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TilIIITJSEX Til XKl 11 Entered at the 2ost Office in Lancaster Ay w SecondClass Hail Matter LOUIS LA1XTDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 19 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ntt4t trot NUMBER J f t y- i7 t he I J Of Local Interest Monday is court day June 21 Vocal Contest Saturday The automobile Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival 141U Important business at the Masonic lodge next Tuesday night All kind of garden truck is ripe poor folks are living high When you come in Monday remember the poor Thats us Dr Donald McDonald preaches mountain work at the church Sunday A liberal was made A great many old switchtail are left standing on the streets This is very dangerous and will sooner or later cause trouble Come in Saturday and see the auto mobile It will be rallied oil at lifty cents a chance Take a chance you will have as good showing to win as will anyone The Vocal Contest at the Garrard Opera House June 24 will be far ahead of any entertainment ever giv en in the town See Stonncs and your scats Mr J Mort llotinvell writes TIlE that Dripping Springs was formally opened last Sunday the 15th Mrs llothwell has charge again this summer and it would be hard to place to spend the heated term ISarno Iitimcr The Lexington Democrat says Rev George O Barnes writes the Journal that he has just been immersed by Dowie after depending all of his seventy odd years on his in fant baptism Suppose he had died the of Elijah II would he VJi thereby lost Children l tiy The sweet voices of the children are ringing every day this week In their practice under that queen of children trainers Mrs George M Patterson It is needless to say the childrens service at the Methodist church next Sunday at 104 a m will be enjoya ble The pastor will speak to the children on Good Bread Oil In Carrard The stock the Kentucky and Gas Co are very much elated over their prospects in the well they are drilling near Carters Aille in this county They are now down about livehundred feet and arc progressing nicely At a depth of less than a hundred feet they encoun tered a flow of black oil which was cased off with the water The casing was put in to a depth ninetyeight feet which took them below the water line At a depth of about twohundred feet they encountered a low of yellow amber oil This oil is the very highest oil to be obtained anywhere continued drilling and have now encountered a flow of dark oil of very superor quality Whilst none of these sands have shown a production in paying quantities they have shown that they are likely to drill into a number one oil sand at any time They arc bailing out not less than a barrel of oil a day as the drilling This is the company whose advertisement appears at top of our second page b 000w t w contribution unhitched toturtlnu liOcl secure lind- a wore delightful Interior before app fante have 1t n holdersof SouthEast- ern hey I t awe plea hors June 1Sth- i COED iou j r v r l Oil y S Ir priced k r proceeds x 3 Seats on sale at Stormes Drug Store for Vocal Contest f See samples of Photographer Foxs work on display at Logan Dry Goods Co Itspcaks for itself Sec his ad elsewhere in this issue Dr W S Bealey has purchased the Sanders property on Lexington street and will enlarge and improve place Price 1500 A Garrartl County Itlsui A letter from Mr T W Ramsey of Washington Ind tells of the death d of Judge J W Burton in ccnty Mr Burton was a Garrard county man and is well remembered by older citizens m Messrs W S and Richard Beazley have sold their big cattle to Morris of New York There are 175 in the herd average 1650 Price SG50 The Bcaz cs ley Bros always have the nest in the land New Time Card The Q C new time card which went in effect Sunday makes only two im portant changes in trains passing ville Xo 5 south bound which due to leave at 1115 A M now leaves at 1107 A M and Xo 3 due there 1120 P M is changed to 1129 P M Ku c ISnll Arrangements are being made for the Lancaster team to go up and wipe the Richmond boys off the face of the earth The game will be played at an early date The proceeds will go to ward fitting up the chariot in which the Queen of the Carnival is to ride and as a Lancaster lady will beQueen the home boys are interested all the more See Meet Their KrlfiitlM An excursion for colored people from Paris to Frankfort is advertised This inducement to make the trip is set forth in a handbill We have made arrangements that all persons going on this train can visit the pris on You sec now friends you will have one good days pleasure and meet your many friends from all parts of State Kcmomlicrcil Their Dead The local lodge of Maccabees turned out nearly its full strength Sunday afternoon and decorated the graves of all the departed brethren The cere monies were quite pretty and many walked out to the Cemetery to wit ness then The Maccabees have the largest lodge in town It is for life insurance but the social fea ture is a strung point It is the cheap est insurance one can carry and is ab solutelysafe Kill County Clerk Doty has received a copy of the new revenue bill which goeS into effect July first Some of its provisions are as follows Retailing playing cards S10 increased from 5 retailing pistols 8100 increased from 25 retailing bowie knives etc 50 H increased from SJO merchants 100 increased from 75 druggists 73 from 50 selling cigarettes wholesale S100 new retail 19 new A Comparison CENTRAL RECOUP January 8th The weather is extremely cold The attendance at all the churches Sun day night would not have half filled one church listen to this item today weather has been very warm for set eral days The attendance at all the churches Sunday night would not have half filled any church in town It seems hard to find weather that will bring cm to the house of God 4 i I t I I I I I I that se n JlcuICj Cattle Sold t ill principally Now Theta ti C VI a Ret cunc increased Secure your scats at once for the Vocal Contest Mouse IuilUlIlj many residences are being freshly painted among the latest to receive the improvement Bradleys handsome residence The work was done by C II Goodson a practical painter recently located in our and whose ad appears in this issue See the job and then judge his work No Flail III Mix River Fishermen say there are absolutely no fish in Dix river None have been caught this spring and Ximrods have taken to fishing in ponds and seiners have completely ruin the stream This could be stopped some of the better clement were guilty of the disreputable practice of using the explosive and sein Court Day Dinner The Ladies Aid Society will serve dinner in the hall at the court house Monday beginning at 11 oclock Only 25cts will be charged Following is the HILL OK FA UK Old Ham Fried Chicken Mullins Coffee- t Ice Cream Cake Gilbert Nominee Pursuant to a call of W II Morgan chairman of the Dcmocrrtic Congrcs sional Committee of the Eighth Dis trio the committee met at Law renceburg and declared the lion Geo G Gilbert of Shelby ville the nominee for Congress No oth er candidate had complied with the call of the committee The lard II Carter of Anderson and R C Warren of Lincoln withdrew from the race some time ago Ifiaiiy Rattle Traps We will venture the assertion that there are more old wornout vehicles in Lancaster than any town its size in Kentucky These old are dragged across thestreets at breakneck speed each averaging some fifty thousand trips a day They kick up a dust and make a noise which is disagreeable in the extreme It does seem that a license should be put on wagons which use the streets constantly This would probably do away with some of them and the taxpayers many dollars buying rock to keep up the streets Rev C M Chumbley was aroused from 1230 Tues day night by loud on his front door Being a good Mason he made tall tracks to ascer tain and report the cause of the alarm It proved to come from two weary travelers who instead of seeking fur hither light wanted the clever minis tel to hitch them up in double liar ness TIc tied the knot in the latest as style and the couple went on their way rejoicing The young people were Mr John Grim and Miss Pearl both of Danville or Heutarkublc Speed One day last week Mr Shelby I Tribble the gentlemanly foreman of this office fed three thousand eighth sheet bills into our new C P 8th1 Gordon job press within one hour and forty minutes and never missed but three or four sheets The press was driven by steam and was certainly going over the road Tribble stuck her however but it is needless to say he didnt have time to stop and swap knives with the devil while it was being done This is the best job press in Central Kentucky and if you want to see a pretty piece of come up and look at it i being Go town- Ie led Biscuits Democratic lIon Lil sores lUltlulglat Uarrlae machinery lie rattletrap cy2 save A pleasant dreams and continued rapping a C CourtDay Jockey This is an extra fine mule Mr Hamilton He oncet kicked hailer D ve I oss County Attorney Jim Hamilton It you will get him to kick Dave agalawitb both Mad feet Ill buy him at any price you say v c I J a f i Brown will be on the street Deserter Arrested Policeman Mat Siler seems to an eye open for all classes of loofers the lane on Tuesday he arrested lloyce who is a deserter from the S army and delivered him to the manding officer at Ft Thomas Royce went from this County and listed being sent to FtSill from which post he deserted returned here Siler located him work on a farm roar town Lookout JSoym The Farris blind tiger law went effect Tuesday and Marshal tells us he is going to enforce it to letter lIe is going to watch Chute closely and every man entering a suspicious place will promptly nabbed and taken into As to the tigers it will work a on them as the Government the stamp to be posted con spicuously in the place where liquor is sold and as the Farris makes the possession of this prima facie evidence of guilt the gel men will have a pretty hard to hoc The men who visit these ti gers had