do not say you had ni warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward Strayed or Stolen White gilt weight about 165 missed Sunday March 23 Reward for re turn Fisher Herring Lancaster 21 Druglcss Treatment Catarrh Asthma and Rheumatism cured while you sleep without use of fire knife or drugs School of Sug gestive Therapeutics 124 E Broad way Louisville Ky It Address or call on W II Lillard Danville Ky for the best seed oats Rust proof and are pronounced by all who have tried them to be best yield on rich Kentucky lands Mature about two 2 weeks earlier than olive varieties In fact such men as T B Bright and I M Dunn say they would not sow any other Price SOcts per bushel 3272t School of Sticgestlve Therapeutics 124 E Broadway Louisville ICy Anyone with a common school educa tion can make themselves independ ant and selfsustaining by taking a course in Suggestive Therapeutics- You can graduate and get a diploma and be ready to practice Suggestion inside of three weeks Write for terms and free book It A Flue Farm For Sale One hundred and thirtyfive acres 125 acres in cultivation good hemp and tobacco land fine orchard fruits 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 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 2271m F N Folger Stone Ky The 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 and neat We have the finest and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz florentines 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 TO Those Needles Cemetery Work We do not ask cent unless your work is satisfactory The firm that is doing besiness among you has as much interest in seeing your work properly done as you have your self for on the success of your work their future business All our granite is cut and lettered at the va rious quarries by expert mechanics with machine tools and shipped di rect to delivery point thus insuring best of work and prices Parties wish ing inscriptions cut by expert work men on work already erected should call or write We respectfully ask a chance to figure on any work you may need in our line pareprices without comparing quality Garrard ounty Marble Works tan ford street Lancaster Ky 432t Coy Pasture 80 acres splendid cow pastute in edge of city limits with abundance of water at 82 per month vance Engage your cows now as only a limited number will taken If you owe tor last years pasture call and pay me Mrs Emmma Efiggin botham latest Addressorap- ply Feed Now cheapest tapestries for a depends you J1or Never om t bed 3 2 1 3 i i l1 1 S Wanted flooring C s l t I 1 have just opened a complete line of BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY and ask my old friends and patrons to examine the stock Hi We Have All The New Creationst- he the Latest Novelties and Prettiest Goods Our long exper ience enables us to furnish the best articles at lowest prices jl OPENING Saturday April 5th SALLIE D TILLETT J- Ir 11B t m ill f3 g fBrnJiiirl m calland i p 0 In Meiuorlnm Death having removed from us to her reward Mrs T Gresham much be loved and reverenced by all who knew her it is feeling that we give expres sion to our affection and place on rec ord our appreciation of her labors and bear testimony to her unfaltering to the cause of Christ To have known her was to receive an in spiration to a nobler life Unselfish and unostentatious her quiet trust was a benediction Faithful to every duty her memory will re main precious heritage While we are bowed with brief over our loss we sorrow not as those who have us hope She has heard the call Well done good and faithful servant enter thou into the joy of thy Lord To the bereaved family we extend our deepest sympathy and pray that God will comfort them in this dark hour of trial Lames Mite Society Save Time and Money If you want a spring suit at lowest price and of best quality and cannot pare the time to come to town let us Know and one of us will bring a full line of samples to your house This will save you a days labor besides the money saved in getting the best prices J C Hemphill M D Hughes Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or intending co 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 rders for ten car loads of Monuments for early spring delivery the largest amount ever ordered at one time for Central Kentucky By purchasing iuch a large lot at the dullest season f the year we secured it at unusually prices and as it will be shipped at carload freight rates which also means considerable saving we are of fering 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 hipped direct to your own town and lelivered when desired at very low prices If you wish to see our furtner information write us Wm Adams Son 263m Lexington Ky LOCAL ISouthbnd Mixed leaves Lancaster 11 05 AM llixtd Passgr 244 A M 1211 A K W JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY The Lexington Democrat Is The Only Daily lemtio Pajei Publiseed in the Blue Grass Region It is especially devoted to the of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor Subscription price 500 a year or 15 cents a week by W P Walton Editor and Manager LEXINGTON KENTUCKY R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National HartfordConneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile I I I fullife I I yearOne tow itat correspondingly prices- r 335 PII McC interests carrier RBprcscntin Followin Companies tnaL1folnsCg gf Hartford Conn J devotion C TIMETABLES I Prince of Prussia belongs to the Royal family and of course wears Royal tailoring Thats what we scll Royal Five hundred latest Spring and Summer nicknax and staples Henry on dress Royal tailoring is made for us to the measure of our rect time to the sixteenth of an inch by The Tailors of Chicago Royal tailoring is clean end wholesome no labor and vc can sell it at a saving of to 15 on a suit as against the usual tailoring prices and you cant tell Thy it should be any lower in As a matter of fact it shouldnt be the other is too high thats all Royal tailoring is fine for the prince of good dressers and thousand American princes are wearing it ex elusively by J C HEMPHILL OPERA HOUSE POSITIVELY THE GREATEST PLAY EVER PRESENTED Ztf LANCASTER OXE SIGHT Tuesday April 8th SPECIAL tNGAGEMENf CARPENTERS Splendid Seem Production of Slentlewicz great story of Christianity VADIf H ook customerscor E QUO ens ever o a sweatshop ey5 ttssin o r r e HERO FLATS WHILE BUBfiSw This Superb Scenic Production is a of Henryk Sienkie wiczs wonderful story the sensa tion of the Christian world For stage representation It is divided into SIX ACTS AND NINE SCENES Illustrating in a manner graphic and convincing the Dawn of and Downfall of Paganism Cast with the full strength J CARPENTERS Lane and Powerful Dramatic CP Each scene a tribute to this great artists still them to come andconfidently expected to ha the leading amusement event season Sale of weakin adyaac or- E SCENERY none to opera house by Thos COSTUMES historIcally asleepinNOTEUnlversal praise from managers and haslatelyseats Christianity a Seville Correct ills begin oae f J i SORE I kN jLL BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR will warm her and alleviate her relieve that depressing strengthenher nerves drive sinking stop that headache like akiss and her safely and comfortably throughher troublesThere be no obstructed periods The ever ncurrent and the monthly moon will follow regularlyupon each other times a year bottleYou FKEEbook Perfect Wealth for Women BRADIFELO REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA I THE o motliej 7 Villsour the sweetest disposition trrsform the most even mmpwctl lov able nature into a crossgrained acd irritable individual II impatience or fauItfiTidiug aTe ever excusable it is when the body is tortured by an eating and painful sore It is truly discouraging to find after and I months of diligent and faithful use ol remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever Every chronic sore no matter on what part of the body it comes is an evidence of some constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases remain in the system or itmay be that some long hidden Cancer has come to the surface and begun its destructive work must be before the sore will up with healthy flesh and the skin regains its It is through the circulation that the fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it irritated and inflamed S S S will purify and B invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich blood carried to the diseased parts new tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to have a healthy and natural look the discharge ceases and the sore heals w S S S the only blood purifier f 1 rrr Vv voro sore leg and w Our druggist advised her to try S S S tones up the general system as no which she did Fourteen bottles cured medicine does If you have her and sho has been well over since j R MABOMJ 22 Canal St a sore any us get Cohoes the advice of experienced and skilled physicians for which no charge is made Book on Blood and Skin Diseases fr e THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga external remedies that the place previous poisonperhaps Theblood fill naturalcolor acridcorroding is is overa years ago my a treated by thothat entIrely vege best physicians but received no benefit It builds up the blood and of kind and N Y bad is guaranteed other write v Twentyfive head of horses sired by Gambetta Wilkes that have changed hands since the first of last Hsovember have brought 824990 an average ot 99900 Give the horses a bran mash once a week See that the troughs are empty at nightGive the turnips to the milk cows after milking More attention has been paid to keeping straw the past winter than for many years Some farmers have found out the feeding value of straw that never knew it before We expect to see more strawstacks in the futur and fewer straw piles to rot down for fertilizer or to be in the way of crops in the spring Ex A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my physician who stands high in his profession After doses of it my son regained and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Muller of Mt Crawford Va This remedy for sale U E McRoberts 1m Cheap corn is not to be expected for a long time to come no matter how bountiful the crop of 1902 may be granaries of the world are empty old corn in the feeding districts will be a scarce article next winter At the same time the country is full of cattle and the demand for pork sum dent to justify raisers in raising more flOgS than ever Several bountiful ClOpS of corn will be needed to glut the market with that cereal Chica go Live Stock World Hand without head is no better than head without hand Find out by experimenting what your animals need to keep them in a thrifty condition Stable manure is never worth as much when first made Draw direct ly to the field and spread The export of hay for January 1901 as given in the monthly report of the Treasury Department was 4685 tons for January 1902 13447 tons a gain of 8762 tons For the seven months ending with January 1901 the export was 53029 tons while for the period ending January 1902 it was 107219 tons an increace of 54 190 tons Try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets the best physic For sale by E E McRoberts druggist 1m One of the most encouraging signs for the future of the light harness horse is the intense interest in all parts of the country in fast trotters and pacers and the eagerness shown by men of wealth everywhere to buy horses of attractive speed and conformation Horses for the ring horses for the speedway or horses for matinee racing and horses for the race track are for everywhere and the supply is not to the demand and is not likely to be for the next few years The market for well bred young racing prospects shows a steady growth for trotters and pacers that have stake engagements and the are that for the next few NATUREWomans Constitution- sthe time when Into lovely womanhood through all her lifethe few sliver proclaim advancing are wane and her Ing