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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 6, 1899. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT! 1 1.00 per year in Adnaxee. LOjOKGood - wm wwwnrw wmm m w wm m m mm m w ms LOCAL HAPPENINGS. at Joseph's. for sale GOc perloz J. C. Thompson, MiuiiiMug.f llen's Saddles $2.75 up. fiiuuuuiUiUiu set Harness, Back Bands $7.50 Handsome hosiery mm iuauuiiuiuttJiuuiiuuiUittJUiUR Lovely dress goods A Dead Heat. FIRE. In the precinct conventions held in Large Granary near. Depot Destroyed Boyle Saturday, "W. Vernon Richard this Morning. Hard Fighting to son tied his competitor, Moore. After Prevent Spread. many ballots both withdrew and C. C. Bagby was nominated. ITIeanles. at Josephjs' & ExtraBlindBridles 2 Good .75 .25 Pie plant roots See our line of Ladies Oxfords. Logan Robinson. & Co. .uapiu ueea iui opting C. Thompson. Carpets in the roll. J. A. Beazley One of Rev. Ira Parton's 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 Late styles of sash buckles 25c up Get our prices on Harness and Sad Kentucky Sunday School Association Thompson the Jeweler. J. R. Ilaselden. dlery. will address the Sunday School Teach the .25 Everything new and stylish in Lad- "We are better prepared than ever to ers and workers at p. Christian Pair Trace Chains jr. All cor J. A. Beazley & Co. Church Sunday at 3.30 ies fine Oxfords. Logak & Robinson. sell you carpets. dially invited to attend. HAMES, Look out for Swindlers' on Rubber Best busrev harness in town yfcheap, BREECHING, Triplets! W. J.. Romans. tires. W. J. Romans has the best COLLAR PADS, One of our Paint Lick friends tele made. Wanted. phones The Record that triplets If you want stylish tailor made suit Car Iron add B6nes. II. B. North- - two girls and a boy, were born to the Towd. in e Best leave your order with Logan & Rob- cott. wife of Sydney "Warm oth, near that place, Saturday, April 1st. All three inson. A candidate will ride the Kay Pea are healthy and doing well. Examine the American No. 20, Chill croat in the third heat tonight. Be brothers. ed Plow, at Haselden's, it is fullv there, Kead It. guaranteed. Read the date on the yellow lable A great many ladies have been in ind you will see to what time your W. I. Williams, Col. W. G. Welch, Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, 'Orch- town this week- - to see the beautiful copy of The Record is piad for. Lancaster. ard Grass and Seed Oats, at Stanford. goods at josepirs. l.ttle cold cash will help this office G. S. Gaines' Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay very materally just at present. This in town item is not written as a joke. WILLIAMS A large lot of Collars, Pads, Jinnies, sold and delivered anywhereS. Gaines WELCH s and wagon breeching, by G. Barred Plyiuotiirockx. going cheap. J. R. Ilaselden. I have a fine pen of the above chick Closing out our flower sied Yer ens, mm win sen eggs at ou cents per sening oi lo. Tiiey are medium size, Law, Experience has taught us how to low prices for two weeks. Attorneys splendid layers and mature early, J. C. Thompson. measure you for a stylish toilor made 1 Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store, Logan & Robinson. suit. We can show you 1,000 samples for tf Lancaster Ky. R. W. McRoberts. to us we will tailor made suits. Come Lost. Town Levy. Pocketbook containing a sum of dress you correctly. Logan & RobinAll business attended to promptly At the meeting of the City Council money and some papers. Reward for son. Monday night, the town tax rate was O. F. Tilleit. return. subject of Rev. Charles E. Pow fixed at forty-liv- e The cents. This is eight Try Totts "Whole Wheat Flour or ell's surmon at the Christian Church cents more than of last year and is St BAO&HMAN. BEAZLET be "Saving and caused by the building of the work Graham, Xutricious and Digestable. Sunday morning-wilNothing like it. II. C. Potts, Buck Losing Life." house, provision for which was not eye, Ky. FUNERAL DIRECTORS,. made in last year's assessment. There is talk of the For Rent. Preaches Sunday Evening. local band. All it needs is a few mem25 acres of sod land already plowed, bers who will attend practice and try Rev. Benj., C. Smith, of Cincinnati, for Hemp. Terms on application to to learn. corresponding secretary of the Amer All Leather Collar .85 Two-Hors- lap J.R. HASELI About G:45 o'clock 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 elevatorstands within twenty feet, but heroic