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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l i Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Matter NUMBER r 0 t b T NrH YEAR j wt a s h w yw fl- ti htL PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDUAM Car Public Square and Jauvile Avenue J LOOH Dens Saddles 275 up Good sob Harness 750 Extra Blind Bridles 75 2 Goad Back Bands 25 All Leather Collar 85 Pair Trace Chains 25 BREECHING HAMES COLLAR PADS Best TwoHorse Tip in Town Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams WELCH ILllli Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ey All business attended to promptly BEAZLEYOAUEIAli FUNERAL DIRECTORS JI HIHASELDEN v Lnccnser- c B ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancas er Ky LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 6 1899 I LOCAL HAPPENINGS U jU JUJU jU U jU u n uuu t111tl111t11111t1111t1 911 Itlt1 li11i1ti1tt111111R11f fl I ht ht l El1A4 11l4d1l111UItJ1U111111U11 r Handsome hosiery at Joseph Pie plant roots for sale GOc per cloz J C THOMPSON Maple trees for Spring planting T C Thompson Late styles of sash buckles THOMPSON the Jeweler Everything new and stylish in fine Oxfords LOGAN ROBINSON Look out for Swindlers Rubber tires W J Romans has the best made If you want stylish tailor made suit leave your order with LOGAN Ron INSON Examine the American jSo 20 Plow at Haseldens it is guaranteed Clover Timothy Blue Grass Arch ard Grass and Seed Oats at G S GAINES A large lot of Collars Pads ITames Tracechains and wagon breeching going cheap J R Haselden Experience has taught us how to measure you for a stylish toilor made suit LOGAN ROBINSON Pocketbook containing a sum of money and some papers Reward for return O F TILXETT Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Xutricious and Pigestablc Nothing like it II C Potts Ky For Rent 25 acres of sod land already plowed for Hemp Terms on application to C W A lady to bo dressed in style should have on pretty shoes to complete her outfit See the beautiful line at Josephs before buying your shoes Opening at liatsoiiis Regular opening of tremendous line of lovely springgoods Saturday Every thing brand new and uptodate Call and see the time to have your old buggy pheaton or surrey made new first class work very low prices W T ROMANS p Ladies on Chilled full v Lust Anderson Non is I 25c C Buckeye Lovely dress goods at Joseph See our line of Ladies Oxfords LOGAN ROBINSON Carpets in therollJ Beazlcy Co Get our prices on Harness and Sad dlery J R Haselden We are better prepared than ever sell you carpets J A Beazley Best buggy harness in W J RVlANS Car Iron arid B nes H B North cott A candidate will ride the Kay Pea goat in the third heat tonight Be there brothers A great many ladies have been in town this week to see the beautiful goods at Josephs Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay sold and delivered anywhere in town by G S Gaines Closing out our flower sited Yer low prices for two weeks J C THOMPSON We can show you 1000 samples for tailor made suits Come to us we will dress you correctly LOGAN ROBIN The subject of Rev Charles E Pow ells surmon at the Christian Church Sunday morningwill be Saving and Losing Life There is talk of reorganizing the local band All it needs is a few who will attend practice and try tJ learn Wanted Eggs and Chickens Good price paid Bring them in before prices drop II B For Rent The large Lodge Room over Post office Will make good ofiices Call on W T West or W McC Johnston for particulars W O Bradley The Aid Society Will meet with Mrs Simpson on Danville ave Saturday afternoon at 230 All members of the church are asked to be present Sox members orthcott Ladies S Si town Luca Wonted Sv too P S sr sr 1L JWe havejraft received our Complete nilles of is YflJTRS L See our Mens All Wool Suits at 5 You cant find Boys Childrens Clothing r h anything in Central Kentucky that will compare with them We can Show you the Most Stylish line of Snits v k at 750 10 12 and 15 ever shown by us or anyone else in Lancaster Come in and get one before the sizes are broken ii f i New and Stylish in BOYS and CHJLDRENS SUITS Prices lower than ever Our lines of LADIES SHOES are up to date See our prices We have complete line of Shirts Underwear Neckwear and Hats Our complete line of Ladies Fine Oxfords will be on in a few days Wait for them we can save you money on them LOGAN AND ROBINSON Everything display fAj ft cj f i r q A T a A Dead Heat In the precinct conventions held in Boyle Saturday W Vernon Richard son tied his competitor Moore After many ballots both withdrew and C C Bagby was nominated One of Rev Ira Partons children has been suffering with measles but is about well This is the only case in town that we have heard of and it was of a very mild form Prof E A Fox general secretary Kentucky Sunday School Association will address the Sunday School and workers at the Christian Church Sunday at 330 r r All invited to attend Triplets One of our Paint Lick friends THE RECORD that triplets two girls and a boy were born to the wife of Sydney AVarmoth near that place Saturday April 1st All three are healthy and doing well Read the date on the yellow lable and you will see to what time your copy of THE RECORD is piad for A lttle cold cash will help this office very materally just at present This item is not written as a joke Barred Plymotlirocks 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 McRobsrts Drug Store tf R W McRoberts Town Levy At the meeting of the City Council Monday night the town tax rate was fixed at fortyfive cents This is eight cents more than of last year and is caused by the building of the provision for which was not made in last years assessment Preaches Sunday Evening Rev Benj C Smith of Cincinnati corresponding secretary of the Christian Missionary Society will preach at the Christian church next Sunday evening at 715 oclock Every member of the church is urged to be present and the public is cordially in Enjoyable Evening Those in charge of the program for the Social Club Saturday evening have arranged a splendid entertainment In addition to the discussion of the Philippine question some excellent music is promised Everybody is to attend these meetings and it is hoped many will be on hand To The Pen Dsputy Sheriff Ward took the fol towing prisoners to the Frankfort Vecln3Sclay John Mupsey age 17 two years for perjury Lot Smith two years for same offense and Goorge Smith two years for fogerj All are negroes and were convicted at the recent term of court Mr Ed R Dillehay of Danville has secured the contract for making the brick for the new hotel He has rented W B Masons lot on Water street and will move his machines here in a few days Mr Dillehay is a splendid young gentleman and his business Like a TwoYearOld Capt White came to TIlE RECORD office yesterday morning set two gal lays of clean proof between 8 and 1230 oclock jumped in the and struck his heels together three times licked the devil then lit out for home to plant his onion patch before supper Hows this for a man in his 79th year Jury Hung In the trial of the insurance compa nies at Paris for au alleged to fix rates the jury failed agree after being out all day The sult of the trial is considered a victory for the insurance companies arid it is believed the indictments will meet with just such fate all over the state Pay Your School Tax Circuit Court has de tided that the Lancaster Graded mon School is on a legal basis and that the school tax must be paid and paid at once levies and sales will be made By order of the Board of is Trustees E W Harris Collr New We are now in our new building corner Crab Orchard and Campbell streets better prepared than to furnish Flour in exchange for Farmers bring on your grain and get a good turnout of flour second in qual ity to none in the state 2t POTTS Buos Handsome Reception The Ladies Aid Society and mem bers of the Christian congregation gave an elegant reception to Eld and Mrs Charles E Powell Thursday ning at Notwithstanding the inclement weather a larger num lien were present Lovely refresh merits were served Bid Powell has made a fine impression upon the Lan caster people both as a preacher and 3 iJi Measles Teachers cordially telephones It workhouse American vited invited penitentiary Brick Maldag understands tar combination The Garrard Com- unless Stand wheat eve thechurch as1 mats t Read ever ylK toPe of as 5 er Large Granary neat Depot Destroyed this Morning Hard Fighting to Prevent Spread About 645 oclock this morning one of the large grain elevators near L N depot was discovered to be on fire with the entire centre ablaze The alarm was sounded and a great crowd ran to the place but it was too late to save it The other big within twenty feet but heroic saved it The burned building owned by the National Bank and cost 2000 It was insured for 900 The building was rented by H A B Marksbury who had stored therein about 2500 bushels of wheat and a large amount of hemp both of which were insured and three or four sacks hempbaler and hemp seed upon which there was no insurance There had been no one in the building since Tuesday and origin of tire is though many believe it was set on fire by tramps who frequently pass on the railroad It took heroic efforts to save the adjoining buildings and it was only done by attaching the hose to the engine in the planing mill which clever scheme was invented by engineer Quinn Palmer Property Sold Sam Haselden has purchased of Capt Herndon the Gen Landram property on Richmond street Price 1000 Ready for Business Come and give measures and save a few dollars Best quality at shoddy prices from Wanamaker and Brown and Howard Tailoring You can get the by coming now and order suit to when you want it Suits tailormaed from 10 to 30 Readytowear Suits 750 to 20 Come while I am at home Fit and quality guaranteed All wool M D HUGHES Agent Reaching Out The independent telephone system which the local one is a member now has long distance lines to most every town in the state Nearly all the connections are made through Lancaster and this is about the most central point among them Dr Kin naird is entitled to much thanks from our people for putting in it started the telephone ball to Rig Collections Internal revenue receipts in Collec tor John W Yerkes office