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I W 1 TIIIJITJZEXTU Entered at the in Lancaster Ky as SecondClans Jlail Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MAY 21 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tYEAR Post Jlice NUMBER S LAt DRA f a y r h 1cnttatx i SPECIAL VALUES Clothing Hats and Fur nishing Goods You should see our line before you buy I n tfIn I I i ti THE LOGANXDRY GOODS CO 1 Of Local Interest SS3xtx 3 Ahead Or Time As part of our cylinder press has to be sent in to the shops this issue is printed ahead of time The devil has certainly been riding this ollice sever al expensive accidents having happen ed in last few weeks The finding of oil in Garrard would wake up business of all kinds Sheep shearing will soon be in full blast The crop is said to Sweet girl graduates and home nvn strawberries are it this week The colored Odd Fellows will rebuild their hall destroyed in the recent big lire Oil is as apt to be found in Garrard as in any other county You cant tell week Box Supper at Hubble The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will give a box supper at that place Saturday night Proceeds to go to the church Every body invited Communion Services The quarterly communion services will at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The usual pre liminary services will be held Friday tight The local school is not represented in the tournament this year The Garrard pupils always swept every thing before them and we presume they want to give someone else a chance this year Fine Berries Mrs Sim Anderson sent us a box of the finest stawberries They are unusually large and of deli cious flavor She has a patch of several acres and will sell some of them Crap Shooter Big Injun Rothwell Marshal flushed a crap game in Mrs JCirbys stable Sunday and gathered in some half dozen coons Judge Shu slipped in a horse on them Monday Supper at Fprlf ladies of the Fork church will give a strawberry supper in the schgol house adjoining Friday pight the 3rd Plenty of berries cake be served for a small price Go thus help a noble cause i 0w M be AI Hubble beheld seenthisseason our efficient rh ars the etc j will nd L f J f excursion R I s r f I i l is Good ItllNillCWN For the last few Saturday the town has been crowded with ladies from the country who came into shop Business men say Saturday fast becoming better for business than court days Wont You Remember Several interesting communications received recently were unsigned If you cant put your name to an article please dont send it to us The name is not for publication but for our own information A Good Dclliiillloii Captain what does R S V P mean asked Lenny Miller our cub of Capt White That my son replied the captain means answer so well know how much ice cream to make Another Dentist Dr V S Beazley has secured the services of Dr G C Harris recently graduated from theCincinnati College who will assist in his office Dr Farris stood at the head of his classes and is highly recommended by the ollicers of the school More Property Sold Col Telephone Bastin has pur chased of Dr Jas B Kinnaird the old Seminary property on Depot street price 2000 This includes the two story building occupied by II B Northcott Both buildings are good and Mr B got a bargain at the price paid The May meeting of Lancaster Pro hibition Alliance No 21 will be held in Odd Fellows Hall on Friday night at eight oclock 23rd day of May An address will be delivered by J W Masters Everybody invited Admission free O T Wallace Another for our Townsman Cynthiana Democrat Tomlinson who wants to be a candidate for governor on the democratic ticket lams the endorsement of The Democrat right here and now He is a firstclass man and made a splendid record in the last legislature The Democrat for Tomlinson Celebrated Worlds Fair Band Those who attend the Elks Fair at Lexington this year 11 to 1C inclusive will hale of hearing Phinneys Celebrated United States Band which played for six months at the Chicago Worlds Fair It has been secured at great cost and will be made one of the special of the Lexington Elks Fair The band numbers 32 men all of whom are soloists on their respective instru ments Notice President Lieutenant is A feat-ures afternoons energetic evangelist ills pleasure J Monday is county court day Not much of a crowd is expected The farmers have plenty do at home Another Enterprise A company was formed yesterday for the of the Yukon Grain and Seed Separator one of the best inventions we have seen J C nemphill Fred Kemper Victor and S T Leavell arc interested in the company This will give employment to a number of hands and operations will begin in a few days at the Leavell planing mill property Organization Formed The Secretaries of a dozen or more of the Central fairs met at Lexington last week and arranged the dates of their respective fairs so that they would not conflict By the pjans which were perfected each fair will be better enabled to secure firstclass ex hibits of stock and arrangements were also made whereby the different fairs will secure the same attractions at each This will make it possible for the higer class of shows etc to establish a chain of dates that was impossible heretofore Stanford Contest The following young ladies will take part in the largest elocutionary con test ever given in Stanford June ISth Stanford Misses and Sari Wood Lynn Lan caster Miss Jessie Doty Mt Vernon Miss Ida May Adams Danville Miss Clyde Burke Mary Kay Sallee Beaumont College Miss Murna Clare Curry Somerset Miss Maude Girdler Lebanon Miss Mary C Boldrick Springfield Miss Rose Cleaver Subjects and other entries will be announced later Saulley Alverson Mgrs Suckers Plentiful Ilodgenville Herald You read in todays paper where Mr Plutocrat made two millions on Wall street and you read tomorrow where Mr made a couple more of millions and so on but you seldom read where any of the big fellows lose anything This looks strange but it has been ex plained by one or the shrewd set lIe says it is the big fellows that win all the time and the little fellows that lose One fellow catches his net full of suckers today and another fellow bumps their craniums tomorrow It takes a heap of suckers to make one whale feel good but the crop has been very plentiful of recent years FIrstClaM Photograph Gallery Mr E II Fox the wellknown pho tographer of Danville was here Moo day and closed a contract with Mr J M Logan for the room over Swine fords barber shop where lie will llrstclass up to date gallery The room will be remodeled a large put in the steps rebuilt and much other work done which will make an ideal place for the business Mr Fox will lit it up to do the same class of work he does in his Danville gallery and will come here one or two days each week as occasion demands He is the best photographer in this section of the state and his coming will be greatly appreciated It will probably be two weeks before all arrangements will be but his coming will be duly in TilE RECOUD Unlawful But No Arrests A very strong and commendable crusade is being made at the present time against profanity says an ex change In many cities and towns of the State there have been effected to do away with this careless and sinful habit The evil is widespread and has not been one class of persons and it is high time that pure speech be the rule among all classes and that Gods name be honored and hallowed that it as sacred and more so than that of mother for God not only but lie is entitled most gratitude and reverence Slang is so prevalent in conversation and in song Even the pulpit is not free from its use Other spread phrases and words which are not of the choicest and best The World Bows to J Pierpoint Morgan of New York City does not own but he controls over ten billion dollars All the mon archs of Europe are mere pigmies to Mr Morgan and six other Amer icans his partners who constitute the Morgan Syndicate are more pow erful than any Parliament in the world Morgans ambition is to capture the carrying trade of the world He already owns and control twothirds of the railroads of the States and more than that of the great pampanies on the ocean Fourteen steamship lines and 4 railroad systems are theirs Qn land a mileage of Q5QO and on sea a tonnage of 1200000 All efforts at competition is as mere chaff No King on earth is so powerful More than million men receive employ ment through his companies and this means that five million are fed an3 clothed through him There are 1330000 GOO people on the earth qnd could give each human being JOO and haye something left to manufacture IIarrodsburb open- a skylight by our people complete announced organizations confined- to demands- it toour heartfelt altogether agencies character him Congress or The Wednesday Polly Miss C Moneybags beheld Him United proportion one lie Three prisoners broke jail at ford Sunday night but ollicers soon captured them It is almost impo ss ble for criminals toget away these days Lenny on Bullfrogs The bullfrog is large green and warty lie can jump several times his own length His voice is loud but not pleasing The bullfrog is shy and dif He builds his nest in damp swampy places where it is difllcult to track him At the slightest alarm he utters a low plaintive note and imme diately seeks refuge in the water lie is a good diver and can swim like a fish except that he does not wiggle but kicks a frog once that blowed himself full of air until he busted like a paper bag This shows the folly of vanity and selfconceit Oh my friends let us endeavor not to act in that but to be good and truthful Let us remember that life is short and that we must always be up and doing Some people like bullfrogs to eat but I would rather have pie Garrard Co Oil and IMiulli Co The above is the name of the third oil company formed in this city This company has leases on a great many tracts of land in this and its principal object is the development of Garrard county