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R 1 F i NTDRAM Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail ratter NUMBER y KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 29 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tJ 0 0 TlrIRTEETII YEfR LOUIS LANCASTER fvr- P 4 T A H H f I i CARPETS and MATTINGS f et i You should see our line of i Carpets Mattngs and Rugs before you buy 0 I 0 L t THE LOGAN DRYGOODS CO 4 Of Local Interest Monday was a decidedly tame court day Saturday nights storm played havoc at the telephone exchange burning out over two hundred phones Now some are whining too much rain Dry up If it wasnt raining you would be kicking about the dust The colored G A R post decorated the graves of departed comrades The local post has a large An exchange says We now have the horseless carriage the noiseless gun and the wireless telegraph All we now need is an acheless cucumber to prepare us for the millennium Big lujiiu Drcfcses Up Mr S D Eothwell Lancasters new chief of police has come out in a handsome uniform The Big Injun stands six feet four inches and is as straight as an arrow He is keeping good order too for which the people are thankful Help Scarce Since the weather turned warm it is almost impossible to get cooks and servants They object to working during the winter and its only and suffering that makes them hire out A number of families are thinking seriously of importing white help Will Oppose Judge Saufloy It has been telegraphed out from Danville that lIon Robert Harding would be a candidate for circuit judge of this district in opposition to Judge M C Saufley Both gentlemen have a strong following in Garrard and itvill be a case of boss over here Big Fair at Crab Orchard Great preparations are being made for a big fair at Crab Orchard and it is going to be a hummer is an Assured fact Splendid grounds are at and the most liberal premiums be given A tremendous crowd be on hand and a big time is as ured he banks will close Friday and wash day a holiday and re iiuire these places to close The banks bother printing offices much closing the post office few Is a nuisance that should be bated I t d 0 i membership necessity hors and hat and ill aking put e D a oc Sunday I ill paPfont every r weeks 1 a i A vaJuable Jersey cow belonging to Judge died Monday from some unknown cause lie had been offered a fancy price for her Cheap Hale Sunday The L and N will nake another S150 rate to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Lancaster at 244 a m peaches Cincinnati at 730 Returning the city at 730 p m get to Lancaster at midnight The Zoo baseball and many other attractions are now in full blast IVon at NlcholusvIIle The Demorest medal was won by Miss Mae Robinson a Garrard county girl at Nicholas vi lie last week The da Anderson who has charge of this branch of the W C T U work is very successful each year Machinery Shipped One of the Councilmen tells TilE BECOKD the machinejy for drilling the artesian well has been shipped and will soon be here Its high tim it was and work the water works The people want this system and some kicking will be heard if the fellow with the machine dont get to work pretty soon Tickets for Contest Mr J M Alverson one of the mana gersof the contest to be held in Stan ford on evening of June 18 was here Monday and made arrangements with Mr Sauiley Hughes to sell reserved seat tickets to those of our people wishing them This will save much trouble and if you want to be sure of seat see Mr Hughes at once Will be Enjoyable The Ladies Aid Society has decided on a new and unique entertainment for the benefit of its building fund Itwill be a contest for vocal soloists and is to be held in the Garrard Ope ra House Good singers from several adjoining towns will take part and Gibson pictures shown between the Teachers Selected The trustees of the Graded teachers last week to fill the several vacancies The new princi pal is Prof J E Mannix of Milan Tenn We understand he has a splen did of testimonials and lotions both teacher and tleman The other new ones are Proto IIoward Sullivan ofDanville and Miss Amanda Anderson of Lancaster Prof Sullivan takes the place filled by Prof Todd Who retires ool eu Iritl1phill enjoyed commencedon later lot a k Selected reeom asa Zees men a the Use WorryliiK With cattle and hogs at war prices old hens bringing turkey prices and eggs so high that evory time a hen cackles it means a cent and a quarter the Winchester Democrat says there is no sense in a farmer fretting him self to death over a few cut worms Some In Lancaster Too The Cynthiana Democrat says The he shirtwaist has a companion this spring in the she neckcloth that winds around the jugular and falls long broad flaps over the manly bos 4 om A he shirtwaist and a she neckcloth on a dandy in jeans trous ers and muddy shoes is combination 1 just too cute for anything You T meet It inCynthiana Court Day A good crowd came in Monday and business was fairly good were 250 cattle on the market 100 of which were sold The prevailing price for steers was 4 to 5cts some heifers sold at 3 to 3c A few cows brought 25 to 35 The old plug horse was on hand but as usual went for a song There was little its iiuivfiii Sure l A good old brother came up to raise a racket because we wrote the name of another preacher than the one who preached the baccalaureate sermon If any of our readers have lost nore than ten nights sleep worrying over who preached that sermon or if any care two staws whether one was 4 preached or not we will give a column it of explanation of the error Itliicli Kalii and Several severe wind and electrical storms have occured in the last two weeks doing damage to timber and growing crops The wind was very high several times causing the knees of the nervous to rattle Rain was badly needed however and very little complaint was made by those who know better how to run the world than He who is at the helm The Usst of the Season The Contest at Stanford on night of June 18 will be far ahead of any ever held in this vicinity None but the best speakers will be heard and a tremendous crowd will attend See Sauiley Hughes at once and secure a a seat Lancaster will be represented by Miss Jessie Doty her subject being Archie Dean and the Garrard county people should go over and ap plaud for her tf TivonHi lie The Thing If the Fiscal court wants to do a good turn they can order the county Jail painted and striped Its one of the best buildings in town but has become decidedly rusty in appearance A few dollars spent in paint would not only protect the building but be great help to its appearance Jim Hamilton says if the court will do this he will have the bald spot on Dave Ross head painted to match A gang of loafing coons can be seen on the streets most any day Its im possible to get them to work at any price The white people are to blame for this to a certain extent for when to one gets sick they send him all he ran eat and look after him in cold weather doing everything for his relief and comfort If Mr Coon was left to hus tie for himself at all seasons he would work and lay up something for a rainy day old Flattering Prospects TilE RECOKD printed the tus circular letters etc for the Garrard County Oil and Min is ing Co and if you think work done at home is not good enough just ask one of the company what they think of their job This company is as sta ted in last issue going to devote most of its energies to prospecting in Gar rard county and will begin operations in a few days They have desirable lands and oil men say the prospects are very flattering Raising When a poison is so thoughtless as to misbehave in the house of God it is not evidence of lack of brains as said but is positive proof of lack of training at home When the barrel stave is properly applied the one re ceiving the timber is not likely to for get it The conduct at one of the churches Sunday for sever al Sunday nights recently was dis graceful Dont blame the one talking and giggling but put the blame where it properly belongs on careless par ents More Improvements The trustees have had much more work done this Spring ing the most important of which Is the be placing of screenings upon the drive ways This makes an excellent road and looks well also The lot owners should now see that their lots are put in condition and go out and look af theter them Some lots have not been touched in years and they belong to ing people whose names you would be sur prised to pear too Mr Henry tho Sexton will small fee look after be your lot and keep In proper condir theLion in ter of hats t f t f i f t i drunkenness tt Coons letter heads Had tar nightand at it i t Thereabout Storming ogling pros form pee mit to tl01 will A ust A is that all sever goods have a city and fort was This five Honors for Newspaper lUau At a recent election Capt E W Lillard the clever editor of the Dan ville News was made a Major in the Second Regiment State Guards Per us to salute you Major Fire at Stanford The Stanford graded school building burned Monday night There seems be no doubt that the fire was the work of incendiaries The loss is about 4500 An election to decide whether for 12000 to provide for new buildings will be issued is to be held there Saturday Vote on Local Option the required number of names was filed asking that a vote in district 3 Buck as to the sale of liquor therein At present the precinct is dry and a hot fight will be made by both sides of the question lunch Damage Front Worms We learn that great damage has been done in the North end of the county by the cut worms Messrs Geo T HigginbotliamFred Yeager and many other prominent farmers of that lost many acres of hemp ana other growing crops from the pests Gilberts Announcement In another column of THE KECOUD be found the announcement of Hon G G Gilbert for congress Mr Gilbert is well known in Garrard and has many warm friends who will look after his fences in this neck o the woods lIe writes he has returned to Washington to attend to some matters but will be back in the district shortly to make his canvass primary has been ordered for Aug 9th to make the nomination Youve Heard This Before Kansas paper in mentioning the marriage of two popular young people concluded with this The young took the morning train for SfcLou where they will spend more