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Tjrrj TJSEXTH YJ Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter LOUIS LAOTRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APR 10 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR mhtl entinl ttoib NUXnEI 14F FOR With full line of Dry Goods Fancy Notions Corsets Hosiery Gloves MILLINERY Shoes Slippers Clothing Hats Shirts Furnishing Goods Mens Boys Shoes READY 1 i 1 t 1- i TRADE t tt I I f I i t r SPRiNG s x We can show the itto inIEloGANDRY GooSCo Ii t i I t t I I III I I I i I a i InterestOf Local Four letters came in too late for this issue We must Have them early in the week A man never wants to be an angel as long as he can make a living at any thing else Another sprinkle of the Beautiful fell Monday night Verily winter is with us for keeps Fishermen say the river is full of gooduns this Spring The chances are they will stay there too Last year Gus Suns Minstrels were voted line This year they are strong er and better in every way Is this your paper or did you send over and borrow your neighbors If you did do not run us down Remem ber you are getting what some other fellow paid for Telephone Card THE RECORD oilice is preparing a new telephone card Ifyou are of putting in a phone do so at once while you can get your name in the pot Delayed Some ef our people were planning a trip to Washington State but snow bound trains in the North west will cause an indefinite delay Early is the time to visit that country Mr Butler Hudson brother of L II Hudson of Lower Garrard was killed by James Flynn a prominent politi cian at Columbus Ga Monday Pol itics is said to have been the cause Parade in Afternoon The Gus Sun show comes from and will not arrive till 3 p m he parade following immediately From here they jump to Somerset not showing at small yule Richmond and Stanford Swim The Lancaster Oil Company has purchased the Wage farm on Rich land creek in Knox county for 25000 The famous Wage gusher is located on this farm and our company gets all the rights of the former owner of the land It is believed that the has made an investment that will bring them a large sum of money s x t f summer I Leb- Anon Jil Dan In The company iJG IvVC 00444 r c444 d New thinking villages J + Not until you have seen the Gus Sun American Minstrels can you say you have seen the best Fiscal Court The Court of Claims was in session three days last week The claims for current expenses amounted to S2100 The court is made up of good business men who guard well the interests of the people Sunday School at Herrings II A B Murksbury desires to meet the children at Herrings school house Sunday afternoon at three oclock to organize a Sunday school Mr Wool lord will preach at that time The Young Peoples Missionary So ciety of the Presbyterian church will give a social at Odd Fellows hall Fri day the 18th at 3 to 5 and 8 to 11 oclock p m Fresh candies for sale Admission free Now Store Mr Joe Faulconer has opened a Racket Store in the Stormes block Danville avenue and has anything you want in the merchantile line Joe is a clever young fellow and the REC oui despeaks for him a liberal share of patronage Drew Tlie nat Last Saturday Noel Sisters offered a five dollar hat to the person guessing nearest the number of violets in their window Miss Sallie Tilletfc and mas ter John Dunn guessed 550 and it was found there was 552 in the jar In drawing straws John got the hat Illohl Versatile Entertainer Elizabeth de Barrie Gill is one of the most versatile entertainers on the concert stage She has a highly cul tivated contralto voice which she knows well how to handle and her songs are as varied as her sketches Philadelphia Bulletin At Court House Saturday night April 12 Benefit Baptist church Admission 3fc Children 2cc Seats on sale at J M Logans Singer and Impersonator Elizabeth de Barrie Gill caught the house at once and her very first selec tion brought forth a storm of applause She is perfect mistress of the platform and Phoenixville public wants to hear her Messenger Phoenix vine At Court House Saturday night April 12 Benefit Baptist church Admission 35cts Children 25cts Tickets on sale at J M Lo gans allowed againThe J l1L A No 1 Mr E D Beiser inspector for the Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance Co was here Monday and went over TIlE RECOKDS steam engine He found K and said it wus one of the best kept he ever saw Mr Beiser is a entlcmanand one of the most expert boiler men in the country Rev Mr Chumley Takes Charge A large congregation greeted Rev C M Chumley afc the Presbyterian church Sunday All are well pleased and belive the church will prosper un der his charge Mr Chumley is a pleas and thosewho are judg es in such matters say he ss a splen did preacher A Good Entertainment The Berea College Glee Club gave a splendid entertainment at the Opera House Friday night The fact that they were coming had not been suffi ciently advertised or they would have had a better audience but as it was only a few people heard them The troupe consists of students of the all white people and their show is worthy of liberal supgort A Word of Ylnriilii As smallpox has appeared in many localities close to us it is well enough for the health authorities to begin taking sieps toward keeping out the disease The usual vacinating ordi nance can be issued as well now as it can later on and TILE RECORD would advise that the work begin at once A stitch in time saves making a pair of breeches you know A Farewell Kiss A dollar spent at home helps pay taxes build churches school houses and does a hundred other things that benefit you When about to spend a dollar away from home think of this and if you must send it away kiss it goodbye for it is gone forever The big mailorder houses will never think enough of you to send it back here Good Show Quo Yadis was presented at the Opera House Tuesday night to a fair audience Considering the excel lent show and its wide popularitv it is surprising that a larger audience was not present People kick for Something refined and deep and when such plays are brought here they dont patronize them Such peo ple are too stingy to go anyway and ought to be the last to complain DresnITIakiiijj Establishment Mrs Maggie Hobbs has fitted up an elegant room just below THE RECOUD office where she is prepared to cut fit and make dresses in the best possible manner She uses the celebrated Work tailor system which insures a perfect fit As soon as the weather justifies she will open an ice cream parlor in connection where ladies will be served with the best cream and calve at reasonable prices Itcmciiiber This Please do not call business houses by phone unless you have something to speak about dont have the time or inclination to quit work and be annoyed by trivial matters Theres nothing so as to have to quit your work and answer a telephone only to have some girl ask Is Willie Softhead there While Willie may be there yet Willie is being paid pretty well to do som thing else The Graded School Of all our recent improvements the Graded School is the most substantial and stands preeminently above them all It is instrumental in bringing about the mental illumination and the moral improvement of and in creating a Wetter citizenship It is the cause of our increase in pop ulation and it has enhanced the value of property besides putting new en terprises on foot and giving new life to business generally Tafty For The Record Cynthiana Lan drams Lancaster Record has entered upon its thirteenth year and hears hoping no bad luck will come its way Stanford Journal The Lancaster Record is 12 years old and Brer Lan dram has been at the helm seven years Kentucky has few cleaner or better papers and heras hoping that it may live long and prospes and that its clever editor may some day get rich enough to buy a share or so of stock in Lincoln countys oil wells A Good Council Our Board of City Council is pro gressive uptodate and economical While they protect the interests of individuals they always leave in view the general welfare and under their administration much will be done that will enhance the value of proper ty and put Lancaster in line with our sister cities They have already con tracted with a firm which agrees to bore for water and guarantees a flow of 50000 gallons per day If this is not done it will cost nothing If it is a success waterworks will cost about 20000 less than they would if we had to pipe to the river If the plant is built at such a reduction the Council will be regarded as public it- o college local mankind DemocratLouis benefactors 1 i ant gentleman especially important Businessmen disgusting 1 The street pageant and musical nival given by the Gus Sun American Minstrels daily is without a peer Dont fail to see it The Coppers to Organize Policemen Sheriffs Detectives and all other officers of like duties will or ganize an association for the purpose of a more systematic plan of criminals They will meet in the office of Chief of Detectives Harry Stough of Lexington on April 10th The committee that will meet there is G T Helm Danville R O Hughes Somerset John Traynor ville and Harry Stough of Lexington This committee will decide on some plan to make the organization and to extend over the State Hustlers Arc Scarce Its almost impossible to employ a boy who will stick to business and hustle Once in a while a good one will show up but he is a curiosity these days We heard of a hustler in Lexington the other day A nent business firm advertised for a boy application to be made in the boys own handwriting They got among others the following scrawled upon a sheet of wrapping paper Dear Sur 1 would like your job I aint got no folks and I haf It beats h 1 how hard times is The boy got the job nest of The Season Manager T B Long informs us that he has booked the Gus Sun American Minstrels at the Garrard Opera House for April 11 The company travels in their own 810000 Pullman Palace car headed by the famous comedian Sam Homer assisted by an able corps of singers dancers musicians acrobats burlesquers European novelties and last but nob least Mr Gus Sun the wizard who has astonished two conti nents with his wonderful juggling and balancing The engagement promises to be a recordbreaker and a program of unusual merit Seats on sale afc Stormes Prices 25c 50c and T5c They Go North Every Spring assoon as the weather begins to get good and hot there is a rush of negroes to the cities and it is impossible to