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J NINrH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky Second Clan Matter I tu rntratas NUMBER 5 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Car Public Square and Dauville Avenue oaaoDooaoooooooooooooooooo FARMERS O OOOOOOOOOOOOOO g- Q Examine my stock and prices x X of AMERICAN No 20 S O Chilled plow Hillside plows g- X and Disc Harrows 5o w Hames Collars trace chains g g collar pads bridles check lines 8 and breeching o J R HASELDEN 1 8 Call and get a yard stick o Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly OOOO LaD caster 9 V- X i- r i I BEAZLEY BAHGHMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky BAL nNG LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 1899 r LOCAL HAPPENINGS J J j mmmmmnrmnrmmnrnrnrRirmnrnrmnrnrmrmnrn 1u1u1u11tuu1lilllllil1111 UUIUUIItlIt111J11J111UUJItJ1111 r Join the State Guards Circuit court next month Talk for the Y M C 4 Plenty of coal in town now Work at K P Lodge tonight See the fine shoes at Joseph sC Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar Bargains in Clocks at Thompsons Fresh oysters daily at G S The state guard company is a sure Visit the skating rink for an eves ing of fun Travel on the night trains remains excellent A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy to the smoker Mud on the Square measures four feet eight inches Prettiest Ginghams ever shown in Lancaster J Joseph Clover Timothy Blue grass soed cheap at T Curreysk Carpets in therollJ Beazley Co New stock of composition books and tablets at Thompsons See the Cooking Range to be given away at Josephs X We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co A fine assortment ofLadies Muslin Underwear at Josephs If you want to have fun and receive good instruction join the state guards Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orch aril Grass and Seed Oats at G S GAINES X A Ccottage Upright Baldwin pianr Good as new S B HENIIY tf Preaching Sunday Night Rev H Faulconer will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday eve ning at 715 oclock it Lovely hosiery at JOSePhs Gaine go For Sale N I Pretty Hosiery at Josephs The ladies with Jo sephs line Colored and White Piques This has just printed 7500 tickets Vpuse in the stove premium at at Joseph M For The store room in the Thompson block on Richmonestreet J C THOMPSON Honey Clover and Timothy Hay sold and delivered town Gaines Everybody indebted toG S Gaines will please call and their New Years gift v G S Gaines will pay all the corn he can get at 125 a payable in any goods he Call at Josephs and see that fine cooking range to be given away with every purchase Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutricious and Digestable Nothing like it II C Potts Eggs and Chickens Good price paid Bring them in before prices drop H B Northcott Born to the wife of Mr Marshall Archer nee Miss Fannie Underwood two bouncing baby boys Milk Cow for Sale Strictly No 1 fresh Jersey First class Milker tine Butter Cow tf J W Elmore Point Leavcl Hemp Wanted I will be at Tobe Leavels office every day Will pay market price in CASH Also have a few cultivated Hemp Seed 98 crop for sale tap14 BANKS HUDSON A good on hearing of the edi tors ungovernable appetite for eating sent us two oldfashioned fried pies Monday They were made in the good poordevilwe in getting on the outside of them We wouldnt give one good country pie or of corn bread for all the kickkacks and fancy dishes Delmoni co could cook in six months time is e Rene anywh ein by G Tickets Buckeye Ky Wslited l Twins Pieus oil I get handles fir lady f x v t COMINGMr Swofield representing the Globe Tailoring Company of Cincinnati will be with us MARCH 8 and 9 with complete line ofSpring Suitings Made to Measure at from 15 to Dont fail to see this Great Line It is chock Full of all the Latest Novelties ofthe season 100 PAIRS v Of odds and ends in Mens and Ladies Shoes out on our counters to be closed out regardless of cost They are good styles but as we only have one or two pairs of a kind we want to get rid ofthem A Just received a beautiful line of Spring Neckwear Call m and see the new styles in Hats for Spring We have just open ed a beautiful line Logan Robinson 45 t Q r iit WiYC r F i O O t r 4 7 ii Q 499 S y i i a All those indebted to the Graded School for taxes or tuition will please settle same at once The School can not run without money to pay for teachers and fuel E W Harris Tres Skating Rink to Close Smith Henry close their rink and this is the week it will be run The weather been so inclement that more than ten thousand dollars will be cleared on the venture Sanders Attention Our store is open every morning at six oclock and we are ready to you with all kinds of door locks hinges nails mantles grates pumps roofing of any kind Get our prices they are the lowest J R Haselden For a Short time We will make 18 novelty Photos in G different positions for 2oc cabinets 150 per dozen Cabinet 200 per doz photo Buttons lOc up Sooner you come the sooner we can finish them Crouch Mattern over Blue Grass Grocery stole Pretty Work A RECORD reporter was shown a lot of pretty lace work embroidery Bat tenburg work and crocheting which was made by Mrs Harriet Price who resides near town Notwithstanding the fact that she is well up in years the work is as neat and well made as rmyone can do it Narrow Escape Saturday night a cpaloil lamp got out of shape at Mr J C Thompsons residence and threw a blaze to the cei ing Some member of the family threw it out and it exploded on the front porch The flames were with snow and brooms It was a close call and created much Nicely Done The students of the Graded School celebrated Washingtons Birthday in happy style and those present the exercises very much were made by Revs Massee and Faulconer Mr W I Williams and others The pupils took much inter estin the entertainment and were in doing honor to the Pa of his country Spring Announcement The spring announcement of that and uptodate nurseryman H F Hillenmeyer of Lexington appears in this issue Mr Hillenmeyer employs no agents but sells direct and therefore able to save the purchaser the agents commission Mr Hillen meyer is an authority on fruit arid handles only the best varieties of trees and plants See ad R GcoBurdctt Hurt The many friends of Geo D Burdett in this and adjoining counties will re gret to learn he fell on the icy Chicago Ill breaking his right arm above the elbow Fortu nately he is the chief in a clerical de partment will not stop his sal ary Besides this he had an accident Advocate Interesting Meeting The Y M C A has decided to hold an open session at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev H N Faulconer will speak on his to the state meeting and he brings en couraging news to the local tion The singing will be made an feature and some good music may be expected We hope all the men women and children who can do so will be on hand Everybody is in cited is Good BodFellow During the winter J S Murphys pet grey squirrel has slept in that gen tlemans bed and kept his feet warm During the day the little fellow plays of about the room and when it sees its master preparing to retire jumps into the bed dives down under the cover and is ready to nestle about Mr Ms feet Mr Murphy lives near Hedge ville apd is pretty well advanced in years Ground to Death rridle accident ten oclock Charles Mitchel a colored man working in Ruckers flour mills was caught by a shafting and his body mashed into a pulp before assistance reached him Mitchell was killed in itantly He was caught by the same shaft which killed Mr Ruckers little son the same way about a year ago Mitchell was an honorable hardwork ing man He leaves a wife and family Leavell Mrs Kitty Leavell whose illness was reported in last issue died at her home on Richmond street yesterday morning at 1030 oclock Mrs Leavell was in her 84th year and leaves a large circle of relatives Funeral services will be Christian church tomorrow Friday morning at ten oclock conducted by Elders R M Campbell Jesse and W P Walden after which the remains pear in next issue a ja the Is ap Notice furnish orsupplies extinguished excitement enjoyed Addresses enthusiastic reliable pavement in This policyDanville tripin attractive at Paint Lick Tuesday morning about head at will be interred in decry A moreextended notice will has have decided not ass A occurred Lancaster Ce Y J I mete and pull was ter have by will a We ress the to M Jno ted ir or Is been ize did the will COMMERCIAL CLUB lmeM Men Form an Organization for Promotion ofInterest or Lancaster and Gar rard County The fact that Lancaster line awak from her Rip nap was demonstrated Monday eve ning by the business men meeting and forming a Commercial Club the which is to hustle for everything which will promote the our town and county About twen tyfive or thirty of the leading busi ness men met in the city court room by the interest exhibited proved they meant business and proposed to off their coats and build up a town second to none in the state Capt Wm Herndon called the meeting to order After a short talk stating the object of the club he was unanimously elected president Mr John C Thompson was elected vice president and Mr John M Farra secretary On motion these were then made permanent ofti cers The Citizens National Bank was decided upon astreasurer It was decided to make the initation fee one dollar and the way the silver wheels were rattled over the table showed that those present did not propose to stand back on matters of that kind After some discussion it was conclu to allow the officers to select nine others who with themselves would constitute a board of directors It also decided to leave it to these directors as to the amount or annual dues to be charged There are several matters of vital importance to the welfare of Lancas and Garrard county which will to be looked after at once and forming this club the thing can be gone about in a businesslike way Several matters which we are not at liberty to speak of in print at present be pushed to success and when they are made public the people will readily see the importance of the clubOne thing is certain and that is the town will never make until united pull is made to get and bring money this way For several years a few men have immag ined themselves owners of the town and pulled against every step for except where they could see their own hides benefitted but are glad to say the spirit of prog has shoved them aside and now wails of a few objectors amount naught The business men are for progress and progress is to predomi nate in good old Lancaster The following Board of directors were elected Wm Herndon J C ThompsonJno Farra Jas Spilman J E Stormes H Tomlinson R E McRoberts M Logan J W Elmore Louis Landram B F Hudson Wm Ward Communion Sunday The Lords Supper will be celebra at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning conducted by Dr McKee Services begin at fifteen minutes to eleven oclock Contain Almost Everything you want to obtain information almost any point of interest get copy of the CourierJournal almanac It contains page after page of most valuable information and is uptodate every respect Ask any newsdealer send twentyfive cents to the Cou riar Journal Co Louisville Laurel winners the name of a beautiful little book Just received from The John inChurch Co Cincinnati The volume ofdesigned to acquaint the American public with the personality of native composers and to emphasize their very creditable labors in the field of com positon which unfortunately hqs largely overlooked by the artists this country State Guards Permission has been given to organ ja company of State Guards in Lan caster and work of organization has commenced A great many a been secured but a few more are needed Any young men desiring to join can give their names to Captain Sam Duncan or Sergt Dick McGrath The company will be placed in the new Second Regiment There material at hand and a crack com pany will be formed Endowment Sack Special Deputies are looking after Knights of Pythias Endowment a Rank throughout Kentucky and Lan caster lodge is on the list that has been assigned to JoeF Waters who visit the members here days Statements just issued show claims paid to widows and orphans of deceased members as 1893 amounted to 1151000 and the total paid beneficiaries to date has reached 13024000 A handsome sur If invested and the to amount of K P insurance in force ftinn1ROOnn In the last months two thousand one hundred have been ad to the endowment rank which was never in a more coed Lion it n of It 1 toened VanWinkle objector insight interests- of gentlemen headway improvements improvement upon I itta few that the death plus is judiciously tai three and sixtyfive applicants nameS- have asps le prosperous rN r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION1 per year in ldnarcc SPRING GOODS We are receiving an elegant line of for the Spring trade Ginghams white and colored weltsBlack and colored Wool Dress Goods Ladies Tailor Made Suits c LOGAN DRY GOODS WASHGOODS THE COMPANY cott line was the He was Job See Haseldens 95c blind Bridle Ladies Saddles going cheap J R Haselden Car Iron and Bones II B North Mens and Boys Saddles at reduced prices J R Haselden Stage to Buckeye Alex Miller has purchased the stage to Buckeye and is now running a firstclass wagon and team for hauling passengers and freight The wagon leaves Lancaster at 9 a m and at 330 p m Sinclair Hill After suffering agonizing pain for ten days Sinclair Hill died last night at nine oclock As stated in last issue his illness was caused by blood poison which resulted from picking a blister with a pin He was his eighteenth year He was a boy good habits reliable and He was the oldest son of James Hill At this writing no for the funeral have been made Gene Woods Dead The Danville Advocate says Eugene Woods died at Maywood Saturday night of appendicitis The funeral held yesterday afternoon by Rev D Crouch and the remains in the old Craig Lynn burying ground The deceased was sick only few days He was next to the son the venerable Thos E Woods and leaves a widow and two children youngest only three months old married Miss Lissie Lynn of John G Lynn of Lincoln Gene a very fine young man and his death was deeply mourned by many relatives and friends Excellent Machine THE RECORD office has just received brand new Chandler Price Gordon press It is the very latest and no office in Kentucky can boast of a finer one You can have some idea of its size when we tell you weighs 2500 pounds All the latets patents are on it and turns out work fast as a man can place the sheets in Notwithstanding its tremendous size runs as as a new sewing machine and is as silent as the you want to see the prettiest piece machinery skilled hands can make come up take a look atthis press was from Barnhart Spindler of Chicago a house which refuses to go the great typefoun ders trust and which can be truth with blocks and tackle to raise themachine into the office window returns industrious arrangements interred youngest daughter improved an to friendIt Wanted S 1 Colored Recruits The War Department has wired Lt W T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored for Cavalry and Infantry sending the former to Fort Grant cellent opportunity for young colored ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T Joirxsxox- f10tf Main St Lexington Ky Bcsun Wednesday morning a line of colored men armed with wheelbarrows tiled into the Miller corner and began the old bricks stone and rub bish preparatory to digging the for the hotel and opera house As soon as this is removed the will be replaced with and work will be pushing with the greatest rapidity Mr Ryan hires as many men as can conveniently work He believes like the fellow who had a big job of work and instead of hiring one man for one hundred days hired one hundred men one day Mr Ryan is kept pretty but can find time to prepare plans and figures on any other work our people may want lies one of the best contractors you can find Roped Em In A smooth tongued traveling man was here last week and induced several business men to buy a lot of engrav ed letter heads A fancy price was paid for the engraving The so called engraving is made in this way A background is purchased by a printer at a cost of about 150 The sheets are run through the press with this and printed with a slightly colored ink Then ordinary type is set and the wording printed over the The same background is used on every other though different type but when customer sees his nextdoor neighbor with the same cut or he begins to think over the uncertainties ofthe human race This office receives many circulars from type houses wanting to sell us but we do not intend to gull our patrons by any such claptrap The type never prints in the right place and an examination will show the cheap hash sticking out If business men want engraved sta tionary they should have a reputable firm in some city to make them a plate which is the only way it can be done orrectly f I applicants service Douglass ArmyRecruit ork removing foundation dump- carts background engraving background backgrounds rj c wheelbarrows hasp allover x IJi 1- T rt x 4 S art 5 DEALER IN TOILET UR School Books Pstiats l 1 L lt D11llUfillJ Unpm mmB ID E I I I DRUGGIST 1 I PURr DRUGS FINE I and I t- LANOASTF Ji7ilTI l1rlli1mmmfflffi1fi mmfmrn mmlfITmrmnm1f mti1 MCROBETS I iIiJL FEZ 1 TTCI Y i R KiflNAfROS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartfurd Ouccii of Amerha National of Hart fort Pheuix ofJJrookljrn- Harfonl of Hart ford 31anclif4icr of England Couuttctient of Hartford North British und Morcliaiitilo- Gejvuin luifcii uf York Liverpool and London anti Jlclic I also represent the old reliable flaw Ysrk Life mxnm ij ailu ujti SPEEKSFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY Office over Post Office fjAvcvsrsij KEXTUCK ORGANIZED 1S83 7CCC000 ew O ANY i z l I1fJ tI II I I tOPP n JujU l1 ot I i to cfi i i s rI Y ail FIRE AinmiKmiE E tiLil D cITSENS MfiOML BAM OF LAJTOASTEB FT Capital Surplus Fund 850OOO 1OOO BUSINJESS SOLICITED Oarxfal and Pro myt Attention Guaranteed LEWIS Y LEAVKLI B F II0DEON O VALKRR DIRECTORS JMHlOOINKOTHAH LEWIS YLSAVTSLL J S JoHueoN T M ARNOLD H C ARNOLD Ja B F HUDSON AIZIGIBES J SOBJ ISON iifcn Crescent Route PASSES DANVLIE NORTH SOUND 2 10 Dally except Sunday 000 a m Number C Daily Stop Number Daily Flag KumberS dont stop r 5C p EC SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1150 JmNumber 5 DnlJy except Sunday 1J lr am Number 9 Daily except Sunday 755 pm ll4pni All firstclass cigar stands have the Proctor Knott For the speedy and permanent o rheuin anti eczema Guam berlaias Eyo and Sinn Ointment if without sn equal It relieves the itch and smarting almost instantly ant its use effects cure It also cures itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids Conrlitioa Powders for horses are the bet tonic blood purifies Price 25 cents Soldb IJKMcRoVots Drnppst LancaRiei fALL VJOMEN Should know that theOld Time Bemcfly IL9oINuoT Aseistnnt CatbJ C D J WALXIl 143 pm 5G a m Number Midnight cigar 8PSe Seem ra totter a barbers itch Dr fl1j3 and yermUnge I 3 J PreEl Vlco Presi Caw Rust Y Bookk JACOB umber 3 Cam Skin deal den shle cape W en i CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY I CORDI LOUIS PublisherLeiwRAir rKRJIS 1 test Faust Troubles Corrects alii token for Cisoje of Life and before CtidBIrtL Planters Old Tim Remedies have stood the test for twenty years Mads only by New Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tennessee Ji EMcRobei Lancaster Is the for Irre ns Should y r4c A l ONE YffAB IS ADVANCE JlCfSIX MONTHB C THREE j 2 h Feb 23 CHIME in Lexington has been allow 1 to go unpunished to such an extent ihiit a mass meeting of the good ions of that city was called to decide ipon plans to enforce the meeting out f justice It seems any criminal vho could rake up the money to have ils wires pulled has been allowed to have his cite worn out he were outright at the first trial oxiiigton is not the in ivcntnclry where this is done lave come to a point where any red landed murderer eta whip justice Its not the fault of juries altogether in must places there ire fellows who ran for si little money bought to wear anything the defense needs rhis class of cattle never work and jf course its an easy matter for them they saw a difficulty and tell tIe jury whatever is told them to say Take any town and frequenters of the eyurt room soon become familiar with th names of parties always called in ntmler trials to the court re cords in any county and you will fii d this names of two or three parties ap pearing in every murder trial Unless ii3ir statements are disproved of the jury is bound to take them is true If instead ofcensuring courts md juries the people would set about get rid of the professional many marc criminate would be punish d than are now AirrEii occupying tiE bench in the United States court for nineteen years TuJge John W Burr has resigned the position career has been most jonorable and upright and he has c m nearer steering clear of political nuchines