money in a few days than Willie can earn in three months The groom gets a of 27 a month which is about the allowance Anna has been used to for pin money We wish for Willies sake the old saying that it takes no more to support two than one wasnt Papers Easy to Start Necessity forces the truth out of us A young man bought a country newspaper not many months ago and wound up his first editorial with this proud statement I would rather be the editor of a good country newspa per enjoy its privileges and its part the affairs of the community the State and the Nation than to be the president of the Standard Oil Co Last week in bold type at the head of the editorial column was found the following This paper for sale Will sell for cash or exchange for a Kansas farm or an interest in a good business A Nuisance and Dangerous The custom of leaving wagons etc standing on the streets and sidewalks at night seems have come to stay THE RECORD has frequently called attention of the Council to this but the practice has been stopped Just such care lossless and lack of attention as this recently cost the taxpayers of several hundred dollars An farm has its permanent abode alongside the Park fence while boxes farm machinery etc full authority to take up all the sidewalk In every other town there law against obstructing the but there seems to be none here District W C T U The meeting of the above at icholasville last week was one of the most enjoyable and in its history Those who went here are loud in praise of the way the Nicholasville people entertained them and say they will never forget the many kindnesses shown Mrs May R Patteasonof this was unanimously reelected as fc president an honor most worthily r The next meeting will SI in Perryville The other officers elected were Mrs Carrington Nicho lasville vicepresident Miss Ida May Z Adams Mt Vernon recording secre Mrs Pickett Wilmore secretary Mrs Maud Embry SI Berea treasurer Good News for Taxpayers yMessrs R II Tomlinson A R Denny Thos Austin who went toFrank last week to appear before the Si State Board of Equalization did splendid work and succeeded In haw the rate fixed near what It should E Last year the rate of taxation raised in this county eight cents SI together with another raise of SZ cents more this year made the 5E raise 13c The gentlemen explained g case to the state officials and af much argument succeeded in hav the rate reduced so that the glraise will only be 3c making the rate In Garrard 103 This work will 5lappreciated by the tax payers and gentlemen should be given a vote thanks inbonds tanbe- taken G Cut section lUre important people salary tic hucksters machinery- old Lancaster wabon highway organization hospitable bestowed beheld corresponding en- tIre from reefer eyed profitable i r F s f No More Colored Supplements The post otlice authorites at have completely shut out the country papers from sending colored or illustrated supplements deciding that the ones recently sent out by this office are not entitled to the pound rate given newspapers thus making the expense of mailing too great to justify the country publisher in giving his customers a little extra reading matter of that kind The supplement used by the country pap ers were of the same character as is sent out by the Sunday daily papers and this discrimination against the country publisher is decidedly fishy to say the least Our supplements were properly prepared name of TIlE RECORD date place of pub lication etc but the highmucka muck says we cant send any more and as they have the last say that settles it If the publishers were to get their congressman to look into the matter some hides could be made to smoke we suspect Was Beloved by AH No man was more beloved by Lin caster people than Dr J L McKee of whose death appears elsewhere in this issue He was born and in Lancaster but lived in Danville for many years Dr McKee was a Christian gentleman one of that old type who believed in living up to the letter of Gods law in everything He was one of the oldtimers who took no stock in what we may call mouse track religion and had little with the hobbies of some preachers of today He was one of the most tenderhearted men we ever knew lie seemed to be always watching for a chance to du a good turn fellowman He was not possessed of much of this worlds goods but had it been in his power he would cheerfully assisted every friend or we can safely say even every ac quaintance who was in need He was an unusually energetic man devoting all the time he had at home to study He has done much work in Lancaster for the cause of his Master and as stated above the people here all loved and adored him They were so well acquainted with his many sterling traits of character that it is folly for an humble writer like this to attempt to sing his many praises There was laid up for him a crown in Heaven and he has gone to his great reward leaving absolutely nothing that would cause the slightest censure from the most critical of men Would to God we had more men like him here on earth r Washington bearing notice reared U patience prominent his certainly behind j r for a of H J to Notice to Veterans All ExConfederates are requested to meet at R H Tomlinsons office in Lancaster Saturday Juue 7th at 230 p m Some important matters of interest to all will be acted upon By order of Commander D F Logan Camp lion R C Warren Withdraws When I entered the race for the Congressional nomination Messrs and Carter were candidates with Col Dan Moore mentioned by his friends as a probable entry in the race A primary election has now been for the 6th of August next a method of settlement the fairest in making party nominations but the expense of holding the primary election with only two candidates to bear that expense makes the cost too great for me For this reason and this reason only I retire from this contest I am profoundly grateful to my friends throughout the district for their very warm and hearty assurances of support and my unproken allegi ance to my party and its organization in the past is given as a hostage for the future Respectfully R C WAISREX Its A Belle Sure When Capt W J Kinnaird from Mexico last week he brought number of relics obtained while in that country He went over many of the battle grounds where the and Mexicans fought some fifty five years ago One point of interest was Bishops Palace Here a fight was had and the walls are tilled with bullets fired by the Capt Kinnaird dug out several the missies and brought them home came up to show them to Capt F White the old Mexican veteran typo of this office Before looking at them the captain said Now Willie just before that tight began I took my pocket knife and cut my initials on every bullet I had Do you one of those you have could bear that mark The balls were each one carefully inspected when the great astonishment of all there was one bearing the initials F JW The letters were battered out in butrwere still legible Kinnaird told which side of the building they were taken from and it proved to be the same on which the veteran was fighting during the famous battle Capt White says that while he is not blessed with much of this worlds goods yet no amount of money out of sight Ie Gilbert ordered returned Americans desperate Americans produced places typographer Lit 21i all e suppose ttti Tongue or TOUlIeless t CULTIVATOR t f 1 Our Price t ttGuaranteed to ffIfccf Only at left Come t t- J R Ir t F 9 9 iceg Satisfactions itt y now ass en kJABEAZLEYCOj FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most Complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low R L Davidson Attorney AtLav insurance policies bought for or loaned on for sums of 500 upward ttt Z Slmnnnnr oTrBTrBTroTToTroTnro zr ONE HUNDRED PAIRS OF I LADIES AND MISSES OXFORDS IN ODDS AND ENDS THAT I WILL T CLOSE OUT LESS THAN MANUFAC TUERS COST COME EARLY AND I GET FIRST CHOICE The One Price Clothier and Furnisher Logan ggaf 9 1 t gRJULgJ fOtOOffePOOOQQOffooqq j JLfLggT Y T J M fftAMAff 2 mm ooooo OOOOO OOOO OO OOO ooooooooo o ooooo C 3I 3 3 i 1 I 3 S J 0 Ijilt O r 1 1J 1 H 3 J iSL3aOSU Par Value of Shares 00 A XTT vice president Full Paid and NonAssessable r 0 c f i eT kaL ot r ltGi er v 4 to SOl1hEas1erc Een1tokyOils d ss yt Lou J Craig president eo Palmer C Walker treasurer J W Aleorn W lIcC Johnston secretary 7 4- r L ii711ZI Gf ar Jis1bi Sr7iaYaml il mac g OFFICERS D counsel 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 every where Experts have pronounced it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields of New York Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel oil only The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be dti li cated many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques tion is who shall reap this harvest cream of the oil property in this AI I oilmen I companyhas 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 Menefeejoil fields eight months ago until then not even suspected of being there but now containing over thirty wells all strong pro ducers stamps him the foremost in Kentucky Oil Development For every dollar then invested there on the ground floor on his judge ment he now shows 1000 in oil already produced from which all feel assured investors in our com are protected as far as human foresight and wisdom can provide in oil and operations OUR act ing promptly our company has se PROPERTIESBy r i 00000000 000000 3- mI We Can Save Money For Yon 8 tli b 0 C 0000000 a0 0Q o 0 00 When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of 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 I Elniore 0 Q 0 0 0 0 Bamll i mHilJmJilffiii J o p 0 0 0 El 0 l0 0 El 0ElWa- gon El 0 oA0 0 0 El 0 0a0 0 friX00000000000000000000000- I CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky May 29 1902 THE Jessamine Journal has found a man who should be placed on exhi bition as one of the great curiosities of the day In a recent issue of that good paper a mistake was made whereby the name of a young lady was put in the wrong to that effect Instead of the usual kick wanting to kill editor in the state and going for berlood the gentleman in ques tion sale when the matter was ex piained to him Well we all make mistakes and I am willing to make due allowance forjthis one Now that man is a gentleman and has a head full of