best take warning as Mr Rothwell and his ellicient deputy Mr Slier are going to nab every fellow who goes into the places Coming Saturday Mr J W Rock the hustling of Richmond Elks Lodge sends word that the automobile will be here on exhibition next Saturday He will come to Paint Lick with it Fri day and get to Lancaster that remaining over night and will show the machine on the Public Square Saturday It is an Olds the very best made and cost a cool 700 cash The Elks will sell enough to pay out on it and the machine will be given to the lucky winner on the first day of the big Fair Tickets will be sold at lifty cents each All coupons will be placed in a large can the can thoroughly shaken up and some disinterested party will draw one ticket therefrom The number so urawn will win the machine It is simple in construction and with a thimbleful of sense can learn to operate it Remember the date and come to see the most wonderful of the age The Contest for Queen The contest for the selection of Queen of the Carnival at the Elks Fair is about as as this delightful spell of weather now going through with The Lancaster members have as stated in last issue placed Miss Christine in nomination and many votes been cast for her There is a mistaken idea that none but Elks can vote It is not so as anyone can vote many ballots as he chooses They are five cents each and if you want to help Lancasters entry win the honor see Louis Landram Branon Beazley any of the Elks residing here and you can have all the tickets you wish If you reside out of town and want to see your old home town win send 125 and an entire boot 25 tickets v placed in the box The Lancaster boys have tackled a strong foe in Richmond as the good people up there have on their lighting clothes but we will wager a stack of blue chips on the result coming our way The ballots counted every Monday morning and this weeks report is as follows Misses Katie Smith 2G9 Christine Bradley 205 Florrie Chenault 188 Mary Collins 100 Carlisle Chenault 68 Sue Hume 65 Sallie White 51 Sue Deatherage 26 Nancy Royce 26 Carlisle Walker 23 Bessie Lackey 22 Berthenia McCord 17 Mattie C Smith 15 Mary Shackelford 14 Anne Bennett 7 Emily Chenault 1 The Richmond Register says The chariot in which the Queen and her four maids will be drawn by four white horses will be the most beautifulvehi cle ever exhibited here There is a scheme on foot here to organize two Mother Hubbard base ball teams from among Richmond rind Lancaster Elks They are to play games in Rich mond and Lancaster the entire pro ceeds of which will be donated to thee equipment and decoration of the Queens chariot The teams will play first in this city will parade the streets in mother hubbards as the University boys did ten years ago with big Sam Lowry at the head and will be preceded by the Richmond Silver Band to the University campus where United States Senator McCrer j yjll be asked to toss the fir 11 the plate At tG game to be played i Lancaster E Qovernor Bradley will be asked to perform the same aid tben Garrard folks will witness probably the first contest between baseballists dressed in moth er hubbards of various hues and pafc terns llonda Toh int hardship requires tit secretary 700 evening tickets anyone invention Richmond c be rn I r I ha cot I e an th th see b cour warm were Bradley are across itu function V Monday is county court day come in and pay up if you the arrears Clean Up Street THE RECORD is requested to say to property owners that the law requir ing them to keep premisesfront pave ments etc cloan will be The Marshal has been in structed to report every dirty pave ment and front premises and action will be taken against the owner People ought to be decent enough to do this without being made but sonic seem to pay no attention to their premises whatever A word to the wise is sufficient JIO 16 II TOiYilINSOX Jessamine Journal HonR II Tom linson of Garrard who is receiving encouragement as a candidate Lieutenant Govenor on theDemocratic ticket was born and reared in that county He represented the county in the Legislature in the session of strictly a thereof o IIe e il enforced d t fort 1SHO and again in 1901 Mr Tomlin son has been a lifelong Democrat and his time and means are always cheer fully and freely given for the advance ment of his partys interest While always in the lead of every battle yet Mr Tomlinson is one of the most con servative of the Democrats In his speeches in past elections he was never known to vilify the enemy but on the other hand always used argument in stead of malice for amunition He is a leading lawyer in his section and a very successful one To learn a mans true character inquiry must be made of his neighbors and as every man in Garrard county has a kind word for Bob Tomlinson he can be safely counted upon as straight goods K1BO PATENT KID Kibo Patent Kid Exquisite Creation Light Flexible Much lighter and Sole more flexible tluu Leather Louis XV Heel An Ideal Dress Boot SEE THAT THIS TRADE MARK IS BRANDED ON EVERY Exact Reproduction cf tilts Style Shoe fc Reproduction We will give a pair of Queen or King Quality Shoes or Slippers FREE OF CHARGE to the Girl Boy Lady or Gentleman who can write the words QUEEN QUALITY the most times on a postal card Conditions are that the must be regular size 3 by 5i inches and must be sent through the mail to us and must be signed by contestant giving Post Office address and date and must be in our office not later than July 15th Anyone as many postal cards as they choose We sell QUEEN QUALITY Shoes and Slippers for KING QUALITY Shoes for men Our stock of Footwear complete in all grades and PRICES REASONABLE LANCASTER KY M M M M M M M M m m M M M M M M f f t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t ttAn t tSHOEiJ patent leather Louis XV heel tJ Exact of this Style Shoe FREE CONTEST 1t t i i tpostalcard irt maywrite iLadies tIS THEXLOGAN GOODS t it it n n n tt tt 4 ueenfile 1E i 1 I 4 4 49 r 9 t l 4 BRING LAUNDRY TOUS We represent the M N Laundry of LexingtonTHE LARGEST AND BEST equipped Laundry inthe state Work promptly and neatly done We make a specialty of Ladies Shirt Waists Give us a trial Satsi faction guaranteed T Logan The One Price Clothier and Furnisher YOUR Ji tKi ear nfcjLcIk37 Oil and Gas OoaMpeu Par Value of Shares 1 OO Full Paid and NonAssessable I r tilit iflk3L Ml 3a tID 6 U tsL y IoiA riJS zD J thEras erc Larlcaster E37 8t 0 I OFl rCERS Lou J Craig presidel t Geo W Palmer vice presicleut C D Walker treasurer J W llcC secretary q y W11rnrn rn m cal Tnt tc4n Money is always made by those who get valuable information EARLY on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START who do business on the ground floor there is no art in being late It is those who aie EARLY who make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men every where Experts have pronounced it unquestionably the coming field for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields ofNew York Pennsylvania and Vest Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel oil only The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques tion is who shall reap this harvest Realizing this fact this company has been quietly acquiring the cream of the oil property in this xI and act I I I heated State and knowing the importance of having its development in the hands of a trained oil expert has se cured as its manager and President Mr Lou J Craig who is up to this time the most successful oil pro ducer in the State His discovery and development of the splendid oil pool in the Bath Menefee oil fields eight months ago until then not even suspected of being there but now containing over thirty wells all strong pro ducers stamps him the foremost in Kentucky Oil Development For every dollar then invested there on the ground floor on his judge ment he now shows 1000 in oil already produced from which all feel assured investors in our com are protected as far as human foresight and can provide in oil and operations OUR act ing promptly our company has se PROPERTIESBy ij 1 We Can Save Money For Yon f 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 Rcnas i Eiraor g jjji H 2 5J al v o 0 Q Q 0 0 0 i TI fl TI tl TI tl 0 J 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 J 0 Wagon 0jj o p 0p Q p O ill 1 CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky June i9 1902 THE lion Richmond Pearson Hob son is turning up his kisser to into politics in Ala bama Lexington Leader Yes and to make a success in he will need it too BREII LIIXAIID of the Danville News speaks of us as being more George Washington like than some people Therein our good friend proves himself to be a G Wasington also TilE railroads are now figuring on Pullman cars with toilet facilities that will satisfy the women The only way out of the trouble is to give each woman a car to her self A STUDENT at Princeton broke all intercollegiate records throwing a sixteen pound hammer 164 feet This is truly remarkable we suppose The student will now return home and from a streetcorner goods box while away several years posing as a hero while Pa who never tried to throw the hammer will sweat and toil earn his heroic sons daily bread preparatory politics passengers toE WE wish that Winchester Democrat man would revive his Prowler col umn Its the best side line we ever saw in a newspaper and unlike most matter of that class holds up to the top notch all the time The Courier in Mondays issue has the startling head line Every Man Can Have his Cold Air Machine Now this is good news provided the cold air instruments will displace the hot air pumps so many men are using today PBESIDENT ROOSEVELT doubtless gave the West Point graduating class many points on military tactics in his address last week Judging from his recent speeches he is a great military man We judge from these as we didnt read up on his campaign in Cuba Bno SEMI CAMPUELI of the Journal has three heads for his political news State way Dear Sephus but the whole thing properly belongs under Judge Jewells famous and truthful