for the month of March aggregated 21292212 divided as follows Lists 402 29 Beer 146150 Spirits 20817148 Cigars 4076 Case Stamps 52 Tobacco 348s Specials 23709 stamps 212554 Proprietary stamps 8310 During that same period THE REC OUD oilice collected 00000785 Let Thom Alone Mr S B Henry sexton at the Cem etery asks THE RECOKD to warn par ties not to remove flowers from the lots and graves It is no doubt done thoughtlessly but people should con sider how lowdown such doings are Persons can be fined for disturbing plants trees or flowers of any kind in the Cemetery and if such depreda tions are continued the sexton will have some one arrested A Needed Improvement Strangers visiting our little city make many comments on the beauty of the Lancaster Cemetery but stand aghast when they come to the old time farmyard gate at its entrance It would not much to put a nice arched modern gate at the the lot owners be under many obligations if the would have it done The present outofdate arrangement is about as much in keeping with the beautiful place as would be a pair of farm bars Democratic Convention The delegates elected by precinct meetings met at the Court House Sat urday afternoon and made Homer Tinsley chairman and T C Gulley secretary The following delegates were then chosen to attend theFrank fort convention Geo T Farris Dave Ross Thomas Dunn Joe E Robinson George Robinson W B Burton It was decided to send the delegation un instructed though we understand it their intention to vote for Hon Tom Pilcher as long as his name is fore the convention Traveling In Capt Phil Price has been giventwo new coaches for his train They the latest pattern and models of con venience and comfort One is divided a into two compartments one for ladies and the other for smoking The oth is for colored passengers and has nice quarters fitted up for the mail clerk and Expressman Rice This train by one of the cleverest crews on the road Engineer Henry Lammers Fireman Fly tag Conductor Price Expressman Rice and Brake Brady and Arnold work like tro jans for the comfort of the prompt handling of freight and to keep on time The train is now up todate and barring its freighttrain time is one of the best in CentralKen i Jvg f f f r I FlUE elevator stands fighting unknown company first choice come rolling t entrance would trustees I I b arc I 2 r Sr was thousand your the exchange Documentar cosh very aril Styler is run men passengers ucky- h y e n 195 if to is in es on it it Favorable Prospects We have it by underground grape vine telegraph that the L X poo pie are thinking strongly of putting day passenger trains on the Rowland branch thus giving us a double daily service to both Louisville and Cincin nati The plan we have contended for all along is that the day trains from Louisville and Cincinnati be run so as to meet at Rowland both north and south bound on Knoxville branch meeting there and let the three trains for Louisville Cincinnati and Iiddlesboro all pull out at the same time This would give ample time for each train to make its destination they leave Rowland sty at 1230 The passenger travel from all this section of Kentucky would then have connection to any point they and we are confident it would be a paying venture for the L N If there are any doubting on the question all we ask is that they study the matter for a few minutes and we are confident they will see the many advantages to be derived by both the railroad and traveling public The Railroad The executive committee of the Commercial Club held a meeting afternoon and selected Gov Brad ley to present Garrard countys claim the Southern Railway people in New York The representatives from other counties along the proposed route will meet in Louisville and to New York at once where they will lay before the and other officials the many to be obtained by building the road The more the proposition studied the more plausible it ap pears There has been some talk of the Southern buying the R N I equivalentrepair and further fact that a miles more of track con in addition not much ere fence the report j fis stated several times in THE RECORD the proposed new road would be only nine tysix miles in length and would form link connecting the Southerns road in the northwest and south The building of this road would mean great things for Garrard county As a gentleman said yesterday It would save us enough to pay our tax in that it would give cheaper rates our wheat corn cattle etc to the markets of both Louisville and Cin cinnati to say nothing of bringing in our coal and goods atfar less rates than we are compelled to pay The the road are quite favorable but we may possibly However the thing to do is hustle and bring all influences to bear to get t t close Thom L es Saturday proceed president advantages loser frq 1 C desired C Monday the strutted iS put in now prospectHs for w 3Sd7 C ws TERMS OF SUB3CRIPTI 100 per year in Adnarce r I breath has been felt and the balmy days give promise of the new to come with Sun SpringWe long been preparing and are now ready a new ofDRY GOODS to suit the change in season Previous displays may have equaled butnever surpassed our present showing and the THf lAST Of WINTER I limijjWlIDID provevery LOGANDRY GOODS CO qa aaaoa oooaoon aot oooo A number of architects who lounge about the new hotel building have passed unfavorable comment on the foundation now being built These fellows know more about buildings than any architects in the country as they also are well posted on any other vast knowledge is a mystery unless its because they cant quit attending to other peoples business in Lancas ter long enough The same fellows who do this gassing are the ones who opposed building the house and said it would never be done If these fellows would go to work they would not have so much time to meddle Wouldnt Grant It Some gentlemen representing the East Tennessee Telephone Co ap in this city The council adjorned to called meeting Tuesday when a was made to grant but receiving no second it was lost It was found upon investigation that the order permission to Dr Kinnaird to put in the present exchange was left out of the minutes at the time it was granted and a mine pro tune order was made which makes the record clear Dr Kinnaird put in the system at his own individual It has great blessing to the town and as his charges are very reasonable it is nothing but right that he have some protection as he has vorked faithfully to give our people splendid services at a nominal cost Always IB the Lead The styles in clothing hats shoes furnishings change so frequently that unless a merchant is in close touch with the markets he will lag in the rear of time procession It is an easy matter to buy a stock of goods in one big lump early in the season but new creations are constantly springing up and in order to keep his customers strictly uptodate a merchant must keep his eye open all the time For this everwatchfulness the firm of J L Frohman Co Danville has won a wide reputation and people know that when they call at The Globe they will see exactly what would be shown them in the large city stores The proprietors of this store having been in business for many years also know how to buy goods which fact enables them to duplicate city prices spending your money call at Globe and inspect the handsome lines of mens wearing apparel get prices and you will be convinced of the truth or these statements goto nightformo- tion ranting r present expense proven a Before 00 y a Wiseacres Cr 1 4- r i un j5 Tf Y t j l Y I1PIORDI EPESY WESQ DY roun LANDRAU hENTUCIlY t1eJ Pnb1IShetL- ANCASTEif 1 x MONTHS THEKK 100 f25 trsYcABX nvevos 1 THURSDAY April G CHICAGO woman took a butcher knife and proceeded to make mute of her trifling who at tempted to beat her If many more women would tape similar steps to rid themselves they would do and the world would applaud them It is hard to of a more annoying and disgusting dills i ice than that of haying n big able bodied man lounging about the house dopending upon the labor of his wife as a support The temperance people constantly howl about drunken bus hands which is all well enough but tiio class of men who are no account without the drinking habit are a thousand times vorsc than those who rink as the latter will work some times Pity ths drunken husband but to hades with the sober vaga bund The number of men relying their wives for support is astoun We will go with any band to help hang such men LAT25 Since the above was put in type we see where a Mrs Young near Knoxviile chopped hubby to pieces with an Good Let the work proceed Tin three candidates for democratic nomination for governor Hardin Gobel and Stone arc with wind at each other They remain in different parts of the state some hundred miles apart and accuse each other of not being made of the right gubernatorial timber The race is growing to a white heat and its impossible to say which the lead The fight in the republican camp has not warmed up yet but long there will be numerous who are willing to make race for the different ollices From now til November the battle will rrge furiously boring those who work but furnishing much joy to thoe sit on their pants ant ijas THE Kentucky press boys were una ble to complete arrangements for the proposed jaunt to Old Point Comfort said it is now proposed to accept the flattering invitation extended by the good people of Henderson It is pro posed to then to make a trip to the north west cutting the usual tune in half and going to Florida next winter This is a mighty good suggestion as to the Florida trip Mil GKX OTIS reports from is in precarious condition the army defeated discouraged and scattered But tile same report has been f r a lung time Uncle Sam has a on his hands which will tale tme to complete and the are that the Philipines will be a thorn ii the old fellows side for some to come non Buowx who murdered fatherinlaw Lewis McClelland plated his crime on the scaffold Glasgow Monday morning lrown has received much free advertising by reason of the many times has necktie exhibition vas postponed On the Scaffold ho did not give the usual song and dance about haYing a cinch passing in the pearly gates but pressed doubts as to his destination Ix the county conventions Monday to select delegates to the Railroad Commission convention at Frankfort