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THIlt JSXTJl Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter LA1SDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APR 17 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR gttnttal 1 ttofbrBJl YUJIItEl I LOUIS I 1 1 With full line of Dry Goods Fancy Notions Corsets Hosiery Gloves MILLINERY Shoes Slippers Clothing Hats Shirts Furnishing Goods Mens Boys Shoes READY t1 SPRING i t- t t t 1 t l i Lii 1 FOR L I TRADE- rr 4 x We can show the best up to elate stock in Central Kentucky Come to see us 4 m M M n M m t n M M 1 H i 1 t 1 f THE10GAf1 UH 4QjDS OJ t H I Z rr- Y b f f+ ++++ Local Interest IMiiIt Social There will l e a Pink Social at Her rings school house Saturday the IDtli beginning promptly at G p in 15 cts for one or two for 25 cts The Ladies Aid The above societv will meet with Mrs Sam Ilaselden next Saturday afternoon at two oclock The artesian well will be sunk on Mr Wards mill lot The stand pipe will be located back of Cipt Thomas Austins on Crab Orchard street School The school census just completed shows 32v5 children between the ages of six and twenty years 1 7 males and JaG females This is an increase of twelve over last year Beginning Tuesday night there will be services each evening next week at the Methodist church Sermons by Revs Vaught Arnold and the pastor Services at 730 All invited lEcinp IIreicer Mr Geo T nigginbotham tells us of his colored hands Geo Wethers broke 511 pounds of hemp recently For three consecutive days he averaged 454 pounds Xow who can beat this Mrs Gill of Philadelphia jive a splendid entertainment at the Court house Saturday night She is a fine singer and speaker and those who heard her are trying to secure return date Sure S of Sjirlus Cynthiana Democrat Spring 5s surely at hand Louis Landrams Lan caster RECORD is filling up on poetry Yes and we are filling up on jowl and turnip greens Come down old boy A Splendid Show The Gus Sun Minstrels gave tlc best and cleanest show at the Garrard Opera House Friday night that has ever been witnessed in this city The music was superb the dancing the commedians far above the average and the members of the troupe gentlemen in every respect If all traveling organizations were Mire Gus Suns there would be rejoic ing among the amusementloving pub M Jx I wv Ow It w w44 0o of Prayer excellent r I 5 r Ltc t Census SYcch Champion one gus Fsr tick 3Iatrimo2Iii On Wednesday at o oclock p m Mr NY B Stone who rendered valiant military service in the Philippins and Miss Ella the beautiful daughter of Mr John T Leavel were married at the home of the bride by Eld A R Moore To Corresinulciiti Please bear in mind that to insure publication we must have your letters early in the week We cannot have them set on Wednesdays for several reasons Mail them early Sometimes they reach us in time and sometimes they wander around the county for several days before reaching our box K O HI The Maccabees have paid to Mr B F Hudson guardian for Miss Ida Austin 1000 the amount of protec tion carried by her father R E deceased in that order This is now the largest lodge in town and the order is one of the most progressive of the age having 770000 members and a surplus fund of 1400000 The committee appointed to secure subscriptions to defray expense of on the Christian church has in raising 2500 of the required sum 3000 It is believed the re maindercan without much trouble It is the desire of the to begin the work as early as possible and the matter will be taken up next Sunday morning The Garrard County Medical Society will convene in Lancaster at The Gar rard Hotel Friday April 25th 330 oclock p m Dr E J Brown of Stanford will present a paper on Acute And Chronic Osteomylitis Its Pathology and Treatment Dr ET G Sandlin will present a paper on Organic Lesions of the Heart It is desired that every member of the Society be present II M Grant Sec Lancaster Uleii Wage gusher Xo 2 came in Tuesday and is said to be good for more oil a day than the 3000 barrel a day well which came in Feb 18th Everyone is congratulating the Lancaster Oil Co on its good fortune in buying the John Wage farm last week for 25000 The stock of the Atlantic Pacific Oil Co is already at a premium and the stock of the Lancaster Oil Co will soon be above par The company offers a limited amount now but this will be withdrawn from the market very soon s n r Austin Sticceedi UcJ repairs succeeded be obtained J I I office Lucky 8 Important to Church Members Tim RECORD is asked to urge upon members of the Christian church the importance of their being present at the services next Sunday morning Business of unusual importance in re gard to church repairs is to be at tended to Oratorical Contest The InterCollegiate Oratorical Con test will be held at Danville April 18 1902 Central Universities will be Mr James W Par ker who was a student at Richmond last year K S C K U and George town will also be represented by able men There will be a dance after the contest as well as a base ball game that afternoon First of Season The L run its first excur sion to Cincinnati next Sunday As in previous years the rate has been fixed at 150 for the round trip and you ate given the entire day in the city leaving there at 730 p In The first ball game of the season will be played that day the theatre are all open the Zoo and many other places of amusement furnishing enough to keep you sight seeing the entire day Returning train reaches Lancas ter at 1211 midnight Interesting Services Rev C M Chumbley having accept ed the call from the Presbyterian church in Lancaster will be formally installed into the pastorate on Sunday April 20 1102 at 11 oclock a m Dr NY O Roberts will preside preach the sermon and propound the consti tutional questions Dr J W Wor rall will deliver the charge to the peo ple Dr J S McKee will charge the pastor and Rev J W McClung will offer the ordination prayer body is cordially invited to be pres emit Kentucky 011 Journal Xo newspaper in Kentucky attempts to give all the news of the oil develop ment each week The Kentucky Oil Journal Barbourville Ky is a record of industrial effort with particular ref erence to the progress of work the production of oil in Kentucky There are now more than 500 oil in the State developing or bout to begin work of development The Journal is a sixteen page well weekly 2 a year lOca copy The Kentucky Oil ville Ky wants a newsboy here to sell the paper on the streets Thursday HutIf r Kii lcinaii Dead News of the death of Butler Engle man at Paint Lick Tuesday after noon was a great shock to the many friends of that excellent gentleman in this city lie had been suffering from heart trouble for some time but took a turn for the worse last week The deceased was engaged in the hotel at Paint Lick lie was well known all over the country No man was better thought of or had more friends lie leaves a wife and several children Funeral services were con ducted by Eld R M Campbell at the residence in Paint Lick and the re mains interred at the Lancaster Cem etery A more extended notice of Mr Engleman will appear in next As Others See UN Louisville CENTRAL RECORD of Lancaster edited by genial Louis Landram has just rounded out the twelfth year of its existence Louis is one of the few men who have ever been able to make an independent weekly paper a success THE RECORD is one of the most attractive papers in the State Somerset Journal The Lancaster RECORD is twelve years old and Louis Landram has guided its helm for the past seven years and is about as well known as the town in which he lives and labors There is wisdom and a sprinkle of quaint humor in all his writings a cleanliness in his paper that denotes a correct estimate of the responsibility of his position as chief spokesman for a hightoned llrof Patterson ICesIuns Prof J II Patterson Friday ten dered his resignation as principal of the Lancaster Graded Schools which was accepted by the trustees Prof Patterson has accepted a position as vicepresident of the Sullins College for young ladies at Bristol Tenn a place much more lucrative than the present one The Lancaster school has done wonderful work under his management and is now one of the best in Kentucky When he took charge there was an enrollment of 150 scholars has an of 3GO The school receives about 900 this year for tuition from living outside the district and is this year enabled to cancel a number of bonds which speaks well for its able management Prof Patterson has made many frjencjs while in our midst and we regret that he has de cided to leave He is thoroughly as a teacher is a fine and an allround good He will have of the mathematical department of the Sullins school He will continue with the Lancaster school until its close in June TilE RECORD wishes him abundant success in his new field N will bus r Every looking- to companies illustrated JournalBarbour every business issue TimesThe community Itnow attendance scholars qualified disciplinarian 4 representative I Remembered by Older Citizens A letter to the editor from our friend Samuel E Carey of Keekuk Ia announces the death in that city of Mrs Jennie GarfieldWaite widow of the late Horace F Waite Mr Carey adds Mrs Waite will ue remembered by some of the older citizens of Lancaster where she resided from about 1848 to 1853 and was the first principal of the Franklin Female Institute of that city She went from Lancaster to the city of Chicago in the latter year and had re sided there until her death She leaves one daughter and two sons her sister Mrs Lucy Garfield Carey who is the last one left of a large family- I attended a banquet last night given by the old soldiers and heard the name of General Landram highly spoken of by an officer who was under his command which pleased me very midsummer Milliner The light airy effects which mark ed the winter models will be exagger ated in the midsummer hats says the May Delineator Hats made entirely of tulle or of tulle with lace straw drawn through openings in tiny puffs are extremely popular and are in a variety of