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Q NINTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a Second Clots I 10 I j ttr flatter JMBER2 n u t I I- tfltf4t 2ceotiN PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM COT Public Square and Dauril e Avenue A Few ofour Low Prices Mens Saddles 275 450 500 and up A good setof Harness 750 Extra heavy blind bridles at75c and 95c The best Collar known at 75c 2 good Back Bands for 25c A good all Leather Collar 85c Trace Chains per par 25c See our line of Wagon Breeching Check Lines Hames Hame Straps Collar Pads etc before buyingAlso the Best Two Horse Wagon ever brought to Lancaster it gives entire s isfaction Look at it before buying J R HASELDEN Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly I t Lancaster l r e c 1 BEAZLEY BAUMAI FUNERAL DIRECTORS RTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 3O 1899 LOCAL HAPPENINGS 3 UUU1UU mmmnrmmmnimmmnrnrmmnnnm nrnrmr m m 711U1111U11111J11 111JUJIUUIUUlU1UIUUJU111UlU1C Pretty Hosiery at Josephe Elegant Dress Goods at Josephs Several drunks left over Monday night Carpets in the roll J A Beazley Co Maple trees for Spring planting J C Thompson The Journal says the small pox scare lost thousands of dollars to Stanford Wanted Car Iron and H B North cott Examine the American No 20 CliP ed Plow at Haseldens it is fully guaranteed Bells flowers Place nines Agent Clover Timothy Blue Grass OrclV ard Grass and Seed Oats at Many of tickets being given away in the guessing on the Range at Josephs See this elegant Range Notwithstandingthe bad weather many people have come to see the lovely dress goods shoes hosiery laces etc at Josephs Eggs and Chickens Good price paid Bring them in before prices drop H B All kinds of weather prevailed this week snow rain hail sleet sun shine On Monday there was good sprinkle of moonshi ne on hand Bells Easter of flowers are arranged to best Flow ers are not thrown how Place your order with Ed C Gaines Agent For Rent The large Lodge Room over Post office call on W T West or YVMcC Johnston for particulars W O I am better prepared to do first class work than ever Bring in Buggy Pheatons or Surrrejs if good work for little money W J ROMANS 1 B s gOt wheae our order for vitli Ed G S Gans hundreds Wanted Northcott has also a bo es ut look he in t I Bradley want 1 are your you Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar Harness cheap W J RoMAir Hear the Shuberts Saturday night Joseph has a superb line of spring dress Second degree work at K P lodge tomorrow night Dr Grant will be at Paint Lick next Tuesday Get our prices on Harness and Sad dlery J R Haselden The Shuberts are the best musicians on the road this season Choice flower seeds in bulk at low prices J C We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co Look out for on Rubber tires W J Romans has the best made The choicest Easier flowers lire sent Fancy Clover Hay sold and where Yin town by G Gaines Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutricious and Digestable Nothing like it II C Potts Buck eye Ky A nice box of Easter owers for 2 a better one for 31 something extra from 5 to 10 Ed Gaines agent for Bell fhe Florist For Rent 25 acres of sod land already plowed for Hemp Terms on application to C W A nderson Bell the Florist you the choicest cut flowers Easter Can get them here in a few yurs Ed C Agent Landlord Vanity Dr W B Penny who was captain of Co B 9th Immunes has laid his sword and taken charge of the St Asaph hotel in Stanford A B Robertson Bro the hustling dry goods merchants of Danville send a message to their Garrard county friends through the columns of TimE RECOUD today See second page goods v ty Thomps Swindlers out Bell The FI r Ed Agent and S wi se fo GG tees aside S by C nines Timothy delivered C IEW SPRING STYLES We Lavejust received our Complete lines of MEWS YOUTHS See our Mens All Woolr Suits at 5 You cant find Boys ChUdrens Clothing I anything in Central Kentucky that will compare with them We eau Show you the Most Stylish line of Suits at 750 10 12 and 15 ever shown by us I 1111 p WWW R or anyone else in Lancaster Come in and get one before the sizes are broken j iI Everything New and Stylish in BOYS and CHILDRENS SUITS Prices lower complete line of Shirts Underwear Neckwear and Hats Our complete line of ladies Fine Oxfords will be on display in a few days Wait for them we can save you money on them o LOGAN AND ROBINSON c J fi q t havesJ i 5- r K J kui rr PopeTurner Rev Ira Partin united the hearts and hands of Air Joe Pope and Miss Alice Turner at Hiattsville Both are well known young people and they have many well wishes Only fifty cents admission to all parts of the house Have seats re served for the Shubert concert The board is at McRoberts store and theres no extra charge for reserving seats To buy a firstclass stock of goods requires experience care and cash Afl were at hand in purchasing Josephs spring stock and he is now showing the prettiest and best goods to be found anywhere Barred Plrniotlirockn I have a fine pen of the above chick ens and will sell at 50 cents per setting of 15 They are medium size splendid layers and mature early Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store tf R VY McRoberts Reception The Ladies Aid Society will give a reception in this evening at 730 to meet Eld and Mrs Charles E Powell All members of the church in addition to those of the society and pastors of other churches are cordially invited to be present Postponed On account of the concert Saturday night the Social Club will not meet until Saturday week at which time the Philippine question will be dis cussed All are cordially invitee to meet with the club and an enjoyable evening is assured Pay Your School Tax The Garrard Circuit Court has de cided that the Lancaster Graded Com mon School is on a legal basis and that the school tax must be paid and un less paid at once levies and sales will be made By order of the Board of Trustees E W Harris Collr New Stand VVe are now new building corner Crab Orchard and Campbell streets better prepared than ever to furnish Flour in exchange for wheat Farmers bring on your grain and get a good turnout of flour second in qual ity to none in the state POTTS Buos Excellent Paper A sample copy of The White Rib bon a neat little parer publisred by the W C T U has been received at this office It is chock full of choice reading matter of great interest to lovers of the temperance cause The subscription price is small and all tem perance workers should have a copy The Knight of Pythias have secured the Shubert Concert Co to of their superb entertainments at the Court House in Lancaster Saturday night The a national reputation and give an entertainment worth double the price of It will cost nothing extra to have a good seat reserved Call at McRoberts Drug Store and see the board Suitable Timber There is a general desire among the Garrard democrats for Judge M J Hughes to announce for he hasnt said yes yet There are many who think the republicans wouldnt put up a man if the judge ac cepts the nomination knowing the folly in trying to beathim even with their big republican majorty Stanford Journal Sentence Reduced Acting Governor Worthington has commuted the sentence of Mack Ferrill from life to ten years Ferrill killed Saml Engleman Long Sam at Stanford several years ago This re duction together with his good time will leave about two more years for Ferrill to serve The Stanford Jour nal says the report that Judge Saufley and attorney Sam Owsley the commutation is untrue Court Day Everybody and his dog came to town Monday it looked as if the day would be a good one but it turned out to be dull for a March There were from 350 to 400 cattle on the market most of which channel hands privately Yearling steers and heifers brought from 12 to 17 cows 18 to 22 a lot of butcher stuff 3c to 3Jc a bunch of yearling heifers 18 A few hogs sold at 3ic bought several good mules at from 50 to 90 Several plug horses were sold bat are so slow now that it is while to even quote the prices MowsMoss The marriage of Miss Eudoxie Moss and Mr Eugene Moss was solomnized at the residence of the brides parents in this city yesterday The bride is the daughter ofMr W B Moss She young lady of rare beauty and In tellect She is a graduate of College at Harrodsburg and also nf the Lexington Business College The groom is a native of Henderson N C but for some time has held a position in Lexington Immediately ceremony the for Lexington where will reside THE RECORD extends congratulations to the happy these the Christian church i our 2t give one admission representative- but absolute recommended Bowen a Daughters 4 i J k jz W f1I 5 Sliuberts have 1 and court Fox not worth i pairs Ly Sawyers Time Reduced Gov Worthington has reduced the sentence of Sawyer who killed Bob Burnside A strong fight has been made for Sawyer ever since he killed Burnside at Barboursville several years ago Handsome Work Architest Jas R Ryan has made plans of several dwellings for Lancas ter people and the work has been highly praised by all who have seen it His drawings made for H M Ballou Cable Denny A H Rice and others have been much admired and and the parties having it done are congratulating themselves on securing him Mr Ryans son Richard is an artist of great skill and two cleverer gentlemen could not de found Not Much Talk I dont hear much talk On politics here Whats the matter asked a visitor of a Lancaster man Monday Its because nearly everybody has gone