title DEEP sympathy of the press boys goes out to Editor John Pearl of the London Democrat Not long since he mashed a finger in a job press which caused much pain and last week a delegation Baptist preachersswoop down upon his hustling little town there is not a chicken left in county Journal Somerset maybe of Laurel soya rate I GOV J C W BECKHAM Upon Whom the Dregree of LL D was Conferred by the Trustess of Central University Wednesday 1 r cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields where we hope to bring in a strong well very shortly We also just closed a contract to sink a 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 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 drillingin number OVER one hundred Second Lieuten ancies arc available for civilians This is a fine opening but the trouble is the examinations are too rigid for tile boys and they are afraid to tackle them Uncle Sam is quite lenient with his volunteers but is very justly particular in who he tortes into his regular service It appears that the coon songs not only please we common people out here in the brush but even the wealthy are familiar with the music Last week Millionaire Jno W Gates quoted several lines of a popular coon song into a telegram a friend Now aiiit dat a shame measly shame A MEETING of the National Credit Men was held in Louisville last week We dont know whether this means the who give credit or those who gettick If its the former the meet ing was doubtless slimly attended but if the membership consists of the lat ter class we dont see how they all got into the city limits PRESIDENT PATTERSON the State College in his report on recent trou bles at the school accuses a hostile and unscrupulous press of fomenting Like many others who hold public positions he has concluded that the press has no business his acts We dont know anything about the troubles of the school and care much less but a hostile and un SOME rooster up at Andover Mass sent TIlE RECORD an article about half column long on the Preservation of American Antiquities which he is kind enough to let us use We know whether our readers are much worried over the subject but just now we are using all our space in an effort to make money to buy blackberries and sich for Preservation here at home and will have to decline the generous offer MARKSBURY Delayed Letter Mrs Belle Perkins sold to Wm Law son 34 lambs averaging 83J pounds at cents Mrs J I Hamilton of Lancaster ited Miss last week A little daughter came as a nent resident to the home of Mr and Mrs Clyde Hughes Wednesday June 4th Mrs Victor Rice gave a dining to several friends last week Mrs Charles Burdett and handsome little daughters of Hvattsville visited friends and relatives here last week Mrs Fannie Pollard and daughter Mrs Price Bourne and little son Charles Mason visited Mrs J T Cecil at Dan ville last Thursday Misses Julia Parks and Alice Daly of Danville spent Friday with Misses Carrie and Mary Durham Mrs Margaret Sut ton has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Ben Hughes at Lan ter Rev Stallings Misses Sallie Herring and Pearl Aldridge let tTues to attend the State Baptist Asso ciation at London John W Woods has 150 barrels corn white and yellow for sale BRYANTSVILLE Miss Nora Virgie and Price Clark visited Mr and Mrs J S Haselden Miss Hattie and Ellen Caldwell of Danville were the guests of the Misses Dunn last week Miss Mamie Ballard has returned from relatives in Lexingtpn by her cousin Annie Lee Wol ford who will spend several weeks with her Mr James Hills and son John spent several days last week with relatives near Lancaster Mrs John Ballard visited here last week Mrs Good of Crab visited relatives here last week has been the guest of her brothers the McCamels the past two weeks Miss Maud Van tells has returned from a visit to relatives in Jessamine Mrs George Ballard and son Richard and little daughter Annie B visited Mr Richard Ballard last C Becker went to Nicholasville on a business trip last week A daughter of John fell from a swing and was badly hurt Mr Ida Shearer was struck by lightning while out in his field on last Wednesday he is now able to be out again f andwords des ensions discussing tom Sue Sutton perm a picked I UJ Sunday visiting accompanied andchildren Orchard Mrs Ebb Cooley Greg n men d day week C n oat 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 tracts within a hundred yards of us are to be drilled as soon as derricks can be erected and placed Not less than 100 other wells are under contract in the vicinity so we are entirely stir rounded by this development and ducers on the four sides ofus which absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and weekand severalother few splendid machinery HAJIMACK Everyone you see has something to say about mad dogs in this vicinity Mr James Ross who has been very sick was able to be out to church Sun day Mr and Mrs Wm Lawson vis ited at Mr Ebb Cooks Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Parks visited Mrs Parks parents Sunday Mrs Mary Elam is very low Miss Lucie Comney visited at Mrs Sarah Ham macks last week Messrs Ode Green Hiram Arnold and fiance Bennett visited at Mrs Sarah Ilammacks Mr and Mrs Horace Ilerndon visited Mrs Ice Lawson Sun day J C Clouse and Wm Campbell sold 5 hogs to Sweeney Morgan for So 75 per hundred The meeting conducted by Rev Lunsford at Lawson Chapel closed with two additions There will be a Sunday school exhi bition and Childrens Day at Good Hope on the 3rd Sunday in July There will be lunch on the ground and an address on Sunday school work by the pastor and others after dinner Rev Murrell visited W II Purr Sat urday evening and Sunday Hugh Ball and wife visited at Joseph Balls Sunday Rev Reeves of Hammack visited W II Purr Monday Mrs Joe Ball visited her son Hugh Ball and wife Monday Fado Parks and James Ross visited at Flatwood Sun McCREARY Crowded Out Last Issue Beans and potatoes arc on the here now and all feel happy Sweeney Morgan bought from R L Burton a few lambs at Sic and from other parties a car load at 5 to 5ic J B Sanders bought of Zack Simp 14 225 lb hogs at Oi also from John Hill 25 200 lb hogs at Jjc R L Burton sold to Sanders and Walker for August delivery 20 8501b heifers at 4c Sanders Walker bought of Lish George Saddler sold J B Sanders 30 barrels corn delivered at 3 per barrel John Hill and Cecil Broaddus have gone to Casey county to buy hogs Tobacco all about set There will be a short crop in this neighborhood Wheat also is a very poor prospect Ed Simpson and Steve Hill each have purchased a new rubber tire the girls can ride now banders Walker shipped a car load of hngs to Cincinnati for which they received 690 straight Robert Gulley bought a horse from Broaddus for 115 Roy Beazley sold to Alex one fouryearold mule for 100 Fox Lawson bought of Nath Bo gie 50 lambs at 5c Sanders Walker bought of Brutus Wearen 14 hogs at Gc Zack Simpson bought of J B Sanders one sow and five shoats for 48 Noah Marsee of Bourne was at our place looking for a farm He offered George Saddler 50 per acre but Mr Saddler would not sell at that very much improved Mrs M C Wearren of Danville has been her mother at Teatersville Miss Mynnie Pherigo came over from Nicholasville Saturday and remained till Monday with her parents much to the delight of and her many friends Miss Ollie Hackley a from Beuna Vista visited Miss 01 lie Pherigo this week Misses Jen nie and Pearl of Illinois are visiting relatives here Miss Flor ence Catron has returned from a de lightful visit to Somerset Miss Ma ry Thompson Lancaster was with Miss Annie Yantis Sunday Miss Nell Johnston is visiting Miss Mag Patterson Mr and Mrs Kinnaird Warner and Miss Bessie Gulley attend ed the closing exercises of MissAllie Dunns school last week at Bryants Dyspepsia Cure Plf sto what Sunday Sarar e- Querry day Junes buggyso Layton Laytonvisit- ing them beauty Hardin f vllle KotIol J ILAT WOODS market tf S o ii St- tt other Companies operating in this oil pool have promptly withdrawn their stock from sale and we believe we are the only company in this immediate oil who has not done so For the purpose of rais ing funds for immediate including tanks and pipe line our company now offers for sale Twenty Thousand Shares of its capital stock at par 100 per share in upEvery will own an interest in all the of this company Those who got in on the ground floor in the Stickford Sunny Brook Mt Ster already cleared hundreds of thous ands oi dollars and it will grow to millions during this year and we are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good for tune companieshere development properties BUENA VISTA Mr John Robinson of Danville is guest of his mother and sister W Mr James Robinson and wife relatives in Mercer last week Mrs fiiry Spilman accompanied by her randdaughter Miss Bessie Bolton visited Mrs G R Spilman and wife in Danville last week Mr Goode aged 9 and daughter Miss Sallie from Hustonville spent several days last week with Mr Goodes daughter Irs Albert Spinner Wallace Mc a special operator at Somerset arrive Wednesday to visit rela and friends Misses Mary and Nary Tomlinson visited Vansant in Harrodsburg one day week Miss Lucretia Skinner Master Robert Bastin have re to Lancaster James Smith returned from a business trip to county Gatewood Pryor sold to A T Scott 5 for 838 average 122 lbs YVm Christopher sold to Taylor two yearlings for beeves at also one sow and pigs to Alfred for S12 H Smith sold to Henry Ward one for 35 W P Ruble and Wiliiams sold G50 to J F Sanders of Louisville at First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I prepared to do firstclass SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING r J workPAPER HANGING on short notice elegant on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store HMHHMH REFRIGERATORS ICE BOXES j ji CREAM FREEZERS ICE CLAUS I ICE TONGS I ICE SKATES ICE CEEAH SERVES See our line and get our prices J R visited ives Robinson Theyboughtinson experience t COOLERS and ICE PICKS HaS lde rs JABEAZLEYCQ FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line o f FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low t tt IN CONCLUSION We guar antee that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company shall be and wise as human fore sight can provide expended in the development of Companys prop erty That no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in divid nds to all the holders of its If yon desire to invest NOW We need your money NOW for development purposes We will NOT need it LATER When we have brought iu the first two wells the be withdrawn from sale entirely We refer to every Bank or business countyAddress to theSecretary 1Ji 61 ja divi lendpaying basis and has Icapitalstock y stockwill Z y ns f4 economically Y actually invests The season has arrived for Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS ve have ever shown Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store 1 S I i S t Come Us Correct Styles Handsome Patterns LQ w PRICESOur Stock is Complete and of Latest Line of fine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLiE D TILLETT To FOR Cre ions and 5 i PAINT We have all kinds of kinds gw of purposes We can supply your J every want in the Paint line Sat the very lowest prices f possible 1 House Paint Wagon 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 0 9 Q Paints fora II o 0 2 SQ 2 g i 0 0 Qo 2 0 0 s n 0 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0- o 0 0 o 0 0 00 o 0y Q 0 00060oooooa ocoGO ooo ao oc o a o O C- Q3c= c I c 3 C V Z00 OJs z o cEc 5 IcJI1 r CC 5 z Cs S 0 d dCCz 0Pot Z 5 a 8 = is g- S 0 oc g Z zZ u a za W 4QO O- O N rte rr r u Cap 41 rr ywJ r 4cA UL c C o r PillsleDont ytemporarilY constipationby bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics 9H compels continual and increasing doses to ma attain results l acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mining Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE e1 to LOOK HERE NEXT WEEK K mmSuccessor to J C Robinson n oS r 1- S 1 Budget of Local Gossip A Brief Mention of tlie Coming and Goinss of People We All Know Mr T B Long was in Danville yes terday Miss Elsie Palmer is visiting in Kirksville Mrs A D Ford is in the country visiting relatives Miss Louise Farris is visiting rela tives in Silver Creek Miss Mollie F Smith has resigned her position in Batsons store Miss Christine Bradley gave a ping pong party Thursday evening Miss Nell Johnston is visiting her friend Mrs Burk of Junction City Miss Daisy Collier of Danville is visiting her cousin Miss Ann Hill Mr George Palmer a Louisville drummer has been here a few days Willie Fox Logan is visiting his aunt Mrs J P Sandifer in Covington Mr and Mrs Josh Dunn of Brod head were guests of relatives last weekSeveral circus parties will be made up among the young people this Mrs Mary Reid has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Ford of Lex ingtonMrs Wilbur Morris of Tennessee is the guest of her sister Mrs D R Collier Miss A rchie Hunter is visiting Misses Cora and Gertrude Shugars of Nicho lasvilleDr B Kinnaird was called to Lexington Monday night to see a patientMiss Lena Rigney is attending a houseparty given by Misses Cotton DanvilleShelby Tribble of Tins RECORD office spent Sunday with his mother RichmondMessrs T Rice and James Crutcher of Richmond were vistors here Sunday C D Powell and Miss Eliza er were with friends in Sunday A H Rice of Nashville Tenn has been visiting his wife at Mr II A B Marksburys Miss Bessie Brewer of Lebanon is the popular guest of her aunt Mrs Terrill Layton Rev Chumbley will preach at West t relatives afternoon Mrs Richmond I i f I Peerless The only Freezer that will freeze fruit Will freeze Cream in half the time the White Mountain or any other fiSezer with one half the ice The best freezer made For Sale by HJ Ballon Son IcelanD freezer l 4 Point Schoolhouse Sunday afternoon at three oclock Miss Marie Joseph left Sunday for Eaton Ohio to spend the summer with Miss Ada Fox Misses Pearl Aldridge and Sallie Herring the General at London Miss Jennie Galley has returned to her home in McCreary accompanied by Miss Ethyle West Mrs Ernest Sprague and Mrs Wintersmith of Louisville are guests of Mrs Will Cook Misses MarjraretandPauline IIocker of Stanford are with their grand par eats Mr and Mrs A E Denny Miss Theo Ilemphill has returned from a delightful visit to her aunt Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville Danville Advocate Mrs M P Frisbie of Lancaster has been visit ing her brother Mr W C Price Mr Lewis L Walker is olis this week looking after some legal matters TIe will return tomorrow Miss Minnie Dykes of Richmond will be with Mrs J E tomor row and will take part in the contest Mr and Mrs Ed Sweeney and baby of Junction City were guests of Dr and Miss Emma Hood Danville Axe Rev Mr Chumbley went to Leba non Friday on church business return ing in time to lill his appointments here Sunday Miss Sikinner the polite and accom modating operator at the telephone exchange is back at her post of duty much improved by a weeks vacation Saturdays Louisville Times con tained a good picture of Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington who has many friends and acquintances in Lancaster The Saturdays tained splendid pictures of Misses Mattie Mae Leaven and Madelee Maret popular young ladies of Bryants vine Misses Florence and Willie Belle Burnside are in Lebanon the guests of Miss Bessie Johnston While there a ping pong party will be given in their honor Tribble passed through our town last week enroute home from Stanford where she resigned her posi tion with J P Jones Co as clerk to accept a school near Richmond Col L F Hubble has our thanks for a neat folder setting forth the many attractions at Old Rockcastle Springs this season This is a popular place and the season promises to be a good one Mrs Dr J A Amon who has been under treatment of a specialist in Louisville has recpvered to return home Her many friends are glad to know that the trip was successful Mr Perry Hill of Columbus Kansas paid us a call yesterday He was born on Scotts Fork this county but left in 53 and this is the first visit to his old home He is a son of Isiah Hill and widely connected in Garrard Many Lancaster people remember with much pleasure the visit of Miss Gonzella Byrne of Selma Ala to this city last summer They are equally delighted to know that she will return next week and take part in the vocal contest She is an exceedingly hand some young lady and a musician of of great ability Mrs Pattie Hays who has been as day operator at the local exchange during the absence of the regular operator returned to her home in Stanford Sunday Mrs Hays is an expert operator and gave the greatest satisfaction to the customers She is exceedingly polite and accom modating Danville News Miss Julia May Gaines left Wednesday night for New port Tenn for quite an extended visit Miss Anne Hill has returned to her home in Lancaster panied by her cousin Iiss Daisy Col Her Mr Henry B Hackley of Cuidad Profio Diaz Mexico returned home Wednesday after a visit to his mother Mrs Mary B Hackley Col W S Ferguson is up from Cov ington looking after his farm near fawn Col Fergusons many friends 5 y att nded Association Theodore in Stormes mes con Miss AIIie acting telephone Indiana Louisville f sufficient ace P om is are delighted to know that the throat trouble recently bothering him has disappeared and he can tell a fish yarn as loud as any of the local G Wash ing tons And we suspect will cuss as loud when he sees that Col we have added to his name in this item as he wants to be called plain Will CourierJournal Mr Joseph P Sandifer of the Union Savings Bank and Trust Co of Cincinnati was in the city last night stopping at the Louisville Hotel lie is out on the first vacation he has had and came down to Louisville on one of the steamers merely for the diversion The institution with which Mr Sandi fer is connected now occupies natis skyscraper the seventeen story steel building erected for the company Mr Sandifer was formerly of Lancaster Ky where he held the position for many years of cashier of Citizens National Dank Every season this resort has been advertised as being repaired etc but nothing much in that direction could ever be seen This season however the work is there for itself and a will show many marked improve ments on the buildings and grounds The table was as good as one could desire last season but this year it is the best we have ever seen Mr assisted by his estimable wife look after the welfare of each guest and have personal supervision over the kitchen and pining rooms A great many guests are there now and the hot weather will soon bring in many more The opening ball will be given tomorrow night Fridayand a evening is anticipated Danville Advocate Mrs G N Jean who has been quite ill is improving Mr and Mrs Dave Dunn are spending this week in Garrard county the guests of friends Mr Dave Dunn of Bryantsville has accepted a posi tion with the Danville Ice and Coal Co as advertising agent Mr and Mrs Josh Dunn passed through here today en route to Martinsville where they will spend sonic time Mr Dunn who is a sufferer from rheumatism hopes to be benelitted Secretary Harry Robinson of the D and D spent Saturday and Sunday at his home in Garrard county Mr John Chestnut has been confined to his room over two months with a severe attack of rheumatism is rapidly con valescing lIe hopes to be able to re sume his position on the road by the first of July A Splendid Entertainment The entertainment given at the opera house Monday evening by the young people of Bryantsville under the capable management of Miss lie Dunn was one of the most ever given in cur little city Those taking part showed careful training and preparation and each number was roundly applauded The audience was not as large as it should have been but the people seem to talc little interest in entertainments lately it being a fact that none of those at the Opera House last winter received more than half a house