shapes The tuck ed tulle toques are charming especi ally in black with the tucks white There are hats of flowers and hats of leaves and by far the smartest are made entirely of foilage and berries or of chrysanthemum straw which closely resembles the petals of the flower from which it its name All the popular shapes and fashionable colors are procurable in this straw Soft pliable Italian chips Tuscan straws and other braids are wonderfully like silk and offer great possibilities when cleverly The prevailing shapes this season it may be noted are Hat and broad Of Interest to Ladies One of the most interesting depart ments of our store will be found in the Wash Goods for the exquisitely dainty colorings and fine texture of these fabrics will make a strong to any one of good taste About the price there is but one comment to be are the lowest quoted anywhere for equal grades See our White Embroidered Trimmed Waists Gibson and other style colored Mad ras gingham and many excellent values We are showing beautiful line of White and Colored Waists styles are not to be seen elsewhere We are offerirAr the great est values in the city in TaffetaMoire or Peau de Soie Silk Waits black white and all the most col You should see our line and stylish Ginghams ir such as stripes plaids checks and shades We have the Bas tistes in all the latest colored grounds with dainty figures stripes and polka dots also a full of solid shades See our new shipment Sol id Colored Linens full 3G inches wide in all the latest solid shades a splen did material stylish shirt waists and dresses Call and see us as we will make it to your interest to do so J Joseph Louisville Itluslc Pcstlvnli More than GOO musicians including the choruses will take part in the Annual Music Festival in Lou isville April 21 22 and 23 1902 The Festival is to be held about two weeks earlier because of the determination of the Festival Association to secure the Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra and no other dates could be arranged The Pittsburg Orchestra is one of the three great orchestras of the United States and the equal of any in the world The Orchestra is maintained by Mr Carnegie and other Pittsburg millionaires at an annual expense of 80000 Its home is in the magnifi cent Carnegie Library building erect ed at a cost of over a million dollars Victor Herbert the director is one of the best known musicians in the Uni ted States and will bring sixty musi cians to the Festival Eleven soloists have been engaged They are Messrs Johana GadskiMau reen Mirella apd Charlotte Maconda sopranos Katharine Fisk and Mary Louise Clary contraltos Ellison Van Hoose tenor Plunket Greene Lewis Williams Watkin Mills and Julian Walker bassos Fritz Kreisler vio linist In addition to these there will be grand choral work consisting of the singing of time Requiem Mass of Verdi Brahms Song of Destiny and Me lusia by the Musical Club chorus of 270 voices the Apollo Club chorus of 40 voices the Bach Society of 16 voic es and the Childrens chorus of 250 voices All these will be under the direction of Mr Osborne McConathy conductor Five concerts will bo given two matinees and three evening perform ances A onefare rate has been on all railroads Sale of season tickets begins March 31 and contin ues until April 13 when the sale of single seats begins Season tickets the concerts are 86 single ticKQtS 2 to 50 cents esteemed possibly besides much exhibited stitched- in derives manipulated appeal madethey dimity waists a desIrable ors of new various designs solid Colored o f for Fifth granted many line tall 0 The Kentucky Prohibition Alliance No 21 of Lancaster will meet at Odd Fellows Hall on next Thursday April 17th at 730 oclock As officers for the coming six months are to be elected and other important business transacted it is important that all the charter members attend and also that they invite and bring as many of their friends as possible These meetings are free and open to the public O T Wallace Pres About Railroads A considerable flurry was created in the last few days over the report that the L and iST had been absorbed by the Southern Railway Only a few days prior to this report it was an nounced that the L and Xhad road in the South which by build ing a connection from Jeilico toKnox ville would give it a road one miles shorter to the South than the Southern now has This latter re port is true and surveyors are now in the field making the location As it was also published in the daily papers that the Southern had abandoned the idea of building the ex tension the secretary of the Lancas ter Commercial Club was directed to make inquiries thereto and Monday received a letter from President Spen cer which reads as follows I beg to say that the statement in regard to the abandonment of the proposed ex tension from Burgin to Jeilico is not authorized and I do not think that Mr Wells made any such statement Xow as this begins to get pretty close to us Garrard county people it might be well enough to look into the mat ter a little In the first place the shortening of the L and Ns line will necessarily make the Southern put on its studying cap as these tAo roads are the only ones of any consequence in the South way for the Southern to shorten its road is by building the extension through this county Then in the next place the Southern now has all it can do to han dle the busyness over the Queen Crescent Under the present the Southern sends a vast amount of its freight from Jellico to the Queen Crescent route over the L and N tracks via Junction City The pulling apart of the two roads would prevent this latter of course and the Southern would have to send its freight via Har riman Junction and haul it over the Queen Croscent route all the way which increase in work would require the doubletracking of the Q and C I Notice evening bought- a hundred Bur inJellico Theonly arrangement arrangement I I n C C Any one with a thimblefu of sense knows that to doubletrack the road would require an immense amount of money double the cost of building the BurginJellico extension to say nothing of the many advantages the company would derive from the new road As to the sale of the L and N to the Southern theres no foundation for the report as this rumor was start ed by speculators who are working a rabbits foot on some scheme The laws of Kentucky prevent it in this state anyway As TIlE RECORD has had so much to say on this and has heard of so many slight ing remarks made about our opinion by a few Smart Alecks we will give the above facts for the consideration of our people and to show them that our prospects for a railroad have not gone glimmering as some would have it The 8th District Christian Endear or Society will meet in Lancaster May 9 and 10 C K at Aiitloch The Christian Endeavor Society will organize a society at New Antioch on fourth Sunday All young people of that section are requested to be present The Young Peoples Missnary Sooi ciety of the Presbyterian church will give a social at Odd Fellows hall Fri day the 18thv at 3 to 5 and 8 to 11 oclock p m Fresh candies for sale Admission free A Good Decision The court of appeals has just hand ed down a decision which will great ly aid railroad men is keeping order on trains The drunken toughs who take advantage of cheap rates have the idea they can do as they please and if the train men put them off can sue the company The court decides that a railroad company had the right by its brakeman to eject a drunken passenger who was boisterous and vio lent and therefore incurred no lia bility therefor no more force be ing used than was necessary If the passenger after being properly eject ed was injured by his owh wrongful conduct in running beside the moving train with the intention to get on again the company owed him no legal obligation to stop the train for the purpose of ascertaining whether he had been injured GG Southwestern Rep Ky Judge Burnam 1051 subject the would TIGER I Corn Planters Corn Drills See the TIGER Cultivators J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors t t it I SUPERIOR I ti Ridin t lOur Prices Will SAVE You MONEY t t- f J R lIaselden t t t t t t t Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of i Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward O Os Os O yO S O O S O V When you are in need of SHOES why not come to a SHOE HOUSE to buy them There is absolutely no reason why we should not sell all of the SHOES of Lancaster and the county of Garrard We will give you below a few of the reasons why we should have all the SHOE trade First We carry more SHOES than all the stores in Lancaster combined Second We buy our SHOES direct from the leading manufacturers of America and therefore save the jobbers profits which we give to our customers When a strange shoe drummer comes to Lancaster he knows before he gets here who the leading SHOE man he comes to us first and therefore we set first showing at all the leading SHOE Manufacturers of the United States Ladies SHOES and OXFORDS Misses SHOES and OXFORDS Mens Youths and Boys SHOES are right up to the moment In style Fourth We absolutely GUARANTEE our SHOES to be worth to you the money you pay for them H T LOG A IT The One Price Clothier and Furnisher f v vi nr f y cK J7 0o o 0 0oS H 0 f S ISH 0 fS I 1 o cv0- vg o 02 0o 02 o g is ThirdOur 0 o o o w t i I I ir ijf I 1 O 00O4000000040 0 0000000 0 iw p 0OO O 0 1 0 0 0 0 A a r0 p 0 0 o0 t Q 0 0 r0 p 0 O e 0 8O 0 0 o r r 00 0 0 0 0s 00 9 0 00000000000 4QOOOOOrJOOQC OC 4vCS64E OE d S Par Value of Shares 1 00 Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J Akorn counsel McC Johnston secretary b I t 0 I Bd 7imtiJ tiU lW t i rJ UI1Jb 1 4 yJw 4 SO thEasterc EerltLoky Cii SwJd Gas Cornpsny LaDcaster By I2 I V V 6 k 1 Money is always made by those who get valuable information EARLY and act on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START who do business on the ground floor there is no art in being late It is those who aie EARLY who make the MONEY The TUCKY oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men