fight ing saved it. The burned building was owned by the "National Bank and cost $2,000. It was insured for $900. The building was rented by II. A. B. Marksbury, who had stored therein aDoui z.ow Dusneis oi wneat and a large amount of hemp, both of which were insured, and three or four thou sand sacks, hemp-bale- r and hemp seed, upon which there was no insurance. There had been no one in the building since Tuesday, and origin of lire is un known, though many believe it was set on tire by tramps, who frequently pass on the railroad. It took heroic effort 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 Ilaselden has purchased of Capt. Herndon the Gen. Landram property on Richmond street. Price $1,000. THE LAST OF WINTER mmmmmmmmwmwm Chilly breath has been felt and the balmy days give promise of the new life to come with Sunny Spring. k Trace-chain- at Ready lor Business. Come and give your measures and We have long been preparing and are now ready with a new line of l 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, tailor-mae- d from $10. to $30. Suits $7.50 to $20. Come while I am at home. Fit and quality auaranteed. All wool. M. D. Hughes Agent. Ready-to-we- to suit the change in season. very pleasing. DRY GOODS C. "W. Anderson. "Wanted.. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancas' er, Ky. &c. Eggs and Chickens. Good price paid lady to be dressed in style should have on pretty shoes to complete her Bring them in before prices drop. II. B. Northcott. outfit. See the beautiful line at Joseph's before buying your shoes. Kent, For Opening at Rntbon'h. The large Lodge Room over Post Regular opening of tremendous line ollice. "Will make good offices. Call of lovely springgoods Saturday. Every on "W. T. "West or "W. McO Johnston thing brand new and "W. O. Bradley Call for particulars. and see. Tlie Ladies Aid Society Now is the time to have "Will meet with Mrs Simpson, on old buggy, pheaton or surrey made new Danville ave., Satiuday afternoon at first class work very low prices. 2:30. All members of the church are "W. J. Romans. asked to be present. ican Christian Missionary Society, will preach at the Christian church next Sunday evening at 7:15 o'clock. Every member of the church is urged to be present and the public is cordially in vited. Kitjoynble Evening. Those in charge of the program for the Social Club Saturday evening have irranged a splendid entertainment. In addition to the discussion of the Philippine question, some excellent music is promised. .Everybody is in vited to attend these meetings and it is hoped many will be on hand. Reaching Out. The independent telephone system, of 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 d central point among them. Dr. is entitled to much thanks from our people for putting in the exchange as it started the telephone ball to roll Kin-nair- Previous displays may have equaled but never surpassed our present showing and the variety and richness of our stock will Drove LO G A AN AVIeaere. ing. Big Collections. We have jast received Sines oar-Complet- e of SHJEW'Sj YUWH.'S, w oys, Childrens Clothing " vw v wiwvrwuv Mcdnvr mm mm anything in Central Kentucky that will compare with them. We can Show you the Most Stylish line of Suits at $7.50, $10. $12. and $15. ever shown bv us or anyone else in Lancaster. Come in and get one before the sizes are broken. . P See our Men's Suits at $5. You can't find All-Wool II Everything New and Stylish in BOYS and CHILDRENS 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 Xadies Fine Oxfords will he on display in a few days. "Wait for. them, we can save you money on them. LOGAN and ROBINSON "''. Favorable Prospects month of March aggregated $212,922,12, We have it by underground grape divided as follows: Lists. $402.29: Beer, mu luiegrapu inai me u. x y. peo $1,401.50; Spirits, $208,171.48; Cigars, $40.7G; Case Stamps, $52; Tobacco, ple are thinking strongly of putting To The Pen. day passenger trains on the Rowland Deputy Sheriff "Ward took the fol $348.s(i; Specials, $237.09: Documentary branch, thus giving us a double daily lowing prisoners to the Frankfort pen stamps, $2,125.54; Proprietary stamps, $83.10. service to both Louisville and Cincin itentiary Wedn2Sday: John Mupsey, During that same period TnE Rec nati. The plan we have contended ige 17, two years for perjury, Lot ior an along is that the day trains Smith two years for same offense and ord office collected $000,007.85. from Louisville and Cincinnati