Senator C C McChord secured a lead over all his competitors combined so far as instructed delegates are concern ed The indkvtions are that he will organize the convention even if the others fcuiceed in combining TIll Richmond Register has its size from a folio to a six column quarto The Register is beautifully printed brimful of choke news old one of the best edited papers in We congratulate you Bro Davis For cough and colds there is no so effective as Coussens Honey of Tar It is the ideal remedy Price 25 cents and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m BELL WISHES The Lancaster RECORD founded by the lamented James R Marrs was ten years old last week five of which it has been u icler the guidance of its pre nf able editor Mr Louis Lan dra vvlio shows that he is not a new hand at the bellows and who is the very best wekliej in Kentucky Mr who lia born humorist and has a peculiarly his own is one of few Kentucky editors who have suc ceeded in running an independent pa per and he rapidly coming to the front as a bright paragrapher The people of Garrard scm to realize that they have a good thing in THE RKCOIID and are giving Mr Landram deserved support Richmond Rigister The Lancaster RECORD is ten years old and like old wine improves all the time Editor Landram has been at the helm five years and is almost a veteran as newspaper men go Stanford Journal Guts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal lards Snow Liniment Price 25 cts and C C J E Stormes 1m oncx 1809 meat of such pests con ph ding axe f nutty tiriugJil1ch shell lIoac1ec1 candidates esp ciaJIj ia the changed Kentucky medicine I making TilE of the h consequently 50cts A well hot e 1 w 1 nlt that a bel comi jOh so indicati ti Ruconn one Lands style d he nt Inc ns atC t1n JU fwiff www wTOwnirwwnfnF From All Parts of GarrdrdL i TII J1 j fVn f 71J HH1Ui lUlU AUl Ulll1UUAU Muu unuunU jU 6tlStLe4 1ltalAJulll for all in A a c MARKSBURY j Henry Parks sold a good work kftrse a few days ago for 25 AY P Tuggle bought of Hunter House a lot of hogs at Sic per lb T I Herring sold to Mr Daniels of Paris 23 eVes and lambs at 550 per head Speed he is suffering from a disease of the heart it will not prove fatal jr II says he is delighted to see tho nice weather as it has cleared the loafers from llis store II D Aldrldgc has been quite sick several lays with something like j grip but Is some better at A poplar tree that has stood the storms of the past century was cut down last week on the farm formerly owned by Rev Burdefcl Keinper decd but now owned by his grand son Fred Sutton It was five feet in diameter one hundred and sixtyfive feet leugtji tljoliist taco of HS Mini ir this section Hiss nallie Rice accompanied by Tom Chesnut of Boyle visited Miss Iary Haut Sunday Hughes Idridgo attended the entertainment given by the Schubert Lady at the Lancaster Court House A p 1 Jas 11 Johnson accompanied by his cousin Miss Jennie Johnson of Burgin attended services at the Fork church Sunday and visited friends in the community Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Cure ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing congregations excuse for it now Statutes Drug Store BRYANTSVILLE Hugh Preston who was thrown from horse and badly hurt is getting along nicely Andrew Cox an employe at Cur leys had to have crushed At Lock No 8 Geo Prophet fell down a Bight of steps and crushed sev eral of his ribs Mrs Ma tic Yeagcr daughter of Mrs James Adams died on April 3rd and was interred in the Danville Com Funeral at the Baptist church On April 8th Saturday I will play the latest novelties in milliner and cordially ask all to come and in spect them Mrs A S Ilasclden On of March during the last rise in the Kentucky river a large frame house was seen floating down the river the furniture in it unmotes toil T Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his daughter was very low with croup and her life saved after all phy siciaus had failed only by using One Minute Cough Cure Stormes Drug Sure Mrs John Ballard and family visit el relatives here Sunday Mrs Dr Jennings and little daughters visited here last week Mr Xevius who has w are We will havo a grand display of Spring and Summer Millinery day April S and all are cordially in vitcd Mrs Mollie Bryant Bryan ts vine Ky o BUCKEYE Harrison Ray bought five calves at 50 Miss Mary Lcavell has a flourishing school here Joe Simpson sold to Alex Simpson live cattle at 07 W B Burton bought at Lancaster court 15 cattle at S455 Allen Ray bought of Wm of Kirksville one horse at 200 Thornton Anderson who has been quite sick with grippe is reported some better Pastor Willis delivered an excellent Easter sermon at Gunns Chapel Sun day surd Sunday school and prayer meeting were reorganized at that place Mike Ray onrcarpenter is inKirks vine doing some work in line Mike is quite a genius mid can make he ever saw from a cob pipe up Give me a liver regulator and I can regulate the world said a genius The druggist handed him a bottle of LteWitfrs Little Early Risers the fa mous little pills Stormes Drug Store Morton Tcotsr is very low of E W Lawless and neice Miss Susie Sandidge are with tives near Danville Mr and Mrs Ebb Dickerson visited R L Brown and family of Kirksville last week For frost bites burns indolent sores eczemas skin disease and especially Piles DeAVitts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counterfeit it Its their endorse ment of a good article Worthless goods are not imitated Get A Space Filler It may happen that iu making ready for the press There is a corner to be An inch or two say or less In such a case with copy short Its handy just to have about Some fellow who can write a verse like this to fiil the column is s y nr tts BonN hope thiswriting I fr Quart tt o Ct s ry the Oth whilesZllilluer OpcuLt that anything consumption re a DrugStore often out i r I r We Bogie 4 ihe misfortune harm di littlel earn a Sat Finn IeWi filled more z AK ell Me Lion t is of b McCREARY Robert Broaddus and Elija plunders stock dealers of Madison stopped with Alex Walker Sunday on their way to Hnrrpdsburg court The Lakeland Asylum has offered Miss Alice Saddler a lucrative posi at that place She has not deci den whether she will not Many think she may get Rich by The Misses Pherigo accompanied by their brother Harvey visited friends at Brcachersville lust week Miss Pearl Ross of Lancaster is tho charm ing guest of Miss Laurft Layton Mr E W Lawless who is visiting his sister Mrs W E Dunn at Milledge ville is dangerously 111 at this writing David Logan of Decatur is visiting relatives here now Little Irene Saddler who has been quite sick some better at this UlUQtuMisa Tillio W rnar V 3 tHe guest of Miss A i s Saddler Saturday night and Sunday Not one child dies where ten died from croup People have the value of One Minute Cough Cure and use it for severo and throat troubles It immediatelystops coughing It never fails Stormes BUENA VISTA Wm Christian is in Lexington this week on a business trip Leslie Ruble had a bunch of cattle dehorned at this place last week Jrs AV P Ruble is confined to her bed with grippe at this writing Go to T E Scott for farming imple ments he can supply your wants Will Scott sold to Did Christopher High Bridge neighborhood a young milk cow at 30 cash B F Sechrist sold to E J Curley Co of Camp Nelson a lot of corn dc livered at 2 per barrel Albert Sl hmer sold and delivered to L II Hudson of Camp Dick his hemp crop at 450 per 100 lbs G S Gaines of Lancaster was in this neighborhood the early part of this week looking for farmers that will need a Deering Binder this If you have a cough throat jrrita tion weak lungs pain in the chest difficult breathing croup or ness let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure Always reliable and safe Stormes Drug Stern Mr E J Aldridge wife and two little children of Covington are visit ing the family of J J Poor this weel iss Lucretia Skinner who has been teaching school at Midway for the last four months returned to her home near this place last Thursday Mrs James Monday was over last Sunday to see her mother Mrs W P Ruble who is sick in bed with grippe Have You Ilicl the Grip If you have you probably need a re liable medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to hen your lungs and stop the racking cough incidental to this dis ease C C J E Stormes 1m PREACKERSV8LLE James Rogers sold a horse for 42 J S Pettus sold 50 hogs to Sweeney Morgan for 6335 J C Fox bought 10 hogs from Grove Kennedy for 31c J II Thompson sold 13 hogs to A C Robinson and son for 340 JLIIutchins hilts in stock a complete assortment of Undertakers goods Bro Purtum is conducting a very successful meeting at the Methodist church Tames and Frank Thompson have gone to Pulaski county to buy some cattle and hogs Barlow Gross sale was wen attended and everything sold well Horses from 1275 to 40 cows from to 42 corn 8115 to 150 wheat G5c Wo regret to see Mr Gross leavo us For a quick remedy and one that it perfectly safe for children let us rec ommend One Minute Cough Cure It is excellent for croup hoarseness ticL ling in the throat and coughs Stormes Drug Store E Foley of Williamsburg was here this week and his wife accompanied him home Walter Warren who was shot some time aro is able to be out again Mr Pherigo and sister of McCreary was visiting relatives here and Sunday Bro Clarkof was attending the meeting here Tuesday FLATWOOD W H Furr bought a alf from Frank Gross for 10 J C Fox bought a calf from Wm Coldiron for 20 Miss Lizzie Pettus of Preachers yule began a select spring school at Lawsons school house Monday John Gibson bought a milk cow from Ebb Scott for 40 W K Buchanan and son Wednesday last at W II Furrs Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of weak ness and lassitude To dispel this feeling take Herbine it will impart vigor and vitality Price 53 cents C C J E Sttrmes 1m se ids 0 ent accept or I IlL formerly learned lung Drug Store Robinson season I of Lancaster tal I I f ssrs inty 5taylngtC1 hoar IIarr urg Ei C Saturda IIlllsp t A ie td man M to our on jig co B Simpson is very Sick at MK Edward Grow has a very Hand from poison oak Grov delivered at Hick at 2 per barrel Grows barn was stuck by lightning Monday night J Charles Grow refuses to take 20cts for his goat hide Wm Walls is improving his farm by