herself Insuring quiet nerves and J l A Pn Pt 2r only regular administering three consciousness corresponding manifested beingsought adequate especially indications at Irst womans days of cold and come a lnas the moon continues everlastingly to gro and chillsdIscomfort and yet she bears burdezt patiently rare The onl11 alleviation strength y en Tbd shed U depression years yearlings and twoyearolds of a desirable sort will find ready sale at the auctions Kentucky Stock Farm According to the census figures on poultry Kentucky leads in the of geese while Iowa is first in chickens and Texas first in turkeys Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right Dont delay 1m It is not thought that the cold which has prevailed over Knox ville section for some time past has in the least affected the peach crop The horticulturists of this section who have examined the young peaches state that they are all right as do others The wheat crop has been but not materially A Doctors lied IMIglit Two years ago as a result of a cold I lost my voice writes Dr 51 L Scarbrough of Hebron Ohio then began an obstinate cough Every remedy known to me as a prac and I daily grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I found quick relief rnd for last ten days have felt better than for two years Positively guaranteed for Throat and Lung troubles by R E Mc Roberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 50c and S100 Trial bottles free 1m A AVlUslcy Pellet Here is a puzzle for distillers officials and local option cranks A New York man has invented a whisky pellet By a process of and compression the finest brands of whisky can be compressed and carried like pills The intending skylarker may now proceed to fill his vest pocket and saunter forth with pills that can be dissolved in the mouth and leave all the taste and of liquor Truly these are times when even the festive flask may be relegated to the shades of a forgotten The Great Dismal Swamp Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones aud muscles and may induce dangerous maladies But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stomach and Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byesville 0 but never found anything as good as Electric Bitters Try them Only 50c R E McKoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction im The meanest man is one who lets his wife go barefooted all the fall then magnanimously gives her a pair of shoes for a Christmas UetterTlian rills The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets superior to pills They are easier and more pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as they can always be depended upen Then they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels In a natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect and their use is often followed by constipation For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Buy at Home The practice some people have of sending their money to mail order houses for articles of commerce that could be obtained from their home merchants for the same money considered is an erroneous one In these days sharp competition in all lines of merchandise has brought as low as practicable and the who is misled by the pretty words and promises found in the catalogues of mail order houses will come to real ize after it Is too late that he has been swindled There is not an instance where a person can buy an article from these mail order concerns any cheaper than he can buy of his local merchants and the fact that large quantities of these foreign goods are shipped back by astute buyers who take the pains to examine the goods before receiving them is proof that the a fact Harrodsburg Her ald If we came into this world by the volition of our will there would be so few of us in this country that we would welcome the Chinese for com number taking weather affected severe I revenue distillation effect stirring past- I I present- I Our answes is quality prices person aboveis I J t dicing S 4 pany The latest for ralsinK money wirh which tu fcivo Iv nwicKy u ox hbit at the Worlds Fair to DC held in St Louis next year has been uestocl ny a LlnevPle lady She written to the Commercial Club of Louisville asking if it would be feasi ble to take a popular subscription by having 100000 loyal Kentuckians give a dollar each Kentucky ought to have representation among tier sister States at the St Louis Exposition and the late legislature ought to have provided for it As it is the sugges tion of the Pineville lady is about the only resource left to her citizens If the various public organizations over the State could be interested in the matter it is possible and very prob able that it would be pushed to a conclusion lieauty and Strength Are desirable You are strong and vigorous when your blood is pure Many nay fail to properly digest their food and so be come pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion depart Remedy this unpleasant evil by eating nourishing food and taking a small dose of Herbine after each meal to digest what you have eaten 50c at R E McRoberts 1m If night is a cloak lor sin it must be a fall overcoat Hcrbiue Cures Fever and Ague A dose will stop a chill a continuance always cures Mrs Win M Stroud Midloth May 31 1899 writes We have used Herbine in our family for eight years and found it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe bilious fever and malaria 50c at R E McRoberts 1m Many a mans best thoughts in yesterdays paper Walks Without Crutches I was much alllicted with sciatica writes Ed C Kud lowaville Sedg wick Co Kan going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment which relieved me I used three 50c bottles It is the greatest liniment I ever used have it to a number of persons all express themselves as being benefitted by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c 50c and SI 00 at R E McRoberts 1m A woman without sentiment is a misfit specimen of her sex Save the Loveil Ones Mrs Mary A ISliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine and will do all that is claimed for it and it is so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she has no need for it Ballards Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary 25c 50c and at R E Mc Reberts 1m The selfish man like a ball of twine is wrapped up in himself Shot In His Left For all kinds of sores burns bruises or other wounds DeWitts Hazel Salve is a sure cure Skin diseases yield to it at once Never fails of piles Cooling and healing None genuine but DeWitts Bewaro of counterfeits I suffered for many years from a sore caused by a gun shot wound in my left leg says A S English Ind It would not heal and gave me much trouble I used all kinds of remedies to no purpose until I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me lin The eagle is only half as dear to the Saved Many a Time Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is spring Such cases often seriously at this season just people are careless A dose of One Minute Cough Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts at once Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis and other throat and lung troubles I have used One Minute Cough Cure several years says Postmaster C O Dawson Barr Ill It is the very best cough medicine on the market It has saved me many a severe spell of sick ness and I warmly recommend it The childrens favorite 1m Love is a wonderful thing yet there are people who would rather marry for money A Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on the J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bucklens Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at R JE HeRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint tick im It isnt always safe to marry a girl who looks good enough to eat A wife disagrees a man oftener than a dinner Wields A Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pills the most distressing too Stomach and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss f Appetite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25c at Lancaster Fish C0 Paint Lick 1m i JI OlJds llf I p a1 sug bias successful mostwomen usually ian Texas appeared recommended I ailments 100 I Leg in- case Fuller American heart as the double eagle is result because Arni- ca with I Live R fltI o r 4 4s 4 4y 4 4 4 r lei- f 4 EMcRoberts 11 i Lust fall 1 was taken with u very severe attack of muMiiar rheumatism which caused me great pain and an noyance After trying several and rheumatic cures I to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in the South Jeoseyman After two of this remedy I was much better and after using one bottle was completely Harris Salem N J For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m The fact that you havent any voice is no excuse for practicing on a cornet in a thickly populated neighborhood Wants To Help Others I had stomach trouble all my life says Edw Mehler proprietor of the Union Bottling Works Erie Pa and tried all kinds of remedies went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moments peace Finally I read of Kodol Cure and have been taking it to my great satisfaction I never found its equal for stomach trouble and gladly recommend it in hope that I may help other sufferers Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures stomach You dont have to diet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat 1m Handsome is as handsome does says the proverb but if a girl is she does as she pleases A Good Thing German Syrup is the special 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 Lung troubles of the severest nature as it does the cause of the and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experimental medicine but has stood the test of years giving in every case which its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Boschees German Syrup was in the United States in 1868 and is now sold in every town and viI in the civilized world Three doses will reliere any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Stormes drug store Cm A man never really knows the value of a dollar unless he is followed by a persistent collector Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough Sirs Ellen Harlison of 300 Park Ave Kansas City Mo writes as follows Our two children had a severe at tack of whooping cough one of them in the paroxysm of coughing would often faint and bleed at the nose We tried everything we heard of without getting relief We then in our family doctor who prescribed Foleys Honey and Tar Wth the very first dose they began to improve and we feel that it has saved their lives Refuse substitutes 1m Paradoxically speaking fast colors are those that refuse to run when washed 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 afllicted with these two diseases and their effects such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness Palpitation of the Heartburn 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 Insure with the Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance Co- G B SwiueuroadAgt G I i1 prescriptions de- cIded applications curedSallie 411 I Dyspepsia troubles handsome prescription acknowledged removing affection satisfaction introduced Almanac I called New York I l ti Iitsttiuitiut 4 4 age 4 The entire business portion of Ohio was destroyed by lire v Fire at Peclcville Pa caused a loss of 100000 Gov Beckliam issued a naming April 21 next as Ken tucky Day at the Charleston Exposi tionThe British government made a great purchase of American canned beef and bacon for the use of the army Filipinos are resorting to charmed shirts anointed with AntingAnt ing which is believed by them to be a safeguard against bullets and dis easeThe examining trial in New York of Florence Burns who was suspected of being connected with the mysteri ous death of Walter Brooks resulted in her dismissal lion Wm Points twice a member of the Kentucky Legislaturedied near Williamstown aged ninetyone Xine at the Charleston Exposition Representatives of Louisville liquor league which