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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jfe Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Hail Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 1 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR lilTJI XUJIRER LA1 DRAlI f y a 1 I geiittai 1 F T ailK 1JI T GT i Of Local Interest x iy ou on The following from the ISarbourvHJe Xcws wiM toaltls iyierest many J aucastwr cHi eths Just now y coffee oil oil In my whiskers and likewise the That h g oer the gushers in the Kentucky wot4 oil on the rocker and oil on the oil by the gallon said oil y the pound nut at night its time to turn in Theres ROUt in the lamp where there eiioaid have been TheCily Council meetsMonday night DTherc is some talk of appointing Lug Jujuii Jxotlnvcll and Nit Silcr JIB policemen Two better men could not be found The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard Hotel continue to be very popular The meals are excellent in every respect Fishermen say they are not biting in the river yet Hear In mind that Ksherjnen stay this and take it for what its worth Our advertisers talC up nearly all space this week They are the people sure and prove that no grass grows under their feet In printing the new telephone card the name of Mrs Mattie P Frisbie was omitted unintentionally of course The number is 17 Supt Hood anti several officers of the Kay See passed over the Rowland branch in a hand car the other day Its hoped they are preparing to patch un the road y i M W TItelrs and foal oil mu the ItlWlo where the welt once lontige the I tit r oil in ro Theres There There There Clean up the premises Another S150 rate to Cincinnat Sunday A big crowd will go Mad dogs have been playing havoc in the county Load the old musket A few cents spent for whitewash will add greatly to the appearance of your property Many colored boys left on the cheap Cincinnati excursion to wander around til cold weather returns Some gave up good positions Union Sunday Schools The Union Sunday School Associa tion will convene at Lancaster May 29 Every Sunday school in the county is earnestly solicited to send a delegate Sunday School will be organized at Sycamore Sunday May 4th Everybody cordially invited 1 hope we will have a large crowd and good lessons- A B Brown Supt Avariiliitr If you see all the windows raised a carpet in the front yard the children out at the barn and the husband drunk dont go near the house The dear wife is Spring cleaning and its sure death to approach her Robs Fish Vagoii See here thats my fish wagon you are kicking about howled clever Bob Stone through THE KECOUDS tele phone after last issue Ve didnt know it was Bobs wagon that had been peddling and in fact was told it was a stranger who was supplying the public If the man wants to run a wagon of course its o k but we sure kick on Mr Stranger in any business School home iII Sycan ore Sunday f AnN xtWe f= bare assertion but we do extend to one in this com munity a cordial invitation to be in attendance at our store any day next week from 1 OCLOCK P M TO 6 OCLOCK P M and see this wonderful baking performance with your own eyes have a dainty lunch and a delicious cup of coffee with us and hear the demonstrator from the Majestic factory explain why a Iron and Steel bakes so quickly and so perfectly When you have examined this MAJESTIC RANGES are entirely different from all other cooking apparatus Will not clog with ashes and clinkers allow smoke and soot to escape into the kitchen crack or break or subject you to the apparatusMade cold rolled steel 10 to 50 per cent heavier throughout than any other range Flues lined with pure asbestos and the entire range riveted with the best Norway iron rivets Airtight and dusttight This explains why a Great Majestic Range will do its in half the time and with half the fuel After investigating we find that the claims made for MAJESTIC RANGES are true to the letter and have selected them for our range i roof of the claims made for the Majestic Ranges Valuable Present FREE J going to give absolutely free to every purchaser ofa Majestic Range during the sale only a complete set of the celebrated Majestic Cooking ware made of copper steel and enamel worth 750 cheap at that and the best at any price MAJESTIC RANGES are made in all styles and sizes to fit every condition and purse Examine time Majestic Range glad to show it to you whether you intend to buy or not F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson ajflstic Cooking Exhibition inThreeaskand every MAJESTIC RANGE whythis MajesticRanges cookingFREEA every 0 COOK work consequently Fire are Y The shade trees have leafed out ve ry rapidly and present a beautiful Contest at NIcholasvHIc We have arranged to hold a gold medal contest at Nicholasville May 23rd All persons holding silver medals are cordially invited to take part Address Miss Amanda Anderson Lancaster Ky Col lUll Marries Col T P Hill of Stanford a well known lawyer and a lecturer in theLaw Depaitment of Central University married Miss Mary L Peyton also Stanford at the Clemens House last week Watch Stolen Some smooth fellow lifted a gold watch from the residence of Mr W R Cook last week and Mr C is offering a good reward for its return lIe would like to have both thief and watch but will be satisfied with the latter Iopular KxCoiiductor Dead Col W S Ferguson was called to Covington Monday by the death of Mr Thos McLaughlin a former con ductor on the K C and one of the most popular men in Covington The deceased hadjbcen engaged in the horse business for the past few years Fair at Crab Orchard Mr Will Brooks was down from Crab Orchard Monday taking subscriptions for stock in the fair to be held there this summer Nearly all the required S2000 has been subscribed and the fair is a sure go There is no reason why it should not be a paying venture and we believe it will Court Day Rain and the fact that the farmers have all they can attend to at home caused the crowd to be unusually small Monday Many came in but hurried back home as quickly as The weather was very cool consequently trade was a little short with the merchants Some stock was sold which is reported elsewhere in TIlE RECOUD A Fine Lemon Danville Courier Mr W II Noel of this city has a tine specimen of messing lemon raised by his aunt Mrs J J Walker of Lancaster who keeps the tree which is about five feet high in a hot house in the winter but leaves it in the yard in the summer The lemon is as large as grape fruit and is perfect in color structure and flavor The tree is very prolific and is now full of lemons Thinks Usefulness Gone The Lexington Democrat published by the able Col W P Walton prints the following The Interior Journal learns that the Rev George O Barnes is held in Dowies Zion city near Chi cago by stall pox quarantine So far as his friends of other years care he may remain there His usefulness is gone and henceforth he will be a cum berer of the ground How alas has the mighty fallen Danville Commander Elects Ryan Commandery No 17 Knights Templar elected and installed the fol lowing officers E E Dillehay Com mander John B Harris Generalissi mo W R Rice Captain General Rev John M Worrall Prelate John A Davis Senior Warden Benjamin T Head Junior Warden Wm G Dun lap Treasurer II G Sandifer J 0 Crowder Standard Bearer A T Ware Sword Bearer J A Yeager Warder S D YanPelt Sentinel A Lancaster Boy Somerset Journal This item is for the eye of printers only and to the credit of our young pressman Frank Pumphrey In the last edition of The Journal requiring nearly five thous and impressions on our big cylinder press the run was made with only six minutes for change of forms and with out the spoiling of a single sheet of paper The expertness nerve and en durance of the feeder is exhibited in this feat of skill appreciated only by printers and especially by pressmen It Should Do Done County attorney J I Hamilton ev er on the alert for the welfare of the County tells THE RECOUD he is going to bring before the Fiscal Court the suggestions in last issue of THE REG OKD in regard to placing iron shutters on the court house and better pro tection for the cupalo This would only cost the county a few dollars and will doubtless save the taxpayers building another house A stitch in time saves making a whole suit of clothes Open Session The W C T U will hold an open session at its regular place of meeting Saturday afternoon May 3rd at three oclock to which all the members and any friend of the cause are cordially invited Program Is as follows Devo tional exercises conducted by Mrs Woolford How Shall we Train Our Children Mrs Will Walaen How Shall we Disseminate Our Literature Miss Ida Grant The Observance of The Lords Day Mrs Fannie Farra OH via Sweeney Music conducted by May P tterson f appearance Danville handsome possible Recorder ReadingMiss Mrs r i Still Rolling In Hemp continues to roll in on the lo cal buyers and there seems no end to the crop One dealer Mr H A B Marksbury tens us he believes Garrard will now rank first instead of second in the States hempproducing coun ties Hustling ajar the Messrs R II Bronaugh A CDunn and W D Wallin of Crab Orchard were here Monday working up the fair at that place They request THE RECORD to express for them the thanks of the management of the fair for the liberal assistance given the en terprise The fair will be the biggest entertainment of the season Drilling In Garrard The South Eastern Kentucky Oil and Gas Co of this place have gotten their string of tools on the ground and are drilling their oil well near Car tersville in this county They are advised by their expert that they are practically sure to strike a tine now of oil there as all the indications point that way From Florida Clay Green and Will Gill the color ed waiters who work at Naples Fla every winterreturned home last week Clay brought the editor of this paper a handsome deer skin nicely prepared as a rug It is a beauty and has been much complimented These boys are among the best waiters in the state and have standing offers from the Louisville Hotel and Galt House the year round Since the card was printed a phone has been put in at Lewis Burdetts on Poor Ridge Gaines Bros delivered a carload of Deering machines at Crab Orchard this week which is the first full car load of machines ever shipped to that point Your attention is called to the ad of Gambruno 7812 the splendid horse of Mr Jno T Baughman of Boyle This horse was here Monday and attracted much attention We Rejoice With nUll The Cynthiana Democrat is such a rush of advertising that it has been issuing a single sheet extra each week The Democrat is one of the best edited cleanest and newsiest papers coming to our desk and that clever Jim Allen is striking it rich is good news to every newspaper man in the state He is a gentleman inch from brogan to headgear and deserves unbounded success Last week was a feast of good things at the Methodist church The whole week was given to the study of Large crowds attended each service and much enthusiasm was in the above cause The follow ins ministers preached during the week Revs C M Chumbley W E A R Moore J E Wolford and J O A Vaught Dr E II Pearce Sunday Contest at Stanford Messrs Rowan Saufley and Jesse Al