be run Goorge Smith two years for fogery. Let Them Alone. so as to meet at Rowland, (both north All are negroes and were convicted at Mr. S. B. Henry, sexton at the Cem and south bound on Knoxville branch the recent term of court. etery, asks The Record to warn par meeting there) and let the three ties not to remove flowers from the trains, (for Louisville, Cincinnati and Brick ITInking. Mr. Ed. R. Dillehay, of Danville, lots and graves. It is no doubt done Middlesboro) all pull out at the same has secured the contract for making thoughtlessly, out people should con time. This would give ample time n such doings are, for each train to make its destination the brick for the new hotel. lie has sider how rented W. B. Mason's lot on Water Persons can be fined for disturbing if they leave Rowland, say at 12:30. street and will move his machines plants, trees or flowers of any kind in The passenger travel from all this here in a few days. Mr. Dillehay is a the Cemetery, and if such depreda- section of Kentucky would then have splendid young gentleman and under- tions are continued the sexton will close connection to any point they dehave some one arrested. sired, and we are confident it would stands his business. be a paying venture' for the L. & N. If A Needed Improvement. Like a Strangers visiting our little city there are any doubting Thomases on Capt. White came to The Record make many comments on the beauty the question, all we ask is that they office yesterday morning, set two gal- study the matter for a few minutes, of the Lancaster Cemetery, but Stand lsys of clean proof between 8 and 12:30 aghast when they come to the old- - and we are confident they will see the o'clock, jumped in the air and struck time, farm-yargate at its entrance. many advantages to be derived by his heels together three times, licked cosVvery much to put a both the railroad and traveling public would not the "devil," then lit out for home to It crate at- - the en plant his onion patch before suppejr. nice, arched, modern The Railroad. trance, and the lot owners would be How's this for a man in his 79th year? The executive committee of the under many obligations if the trustees would have it done. The present Commercial Club held a meeting MonJury Hung. arrangement is about as day afternoon and selected Gov. BradIn the trial of the insurance compa much in keeping with the beautiful ley to present Garrard county's claim nies at Paris, for a alleged combina- place as would be a pair of farm bars. to the Southern Railway people in tion to fix rates, the jury failed to New York. The representatives from Democratic Convention. agree after being out all day. The reother counties along the proposed delegates elected by precinct route will meet in Louisville Satur The sult of the trial is considered a victory for the insurance companies, and it is meetings met at the Court House Sat- day and proceed to New York at once, believed the indictments will meet urday afternoon and made Homer where they will lay before the presi with just such fate all over the state. Tinsley, chairman, and T. C. Gulley, dent, and other officials, the many adsecretary. The following delegates vantages to be obtained by building Pay Your School Tax. were then chosen to attend the Frank the road. The more the proposition The Garrard Circuit Court has de fort convention: Geo. T. Farris, Dave is studied, the more plausible it apcided that the Lancaster Graded Com- Ross, Thomas Dunn, Joe E. Robinson, pears. There has been some talk of on a legal basis' and that George Robinson, W. B. Burton. It mon School is the Southern buying the R. the school tax must be paid and un- was decided to send the delegation un- - B., but as it would be almost N. I. & equivaless paid at once" levies and sales will instructed, though, we understand, it lent to building a new road to put By order of the Board of their intention to vote for Hon. in repair, and the further fact that it a E. W. Harris, Coll'r. Trustees. Tom Pilcher as long as his name is be great many miles more of track confore the convention. structed in addition: not much creNew Stand. dence is" put- - in the report. 0Vs stated Traveling In Style. 