and mixing in politics than has anyone whose career we are with In choosing his successor it is hoped the appointing power will se lect is clean and able a genteman as was Judge Barr and we know of no owe who would till the bill Letter than Col James W Caperton of Hichmtmd Heres high place to filled by a high toned gentleman and if the attention of the president is called to the citions of the fadison man and the usual political wires are not pulled Cot Caperion would be appoint ed Lay aside the chronic candidates gentlemen and lets have an appoint mont for worthiness and high TilE many friends of Judge Charley Kincaid are delighted at the great success he is making of his hotel col umn in the Cincinnati Enquirer Judge Kincaid has the happy faculty jf remembering names and faces of jveryone he meets and can make him elf so agreeable that one never for gets him lie visits the prominent hotels in Cincinnati every night and as he never makes a note one would think him only enjoying social chats with the guests But the clever little Kentuckian is jotting down in his cra nium every word uttered as his col umn sat morning goes to prove Ho young man in this state is better than is Charley Kincaid THE Richmond suggests that the annual trip of the Press As cciation be to Havana instead of Old Point Comfort This is a good sug jestoi Every quill driver in lenLucky would be delighted to take such a trip as would furnish enough memoranda from which to write copy for a year or more We hope the gang will go to Havana and register vote for that point notwithstanding the fact that bathing suits at summer resorts arc to be made shorter and prettier this summer than heretofore Eli 3fr Register man WEAKLY every day we receive marie ad copies of papers urging Honorable So and So for some oilice at the fall election It gins to show one of two things Tlere is world of mousy in holding state olli e or there a powerful chance of of a job who can find nothing else to Any of these aspirants can have customary card inserted in TIE at space rates cash in advance but th3 handle to our grindstone is lost and no axes can be ground at this office Th3 war department has or ders to muster out all volunteers ie maining in America Thisis a good but the regular should ha increased an once Put the man under trained officers and make genuine soldiers out of them THUUfnJ Y G cit that ii lot acquited only b t say Go t witness ills familiar b web He principles It our either a j men out d RECORD D issued iJea army I 1 t ISO flat our e qua Rb ser i nk ert hh fired the iliand S KY I Toilet jlrlicles r T IU Ml1r I fU L 1 ff Yf7rrrf SozziIb DANVILLEoCIO Pure Drugs Fine d s r m 9 rnn rnrnrni tatianory a1l41l14lI 1U6Alt1UlU11J111U11JlIJIUl lllII111UIIIIIAE111J11 of There are several cases of fever here Mrs Susie Adams is poorly with the grip Lizzie Mullens has been suffer fug with a felon on her hand E W Xorris had a very severe spell the grip Smithie a little boy of C B man has been quite sick Mrs Ann Broaddus is dangerously ill with pneumonia Mrs CB Engleman has been suf fering with rheumatism Old man A rmp Adams is lamenting about his bees freezing to death Daring the cold snap Dave slept with his overcoat and overshoes An old lady in this vicinity has been suffering with a very sore hand she says she has catarrh on it G W Pullins has got the boss cow He has been milking her regular for seven years and she has never found but one calf Mason Pullins got his lingers badly frost bitten while hauling wood dur ing the cold spell He says it has been a dang hard time on niggers and bits One of our neighbors got scarce of fuel during the cold snap and cut down and burnt all ofThe locust trees in his yard and says that was all that saved him Two of our neighbors came nca having a serious diiliculty over the renting of some damlie was given and pistols drawn but forti natcly no shooting done We notice that the democrats are beginning to search the woods for lo ishitive timber and we suggest to them if they want to get a piece that is thoroughly seasoned and will not warp to take Judge M D lie is a man of brains and sound the core Mr S A Fackler Editor of Micanopy Fla Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe One Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that helped them acted quickly Thousands of use this remedy as aspecific for Grippe and its exhausting aftereffects 1m Stormes Drug Store BRYANTSVILLE Porter Dunn has moved to the Ed Ford property in this place Many are the smiling faces after the return of the beautiful weather Dr Allen delivered an interesting sermon at Pleasant Grove Sunday Quite a number of our citizens court in Danville Monday Rev Pollett of Harrodsburg tilled the pulpit here Saturday and Sunday Thieves entered the residence of Mrs A S Haselden while she was vis itng and stole her pocket book and contents Fortunately it contained only S1SO Dr Elliott and family visited friends in Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday R L Jennings visited relatives here Sunday Miss Simpson of your town was the guest of her cousin Miss Lulie Simpson Sunday B nings and wife have returned from visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs A S Haselden visited relatives in Louisville this week Children who are troubles with Worms are pale in th face fretful by spells restless in sleep have blue rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick the nose WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will kill and expel these parasites Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes PANT LICK ProfC rooke of Richmond conduct ed services at Old Paint Lick Sun dayMiss Lucile Ramsey has a slight at tack of la grippe Miss Bessie Ballard js on the sick list Harry Francis and sister Miss Bet tie have returned after a pleasant visit to friends in Danville John Burnside visited Danville Sunday A large congregation attended the Ladies Society at Tew Hope Sunday night pins Lucy Francis was leader and conducted her part very nicely That Throbbing Ucaitacho Would quickly leave you if you used Kings Kew Life Hills Thous ands of sufferers have proved their mcfcchfcss merit for Sick and Nervous t Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 2 cents Money back if not Sold by R E McRoberts Drug gist 1m j LEAF oa landthe I I I attended J F u l Mrs Bug Pull n fib L Hug ut 4s curd tr k- a ins ex hrs Jen or I es day Me i ry all MT HEBRON Mesdames Lucy Montgomery and Peggie Burdett who have been very sick are convalescing The cold weather of the past week so has thrown such a chill over vicinity that items of interest are j scarce Mr Samuel Duncan has returned Mrs Peachie Grow has returned from a two weeks visit to her mother in Jessamine Miss and Ruby Scott were the guests of their aunt Edna Scott Sun Mr Lewis Burdett of Stone spent last Friday with his brother Landram Burdett Dennie Scott made a business trip to Burgin Mon day Mrs Lucy Bruce is quite sick at this writing George W Waitt of South Gardine says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grip and taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done whatever I have used one 50cent bottle and the cold and grip have left me Icongrat ulate the manufacturers of an hones medicine For sale by R E McRob crts 1m FLATWOOD Coldiron bought a cow from Geo Elam for 25 James Pointer has moved into Sir Parsons tenant house Rev Gashwilder of Crab Orchard preached at Good Hope church E D Cook sold twenty hogs to Per Ballard and James Warner for 3ic per pound Miss Kate Gashwilder of Crab Or chard is talking of teaching us a spring school t cold snap has gone but its fees have not as John Dndderar had had 55 lambs tail W L Lawson had three hogs to freeze agony is caused by Piles Burns and skin Diseases These immediately relieved and quickly cur ed by Da Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless imitations 1m Stormes Drug Store Lucien Ycung Talks New Orleans Feb 10 CaptLucien commander of the famous tw gunboat Hist which was the last of Admiral Sampsons fleet of warves sels to leave Cuban waters and which was put out of commission atPensaco la Fin the other day arrived at the Grunewald Hotel yesterday accompa nipcl by his wife The hiss made a ve ry unique record during the war going into commission and her coat of dull gray paint she was the trim little yacht Thespia to Col Dow of Brooklyn who has since died Capt Young is now on his way to Havana Cuba where he will be made harbormaster under well a very important position just at this time He will sail on the Morgan line steamer this week The Hist was one of tLe most active vessels on the south side of Cuba She was just the rightsize to poke her nose into every nook and corner and then get away without being sunk On June 30 this vessel went into Manzanillo Bay and did some great work being hit eleven times in the Capt Young speaks in the highest of his crew and says a braver set of men were not on the sea during the war The Hist was engaged in cutting cables and doing every other trick that became necessary Since the close of hostilities Capt Young and his boat remained over on the southern coast and for some Captain has been on duty with Gen Wood at Santiago Tilts talk of Cuba libre is all declared Capt Young to a reporter at j tle Grundwald The best Cubans not mention it They only talk of i nexation to the United States American control They believe that the future safety and prosperity oft their island absolutely depends upon that control The Cubans who own property and are responsible citizens As the season of the year when pneumonia la grippe sore throat coughs colds catarrh bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against nothing is a fine substitute will answer the purpose or is just tls good as One Minute Cough Cure That is the one Infallible remedy for lung throat or bronchicaltroubles Insist vigorously upon having It if something else Is offered you Stormes Drug Store s T r Is atefay I haven anygood Vm Sunday toThe e toeItHorrible area lit Before donning belonging rms Ih bosh n l I I I l te vet chi u s Dung Commodore Cr0 en a emeg tithe a t i r tiYY 5 tit nt me r dod T i r BUSINESSIA t is of first importance to get your training at the school the strauds in the front rank TilE BRYANT STEATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY Bucces In lIfe ThIs biting concedcd i t very BOOKKEEPING SHORTHANDTELEGRAPHY a beuutifal book giving testimonials from graduates occupy prominent all over the United will mailedto you FREE lineGraduatesin StatesIt c N MCDONNELL DANVILLE KENTUCKY UPTODATE JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS UT fiLflSS iTC PROMPTLY DONEREPAffiING IDS 1m ted in be his fnl Dr of to of as W A Short Kad Story A Cold Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been this story would have had a ending C C T E Stormcs arc not the men who are now bearing arms What do you think of the on the part of the Cubans to their arms I think they should be disarmed at once I would not advocate any ther toleration on the part of the Uni States government not a bit The Cubans should be disarmed at once disarm them peacefully if possible forcibly if necessary Further delay this matter is only making possible a repetition of the experience in JFa nila which had to be put down with loss of life The Cubans who in retaining their arms and howl about Cuba libre are irresponsible and must dealt with accordingly Capt Young is a native of Ken tuck but has not been to old home since the outbreak e Crips Kavaees Doomed So much misery and so many deaths have been caused by the Grip that one should know what a wonder remedy for this malady is found in Kings New Discovery That stubborn cough that your throat robs you of sleep weak nes your system and paves the way for Consumption is quickly sloped by this matchless cure If you have chills and fever pain in the back of the head soreness in bones and musccls throat and that cough that grips your throat like a vice yon need Dr Kings New to cure your Grip and prevent Pneumonia or Price SOcts and 100 Money back if not cure A trial bottle free at R E McRoberts K P A Piograin louisville Times The literary program for the a p proaching annual session of the Ken tucky Press Association has been by the Executive Committee which Editor Harry A Sommersof the Elizabeth town News is chari man The association will probably meet next in Louisville and after the sessions are over a trip will be taken the seashore perhaps to Old Point Comfort The exercises will open with an by President Henry E the Danville Advocate and the va rious other topics have been assigned follows The Newspaper Wit J3I Allen Cynthiana Democrat The Journalist as a Reformer J L Bosley Paris Reporter Funny Things at Macinac Grittin Henderson Gleaner What is News and How to Tell ItC T Sutton Chvensboro Inquirer The Press as an Educator E A Gullion Carrollton Democrat The Little Things that Make a Big R Collier Franklin Favor ite Advancement of the Kentucky Press C M Meacham Hopkinsville Kentuckian Hunting the Subscriber John D Babbage Breckinridge News Mechanical Excellencies C C Pare Glasgow Times Running Newspaperand a Town Edgar Whitmore Grand River The Editor as a Soldier George Albrecht Middlesborough News lington Recorder Should the Country Press Be Non partisari Louis Landram ter Record All papers and addresses will be Jim ited to ten minutes Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Formula on each package CURES YOUR COUGH JN A DAY 25 50c or ooh a 4 C NeglectPneumonia used happier persist- ency retain fur oft t distressing sore Discovery Drug Store arranged address I PaperJ Herald PainLan as Physician J Price R pens able vi war every intlal net a 1VCOlf I E11ScRoberts- elk c y EDUCATION IF abElntcly ncceszory to the ycung innn or young woman who would win Vlr u ro i Dangers or the Grip The greatest danger from La Grippe is of its resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all clanger will be avoided the tens of thousands who have ur d this remedy for la grippe we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure la grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and and safe to take For sale by E E McRoberts 1m Town Loses The Advocate says the Court of has attirmed t arsion of the Boyle Circuit Cour hUhM of the Town of ri 1 1 u i yle Fiscal Court o tun ed into or entirely thri li 10 city of Danville Before the road vt re freed the turnpike companies kept up their property with the exception of portion of Main street between Second and Fourth streets When the county purchased the city assumed that the county would carry out the existing arrangementsand keep up the property previously maintained by the turnpike companies whether in the town or outside of it This the county court declined to do claiming that Danville should keep up streets The town brought suit asking that the Fiscal Court be made to keep up those portions of the road The county I entered a demurrer and the court sus j tained it Judge Saufley ruling in sub stance that it was the duty of the city to keep up the roads in its limits The city carried the case to the Court of Appeals The county court in its brief to the Court of Appeals asked the higher court to also express an opinion as to whether or not the county had the power to acquire or purchase those portions of the turnpikes within the city of Danville and declined to set tie with the owners until this point had decided As this question was not before Judge fcaulley it was not expected that the Appeals would take notice of it and there was nothing in the daily papers of last evening concerning it The ADVOCATE this morning wired Mr George L Willis the wellknown Frankfort correspondent asking him to see if there was anything in the opinion about this right of the county to the roads inside of the town J L Newman replied for Mr Wil lis He telegraphed follows FIJANKFOKT Feb opin ion nothing about the right of the to buy the roads in the city limits of the Circuit Court in sus taining the demurrer J L X County Attorney Harding is out of town and could not be asked if he thought the court would wait longer before settling with the turnpike com panies There are not so many objetions to the city keeping up the streets but most people believe the county should pay for all the property purchased The decision means about ten cents more of city taxes on Danville proper pv To insure a happy new year keep the liver clear and the body vigorous by using De Witts Little Early Rig ers the famous little pills for and liver troubles Im Stormes Drug Store I We Played A Small Game Little game Quite hot Allae same Jack rot Went around Strips JUly sound S chips I rliiyed He stayed Had tlires Hands showed Cards talked He rode I walked I not being properly digested it creates poisons goes blood and then yqn areliable to almost any disease the human is heir to Use Carlstedts German LiverPowder and watch the results You will feel j the good effects after one dose Give it f and be convinced Price 3Sc Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures YourCoufh Msdicins far Children For sale by B E cRoberts r I Ult Appeals Danym turnsItthat it I I b en Court of I buy liThesays county Itsimply atiirms the decision I constipation Beta V FOODNInety by the I s limo eacu tads J i I r mew i Just L he i r U J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIELE KENTUCKY Land Surveyor Apt iih AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KWGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis Ling Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEN KR S W H LACKEY Suca essor to Lackey Gulley PirstClas LIVERY STABLE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLEIPRICES W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVEL1SC MEN UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O information fully furnished Consign your stock di Phone 7315 NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Wal her stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Corn morcial RICE I 1 1IiI and n I H hfl ogsu eep recta to us Travelersr z4g3 THE NATIONS DANK 1 i i regard inglive stock cheer M t BANGE T S CAPITAL Juoooooo OF SURPLUS 000000 1 t LANCASTER KT President JNO E STOBMES Vice President WM H KINNAIRD Cashier A RDaNNY 3 C DSNNT Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper to the of T EMBKT Bootteaper DIRECTORS Cochran Jcs Spllnian Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno Storrces XT S BEAZ1EY DENTISTTeeth oxtncrcd without pain w th Vitalized Air Office in New Thompson Buiidtnjr J KOOI SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY OlHce over Hascldens hardware store Notice to Creditors Uarrard County CourWillis Adams Trustees Willis Adams Creditors To all shom it may concern This i to not fv ion that I will on the 4th Mot din in March1SS9 make a motion for final release as trustee Villis Adanitf This Feb ISiD- SviLlE A Trustee for Willis Adams If You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R so sccuna The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other tnfo BuUun win be cheerfully furnished by C P ATMORC fOeby t Ass Sam l fl E r ELL 933 R AND a IoaIYl3rE1 I r LEIv Q A t YF V I I r r F I L 1 l 11 iJP7 L I r THE GLOBE LEADS EM ALL 1 wsnw uamawvawiam aatr ra We have a reliant Tailor withOur Suits tried on and Fit as they are being made Gnp Perfect satisfaction Guaranteed or you money will be cheerfully refunded LoFrohrnau OUR The Ienickyji GLiOi nanviuc New Line of have just received a nice line of the Newest Designs in Race Veilings embracing Vhite Chiffon Chenille Dots Etc all pretty and desirable styles Respectfully NOEL SISTERS Ve Phone 85 ill i CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY Feb 23 18 v9 OGO3O33GOOOOCO3CCG5GOGGCGPE Miss Julia Mae Ganes entertained a few friends Monday evening Mrs Joe Pettus of Lebonon is visi ting her mother Mrs Margaret McCar ley Mrs Rose Radford of Martinisville Ind is visiting her cousin iiss Fan nie Bishop Cant T Kinnaird spent several days here before going to Nashville future home Jessie Arnold a soldier boy of Aniston Ala is visiting his father Mr Win Arnold Miss Mattie Beaxlcy of Crab Orchard is the guest of Dr Walter Beaxley and family Mrs A II Rice is expected home this week from a months visit to Nashville and Louisville Messers Jim Lear Millard West and G B Swinebroad went to Lexington Monday to hear Sol Smith Russell The Industrial Club will meet next Wcndesday afternoon at half past two with Miss tannic Harris Several new members were present last meeting Mrs Wm Cook entertained a few friends Tuefday evening in honor of her visitor Miss Vary Robertson of ElizabethtownBruce of Garrard county was over Wednesday to see his father Daniel Swope who is quite sick Jessam i ne Jon rnal Mr Sol Frankel goes to Lawrence burg next week to take charge of the branch of the Globe lo cated at that point Hisfairily will go with nville Advocate Mr B G Mullins in remitting for says we had him in our souvenir edition as living in ka instead of Idaho lIe has been residing at Bliss in the latter state for some years Ills many Kentucky friends will be glad to know he and family