get them to remain and work in the country towns Although receiving good wages they take of the first cheap excursion to get away As soon as the cold weather oegins pinch their trilling hides they rush back home and beg their old situations In a few weeks now these same people will strike out and leave their employers without a word The weather evidently works Rastus as hes bent on going and go he will lie Cautious An arrangement will likely be made between the county court and City Council by which several blood hounds will be purchased and kept in the city It will then be dangerous to visit a chicken roost a corn crib or to en gage in any kind of pilfering as the dogs will be here to start on a fresh trail and they will be sure to land the thief Get the dogs by all means It will not be safe then for any one to be caught in a suspicious place as a crime might be committed and the dogs might get the trail of an inno cent party which would require a con siderable amount of explaining More Improvements Mr William Tillett who was award ed several contracts to put metal on the turnpike roads has leased a rock crusher from parties in Fort Wayne Indiana and he Is preparing to grind the metal at a rapid rate It is said that stone broken by a crusher makes smoother and a more desirable road It has been suggested by Judge Hemp hill that the public square be covered by the screenings the crusher which will make a surface very much similar to cement and our city will be the most beautiful one in the State The screenings will also be valuable for drives and walks in the cemetery rind elsewhere Best People On Earth Many wonder why the above title is dubbed on the Elks In the first place B P O E stands for Be nevolent and Protective Order of Elks but the following lines will ex plain more fully why the boys get the nameTen little lodgemen went out to dine a cocktail killed a Maccabec and there were nineNine little lodgemen drinking their fate down went an Odd Fellow and then there were eightEight little lodgemen thought they were In heaven a small bottle fixed a Forrester and then there were seven Seven little lodgemen playing funny tricks another cork a Red Man and then there were six Six little lodgemen trying to booze and thrive the near round fixed a Woodman and then there were five Five little lodgemon the others on the floor a Malta Knight gave up the ghost and then there were four Four little lodgemen on a lovely tea a Ma son got his habits on and then there were three Three little lodgemen around the brew away went a Pythian and then there were two Two little lodgemen pretty nearly done a Shriner couldnt stand the pace and then there were one One little lodgeman drinking all alone he was an Elk and took the whole branch j capturing Nicholas permanent to hussel t Jon r 1 J ca prom advantage from w homer i Not On Your Life The other night as a RECOUD em ployee was entering the Opera House he heard a little dude with a tendol lar handmedown suit and a head about the size of a walnut remark He gets in free All newspaper men get in free We are aware that this is the general impression and that is why we say here that we gave show 670 worth of advertising in return for which we received four tickets amounting to It would suit us much better to pay cash and receive cash from the show people but thats not the style and we this to show that for every free ticket a newspaper gets it pays two or three times its worth in ad vertising and a papers space is for sale the same as a groceryman sells sugar and coffee A Revolution on Battle Row Chief of police S D Turner and his assistant Mike Turner at a late hour of the night raided several abodes on the chute where chastity is frequently disregarded and a number of colored men and sable damsels They were taken before Judge Ford County attorney J I Hamilton who is making an able moved to dismiss the warrants against four of the couples provided they would agree to be married at once They readily consented a minister was summoned the county attorney paid for licenses they were married and went on their way rejoicing It is hoped that the step will be taken by others and that the marriage vows will be sacredly kept Others were arrested for Blind Tigers and one for ning a Blind Lion or selling coca ine unlawfully A few more raids and the backbone of corruption will be broken in that section Council meeting At the meeting of the City Council Monday night it was decided to re quire all insurance companies doing business in the town to pay a license of per year The tax rate was then fixed at seventyfive cents This was done in order to raise the 62000 to pay the water works debt should the prove successful Of course if ter is not found in sutlicient quantity the tax rate will be put back at the present rate It was further decided that the test for water be increased and the contract now reads that the well is to furnish 50000 gallons per day for three consecutive days The contract has been entered into and 3 publish arrested prosecutor running 5 r tha colored run drilling viva as mentioned elsewhere in this issue if water is not found it will cost the town nothing The Council is hoss sense in this matter and the people should appreciate ther ex cellent work filed lii New Orleans News of the death of W C was received from dew Orleans lIe was a brother of Miss Ann Bettis of this city and was well known by many of our citizens lIe was an upright honest man and pop ular with all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance Display The millinery openings brought a large crowd to town Saturday the streets and stores being crowded all day All the stores Misses Sallie Til lett Joel Sisters and Logans were beautifully decorated and the goods displayed tastily The designs this season are unusually pretty and the stock displayed here being strictly up todate the ladies are charmed by the beauty of the stocks As we say every Spring and Fall you can find just what you want here in Lancas ter and we dont believe any prettier or more stylish hats are shown any where than right here While the goods are much handsomer and than heretofore yet the prices are extremely low and for a moderate price you can get the very latest and effects The RECOUD would advise the ladies who have not seen these displays to come and look at them You will be surprised A Substantial Organization Those who are contemplating tak stock in the DanvilleBuildingand Association should speak to H G Sandifer Sam Lyons or C K Smith about the number of shares they wish to subscribe for The new series will be issued May first The fact that many investment compa nies over the country are breaking and that the local association is in a prosperous condition is proof that an institution conducted on sound busi ness principles as this one is should be encouraged by all who wish to save their earnings and ultimately own their homes There are many here who regret today that their mon ey was not invested in the local instead of foreign concerns which took the bankrupt law and left them nothing but worthless paper for your stock at once Advo cate Bettis- t yesterday tElegant creations ling company Arrange displaying elaborate USEE When You Buy Your Harness The Hardware Man J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors II II 111111 III IIIIIII U S i Buggies t t t Road Wagon I I t t r t t HA9ELnEN f The WalkOver Shoei fOpQ0Q1 O Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of j Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward AtLaw O 0 Spring 1902 i I ann 400 0 350 0o The same high excellence of design quality and workmanship 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 The Geo Co makers of the WALKOVER in an enviable position in the Shoe world 1958000 pairs of shoes were made by them in their own factories during the year ending November 25th 1901 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 350 arid Call and see our stock of WALKOVERS H T The One Price Clothier and Furnisher i tplaced E Keith II 0 I Q Q tooQ Q N o t0 CANo i f J r t 0 z 0Q 0 T t 2 t p 0- e i 0 8- e m- Q 0006000000000 OO 100000OOCi00 000O A31140O9frO tat r aK3a ZE on LtucHs r Oil and Gas ZLisu Par Value of Shares 100 Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J W Alcorn counsel V McC Johnston secretary t 1 J iSou Ey Ix Lou t o ate ca ceal 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 ate 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 ofNew York Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel oil only 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 IV e 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 oil development and operations OUR act ing promptly our company has se PROPERTIESBy 1 1 1 1 We Can Save Money For j I I YouR 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 Wa gon 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 Jis o n J ij I I U ij n j j 1 zj o o o o O o O HOmaDB Elmor 0 0 0 J 0O Q 1 Q 0 O 0 0 O Q O O 0O p 0 p dl gj m CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky April loth igoz THE effort of the Louisville Club to raise funds ble Kentucky exhibit at the St Louis fair is commendable and should re ceive the support of the people The failure of the Legislature to make suitable appropriations was a great mistake Fifty thousand dollars by the state would have made a good showing provided the appointed would nave been business men instead of a lot of red nosed politicians appointed only on their pull We believe the plan for every citizen to give one dollar will work well and if parties are selected in each locality the amount can be raised in a short time ECONOMY can be overdone says a thoughtful exchange A fellow who works hard all his life can die owning broad acres stocks and bonds notes and cash for heirs to quarrel over He can go without the comforts of life denying himself all luxuries he is roundly hated by all he deals with his close stingy ways may dollars instead of friends and never see a day of rest amassing wealth for those who never care for him and who have only waited for him to be out the way to reap the reward for skimping and labor A YOUNG lady wrote the Louisville Times to know what would prevent snoring The Questions and man told her that snoring was caused from sleeping with the open and if she could stop this would be bothered no more Its a safe bet the Times man is single for if he were tied up in double he would be painfully aware of the fact that it is