'We are now in our new building, Capt. Phil Price has been given.two several times in The Hecord, the corner Crab Orchard and Campbell proposed new road would be only ninety-streets, better prepared than ever to new coaches for his train. They are six miles in length, and would furnish Flour in exchange for wheat. the latest pattern and models of con- a link connecting the Southern's form road on your grain and get venience and comfort. One is divided Farmers, bring in the north-weand south. a good turnout of flour second in qual- into two compartments, one for ladies The building of this road would and the other for smoking. The oth--, ity to none in the state. 2t Potts Buos. er is for colored passengers and has mean great things for Garrard county. nice quarters fitted up for the mail As a gentleman said yesterday, "It Handsobin Reception. clerk and Expressman Rice. This would save us enough to pay our taxThe Ladies Aid Society and mem- train isjun by one of the cleverest es, in that it would give cheaper rates bers of the Christian congregation crews on the road. Engineer Henry on our wheat, corn, cattle, etc., to the gave an elegant reception to Eld. and Lammers, Fireman Flytag, Conductor markets of both Louisville and CinMrs. Charles E. Powell, Thursday eve; Erice, Expressman Rice and Brake-me- n cinnati, to say nothing of bringing in Brady and Arnold, work like tro- - our coal and goods at far less rates ning at the church. Notwithstanding the inclement weather, a larga num- jans for the comfort of passengers, the than we are now compelled to pay." prompt handling of freight and to The prospects-fo- r the road are quite Lovely refreshber were present. ments were served." Eld. Powell, has keep on time. The train is now up- - favorable, but, we may possibly lose made a fine Impression upon the Lanand, barring Its freight-traiit. However the thing to do is hustle caster people, both as a preacher and time, is one of the best in Central Ken- - and bring all influences to bear to get as a man. tucicy, , it. low-dowd te st e, n Internal revenue receipts in Collec tor John W. Yerkcs' office for the 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 man's business. Why they don't go to the large cities and utilize their vast knowledge is a mystery, unless its because they can't quit attending to other people's business in Lancaster long enough. The same fellows who do this gassing are the one's 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. Wouldn't Grant It. Some gentlemen representintr the East Tennessee Telenlwrm plied to the City Council Monday night for a franchise to put in an exchange in this city. The council adjorned to called meeting Tuesdav when a mo- tion was made to grant, but receiving no second it was lost. It was found upon investigation that the order granting permission to Dr. Kinnaird to put in the present exchange was left out of the minutes at the time it was granted and a nunc pro tunc order was made, which makes the record clear. Dr. Kinnaird put in the present system at his own individual expense. It has proven a 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 la 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 the 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 a merchant must keep his eye open all the time. For this 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. Before spending your money, call at The Globe and inspect the handsome lines of men's wearing apparel, get prices, and you will be convinced olf the truth or these statements. r" JUDSON. KVEEY WEEK BY From ...1.00 ... 0 . .25 A.W raits lawr Bf ifffffftftw ffiBfitriifw IE fir rt? TOnffflWfflfflfflfflflraFK ui tarraru. Mccreary. zi at this Vriting. kjfctld Edcssa Simpson is verj' Sick Pabliabet, I40 VJS LAXDRA vf. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. tf. 5 MARKSBURY. Messrs. Robert Broaddus and Elija man at $2. per barrel. Henry Tarks sold a good work horse W. N. Grows, barn was struck by Our Fine lted Durham Eull Saunders, stock dealers of "Madison days ago for $25. a few county, stopped with Alex "Walker, lightning Monday nigiit. W P Tuggle bought of Hunter Will make the present season on Sunday, on their way to Hnrrodsburg Charles Grow refuses to TIIUBSDAY, April C, 3S99 House, a lot of hogs at 3ic per lb. farm, 24 miles from Lancaster court. take 20cts for his goat hide. on new Danville, piks, and will T I Herring sold to Mr. Daniels, of . serve cows at fi.oo. Jloney due ID IW IE . ..n.flrtffnmnivtook a butcher Paris, 23 ewes and lambs at $o.50 per The Lakeland Asylum has offered Wm. "Yalls is improving his farm by wn I I MUI'H - X I 'A I Miss Alice Saddler a lucrative posi putting up a nice wire fence. at time of service. proceeded to make mince head. ' kalfe ami tion at that