territory Thecapital stock is 50000 and the ollicers are II T Logan president Jas I White vice president R E McRoberts treasurer and J C nemphill The directors are J C J T Williams W Burnett B Kemper J F Adams J M Acton J M Logan R II Tomlinson is the attorney As stated above the object of the company is the of Garrard fields but they also have leases on very valuable lands in Knox Bell and other counties which promise good returns The of this company will appear in next issue of TIlE RECOUP giving all particulars The as you will see composed home people Clotting of School After a very successful term the Lancaster Graded School comes to a close in the morning for summer The baccalaureate sermon was preached in the Christian church night by Rev Mr Allen of Each grade has held appropriate exercises at the school and those en titled to advancement been given cards so stating The exercises this morning will be carried out according to the program printed in last issue of THE RECORD and a tremendous crowd will assemble in the Opera House to witness and enjoy them This years graduating class is composed of live exceptionally bright pretty and at tractive young ladies and an equal number of promising young men The former are Misses Willie Belle Burn side Ethyle West Marie Joseph Bessie Batson and Cora Ward The young gentlemen are Victor Stone Lewis Gill Marshall Denny Oliver T Wallace and Charles West An feature of this mornings will be the presentation of the diplomas by Gov Bradley For Attorney General lIon J Willard of Jessa mine county is a candidate for General and is being favorably mentioned for that place by the State press The following from the Jessa mine Journal tells briefly his claims for the support of the Democratic party Few young men in the state have attained the political prominence of J Willard Mitchell of Jessamine county who is an announced candidate for the Democratic nomination for Attor ney General of Kentucky Since he attained his majority he has taken an active interest in politics attending St an i ent There was county Thompson i development company- is entirely- of vacation Sunday interesting Mitchell manner secretary principal advertisement Danville exercises Attorney 1 nearly all the conventions of fe party and has ever been foremost in the affairs ftf his county MrMitch ell w s nominated and elected county attorney of Jessamine county in 1898 and in 1901 was again chosen for the same office without opposition from the Democrats or Republicans As a he has always been found at his post of duty advocating na thought was the best interests of his party and the peoplo in general In 1889 and 19QQ hja services were con stantly in demand by the State Dem Qcratio Campaign Committee and he never once failed to respond to a par HeTis a good lawyer an able prosecutor and make an adau rabUi Attorney Qenera political tys call Democrat whit would A glorious rain has fallen and and farm truck is growing as fast as did Jacks bean stalk The drouth haa become serious The little coon arrested for stealing money at Mr J M Farras was dis charged as enough evidence could not be obtained against him Popular Man Beolgns Mr John G Cramer for many years city ticket agent for the C O at Lexington has resigned his become district agent for the Insurance Co There was more accommodating or popular gentleman and we trust he will fare well in his new position will Be Here Tuesday Mr W J Homer writes us that he will be here next Tuesday morning early to do some piano work Those needing anything in this line should take advantage of having an man attend to it As a tuner he cannot be surpassed Leave orders with T B Long or Louis Landram A Lancaster Man Lexington Democrat L A Leav ell the colored attorney is exhibit ing an arrangement styled autimo bile vehicle brake for which he has applied for patent papers The brake is a novelty in that it is controlled entirely by time horse itself It many meritorious points and will likely be a money maker for its owner Ninth Annual Contest The Ninth Annual Contest for young Ladies will be held at Stanford Friday June 20th Miss Florence Burnside will represent Lancasterand other wellknown young ladies will take part Miss Lillie B Leavell of Garrard county will represent Female College This contest is in no wise connected with the one for June 18th Full later E H Beazley Mgr tf Some Timely Advice Cynthiana thieves and grafters following the Sells Downs circus robbed the people right and left at Richmond getting 90 from one victim Now remember Ahen Buckskin Bill and his come to Cynthiana on June 5 dont make change for anybody dont go up against any of the games have the exact price of the ticket to hand to the ticket seller dont take any extra money to the show but if you are fool enough to take it along dont In short dont do anything that will give rascals a chance to rob you garden position- to never- a experienced has advertised particulars DemocratThe Wild West display- it Travelers Hamilton C Fun at Paint LIck Joshua Blodgett of Blodgetts Holler will be in Paint Lick at Beazleys warehouse Friday evening May 23rd to furnish fun This is a threeact drama and is said to be right up to the minute A home talent company will put on the play and it is for benefit of the K P and A O U W lodges of that city Dont miss it Admission 25c A Fine Chance The Louisville Elks always dispens ing charity with a liberal hand have arranged to give away a handsome 8500 Kingsbury piano Tickets are sold at ten cents each and you are given a vote as to who is the most popular Elk in Louisville These tick ets will be deposited in a box and persons out here stand as much show to get the piano as those in the city Only ten cents for a chance at a five hundred dollar Kingsbury piano Think of it Louis Landram It MAEKSBDRY James Royston bought of MrsWhite a sow and pigs jor g25 of Nicholas ville is the guest of her daughter Mrs Fred Sutton Miss Jennie Swope andMiss Lizzie Marksbury of Marcellus at tended preaching in Danville Sunday Mr Charles Durham and Miss Marsee will represent Marksbury in the Demorest Contest at Nicholas ville Thursday evening Miss Sue Sutton is spending a few days with Mrs J I Hamilton and attending the closing exercises of the Gracled School Mr Richard McGrath and wife are receiving congratulations on the arri val of a son May 20 Mrs Mack Elli ott and Mrs John Woodsof Marcellus spent Wednesday with Mrs Cyrus Da ly Mr Ben Wood and little grand son Elmer Wood spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Jessamine A son came to the home of James Speakes and wife May 10 Mrs Har ry Aldaidge is able to leave her room after a confinement of several weeks with la grip Mrs John Royston is still quite sick Dr Herring and son Fisher of Lancaster spent Sunday with T I Herring Mrs Robert Humphreys and little daughter leave in a few days for a visit to Rev Sam Humphreys and family near Bardstown The Ladies of the Fork church will have a strawberry supper at Rice Academy school house Friday evening May 23rd from 0 to 10 Every one cordially invited Ad mission 25 cents 2t Mrs KaufTman Lucy Margaret I Our Price f 1250 Guaranteed to perfeei Satisfaction Only a few len Conic now J R I Tongue or Tongueless j CIITIVATOR give ase ell J A BEAZLEY CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for loaned on for sums of 500 upward t t o f AtLaw Cashor mnrmnr TfinrznrffTnnnrrffTnroTr a Cucumber rrrrrooooo oooooooooo oooooooo Efis CooZas nrntnrnrnrnnnnrnrnrmmmmmmmmr mI I You can be if you are properly clad for hot weather It wont always be Spring Well step into hot weather so quickly one of these mornings that the only happy man will be the one who has been wise enough to dip into our NEGLIGEE SHIRT lines which by the way comprise the greatest variety and excellence ev er gathered under one roof in this city Its going to be a great season for Negligee Shirts and youd think from the vast stocks here that we have the exclusive right to supply the whole state of Kentucky They begin with Madras and Cheviots at 50cts and go up the qualities of grades to 150 The patterns and colorings are as varied as possible but with that nicety of distinction youd expect in this THE Gentlemens Furnishing Store Its a good thing to know where to buy a l r r r1 1 1 ti TThe One Price Clothier and Furnisher sjH JU UL J MJULOAP o o Q ft oo o o ojuu g Ap o o 6 Q P Q tf Qymnnnf c- iJi f I e G 0 C1G f 1 G9O tOOQto liUWWWWiUWWWUWUWWWWWWi i1UiWUi iiR w Ir- s Oil ia dStg v4Vt Par Value of Shares 100 Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo Palmer vice yyesidentr C D J W A korn counsel W McC Johnston secretary i OIm 1i i eJt t i JIt Ljt 3 rI 7 oot otIU 1So tA aste nXer tloky o t as COrQ aDy La castex By fx X V Vakcr treasurer s b wwl J ilrxS- ce r r Money is always made by those who get valuable information EARLY and act on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START who do business on the ground floor there is no art in being late It is those who ate EARLY who make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men every where Experts have unquestionably the coming for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and Vest Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du many times in Kentucky 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 xI I pronounced- it oilonly I heated in- State and knowing the importance of having its development in the hands of a trained oil expert has 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 of there but now containing over thirty wells all strong pro ducers stamps him the foremost Kentucky Oil Development For every dollar then invested there on the ground floor on his judgt ment he now shows if 1000 in oil already produced from which all feel assured investors in our com are protected as far as human foresight and can provide in oil development and operations OUR By act ing promptly our company has se being in secured rn F3r8Jg F3 F3 o D 0000000000000000 