good sound sense Most peo pIe think newspaper men should nev er make a mistake and when some little error occurs want to show their coat tail and generally do If was as well balanced as this there would be little trouble in the world IN nearly every pulpit has been said relative to the disaster While the opinions of the preachers differed as to the cause of the terrible catastrophe which swept 40000 people into premature gravesit was the general opinion that the disaster brought out National generosity as its greatest lesson illus trated by the stream of pity that has leaped out of the hearts of the people and the wealth which had been The more orthodox looked upon the event as a warning for the unprepared while others were emphatic in the statement that the bursting of the volcano was an acci dent in nature and not a token of di vine wrath Each person can judge for himself as to its cause but there are so many appalling accidents of nature lately that most people importance of mending their ways WHILE charity of purse relieves much distress the lack of charity of opinion causes much more remarks an exchange This may be true but if the writer will inform us where ei ther is kept on tap wewill get a pair apothecarys scales and weigh out to him fourfifths of all that can be Two pews in a Washington church were rented recently for 1600 and 2750 each The renters doubtless paid the price in order tobe paraded before men as liberal hearted Chris J columnor something rais- Ing every I r everyone gentleman n MartI- nique offered preachers somet i seethe obtained tians The recording angel didnt waste ink in crediting that deed Theres more genuine soulsaving on one back woods homemade bench out here in the brush than is in all the highfalutin high priced city churches this side of king dom come IT seems that our good friend Col will not have a walkover for the nomination as Railroad in this district As has been frequently stated in these columns and as every man knows Col Walton has dqpe more work for his party than any newspaper man in the district and how any democrat can have the face to oppose him is hard to under stand If such labor as his is to go unrewarded then its time for all the wheelhorses to take in their horns EDITOR ALLEN announces that his Cynthiana Democrat will henceforth be set solid We have never known the Democrat or its clever editor ei therto be anything else but solid and that in every particular too SOME kind friend in New York sends us a copy of the Financial World a journal devoted to Shipping and Real Estate We like a joke but this is carrying the thing a little too far ONE of the leading magazines pub lishes an article entitled How the Skipper Found his Wife With cheese at its present qualityand high price its no trouble for the wife to find the skipper Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years or Suffering 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 I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and get well It is for sale by R EMcRoberts Drug gist 1m Polite manners and being of others are two of the brightest stars in the sky of every young man Save the Loved Ones Mrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards Hore hound Syrup is superior4o any other cough medicine and will do that is claimed for it and it is so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she has no need for it Bal lards Horehound Syrup is the great all pulmonary ailments 25c 50c and 1 at R E McRoberts 1m J religion WP Walton Commissioner Finance contained 4S thoughtful alb cure for s cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields in the State We are now drilling in the splendid BathMenefee field where tve hope to bring in a strong well very shortly We have also just closed a contract to sink a num ber of wells on our property right in the centerjof the oil field of Knox within 60 days Our prop erty there lies on the famous Rich land Creek oil field near and in sight of both the Jones and Wages gushers estimated at twelve hun dred barrels each per day When the Wages gusher came in on Christmas day it was beyong con trol for three days and in spite of all efforts to cap it overflowed for seven miles down the creek catch ing fire and destroying the drilling machinery trees drift and everything along the creek for seven miles Our property is just county between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just above and im mediately adjoing the Hutchings well that came in last where four wells are now under contract We are just below and in sight of the famous Jarvis well regarded as one of the very best in the Field The property adjoining us above and just between us and and the Jarvis well is to be devel oped in April and several other tracts within a few hundred yards of us are to be drilled as soon as derricks can be erected and ma chinery placed Not less than 100 other wells are under contract in the vicinity so we are entirely sur runded by this development and ducers on the four sides ofus which absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and weekand splendid Death of Dr John Lapsley McKee l I Danville News Dr John McKee eminently distinguished by a long life time of work in the Presby terian ministry and the educational field died last Friday morning after a severe illness beginning last Monday the 19th Dr McKee was born in Lancaster on Feb 17 1827 where he continued to reside during the period ofchild hood and youth He received his education in Centre College graduating with the class of 1849 and afterwards attended the Princeton Theological Seminary and alsothe Danville Theological completing his course in 1855 Dur ing the latter two years he was also the principal of the Centre College preparatory In 1856 Dr McKee was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry by the Presbytery of Transylvania and entered upon his work in the churches at Columbia and Ebenezer Ky with which he was connected un til 1859 He also spent a portion of this year in Keokuk Iowa where charge of a church but during the same year returned to Kentucky and took charge of the Chesnut Street church in Louisville now the Warren Memorial with which he was connect ed in a pastoral capacity until 1870 During the following two years Dr McKee was pastor of the Pewee church anti returned to Danville to take charge of the Second church and assume the duties of of Centre College to which he had been elected in 1872 He carried on his pastoral and educational work jointly for several years but finally retired from the active miris try to devote his entire time to and evangelistic work Dr McKees greatest service toCen tre College was performed in 1873 when the institution lost about one third of its endowment fund in the Falls City Tobacco Bank robbery at Louisville The institution was so crippled that it was impossible to con tinue on the former basis without ad ditional funds Through the efforts of Dr McKee the sum of 130000 was subscribed to the endowmentof which about 100000 was paid in Later a of the amount lost in the was also recovered In 1897 Dr McKee retired from ac tive educational work after having been connected with the college for a period of twentyfive years On his retirement he was elected Vice Emeritus which title he held at deathFollowing his retirement from work DrMcKee was Evangelist at large by the Presbytery and had charge of churches at Harrodburg Lebanon and Lancaster He resigned the last charge only a few months ago Dr McKee was of Scotch Irish coming of an ancestry that built up and contributed very largely to the Presbyterian church in America His interest in education was very deep and through his assist ance many young who otherwise would have been deprived of that enabled to complete a college course Dr McKee and Judge y Seminary Valley Presbyterian VicePresident educational portion robbery haS men f h Chad President educational appointed Transylvania named extraction advantage were Munger of Ohio were the founders of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity in Cen tre College which was instituted in 1848 and still continues Dr McKee work was of the character that and will continue to grow and benefit others after his earthly life is ended Dr McKee is survived by his who was Miss Speake Rev Saml McKee of West Salem Wis Rev James L McKee of Kansas City Miss Leila McKee President of Oxford 0 Female College and R G McKee of Danville The funeral was held from the Presbyterian church Saturday at 2 oclock the services pre sided over by Dr Ramsey He was assisted by President W C Roberts Dr Goodloe of North Vernon Ind Dr Rout of Versailles and Dr Hub bard of New York At a meeting of the officers of the Presbyterian church in Lancaster to note the death of Dr J L McKee at his home in Danville Ky it was Resolved that we recognize the hand of God in translating this man of God from his sphere of useful labor on earth to that of eternal blessedness in Heaven and that while we numbly bow in submission to HiD who doeth all things well we deeply mourn the loss of our dear friend wise counsellor and exemplar of Car holy religion and most devoted of our church That we hereby extend to his be reaved family our tenderest in tills hour of affliction and commend them in our earnest prayers to the tender care of Him who has promised to be a husband of the widow and a father of the fatherless and That this official action be spread upon a page of our records and a copy sent to the family Dont 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 Groyeton N II I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly 1m It it the facts that are published in newspapers that often hurt the most Dangerous If Neglected Burns cuts and other wounds often fail to heal properly if neglected and become troublesome sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve prevents such Even where delay has the injury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure I had a running sore on my leg thirty years says H C Hartly Kankeetown Ind After using many remedies I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes healed thesore Cures all skin diseases Piles yield to it at once Beware of counterfeits 1m I endures widow Second afternoon Mend Sympathy r l f Bowes consequences aggravated 4i other Companies operating