place. She has not deci "W. N. Grow sold his crop AM and ED BOURNE. . nit', iisr luisuanu who aof hemD Speed Boner fclys lie is Suffering ded whether she will accept or not. mtoii in bent her. If many moi from a disease of the heart. YVe hope Many think she may get 'Rich" by to Hudson & Co., for S5.55 per hun- dred. nn wnnW rake similar steps to rid it will not prove fatal. ffould Miss Emma Naylor was the happy ;,,civps of such nests, ihsyapplaud N, II Rogie says he is ticiigmeu i staying here, The Misses Phcrigo accompanied by recipient of a box of choice shells last 1TOTARY PUBLIC, do well, and the world would see tho niwfweafner, as lfc has cleared of a their brother Harvey, visited friends week from the Florida coasts, them. It is hard to coiwvr nuis- - the loafers from his store. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY at Breachersville, last week Miss Mr. Charlie White, who has boon more annoying and disgusting II. D. Aldridge has been quite sick Pearl Ross, of Lancaster, is tho charmd buying logs in this community, visitodj n ice than that of haying a DifT, days with something like ing guest of Miss Laura. Layton SorTByor for man louiiRin:,' about the house for several ins ramiiy at Richmond Saturday and lp, but is some better at this writing. Mr. 12 W Lawless, who is visiting his upon the labor of l;is wife dopending Sunday. AETNA FIRS INSURANCE CO A poplar tree that lias stooa me sister, Mrs. AV E Dunn, at MUledge-villus a support. The temperance people Our community, or a part of it, is has visited us again, it dont often miss years. Coughed onus of the past century, was cut is dangerously ill at this writing. constantly howl about drunken husformerly ....David Logan, of Decatur, 111., is especially favored, as The Democrat a weekcomingup. We are getting used I suffered for 25 years with a cough, Sale bands, which is all well enough, but own last week on the farm dee'd. Little and Burgiu Messenger are coming into to high water. A good size dwelling and spent hdndreds of dollars with I will soil at imMIc outcry at my residence the class of men who arc no account owned by Rev. Rurdett Kemper, Fred visiting relatives here now our midst. house passed down Wednesday. doctors and for medicide to no avail near Jlarcellsi-'- , on Irene Saddler' who has been quite sick without the drin'.ctiijr habit, are a but now owned by his grand son, SATl'KHAY APr.IL 15. '99 W. Sanders visited his Geo. B. Secord, the well known con- until iused Dr. Bell's thousand times worse than those who Sutton. It was five feet in diameter, is some better at this Umo, ,t,Misa JIare, feet Tillie Wsirner waa the guest of Miss brother .7. W. Sanders, of Hiattsville. tractor of Towanda, N. Y., sa3's: " I ey. It hassaved my life, J. C. Rosell The following iroprr.y: I :isllu hitter will work some rtid one hundred and sixty-liv- e Male, i two Horse Males. 2 Cows. length, thojiist one of its kind h? Alios aadulor Saturday night and atui day and Sunday and also called have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Dm Disc Drill. McCormacI: self lU'.e. Disc time. Pity the drunken husband on his best girl Mr. Jack Turner edy in my family for a long time and Store. Sunday. lm. Cutting Hnrro.v.JCnltiva'.ors.l Diamond Harbut to hades with tite sober vaga this section. row, 1 Hollar, Ciller Mill. DIs cuttlag Hox and wife were the guests of air. and have found it superior to any other." bond. The number of men relyiiij. Miss Haliie Rice, accompanied by Not one child dies where ten formerTools, many other art! Full set ton gave him a surprise Easter by noon their wives for support is astoun Mr. Tom Chesnut, of Boyle, visited ly died from croup. People have learn Mrs. James Clark, at Sycamore Yallev, Forsale by R. E. McRoberts, druggist big basket dinner being spread at his cles. Will also srll a lot of Me.it. Household fjnvr. Wii will iro with any band to iiss Mary Rout, Sunday Hughes ed the value of One Minute Cough last Thursday..., Mr. Mitch Lane and lm au i Kitchen Furniture. Aso:l" of Har. So you (covered with lumber.) and 1,000 tons house to honor his birth-dafeet of Lumhelp hanc such men. id ridgw attended the entertainment Cure and use it for severe lung and who attended the surprise dinner at Rev. Neal, of Winchester, will fill can see he is an Easter Egg this year ber. Mr. Laytons near Nina Sunday... was put in iven by the Schubert Lady Quartet t, L.T3ii Since the above his appointment at Scott's Fork Saturthroat troubles. It