to work replied the citizen and they have no time to talk Of course there are a few fellows talking who have no other occupation but most of our people have found that bread and meat cannot be earned by sitting on a goods box and talking pol They Like Him The many compliments we heard passed upon Hon R C Warren convinces us further that he has a strong hold on the Garrard county peoples friendship and they are for him for anything he wants During the term of court he has just held here lawyers jurors and litigants alike were in their praise of his fair prompt and quick decisions on ques tions presented We have never a judge to give better satis faction than has Judge Warren Speaking Monday Hon McChord candidate for democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner addressed a big crowd at the Court House Monday and we learn added many new friends to his already long list in Garrard Mr Mc Chord honored THE RECORD office with a call and we found him to be a gentleman well versed on questions of the day and very confident of his nomination He has much faith in building of the Southern road from Burgin to Middlesboro and said the plan was quite plausible To the North The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti bule between Cincinnati and Lexing ton Free Parlor cars and Queen and Crescent Standard Vestibuled day coaches 4 trains daily to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains northQueen and Crescent trains are with out a peer in the South 17 miles shortest line unequalled train service W C Rinearson General Passenger Agent Will Name a Date Secretary Farra of the Commercial Club has received a letter from Mr Spencer president of the Southern saying he would be absent from New York for several days but would write him within the next three weeks and name a date to receive the committee from here and other towns along the proposed route The committee will be composed of business men from each county ones who can talk busi ness and lay the matter before the in its true light The Garrard county club is meeting with much as was expected a few will kick on the road Convention Call Pursuant to a call of the State Central Committee a will be held at each voting pre cinct in Garrard county on Saturday April 1 1899 at 2 oclock p m to elect delegates to attend the County Convention to be held In Lancaster on the of April 1899 Each precinct shall be entitled to one dele gate for each two hundred votes and fraction thereof over one hundred votes cast for democratic electors for President at the November election in 1896 This call is for counties in 2nd Rail road Commissioners District and the delegates elected at the county con vention are to cast the vote of the county at the convention to be held in April 6 1899 GEO T FARRIS Chm LETCHER OWSLEY Secy The friends of Eld and Mrs Wm Walden deeply sympathize with them in the loss of their eighteenmonths old baby Mary Brewer The parents bad been visiting Mrs Wai dens mother near Harrodsburg for several days when the baby was taken ill of pneumonia All that medical skill could do was done to relieve the little sufferer but she expired at an early hour Thursday morning The remains were brought to Lancaster and interred Saturday morning being conducted at the grave by Eld Chas Powell The parents have much sympathy in bereavement itics loud known C C officials bud Democratic convention 3rd day I Frankfort Walden c ii ci C7 i ti t rt r e encouragement services their a 7YWar Y ti v mm STILL COMING IN Our stock will be lrge and complete in every detail We are showing handsome line of Ladies Tailormade Suits Silk and Satin Shirt waists Top Skirts and Petticoats all ready to wearOur line ofWool Dress Goods in black and colors silk shirt waist pattern is large attractive in style good in quality and low in prices We have new in Wash Fabrics from the Cheapest to the Best Come and look us over and you will decide at once that you will make your Spring purchases of and SUMMR GOODS G CO i0 9 everything LOGANDRY GOODS CO rr- ti 1 The Kncloivnmeiit Rank Mr Joe F Waters succeeds in ad ding many names to the list of mem bers of the Endowment Hank Knights of Pythias This insuruuce is safe and cheap The K Ps are among the strongest orders in America and the insurance branch is managed by ex perienced business men The Lan castej Rank now numbers about CrutcliticldSoulden The Lexington Herald of Tuesday says Mrs Maggie Bouiden daughter of Col John W Poor of Garrard was married in that city to Mr John II Crutchfield The bride was the widow of Hon Chas M Boulden who was one of the most prominent and popular men in Garrard county The groom was engaged in the dry goods business in Lexington but retired several years ago Trusted Servant Dead Lucinda Anderson who has been cooking for Mr and Mrs Robt L El kin for nearly ten years died at their residence Friday Mrs Elkin tells us the woman was so obliging and atten tive about her work that the entire family had become attached to her The matter of securing honest faith ful servants has become difficult task and when one is secured it is hard to have to part with them Tea Years Old Ten years ago THE RECORD made its first appearance in Lancaster It was edited by the lamented James R Marrs until 1895 when the present publisher took hold of the throttle with an inexperienced hand and no extra fuel in the tender to help pull the steep hill before us During these four years we have made a long pull a stiong pull and an unrelenting pull to keep steam and next will reach the mile post not much better off so far as fuel is concerned but with a fair supply of experience and a firmer determination to yet catch even and run on schedule time We heartily appreciate the manner in which our subscribers have stuck to us but feel that we have fallen short in giving them value re their kind patronage With a big debt hanging over us and an enormous weekly expense account the clouds of despondency have gathered but believing as we do that all things come to him who hustles we spat upon our greasy inky hands took fresh hold and were soon too busy to brood over kicking creditors delinquent subscribers etc We desire to thank our patrons sel arately and collectively for their kindnesses and promise to strive moredilllgently in the future to merit their support by giving them a home paper full of home news and pulling at all times for the of home enterprises fort county Saturday fourth ceivedfor frequently strictly 0 1 ofr i gt I advancement yrt y TERM5 OF SUBSCRIPTI year in Adnarcfper1foo Book your order for an Easter box of Bells choice cut flowers with Ed C Gaines Agent A large lot of Collars Pads Hames Tracechains and wagon breeching going cheap J R Haselden A Great Success I have had my cistern cleaned with the Automatic Cistern Cleaner owned by and Hatcher and it gives perfect satisfaction Jacob Joseph I am well pleased with the work done by the Automatic Cistern Cleaner Its a great success Jno M Duncan The Automatic Cistern Cleaner does its work to perfection It removes all dirt and leaves the water as clear as crystal My cistern is now as clear as if all water had been removed and it had been cleaned in the old fashion way II A B Marksbury R E Henry has charge of the machine and will attend properly to all orders See him or leave word at TUB RECORD office Colored Recruits The War Department has wired Lt W T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry sending the former to Fort Grant Arizona and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake City This cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and Caval ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T JoHNSTON f10tf Main St Lexington Ky Ready for Business Come and give your measures and save a few dollars Best quality at shoddy prices from Wanamaker and Brown and Howard Tailoring com pany You can get the first choice by coming now and order suit to come when you want it Suits tailormade from 10 to 30 Readytowear Suits 750 to 20 Come while I am at home Fit and quality quaranteed All wool M D HUGHES Agent Low Rates National Convention Union Reform Party of Ohio Cincinnati 0 March 1 2 1899 V Annual Convention National Ameri can Womans Suffrage Association Grand Rapids Mich April 27 to May 5 1899National Society Sons of the Revolution Detroit Mich May 1 1899American Library Association Atlanta Ga May 820 1899 Annual Encampment G A R of Tennessee Rockwood Tenn May 10 111899 From points in Tennessee I Austin service c is anex American Convention 1 J II i t 4 i t ti i 4 t- J k W i r iI Jo t J CENTRAL RECORD ZVERY WKEK BY O1S AWDJI 1T Publisher t J1 o L CASTER KENTUCKY S i id Hs Js W- TUUJS 25 I YAx I DVM CE LAX Six MoNT T IIURSJDAY Marcli PAINT LICK at Mt Tabor next Sun day I Mrs Heir Moore has a new line of lineryA weeks meeting conducted by Rev Smith closed at Lowell night Rev Ellet filled his appointment at Fair View Sunday- R N Beasley our tobacco man is about through prizing his tobacco Mrs W S Fish who been sick fur awhile is now able to be up Mr C B Englennins children who have been sick for sonic time are slowly improving It is whispered around there will soon be a wedding at Lowell Will rive names later Danny Moore Co have great deal of corn from 125 to 150 barrel delivered Mrs Rebecca Moore has opened her milinery shop and has a of spring hats cheap lIr J C lludcer our miller who has been sick for several days is now able to run the mill Rev John Pond died at his home in Perry ville the 18th He is the father of Mrs