000000ifl 0bIi 0 Save0 You 0 0 0 0 When come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Wa gon Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact Romans Ebcrc you 0 o 0o O g o 0 0 0 0Q 00000000000000 0- O 0 0 0p 0 F p 00 0aooooo D CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May 21 1902 A TENNESSEEAK who has suffered rom an incurable tumor for ten years believes that he will never pet well until the democrats elect a president and the Glasgow Times remarks that he is running subject to the action of the democratic 1 An incident of the State insurance mens meeting at Paducah was the motion to send greetings to the in session in Louisville The papers dont say but we presume the bartenders immediately replied Gen tlemen have one on the house ESTHER DOWIE a student of the University of Chicago died in agony from burns while her father the faith healer prayed at her bedside Tis a pity such cranks as Dowie are per mitted to run at large They work great harm upon the cause of religion FOR some unaccountable reason we did not get a copy of the Henry Coun ty Locals special edition until this week The edition is truly a bird and reflects great credit upon its clev er editor Mr E A Gullion He is party bartenders i one of the best newspaper men in the state and a mighty clever gentleman THE reason the St Louis Exposi tion was postponed one year was doubtless because the Kentucky Leg islature made no appropriation for a Kentucky exhibit If the will wait a thousand years mabe Kentucky will catch up with the procession of progress THE coal miners threaten a strike involving all the mines in the United States This is the hardest class of laborers to please They are never satisfied and when some one invents machinery to do their work they will want to tear up the face of creation The trouble is they have too many leaders who keep up the trouble and at the same time get most of the workingmens wages Walks Without Crutches I was much affected with sciatica writes Ed C Nud lowaville Sedwick Co Kan going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Ballards Snow Lini ment which relieved me I used three 50c bottles It is the greatest lini ment I ever used have recommended it to a number of persons all express as being by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c 50c and 1 at R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m themselves benefited Commissioners We Can Supply Your Every Want I Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock- a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks 6 and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest B WALKER SON Successors to J M Higgimbotham I I j It tttj t tt t t jj Ij1I11 IIIII IIIIIIUII S 3 esT 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 field where we hope to bring in a strong well very shortly We have also just closed a contract to sink a num ber of wells on our property right in the centerof the oil field of Knox county within 60 days Our prop erty there lies on the famous Rich land Creek oil field near and in sight of both the Jones and Wages gushers estimated at twelve 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 to cap it overflowed for seven miles down the creek catch ing fire and destroying machinery trees drift and everything along the creek for seven miles Our property is just hundred allefforts PREACHEKSVILLE Cut worms are playing havoc with the corn Rev W A Dean of the Christian Al liance Association is conducting a ve ry interesting meeting at the Metho dist church with the pastor R II Hobbs which promises to do great goodJ M Cress returned from Rockcas tle county last week with about 20 nice hogs paying about 5ic for the sameJ Thompson bought live hogs from Hugh Sergeant for olc W B Bennett bought a steer from Andy Buchanan for V II Cummins bought a load of corn Saturday for 3 per barrel II C Cummins sold a nice mule for 110Drue Siler is moving back to the house he recently vacated on the place of J C Siler Menifee Elmore and wife attended meeting at Goshen Sunday Rev Win Sprinkles was visiting his sister at Junction City last week F F Cummins wife and mother were shopping in Lancaster Saturday Charlie Spoonamore and wife enter tained several of their relatives Sun day Miss Kate Payne has been vis iting her sister Mrs Jsaylor for a few days J M and Mrs Booth Suttonof Sweeney were visiting their brother and sister Mr and Mrs Mike Kenne dy Saturday J L Kennedy and wife were visiting Mrs Win Tudor and family at Manse last week Mrs George King has returned from Tex as where she has been visiting reIn tivds for some time Joe Hayden of Hiattsville was visiting friends here Sunday STONE There will be singing at Sootts Fork every Sunday evening at three oclockTom Teater sold a combined horse to John Adams for Lum Cobb sold to Jesse Sweeney a nice horse for 65 Jesse Saunders sold some corn at 3 per barrel J II Raney had a nice cow to die last week Mrs George Anderson is improving slowly J N Saunders is visiting his daughter Mrs N B Coy at Kirksville Mrs Bettie Wall and Mrs Nannie Moberley and daughters Myrtle and Liza visited Mrs James Spoonamore at Preachersville from Friday until Sunday Mrs Peachie Grow spent Sunday with Mrs G W Mitchell Mr and Mrs Mat Folger visited Sam Duncan and wife Saturday and Sun day Mrs Emma Posey and Nettie Hunter of McCreary spent last week with Misses Nannie and Duspey East Sam Mofford and family visited Mrs Peachie Grow last Sunday Mrs Mary Ann Saunders visiten her sister Mrs Peachie Grow at Locnst Grove last Friday MANSE Mr and Mrs John Bright and Mas ter Burdett are visiting at Dr Ram seys Mr Horace Herndon and handsome bride of Lancaster were here Sunday Miss Jennie Kava naugh left this week for Virginia where she will visit relatives Miss Mattie Thompson was the guesst of Mrs R L Jennings last week Miss Fanny been with Miss Flor ence Burnside this week The ma ny cases of whooping cough are im provingThe at Manse school house will give a picnic at Cartersville Sat urday May 24th The friends of the school are invited Each guest is ex pected to furnish lunch D oil t Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lin gering 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 One Min ute Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I ever used says J H Bow les Groveton N H I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly 1m r 25 18 Dotyhas 1 d between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just above and im mediately adjoing the Hu that came in last 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 and the Jarvis well is to be devel oped in April and tracts within a few hundred yards chinery placed Not less than 100 other are under contract hi the vicinity so we are 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 weekand Ve adjoiningus severalother asderrickswells producers swell The mercury ran up to 04 here Sun day Some of our farmers who are not done breaking for corn have been com pelled to stop to wait for rain At the annual reorganization of the M E Sunday school here E W Ba ker was reelected Superintendent and Lewis Baker was elected Secretary and TreasurerQuite number from here attended the literary entertainment at Berea Tuesday night and all felt more than paid for their time and trip The Baptist church here has been greatly improved by having shutters put to the windows a nice new carpet on the floor and the wall papered The Church Building Committee met last Saturday and selected a site for the new M E church to be here this year The site selected was donated by Grider Wallace and is a beautiful one The house will stand about 100 yards from the present one and front on the new pike Another meeting of the committee is called for next Saturday at three oclock at which time another important busi ness will be transacted Our neighboring town Berea which for some time in spite of her misfor tune by tire c has been enjoying a very rapid and healthful growthseemi now to be on the verge of an actual boom Money has been donated for the purpose of erecting a tine new church to take the place of the 87000 College chapel which burned a few months ago a large brick yard is be ing made the machinery having al ready arrived a 40000 electric light plant is soon to take the place of the present street lamps nearly all of the money being already in sight while the college library has grown until it now contains 20000 volumes James A Wallace our migratory bachelor who has been in Jessamine couuty for several months is with us again Henry Smith of Indianabut formerly of this place is visiting his Kentucky friends Mr Win McTSew of Orlando was here on business a few days ago Misses Paisons Click and Flannery and Messrs Arthur Yocum and John Atkinson all of Berea were the guests of the family of James A Baker Saturday and Sunday E W Baker is prepared to employ several honest energetic young men for the summer to engage in honora ble work at a good salary None but reliable men with good need apply Call on or address E W Baker Vallaceton Ky FLATWOODS Bob Kennedy sold a mare to Mr Saunders for 50 Isaiah Kelley sold a horse to Bob Kennedy for 45 Frank Gross sold a mare to Web Faulkner for 2750 Wm Coldiron sold a cow and calf to Frank Gross for 25 Hugh and Hattie Rail are rejoicing over a fine democratic boy W HFurr bought J C Fox a span of 3yearold mules for 140 W II Furr sold to Miss Grace Sutton a nice Jersey cow and calf for 35 Leonard Nave willgive a picnic in Lusks woods Saturday All are invi ted to attend- J F Cook has bought a hay press from Ben Lunsford and solicits the patronage of his neighbors and friends There will be Breaching at Lawson Chapel the first Sunday and Sunday night in June by the pastor Rev HobbsThomas Collett and Mrs were married at Pleas Gaines at two oclock Thursday evening by Rev Ira PartonCharley Graves is visiting his par ents and other relatives in Fleming county this week G W is visiting at W H Furrs this week