full of peoples The en tertainment Monday evening was highly enjoyed by those present and all were delighted Miss Dunn who an exceedingly attractive young la dy proved her great ability in getting up entertainments and many compli ments were passed upon her splendid work Every number on the program was carried out without the least fault and we regret that lack of space prevents special mention of In Memory of Mrs Gill Whereas God in His infinite has taken our ueioveu yident from a bed of suffering to dwell Him and we bow in humble submis sion We know He doeth all things for the best yet our hearts are sad for we miss her oh so much Her life was a benediction her faith her hope her trust and in her death a beautiful page could be written Oh she said Heaven is real and with hands clasped in ecstacy Oh joy Blessed Saviour I see I see Dont you see them the Angel faces and Jesus awaiting me too Tis real this heavenly vision O blessed thrice blessed dear Saviour 0 joy of eternal life Be happy dear loved ones and trust Him For the boatman is coming for me I am almost over the river The billows 1 fear not today For Jesus will pilot me safely And Ill watch for your coming some day The Womens Christian Temperance Union has in sister Margaret Gills death suffered a great loss She was always at the meetings her health permitting faithful and true to her convictions of right Her kind and sympathetic heart was ever ready to lend a helping hand to those in the poor and needy were never turned away We extend to her be reaved children and family our ten derest sympathy The legacy of that mothers Christian life is a priceless heritage We would say to the trust your mothers God He will never leave nor forsake you Mrs Fannie Farra Mrs Rebecca West Miss Amanda Anderson Mrs Robert Stone committee 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 ladles 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 June 18th lars later E H Beazley Mgr tf ti entirely visit Willis delightful A 1 enjoyable each wisdom trouble children for Full Vinci ho wit verCised part n cu a T sun in Tim mine We have been running a in Lancaster for eighteen years and our long experience has enabled us to know the wants of our customers If you want firstclass work call on us Shop in Garrard Hotel building tf Henry Duncan Notice to Contractors I will receive sealed bids until June 20th for erecting complete a two sto ry brick house to be situated on Campbell street Plans and specific trons may be seen at my coal ollice near depot Right reserved to reject any and all bids J WilliamsLan caster Ky ju53t- We make no nourish of trumpets but if you want the best dry goods etc that money will buy come t us and you can get them at reasonable prices J Josep nine Gem Coal I have the above coal which is well known everywhere Will keep on hand constantly J T We do not shove off outofdate goods on our customers We buy at right figures and sell at a reasonable profit Thats why we have teen in Lancaster so long J Joseph 1 The ISSN ol tilt Season The Contest at Stanford on night of June IS will be far ahead of any ever held in this vicinity None but the best speakers will be heard and tremendous crowd will attend See Saufley Hughes at once and secure a seat Lancaster will be represented by Miss Jessie her subject being Archie Dean and the Garrard county people should go over and ap plaud for her tf Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E Save laundry bills by using rubber collars the latest styles at tthe Racket Large spools basting thread for 5c The Racket Store Three rooms for rent in Thompson block Richmond avenue Call n J C Thompson v- v Hammocks life line to 8500 each at For Rein Front room back room adjoining Rent reasonable Over our store tf T B Walker Son If you want the pure Southern Millet get it at T AVaiiicd Car load Iron Good price paid II 15 Northcott Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed them International Stock food Sold by T Currey Make your lambs grow feed them International Currey Lime For Sale Just received a car load of bull and barrel lime II C Northcott Notice The June meeting of Lancaster No 21 will take place on Friday the 20th at Odd Fellows Hall All the members earnestly requested to be present and bring your friends Meeting free and open to the bublic O T Wallace Pres We are the people if you want the best goods for the least money Our long stay in Lancaster is proof sufli cient that we deal on the square and treat all alike J Joseph Common School Examination Laminations for white certificates u in common schools will be held June 20 tu 3id 21st Examinations for colored teachers for certificates to teach in the schools will be held June 27 and 28 Examinations will be held at the court house Mrs L L Walker County Supt The neal Thing The Ninth Annual Elocutionary Contest to be held in Stanford June 20th is not an imitation of something else but stands on its own merits These contests have always been largely attended and have never been nor will they ever be surpassed by any contests The mussc this year will be finest ever heard in Stanford Dont forget the date and secure your seats now E II Beazley Mgr Telephone Stock For Sale Two hundred and fifty shares of stock in the Bastin Telephone Company guaranteed to pay a of six per cent per annum will be sold for cash at par value ton dol tars 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 Call on or address William Herndon Attorney Kentucky Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap and neat We have the finest and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz florentines tap estries stripes and Morals We will do work any where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster ICy 2203m The subscribers to the Parsonage fund are requested to pay as soon as possible to W H Kinnaird Treasurer one hall of their subscriptions H Wherritt Ohm El C m 33tt i barbershop Williams54t t Doty Store 100 German Curreys Stock food sold by I Alliance t ach common preferred dividend investment cheapest W G nlY teachers or H M H H H H H Business and Bargains H M U M H M H M H See the fancy hose at Josephs QFans Ic to lOc at the Racket store Lace mits and gloves at Dont the weather Frisbies soda is in full blast GAll carriage work done on short no tice at W J Romans Silk Mull for dresses at Josepb s All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Joseph Buy paint supplies at Frisbies and get the best money All the leadhigMagazmesatFrisbies drug store New line of summer dimmities at Josephs is the time to have your old buggy surrey and wood wagon and repaired at W J Romans Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs We make your old vehicle as as new for a very little money W J Romans Deering sisal binder machine oil and all kinds of repairs at Gaines Bros office at II M Ballous store See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs Bargains every day at the Racket store House get everything needed at Frisbips drug store You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancaster All the shades J Joseph Come and see us if you want any kind of vehicle old hickory wagon or buggy harness Romans Elmore A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Leavers Placing Mill ma15tf Dont forget that we handle the old Hickory farm wagon Romans El If you have not paid your taxes you will find Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning save cost by paying before we your name Sanders Ward We have too many buggies surreys phaetons and road wagons You can get a great bargain now at Romans Elmores 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 Our stock of slippers and shoes be surpassed We an give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey Machine needles and oil at Thompsons Japalac varnish for furniture and all wood work at Thompsons I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey If you want the most stylish dress goods ribbons trimmings etc go to J Joseph You the best We put off no old stock on you We have the most complete system and the best machinery for putting on rubber tires of anyone Use theWing tire which is conceded the best Price right Call and examine at Conns Carriage shop Well well well We are still the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shad der Come in and we will show you J Joseph Entries in Ninth Annual Contest The following young ladies have the Ninth Annual Contest to be held in Stanford June 20th Misses Florence Burnide Lancaster Maud Pope Danville Myrtle Britton lIar rodsbnrg Maria Walker Flemings burg Sara Daniels Paris Anna Darst Polly Traylor Stanford Ruby Hack ney London Jennie Houchings Bar rodsburg Graded School Lillie Leavel Hamilton Female College E H Beazlev manager Saved From an Awful Fate Everybody said I had writes Mrs A M Shields of Chambersburg Pa I was so low after six months of severe sickness caused by Hay Fever and Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the marvelous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption used it and was completely cured For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases- it is the safest cure in the world and is infallible for Coughs Colds andBron chial Affections Guaranteed battles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co faint Lick JUtt t f i V Josephs fo din for st Now cleaner lan latest Notice more Sanders nd can Feed I supplying entered consumption t comply about r painted i good s twine reach C cannot trill FOlt V o are authorized to announce G G GILBEKTorSlielby connty as u candidate for Cougress In this the Eighth district subject to the notion of the Democratic party RflOHE SAVED- BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Gold This wonderful medicine positive cures Cold Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Ha FeverPleurisy Hoarsenessrtv A w cough NO CURE KO PAY Price 50c SI Trial Bottle Free Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you eat IT WILL BE RIGHT IF YOU SEND YOUR MUiDRY WORK TO US defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours PROMPTNESSGOOD GENERAL SATISFACTION- We make a specialty of Family Washing this de partment being under the sole charge of ladies Danville Steam Lamty I SMITH CUKKEY Agents Lancaster Ky f LiVES AndLung Croup and Ve t 1 I t r G5m F I CONGRESS ASE t 8 I C v J 1 J IF YOUR COLLARS COULD TALK how they would groan when the life is crushed out of them by high pressure machinery Our work is ironed by low pressure machinery which the lite ofthe linen many months also produces a finish that is not excelled in any city A card or phone will bring a wagon M N LAUNDRY 51 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky A T On and after June ist we will close out our large stock of goods AT COST FOR CASK It consists of 10000 WORTH OF Dry Goods Notions Shoes Cloth ing Furnishing Goods Hats Rant ware Tinware Cooking Stoves Queensware Furnituae Sewing Machines Wagons Plows Double Shovels Wagonrna kers supplies Bugg Rims and Spokes Etc Etc Everything AT COST except Gro ceries and Drugs Come early and get the choice of the lines Bryantsville Ky flT 11 prolongs V COST J x nUNS CO S Cultivators C We Can Supply Your Every Want I I J Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SOS t Successors to J M Higginbotham t FOX IS COMING FOX is unformly successful on his Portraits by Photography Young or Old It would afford you pleasure to pay a visit to the New Fox Stu dio Opposite the Court House Lancaster if you wish to see Modern York You will be shown every courtesy and need not feel obliged to buy The obliagation will be ours Open for Business June 24th 1902 For the Present samples can be inspected at the Logan Dry Goods Co t t t tE t f iCutlery e THE FOX STUDIO Opposite Court House Danville Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OF f WILL BEAT THE VERANDA HOTEL Stanford Ky Monday Tuesday July 7th and 8th Dont neglect your eyes your best friend If your eyes trouble you or you suffer from periodical or sick head aches consult Dr Goldstein and get reliefEYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT tAw Lancaster Ky Once orer ThoHipaona totr KyWednesday aw and to the look for health and w happiness How great is the parents responsibility and how important that vij I no taint of disease is left in the blood to be transmitted to the helpless child entailing the most W pitiable suffering and marking its little body with offen sive sores and eruptions of the nose and throat weak eyes glandular swellings brittle bones white swelling and deformity How can look upon such little sufferers and not reproach themselves for bringing so much misery into the world If you have any disease lurking in your system how can you expect well healthy children Cleanse vou have not enlarged your of life but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity and made blood troubles as S S S It searches out even poisons and removes every taint from the blood and up the general health If weaklings are growing up around you right the wrong by S putting them on a course of S S S at once It is a purely vegetable medicine harmless in its effects and can be taken by both old and young without fear of any bad results Write us about your case and let our physicians advise and help you This will cost you nothing and we will also send our book on blood and Skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga P I It is the right of every child to be well born ar n s ft50it f1 fl- i 0 G ill own bloodand build up your health and only capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures mankind healthier and happier There is no remedy that so surely reaches deepseatedstubborn 1- c must incon- ceivablyRCSOllS Of Interest to Fiirnisrs Items From Hero 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 Canada buys of American agricultu ral implements 2000000 worth a year One of the fire department horses in Baltimore is emtremely fond of cheese and eats it with relish The forestry of the Philippines the richest in variety in the world The hard woods are unex celled The sugar crop of the Philippine islands in a normal year has been 300 000 tons and was produced principally in the center of Luzon the island of Negros Cebu and Panay Chronic bronchial troubles and sum mcr coughs can be quickly and by Foleys Honey and Tar C C J E Stormes lin Since he began yachting about fifty years ago Lord Brassey has sailed nearly 322000 miles in a dozen yachts of varying tonage Secretary Coburn gives 5951000 acres as the area sown this season to winter wheat in the State of which per cent has been plowed up or aban May 21 averaged 57G which is as having been advanced several points by the rains since then These estimates point to over 40000000 bushels For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver bowels effecting a quick and nent For sale by R E druggist 1m Speaking of the appearance of the seventeenyear locusts an aged farmer says They bring no good with them Ive noticed that when they make their appearance that the summer months are extremely hot and that it will be a year of severe electrical storms and floods Many people will not believe what I am telling you but it is a fact and I am not the least su perstitiousA couple coming homo last Sunday evening from a buggy ride feel asleep and the horse walked into town When found he had her ear in his mouth and her eyes heavenward so that the whites looked like a china saucer His arm around her waist and her arms were both about his neck and they seemed mad when they were awakened Hig ginsport Record Fleming county farmers are prospects for about half a crop of wheat this year The rains have brought out the crop considerably but it was damaged badly during the and cannot make an average crop even under the most favorable from now on Tobacco plants are Ieported scarce but it is thought that they will be more plentiful in late beds During the past week few parties have set out some plants but as yet few of the plants are large enough Mothers Friend A Promoter of Health KoMM i Ifetend puts comfort nnd ease In m anted womans back limbs She applies It eztenudlr o dosing and swallowing of nasty liniment strengthens Invigorates and I ens the muscular tissues gives I W I ap throughout the pregnancymorning escaped It I and quiets the nerves and almost pain lewlr passed Bright sweet healthy are born under the conditions wrought by Mothers Friend and the maulers soon rallies Women who dread the para mount iasue are ignorant of the that art and science do give assisting nature in this where the mothers is of importance to that of the child who is born All reliable druggists have Mother Friend sad the price Is 91 per A worthy book Motherhood will be sent free M application to TIE MJWIBA UfitJLim Cfc HUIIi CJU Ii n s i T C Slier lim- burger evident is almost relieved donedleaving regarded reporting winter circumstances drugso J tendonssinews It Is Intendedsolely for no pliedregularly 1 lea I e ana rollc i ti r event h t Frank W McKee on Monday deliv here 207 lambs averaging 70 Ibs that he sold to Mr Jones of George at SC10 Frank matured 307 lambs ewes an average of more than H lambs per ewe which is the best showing we have heard of John Arnett has bought between 15 000 and 20000 Ibs of wool at 16 cts to He bought 800 lbs Monday from J V Mahin Jessamine at 17c Fantley Johnson refused Socts for his old crop of wheat Monday An of 80 cts for the growing crop was made Monday and was declined Woodford Sun It is predicted on all sides that eggs will be very high next winter Cold storage companies are now buying eggs and paying good prices for them be stored and sold next winter They are buying these eggs at from 14 to 16 cents per dozen now in cold stor age centers and they will sell them next winter at from 20 to 30 cts per dozen If these eggs will bring that price fresh eggs should bring more Farmers wives should make their ar rangements to have plenty of hens on hand next winter and should see that they are in good working order Pro vide comfortable quarters for them and there is no doubt but that you will be well paid for your time and trouble An observing farmer says There are some curious things about corn and one is where do the red and speckled ears come from when you do not plant any but white corn And another is why dont we find an ear with an odd number of rows on it You can find a four leaf clover but you never found an odd row on an ear of corn yet It is always fourteensix teen twenty or some other even num ber and we would like to know about its mathematics and what objections nature has in these instances to odd numbers The changed conditions of stock raising in this country are well illus trated by the dispatch printed below A few years ago the Texas steer was a hissing and a byword The dispatch says Another new record price for cattle at the Kansas City steck yards was recorded Wednesday when two cars averaging 1475 poundssold at 7 50 the highest price ever paid here Thirty prime heavy steers averaging 1636 pounds sold yesterday at 740 which was the highest price reached on this market since 1882 Two car loads of 1100 pound steers sold for SO 80a record breaking price atthe stock yards and weights considered the highest price paid at any market The cattle were shipped from Walnut Grove Texas We have read of Maud on a summer day who barefooted raked the new mown hay we have heard of the maid the early morn who milked the cow with a crumpled horn and we heard the lay the poets sing of the rustling corn and the flowers of spring but of all the lays of tongue or pen there is naught like the lay of the American hen Long before Maud ever raked the hay the American hen begun to lay and ere the milk maid stirs a peg then the American hen has dropped her egg the corn must hustle and the birds of spring if they hold their own with the barnyard ring Long live the American hen May her comb grow red as the rose in May as the eggs roll the mortgage from the farm away MARKSBUKY Speed Boner Sold to Dr Mack a nice horse for 100 Victor Rice sold a few days