Alex Ely at this place Mr J B Parks has been confined- to his room for several days with his back but is now able to be around Will Champ who has been clerking for R L Jennings Co has retired and gone in business at Mt Vernon 2sTo 5057 drew the buckboard at R L Jennings Cos Mr B F Brown of Madison county was the lucky man Owing to so much rain our farmeis are very backward with their work arid it will be late before any corn is plantedMrs Shumate who has been on the sick list we are glad to learn is better Mrs Dr Mays is also on the sick list Mr L A Beasley friend from Bourbon county are visiting at Sam Campbells Will Tudor now smiles behind the counters for R L Jennings W A Wallace who has been in bus mess here is now moving his goods to Winchester where he will go in mer chandise business 1 B Ely has employed a blacksmith from near Bryantsville and is now rea ly to do all kinds of work and guar antee satisfaction Itf I scs Ioyntz have returned from a visit to Richmond Drs Poyntz isenLurg have been kept busy sot much sickness in the neighborhood P D Ballard visited relatives here the past e k Rev Wnyts and wife huvti returned from a visit to liuston- ville Dr was in this place last week extracting teeth B F Jennings was among his many friends at Bryantsville the latter part of last week Sam Haselden of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with R L Jennings We have returned from the cities with our new spring goods and invite everybody to see them We have a larger assortment than ever before We ask the ladies in to see our line of Dress Goods Embroider ics Carpets Mattings and Furniture and the gentlemen to see our Xob by Clothing Shoes and Hats We have everything kept in an uptodate General Merchandise Store and our prices are exceptionally low See our Xew Silver Ware which we give away with cash purchases Very R L JHXXINGS Co General Merchandise and Furniture Paint Lick Ky Story of a Slave The results over of an indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of HERBIXE Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m MARKSBURV J C Boner was so unfortunate as to lose a nice horse last week with a dis ease supposed to be lung fever- J B Aldridge is quite a successful angler He went fishing three days of last week and did not catch less than 20 pounds 6f fish and not a fish less than a foot long Hamilton and wife of Lan caster spent Sunday with Mr Reuben Naylor and wife Sunday MrsEras mus Dunn of Bettis visited Mrs Ruth Aldridge who has been quite sick for several days but is some bet ter at this writing Although the weather was inclem ent a very good crowd attended the tragic Lantern Show by Professor Hagerman at Rice Academy evening A handsome gold ring was offered to the ptettiest young lath present There were only three all very pretty but Miss Katharine Moore won the prize by a majority of live votes Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Cure ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing congregations No excuse for it now Stormes Drug Store ff 301899 thing h s bought- a Jar brotherand i rs C an 1 t r J i of r j I r each JamesL Monday r j x r t Wednesday 1 C j beautiful line E C r t 1 Grant elegant L F Respectfully t d t x iday Y 1 t crd y d Our stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods is now complete With pleasant weather and no toll why not come for your Goods where you can find the largest variety the very latest ideas and every price based on spot cash Our store is this place Our line of is exceedingly attractive Every one of them has basn cut and made since March 1st and show only correct spring shapes We have suits made of all wool lined with silk throughout both coat and skirt for t12 50 Fine Venitian suits with embroidered coats and skirts and coats handsomely silk lined at 1500 and 1650 Vinitians suits with best Taffeta Silk lining all throughout for 1950 We show all the best colors and black in suits from 11 to 3000 SKIRTS We have in stock about 100 separate shirt waists skirts The decided favorite is black cheviot either plain or trimmed These we have in great variety from 300 to 1250 Many styles and all new Venitian skirts both plain and trimmed from 600 up We keep made suits or skirts but only the best tailor made garments and prices are low est possible for this class of goods We cannot hope to describe these in any detail and can only say that we have 20 different styles ranging in price from 300 to 1800 All in within the last week We have in stock probably 200 pieces ne Silks Waist patterns in stripes plaids cheni etc in every shade ranging in price from 85c to 400 yard Handsome fancy dress silks in printed Foulards liberty Satins etc 125 150 175 and 200 yd Mouseline De Soie in light and dark colors 27 inch wide at 50a yd Best Taffeta silks at 85c yd Black satin duchesse at 75c 100 125 and 150 Dont fail to see our superb silks BLACK CREPONS For skirts in the medium and fine grades are very scarce and in great demand We have twelve pieces now in stock ranging from150 to 400 yd Choice line of cloored dress goods from 50c for tailor dresses skirts etc We have 50 feefr of shelving full of new wash wont see elsewhere Immense lines of plain white and fancy Pique from 12 to 50c yd Every variety thin white goods from 6c to 400 yd f IJ 1Tille N G A N 0 Ur C Mtfs J1- f a t11 TAllOR MADE i SIi SEPARATE no trashy Shirt Waists entirely 1 SllKSa at100 Printed to400 WASH GUODS fancylinensc r rc J FNor 6 t9- w ii 3- TSPRI r NT11 X best r I c 3 t ii 2 i g 8 t r R f aft e- L stq Cracks at I was rolled up iij a good featherbed at the home of Mr U V Gaines on the corner of the Public Square last Friday night and as I had before re tiring been reading about wars and rumors of wars was dreaming of men falling on a battlefield and heard the groans of the dying when Bang bang bang bang bang bang six shots in succession with such rapidity as I never heard before followed by other sixes from sixshooters loaded to the muzzle rang outon the midnight air creating a bigger racket than Dewey and his host bombarding the Spanish at Manila and I imagined ov ry man in Garrard who had over had a grudge against anybody had met his enemy on tho Public Square and that the whole layout were fighting to a finish My dream is a realization I said to my shivering self as I reach ed after my shoes to rush to tho scene of the unusuul conflict and help care for the wounded and dying Just then the thought occurred to me that Lan caster is without a night policeman I knew then the racket was being kicked up by the boys who were in nocently practicing target shouting with the mopn for the target About 785 shells were found next morning and very truly there was a hot time In old town It would take very pressing business to get me to walk across the Public Square alone in Lan caster after night as bullets have no eyes and are too weighty for me to carry very many at a is if I have to catch them on the fly J have more sense than my looks would ndicate have Jmcl enough to venp myself out of the lire and if ev er I am in Lancaster again at night I am going to crawl in a hole as soon as the shades of evening draw nigh and stay there till broad day light A good many Lancaster boys sleep only on Sindayy If every man in Garrard was not in town Monday then the male popula tion of the county must be immense About nine out of every hundred were here on business Louis Landram is the hardest work ing man in Lancaster and one of the best follows in the world said Joe Robinson to me the other day and he told the truth He works day in and day out and fully desorves the success he lids achieved in placing THE RECORD at the front of the news paper procession in Kentucky more local news and original than papers generally contain I enjoy the original expressions in the RECORD said Mr A R Denny When not busy writing he Ja it in the mechanical and can print almost in three shakes of a sheeps tail anything that goes on paper He can run an engine like an oldtimer in that business am in fact goes all the working gaits The people know they have a good thing in the person of Bro Landram and are Ijini up the lad der of 1 want you to go home with me one evening for and take your cornet I will play on the baritone and my wife will accom pany us on the piano and we will run every rat out of that portion of town he said to me Friday Well I have never yet refused an invitation very gladly embraced the opportunity of ascertaining that Mrs Landram is a hostess as splendid as she is attract ive in person and manners and as are her sisters also Mrs Landram is e erybodys friend Ed to me and consequently exceedingly popular played on the the rats Louis had mentioned were spellbound in admiration but when we turned loose on a brass band duet time rats lit out While I was sitting around on barrels and chairs discussing my own and my neighbors affairs in BFQ Ilum phry Ballous store Monday a lady came in to make a purchase whom thought was the Miss Kate Wherritt I knew some 15 or 18 years ago had not since I very seldom wait for the formality of an introduc tion as I dont expect to live in this world but once and intend to get ac quainted with everybody before go ing up higher to walk the streets of of Gold so I quickly ascertained it was Miss Kate now Mrs W A Berkele and that time has increased her looks and weight I only weigh 190 and the best looking man you have seen in Lancaster is my husband she said in answer to two questions J pro pounded Mrs Borkelo used to visit when