Beauty and Strength Are desirabie You are strong and vigorous when your blood is pure mostwomen fail to prop erly digest their food and so become thin and weak while the brightness freshness and beauty of theskin and complexion depart Rem edy 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 VALLACErrON erected froni Doyle King Manynay palersallow I recommendation other Companies operating in this oil pool have promptly withdrawn their stock sale and we believe we are the only company in this immediate oil who has not done so For the purpose of rais capital stock at par 100 per share in upEvery will got in on the ground floor in the here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of thous ands ol dollars and it will grow to millions during this year are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good for tune development saleTwenty properties Sterling andwe PAINT LICK Richard Ballard is quite sick at this writingReeds circus is billed for this place May 26th W S Fish has been quite sick with stomach trouble Lena infant child of A B Estridge is very low with pneumonia Miss Margaret Sanduskys school will close next Weduesday with a picnic in Mr Bob Guynn woods for the benefit of the patrons and chil drenBe sure and come to see Joshua Blodgett at Paint Lick next Friday evening Comfortable seats for all You cant afford to miss forget the date Friday May 23rd At a meeting of Paint Lick lodge of A 0 U W Monday night nearly all the members were present and some visiting brethren from Rich mond Afte the initiation of candid ates delightful refreshments were served There was a general good time for all and every one seemed to have his share Dr Corlas Fish of Louisville is with his brother W S Fish Miss Mattie Thompson of Lancaster is the guest of her sister Mrs It L Jennings Misses Scottie and Georgie Petty of your town spent Sunday with Mrs Sam Jennings Little Misses Alma Lawson Bruce and Lucile Adams are visiting the family of Smith Miss Ida Tharp of Brodhead is visit ing her cousin Mrs Pattie Engleman Miss Ella Smith who has been attending Smiths Business College Lexington is expected home this week Miss Callie Adanis of Rich mond will spend Sunday with the home folk t Miss Jennie Parks who has been visiting her sister Mrs B G Killgore of Dallas Texas has return ed home after a most delightful visit Mr W G Tudor the accommoda ting clerk of R L Jennings Co has accepted a position with the Langdon Grocery Co at Williamstown Mr Sherman West has accepted a position with R L Jennings Co Miss Let Swearinger ef Richmond is visiting the Misses Ely Joshua Blodgett of lllodgetts Hollor will be in Paint Lick on Friday evening May 23rd for the benefit of the K P and A 0 U W Lodges Miss Katie Richardson who has been trimming for Mrs A B Elys millinery store has returned to her home in Paris Mr and Mrs R Beazley have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Cincinnati and Lexington BllYANTSVILLE There will be a strawberry supper tt the Fork church Friday evening Miss Mittie Dunn closed a very suc cessful school last week at Buena VistaDr Zeagler has returned from a vis it to Texas C C Becker was in Lex ington a few days last weeklIes dames Dr Armstrong and Jack Dunn are in Wihnore attending the Com mencement of Asbury College Mrs Echemroth and little boys spent last week with her father in Harrocls burg Mr and Mrs Ilaselden visited relatives in Danville last week Rev Jackson will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening Rev Garrison will till his regular appointment at the Grove Sunday at 3 oclock Sunday school promptly at two oclock A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys filter the impuri ties from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible Fol 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 1m thisdont J X C C C Nt S Money makes the mare go and make the money go Sciatic Kheumatiain Cured After Fourteen Years of Suflurlnp I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says Josh Edgar of Germantown Cal I was able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything 1 could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was relieved and in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since use this liniment and get well It is for sale by R E McRoberts Drug gist 1m women returnedWhy- not immediately r IN CONCLUSION We guar antee that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock sight can provide expended in the development of Companys prop erty That no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a divi lendpaying basis and has actually least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in divici lids to all the holders of its capital stock If you desire to invest invest NOW We need your money NOW for development purposes We will NOT need it LATER Vhen have brought in the first two wells the stock will be withdrawn from sale entirely We refer to every Hank or business house Garrard county Address all communications to the Secretary X 9 PAIDat JI 1 we e in 9 economically i4 j 4S j The season has arrived for Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS we have ever shown I S s Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store t MIDSUMMER MILLINERY f A T JUKIWe have received this week the most ELAB ORATE line of SUMMER MILLINERY ever be fore shown in this locality Come early before the choice are gone Remember WE are the ATJI on CORRECT STYLES Respectfully NOEL SISTERS Come To Us Correct Styles Handsome Patterns LOW PRICES Our Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations Line of fine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLIE D TILLETT PAINT We have all kinds of Paints for all kinds s of purposes We can supply your Q 2 every want in the Paint line at the lowest prices 0v 5 v v y y y RI8G i ITY f A A m r rmrrmDJ Ea I tirtJ 1 I f I r I 0IEmJrEJ on 0000000 O 0000 iOo 0 t2 2 2 o 2 o obI 0e y 4 S- r FORMand I I1 r jFOCs OG0 O 000Oa00 0 0 0 0 House Paint Wagon Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish 0 0 0 o 0o 0 0 0 0 Carriage Paint Roof Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain o 0 2 0 d We have all the essentials for house cleaning 0 Chamois Sponges White 0 Wash Brushes Amonia Disin o fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison FRISBIES DRUG STORE ej 0 0o 0 g 0 2 0 o 0 0R 1 tIiE fA5fFUTTIN1 llE5n TI1iIMlfM riT I- c1 The Jones Lever Binder cuts and binds whole harvests without a miss The stored power of its patent flywheel makes it cut with ease where others mire or choke down and fall It has many other special features just as interesting Well gladly point them out and show you why it pays to buy Harvesting Machines if youll call They are the latest and most perfect work economizers yet produced Made by men who know the Farmers finished product ofthe finest factories on earth they represent the most advanced ideas in farm machinery You cant afford to waste your energy your time your money with oldtime implements K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson PLANO needsthe f 3 T Budget of Local Gossip A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings of People We All Know Miss Bertha Burnside visited Stan ford Sunday Mr J M Logan is in the city buy ing more goods Mr Edgar Dunn of Danville a visitor here Sunday Mr Jonas Rucker of has been visiting his parents Shelby Tribble spent Saturday with his mother in Richmond Mr R L Davidson spent several days in Richmond the past week Sir Knight W B Mason is attending the Conclave at Versailles Mrs W B Bradshaw left Monday to join her husband in Indiana Mr Thomas of guest of his friend Mr Waller Hudson Mrs Elizabeth Mason is visiting her sister Mrs Scott of Nicholasville Miss Edna Ramsey of Monticello is the guest of Miss Nell Johnston Miss Jane Lusk of Paint Lick is visiting her sister Mrs Lewis L Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead is vis iting Mrs II M Ballou Richmond aye nue Mrs T B Walker and children have been visiting relatives in Nicholas ville Wailer Hudson is at home fromDan ville where he has been attending schoolMrs Powell Duncan of Nicholasville is visiting her daughter Mrs Samuel Haselden Rev J E Wolford has returnad from the Baptist Convention at Ashe vine N C Mr and Mrs Sam Ilaselden have re turned from a visit to relatives in Nicholasville Miss Ann Hill has been spending a week in Danville with her Daisy Collier Misses Bessie Turley and Stella of Richmond are visiting Miss Jennie Guile Miss Willie Belle Burnside one of Re attractive graduates entertained Friday evening Miss Ada Fox of Eaton Ohio is the guest of her sister Mrs Jake Joseph Stanford avenue Mrs J W Miller has returned from visit to her daughter Mrs Robert E Ilnghcs of Louisville Mrs J E Stormes has returned from a visit to friends in Nicholasville Lou Peerless t The only Freezer that I will freeze fruit jj Will freeze Cream in I half the time the White 4 Mountain or any other freezer with one half the ice I The best freezer made For Sale by H M Ballon Son Ford Danvilleis the Walker cousinMiss Adams J Iceland freezer j J t n ti 1 was rf 1 i 2r J i r 11 E it isville and Covington Mrs W K Shugars has returned from a months visit to her father Mr Tanner of McKinney Mrs Belle Withers of Garden City MO son Prof Otto Withers Brand Mrs W B OBanon of Stanford were guests of Mr John K West and family Prof Thomas Hampton of Win chester is visiting his cousin Miss Emma Hood Danville avenue The many friends of Messrs D M Lackey and W A Arnold are glad to know of theirgreat improvement Miss Sallie White of Richmond visited Miss Christine Bradley and at tended the dance Monday evening Miss Marie Joseph one of the popu lar graduates entertained Thursday evening in honor of her classmates Mrs Georgia Lusk who has been in the Infirmary in Louisville has re covered suilicicntly to return home Mrs A R Moore and children left yesterday to spend the summer with relatives in North Middletown