will be a revival of the Protection Association President Roosevelt sent to Con gress a message relating to the neces sary provisions for carrying out the transfer of American rule in Cuba The specitic conditions are named a constitutional or statutory clause providing that the United States shall have the right to inter the treaty of Paris The message asks that provision be made for a Minister at 10000 a year are asked only for Havana Cien fugos and Santiago de Cuba In response to the Burleson the President transmitted to the House the correspondence over Gen Miles request to be allowed to try his hand at pacifying the Philippines The Secretary of War vigorously Gen Miles and impugns his The CourierJournal has received several inquiries as to the fate of the Byron Bill relating to professional jury services The impression seems to among some lawyers in the State that the bill passed As a matter of fact it passed the Senate only Itwent to the House March 10 and died in the orders of the day never being called up for consideration Many persons were driven from their homes at Pineville by high water Cumberland river is still Six lives are reported to have been lost in Bell county The Fayette county grand jury has indicted the directors of the Central Mutual Investment on the charge of embezzling by means of a dividend FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN I MUTUAL POOL ON FUTURE EVENTS The Kentucky Derby Metropolitan Brooklyn and Surburban Handicaps American Derby etc Estimated value of each pool 100000TICKETS 100 EACH For entries circulars and full address MUTUAL SWEEPSTAKES ASSN MILTON YOUNG Mgr Lexington Ky City National Bank 3272m 4 QA o C og 8 t Xtic I Io Bethel proclamation British pallbearers designatedThursday preparatory including independence Consul- ships resolution attacks byRoot exist rising 500 IERCF particulars ReferenceLexington GGNER1b NEWS iieicMc I I HESCRIPTION Clay King 2964 227 3 4 Owned by VV T Noel W B Burton Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at 1000to insure living colt sound and all right lien retained on colt for season All care taken to prevent accidents but if any should occur we will not be for same Sire of The King 213 Nellie Bruce 218 f Clay Wilkes 221J Guard 22 The Ravena 20 Justin 2 2GJ Dorado 2 27 Daisy 313 r2 By King Clay 594 214 Claymore Edgar 22S Queen etc l y Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King 22 and granddam of Volo Maid 213 Sire of St Julian 211J St Patrick 2 M 33 others sons have sired 175 and daughters have produced Dick 212 Strongwood 211 Home3tnke214j etc 2 Belle Brandon by Hambletonian 10 Dam of sire of 3 dam Jenny by Young Bacchus Emmons Duroc Clay King with any kind of stud opportunities would to day be In the first flight of success ful of extreme speed His stud career and there Is not a In the Blue Grass State who does not regard him as a wonderful sire of early and extreme speed Every man at the Lexington track has seen his get accomplish what has never been by produce of horse they have seen his In 3 W T NOEL W B BURTON Buckeye Ky I will also stand my Jack at the same place under the same terms at 8600 for horse mule W T NOEL Buckeye Ky YorkNre- sponsible Sire of Miss Marble Eola Klngbrlno Doc 2 1 dam 22O Gov HappyMedium TomWonderIs horseman seconds and then for startling prices they have seen his representatives muck Kentucky Jackier Llda2iO 2l73 2l9Jf 220 2233 sprngue22034 one show as The offer of irce consultation by letter made by Dr Pierce g affords every sick woman an opportunity to obtain the opinion o G a specialist on her condition without charge or fee Think what that means j For more than thirty years Dr R V Pierce has beea Ueatiag a and cu Ing the diseases peculiar to women As chief consulting g physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo g N Y assisted by his medical staff of nearly a score of physicians p Dr Pierce has treated and cured hundreds of thousands of week and sick women The success of Dr Pierces treatment is proved O by the fact that fortynine women out of every fifty who have O followed his advice have been perfectly and permanently curedfi g behind it a specialist of Dr Pierces skill and success No similar p offer puts at the free service of women the entire facilities of an institution of national fame such as the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y with its medical staff of nearly O a score of physicians every man a specialist The largest fee ever charged by a physician for consultation O cannot buy a better or p Pierce offers you free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly con O fidential and the written confidences of women are guarded by p the same strict professional privacy observed by Dr Pierce and j his staff in personal consultations with women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical institute Buffalo N Y Aggpsss W Pserss jafefe Hatei mat Sargiesi testsizsQ Bsffafoy a Y jfGgIf G t i e I triiBi rJt Cit k 0 Sf D o J t1CiJ Wlie IiSa vvuW PierCe Ig fMt There is no similar offer of free medical advice which 11M C1 more valuable medical apinioo than Dr g 8 8 DaR 8 o JOOOCcm Lellifi- g 8 I Rev Stalling of Springfield four excellent sermons at theFork church last week The pupils of Miss CatharineMoore school had an Easter egg gathering Monday afternoon Jean AKJridge received lirst prize and Robert Moore members of the Pork church pastor for the year Every memtxjr requested to be present D S Swpe sold some corn to Kemper of Lancaster at per barrel at the crib A rabid dog came to Miss Ruth Al dridge a few days They watched it closely and had a neighbor called to kill it before it did any damage ex killing a duck From tion it is supposed to belong to Mr Mote Robinson Mr Webb of East Hickman visited M F Rout last week las W Ramsey of Washington 1ml spent a few days the first of the week with his niece Mrs X II Bogie Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting friends in Lincoln and Boyle counties Mrs Robert Uettis visited her sister Mrs James Speakes Sunday Miss Sallie TIer ring visited her sister Mrs V M Rice in Lower Garrard Saturday and Sun day Miss Mamie Daly of Danville has been visiting relatives here Miss Lyme Moss of Lancaster visited Misses Carrie and Mary Durham Sat urday and Sunday and attended the Baptist Convention at Mt Hebron Several of Mr Leonard Pollards fami ly have been quite sick with bronchial pneumonia MrsN JI Bogie is spend ing a few days with Sam Hughes and family at Danville Mr 11 and will leave in a few days for Bir mingham Ala their future home 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 I HAMILTON FKAXK McMiLLOx Hamilton fflcJiillon Successor to S S ilcGmre DEALERS IN Monuments andTombstones of all kinds We can furnish you with any kind of stone you desire and satisfaction P 1Ba aaZiI liIAIUSRL1 delivered secondThe morning F B 3 ago ept family guarantee cIeer I Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for work now we can make arrange ments whereby you can pay for same on long time and easy pay ments SHOP NEAR DEPOT KONVKSITSI Good work at moderate prices Before buying your monumental work buy iv headstone or momi inent Poorly Finished Work is Dear At Any Price Seieot stuck Vermf nt v h and blue Imported Italia i Creole and Pink MarM t our prices for Granite M meats We trade Shop st old 1 office Stanford street JAS I WHITE 1iop Jno Harwood Shop Mgr Page Wire Fence Page Pence Musi e latte ti I have just received a full carload of this Celebrated tenr and you will save by s ii tf me bifore buy elsewhere me a card will call ou you J T Lear Lawaster Ey LOUISVILLE KEOTUCKV ASAPII HOTEL Stanford K Monday and Tuesday April Tth 8k GILCHER HOTEL Danville Kj Friday and Saturday April lAth lab Sow is the time neglect your best friend YOUR EYES EYES examined and glasses sefen tiiically adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYES OFFICE HOURS y am to 5 pm Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1902 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits and everything Jor Orchard Lawn and Garden We n Agents but sell direct to the Phtn terStrawberry and General Cata logues on application to H F HILLEXMEYER Lexington Ky W3QHE LIVES AFi BY Or Kings NOT DissamfOI Consuiiiptlan Cs hs aad Colds Thaa All Oifcc Throat AsA Lung Bcaj Jiss CcniLircd This wcndcrvui r idcine cures Coughs Colds Eronchiis Asthm Hay LaGrippe Sore Throat Croup snc1 Cougb OCoHfe KG PAY Pries bOc SI Trial Bottla quality will apprer r u r It rffi IjiJ l l FtGE moo Drop GOIJSTll1 WILL1 i A T tHE lion fill have e SAYEa us CC tSar 1 Ho 1C8S j e I W1E big iL L- OF ftt4i BE- St Wtioorn 1ontTak Pills constipationby vowels nut regular action cannot be secured tile secretes bil to make the intestines execute natural functions Unnat uralagitation clused by cathartics compels rcontmual and doses to fattain the results 1 t yjii p acts on tha hverj cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter milling Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE until liver enough 42 4 g nrjr THE CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky Thursday April 3rd 1902 Vy vI CHICKEN A LA BALTIMORE draw and wash two young chickens each weighing three pounds divide each into seven parts the brenst cut lengthwise in three pieces leaving a small wingbone attached to each of the breast the second joint and leg left as one and the back cut in half crosswise Free the end of the drumsticks from meat and cut the bone even remove all the bone from the second giving them the of a chop Free small wingbone from meat Next season the chicken with salt and dip them first in tour then in beaten egg and last in grated bread crumbs lay them on a board and each piece lightly to smooth the crumbs lay in a buttered pan pour over a teaspoonful melted butter over each piece cover with buttered paper and bake one hour in a medium hot oven Put the chicken feet for a second into boiling water remove instantly and rub the skin with a coarse towel Place the feet giblets the neck and the back of one in a saucepan add two quarts of cold water one onion some parsley and one teaspoonful of salt cook one hour then strain the Ten minutes before serv ing melt two ounces butter add two ounces flour stir and cook two minutes without browning add three cupfuls chicken broth stir and cook till a smooth sauce has formed mix the yolks of two eggs with half cupful cream add it to the sauce stir a few minutes taking care not to let it boil add one tablespoonful lemon juice STRAWBERRY FROZEN PUDDING Beat one quart of cream till stiff Crush with a silver or quart fresh straw berries m i x them with one cupful a sugar and stir lightly into the jt wM cream add a little blush to give it a fine color and taste if not sweet enough add more sugar osT Fill this into a cylin drical mold The ffi mold should be tilled overflowing then put on cover paste fat around edge of cover to any water entering in the form Cover the bottom of a butter tub with tine chopped ice sprinkle over some rock salt set the same way so the mold is completely buried in ice and salt cover tub thick paper and set it in a cool place let it remain four hours When to serve take out the form free it from all fat rinse off with cold water hold the form for a few minutes In hot water then turn the pud onto a dish Fill the center with whipped cream and a border of mac caroons in a circle around the pudding In 1 rI AI i i i ch en the lIt 1 I J spacebetween read c Dints ctsilo of fresh straw berries preserved strawberries may be taken and no sugarCHICKEN CHAUDFROID COLD ENTREE Cut a wellcleaned young chicken into seven pieces the breast into three parts a small wingbone attached on side breast Leave the seond joint and leg er remove the bone ftjlfrom the second joint and free the leg one inch down from skin leaving part of the bare cut the back crosswise in two pieces Place the chicken in a sauce pan cover with water add two onions and half tablespoonful salt cook till the chicken is tender Lay the chicken pieces on a dish remove loose bones from the breast