putting up a nice wire fence W N Grow sold his crop of hemp Hudson Co for 555 per dred Miss Emma Xaylor was the happy recipient of a box of choice shells last week from the Florida coasts My Charlie who has been buyIng logs in this community visited family at Richmond Saturday and Sunday Our community or a part of it is especially favored as The Democrat and Burgiu Messenger are coming into midst Mr Jesse W Sanders visited his brother J W Sanders of Hiattsville and Sunday and also called his best girl Mr Jack Turner and wife were the guests of Air and James Clark at Sycamore Valley Mitch Lane and wife attendod the surprise dinner at Mr near Nina Sunday Many people suffer untold tortures from piles because of the popular im pression that they can not be cured Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them It has met with absolute success Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75c C C J E Stormeslm W B Adams sold his crop of tobac to W N Beazley at 4GO per cwt E W Norris bought twenty head of cattle from Earnest Woods at 2000 per head and a conbined gelding of J Parks for 75 Notwithstanding it rains every day farmers In this section are put ting in their time between showers Some are gathering corn some are ploughing for a new crop There has been so much wet weather but a few tobacco beds have been sown The crop will bo cut short and those that have not sold their last years crop will do wen to hold on to it for it will certainly go up We met our old friend J F Waters while in Lancaster last week Though many years have elapsed since I last saw him time has not changed him a bit He is just as frisky anti looks as young as he did twenty years ago when he and I used to go a courting in the old Providence neighborhood We thought we were two mighty good chances as he said but the girls all looked before they leaped and didnt leap our way and the only consolation we had was that we got away with a fine lot of grub for the old folks and didnt want to marry any way Mothers Beware of those secret robbers of your babys quiet and health Those sleepless nights hours of tiresome vigil arc caused by those terrible enemies of childhood worms Destroy and remove them with Whites Cream of Price 2j cents C C J E Stormes SWEENEY Sam Anderson bought of A son three heifers for 58 L K Perkins bought 50 hogs of J Cress also John Thompson sold to Jim Thompson one yoke of A great many think that bee would be a good business to engage in at the present as there is a good demand for honey in this locality- O B Perkins bought of Mr Hays 40 head of yearlings at 17 per head of John Thompson 12 calves at 1250 and of Broyle Vanliook 8 yearlings at 15 and sold to Mr Hays one yoke of oxen at 3ic per Ib Miss Lena Roges of near Lancaster and her guest Miss Pearl Huffman of Danville spent Friday and Saturday with Nrs J L Wooer of this Mrs Julia Stevens visited in Richmond last week These horricj fits of depression mel ancholy low spirits and sudden that sometimes afllict even good tempered people is due to the blood being permeated with black bile will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Price C C J E Stormes 1m STUNt Tile Fall City will be here next Sun clay J M Sanders bought of Mrs Mar garet Stone a sow and six shoats for 20T L Sanders sold to Lutls Co six shoats at 3i cts per lb averaging poundsMrs Rainey is able to be out again after several weeks suffering a broken collar bone Mr and Mrs L M Crutchfield rejoicing over the arrival of a fine pound boy on the 27th Prof Deboe closed a very successful three months schffol at Mr George McQuerrys last Friday T L Sanders bought of different parties one hundred and hue barrels of corn at 115 and 125 per barrel rte high tide of theKentucky river d e f ts th fIL YU tills sore NoT YoN hun White ins Laytons other at Hcts oxen at G6 culture vicinity relatives irri- tabilIty f r a duSO- Nlthl Odessa writing corn aster Saturday Tltutsdaylr LEAD along Thom t 50c ni seventy rene Ii Diseases are the most fatal of all diseases Foleys Kidney Cure a guaranteed remedy or money refunded C C J E Stormes im j J lri f K r f g jp SC IE E g S jfc 2S t DANVILLE KY r r t I 1t It fit n11if 1fnfnnnn1fnn1fnf1 fn iE L Z2 a fJSAIfOUt J ere D rugs Fine St tianery I ToiZez firfieZes 1 oSJjiO J J L fiPiPiillfiffi iir I Fu JlI UtHlUUlilll161d X11dl11lb d UIld6A6l 1Jl4E1 a to has visited us again it dont miss weekcomingup We are getting used high water A good size dwelling house passed down Wednesday Geo B Secord the well known 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 Rev Neal of Winchester will fill his appointment at Scotts ForkSatur day night Sunday and Sunday night We hope the weather will be favorable and would like to see a large crowd out Some folks seemed to be very much troubled over the absence of the assis ant Post Master at Judson he said he was out looking for large horses You must excuse him this time as he in large horses- I have afflicted with for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but suffeiing 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 re lieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since Edgar Germantown Cal For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Miss Hiram Ray of Buckeye visited his sister Mrs L AI Crutchfield Mr Willie Ray of Buckeye visited his grandfather Mr George Anderson Monday Miss Lula of Buckeye is spendong several days with her grandmother Mrs Geo Anderson M G Sanders is on the sick list The Charley Boy visited usjast week and brought up a load of freight and took batik a load of sand Misses Mary Leavell and Nora Ray were the guests of Mrs A D Ford part of last week We read with interest what was in last weeks issue of TilE RECORD in re gard to so many roads ccnteringat the mouth of Sugar Creek If all the roads lending here were counted it is said would number something close tofifty One of our citizens was conversing with an old gentlemen who lived here fifty or sixty years ago and he says that there were as many people here any day hitting the week as there are in Lancaster county and no doubt but what there were as this was the only shipping point then for three or four counties around An old says he has seen all the warehouses yards and other places to store freight full and people did not have room to put their goods Then about 300 hands worked here all the time building boats to ship freight down the river There has not been much business here for several years but business has begin to increase and our village is on a boom and it will be but a short time until it will surpass its former state of periety We will now in a very short time have the advantage of the new lock and then watch us grow Itwould no doubt pay your city merchants to have their dry goods shipped here as they save close to 26 cents on the by doing so 4 ItiiKS Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumpison Dr Bells PineTarHoncy will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentylive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m Farm work is more backward than ever known before The time is on fOr corn planting and no ground yet broken no oats sown nor gardens plantedMost every one who has heard of the Warmouth triplets arc visiting the home to day to see the young babies brought there Saturday by Dr DurhamIt snowed seven months out of twelve and there may be another in next month We are growing North year by year and will soon be as fir as man can endure Mr Haydon Gumption and wife IIRVJ gone into the house with Walker Lo gan to keep house for him and his three little children as their mother died a few weeks ago The many friends of Mr Jack s often delights b en rheumatism constantly returnedJosh Monday Simpson court days citizen hundred PINA L contractor Remedy pro A BUSINESS Coughed US years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarIIon ey It has saved my li fe J C Resell Grantsburg III McRoberts 1m ton gave him a surprise Easter by a big basket dinner being spread at his house to honor his birthday So you can see he is an Easter Egg this year if never again in life Rev E Edward pastor of the Eug Baptist Church at Minersville Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain He says A few applications of this liniment proved of great service to me It subdued the inflammation and relieved the p xuld any suf ferer profit by gvinr iYin Hahn a trial it will please ma For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Mr Sidney Warmyth vas April Saturday a little w xc than anyone this end of the by Dr of Kirksville he bringing him triplets one boy and two girls Both mother and triplets are doing well but the women of the country arc talking of banishing the Doctor from society As it is his second adventure they know not what he will do next If something is not soon done for our roads you will find this county in a wilderness of mud and why not run some one for Representative that lives on mud roads that will use his efforts to enact some law that will prorate the public moneys on all roads as pikes are nothing more nor less than county roads and why tax the mud splitters to build and repair pikes and not one cent put on the mud roads Is it fair and equal play An swer ye shrewd law makers and pike riders I am sure if you would answer truthfuly you would say No Then give us a candidate that lives on the mud roads not one that lives on good pikes as in town as has ben asked to make the race not because they are not nice intelligent gentlemen but we are feareful they will forget us and leave us stuck so deep in mud we will not be able to get out in time to vote for Bryan in 1000 Then they would howl Weak kneed Democrat Yes give us some body to vote for that has the interest of the whole county at heart eaqual priviliges to all special priviliges to none Then the laws will be moulded so we can have the mud roads shaped so we can get to the pikes where we have as mud money invested as any man living on the pikes We do not mind paying our tax if we arc to get the benefit it afterwards but we do frown at the way it is used now all on the pikes rIle Kins oi 51 31rtl is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weal eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts McRoberts Drug Store 1m A special from Springfield Ohio says Joseph Leiter the famous