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Entered at the lost Office In Lancaster Ky as Mail Matter SUSfBER 0 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 8 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I el tnttnl ttof j aw t ht Scen ui Cass T11I1t 1TlI 3IialC Where We in earnest we want your trade and we must have it and we are going toget it if high grade MERCHANDISE LOW PRICES and the LARGEST STOCK in Kentucky to select from have anything to do with it Talk this question over carefully determine which store can reasonably do the best for you Which store is doing the best such talk will bring you here We court discussion investi gation We are now ready for Spring buyers our variety is fascinating styles were never before so elegant and effective and low prices prices consistent with highgrade goods prevail It is not a question of value in our store youll get your moneys worth you have only to please your fancy lJfl1fftJiJWdJ2 iP I I Are You Going To Purchase 0j 0 0 I 8 B o 10 IIb 0 1 j I J If frJ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I rn are f IE I I fl D o r IHINI OV 0o t t Ton Should See our Elegant of ChoiceWeaves Newest styles and patterns Our Suits range in prices from 500 to 1800 We buy our clothing direct from the leading Manufactures of America and therefore save the jobbers profits which we give to our friends and customers We absolutely guar antee each and every suit you buy of us to be worth to you the money you pay for it Suits WORSTtAOS CASSIMtRES and GHEVIOTS E1 r f i Efl Y i OOd800000000000000000000000c3 We Can Also Show You The Largest and Most Uptodate Lines of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes ever displayed in Lancaster Our come direct from tho Manufactures Our styles are the LATEST and our PRICES the LOWEST I I I x I i SHOESalso I I waeeeeoooaooooooooaooooo000000000000000oooooaooeooe Iii Mens Shoo Department we are Showing The Best Shoes Money and Brains can Put on Market We handle the Florsheim Shoes Buell Shoes Weber Bros Shoes and last but not least The Celebrated WALK OVER Shoes and we can truthfully say to you that the WALKOVER Shoe is the best shoe in the world for the money Prices 350 and 4 If you have never worn a pair of the WALK come and try a pair and if you dont as we represent them to be we refund your money I I I I I lOVER fu lly tOOOO0000 00001 iml o rj eeeooeeeooooeewoorooooooa is ablaze with all the very latest novelties of the season Shirts Underwear Neckwear Gloves Suspenders Plain and Fancy Hosiery and many other articles HATS Well everybody buys hats of us We have had several men to come in and ask us if we were going into the wholesale hat busi ness we will admit that our hat department does look like a wholesale hat house but there are lots of men in Lancaster and Garrard county that wear hats and as most of them buy of us it takes lots of hats to supply their wants We have every style hat known to the hat trade from to 500 We have a special hat that sell for that we will guarantee it to be as good as any hat that you can buy in Lancaster for Come and see if we are telling you the truth All styles prices in Straw Hats It will cost you nothing to come and look our stock over We can and will save you money on any article you buy of us THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER and FURNISHER OurFurnishingGoodsDepartment m rnI ilS 50c up we 125 200 I It I i I III 1 i11 01 t iJ f OZ z t j CC n f 0 o 0 o d i o o and- o r II T LOGIN rEXtixti- o s esticTheGreat Maj I f FREE Cooking Exhibition GOING ON STORENOW AT OUR We want you to come in ANY DAY THIS WEEK and see the MAJESTIC in operation have a Majestic biscuit and cup of delicious coffee and see the proof of the claims made for Majestic Ranges by a man direct from the He will show you that the Majestic excels all others They are made of MALLEABLE IRON and best open hearth 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 the Great Majestic Range will do its work in half the time and with half the fuel x They will work equally well with hard or soft coal wood or cobs bake roast broil seethe or fry to perfection heat all the water you want almost instantly If given a good flue will not clog with ashes allow smoke or soot to escape into the oven or kitchen They will not crack or break or subject you to the expense and annoyance of any other range If properly used they will last a lifetime We do not ask you to believe what we Come and see for your self Even if you do not need a range at present come anyway so will know what to buy when you do need one A SET OF COOKING UTENSILS FREE with every Majestic Range sold during this set of ware made of heavy copper uickled steel and enamel well worth 8750 One com plete set absolutely free with each Majestic Range sold this week only MAJESTIC RANGES are made in every size and every style to fit every condition and every purse We want you to come in and see the range at work glad to show it to ou whether you intend to buy or not K POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson factory l They say you weeka day hl U w F G Sl Ilan About Tile People Mr Cal East of Richmond was here Tuesday Mr J T Palmer in Louisville SaturdayMr Totten has gone tolllinois on a visit Mr Ashbrook Frank of Lexington was here Friday Miss Mary Thompson is visiting friends in Cynthiana Mr Sam Rarrick of Nicholasvillc Mr Sam Joseph of Cincinnati has been here for a few lays Mrs Wesley of Middleburg is her son Dr 1 S Wesley Louis Burnside has accepted a posi tion in Stonnes drug store Mr Hackney of London is the guest of his sister Mrs Richard Ward Misses Julia Mae and Dannie Gaines COFFEE if JL used at the Cooking Range fe exhibition advertised by K F Y Postle will be furnished by T Its the celebrated Yale brand 1 which giving so great satin k faction wherever tried to H I 1 w was 0 L HI 5 J w L L Oi d vs THEnj I I M BALL U i N is z 4 S C hi t I ve t FridayS visiting i l 1Iti i H It r- r 1 t r 9 1 J t FREE have returned to their home in Dan yule Mrs Jesse Walden and baby have joined her husband in Danville Miss Lou Grant is in Covington her cousin Mrs Geo Hardin Mr Wat Arnold of St Louis is tin guest of his brother Mr Win Arnold Mesdames Durham and Williams of Middleburg ure visiting Mrs I S Wes Icy Miss Grace Kinnaird has returned from several months stay in Middles boroughDr Ogelsvie of Princeton Ky attended the marriage of his sister yesterdayRichard Anderson has accepted a position with the Southern Railway engineersMisses Bruce and Nettie Ray of Stanford were guests of Mrs W S Beazley Sunday Dr Price of Stanford visited his mother Mrs Harriett Price and Sunday Mrs John Riffe and children are at home again after a visit to her in Hustonville Prof Sullivan and Messrs Conn and Anderson of Central University were visitors at Mr J T Conns Saturday Mrs George Bruce of Danville is expected this week for a visit to her parents Judge and Mrs Eph Brown Miss Nell Hackney who has been visiting her sister Mrs Richard Ward has returned to her home in London Mrs W B Moss has returned from a visit to her mother and relatives and friends in Middlcsboro and Pineville Mrs Richard Ward has gone to on a visit and to attend the wed ding of her sister Miss Nell Hackney Mrs Hugh Hemphill of Nicholas vine has been with her brother Mr William Arnold who continues very ill DLittle Margaret Smith Of Jellico Tenn accompanied her grand father Senator George Farris home Mr William Stewart of Crab Louis Landram attended the of the executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association at Saturday Dr J B Kinnaird is attending a meeting of the State tion at Paducah this week He is a leading member and active worker in i 1 i A S Saturday relatives London I I Saturday daughterOrch- ard meeting Louisville J visiting Medical Assoc Y the organization lie will read a the subject of which Is as long as a well Judge and Mrs M D Hughes left Friday for a visit to their daughter Mrs Roland at Lind Washington They will remain possibly sixty days Mrs Thos Burnett and Miss Mary Thompson have returned from Cyn thiana where they attended the State Christian Endeavor convention Mrs Ceo D Robinson and pretty little daughter Minnie Mae who have been visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker re turned their home in Lincoln Satur day Mrs Sam Woolridge and daughter Miss Mary who have been with Mrs Reid and daughter Miss Juliareturn ed Tuesday to their home in Denver ColoradoLouisville Post Miss Mayme Ram sey of Garrard county who lias been spending the winter in Pass Christian Miss was the guest of Miss Violet Preston last week Mrs received letter from her son Charley written ship April 16 He and Mr Zimmer were having a fine time and enjoying the trip Charley says he was sea sick only two days but they are both enjoying good health now Our former townsman Homer Bat son is building up a nice law practice in Louisville and his name is fre quently mentioned in the court notes of that city He was recently receiver for the Kentucky Bond and Savings Co in which case his good work attracted much attention We had a visit from Mr A E Gib bons of Danville the other day which was greatley enjoyed Mr Gibbons was a devoted friend of our predeces sor the late James R Mans and fre quently visited the latter when he re sided here Mr Gibbons is a line gen tleman and one of Danvilles most prominet business men He left an ad with THE RECORD that will pay you to see Miss Bessie Bourne and Mr Biff Bourne drove to Danville Wednesday afternoon and were quietly married by Rev II A Somrall The bride is the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr and sirs Sam Bourne The groom is the popular son of Mr and Mrs Am Bourne the clever auctioneer The bride was becomingly attired in a handsome