impossible for the average woman to keep her mouth shut at any time THE great actor Nat has decided to star in the Light Which Failed He may put this play on everywhere else but when he goes to Louisville he will doubtless put on The cards I failed to draw Our readers will remember that Nathan iel lost some 17000 in a game in the Falls City last winter UNCLE SAJI demonstrated t he watch he keeps over his children when he stopped the mails of the Investment companies and raised the cry Fraud The old fel low can be relied upon to do the square thing every and its sel J Commercial for donated commissioners prop Answers blessedness Good wIn poker careful Lexington time asuit ar f choo moo s l a dom a rascal can use his mails A KENTUCKIAN has written to his representative for volumes of the Record containing obitua ries saying there is nothing I read with so much pleasure as obituaries of dead congressmen The best humor is unconscious THE Female Baseballl Club is j touring Kentucky and we understand Harry McCarty of the Jessamine Journal is counting the days til its appearance in Nicholasvllle with the eagerness that the small boy figures on the circus Conclave at Versailles The fiftyfifth annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Templar will be held at Ver sallies on Wednesday and Thursday May 21 and 22 It promises to be one of the largest ever held in the State Preparations have been made to at least 1000 Knights and ladies Versailles commandery No 3 will keep open house during the entire time and a number of delightful en tertainments are being provided for the occasion Among other features there will be an exhibition drill in which several Commanderies have al ready receptions balls Wood ford county There will be things to eat and drink and good fel lowship on tap at Woodfords beauti ment accorded Jonah by the whale was positively frigid in comparison with the warm reception that Ver sallies Commanders will have in read iness for its guests The Committee on Decoration has at tire while eight brass bands will charm the soul with music galore The First Regiment Band of Cincin nati 20 pieces has been engaged to play during the Conclave at Versail les Commandery headquarters In short the little pot will be in the big pot and the proverbial latchstring will be found dangling on the weather side of the doors Good for Rheumatism Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and an noyance After trying several pre scriptions and rheumatic cures I de cided to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in the South Jeoseyman After two appli cations of this remedy I was much better and after using one bottle 1 was completely cured Sallie Harris Salem N J For sale by R E Me Roberts druggist lm i ir n congressional J entertain enteredgrand theethrees theeen- cased cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields where we hope to bring in a strong well very shortly We have also just closed a contract to sink a num ber of wells on our property right in the centerjof the oil field of Knox 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 twelve 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 drillingin GAUItAIlD CO UNTVS ASSESSMENT ImercHtiug Facts and Figures About Live Stock Crops and Other Property The board of supervisors having completed the revision of the books for this year THE is able to lay before its readers the totals that will prove interesting In the preparation of this state meat that clever gentleman Judge D Hughes rendered valuable as Compared with the assessments of former years and considering the stringency of the times this seems to be fair The average value of land is a little higher than last year but the valuation of etc is somewhat below that of last properly so The statistics are not supposed to be correct of course but they are The supervisors did their work and well as any one must have observed who saw them at work The results below shown are not final however as the State Board of Equalization may alter them TUB ASSESSMENT Bonds 7300 Notes secured by mortgages 102530 204226 Accounts value 22922 Cash on hand 60239 Cash deposited in bank 106839 Cash deposited with other corporations 200 All other credits or money at interest 450 Stock in foreign corpora tions 122037 139137 acres of land 2983599 434 town lots 412800 1 stallion 150 3332 Standard geldings mares and colts 108940 3 common 200 1138 Mules 56635 18Jacks 1875 27 Jennies 460 6 Thoroughbred orstandard bulls 6 Thoroughbred or stand ard cows and calves 425 8837 Bulls sows calves steers common 165943 15090 9835 hogs 44356 Farming implements 5561 Agricultural products for taxation 1901 1625 Carriages buggies etc 37244 Sewing machines value 2737 Safes value 970 Household and kitchen fur niture 85150 Musical instruments 9680 Raw material for use in manufacturing 45 6 Paintings 100 Libraries 1960 volumes 3185 6 Diamonds 1555 Watches and clocks 4116 Jewelry 455 Gold silver and plated ware 2172 Steam engines including boilers 4400 1000 Bnckstone and other build ing material 1500 60 Stores 108805 Miscellany 9575 Net Total valuation for tax ation 4550504 Number of voters 2546 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS Pounds of hemp 1758950 Pounds of tobacco 603005 2240 Bushels of corn 34075 Bushels of wheat 87936 Bushels of oats 11180 Bushels of grass seed 210 A Good Thing German Syrup is thespecial of Dr A Boschee a celebrated German Physician and is to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all 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 vil in the civilized world Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Al Stormes drug store 6m D 1 Assessors lI assessment livestock yearand Agricultural Interesting conscientiously necessarily valueSOther notes Sli4 sheep Water Craft Tons of hay prescription acknowledged removing affection satisfaction introduced Laud RECOtiI- i I age 4 i 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 sur rounded by this development and ducers on the four sides ofus which absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and splendid THE LANCASTER OIL COMPANY The Lancaster Oil Company of place has purchased for the price of 25000 the farm of John Wages in Knox county upon which the famous Wage gusher has been drilled The title of the company is fee simple with all appertinances including the one eighth royalty in all of the oil taken from the land by the lessees the antic and Pacific Company The Lancaster Company takes the of Wages in every respect The of the well is variously estimated at from 1500 to 5000 barrels of fine oil per day by natural flow The lowest estimate made is that of Mr Wages himself who places the output at one barrel per minute According to the judgment of all disinterested persons whom we have heard speak and who have no interest in the well this esti mate is too low Without doubt it is the best well giving out the best quality and greatest quantity of oil yet drilled in Knox county The oil flows to a height of nearly thirty above the ground filling an eight pipe running a steady stream as long as it remains unpluged When the well was first opened the oil ran into Richland creek for several miles and its said that it ran into the river at Barbourville a distance of seven miles The well is on Rich land creek near the Si Jones well the Geo Jones well and the Barnes well A number of other wells have been and are being sunk in the immediate neighborhood one now being drilled on the Wages farm very near to the first Wages well The royalty going to the Lancaster company at ent market price if there is no dimi nition in the flow of oil will be 8140 per day which the company will without any trouble on its part This may be diminished by a dimuni tion of the flow of oil but m a y be greatly increased by the drilling of other wells Tanks are being put up and a pipe line will soon be extended from this oil field to Barbourville fall of the land conveying the oil in the pipes and delivering it in tanks near the depot without the use of pumps A fine vein of coal nine feet thick was passed through in drilling this well at a depth of only forty feet from the surface of the ground The company will sell a limited amount of stock all purchasers of which will participate in the proceeds of the Wages oil farm as well as oil from all wells which the company proposes to drill on leased lands The company is composed of well known business and professional gentlemen of Lancas ter It was iucorporated here at home and its personel is a guarantee that it is a solid company Capt Herndon received a telegram Tuesday saying another gusher equally as good was struck and is flow ing equally as freely as the one men tioned above BRYANTSVILLE The ladies of the Christian church are preparing to carpet the church floor at Pleasant Grove Rev Derby of Asbury College filled the pulpit at the Methodist church in the absence of the regular pastor Jeff Dunn sold to Beard Co of Lexington three mules at 115 per head also to Will and John Poor of Beuna Vista two head Miss Pattie Dickerson of Nicholas ville is the guest of Miss Carrie Boul den Mrs Eliza Ballard has from a three weeks visit to in Lexington Miss N Bourne is visiting relatives in Nicholasville Mr and Mrs Dickerman spent with Mrs Nag Folger of Nicho lasville Mrs Armstrong entertained Rev Derby Sunday at dinner Squire Ike Dunns son Dave is on the sick list Wants To Help Others I had stomach trouble all my life says Edw Mebler 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 troub les have to diet Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat lm s I I l output Cumberland the receive the- o returned rela- tIves Saturday Dyspepsia You dent M I th placer fe in Llo r del other Companies operating in this oil pool have promptly withdrawn their stock from sale and we believe we are the only company in this immediate oil field who has not done so For the purpose of rais ing funds for immediate develop ment including tanks and pipe line our company now offers for sale Twenty Thousand Shares of its capital stock at par 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 Ster ling and several other companies here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of thous ands ot dollars and it will grow to millions during this year and we are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good for tune too properties It BUCKEYE and Mrs S B Totten of your city visited the formers sister Mrs Mike