are getting along nicely and wellA few days ago Miss Ilallie had been suffering from la grippe and was sitting by a hot stove She grew suddenly worse and fainting fell upon the stove Before assistance could reach her she had struck her face against the stove and received a painful burn It has caused her suffering but the physician thinks no scar will be left The many friends and admirers of the charming are Due and it is absolutely Necessary That I have the This notice is for Every body who owes me Miss Sallie fUlett 0GOOCCO V Clothing House himDa TIm RECORD N bras Hamilton intense young lady deeply regret the Ple se Remember that niy accounts money J 4 h C- tO3OG3O33GO33OO3 f j 1 accideni- dt l y r t MARKSBURY J C Boner is quite sick at this wri tingC A Robinson bought of T I a Jersey milk cow and calf for Miss Mary Rout is visiting her cons in Mrs Fox of Danville Eld James Allen of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with John Simp son Miss Minnie Johnson of Mar cellus is visiting Mrs J B Kemper this week Mrs Catharine Aldridge Lancaster is visiting her son II D Aldridge Miss Jennie Higgins of Marccllus is visiting her cousin Miss Georgia Dunn Ben Hughes and wife of Lancaster visited their moth er Mrs Margaret Sutton Sunday Lee Riker Van Arsdall ml wife of Llarrodsburg are the guests of N H Bogie and wife M F Rout and wife attended the funeral of their cousin Eugene Wood Sunday near Stanford Robt Jennings of Paint Lick and Miss Lizie Thompson of Lancaster were the guest of Miss Elizabeth Simpson Sunday Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs Oiie Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cough cure tot children Stormes Drug Store McCREARY Lish Forbes has had a severe spell of the grip but batter The delinquent taxpayers of Gar raid county would like to know whether or not any officer except the SherilF has a right to levy for taxes Wm Long and wife of Marksbury were the guests of M Hardin last week Kirby Grimes and wife of Kirksville visited Davis Sutton and wife Saturday and Sunday R L Warner accompanied by his sister Miss Lillie visited Miss Nora Saun ders the latter part or last week Thesmallest things may exert the greatest influence De Witts Little Early Risers are unequalled for constipation and liver trouble Small pill best pill safe pill Stormes Drug Store Capt David A Muphy of blessed memors contributes a column to a recent issue of the Oxford Ohio News in which he gives some ideas and in journalism The captain while in Danville Turned on the Light Told the Truth to Dixie and did other interesting things which brought him fame if not fortune to those days blissful days the Captain grows happy He says In March 1880 I founded and the Danville Ky Tribune a red hot rollicking Republican and it was my supreme delight as its to Tell the Truth to Dixie During the Presidential campaign of 1884 I was compelled to edit that journal with selfcocking revolver and one pair of scissors and one Webster Unabridged Dictionary one knife 12 inches long and one ready pastepot one base ball club and one clean crash towel one small devil and one large dog And I was mighty thankful that nobody harmed me Danville Advocate For LiJrippo Thomas Whitfield Co Wabashav corner JacksonstM one of Chicagos oldest and most prominent druggist Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe as it not only gives a prompt and complete relief but also counteracts any ten la grippe to result in pneu inouia For sale by R E McRoberts 1m 0 I Herring moo Bowen 0 i overcoming experiences Referring started weekly editor dencyof bowl i 2 recommends e Planter NUBIAN cures Dyspep SiR Constipation and Indi TEA gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts I JIPiJt1e SSuItSi Iia1e 5J14DeS 7K1der earWe invites ninspeetion of our immense stock of GENTLEYIENS in Mufflers Gloves etc FURNISH NGSNeckwear SMALLPOX AT STANFORD A Case In the Town Itut all Hunger HUH Boon IZcmofod Great excitement was created in Stanford by a case of smallpox out in the town Many wild and foolish reports were started and the scare extended alt through this sec tion In order to get the straight facts we wrote Col Walton of the Journal who replied as follows STANFOUD KY Feb 21 1SJ9 Dear Landram Replying to yours of this date I will say that we have a very severe scare from smallpox since the doctors pronounced that J ITSow tiers the real estate man who occu pies an office in the Interior Journal building had a well developed case of the loathsome disease Our munici pal authorities like deep rivers mov ed slowly and it was not until Mon day night that a pest house was and the patient removed The room has been thoroughly fumigated as well as the others in the building and the board of health said there was no danger in us entering the building We did so however by ladder from time front and are now at work as if nothing had happened Postmaster Florence notified me yesterday that he would receive no mail from this of lice so we did not issue this morning The prohibition has been lifted how ever and we may appear tomoriow a day late Every elfort is now being made to prevent a spread of the dis case and the Mayor has issued a com pulsory vacmation order A great many foolish reports have been which in every case have proven false Your friend W P WALTON The Deadly Crip Is again abroad in the land The air you breathe may be full of its fatal germs Dont neglect the Grip or you will open the door to Pneumonia and Consumption and invite death Its sure signs are chills with foyer headache dull heavy pains mucous discharges from the nose sore throw and neverletgo cough Dont waste precious time treating this cough with troches tablets or poor cheap syrups Cure it at once with Dr Kings New Discovery the infallible remedy for bronchial troubles It kills the dig ease germs heals the lungs and the dreaded after effects from the malady Price 50 cts and 100 Money back if not cured A trial free at R E McRoberts 1m Resolutions of ICcspect Death has entered our circle and one beloved by all She could not meet with us as often as she wished but all knew in Sister Hemphill the W C T U had a true advocate remember the last evening she met with us With a warm grasp of the hand and a pleasant smile which counts more than words she said My heart is with you This pure woman has passed from us but her sweet influence still lingers Resolved We as a Union feel our loss and extend our sympathy to the aged mother sister and brother To the son our deepest sympathy for of us know the tie is severed Resolved That these resolutions be published in copy sent to the family Mrs Gill Pres Mrs FarraSec An Honest Medicine for La Orippn A counT of justice convicted old man Charley Moore oj sending obscene literature through the mails and now an effort is being made to have him pardoned This old reprobate to gether with several others of his type keep before the public by free love and publishing matter which no decent newspaper will print There are lots of people who while not fully endorsing the ideas read tha stuff and patronize the publications One is pretty hard up for s6me way to make a living when he or she has to advo cats such stuff as Moore puts before the public The penitentiary is a good place for them to learn a new trade breaking Interior obtained circulated prevents bottle Drug- Store taken Ve Christian many TIlE I Yell IleTeloped RECORD antis advocati ng 68 g be y The Richmond Register says the re cent severe weather has been very fa tal to young lambs and farmers who handle sheep have lost heavily T S Burnam and Win Bennett are the biggest losers in that county saving only a small per cent out of their large lucks Jake Shearer lost thirty Put Black twentyeight and G W Dozier Frequently accidents occur in the which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises For use in such cases BOLLARDS SNOV LINI has for many years bell the constant favorite family P ice 25 cts aijd C C J E Stormes The Advocate says the cold weather played havoc with the lamb crop in Boyle county It is believed that an average at least onehalf of them were killed John Harris lost one hundred and seven J II Baughman lost onehalf of his and If N Mitchell is reported to have lost thirtyfive out of forty This will give an idea of the situation These are dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat troubles lead rapidly to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used at the right time will preserve life health and a large amount of money Pleasant to take children like it Stormes Drug Store 1m The Jessamine Journal very truth fully says if thefarmers of the country owning worthless dogs could be induc ed to destroy and substitute one wellbred shepherd pup more to each farm the wealth of each farming community would be vastly increased in many ways Farmers with a little tact in getting along with a dog would soon find the collie saving them many a step Eager and anxious to learn willing to do everything within his power the dog needs only a wise and patient restraint an intelligent direc tion to become the most useful hand on the place Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suf fered agony for thirty years and then cured his Piles by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries and skin diseases like magic 1m Stormes Drug Store The shortage of cattle has been a matter of interest for some time A western paper says that 235000 less have been marketed in S than in i7 Chicago losing 75000 Kansas City GO 000 St Louis 104000 and Omaha the remainder The great supply is Tex as and it now flows direct to the corn fields of Kansas and not to the North ern ranges Prime beeves sold at 5 540 with small lots at 8550 to 8575 and lately to the extreme point of 7 Feeders have been too hign and some losses have occurred in the business Prices of medium beeves have been disappointing in the closing week of the year La Grippe is again epidemic Every precaution should be taken to avoid it Its specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Agricultural Journal and adver tiser Elden Mo says No one will be disappointed in using one Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Pleasant to take quick to act 1m Stormes Drug Store It has often boon a matter of won d jr and surprise that the number of sheep raisedshould be so dispropor tionate to the agricultural resources of the State and equally in contrast with the wellknown capacity of sheep profitable stock Those who from perience should be competent to count for this state without tin that no farmer can afford to em baric