place a weight on top and set aside to cool Cook six mushrooms in a little chicken broth till done dividing W lea y illg hy e Jo f tr if Ii ht art fl y 1 drumsticks even CHICKIN A A BAtTlMORt without losing their shape drain and set them aside to cool broth remove all fat place thiee pints of the broth and one wine In a large saucepan Soak three ounces gelatine in half pint cold water when soft add it tothe broth stir till it begins to boil beat the whites of three eggs till and the juice of two lemons half gill of cold water pour the white into the broth stir cook till the egg has til boiled away remove let stand five minutes Put a double boiler over the tire put a sieve in the upper saucepan lined with cheese pour the jelly in the sieve minutes later see if the jelly is dear if not It and let it run through When all v has been strained set aside n v to cool This is culled aspic and also sour jelly Next pre iflL the GhuudlmiJ s uict two ounces butter add two ounces flour stir and cook a few minutes add one pint of mink half salt stir and cook a smooth sauce is formed ivJJ the vieof two tii is s r to mm II St raln chicken t Melt teaspoonful tI eel STHAWHFMRY FPCZIN PUDUING utes then add one pint of the prepared aspic stir till all is well mixed not smooth rub the sauce through a sieve set the sauce in a cool stir often and when it begins to thicken cover each piece of and also the mushrooms the sauce them on a dish and decorate them with truffles set in a cool place till the sauce is firm then pour over piece a little halfset jelly Shortly before serving chop the aspic on a wet napkin Put some of the on a round lay the two back pieces of chicken first on the jelly set the remaining pieces around it and the center breast on set i the mushrooms In a circle around the dish and garnish all te with aspic with a celery salad dressed May onnaise or tot other vegetable stay be served with it fJ BONSALINACAKE Sift two half pints of flour with one heaping tea baking powder Work six ounces butter In cold water then stir it with half pint of pulverized sugar to n light white cream flavor with one teaspoonful Van Duzer Orange Extract add alternately the flour with one and a half grill of milk and the beaten whites of six eggs taking care not to stir munch after these ingredients have been ridded Mutter two goodsized jelly tins and line the bottom with paper pour in the cake batter smooth with a bake in a slow oven Filling Roil half sugar with one gill of water till it forms a thread between two fingeis then add one tablespoonful best rum or wine and pour It slowly into the beaten whites of two eggs half teaspoonful vanilla and four ounces line pecan nuts spread this over one cake layer put on the other layer over a sugar then a thin white glae and decorate the top candied fruit and pistachio nuts For the halt pint sifted pow dered sugar in n small saucepan add two water iipoouful lemon and a drops of Van Blush to color it a prHtv pink Stir OWl the tire till ikiviiui putter it over the vike r tlv st d ulie i i j it JiI spoonful i i ilk Put tablespoonfuls one II l r u r rp i c ny salad glaze ss them tit Y MARTS MIRACLE The day of working miracles sure Is fur front past And to Illustrate what menu Ill toll you of the last Great out that tight to tne For 1 was part of it you see You know the life I used to lend A kind of death A drunkard of the hopeless kind For scarce a broatk 1 ever drew and hope and lost to me and beside 0 CU1 Ctul1f td d le sob r Were MRS MARY HARRY 52J E 1th St Newport Ky No no not all there was wife God bliss her hour She saved mi from a diunknrds grave And from Drinks fiendish power Just how she saved me you see This Is the way she told me When was almost dead within Her faithful constant breast She read of Dr Haines Cure Then without rest She sent for free And gave it unbeknown to nui 1 drank of it at meal I rite it in bread While Mary watched anxiously But never word she Until omit day 1 stopped to think That I my drink I When quite uueonsdous I was cured Then alary told me all It seemed zi kindness straight from God A modern miracle 1 call It this because wire And HnlneV Cure had saved my life And now 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important a young either being a charity at a famous hospital where little ones of deformed limbs are Yet perhaps she was not so very poor a little there were two red ribbons tying up her brown hair and quite a wide lace about the neck of her dress Her mother carried her into the lecture room and placed her a high table and then left her to dangle her little bare legs until the lecturer should be ready to use her as an illustration The young person gazed thoughtfully about the room at the odd behind her and the students in front Neither proved of sufficient interest to retain her gaze and she presently devoted her attention to her mother nurses and a few other pitiful little ones in an adjoining room who were playing unconcernedly amid surroundings might have saddened them had been older The lecture was vividly interesting and the students looked at the little staid as they had perhaps looked at numerous other little maids with red bows and big brown eyes as merely a convenient deformity who made the lecturers words easier to understand They were not a particularly pleasant looking lot of young men clothes very badly and t was obvious that their paths had been rural and their bringingup Our little girl could not have told why was not approving of them eye for possible beauty You see gentlemen the lecturer went on the exactly opposite set of conditions occur in these two cases In the boys there is j vjrtts that is the foot curves in gently in his hand and moved it upwards here is taffies v lgiis the foot curves out ward bent forward In this however an abnormal development of It was a highly important illustration The medical had noted the case at length Only one man in the room was looking elsewhere than at the piteously twisted limb in the doctors hand was a look about the childs little mouth which reminded him of some one whom he should see within a couple of hours They would dine together This was her birth day He would give her the bonbons he had chosen with such care and which he had now in his pocket He could see her delight over the unexpected revelations in the box It would be the first time she had been presented with her own initials on each sweet the tongs with tiny golf ing of violet babyribbon over the mauve and white candies The was of silver with a lid It was a love of a box and he felt justly proud of it He was in a hurry to see her eyes she opened it lecture was good of course but he should be glad when it was over A bored sigh from the little maid echoed his wish She was looking dully about the room again and presently her big brown young ause I instruments personlooks lip gravelydown perfumedbonholllli re person eyes lit the man who leaned back while the others leaned forward and who looked her with friendly while the others examined her sore foot She his glance with scrutiny He pleased her was good to look had a lower on his coat Clearly this was something she did not expect among this ugly men little maid was unconsciously realizing the difference between a chap with a good tailor and an eye for ties and the stu dent who is too absorbed to care what he has on They looked steadily at each other the young fellow with a on his lips and eves e returned the child with pleased appreciation dawning in her eyes she also Then she laughed aloud Pretty man she chuckled pointing with her chubby forefinger at the well youthThere roar from the class and the young fellow blushed a red at the honors thrust upon him The man next him grinned She recognizes you Leggatt he said The lecturer with a smile proceeded to time boys case girl M foot free and js extended her arm to f M the class tWI want to go to him she cried her ftmfalips quivering with ex citement Hush dear said 4fthe nurse reprovingly But the Take me she begged with her eyes fixed on Leggatt- He shook his head smilingly at her and turned his lice resolutely toward the lecturer In a second or so in spite of himself he stole a glimpse at the She was still seated on dangling her little legs with her arms pleadingly extended and with great tears eyes Young moved uneasily tried to onk away uttered a forcible exclamation his and then finally with an impulse he could not control dashed out of his seat to the front of the room and tool the now child in his arms The lecturer was his duty ti frown then turned his back so that he was not supposed to know what was going on The young retired with till little girl to the end of the hall and sat down taking her up on his knee TIll nurse hovered near The little girls ewes danced She smiled up at the handsome youth hulk IK was wiping her tears away Then she mieRtm IS TL 1 down oj frownedIt z rr tier 1 s t it proceeded to have one of the best times in poor life She found out why his hair was parted in the middle fad why he wore a She counted the diamonds in his watch and traced his initials on its back She learned how to make rabbits out of handkerchiefs and elicited his admiration of her own new one with the blue lowers in the border His pockets revealed unknown treasures She hieroglyphics on his ivory tablets with a silver So far enjoymentIt through his last pocket that she unluckily chanced on the bonbonniere outside box was tied with pretty pink string She wanted the ler trade IUS string The young man gave it to her Naturally opened the box to see what was inside had not been the Inside was another box How tunny The second box was glittering Funnier still Perhaps it would open also Just at this young Ieggatt had his attention distracted for one perilous moment and when he came back to his play with the little maid he received an shock She had opened the silver lid and was gazing in of wX ll delight at the sweets iliK and ribbons within x a feminine in iwf tuition she recognized the contents although 4 MffiyA she could never have seen Anything similar She at him ssS as if it hail been t a game and she had found the handker chief Candies she joyfullyYes the miserable but truthful young man Then she generously offered him one He seized the opportunity and took the box from her wishing he had never been born pretty box shuts Now wrap it Put it away and he slipped it into his pocket Her Lice looked inert at him and he weakly added Hunt fur it again She looked doubtfully at him for a minute while he basely tried to divert her attention He out time big dud beside him and time interesting fact that tin pendulum swung all night and nil day lint little maid not being of the sex which Is with the insides of machines gave the most cursory glance at the clock and began an instant search for the fascinating candies The young fellow groaned within himself If it were an ordinary bA of the pour little thump be welamc to it But VAl GUS pro rlIl1l11e I 4 0 V 1I It i1 gail t r J crie I d r uuid J ooIt Ir l his nth i 4 j y Kr concerned bumb ups this especially ordered one with htr initials on each candy the precious tongs and box from monogram on its lid There was no time to get else for her In less than an hour he would be at her birthday dinner Why had he been such an as not to sent it by post To let himself into this just because he was beguiled into wanting to give it into her hands himself see radiant lace And if he let her birthday go bv without a reminder she be hurt Perhaps she would say No when so careless a lover asked to marry him Then that fellow Rowley no doubt his was already received He had been so cocksure of able to knock Rowley out with the daintiness and appropriateness of his own gift never have thought of anything so novel Hang it all the should not have these would her a couple of boxes tomorrow and send them to A sudden shuffling of feet warned him that the lecture ceased He looked down at the child She had found the box and was preparing to open it again I must go one he said I will bring two boxes of candies tomorrow me have this one But