Ray Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Brown left Monday to visit relatives at Louisville Paducah Jeffersonville New Albany and Indianapolis Your correspondent had the pleasure of listening to a beautiful discourse- t by Rev Shelton of M E church at Gunns Chapel Sunday After ces ollicers were elected and a Sunday school was organized an important factor in any church Mr Raymond Simpson a prominent trader went to Stanford on business Saturday WAILACETON Misses Smith and IIimrod of Berea made a brief visit to the family of J A Baker last Saturday The home here belonging to Jesse Kinnard and being converted into a two story building is nearing comple tion Bereahand were the guests of E W Baker and family Eb family and Miss Mar tha Weaver left a few days ago for Illinois where they will make their ture home The Prohibition lecture by State very well attended Our farmers are glad to be to resume their farm work after a delay of several days on account of too much moisture The Baptist Sunday school here held its annual election of officers and teachers last Sunday afternoon Mr J S Cade was reelected Wm Fitzpatrick a few days ago had a ewe to give birth to a lamb with one head but double in other res pects two bodies eight legs and feet two tails etc The lamb did not live however On next Saturday the 12th at 11 oclock a meeting of all persons in terested in building a new church is called for the purpose of talking over the matter laying plans etc It is hoped that large number will prove their interest in the matter by their presence at that time LOWELL Johnnie the little son of Isaiah Metcalfe is very sick at this writing We are at present blessed with a few more days of the Lord Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at the school house Every bo dy invited John D Hardwick says he is going to open his shop again Monday John works one day and lays up two It has been some time since we had a wedding in Lowell but dont guess it will be as long at it has been before we have one Mrs Milford Lee is visiting her brother at Lancaster Mr Jas Todd Mrs Will Howe is very sick at this writing Mrs Ann Broaddus who has been quite sick is some better at this writing Mr Jas Burrows has returned to his old home visit to his sisters Mr Hard wick went to Lancaster Monday where he will work in Mr Romans carriage shop Mrs George McKenney who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Birtie Brown returned to her home in Winchester last week Louis Morgan and family also Dack Inman and family visited J M Meadows j STONE Boyd Oshorn sold a milk cow to II Raney for 30 Jas Littrel sold to Noah Marsee fine horse for 100 G L Sanders bought a yearling mule of Joe Simpson for 30 Mrs Mary A Sanders sold a bunch of shoats to Mr Smith Mrs Boyd Osborn is very sick atthis writing G D Mitchell is visiting home folk this Land and wife visited John Ballard last week Mr and Mrs Ward of Lancaster visited their daughter Mrs Wm Clark Sunday Mr andMrs Joe Hicks visited Mrs Emma Posey and King Saturday and Sunday isMr servi II I Grantand Baptistpermit- ted Superintendent only I sunshinethank after a long A T Sunday at 5ic week DIr Hansford Miss Tinsy 1 I t IN CONCLUSION We guar antee that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company snail be econo mically and wise as human fore sight can provide expended in the development of Companys prop erty That no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary the company has reached a divi dendpaying basis and has actually PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER in dividends to all the capital stock If you desire to invest invest NOW We 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 house in Garrard county Address all communications to UK Secretary A 1f tl it Y AWe N until CENT A 1 e r In Kentucky By Charles C Moore With apologies to Judge Mulligan The moonshine is the whitest In Kentucky The mens brains are the lightest KentuckyBut strongest And the mens yarns are longest And their jokes are dogonest In Kentucky The plug hats are the brightest In Kentucky The heads in them tile lightest In Kentucky Honest politicians fewest Blue honest men the bluest Newspapers the untrucst In Kentucky Poor people live the lightest- In Kentucky Sky pilots chances brightest- In Kentucky The gamblers are the keenest Town councilmen the meanest City treasuries the cleanest In Kentucky Politicians are the blandist- In Kentucky Also the shakehandest In Kentucky The roughs are all the roughest The toughs are all the toughest And the bluffs aaeall the blulTest In Kentucky The blue grass is the greenest In Kentucky The blue are the meanest In Kentucky The doctors are the saddest The creditors the gladdest We all get maddest baddest In Kentucky Bank notes shyestIn Rates of interest the highest KentuckyPickpockets Slick articles are the slickest They pull quickestIn Sweet women are the sweetest In Kentucky I Fleet horses are the fleetest KentuckyRich fools all talk the loudest And big dogs bark In Kentucky The Itailroai Strakoiiitiu features weather beateB Iatiunt tiller of the soil r In the storm or in the mnwhine He moaut the speeding train ttide outride at t duty H ceding tat rate IN the pleasant n nwr weather on the err He can view changing As be rashes While he notes the beanteoo pictures Which the lovely land scatSuddenly across ir Co Unt when winter icy flngere Cover earth with snowy shroud tad the north UushlneoM with Theo behold the vallum br keMn Sprint to herd the enicroes call oer the ky otrGod itrotect him if he talk Do not scorn to treat him kindlv- He will smile for saute Tho hes nothing a Make I o him rrely vile Speak to him in kindly laHfma TIt are coarse and plain Per in his breast there beats A heart that both joy awt pate ray have u hopeful moth He le her joy rerhtt in her bucue ravtag For the ninety of her boy How be loves that d ar good pother for her day Always bringing her yfe nHft Every time he draws his Mty Daily facing death and danger One MU le or slip of band Sands tae To the dreaded unknown land Whvn we scan o r eveniug Note what its rilled coluntno ay One brief line attracts our One more UrakeHiaa killed lo lay In her little lonely cottage Waiting in the waiiuwt Sits the luckless bmkeiuaiis mother SHe her toutgbt Some one brings the fatal message Gut have mercy hear her As she reads the fatal story Killed while coupling cars to lay Ex gnat the w ucl the hi shrill nJ few brak lawn 1Opoi hut hi Ioch Be art C Toill nDlu ky bra nods HICk expects buy Big Du t et clod WilDe Stardiii nakri sleek nM art shrieking not dee feels lie be some pray The season has arrived for Painting and Papering Purest brands of Handsomest line of PAINTS and OILS WALL PAPERS Varnishes Brushes Etc have ever shown Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store Q B SWINEBROAD J E ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Lancaster Ky Money to loan at 5 per cent on real Office over Thompsons store estate mortgages LEWIS Y President Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 I The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY X CAPITAL 550000 SURPLUS J ooo- oS B F HUDSON Cashier iW O EIONET Asst Cashr C D WALKEI Bookkeeper I Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold jSKSgxxSx3 3xjx v3 3 3xS S SxSxSK S The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird JJ I we I J S Ronrxsox i t i 0 30000000000000000 000 0 00000 8 I493 2 2 Vice Prest 2 Q 4iI ooooo LEA1 ELL I t Q V e g Q S 0000 oooooO ooocoooooAOma jJ SEE DISC SHOE- i 2 horse t 1 horse K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson WAS OURS At our Opening last Saturday who visited our store agreed that we had the prettkst hats and the most elaborate clis play ever before seen in Lancaster We want of the people and feel assured we can gain it by fair dealing and correct styles Come and see our hats we are always glad to have you Respectfully NOEL SISTERS L t st 1 THEM 1 CORN PlANTERS t f i s CSUCCESS Everyone 1 f the confidence 0 t S81 0 J I I t Ii f The People Mrs C D Powell is visiting relatives ArkansasSenator T Farris has been at home this week Mrs Lctcher Owsley and baby have returned from Louisville Miss Alberta Hilton visited rela tives in Brodhead Sunday Miss Altie Groves of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Elsie Zimmer Mrs Ellie Bettis of Lexingtonspent a few days with Lancaster relatives Mrs Thos Robinson of Houstonville has been visiting relatives in Lancas ter Mrs Wm Anderson of Paint Lick has been the guest of Mrs J S Robin son The little baby of Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden is much improved and will re cover Mrs John M Farra is visiting her sister Mrs George McRoberts in Cov ingtonEd has gone to Nebraska to work on another big contract for mill building Miss Nora Francis of Richmond has been the guest of relatives for a few days Misses Beazley and Harris of Crab Orchard were guest of Dr Beazley and family Mrs Wm Myers of Lincoln county has been the guest of Mrs J IISympsonMrs Westmoreland of Val closta Fla is visiting her father Mr T J Hatcher Miss Altie Marksbury and Mrs Louis Landram are spending a few days in Cincinnati Master Jack Tercy Burnside has bout recovered from his recent tus sle with pneumonia Mrs W 0 Bradley and charming daughter Miss Christine have return For Seed 1 Garden i Seed I of i- I All Sorts I Onion Sets 1 HJ Ballon Sons t t About i t o Potatoes Potatoes at 0 4 1 1 A at ed from a visit in Louisville Charley Walker who is running on the Rowland Branch was here Sun day to see his mother Mr Geo D Robinson wif and of Iloustonville have been visiting relatives in Lancaster Mesdames Mildred and Walter Beazley were in Stanford for a few days to see Mrs Pattie Hays who is ill Rev H N Faulconer returned to IIillsboro Ohio Friday Mrs Faulcon er and baby remaining for a few days longer Mrs Hemphill and Mrs Folger of Nicholasvillc have been here this week to see their brother W A ArnoldMessrs R and Charley Zimmer left Sunday night for their old home in Germany to be gone about three months J Herbert Kinnaird one of the hustling insurance agents in Ken tucky was in Louisville this week on businessMrs B Jarvis is in Marksbury at the bedside of her son Geo Rus sell who is suffering from a case of typhoid fever Attorney M Rothwell was inMays ville a few days since looking into the Building and Loan wreck there in which several Lancaster parties are interestedMr Collier left Monday for Cincinnati where he takes a