Experts have pronounced it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and West Vir 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 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 KE- Nt everywhere I X 9 X l fi I j exhausted s question r t 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 promptly our company has se PROPERTIESBy acting fl JmjJ iJL jig 1 rn 0000000000000000 000000 0 rn Ye Can Saye Dloney For You 0 0 rn 0 0 W D pal E3 I I1 0 0 0 J nil C 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 gon Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hauie 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 I o 0o 0o 0 oVa 0 0 0 O 0 Bam la Elmanli o J 0 0 0 0 0 El 0 0 0 L3 0 0 p 0 0 n X000000000000000000000000a o CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky April ilth 1902 WE want more business transacted for the general welfare in the legisla tive halls both state and national and less work in the interest of indi viduals and political parties It is difficult to advance a bill unless it is advocated by some political party and even then if it is not consistent with the principles advocated by the domi nant party the measure will be lost and frequently the bill is drawn with a view to further party interests with out any regard for the public good In this manner the demagogue gets in his work is reelected and the people ascertain too late that the law rimental and must be repealed We have too many laws Much trouble arises from a failure to execute the good laws and this failure results from the fact that officers frequently become corrupt in attempting to se cure certain influential men to aid in their reelections It is a sad state of affairs when we hear the people speak of the political complexion of a court when considering its action in a given case The political corruption of the age is absolutely fearful and the rem edy lies alone in holding fewer elec tions in every department of govern isdet r tr ment and having no election for judg es of the highest state courts but let them hold for life or during good be haviour THE disposition to oppose expansion is selfish and selfishness is one of the most detestable traits in human char acter Suppose that the nations of the Eastern continent had refused to extend their possessions to the conti nent There would not have been a square yard of land to each inhabitant in Europe and this beautiful land would have been wholly occupied by the savage tribes This narrow and contracted disposition to prevent the spread of our civilization and give to the benighted the benefit of our free institutions is miserly pharasaical and uncharitable It is not only an tagonistic to social and national but it is contrary to the spirit of the great ye into all the world and preach the gospel to ev ery creature It is reasonable to in fer that the acquisition of our new possessions was Providential Let the good work of civilizing and christian izing all the nations of the earth go on regardless of the cost A NUMBER of students at State Col lege Lexington assaulted one of the instructors and after beating him up unmercifully then proceeded to beat and bruise a reporter who was trying to learn the particulars These littlp roosters are as you know clad in sol dier clothes which fact seems to make them think as it does the older sol policy commissionGo SEE US Before you buy your Plows Cutting Harrows Corn Planters Cultivators Binders Mowers Rakes Etc Complete line of Implements Call and get our prices Cost nothing T B WALKER SON Successors to J M Higginbotham t t t t t t it IJtt I I I tttlJXtJJJtttttItrt ttIJtI JUtI D0 I f l i j h ii H J I cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields in the State We are now drilling in the splendid BathMenefee field where we hope to bring in a strong well very shortly We have also just closed a contract to sink a num 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 jtwelve hun dred barrels each per day When the Wages gusher came in on Christmas day it was beyong con trol for three days and in spite of all efforts to cap it overflowed for seven miles down the creek fire and destroying the drilling machinery trees drift along the creek for seven miles Our property is just catching andeverything diers that they have license to do the ruffian act be tough and act as they please If some of the little popinjays were put astride a rock pile it would doubtless have a good effect AT Lexington last week Circuit Judge Parker delivered a vigorous charge to the special grand jury em paneled to investigate the companies While the judge may be seriously in earnest in the matter yet nothing will ever come of the move to punish those res ponsible for the losses to so many poor people The reason no convictions will be had is that there are too many prominent people mixed up in it Men of influence can steal all they like and the law only winks at the theft IN the death of T mage the country loses the greatest preacher of the age It is such preach ing as was done by him thatdoes good for the cause of Christ being free from the sensational or mousetrack order It is a bad state of affairs but nevertheless true that many promi nent preachers of today get before the public by some cranky sensational hobby which is preached only for the money there is in it Dr Talmage did more for the cause of religion than has any man in recent years Railroads arc Not Enemies The old feelings that anything you can get out or a railroad company is so much gain is dying out and peo ple are learning that the railroads are the best friends any community can haveNo community can thrive without railroad facilities and the greater these facilities the better the for thrift Every town maybe benefitted by cultivating the acquain tance of the railroad people and get ting them interested in the local pro cess This is not a difficult matter for the railroad men know that what ever goes to build up the towns on their lines helps their company also and in nearly every instance are rea dy and willing to do more than their share in cooperation with the people They should be known personally by the business men of the different towns for a personal acquaintance has much to do with fostering good feeling The ambition of the towns in the way of public improvements should be made known to them and in of ten the railroads will aid and encourage the people In short the railroads and the com munities should get close together and work for mutual good rather than along lines of antagonism Ex BUENA YISTA H Smith bought of Lancaster one sow and six shoats for J W Dismukes sold to J B Ruble one cow for 25 also bought of Will Scott Jr one cow for The box supper given week before last by the pupils of Miss M Dunn as sisted by a few young ladies was a suc cess Fourteen boxes were sold which brought The highest price paid for a single box was The proceeds are to be used in repairing the house Mr James Spilman had the misfor tune recently to lose two steers by a stack of millet falling in upon them Mr Logan Duncan of Indiana is here Purpie the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Andy Broughton died last Wednesday Benj Allen an electrician has secur ed a position in Mitchell Ind and his family leave Saturday to join him Misses Lucretia Skinner and May me Bastin accompanied by Mr Ross Bastin of your city spent Sunday with the family of Albert Skinner Rev Terrill and family of Duganvllle are the guests of P S Terrill and fam ily Mr J W Munday and family of Harrodsburg spent Sunday with rela tives here Miss Lillian Poor the 14yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Poor by request of Prof Grinstead of Danville recited before the teachers association in Harrods burg last Friday night It will be re membered that Lillian won first prize as a speaker at the contest in your city last November She also has as a musician I Investment DeYitt Tal opportunity nine cases out Rufus Moss near 23 25 1485 225 withrelatives u u JosephHospital talent between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just above and 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 tracts within a few hundred yards of us are to be drilled as soon as derricks can be erected and ma chinery placed Not less than 100 other wells are under contract in the vicinity so we are entirely by this development and are right in the center ofthis splen did Oil Pool having strong pro ducers on the four sides ofus which absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and immediately severalother surrounded BllYANTSVILLE There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday Mr Robinson has moved to Kirks ville and will make that his home Logan Ison had the misfortune tp cut his thumb off in a cutting box Mr Jack Dunn is not so well at this writing also Bent Ilolcombs little children are on the sick list There will be no preaching at the Grove Sunday Rev Garrison will go to Louisville to fill Rev Powells appoint ment who is holding a protracted meeting in Danville B F Jennings of Danville visited relatives here last week S G Hasel den and wife spent Sunday with rela tives here Mr Alf Ball and family of jSieholasville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Ball MANSE Wm Royston bought a mule from Geo Jennings Jr for 875 Prayer meeting services will hence forth be held on Wednesday afternoon at three oclock Miss Panthea Royston returned to Bowling Green last week after a visit to the home folk There will be services at the Presby terian church Sunday morning by Rev McDowell and Sunday night by Rev JohnsonThere will be an entertainment at Manse school house by the pupils of that school Friday night April 25th consisting of tableaux songs and tations by some by some talented teachers Music by the Paint Lick band Ten cents will be charged for the incidental expenses of the school LOWELL Mrs J M Meadows is on the sick list this week- J M Metcalfe sold to John Smith his combined saddle mare last week Jesse B Parks went to the moun tains last week on a prospecting tour