quite a young lady and her sunny disposition made her a wel come guest Bro Letcher Owsley and W Lud Evans told me yesterday that I am a little inclined to be liberal in throwing bouquets I believe that kind words and tender sympathy is needed worse in this old world of ours than anything else by a considerable majority as they are so easily given and so often withheld and I believe that bouquets for the living are productive of more good than flowers upon the graves and in the obituaries of the dead The Lancaster Masonic lodge goat is an unusually fine animal is I saw him Monday night and he performs as beautifully as trained dogs in a circus Volcanic Eruptrons A re grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them alsp Running and Fever Sors Ulcers Moils Felons Corns Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches a box Cure guaranteed Sold by E E Me Roberts Druggt 1m J 1 E and the timethat aha s I know printing pl prosperity supper and Gaines said When she piano I and Stanford Only 25 cts r Jit p I I ite i ir y G4oGG6 44W 1oi- 0w oo oaoeoooTrte editorials tome department long tr seen Old brats x 1 V spnpmm wnrw wwww mmmsmmamm DANVILLE KY pure Fine Ifc W J iiect f Jas c- a 0ro Drugs StatiDne y i qrlicZes 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 11 1tl 1Al i11 iZe Dr Ottos Sprue Gum Balaam A physician can prescribe Dr Ottoa Sprite is on the Cures your in a day pleasant to take Children cry for Large bottles Price 25c and For Beautiful Complexion Us Dr Carl8tt4t German Liver Powder For sale by- E E McRoberts Lancaster lodge has some of the bright est Masons in the state I would like for you to visit The Shoot said Bro Thomas Waller Reid to me and then give us a pen of it As politely as I knew how asked him to excuse me as I have long been struck on myself and dont propose t o place in jeopardy a as Important as Ilteem mine to be Crossing the Public Square at mid night is dangerous enough for me while Lancaster is without a night policeman The Shoot is that portion Ci tHo suburbs where bullets whim through windows at the rate of a mile a minute and informant says they are sometimes picked up by the shovel full From 9 p in to 4 a m reigns and I reckon a of the 17 goverment licenses are owned by residents of that portion of the city anti tigors without any eyes roam at their own will To get me to pass through The Shoot and Ilobson would have to ac companyme and Ilobson would have to be guarded I presume to prevent him from kissing the female residents of that suburb The miraculous feat of Shelton artQnSQn f Parton is be ng revived since his recent removal Lancaster Shelton Is now 18 and at age of 14 had the thrilling exper encoof falling down a cliff a hundred high on Cumberland river From time he was big enough to start to Sunday School he had not missed going a single Sabbath till one in the summer of 1805 when all alone he was en route thither with his Sundayschool papers iq his Uanc He across or 8 naughty boys who coaxing persuaded hint accompany them on a hunting ex cursion ThcyAYere journying along thin banks of the Cumberland inhale ing the sweet purf umes of the mount ain flowers while the songs of music throated birds entranced the listen ing air and with thoughts of the grief his action would cause his parents to undergo Shelton was not sufficiently cautious but stepped too close to the precipice his footholt t gave and with a shriek he his fearful discent from one ledge of rock and tree top to another graL bing at everything in sight and finally landing 100 feet below in the raging stream but little the worse for wear and being a Baptist hence not afraid of water he pulled for the shore and is time hero of this paragraph of truth which is stranger than fiction He re sumed his attandance at Sunday School and I dont reckon a con pny of the State could ever initi ate hini into going squirrel on Sunday I am told he i3 a boy and am quite sure no individual in the worlds history ever had more thrilling experience and lived to toll the tale Allhoys should learn a les son from Sholtons experience and shun every appearance of evil Dr J B Kinnaird says nine Garrard county roads center at the mouths of Sugar Creek What I dont know will till volumes was not aware till hu told me this that a town was once laid off there and he says that destined to become an im portant spot in time Universe In fact it is a great shipping point now the steamboat City taming them once a week and oftener Squire Kinnaird says that 40 years ago a to bacco buyer from Europe Bill Walls came there to make purchase of the weed and jokingly to a gentleman who waS there from Casey county that he wanted to buy cats to ship to Buying cats What are paying for them was asked Ten cents apiece said Mr Walls That ended the conversation and two weeks later a wagon loaded with 1100 cats in r the quick agent of death Fully onethird of recent deaths have from pneumonia following la Grippe Pneumonia cannot follow the use of Foleys Honey and Tar 1m C C J E Stormes picture I life pandemonium few sect p Rev Ira to the feet the spine after great tQ I liway t hl morning said you Pneumonia- is been I size a any Dewey morning came f began nrtli fill bright a bull England A BUSINESS We have received our Spring Goods and will have a Grand Opening SATURDAY APRIL 8th All are cordially invited to come and see our Lovely Hats Pretty etc Sallie D Tillett Itianmrchg Iron erve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous ener gy are not found wh re St mach Liver Kidneys and Bowels out of order If you want thsa qualities and the success they tiring Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 2la at II E McKoberts Druggist 1m wooden cages drove up in front of Mr Walls oilice There is your cats and I got them all over Casey Lincoln and Boyle counties said the driver Squire Kinnaird said the European buyer said the joke was on him and he paid for the cats 10 cents without a word Time felines were then turned loose on south side of Sugar Creek and swarmed around the adjacent farm houses making night hideous raising all sorts of Cain on the back yard fences Some of the same stock of cats still survive in Garrard and Jessamine and in 1872 Judge French Tipton who was then running the Lancaster Letter here advertised a catnue hero in Mr Mal Gills Blue Grass pasture in which one of those same cats was en tered Thousands of people were present reel white and blue programs gave each cats Wane and I am told the greatest race in the history of the world took pli2e when the cats were turned out of the bags President Gif tons cat proved a winner the great grand dam of which feline being one of the number purchased by the European tobacco buyer at the head waters of Sugar Creek where Dr J B Kinnaird insists all important roads center Tud jeTiptons cat race will be handed down in Garrards history The boys around Lancaster can pull triggers faster than any other lot o night marksmen in the wide world SKETAW If you have a cough throat weak lures pain in the chest difficult breathing croup or hoarse ness let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure Always reliable null slate Stormes Drug Storo The American farmer is up to principles in all things bettor than in the rearing of horses The difference between the well matured draft horse today and the scrub is S100 and all this difference stands for clear less the cost of extra service foeHave you a cough A close of Cous sons Honey Tar will relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents 1m C C J E Stormes Our largest wheat crop in Indiana was in 1814 43044000 bushels Time next largest crop was in 1892 39885 000 bushels and next was the crop of last year 38429000 bushels The larg est crop produced in the country was that of last year 675148000 bushels A Physician 2 Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY j j j Price 25 50c R E McRoberts Surin I tobacco apiece conic I irritation f 1 1 O1euIll i Trimmings are teat business profit i s s EDUCATION abslmely njcesrery to the young or woman wbo would win Jf roan young success in This being conceded t la importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank TILE BRYANT STBATTOJT BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY life of first BOOKKEEPING SHORTHANDTELEGRAPHY I fl- i lineGraduatesa testimonials from graduatesprominent osltlona allover United 8 te81t wU be mailedyop r j J c q tt y beautiful book in the to Our Fine Red Durham Bun Vill make the present season on our farm 2 miles from Lancaster on new Danville pike and will serve cows at 100 Money due at time im AM and ED BOURNE J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Surveyor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Public Sale I will sell at publIc outcry at my residence near Marcellns on SATCRDAY APRIL 15 99 properly 1 sixyearoldTMare Mule 2 two yearold Horse Mules 2 Cows 1 Disc Drill 1 self Rake 1 Disc Cutting Harrow 2 Cultivators 1 Diamond 1 Rollar Cider Mill Dix cutting BOT Full set Blacksmith Tools many other Will also sell a lot of Meet Household aiMta AlsoSo tons of Hay c WJH Dumber and 1000 feet of TERMS made known onCyof sale SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE GOOF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Ads Post Office LAVCASTER ORGANIZED 1883 yr k ofservice The Harrow Furniture e Lumber C F YEAGEC FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE Office over KUTLClar tz following articled JurcellasKy I r G NATIONAL BANK OF