place with a hardware firm Charley is a deserving young man and OID wishes him all success Stanford Journal Dr A S Price is is back from Dan ville considerably im proved we are glad to state Brown of the Lancaster Record was in town yesterday in the interest of that good paper Miss Carrie B Woods came down with the Berea Glee Club and sang a solo which was much enjoyed Miss Woods is stenographer for President Frost a position which is responsible and quite lucrative Editor Edgar Albright of the Mt Vernon uo to Richmond the other day whither he went to ride the goat in the Elks lodge As he passed back on No 5 that night it is said he was standing W A Arnold has been critically ill for several days He has been in bad health for some weeks but was considered better up to Sunday when he took a change for the worse He is suffering from kidney trouble Col Bob Jackson of London was in town the other day on business con nected with one of the coal mines up that way Bob is a mighty clever fellow and makes friends of all with whom he comes in contact Mr John E Stormes was in Louis ville this week attending a meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy Its the duty of the Board to look after the pillrollers of the state Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons We Are The Leaders Henry Duncan Tonsorial Artist Criuicultnral Abscission Phrenological Tripsis Hydropatbical Shaver of Beards All Work PhysIognomically Executed New Uiidertaicer Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials He has a well selected stock dec19tf v S BEAZLEY baby TilE REc E G Signalpassed DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office In Bull ding Danville street oppo Ite Presbyterian church the Bookont I 1 ji hn Parks sold a few days ago a horse for 880 he also sold a mule to Mr Hubble for 75 Mr James Aldridge of Iliattsville is visiting relatives here Miss Min nie Johnson of Lancaster has been spending a few days with friends afc Marcelus and Marksbury Mrs Jno Royston who has been quite sick for several days is improving George Boner left last week for Kansas City where he has a position Joe Ald ridge has been quite sick with pneu monia Mrs Sam Hughes and chil dren of Danvillo are guests of Mrs N H Bogie Mrs Katharine Aldridge of Lancaster is the guest of her son H D Aldridge Mr Sparks and fam ily has moved to the place near here known as the Daniel Burdett farm Mr J R Haselden and wife of visited relatives here Sunday Misses Hallie Rice and Sallie Herring were in Danville shopping Charles Durham purchased of Frank Parks a pair of young work mules for PAINT LICK Mr John Todd went to Louisville on business this week Farmers are so busy now they hard ly take time to eat Try a barrel of Ballards Obelisk Flour R L Jennings Mr ofNeosho Mo is visiting relatives Paint Lick will behind there is a prospect for an oil boom here Mrs Minnie Jennings will have an other millinery opening Saturday Mrs Ann Broaddus who has been so low with pneumonia is said to be improvingOwing it being such a bad Right Eld J W Masters didnt address the people here Thieves are getting so bold here they will take the doubletrees off of your wagon along the road E C Walton of the Interior Journal was here Friday shaking hands with the boys and taking in the cash Salem Wallace Jr who has been attending college at Lexington wasat home with the old folk this week- J IT Blount has taken the agency for the McCormack harvesting machines He is a hustler and will make the com pany a good man We heard some ladies talking about the pretty hats and nice dresses they saw at church Sunday but they didnt say anything about the sermon Mr Win Lane of Winchester is vis iting relatives here Miss Margaret Saudusky our school teacher went home Friday to see the homefolk Sam Jennings has sold out his sari dlery and harness business to Moore Champ Sam will be connected with the firm and make new work and do the repairing Get Ready for can show you a very handsome line of car pets rugs curtains furniture etc at lower prices than larger towns Come and let us convince you R L Co 3t Your Lowell correspondent says there was about 20 gallons of whisky slipped from here to Lowell last month Well the fellow that slipped it was a total stranger else he never would have slipped less than a barrel over there Henry Beazley has built a nice cot tage house on his lot and rented out for two years before he finished it Houses are in demand here and if some more of the land owners would put up a nice lot of houses they would make good interest on their money The Gus Sun American Minstrels The Gus Sun American Minstrels a company composed of an array of ar tists seldom seen under the manage agement of one man will appear at the Garrard Opera House April 11 In the selection of people Mr Sun has spared no money or labor and in the program will be seen artists fresh from their ovations in the principal amuse ment temples of Europe as well as a corps of wellknown American min strel performers whose appearance on this occasion is a sullicient guarantee of the high character and wholesome ness of the entertainment We men tion among the principals Sam Hor ner Diamond Cros E W Chipman Jas Nugent Sam Drane Lew Dia mond and Gus Sun assisted by sing ers dancers musicians and supernu meraries program while not wholly unlike the ordinary min strel offering is made up of nothing but refined acts songs dances mono logues sketches and burlesques ex pressly arranged for this company Special scenery something seldom carried by a minstrel show and me chanical effects are used by this com pany in conjunction with the big song and dance and the finale In equip ing this company for the road Mr Sun has gone to an enormous expense the special Pullman car Nellie alone costing 10000 a small fortune Seats on sale at Stormes Prices 25c 50c 75c Walks Without Crutches I was much afflicted with sciatica writes Ed C Nud 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 recom mended it to number of persons all express themselves as being benefitted by it I now walk without able to perform a great deal of labor on the farm 25c 50c and at R E McRoberts im 1 iJ1AIUiSIHJH f i l t l i Saturday 200 Jack Maret here not stay I SpringWe 4 This minstrel light 100 Lancaster 45 C Jennings L Business and Bargains Machine needles and oil at Thompsons i All kinds of seeds at T Curreys Tuberose and other bulbs atThomp Clover and timothy seed for sale by T Currey Clover timothy and blue grass seed at T Curreys New stock fine violins and strings Thompson Large stock tablets and pencils cheap Thompson Dr Hobson the dentist will be at the Garrard Hotel Monday Sweet pea seed the finest grown At Thompsons Wanted Dressed fowls for cash or groceries T Curreys A few select hemp seed for R West tf If you want the best seed at the least money go to T Currey To get flowers promptly order from Ed C Gaines Agt for Bell If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavells coal yard19tf Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf 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 wedding decorating see Ed C Gaines agent for Bell the florist Orders hastily filledPeople dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality tf The best set of teeth in the world for S750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf Money to Loan in amounts to suit borrower at six percent Apply to THE RECORD ollice for further information 227tf 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 II A B Marksbury Son Spring is opening and I am ready with a nice lot of siding ceiling cypress shingles doors sash and everything needed in a house Prices right R G Ward 432t Thoroughbred Brown Plymoth Rock eggs for sale at 31 per setting of 16 They are of a fine strain J V Jr Paint Lick 3t Ioffer my house on Richmond street recently built and occupied by R G Ward and now occupied by D D Goigor for sale The house is built of the best material and in splendid Terms to suit purchaser 4102t J H Patterson Save Time and Money If you want a spring suit at lowest price and of best quality and cannot spare 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 ill getting the best prices J C Hemphill M D Hughes Late Literary News What Women Like in Men What Men Like in Women and Husbands and Wives are the titles of a series of very interesting papers by Rafford Pike the third of which appears in The Cosmopolitan for April The same number of The treats of Prince Henrys visit with a series of beautifully printed photographs under the title of A Clever Emperor and a of Nation F Hopkinson Smith Israel Zangwill Bret Harte and Maarten Maartens are among the other contributors to this number which is unusually good in fiction To Those Needing Cemetery Work We do not ask for a 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 de pends 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 on work already erected should call or write We respectfully ask you for a chance to figure on any work you may need in our line Never com pare prices without comparing quality Garrard County Marble Works street Lancaster Ky 432t t I t 9 I ttsons tf 6000 Feed building Fino Cosmopolitan Confederation workmen t t 4tt4 1 4 sale- M s Monday flooring Egos Logan condition Stanford i a Come and see our lOc counter Lancaster Grocery Co Seed Corn We have a fine assortment of the best variety of seed corn for sale H A B Marksbury Son Dont wade through the mud but telephone Alek Miller and have him haul you to the trains Will cost but little Country cured hams at 14c per Ib at Lancaster Grocery Co Cistern Cleaned T J Hatcher is prepared with lat est improved machinery to clean your cistern with no loss of water Cost small tf If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing jto advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can by paying before we reach your nand Sanders Ward Elastic starch 4c package at Grocery Cos 80 acres splendid cow pasture in edge of city limits with abundance of water at 2 per month payable in ad vance Engage your cows now as only a limited number will be taken If you owe for last years pasture call and pay me Mrs Emmma Iliggin botham 3273t Redemption of School Bonds The following bonds Nos 16 18 19 29 33 57 68 69 will be retired July 1 1902 All persons holding same are notified to present them to E W Harris treasurer July 11902 for After above date no interest will be paid on them J B Kinnaird Sec T Currey Pros 4103t Was Appreciated Amid a