There was preaching at the Baptist church Sunday and a large crowd at tendedThe little son of Isaiah Metcalfe who has been quite ill with pneumo nia is much bteter at this writing Gaines Henderson who had his toe taken off last week is getting along nicely and will be able to be at work soonMr Dow Parks and wife visited Jes se Parks and family Sunday Mrs Mattie Hardwick and children visited her parents Sunday at Manse Hardwick who is working at Lancas ter came home Saturday to visit his parents Millard Meadows and wife visited their parents Sunday at this place McCIlEARV T C Gulley sold to W A Sebastan a male hog for 7 Born to the wire of Alex Layton a fine Jr L Davidson sold his hogs to John Ballard for May delivery at Gc George Saddler sold to different par ties about thirty barrels of corn at the pen at 83 per barrel John Hill sold to Steve Walker one mule for and also bought from same party a mule for 840 and 6 hogs at Gc per lb W A Sebastian sold to Alex Simpson a sow and nine pigs for Alex Simpson bought from different parties three sows and pigs at and Miss Cleo Royse has been on an ex tended visit to her aunt Mrs Curd of Burgin Miss Kate Ham is visiting Miss Edna Gulley W M Simpson has gone to Louisville Sunday school was organized at this place on March 30th with Mr Ben Ham Superintendent We earnestly beg the parents to see that the chil dren are in attendance every Sunday We want the old men and women to come too You may hear something at Sunday school that you dont get over the telephone Very good crowd attended the sale of the late Robert Austin brought 8100 horses sheep and iambs halfinterest in threshing outfit brought 845 halfinterest in shreder oats 50 to 60c per bushel farming implements sold low re i n T I boyAlex 65 25 20 25 40 335 50 Nr A Mules 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 roo per share in amounts from one share up Every purchaser of stock will own an interest in all the of this company Those who got in on the ground floor in the Stickford Sunny Brook Mt Ster ling and several other companies here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of thous ands of dollars and it will grow to millions during this year and we are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good properties fortune PKEACHERSYILLE Mrs George King will leave for Dal las Texas next week to be gone about thirty days Judge James I White of Lancaster was here last week leasing land for coil oil Hutchins was in Knox county first of the week in the interest of the Hutch ins oil and gas Co W II Brown has been in Rockcastle county buying hogs Miss Cleta McDonald who has been visiting relatives here for some time has returned to her home in Knox county Miss Lena Hobbs one of Lancasters most beautiful la dies and brothers Joe and Thomas was visiting here Sunday Judge Williams of Mt Vernon was here on legal business last week WillieMul lins of Rockcastle county was here last week on business MT HEBRON George W Sherrow is on the sick listCaleb Johnson sold some shoats to Henry Montgomery at 5c Mr Steven Yanderpool bought a work mule from Jeff Dunn for 100 Mr and Mrs Oliver Meridith and daughter Bessie of Stanford spent part of last week with John Arander pool and family Mrs Wm Winkles and two children of Stone visited her brother John A Brim Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lizzie Allen and daughter Eva have returned from a visit to Georgetown Mr Philip Mc Million and wife of McCreary were in our midst last week Mrs Thos Montgomery and daughter and Mr Clark Brown and wife were guests of Mr Oscar Montgomery and family Mr and Mrs Harvey Dean were called to Illinois a few days ago on account of their mothers illness Mr Brum field has moved to the house just va cated by Mr Dean BUCKEYE Delayed Letter Mr Joe Simpson sold a horse to Dan Doolin for Smith and Rubles bought of L San ders 1C stock hogs at She average wt 102 lbs W H Duncan one of our enterpris ing merchants is preparing to enlarge storeMr Ray will erect a modern cottage on lot where his house recent ly burnedRev Bruce of Danville filled his appointment at this place Satur day and Sunday also preached Sun day night Mr Alex Miles is contemplating erecting a handsome residence on farm about a half mile below Buckeye on a spacious blue grass ridge Mr Wm Askins departed this life Sunday morning after an illness of ten or twelve days The burial took place at the Harmony burying ground Monday morning He leaves a wife three sisters and one brother to mourn lossMr Ray is spending a week at Frankfort on business Goin to have soda fountain is triin to copy ever thing it can from Lancaster city Mr and Mrs Teater entertained a large num ber of young folk Friday evening from Stone and Buckeye in honor of their visitors Misses Elizabeth Dean and Allie Harris two popular young la dies of near Nicholasville Warren England of Missouri was mingling with friends here last week Mrs John Christopher and daugh ter from near Lexington have re turned to their home after a brief to relatives here Misses Dean and Jennings of Pink Jessamine county who have been the guests of Mrs Willard Wilson went home Mr and Mrs J W Dismukes en tertained a number of young friends at their home Saturday evening mu sic and conversation were the features of the evening Mrs Margaret Robinson the oldest person in this section celebrated her 90th anniversary Aunt Peggy as she is generally known en joys very health attends church even in the winter and drives several miles to visit friends She has ten children thirtysix grandchildren and twentythree great grandchil dren A bountiful dinner was prepar ed by her daughterinlaw Mrs J B Robinson Those present were Mrs Spilman Mrs Tomlinspn Mrs Mag T L I 25 hereBuckeye u last Friday Rood t i Harmon visit Sunday IN CONCLUSION We that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company shall be econo mically and wise as human fore sight can provide expended in the development of Companys prop ertyThat no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a divi dendpaying basis and has actually PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in divid nds to all the holders of its capital stock If you desire to invest invest NOW We need your money NOW for development purposes We will it LATER Vhen we have brought in the first two wells the stock will be withdrawn from sale entirely We refer to every Bank or business house in Garrard county Address all communications to the Secretary iI j I jt NOTneed I Vguar- antee Robinson daughters herson J B Rob inson Mrs Bolton Mrs Wm Baker of Versailles Frances Tomlinson and C Robinson grandchildren Virgil Wilds guest grandson Mr and Mrs Ilogan Misses Lizzie and MinnieDunn Bryantsville Miss Florence Christo pher and Wm Baker of Versailles Geo Rogers bought a horse of Geo Robinson for 20 hose Lawson sold a work horse to Jim Pointer for 75 Geo Miller sold a 2yearold colt to Leslie Ilarber for S65 There was prayer meeting at Jake Clouse Wednesday night A K Walker has sold all his hounds to James Slavin of Texas Fort Cook bought a sow and six shoats of Jim Naylor for 25 Lon McQuerry bought a cow and calf of Gee Comer for S2250 W II Furr bought two hogs from Mrs Florence Cormoney for S10 There will he preaching every Sun day at Good Hope at 11 oclock a m We are requested to announce that there will be a box supper at Good There will be preaching at Lawson Chapel every first Sunday and Sunday night In each month by the pastor Rev Hobbs There will be Sunday school at Law son Chapel every Sunday at halfpast 2 eclock ana also prayer meeting ev ery Sunday night Misses Zilla and Carrie Archer of April26th FLAT WOODS Perrvville school are visiting their parents Mrs S Archer this week Mr and Mrs G W Spangler visited W II Furr Saturday and The members of Good Hope church have organized a Sabbath school with Rev Reeves superintend out Miss Gertrude Merrimatt and her brother Johnnie were Miss Lucy and Willie Cormouy lest week SWEKNEiT A Harber bought of W Mlfflei one fllly for ST Farmers are thankful to see this pretty weather Mr Wm Land sold to Baylor Holtz claw two hops for SIT Mrs Emma E Perkins sold to Mr Tom Elfcin four heifers MId bought of J M Roberds one cow for 3 M rs Emma E Perkins now owns and drives the fast pacing mare that be longed to J S rained at 5TOO Mrs Thompson has returned from a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Pointer of Mt Vernon 2fias Fannie Austin is her sister at Crab Orchard this week Mr Mrs 31 0 Kennedy visited Mr aad Mrs J B Sutton Sunday frs Belle Austin and Nannie visited friends in Crab Orchard 7 S BEAZLEY i Teeth extracted without p tn with Vitalized Air OOke in BuIUliuir Itonville street ppo ite Presbyterian church h u Sunday L G at leo S Dawes and R E visiting daughter DENTIST the Bookout Mi r and visiting anti The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Purest brands of Varnishes Brushes Etc LS i PAINTZ and Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc I c 1 McRoberts Drug Store B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store G LEWIS Y LEAYELL President Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS we have ever shown f S l J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on renl estate mortgages J S ROBINSON Vice Presfc ORGANIZED 1883 I The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I J Of LANCASTER KY i CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKER Bookkeeper f I Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson J J J Walker T M Arnold S S The National Bank6 OF LANCASTER KY S CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 3 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C Cashier 0 Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper 0 S V DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Q 2 O S OiS O O O O O W O RIGNEY Ass Cashr I 3 I493 2 y DES Y J Asst Casl1r 2 OJfl i 000000000000000000000000000000000 0 do 0 0 0 p 0 0 2 0 0 ii 0 F Q SEE THEM DISC SHOE 2 horse 1 horse K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS MILLINERY New hats Of all kinds