she clung to the box lo baby forlornlyIt that told how accustomed she was to having things taken from her that went to heart He tried miserably to detach her little fingers she held tight and the tears to come in her eyes With a ejaculation he desisted from his halfhearted looked at each other for a in silence the girl the tears ning down her cheeks a quiver on her lips the man with a struggle in face held the box close in both small hands Suddenly he beckoned to the nurse you take this little girl he asked gently kissing the child There are a sweeties here touching the box I hope will alloy her to keep them And he hurried out of the door He outstayed the others after the dinner party The girl continued a conversation It was trot kind of Mr Rowley she said passionately to embarrass me by giving me such an expensive gift A few flowers one likes But a goldlined box with my monogram on it even if the value of it were disguised by tilling it up with candies Why even the candies had my initials on them It was execrably bad taste The young fellow pondered within him self he 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highcrowned with a very narrow brim a seedy black broadcloth suit made with a long coat a low picca dilly collar and a black shoestring tie was alwnvs scrupulously brushed and hilt toned anti when he walked lie carried him erect and progressed deliberately like a man who thinks well of himself Altogether although not statuesque he was imposing anti because of his peculiar moral anti physical endowments his skittish young fellowemployees and other frivolous persons Old and Tsquare but this never having heard he did not heed His recreation was simple but to him never monotonous entire leisure time was occupied in perusing The Financial Rfvinc and like publications which to the tyro seem somewhat arid but whose stocklists and other information afforded Mr Jopling the utmost intellectual satisfac tion and stimulated his arithmetical imagina tion to blissful if somewhat elephantine sportiveness with solid facts anti pOllder ous figures on a day Miss Mehetabel Rascom j extracting from a rather lean old black stocking which had been darned with white tunket The new account of course came under the notice of Mr Jopling and from that he marked her she went Pondering upon these facts and figures in the qualities fortunes of Miss Meheta bel Bascom and his own Mr Abijah Jop ling with that acute with which leaven had blessed him saw Opportunity flirting with him out of the and knowing that Opportunity nice woman may make at a man yet not seek him he determined to seize the moment and to deal with her Mehetabel he said to himself is a woman of business I will waste no words but talk straight business and come to the point without needless That very evening having smoothed the nap of his respectable stove pipe and well to the general neatness of attire he betook himself with delib erate and dignified footsteps to the shop of Miss Mehetabel He found that lady behind her counter having waited upon last customer and being about to close for the night Without beating about the bush and in cool and measured but must respectful tones after he had exchanged greetings with Miss Bascom Mr Jopling to state his business Miss Mehetabel he said I have known you for severed years and a part of that time have been acquahittd personally with you What I have htrird you been most highly to credit and my own personal observation has only confirmed the common report of your industry your econ omy and your talents for business Abi jth a moment to let his words sink in before he continued I am myself not wholly unknown to he went on a slight drawing up of the figure and a little swelling out of Fur many years I haw been cuniuvtrd with the First Na tional Bank of and I lave Inn pet haps if I may be allowed to say so a nut unimportant factor in the steady growth success of Miss Aehetlbel stood behind lur milliter her arms folded her gray eyes with Iheir piercing black dots of pupils las Itlied upon the countinaiice of Ar Abijah Jopling liiUlunnvn maintained its normal Impassive gravity She attenlivHv tiiMlv m iv hue wondii fd object he hid in iew but uitli her uinositv as m emu MAN and boy fur problems selfvery mental d Plumb bob deposited e e eyes auspicious circumlocution II Itr II with I tot lull II n ly lIt thirtyfour began bolt tit i Was listen lii melt 1 tional weakness not to be expresses She neither commented nor encouraged but merely waited for him to unfold himself My present salary lie continued is 2000 per annum and I have invested in shares in the Railroad Company 57653 which is at present seven per cent dividends and which will when the have purchased the controlling interest yield at ten per cent per annum Mr Jop ling paused again this time to note the his statement but Miss Bascom displaying no perceptible evidence of emo tion and still him silently thud As an employee of the First National Rank of he resumed it has come under my notice Miss Mehetabel ceiving of course in a bank of deposit no nterest whatsoever Suppose iss abel now do not be startled at what I am about to say Aiss Mehetabel looked about as likely to be startled as a wooden Indian and fullv as selfcontained as a hardboiled egg suppose I say that 7653 were added to sum would amount to 16 This sum invested in shares of the Squawtunket and Squawoag Railroad paying dividends of ten for I have it on the highest authority that the Vander bills fully intend to take the afford an annual income of in round i6oo this added to my salary would amount to 2800 and as the annual profits of your business here amount to not less I place the grand total at 3800 Now Miss hetabel said Abijah throwing back his head and eyeing Miss Bascom with the air of an who had made out a lucid and all but unanswerable a case will perceive the end of this somewhat interview I have the honor to offer you is I would like no I er w will be kind enough to marry me Miss Bascom Rather to his but much remarkable manner indeed and to no such passionate outburst of affection Instead of continued to regard him immovably arms folded boltupright the points in her gray seeming to the glasses of her steel bound spectacles and to gimlet into the very brain Abijah After she had thus continued to gaze for about twenty seconds and when had been reduced to a state bordering closely on imbecility she spoke be a nice arrange ment she said very deliberately a very nice arrangement Abijah brightened up at once and was be trayed into acquiescing Yes indeed when she Fur Ez fur me now thet Ive found out that folks is a pryin and apeepin ento my private affairs an them en thets got my money en charge is adevisin intriggin to lay hands onto et to put et ento wildcat railroad sheers an bullin an an other un christian bedevilment I intend to dror all my money out of the Bank to to take et over to Squaw oag where I know it will be safe And you man she added grimly can be very thankful to me ef I tell the direc tors all about your little on ad1 Marry you Why you oughter be thinkin about a funeral in slid of a weddin youre old enough When Mr Abijah Jopling reached home live minutes later was somewhat Hushed from the rapidity of his motion thither if not from causes anti as he glanced at himself in the mirror of his bureau lie noticed that not only was his hat rammed down very upon his head hut that it had peen put on backwards Now never before in the whole course of Ar years had he once put his hat on wrong end foremost and let it be added never again in tie entire course of his career was he observed wearing it in any such unseemly or abnor mal fashion MORI VALUABLE FOWMAN If you want me to work that twodollar pants ad youll have to cut about three verses o1 this poem SlUt I OKI AN AVivbe old but it sill mak anJerbilt II i re slightfeelingII presentthe j 06 controlwould numbers t than Iooo vou extraordinary happenedMissave l an an youn I in EIJITOHBut if I JII that it wont I I oag t meaner you barb morrorntornln cuttins r1 4 4 4 4 4 rr mgs furtv eight tilt nttke Yl- lV A Womans 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IInSWclto this altllcss CHI lltt 1 j H rat hhmCI III ii ten itf take i 11lIA sit r My L11iv DULLAIt package is by mall tO Otte months receiver stn don keml nothing nt tea wears cnntstin5free nail will in etlicaeiutis water at the geological discovery marvel of the century tor curing such tls iisease iheart Liver bladderlilnicnts Ilsorders Grippe butt amid as thotisands and as ono answering age ills sex ills oiler will challenge the attention and eonsideration gratitude of who sum iTers pains detted worse wour oily your soul iug Tilt CO IIIY 1 5 t5 North Ave PHYSICAL I CULTUREIilll9i deep breathing is to the or organic man as pre in our last issue active is to the outer or mus cular man The term active exercise is comprehensive embracing all forms of whether in the course of our daily occupations in the varied forms of the or pastimes or in athletics calisthenics or gymnastics Walking as well as energetic household avocations in fact whatever regularly and results in muscular and expansion thoroughly within the of ex excise as do regulation motions laid down by physical culturists and in gymnasiums Yet average woman hold duties whose outdoor life is limited to nn occasional promenade by way of recrea tion or to her to the markets or shopping taboos the idea of exercise as wholly her She either time or she gets exercise enough while at the time a sallow muddy complexion dull eyes lustreless hair bodily functions or a of other are unimpeachable witnesses impugning her They show that she has time to be ill to up with a nervous or sick headache with a fright ful bilious attack or other ills all of which proclaim a lack of proper exercise What Is Exorcise Before proceeding with the exercises the woman ought to know the mechanical or physiological meaning of exercise The average woman is inclined to doubt or to deem absurd the statement that exercise will make a thin stout and a fat slender However in congruous seem the physiology of the phenomena makes the the muscles are composed of bundles of little fleshy fibres or exceedingly fine threads each fibre is composed of strings of cells slightly elliptical in shape With muscular j Y motion an infinity of these YY cells is U O carried as waste by O i the venous circulation and to ftM be rebuilt structure tad energy the arterial blood which has just been freshly charged oxygen or vital energy in the lungs The more frequently these cell structures are by muscular contraction and expansion the greater will be the number of cells therefore the greater the volume force and density of the muscle In addition the increased low of blood for the reconstruction of these cells produces a corresponding increase in the ac system This forces more blood through the heaitand into the lungs to be purified and oxygenated which From the enlarged supply of oxygen in the blood there are two results First there is a greater consumption or combus tion of waste or ofvhcb is out and secondly the removal of the old matter as well as the augmented fore generated this full supply of oxygen going to all the organs more ma terial to the new tissue This must be received through the act of nutrition and nature manifests this need by tilt craving for food This is the only lawful for creating as the muscular exertion not only produces the desire for food but also supplies the force for its digestion and This explains how additional tissue or muscle on and superfluous or diseased material is a normal healthful mud confor mation Is produced No definite results are to be one in for ex ercise haphazard or in a desultory sort of way must persistent energetic sys tematic and exact to be WHAT vl dancin comets engng tt tt veracity be laid person downto- be in constru ted t s re l shattered mil assimilation The Business Woman Then there is the business woman or the host of women employed in sedentary or in and factories who if they cannot make a few minutes morning and evening fora