verson have arranged to hold the big gest and best elocutionary contest held in central Kentucky The best speakers in several counties have consented to participate and are that the largest crowd ever assembled in Waltons opera house will witness the contest June 18th is the time selected Further partic ulars will be published in TIlE REC slab from time to time You Should Report A county official asks us to say to S the people that it is nothing but right that they should keep their eye peeled and report any case where they contractors are not fulfilling con tracts on the county roads He says it is an easy matter to slip a card up s the sleeve and as officers cannot be present and see all the work done any taxpayer who thinks the work is not according to hoyle should report to the court or any member thereof so the matter can be investigated 4 Working Dr Kinnaird is kept busy almost constantly working on his X chine He has been working cures with the electric treatment and now has quite a number of from a distance under his charge Several cases of cancer have been completely cured and other which have heretofore been pronounced as incurable have been successfully treated While the cost the doctor a big sum yet he will soon have all he can do to to treatment given it Several parties have boon brought here recently from neighboring towns to have bullets and other missies lo Bated in every ease the machine has done the work Its a great curlorlty Pinafore The Danville Choral Club R O Cunningham director will produce Gilbert Sullivansopera Pinafore in Danville at an early date full orchestra chorus of Q trained voices handsome tua ea may other never before secured jar peal entertaimnents avo been se cured Furtner particulars will be n next issue I Fair every indications Raysma diseases machine the with saxtQ fet f hot receiving Mission Week missions created Arnold preached ever believe Wonders wonderful patients attend and l i tmF Handsome line of Wash Goods consisting of Lawns Dimities Em brodered Swisses India Linons French Lawns Organdies Etc The patterns are new and novel and prices reasonable Come early and make your selections before the best things are gone THE LOGAN DRY GOODS i t iIurslTI JOIPIEINIEDj Gonlliiiirii 0ors Drills I See the TIGER Bin t Ci Itmton i Our Prices Will SAVE You t MONEY t t J R Haselden J A Funeral Directors I IIIII I II Ii t i II SUPERIOR I t t t I I I I I r I I t t fl t Beazley Co U TIGER 3 z 4 F z Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of i Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward i f AtLaw f F F F F When you are in need of SHOES why not 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 is he comes to us first and therefore we set first showing at all the leading SHOE Manufacturers of the United States Third Our Ladies SHOES and OXFORDS Misses SHOES and OXFORDS Mens Youths and Boys SHOES are right up to the unoment In style absolutely GUARANTEE our to be worth to you the money you pay for T Ii O G A IT The One Price Clothier and Furnisher SHOES SHOES oM yo FourthWe SHOE i cone the- mE v WA x CORN We Have Prices K F POSTLE Successor to 1 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 onr stock and Remember OUR Styles are the CORRECT THINGS NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS c 5 BAR t f I 4 V i 0 I I I t j1Y t TBSTBRSI- I N I A a iAbont The People r Charley Walker of the Kay See was here Sunday Mr James Shackelford of Richmond was here Sunday J M Iliatt visited brother Allen of Danville Ur Will Brooks of Cincinnati a visitor here Monday Mr Ed Perkins and wife visited Mrs Ophelia Dunn Monday Shelby Tribble was in Richmond Sunday to see his Mr Hillary Partec of Nashville here Saturday and John T of Boyle among the court day visitors Miss Helen Thurmond visited Brod head Saturday and Sunday George Palmer now a hardware drummer was here this week Miss Bessie Marksbury entertained a few friends Saturday evening Branan Beazley visited friends in Richmond Saturday and Sunday Mrr Juliet Rogers is expected home from week Mr W K Shugars and sister Miss Maggie visited McKiuney Sunday Messrs Henry Simpson and Frank Marksbury were in Danville Sunday Mr It J Terrill and wife of Hano ver Mo have been here for a few daysThe junior and senior class of the Graded School had a delightful picnic FridayMessrs Nichols and Edgar Dunn of Danville were visitors in our city SundayMr Adams and wife are at home again having spent the winter in Florida Durirg the illness of his father E W Arnold is looking after the Arnold livery business Misses Mary Martha and Helen used at the Cooking Ratige 7 exhibition advertised by K F f Postle will be furnished by T Its the celebrated Yale brand T which is giving so great L faction wherever tried V f y s 4 T r T f rt I T j I i f T I 4 t 4 44 f it t t M r Ball hman BloonllngtonI nd this CO FEtI f 1 1r f Sunday- Swa mother- Swa Sunday- S i a 4 s s T11rt i r r fr I OITI satin- S f r + + + + entertained the Crokinole Club Friday evening Mrs Joe Arnold and son of Rich mond are visiting Mrs George Farris Danville avenue Harry Tomlinson has returned to Lexington to finish his course in the business college Mrs Kennedy of Lexington is her daughter Mrs Banks Hud son Lexington avenue Mrs Corn and son Carter of liar rodsburg attended the funeral of W Reid the past week Mr Charlie Reid and sister Miss of Versailles attended the of their uncle MrT W Reid Mrs Mary Layton and Miss Noel of Long Branch are the guests of Mrs J M Iliatt this week Mrs Mag Folgcr of Nicholasville has been with her brother Mr W A Arnold who is somewhat improved M r Pierce and of Danville friends here Sunday Dr Pierce preached at the Methodist churehSun day morning Joe Bot Haselden now traveling for the Hart Hardware Co of Louisville was here this week and tells us he is meeting with great success on the road Time many friends of Captain W J Kinnaird are glad to know that his trip to Texas has been very beneficial and he will return to Kentucky in a few days While dusting a table Miss Mary Landram Burnside stuck a needle in her hand and so far it has been to get it out It is Causing much pain Fred P Frisbie struck his thumb on an iron post Tuesday and now has to carry his hand in a sling the accident causing the member to swell and cause much pain Squire Wm H Kinnaird spent sev cral days in Knox county looking his oil interests He is wen with the prospects of his company the Lancaster Oil Co Mr Tommy Baughman as clever a fellow as ever lived was here Monday Tommy is residing in Boyle county now farming and taking an turn with his fiddle Ed Walton of the Interior Journal was here Monday and made us a most pleasant call Ed is doing the work of two or three men and how he holds up under the strain is hard to Hon R C Warren of Stanford was mingling with the court day crowd well pleased with his prospects for the democratic nomination for Congress and his friends arc sanguin of his success Our old friend Judge E Browncon tinues quite ill Some days he is able to be on the streets but overtakes him and he is forced to to his bed We trust the warm weather will have a good effect and assist the judge back to good health Miss Ida May Grant of this cityhas been sending some very jnteresting letters to the Saturdays CourierJour nal Almost every week she has a number of well written items of to Lancaster people together with an occasional picture of nent citizens Her writeup of Dr Roberts sermon in last Saturdays paper was exceptionably good J P Doty showed us the complete files of the Lancaster Letter published in Lancaster by French Tipton years ago lie also had a num ber of copies of the Alpha which was published by A B Elkin and the Enterprise published by W G Dunlap They are very interesting r ni v G ill visiting 1 Josie funeral Gertrude visited impossible after pleased occasional understand sutfering soon return interest a paper I 11 wife leis pro r 1I ji THEY ARE THE BEST PRESSES MADE J Once in a while you hear printers say there are other makes is good as the Chandler Price Gordon presses but this is generallyT 4 because they have never given the C P a thorough trial The 0J in every sense of the word old nothing seems to afford him more pleasure than to assist the country press boys He knows how it is and is always willing and anxious to give the country boys every possible showing to secure the best equipment on the most reasonable terms The accompanying cut shows our new Gordon put in TILE RKCOUD oilice last week We are now equipped with three of the best steampower jobbers money can buy and if you want firstclass work give us a trial We print on the No likee no takee plan and if you are not satisfied it costs you nothing r a by on as reading to those of us who have resided 1 in Lancaster very long 1 Mrs Maggie Hobbs has returned from a visit to friends and relatives f in Rose Rill Va- T Danville Courier Miss Daisey T Collier has been spending the week in T Lancaster the guest of Miss Hill I Danville News Miss Lou Grant J the correspondent of the NEWS her sister Miss Lilly and Mrs Dr II M 4 Grant all of Lancaster paid the News otlice a call this morning Mr Saulley Hughes Third Annual Elocutionary Contest for young ladies will be held at Garrard Opera House in July Contestants will take part the prizes will be valua ble and the entertainment will attract all lovers of good taste and high cul ture Capt Forbis of Columbus Ohio was here this week visiting his sister inlaw Mrs Maggie Hobbs lie was Captain of Co F 19th Kentucky Gen Landrams regiment and served with distinction during the war Capt Eorbis has quite successful with number of inventions which nave made a great deal of money for him lie returned home yesterday The marriage of Dan P Ilemphill a prominent young druggist of Nicho lasville and Miss Stella Robertson daughter of Mr and Mrs T A Rob ertson took place at the home of the brides parents in Cynthiana Wedne day The ceremony was performed the Rev Dr J J Haley of the Christian church Both bride and groom have visited in Lancaster and have a number of friends here who extend congratulations The following clipping taken from one of the dimly papers published at San Antonio Texas refers to Miss Lucy Scott a popular young lady of this city who formerly resided at Nicholasville and wellknown here Miss Lucy Scott of Kentucky who has been spending the winter inSan will leave for her home the early part of May During her stay here she has made a host of friends and has received much attention from the leading society people She is a brightconversationalist dances well a tine horseback rider and is in every sense a typical Kentucky girl Miss Scott has the distinction of having been one of the most popular visitors during the gayest winter the city has over known Happy the bride the sun shines is an expression that has been heard for years and if there be any truth in it then happy indeed will be the life of Mrs Lewis L Walker nee Miss Elisa Jennings Luskof this city for certainly the sun never shone brighter than it did yesterday after noon while the words were being said that linked her life to that of the man whom she gave her troth It was quite a surprise to their many friends when they learned thatMr Wai ker and Miss Lusk were to be married the