grey gown with whitegloves and hat The happy couple were a reception THE RECORD extends congratulations One of the most brilliant and able affairs of the season was the Crokinole party given Friday evening at the Garrard hotel by Messrs W B Burton and Shelby I Tribble The hotel was beautifully decorated in palms and evergreens The tables were lovely and the ices and cakes served were delicious The gentlemen were assisted in entertaining by Miss es Gill Alice Walker Louise Farris and Mattie Mae Robinson The ladies were tastily attired in sweet summer gowns There were about fifty guests present who will long remember the evening with much pleasure The following from the Harrods burg Herald is interest to the many Lancaster friends of the bridegroom who extend best wishes Mr James G Saunders one of the artists at the Spotswood Specialty Company will be united in marriage Monday next to Miss Rose D Bradley of Worthville this State The ceremony will take place at Carrollton The couple will spend a week with the parents and then come to this city Mr Saun ders is one of the most artistic print ers in the state and is a valued of the Christian church lie first met Miss Bradley at Lancaster four years ago while foreman of the Lan caster Record and it was a case of mutual love at Many pres ents will await the coming of the couple to this place one being a very handsome suite of furniture the gift of the prospective grooms father Nicholasville Journal Mr Brown Anderson who has been at the Exposition for the past three months returned home Tuesday While there Brown assisted in the at the Academy of Music and at the Exposition lie a ery small attendance at the Exposition but the displays were very fine Mr and Mrs E R Sparks after spending three months in California returned home Wednesday night both looking well Their daughter Miss Mary who accompanied them will remain at Denver Col for some time Her friends here will be glad to learn she is doing nicely Mrs James B Leavell and daughters Misses Mattie Mae and Lilly two of Garrards and most attractive daughters spent Monday the guests of Mrs Mar garet Folger en route to Lexington where the Misses Lcavell are Hamilton College from which they will graduate May 28 Another surprise wedding is that of Mr Horace K Herndon and Miss Sue Oglesvie which occurred at the resi dente of Mr Woods Walker near Old Paint Lick yesterday afternoon Mr Herndon has been playing the devoted for some time but his most intimate friends were not aware of the of his intentions The couple were married by Rev Mr McClung of the Presbyterian church There were no attendants the wedding a very quiet affair with only relatives present The bride is a Tennesseean by birth and has been making her home at her rela tine Mr Walker for several years coming there shortly after the death of her parents She is one of Gar rards most popular and handsome young ladies and has been a leading Zimmer has on- board appointed tendered enjoy brides member firstsight Charleston music reports many prettiest attending institution seriousness be- Ing im- medIate paper rope belle in society circles The groom is the eldest son of Capt Win Hern don lie is a young man of splendid business ability good sense and plenty of industry He is one of the most popular young men in the county and many wellwishes will be showered up on him The couple returned to the residence of the grooms father Capt Wm Herndon where they will re main for a few weeks til Mr Hern don gets possession of a farm near town which he is now negotiating for THE RECORD wishes the young couple much happiness and joy Of Local Interest S S 3 3 Jx s The he shirtwrist has made its appearance Its quite comfortable but looks decidedly sissy No office is better prepared for job printing than THE RECORD office We want your work and will please you Garden truck is coming up nicely and vegetables will soon be ripe Some gardeners are almost as big liars as some fishermen Saturday was the best day the finer chants have had this Spring Satur days are fast becoming better than court day as business does rIOt amount to much on the latter Before ordering your calendars see our samples As a rule the home man in Lancaster stands about as much show as a fried chicken at a Methodist camp meeting but we can save you money this time and trust you will leave your money here A Worker m the Vineyard Somerset Journal Rev F M Hill is at his old tricks of usefulness rais ing money for the worm of the Lord On the 20th it is stated in the papers that he raised 10000 for a new church at Carlisle A Great Exhibition THE RECORD suggests that you go and see the wonderful Majestic Cook ing Range at K F Postles Hot rolls and coffee are served free to all The store is filled with ladies each after noon If you havent been take our advice and go see it Pass It and Enforce It The Council should adopt and en force the gate ordinance in vogue in many neighboring towns If the re cording angel jots down all said by people who run into open gates there will be several strong cases registers above against some of our citizens A Flue Specimen Miss Alice us grown at her home near town which is a perfect specimen of the best of that fruit It is much larger than those found in the stores The tree bears every year and she tells us is not much trouble to keep Gurnards Tobacco Crop Messrs Jenkins and Anderson who have been handling tobacco in this city have about completed this years crop They bought 407485 pounds paying to the farmers 2589933 an average of 8GGO The loss from origi nal or total weights was only 505 Ibs j Cut Worms The farmers are making complaints about the ravages of the cut worms on the growing crop of hemp We have reports that hemp sowed on sod land is entirely destroyed One report from Hustonville is that in a field of 15 acres there is scarcely a plant left Get Now Lamps Dont abuse the electric plant for poor light when you are using the same lamps you have had in use for several months They are bound to burn out and it is unreasonable to ex pect them to give good light Buy a new set and you will see where the trouble lies Grocery Close THE RECORD is requested to say that beginning with last Monday night the grocery stores will be clos ed every night at 730 This is done give the merchants some rest as they are compelled to get up so soon in the morning The agreement lasts until August 20th A New Law The urchins should remember it is unlawful in this State for any one to rob or destroy the nests or eggs of any bird whatsoever save those of a predatory nature and destructive of other birds or fowls The penalty is a fine of from 5 to 25 Nice Edition The Mt Vernon Signal is puttin on all kind of dog Last week it came out printed on tine book and contained many halftone cuts of prominent people BroEdgarAlbright has always been a hustler and since his on the Richmond Elks goat you cant head him at all A Rival of Lancaster The Dover Public Messenger says the people of that village have been bunkoed so often with investment companies and other fake schemes that the place is known for and wide as an easy place to find suckers In consequence he dates the last issue of his paper Goldbrickville April 26th A Former Lancaster Boy Many of older citizens remember Zolly the colored boy who worked for Mrs P D Gill Having frequently heard inquiries of him we will say that his sister was here this week and said he had returned from the South and is working in the Phoenix hotel in Lexington He was named for Gen Zollicoffer the great Confederate though lie now goes by the name of Charley Anderson i brought a lemon Ito paper our c Stores 1 C C0000000 If you are a lover of good music go over and hear Pinafore sung by good musicians at the Danville opera house Friday night The choruses have been especially well trained and he lead ing parts takenby vocalists of rare ability Telephone Mr R O Cun ningham for seats New Dynamo Arrives The electric light people have a new dynamo and it is now being installed This will make a big improvement in the lights as the present machines have more than they can carry Mr Ward is deter mined to keep up with the times and this move will be appreciated by his patrons Worth Remembering A prominent Kentucky lawyer has been stricken with paralysis while milking a cow and wellknown citi zen fell dead working the garden There are certain things in this world that women can do at far less risks than men Cut this out and paste it in your wifes hat Glasgow Times Give Vm a Show We have made arrangements to sup ply a beautiful line of calendars for next year and will have a handsome line of samples on hand in a few days Now please remember that we furnish you these at less than you pay foreign concerns When Mr sells you a lot you must of course pay his expenses We will save you this and more too Better Paper A Cincinnati house stuck us on a lot of newspaper not long since and it seemed that the order would never be exhausted We are thankful to say its all gone and this issue is printed on as good as is used by any print shop Paper houses say it has been hard to get good stock and they wind up by taking their revenge on the outof town boys School Trustees At the election for trustees for the Lancaster Graded School Messrs Joe S Robinson Jacob Joseph and Jno M Logan were chosen They fill the places of Messrs B F Hudson L Y Leavell and Jno M the firstnamed two having refused to run again and Mr Higginbotham departed this life some months since Yes UN Correct In order to save answering some ten thousand questions a day we took the liberty of placing the railroad time on the telephone card just Now we are called upon some twenty thousand times per day to tell if that time is correct Yes its correct and when It is changed TilE RECORD will make due