immodiatelystops TKIlMSinade known on day of sale. Many people suffer untold tortures day night, Sunday and Sunday night. if never again in life. type we see where a Mrs. Younj?, near the Lancaster Court House, Ap. 1. couching. It never fails. Stormes' C. F. Yeaoeb Marcellin. Ky. Rev. E. Edward, pastor of the Engfrom piles, because of the popular im We hope the weather will be favorable Knoxviile, chopped "hubby" to pieces .Jas. R. .Johnson, accompanied by Drug Store. pression that they can not be cured, and would like to see a large crowd lish Baptist Church at Minersville .with an axe. Good. Let the wot cousin, Miss Jennie Johnson, of lis Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, FIRE aHfl LIFE ffiSBMCE proceed. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will out. BUENA VISTA. urgin. attended services at the Fork was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain cure them. It has met with absolute hurch Sunday, and visited friends in very much Balm. He says: "A Some folks seemed to be few applications Tin: three candidates for democratic the community. Win. Christian is in Lexington this success. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes. troubled over the absence of the assis- SPEEGFIELD of this liniment proved of greatservice 3c. nomination for governor, Hardin C. C. & J. E. Stormes.! in. week on a business trip. Before the discovery of One Minute iint Tost Master at Judson, he said he tome. (lobel and Stone, aic now tiring KMneh Cough Cure, ministers were greatly It subdued Hie inflammation Leslie Ruble had a bunch of cattle as out looking for large horses. You and relieved the pr:n. aid an v suf bhelIs(loaded with wind) at each other disturbed by coughing congregations. dehorned at this place last week. LEAF. INSURANCE COMPANY. must excuse him this time as he de ferer profit by givmg" ?v iV.ia Balm Tiiev remain in different parts of the No excuse for it now. Stormes' Drug lights in large horses. "V. P. Ruble is confined to her V.rs. For Side by W, B, Adams sold his crop of tobac trial it will please .state, some hundred miles apart, and Store EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO lied with grippe, at this writing. I have been afflicted with rheuma- - R. E. McRoberts co to W. N. Beazley at $4.(50 per cwt. lm accuse each other of not being made Go to ,T. E, Scotv for farming Imple OF NEW YORK. BRYANTSVILLE. timber of the right gubernatorial Mr. Sidney Warm th was April fool E. W. Norris bought twenty head of isin for fourteen years and nothing ments, he can supply your wants. The race is growing to a white heat cattle from Earnest Woods at $20.00 seemed to give any relief. I was able ed Saturday a little wore ban anyone conHugh Preston who was thrown from Robinson & Hamilton and its impossible to say which hold Will Scott sold to Did. Christopher, per head and a conbined gelding of J, to be around all the time, but in this end of the county by Dr. Dur stantly suffei ing. I had tried every ham, of Kirksville, he bringing him the lead. The light in the republican a horse and badly hurt is getting along of High Bridge neighborhood, a youn B. Parks for S75. Oflicoover Post Office. thing I could hear of and at last was camp has not warmed up yet, but er nicely. milk cow at $30, cash. Notwithstanding it rains every oth told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, triplets, one boy and two girls. Both :: : Kentucky Lancaster, Cur- numerous candi long there will be Andrew J. Cox. an employe at mother and triplets are doing well but B. P. Sechrist sold to E. J. Curley i er day farmers In this section are put which I did and was immediately re- the women of the country are talkinj. d.it&t who are willing" to make the lev'.s. had the misfortune to have his Co., of Camp Nelson, a lot of corn, de ting in their time between showers, lieved and in a short time cured. I ORGANIZED 1333. race for the different ollices. From inn crushed. of banishing the Doctor from society livered, at S2 per barrel. some are gathering corn, some are am happy to say that it has not since As it is his second adventure they now 'til November the battle will At Lock No." 8, Geo. Prophet fell Albert Skinner sold and delivered to ploughing for a new crop. NATIONAL BANK, returned. Josh Edgar, Germantown, know not what he will do next. lv.ge furiously, boring those who work down a llight of steps and crushed sev- L. H. Hudson, of Camp Dick Robin There has been so much wet weather Cal. For sale