engagement was kept a secret until a few days ago The ceremony was performed at the residence of Mr W S Walker near Paint Lick and was said in beautiful words by RevII McDow of Whites Station After fthe ceremony the happy couple were 1 driven to the residence of the grooms x mother Airs Dorcas Walker on Rich mond street where an elegant supper was served Only immediate relatives were present and the wedding was a very quiet one The bride is one of the most loveable and popular ypung ladies in Garrard county She has been twice elected as superintendent of schools and holds that position now She is highly cultured hand some and possessed of all the traits of character that go to make the noble Christian woman Mr Walker is to be congratulated upon winning her heart and hand as she will surely prove a helpmeet in every sense of the word The gropm is the eldest son of the late Judge William E Walker He graduated from Central Universi ty standing among the foremost of his classes He at once began the stu dy of law and is now one of the most successful practicioners at the local bar He served some time as county attorney with perfect satisfaction to all concerned Mr and Mrs Walker will make their home at the grooms mothers THE RECORD joins many friends in wishing them a life of hap piness y from other cities IlK bee Ice I I J C P Gordons are built for business and not to sell as are many of the cheaper grades of ma chines Is true they cost a good pile of cash but it is cheaper in the long run to use them The one we put in last week was bought from ers Co of Cincinnati This house s the most liberal and reliable it has been our pleasure to deal with Mr McKibbee the manager is a gentleman i theA mericanTypeFourid C ny R n E can to are out M Energetic Public Spirited Citizens Form an Organization to Property From Firo A number of citizens met in the City Council chamber Thursday and perfected an organization which will prove of inestimable benefit to the town As is well known the town is wholly without protection from fire save the work by the bucket brigade We have a good chemical engine but proper care has never been given it and when called into use is invariably found to be in such condition as to render it almost useless The compa organized proposes to see that proper care is given the engine the ladders buckets are kept in place and new charges put in at least once a month At last meeting the following officers and assistants were chosenJ Hamilton chief S C Denny assistant chief Special policemen in vested with authority to keep the crowd out of the way Dave Ross and A Stone R T Embry chief men John Anderson chief of roof men J A Beazley manager of en gine with following assistants K F Postel Jerry Respess Geo Wright James B Conn Alex Miller Roof men John F Walker Green Clay Walker Will Doty Victor Stone V Bastin Ware McRoberts Chas West Theo Currey Bucket brigade Will Gaines Ed Ross R L Sherrow Chas ZanoneRog er Ruckor Piobt Powell Ed Gaines Ben Eason R A Burnside J W Ham ilton S D Merritt A Sherrow S G Haselden K K Kirby J F Robinson A II Bastin W B Mason R Kinnaird Louis Burnside Wm Tillett James I White John Conn Fred Kemper Jas Ilarwood John Dennis Ladder men F B Marksbury Simpson T L Wall L D Herndon Saulley Hughes J W Smith J II Kin noire R L Davidson James Pearce P Brown The nozzles and hose will be manip ulated by Mat Siler and Theo Young and two better men for these places not be fount This is where cool judgment and bravery is needed and these men proved all of this at the re fire Mr Hamilton asks TIIE to it is the desire of the company that all who are willing to worm come the front but if you are only make suggestions please get way back and sit down No bosses are wanted and Messrs Ross and Stone empowered to use force if to get all bosses and bystanders of the way of the workers Please remember this and it may save you trouble next time we have a fire good suggested is that when an alarm is given every body who can bring a bucket of water with them In this way plenty of buckets will be at hand and the flames be subdued before much damage is done Every man mentioned above understands fully what is expected of him and THE RECORD believes the next tire will be handled with such system that no headway will be by the flames H M M M M M M Business and Bargains See the fancy hoes at Josephs Machine needles and oil at Thompsons Icecream soda at Frisbies drug store Don t complain about the weather FrisbieStSoda fountain is m full blast New stock fine violins and strings Thompson All kind of fancy trimmings fo spring and summer gowns at Josephs Buy at Frisbies and get the best money Sweet pea seed the At Thompsons VVe are making special prices on saddles and harness J R Haselden A few select hemp seed for sale R West tf I will give you the highest either in cash or groceries your eggs T Currey 1 T j ra IUIE DIUiUllYlENI Protect last week ladder Henry t thereto necessary Another thing probably gained It t It t t It t t t t t t tspam U east I finest price etc RECORD a Ties f9 gro for Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs jr Tomato plants for sale Several T different varieties Mrs J W Grant T New line of summer dimmities at f Josephs Japalac varnish for furniture all wood work at y Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs the atFrisbies store Your trade will be appreciated at Racket Store opposite Thomp sons Lace mits and gloves at Josephs r See the dotted Swiss curtains lace curtains at Josephs fs House get everything needed at drug store Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make hens lay Sold by T Currey Bring your eggs to The RacketStore and get a nice rug or some other bar gain which their store is full of Wall paper all the latest patterns A call and see them J J C Thompson Agent A few fresh dairy cows J C Siler Lancaster Ky Six days of every week you will find bargains at the Racket Store Will have all our bulbs and blooming plants this week Geraniums etc Thompson At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to bity your groceries Age 40 years We will be in the market for wool See us before you sell II B North cott Banks Hudson You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancuster All the shades J Joseph Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock food sold only by T Currey I have a few fine organs which I will sell at very low prices as I am unable to get out to sell them E W Arnold Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed International Stock food Sold by T Currey For Rent 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 H A B Marksbury Son Our stock of slippers and shoes can not be surpassed We can give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph Cisterns Cleaned T J Hatcher is prepared with lat est improved machinery to clean your cistern with no loss of water Cost small tf I have a little unpaid school tax on my booms for the year 1001 All parties knowing themselves indebted to the school district will save cost by calling at once and settle as my books must be closed for settlement 417tf E W Harris Trcas Dr Goldateln Dr Goldstein the celebrated opti cian will be the St Asaph hotel Stanford Tuesday May G and at the Gilcher hotel Danville Thursday May Sth Those needing glasses should see him If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Yard Save Time and Money If you want a spring guit at lowest price and of best quality and cannot spare the time town let us know and one us bring a full line of samples to house This will save you a days labor besides the money saved in the best prices J C Ilemphill M D Hughes Card We desire to take this means of of thanking all of our friends who have been so kind to us our recent sickness and bereavement Their kindness was greatly appreciated and a our prayer isthat God may deal with them as they have wish us Mrs T W Reid and Julia Reid The Graduates Commencement will soon be here and the sweet girl graduate will want pretty clothes for the occasion the most complete lne of white silk white mull white organdy white lawn white madras and all necessary trimmings with which tip complete it your outfit and in prices wfe defy com petition Let us fit you out J Joseph I have secured the service of a first class carriage painter who has been he connected with some tot the largest factories as foreman in paint shop and who can give you job of painting than anyone in town Prices reasonable Come Conns Carriage Shop py or in is If 1hom sons J tAU leading Iagazines t f1 The and cleaners an Frisbi s your 0 Ulated Heliotropes out anted latest mal t the m Notice at to Il so r getting Thanks Were abetter I y G at t C C C tortw of during have v i ij r TO US Lj j Correct Styles Handsome Patterns j a n d LOW PRICESs Our Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations 1 SALLIE D TILLETT f 1J8Ji1ffil j SrIlS ra1 IfBflJ siIJfrnI O 1E JID- r m 90 rn r FOR- d f p be nie to the For be or for of low ten you you pay IT l Important to Teachers Examinations lot graduation from the common school course will be held at my ollice Friday and Saturday Slay nth and 30th Examination for white teachers will held at court house on Friday ana Saturday May 16th and 17th Examinations for colored teachers will at court house Friday and Saturday May 23rd and 24th Elisa J Lusk Supt ADVKICTISEO LKTTKKS Letters remaining in Lancaster office unclaimed week ending April 28th 1002 Eliza Beasby S Davidson Jan Doty Susie Doty Susie Hyatt Clarence McAfee If called for say advertised Wm West P M Lancaster Ky IlrlcK Masons Attention Bids for laying the brick in the Presbyterian parsonage in Lancaster Ky will be received by the building committee until Saturday May 24th 1002 at noon The contractor to all material work and material be firstclass Committee reserves right to reject any or all bids further information address tf W II Wherritt Lancaster Ky Telephone Stock For Sale Two hundred and fifty shares of stock in the Bastin Telephone Company guaranteed to pay a of six per cent per annum will sold for cash at par value ten 1000 per share in single shares in blocks to suit purchasers This valuable stock is increasing in value and purchasers will make a paying Call on or address William Herndon Attorney Kentucky Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or intending to buy any kind of a Monument this year One 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 early spring delivery the largest amount ever ordered at one time for Central Kentucky By purchasing such a large lot at the dullest season the year we secured it at unusually prices and as it will be shipped at carload freight rates which also means considerable saving we are of it at 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 furtner information write us Wm Adams Son 26Sin Lexington Ky Important to Farmers 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 If you have been with inujrisurance 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 will have the peace of mind and freedom from anxiety which a policy the CONTINENTAL affords to who holds it It will only cost a few dollars a year a FEW CENTS A WEEK less than you would to paint a barn to PROTECT it from the weather BETTER BE SURE THAN SORRY Your prop