little exercise in breathing and f r e e h a n d movements k might find their walks to and p from business one of the MvwiM perfect methods toward the re tention and of health and beauty For harmonious development of the physique there is nothing in all the culture to compare with walking when performed properly The Woman of Leisure Then there is the third class to whom active exercise is vitally essential the woman of leisure who if at all interested and she is quite likely to be takes up physical culture as a fad spasmodically in the German Delsarte or other systems of gymnastics mId eventually settling on that passive form of is the least exertion to her gence and relaxation for her crosscountry runs her horseback rides in park her golf and other sports aid JL Nature and the masseur in re the preservation of her mani j fold Regardless of station in the social scale vTlH Nature has been prodigal of her gifts to the Americana woman who is universally admired for her physique R and symmetrical proportions i r With these as a starting point she sets out to reach the perfection of physical charms and health and all that is required of her is that she learns to properly and consistently pursue the avocations which has marked for her The initial in this direction is to master and religiously adhere to the habit of as fully described in our last issue Since stood and practiced before taking the following exercises which are really The Gospel of Rest This brings us to the question of over any length of time after the novelty has worn off This applies as often as to the women engaged in the dull routine of household as to the active business woman or the energetic man of affairs Exercise whether mental or physical and giving effect are only beneficial when stage is arrived at either another set of organs or muscles should beset in motion or complete relaxation should be indulged in tt mIst beyondher her whathasdeepbreathing atby manuallabor isNatures occupations ail round e ill Tins ATrors- IF Yof WUI SI3NO AimUKSS OP A IKHSON WHO WITHIN A YUAU WIII HAVH UH1S Foil THU CHICAGO A AiroN MAIIWAY s Ill I of IdNWNETR AIIOVI WI5 WIJl SIAIITO YOU A iMtTiUK i x IMCIIKS OK Tun ArroNs KNOINHIW JK ix AI J TION YOlT WIII TUIr IM IX WHAT IMTIIMtfATIOV YOI IlKAI T1IISAI- vnnTiHHMUNi wig wni HUNIJ TO YOU A IAMIItrirr THU H1C1 aFMT UAMHHA IX THU WOULD iKO T OllAHTroX Greatest offer s IT Hurts ilc llciu ii iiiuuy ciifrtvc1 Ilk 1M pint csr illiKiiar il H2U YEARS thorough More iiiiyiii mioceiillt fouii- IJn rut rico ntl in riMr lrlifrrr HOlZMF CO Ucil lliauiai DearlHiru M Illicit Reducing the Weight Corpulency is notlrng more nor less than an accumulation of tty deposit about weak muscles which offer a ready receptacle for the adherence of fat cells all the muscles in the body the abdominal walls are the most jealously guarded from activity the inertia encour ages the accumulation of the fatty deposit hence the first manifestation of obesity is in the abdominal region Those exercises which call the 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houurs t hIs world fatuous liSt lllS ale llrlIlt tfter Ienutry spa the croemcd r ntny t phYSlelau MSS IIISIOI of New Zealand and Her Marvelous lirnwlh ol Hair chemist at the luail of the great Attenlieim Mcill eat Dispensary has just the startling that he has a com pound that grows hair on any l alil head The doctor makes till claim that titter experiments taking years to complete he has at last reached the goal of his miihitioii To the doctor all heads are alike There cure nurse which cannot lit cured by this remarkable remedy The re cord of the cures already made is truly and were it n t for the high standing of the great physician and the convincing testimony of thousands eitiensall over the country it would stein too miraculous to be true There can he no doubt of the doctors earnest nuss in making his claims nor lan his cures be disputed He dues nut ask any man woman or child to take his or anyone elses word for it Inn he stands ready and willing to send free trial packages of this great hnir restorative to who writes to him fur it enclosing a JCIIH stamp prepay postage In n single night it ins started hair to growing on heads bald for It hits stopped falling hair in one hour It never fails no mutter what the condition age X Old men and young men w nnen and till have profited by the tree tie of this great now discovery If yon tic bald if your latin is falling out or If y ur hair eyebrows or eyelashes arc thin r short write the Altcti Medical Dispensary 5 lititterlield lug Cincinnati encloNing a j teat stamp to prepay postage for a free package and in a short tune vmt will elitiivv ivstnred At Hunt diode PI to 1t il1l The tilt lucid mar- velmt anyone yours or chI iron lit II tulle bo H its bugles red coats hounds tally= horses Some of us are familiar With these beauti ful scenes but those Who are not may haVe them brought right into their homes by my art reproduc tions of hunting scenes in Water color S1 inchesby 13 inches in size They are ideal for the dining room and Work Wonders in the appearance of a room Send cents in stamps or silver and I Will send you the three pictures of the sie aboVe described You could Trot buy them in any art store for one dollar each Your money back if you are not satisfied Ii S HINKLE VJov 19 Maitison Square NKIV rOK CITY ho and 1 in e 2 5 r I 1 f wp 1JII JWo prancing r EDJ w N MANAGLDy Stephen Crone IN the first kt there liiJ been a farm scene lierein real horses had drunk rent water out of buckets afterward dnuuinji a real igon off the stage L Ihe audience was consumed with tion of this play and the 77wv Uou rang to roof with the crowds The second act was nov well advanced The hero cruelly victimized by his enemies stood in prison panting with futile while two brutal warders fastened real handcuffs on his wrists and real anklets on his ankles And the hovering villain sneered Tis well Pettingill said the prisoner You have so far succeeded but mark you there will tonne a tulle The villain retorted with a cutting allu sion to the young lady the hero loved Curse you cried the hero and he made as if to this demon but as the pitying audience saw he could take steps only incites long Drowning the mocking laughter of the villain came cries from both the audience and the people back of the wings Fire Fire Throughout the great house resounded the roaring crash of human beings moving in terror and even above this noise could be heard the screams of women more shrill than whistles The building hummed and shook it was like a glade which holds some bellowing cataract the mountains Most people who were killed on the stairs still clutched their playbills in their hands as if they had resolved to save them at all costs The TiiitnCtic iti fronted upon a street which was not of the first importance es pecially at night It aroused when the people came to the theatre told aroused they came out to go home On tine night of the tire at the time of tine scene tween the enchained hero and his tormentor tile thoroughfare echoed with only the scrap ing shovels of some were loading carts with the blackened snow and mud The gleam of lights made the sudowed pavements deeply blue save where lay some yellow reflec tion Suddenly a policeman came running fran tically along the street He charged upon the on a corner Its red light touched with llaine etch of his brass but tons and the municipal shield Me pressed a lever He had been standing in the to the theatre chatting to the lonely man in the To send an alarm was a platter of seconds Uut of the theatre poured the first hun dreds of fortunate ones and some were not altogether fortunate Women their bonnets living cried out tender names men white as death scratched and bleed ing looked wildly from fall to face There were displays of blind brutality by the strong Weaker men scrambled and clawed like cats From the theatre itself came the howl of a gale The policemans lingers hIJ Hashed into instant action the most perfect counterattack to the tire He for some seconds and heard the thunder of a charging She swept around a corner lieu three shining horses leaping Her the hose cart roared behind her were the I ud the hoofs hoarse shouts uteri running the lash of lights while the real garb Ie I shod ail ntra great are the Pkth Id its I her street plunle like tire hox entrance box ollice consort clicks ut steel crevicelike streets resounded with the charges of other engines At the tirst of tire the two brutal warders load dropped the arms of the hero and ran off stage with the villain The hero called after them angrily Where ore you going Here Pete Tom youve left me chained up damn you The hotly of the theatre now resembled mad surf rocks but the hero did not look at it He was tilled with fury at the stupidity of the two brutal in for getting that they were leaving him man acled Calling loudly he hobbled off the longBehind of flames smoke tilled with sweeping on spiral courses rolled thickly upon him Suddenly his face turned chalk color be skin of manly bronze for the stage Ibis voice shrieked Pete Tom damn you come back youve left me me up He moved down a passage taking longHe theatre for seven mired out behind the stage He knew that it was a long way to the street door The heat was intense From time to time masses of tlaming wood down from above him He began to jump Each juiiip advanced him about feet but the effort soon became heartbreaking Once he fell and it took to get upon his feet gain were stairs to descend From the top of this flight he tried to fall feet first precipitated himself in a way that under common conditions would have broken his But every seemed covered with glue and on almost every one he stuck for a moment He could not even succeed in falling down stairs Ultimately he reached struggleThere of the light he lay for an instant with his mouth close to the floor trying to breathe Then he tried to scale this frightful preci puce up the face of which many an actor had gone at a canter Etch succeeding step arose inches from its fellow The hero dropped to a seat on the third and his feet to the second step From this position he lifted himself to a seat on the step He had not gone far in this manner before his caused him to lose his balance and he rolled to the foot of the flight After all he could fall down stairs lie lay there whispering They all got out but me all but me Beautiful llames flashed above him Some were crimson some were orange and here and there were s of blue green A curiously calm thought conic into his head What a loll I was not to foresee this I shall have Rogers make manacles of tomorrow The thunder of the made the theatre have a palsy Suddenly beat his handcuffs against wall cursing them in a loud wail Blood started from under his Soon he began to bite the hot steel old blood fell from his blistered mouth He raved like a wolf Peace came to him again There were charming effects nni1 the Ihmes He felt vets cool delightfully cool Theyve left me chained up ln II blubberIII withoutlight There frellz ton ll t tire lions ru I tr fingernails OUR MARTYRED PRESIDENTS LINCOLN GARFIELD McKINLEY The above are miniature illustrations of line lithographic steel engravings of two of our are unable to show a cut of the ji it was in work when our advertisement went to press We have had these drawn for us at an enormous ex and would like to see one of each in Christian home and school room through out the United States as a tribute to honor integrity and uprightness are from the latestand most approved photographs are on signed with the facsimile signatures of each President The set of three cnn be had tinfrained for 50c or the If the engravings are not entirely satisfactory return and wu will your money e want agents Write for terms MURRAY PICTURE CO 52 E 19th St N Y City Honal e artcll en mln eur CCf lngIU hun lr oakframe exet p se SMALL POXt yu rsll v It Sll i I Curtf Constantly mel f l WIT xtV Ill a In orphan asjlum ami lu iuvcr 0ntaBi ors Disease nut evenI1 inriolf within its i iJ TJii hi i is unprc cl t I In the omit