mention of the fact Hustling For The Job Applicants for principalship of the Graded School are thicker than in the lower region since the an nouncement of Prof Pattersons resig nation They come from all quarters of the globe The appointment will not be made for some weeks and now is the time to apply The trustees have plenty of time to talk it over so go see them whether you want the place or not Strange It is singular that with the number of fine fish in ponds around Lancaster no one is ever able to get a bite Great schools are seen daily in Arnolds Mi nors and other ponds but no bait has ever succeeded in getting them to take hold Fishermen have gone and late but no good has been ac complished As to the river the opinion is that the dynamiters have killed everything in there as no good has been done this spring Latest Hobby Rev Geo O Barnes theonce famous mountain evangelist has been as an Elder in the Dowie church Mr Barnes was brilliant man and had many warm friends in this his boyhood home He soon ran off on some hobby and left the church and has since been preaching most any old thing that would draw a crowd Mousetrack religion catches almost as many people as the goldbrick scheme Meeting Friday and Saturday The Seventh annual convention of the 8th District C E Union will meet in Lancaster next Friday and Satur day The first session will be held in the church in the afternoon at 3 oclock Services will be held that at 730 and different services all through the next day Programs have been printed and we suppose can be obtained from any of the local members A great many delegates will be present and our people will try to make their stay as pleasant as possible Note of Thanks At a recent meeting of the Garrard County Medical Society held on April 25th at the Garrard Hotel the Secretary read a letter to the from Dr J N McCormack State Board of Health calling the attention of our Medical Society to the active and untiring measures employed by our Senator George T Farrisand Representative R H Tom linson in fighting the bill introduced in the Legislature by the Osteopaths A vote of thanks was passed by the Society and extended to these two gentlemen for the great and good work they did for the medical profes sion by assisting in the defeat of this bill The Secretary was directed to have a notice of this vote of printed in the CENTRAL RECORD and also entered upon the minutes HAf Grant Secy s Lal Plnuforc san Drummer IIi ginbotham haying tables printed fiddlers Ills Presbyterian Christian conducted Friday members secretary co are received early general ordained than r t I Clod Vorttts for Tomlliisoii Shelby Sentinel Ron 11 II Tom linson of Garrard is a oandi i date for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor Judge Tom linson was Garrard countys Repre sentative in the recent Legisla ture and made a most enviable record lie is a true and Democrat and well known to Shelby county Democrats having several occasions made speeches in the interest of party nominees and defense of Democratic principles The Stanford Coolest The following young ladies will take part in the largest elocutionary con test ever given in Stanford Wednes day June 18th Stanford Misses San Wood Lynn Miss Jessie Doty Mt Vernon Miss Ida May Adams Danville Miss Clyde Burke Harrodsburg Miss Beaumont College Murna Clare Curry Somerset Miss Maude Girdler Lebanon Miss Mary C Boldrick Springfield Miss Rose Cleaver Subjects and other entries will be announced later Saufley Alverson Mgrs Look Out for Them There are a number of grocery sales men working parts of the State and their mode of operating seems to be this way They offer to sell sugar at 3 cents and coffee at S cts on three months time Then they sell at exorbitant cash prices light groceries like raisins grapes peaches etc When the goods arrive they are delivered with the exception of the cheap groceries which the salesman explains had to be shipped by freight The light groceries are of poor quality and the cheap time groceries never come Winchester Democrat Overproduction An exchange who has been figuring on the matter says it is not likely that there will be any over production in agriculture this year There is such a scarcity of everything produced on the farm that if every acre planted should produce double the average yield it would not be too much We need more corn wheat oats cattle sheep and hogs therefore farmers should work to produce big crops fear of an over production The effect of a great yield would be to cheapen prices to a certain extent which would cause general rejoicing Kind Words for The Record Lincoln Democrat The Lancaster RECORD Louis Landram editor has been accused by the people who dont and who ought not to be because they have not the to do so of having been too zealous for years and used too much space in the Lancaster RECORD in urging a united action on railroad questions Good people have stood by him and the grumblers must admire his nerve in telling the truth about what is best for Lancaster and Gar rard county a man who wont stand by his own town an Osage City paper says and the editor of that western paper would pat Louis on the back were he thoroughly conversant with his history as we know it His father Gen W J Landram was one of the smoothest and most fearless writers and independent thinkers the State has ever known and Louis well he is just simply a chip off the old block Mr Carter Withdraws Hon Lillard II Carter created a surprise last week by withdrawing from the race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this This leaves the fight between Hon Richard C Warren and the incumbent Hon G G Mr Carters card is as follows Un forseen business connections and matters of grave private import have led me to reluctantly conclude to withdraw from the race for the congressional nomination This has been reached not because think that I should have been for my prospects seemed good to me Strong men of the counties of the district have promised and given me manly support This leaves only two candidates in the field and a of the party can now name the nominee a thing much to be desired I am deeply grateful to my many friends for their ardent and sincere support Mr Carter it is understood will in future devote his attention exclusively to the practice of his in Lawrenceburg Fishy But True A singular incident occurred at Capt Joe Arnolds big pond the other day Jack Stormes and Beddow Morrow had been fishing some hours without a bite Finally they sat down on a pile of rock at the edge of the pond They soon saw a large jumper playing in the water which is as clear as chrystal They watched and soon saw he had a nest there The wa ter was about four feet deep and the fish could be seen plainly They both threw their minnows to the spot but Mr Jumper only swam around the bait paying no attention at all Oc casionally another fishabout the same size would come up and after loafing around a few minutes went out into deeper water returning about every half hour The fishermen tried all the different baits at hand but Mr Fish paid no attention whatever and swam between and around both lines as though nothing was there To say our fishing friends were excited hard ly expresses it Stormes had to hold Beddow to keep him from jumping in They fooled with the fish all day and never did he even offer to strike Several parties have since visited the pond but no one is able to get a bite I L A comity uncompromising Polly Traylor and Lancaster Kay Sallee No without blamed capacity however Dn district Gilbert other conclusion defeated exceptionally inmost majority profession together o her Mar Mix indifferent think present warr- and The Court Danville News The case of the Boyle County Fiscal Court against the Lancaster turnpike company was concluded yesterday The case origi Hated in the refusal of the Fiscal court to accept a valuation of S800 on a mile of turnpike near the BoyleGarrard line as fixed by the company The valuation made by the court was 250 con demnation proceedings and was by the lower court This was followed by an appeal to the Circuit court in which the Fiscal court was again sustained The company has accepted the valuation and litigation is terminated The News gets a little mixed in the above To make a long story short the Fiscal Court refused to give any thing for the road Commissioners this the Fiscal Court appealed to the County Court which fixed the amount at 250 From the verdict in the County Court the road appealed to the Circuit Court and a jury in this court returned a verdict of 8250 The road was represented by Mr W I Wil liams of this city Kentucky Editors The executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association met at Elks Home in Louisville Saturday andtransacted a lot of business among which were arrangements for this years meeting Those present were Harry McCarty Nicholasville Journal president T G Watkins Courier Journal vice president R E Morning star Bowling Green Times secretary Paul M Moore Earlington Bee M F Conley Big Sandy News C CHoward Hodgensville Herald E A Gullion Henry County Local Louis Landram LANCASTER RECORD of the executive committee and Messrs R W Brown Louisville Times and J II Westover Williamstown Courier of the legisla Several cities wanted the meeting but Owensboro received the most votes and the Association will meet there early in July The committee on program consists of Paul M Moore Milt Conley and E A Gul lion T G Watkins of the Courier Journal and Louis Landram of the CENTRAL RECORD were appointed a committee on credentials The annual outing will start from Owensboro immediately after the meeting of the association The route will be this year from Owensboro to Cincinnati thence to Sandusky 0 on to Johnson Island PutinBay and Detroit Mich