Ky Mrs John Lake and children of Terra Haute Ind are guests of her parents Judge Eph Brown and wife Little Willie Jennings of Paint Lick spent the week with her aunt Mrs Lizzie Petty Crab Orchard ave nue Miss Bessie Johnston of Lebanon and Miss Evelyn Kendrick of are the guests of Miss Willie Belle BurnsideMiss Bradley gave a Ping Pong party Friday evening in honor of her guest Miss Emily Chenault of Richmond Squire Sam Johnson wife and chil dren returned home Saturday evening from a visit to relatives and friends in Richmond Mr Marrs the popular clerk at the Glyndon hotel Richmond was here a few days to see his mother Mrs Margaret Marrs Edgar Wilkerson of Stanford is quite ill of rheumatism His many Lancaster friends hope Tubby will soon be restored to health An exceedingly large plug hat bee gum variety of Danville was in Lan caster Sunday Our clever young friend Vernon Richardson accompa nied it The engagement of Miss Trances Collier and Joe E Robinson is announ ced the wedding to take place June 10th at the home of the brides fath er Col D R Collier Lexington Herald Capt Tom El kin Mr Robert Elkin and Mr Win Beazley of Lancaster and Dr Simp son Elide of Atlanta Georgia spent yesterday here Dr and Mrs Simpson Elkin yesterday to their home in Atlanta The visits of this popular and loveable couple are always enjoyed by host of Lancaster friends Danville Advocate Capt M Boone of Somerset is visiting friends here He is interested in the oil business and has property that is destined to make him rich Mrs Mattie Duncan gave a tea Thursday evening to the following guests Dr and Mrs Simpson Elkin of Atlanta Mr and Mrs S C Denny Mrs W 0 Bradley and Prof Tom Hamp ton of Winchester Mrs Dr Amon who recently a serious operation for apendici tis at Norton Infirmary Louisville is very much improved much to the gratification of her many friends Miss Bettie Rives Johnson of Hen deason and Mr Virginius A Bate Louisville will be married June at the Presbyterian church in Hen derson Miss Johnson will be remem bered as the popular and attractive visitor of the family of Mr W B Mason several summers ago A pleasant impromptu dance was given at the Mason hotel Monday evening in honor of visiting young ladies Prof Black furnished fairly good music and those present had good time The young ladies were Misses Sallie White Emily Chenault and Bessie Turley Richmond Evelyn T Hendricks Edna Ramsey Mont cello Ada Fox Eaton Ohio Christine Bradley Altie Marksbury Alberta Anderson Louise Farris Mrs Elkin Mrs J Q J I I Joint S underwent o l Simpson Lancaster I Lexington returne then lot E Stormesr I s Miss Nora Phillips of Stanford is thesruesfcof Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has gone to WestVirginia tospend several months Miss Lillian Warner of McCrcary is visiting Mrs W T West Danville avehue Miss Cora Ward will entertain the 29th of this month in honor of the senior class The young men of the graduating class will entertain next week at the Garrard Hotel The 30th of this month Miss Bessie Batson will be at home to her friends and classmates Miss Ethyle West was the charming hostess Tuesday to her class mates and their ushers Messrs J C and A C Robinson are making a pleasure and business trip through the South and West Mrs George Patterson and little daughter Grace Helen are in Nicho lasville attending the W C T ventionThe of the Graded School will entertain this evening with a re ception at the college in honor of the senior class Mrs Tom Palmer Misses Amanda Anderson and Annie Burk visited Nicholasville end attended the W C T U Convention The following invitations have been issued Mr and Mrs W McC Johnston At Home Tuesday evening May twenthseventh Nineteen hundred and two Miss to 12 R S V P NEWS A Beef Trust investigation has been started at Albany N Y A Kentucky Firemens Association will be organized at Lexington June 5 Argument in the Jim Howard case will be heard by the Court of Appeales June 3 Robert F Baptist a former slave has given 1000 to the Tuskegee Ala InstituteIsaac an Indiana farmer after thirtylive years wedded life sued for divorce alleging cruel treat mentGen Wood is credited with saying yellow fever is not contagious and that there is no danger of a spread of the disease when the patient is from mosquitoes- J Pierpont Morgan is said to have received 172500000 for completing the recent big trust The Kentucky Oil Journal says there are more than 500 companies in producing or boring of oil and that 100 of the 119 counties have made some efforts at the development of their oil resources Andrew Carnegie says he is pay 20000000 for the Philipines provided he is authorized to allow the natives independence A Brooklyn Judge decides a woman may beat her husband once with a without furnishing cause for Mrs Elizabeth Slawson committed at Albany New York from grief over the death of a pet dog Carrie Nation was lined 100 and sentenced to jail for thirty days at To peka She went to prison To commemorate visit of Prince Henry and as a sign of friendship the German Emperor has offered to pre sent to the United States a bronze statue of Frederick the Great who is credited with having been a friend of the United States m revolutionary days Col John F Gaynorand CaptW O Green who forfeited 40000 bond and went to Canada from Savannah their trial there for alleged com plicity in frauds against the kidnaped and out of Quebec by an American and five assistants Husbands come high m New Mrs Julia A Curtis was compelled by law to pay Henry M Wilbert 13500 services of the latter in inducing Curtis new husband to visit her and in thereby bringing about her marriage to him Mrs Curtis had al ready paid a broker 1500 for like services It seems that the lady wanted to marry Four white men and four negroes are dead five white men wounded and a block of property wiped out by fire is the result of a fight between negroes and police in a suburb of At lanta The conflict was brought about by the effort of the police to arrest five negroes who waylaid and assault ed a white man Reports from Martinique say that Mont Pelee has renewed its activity throwing out smoke and ashes Loud detonations are heard and the mhabi tants of Fort de France are panic stricken United States Consul reports that there are ample supplies afloat for the of the volcano sufferers He says that public in the United States should cease at once The question now arises as to what should be done with private subscription which may not be needed- a King Alfonso of Spain was invested with a number of foreign decorations yesterday The ceremonies im posing and Madrid was in holiday ar ray Representative South Trimble has introduced a bill appropriating for the establishment of a flshhatch ing and fishculture station in North central Kentucky Seventh congressio 3 e her Nevteu evening U Con L oJ isolated engineering- and Kentucky willing- to poker Government were detectiveS York- r 1for marrIage sisterMrsCal Burnside- S oaooaaoooopooooo0000oooooaooo C NERRIS osoysodataooiaooooaoaooooaoo divorce the during wants subscriptions were nal district Including the purchase of site construction of building and at a point to be selected by the Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries Blue grass is a great civilizer and beautifier Uninvited it comes and wages an unceasing and war on all forms of weed life It mats the lawn and the roadside with a carpet of velvet dismantles the drained bog of its rushes imbeds the rocks in a border of greenry the babbling brook carpets the steep hillside creeps reverently over the new made grave and softens and beautiges the home of the dead to the first touch of the South wind and the Spring sun and remains green and ever young under the snows of the winter Humblest of all grasses its mission is of untold beneficence to the The EverReady Scissors Thrust Amongst our Exchanges Interesting Gossip from Neighboring Cities A Virginia woman shot her husband because he didnt come home until 1130 in the evening What those male Virginians need is a legislative that will positively prohibit shooting in the city limits previous to m An exchange says that a fellow through flnd a scripture text to justify him m using tobacco and found one passage It is found in the last chapter of Revelation and is in the second sentence or the eleventh verse and well bet some of the old sinners who use tobacco will read that verse within an hour after reading paragraph Hopkiiisville New EraAn exchange is advertising the or ganization of a society for the preven ting of cruelty to vegetables Because think of digging the eyes out of potatoes pulling the ears from corn eating the heads from cabbage pull ing the beards from rye threshing wheat cutting the heart out of a tree spilling the blood ot a beet tearing the skin off a tomato breaking the neck of a squash cutting to pieces the pumpkin scalding the lettuce quar tering the apple seeding the orange and stoning the raisin and many oth outragesA at Stone wrote to Col lector Denton asking that ollicial for license to fish with all kinds of nets He said that he desired to comply with the law and that he absolutely would not go fishing until issued li cense by the Collector of Internal This is probably the same who wrote to President Roosevelt for information as to who struck Patterson or the farmer who wrote to a local merchant asking if he Gras Seed Danville News There is a certain man in this town that has been old enough to die for about SO years but says he doesnt in tend to die because he is sure and cer tain there is no oth r place to go to He says Gabriel would not let him pass should he knock for admittance there and that he knows the Devil would not let him enter his warming place lest he would put the fires out so hes going to remain here on tera firma till the end Hes been the streets of IIarrodsburg with tall walking cane daily for ma ny years and says the streets here are golden enough and the pastures green enough for