wheat speculator and W J in lands of Cleveland have practically closed the sale of a large tract of and timberland in Eastern There are 340000 acres in the tract and the land will ultimately the property of Eastern and capitalists The price paid was a little less than 00000 Cats Preserve Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH Price 25 50c R E McRoberts Drug- Store lisp Balm I fooled in count Durham and of ale I Chicago mineral Kentucky become Canadian A iaD IN A DAY J r sic a a success in me oeicg conceded t la of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY ThIs BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY 4 ji t- v EDUCATION IF aLslutelj necessary to the young wan or young womanwho would via Seven experienced teachers each one a clallst In hIs lino Graduates business houses Write for a testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United will to rot s book i i Y5 i icl M Our Fine Red Durham Bull Will make the present season on our farm 24 miles from Lancaster on new Danville pike and will serve cows at 100 Money due at time of service im AM and ED BOURNE J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY M and Apt for AETXA FIRE INSURANCE CO Public Sale I will son at public outcry at ny residence near 3I rceIlis on SATURDAY APRIL 15 99 The following propery 1 sixyearold ilare i two yeurold Horse Mules 2 1 Disc Drill I JlcCornitick self Rake 1 Disc Cutting Harrow 2 Cnltlvutor 1 Diamond Hur row 1 Hollar Cider illll DIs cutting Box Full set Blacksmith Tools many other Will a lot of Meat Household airl Kitchen Furniture Also 35 tons of Hay covered with lumber and 1000 feet of Ltim ber TERMS made known on day of sale C Murcellu Ky SPftlMFIELD MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton idsOffice over Post Office LANCASTER KESTUCKT ORGANIZED 1383 i articles alo Ill F Yxecst FIRE and LIFE INSIfPJNGE FIRE MlD 1 non aGl ule Coca r Gi Till MTIOIAL BANK OFLANOASTEErr t Capital 50000 Surplus Fund 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED and ProraptAttention Guaranteed X HiaQisBOTHAM President LEWJ8 Y LEAVELL s F HobsoN Cashier V O Kiaxsr Assistant Cashi- D WALKER Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHIBOIMBOTHAM bawls Y LZAT1L- LJS JOHNSON TMABNOLD- a C ARNOLD JB HUDSON iLBi GIBBS JJWALKXB JACOB Y BOBIKSON For the speedy and permanent enre of fetter and eczema Clam berlains Eye anti Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the itch and smarting almost instantly antits use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch jcald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands sore eyes and opranulateti lids Dr Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier ind Price Socents Soldby RE McRoberts Driitfars Lancaster r S BEAZUEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without palo with Vitalized Air Office lathe New Thompson Bnilding R Ki NAIBOS Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOO OOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies tna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Mereaantffe Herman Amoricnn of Jfav Fork Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable Hew York Life Insurance 1899 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 HILLENMEYER Lexington C f I B F Skin DiseaSeS venn uge COMPANY I 279 y t crefnl Clce President z rill b mow P 1 Phoned 4 7 sssK BOTH Great care was taken in Selecting our Spring Lines and we can now show you i5 EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY Jt isr o 1 s it j z rJ T H f IN S E I jUJD PIIICBOIU OO O OO QOOO eo The Mos Best CLOTHING NECKW ARE SHOES HATS SHIRTS tCa JILaFrohlnan GOa THE GLOBE Danville Kentucky 1 rA4WE STILL OLD LUD T QsILfl r pant Saturday April Bth We will have an Elaborate Display of Spring and Summer Millinery A Most Elegant line of Pattern Hats and will be shown and we extend a cordial invitation to all Remember the date APRIL 8th HOEL SISTERS J Opening Phone 85 AiiZZiery J i CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY April G I8OQ Mrs Alex West has been very sick but has recovered John Anderson of Lincoln was here a few days this week Architect Ryan made abusiness trip to Danville Tuesday Miss Hallie Hamilton has returned a visit to Louisville Fred Frisbie attended the hop at Danville Tuesday evening Horace Herndon made a business trip to Frankfort this week Hon W B Meson has been confined to his bed by illness this week Miss Allie Arnold is at home few days from Midway school Tom Yantis and sister Ida of Win chester are visiting Lillie V West Miss Colson of Virginia is the guest of her aunt Mrs Yvm Moss Mrs James Dilon has returned home from a visit to relatives in Stanford Mrs D M Lackey has a few days with relatives in Richmond The Industrial and Social club met Wednesday with Miss Francis Collier Miss Mattie Sacre of Stanford is the guest of her sister Mrs Douglas Maret Miss Annie Hammond has accepted a position in Noel sisters millinery Mr W O Rigney and daughter Miss Lena spent Friday and Saturday in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs E Moritz of St Louis Mo have been with relatives in this city this week Mr Walker and Miss Letitia Brown of Lexington have been visiting Miss Jennie Burnside Miss Lelia Bryant of Danville has returned home after a visit to rela Lives and friends here Mrs William Jones and children af tel a visit to J G Sweeney have re turned to Clark county for a been spending I I o O44- r LPERSOME i from I f i V I establishment i 1 I i i Paines Celery Compound Gives I Strength Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it f IIIUII1I1 r4i1111P11lll9 Prof and Mrs Fox of Louisville have been visiting Prof and Mrs Patterson of the college Mr J T West and daughter Miss Emma of Jessamine visited his bro ther Mr Alex West several days last week Herbert Harden of Covington has been in town this wool Herbert is a nice young fellow and has many friends here Miss Bettie Anderson has been at home for a few days She will return to Lexington with her sister Mrs W T Browning Mr II M Smith and family will arrive this week from Somerset and make this place their future home We are glad P has come back amongst us Sundays Louisville Dispatch printed a fair likeness of Miss Eugenia Dun lap daughter of Hon Wood G Dun lap of Lexington and niece of the ed itor of this paper Squire W II Kinnaird who has been suffering froman attack of La Grippe was able to be at his desk Mon day but last night he suffered a relapse and now has pneumonia Rev Henry Faulconer was here Monday but left immediately for Grecnsburg where he will hold a The Parson as his younger friends call him is kept pretty busy and is seldom at home Mr John M Farra will accompany the railroad committee to New York tomorrow He understands all the points in the case probably better than anyone and will be a great help in stating the plan to the officials The Editor was in Lancaster court day where he met many old friends and acquaintances among those we had not seen for the past twentytwo years were Uncle Clabe Lear Jesse Doty W K A R and James Denny and T Currey the gro cer Mt Vernon Signal Gov BUADLEY arrived at Frank fort Sunday from Mount Clemens Michigan where he has spent the past three weeks in search of health A dispatch says he is not much He ought to come up and fill his lungs with good pure Garrard county air and he would soon feel like a two yearold N meeting improved Monday See our Beautiful Line Wall Peer NEW DESIGNS B stOuality I I of Low Prices B E MCROBERTS 1 rc ciL I i Lovely Concert A large audience heard the Schubert at the Court House Saturday night Having appeared here before they are great favorites with our people The lady quartette is undoubtely the best on the road and their singing is di vine Master Tommy Purcell the child violinist captured the audience and marvelous playing elicited rounds of applause as did also his re citations Miss Mable Delaneys so prano solo Avon many well merited complments Her high notes were especially fine Lovie Zendt Purcell is blessed with the sweetest contralto voice our people have ever had the pleasure of listening to Her work in the quartettes was greatly admired and her solo called forth prolonged applause She sang as an enchore Robin Adair a song which always has been and will ever be a sweet fa vorite Mr Louis McPikes Remarks onMarriage and other selections were well received and made him a great favorite of the evening Mr McPike is certainly well up in his line and his immitations would cause a dog to laugh Being a iSX P he met several of the order here and proved himself to be a thorough gentleman every way TIm RECORD like all others who heard the Schuberts would be greatly pleased if they will put Lancaster on their route next season when they will be sure of re ceiving a warm reception in the new Opera House It is an organization composed of ladies and gentlemen who give the cleanest and most hightoned entertainment of any traveling troupe we ever saw Weak Eyes Arc Made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store 1m A Rehearing Granted The Court Appeals has granted a rehearing in the case of the Town of Danville vs The Boyle Fiscal Court This suit it will be remembered was filed by the town in order to determine whether or not it was the duty of the county to keep in repair those portions of the freed turnpikes running into the city Judge Saufley ruled that his court could not compel the county to do anything with the roads and the town carried the case to the Appeals The higher court sustained Judge Saufley but handed no opinion in the case City Attorney Fox then asked for a rehearing which was granted and arguments called for County Attorney Harding and City Attorney Fox then asked for a rehear ing which was granted and arguments called for County Attorney Harding and City Attorney Fox will argue the case be fore the court at Frankfort at its April term The Appellate Judges are said to be divided in their opinions in the Advocate Chamberlain Cough Remecy This remedy is intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping coughs and influenza Jt has become famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of the The most fluttering testimonials have been received giving accounts of its good works of the aggravating and persistent Coughs it has