and of Every description for Ladies and Misses Something to suit all In both SPRING and SUMMER effects Take time to Examine our stock and Remember OUR Styles are the CORRECT THINGS NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS CORr PLANTERS J j j t SS t 1- I L l f 7 J V V J V Vv Vyr1n t 1 i t 4 About The People 4 M M U M M M M Mrs J C Thompson has been ill a few days Mrs Sam Portwell is in town for a weeks visit to friends Mrs Charley Doty of Lexington is visiting relatives here D M Lackey and W A Arnold are very much better today Attorney Wallace Yarnon of Stan ford was here yesterday Miss Bessie Batson and Will Embry were in Stanford Sunday Miss Amos Willis of Kirksvillc was in town shopping Saturday Mrs Clay A rnold was the guest of Mrs Geo T Farris Saturday Mrs W B Voss is in Middlesboro vis iting her mother Mrs Colson Miss Lena Palmer of ICirksville was with friends here Saturday Miss Mary Kemper has lKcn quite sick with pneumonia is some better Rev L Robinson is in Salvisa this week attending his Missionary Insti tute Sherley Elkin has accepted a posi tion as clerk in R E McRoberts JJrug storeMrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick is visiting her parents J Thompson and wife Mrs Brown of Milledgeville was with her sister Mrs J II Sympson last week Mrs Stephens and Miss Martha Til lett have gone to Louisville for sever al days visit 3fe Lulu McClure of Crab vis visiting several days last week Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sis ter at Lexington MLVernon ColonehMrs R EThomp son of Lancaster visiting her moth er Mrs Wm Pointer Mrs Wm Lear and Misses Louise t Seed j I Garden 1 Seed 1 All Sorts Onion Sets illBallon Sons T i t Orchard Mrs Potatoes i J POt tO S i or t i of 1 r J JJ o fort 1 i y Bastin E i r at I Kauffman and Olivia Sweeney visited Mrs Dr Amon last week Richard Anderson has taken a posi tion in Stormes drug store Jim Rucker the clever Ellen N agent at Paint Lick was here Tues lay Mrs Edwin Arnold entertained at dinner Mesdames Nag Folger and II A B Marksbury Thursday Miss Sallie Tillett Mrs W K Shu gars and Malcolm Tillett were in Me Kinney Saturday with friends Mrs Mag Folger has returned to her home in Nicholasville after a weeks visit to her brother AV A Arnold Misses Jennie Parks and Bettie Francis of Paint Lick were visitors to their auntMrs S Robinson Thurs day Rev J M Bruce has taken rooms with Dr Sandlin and is more conve niently located to his two country churchesMiss Burton of Buckeye was the guest of her brother W B Burton at the Garrard Hotel Friday and at tended the minstrels Mrs W K Shugars is in McKinney visiting her father and brothers while her mother Mrs Tanner is visiting her son in Texas Misses Alberta Hilton Kate Simp son and Messrs R II Batson and Dave Walker were guests of Miss Helen Thurmond Bryantsville Sunday Lancaster friends have received news of the engagement of Miss Lyne Letcher of Henderson to Mr J C Stargur of IIillsboroOhio The wed ding will occur in June Mrs W B Mason entertained Mr and Mrs dinner a few days since There were eight persons in the room at one time two greatgrand mothers two grandmothers two grandfathers and mother and baby Col Jim Maret of Mt Vernon was in town yesterday When the oil boom subsides he and Telephone Bas tin are going to buy one of the deepest holes continue drilling thro the earth and establish direct connection with China George Smith Jr Idffcyesterday for a visit to Dallas and other western points He will be gone several weeks and promises TIlE RECORD some in teresting letters He will represent the Cincinnati Enquirer at the Dallas Confederate reunion The following card will be of interest to many Lancaster friends of both the prospective bride and groom Jlr and Sirs T A Robertson iiiyite you to be present nt the marriage of their daughter Stella Holton to Daniel Price Hemphill Thursday evening April twentyfourth at seven oclock nineteen hundred and two at home Cyuthiauu Ky Stanford Journal Miss Elisa Lusk Garrards accomplished school super intendent was here Wednesday Mesdames Mildred Beazley and W S Beazley of Lancaster were with rela tives here yesterday lIon R II Tomlinson of Lancaster came yesterday to see our gusher Wm Herndon of Lancaster went up to Knox Wednesday to see the gusher that had recently come in on his lands Mr J II bympson of Lan caster was here yesterday Dr J M Acton and Judge James C Hemp hill of Lancaster were callers at this office Friday Millard Rout one of Garrards best citizens was here Sat urday Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat I r I Faulconer at i r r f I telephone Attorney HH 4 4 H Business anti Bargains Machine needles and oil at 0 Thompsons All kinds of seeds at T Curreys Tuberose and other bulbs at Thomp sons New stock fine violins and strings Thompson 200 parlor matches forone cent Lancaster Grocery Co 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 Beans at 3c per lb at Lancaster Grocery Co Wanted Dressed fowls for cash or groceries T Curreys Cotton seed and hulls fine for milk cows Lancaster Grocery Co A few select hemp seed for sale R M West tf When in town get a bargain at The Racket store 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 tf 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 10 years Your trade will be appreciated at The Racket Store opposite 1 will run my corn mill every Mon day 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 Bring your eggs to The RacketStore and get a nice rug or some other which their store is full of For funeral designs and wedding decorating see Ed C Gaines agent for Bell the florist Orders hastily tilled For Sale A good Jersey cow with young calf 2t J X Dunn Bryantsville Ky A few fresh cows J C Siler Lancaster Ky Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock food sold only by T Currey Bring us your eggs and butter we pay highest prices cash or trade Lancaster Grocery Co People dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts Hour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality tf Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed them International Stock food Sold by T Currey The best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist at Garrard Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf For heist Front room back room adjoining Rent reasonable Over our store tf T B Walker Son Seed Corn We have a fine assortment of the best variety of seed corn for sale II 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 Cisterns Cleaned T J Hatcher is prepared with lat est improved machinery to clean your cistern with no loss of water Cost small tf Cabbage Tomatoes Pepper Sweet Potatoes Celery Call at Racket Store in Stormes blockJoseph Faulconer Sr Attention Ladle We have 75 pairs of Ladies Oxfords that we have put out on tables to close out at less than manufacturers cost II T Logan Take your clothes to Geo Eckstein near Garrard Hotel and have them cleaned repaired and pressed in the latest manner Hes a firstclass tai lor Mursee Cholera Remedy is guaranteed to cure Hog Cholera Measles Chicken Cholera Limber neck and Gaps in young chickens Sold and guaranteed by F P Frisbie Lancaster W D Marksbury Marcellus Ioffer my house on Richmond street recently built and occupied by R Gj Ward and now occupied by D D Geigor for sale The house is built of the best material and in splendid con dition Terms to suit purchaser 4rlO2t it t r r t I I bargain Richmond Plant J H Patterson 4 4 4 4 C Thompson S rutted S C d r Chicken recd for sale at Marlcsbury Sons ISIS and Poultry Will pay 11 c per dozen for Eggs and per lb for lIens II B Northcott For Sale Cheap Air slacked Lime for whitewashing and disinfecting Also good bulk and barrel Lime II B Northcott SG000 in amounts to suit borrower at six percent Apply to TILE RECORD office for further information 227tf We have samples of cotton seed j meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf II A B Marksbury Son New Uiidertalccr 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 We Are rise Leaders Henry Duncan Tonsorial Artist Criniculturul Abscission Phrenological Tripsis Hydropathical Shaver of Beards All Work Physiognomical Executed If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you no warning you can save cost before we reach your name Sander Ward Notice I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year 1901 All parties knowing themselves indebted to the school district will save cost by calling at once and settle as my must be closed for settlement 417tf E W Treas Itcdciiiptiou or School JSomU The following bonds Nos 16 18 19 29 35 57 GS G9 will be retired July 1 1902 All persons holding same are notified to present them to E W Harris treasurer July 11902 for pay meat After above date no interest will be paid on them J BKinnaird Sec T Currey Pres 4103t 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 bring a full line of samples house This will save you a days labor besides the money saved in getting the best prices J C Hemphill M D Hughes 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 The Time Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap and neat We have the finest and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all ti the latest designs viz fiorentines tap estries stripes and tlorals We will do work any where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster Ky 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 carload freight rates which also means considerable saving we are of fering itat correspondingly low prices Now is your opportunity to order a Monument of the best grade of Barre granite and of artistic design and execution lettered in the quarries shipped direct to your own town and delivered when desired at very low prices If you wish to see our prices or furtner information write us Wm Adams Son 2G3m Lexington Ky MAIIKSJJUEY M G Aldridge sold twenty sheep and lambs to T I Herring for S50 Mr T I Herring has rented his ten ant house to Mr Anderson of Hubble The Ladies Working Society will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs J B Kemper airs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster visited friends here the first of the week Mrs Henry Burdett and son and daughter of Bryantsville visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Rev Stallings will preach at the Fork church Saturday and Sunday one cordially invited Miss Nettie Kemper has been quite sick Mr J R Russell is still quite sick with typhoid fever Mr Leonard Pollards children have about recovered from their recent illness Miss ton visited Mrs J I Hamilton of Lan baster Friday and Saturday and at tended the minstrel show Mrs Eliza Ray and granddaughter of Buckeye 7 e to Lon geed ad by paying Harris to your cheapest 2 03m Sue Sut familyTuesday Money C 1 books gill preparing Now s Every Skirt finishers and waist builders Good pay to right parties Address the Parlssian Danville Ky ap172t AVallis Without Crutches I was much afllicted 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 a number of persons all express themselves as being benefited by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts 1m Lots of people hive advice freely be cause it doesnt cost them anything Wants To Help Others I had stomach trouble all my life says Edw Mehler proprietor of the Union Bottling Works Erie Pa and tried all kinds of remedies went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moments peace Finally I read of Kodol Dys pepsia 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 You dont have to diet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat 1m Turn about is fair play to the small boy on a merrygoround Thins German Syrup is tion of Dr A Boschee a celebrated German Physician and is acknowl edged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all Lung troubles of the severest nature re moving as it does the cause of the af fection 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 1SGS and is now sold in every town and vil lage in the civilized world Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Stormes drug store Gm The man who owns but one shirt is necessarsly short of change Good fur lUieuiimtit Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and After trying several and rheumatic cures I to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in the South After two of this remedy I was much better and after using one bottle was completely cured Sallie Harris Salem N J For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m When you meet a man with a proceed to get in a hurry Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough Mrs Ellen Harlison of 300 Park Ave Kansas City Mo writes as follows Our two children had a severe at tack of whooping cough one of them in the paroxysm of coughing would often faint and bleed at the nose We tried everything we heard of getting relief We then call ed 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 New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE I 4Dt a Ir- A Good thespecialprescrip satisfaction introduced Almanac prescriptions applications 0 without Pac ficCast Wanted ff annoyance decided Jeoseyman s scheme s In effect Sunday May 10 The new train will leave St Louis at 9 a m daily Evening train to same points 1010 p m daily Double daily ser vice Only line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco Excur sion tickets now on sale For further Information address K G T MATTHEWS Tarvoling Pass Agent Louisville Ky II C TOWNSEND Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo LOCAL TIMETABLES Southbnd Mixed leaves Lancaster Northbnd Mixed 835 r Northbnd lassgrII 14111- Southbnd to 1711 FAVORITE 11051x x R- iIERCES RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN FOR Correct Styles Handsome Patterns a n d LOW PRICESOur Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations SALLIE D TILLETT lrr41 frgJ NrWlFiHilJm COME Ej I rn II fa r iiUii v J L Important to Farmers and Other Property Owners Are you insured If not why not Thousands of dwellings and barns are destroyed by tire and wind storms in the United States every year Why should you expect yours to escape from year to year If you have been with out insurance up to this time and have had no tire 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 THAN SORRY Your prop erty may take fire in any one of a hun dred different ways If your property burns have your policy in a strong companyTIIECONTlNENTAL one that has made its record and been tried IT COSTS NO MORE TITAN TO INSURE IN A POOR ONE In case of tire your policy in the 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 conti nental Policy and you are sure of abso lute indemnity at fair rates Placing your fire insurance in some companies is like keeping your valuables in past board box instead of a modern safe If your property burns the money is no ASSESSMENT HAS 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 SWINEBROAD THE CONTINENTALS AGENT AT LANCASTER KENTUCDKY 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 lJ02 81159901181 G B Swinebroad Agent 310lm Lancaster Ky 9ft R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ready insuring- it OF CONTI CONTINENTAL telephone property Wind- Storms I St ASAPH HOTEL Stanford Ky Monday and Tuesday April 7th 8th GILCIIER HOTEL Danville Ky Friday and Saturday April llth 12th Now is the time Dont neglect your best friend YOUR EYES EYES examined and glasses adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYES OFFICE nouns 9 am to 5 pm scientifically VILL J BEAT THE TilE 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 5 s Ladies skirts good quality TOG Ladies undkerskirts only 50c 50 good quality envelopes 5c Negligee Shirts 50c Linen Collars all styles best quality lOc Whitewash brushes 7 inches ton loc Mote skin pants only 50c 3 spools 150 Umbrellas Ladies or Gents 50c LACE CURTAINS 2k yards long best quality 50c 3 yards long TOG 3i yards long siQO RUGS All at a Bariaio 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 W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHXTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY The Lexington Democrat 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 year or 15 cents a week by carrier W P Walton Editor antI Manager LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 100 thread10c FancyHose Daily Dema rlti P er interests 500 ill S HendersonLouisville and St Louis Railway Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES TO THE WESTon S ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Rates to theAlso Low Colonist One Northwest and California For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agent Gen1 Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY U Way Points sntw Tickets ale First and Do not always receive the sympathy find attention which life Disease and infirmity should not always be associ ated with old age The eye of the gray haired grandsire may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of his younger and more vigorous companions OLD PEOPLE purelyimaginary Good Bloodis the secret of old ago for it regulates and controls every part of the body strengthens nerves makes the muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm but when this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive health sustain ing elements then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resulting in premature old age and disease Any derangement of the blood quickly shows itself in an ulcer sore wart tumor or some other troublesome growth upon the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost constant accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities S S S being purely vegetable is the safest and best blood purifier for old people It does not shock or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and stimulates the debilitated organs when all bodily ailments disappear S S S is just such a tonic as old people need to improve digestion and tone up the Stomach If there is any heredi tary taint or the remains of some disease contracted in early life S S search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help you This will cost you nothing and we will mail free our book on blood and skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga a weak S- willI One of the largest cattle sales of the year was made at Lebanon a bunch of 4f 0 head of slop fed cattle being sold at 53 cents The consumption of Hour in the United States is about one barrel a year to every man woman and child in the country The Kansas Experiment Station in tests at feeding steers say that the saving in feeding corn and cob meal over whole corn was 35 per cent The owners of Hour mills have or ganized a 400000000 combine Now if wheat growers should combine hon ors would be even and the profits dis tributed more fairly The Washington Department Ag riculture was never before so with demands for seed for Held ing They are largely from the drouth stricken sections of last year The Winchester Democrat says a number of farmers in the Ruckerville neighborhood had pooled their lambs and Ben Fox in their behalf sold to S K Hodgkin about 300 lambs for June delivery at 5Jc It is estimated that the crop of to bacco raised in Scott county the past year will reach about 4000000 pounds It was sold at an average price of sev en cents per pound bringing to the growers the neat sum of 280000 The florist has grown independent of seasons You have only to name a date on which you want a certain blossom and he will have it ready for you The art of retarding llowers was always curious and now it has into very large dimensions F P Bedford of Elizabeth sold to Harvey Harp of Scott 40 hogs weight 225 pounds at 025 Mr Bedford tells us that out of his thousands of peach trees he has not found a live bloom but he thinks there will be apples and pears in abundance Paris Kentuck American Hominy Co is the latest trust to be formed in New Jer sey It proposes to unite all the hom iny manufacturers and its principal place of business will be in Chicago or Indianapolis The capital stock is 4000000 and it it stated