him and that hes not sleep for fear of any change What a sad and fearful lesson is the old teaching the youth of our It is certainly a case of pause and reflect Harrodsburg Democrat A full grown countryman appar ently twentyfive years of age walked into Wilsons drugstore the other day and approaching Dr Tom Crillis one of the gentlemanly prescriptionists said Say Mister I want to buy love powdershave you got em without waiting for a reply Theres a out in my neighborhood that Im on and I want to make her love me if theres any way to do it Ive heard that there was such a thing as love powders that would make a gal love you and I knowed youd have em if anybody did Dr Callis saw a chance for a joke and assured the fellow that he had the very thing he wanted and that was guaranteed to make the pret tiest girl propose to the homeliest man after the first dose He gave him a mild laxative and the departed in high ling Green Times Journal BOURNE Mrs Lucy A Turner bought a good cow and calf from Jeff Dunn for 35 Miss Fanny Jackson of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Jackson Mrs Ed Owens of Buckeye spent Sunday with Miss Joel Marsee Mrs and Mrs A D Upton of Boyle visited Job Marsee and wife Sunday John and Joe Turner of Hiattsville visited friends day and Saturday and purchased of Bruce Bright of Danville two nice buggies Ben Huffman and sister Dilly attended the fair at Harrods burg Mr James Littrell of Buck eye was midst Saturday on business Mr Ray of Buckeye vis iced his cousin Luther Ray Saturday A womans face is the rose and her tongue is the thorn the rose fades but the thorn continues in buisness at the old stand pondsetc creeping worldEx 2jW a looked to this just citizen had any Mardi climbing I along losing citizen community continued stuck I countryman featherBow here Fri in our andSunday- s 0 relentless borders responds drifting i enactment theBfble Revenue Billy ome k Furniture OUt large and complete stock will enable yon to make selection with which you will be pleased both with quality and price Withers Co Stanford We are making special prices on saddles and harness J R Haselden Wool We will be in the market for See us before you sell II B North cott Banks Hudson If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing ertise your stuff Do no warning you can save cost bV paying before we reach your name Sanders Itrielc Ulawoiii 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 all material work and be firstclass Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids For further information address tf W II Wherritt Lancaster Ky Telephone Stock For Sale 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 dol lars 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 ADVICUTISKD LliTTKIlS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending May 12th 1902 Dary Davis Pattie Elmore Jackson Florid Thomas lice Mrs Maggie Walker If called for say advertised Wm West P M Lancaster Ky Every morning afternoon evening and night you can get bargains at the Racket Store Call at The Racket Store and see their line of lace and dotted Swiss window shades fancy table covers white and blue fringed coun terpane and thousands ofother things too numerous to mention The more a man knows about love the less experience he has had Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to C C J E Stormes 1m The subscribers to the Parsonage fund are requested to pay as soon as possible to W H Kinnaird Treasurer one halt of their subscriptions W II Wherritt Clan B C m 22tf Faith In Iflursecft Cholera Remedy Hog owners and shippers outside of the infected districts have now gained such confidence in Marsces cholera remedy that the presence of the among herds in this county no longer interferes with the trallic to any extent Sold and guaranteed by F P Frisbie Lancaster Ky and W D Marksbury Marcellus Ky It A good horse to drive Let me know court day J Thompson 4i Carpenters and Builders Attention The Building Committee of the Parsonage of the Presbyterian church in Lancaster Ky solicit bids for the completion of the building in accord ance with the plans and specifications Plans and specifications can be seen and any further information had on application to the undersigned Bids will he received up to June 10th 1901 W II Wherritt Ch B C ma223t j The fact that you cant earn a dollar without labor proves that every silver lining has its cloud Hcrliiue Cures Fever A dose will us ually stop a chill a continuance al ways cures Mrs Wm M Stroud Mid lothian Texas May 31 1899 writes We have used IIerbine in our family for eight years and found it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe bilious fever and malaria 50c at R E McRoberts 1m A woman never feels comfortable in masculine garb because it will stay on pinned Stands Like a Stone Wall Between your children and the tor tures of itching and burning eczema scaldhead or other skin diseases How why by using Bucklens Arnica Salve earths greatest healer cure for Ulcers Fever Sores Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises for Piles 25c at R E McKob erts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m When the critics condemn a play curiosity drives the public to see it Now The Time Now isthe time to for Spring cleaning papering c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap and 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 florals We will do work any the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop oraddress Milton Sneed L Furniture anted wool t ad not S had Yard furnish material- to curtains children disease silver andAgue without being Infallible painting whore in 1 Box 65 Lancaster Ky a L C C dividend IS Wanted N Nf Quickest G M s 2203m Who Is Your Tailor Do you need a Spring Suit If so ED Y PRICE CO the leading merchant of Chicago will have their representative call at your place of business THURSDAY MAY 22 19O2 Their Spring Flannels and Unfinished Worsted Novelties are not even equaled by any of their competitors They operate their own shops under one roof employ 450 men work being under the direct supervision of one of the firm We warrant every garment they make to give satisfaction Come in and inspect the GOO patterns Dont forget the date J C Hemphill tailorsthe tailors I Business and Bargains See the fancy hose at Josephs J Ice cream soda at FrfeBtes Lace mits and gloves at Josephs A few select hemp seed for sale R M West tf Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs Dont complain about the weather Frisbies soda fountain is in full blast All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Josephs Buy paint supplies at Frisbies and the best for least drug store Tomato plants for sale Several different varieties Mrs J W Grant New line of7 summer dimmities at Josephs Japalac varnish for furniture and all wood work at Thompson I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey A few fresh dairy cows J C Silcr Lancaster Ky Eggs are high buy International Chicken and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey Your trade will be appreciated at The Racket Store opposite Thomp sons 40000 Ibs wool wanted R A Stone Machine needles and oil at Thompsons 40000 Ibs wool wanted R A Stone Car load iron Good price paid II B Northcott On court day we will sell a lot of furniture beding glass and china ware J C Thompson Trusee Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed them International Stock food Sold by T Currey 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock food sold only by T Currey At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years Our icecream soda water is the best served Call and get a glass Zimmers Hammocks life line 100 to S500 each at Thompsons x Delicious soda water at Zimmers If you want the pure Southern Millet get it at T Curreys Ice for Sale We have contracted for Ice with the Paris Ice Manufacturing and will be able to supply the trade See us before contracting We are now ready to deliver HBNorthcott Mr J T Conns valuable harnes mare fell dead Friday morning from some unknown cause Plants Plants Plants Cabbage Tomato and Potato plants for sale Geo Smith tf Raise Your Own Milk Cows 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 A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Leavels Planing Mill rna15tf We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same H A B Marksbury Son j tit get AU the leading lagazines atFrisbiers j Food o Notice treed U I drugstore money Wanted Wanted German Company If you kvant ta spend your money where you will Jot value for it go to Conns and buy a Buggy Sorry Phea or Harness Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners can get everything needed at Frisbitfs drug store You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancaster All the la test shades J Joseph Wanted 200 old jobs to paint and repair Conns Carriage Shop I offer all my pottlowers 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 We have a few bushels of choice hempseed to sell Marksbury Son Wanted a horse to keep for feed and care The best of care will of same Apply at this ollice 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 Sautlcy and Alverson have secured the best talent in Central Kentucky Tho Graduate 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 lawn white madras and all necessary trimmings with which to complete your outfit and in prices we defy cOIn 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 Come Corns 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 For Rent Front room back room adjoining Rent reasonable Over our store tf T B Walker Son Q B ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store W leG JOHNSTON JOHN JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Ilauip Seed organdywhite SWINEBROAD 1 betaken r r Ii Eczema Psoriasis Salt RKeum Tetter and Acneto that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known diseases The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because of digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken lip by the blood saturating the system with acid and fluids that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin producing an itching and burning and i can cheerfully endorse your and white scabs that drop oil leaving a few bottles of s S S was entire the slaw tender and raw The effect ly relieved Wm Cftinpbell of the poison may cause the skin to 313 W Central St Wichita Kan crack and bleed or give it a scaly fishy appearance again the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red bumps upon the face Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these skin diseases Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring blemishes S S S eradicates all poisonous accumu lations antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates and revitalizes the sluggish organs and the impuri ties pass off through the natural channels and relieve the skin S S S is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier It contains no Arsenic Potash or other mineral Write us about case and our physicians will advise without charge We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases which will be sent free to all who wish it THE SWIFT SPECIF CO G Belong poor poisons indescribable S S s- tIle watery discharge forms as a cure for Eczema I was tloubled into crusts and little brown with 25 years and tried many with no good effects but nfter using vicious our Atlanta yellow sores or it for remedies Of Interest to Farmers Items From Here There and Concerning Stock Crops Etc Fresh Jersey cow and calf for sale W 13 Jarvis The hand is the best hoe for onions There is considerable complaint of damage by cut worms- J C Siler wants some good springer and fresh milk cows malotf Grape vines grow well in all portions of the South and never fail of a good cropTobacco plants arc generally rather scarce but arc now excellent growth McCormack binder Hoosier drill mower and rake All as good as new For sale at a bargain W B Jarvis Horticulturists should by all means protect the birds or they will find themselves overrun with caterpillars- A fairly rich soil not too light is the best for sweet potatoes It should be What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food For them Dr Kings New Life Pills work wonders They tone and regulate the digestive gently expel all poisons from system enrich the blood improve make healthy flesh Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Lots of men remain bachelors simp ly because they can afford to Want Others to Know J 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 Quincy Ill never gripe or dis tress Sure safe pills lui Holds Up A Congressman At the end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris brill hint congressman from overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and speaking I had about utterly collapsed Itseemed that all the 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 Lan caster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m plowed deep and thoroughly pulver Mr Scott Isbell Southville Ky has sold to Bowling Green parties a twoyearold saddle stallion by Dare for 500 Fruit is in bloom and with the of peaches looks quite prom ising Strawberries are in The hatching of chicks should now be pushed with all vigor Late hatch ed chicks are scarcely ever as satisfac tory as those brought out earlier New York State is the first to make an appropriation and provide a con ductor for poultry institutes The in tention is to discuss everything per taming to the business both from the MENTAL AND MORAL The stat of the mother during gestation nItmeet the issue with calm composure And with as little pain as Animals of the lower no side aid to undergo pain less and delivery of i j s cally hampered or by dress Women VI with child unless they make use of the die coveries of art and science that counteract the cftect of dress follies Today in every Istore there is one sold atbottle which excels in virtue and safenesslike remedy to be applied externallyonce a day on theregion of the uterus It is not a forto swallow It is Mothers Friend named because it has never failed to comfort and ease to woman who everUsed it in motherhood ail i Send for our free book Motherhood L TIlE HtADtlCLD REGUATOR CO ATlANTA pA e ce j ae J Everywhere weeding making organs appetite a others II constant organs I ized Chester exception fine condition INFLUENCE o s kingdom reT8t theyare suffer a g onies when by hand 4 I Land hem n They g j J ice to pi standpoint of the farmer and the If a cow is worth 40 which will make six pounds of butter a week one that will make 12 pounds is cheaper at 100 considering feed labor etc Garden vegetables and potatoes are starting out nicely and look quite promising Grass and clover in and meadows are growing Remember that plants bedome in the bearing of fruit and flowers and not only require rest but a tonic in the shape of a good manure Texas Farmer The highest price beef ever sold at in this country was in 1SS2 when on account of Jhe greatdrouth that year corn sold up to 81 cents per bushel Beef and corn go along together for it takes the one to make the ether More than 72000 horses and mules haTe been shipped from Lathrop Mo in tlie last year to the British forces in South Africa At present there are 5000 animals there awaiting ship ment via of New Orleans to Cape Town Those who have cuttings or seeds of choice flowers for which there is no sale will make some one very happy by giving them away instead of throw ing them away Stuck into the ground in some nook they will afford much pleasure Hogs at which they touched in Chicago last week are higher they have been in the month of April since 1884 with the single exception of 1893 The best price paid in April 1891 was SG25 In April 1S9G the top price was 385 The shortage of beef in the carcass at Chicago for the month of April of this year compared with April 1901 is over 65000000 pounds That is a pretty big shortage for one month and facts beat theories in accounting for high priced beef A Minnesota mill recently ground 124G4 barrels of Hour in twentyfour hours the largest run ever made by a Hour mill To haul the product for this one day eightyfive full sized freight cars were noosed and the was valued at 50000 There is great complaint of a scarci ty of tobacco plants in Henry county LOAV HATES L II St L Railway Henderson Route are preparing to do a large excursion business from July 31st to August lath from all points on their line to the tort Owensboro chautatujua Nothing like it has ever come Kentucky For twelve days the very best and most attractive Clmutuu iua features are to be placed m the beautiful Seven Hills Park near Owensboro which Is almost bounded by this popular line of railway Every good Sate has beta catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Gordon Gen Wheeler Dr JIacArthur Gov Bob Taylor II W the Ladles Home Journal Miss Ellen Stone the ransomed missionary Hobson Dr John MacNeil the Scottish econ and scores of others and every day every evening will be given a series of the most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from slight of hand and jugglery to the highest class of popular music and ing pictures Formers and their families will be especially interested in the coming of John 31 Secretary of the National Farmers Congress and overt evening a great pyrotechnic display will be siren by LaRoscs electric fountain two feet larger than the one shown at the Worlds Fair Remember that the Henderson Route the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you full and complete information about the additional features of this assembly through any of their agents or you can write to the Superintendent of the Chamauqua W G Archer Oweiisboo Ky and he will scud you a special booklet containing full infornja don as to camping and living privileges and the complete programme L J IKWIN General Passenger Argent Draws the Line on Jima The following lines were found on foreman case in THE RECORD office The man who drinks the redred wine Can nsver glue his lips to mine man who chews the nasty plug Will in our parlor get no hug Who smokes or drinks or cuts a deck Can never bite us on the neck man who guzzles lager beer Can never never chew my car Drink nothing stronger than red pop v Or in your lap well never flop The man who smokes the cigarette Can never get a squeeze you bet Valley View Argent Located Monday a Lancaster went home to dinner an hour earlier than had been his custom and said to the family servant Can you tell me of my wifes where a abouts The cook hesitated for a moment repliedWell the truth I really believe they are in the wash fancier pastures rapidly exhausted 7 thane product The I Rorer of j Shelby Tribbles b1 So S S Sears Li cut S man band toy tall S S Vinay farajers II I The plants la many beds never came up while in other beds Ihey camo up only killed by insects anti cut worms Complaints ecme in nom many sections Immense acres of cattle range been destroyed by too much crowding and by sheep Sheep in large bunches nip the grass so close and so cut its sod with their hoofs that ifc dies The railways of the northwest havecom bined to find the grass most sui tab e for stock and to this end will divide 30000 acres of land into thirty subdi visions each of which will be planted with a different kind of grass On June 30 InDO there were 3271 121 mules reported in the United States These were scattered the country on 1489913 farms and and ranges This proportion clearly indicates that the farm having more than three mules is above the average In numbers Texas carried tiff the with 507281 head and the little of Rhode Island ended the list with the sum total of 38 According to the census figures issued in 1900 there were 157022 colts foaled in 1889 and in 1899 ten years later there were 231097 foaled showing a considerable increase in the breeding of