ago a nice harse for 123 Mrs John Royston died at her home Monday June 16 of a complication of diseases She leaves an aged father husband and four children to mourn her loss She was an affectionate daughter wife and mother and a kind neighborher aimiable Christian will long be remembered by those who knew her The bereaved have the sympathy of the entire After funeral services at the Grove church her remains were laid to rest in the Danville Cemetery Mr Howard Rice and wife of and Dolph Rice and wifeof Dan Tille are spending the week with Mrs Mary Rice Dr Krlsbaum of and Miss Krlsbaum of Louis ville have guests of Mr Jno Simpson and family Master Jas relatives in Madison accompanied Master Russell Brown Mr and Mrs Lee Riker of Harrodsburg spent Sat urday and Sunday with Bogie and wife Miss Lee Herring Wednesday from Georgetown Col a to town offer din shave Elliott character community Nashville Danville beenthe L Dunn has returned from a visit N H returned red from 194 Sets o Ii rj q lege Mr James Lytio Koyston of St Louts is expected in a few weeks to visit his niece Miss Georgia Dunn Attorney Joe C Saylor of Pine ville visited friends here and dined Sunday at tIle hospitable home of Mr T I Herring PHEACHE11SVILLE Born to the wife of J L Anderson 10i ID girl Jones is stepping high Mr F F Cummins and family have moved to Corbin We heartily them to the people of that town Mr A C Sine is pressing his work in search of lead and he is very hopeful valuable strike Rev Martin Watts has been giving some entertainments at the Masonic lodge consisting of bible scenes etc which is very interesting J L Hutchins bought a mare from A B Cockrell for 70 J P Rogers sold a horse to J I for a fair price J M Cress sold one hog to J C Fox for 1225 W McITutchins sold 5 hogs to J C Fox for 56 Wm six 120 Ib hogs to A J Thompson at Gc The sale of F F Cummins was well attended and most brought fair price hogs Gc cows from 28 to 3250 W II Brown has gone to Rockcastle county after some hogs and sheep J P Rogers bought a horse from J for 75 Several from this place will attend the Childrens Day at Cartersville Sunday Miss Rinda Pettus has been visiting her sister at Stanford W H Miller has gone toBrodhead to see his daugh ter Mrs Anderson J M Cress and wife have been visiting L Kings family at Hubble gins and family of Somerse are vis iting Mrs G W El more and wife were visiting their mother at Walnut Flat Sunday Prof Bishop Revs G G Ragan R II Hobbs and Miss Millie Hobbs attend ed the District Conference at More land last week On the first indication of kidney rouble stop it by taking Foleys Cure C C J E Stormes 1m Women rarely accept an explanation which does not coincide with their own views 2o good health unless the kidneys are sound Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys right C C J E Men dislike to have their opinions controverted by facts presented by a woman Tax on liabies Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge the childrens tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the dig estion of their food so that they soon become strong healthy and active 25c at R E McRoberts 1m Fortunate is the man who learns a lesson from the experience of his neighbor A Splendid Kemecly Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumba go and sciatic qains yield to the pen etrating influence of Ballards Snow Liniment It penetrates to the and bone and being absorbed the blood its healing properties conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderlul cures D F Moore Agent Illinois Central Railway Milan Tenn states I Ballards Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc in my family It is splendid remedy We could not do without it 25c 50c and 100 at R McRoberts 1m It makes a few feel cheap to be told that every man has his price Of what does a bad taste in your mouth remind you It indicates that your stomach is in bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing sogood for such a disorder as Cham berlains Stomach Liver Tablets after having once used them They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For sale at 25 cents per box by R E McRoberts druggist Ini One good turn may deserve another but it doesnt always get it Read It In His Newspaper George Schaub a well known Ger man citizen of New Lebanon Ohlois a constant reader of the Dayton Volks zeitung He knows that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its columns and when hn Jams Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate buying a bottle of it for his wife who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in and could get no relief He says After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me I feel as though born anew and before using tle contents of the bottle the pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties He is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by R E McRoberts Druggist im For have three red horn Bulls for sale at reasonable pri ces Apply to James Spilhnan Beuna Vista Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure yojLggtt s n I I I 8 commend ofa Hamilton everything B C Mrs Juda lug King Menifee 11 Kidney Storn 8 nerves Ut saw Chamber her back entire unbearable SaleI Shortl- Y june 192t tore Norton in a N ha reused 4 i 4 I U O et Je iy t Yiuitl 1 used DcWittAvWiteh Hazel Salve for piles and found it a certain euro says S II Mered ill W ilov G rove Del unnecessary to cure piles They always yield to De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Cures skin diseases all kinds of wounds Accept no counter feits 1m of There are some men who carry pock mirrors and take an occasional peep Illlliy ciuples in India Sacred cows often defile India tern pies but worse yet is a body thats pol luted by constipation Dont permit it Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Life Pills and avoid misery They give lively livers active bowels good digestion fine ap petite Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish drug store Paint Lick 1m Some men tell exaggerated stories in a way to carry the stamp of truth Lends Then All One Minute Cough Cure beats all other medecine 1 ever tried for coughs colds croup and throat and lung troubles Scott of Logan ton Pa One Minute is which acts immediately Mothers everywhere testify to the good it has done their little ones Croup is so sudden in its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late It yields at once to One Minute Cough Cure Pleasant to take Children like it Sure cure for grip bronchitis coughs Women with a fad are apt to close their eyes to the real things of life Spring Fever Spring fever is another name iousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid liver and in active bowels mean a poisoned system If neglected serious illness may fol low such symptoms DeWitts Little Early Risers remove all danger stimulating the liver opening the bowels and cleaning the system of im purities Safe pills Never gripe I have taken DeWitts Little Early Risers for torpid liver every spring for years writes R M Everly Mounds vilie W Va They do me more good than anything I have ever tried A chronic grumbler objects to being regarded as such by his friends Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance in medicine is by druggist G W Roberts of Elizabeth WVa An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incur able cancer They believed his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve ex erts its matchless healing poweer blood diseases skin eruptions ulcers and sores vanish Bitters Salve 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Kentucky CliuiitauqtiR The sixteenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will at Woodland Park Lexington June 24 to July 4th inclusive One of the best programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon to Charles Scott Business lIana ger Lexington Ky td Property for Sale My house and lot on Water street- r Lancaster is for sale Terms liberal possession January 1 1903 91902 J E Doores Hotel and Livery ctable at Paint Lick for ret OctoberG Apply to R L Jennings Paint Lick tf Letters remaining in Lancaster ollice unclaimed week ending June 19th 1902 Mr I Hemphill Miss Annie Miller If called for say advertised Wm West P M Lancaster Ky Circumstances often control condi tions and compel compliance with pleasant situations How to Avoid Trouble Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle oi Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your busiest season It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints both for chil dren and adults No family can afford to be without it For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m When caught in his trap the practical joker is the most severe in his condemnation Hot Weather Weakneaa If you feel fagged out listless and lacking in energy you are perhaps suf fering from the debilitating effects of summer weather These symptoms indicate that a tonic is needed that will create a healthy appetite make digestion perfect regulete the bowels and impart natural activity to the liver This Heroine will do it is a tonic laxative and restorative H J Freegard Propr Grand View Hotel writes I have used Herbine for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can beat it It was recommended to me by Dr Newton Kan 50c at B B McRoberts 1m H untold COs n says D Curri n Cou h for bil gi Ten SOc n beheld application Posession DEIlTISED LETTERS own Cheney Kan If 1 n t 4Sb 4 the 4 b 4 Pp u 4 4 4 to Pi y a j Secretary llool has issued an order decreasing the strength of the army j J a total of JfjOOO men A mad steer ran amuck in the street Cincinnati and fatally gored two personsThe in the Howard appeal will go over untill the fall term of the Court of Appeals Charles Powers indicted for com plicity in the quarter house has peen arrested and placed in jail at offered a reward of 500 for George Rains of Pike county and 100 for John Lalfoon of Madison The Court of Appeals holds in a case that a City Council cannot create ollices not authorized