cured of severe colds have yielded promptly to its effects and of the danger ous attacks of croup it has cured often saving the life of the child Theexten sive use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease of all dangerous It is 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 A We for 50c Many people have been cured ofKid ney Diseases by taking a 50c bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes 1m his I Courtof matterDanville civilizedworld smoothing 7 inS I down consequences especially r t 1- y IN MEMORIAM Little Robert Cochran who Died 7 1898 My wife and I were at Chichasha Indian Territory when the sad news of the death of little Robert Cochran came to me When I first read that Robert Cochran was buried Nov 8th I could scarce believe it true but when I reflected a moment I was that life is only as a silver thread which when broken leaves the body to fall while the spirit takes its flight to the God who gave it to be with Him forever more Then while I sit in meditation of the happy home as it used to be when I lived with them of the playful cheerful boy with the other children of the household making the home a delightful one but now Oh so still and cold in death my eyes tilled with tears of sympathy for the parents who I knew were heartbroken and The fond hopes and expectations of the parents for their boys earthly career is cut short and they are left to mourn their loss but ah they do not mourn as those who have no hope far through the veil of affliction the light of faith came forth for behold What is our loss is Heavens gain for Of such is the Kingdom of The boy has died to live forever lIe might have lived to die forever Is not heaven more rich and real to the parents now since they have a jewel there Can I bring him back again I shall go to him but he shall not return to me Saml 1223 Rev J A Meehan Remarkable Rescue Mrs Micheal Curtain Plainfleld Ill makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse He told her she was a hopelessvictim of and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now does her own housework and is as well as she ever was Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at R E McRoberts Drug Store Only 50 cents and 100 every bottle guaranteed 1m A Good Investment In a letter to his sister Mr B G Mullins writes from Bliss Idaho that he has recently disposed of a 25000 interest in the M C R railroad and invested in another enterprise which he would not give for a dozen like the one he had The consists of water rights covering 75000 acres of the finest land in the Snake Valley for agriculture and Placer gold mines covering probably 10000 acres more in which dollars may be taken from a single acre He also has threefourths in their invetions for water lifting which are destined to irrigation Mr Mullins many Kentucky friends trust his fondest hopes will materialize and that success will crown his ventures Working Night full Day The busiest and mightiest little thing ever was made is Dr KingsNew Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of healththat changes into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health per box Sold by R E McRoberts The Nicholasville Democrat says R A Dodd of than whom there is not a better trader in the county nor one better informed says there is more cholera among hogs in this and Woodford county than he ever knew before He gives it as his opinion that genuine cholera in hogs cannot be cured but a great deal of it might be prevented by using proper care and judgment November impressed precious consumption investments property thousands- of Only 25c Wimore stock 0 cr i bereaved Heaven Consumption interest revolutionize weakness f a On county court day in Lancaster one red yearling steer Reward its delivery or whereabouts ap7lt J C Siler Would Work Anywhere A female Sam Jones is stirring up Missouri Recently in a sermon she said There is a man in this audi ence who is untrue to his wife I am going to throw this hymn book at him She raised the book to throw and all dodged but one poor man She blistered the dodgers and lauded the one true man It was afterward learn ed that he was deaf and The New RellgKoas Figure The policy of the Home Journal in its religious department seems to be always to engage the pen of the man most immediately promi nent in of the religious world Thus it has had the services of Mr Beecher Doctor Talmage Doc tor Parkhurst Ian Maclaren and now it will have those of Doctor Newell Dwight Hillis the new pastor of Plymouth church in Brooklyn Doc tor Hillis has given the Journal a se ries of articles upon which he had been working for over a year previous to his Eastern call and the first of these articles will be published in the next issue of the magazine The se ries is all connected in thought and presents the general subject of The Secrets of a Happy Life About Farmers Farmers are farming more than ever before They under stand better how to prepare their fields for planting better how to cultivate for the best results and better how to sell their crops The farmer is keep ing pace with the manufacturer in this respect and it will not be long that he will accept what is offered for his products without question He understands the situation too well to let those who buy from him have all the say in marketing his products and this increased intelligence and busi ness shrewdness will work to his bene fit to such an extent that the great exodus from the farms to the city will cease the tide of population flow the other It is no longer a stig ma to be called a farmer and the boy who lives on the farm is now as well thought of as the one who studies for a profession and lives in a city White hands and untanned cheeks are no looked upon as the certain of gentility and the man who labors with his hands and supplements that labor by using his brain to make it more effective occupies as high a place in the affections of the public as any News THE SOUTHERN GIRL She I the Most Charming Happy and Blessed of Columbia Daughters In concluding au editorial Inspired by a Southern girls regret than she cannot go to college Edward Bok in the April Ladies Home Journal has this to say of the girls of the Southland The girl is by a life far truer and more con ducive to selfdevelopment than girls living in other sections because social conditions are more normal Her life is healthier because it is saner and her mind by reason of it is clearer and more constantly at rest The rush of life on the North and West is not so stimulating as many Southern girls On the contrary it wears Women out as often as it developer them In no part of our country do women look younger at than in the South To the Southern girl too Nature blooms in a profusion as she nowhere else The natural history which the Northern girl must get out of books the Southern girl gets direct from own hand She is born of a soil as and col orful in romantic history as is the tnre of Spain This she received natural heritage Her parents are and her ancestors were among the bert types of American chivalry and American womanhood She hears but one language spoken and that la her own If there is the introduction of an other tongue his French and with these two she can travel tfie w rid over and be at a disadvantage The religion which she from her mother Is the highest and best it is untainted with modern revelations The truest friend and safest teacher in highest living a girl can have is her mother and in the South mothers have a way of time for their daughters and being com panions to them The Southern father is fond of hIs children and it by his presence at the domestic hearth after his days business la over I Lost dumbEx the eyes badges oneFarm surrounded suppose maturity Natures asa never lea US because find- Ing Y 0 e I fo East s Ladles 4 intelligently wag Southern ric proves 9 THE CUTAWAY FROCK q rr i crisii4ra fi s1 Gtar rA3atwJewvirNrGS sS Yaiai Wrr+ + + THREEBUTTON CUTAWAY Copyright 1899 By Hart Schaffner Marx You ought to be particular when you buy a This style of garment is meant to be dressy It must have care ful workmanship and tailor ing The graceful lines perfect fit ofour Hart Schaffner Marx cutaways make them popular with good dressers A man looks well in one of them and the materials are the best that money will buy This is the label HART SCHAFPNCB MARX cutawaysuit and L 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 Trim mings etc Sallie Tillett HAMMACK Success to THE RECOKD Betty Bell sold a cow and calf to Newel McQuerry for 835 People are very backward about their crops and not much plowing has been done yet E II Walker bought two work mules from a Griflin near Paint Lick price 170 for the two John Xewland took charge of the blacksmith shop at this place and the work began at once to come in early John is a good smith and the customers will follow him where ever he goes Eddie walker we are glad to report is much better lie has had a very serious spell of fever Mrs Chas Murry is still very sick supposed to be heart failure Mr Thos Austin was calling on friends in this vicinity Sun day Squire Parsons little boy Rob ert is very sick with Pneumonia Arch Pointer is improving slowly A Sunday School was organized at Good Hope Sunday We would be glad if parents would come and bring their children and take an interest in the good work Misses Maud Ross Hattie McQuerry and Lucy Lunceford visited Mrs Fado Parks last week Tack Hammack has treated his wife to a nice sewing machine A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that yourblood is rich and and whole system put in a perfectly healthy condition the use of Dr Liver Powder Then you will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the grip Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder the best medicine money can buy SpruceGuma Bottle For sale by R E McRoberts THE BEST OF THEM ALL II LIPPINCOTTS and entertaining reading matter JTo continued stories irfifch are mo objectionable to most readers It should be In every household Sub scription S3OO Agents wanted in town to whom the most liberal Inducements will offered J B Lffpmcorr COMPANY Fabiisnen PHILADELPHIA you Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R I OCCUR The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Time and all ether iafonaatloa will be cheerfully k