LANOASTEE FT ITIZEN a Capital Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED tiarelnl and PromptAttention Guaranteed I H IIlCQINEOTHAJJ LEWIS Y LKAVKLL B F HUDSON O RIOKET CD WALK K President VicePresident Cashier Assistant Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J M HI8SINSOTH AJC IEWI8 Y LXATI- UJ8 JOHNSON TMARNOLD- H C ARNOLD JB B F HUDSON ILXZQIBBS JJWALXBB JACOB Y BOBIKSON Diseases For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum antI eczema Cham berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an eqnal It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch Scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and Dr fa Condition Powders frhorses are the best tonic blood purifier md vermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby RE McRobeits Druggist Lancaster S BEAZ1VEY Teeth extracted without pain w th Vitalized Air Office In the Xew Thompson Building R KINNAiaO3 Insurance Agency Representing over In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford 9 Queen of America National of Hartfort Plienix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British aH J Merchaatile Seri a American of Y rk Liverpool sad London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Trees Shrubs small fruits and every thing for Orchard Lawn and Gar den We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to H F EIILLENMEYER phone 279 Lexington Ky 50000 10000 w Cash Skin lids v fFA DENTIST 57JOOOJOCO y Saw COMPANY 1899 1 granulated s 9 rill it 1 I B1EFIT of WE MUST HAVE INCREASE IN THE ARMY air Our SPRING LINE is BETTER and LARGER than Ever Before I r ice AN BUYERS F General ForTh The Nation s Uptodate Neckware WEARINGEST SHOES In the State S JL Frohman Go Kentucky t THE LOBE Danville ATAGUAJENTh1HD J iTWasry Opening Saturday April Bth will have an Elaborate Display of Spring and Summer Millinery A Most Elegant line of Pattern Hats and win be shown and we extend a cordial invitation to all Remember the date APRIL 8th Phone 85 NOEL SISTERS f F a- We h CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY March 30 1899 Col W S Fergurson has returned to CovingtonMiss Gill is at home from col lege at Oxford Ohio W A Bsrkele of Frankfort was here a few days this week Miss Nora Saunders of Kirksville has been visiting Miss Pearl Ross Miss Maggie Bright of Stanford is with Miss Lizzie Thompson this week Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers and Pearl Huffman visited at Mt Hebron SundayMiss Huffman of Danville is the charming uest of Miss Lena RogersMessers Jaret Mock and Virgil Rice of visitors here MondayMiss Warren of Stanford is the guest of her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford will be Miss Eugenia Bushs guest this week Rev Donald McDonald and wife of Shelbyville have been visiting rely ives in this city Miss Lelia Bryant of Danville is visiting relatives and friends in this week Miss Eugenia Bush is expected home this week from several months visit to Beebee Ark and St Louis Messrs Ancel Dismuk es and John Crum Jr of Danville called on friends in this vicinity Sunday Miss Bertha Burnside has returned from a months visit to her aunt Mrs Woodford G Dunlap in Lexington M E Prewit and family leave this week for Thackersville Indian Territ ory where they will make their home W II Kemper will leave for Kansas Thursday where he has accepted a position with the H M Co Mrs Charles E Powell has joined her husband in this city They will occupy one of the Ward residences on Lexington street Squire W H Kinnaird has been confined to his room for a week with an attack of lagrippe He is some better at this writing Danville were 1 Southern J f eeoeeeeaoaoeoo4oaeeeeeoeeeooo IPERsO1Thjo000000ooooovoooooooooaooooa 11 f r Lancaster McCor- mack c Paines Celery Compound Gives I Strength Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong sell and recommend itI lIinllIllljllUII1I1 We Maj William Collier has been at home for a few days The major is in fire health and army life seems to have agreed with him Ed Walton was here Monday He must have collected all the dollars the crowd as very few found their way into the RECORDS till We are glad to see Mr Ed Gaines on foot again He was confined to his bed for a week by illness but does not look much the worse for wear Judge M D Hughes returned from Liberty where he organ lied a lodge of Maccabees He will remain at home all spring now and to his clothing business Col Joe Sretaw Waters to Stanford the week af tar having worked up a good section of the Endowment Rank K of and made a world of friends in Lancaster Editor James Maret of the Mt Vernon Signal was in town Monday and honored and sanctum by a call Jim has Garrard county blood in his veins and a tender spot in his heart for her people Hes making the Signal one of the best weeklies in the state and we hope is also raking in the shekels with it Mr Jessie W Sweeney returned from Cincinnati Saturday night While in the city he engaged with Baum Balz wholesale hatters and will the road June 1st THE RECOHD ollicc has just printed several thousand large posters in which Mr Sweeney states he will close out his big stock of goods regardless of cost The Louisville Commercial of Wed nesday 22nd prints the following Louisville friends have received cards announcing the marriage on April 5 at Dallas Texas of Miss Minnie Arm strong and Mr Edgar L Flippenboth of that place Miss Armstrong is the daughter of Mr John S Armstrong who for many years conducted a whole sale grocery business in Louisville Since his removal to the Lone Star state he has won popularity staunch as that which was his here as ail evi one year Miss Armstrongs mother was Miss Allie T White a daughter of Capt Frank J White the veteran newspaper man of Lancaster Ky She is a twin sister of Mrs Mollie Young All the Bluegrass section remembers the White twins for their beauty Miss Armstrong has certainly inherited this from her mother Since her in the Texas metropolis Miss Armstrong has frequently visited in Louisville as guest of Mrs ADRoach and also the family of Judge Wheeler I I Saturday returned first of I goon president debut it attend See our Beautiful Line Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Bsst Quality Low Prices I OF R E MTROBERTSI w 0 I1 1- t 1r tr Our stock of CLOTHING is selected from Best Eastern Markets McGee and has been the recipient of much social attention Mr E P Moritz of St Louis was in town this week His handsome wife accompanied him to Stanford where she is now visiting the family of her father M F Elkin That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Hills Thous sufferers have proved their metchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by R E McEoberts Drug gist im KENTUCKY DELEGATES the National Editorial Association Convention at Portland Mr Woolfolk of the Advocate who is President of the Kentucky Press Association has appointed the follow ing delegates to the next annual con vention of the National Editorial As sociation which will be held at Oregon in July Chas M of the Sentinel Shelbyville Harry Tandy of the News Paducah W Q Adams of the Inquirer Owensboro Louis of TIlE RECORD Lan caster M F Conley of the News Louisa and J R Collier of the Favor ite Franklin Alternates J M Al len of the Democrat Cynthiana C C Pare of the News Glasgow J J Glenn of the Hustler Madisonville Joint L Bosley of the Reporter Par is Wallace MacKay of the Tiger Shepherdsville and Clarence E Woods of the Climax Richmond Information concerning the can be had by applying to J M Page the Secretary Jerseyville Ill or G S Rosser National Committee man from Kentucky Maysville The delegatef from the south will rendez vous as Chicago and from there to Portland in special trains Arrange meats will be made for those who wish to take side to the Yellowstone Park Seattle Alaska and other points of interest Danville Advocate Pneumonia Follows La Grippe but pneumonia cannot follow the use of Foleys Honey and Pneu monia is striking down hundreds of those who thought they were cured of la Grippe Foleys Honey and Tar taken during or after la Grippe is guaranteed to prevent pneomonia 1m C C J E Stormes Ninety Miles an Hour In the recent record breaking runs made by the fast mail trains over the lines of the Chicago Burlington and the Chicago and North western Railroads Cleveland Moffett as special representative and corres pondent of ntade the trip from start to finish Full details of the round trip from Chicago to Omaha which is the most recent at the same time in many and for reasons the most interesting and exciting race against time ever made in this country are vividly described as they actually pre sented themselves to the writer who rode in the cab by the side of the whose hand on the throttle ton trolled the engine on this most record breaking run This article which will appear in Mc Clures Magazine for April will be replete with illustrations and pen pictures The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomac and liver are out of orber All such should know thatDr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that berfect health and great energy Only25 cents at any Brier but Expressive Two dealers trading side by side One for his trade on ads relied One to old fogy methods trusted The first the others busted L A W Bulletin ft For a quick remedy and one that it perfectly safe for let us One Minute Cough Cure It is for croup hoarseness tick ling in the throat and coughs Stormes J andsrof UI ITo Portland Lan ram meeting