that it will require 15000 bushels of corn daily to meet its requirements An American lady took a lot of poultry to the Philippines for the purpose of experimenting as to wheth er it would pay to breed for that mar ket She expressed herself satisfied with the trial and is of the opinion that poultry raising for that Asiatic country could be made profitable by good Yankee management One of the leading packing compa nies predicts that the fat hog crop next fall will be the smallest in years and that beef cattle will be selling at 7 cents Commenting on this one exchanges asks Where in the Samhill are we drifting We guess it is toward greater farm prosperity Winchester Democrat J A Ram sey auctioneer reports the sale of Mrs IMollie Locknane administratrix of J W Locknane Thursday as large attended and everything brought good prices Among the sales were the following 2 brood mares 60 and 805 milk cows 40 42 and 43 two heifer calves 1450 each 16 ewes with 20 lambs thrown in 6 each 1 gilt 100 lbs 7 2 shoats SO lbs 5 each bacon J Tile ofa thousand roses f Stolen from them while they sleep BEAVTIFVL ROSESand beautiful women are gathered together and nature collects their delicate fragrance reduces it to that fjs i K I the reduction of II womens fragrance is OTHERS FRIEND It a liniment for external ase on the breast and over the of the1 generative organs careful use the period of and dainty maternity will mature into the blooming sience vrlll be a perfect child blessed with the vigor health color and perfume of the rose Its little roie face beside her almost an exact reduction and counterpart tot her own will tell of the blooming curves an- ftlll her own j One bottle 91 of all druggists t w ianThe y r and perfumechildrenAn I woo budof 1V A treatise on mailed free Ge A r 0 7Ci J I besetS widened of- our s kisses regionS throughout perfectrose again The extracted BfltWE6tJLUOICOAt1aata shoulders lie sides 23c hams 14c lard 17c fodder lOc per shock implements and household goods brought exceedingly good prices Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medicines lie fuse substitutes 1m The Drovers Journal calls to the fact that while there have been an increase in the number of fat hogs on the market there is a large decrease in their weight over that of the previous year requiring a half million head to make up the corres responding weight Last week hogs in Chicago therefore went to SGSO the top being a fraction over that A live stock feeder who has successful in his feeding for the for a number of years tells us that he thinks from his own observation that one of the chief values of the proprietory stock foods lies in the fact that they keep live stock in perfect condition good digestion etc and thus utilizes the food properties they contain perfectly The German government has just confirmed a decree which will forbid the consumption of about 0000000 worth of American fresh meats that are annually exported to that country so dressed with boric acid as to them The experiments and tests made both by this and the government show that there is nothing in the preserving process which is the least harmful to health or obnoxious to the taste and this for several years use of the meats It is simply a pretext to keep out our meat Gleanings from exchanges and sale notices confirm our belief that the top price is not near reached for the is coming slow but sure Prices for mule jack and jennet stock are relatively two or three bids in of this date last year Recent court days throughout Kentucky advance in prices and an active inquiry for such stock and a demand when good animals are offered The day is near when such stock will be money to the owner The uses for the mule are on the is sought for on the farm in the corn belt for the army he is a necessity without him the and commissary wagon could not move All the mule requires is a little encouragement he is and always will be in demand Farmers Home Journal Dont think that by being miserable here on earth you will be any happier in heaven if you happen to get there Beauty and Strength Are desirable You are strong and vigorous when your blood is pure Many nay most women fail to properly digest their food and so 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 E E McRoberts 1m Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right Dont delay 1m Try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets the best physic For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Of Course a Lie takes money to run a newspaper St John Kan News What an exaggeration 1 What a whopper It has been disproved a thousand times it is a clean case of air fancy It doesnt take money to run a newspaper it can run without money It is charitable institution begging concern a highway robbery The newspaper is a child of the air a creature of a dream It can go on and on and on when other concerns would be in the hands of a receiver and wind up with cobwebs in the win dowIt takes wind to run a newspaper it takes a scintillating acrobatic and a half dozen white shirts and a railroad pass to run a newspaper But to Betsy and six hands round who ever needed money in conducting a news paper Rind words is the medium of exchange that does the business of the editor When you see an editor with much money watch him Hell be paying his bills and disgrace his pro fession Never give money to an Make him take it out He 11 i i Farming attention market preserve German secular muleit advance report increasohe constantly especially ammunition become taking playfellow Its hIt imagination moneyHeavens editor l bee 4 1k L likes to swap Then when you tile after having stood around for years and having sneered at the editor and his Jim crow paper be sure im1 have your wife scud in for three extra copies by one of your weeping children and when she reads the generous and touching notice about you forewarn her to neg lect to send fifteen cents editor It would overwhelm him Money is a corrupting thing The editor knows it and what he wants is your thanks Then he can thank his printers and they can thank their grocersBut scorn the filthy thing Dont let the editor know anything about it Keep that for sordid trades people who charge for their wares The Lord loves a cheerful giver He will take care of the editor Dont worry about the editor lIe has a clrirter from the state to act as door mat for the community Hell get his paper out somehow and stand up for you when you run for ollice and tell lies about your pigeontoed daughters tacky wedding and blow about your bigfootctl sons when they get a 4 per week job and weep over your shriveled soul when it is released from your gasping body and smile at your giddy wifes second Hell get along the Lord only how but somehow 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 Ful leI English Ind It would not heal and gave me much trouble I used all kinds of remedies to no purpose until I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me lin A slothful man is a beggars broth I Chattanooga Druggists Statement Robt J Miller Proprietor of the Read House Drug Store of Chattanooga Tenn writes There is more merit in Foleys Honey and Tar than in any other cough syrup The calls for it multiply wonderfully and we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined 1m Bile cannot find wherewith to employ himself let him buy a ship or Wields A Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut oil 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 R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m marry a wife Neither beg of him who has been a beggar or serve him who has been a servant Neglect Means Danger Dont neglect biliousness and Your health will suffer permanently if you do DeWitts Little Early Risers cure such cases M B Smith Butternut Mich says DeWitts Little Early Risers are the most satisfactory pills I ever took Never gripe or cause nausea 1m What better is the house for early rising Herbine Cures Fever and Ague A dose will usu ally stop a chill a continuance always cures Mrs Win M Stroud Miclloth 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 Give a new servant bread and eggs but after a year bread and a cudgel Save the Loved Ones 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 25c 50c and 100 at R E Mc Roberts 1m An ass covered with gold is more respected than a horse with a packsaddle A Nearly Fatal llunaway Started a horrible ulcer on the leg ofJBOrner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arni ca 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 Cincinnati physician took some of his own medicine The verdict of the Coroners jury was Death due to conduct 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 in his profession After administering three doses of it my son regained and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Haller of Mt Crawford Va This remedy for sale R E McRoberts 1m I tothe heartfelt in- case nerA who o constipation sluggards ailments unprofessional g I marriage- 4 4 S 4U 4 4 4S5 4 4 consciousness Two years ago as a result of a cold I lost my voice writes Dr M L Scarbrongli of Hebron Ohio then begun an obstinate cough Every remedy known to me as a prac ticing physician for 35 years failed and I daily grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I found quick relief and 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 uOc and Trial bottles free 1m An Irishman says there is no like health especially when you are sick A Valuable Medicine FOr Coughs Colds in Children I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedyto all who are suffering from coughs or colds says Chas M Cram er Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the City first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have 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 Many a man who tries to be a rascal finds he is only capable of being a fool Sell Many a TOne Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is spring Such cases often seriously at this season just people are careless A dose of One Minute