in this oil pool have promptly withdrawn their stock from sale and we we are the only company iu this immediate oil field who has not done so For the purpose of funds for immediate develop ment including tanks and line our ccmpany now offers for sale Twenty Thousand Shares of its capital stock at par per share in amounts from one share up Every purchaser of stock will got in on the ground floor in the Stickford Sunny Brook Mt Ster ling and several other companies here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of ol 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 raising pipe I oo properties thousands fortune believe M DIIuglicM Remembers Ills Old Friends by ail Interesting Communication From the j Far West LIND Wash May 13 02 To Editor of THE RECORD Please allow me to send a letter to my friends through your columns i want to refer generally to the great Northwest and the steady march of civilization to this country which is destined through its vast resources to become the most populous and power ful section of our nation The teem ing millions of the east will ultimate ly find a home in the fertile fields of the west Emigrants are already clot ting the rich plains with magnificent cities enterprise is the trend of the advancing thousands and soon this country will vie with the east in the acquisition of capital and everything that exaults and embellishes civilized r life We left Kentucky on the 5th inst and arrived here on the morning of the 9th having traveled twentyfour r hundred miles through a country which reveals the wisdom of God in the distribution of favors Kentucky Indiana Illinois Wisconsin l and Dakota are rich in agricultural resources while Montana and Idaho are rich in mineral products and Washington is rich in both f We were not wearied much during the long journey the varied scenery constantly attracting our attention The plains of Dakota beginning at Fargo appear as limitless as Gods eternal space I informed that one field in that state furnished all the wheat that was shipped to Eng land in one year Tell Bob Tomlinson that his land in that section will make him rich The scenery in Mon tana is sublime and enchanting be yond description From fertile val leys we were lifted to an elevation of 8000 feet above the sea level among the snowcapped mountains of the Rockies which lift their heads above the clouds and present a strong con trast between the white and the beau tiful green Beautiful lakes winding rivers attractive resorts the chief Of which is Yellow Stone Park all con spire to make the route take us the most desirable I wouid advise all Kentuckians who tome west to take L N to Louisville the Monjon route to Chicago the Chicago nd Northwestern to St Paul and the Northern Pacific to Washington This is the most available the cheap est and most desirable route These roads furnish the very best accommo dations the officials tire courteousand they have reached the acme of rail road service iu every appointment Tell our oil companies that this country does not claim an abundance of that commodity but plenty of gold and silver and forty bushels of wheat to the acre Tell Swartz Bishop that I have not seen a coyote a lynx a deer or a bear as they are disappear ing before the magic touch of enlight enment but 1 have seen a few of his red friends a herd of buffalo some Japs and Chinamen though sion bill will prevent the further im migration of the latter Mr Noland and May are doing and have a beautiful home in which Robert is the center of attraction and the hand somest boy beheld Lind is growing radidly in population having increased GOO in the last few months It is situated in a great wheat belt has a fine school four churches num bet of splendid business houses and will have water works in a short time as they are digging the trenches for the pipes now Samuel T has four thousand acres in wheat and last year averaged thirtyfive bushels per acre and received fiftyfour cents bushel The peculiarity of the soil is that it is of a light volcanic ash as fine as flour and can be farmed at onefourth of the cost of farming in the middle states Very truly M D Hughes 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 the system enrich the blood improve make healthy flesh Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Lick im I LETTER Judge I was l by tb I theexclu nicely ourgrandson weever Thomas per t organs appetite Paint I so I I TEItEST1NG Minnesota I C Jr 1 IN 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 in the development of Companys That no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a dive dendpaving basis and has actually PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in divid nds to all the holders of its capital stock If you desire to invest invest NOW We need your money NOW for development purposes We will it LATER When we have brought in the first two wells the stock will be withdrawn from sale entirely We refer to every Rank or business house Garrard county Address all communications to the Secretary i 66 jexpend d X p tNOTneed V 1l in g property I r 1 The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering j t Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc 1 I u1I huge of r S PAPERS I In have ever shown Il HaWALLmich j t i f p jj s f 9 0 0 0 1 4 1 j s I g 0 x 0 9 Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store Come To Us iiiikuauiiiC a n d LOW PR I E S Our Stock is Complete and Creations Line of fine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLIE D j O S Oi Oj PAINT We have all kinds of Paintsforall kinds of purposes We can supply your every want in the Paint line at the very lowest prices possible House Paint Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish Carriage Paint Roof Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain We have all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison FRISBIES DRUG STORE 4 4 E C 0 I ill 711 rrtU r cJ rrtUJ rrs I rrtJ rnfiJ ipJ SiiJ FOR Correct Styles Patterns IiID rrtUfi IR rn 0r0 ror to1 1ro 0 O o 2 0 2 2 0 0 Wagon 0 0 0 00 0- v 0 O 4o Latest T ILLS 1 T 1 000000000000 oooooco o 000 a 0 0 p O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0o 0 0 00 o a l0 M 0V 0 0 t 2 0 0 0 0 0 s O OOC OC O O Ot Ov Ot C C 2 g 2 I I I I C ri u Ei fj1f f1 R L tl 1115IN TUEiMPIIMiNiAtd fir 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 PLANO Harvesting Machines if youll call They are the latest and most perfect work economizers yet produced Made by men who know the Farmers needs the 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 old time implements K F POSTLE Successor to T C Robinson MIDSUMMER MILLINERY A T We have received this week the most line of SUMMER MILLINERY ever shown in this locality Come early before the goneRemember the AUTHORITY on CORRECT STYLES Respectfully OOIEr lID ELA BORATE before NOEL SISTERS 4 4 i Budget of Local Gossip A Brief Mention of the Comings ind Goings of People We All Know Miss Magee of Livingston is friends here A II Rice of Nashville has joined his wife for a visit here Miss Sallie Lou flyers is visiting her sister Miss Hallie Myers Mr Shelby Tribble and Miss Louise Farris visited Crab Orchard Sunday Mrs George Lane and Mr R Hack Icy have been visiting Mrs J I Hamil tonDr Morris Doores of Crab Orchard was visiting his brother Mr James 32 Doores Miss Nora Sanders of Buckeye is the guest of Miss Pearl Ross Stanford Dr John South of Frankfort has been the guest of Miss Christine BradleyMesdames Ben Slavin Nannie Jones and daughter Eliza accompanied by Eb Slavin of Danville attended the commencement exercises Mr and Mrs I C James of Harrods burg and Mrs Tennie Sharp of visited the family of Mr II A B Marksbury Monday Mrs W 0 Bradley Mrs Juliet Rog ers Miss Jennie Duncan Mr John Duncan Capt Hcrndon and Rev M Chumbley attended the funeral of Dr Lapslcy McKee at Danville Sat urdayMr Will Dunlap will arrive this week from Alaska lIe has been ab sent several years serving in the Kith U S regulars His many friends will be glad to see him home again Nicholasville Journal Miss Bessie Bolton of Lancaster is visiting Miss Katie Orpbell Mrs J E of Lancaster visited Mrs W J Wil more the first of the week Mrs Elizabeth Mason of Lancaster been visiting her sister Mrs Hannah f Peerless I The only Freezer that T 4 will freeze fruit IT Will freeze Cream in I half the time the White f t Mountain or any other j T freezer with one half 4- I V theY 4 t The best freezer made L For Sale by ti H H Ballon Son I visiting Iceland freezer ice t I r j avenue r t V Nashville j r L f StoriesI 1 hast I r r F r Scott Camp Nelson Miss Lou Grant is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Annie Perkins has been the guest of Miss Elsie Palmer Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden arc visiting relatives in Barbourville Miss Leverne Bruce of Louisville is visiting her father Rev J L Bruce Miss Gertrude was with Miss Jessie Doty during commencement Misses Stella Adams and Bessie Tur Icy have been Jennie Gul icy Miss Allle Henderson is in Atlanta under the treatment of Dr Simpson Elkin Miss Ella Iligginbothain of Marcel lus is visiting Miss Elsie Ialmer Dan ville avenue Miss Hallie Rice Myers of Marks bury was a visitor here during Misses Mollic Hendren Warner and Lena Palmer of Kirksville were here the past week Miss Anna S Pherigo has been vis iting her sister Miss Minnie Pherigo of Nicholasville Mrs Dr W Burnside of Barbour ville is the guest of her parentsSquirc and Mrs W 11 Kinnaird Mrs Frank Bacon and little son John Anderson leave shortly for Kan sas City Mo to reside Misses Bessie Bolton and Mac Rob inson have been visiting Miss Mary Lynn Mock of Danville Mrs 11 II Tomlinson and children Annell and Robert have gone to visit relatives in Bcuna Vista Messrs T E Stormes and J M Farm were very successful fishing in river thr past Mrs Sam Ward and granddaughter Alice of Livingston were guests of Mr Wm Ward and family Mrs Mildred Beazley Dr W S Beaz Icy wife and son William have been visiting relatives in Crab Orchard Mr Robert Elkin of Lexington has been spending several days with his parents Mr Tom Elkiu and wife Miss Ollie Hackleyaccompanied her aunt Mrs George Lane to Beuna where she will spend thesummerr Mrs Margaret Gill continues in a critical condition and at this writing little hope for her recovery