in the sheep industry until some legislation is passed against theswarms of useless dogs which infest the State morally A bill should be in the Legislature intended to rem edy this untoward fact and which if passed will give sheep farmers the right which all men should en joy the certainty of reaping the fruit of their fifteen hous hold T remedy ts on them Publisher introduced perhaps IIE f C not e hesit s asa i TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE I OINTMENT is no panacea but is reommended for Piles only These it will cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes J E Stormes President J B Kinnaird Secretary labors It seems almost incredible that in a body composed so largely of farmers as the Legislature that any opposition to a measure designed sole l to protect an important farm indus try should need any arguments in its favor Its merits are so selfevident that it is difficult to understand how any farmer can oppose it There may be grounds for the opposition of who dislike that their dogs who too often are known sheep destroyers should be liable to the penalties j to their depradations in the sheep fold The mere fact that taxes are paid for such dogs docs not confer upon them the privilege of harrying the sheep of the farmer While ad mitting that there may be more than one side to this question the argu ment in the matter of Sheep against Dogs seems overwhelmingly in favor of the cheep Ex Dont irritate your lungs with a stubborn cough when a pleasant and effective remedy may be found in COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR I Price 25cts and 50 cents C C J E I Stormes i THe YOT CA The meeting was well attended Sun day afternoon and several interesting talks were given by those present Next Sunday at 315 another meeting will be held and it is hoped all men both old and young will be present Tonight a debate will be held in the club rooms The subject Should the Philipines be annexed will te discussed by Messrs Swinebroad Has elden Batson and Robinson Others may give their views on either side they see proper Come up and see how nicely the organization works The Ravages of Grip That modern scourge the Grip poisons the air with its fatal germs so that no home is safe from its ravages but multitudes have found a sure protection against this dangerous in Dr Kings New Discovery When you feel a soreness in your bones and muscels have chills and fever with sore thoat pain in the back of the head catarrhal symptoms and a stubborn cough you may know you have the Grip and that you need Dr Kings New Discovery It will promptly cure the worst cough heal the inflamep membranes kill the disease germs and prevent the deader after effects of the malady Price 50 cts and 100 Money back if not cured A trial bottle free at R E McRoberts Exchange Potts Bros have established an ex change at the residence of Mrs Cunninghams on Depot street and will keep on hand flour meal shipstuff etc to exchange for wheat They will erect a large builbing within the next few weeks A Physician 23 Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Formula on each package CURES YOUR COUGH 25 50c B K Mclioberts I I I malady Drug Store I I IN A DAY JIsa p sportsmen attached I w d aberluiiis Cough Remedy In Chicago Hisgen Bros the druggists corner UUthst and Wentworthav say We sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that it gives the most satis factory results especially among chil dren for severe colds and croup For s lie by R E MrRnbcrt 1m Timely Talk The sermon delivered by Rev Henry Faulconer at Presbyterian church Sunday the 12th was so timely that we induced the clever preacher to give us a few extracts for publication It was to have been printed last week but was crowded out Not slothful in business fervent serving the Lord Romans 1211 The text urges to ba diligent and re ligions work hard six days and be re ligious seven We tind that Paul here combines raligioa a n d business What have you done with them Ma ny think that it is good for ministers women and children to be religious during the week As for themselves they dont care to put on the sol emn until 11 oclock Sabbath morn ing and wish Sunday would only come once a year Let me whisper to you your trouble your religious is as cold as the weather which is 20 leg below zero No wonder you are so uncomfortable God siys be ft r vent in spirit which means boiling Open up the doors cf your heart and let that dark and cold re gion be exposed to the rays of the Sun of Righteousness until it thaws Why were you not at church on the Sabbath Oh the weather Your trouble is this The church s not your place of business and if you were as faithful in serving the Lord as you are diligent in business we would soon get rid of our spiritual famine and if you were as anxious for Gods grace to warm up your heart as you are about coal to warm your body you would be fervent in spirit This truth certainly calls for a searching of heart Open your heart to your own gaze probably you will find a snow drift and if you are anxious smut sweeping the snow off of your front porch you ought to be more anxious to getitoutof your harts Not slothful in business I won der if of the young people in our think what that means or I might ask mothers and fathers if they have ever instructed their children along that line God preached a ser mon on Sinai and the introduction to the service were thunders and light nings and one of the ten main devis ions teaches us this lesson Six days shalt thou labour Oh the very same commandment that tells us to Remember the Sabbath tells us to labour six days You have taught your children Sabbath observance but have you taught your children to la bour If not you have failed to hon or Gods word In connection with this lesson I call upon you to remem ber that we are warned of the results Be not deceived God is not mock ed for whatsoever a man soweththat shall he also reap Gal 7 Have you taught your children idle ness It leads to poverty 104 It leads to want Prov 204 it leads to hunger Prov 1 15 it leads to ru in Prov 2430 to 34 Yes to ruin for it is the parent of the most heinous sins and there is a great deal of truth in the saying an idle brain is the devils wjrkshop Fathers teach your sons to work If you dont they will reap the bitter fruit of idleness far better to crack rock on pretty days and shell corn on rainy days than to be idle Mothers had better teach their girls to work than to look better is the blush caused by baking the old fashioned h ecake than the paleness caused by being indolent Go to the ant thou sluggard consider her ways and be wise Pro A Jtf Let those who are too devout to be Dr Ottos Sprues Gum Balsam- A physician can prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce take Children cry for it large sue bottles Price 2Sc and Far Beautiful Complexion Use Dr Carlatadta Grman Liver Pawaar For sale by R E McRoberts teams and understands how to do such work popular South Side temperature Pro prettyfar packageCures haulingtocass inspirit any homes c a Sacrificed to Blood Poison Those who have never had Blood Poi son can not know what a desperate con dition it can produce This terrible disease which the doctors are totally unable to cure is communicated from one generation to another inflicting its taint npon countless innocent ones Some years I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected m babe one was unequal to the t its life to the fearful poison For six l njj years fered untold misery I was covered sores and ulcers from head to F7 foot and no language I11can of woe during those long I had the best medical treatment Sev igfefjSSt physicians me but alt X to no purpose The tierpotash seemed to add fuel to the awful was devouring me I was advised by friends seen wonderful cures made it to try Swifts Specific We pot two bottles and I felt in breast for health and happiness I improved from the start a and cure was the result S S S the only blood remedy which reaches des perate cases M RS T TV LEE Montgomery Ala Of the blood remedies S S is the only one which can reach deep seated violent cases It never fails to cure perfectly and permanently the most desperate cases which are the reach of other remedies I The little le w sucecg si 1 complete S was lelded ti t Tears orals had again man S5S S r The is PURELY VEGETABLE and is the blood remedy guaranteed to contain no mercury potash or other mineral Valuable books mailed free Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia moral too fervent in spirit to be dili gent in business let the proud the unruly the roving the idle weigh well the language of the Apostle to the Thessiilonians For even when we were with you this we command ed you that if any would not work neither should he cat For we tear that there are some which walk among you disorderly working not at all but are husylxidies Now them that are such we command and exhort by our Lord Jesus Christ that with linn ness they work and eat their onbread Thess MO 11 v I hope these few remarks will be considered and not too hastily to be well digested remembering that it is our duty to be not slothful in fervent in spirit serving the Lord and that it is not necessary for a man to proclaim from the high peaky of Pharisaism and sanctimony that he is a Christian A Christlike spirit will Christianize every thing it touches and if your heart is bent on the glory of God your conversation will be such as the children o f the Heavenly Father and your la bour fur that meat which endureth unto everlasting life Those of us who use our talents God will say Well done good and faith ful servant but to the idle lie will say Ye wicked and slothful those of us who obey his voice lIe will bring into the great banquet hall of King Jesus and there we will sit down at the marriage supper of the Lamb Those that do not obey this saying will sit down at the black banquet of hell the viands of which are weep ing and gnashing of teeth Faults of digestion cause disorders of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged IIERBINE perfects the process of digestion and and thus makes pure blood Price 50 cts C J E Stormes ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing corporation has been organized by articles signed and acknowledged and recorded the of o the Garrard County Court Its nan is The Lancaster Hotel Company Its place of business is Kentucky Its object is to erect a building with rooms and offices for rent I s amount of capital stock is 83000 divided into thirty shares of 100 each Names of stock holders William Herndon John E Stormes William