burst of hearty welcoming applause Elizabeth de Barrie Gill was introduced to the Lackawana County Teachers Institute The lardy is of fine presence and distinguished bear ing and from the moment she ascend ed the platform kept her audience in continual good Tribune Scranton Pa At Court House Sat urday night April 12 Benefit church Admission 35c Children 25c Tickets on sale at J M Logans A Great Success The most wonderful remedy for hog cholera is the one I am now and have on the market We have made some wonderful cures and sell on a positive guarantee In Gar rard county it is for sale by F P Fris bie Lancaster W D Marksbury Marcellus and Mr Christopher Buena Vista who will give you a guarantee with every box See J W Sanders of Judson who has tried it Jonah Mar see 310tf Noivs 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 und neat We have the finest cheap est prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz florentines tap estries stripes and florals We will do work any where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster Ky 2203m Baby Parties They are now all the go in high up Washington society The vomen appear in the frills frocks and rib bons of babyhood while the men wear bibs and baby caps and carry sucking bottles filled no not milk At the end of the evenings entertainment as a reward for good behavior the guests are pre sented with dolls rattles and various toy animals Those participating are expected to talk and act like babies Old Kentucky may have some odd customs and queer people but we have yet to record any idiotic instance where she showed up such warts babies as the Washington crowd Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or intending to buy any kind of a Monument this yearOne of our firm has just returned from a six weeks trip to the leading Granite Quarries where he placed orders for ten car loads of Monuments for early spring delivery the largest amount ever ordered at one time for Central Kentucky By purchasing such a large lot at the dullest season of the year we secured it at unusually low prices and as it will be shipped at freight rates which also means considerable saving we are itat correspondingly low prices Now is your opportunity to order a Monument of the best grade of Barre s granite and of artistic design and execution lettered in the quarries shipped direct to your own town and delivered when desired at very low 3 prices If you wish to see our prices or further information write us Wm Adams Son 263m Lexington Ky A slothful man never has time Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough Mrs Ellen Harlison of 300 Park Ave Kansas City Mo writes as follows Our two children had a severe 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 With the very first dose they began to improve and we feel that it has saved their lives Refuse substitutes 1m 3 2 3 Lancaster Cow Yasatro payment natureThe Baptist preparing and withoh butchampagne attack called S say cost offering Si I have just opened a complete line of BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY my old friends and patrons to call and examine the stock We Have All The New Creations SALLiE D TILLETT andask experience Pocket Hook Lot Tuesday April 1st near National Bank Contained 8 and 1 in bills and 2 in silver Also a metal cigar advertisement about the size of half adollar Reward for return to this office it Well Well Well How much easier it is to deal on the square treat every body right sell on ly firstclass goods and it is the way to build up a trade which all the flourishing of trumpets booming of cannon and music of brass bands can not draw from us We have been here many years and if there has been any complaint of our goods or prices that complaint has never reached our ears We stand ready to back up our goods and never hesitate to do so as we buy no other kind Our lines of dress goods are as complete in styles and quality as you will find anywhere in Kentucky All we is an inspec tion of our goods not fearing the result We have everything to be found in a firstclass dry goods store and nothing affords us more pleasure than to show our goods Call and see and we know you will be satisfied J Joseph Important to Warmers and Other Property Owners Are you insured If not why not Thousands of dwellings and barns are destroyed by fire and wind storms in the United States every year Why should you expect yours to escape from year to year If you have been insurance up to this time and have had no fire dont you think you had better INSURE AT ONCE Your property may burn within a year a month or even TWENTYFOUR HOURS Even if it should not burn you will have the peace of mind and freedom from anxiety which a policy in the CONTINENTAL affords to him who holds it It will only cost you a few dollars a year a FEW CENTS A WEEK less than you would pay to paint a barn to PROTECT it from the weather BETTER BE SURE SORRY Your prop erty may take fire in any one of a different ways If your property burns have your policy in a strong company THE CONTINENTAL one that has made its record and been tried IT COSTS NO MORE TITAN TO INSURE IN A POOR ONE of fire your policy in the CONTINEN TAL is equivalent to a CHECK ON A BANK Better look your policies over and satisfy yourself that you have a strong company Ask for a Policy and you are sure of abso lute indemnity at fair rates Placing your fire insurance in some like keeping your valuables in pasc board box instead of a modern safe If your property burns the money is ready no ASSESSMENT TO BE MADE on your NEIGHBORS TO PAY YOU The Continentals agents examine your property before so in case of accident you get all you are insured for Low rates and fair dealings Call on write or G B TIlE CONTINENTALS AGENT AT LANCASTER KENTUCKY and he will at once come to see your FARM PROPERTY is insured against Fire Lightning and on cash or installment plan Assets Jan 1st 1902 81159901181 G B Swinebroad Agent 3101m Lancaster Ky THE RACKET STORE The Racket Store is now open to all and quotes you a few of their many bargainsRibbons all colors per yard lOc Towels per pair 5c Ladies skirts good quality 75c Ladies undkerskirts only 50c 50 good quality envelopes 8100 Negligee Shirts 50c Linen Collars all styles best quality lOc Whitewash brushes 7 inches longloc Mole skin pants only 50c spools thread lOc 150 Umbrellas Ladies or Gents 50c LACE CURTAINS yards long best quality 50c yards long 75c yards long RUGS All Kinds at a Barpin in Underwear Fancy Hose Shirts Suspenders Collars Pins Handkerchiefs Needles Tablets Pen cils Buttons Combs Lambrequins Aprons Bustles Hip Pads Hair Pins Also reduced prices in Percales Crasn Sheeting Gingham Napkins Table Cloth Piques Ducks Dimities Table Oil Cloth Floor Oil Cloth Window Shades Tacks Come and examine these goods and get our prices Will give you the highest price for Eggs Butter and all kinds of Produce Give us a call The Racket Store Opposite J C Thomsons 2 ask TITAN hundred I continental companies- is HAS insuring- it telephone SWIXE ROAD 5c o 100 Also bargains without Incase property Wind- Storms 1 1 Garrard Opera House ONE GLOIIIOUS NIGHT Friday April 1 1th Special Engagement of Americas Greatest Minstrel Company The Gus Sun American Minstrels 30 White Artists 30 INTRODUCING The Grnd Spectacular First Part Setting Sam Horner Diamond Bros Sam Drane Krecks Lynch E W Chipman Ellet Bros Harry Meyrick Jas Nugent GUS SUN IN CONJUNCTION WITH A Hoste of Singers Dancers and Musicians GREAT BAND And Symphony Orchestra Striking and Most Elaborate Stieet Demonstration Extant Seats on sale at Stormes Drug Store Prices 25 50 and 75 cents W fcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY The LexingtonDemocrat Is The Only Publiseed in the Blue Grass Region It is especially devoted to the of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favorSubscription price a yeas or 15 cents a week by W P Walton Editor and Manager LEXINGTON KENTUCKY INSURANCE AetnaQueen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna Co ofSartforlCora DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVIIIE KENTUCKY Transformation Daily Dem rati Pa er interests 500 carrier KINNAIRD RBDresentin Followin Life Ins OF C R1 silleS WILL THE BEAT St ASAPH HOTEL Stanford Ky Monday and Tuesday April 7th 8th GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Friday and Saturday April nth 12th Now is the time Dont neglect your best friend YOUR EYES EYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYES OFFICE HOURS 9 ain to 5 pm Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dim yout Wit It is the right of every child j to be well born and to the jjfc it must look for health nnd a happiness How great is the parents niiww m x A responsibility and how important that Mm i y iff no taint of disease is left in the blood 7 iMB to transmitted to the helpless child entailing the most pitiable suffering and marking its little body with offen sive sores and eruptions catarrh of the nose and throat weak eyes glandular swellings brittle bones white swelling and deformity How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach themselves for bringing so much misery into the world If you have any disease lurking in your system how can you expect well developed healthy children Cleanse your own blood and build up your health and you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures of life but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity and made mankind healthier and happier There is no that so surely reaches deepseated stubborn blood troubles as S S S It searches out even hereditary f poisons and removes every taint from the blood v and builds up the general health If weaklings J are growing up around you right the wrong by putting them on a course of S S S at once It is a purely variable medicine harmless in its effects and can be taken by both old and young without fear of any bad results Write us about your case and let our physicians advise and help you This will cost you nothing and we will also send our book on blood and Skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga r PilrenS j l parents j115 ReSpOnS J i ft 9 1m r G be remedy eJ L inconceivably i 0 v1 PUEACHERSVILLE J M Cress sold about 20 hogs to S Morgan for ujc J C Fox sold 3 young jacks to aGeor gia man for SGOO James Naylor bought two calves from Lewis Anderson for 15 Mrs Henry Miller who has been Ye ry sick is much improved at this wri tingS Rigsby sold a horse to D M An deason for 100 