is enter tained Miss Ada Fox who has been the popular visitor of her sister Mrs Jake Joseph has returned to her home in Eaton Ohio Misses Emily Chenault and Chris tine Bradley were entertained last week by Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick Misses Pearl and Hannah ldridge of Marksbury visited Mrs Raymond Ilaselden and attended the exercises Misses Lizzie Marksbury of Marcel lus and Sue Sutton of Marksbury visited Mrs J I Hamilton and attend ed Commencement Joe Waters editor of the Lincoln Democrat and Jess Alverson of the Interior Journal were here Monday and gathered iu many dollars Secretary Buchanan of the Crab Orchard Fair was here Monday and tells us everything is getting in ship shape for the biggest and best fair in KentuckyMisses Whitley and Mur phy of Ilustonville and Mr Fred Burdett of Marksbury were visitors of the family of R II Batson week Revs Saml and Lapsley McKee Noel visiting lIiss 0 commencement Cumberland eels Vista Commencement Nell commencement were here Tuesday mingling with ma ny old Lodi are bighearted young men and are doing much good in the ministry Rev Allen R Moore went to Ilazle ton this week to preach the baccalau reate sermon to the graduates of the school there which was established by the Womens Board of Missions Miss Eugenia Dunlap will be one of Maids of Honor for the Lexington Lodge of Elks at the meeting in Louis ville this week Miss Dunlap visits here and has many friends and admirers among the young people Miss Florence Burnside entertained the following couples at tea Monday evening Miss Edna Ramsey and Mr Branham Beazley Miss Evelyn Hope Kcndricks and Mr John Burnside Miss Bessie Johnston and Mr Harry Miss Mary Burnside and Mr Wade TerrillDanville News Mr Henry B Hack ley Vice U S Counsel at Cuidad ro Diaz Mexico secured a leave of absence for a few days and is with his sister Mrs Arthur Tuttle lIe is one of the young men of this coun try who arc making a success in the Southern Republic The young men of the graduating class Messrs Victor Stone Ollie Wal lace Charlie West Louis Gill and Marshall Denny entertained Friday night at the Garrard ho tel their classmates Misses Marie Jo seph Ethel West Bessie Batson Cora Ward and Willie Belle Burnside An elegant supper was served Pews was received here last week of the marriage of Miss Bessie W Conn to Mr James E Edwards of Columbia Missouri the Methodist minister of that place officiating The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Win II Conn who resided in Missouri several years and recently moved back here The groom is a resident of Columbia and a farmer by occupation One of the pleasantest of the many recent social functions was the party given by Mr and Mrs W McC John ston to their charming niece Miss Willie Belle Burnside Tuesday The handsome residence was tastily decorated and brilliantly Tight ed for the occasion and those pres ent will long remember the event with much pleasure Delightful re freshments were served We regret that lack of space prevents giving a list of the happy guests Mr E II Beazley of Stanford was here Monday and gave TILE RECORD a lot of advertising for the Ninth Annual Contest for Young Ladies which will be held in Stanford on the night of June 20th Mr Beazley has gotten up these contests for several years and says this one will be the best he has ever had Lancaster will be represented by Miss idorence Burn side and Miss Lillie B Leavell another Garrard county girl will rep resent Hamilton College The reception given by the teachers at the Graded School Thursday eve ning was quite enjoyable In the re ceiving line were Proto Patterson and wife Prof Todd Misses Annie Roys ton Jennie Shumate Knapp West Mrs Belle Burnside and Miss Peters The elegant ices and cake served were in purple and white the college col ors Souveniers of a purple violet tied with white ribbon were by Miss Lettie May McRoberts Time guests will long remember the evening with great pleafure Nicholasville News Hon Geo T Farris who has so ably represented the counties of Garrard Casey Lin coln and Boyle in State Senate fa vored his genai colleague Dr T R Welch wJh a visit this week Yarns is traveling in the interest of the chair factory at the Frankfort penitentiary and incidentally provi ding his numerous friends with easy seats Senator Farris is wellknown throughout Kentucky for his unflag mg devotion to the cause of Democra cy and convincing his enemies his first election to the Senate was neither a mistake nor accident A very pleasant dance was given at the Mason hotel Friday evening in honor of the visiting young ladies Clay Greens band furnished music Those present were Misses Emily Che nault Richmond Ramsey of Monti cello Johnston of Lebanon Ken drick of Lexington Tevis Carpenter of Stanford Ada Fox Eaton Ohio Christine Bradley Sallie Ross and Sue Layton and Jennie Gulley Lan caster The young men were Jack Rout Stanford John Burnside Her bert Marksbury Wade Terrill Will Sam and Marshall Den ny Ollie Wallace Will and Charles West Branon Beazley Wilson Moore Will Marksbury Ed Doty Messrs and Mesdames J Fleece Robinson Jno E Stormes T B Long J M Farra and Louis Landram friends frequently Profi presented Senator KinnairdFrank Anderson delightfully evening the I MISS JESSIE DOTY Who will represent Lancaster at the contest to be held in Stanford June 18 i PilEACllEItSVILLK We some line rains- J M Cress bouyht a nice horse for S70 B D Iloltzclaw lost a good work horse last week J B Hutchins sold a sow and pigs D Elmore for W P Grimes bought 19 cattle from T M Roberts 15 at 20 per head and 4 at 15 Prof Bishop is moving here this week and will go to work on his school building at once so as to have it ready by fall to open his school He comes highly recommended and will have all the help necessary We are expecting a fine school Judge James I White and family of Lancaste visited Mr J II Rigsby and family Sunday Mrs Harriet Iloltz claw and family visited Mrs Foly J F Holtzclaw wife and little babe were visitors at Mr Wm Browns at Hubble Monday Mr and Mrs Geo Brown visited in Lancaster the first of the week J W Cummins was over from Lancaster the first of the week J L Hutchins has returned from the oil field in Knox county and reports the Hutchins Oil Gas Co getting along well Mr James Pet tuce and wife of Stanford were visit ing homefolks here the first of the week W H Brown of Sweeney has been with homefolks for a few days PAINT LICK Mr John Roberts lost a line horse time lirst of the week Mr Rodney Griggs has erected quite a little cottage on Main street which adds much to our town The L N has just completed walk from the public crossing to the depot wh ch is very convenience to the people The play Joshua Blodgett given by the K P and A 0 U W lodges was very satisfactory They will show the same play at Kirksville about June 5 While going to church last Sunday night the horse which Mrs Dr N Mays and son Robert were driving frightened and ran off throwing her out and bruising her up considera blyWe are glad to note that Mr Henry Riddleburgher will remain with Bur nam Rucker Dr C Edwin Poyntz was in Richmond Tuesday Mrs Joe Arnold of Richmond and Mrs Eva Miller of Lexington are visiting Mrs Ann Broaddus Miss Fannie Henry- of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Sallie Adams Master Parks Norris of Richmond is visiting his uncle Jack Adams II Clay Manning of Wil liamsburg spent Sunday with his many friends here Mrs A J McQuir ter of London is spending the week with her daughter Mrs A B Estridge Little Miss Lena McClure of Mt Vernon is with her aunt Mrs Will Champ Miss Jennie Wallace will give an entertainment at New Hope next Friday night the 50th Quite a large crowd attended Reeds circus here Monday W M Fish our drug gist who is in Louisville under medi cal treatment is reported some better at this writing Mr Walter Curtis of Lexington was the guest of Miss Katie Wilerby this week BUENA YISTA Delaj d Letter Mrs FaP7ie Bryant Bryantsville is the uest of Mrs J B and Margaret Rioinson Geo R Spilman and wife of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Spilman Miss Mae Rob iuson of Marcellus and Dave Dunn dined with Miss Bessie Misses Jennings and Dean of Jessamine spent Sunday with Mrs Willard Watson Mrs Spilman and Miss Frances Tomlinson spent a few days with relatives in Harrodsburg Mrs Logan Duncan of Indiana join ed her husband here Thursday and they will make their home near here Miss Bessie Bolton of Caldwell College spent Saturday at home W P Ruble bought of Mr Hicks one cow for H Smith sold to Mrs Sallie Preston one milk cow for 25 Last Tuesday afternoon during the wind and rain a large pine tree in Mr Dismarkes yard blew over on the house and veranda but no damage doneRev Masters lectured at Mt Olivet last Thursday night and organized a Temperance Alliance with PS Terrill president and J W Askins treasurer Mr Skinner sold asteer to Jas Spil man for 24 John Ruble sold to Dr Elliott one roan horse for 60 Chas Robinson sold to W P Ruble 102 sheep and lambs at 4 for lambs and 325 for sheep Ruble Williams bought of J W Scott and son Will 90 or 100 lambs at 5J cents Miss Fannie Bryant of Bryantsville spent several days last week with rela friends here Mr J W Aspirs leas been elected to represent Browns Chapel Sunday School at the Convention May 29th Miss Jennie spent last week with her sis ter Miss Lucretia at Mr Bastins Lancaster Willard Wilson and wife visited Mrs Jennings of Jessamine last week J B Robinson made a business trip to Versailles week Miss Virgie Worrel of Hammock was the guest of Mrs S W Poor from Friday to Monday Miss Ollie Hack ley of upper Garrard is the guest of her aunt Mrs G II Lane You can get any quantity of Ice cream any time of day by your order toZimmers restaurant Its delicious cream to- W 1500 un anice became e BoltonSunday 25 tives and Skinner k are riving Sunday C nice C C air last telephoning 1 Business and Bargains i See the fancy hose at Lace mits nod gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs Dont complain about the weather Frisbies is in full blast All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Josephs Buy paint at Frisbies and get the best money Order ice cream from Zimmers Its best quality and nicely frozen All the leadingMkgazines atFrisbies drug store New line of summer dimmities at Josephs