c P ATMORC P Jp Ocby Ix ovBXr S D I I I I number If I furnished h7 A i ti1 7 Ii oil t t iiriiia Opellill Saturday MONTHLYI1AQAZIN year be 0 a a RAN SO Rates hA l GUARANTEED CLOTHING VMcC JOHNSTON JOxilSTOJf JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY I TJOHN VANDERBILT old Drennon and out of a Gray Eagle mare hands high and has proved himself a good breeder lie is known as time Gallaway horse of Madi son He make the present season of IS a my old home place mile from Fall Lick pike and 1J miles from Point Leaved at Money due when the fact is ascer tained or mare parted with Lein on colt for season money Will also stand the tine Jack WALTER at same place and terms He is 15 hands high and proved himself a good Breeder W L LAWSON Lancaster Ky NEW LIVERY I have purchased the ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rig s on the shortest notice given Com morcial TravelersRICE BENGE W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants Gatti3HogsSheep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O information regard ing live stock cheer fully furnished Consign your stock di rect to us Phone 7346 NATIONAL BANK By lei will t 5 TO INSURE LIVllIG COLT Vat Specialattention sr4 3 THE 4 retained 1 Z CAPITAL IOOOOOOO j OF SURPLUS 1200000 J t LANCASTER KY A President JNO E STOBMES Vice President Wit H KINNAIRD Cashier RDENNY f 3 C DENNT Assistant Cashr J 7 BosiKfloir JB Bookkeeper R T EXBBY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam ID Cochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stories KNIGHTS OF PVTHtAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knijlst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows halL Allvis iting Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C J S HASKI DEN KRS 1 inVit- ed I r y mi IncreaseThey have far surpassed our fondest expectations but we still have sizes inmost everything If you want some of these NeverBeforeHeardOf Bargains COME AT ONCE before your size is sold We have 2 PAIRS LADIES OXFOFJTJS ranging in price from 75cts to 300 which go in this sale at 50c and 2 sx h d 1 zIi j 1I uL i H ttr H9 t 1tH HfH1f JE Hf 5 f Hjtf Closing Out Sales Dailyt fct if lJ Z i I2 T j I 1r lsl fNy We have and colors cheaper than vou ever bought them before or t CHlDRENS AND USSES a Sit 2i f all sizes f 1 Ii T T T Tf a n L r Lfly c nL D PrAjrmflf fhQ In test made S S S UliOO demonstrates its superiority over other blood remedies matters not how ob stinute the case nor what other treatUS dll ESlGUii CllO or remedies have failed S S S always promptly reaches and cures any fUn P disease where the Wood is in involved til lid tSUiOi Everyone who has had experience with blood diseases knows that there are no ail ments or troubles so obstinate and difficult to euro Very few remedies claim to curt such real blood diseases as S S S cures and none can offer such incontrovertible evidence of merit S S S is not merely a a cure It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases and gets at the of the very worst ease and routs the poison from the system It does not like other remedies dry up the poison and hide it from view temporarily only to break Perth again more violently titan ever S S S forces out every trase of taint Hid rids the system of it forever t f 8 gj 1 We- I nj Y IF T P I i I ijr1 Flt t I t i 1 easily cHill r r S i tonicIt- is found tc1 f- t i t 1i 8 Li t tip r7d4 a 2 f flan rio m eat anyway deep setted MrsT V Lee Montgomery A la writes Some years I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected njy babe with blood taint I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot and in my great extremity I prayed to die Several prominent physicians treated me but nil to no purpose The mercury and potash which they gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by it to try Swifts Specific I from the start te medicine seemed to go direct ago Twentybottles unproved M xie is spending about 8200000 a ycrr or United States furniture Tiic Oliver Chill w Company is the few companies of the kind that has nut gone Into tha plow trust Ustzll Is now Ilia principal coffee rodncng country of the world In I89T tin crop was estimated at 7000 003 bags To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made free lie says My wife has bleu so helpless for thc years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully im proved and able to cU her own work This supreme remedy for female dis ea cs quickly cures nervousness sleep Iesi2js melancholy headache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 c Sold by II E McKoberts Druggist 1m The gelding is as unproductive as a bicycle and but tat his wiy up while the mare will do her work and raise her colt every year In the maze there is profit there isnoiis in thu gelding With our twenty millions of horses we can not tnoetthe export demand We have not enough of the right kind not enough even to meet the hums trade The fact will be more evident the coining summer Horses are cheap in Australia note of them are under roof from birth to breaking and they get nothing to eat but the grass they pick up Eighty per cent of them are used for the saddle and light harness It is estimated that there is a spec Ph one of backache because COUCHS Do not neglect a Cough or Cold ns dolls are cn danccroas FoloyC pleasant safo and sure Contains no opiate la CROUP TiouKmd of infants nd children die yearly Croup one of innocents could aavo boon saved iisd Fo leys Honoy and Tar thca in time of Honey 1nd Tarisn ure and f teed eveny these esn given CONSJMPTIOH Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold cut false hopes in advanced relief in tho very worst cases nnd In eddy stages stages but claims to give to ellocta cure is the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable and contains no mercury potash arsenic or any other mineral or chemical It never fails to cure Cancer Kczemt Scrofula Rheumatism Contagious lood liaison Tort or Boil Carbuncles Sore etc Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga s aSa FOR Tt BLOOD GfiiEAfJ l rfp Jf J 5V+ kind of salt in nuts which is good for softening tile muscles of the arteries and elderly people who suffer from the stiffening of these mus fls are especially benelittcd by eating nuts Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened ubon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she sledt all night and with two dottles has been absoiutly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes w c Ilain nick Co of Shelby 2f C Trial free at II E Mclloborts Drug Store Regular size and 100 There to b3 a difference in figures Some claim it costs one and one half cents per pound to raise pork while others claim it costs 7 cents We would like to have some of our feeders to give their costs of produc tionAs a food for the stock the Department thinks sweet pota toes should be extensively grown in regions adapted to them tubers been successfully fed to horses cfittle and hogs used to hash advantage with root crops Jot they can do their own digging i j If you arc interested in horses you j should subscribe for the American i Stock Farm Lexington Ky The price is 200 per year but you can se cure now until January 1 1JOO i for 100 if you will mention this pa per when writing mar30tf- j The experiment static ns declare that 100 pounds of ground corn and cob meal go just as far as 100 ial organs I bottle rOc seems Agricultural have Hogs i itfrom i especially its clutches S Tile canoe ASTHMA Foleys Honey end is to give prompt relief in all cases of Asthma Do not class this with other medicine that loss failod to Give yon relief PNEUMONIA Dr J C Bishop of Ag ncWilicJu eays I have used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of Pnoanso iita tho past month with good results Tar LA g you hnvo had the Orii you probtbly need a ro liable mjdiclno like Fo9 leys Honey and Tarfl to heal your lungs stop tho racking concha incidental to this disaasc a CRIPPE- If and S MES DRUG STORE f r 1qR 1 S AD THE 3S PRICES Ladies Dongola Kid Shoe at 90cts former price 125 n 100 150 French 160 11 210 300 Mens Satin Calf Shoe 100 150 9- J Kangaroo 160 French Calf J 225 325 Willow 5S 250 350 Vici Kid 250 350 250 C 350 500 WE HAVE THE ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLORS p o6 I r 5 t J t 250 ir 125 r f R r a II I II II I DO It r a a ct cc cc cc DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety cent of all sickness is caused by icod not being properly digested it creates pot sons and poss your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Dr Carlstedts German Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after taking one dose Give it a trial and be convinced Price 25c Dr Ottos Spruco Gum Ealsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by 11 E M a Roberts of pure corn meal the cob giving mere bulk and rendering it easier of digestion All food should be ground to get the best results It the to have hi own feed grinder and save the hauling to mill the tolLBeet sugar is gaining in favor over fane A few years ago sugar from cane was almost the only kind used beet sugar is nearly in the of 70 per cent as compared with the cane It is even asserted by those supposed to know the facts that England and although own ing large cane sugar islands in their colonies are encouraging the cultiva thIn of sugar beets at home as more profitable Net beet sugar factories will be this summer in the states that give a county for the but there will be none in Indiana Our legislature could not see the of granting encouragement to the industry QUEEN CRESCENT rates National Convention Union Reform Party of Ohio Cincinnati 0 March 1 21SU9 Annual Convention National Ameri can Womans Suffrage Association CJranrt Rapids April 27 to May 5 1S J9 National Sons of the Revolution Mich May 1 1809 American Library Association Con vention Atlanta Ga Nay 820 18S D Annual Encampment G A R of Tennessee Hock wood Tenn May 10 11 lt9J From points in Tennessee The editor if the Columbia Herald in his usual sensible and clear style has the following to say of errors in newspapers There was never an errorless newspaper any more than there is anywhere an man Newspapers arc the creation of compositors correspon dent contributors editors each of hem is human and therefore liable to err Mistakes are in through misinformation