Cough Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts at once Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis and other throat and lung troubles I have used One Minute Cough Cure several years says Postmaster C O Dawson Barr Ill It is the very best cough medicine on the market It has saved me many a severe spell of sick ness and I warmly recommend it The childrens favorite 1m Men sometimes become wiser as they grow older but they seldom become less foolish The most miserable beings in the world are those Dyspep sia and Liver complaint More than seventylive per cent of the people in the United States are afllicted with these tjjvo diseases and their effects such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness Palpitation of theHeartburn Waterbrash Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the Stomach Yellow Skin Coated Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up of the Food after Eating Low Spirits etc Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of August Flower for cents Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Stormes drug store Gm When a woman has a headache it is natural when a man has a headache it is usually acquired 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 R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction 1m It Uucl ll1 ht I i severe I 100 blessing and Dispensary repeatedly on result because 5 Only jOc lhtua 4 Ia 4 sutre ri ng from 4 5 I News More wells will be sunk in Lincoln county for oil Diplomatic relations between Italy and Switzerland have been severed Carroll Hamilton of Montgomery county was badly bitten by a rabid horseThieves blew open the safe in the Irvine post ouice and secured 8700 in money and stamps T P Higginbotham committed sui cide at Monticello lie leaves a wife and eleven children Tom Blanchard was hanged by a mob near Dukedom Tenn lIe killed Marshal Taylor of Fulton after a quarrelAt George Cooksey shot and instantly killed Marshal Marcum Judge Webb promptly shot Cooksey Great excitement in the court room followedGov of Iowa signed the Hubbard Railway Merger Bill Two prisoners broke jail at Taylors ville and escaped Safe blowers at Dearbon Michigan robbed a bank of There was a fatal wreck on the Central railroad at Memphis Bank robbers at Macey Ind were put to flight by citizens after a safe had been blown open Ballard Coombs was given twelve years imprisonment for killing John Owens in Madison county A jealous husband at Anaconda Mont shot and perhaps fatally injur ed his wife and then committed sui cide An American steam launch was seized by Colombian revolutionists and one member of her crew was killedAfter a severe arraignment of Maj WaIler by the Judge Advocate the courtmartial case closed at Manila but no decision was announced The House yesterday passed the Sen ate bill providing a pension of 5000 a year for the widow of President Mc Kinloy and the measure now goes to the President Representative Bell questioned the propriety of such a large amount and was answered by a number of members The vote on the bill was unanimous The Rev Talmage the Presbyterian minister died at nine oclock Saturday night at his home in Washington The immediate cause of death was inllamation of the brain though he had been seriously ill for several weeks letter Than Pills The question has beer asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets superior to pills Our answer 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 R30HE LIVES ARE SAVED DY USING Or Kings Nov Discovery FOE Consumption Coughs and Coldr Than By All Other Throat And Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Cods Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Fever Pleurisy LGrippe Hoarseness Price 50c SI Trial Bottle Free Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat O b oooJ 1000 Illinois T n Lung Remedies WhoopingCough 3 rG6NE1J1b DelVitt Ha Clay King 2964 227 3 4 Owned by W T Noel W B Burton Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at to 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 21 Nellie Bruce Clay Wilkes 22 Guard 22 The Haven Justin JI 2 2GM Dorado 2 27J Daisy By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Marble 214 Claymore Edgar 22 Queen Clay 2rMJ etc 1 dam Amy 220 4 fcy Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay 227 and granddam of Volo Maid 2 dam Belle Brandon by Ham bletonian 10 Dam of Amy sire of38 Wilmar 22 sire of 2 and Wlldalr Sire of 2 Sire of George Wilkes Electioneer Happy Medium Harold etc 3 dam Jenny by Young Bacchus Clay 594 Sire of Clay King is a son of Clay 45 dam TomWonder 147 2 dam Wells of Artillery 221 by American Star 14 3 dam by Emmons Duroc Clay King with any kind of stud opportunities would to be In the first successful extreme speed His stud career just begun and there is not a horseman in the Blue Grass State who does not regard him as a wonderful sire of early and extreme onds and then sell for startling prices have seen his oder representatives show as muchgameness and race horse qualities us those of any ever quartered in Kentucky W T NOEL W B BURTON Buckeye Ky I will also stand my Jack at the same place under the same terms at S600 for horse muleand S8OO for mare mule Black Jack C years old 15K hands high known as Bnrdine JackHe has proven himself u good breeder Mares taken at 200 per month W T NOEL Buckeye Ky YorkN1000 Kin 2l8 2 26 Lida 2 217 Eola 2 19J Kiqgbrino 2 20 Doe 2 2Sf Kin daughtershave2 Gov 20 226 beendones M 2 1OM peed Shopping is not always the amusing pastime for women which newspaper paragraphers would have us believe Many a women who must needs prac tice economy attends bargain sales in 3 absolute dread of the eager jostling jj U she must encounter For her at the start and jj 3 she knows that she must pay for herJ shopping with a nervous headache j Women who suffer from backache 5 headache nervousness and other con E jJ3 sequences of womanly diseases are j i cured by the use of Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription This great med S3 ig nammation and ulceration and cures female weakness j wife Mrs Estes has been taking your medicine and received great 5 benefit from it writes Mr Georj e WOT- j of Va Was troubled J with female weakness heavy bearingdown 5 pains severe pain in j3 a tired wornout feeling all the time jj Tried all the remedies we could hear of 3 hut they did no good Finally we wrote to j3 wife commenced taking 5 Prescription Took ten and is 5 in health than before in a long time ip The dealer who offers a substitute i for Favorite Prescription does so to ij gain the little more profit paid on the sale of less meritorious medicines Dr Pierces Common Sense redj ical Adviser paper covers is sent free 5 on receipt of onecent stamps to j pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo Y hL t fInn UT1 i i ita 11 1 1 1 crowdwhich backaches E J n Est s 1 headand I O j n 2 1 N 1 regularity hi Favorite Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and digestive or gans is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency stantly and permanently cures Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other results imperfect digestion PriceSOc and SI Large size contains Vi ttmea small size Book about dyspepsia mailetirrea Prepared by E C DeWITT CO Chicago L F HUBBLE Attorney at lawReal Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of Hardwood Timber and in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms J I HAMILTON FKAXK MCMILLOX Hamilton McSilioniS- uceessors to S S MoGuirc DEALERS IN Monuments andTombstones- of all kinds We can furnish you with any kind of stone you desire and satisfaction c ftuuulDyspepsia Cure reconstructing guarantee A valuableS Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for 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 PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOEND Number 10 Dally except Sunday 609 niuNumber Sti m Number 4 Dally Does Not 35G amNumber 2 stops when flushed Number dosont stop at Danville but does stop at Junctiou City ut 451 am SOUTH BOUND amNumberNumber 9 Daily except Sunday 755 pm Number On ll worknow arrangements 100 32 m j r G pm 31 Yidnlt Vm 411 I Good work at moderate get our prices It is j ity you want when yi u buy a headstone or Inent Poorly Finished Work is Dear At Any Price Select stock Vermont and blue Imported Italian Creole and Pink i our prices for Granite 3ic ments We will appreciate trade Shop at M office Stanford street JAS I WHITE Prop Jno Harwood Shop Mgr Page Wire Fence Iage Fence Must Ie 3fjue ol PAGE I have received a full ear load this Fen and you vi save money by seeing me Wf re buy big elsewhere Drop me a taint anti 1 will call on you J T Lancaster Jiy Try SIJVlI buyinII r moD U- I bi I O Mart i J f ffh i iC o z luSt to Celebrated Jean H u 1 A 600d Ro t to I qui I WIlES It traverses a territory rich in undeveloped resources a territory containing unlimited possibilities for 3 agriculture horticulture stock rab ing mining and manufacturing AntI last but not least it is The ScessSc Koiats The Frisco System now offers the 4 traveling public excellent service and Fast time Between St Louis and Kansas j City and points in Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Terri J tor Texas and the Southwest Between Kansas City and points in Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Georgia Florida and the Southeast j Between Birmingham and and points in Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the West and Southwest Full infohuation as to route and rates cheerfully furnished upon to any representative of the Company or to Passenger Traffic Commercial Building Saint Louis Insure with the York Life Insurance Co and the JJ SwinobroadAgt I i Iii I lew Contnent l Fire Insurance COG orToiflit5 Memphis application DepartmentS bowels but regular action cannot be secured until ural agitation caused compels increasing doses to w2i attain I Theytemporarily cure by agitating the the liver acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE 1 Jon t intestinesexecute I tI rmm 0