From Detroit the route will be to Mt Clemens Port Huron Star Island St Clair Flats and back home again with a few side trips thrown in There are now 150 mem bers association and a commit tee will pass carefully on all future for membership as well as the eligibility of all applicants who may desire to make the trip TilE CITY DDS Important Matters Attended to at Ifloiiday Nights Session New Marshal Chosen and Va saucy on Hoard Filled The regular May meeting of the City held Monday night at which several important matters were acted on The vacancy caused by resignation of Marshal S D Turner was filled by the of Mr S D Rothwell better known as Big Injun Mr Rothwell at once took the oath of office and appointed Mat Siler as his deputy This will meet with hearty approval as Siler is one of the best men the city has ever had He will continue as night watchman which is really needed more than a day man Another matter which had never been disposed of was the selec tion of someone to fill the vacancy caused by Mr J C Thompsons failure to qualify as a member of the Council The name of Mr Jacob Joseph was presented and he was unanimously chosen This selection will meet with the approval of the taxpayers as no better or more conscientious man could be found Jake will work for the of the people and will not that he owns the town instead of the voters owning him so to speak TIlE RECORD congratulates theCouncil on this selection The matter of pay of Marshal came up and itwas decided to make his salary S30 a month with allowance of S15 for deputy and 85 for attending the fire engine The Big Injun will make a good chief and its safe to say that with he and Siler on the lookout the hoodlums will have to walk in the straight and narrow f acceptesus- tained Judges tivecommittee ofthe applications election interest conclude way Wins Council ia 5a sy s a s Oil GasPar Value of Shares 100 Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo V Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J W Aleorn counsel W McC Johnston secretary t r h 1 J RI AI m U5 Um S S L1i11 V dtY rn I SOL Eec oky and COCIpaJlY Lancastec Y I g Ir it Vi- h 7 Money is always made by those who get valuable information EARLY and act on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START It is those who ate EARLY who oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men every 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 only The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques tion is who shall reap this harvest Realizing this fact this company has been quietly acquiring the cream of the oil property in this X groundfloor KENopronouncedit I heated State and knowing the importance of having its development in the hands of a trained oil expert has se cured as its manager and President Mr Lou J Craig who is up to this time the most successful oil pro ducer in the State His discovery and development of the splendid oil pool in the Bath Menefee oil fields eight months ago until then not even suspected of being there but now containing over thirty wells all strong pro ducers stamps him the foremost in Kentucky Oil Development For every dollar then invested there on the ground floor on his judge ment he now shows 1000 in oil already produced from feel assured investors in our are protected as far as human foresight and wisdom can provide in oil development and operations OUR PROPERTIES By act ing promptly our company has se whichall company o o Do a a- o 0 0000000000000000 0000000 lJQ b 0 SaveO Yoll 00 0 When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICKORY WAGON all sizes and the RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact tains i v 0o Q 0largestO 0 you 0 0Q Elm re i jI II II J 11rrt III r11 Jiii =rj11 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wagon pQ 0 0tt0p 0 0 O p 0- 600000r 00000000000000000 VENTRAL RECORD Aa Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May 81 1902 OUR readers are aware that THE RECORD does not dabble in politics but we do want to deaden over the line to say a word in behalf of our townsman lIon R H Tomlinson who has yielded to the wishes of his friends and consented to make the race for nomination as democratic can didate for lieutenant governor Mr Tomlinson has we are well aware been a hard worker for his party he is always ready to give his time and means for its cause and no one can say he ever flickered when political fights were at a white heat The press boys remember with much pleasure how Mr Tomlinson helped them in their fight for the advertising law in Frankfort last winter and every one democrats and republicans will take the greatest pleasure in lending him ail the aid in their power He is well equipped for the placeand if entrusted with the office those who supported him will never have cause to regret that step THE RECOUD congratulates its good friend the Lexington Leader which excellent paper has just passed its milestone Like good wine J fifteenth IIL i J 1 l the Leader improves with ago Edi tor Roberts is highly respected by the press and public and very justly BRO GREEN KELLAK of the Car lisle Murcury prints this following in which every good citizen will join with a hearty Amen Sitting at his desk Tuesday morning racking his mind for something to write about the editor f theMercury realized that for once in many years there was no political campaign to disturb the qui etude of the average citizen and that those who had long hungered after political rest could get it to their hearts content No candidates to disturb ones working and sleeping hours and no secret confabs to tempt one to do wrong to another Thank the Lord for his goodness WHEN a man with a fat office dies these days selection of his successor Yes its getting to be almost as bad as relatives dividing up a rich old codgers estate Long before the breath leaves the body of an old skin flint the relatives are laying their plans for the grand grab which always comes to pass in such cases A sky light should lie placed in hell so those who have gone through life saving every cent only thinking of self can look up and see how quickly they are forgotten in the grab for what they left THE way the festive editor has to YY11EE1 su pallbearersLouisville SEE US Before you buy your Plows Cutting Harrows Corn Planters Cultivators Binders Mowers Rakes Etc I Complete line of Implements I Call and get our prices Cost nothing 1 T B WALKER SOL Successors to J M Higginbotham f It It It It tlt It It It It t j t 111111111111flljIIIUUljjJII I cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields in the State We are now drilling in the splendid ButhMcnefee where we hope to bring in a strong well very shortly have also just closed a contract to sink a num ber of wells our property right in the center of the oil field of Knox 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 was beyong for three days and in spite of all efforts to cap it overflowed for seven miles down the creek catch ing fire and destroying the drilling machinery trees drift and everything along the creek for seven miles Our property is just field Vc on county day it control draw upon his immaeination is a cau tion sure Listen to Editor Walton of the Lexington Democat The in the east are searching for a remedy for snake bites as if the old whisky remedy can be improved upon Bro Walton never tasted liquor nor has any patience with those who do and we doubt if he would recognize the critter were he to meet it in the middle of the road This being the case it follows that he hasnt saw snakes so what does he know about the remedy THE distressing information is sent out from Washington that 300000000 copies are being prepared to be sent out before the election next fall This is pretty bad but theres one great consolation and that is when the speech comes in pamphlet form you can promptly consign it to the waste basket and thus dodge the suffering incident to having to listen to the leatherlunged orators SOME friend who was feeding Pres ident Roosevelt on taffy remarked that the name of the bucking bronco executive would go down in history with as much prominence as that of Washington It is said that before he thought the president asked Which Washington George or IT is reported that a South Caroli na negro delivers excellent discourses while a sleep and his preaching is re markably good Sleeping preachers are somewhat of a novelty but sleep ing congregations are so numerous as to attract no attention A SPECIAL says pistols were drawn in a New York pool room raid They may have been drawn but of course not used Its all up in that country The only fight up there is the fight to get the almighty dollar and skin everybody coming in reach It is said the Agricultural will import lady to fight the San Jose scale If Uncle Sam has so much spare cash he had use it in opposition to the fight of the bed bug against the American citizens The Lexington police department has for some time been looking for a Hindoo says a special good thing they have decided to look for something If they find him it will be the first catch they ever made TilE Lexington Democrat is mean enough to speak of Roosevelt as His Accidency This is about the size of it however IF this boring for oil continues much longer poor old Kentucky will in deed be more holey than righteous Business and Bargains See the fancy hoes at Josephs Delicious soda water at Zimmers Ice cream soda at Frisbies drug Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Machine needles and oil at Thompsons A few select hemp seed for sale R M West tf New stock fine violins and strings ThompSQn Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs Dont complain about the weather Frisbies soda fountain is In full All kind of fancy trimmings fo spring and summer