H Kinnaird J B Kinnaird R Kin naird J C Hemphill J C Thompson Margaret Gill H T Logan and John M harm Its affairs are to be con ducted by the stock holders all of whom are directors with a president secretary and treasurer It is to business 10th 38S9 Maximum indebtedness 820000 The private property of stock empt from corporate debts Stock paid In business b cometh assimilation C commence hotel OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS S S O X CO I will close out AT NET WHOLESALE COST my entire stock consisting of GentsFurnishinI have decided to accept a position as traveling salesman with a shoe house and in order to do that I must close out this stock Now this is NO FAKE THEY MUST GO v no matter how great the sacrifice This sale will last ONLY SIXTY DAYS At the expiration of that time I will send what is left to an auction house in the city and have them sold at what ever they will bring Come early while ycu have a nice assortment to select from This sale begins today This stock is all NEW no old styles Side JT UEB JF JE3 IWT IKT 3E 3M w Lancaster Ky Y L q 1 j c tO SIIG i rw j z i IItWkVV tl 1 t vrv Oococ OO oo ocx J Boots Shoes Etc North Square r oai0000o 41 mot t aiged Viev1 ofaCangedJVatm k f Jv NJ JJ11 ri1 t 4 J JIdIAfr em hM ob d aiL J rJwpt D liCIt 1JJidratl cJJ JwNt cltW md t litnL o itftQ uLLQftdao t1claalnfl1 rE taIJ l otfJ fJevtect A mtd ifltMU1t NlAb GAf01whle fhcl J t1iJv Aitb AL6e umtildJ M talw i1v ttoj r ie1l it iftiW1f dCtl71 L t iCv tslI Itc I f 4 1 C ri Ci rt bd4 r u rY 111C O4 tWe AU 1 sA tc LChA mriUim SPOTTED FEVER Death Two YSJIius it Little nddy They Contracted the I i iKi Iroiii- si School Ten 1 UOUTISG GJJEKX Ky Feb IS Ccrc bro spinal meningitis or tnotled fever has rade its appearance it Little Mud dyiutier county and two of the chil dren of Colic Bailey a wellknown frmcr of that locality arc dead from it Miss Susie Gardner a sister of Sirs JJailey was leaching school at Morgantown when the disease made its appearance there and with the others slue lied from the town taking her aloile at the home of her brotherinlaw Mr Bailey Soon thereafter she was stricken with the disease and very soon all three of the ISnilcy children were suffering from it I Char ptl V tli Child aiunlo- rLorisviiiK Ky Feb 17 William Cora Uariies colored were here Wednesday night charged with murdering eight years ago the child of Dr Frank loads of Ky The trrest was made on information furnished by a former resident of Bay The Negroes admit they were in that place eight years ago but dray that they murdered the child Tho is said to have been employed s a nurse by Dr Jones Iiih Irinu Cal Gis- HOPKIXSVIIIK Ky Feb 17 Miss Fannie Cook aged SO was found lying on the floor of her room in front of a fire in an unconscious condition Wed iiestlay morning Her night robe was burned in rlaces and the room was full of smoke and gas from coal by which she had brew overcome and suffocated while trying to fix her lire She was frolic and lived only one hour after being found Death of Judge Uiirlon LUBAXOV Ky Feb IS ludge R A Jluron died suddenly Thursday morn ing of heart disease lIe had been in splendid health and had eaten a nearly breakfast Deceased was coon ty judge of this county for lil years and was president of the Farmers na tional bank this city He served in the state senate in IbVJ and was deputy United States collector un del Cleveland He was 01 years old and leaves a wife and four children To in second FKAXKFOUT Ky Feb 18 Adjt Gen Collier appointed Capt 15 J Graham of the Bradley guards of this city to muster in the comprises of the new 2d regiment Capt Graham lit Fri day for 15arboursvir where the first be mustered in and front there he will go to Williams City o IlupZcInsvIUc ned HoriixsvniK Ky Feb 17 G H flyers brought suit against the city of Ilopkinsvillc lie alleges that owing to the of a street his horse ran into a wagon throwing Iris buggy into a deep ditch severely injuring him and breaking 25 dozen KlgT Deal 1oiHlinjj i Lr xcTON Ky Feb 4 C E llchmond is cri to Chicago to close a deal withan English syndicate for the sale of 125000 acres of lumber and mineral lands in eastern Kentucky Trial for Utterback Ky Feb court of appeals Friday granted trial to Ilezekiah Utterback 15ourbon county fanner sentenced to five years in the penitentiary for killing Dudley Klinkenvcard Respite For Bob lllaiilcs FHAXKFOKT Ky Feb IS Gov Brad ley Friday respited Lob Blanks the field assailant who 7as to have been hanged February 24 The respite is for two months Blanks has small II CI ill r fie roman district Bunter the companywill for S eggs Smithof cw FIt J FOrT 19The x and arrested Mayfield burg J100 narrowness route t anew the fay f j j I j j j i j j Foleys Honey and Tar heals the lungs and cures the racking Cough us ual to la grippe and prevent pneti monia It is guaranteed 25c and jIppjij Ilcitsumutl lAnuciii Ky Feb is There wag j still further resumption of shipping here Thursday Next week will likely I see river I usiness wide open Several j Tennessee river packets arc preparing to get away John Hurphain underwriter was lucre Thursday and left for Staggs wreck to invcsti gate Hirer here still falling con trarv to expectation of Hood when i thaw set in Ilclarac With Sinullpox SAXFOIM Ky Feb 21 Great cx citcmcut prevails here over the discov i cry of a malignant case of smallpox Sunday morning J JL Sowders a real estate broker returned Saturday j night from Chicago very ill anti when a physician was called he pronounced the ailment smallpox Sowders apart ments arc in the heart of the city and in a large office building Tivo Xorc DtitJis Iron loiiin itis- IIixi Kisox Ky Feb 21 Two more deaths from meningitis were reported from the county Monday Jas Brut a farmer aged BO years died at Cory don and William Cobb aged 25 years died at Geneva Bred more violent cases are also reported from Corydon Threats Hindu ly Soldiers MiDDiKsrono Ky Feb 17 Middles boro is wrought up to an exciting pitch over a rumor to the effect that several members of the Bell county company of the 4th Kentucky regi meat intended killing Capt L F Fris bie of their company as soon as tho captain returned from Anniston Tho men who made the threat arc moun tainccrs living on Greasy creek this- Sues for S O O Damages lIoiKixsvuiK Ky Feb 21 Mrs Victoria Cannon has sued the Nashville railroad for 525000 damages for the death of her who was run over by a freight train Dr Jcruian linker Dead SiiKinvviJu Ky Feb 21 Dr Jet man Baker aged 90 years and the oldest practicing physician in Ken tucky died suddenly at his home here Sunday Compulsory Vaccination PADUCAH Ky Feb 19 A compul song order to vacciiatc has been issued I by the local board of health Served Four Vear as Sheriff WUIIAMSTOWX Ky Feb 19 J RatelifT who was confined in the coun ty jail awaiting trial on the charge of forgery and who was adjudged not guilty claims to have served the of Fleming in the capacity of sheriff during the years 1SG7 OS C9 and 70 Six Years in the IViiltciitiary CARLISLE Ky Feb lit Curtis and Jolin Churchill indicted for robbing the L K depot here were each sentenced to the penitentiary for six years Franchise Tax Decision FnAXKFOirr Ky Feb court of appeals in an opinion by Judge Pajnter Friday rendered a decision holding that the state board of assess ment and valuation in assessing a franchise for taxation shall base its assessment on the actual value of the franchise IlEXDElsox Ky Feb Griffin aged 35 years postmaster at Zion this county died Wednesday of lie leaves a family I j l Iron Je I I 50 I Cincinnati I I I I I I I I I I I t Louisville husband V county Kimball 1SThe corporate Drat 17Ira consumption i I i Cure La ri1u county S 1 S Iustmattpr I Planter CUBAN OIL euro Cuts Burns Bruises Rhea Jmatism and Sores Price 26 centa 1 Glad TidiiiKx to Ahthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick and positive relief in all cases 1m C C J E Sturmes The Second Dentil at Caniptoii CAXTTOX Ky Feb 23 Henry T Horton aged GO years died here Tues day evening of meningitis Mr was a union soldier and one of the J oldest freemasons in the country ills son Millard llerton deputy collector of internal revenue is very ill of tho same disease This is the second death of meningitis here Uruce Stamper son of Dr J II Htamper being the other victim Tobacco Growers Sleet LKXIXGTOX Feb 28 The Stato League of Tobacco Growers met here Tuesday afternoon and transacted portant business but as the meeting was secrct no particulars will be given out Secretary List resigned because he has to leave the state His suede sot will be elected by the board of di rectors Xo action was taken regard ing the refusal of the Louisville to grant concessions JJIfj Number of LouisvniK Ky Feb Louis rifle Driving and Fair association has secured JO entries of the Louisville prize a stake to be trotted in 1101 Books for the event were closed February 15 This breaks the record of any association in this souutr3r for yearling entries Attacked by Crowd llKvnQUArTKU3 Ky Feb 23 Geo Aldrich of Poole started to drive a flock of crows m his whcatfield The birds attacked him peking out his and his bony was badly lacer A Death at Corydou HKXDEKSOX Ky Feb 23 John Cooper aged 45 died at Corydon early Tuesday morning of meningitis He was only sick two days Another case developed at the county poor farm FitAXKFOKT Ky Feb 23 The state buildings were closed Wednesday in honor of thebirthday of the father of his country Gov Bradley was tho orator of the day at a Washington birthday celebration at Georgetown Kentucky Pen Guard FJSAXKFOKT Ky Feb 22 Joe Mount jr son of Representative J R Mount of Lagrange has been appointed a guard at the Frankfort penitentiary by Warden Lillard Dismantling the Lexington Race ourse DEXIXGIOK Feb 2o Charles Green of St Louis will arrive Wednesday to begin dismantling the famous old race course on which he holds a mortgage for 550000 Slept With a Corpse HEADQUAKTKKS Ky Feb 23 Ilen ley Madox aged 75 was found dead in his bed A young man slept with the corpse all night A NEW LAND DISTRICT a Irocla mutton Kslahlisliliifj One In the Ter ritory of Alaska WASHINGTON Feb new land district in Alaska is created by a proc lamation signed by President SIcKin ley and shortly to be promulgated The land oilier will be established at a town Peavy located at the head of navigation on the Koyukuk river abcut 800 miles from its junction with the Yukon Twelve steamers are said to have navigated the river as far as Peaty last season and the country from this point to the Arctic ocean is very rich in mineral deposits National Educators Meet CoiC3iiius 