by the charterCommissioner of luternal Revenue holds that no artitical coloring matter whatever may be used oleo msrgarine without increasing the tax to ten cents The president sent to Congress a message urging reciprocity with Cuba The message was sent after consulta with the party leaders and it is that with this action the President will responsibility with Congress Former President Grover Cleveland has accepted an invitation to speak at the opening of the new Tilden Club in New York City June 19 Invitations have been sent to about 1500 promi nent Democrats This will be the first time Mr Cleveland has addressed political audience since his retire ment from ollice Carrie Nation still pays visits to Kansas saloons but occasionally adopts curious tactics on such occa sions One day last week she sudden ly appeared in a bar room at OsawaUr mie and traded one of her souvenir hatchets for a pint of whisky After exchanging jocular remarks with she departed with the liquor which she poured into the gut terThere is great rejoicing in South Africa as families are reunited after months of imprisonment and exile Old England with all her claim to the name of Christian nation went so far as to tear women and children from their homes and crowded them into camps of suffering and filth Millions of money and thousands of men wom en and children were sacrificed in or der that greed for gold might be satis lied The Boer war is a dark spot on the escutcheon of the British nation Louisville Times Booker Wash ing ton received from all kinds and classes of Louisville people a welcome more hearty sincere and enthusiastic than was accorded to either of our late vis itors Admiral Schley hero of the United States or Henry Prince of Prussia So after all it isnt so much race color or achievement terthat counts with the masses in this neck o the woods And that is the lesson this exslave is striving so and hopefully to impress on his race in America The year ending June 30 1902 will surpass all preceding years in the num ber of immigrants arriving in the United States It is said that the to tal will be more than GOOOOO while the highest previous record was 592 000 This showing upsets the theory that the high mark of immigration passed with the general occupation of all sections of the United States by native and foreign settlers It is true that a great deal of public land in de tached sections still remains for utili vatiou but there are no longer vast domains such as in former times ap pealed to the a vitural immigrants numbers still come from Italy and from AustraHun gary Under an act of the General As sembly which became effective June 18 all State banks in Kentucky or ganized prior to 1893 will escape tax this year cutting the general revenue fund of the State about 80 000 Next year the banks pay only about one fourth of the taxes assessed against them reducing the 1093 rev which they paid for taxes from 1893 to 1896 in excess of regular tax rate am ounting to 140000 State Auditor Coulter determined to credit the banks on future tax bills and they will thus escape paying any money into the treasury for nearly two years i Ge 1x TheGoernor has Lexington I i the- Y as charac noblyalso Tfh test Southern station providesfor NGWS- cX54O 4t light erkes ion earnestly Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR Womans Magazine Magazine now the American public It shows Womans Work and in Reading beautifully illustrated in colors and in black and white Above all it shows the very fashionable NEW IDEA STYLES made from NEW IDEA which cost only IOc each Send Five Cents Today for a single copy of NEW WOMANS MAGAZINE and see what treat value for the money It can give you THE NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 636 Broadway New York N Y FAVORITE I New Idea FYOne Dollar j THIS is the cheapen and best Millineryin PATTERNS the I I I before c iIERCES RESCRIPTION FOR WEK WOMEN L generally has something to cry for It is as natural for a sickly baby to cry as it is for a healthy baby to laugh But who is to blame for fe the babys illhealth The mother generally Babys strength must come from hex and when she is B weak awl suffering she has no g strength to give her child Many S mothers testify that their children JI were sickly until Dr Pierces Fa j vorite Prescription was used during the period before the babys coming The reason for this is that Favorite Prescription makes the mother strong It gives her strength to give her child Beyond all this the use of Favorite Prescription reduces the pain and strain of maternity making the babys advent practically painless I began taking your Favorite Prescription the first month wb n I cc pcctctl to a mother Mrs R F Redford of Rockville Va When I hind taken six bottles of Favorite Prescription and three of Golden Medical Discovery there was a fine baby girl born to as Instead of two and three days and nights of suffering the greatest agony that one could suffer as I had always hail with all the help the and all those around me could do I was only sick afout five hours and had little pain at all I am the mother ten children and this one is finest and most healthy of them nfl arid a very pretty child too I dont know how to express thanks to for your I Insist that all suffering mothers try Dr Pierces medicines and be convinced cines His profit is your loss there fore accept no substitute s Pfossanf PcJIaisHe vcr a laxziiva is fSSUtfClIm JJV y Deea Fi rcc should be u cd yiltU U w A 94i 1 iij 1ji I tt tt I very the 1 rIir i rc tl1 a5 r Tue dealer ho offers a substitute or rtoite Prescription does soI- l11 ekf1 e to ga ii the little more profit pud on- i t4 the sale of less meritorious medii- il i Frj ws tl iL Sacriplion J Jly little son had an attack of whooping rough and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamber lains Cough Remedy we would have had a serious time of it It also saved him from several attacks of croup II J Strick fatlcn editor World Fair Haven Wash Fur sate by R E Jlelloberts im Men of talent often lack the force character to produce success To have good health the dotly should be kept in a laxative condition and the bowels moved at least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled daily Mr G L Edwards 112 X Main St Wichita Kansas writes I have used Herbine to reg ulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years and found it a reliable 50c at R E McRoberts Im Indecision has been the cause of many a business crash A Kent Vrioiid I suffered from dyspepsia and in digestion for fifteen years says W T Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N G After I had tried many doctors and medicines to no a vail one of my persuaded me to try Kodoh It pave immediate relief I can eat almost anything I want now and my digestion is good I cheerfully recommend Kodol Dont try to cure stomach troubl by dieting That only further weakens the system You need whole some strengthening food Kodol en ables you to essimilate what you eat by digesting it without the stomachs aid im a Herald Druggist o Contiviateii lowel remedy u frie The summer girl is dreading an in the prke of ice cream soda liiippy in Old Town We felt very happy writes R N Bevill Old town Va when Kftek lens Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter of a bad case of scald head It delights all who use it for Cots Corns Burns Bruises Boils Ulcers Eruptions Infallible fur Piles Only 25c at McRoberts Lancaster FL U Cos drug store Palat Lick 1m When you hear a girl lecturing a young loan on theevils of smoking its dollars to hot waffles that the youth is her brother The following letter from Robert R Watts of Salem Mo Is instructive il have been trobled with kidney dfo ease for the last live years 1 lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all dies suggested without relief Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and km than two bottles coniptetelv eared and I am now sound and well X C E Stornies 1m TO POULTRY RAISERS use ROYAL POULTRY MIXTURK an r anteed elaTe for tlioltr and Rtm won f dvrfal egg iodncer ROYAL LI E KILLER j the greattt iusect ki ow Try then That t t Agents wasted Call on or address South General AgeD La hnrtU lanviile oFF advance Tim R E I a ffttlza way I I e 1 I aDd t th e rio Xy W s I lrYkriu street It sVi verne Sn ii destroyer tttr BEAZ WhY J IIEINTIBTO- tiie verDr XmnnirIoppO site LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S TtoiiXi x Vice Pres ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BArIC Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL T50ooo SURPLUS J H OOO B F HUDSON Cashier W O hONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKHK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold N N E 2N iEii ii ii i The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHN E STORMES S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird I493 Prest 0 0 0 Vice Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening anti the or gans It is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No other approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Nausea Sick Headache all other results imperfect digestion Price50c and n Large size contains 2VS times mallsize Book about dyspepslamaileau- eFrtMWltar E 4COCWcagO Koclol reconstructing preparation- can C DeWITT slant and CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway JalyctoraiiJJ 15UWO LvLouisrille SSOsinil tf 00pm LexltKton 1120ain S lmm S lii44 Winchester 11 57 am 9 ISpm 44 Mt terliriK I2i tin J4lpni i ArWashiustou orOumi tOpm 44 Philadelphia 1015am ttipin New lilOuii I OSpm STATIONS LvSewYork SOOam Philadelphia 10JOiim 731pm 1 15pm 11 MtSterling 712nm J 10pm 550am 212pm Winchester 7 S7am lTSpm i 2iain U4rpm ArLexington S 12am 700am 330pm rill Warn SOOpm I Through Trains run to and from New WDAILY Other trains run rtailv Sunday For car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWJJAKNEYDpA LEXINGTON KY 1 rI bUT STATIONS j SOpm S nmt t1l Ull 16 I C O ZTJ I u9hin ton m 0 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