trips r Tar Quincy and respects many Engineer remarkable appetite Drug- Store onesrich recommend DrugStore G s T J itirJg kr i 1f r Lewis children excellent RI r McCREARY Mr B F Broaddus had a fine cow to die Saturday night Mr Willie BroacTdus and wife of Marksbury visited Mr and Mrs Willie Beazley the latter part of last week Mr anb Mrs Watson and little son Bradley of Weir City Kansas have been the guests of Mr and Mrs David Sutton for the past week Mr W H Lackey and wife and Mr JohnLackey and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs B F Broaddus Miss Rebecca and Clark of Marksbury visited Miss Sallie and Myrtle Nave Saturday night and Sun day For frost bites burns indolent sores eczemas skin disease and especially Piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and connterfeit it Its their endorse ment of a good article Worthless goods are not imitated Get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes PREACHERSVILLE Jas Payne and wife were visiting in Rowland Sunday Mr John Rigsby sold to J L Hut chins one bay mare for 3500 Mr Tim Payne traded houses with John Rigsby and got 1500 to boot Mr John Cummins and sister Miss Addie went down to Buckeye last week visitingMr Mullins of Mt Vernon was visiting Uncle Flem Cummins last week Mr J L Anderson sold to John Anderson the fruit man one horse for 4000 Mr Geo Archer of the Flat Wood country was in our debating society last Friday night There is a protracted meeting in progress at this place conduct the meeting Mr Frank Thompson of this place has accepted a position with the Field Tobacco works of Danville Va Mr Sam Ballard had two sheep killed last Friday and he hapend to the luck to kill the dog Friday night Mr B F Gross of Drakes Creek sold his farm to Mr Bennett of Williams burg Ky for about 2400 Mr Gross contimplates going to Missouri I have been afflicted with rheuma tism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but con stantly suflfei ing I had tried every thing I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since returned Josh Edgar Germantown Cal For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m FLATWOOD E H Walkers son Ed is very sick with malaria fever at this writing W H Farr bougtft a load of corn from Henry Yakey of color for 110 per barrel Wm Coldirons soninlaw William Campbell and family of Clay county have moved Mr Coldirons house Rev A J Pike of Brpdhead J F Pettis and James Rigsby of spent Sunday at W H Furrs R S Lawson is numbered with the sick this week Mr Bentley jailer of Whitley bought part of J C Foxs farm last price is not known also all of WB Gross farm for about 2300 Mr Gross contemplates starting to Missouri shortly There was preaching at Good Hope cfiurch Sunday by Rev Pike of Brod head who was elected pastor for the church the remainder of the year He will preach at Good Hope every 4th Saturday at 2 oclock p m and the Sunday following at 11 a m You canbe cheerful and happy only you are well If you feel out of sorts takeHERBINE it willbrace you up Price 50 cents 1m x C C J E Stormes Sunday Nora Drug- Store will relieved into tenant Preachers ille weekthe 0 t t r t- t 4 N fir x Bro Pertum m i 4 a when Y Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST Full line Stetson Hats I il00 00 isunquestionably the best remedy for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to take and iSGUAKAKTEED- 1m C C J E Stormes WALLACETON J A Baker sold to R G Ballard a small 5yearold mare for25 Wallace Hiatt are moving their sawniill this week from here to a point about a mile and a quarter east where they have bought a fine lot of timber from WmrHigginbotham We are really glad to have it moved of town for decencys sake Ed Hamilton and family of Lud low who has been visiting the family of James Wallace for ten days left on Monday of this week Miss Mary Baker one of the teachers of the Pri mary department of Berea College spent vacation with homefolks here returned to her work on Tuesday E B Wallace is haying a nice two story front added to a house belonging to him but at present occupied Thomas W Soper the polite and pop ular clerk for the firm of Wallace Soper If each of our residents would do onefourth as much for the im provement of our town as Mr Wallace does the news would soon spread that Wallaceton is on healthy boom When Dr J II Perkins moved to our town three months ago we felt sure that every profession that was needed in Wallaceton was veil repre sentedjand that opinion is even now than then but nevertheless quite a number of us have been liter ally dumbfounded during the past week at seeing the following printed card R G Mitch ell Hypnotist The intelligent of our town would extend a welcome to almost any other pro fession except the liquor seller than they will to this modernized relic of ancient barbarism and we voice the sentiment of our best people when we say we do hope that this intelligent and highly respected son of Wallace ton will reflect one moment and then do the one sensible thing If your child is cross or peevish it is no doupt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will remove the worms and its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Price 25 cents 1m C C J E Stormes BRYANTSVILLE J W Farley refused 100 for his fouryearold horse Dr Worrell preached an excellent sermon at Pleasant Grove last Sun day Last Monday night lightning struck Mrs A S Haseldens valuable surrey nag and killed it Jim Middletpn Hebron vicinity sold his farm to Mr McWill iams of Mercer county Last Sunday evening Owsley Dunn colored was drowned in Dix river in the bend near Mr Baughmans John Prestons son was thrown from a horse arid badly hurt a few days ago Corn is selling at 2 per barrel at Camp Nelson Dr J M Jennings of Hickman has been employed at the lock above Cur leys distillery and will move to that place the first of April Miss Baker of Lexington is visit in gMiss Arnolds of this place J W Adams of Platte county Missouri was the guest of J B last week John Davis and family are visiting relatives here Mrs Fisher Dr Herring and family of Lancaster visited Dr Elliott last Friday Dunn of Harrodsburg relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Haselden are in the city this week buying goods Rev E Edward pastor of the Eng fish Baptist Church at Minersville Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm A few this liniment proved of great tome It subdued the inflammation and relieved the pain Should any profit by giveing Pain Balm a trial it will please me For sale by B E McEoberts Druggist 1m Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medicine outside but b stronger professional people heartier 4r of the Sit Leaven Richard visited applications- of sufferer L u j 1 t f S N He says I 7 Y I Chamberlains Con h Kemecy remedy is intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping coughs and influenza it has become famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of tlu civilized world The most flattering testimonials have been received giving accounts of its good works of the aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured ofsevere colds that have yielded promptly to its smoothing effects and of the danger ous attacks of croup it has cured often saving the life of the child sive use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease of all dangerous consequences It is espe hilly prized by mothers for their chil dren as is never fails to effect a speedy cure and because they have found that there is not toe least danger in giving it even to babies as it contains noth ing injurious Sold by R E McRob erts Druggist 1m JUDSON Mr A D Ford sold a nice lot of hogs for 56 Mr Mitch Lane bought of Mr Bourne a nice jersey cow for 25 Three families near Pleasant Hill sent eighty dozen eggs to town Tobacco beds are sown the hemp is broken and the farmers are anxious to get to plowing Mr Bourne the well known trader was through this locality last week buying anything that was on the market He bought two cows from M itch Lane Price unknown Mrs James Simpson is quite sick at this writing We are very sorry that our assistant postmaster was absent from Saturday until Monday morning Mr Jim Clark and wife of Sycamore Valley visited their uncle Mr Jack Turner Sunday Mr Rash Turner who is in business at Lock No 8 visi ted his parents Saturday and Sunday Mr T L Sanders and Master Clyde of Stone visited the formers father J M Sanders Sunday Miss Lillie Ray of Buckeye spent part of last week with her sister Mrs Willie Raney Mr Tom Ray and wife of Lower Madison visited their father Mr Abner Ray last Thursday Messrs Willie and Walter Grow at tended preaching at McCreary Sun day Not one child dies whore ten former ly died from croup People have learn ed the value of One Minute Cough Cure and use it for severe lung and throat troubles It immediatelystops coughing It never fails Stormes Drug Store Alas Too True She is versed in theosophy And the mystic cathode She knows every occult And each adept of the day She can summon sleep hypnotic She can go into a trance But she cannot darn a stocking Or patch herhusbands pants N Y Com Advertiser The exten I I I This Monday 4 theory W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial Travelers RICE BEKGE W H HOSHAL S CO Commission Merchants Catish8gsSlieep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI 0 information fully furnished Consign your stock di rect to us Phone 7346 NATIONAL J w regarding live stockcheer I493 THE BAN K r a CAPITAL iooouooo OF