y Japalac varnish for all wood work at ThompsonsvX I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey 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 name V Sanders Ward Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs j See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners get everything needed at Frisbies 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 Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Machine needles and oil Thqmpsons 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Warned Car load Iron Good price paid II B Northcott 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 rice cream furnished in any quantity at any time Telephone Zimmersres taurant Dl am better prepared to do all kinds of carriage work than ever be re Prices low W J POmans At the old reli jie house of T Curreys is te place to buy your groceries Age 40 years For Rent Front room back room adjoining Rent reasonable Over our store tf T B Walker Son If you want the pure Southern Ger man Millet get it at T Curreys All our customers are well pleased with the nice carriage painting and repair work we are doing Come and see us W J Romans 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 now ready to deliver HBNorthcott Plants Plants Plants Cabbage Tomato and Potato plants for sale Geo Smith tf A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Leavels Planing Mill ma15tf All kinds of bicycle fixtures etc at Conns N We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son The Stanford Contest The following young ladies will take part in the largest elocutionary con test ever given in Stanford June 18th Stanford Misses Pol ly Traylor and Sari Wood Lynn Lan caster Miss Jessie Doty Mt Vernon Miss Ida May Adams Danville Miss Clyde Burke Harrodsburg Miss Mary 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 Saufley Alverson Mgrs 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 Ham ilton Female College This contest is in no wise connected with the one ad vertised for June 18th Full particu lars later E H Beazley Mgr tf Our stock of and shoes can not We can give you the best the affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph tt tit I T I HHHHJoseph f soda untain feast reach your i at v I NotIce Feed Kay Sauce sUP ers besurpass mar t f4f r u lies furniture and 1 ran Wednesday fc All carriage work hone promptly Call and see us Yf 1 Romans Have that buggy painted and at Conns Three rooms for rent in Thompson block Richmond avenue Call oVJ C Thompson We are offering great in buggies surreys etc Conns Carrirge Shop 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 MT HEKRON Delayed Letter The farmers are complaining a great deal about the cut worms Wm Ruble of Buena Vista was in this vicinity last week buying lambs at 5c per lb delivered July 1st Mr Walter Easonwho has consump tion is very low G W Thompson sold his sheep to Win Ruble at per head lambs thrown in While going home from Sunday Miss Dee Wit Montgomery was thrown from her horse but it is thought she is not seriously injured Miss Fannie Jackson of Lexington spent last week with her father near Bourne and took the teachers exam ination at Lancaster Messrs W B Scott and G A Bruce attended the Street Fair at day Mrs Alex Dean and children Mr and Mrs BrumHeld visited in Jessamine Saturday and Sun day Mr Wat Taylor and wife were the guests of Mrs Sarah Duncan John Yanderpool and wife vis ited Mr D Moore last Sunday Quite a number or the boys from here at tended singing at Scotts Fork Sun day afternoon Mr F W and family were the guests of Mr Thomas Montgomery Sunday J I repaired I J 450 I Ilarrodsburg lastThurs I inducements Come relatives Sunday Montgomery Binders mowers rakes etc re paired at Conns Carriage Hammocks life line 8100 to each at Thompsons Dont you know we buy vehicles in large quantities from factories and not from jobbers and other dealers We can save you money come and see us and we will save you the other and jobbers profitRomans Elmore We have the most complete system and the best machinery for putting on rubber tires of Use the Wing tire which is conceded the best Price right Call and examine at Conns Carriage shop On and after June ist will close out our large stock of goods AT COST FOR CASH It consists of 10000 WORTH OF Dry Goods Xotions Shoes Cloth ing Furnishing Goods Hats Hard ware Tinware Cooking Stoves Furnituae Sewing Machines Wagons Plows Culti vators Double Shovels Wagonma kers supplies Bugg Rims and Spokes Etc Etc Everything AT COST except and Drugs Come early and get time choice of the lines J X DCXN CO Bryantsville Ky FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce G G GILHEHTof Shelby county as a candidate for Congress in this the Eighth district cubjeet to the action of the Democratic party Dodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ShOp i 500 dealers AT COST we Queensware u C anyone Groceries We Can Supply Your Every Want f I I t I Rakes Binders Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SOI Successors to J M Hij nnbotham TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OF LANCASTER and GARRARD COUNTY are pleased to announce that we have to open a Branch Studio in your city We are having rooms fitted with proper facilities for making the same class of High work that we have been maintaining for so long We hope to be in operation in about two weeks due notice of which will be given through your county paper We propose to deal Fairly and liberally with all who may honor us with their patronage Samples of our work will be on exhibition in some appropriate place in a very short while and your attention will be called to same We intend to make work equal to any made anywhere We hope to merit a liberal patronage Respectfully THE FOX STUDIO Opposite Court House Danville Ky I t t Corn f t t- I I Ve completedarrangements grade Harrows s C 00- s sSC c laI s o o m s IW- oI 0 0 CD O C g oJ aPJ ZC ogo c bI Q m m Ic c P2 t1 m m 0P2 tJCt Q fIJ fO- c JIll 1 0 8tcm 6Q stc zS s SC tr1 rn l 13 o ttJH s tj J H tj a r fIJd 0 o I tCDl1 1rn CD till p w ri2 a w1nHsn OaOn dK m- miea atD fig I rr- at rp ow rmldcr d ul Hm tobF v um K- CDy m e4 K T DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY oi WILL BEAT THlt HOTEL Stanford Ky Tuesday June 3rd GILCIIER HOTEL Danville Ky Wednesday June 4th Now is the time Dont neglect your best EYES EYES examined and glasses adjusted Dont neglectyourchildrensEYESO- FFICE HOUUS 9 am to 5 pm Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT IAW Lancaster Kj Office over Thompsons St ASAPH friendYOUR store scientifically I bequeath to my children Scrofula with nfl its attendant horrors humiliation and suffering This is a strange legacy to leave to posterity a heavy burden to upon the shoulders of the young treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders the growth and development of the faculties and the child born of blood poison or scrofulatainted parentage is poorly equipped for lifes duties Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied symptoms enlarged glands or tumors about neck and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the f I SCROFULA place th Mothers fa the only liniment that I ill make the issueand leave the child healthy and the motherWith all her grace symmetry unmarred100 lour book Motherhood mailed IRADFIELD CO I ATLANTA u GAD Friend free c presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter the blood and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system and attacks the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting in white swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of strength and a gradual wasting away of the body- S S S combines both purifying and tonic properties and is guaran teed entirely vegetable making it theideal remedy all scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and strong and a complete and permanent cure is soon effected S S S improves the digestion and assimilation of food restores the lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthy color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and help you in every possible way to regain your Book on blood and skin diseases free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Go in This dangerous in Of Interest to Farmers Items From Here j There and Everywhere Concerning Stock Crops Etc Fresh Jersey cow and calf for sale W B Jarvis McCormack binder hoosier drill mower and rake All as good as new For sale at a bargain W B Jarvis wants some good springer and fresh milk cows ma15tf Get and keep the spraying in good order and be sure that the recipe for your spraying mixture is close at hand Among fruit trees the canker worm selects the apple tree as its favorite and among shade trees it deprecates most especially on the elm The soot that comes from the stove pipes and stoves at cleaning time is excellent to mix with the soil for pot plants and should be saved for that purposeIn trees and shrubs care should be taken to hide the ugly por tions of the view and carefully open A Kovelatlon If you will make inquiry it will be a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troupes in one form or another If the pulicnt is not beyond medical aid Foleys jdney Cure will cure It never disap points C C J E Stormes 1m A disappointed old maid seldom smiles in reading the matrimonial column What Is Foleys Kidney ICure Answer It is made from aprescrip tion of a leading Chicago physician and one of the most eminent in the country The ingredients arc the purest that money can buy and are scientifically combined to get their utmost value C C J E Stormes 1m The man who is true to home inter est never refuses to endorse home people Xo Loss of Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would rather be out of and sugar than it I sold five of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this morning II R 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 up the most beautiful vistas of the groundsDogs killed and crippled almost an entire flock of sheep belonging to Mrs Clark of Bracken a few nights ago They killed every lamb in the flock or mangled them so they will be unfit for saleFarm help is scarce east as well as here A New England exchange says Farm help is hard to find One in South Ashfield who is milking 20 cows besides