ti n in tIe world ThIs wnnilerliil fviiirity triitaiiis harmful ar I may nivn t ate ilul licit It is marirlltus i is ill k tlv sv in liiiniuiiu a ul uiH iilxollite nritrctl i t v fr Siuill lx Uit such common Ii lllltlitliru Mca lrt cUwllll nir h y r thni tlu iliviUl Siiill iox us 4 iiritit will tltio harm Kit If ire rt Iimiv lv Mother niit Ir unlUi nilliiii uiis Jntc fr lllFifty CentsM DRUG CO JJ Nam St Sew ork Citj THE POKER SET lover of attractive pictures knows immediately what the TRUTH series are No more popular set of pictures was ever known are six of them in the set and portray the game of drew poker in various sections the Swell Club West the Diplomats at Washington and other stations so well known to all The pictures are reproductions of and so perfect is the work that the expert fails to tell offhand whether they Ire originals or not They approach watercolor sketches closer one would think possible We will send them to you for 50 cents each or G for 2 00 Thcy are 17 inches by 21 inches and you help but be pleased with them Order at once THE TRUTH CO 19th jtrect and 4th Avenue New York City I r 1IIi Ied I 1 IL 111 I I l ut ill ll 1Ilhi a till IIIIi drml 1 1 Ii a lt I Ih till It 11 I III irc1llt rR hdl u Ilr SI h1 r U Eer in size Can nut a Scar rc tus1 Ll dl IN Itr Law lh ra Slaw x hiG4 nt s aria Itt ttgl u iu Jthat iIn irrttlIre illlinun iilll 1 Milt f watercolors Childrens Corner FOR THE F flaps and paste them on the story of Cinderella v cvdOsird then cut out figures bend t and you have a beautiful scene illustrate LITTLE 1 22 cardbo o lIrs t tCy 1 r xa1R the c wand WONDERFUL Stories Told About Captain laud ORIENTAL lUCKY STONE CAPT W I RAND Private Jinrickishaw Remarkable stories are bring made public of tin onder ful Kick which purchasers of the Oriental lucky Stone airhaving The possession of the store sicms to cliinyc the periods in mans life and those who riaveheen suffering the niiseiies of thr pocketbook and had the baldest kind of luck ol business depression and illness make the statement tint after purchasing one of Capl hands lucky stones a change was eiiaclril at once Poor men come In possession money sick people become well and In fact it serins as if u luck the pos session of the lucky stone These stores are imported the Island of Ceylon India rind are known woildovrr as the true Oriental lucky stone Captain Rand a number of years ago was left deserted on island without frirnd or a cent of money An old Hindoo gave him a tacky stone changed und it was but a short time before he had made a fortune Me returnee to DUMOII and most prosperous businrs until one day he lost the stone when pursued hint lie loU thing until he found his treasured lucky stone and within an hour after securing it his lurk Vnmlcrlul III deed are the stories told by the purchasers of these tacky stones Good luck or bad luck is the lot uf everybody Some seem born to good luck bthiix t i bad a veer margin of separation omr think the possession ul wearing the opal brings bad lurk others will nut have any birds on it fur the imr limit all ore of one mind who are the fortunate possessors cf lPCKY SlONK and that is to nrnr part with it Some they ilo nut believe m luck do account then if sue rrlitive dies you never heard ut and inherit n sun of money Is this luck 1 A rich man a pour young lady her friends always sriy How lucky she is WASHINGTON I C jRth Srptembet lyul Drauvoir Woodlcy Dear Mr Hand I have received time Iuckv Stones and handed one to Mis Downy Vc butte Intcnil wearing them for all time and I am sure they will bring ol iood luck Sincerely DKWKV Admiral U S Navy Valler I Rand Huston Mts Kcnardinj the liuky Stiinc I oblulned lea months ago I would that while I refer was a tiers brlievti in such things I put it in mv pockctboik and have k pt it there etrr Kinr During the time I tact hid it I have been paid several accounts that I had up all hopes ol over ujlltctini in fart two of the parties had errand oil lor unknown do not would nut have paid had not carried the Lucky Stone tu say tin I been very foitunalc in such matters I gut It and shall continue l carry it truly FRANCIS C 17IHHS K IliilUine USS Ainphitnlu New llrdfor Jet srd 3 oclock Pear Cat Kami I have much pleasure in ncki th rriripl tho beautiful mymvnuui lucky which accept my hearty ilinnk I urn srry I S US N Coinmandinir So impressed has Call Rand been with the good lurk bringing f the Oriental Lucky Stone hah secured a limited and wilt them a a lli last fur one dollar rah Vu liny secure either by calling at his place i l busings at i7o Tremont Street ur enclose 1 mail Pile pi ihrne famous Oriental Luck tunes ifi be sent y u y return tout J 111 Ih a engaged In a CCI etcc 011 011 large j lan 10la uurs Dar II IY hen these asl hate han III italic lot please hlllerl UII tinnier melt one IN runt name rw mason theft say nut loam ries i n S Iart rain tau parts that liar since Yours tyi I f tL STUN apt long and Mir roust dramatic au Ut luus and iniereistinf ok tefotr the public Kvcry illustration Miliitsuut some common and popiln sinner of the present lime It abcxintU in M hlntv anil will be read with a tiiiRh the lirtt to the last page If you were in took at the honk every even for live you wo Id still find sumac thing ties and faucinn int time you picked it I K years up n t rout trig every Ion sit so ZIMMERMANS 1S8 Fifth Avenuo New YorK CONSTIPATION INDIGESTION TORPID Lm liioll iii M l UIUNUI i i Ii i Hi i t ifhiir 4iiv v Kirrcitlii Urt lnl f Iris hi THK KiiVITMS DIUMi Nan York p of very fir PI JIIJai RIll I v d t II tur a l ILh Inst I W bvdtlt rf 1r 0 O 1 r tale took ou6 reef 1h wnnhcv ti ov ii Urr Iturirr of all1s ctetoa Ur n- of i itt ul ti t i r lak i v lr li arm i1 nl it tout uiul utn tiniii soreu ill IIt al fr punt Il t uillo rIll lli ii till a a list lie the loins hieruilti iliail Ni nit ihr- crINllwkaytrhut yu pnfeON amlbippri- virrl ii it Sir NI R s II p y FEMININE NOVELTIES it t cw411 1 111rr r fA NEW THING IN CHATELAINE BAGS We give here an illustration of one of the very newest and most artistic which can easily made at home and though elab orate in is not at all to con struct It is made of a pretty soft gray shade of suede and rated with bright steel beads and lavendar satin The lin ing is of heavy lavendar sat to match A the work on the out side t L t- In a V The clasp Is of steel with a steel chain and can b e Jif1 bought at any dry goods r shop has holes on easilybeThis bag is six inches long and five Inches wide when finished cutting half an Inch should be allowed the seam around the edge The lining should be cut the same size and seamed separately so that the raw edges will all Inside the outside should all be done before the seams are sewed and then it is better to sew them on a machine as this will make the edge much closer and At the top the lining should hemmed over the suede so that there a perfectly smooth finish inside and on the turned over lining will be claspThe be traced directly from our Illustration since it is little smaller than the tfft actual size of the bag and the slight necessary Mw o p workon stronger narrowly W t wn SSOh k iz N l enlargement win noi be troublesome The edges are outlined with steel beads on in the usual and j the scroll work f Is cut from the satin and bast ed on firmly the be ing covered by the beads desired this pattern can ed In laven dar directly suede This Is much less trouble and Is as pret ty as the satin which JTO requires to felse it and work look botch ed j I on 1 jt wrlnl leIlh V I l 4 or WW t U almost neatly r A SOFA PILLOW NOVELTY One of the newest things In is a round and rather thick pillow such as is shown in the illustrator on this They make a variation from the usual square pillow and somewhat thicker than the ordinary sofa are corres pond ing lv more comfort able The special features tT of one shown Q here is the double jo the edge vtf is very full and and at the same time keeps in better than a ruffle vv separatelytheThe top puff runs well in toward the middle of the pillow so as to come finally under the piece in the center which fastened on the foundation at each of the points The center of the pillow is of linen in its natural color It is cut in scalloped points and em broidered around edge in silk of the same color The center is embroidered in a carnation pattern with rich red silk which is matched in the heavy satin form puffsThe the puffs and pointed can be carried out in any desired com combined with shaded reddish purple satin for the puffs Pin cushions which for the few years have been all but banished from fashionable dressing tables are coming ago has been so nearly universal that no women save the most conservative and old fashioned have continued to use cushions for their pins J f puffaround t soft- A In centerpiece extremelyharmonious trayfor c CIIAITLAISI IIAU OP SUEDE DbCORATEIl WITH SUUL READS i j U ooif I Whence Comes This Mighty Healing Power All the Land Wonders at the Remarkable Cures Effected by Prof Heals Diseases Called incurable Ministers Doctors and Professional Men Tell How He Has Cured the Blind the Lame the Paralytic and Many on the Very Brink of Death Free Help For the Sick Professor Offers to Help All Sufferers from Any Disease Absolutely Free of Men Investigate His Powers 1 Adkin Adkin ChargeProfessi- onal PROF THOS F ADKIN President of the Institute of Pitysldans end Surgeons In all parts of the country men and women doctors and surgeons clergymen and educators are wondering at the remai k able cures made by Prof Thomas A Adkin discoverer of the Adlcin Vitaopathic Professor Adkin heals not by drugs nor by Christian Science nor by Osteopathy nor by Hypnotism nor by HI but by a subtle psychic force of nature in combination with certain vital magnetic remedies which contain the very elements of life and health- A reporter recently talked with Professor Adkin and was asked to invite all readers of this paper who are sick or who are worried by the of those dear to them to write to him for assistance Some people have de clared said Professor Adkin that powers are of God they call me a Divine a man of mysterious powers This is not so I cure because 1 understand nature because I use a subtle force of nature to build up the system and restore health But at the same I believe that the Creator would nut have given me the opportunity to mulCt the discoveries I have made nor the ability to develop them if He had not intended that I should use them for the good of humanity I therefore feel that it is my to give the benefit of the science I practice to all who are suffering I want to tell renders that they can write to me in the strictest confidence if they are troubled with kind ot disease I will thoroughly diagnose their cases and a simple home treatment which I positively guarantee to eftict a com plete cure absolutely free of cJiarge I care not how serious their cases nor how hope less tot y may seem I want them to write me ands let nit make them well I feel Unit this is my lifes work So great is the sensation wrought in the ftidsuHial gentlemen were asked to investi gate the cures Among the gentlemen were Doctor IK Hawley and Dr L U Doane both famous unit surgeons After a thorough and painstaking investigation these eminent were so astounded at the farreaching of Professor Ad kin and the wonderful efficacy of that they volunteered to forsake all other ties in life and all other kinds of treatment III dllt ou an and performed I treatment and devote themselves to assisting Professor Adkin in his great work for humanity With the discovery of the Adkin Vitaopathic treatment eminent physicians are generally agreed that the treatment of disease has at last been reduced to an exact science- In all some 8000 men and women have been cured by the powers of Professor Ad kin Some were blind some were lame some were deaf some were paralytics scarcely able to move so great was their infirmity Others were afflicted with disease heart disease consumption and other socalled incurable diseases Some were sufferers from kidney trouble dyspep sia nervous debility insomnia