SURPLUS J200000 LANCASTER KT A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President WK H KINNAIBD Cashier i r 8 C DENNY Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper B T EMBBY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stonnea tcsroars O Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst- of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C T S HASELDEN KR S I D Cochran PVfatAS invited Ring out tho old Ring in the new Sing out the false Zing in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positlvo Care for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that theta is ho inclination to cough 1 rw exhilarated i i 1 Inevernsed any remedy equal to Dr Bells PineTar Honey It fives quick and permanent relief BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Settles Only 25o 600 our tOO SIzi BE SURE YOU GET fl i I AM 88 YEARS U PIIII II IrprteAellaecoaiBaaAcolde IUnaketi J intw SAD e ear l aiiWl r1 A aictl1- rao ari S i r VS5 i T r f r v IncreaseThey have far surpassed our fondest expectations but we still have sizes in most everything If you want some of these NeverBeforeHeardOf Bargains COME AT ONCE Before your size is sold We have 2OO FAIRS MARIE OXFORDS ranging in price from 75cts to 300 which go in this sale at 50c and 2 GIfIt 1 J l r i ifHt 1ttHLBHijJ HtGJ jH The Closing Out Sales Daily AMI i- Y y tir1Tl LL wrwrr r1331 r r r- Iv i- r c We have all sizes and colors cheaper than9 you ever bought them before m J 1 J CHILDRENSAND MISSES 4 t 2 55 I r r aI I J138 1 GEI 6 iiiiiIP t Tho greatest care should be given to mUd I VIULbil KAVfc any little sore pimple or scratch shows no disposition to heal under ordin ary treatment No one can tell how soon these ArrCAKtU A I rllldi A5 will develop into Cancer of the worst type So many die from Cancer simply be- MfllC cause they do not know just what the disease is IthirLEui they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer The disease promptly returns however and is even more violent and destructive than before is deadly poison in the blood and an operation plaster or other external treatment can have no effect whatever cure must come from last vestige of poison must he eradicated A SMAll SPOT MAY BE CA CER C SEtR a withinthe t w r Mr Win Walpole of Walsh town S A little blotch abot t the size of a pea came under my left eye gradually from which shooting pains- at intervals ran in ale Directions I became greatly alarmed and consulted good doctor who pronounced it Cancer ard advised that it i e cut out but this 1 could not to I real in my local paper of a cure effected by S S derided to try it It acted like a charm the Cancer booming at first irritated anl then discharging This gradually grew less and then discon tinned altogether leaving a small scab which soon off and now only a healthy little scar remains where 7 what threatened to destroy life once held full only cure for Cancer is Swifts Specific D ltr very 1 rays convent Sand dropped POft THE BLOOD because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough to rerich the root disease and force it out of the s stem permanently A surgical operation d Hs not reach the real seat of the because the blood can not l a cut ami Insist upon S S S nothing can take its S S S cures also case of Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Contagious d li Oil Ulcers Sores or form of blood disease Valuable Iwtks On Oncer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by S ftSpediio Company Atlanta Georgia 8 81Sa oft l bloodthe an of her a Blur BUENA VISTA Oo to 1 E Scotts for your Plows and JMow paints lie can supply your wants t Ftrinen arc all behind with their spring plowing on account of tin wjt weather Go to T E Scott for all kinds of Farming Implements He can supply your wants DIms M Scott of this place lost in L last week a valuable horse with Pinkeye 1 1 is reported to us that E J This ler began worn on his telephone lion day running from his mill to Burgin Chas M Humphreys of Burgin preached Olivet last Sunday morning and evening at the usual hourC C Cunningham of this place left Monday for Brooklyn where he his gone in the intrest of the picture business llr Bradley Cunningham an enter prising young farmer of this neighbor hued is superintending the farm of Mrs Margaret Robinson On accnnnd of the scarcity of corn land in this surrounding neighbor hood there will be an abundance of watermelon patches planted The growing wheat crop in this sec Lion looks about as promising as it us ually does this time of year and the prospects are good for an average crop Miss Daisy Scott of Danville was at home last Saturday and Sunday visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Scott James Munday of liar rorlsburg was visiting W P Ruble this Mrs Mariah Lane re turned home last week from Danville where she has been visiting lien son for S2veral months xhil ton at wc k Sit i I11zxc N L r 1p1EtGHItA tt3 xe DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety cent olall sickness Is caused by not being properly digested it creates poi sons and goes your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Dr Carlstedts Powder and watch the results You will feel the effects after tasting one dose Give it a trial and be convinced Price 25c Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Bslssm Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by 11 E McRoberts MT HEBRON Isaac Duncan and family have mov er from this placj to Indiana Mr MeWHIiams of High Bridge bought James lliddletons farm op pjsite Mt Hebron for rT 00 Some of the boys of this locality have returned from Illinois since the grand jury has adjourned Miss Eliza Lusk has divided the Alt Hebron school district and a house will be built at Bourne also one in the lower part of the district Miss Peggie Stubblcficld aged 87 died at her nephews J M Yan the 1 last She had sulf intensely from a fall forseveral weeks The remains were intered in Mt Hebron cemetery We extend our heart felt sympathy to the tires Isaac Montgomery has been Mange ously ill for several days Mrs E I Lawson is very sick with grippe Rev J I Wills delivered two very interesting sermons at this place Sat urday andVSunday S B Scott of Burgin visited his father and mother hist veck Mrs Becca Edwards and sun Garrett of Harrpdsburg spent last week with relatives here Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers of Lancaster ter and Pearl Iluirman of Danville attended preaching here Sunday Johnnie Hicks of McCrcary visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Rev JIm and wife visited Mr and rs Jonah Marsee Sunday f good o J r derpools on I 11 Bred rah er rl A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY FQLEYS HONEY and TAR IS THE GREAT and LUNG REMEDY I THROAT S1ORMES DRUG STORE L 9RSAD THESE Ladies Dongola Kid Shoe at 90cts former price 1 95 lOQ 150 I French 160 210 300 Hens Satin Calf Shoe 100 i50J 125 2 00 Kangaroo 160 f 250x French Calf 225 v a25r Willow 25Q 350SJ Vici Kid 50 350 350 WE HAVE THE ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLORS J1 JJ 250 S o i t r 9 u 500 IcEs II rr if Il J1 II lI Ir a3 cc c j Auctioneer A M Bourne reports about LOO cattle on the market nearly all sold at fair prices Plug horses brought from 16 to 50 Cows and calves from 25 to 40 sows and pigs 14 bunch of nine shoats at 2180 bunch of 23 head of long yearlings at 17According to tax rolls in the controllers olltce at Austin num her of cattle rendered in Texas for the of 1808 3415757 head against 5057555 head in 1807 an in crease of 358101 years ago the 7049100 head nearly 40 per tout more than the reported in 1898 J Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life saved after all phy sicians had failed only by using One A little lime scattered about or plac ed in a box in a dairy room will absorb much of the surplus moisture but the first important step is to see to the drainage and have it as perfect as pos Bible Damp floors not only develop but increase organic fungoid germs The rain fall for the month up to the been nearly seven inch es Xot one ounce of fallow land has yet been turned in Central Kentucky or if turned it was to the injury of the soil and detriment of the intended crop Much hemp is yet unbroken few plant beds are prepared and all seasonable work is delayed Farmers arc growing restive but such condi tions are quite usual in March Lex ington Herald To allay pains subdue inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers the most satisfactory results ire obtained by using BALLARDS SNOW LINI Price 25 cts and 50 cts C C J E Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore writes THE RECOKD to an nounce that he has no mOle garden seed for distribution The Commis sinners oilice is Hooded with requests to which it is impossible to reply The report of the purchase of 10000 worth of seed was an one The amount really for this purpose was 72875 G ive me a liver regulator mil can regulate the world said a genius The druggist handed him a bottle of DcWitts Little Early Risers the little pills Stormes The Danville Advocate says John A Iluguely does not believe in weaning colts and here one can see what he probably never saw before or will ever seen on any other mans place this is y 08 07 and 05 foals sucking the same mare some both mule and horse colts some runners and some trotters In some instances the 00 or 07 foal is the sire of the 00 foal Geo B Secord the well known ccn tractor of Towanda N Y says I have used Chamberlains Cough in my family