0 Feb 2J5 The depart ment of superintendence of the Na tional Educational association here Tuesday the estimated at tendance being fully 1000 The are that the gathering will prove one of the most successful ever held by the society Accidentally Shot Himself WINNIPEG Man Feb W Jameson member of parliament for Winnipeg and for years mayor of this city was accidentally shot dead at his home Tuesday night while handling a revolver I Are you restless at night and by a bud cough Use COUSSENS HONEY OE TAR it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt ard- redical cure Price 25 cents and 50 cts C C J E Stormes I I Horton JI I I m ware- housemen lSflSearlings for 10000 fr ate lased Lexington President tins 23A I convened indications j 23R I harassed to S Entries dyes Tuesday fate Buildings Jrclilnlcy Signed glad l NF b CONSUMPTION CURED Dr Ottos Spruce Gnm Balsam will cure case of consumption if taken in time Con starts a slight cough or cold yon will use Dr Spruce Gum Balsam you will cure the the lungs and throat and avoid the most dreaded all consumption Delay in attending to a slight cough may cost yon your bottle Price 2Sc and 50c R E McKoberts Nr Tom B uner had a nice horse badly cut on barbed wire last vea1 T L Sanders lost a nice young calf during the recent cold spell Sam Case sold a plug mare at 1250 last week- I Kara been requested to have it published that Mary will commence a school at Buckeye the mi d of March Peachie Mae the little daughter of Mr and Mrs T L Sanders is on the sick list Uncle Jiminie Shear is very ill at his daughters Mrs Hansfbrd Green Miss Maggie Kaylor is Mrs Mol on a visit this Mrs J II Rainey is on till sick list Mr Gabs Preston is at Lexington on business T L Sanders visited Mrs Rebeccah Scott of Little Hickman samine Si nJay night Mr Mitch Lane and wife returned home Sun day from a three weeks visit to rela tives on Back Creek Miss Pearl Sanders is visiting relatives in Jessa mine this week There is no about it So question indeed with those wl o have used it but that Foleys kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kid ney and Bladder diseases 1m C C J E Stormes The Louisville Club LOUISVILLE Ky Feb IS At a meet ing of the directors of the Louisville Baseball club sift Barney Dreyfus was elected to succeed Harry C Pulliam as president of the club Mr Pulliam was made secretary of the club The club will start south on March 18 for Thomasville Ga where they will do their spring training stock made some time ago were re ordered returned with thanks Judge Barr Resigns LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 21 After a service of nearly twenty years on the bench of the United States court of Kentucky Judge John W Uarr Mon ray announced that he had tendered his resignation to President McKinley on account of ill health and advancing years Judge Barr was appointed by President Hays in 18SO and has a spot less record He will retire on full pay of 5000 per annum having passed the required period 1 he V ret FRANKFORT K Feb 17 John Richards of Louisville a brake man was awarded 5700 damages against the Louisville Nashville Rail road Co for injuries received The jury gave him 5700 but the judge set aside the verdict and gave peremptory instructions to find for the railroad The court of appeals reversed the Wednesday and directs that thE verdict be entered as the judgment Kentucky I armers FRANKFORT Ky Feb 21 State Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore awarded the contract for hit annual purchase of garden seeds Mon day to llurpce Co of Philadelphia The total amount of the purchase wil be about 10000 worth the seeds to b distributed next month in the counties to people who will plant report to the commissioner Tnclgo Holt an Applicant FRAXKFOKT Ky Feb 21 Judge W II Holt of this city exchief justice ol Kentucky will be an applicant for th district judgeship made vacant b Judge Barrs resignation Judge Hoi was a college mate of President lit Kinley and is believed to have a chance to be appoiuted Spin 1899 TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Trees Shrubs small fruits and every thing for Orchard Gar den We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to H F HnXENMEYEK phone 379 Lexington Ky I I This is where gets start and if Otto s diseases i by UNe Leaven at lie mines J O Subscriptions fusedand c Stan judgment Par an splendid I nand I J size sale 51 Miss wee a A C ratio Lai v L n NOTICE Bids Wanted Bids will be received by County Judge R A Burnsidefor repairing and the following roads until January 1 IjOO Quarries for metal will be furnished by the county Said metal shall be broken sufficiently tine to pass at its greatest diameter through a two inch ring Said metal shall be quarried broken and spread by contractor and before being spread or paid for shall be measured by the Commissioner of the district for which said work is done and said metal shall be spread under the sup ervision and approval of said Com missioner Said turnpike roads are d off in the following sections tolai DISTRICT NO 1 T B Robinson S clinic No 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to County Line No 2 Danville pike from Lancaster to double Toll Gate No 4 Lex- iugtou uiiaj from Lancaster to Fork Church No5 Sugar Creek pike whole pike No G Buckeye pike from Lana ter to Sugar pikefromDISTRICT NO 2 Loran IsDn Cornnmsione Section No 1 Lexington pike from Fork church to DIx River and Bryantsville No 2 Lexington pike to River bridge NJ 3 Byrautsvllle and Sugar Creek pike entire pike No J- Bryantsville rind Cane Run pike entire pike No 5 Buena Vistas und Kentucky River pike Buena Vista to K Hackle s gate DISTRICT NO 3 Will Noel Commissioner Section No 1 Buckeye pike from Sugar Creek bridge to Buckeye I1 O No 2 Buckeye pike from Buckeye P O to Statts store No a Poor Ridge pike from Buckeye pike t Pleasant lull School Hou a No 4 Pool Ridge pike from School House to foot of big hill No 5 Hyattmlle pike from Rich mood pike to Back Creek DISTRICT No 4 J II Section No 1 Richmond pike from Laucab ter to V A Hyatts gate Jfo 2 Richmond pike from W A Hyatts gate to Back Creek No 5 Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike gate No C Fall Lick pike from Elmores gate to end of pike No 7 Crab Orchard pike from Bannle Perkins spring to County Lines Bids will also be received for furnish ing and spreading gravel in the sections DISTRICT NO 1 Section No 2 Daaville pike from Toll Gate to Wooden bridge No Daiuvillt pike from double Toll Gate to Iron bridge DISTRICT NO 3 Section No 2 Buckeye pike from Statts fator to Kentucky river No 4 Poor Ridge pike from foot of big hill to Kentucky river No Hyattsvllle pike from Back Creak to county line DISTRICT NO 4 Sectioi No 3 Richm md pike tram Rack Creek to county line No 4 Copper Creel pike entire pike The bids shall be on sections bu bidders are not restricted to one sec stion Said bids shall be sealed am hall be accompanied by a bond fci Jouble the amount of the bid am said bond shall be approved by th before a contract shall be en tered into Tile bidding will be pti rod of 25 Cubic feet All bids to b filled on or before Saturday Macl 11th 18JD at 10 oclock a m and th court will on that day determine tin luantity of metal or gravel to be fm iiished in each district and on eacl section thereof The court reserve Jie right reject any and all bids II A BUKNSIDE Judge Garrard County Cour t February 21st ISJjJ A woman may be able to forgive a man for being different after but let him expect no mercy i he chooses to be indifferent Theres many a slip twixt the and flue lip but there dont seem to bt many between the hero and the emo tional girls mouth The girl who gets married to a man who is looked upon as an adventurer by her friends need never expect any from them if he turns out to be all right They say that crying is good for a childs lungs but it doesnt increase a fathers chances for salvation There is as much difference between 1 skull cap and a wig as there is be tween veneration and contempt The man who always holds his temper is generally so busy doing it that he doesnt have time to accomplish else worthy of jiote Cleveland Leather A TIMELY HINT be wise and see that yourblood is rich and and whole system put in a healthy condition the use Dr ts Liver Then you will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the grip Dr Liver Powder best medicine money can bay For your Cold try Dr Sprue Gum Balsam Pric 25o and 60o r a Bottl For sale McKoberts Drug Store I Ill taIing I wit Kentucky IcQnerry commissioner following towit doubt 5 VIUlOn4 or It lcHllJ1111U marriage cur should perfectly an I1 Otto jb- yRE v Commissioner from Bryuttswille toT 3 hurt sympathy anything You I r e fit t AFTER USING I icascs or the nerative McKoberts Drug Store IIL ViTALITYItt 0The great remeJy fJr nervous prostr ion and alli or either mete ns or Lot ManieodErnissiort Nosy useof cat to Corn W1 5 guam t or money Sold nt 1Oe per boaC bocs for 5oo t r S Cl111i CO Ohio r Ilyr 4T IurIC S Erasansof sea Nereus IrotrationFailingImpotency Nightl I rrors Mental excessiveTitr ccoerOpium vheh nd evererria we o tare r furl te sit Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at O S CK Z T S- It fully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds Farm Machinery Always oai IB IE3 L PAINT LICK Rubber Tires Repairing of All Kinds Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco cfics National Bank R KINNIARD J y HANDMADE BUGGIES q BUCKBOARDS I f MOTTSI They overcome Weak ness irregularity and vig womanhood development of organs and body JTa known remedy for women equals Cannot do harm life a BOX BY MAIL Soldby druggists DR TJOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio McRoberts Drug Store PEI YROY PlllS8iL painsofi f TIE QUEEf CRESCENT Route with its rail and forms the short v t and West India L- J Double Daily Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vcstibuled Queen Crescent fl 1 FC P Railway makes steamer Connections r line to Florida yS points Fast s Service through to FLORIDA AND HAVANA service to Florida via the Southern Railway and i direct steamship con j nection on arrival 2t Miami iast Const or at Tampa West Coast for Key West Havana Itesan Sasitiag San Juan and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans Free books and information by addressing C W ZCLL DIV PASSGR AGENT 4TH AMD RACE SOS CINCINNATI 0O U MITCHELL DIY PASSGS AGENT CHATTANOOGA TENN OR W C RINMRSON GENL PASSGR ACCNT CINCINNATI O lotcmted In the SouUiI Send 10 eu to W C KiMuiou for inosuuea MaatMj Land ud a Uiinj one lent j i 9f 9 3 f i few y V