erty may take lire in any one of a dred different ways If your property burns have your policy in a strong company TIlE CONTINENTAL one thathas made its record and been tried COSTS NO MORE THAN TO INSURE IN A POOR ONE Incase fire your policy in the CONT1NEN TAL isequivalent to a CHECK ON A BANK Better look your policies over and satisfy yourself that you have strong company Ask for a Policy and you are sure of lute indemnity at fair rates Placing your fire insurance in some companies like keeping your valuables in board box instead of a modern safe your property burns the money is no ASSESSMENT HAS TO BE on your NEIGHBORS TO PAY YOU The Continentals agents examine your property before insuring so in case of accident you get till you are insured for Low rates and fair dealings Call on write or tele phone G B SWINEBROAD THE CONTINENTALS AGENT AT LANCASTER KENTUC3KY and will at once come to see your prop erty FARM PROPERTY is insured against Fire Lightning and Wind Storms on cash or installment plan Assets Jan 1st 1002 1159901181 G B Swinebroad Agent 3lolm Lancaster Ky J be held ap td D furnish preferred dividend dollars investment Lan aster 0 year n continental pas I ng C mum lni aims I 0St to 4 1 L Fresh black cakes at Zimmers 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Homemade taffy candy fresh at Zimmers Wanted 200 old jobs to paint and repair Conns Carriage Shop Try Lowneys elegant candies at Zimmers New line just opened Fresh Lowneys candies just re ceived Zimmers Car load Iron Good price paid II B Northcott Wanted a horse to keep for feed and care The best of care will be taken of same Apply at this office Ice for Sole We have contracted for Ice with the Paris Ice Manufacturing Compa ny and will be able to supply the trade See us before contracting II B Northcott Candy ISuzar The Christian Endeavor Society will give a candy bazar in the Odd Fellows hall Saturday May 3rd from 3 to 5 oclock in the afternoon and from 6 10 oclock in the evening Every body cordially invited Iree Trip to Cincinnati Each purchaser of 50 cts worth of at our store gets 1 guess on the number dozen eggs we will buy be tween May 1st and Dec 1st Nearest guesser will be given a free trip to Cincinnati Bring in your eggs you may be the lucky one Cash paid for all kinds of produce Lancaster Grocery Co JIAKKSISURY Mr Thomps Arnold has returned from a trip to Dallas Texas He re ports an enjoyable time Sutton and son Johnnie spent with her cousin Henry Ball near Hubble Mr Fred Kemper and family of Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs Fred YeagerMonday Mrs Jas Hawkins and daughters Pearl and Mattie Mae of Wood view and Mis Ora Carney of Springfield visited friends here a few days the first of the week Mrs Harry Aldridgestill con tinues quite sick with grip Mr Jas Aldridge of Iliattsville is visiting his sister Miss Ruth Aldridge Several days ago Mr Henry Parksof Danville had the misfortune to fall from a building breaking his arm He was with friends here Sunday and says the bones are knitting nicely Charles Burdett bought of Hunter House nine shoats for30 S BEAZLEY Teeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office In oppoIteDa a GOLDSTEIN an led goods Mar Sunday W DENTIST or KENTUCKY ra i Airs t WI1L BEAT THE ter or St ASAPH HOTEL Stanford Ky Tuesday May Gth GILCIIER HOTEL Danville Ky Thursday May Sth Now is the time Dont neglect your best friend YOUR EYES EYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYES OFFICE nouus 9 am to 5 pm FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Banjrermnn 2 2SO Gam roso Sired by Gambetta Wilkeranp 14 Sire of Guinette 205 Weed WIlkes Lottie Lorine 20oi Gambrel 210J i 210 211 etc 1 dam Delilah dam of Clementine 210Knnnfi f t ilmlr o ir r of Cleveland 2 nSby Mambrunelio 221 3 dam Star Davis 4 dam by Brown Pilot Gambrnno Is brown stallion 15 handshigh splendid form and action and will present season at farm on the Lancespike miles from Danville Ky At 1250 to Insure a Colt Money Is due when the fact Is ascertainedmare Is parted with producemuch sought alter by dealers he having prosown qualities as a 2driving Dr Sparks third heat in 2 25J I will stand a firstclass Mule Jack at500 to Insure a colt Not responsible foraccldents Jno S Baughman Danville Kyj soldbyEyelet dum four Living cd hIs III Emma c year also i M3L J Tg g 3 g 00 OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J Aleorn counsel W McC Johnston secretary f t t ti Par Value of Shares I Full Paid and NonAssessable iW i fljQ Q CJpIi57 Money is always made those who get valuable information EARLY 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 make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men every where Experts have pronounced it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel oil The great fortunes made iu 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 cream of the oil property in this XI by andact X I f t I companyhas whoa 2 only question 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 His discovery and development of the splendid oil pool in the Bath Meuefee 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 iu our com pany are protected as far as human foresight and wisdom can provide in oil development and OUR promptly our company has se PROPERTIESBy acting producer We Can Save Money For You E ln 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 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 Horn Elm oo 0 o 0 o 0 6 OWe6 o 0 0 0 ill ill ill ill m ill ill rn ill ill ill ill m ill ill Ii 0 0 0 0p 0 o 0O 0 E3 ill m ill ill CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May ist 1902 f t Wheat Crop Condition American farmers seeded last fall 32000000 acres of winter wheat an area of 4000000 acres in excess of that which they reaped in the summer This great planting far surpassing any other in the history of American farming will offset the damage done to the wheat crop by the long drought of the fall and winter and careful in quiry in the wheat producing States giving reason to believe that the crop of this year will be as large as if not a trifle larger than the record making crop of last year despite all the losses that have been suffered If the two elements in making of the crop prospect had been put together last acreage and the condition of the crop a wheat yield far in excess of even last years would have been predicted The Washington authorities announc ed then that the condition of winter wheat was 8670 per cent and with a 32000000 acreage this would have meant a crop approaching 458000000 bushels as against from 4000000 to 425000000 bushels harvested last year All hope for such a large yield has however passed forecasts Decembernamely 11 The drought of the fall and early winter had even then damaged the prospects very noticeably As against the 8070 which represented the then December 1900 showed 9O and December 1891 showed the same figure The drought continued throughout January and February but was in March and the last four weeks have been ideal weather in the whole West A painstaking survey of the present wheat situation indicates that nature has made amends in these last four weeks for the earlier drought and that the imperiled wheat prospects are to a great extent restored Kansas has lost 1000000 acres of the 5833000 acres with which it started the season and Oklahoma Texas and Kentucky also have lost The condition for all these States is low Kansas being given only 70 as against 105 last year The condition of the whole Pacific coast however is ideal and Missouri Illinois and Nebraska all promise high yields Missouris acreage has by 800000 That Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and assimilatingfood For them Dr Kings New Life Pills work wonders They tone and regulate the digestive gently expel all poisons from the system enrich the blood improve make healthy flesh Only at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick lin condition broken increased acresEx organs appetite 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 SOYSuccessors to J M Higginbotham I i 111 tUJUtUJUtJJJtJu ttJItUJJJJjJt jJJJJlW JIJ I f t I cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields where tee hope to bring in a strong well very shortly have also just closed a contract to sink a num county within 60 days Our prop erty there lies on the famous Rich land Creek oil field near and in sight of both the Jones and Wages gushers estimated at 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 trees drift and everything along the creek for seven miles Our property is just drillinginVe rightin REMINISCENCES OfTIiomaM V Held Mrs Potts calls SoniC Characteristic Incidents in the LUc Of tine Deceased The Thomas W Reid brought his bride to Lancaster when I was a little girl I recollect the pleasant frank expression of his countenance at that early date and during the ma ny succeeding years while we were fellowcitizens I never saw it wear any other A dining was given to the bride and groom by Mrs Harvey Yantis who at that time lived at the Myers place out on the hill I see the bride as distinctly now as then wear ing a satin dress of a dark rich wine color shading with black and I seem to hear the low sweet tones of her voice an unusual charm which she has carried through life I have ever been sensitive to the cadences of human voice and it must have been the marked impression made on that occasion by her musical words that stamped so much of the scene upon my childhood memory He was cheery and quick of thought and speech but it is the young wife who is uppermost in my mind as I think of that day for it was an allday affair the dining of that era I associate Mr Reid with all good things with the church the Odd Fel lows the quiet prudent conservative daily life mixing with his fellowmen in friendly intercourse never obtru sive always steering around the shoals of gossip malice and the Uncharita bleness that is wont to mark the small community wherever found The people of Lancaster are the very best in the world I have loved them and I love them but they like the rest mankind have occasionally the maxim Think twice before you speak once I repeat that Mr Reid walked with us and of us and among us yet never seemed against us Like Henry Ward Beechers kindly man he did not shake hands with his finger nails long There was never a scratch in his grip I hear his quick tread and cheery tones now as he came up one day on the street with Say you keep up with all your namesakes in the State We Odd Fellows have a ward who is named for you and we want to get at her age We think the time of ourguardianship is about out This must have been early in the 70s A curious instance of what is now called mental telepathy with Mr Reid and myself 1 had driven out to the Robinson place on the Danville pike on a warm sunny afternoon Coming back the horse made the turn at the tollgate and was slowly pulling the rockaway up the lull towards town I being the only In my mind was constantly recurring the refrain of a popular lad of the a worn and weary brother Pulling hard against the stream I was not singing or even humming otherwise there would be no point to my story Nor was Mr Reid a singer that I heard lIe was walking in from IlerriHgville