mules the last ten years As a matter of fact according to the latest figures that we have at hand thenumber of mules in this country during the last ten years has increased something over 34 per cent The Jive States over 200000 head are 507281 Missouri 283519 Tennessee 253 557 Mississippi 214259 and 207321 Millionaire J B Ilaggin of near Lexington sold 500 bushels of shelled corn to the Paris Milling Company at G7 cents per bushel Mr Ilaggun also sold 7000 barrels of corn to Lexington parties at 325 a barrel GeorgeClay ton of Hutchinson sold forty tons of baled hay at 15 a ton W O Butler sold a largo drop of hemp to parties at 540 per hundred Paris Kentuckian The Lexington Democrat Is The Only Hail PapJPubliseed in the Blue Grass Region It is especially devoted to the of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favorSubscription price 500 a yeas or 15 cents a week by carrier W P Walton Editor and Manager LEXINGTON KENTUCKY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and recon structing digestive or gans is the latest discovered ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia and all other results of imperfect digestion FrlceSOe and SI Large size contains 2tf times size Book about dyspepsia mailed rea Prepared E C DeWITT A CO CblcafiO IS h II L to be throughout during reporting Georgia Lexington interests digests b I vii ttttthltiI Los 1111 Sta Tex mall S A NEW FAST TRAIN Between St Louis and Kansas City and OKLAHOMA CITY WICHITA DENISON SHERMAN DALLAS FORT WORTH made np of the finest equipment providedwith electric all modernconveniences It runs via our nowcompleted Red River DivisionE- very known to modern carand has beenIn the makeup of this service including Cafe Observation Carsnnder the management of Fred Harvey Full as to rates and all via this new route win be cheerfully furnished upon application by any sentative 3d 9 Southwest t e tr tttt aat tts ta ta rep 1 Jravn sold Chumburhiins Diarrhoea Remedy for years anti would rather he out of cnf JVc nile sugar than itv 1 srkl live lint yesterday to thrtshers that could jo no farther and they arc at work again this morning II II Phelps Plymouth Oklahoma As will be seen by the above the thresh ers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by R E McRoberts 1m A cunning man is sure to overreach himself sooner or later SIC the Lo e I t lies Mrs Mary A Yliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards hound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine and will do all that is claimed for it and is so pleasant take My little girl wants to take when she has no need for it Bal lards Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments 25c 50c and SI at R E McRoberts 1m The only berry that nourishes G5 days in the year is bribery Like Drowning 3Iun Five years ago a disease the doc tors called dyspepsia tool such hold me that I could scarcely go writes Gco S Marsh well known attorney of Kocona Tex I took quantities of pepsin and other medicinesbut 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 a n y form of stomach trouble 1m A brave man is one who isnt afraid to act as judge at a baby show Wont Follow Advice After Paying For It In a recent article a prominent phy sician says It is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients to carry out any prescrbed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent he has but 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 Ira Many investigation committees arc made up of expert whitewashes IVlioaping Cough A woman who has head 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 berlains Cough 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 It E McRoberts 1m All stainedglass windows look alike to the man who is color blind A Kcvelution If you will make inquiry it will be a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles in form or another If the patient is not beyond medical aid Foleys Kid ney Cure will cure It never disap points C C J E Stormes 1m Human nature is the same the world over but it never shows up well at u free lunch counter What Is Foleys Kidney Answer It is made from a prescrip tion of a leading Chicago physician and one of the most eminent in the country The ingredients are the purest that can buy and are scientifically combined to get their utmost value C C J E Stormes 1m An old bachelor says a man is lucky at cards and unlucky in love if he wins in both instances Reveals A Great Secret It is often asked how such startling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New ores the secret It cuts out the phlegm and germ in fected mucus and lets the lifegiving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed coughworn throat and lungs Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most remedy for all Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and 1 Trial bottles free at McRob erts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Probably the happy medium is the spiritualistic medium who has a knack of acquiring the circulating medium Dangerous irNeglected Burns cuts and other wounds 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 cure I has 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 thesore Cures all skin diseases Piles yield to it at once Beware of counterfeits 1m e oo Cl10lera aria tIe of it al 1 I t nit a after a Remedy 4 Cure Discovery infallible R E often a roll IIor of money 4 s aggravated L a j Ati ubstlitCd Sfciuotf i It is so easy to forget a kindness and to remember a kick Yet con j broiling our recollections U alniost as iinportant a controlling our temper We arc apt to forget completely i bus dred little kindnesses and courtesks which one us and to a single careless slight or thoughtless word Often we hear it said of some wrong or foolish deed I have never thought so well of that man since then ifc was there he his real if a mans real character appeared in one deed to which perhaps he was sorely tempted than in the striving and overcoming of many days and years One of the legends about Gen Washington is that he once amazed his friends by appointing to an and lucrative otlice a member of the Continental Congress who had done much to injure him when he was general in the army Explaining the appointment the President said that the injuries to the general must not be remembered by the President while the long and faithful service which this man had given to his was just the kind of a thing which a President should remember That showed a welltrained memory Let it be part of our Christian endeavor and education to gain a memory as balanced and selfcontrolled Selected The Two Sinner She was a woman worn and thin whom the world condemned at a sin They cast her out of highway and passed her by as they went to pray He was a man and more to blame but the world spared him a breath of shame Beneath his feet he saw her lie but he raised his head and passed her by They were the people who went to pray at the temple of God on the holy day They scorned the woman forgave the man twas this since the world began Time passed on and the woman died on a cross of shamo and was crucified The world was stern and would not yield and they buried her in the potters held The man died too and they buried him in a casket of cloth with a silver brim and said as they turned from the grave away We buried a noble man today Two mortals knocked at heavens face to face to inquire their fate He car ried a passport with an earthly sign but she a pardon from love divine Of ye twixt virtue and vice which think ye entered par adise Not he whom the world had said would win but the woman alone was ushered in Bob Taylor DR ft GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I remember showed characteras separate important country single gatestood who judge I basshurvn fell things or e LL THE WI BEAT St ASAPII HOTEL Stanford Ky Tuesday 3rd GILCI1ER HOTEL Danville Ky Wednesday June 4th Now is the time Dont neglect your best friend YOUIl EYES EYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYES OFFICE nouits 9 am to 5 pm James L Hamilton Successor to S S McGnire DEALER IN- c Monuments andTombstones of all kinds We can furnish you with any kind of stone you desire and guar antee satisfaction J line Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for work now we can make arrange ments whereby you can pay for same on long time and easy pay ments SHOP NEAR DEPOT AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T EWITT TALMAGIS by his Son KEV FltAXK DEWITT TALMAGE and associate editors of Christian Herald Only Look endorsed by family Enormous profit for agents who act quickly OuttS ten cents Write immediately CLARK CO 222 S 4th St riiila 1a Mention this Paver x 42tlt MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOi Consumption Coughs and Cold Than By All Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Colds 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one hundred and thirteen pounds I used your Favorite Prescription and one box S of your Tablets and can now ra do all kinds of work thanks to Drg Pierces medicines Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser paper covers is on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing I only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I F Zt stews the inherent of n work bydaybecome depelld f curing the diseases which cause It workwrites ninetv r 7ftlq desire woman to be t ld regularity ears sentflee TODAY TOMORROWFOREVER you should wear M N Laundry work It looks best It wears longest It is stylish It cannot be excelled by any laundry because the machinery methods and labor are the highest grade can procure A trial package will con wince you M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentickv y S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Unite in Bnildlnsr Danville street ojpoIte Presbyterian church r FOR WE ti WCMtN the Bookout money iERcrIH i 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