having a large num ber of sheep and young stock is doing his work alone Danville damage has been done the corn crop in Boyle county during the past two weeks by cut worms Capt T D English was compelled to replow and replant 30 WOMAN Mothers Friend more willingly than thosethousands who have it The in a medicine for expectant mothers issafeness and virtue qualifications impossible to find in internal doses made nastyinjurious and stimulating drugs MOTHERS FRIEND- is a liniment rubbed in with the something to lubricate the internal tissues making them elastic thereby permitting ease expansion as grows to be a live T C Slier apparatus coffee bottles farmer AdvocateGreat did women the truth of hands comfortingand heavyburden Never acres and a number of other farmers in the same community have suffered in a similar manner B F Slavin had five acres of hemp eaten down by the pests When a horse shoulders get sore as they sometimes do with the best of care carry dry llowers of sulphur in your vest pocket and sprinkle a little on the sores about four times a day while working the team It will not gather in pimples on the collar as al most any other harmless powder will do and it keeps the sores dry and dis infected The following advertisement ap pears in a London paper Wanted Loan of fifty pounds for a few years by a man of ability Idle inquirers and weakkneed Christians need not apply but persons of philan thropic turn of mind and willing to act the part of a good Samaritan may Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it She says Our three children took whooping cough last summer our baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giving them Cham berlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup whoops Jessie Pinkey Hall Springville Ala This remedy is for s le by R E McRoberts 1m There is always an opportunity in everyones life to even up with the other fellow Wants Others to Know I have used DeWitts Little Risers for constipation and torpid liver and they are all right I am glad to indorse them for I think when we find a good thing we ought to let know it writes Alfred Heinze Quincy Ill They never gripe or dis tress Sure safe pills 1m The young lady who is quick to say yes to a matrimonial proposition is not as reliable as the onewho asks for time to consider Like a Drowning Man Five years ago a disease the called dyspepsia took such hold of me that I could scarcely go writes Geo S Marsh well known attorney of Nocona Tex I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but 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 juices and consequently is the only one which digests any good food and cures any form of stomach trouble 1m find this a profitable investment Ap ply by letter only to Aristides The time of year has arrived for the beginning of tobacco setting and the crop should be out between the pres ent and the 10th of June Just now there is no season Plants are small owing to the dry weather and are not very plentiful Planters however are watering them and doing their best to have them ready when a sea son comes There is much complaint A memderof the British Govern ment says the war in South Africa is at an end An agreement has been reached but definite announcement may not be made for several weeks The people of Indiana and the southern counties of the State are anxiously awaiting Gov Durbins decision in regard to the quarantine threat made by the Kentucky State Board of Health on account of small pox Gov Durbin has heretofore all appeals for the use of the emergency fund for stamping out the diseaseLord Pauncefote British Ambassa dor to the United States died at the British embassy in Washington at 5 35 oclock Saturday morning Pierpont Morgan is reported to have given King Edward a tapestry worth 500000 ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post William Carlrim Jim Duncan Sarah Leave Maggie Miller It called for say advertised Wm West P M Lancaster Ky 1 integrityand I ai h ly others doctors nothing after digestive especially- of May26th between 4 refused oil cut wui ms lu some ijiices The cut worms have becomes a pest In Bourbon The worms cut down acres of hemp belonging to E 1C Thom as and a aore Hold of oats belonging tD Ed Htiik On the Bethlehem piUe W O BuLlet was preparing ground fur cow peas and was astonished at the number of cut worms In a square foot of ground he found and killed about 75 of the voracious worms A large percentage of early corn has been cut down and extensive replanting is ne cessary Paris Kentuckian The Wisconsin station gives its on shearing lambs in a report port on sheep experiments as follow Experiments extending over four years show that when lambs are shorn early in the rapid gains for the next six or seven weeks or until such time as the wool has reached a length of one or two inches and at a slightly cheaper rate than unshorn lambs But where the fattening period extends over a period of three or four months there appears to be no practical advantage whatever in fall shearing the unshorn lambs making as good gains in the long run as the shorn lambs No one feature will add more to the value of a horse or team than the fact that they are free from the runaway habit The only way to insure keep ing them from this is never to allow them to get started Because a team runs away once is no reason that it is spoiled but it indicates that the dri ver has got to use something more than the ordinary caution injiandling them therearter Let a team get away two or three times and it means that a driver will be assuming consid erable risk every time he takes the least liberty with them There is no characteristic that a farm team can possess that will make them more val uable than the fact they can be trust ed and on the other hand there is nothing that will detract more from their practical value than to feel that they are ready to run on the least pretext Wont Follow Advice AfterPaying 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 McRoberts Druggist 1m Frank Gross bought a mare from John Doty for 50 There will be singing at Good hope next Sunday at 3 p in There will be childrens day and Sun U2V school exercises at Good Hope on the tufd Sunday in June beginning at 10 a ra Mrs R H hobbs d daughter Miss Nellie visited Mrs li tie Ball last week Rev Murrel of Carfcrsville and Rev Reeves of Hammock W II Furr Sunday Joseph Bali and daughter Miss Nannie visited Hugh Ball and Aufe Sunday There will be prayer meeting at Mr Edd Portwoods Wednesday night BIIYANTSVILIE Mrs Haselden has just received a new lot of childrens summer hats Mr J B Leavell while attending to some business left his horse unhitched and it started home after going a few hundred yards ran against a stump upsetting the vehicle and doing much damage This should be a warning to others to hitch their horses Miss Thurmonds school closes here this week She will take her pupils to the water works near Danville for a nice picnic The ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will have a strawberry supper the church Thursday evening from 6 to 10 oclock Everybody cordially in vited Rev Jackson will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening Mrs Burk is visiting her son and family Hence Burk near Paint Lick Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn are at this writing in Louisville they went to consult a physician in regard to Mr Dunns health Little Miss Nettie Ison has been the guest of her cousins Mary and Lizzie Armstrong the past week Mrs Eliza Ballard is visiting relatives in Lincoln county Misses Mattie and Sallie Boner spent Sunday with their sister Mrs C C Becker Miss Mattie May Jenkins has been quite sick Miss Lizzie Marksbury and Miss Jennie attended the commencement atLancaster last week Miss Maud Vantruse has gone to Jessamine to visit Florence and Marie Dunn of ville called on friends here Sunday Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aida Nature in strengthening and recon digestive or gans It is the latest ant and tonic No other approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all other results of imperfect digestion Prtce50c mallglxe all about dyspepslamaifedfrg Pr p r 0 fey E C DeWITT A CO Ctfctft 5 4 I Iii experience seasonOctoberthey- make R E Nicholas Kodol preparation- can aWl ILAT WOODS ted At the end of time campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris bill hint congressman from overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and slant speaking lhad about utterly collapsed Itseemed that all the or gans in my body were out of order but three bottles of Electric Bitters made me all right Its the best all around medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Over worked rundown men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters Try them Only 50c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lan caster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m He who prays the loudest is not the true Christian soldier Stuuils Like u Stone Walt 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 Quick est cure for Ulcers Fever Sores Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises In falliblefor Piles 2t5o at R E McRob erts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Now rile Time Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap md neat We have the linest 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 VVe will do work any where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster Ky 2203m The loafer never has an exalted idea nor speak well of others Ilerbino Cures Fever and Ague A dose will us ually stop a chill a continuance cures Mrs Wm M Stroud Mid lothian Texas May 31 1899 writes We have used Herbine in our family for eight years and found it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe bilious fever and malaria 50c at R E McRoberts 1m The opinioned man is IValks Without Crutches I was much afilcted 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 Snow 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 themselves as being benefited by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c 50c and at R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m The child is most always time proof sheet of the father Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely to C C J E Stormes 1m