where he was stationed in the Internal Revenue service I had not observed him as I turned the forks of the two pikes and unconscious of his proximity when he appeared at the door of the carri age saying Do help a worn and brother Pulling hard against the stream I was naturally startled at the coincidence As he got in 1 said You seem to be footing it like Mark Twain footed Europe getting a lift when you can I then told him of the song He said he did not know what made him think of it he had not heard it for a year or longer He was a man of genuine ready wit General Landram was wont to say when certain smart sayings were re peated to him Why Tom Reid can beat that any day He is the wittiest man I know and it is so natural to him that he is unconscious of it The two were in daily association as will be remembered and doubtless manya pen could recall far more shining rem iniscences than mine I was after all casual acquaintance but of the many familiar heads laid low since I left the old home not one appeals more strongly to my memories of a worthy and agreeable manhood than the subject of this little tribute May he rest in the eternal peace of the righteous E D POTTS Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to chil dren C C J E Stormes 1m 40000 wanted R A Stone a 1 I iJ late them ill occurred occupant balI dayIIelp ever ate UJ lbs wool cIt violet thetune all wry buts C between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just and adjoing the Hutchings well that came in last week and where four wells are now under contract are just below and in sight of the famous Jarvis well regarded as one of the very best in the Field property adjoining us above and just between us and and the Jarvis well is to be 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 are right in the center ofthis splen absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and Ve producers above immediately The developed IN YE GOOD OLD HAYS All business men arc painfully aware of the trouble experienced in getting competent help from boys or in plainer words finding a boy that is willing to work to stick at it and try to make something of himself when paid good wages In order that some of the Young America see how things were done in times we reproduce the which was found among the papers of the late Mr T W Reidwho died last week This will show that those days a young man appreciated what was given him in way of learn ing a trade and points out quite a contrast to those who today want a mans wages when in realitythey more of a nuisance than of benefit the employer The paper referred to above is as follows This Indenture made the 19th day of February 1844 between Thos W Reid a youth and Charles Reid his father of the City of Lexington and State of Kentuckyof the one partand Joseph F Miller of City of Lexington and State of Kentucky of the other part witnesseth That the said Thomas W Reid his own free will and with the consent and approbation of the said Charles Reid doth by these presents hereby place and bind himself as an apprent ice unto the said Jos F Miller to learn the trade mystery or occupation of a Tinner which he the said Jos F Miller now follows and with him to dwell continue and serve from the day of the date hereof unto the full end and term of Four years nine months and 27 days thence next ensu and fully to be complete and end during all which term the said apprentice his said master well and faithfully shall serve his secrets keep lawful commands gladly do and obey Hurt to his said master he shall not do nor his property embezzle waste or destroy nor knowingly it to be done by others but the same shall either prevent or give immediate no tice thereof to his said master goods chattles tools or implements his said master he shall not lend to any without his consent at cards dice or any other unlawful games he shall not play Taverns Theatres or any other place of public amusement he shall not frequent without his permis sion from the service of his master he shall not depart or absent himself without his leave but in all things as a good diligent and faithfull ap prentice he hereby engages binds himself to demean behave himself to his said master during the said Term And the said master in the said trade mystery or occupation of a Tinner which with all things thereunto shall will teach and struct or cause to be taught or in structed to the said apprentice after the best way or manner he can and shall will also find allow unto the said apprentice good proper meat drink washing lodging apparel as well all other necessaries fit conve nient for such an apprentice during the said term and the said Joseph F Miller further binds himself to the said apprentice Three months Schooling a freedom suit of clothes to cost Forty Dollars And finally for the due perform ance of the Covenants and Conditions herein contained according to the true intent meaning thereof the said parties hereby mutually agree C In witness whereof we the said par ties have hereunto interchangengly Set our hands Seals the day and date first above Thomas W Read Seal J F Miller Seal Executed in the presence of Duplicates John T Miller Holds Up A Congressman At the end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris congressman from overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and speaking I had about utterly collapsed Itseemed that all the or gans in my body were out of order but three bottles of Electric Bitters made me all right Its the best all around medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Over worked rundown men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters Try them Only 50c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Fish Co Paint Lick 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone a I l fling cutter the- o belonging gives written J brilliant constant Lancaster en Ig rein c old followit h I G C C C S C C a lit J w 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 100 per share in amounts from one share up Every purchaser of stock will got in on the ground 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 propertiesfloor fortune AlIiat It Finally Comes To A girl who had been at college came home the otherday and said to her mother Mother I graduated and now I must inform you that I am a full graduate in pschycolog bibi Just wait a minute said the mother i have arranged for a and general domesticology STow put on your apron and go to work Winchester Democrat puce Question Congressman G G Gilbert in Wash ington City last week according to the dispatches created widespread atten tion by his speech on the negro ques sachusetts Bromwell of Ohio and General Funston Several days after the President dined Booker T at the White House Mr Gil lett of Massachusetts seeking to ex cuse this performance had referred to the South saying They consider that no cultivation no refinement ability or noble service can atone for a taint of color in the blood It is true in Kentucky said Mr Gilbert all over theSouthno refinement no culture no public service can atone for a taint of color in the blood We in Kentucky have a supreme con tempt for any white man North or South who believes in the social equality of the two races We believe that the greatest possible calamity that could befall this nation would be an indiscriminate intermingling of the races We in Kentucky believe Mr Chairman that the greatest ca lamity imaginable would be the mar riage of the white and the negro races And we furthersay that when any white man sits down at the same table with a negro those two have established social equality and if the highest and most exalted citizen of the nation can do that with the most cul tivated and exalted of the negro race by parity of reasoning the humblest and poorest white man should sit side by side at the same table with the humblest and poorest negro It is once established there will be but one one step and a very short step to an intermingling of the races TWENTVIilCHTII I UICKY lioiilavliio Meetings Ilegiu Saturday May 3 Make Low Pates The running of the Kentucky Der by is to Kentuckians what the is to Great Britian for since 7 when the great Aristides passed under the wire a winner interest in that event has been annually aug until every lover of that ble animal horse awaits with anxiety the decision of that classic race in which the entire continent is concerned Derby Day is a gala holi day in Kentucky and on the of May 3rd thousands of people will see ten or more of the best three yearolds of the East or West face the flag in the twentyeighth annual event This blue ribbon event will mark the opening of the nineteen days racing with a stake each day in which the best weightcarriers of the West will participate The new Louisville Jockey Club has found it necessary to add more stable room so great has been the demand for quarters from horsemen all over the country and on the day of the opening more than one thousand thor oughbreds will be at Churchill Downs to contest for the liberal stakes and purses offered by Not less than six races will be on each days card with liberal additions to the purses The railroads have made a rate of one fare for the round trip on Derby Day May 3rd Clark Day May 10th and Oaks May 24th while on other days a fare of one and a third will be given This is the cheapest rate offered to see these big racing events The Derby offers a better race than for years for besides the ten or more high class colts that will start the race will be an open one thereby in creasing the uncertainty of the result and adding interest to the event The stakes constitute the best offer od in the west and the Gentlemens Cup Race on May 23d which has be come such a feature will have nearly dozen gentlemen riders Dont wade through the mud but telephone Alek Miller and have him haul you to the trains Will cost but little f I philology ou enology certainto ofand Railroads men ted non unusual afternoon theclub ever s r anaThe Washington o Coronation r IleMoliitlon of Respect At a meeting of Franklin Lodge 7 I O O F Lancaster April 22 1902 Jjie following resolu tions were unanimousluy adopted We your committee appointed to draft suitable resolutions upon the death of our beloved brother T W Reid submit the following Resolved That in the death of our brother T W Reid this lodge has lost member his family a kind and affectionate husband and and the community a good citi zen He was a living example of true Odd Fellowship as demonstrated by him who fully and loyally tilled its precepts He illustrated the influence which true adherence to our principles exercise in a commu city Brother Reid was a man of pure habits He lived in the atmosphere of moral cleanliness a thorough gentleman anywhere and under all circumstances His love for Odd Fellowship was touching in its manifestations Next to the duties he owed to his God and his family he held those which he owed to his lodge and his Order He was not an Odd Fellow only when adorned with the emblems of the order in lodge rooms but always and everywhere To the ladies and gentlemen who assisted and aided us in the funeral ceremonies have our sincere thanks and they will always be remembered with the of feeling by every member of the Independent