neuralgia constipation rheumatism female troubles and other similar ills Some were men and women addicted to drunkenness morphine and other evil habits In all cases Profes sor Adlcins treats he guarantees a cure Even those on the brink of the grave with all hope of recovery gone and despaired of by doctors and friends alike have been re stored to perfect health by the force of Vitao pathy and Professor Adkins marvellous skill And remarkable as it may seem distance has made no difference Those living far away have been cured in the privacy of their own homes as well who have been treated in person Adkin asserts that he can cure any one at any distance as well as though he stood before them Not long ago John Adams of Ulakesbury Iowa who had been lame for 20 years was permanently cured by Professor Adkin with out an operation of any kind About the same time the of Rochester N Y was startled by the cure of one of its oldest residents Mr P A Wright who had been partly blind for a long period John E Neff of Millersburg Penn who had suf fered for years from a cataract over his loft eye was restored to perfect sight without an operation From Logansport Indiana comes the news of the recovery of Mrs Mary Eicher who had practically deaf for a year while in Mr G V Savage a noted photographer and artist who was not only partially blind and deaf but at deaths door from a complica Vitaopathy cures not one disease alone but it cures all diseases when used in com bination with the proper remedies If you are sick no matter what your disease nor who says you cannot be cured write to Professor Adkins today tell him the lead ing of complaint how long you have been suffering and he will at once diagnose case tell you the exact dis ease from which you are and prescribe the treatment that will cure you This costs you absolutely noth ing Professor Adkin will also send you a copy of his marvelous new book entitled tl tow to he Cured find How to Cure This book tells you exactly how Professor Adkin will cure you It fully and com phtely describes the nature of this wonder treatment It also explains to you how you yourself may possess this great healing and cure sick around you Professor Adkin does not ask one cent for his services in this connection They will In given to absolutely free He has oracle a wonderful discovery and he wishes to place it in the hands of every sick in this country that he may ho restored to perfect health and strength Mark your letter personal when you writ and no one but Adkin see it Address Irofesw Thomas F Adldn oflice 666 F Hochor New York as those perfecthealth our tut YOU Professor Others Great Medical Discovery that Cures this Dangerous and Disfiguring Disease at Home Without Pain or Inconvenience TRIAL PACKAGE SENT tHEE A 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she herself could not siy whether she would do so or not She was distracted bv hesitation and a confusion of plans and hopes This was Miss Bud nam In halt an hour the anchor would drop and the tale of her future life would be as good told She was standing at the portside passage on the lower deck near was at her side and no one else was in sight the waiters far off at the pantry wiping the breakfast dishes is it Baddington asked Are vour things packed Oh you might leave me alone she ex claimed as if she looked to him for strength in a direction in which her own was feeble dont know what to do After I told you what a chance Ie got I didnt think you againOhhe urged Well have an awful jolly time Give me my way now and shall have when we get to London can friends forever If you will it depends on yourself I tell you Is that what you said to that poor little thing who sits cries iiisiJi all day and is breaking down bv inches No never mind abusing her she hIs no call for your abuse Is that what told her Did your life friendship all depend on her then yes it did he said as he took her hand began a struggle to keep her from pulling it away She was not good enough saw her when there was no one else to her with But whv drag her in You arent like her You can take care of yourself Come must of the and the journey by land will be splendid leave me be tell she cried with real suffering What sort of a man art you Come come Baddington eagerly with his face close to hers be silly Oh you are cruel she moaned still pulling at her hand and yet not so that he not easily keep hold of it That hand likelier inclination pulled both and hesitating between both There the engines slowed up some tint ago he said and now are calling out for us to go ashore Be quick will you come Doooo Doooo rang loud and clear a llutelike voice from the end of the pas sage I dont want to be rude Baddington urged while he tugged at her hand but there is not a minute to spare Doooo Doooo the flutes yoke Grunted in Come Miss Bucknam dont be fool ish No she cried wrenching her hand from his with a strength for which he was unprepared will not be foolish Ill you instead Im coming DOOO Do voo Doooo the cry came nearer Two chubby Tins reached out so far that at thirty feet they had gripped her heart and she flew to take her little in her arms My Doooo she said my Doo oi Thank God for sending you Dont I know that my good Here cane many smacking busses Would I throw away the only honest love I ever knew You know couldnt dont you More kisses more rapturous than before BiCYCULAR COOPERATION Oh John Im just dying to get a wheel As all of stiles do Stray John wont you in to get it arf Ive always bun you pear Mary you know I could refuse To assist on I so much admiir So if you will get the wheel I hustle annual Raj estan 111 IS ler t ell ou Ve be long i h ou le tired ou H as ii go i help to i r tI hIt It iptd r J yesr a yours you std I lit I they MARY the nike JOHN nee r w ir t III thl EARNED A WATCHWITHOUT COST Do YOU want a watch that runs and keeps good time Our watch has a Gold faid case handsome dial dust to position patent escapement and highly finished This is a remarkable watch We guarantee and proper care it should wear and give satisfaction for 20 years It has the of a Solid Gold one The movement is an American Style expansion balance quick train and can rely upon it that when you own one these handsome watches always have the correct time in your possession Just the watch for men or those who need a you want a watch of this character If so now is opportunity to secure one We Give a Beautiful Watch as a premium to anyone for selling iS pieces of our handsome jewelry for 10 cents liar Drops Watch Chain and Scarf or Stick Pin Ladies or Lace Pin Locket etc etc send name and address and we will send the iS pieces of jewelry postpaid trust you Your credit is good with us sold us the iSo and we will send you the handsome Gold laid watch We trust take back all cannot sell 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boxes by mail When sold you send us the money we will send you the WATCH with 1 A GUARANTEE FOR 20 YEARS vfeMf the same day money is received There is no humbuggery about Ef this We are giving away these watches to quickly introduce our Remedy all we ask is that when you receive the watch you will f show it to your friends Hundreds have received watches from us are more than delighted with them This is a glorious opportu nity to get a fine watch without paying a cent for it you should write at once Address AMERICAN MEDICINE CO w mi 47 Warren York City WATe H from 25 to 50 Dont throw your away If you I St New 1M c f F St I h Free TrialDEA- TH TO HAIRROOT AND BRANCH I n t rv1E New Discovery by the DELL A Trial Treatment FUEl to Any One Afflicted wlili Hair on Face Neck or Arms I MISSES We hate at hst the discovery which ImKiftltii liiinst aiil ail tliers fr inturle that cif ai vhtely iiriiyin I ur toot ainl iris iy ami ltiiiineiitl wheli t It a tar r K1 the nr k lufka r aims nil tit t 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NE7PkSR Mf COURTSHIP 1 r CARMENCITAI J SHEPHERDESS CANOEIST t t 1 tarn f W vc a y We have just completed arrangements for the introduction of these beautiful Art Pillow Tops two feel square and nre thereby enabled to snake the uost liberal proposition ever presented by which you can obtain these popular and desirable goods without spending n cent of your own money In this comfort loving age there is scarcely a home without its cosy corner and divan with its accompanying nest of pillows To introduce these artistic goods quickly and to show the fine character of the work we will give absolutely Free to any person who will sell only one dozen of our Fast Selling Jewelry Novelties at 10 Cents each beautiful miniature Sateen Pillow Tops all different designs 8 are like illustrations I Art Pillow Top and I Handsome Rag Doll These Pillow Tops are done on fine rt Sateen in beautiful oil colors that will not fade They are works of art and really equal in appearance fine oil paintings Ladies will discover a dozen ways in which they eau be used for decorative purposes The Rag Doll is nine inches high and is especially desirable for small children Write today and we will send the Novelties by mail postpaid When sold send us the money r2o and we will send the Pillow Tops at once all charges paid We allow 30 days to dispose of the Novel ties but if you send us the money within two weeks after receiving them we will send the Handsome Rag Doll which will please and amuse the little an Extra Premium Please remember you will receive all of these premiums exactly as described all charges paid for selling only one dozen Novelties at 10 cents each All we ask is that when you receive these beautiful goods yow will show them to your friends that they may how desirable they are Our Novelties are entirely new and sell readily We take back all goods not sold Do not miss this great opportunity as it will be withdrawn as soon as the Pillow Tops are thoroughly introduced Address CONSUMERS JEWELRY CO Pillow Cover Dept A New Haven Conn w 11 of I f Ji J 12 j I i l s t I L h R folks- see t w Life Size FREEHays clothes will fii Girls can get this beautiful Life Size Doll absolutely Free for only four boxes of our Cold and Headache Tablets at 25 cents a box Write today and we will send you the tablets by mail postpaid when sold send us the money 100 and we will send you this Life Size Doll which is feet high and can wear babys clothes Dollie has an Indestructible Head Hair Rosy Cheeks Brown Eyes Kid Colored Body a Gold Plated Beauty Pin Red Stock ings Black Shoes and will This doll is an exact re production of the finest hand painted French Doll and will live in a childs memory long after childhood days have passed I L DOLL nowt i selling f j 2 Address t alt lit t Greats Golden standalone NATIONAL MEDICINE C Doll wept 17 B New Hav n Conn I t r- I GARLAND INDIAN TEPEE INDIAN HEAD w I or friend than out of our until Century Sets A present that lasts and is always n remainder of this Hut Is up in n huiul sonic in bronze and gold and contains all of till following articles vt I RAZOR best American HnracU Uaniasous arbunlcd Steel con cave jjrouml to rinK at the touch linish with fancy etching Harbors Hollow I HORSIHHUH STROP canvas baek double swim clunjed handle I CHINA MHO with funcv decorations I LATHI2R BRUSH best white bristle large enameled han die I CAKH SOAP highly perfumed enough to last six months I CAKe MAQNIiSIA Imparts n warns smooth to the skin after shaving I SUCK COS AUJ1 1C lustre to moustache and hair The Razor is warranted the manufacturer to laid its cilgv tn lie llrsi class In evirv respect can get this val uable Shaving Set absolutely tree for ONLY our Ouiuc of Ire vuntlon Tablets In Cold Remedy and Headache itiv at s cents a box Cold In out Pay Relieves at Once Write today and we will send you the tablets by mail postpaid When sold send us thu money we will send MANDSOMR SHAVING Sill exactly as Uscribid saute day is received You cannot buy i present for iivi ilolUirs that would be moro appreciated AddressNATIONAL MEDICINE J 17 c New Haven Cong SETNoglazed IN I and sdin UOXrS of Cure it you this I manes II 0 t tulle lil1H r and 1 tboron CO- t Dept