Industry and oerseverance are the macadamized roads to success Beauty and Strength Are desirable You are strong and vigorous when your Dlood is pure Many nay mostwo fail to prop erly digest their food so become pale sallow thin and weak wile the brightness freshness and beauty of Iheskin 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 A gossiper is moralitys worst foe A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys filter the 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 The subscribers to the Parsonage fund are requested to pay as soon as possible to W H Kinnaird Treasurer one half of their subscriptions W H Wherritt Chm B C m 22tf 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 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 H Wherritt Ch B C ma223t Brick Masons Attention Bids for laying the brick in the Presbyterian parsonage in Lancaster Ky will be received by the building committee until Saturday May 24th 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 H 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 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 Lancaster Kentucky i i a triilii l OIl always 4 an 4 always everybodys- fool Ballards Liniment 1 begiven children i len anti impurities C C e furnish material- to dividend tendol tjii j Lji5feiai 4 5 4 4 4C a S Vtfi 7Or2 S itt y lEo Votilti Uroatteu Ten Cons Evangelist Sam Jones in a letter to Kansas paper make a vicious attack upon Bishop Potter of New York for his attitude on prohibition He that Bishop Potter represents no one but the 400 of New York preaches the doctrine of the seeks to broaden the Ten and liberalize the moral lawThe letter says Bishop Potter of New York knows as little about us poor white people in Georgia as we care about him in New York He runs with a different crowd and trains with a different gang Time good God fearing people of Georgia are for and we dont like the name he calls us and the names he calls our pet theory such as impudent fraud and impudent failure- I tell you in New York when they take a bishop around with them and dine him and wine him and stuff him and toast him it doesnt take him long to imbibe the views of wine bib hers and gluttons and to preach the doctrine of voluptuaries from the plat form How long befoie the Bishop and his gang will be broadening the Ten Commandments and liberalizing the moral law so they would have it read Thou shalt not steal less than a million dollars Thou shalt not break the Sabbath but bend it double if there is money in it Thou shalt not covet but get all you can and keep all you get Thou shalt not kill a single man but like John Bull kill them by thou sands and it is all O K I mingle and mix with and people 1 dont know a faith ful true minister of God who is not a Prohibitionist in sentiment and heart nor do I know a Godfearing member of the church who is not antiwhisky from bottom to top You may take Jerry McAuleys work in New York City among the bums and thugs a man whose life was consecrated to the salvation of the poor and humble His sentiments were as much at antipodes with Bishop Potters as is heaven from hell Give us ministers of God who are true to the right and who look not with the least allowance upon sin and crime and then I have hopes for the triumph of right and the defeat of wrong N6WS The next encampment of the Ken tucky Department of the Grand Ar my of the Republic will be held in Louisville Harry Miller sixyearold son of Isaac Miller colored of J unction City met with a horrible fate yesterday morning While climbing on a freight train on the Cincinnati Southern his hold slipped and he fell under the wheels His head was cut off even with his shoulders Both arms and both legs were also ground off the massive cars The G A R in its State encamp ment at Lebanon adopted a resolution denouncing Leslie Combs as unfit for the position of United States Pension Agent and asking the President to re move him The franchise valuation of banks for State tax purposes for 1902 will be arrived at by taking the capital stock at par the surplus and undivided profits and deducting from the total amount the assessment made in each instance of the property of a bank by the local Assessor This ba sis was determined on by the State Board of Valuation and Assessment and is objected to by the banks as was a similar action last year The action was taken by Secretary of State Hill and Taeasurer Hager and over the protest of State Auditor Coulter Mr Coulter took the position of the banking companies that they should not be assesse- dIt is believed the property loss caus ed by the earthquake in Guatemala on April 18 will reach 60000000 Senator Hanna does not beliove there will be a strike among the of western Pennsylvania Ohio Maryland and Illinois- A general strike of miners of Vir giniaand West Virginia has been or dered to begin June 7 A german firm has offered the Goverment 15000000 a year for exclusive rights to sell opium in Capt McLean of the U S Cincinnati reports that 4000 buffers are receiving food in the island of St Vincent Practically all invitations for the coronation service of King Edward have been issued The royal celebra tion night June 30 at the grand op era is expected to break all box office records boxes not taken by the cort to cost from sixty to 100 guineas Reveals A Great Secret It is often asked how such startling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Disco very for Consumption Heres 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 5Qc and 1 Trial bottles free at R E McRob erts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m p charges voluptuary Commandments prohibition II thepreach- ers rooooooo 0 0 0 000 000 000 00000000 Lo o moving miners Chinese China steamship infallible ortmmmJ- M tiaiziieiiti flht Llliulie- l41 rntv Sw oo4 Do GooooGooe Gi 1 beneath Kentucky volcano I Stronger Tim l M3D IS liS SollIci The statement that no n m is stronger than his stomach will appeal to every man has ever suffered from orrach trouble He will reiiieiiiljer the groviiiK fcding of weakness until he was hardly able to crawl around and could work only occasionally and then with difficulty The danger of dyspepsia roots in the fact that when disease attacks the stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition the whole body must be the sufferer for when the stomach is dis eased and the digestive processes are imper fectly performed there is a sure loss of nutri tion which is felt by every organ of the body Dr Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other or gans of digestion and nutrition It makes strong men because it makes strong and enables the proper digestion of food and the perfect assimilation of the contained in the food I have taken six bottles of Golden Medical Dis coven and four or five vials of the little Pellets Mr A J Vanderwater of 873 West Division Street Chicago Ill I am happy to sav have done me worlds of good medicines have made a great change in me from a of a man that crawl tired and all the time could do no work to a man who can work sleep eat and feel fine and that tired feeling all gone Golden Medical Discovery and little4 Pellets have almost made a new man of me I feel young as I did at thirty years Accept no substitute for Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing else just as good for disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical the best of modern medical works is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense only Send 31 onecent stamps for the clothbound volume or only 21 stamps for the book in paper covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y J l r I I i I i II Pierces I 77 nutrition tt II writeS I slow mope IAd- viser ofmailing I I who stomachs Charles Burdett daughters of Iliattsville spent Sunday with Jno Woods and wife Mr and Mrs A J Rice are receiving conratulations on the arrival of a son Sallie Lou Hallie Rice Miss Aggie Bourne and niece of Bettis attended preaching at the Fork Sunday Miss Annie Perkins is spending several days with relatives in Lancaster Misses Jen nie and Sue Higgins of Paint Lick are guests of M Lss Georgia Dunn On account of the stormy veatherthe ladies only cleared 1 at their supper Mrs Mary Floyd and son Tom of Danville spent Friday with John and famiy Among the visitors at the Fork church Sunday was Mrs S II Saddler of Lexington who is the guest of Mrs Sim Parks RevStallings and have moved to our pleasant His parlor is open and he is to unite all those who are tired of single blessedness provided they have the cash MORE LIVES ARS SAVED BY LTSIX r Kings New BiseomFOK Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined Fins wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Fever LaGrippo Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CUriE PAY Price bOo SI Trial Bottle Tee wife and spending Royston family parsonage ready J illAIiliSBCIly Miss strawberry O TODAY TOMORROW FOREVER 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 money can procure A trial will con vince you M N LAUNDRY 51 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAX Agent Lancaster Kenuckv pa v FOR WEAK V9I t II4Rr f VO IrE WOMEN I I I S BEAZMTT 3DEITTISTTeeth extracted without patti with Vitalized Air Office in Building Daimlle street oppo lIe Presbyterian church W the Tookout p tt xwsse 5xs s LEWIS Y LEA J S President Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 I The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK fI Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 J J B F HUDSON Cashier IW O tImmy Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold s ss s s 3 3 S3 O S O S O S O 8 O O O s C S O S 493 2 The National Bank s OF LANCASTER KY 0 CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DENNY President JOIIV E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier A J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper o A DIRECTORS j Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 0 8 O O S S 3 O O2 ELL Romxms I I O 000 i o i O OCKc 2 2 9 2 r ontTake Theytemporarily constIpationby but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines the liver execute natural functions ural agitation caused continual and increasing doses to attain Unnat compels rI acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE DoWels e J