for a long time and have found it superior to any other Forsale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The great Hanover was and killed at Lexington last week by Dr Robert Bryan who was left alone with the great stallion Col Young could not witness the death of the idol of his heart and left the farm early in the morning for Lexington The employees around the barn also left Hanover ha3 been sick for some tunic suffering with indigestion He recovered from that but he had an uncontroldble apetite and was muz zled tot prevent him from eating be tween meals and in that condition he was very restless in pawingstruclc one of his feet injuring it badly Ev cry means was resorted to in order to cure it up Blood poison set in and he had to be killed Col Young had the horse buried and will erect nice monument to his memory If you are interested in horses you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm Lexington Ky The price is 200 per year you can from now Until January 1 1900 for 100 if you will mention this when writing marSOtf I I I tl assessment Ten numb r DrugStore 20th has ENT Storm s individually erroneous expended famous Drug- Store Remedy chloroformed I and a pap I Monday ie the was however rolls showed C C C I but cure tiE Much pain and uneasiness is cased bypiles sparing neither age nor sex TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT cures the most obstinate cases Price 50 ets ill bottlo tubes 75c 1m C C J E Stormes GOV BRADLEY Ills Close Friends Claim lIe tics No Idea of His Term FRANKFORT Ky March 29 Gov Bradleys close friends here do not credit a San Francisco dispatch which says he has determined to leave Ken tucky permanently and locate in that city He return here Saturday from Jit Clemens Mich without even going to California on a prospecting tour which was a part of his proposed trip when he left hero two weeks ago and the fact that he has abandoned that trip his friends understand means that he has no idea of leaving Keu tacky Hound and Robbed MOKEIIEAD Ky March 28 Friday night four masked men went to the home of Bluford J Weaver on Dry creek eight from here broke down the door and seizing Weaver bound him with ropes They then helped themselves to his property away nearly everything in the house After the robbers were gone Weavers frightened family released him from his uncomfortable condition of the men was recognized and will follow Worthington May Succeed Bradley FKANKFORT Ky March is rumored here now and the friends ol Gov W O Bradley and Lieut Gov Worthington seem to think there considerable credence to be placed in the report that Bradley near the close of his gubernatorial term and that he will be succeeded by Worthington The friendship between these men is well known and the gov ernor would not be averse to see his lieutenant honored by his occupancy of the chair for a little while at least Whisky Plants Fold LOUISVILLE Ky March 20 The Warwick at Richmond Mad ison county owned by Burnham Bennett W S Hume distillery in the same county and the Old Bourbon dis tillery near Parr were acquired by the Kentucky Distilleries Warehouse Co Friday The distilleries are of medium capacity and their brands are well known to the whisky trade All the money has been paid for the plants nod the deals closed The amounts paid have not yet been divulged Dr Hunter in Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky March 29 Dr W Godfrey Hunter United States to Guatemala now in this city is taking steps to save the life of Church ill Gxithrey an American under sen tence of death in Honduras for fili bustering Guthrcy was formerly a lawyer at Marshall Mo Secretary of State Hay has ordered the gunboat Machias to investigate and the Amer Scan consul to secure a stay of 1a 116 Years Old GREKNUP Ky March 29 Mrs America Cartwright of Dry Run is alleged age of 116 She lUll lived under every presidential ad ministration and was no doubt the oldest person in this end of the state She leaves hundreds of descendants Cupt Dan Turney Dead PARIS Turney the well known horseman died here Monday from the effectsof a stroke of paralysis Capt Turney was an b Mnhlenbcrg 1resbytory ELKTON Ky March 27 The lenberg Presbytery representing a number of churches and 25 delegates will convene in this city April 20 Rev B M Porter of Greenville will preach the opening sermon Distillery to Resume LEXINGTON Ky March 29 The John Cochran Cos distillery at Frankfort rwili resume operations April 1 under control of the whisky trust It has a capacity of 700 bushels per day CONSUMPTION CUREDI Dr Gum Balsam will cure sadcase of consumption if taken In time starts a or cold Trill use Gum Balsam you win cure the cough heal the and throat most dreaded dl seases Delay in to acough cost life Large tlwDotty Price 2Sc SOc For sale jI B E McRoberts I ol Leaving Kentucky at the End mles carrying lOne 25It i willresign distillery I minister sentence dead at the exconred rate Otto Bum oa where consumption gets Its start aid it lungs I C w 11 Day Din mashing Tide ie yon and aoid cad n a We Still Have a Nice Line of Furnishing Goods an- dS A T S We will continue to take meas ures for Suits until the stock is closed out I i S GSZL a sa r Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CUES YOUR COUGH Price 25 50c R E McRoberts HANGED TO A TREE Mrs EmelIne Sontz Aged 60 Years Cons mite Ucen Hanging for a Week Before Found RUSSELIVILLE Ivy March 28 Mrs Emeline Soutz was found hanging to a cedar tree Sunday afternoon three miles from town on the Morgantown road From the looks of the body she had been hanging at least one week as the varmints had begun to eat the body She left her home at Furguson the Dth of this month was seen here the next day and tried to purchase one dollars worth of arsenic from the druggist but failed She had not been heard of since until found Sunday although a search had been made for her She left no word why she took her own life Mrs Soutz was CO years old and is believed to have been of unsound nynd She lived with her son the only she had living in this country BUILDINGS IN ASHES Brooksvllle Ky Visited by a Disastrous Fire The Loss Will Aggregate About 85OCOO No Lives Lost BKOOKSVILLE Ky March 28 Brooksville was visited by a disastrous fire at 1 oclock Monday morning The Bracken County Dank building W B Whalens building occupied by the BertrainReister Drug Co and the K P lodge Mrs J Mor fords building Mrs D C Fronks dwelling and store room Colters store and Mr E M Days store room were destroyed Loss 550000 with partial insurance The fire originated in Mrs Daums dwelling and is beyond doubt the work of incendiaries This is second fire here within the past six weeks uaiden Seeds lXhausted FRANKFORT Ky March 27 Com missioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore announces the supply of garden seeds for distribution by his bureau is The office is flooded with re quests for seeds The report of the purchase of 810000 worth of seed was The amount really expcnuV ed for this purpose was S72S75 Piboner In Lexington Jail Has Smallpox LEXIXOTOX Ky March 2S Jim Ellis a Negro who has been confined in the county jail here for the past four months has a well developed of smallpox It is feared other prisoners will develope the disease Killed by Lightning RussELLVlLLEKy March 28 Light ning struck J E Howertons barn at Oakville pilling Robert Penrod and t dangerously injuring Mr Jlowcrton The barn and all its contents were burned up Fears Eternal Punishment HENDERSON Ky March McQuarry an elderly lady residing with her daughter in this city has insane She imagines she is to hades and continues to tell her relatives and neigbors to pray for her She will be taken to the asylum She Wants Damages FBANKFOUT Ky March 36 Miss Blanche Schofield while riding in a buggy collided with an Adams express and was thrown to the ground She wants 5000 damages A TIMELY HINT should be wise and see that yourblood is and and whole system pat la afectlT healthy condition the Dr Liver Powder Then will be free from malaria fever colds ford the grip Carlstedts German Liver Powder I best medicine money can buy F r yaur Cold try Dr Ottos Sprats Gum Batum Pric 25 Wad 6Oo B ttl For sale by R E McKCberts A Physician IN A JI t SuicideHad relative D I the I exhausted case I 25Jane become going t You rl useof a t- if Jz 1 DAYs sc erroneous wagon ra y i BOOrJ T fj rJGrfffiDrJr v OO r DR ABLEf UC EYE CURE ySiJy4y A New Discover 01 the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS 310 Kortb Main Sto ST LOUIS MO STOKMES STJCOKLE INTERNALand JAMES F Sole Pro rlefar DRUG OiitARD a AFTER USING great remedy for nervous prostration ami all diseases or thesex as Prostration Failin or to consumption and Insanity With McRoberts Drug Store Im L r Jji VTALITY r fd sENE VEs pcrsThe organs of scab LostImpotency Errors Mental ezeessivo useof or lead 5 order we to or the money at 100 perG boxes for 500 mOTTS E CAL CO Ohio nom aaoatr ManhoodNightly Emissions which everyguarantee cure 1121 i 1 Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds Farm Machinery Always ouTland J B IE Z TT PAINT LICK HANDMADE BUGGIES BUCKBOARDS Rubber Tires Repairing nf All Kinds Be on the Safe Side and Insure Tobacco National Bank R KINNIARD S G r ES o YI I Office ck i your MOTTS irregularity ad Cannot do harm lieasure BY MAILDR MOTTS McRoberts Drug Store PE NfROYll PILLS They Weak vIgorof U atwomanhoodfor women equals them OX Soldby CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio overcome tress i known remedy s a druggists s