gowns at Josephs Buy paint supplies ai SBrisbies and get the best for least Sweet pea seed tle At Thompsons Our icecream soda water is the best served Call and get a glass Zimmers We are making special prices on saddles and harness J R Haselden All thekaJlingMagazines atFrisbies Tomato plants for sale Several different varieties Mrs J W Grant New line of summer dimmities at Josephs I I I doctors ofspeeches bluff Department bugs fromChina better ts a I sto blast mono finest gown drug store I Booker d between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just above and im mediately adjoing the Hutchings well that 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 The property adjoining us above and just between us and and the Jarvis well is to be devel oped in April and several other tracts within a few hundred yards of us arc 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 rMmdcd by this development and the four sides which absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors TheJIutchings Swan Lake and came in Ve splendidd IICCJ S Oil ofus 40000 lbs wool wanted It A Stone Japalac varnish for furniture and all wood work at Thompsons Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs Your trade will be appreciated at ThQ Racket Store opposite Thomp sons See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners can get verything needed at Frisbies drug store Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and makeyour liens 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 call and see them J C Thompson Agent A few fresh dairy cows J C Siler Lancaster Ky I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey 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 buy your groceries Age 40 years Wool Wanted 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 Lancaster All the shades J Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock soldonly by T Currey I have a few line organs which I will sell at very low prices as I am unable to get out to sell them E W Arnold mal2t Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed them International Stock food Sold bv T Currey 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Wanted 200 old jobs to paint and repair Conns Carriage Shop Car load Iron Good price paid II B Northcott I offer all my potllowers consisting of geraniums roses etc at a bargain Will retail them at very low prices Call early before the best ones are gone Miss Fannie Bishop tf Ice for Sale We have contracted for Ice with the Paris Ice Manufacturing Compa ny and will be able to supply the trade See us before contracting We are ready to deliver HBNorthcott Hemp Seed We have a few bushels of choice hemp seed to sell Marksbury Son If you want the pure Southern Ger man Millet get it at T Curreys Mr J T Conns valuable harness mare fell dead Friday morning from some unknown cause Plants Plants Plants Cabbage Tomato and Potato plants for sale Geo Smith tf HouseKeeper Relief Dairy ice cream is the cheapest best and most convenient desert early 512t If you want to spend your money where you will get valuator it go to Conns and buy a BuggyySurry Phea ton or Harness Raise Your Own milk Cow F For the first 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 513t Dr Goldstein Dr Goldstein the celebrated will be at the St Asaph hotel Stanford Tuesday May 6 and at the Gilcher hotel Danville Thursday May 8th Those needing glasses should see him j r Heliotropes latest food I Wanted Joseph Wanted now optician 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 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 own an interest in all the proper ties of this company Those who got in on the ground floor in the Stickford Sunny Brook Mt and several other companies here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of thous ands ot dollars and it will grow to millions during this year and we are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good for tune raising Sterling Trio Graduates Commencement will soon be here and the sweet girl graduate will want pretty clothes for the occasion We have the most complete line of white silk white mull white organdywhite lawn white madras and all necessary trimmings with which to complete your outfit and in prices we defy com petition Let us fit you out J Joseph I have secured the service of a first class carriage painter who has been connected with some of the largest factories as foreman in paint shop and who can give you a better job of painting than anyone in town Prices reasonable ComeConns Carriage Shop 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 Wanted a horse to keep for feed and care The best of care will be taken of same Apply at this office 40000 Ibs wool wanted R A Stone I have a nice pony and colt which I would like to sell or exchange for a horse to use in livery Mrs C B En gleman Veranda Hotel Paint Lick Dont forget the big elocutionary contest at Stanford Messrs Saufley and Alverson have secured the best talent in Central Kentucky For Kent Front room back room adjoining Rent reasonable Over our store tf T B Walker Son Taken Up as Estray Light bay horse with white star in forehead about 15 hands high Col lar on right shoulder came to my house April 27 Owner can have same by paying all charges- S W Moss Lancaster P O TIGER Cora Flutters Cora Drills See the TIGER Ring Cn Prices Will SAVE You MONEY J R Haselden J A BeazIeyCo Funeral Directors II I I I It l I j I I Ii i SUPERIOR 1 lti rt marc a ro s- Our Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward i a- p CONCLUSION We guar antee that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company shall be econo mically and wise as human fore sight can provide expended in the development of Companys prop ertyThat no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a divi dendpaying basis and has actually PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in divid ads to all the holders of its capital stock If you desire to invest invest NOW We need your money NOW fordevelopment 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 every Bank or business house in Garrard county Address all communications to the Secretary A- IN I I Iy INOTneed I I The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I j I Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS- we have ever shown S I Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store MIDSUMMER MILLINERY I A T We have received this week the most ELAB i fore shown in this locality Come early before g the choice are gone Remember WE are the AUTHORITY on fCORRECT STYLES Respectfully f NOEL SISTERS T COME TO US FOR ijpiI Correct Styles Handsome Patterns r a n d I Si Our Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations 1 SALLIE D TILLETT 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 Carriage Paint Wagon Paint Roof Paint Floor Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Varnish Stain We have all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White FRISBIES DRUG STORE 4 t a ot V v v V v v v v V v v ORATE line of SUMMER MILLINERY ever be 2 fm oftrnl 1 i C PRICES 0 OC o e o 0 0 2 2 0 In o 0- o 0- o 0 o 0 o o 0 2 2 o 2 i 0 o 2 2 0 i t p- LOW a 1E1 Fl 1E1- OOOOOOOOOOOOO OC 000 000C OvOcO OGOsO Oe 0 0 i1 0 OM 0 1 0 0 0 o o 1 0 o 0 0 0- o o 0 0 o 0o 0 C o Disinfectants0o 0 oooc o oo 000 CANCEROUSAre in many respects like other iilcers or Valuable timeis lost in fruitless efforts to heal the sore with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer that are multi plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly keep up the irritation arid discharge and at last sharp shooting announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous sickening sore its February 1899 I noticod a small destructive on my lower lip The doctor cau No ulcer or sore can exist with i it but another came and broke out some predisposing internal cause out into an open sore I began to take bat ing sore on the lip or since W P Brown Hollands S part of the body will continue to spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the is purified and the Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation- S S S cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter It has great antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons and restore the blood to its condition And when pure blood carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process begins the discharge ceases and the place heals over and new skin forms S S S is a strictly vege f table blood purifier containing no mercury or the blood will be sent free THE r flr UL CERS sores and this often proves fatal developing pains workInthat has blood and the s s S and after I had seven open discharging ulcer or the fester tIes the entirely and no signs of the disease have been seen C is resemblance ten taken place healed cheek other blood medical MABKSBURY Rev Stallings will preach at the Fork cnurch Sunday Mrs Fannie Pollard sold to Victor Lear a few days agoa bunch of shoat for 575 per hundred Miss Julia Parks has returned from county where she spent the winter A little son came to the home of Mr Fred Yeager and wife April 21 It has been named James Henry in honor of great grand father and grand father Misses Alberta and Sue Hilton of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs Walk Ald ridge Mrs Robert Humphreys and little daughter Margaret has return ed from the South and will spend weeks with her parents J C Bo ner and wife Mr Walker Perkins and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a son The young gentleman has been named George Higginbotham Messrs Charles Durham and Will Mar see went on the excursion to Cincin nati Sunday Mr and wife were with relatives here Sunday Mrs Ed Perkins is visiting her parents in