Order of Odd Fel lows Resolved That these resolutions be spread at large upon the records of this lodge a copy sent to the family and published in the CENTRAL REC OUD Win Ward JW Hamilton o Ky- r a father exceptionally kindliest L Robinson Comte wholesome IN CONCLUSION We guar antee that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company shall be and wise as human fore sight can provide expended in the development of Companys prop ertyThat no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a divi dendpaving 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 money NOW for development purposes We will it LATER When we have brought in the first two wells the stock will be withdrawn from sale entirely We refer to Bank or business house in Garrard county Address all communications to the X I I y itY XNOTneed 9 Y Secretary economically your B r The season has arrived for S and j SS Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store Painting Papering Purest brands of Handsomest line of PAINTS and L A Varnishes Brushes Etc we have ever shown 31T HEBRON Farmers are very busy wtefoiag for ruin W D Scott sold a sow and S shorts to Mote Scott for 38 G A Bruce sold a nice cow aad calf to Philip McWilliams for S35u Walter Eason who is very low with consumption is not expected to Mv longA singing was given Montgomery Saturday night In honor of Rev J D Willis Miss Jennie Rogers and Mrs Alice Rogers of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs W D Scott Mrs Samuel Duncan spent part of last week with and daughter Mattie Ethel visited in Nicholasville last Monday Mr and Mrs Dennie Scott were shopping in Nicholasville Saturday and were the guests of Porter Dennis and fami ly Mr W D Scott and wife visited relatives at Bohon Mercer county last week Italic Your Own 3111k COWM For the tirst time we now offer for sale a limited number of twoweeks old heifer calves from our select dairy herd and famous dairy bull Engage one Lancaster Dairy 5136 Dairy ice cream is the cheapest best and most convenient desert Order early 5l2t If you to spend your money where you will get value for it go to Conns and buy a Buggy Surry Phea ton or Harness but by Mr UelllJ amine nnelicclrH nlIa ant t PAINT We have all kinds of Paintsforall kinds of purposes We can supply your every want the Paint line at the very lowest prices possible House Paint Wagon Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish Carriage Paint Roof Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain have all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison FRISBIES DRUG STORE 0 0 00 0 0 In I 0 0 8 8 oWe0 g 0 t if 0 0 0 0 OOOOOOOOO OC OOOOOOOC 000G0C50C0v0 0a0u0 OG O 0 a 0U 0 o 2 o o OOOOG 000C5000c B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store G 9 J E Attorney At Lair LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages nO L SON i rho treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic find astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil True these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again mucus Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration and the poisonous acids and vapors which pass off through the skin are thrown back upon tho mucous membrane or inner skin producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus The Department of Agriculture has issued a statement of the foreign trade of the United States in products It shows that during the fiscal year 1901 foreign countries purchased American farm products to the value of 152000000 representing the largest agricultural exports in our history Compared with the record for 1100 they show an increase of over 100000000 Good times in the country means better roads better buildings better education There are few investments equal to a good stock farm wisely managed Dont get land poor Go slow on luxuries but dont skimp on laborsaving conveniences about the house Have a big barn of course but dont overlook sensible improve merits in the living quarters One doesnt need an extensive house have a cozy one We sneer at the hog and call him dirty but what a wonderful creature Answer is made from a of a leading Chicago physician and one of the most eminent in the country The ingredients are the purest that money can buy and are scientifically combined to get their utmost value C C J E Stormes lm The seasonable love of a twicemade widow has its reminiscent periods Wants Others to Know I have used DeWitts Little Early Risers for constipation and torpid liver and they are all right I am glad to indorse them for I think when we find a good thing we ought to let know it writes Alfred Heinze Quincy Ill They never gripe or Sure safe pills lm What a woman doesnt tell about herself causes many a marriage llerbino Cures Fever and Ague A dose will us u illy stop a chill a continuance al ways cures Mrs Wm M Stroud Mid lothian Texas May 31 1899 writes We have used Herbine in our family for eight years and found it the best medicine we have over used for la grippe bilious fever and malaria flOe at R E McRoberts lm lie is and how great his power for good The hog properly bred fed and handled will pay off our debts place a piano in the house a surrey at the GIRLISH FIGURES HOW MARRIED WOMEN MAY RETAIN THEM Besides comely to the extent of sweetness crate and often lose these powers when nature In its gestation imposes upon them the iuty of under v Hood motherhood Is a season of I I i LIT artificial aid A J liniment foroutside use Is fpreferable to anything else 1 o r8friend If used through out the entire period of pregnancy will soothe and relax the This celebrated liniment removes stiffness and Your is and Mothers Friend is used fur the purpose of lubricating the parts taxed during pregnancy It can work no injury to or ap plied externally to the abdominal regions It trialOfYou are welcome to our book Motherhood THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA f i Cure J t prescription others distress periodof child anticipation sohowever the tendonspromotl expansion of the under strain a machine of muscle and bones t agricultural c c 0t- It What Is Foleys Kidney iibresaven Ilesli M I much of which is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the eyes red affected and a constant ringing in the ears No remedy that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the circulation all offensive matter and when rich pure blood is again coursing through the body the mucous membranes become and the skin active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disap pear and a permanent thorough cure is effected S S S being a strictly vegetable blood does not derange the Stomach and digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application i THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Kidneys and hearing healthy 8 door for yourself and family to ride to town in educate your boys at the college and leave a balance in the bank for a rainy day There are many great things in no one of them is greater than the American hog Long may he live or rather soon may he die as only then can he be realized upon D Recent sales of Shorthorns have pro ven extra good as the following will show At Minneapolis II F Brown sold 35 head of Shorthorns for an average of females 741 S2 bull averaged At Marathon Iowa E R Stangland sold 41 head for 1DSS5 an average of 485 the 37 females averaged 52310 2 bulls 813250 At Paulina Iowa Hec tor Cowan Jr sold fS head for 25000 an average of 51205 4G females aver aged 53240 3 bulls averaged 200 Wolves have become so destructive to stock in the lower end of Marion county that farmers residing in that section made up a fund and sent to Kansas City for several large with which they hope to them Recently the dep redations of the wolves became so great that a reward of 50 was offered for each one killed Many tell of lights and hunts in the hills but Like a DroivningMnn Five years ago a disease the called dyspepsia took such hold of me that I could scarcely go writes Geo S Marsh well known attorney of 2ocona Tex I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but noth ing helped me As a drowning man grabs at a straw I grabbed at Kodol I felt an improvement at once and a few bottles am sound and well Kodol is the only preparation which exactly reproduces the natural digest ive juices and consequently is the only one which digests any good food and cures any form of stomach trouble 1m A widow just in mourning a year to study the colors that match her better than the old ones Dangerous IT Neglected Burns cuts and other wounds often fail to heal properly if neglected and become troublesome sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve prevents such con sequences Even where delay has the injury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure I had a running sore on my leg thirty years says H C Hartly Kankeetown Ind After using many remedies I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes healed the sore Cures all skin diseases Piles yield to it at once Beware of counterfeits 1m no one as yet has claimed a reward Several Hocks of sheep have been al most totally destroyed Some chases are expected when the dogs arrive The farmer Is IT in this country lIe builds the cities the railroads and the factories and the telephones and supports them all He makes the land blossom as the rose In the past four years the plow has made all the that has come to all classes of people During the year 1891 he 952000000 worth of products In other words after feeding the he put in circulation by his toil a volume of money gathered from what he sold across the water equal to half the entire money issue of the nation He does all this and what does the government do for him It taxes him on what he consumes to benefit the manufacturers It permits trusts to grow up to charge him more for what he buys It allows railroads to charge him higher rates for freights than it does to manufacturers In fact it does everything it can to make him bear all the burdens of government and in addition levies a tributeupon him to help carry on other lines of business and what it does for him is by a great big 0 75 0 j ag- rIcultural 750 them averaged D02i boar- hounds exterminate exciting doctors after i t aggravated exciting prosperity exported nation represented I itt 8202 ha- ilv Dont pay two extra profits when yon buy to us end we will pay freight charges both ways Save two Profitsfor on harness and other horse equipments v Write for our free Illustrated which we describe the surreys pbieton etc that havejJJAA made our factory famous for their high grade wait until your need Is more wi ite today and Ml have the catalogue by you for future use I jSy THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE HARNESS CO vro wu i Columbus 0 PO Box 772 St Louis Mo PO Box 54 No Ml Single Strap Shipment from Columbus Write to nearest office saggy 9JO carriages and harness Deni with the factory Ot our Our of thecountryoffer you an to choose from such as no ether dealer can show With urcha118h you can return the vehicle Dont l I wholesale raee eystm assortment we give broadeet guarantee ifit is not In every way satisfactory osu I C Buggy Price siswith quarter 1 F The wedding ring the subject of i quaint historical