also a jack to Tuck Hubble for S175 Rev II B Cockrill sold a part of his Bingamnan farm to A J Thompson for 4225 cash Prof Bishop of Burgin is having the lumber put on the ground for his college building which he will erect this summer Mrs Bettie Archer and family of Burgin has been visiting her mother and relatives here for a few days Mr Win Land and wife was visiting their mother Mrs Payne last week Mr Wm Richaadson and family were visiting Mr James Miller Menifee Elmore and wife was visiting his brother Sunday Esq John Anderson was visiting D D first of the week Jno Cress and wife are visiting relatives in Rockcastle county Smiley Walker and wife were visiting their mother Mrs Victoria Anderson Sunday Miss Bettie Pherigo who has been visiting relatives here for some time returned to her home at McCreary last week Mr Martin and sonChar lie of Madison county has been W 3v Sutton and wife for a few days J F Cook sold a fat heifer to Adams the butcher for 3c W II Furr bought 10 sheep and 3 lambs of Rev Noah Smith for 19 The meeting at Lawson Chapel Sunday night with good attend anceThere will be prayer meeting at Lawson Chapel Sunday night All are cordially invited to attend Miss Virgie Worrell has returned home from Livingston where she has been teaching Mrs Eliza Cook vis ited Mrs Hattie Lawson Wednesday Mrs Martha Ball of Crab is visiting friends in this and attending meeting at Lawson Chapel Mr J B Parks and Willie Spangler visited W II Furrs Sunday Miss Susie Merriman is school at Stony Point Mrs Mary Elam is improving very slowly at this writing Mr Leslie Harber of Lancaster has ben visiting in this vicinity MANSE A number from here attended the entertainment Lick Friday nightThe Ladies Missionary Society will meet at the church Friday afternoon at three oclock Mr J S Burns who has been his sister Mrs Earleof Falmouth has returned home Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been the guest of Misses Doty The many friends of Miss Annie Reid are glad to see her out again Miss Palmer has been the guest of Miss Annie Burke Mr Otley Burke of Lancaster was with the home folk last week Among the visitors at our church Sunday were Misses Doty Lucy Francis of Lancaster and Walter Walker of Stanford Lifes Period Old Age is Robbed of Its tenore and renewed youth and regal figures lie gained through MOTHERS FRIEND j Sunday Anderson visiting closed Orchard neighborhood attending atPaint visiting attractive Elsie Fanny There is no reason in the world wy every Afamousunderstand e 4S FLAT WOODS Mothers Friend is a valuable aid to any wife lIeves all Ti old or lose their use and usually health and vigor are character istic of mother and child Get a bottlo of for 100 and write to us for oar free booklet Motherhood liD BKlDflELD BEGtUTOB Cft AILUTi U s n Is a liniment for external application and reo suffering due to pregnancy Morning b Warner never get shape from b e Sickness is preventJ if this is pregnancy appliedI I j HAJIMACK Thomas Austin was here this week with Mr Wallace surveying land off an infants share that was in his farm Dr Farris has returned from Lex ington Miss Myrtle Cormeny was thrown from a horse this week and badly hurt Miss Fannie Austin was visiting at Mrs Sarah Ilammacks this week Rev J W Reeves the blacksmith is moving in the house that Miss Lytha Ilammack bought from Mr Terrill Mrs Florence Cor meny visited at Mrs Ilammacks this week Mrs James Pointer has been very sick for a few days SWEENEY S Morgan shipped a car load of hogs Cox bought a nice pair ot mules for S100 Frank Holtzclaw bought two calves from E Elam for S20 Mary E Rig by bought of the same party 2 calves for 20 Frank Holtzclaw bought of John Naylor two shoats for 10 Taylor House bought of Wm one mule for 120 W R Hocker of Stanford called on his best girl in this vicinity Thursday night Quite a number of our peo pie in this vicinity have been attend ing the meeting at Lawson Chapel They report that much interest is be ing manifested and large crowds in attendance HetterThau Tills The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets superior to pills Our answes is They are easier and more pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as they can always be depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels 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 Shot In Ills Left Leg 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 Beware 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 1m He who is doing nothing is seldom without helpers News The next lock in the Kentucky riv er will be located at the mouth of Browning creek For this purpose suit has been brought in the Federal Court in this city to condemn the lands of Levi Metcalf and Robert Combs Messrs Wall Bennett A T Chenault and G G Prewitt have been appointed commissioners to assess the valuation The suit will be decided at the April term of Climax It has developed that the recent Kentucky Legislature passed a resi dent fire insurance agents bill after all though the impression at the time of its adjournment was that the had been killed The appealed case of the common wealth vs Caleb Powers will be briefed in the appellate court early in the spring term and a decision or sustaining the Scott circuit court will probably be handed down before June The grounds the de fense present for reversal are that Can trill refused to vacate the bench at Georgetown and other pointsThe Receiver of the Industrial Mu tual Deposit Company one of the Lexington Investment Companies gives a startling account of the way those things were managed The re port says the only stockholders were five men two of whom Rev J H Baker and Wm N Bush formerly lived in this county They subscribed 1000 each but only paid in five dol lars each in cash Since May 1900 these five men have drawn out in divi d ends 821000 besides other sums Winchester Democrat i running SaturdayEmanuel 8 Huffman in- case Fuller t n OC O COQCCCCQOCCCCCQQCCOO COCOOOCQ courtRichmond measure reversing Judge 4U 4 IG NI3RMi The past winter was a cooler Farmers sire losing no time now preparing to husband another crop Robt Scott who is famous as a blacksmith of superior ability has lo cated at Bourne The people of our village and vicini ty are much elated because we are to have soon Get plenty water but need works Miss Ruth Stone has a tabby cat with four kittens about three weeks old On Easter night she brought in a live rabbit not more than five days old adopted it and nursed it with same care as her own It lived until Wednesday of last week We believe had it not been so very young she would have succeeded in raising it Recently it was necessary to use bloodhounds in Judson They did their work so well that a moral wave has struck the community at least a desire to go to church has taken pos session of several who heretofore rarely ever went May the good work continue We think the arrangement between the county court and city of Lancaster to possess a pair of blood hounds both timely and wise Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right Dont delay tak ing 1m Idle bodies are generally busy bodies Try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets the best physic For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Dont live in Idleburg statement Robt J Miller Proprietor of the Read 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 anA we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined 1m Idle people are dead people that you cant bury Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pills the most distressing too Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25c at McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m It is a great weariness to do noth ing Neglect Uleaus l iiiiRcr Dont neglect biliousness and con stipation 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 cause nausea 1m Laziness begins with cobwebs and ends with iron chains llerbiue Cures Fever and Ague A dose will usu ally stop a chill a continuance always cures Mrs Win M Stroud Midloth ianTexas 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 Laziness is nothing unless you carry it out Save the Loved OUCH Mrs Mary A Nliet 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 ail ments 25c 50c and SIOO at R E Mc Reberts 1m Laziness travels so slowly that pov erty soon overtakes him A Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 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 E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m a A slothful hand makes a slender es cape 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 regu lar physician who stands high m his profession After administering three doses of It my son regained conscious ness and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Haller of Mt Crawford Va This remedy for sale R E McRoberts 1m A pound of idleness weighs twenty Beauty anti 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 L waterworks t e A Chattanooga Druggists Chattanooga lellls A Sharp Ax R E u t 4t t Ill Arni- ca ounces mostwomen k JI7 LN 4 4 4U 4S Two yeas ago as a result of a cold I lost my voice writes Dr M L Scarbrough of Hebron Ohio then hcgm an obstinate cough Every remedy known to me as a physician for years failed 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 SIOO Trial bottles free 1m A lazy spirit is a losing spirit A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and Colds in Children- I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to 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 Dispen sary first called my attention to this valuable modicine and I have repeat edly used it and it has always been beneficial It has cured me quickly of all chest colds It is especially ef fective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have persuaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Nothing falls into the mouth of a sleeping fox Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is spring Such cases often seriously at this season just be cause 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 1 have used One Minute Cough Cure several says Postmaster 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 An idle brain is the devils work shop The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspep sia and Liver complaint More than seventylive per cent of the people in the United States are alllicted with these two diseases and their effects such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness Palpitation of time 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 yourDruggist and get a bottle of August Flower for 75 cents Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Stormes drug store Cm lIe slumbers enough who does 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 McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction 1m Make your affairs known in the mar ket place and one will call them black and another white A ljhhli practicing 5 0 Saved ran a result years I I nothing t J DtIUiOI i1ct severe Time I All birds serve as weathercocks when they are perched on trees and hushes as they almost invariably face the windThe average life of a dog is about 10 years Many live 15 and there are well authenticated cases of from 20 to 23 years Venezuelan coffee planters get only onethird the price they are used to before Brazilian overproduction the market Never be content with attempting to produce common or inferior stock The best of kinds never stand long in want of a purchaser In Zululand when the moon is at the full objects are visable at a dis tance of seven miles By star ilght one can read with ease No less than 20000000 acres of Cuba nearly half the forest There are thirty different species of palms alone found there If your horse does not masticate his mix a handful of dent corn with it He will not swallow the corn whole and will then chew it all A cow cannot give you a fine lot of rich milk unless she has something to make t of She cant make it of skin and bones and frost bitten grass The cow pea is a very valuable crop for pasturing and particularly lor the production of milk and growing young animals It especially ranks high for pigsOn Saturday hogs sold in this city at 010 J llarvc Henry of Judy on Tuesday sold to R C Robertson oO cattle shouts about 200 lbs at 55c Mt Sterling Advotate The Nicholasville News says Time topnotch in corn since 1SS2 was touch ed at the Powell sale last Wednesday when it sold in the crib at S351 a tri tie over one cent a pound An animal well started in winter is half wintered Short rations and neg lect at this season are sure to prove costly experiments Better bed milk ers with straw than compel them to eat it In 1900 cotton seed added 114 cents to the value of each pound of cotton or 54000000 to the wealth of cotton raisers The return would have been 80000000 if all the seed had been crushed for oil Hay from the cow pea is very rich in protein When the cow pea hay is mixed with any of the hay made from the true grasses the feeding value of the mixture is better than that of when fed alone A naturalist says that every time a farmer kills a hawk he throws a 50 bill into the fire for although the bird takes an occasional chicken it destroys at least a thousand rats mice and gophers every year Prof Hodge of Clark University estimates toads to be worth S20 each for their work as destroyers of cut worms Farmers Home Journal Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medicines Re fuse substitutes 1m Butter is now packed in a manner that permits of its carriage from to Europe without losing its freshness A box is formed of sheets of ordinary window glass and time edges are sealed with gum paper This box is then inclosed in plaster of onequarter of an inch thick this be ing again covered with special paper This plaster is a bad conductor of heat so the temperature inside the box re mains time same Boxes are now made to hold 200 pounds of butter and the cost of packing is Id a pound Kodol Dyspepsia Digests what you eat ruined islandare oas either Australia paris Owe Clay King 2964 227 3 4 Owned by W T Noel W B Burton Brown horse 15 hands high bred by Thos B Armitage New YorkN Y will make the season at place 1 mile from Buckeye Post Ollice on 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 re sponsible for same Sire of The King 2i3 4 Nellie Bruce 218 Clay Wilkes 221 Guard 22 The Raven223 Justin J27J4 Daisy 312 27 By King Clay 594 Claymore 2 Eola 2U Kingbrlno220 Doc dam nl ly Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay granddam of Volo Maid2 Sire of Julian 2 ll St Patrick 2 M others sons have sired 175 and daughtershave produced Dick Strongwood 212 Homestake 21 1 etc oo Dam of sire of Medium and WIIdalr Sire of 2 Sire of George Wilkes Electioneer Happy a dam Young Bacchus Emmons Clay King with any kind of stud opportunities would to day be In the first flight of success speed Every man at the Lexington track has seen his get accomplish what has never beendone by the produce of horse they have seen his step quarters in 35J4 seconds and for startling prices seen his older representatives show as muchspeed gameness and race horse qualities as those of any ever quartered In Ken W T NOEL W B BURTON Buckeye Ky- stand Jack at the same place under the same terms at SGOO for horse muleG old 15 hands fl8n known as BurdIne JackHe has proven himself a good breeder Mares taken at 200 per month W T NOEL Buckeye Ky 2i64 Dorado Sire of IillIl21 21 2 Edgar 228 Queen Clay is9 etc1 Kill andI3 St ms 2I22 dam Belle Brandon by 10 Amy 20 Gov Wilmar 2 29 sIre of 2 Harold etc Jenny by TomWonderDuroc horsemantucky I and 800 for mare mule Black Jack Miss Marble 14 2734 vi1I also I f Is my fortvne said the pretty maid of the ballad It is a mat ter of history that beauty has l the only dower of many a o woman whose name has become historic But on the other g hand how many a woman of a large heart and roble mind has been compelled to say My face g is my misfortune There can be few greater misfortunes that o or other eruptions The cause 2i of these blemishes is found in tj an impure condition of the TV Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery purifies the blood and entirely eliminates the elements which corrupt it It cures sadnla eczema pimply eruptions brown spots boils erysipelas and ft other disfiguring diseases which are caused by the impure coodi tion of the blood For about one year and a half ray face was very barfly broken writes Miss Carrie Adams of 116 West Main Street Mich I U a great deal of money with doctors and for different kinds o medicine bat O received no benefit At last I read one of your advertisements in a paver and obtained a bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical I Before I had taken one bottle of this mediciue I noticed a change and after taking three bottles I was entirely cured I can well recommend Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to any one similarly afflicted Three times I have cured myself of erysipelas writes Mrs Lotita MHch 0 ell of 1824 Adeline Street Oakland Alameda Co Calif your I Golden Medical Discovery after 1 bad been under the doctors care O relief The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines 6 He gains you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets invigorate stomach liver tad bowels v 1 le o v n IdJ 8i IraCeI t ff 1 6 Ib l Iell S g I2 tt tacan befall a woman than to g neve her face m ed by pimples e blood make the skin clear the blood must he made pa tt oat I ft o t foundno CP g PtQ i ee 0 1tl g1 1 a gi c ti Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids nature in strengthening aud It ia the latest ant tonic INO other approach in efficiency relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Stomach Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia all other results of imperfect digestion Prlca50c and St Large size contains Sit time Przaarcd by E C DeWITT CO Chicago L F HUBBLE Attorney Law Heal Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentncky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms J I HAMILTON FKANK McMitLox Hamilton MitaSuccessors S s McCiuire DEALERs IX Monuments aiidTombstones of all kinds We can furnish you kind of stone you desire and satisfaction CJu dS 0I Dyspepsia Cure reconstructing the exbzust digestive organs discovered igest preparation- can it Sir small siz llook all aoou dyspepsiu ailedlreo A at t withany guarantee iri and Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for work now we can make whereby you can pay for same on long time and easy pay ments SHOP NEAR DEPOT MUTUAL POOL ON FUTURE EVENTS The Kentucky Derby Metropolitan Brooklyn and Surburban Handicaps American Derby etc Estimated value of each pool 100000 TICKETS EACH For entries circulars and full par ticulars address MUTUAL SWEEPSTAKES ASSN MILTON YOUNG Mgr Lexington Ky Reference Lexington City National Bank Queen Crescent Time Card PAS3S3 DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 600 aiuNumber 6 Daily Number 4 Daily Dow Not 350 urn Number stops when lugged 111 pm Number nt stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 5t ajn SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops m nmNumberNumber 3MIdnit On Flasr Hr25p m arrangements 100 272m l win I I when tinged 11 t5 15 MONUMMTS Good work at moderate prices Before buying your monumental work get our prices It is you want when you buy a headstone oar moan merit Poorly Finisilwii Work is Dear At Any Price Select stock Vermont and blue Imported Italia Creole and Pink Marbis our prices f r Granite MOb ments We will appreciate your trade Shop at old Telephone office Stanford street JAS I WHITE Propr Jno Harwood Shop Mgr Page Wire Fence Pago Fence Ufast he of PAGE WBiE I have just received a car load of this Ftmv and you will will call on you J T Lea veil Lancaster Xy Ho for Dallas i 5 uvc5 Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to CENT A MILE I I I I I i I t t L fun buying i i 2th quality a twit IebrzitetJ Finest trains in the South THROUGH TO DALLAS cia Confederate Veterans Trains from Chattanooga and intermediate points fShould enough basinets roatriaCz through service fc Dui is will b4 I from Kentucky and Tennessee points Stop Overs rI en route are allowed on Q C tickets Choice of routes via New Orleans r I or via Shreveport Ask TIcket Agents QOCM ft Crescent f Route and scheJotes FrCTBUpis and books sent for the asking t S without change on Spe i 1 cw DIV oIICoT swrr P Lnlll4TV I C Co P A CHoTTAOINA HNi A T P A WoI C RNCAA GCNL CINCINSAT A 0 also aboat rates CLL Pa t cIeceer-nm Li 5 i COSe c DrCCLMArs IHT a GCNANAR ure constipation by agitating the They S secretes enough bile to make the continual and increasing doses to attain results the liver acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malaria Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE I vowels out regular action cannot be secured until erintestines II tcpJiiP J Unnatural j