Sometimes they are the result of laziness some tiinos of carelessness sometimes of wrong information given by supposedly reliable persons Sometimes unfair impressions are given through exag gerations of fact Not often is a newspaper guilty of deliberate false hoodNewspaper errors arc sometimes Type is as perverse as a spoiled child and will make the mo t atrocious blunder Even the most care ful and conscientious proofreader find them all Bad writing leads to some errors Not every one who writes for a newspaper writes legibly all the time In fact there is more bad writing comes into a newspaper office than anywhere under the rising sun The compositor the man or woman who sets the type is some times at fault These folks are fallible like the rest of us A newspaper into the creation of which so many hands enter will occa sionally like great Homer nod The marvel is that under all the circum stances the mistakes should be so few and unimportant Ilmming for Offices The Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat has found a man who gives his experi ence while rUUliing for an office which hi did not win by a large majority lIe submitted the following account of expensesLost months and 33 days canvass ing 1341 hours thinking about the election 5 acres of 2 whole crops or sweet potatoes 1 sheep 5 shyats and 1 beer given to barbecue 2 front teeth and a considerable amount of hair in a personal skirmish gave J17 plugs of tobacco 7 Sunday school DOOKS 2 pairs of suspenders 4 calico dresses 7 dollars und 13 baby rattlers told 2S8U lies shook hands 23470 times talked enough to have made in print KKX large size of patent otlice reports babies kindled 13 kitchen fires cut 0 cords of wood pun ed475 shocks of fodder helped shutJ wagon loads of corn dug 14 bushels of potatoes toted 27 buckets of water putt up 7 stoves was bit 3 times watch broken by baby 3 to repair loaned 3 barrels of flour 2 bushels of meal 150 pounds of bacon 57 pounds of butter 32 dozen of eggs 2umbrelas 12 lead pencils 1 Bible dictionary 1 mowing blade 2 hoes 1 overcoat 2 paper collars none of which have been returned Called my oppo nent a perambulating liar doctors bill 10 Had rive arguments with my wife results 1 flower vase broom handle broken 1 dish of hash 10 cents worth of sticking plaster bought Besides spending 1868 e I it I flu lacy ow wisdom Low lich Detroit I F rorn oSNCNpq CI jA 0 JI I I I proportion sugar American a er- rorless typographical cannot volumes ruined T WAR AGAINST WHISKY TRUST Judo Cantrill of the State Fiscal Court Instructs the Grand Jury to Imlict All Trusts in the District Ky April the state fiscal court Tuesday Judge Can trill directed the attention of the grand jury to trusts and instructed it to indict all such concerns operating in this district The instruction was particularly to start a war against the whisky combination recently put through in the of the Kentucky Dis tillery and Warehouse Co which bought up nearly all the Kentucky distilleries including many in this sect oh This county started the war on the insurance trust last fall in penalties being against 80 odd companies sev eralof which have left this section and threaten to leave the state if are not dropped THOROUGHBRED YEARLINGS Eighteen of Them Purchased by W liitncy Arrived at the La SJelle Farm Lexington Ky LEXINGTON Ky April 2 Eighteen thoroughbred yearling colts by Imp Meddler purchased by W C Whitney from the Forbes estate arrived Friday night and were taken to La Belle stud Mr Whitney has purchased from John E Madden the famous brood mare Imp Moore by dam Queen of of Cypress and damn of five successive winners She is now at La Belle Frank B Harper of Wocdford has sold to W II Clark of New York at a high price three twoyearolds by Imp RossingtonCONSUMPTION CURED- Dr Ottos Gum Balsam will cure any case of consumption if taken in time Con a slight cough or cold you will use Dr Spruce Gum Balsam you will cure the lungs and throat and avoid the most dreaded of all cousumption Delay in attending to a slight couch may cost your life bottles Price 25c and 50c sale by TJTJ IclibMtR A Fire In tho State PrIson FRAXKPOKT Ky April 1 Fire broke out in the laundry department at the state prison at 4 oclock which destroyed hundreds of suits of con victs clothing underclothing and bed ding A disastrous conflagration seem ed imminent at one time and the en tire day force of guards was calledout in consequence but the fire was before communicating to adjacent buildings New State Each FKAXKFOIIT Ky April 8 The Farm ers deposit bank of Wheatley Owen county has filed articles of incorpora tion in the office of the secretary of state here The capital stock of the in stitution is fixed at 15000 divided into 150 shares The chief stockholders are J W of Leitchfield R II Alexander W T Jones and Alice Smith of Louisville and Vallanding ham Gentry of Owen county Solid for PllcherK- ICIIOIASVILLE Ky April 5 Jesa mines seven delegates to the Second district railroad convention in structed Monday to vote for T F Pil cher of this county first last and all the time The delegates named are all Hardin men Pilcher claims that he will be able to organize the conven tionl and is confident of winning Engagement Announced LEXINGTON Ky April is an nounced that John J Luby of this city first grand vice president of the Young Mens institute of the Kentucky jurisdiction and Miss Julia Carroll sister of Mr James Carroll of Cleve land 0 will be married in this city April 10 A Bourbon County Bankrupt FRAXKFOKT Ky April volun tary petition in Bankruptcy has been filed in the office of the United States circuit court here by Samuel S Bell of Bourbon county Ills liabilities are given in at 046 with no available assets To Bo Submitted to Popufar Vote LEXINGTON Ky April 50000 bond issue to build main sewers in this city will be presented to the general council and will probably milted to popular vote Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam physician can prescribe Dr Ottos Formula Is on the package Cures your Cough in a day to take cry for Large sire bottles For Complexion Dr Carlst ats G rman Liver Pewder Foruu y R E McRoberts FnAXJ FonT 5In reorganization immediate whichresulted prosecutions s rts This is where gets its start and if Otto s the extinguished Vallandingham I 5It SA 4A laterbe sub Beautiful Use S r ifd r meant imposed Cit P let diseases you Large size were Ptlce5caod a l We Still Have a Nice Lion of Friskin and We will continue to take meas ures for Suits until the stock is closed out iiWw w VfM 1 CA4 Goods I s S saa l Y w75sa Srya 4T 0 A Physician B Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY Price 25 50c R E McRoberts Tangled in tIle Lines HCPKIXSVJIIE Ky April 1 David Torian aged 20 was standing in a wagon and driving a pair of mules Thursday when he fell and became tangled in the lines and was crushed to death Clyde Jatauf a planter fell from a wagon Thursday morning and being caught in a wheel received fatal injuries FOKT Ky April 2 The state board of equalization Friday raised the assessment of lands in Fulton 10 per cent and decreased the value of town lots S per cent The Clay assessment of both landsand town lots was unrhin red Kiiliatiueiits at Lexington LEXINGTON Ky April 1 During March 302 recruits to the United States army were enlisted by Lieut Johcioc in this city New Kentucky Poet Olllcc April 5 A post office has been established at Ulevins Elliott county Ky with Thomas W Blevins I as postmaster Heros Hotly at Howe LEXINGTON Ky April 4 The body of Marshall Cole a member of Louis yule Legion who died in Porto Ilico arrived here Monday and will b buried in Lexington Tucs I day Franchise Sold for 5 PADUCAH Ky April 3 The city Saturday sold a street car franchise to the Paducah Railway and Light Co for SJ5 The franchise is for 20 years and consolidates all the local street railways and private electrical plants A Goebel Victory LEBANON Ky April 5 At the mass convention here Monday Marion coun ty instructed for McChord for railroad commissioner A majority of the dele to largely for Hardin for governor Land Changed county county WAS 1l1 0 TO I cemetery I i Mothers internal Assessment allFor 1 L and dangers of childbirth can be almost avoided relieves ex pectant moth ers It gives italorgansand discomforts entirely toneto the Ills ZVineof Cardui them condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg nancy less shortens labor and hastens recoveryafter childbirth It helps a woman bear strong healthy children has also brought happiness to homes barren years A few doses often brings joy hearts that long a darling baby No woman should neglect to it for this trouble It cures nine cases often All druggists sell Wine of Cardui 100 per bottle For advice In cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms n i The Chattanooga Medicine Co Tenn Mrs LOUISA HALE of Jefferson When I lust took Vine of Cardui we had been married three but could not have children Nine later I had a One girl baby in Win otirdQ for out e t G31 says months Jj k t I the ladies Advisory Chattanooga BO rii O i ijlJf rlllDvFJ t U Q Qa h r aU 9 g a 1 ti i sv J rr AfTER USING f H tbhJ s1d I s Lsss M r- tct New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL and CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS KAVg FAILED TU37S BY MAt 75 BOTTLES 50 CENTS M tSFBAliAiDJSooPnsiiriafsrt SSO sisin SI toms MO EXTEPNAL PILES PAIN J CerT SrOI l ES IRUG STORE WITHOUT StatiIi flj EI Xjn ed k tiE VE tJIiI9for neoeU5 pro tr ieu ill asS or thet ran i eithcr ox 51ch ru Protr3tion Pail or LostImpotency Errors Mctal ezccssivo tae1CC or Opium zrl lead ld with everymIarnnt to cure or refund sldG boxes for CidKn1L CO Store iiI9 lii A VTLTY-t om shedcatremcd and ail ManroodNightly uthfnl to Cnse1n0on Insanity85 oricr ve a hmon at 105500 1325n S Lievclan Olio McRoberts Drug Call and see this Celebrated at It fully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds F arm Machinery Always C U PAINT LICK Rubber Tires Repairing of All Kinds Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD Wagon G S GAC J S p HANDMADE BUGGIES BUCKBOARDS I Ly r l t tI Oii fill Ia I 7 f t ti MOTTS They overcome Weak X ness irregularity and vig or and banish pains of menstruation They are LIFE SAVERS to girls at McRoberts Drug Store Pi NoknownSoldby PENNYROYAL ncrease t rYpapa