Danville Mr Jno Woods and wife and little son and daughter spent Sunday with Mr Charles Burn side of Hiattsville Mr James Yea ger and wife of Danville spent a few days last week with Fred Yeager and wife LOWELL MrJohn D Hard wick is able to be at work again in his shop We are having some fine weather and the farmers are making good use itIt seems that the people in this vi cinity are going to raise hemp instead of tobacco Some of our people are growling about the hot weather butthey think they would rather have it than the weather we had a few months ago The boys are fishing a great now and will continue to catch noth ing til Crimp comes again and then they will catch it in the neck Springfield Vashington J C Eubanks deal several Mr Audi Parks and wife are visit- Ing their parents this week Mr Ed Brown and wife went to Foxtown last week on a visit to Abner Mclvenney and family Millard Meadows and wife are visiting their parents In this place this week Miss Martha Stew art of Artemus Ky is at Mr J B Parks She is a line dress maker and has all the latest styles and will do your work at lowest prices Call and see her Land Alaska it is said can furnish home steads of 320 acres each to 200000 good heavy spring ers or fresh stockand fleshJ Siler sold to Ballard Bros some hogs at 31c some veal calves and fat cows at 3 c Do not let too many pigs run to gether Give them a pen where they can run out away from the dam occa sionally Feed them sweet milk in low troughs They soon learn to eat The man who breeds raises and feeds scrubs is handling expensive stock which will bring him a small profit while the man who handles thoronghbreds or good high grades is handling cattle that will make him the greatest profit Wooden pails should not be used as milking pails as they easily get sour and can only he kept thoroughly clean when new The pails ought to have all seams and cracks flushed smooth with solder in order to make them ea sy to clean This soldering should be done when the milk pails are bought and before they are taken home An exchange says that if farmers would follow these instructions they never need go to any expense to de horn their cattle Buy a five cent stick of petash and when the little horns make the first sign of starting to grow on the calves wet them over with the caustic stick and the calf will never know that nature intended that it should have horns WANTEDSome milkersgood I IIII Ntr Crops famines HWDSOME LINE OF MILLINERY WE ARE SHOWING SOME NEW NOVELTIES IN LADIES IMISSES AND CHILDRENS HATS PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE COME IN AND SEE US BEFORE YQU BUYJ i 1 i I itttt 13ttt tltI I I Iltll I n I 11111 I r r THE L06AN QRY GOODS COQ A eonbiijuuHuL tC ICtmmeky oiiet to the Chicago market Was sold hut week The load contained 100 fair 104 pound owes in fleece that went at 5 ia 20 good fal 14 pound in fleece at 3 a bunch of good 44 oajd spring lambs that went ub 750 and some poor little 34pound cull spring lambs that went at 5 The White Wyandotte seems to be still keeping up its march of progress At the last season shows they often outclassed every other variety the possible exception of the Barred Rocks The White Wyandotte is a fine fowl and while it owes much of its sudden popularity to a well execu ted campaign of advertising yet it has qualities that will ever make it one of our most popular breeds Danville of the big gest cattle deals recently made in Boyle county was consumated Friday afternoon when Fox Sanders CG sold to Julius Frankfor the United Dressed Beef Company of New York 450 head of slop cattle The bunch averaged 1200 pounds and the price was 575 per hundred The total amount received was 35000 Kansas had a fine wheat crop last year and now nearly all the ground is the same crop again and there is but little room for corn Many of the farmers there will be disappointed no doubt The most successful farmer in the long run is the one who gives a of his ground toall the staple crops each year lie always has something to sell If not wheat it is corn oats hay or potatoes put all the eggs in one basket is an old adage that applies every where A census report shows that in 1899 the 3583816 farms reporting hay and forage had a total of 01961200 acres from which 84012455 tons of hay forage were harvested Of the last named figure 4759300 tons were corn stalks or leaves harvested from corn fields The quantity of hay and for age exclusive of this aggregated 79 253086 tons The total value of all hay and forage harvested was 484 256840 Last year m Venezula alone 2000 000 birds were killed for fashions sake One London dealer admitted 12 years ago long before fashion was so pitti less as now that he sold 2000000 small birds every 12 months Three recent consignments to London included 10 000 birds of paradise nearly 800 pack ages of osprey feathers 6700 crested pigeons 5500 Impeyan pheasants 500 bird skins 270 cases of peacocks feath ers 1500 Argus pheasants and 500 va rious other small birds Those who grow tobacco should keep a flock of turkeys as they are very destructive to the large green worms that do so much damage to that crop If allowed a range and fed on grain at night and reared with a domestic hen instead of a turkey hen they can be easily taught to return home at night and roost in shed o house They should be kept shelter ed from storms from the time they are hatched until they are marketed as they easily contract diphtheritic roup if they are allowed to roost in trees or are exposed to damp weather Greens Fruit Grower Frost lifted timothy plants pretty badly last winter and a rolling cer tainlv paid well This work must be done for the best results just as soon in the spring as the turf will bear the weight of the horses A steel roller weighted with six or eight hundred pounds settled the plants back into place and there is present promise of a good crop of grass On six acres of the thinner land seventyfive pounds of nitrate of soda were applied per acre The profitableness of such a dressing depends so entirely upon the weather that follows and the price of hay that one hesitates to make the in vestment even if it is small In hot wet weather nitrate of soda does not help growth greatly True Every Word Shelbyville Sentinel What a person a gossip is and how de testable the occupation Gossip has made many a hell on earth Gossip has parted many husbands and wives Gossip has blackened and sullied the character of many a girl Gossip has parted lovers who would have been happy had it not been for it One tle mistep or one indiscreet action will cause gossip to with new strength and start on her mission Her did we say We ought not to for male as a rule they are ten times as venimous as a female A good healthy gossiper is as mean and dangerous as the meanest thing on earth A dog that will bring a bone to you will carry one to your neigh bors door Liberty of the Press The following lines refer to some printer about a thousand miles away Of course nothing of the kind eVer happened hereabouts Around her waist I put my arm It felt as soft as cake Oh dear says she what liberty You printermen do take Why yes my dear my charming gal I squeezed her some 1 guess Can you say aught my love against The freedom of the press I kissed her some I did by She colored like a beet Upon my living soul she looked Almost too hood to eat I gave another buss and then Says she I do confess I rocker kinder sorter like The freedom of the press New Ua4ert lc r Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials He has a well selected stock decJ0tf 11 with AdvocateOne In dueproportion t and always lit wehave gossipers and gum Ei rant Don loathsome arise b y4 r ames aiuoD Successor tc B P McGmro DEALKIl IN- Monuments andTombstones of all kinds can furnish with any kind of stone you desire and guarantee satisfaction 51 l Ve 1 ll t you Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for work now we can make arrange ments whereby you can pay for same on long time and easy SHOP NEAR DEPOT LOW RATES Queen Crescent Elite AS SHOWN BELOW General Assembly Presby terian Church Jackson Miss May 15 Southern Baptist Asheville N C May 610 Confederate Womens Clubs Los Angeles Cal May iS Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 1014 Knights of Pythias San Francisco Cal August 1112 Finest train service in the world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets read via the Queen Crescent Route and thereby get good service AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T 1JKWJTT TA1MAGK by his Son REV FRANK DEW ITT TALMAGE and associate editors of Christian Herald book endorsed by Talmage family Enormou profit for agents who net quickly Outfit ten cents Write immediately CLARK CO S33 S 4th St IMiila 1a Mention this Paper 42141 Q B ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Kj Office over Thompsons store W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY NGltfS California fruit growers are forming a trust Three tornadoes hit different sec tions of Iowa simutaneously An amendment to catch millionaire tax dodgers was tacked on to the of Coltmbia bill An attempt to hold up a train in Arkansas was frustrated by the of the engineer Admiral and Mrs Schley were greet ed by an immense crowd at Meridian Miss where they are guests of the Board of Trade Elba Hall an aged man died Madi son county and will be buried in a cof fin he made twenty five years ago and had been using as a wheat bin William Worley who shot Ira Dris toll a boy at Smithland because he Onl SWINE BROAD ONo oe o District coolness payments Convention C S Rh o0000000000000000oooooaooooo00 ea5ul him a Democrat will given eighteen months Imprisonment Tho iron masters of Germany are combining to tight the American in vasionIt stated that 1000 lives were lost and 3JOOO