facts and endless superstitions It was probably chosen as the symbol of marriage more for convenience than any thing else Ll is supposed to be a symbol of unbroken love and of power and to carry special curative virtues with it The old goodluck saying about it is As your wedding wears your cares will wear away The ancients Pliny among the rest believed that a delicate nerve ran directly from the ringfinger to the heart and that the ring placed on that finger was very closely connected with the heart In early Christian marriages the bridegroom put the ring first on the brides thumb then on the first linger then on the sec ond and last of all on the third as he did In the namcof the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost The thumb and lirst two linger was represented the the next linger was the one the ring was left on to show that next to Uod a womens duty was to her but Ladies Home Journal Dont Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lin goring cough or cold We all know what a summer cold is Its the hardest kind to cure Often it hangs on through the entire season Take it in hand right now A few doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once Children like it ute Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I ever used says J II Bow les Groyeton N II I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly 1m The woman with an absent husband has no padlock on her fancv Save the Loved Ones Mrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards 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 Bal lards Ilorchound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments 25c 50c and 1 at R E McRoberts 1m If you have a loitering servant place his dinner before him and send him on an errand llevcjils A Great Secret It is often asked how such startling cures that puzzle tle best physicians are effected by Dr lOngs New for Consumption H ores the secret It cuts out the phlegm and germ mucus and lets the lifegiving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed cough throat and lungs Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infall ible remedy for all Throat and diseases Guaranteed bottles 81 Trial bottles free at R E McRob eits Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m People who speculate in Wall street dent seem to care a rap that they ar ent going to have a red cent next week Stand Like a Stone Wail Between your children and the of itching and burning eczema or other skin diseases How why by using Bucklens Arnica Salve earths greatest healer Quick est cure for Ulcers Fever Sores Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises for Piles 25c at R S erts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m The best thing for a love affair gone wrong is calomel Beauty and Strength Are desirabie You are strong and vigorous when your olood is pure Many nay mostwomen fail to digest their food so become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness freshness and beauty of theskin and complexion depart this unpleasant evil by eating nourishing food and taking a small dose of Herbine after each meal to di gest what you have eaten 50c at R E McRoberts 1m There was a woman once who never said I told you so Once Sciatic Kheiimatiam Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering I have been afflicted with sciatic was able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured and 1 am happy to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and get well It is for sale by R E McRoberts Drug gist 1m Some people hate to be happy so much that when they laugh they al ways have tears in their voice No Loss of Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lot years and would rather be out of cof fee and sugar than it I sold five of it yesterday to threshers thatcould go no farther and they are at work again this morning II R Phelps Plymouth Oklahoma will be seen by the above the thresh ers were able to keep on with theirwork without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by R E McRoberts im n ur Uu Hiu i saying Trinity bandMay One Min a t Horehound tr t Discovery infected tt 0 tortures scald head Infallible OJ properly and Remedy saysJosh t at bottles Ass Oriulu Wrttlitiu 4 Lurid MeRe 4 4 VoJii i ili w ttlvica AfirI n J a j In a recent article a prominent pity says It Is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients tu carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to he has hut one resort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chronic constipation the most mild and gentle obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist lm It takes a good woman to make a bad woman hate her Vhooi Injr Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it She says Our three children took whooping cough last summer our baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giving them Cham berlalns Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup be tween whoops Jessie Pinkey Hall Springville Ala This remedy is for sale by 11 E McRoberts 1m An engaged girl never changes the color of her hair over night Without Crutches I was much alllcted with sciatica writes Ed C Nud lowaville Sedwick Kan going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Ballards Snow which relieved me I used three 50c bottles It is the greatest I ever used have recommended it to a number of persons all express themselves as being benefited by I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c 50c and 81 at It E Roberts Druggist lm lUust Have Help to Live TilE fellow who refuses to take his county paper because it is not issued two or three times a week or because it does not contain as much reading matter asa city weekly has a poor conception of both his duty to the sec tion in which he lives and the which his act involves says an exchange A good newspaper is as essential to the development stand ing and civilization of a county or community as a church school or oth er enlightening public institution Abolish the newspapers from every county of a single State and how would the people of other sections re gard that Commonwealth Wouldnt it present about the same aspect as benighted heathen section without either church or school the people of so unfortunate a State soon be petitioning the newspaper fraternity for attention Try to think how you would do without the newspapers before condemning them too severely or refusing them support Queen Crescent Time Card Q C PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOSJND Number 10 Dally except Suiiday 609 am pmNumberNumbers stops when HiigKtil Numl er4 doseut stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 51 am SOUTH BOUKB umber 1 stops when ilaged 1140 am Number 5 Daily 1112 am Numbers Daily except Sunday 755 pm Number On llSJopm MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOlt Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Ha FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE PAY Price SOc 1 Trial Bottle Free t c t p thiesmulkst xlell I at t all C Liniment liniment t demoralization 414 pm Iidnit sic Sir lan 4 4S 4 o i sl 4S Wouldri I l Chicago packers are trying to the market Miss Mary Kemper who has been so seriously ill of bronchial pneumonia is convalescingA was given the Confederate veterans who are attend ing the reunoin at Dallas Miss Roer of the liichiuond Infirm ary who has been nursing Miss Kem per has returned home Jessimane Journal Judge A D Ford of Lancaster was among the court day visitors Monday Mrs Elizabeth Morgan is visiting her daughter Mrs Acton en Lex ington street Mrs Acton has been ill but now much better At a Mercer county sale hogs brought 7c horses 70 to 100 cow and calf 30 corn 350 per bbl and sheaf oats 1 per hundred The census report of the tobacco crop of 1899 shows that Kentucky led all other States with 384805 acres producing SG81G3275 pounds valued at 850993003 The total valuation of the Cincinna ti Southern Railway Company includ ing franchise valuation is 10000000 This is an increase of 20 per cent over the valuation of last year D Auctioneer Am Bourne reports the sale of several plug horses at from 20 to 45 one sow and pigs 14 three sec ondhanded buggies 11 to 23 one cart and harness 8 one bicycle S715 State Insurance Commissioner Che nault has completed his report on the lire insurance companies doing in Kentucky It shows that have withdrawn since January 1 1901 while seven new ones have en tered the Held Two have been placed in receivers hands another applica tion for a receiver is pending and 114 companies are now operating Representetive Gilbert is in receipt of a letter from the director of the Geological Survey stating that plans have been made for the topographical survey during the present year of a quadrangle contains approximately 1000 square miles embracing portions of Boyle Lincoln Garrard Mercer Jessamine Anderson and Woodford counties The work will probably be inauguarated in the latter part of May and will likely be completed the end of the season Any geological work which is done in this region will necessarily await the com plection of the topographic survey A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys filter the impuri ties from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible eys Kidney Cure makes sound kid neys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens the whole system J E Stormes lm Few men ever reach the top proba bly because the top grows away from the average man as fast as he climbs A Kevelntion If you will make inquiry it will he a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles in one form or another If the patient is not beyond medical aid Foleys Cure will cure It never C C J E Stormes lm Election Notice A meeting will he held at the Iron Bridge on New Danville pike Saturday May rd WOs for the purpose of electing directors for the Dix River and Lancaster Turnpike Road Co to serve the ensuing year The election will be held at 9 oclock a m 42421 JNO W MILLER Prest Notice To the lIon Judge of the Garrard County Court and County Attorney of Garrard Co You are hereby notified that I will make application for the purpose of having Nick 1arks paroled and released from confinement in Penitentiary at Frankfort Ky This the 17th day of April 1902 MAnY A SPHATT 2t By R II Tomlinson Atty 4 rL oo o ecue business before FoI- l C C Dt ti 44C GeNE1JU News corer egg sixteen Kidney disappoints 1 y o Clay King 2964 227 3 4 Owned by W T Noel W B Burton 15 hands high bred by Thos B Armitage New the season at place 1 mile from Buckeye PostBuckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at 1000to insure living colt sound and all right lien retained on colt for season sonS prevent accidents but if any should occur we will not be re Guard 22 The Raven By King Clay 594 2 1 Eola 219 Mngbrino 220 Doc 22 fnM King 2 27 and granddam of Meld 8 3 dens Jenny by Young Bacchus son of Harry Clay 45 dam Modesty by Tomdam 2 a by Star 11 3 dam by fnl opportunities would to be in the first of successcareer is Just there Is not adoes not as a wonderful sire of early and extreme for startling prices have seen his older representatives show as much tucky gameness and race horse qualities as those of any ever quartered In Ken