persons rendered homeless by the earthquake in Guatemala April 18 About forty members of the Plumb ers Gas and Steam Fitters Union are out on a strike for 350 a day for eight hours The price now paid is 53 for nine hours Miss Bessie Porch daughter of Rev Francis M Porch of Louisville at tacked a burglar and drove him from the house Proceedings were begun against the alleged Meat Trust at Kansas City Miss Maria Hoffman an aged wom an whose means had dwindled away committed suicide near the tomb of Washington Irving in Sleepy Hollow cemetery New York Ess Broadway a negro was at Brandenbnrg of murdering his sweetheart Mary McGhee and was sentenced to hang June 30 Admiral Schley will be presented witH a silver service at Baltimore made from coins taken from the Span ish cruiser Cristobal Colon A Chicago paper says John W Gates has bought in the open market a con trolling interest in the Monon and will operate it in connection with the L N The Virginia Jim Crow car law is now being enforced on the Washing ton and Mt Yernon railway for the first time although the statute has been in effect for two years President Loubet in bidding fare well to the Rochembeau mission to the United States said that the Uni ted States was a country where energy is a religion and where youth is lovedBy decision of Circuit Judge Set tle rendered at Bowling Green H C Ganter is removed as manager of Mam moth Cave and W S Miller Jr of Louisville will succeed Mini Mr Gan ter will take the case to the Court of AppealsAlanaDale won the twentyeighth Kentucky Derby Saturday afternoon at Churchill Downs before a vast throng lie led from start to finish but was closely pressed at the finish by Inventor The Rival and Abe Frank the other starters and he won on gameness alone by a neck finished second and The Rival third Abe Frank the favorite was last AlanaDale was bred and foal ed in the Bluegrass by Thomal C Mc Dowell his owner The King of Italy pardoned the American sailors in jail at Venice A court martial was ordered for Maj Water Cure Glenn Chicago packers say the consamp tion of beef has fallen off 37 per cent since the agitation against the Beef Trust began LACK OF KNOWLEDGE Women who are to experience the trial of motherhood should and reason with modern intelligence Theories based the conditions surrounded your grandmothers or of the lower animal be pure ignorance Fashion and civilization hanged your mode of living dress and thought modern mother not suf fer surely will if nature is left alone to mould and give successful issue of the child Mothers Friend is a softening and relaxing liniment for exter gal use after a woman finds her self or as soon as fullness and discomfort with morning sickness is evident It relieves the excruciating pain occasioned by the strain sof the abdo minal mss cles A bottle costs 100 and is sold all druggists fK Our book Motherhood is mailed free THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA Ail or r J I Inventor et advancedIs tendions convicted b i Clay King 2964 227 3 4 Owned by W T Noel W B Burton Brown horse 15 hands high bred by Thos B Armitage New York N Y will make the season at place 1 mile from Buckeye Post Office on Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at ioooto insure living colt sound and all right lien retained on colt for season All care taken to prevent accidents but if any should occur we will not be re sponsible for same of The King 213 Nellie Bruce 21 Clay Guard 22 The Raven 226 Justin M 2 Dorado 2 2 By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Lida 21 Marble 214 Claymore Edgar 2 2 Queen Clay 2 rS etc SOj fey Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King and granddam of Volo Maid 213M St Julian St Patrick 211 33 others sired 175 and daughters have produced Dick 212J Strongwood 212 etc 2 Brandon by 10 Dam of Amy OJ sire of 3 dam Jenny by Young Bacchus Clay King is a son of Clay 45 dam Modesty by Tom Wonder 147 2 dam Wells dam of Artillery by Star 14 3 dam by Emmons Duroc King with any kind of stud opportunities to day be in the first flight of success tug of extreme speed His stud career and there is not a horse man in the Blue Grass State who does not regard him as a wonderful sire of early and extreme man at the Lexington seen his get accomplish what has never been produce of other horse seen in 35 sec onds and startling prices have seen his older representatives show as much speed gameness and race qualities as those of any ever In Ken tucky W T NOEL W B BURTON Buckeye Ky twill also stand Jack at the same place under the at 86OO for horse mule and iSOQ for mare mule Black Jack old 15J hands as Burdine Jack He has proven bjmsejf a good breeder taken at month W T NOEL Buckeye Ky Wilkes 221M M Eola 2 19M KIngbrino 220 Doc 1 dam Homestake 2J4 2 Gov Sprague 2 HappyMediumClay 226 2I done wn OOper 27 Daisy 7 217f 225 Amyl 227 211 20 Clay would terms i Pitching hay is hard work for anY cue bu for the man vho lies the least tendency to bronchitis it is dan gerous because of the small particle of dust and chaff which are inhaled and greatly irritate the throat Bronchitis and other diseases of the organs of respiration are cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery This great remedy is not to be classed with common cough medicines which are mainly opiates There is no opium in Golden Medical Discovery and it is entirely free from cocaine and all other narcotics It is a nonalcoholic and nonnarcotic medicine It heals the inflamed tissues cures obstinate deepseated coughs bleeding lungs and other conditions which if or unskilfully treated termi nate fatally in consumption WI wrote to you for advice and ad vised me to take Golden Medical and Pleasant Pellets which I did to my surprise got well writes Jlr Joseph AValleroy of Forman Ill Box 3 the called bronchitis I would take cold would greatly but two bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Discovery and one bottle of his Pleasant Pellets have been cured of that terrible trouble Before taking your medicine I weighed one hun dred and twenty pounds now hundred and thirty The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by the sale of less medicines He gains you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Pellets cleanse the system from accumulated impurities j j t neglected ou andwhenever suffer weighone meritorious a jA lfilVB1 G ilrsaavac Discovery r Medical NOTICE The creditors of George and Clarence AUmare hereby to present their Claimsagainst either of said estates v provento the undersigned Administrator of sail i W B MASON Admr j George and Clarence Vdi in FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN I You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC LOUISVILLE NASHVULC R R The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information cheerfully furnished by v J P ATMORE o p A LOUISVILLE orthe R IF IoA SO Sl r 0 I AND SY wil- lie 1 S3 + THE WELLDRESSED MAN Always commands atten tion Nothing adds more to his appearance than fine LAUNDRY WORK The most careful dres sers are wearing M N work because it is as near perfect as money and brains can make it Why not try it today M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAX Agent Lancaster Kenttcky Page Wire Fence Page Fence Must l e Nude of PAGE WIRE I have received a full carload of this Celebrated Fence and you will save money by seeing me before buy lag elsewhere Drop me a card and L will call on you J T LeavelL Lancaster Ivy certainly t t t i 3 1lLj Il1l iust 5 sK 3s i rr3H LEWIS Y LEAYELL President Eonixsox Vice Prest ORGANIZED I883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK IOf LANCASTER KY X CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention tV DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell B F Hudson I O 8 O 8 O 8 S O O 3 O 3 S The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Pre t S C DENNY Cashier 0 Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper o S DIRECTOES Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson v Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestines Bexecute functions ural agitation caused cathartics and increasing doses to attain results Unnat compels acts on the r 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 M 0 S J0 J So W o RIGNEY Asst Cashr J S Robinson J J Walker T Arnold w 0I493 o 0 2 o 0 o oe J F Asst Cashr O 1 P They temporarily ont ake by agitating I a M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1yYyNyV rfil1V VV YIr6l 000 OOO OGOGOGOCO o o 0O 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0404 OOOC 00000400 vie constipation c a 1 r Y a COOKING EXHIBITION THIS WEEK i IENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT ncaster Ky flay 8 1902 HAMMACK Bob White of Crab Orchard visit ed at Mrs S E Hammacks Sunday John Jones died Thursday eveningand was buried Saturday at FlatwoodRev Munday preached his funeral at one p m Mrs Hammack is Mrs Sarah Hammack this week Celia Pointer has been very Jor the past week Mr A J was in this vicinity Satur leasing land Mrs Martha Bells been at Mrs S E Hatnmacks past week Farmers have been very busy this ek planting corn PREACHERS VI LLE W Evans sold 200 bushels of wheat W H Traylor for 90c C Hutchins sold a horse to J C er for 0 and bought one from J A Ledford for 40 J P Rogers suld three cattle last for 15 per head J M Cress delivered to S Morgan 0 hogs which weighed 150 Ibs for t590 per hundred- F F Cummins sold a calf to D more for 13 A C Sine of Stanford is pressing prospecting on the farm of B S nceford in search ot lead lie is hopeful- W H Brown bought some hogs in jickcastle county for 5c Vj Faulkner sold a horse to J C Her for 80 F S Pettus bought some hogs last ek from Will Elmore J F Cook bought a hay baler from T Lunceford for about 65 f H Cummins storekeeper for the ncaster distillery and J F Cummins Stanford were with home folk Sun y Misses Lena Hobbs and Rhoda hite two of Lancasters most beau ful young ladies were in our town last eek Walter Pettus and sister euda was visiting their sister Mrs nnie Pettus at Stanford last week 0 P Newland of Cedar Creek was siting J C Fox Sunday Miss Thompson is visiting her relatives Mt Vernon for a few days Mrs am Ballard was visiting home folk Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam D Rothwell proprietors of the Dripping Springs Monday on way to Lancaster 1 Farmers are about done planting born Pastures and meadows are very wheat about halt crop the fruit not favorable by any means We have samples of cotton seed fcal cotton seed and mixed for sale and would be pleased to ke orders for same tf H A B Son I I A J Mrs k mock fore m ek W y for 5c Fan- e ere t ood rap iteM I hull d I I visiting d r Mark Sr MANSE Master Paul Crawford the little son of Mr Tom has been ill for several weeks Mr J E Goodloe of Whites Station visited here last week and attended the WalkerLusk wedding Miss Bessie Ballard of Paint Lick has been the guest of Miss Dice Higgins Miss Susie Parks of Lancaster is visiting relatives in this vicinity Mr G T McRoberts of Brodhead Is visiting his daughter near here Sunday school will be organized at Fairview church next Sunday at half past nine oclock a m Sunday school has been organized at Stoney Point to be held at three oclock p m It is superintended by Mr Jesse Dunn all the good people around should lend a helping hand and help in the great cause The time for the entertainment at Stoney Point has been changed to Thursday night May 15th There will be interesting exercises and good music BUENA VISTA Miss Mattie Johnson has returned to St Joseph Hospital to resume her duties as nurse The youngest child of R P Ison and wife has had double pneumonia Miss Mary Burns accompanied by Robert Harris Doth of Lexington visited the Misses Tomlinson recently Miss Bessie Bolton a prettv jun ior of Caldwell College spent Satur day and Sunday at home Miss Lee the Art teacher at Oaidwell College spent Saturday with her pupils Miss es Bolton and Tomlinson sketching on Dix Mr James Terrill spent last week in yourcity under the treatment of Dr W Murphy and wife of Harrodsburg vis ited relatives here Sunday W T King Jr has accepted a position as clerk in Bell county MrsJ Green of Lexington attended the funeral of her mother Mrs Wm Lane The land belonging to the Presby terian parsonage was mited May 1st in two divisions to J E and A D Scott for about 113 Henry Smith has made the follow ing purchases Seven shoats average 65 Ibs from Miss Worley Curdsville price 23 John Stenburgen 2 calves 23 James Murpny one cow and calf 31 Mr Thompson 2 cows and 1 calf 4650The winged messenger of death visited the home of Wm Lane Satur day night and took for his victim the wife and mother Margaret Lane Mrs Lane had passea her 80tn mile stone having been a consistent member of the Southern Methodist church for 63 years Her two daughters had been constant watchers at her bed side for weeks She was prepared for the change bidding present goodbye and asking them to meet her in Heaven She leaves an aged hus band three daughters and four sons to mourn her Joss Funeral at Mt Olivet by Rev A P Jones her pastor I Spillman J her KinnairdJ P Brick Mason Attention Bids for laying the brick in the Presbyterian parsonage in Lancaster Ky will be received by the building committee until Saturday May 24th 1902 at noon The contractor to fur nish all material work and material to be firstclass Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids For further information address- tf W H Wherritt Lancaster Ky Telephone Stock For Nabs Two hundred and fifty shares of pre ferred stock in the Bastin Telephone Company guaranteed to pay a of six per cent per annum will be sold for cash at par value ten 1000 per share in single shares or in blocks to suit purchasers This valuable stock is increasing in value and purchasers will make a paying in vestment Call on or address William Herndon Attorney Lancaster Kentucky 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 Sanders Ward I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year 1901 All parties knowing themselves Indebted to the school district will save cost by calling at once and settle as my books must be closed for settlement 417tf E W Harris Treas Important to Te caer Examinations for graduation from the common school course will be held at my office Friday and Saturday May 9th and 10th Examination for white teachers will be held at court house on Friday ana Saturday May 16th and 17th Examinations for colored teachers will be held at court house Friday and Saturday May 23rd and 24th ap24td Elisa J Lusk Supt Rev Garrison will fill his appoint ment at the Grove Sunday evening at three oclock Mr and Mrs Haselden visited rela tives in your town Sunday Jeff Dunn and wife visited in Lexington last C Becker was in last week on business Mr James Hills has returned from a visit to Texas where he attended the Con federate reunion and a number of others from here also attended and re port an enjoyable time Mrs Poor remains quite ill Mrs Will Lane a beloved Christian died on last Satur day and after impressive services con ducted by Rev Jones laid to rest at Mt Olivet The family haTe the sympathy of the community in their bereavement Sir J W Hogan is building an addi tion to his dwelling when completed it will be quite an improvement to our town dividend Notice weekC Cincinnati dollars name BItANTSVIiLE WALLACETON The mercury stood at 94 in the shade here Sunday Wm Lucas bought a work horse from D S Botkins for 35 Wm Higginbotham had his collar bone broken by a kick from a horse Saturday and Paul Derthick of Berea were here Saturday night and Sunday the guests of J A Bakers family Dave Bowlins wife who for some time has been quite sick with tuberculosis was moved to her moth ers home near Big Hill Sunday Dick Soper returned a few days ago from Ohio where he went trree months ago to seek his fortune He couldnt forget his best girl here A meeting of the M E Sunday School Board has been called for next Saturday at 330 p m for the of selecting officers and teachers for the Sunday school for another 12 monthsFrank Taylor lost a valuable work mare on Monday afternoon She was to the plow when suddenly she threw her head very high ran backwards and fell She turned blind and after about two hours intense suffering which could be relieved she died in great agonyLast Saturday J A Baker E W Ba ker and Lewis Baker attended the base ball game played at Beara by the Georgetown and Berea teams It was the first game ever witnessed by fa ther son or grand son and all were highly pleased The game resulted in 1 to 3 in favor of Berea and was pronounced a tine game by those The box supper at Good Hope was considered a success as they cleared about 15 W McC Johnston was in this a few days ago in the interest of the Southeastern Oil and Gas Co and took leases on the farms of Wm Coldiron Lee Anderson J C Clouse Dan Royston and W II Furr Mr W S Walker happened to a seri ous accident a few days ago while out hunting His horse fell with him and bruised him up considerably John Jones of Colorado died of consumption at 4 p m May 1st Mrs Mary Elam is much improved at this writing Mrs Martha Bell has moved to Hammack Mrs Mary Elam went to Crab Orchard last Sat urday for the convenience of her physician Dr Henry Pettus There will entertainment at Stoney Point next Thursday night Miss Myrtle Cormeny was visiting Miss Eva Merriman Sunday John Dudderar was visiting his incle JOhn Dudderar Sunday Miss Lucy and Willie Cormeny were visiting Miss Ada Prather Sunday W H Fair has a few good fresh milk cows for sale II Arthur Yocum purpose present I tL WOODS neighborhood I I be an attending ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending May 5th 1902 Collier James Johnson The Kentuck ian Miss Maggie Sanely Mrs Maggie Williams Mrs Allis Wilburn- If called for say advertised Wm West P M Lancaster Ky S BEAZLKY JD fe DENTISTTeeth extracted without pan UXU wtli Vitalized Air Office la the Bookoat Building Danville street oppo Ito Presbyterian church DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ElbertBridges V OF WILL BEAT THE St ASAPH HOTEL Stanford Ky Tuesday May 6th GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Thursday May 8th Now is the time Dont neglect your best EYES EYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Dont neglectyour childrens EYES OFFICE HOURS 9 am to 5 pm Queen Crescent Time Card Q C FAS3KS DAMVILLE SORTH BOKXD Number 10 Dally except Sunday 609 Number 6 Daily lipmNumber 4 Daily Not 356 amNtimber 1 stops when flagged 414 pm Numbers stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 am SOUTH BOCMP Number 1 stops when flaged 1145 a 5 1112 am pmNumber GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Bangerman 2iMGaiaro3e trial 4 JS4 of the high actiuyhorse sold by J B Stewart for 5000 January 190i Sired by Gambetta Wilker 219 14 210 Emma etc 1 dam Delilah dam of Clementine il9C222 by Administrator 357 2t i Mary dam of Cleveland 234by Mi 5 dam by Star Davis 4 dam by Brown Pilot Gambruno is a brown stallion 13S hand high splendid form and action and will make the present season at farm on the Lancas ter pike four miles from Danville Ky At 1350 to Insure Living Colt Money is due when time fact Is ascertained or mare is parted with driving Dr Sparks in third heat In 2iJS I will also stand a firstclass Mule Jack at 900 to insure a living colt Not responsible for accidents Jno S Baughman Danville Ky friendYOUR t am Doe 1 amber Sire of Guinette 5 Weed Wilke 21OS Lottie Lorine Gambrel r J annie dam produceproved r 205f 2I034 Eyelet 21I4 22I