W T NOEL W B BURTON Buckeye Ky my Jack the place under the same terms at 8000 for horse mule1 W T NOEL Buckeye Ky 1 BroWn horse YorkN Y will make Office on to for same Sire of The ttl3 Nellie Bruce Clay Wilkes2 26 Justin Dorado Sire of Miss Iid 2Io Marble 214 ClaymoreEdgar Queen etc1 dam Vohunteer55 Dam of Clay2 Sire of St 2 llX St Patrick 2 flu others sons sired 175 and daughtershave produced Dick 212 2I214Uomcstake 2i4f etc2 Belle Braudon 10 Jam of Amy 220 Gov Sprllgue220 sire ofWilmar 2 29X sire of 2 and Sire of 2 Sire of George Electioneer Happyetc King Clay is a147 2 dam Wells of Duroc Clay King with kind of stud extreme speed Ills stud practically horsei thc Blue Grass State whb Every the Lexington track has seen Ills get accomplish has never beenby of any horse the seen his step quarters in 5 seeand then sell peed I will also stand at sameand 800 for mare mule Black Jack 6 years old high known us Burdine JackHe has proven himself u good breeder Mares taken at 200 per mouth King 2213M 22Gf 2274 Daisy M 227f Clay 2il9 oho i134 8 of 226onder mnons andan man at one hands hia A voman who is obliged to be Avenue Chicago ills DM riot pay in bed all the time or most 3the time because of disease is in that I was obliged practically buried alive This to be in bed of the time Luck is peculiarly SO if she has been for me I Dr Pierces Favor woman lonu 01 i i T c petely after u oniv a mtle over she can creep from bed to look on at the sports she feels like a phantom revis I of former joys No woman need accept weakness and sickness as her ite weak strong wom en well It cs to believe thatyour medicine will sorely cove troubles Weak and women are invited to con Dr Pierce ly letter All correspond ence Ls hdd as sacredly confi the en being guard ed by the same strict profes observed by Dr tabhshes regularity dries the Pierce in personal consultations cures female weakness Favorite Prescription makes uterus writes Mrs F H McMillan susitut VicePresident Womans Ten the medicine which works nis Club residing at 113 Newberry ders for weak women FREE Dr Piscess Common the clothbound volume AtStfesss R V Piece Satiate JV Y r J fan to It uuul 1 felt pam and iua set Was so weak mStly Ite wh ch curedan active using perfectseems ofothers ick iting the scene i lIt I den t i ai confiPiercesg v 7N F sional prhacy DrinflammationSeveral years ago I met with an weakwomen sick womenwhich caused falling the well Accept for YOUD woa MtKiicJI Advisew II sonl Fon rccnpf of sLanpn t of OILY SwIll 2tonocent book in OP 81 88 fer j S out i 771tw 1 a4I free WSiiyL Esc strongaccident of Tec ssiJIntPn pas c3wErN Public Renting On Wednesday May 7th 102 at 10 oclock a m at my resi dence on the Crab Orchard pike about2 miles from Lancaster 1 shall rent publicly to the highest and best bidder 500Acres Pasture hi Boundaries o acres of clover meadow arid 30 acres of timothy meadow in requiredAt and on same terms I will sell 200 barrels of corn in 5barrel lots and also 5 head good butcher cattle MRS EMMA PERKINS Kodol Dyspepsia Digests what you eat Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and digestive or gans is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation r Ti approach it in vly relieves and permanently cures la Heartburn Flatu Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Hb3ache all other results imperfect digestion i PrlcoSOc and SI Large size contains ZVi times Procured by E C DeWITT A CO Chicago Kodol Dyspepsia what you eat bearing Cure KudoI reconstructing 1 D small size Book about Cure jl and THE WELL DRESSED MAN Always commands atten tion Nothing adds more to his appearance than fine LAUNDRY most careful d sers are wearing 3 A I work because it is cert ly as near perfect as mOl and brains can make Why not try it today LAUNDRY 5i 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington K H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenncky Page Wire Fence Page Fence lust be jlatle of PAGE 1VIKE I have just received full cartoad nf this Celebrated Fence and you will save money seeing me befure buy ing elsewhere Drop me a caret will call on you J T Leavell Lancaster lilY M N m i rf r r WORKS ryTrrYrrThr II1L 1 1K LEWIS Y President J S ROBINSON Vice Presfc ORGANIZED 1883 The mmm NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS i ooo X B F HUDSOX r S W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper t Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention f DIRECTORS S Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President jolly E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier 0C J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird S S S 3 O 3 O S S W Nx o I LEAYELL Cashi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I493 0 0 2 1L 9 q 2 0 0 r 05 2o IfillsiTakerDont rure constipation by aaritatinz the Ii bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions m Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics compels continual and increasing doses to IHattain results the liver I 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 rwjruId jts ia s Commencing Monday May 5th and continuing all week Majestic Cooking Exhibition I have arranged to have a man direct from the Factory to show my Friendsand Patrons that GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE will last longer bake better and quicker heat more water and do this in less time and with less fuel than any range made Biscuits Baked in Three Minutes And served with delicious coffee free to all who call Be sure and come I ffljl rtil Jfg rgJfbrliJ fjfffJ1flffIfif1jllfJlfflJ1 The FREE Majestic Range at this exhibitSuperior AUCN ALL CCF Kt- ttietvoi t IS A Handsome Souvenir for Early Callers K F POSTLEISuccessor to J C Robinson I I I CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky May 1 l9 2 FLATWOODS James Naylor sold a horse to James Elmore for 895 Fox Lawson shipped a load of hogs last week Rev Noah Smith has traded his farm that he recently bought from James Hutchins to Lafavens farm in Bell county Dr Farris has gone to Knoxville to attend the medical lectures Mrs Florence Cormenys little daughter Lucy visited at George Elams Tues day G W Spangler visited W II Furr Sunday There will be singing exercises at Good Hope every Sunday morning be fore Sunday school There will be preaching at Lawson Chapel Sunday and Sunday night by the pastor Rev Hobbs B11YANTSV1LLE Nannie Hughes and Mr I M les and little children visited rel ative here Sunday also Miss Hallie Jennings of Danville Mrs Dasie Collier will visit her sister Mrs Burdett Sunday The Misses Leavell were at nome Sunday visiting their parents Mr Clint Armstrong of Junction City is with his parents for a few days Clay Dunn has re turned home to spend a few weeks with his mother he has been in DUS iness in Tennessee Mr and airs Tom Adams and Ike Dunn who spent the winter in Florida have returned home Miss Cara Dunn is visiting Mrs Hiram Campbell in Nicholasville Mesdames Armstrong and Bryant were in Danville last Tuesday We had a nice rain on last Monday which we needed very much in this section Up as Estray Light bay horse with white star in forehead about 1T4 hands high mark on riglt shoulder came to my house April 2T Owner can have same by paying a1 charges- S W Mess Lancaster P O for a Taylor DunnBeck- er shopping r Taken Collar STONE Wm Teater sold to Wm Carter one pair of work mules for 8180 Lloyd Sanders bought of Oscar Ray a bunch of shoats at 5c Lem Teater sold to Huke Preston a horse for 40 James Littrell sold to Mr Dally a horse for 90 Wm Wall bought of Wm Moberley four hogs for 10 Andrew Meldrum will till his appointment at Scotts Fork the first Sunday night Our Sunday School is progressing nicely Let one come out and help in this good work Misses Pyrle and Jewell Sanders spent last week with their cousins Misses Beulah and Marie Roberts at No 8 Mr and Mrs James Carman of Camp Nelson visited Mr James Murphy and wife Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ben Kelley of McCrea ry visited his sister Mrs Margaret Lane Born to the wife of Frank Folger a ten pound boy We have a soda fountain at this place Come in and get a glass of so da water Several from this place attended meeting at Mt Hebron Sunday MANSE The boys are all busy planting corn A little son came to the home of Mr Zack Hester Thursday There will entertainment at Stony Point school house by the of Miss Jennie Wallaces school Ten cents will be the admission fee Dr Ramsey and family returned home from Pass Christian Miss where they have been spending the winter Mrs Lizzie Henderson of Rich mond has been the guest of Mrs Sallie McCormack Miss Annie Burke spent Saturday and Sunday with friends In Danville Mrs Jane Hig gins is visiting her son Jerry Higgins Mrs Thos Spillman is suffering considerably with a sore hand caused by a thorn Mr Walter Walker of Stanford was with the home folk The best set of teeth in the world for 8750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf regular Lock be an pupils at Garrard every Sun- dayS a BUCKEYE Mr J W Brown of Louisville has been for the last week at the bedside of his little namesake and most favor ed nephew Master Wesley Dickerson Mrs Joe Simpson spent Tuesday- In your city shopping The i Falls City makes trips I to Saunders Ferry will shortly be weekly trips Mesdames and Misses with their better halves and beaux are scheduling many pleasura ble occasions aboard Mr Ed Ray has accepted a clerkship with Dickerson Mr Ray has been in public business the better part of his life and by his rare congeniality has won many friends even at Buckeye rendering him not repulsive as a new clerk HAMMACK John Jones is no better at this wri ting The doctor says he has enlarge ment of the heart Mr and Mrs Ancel Parks visited at R Parsons Saturday and Sunday Miss Lettie Parson went Saturday to bring Miss Lizzie Tatum up to the box supper at Good Hope Arthur Ball went to Lancaster Saturday with- a load of tobacco Joe Rathel and wifes baby died Friday night with croup The girls have been very bu sy all the week fixing for the box Now 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 ind neat We have the finest cheap est and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz florentines tap estries stripes and 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 L Mixed leaves Lancaster 11 05 A M Northbnd Mixed S35p M Northbnd Passgr 244 if Southbnd 1211 A x A gin I l I flora Is Sonthbnd A frequently Brown- S supper TIMETABLES f 1fE 1 fh Ifl I J LL smL trrsw rui P SZS i lIIy1Gy1prt F c r kr3r New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE 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 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 MATTHEWS Tarvellng Pass Agent Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEXD Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo The LexingtonDemocrat Is The Only Daily leuniii Tale Publiseed in the Blue Grass Region It is especially devoted to the inter ests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor Subscription price 500 a year 15 cents a week by carrier P Walton Editor and Manager LEXINGTON KENTUCKY v v Pacific eEl ast G T or V 1 James I Hamilton Successor to S S McGuire DEALER 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