by R. E. McRoberts furnishing much joy to thoic who eral of his ribs. OF LANOASTEB.n. but hemp crop at $4.50 per 100 but a few tobacco beds have been sown. Druggist. If something is not soon done for U son. his lm our roads you will find sit on their pants am! gas. this county in Mrs. Ma tie Yeager. daughter of lbs. The crop will bo cut short and those Miss Hiram Raj', of Buckeye, visited a wilderness of mud and whv not run Mrs. James Adams, died on April 3rd, G. S. Gaines, of Lancaster, was in uia& nave not som ineir last years his sister Mrs. L. M. Crutchfield Mon Capital, The Kentucky press boys were una $50,000 some one for Representative tha crop will do well to hold on to it, for it day this neighborhood the early part ble to complete aiMngemcnts for the and was interred in the Danville Mr. Willie Ray, of Buckeye, lives on mud roads that will use his Surplus Find Funeral at the Bautist church. this week looking for farmers that will certainly go up. 10,000 proposed jaunt to Old Point Comfort Mr. George efforts to enact some law isited his grand-faththat will On April 8th, Saturday, I will dis will need a Deering Binder this seanr. J it is now proposed to accept th We met our old friend J. F. Waters Miss'Lula Simp prorate the public moneys on all nderson Monday. BUSINESS SOLICITED. Mat tering invitation extended by the play the latest novelties in millinery, son. while in Lancaster last week. Though son, or liucKeye, is spenaong several roads: as pikes are nothing more nor Kood people of Henderson. Mrs. Geo. less than county roads, and why tax Osreful and Prompt Attention Gnaranteetf It is pro and cordially ask all to come and If you have a cough, throat irrita many years have elapsed since I last days with her grand-mothMrs. A. S. Ilaselden. them. posed to then to make a trip to the tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest saw him, time has not changed him M. G. Sanders is on the the mud splitters to build and repair Anderson r.oith-wc- t t, cutting the usual time in On the .'JOth of March, during the difficult breathing, croup or hoarse bit. He is just as frisky and looks as sick list President The Charley Boy visited pikes and not one cent put on the mud f. X. HiaaiXBOTBAU young as he did twenty years a; ETfis Y. Leavell. half and going to Florida next winter. last rise in the Kentucky river, a large ness, let us suggest One Minute Con us last week and brought up a load of roads? Is it fair and equal play? An when he and I used to go a courting freight and took back a load of sand. swer, ye shrewd law makers and pike S. F. K01.80.N This is a mighty good suggestion, e frame house was seen Moating down Cure Always reliable and safe. Cashlar p'cially as to the Florida trip. in the old Providence neighborhood Misses Mary Leavell and Nora Ray, riders? I am sure if you would answe V. O. Kionst Stormes' Drug Stern the river, the furniture in it unmolesAssistant Cmh'i ted. Bookkeeper Mr. E. J. Aldridge, wife and tw We thought we were two mighty good were the guests of Mrs. A. D. Ford, truthfuly you would say ''No". Then .D. Walker ?.Ia.t. Gi:x. Otjs reports from Yin f. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on little children, of Covington, are visit chances, as he said, but the girls all part of last week. give us a candidate that lives on the n'.lathat the insurgentGoierment is in electric street car line, writes that his ing the family of .T. J. Poor, this weel looked before they leaped and didn't We read with interest what was in mud roads, not one that lives on good DIRECTORS: precarious condition, the army being little daughter was very low with Miss Lucretia Skinner, who h: leap our way and the only consolation last weeks issue of TnE Record in re pikes as in town as has been asked to J . M . HlOOIKBOTH AM, lx7i8 y. lsaybll, we had was that we got away with defeated, discouraged and scattered croup, and her life saved after all phy- been teaching school at Midway, for gard to so many road's centering at the make the race, not because thev are T.M.Aknold, i.ut t ne sime report lias been coming sicians had failed, only by using One the last four months, returned to her line lot of grub for the old folks and mouth of Sugar Creek. If all the roads not nice intelligent gentlemen, but we J. 8. Johnson, B. F. FIUDrlOM. f ir a long time. Pncle Sam has a job Minute Cough Cure. Stormes' Drug home, near this place, last Thursday, didn't want to marry any way. were counted it is said are feareful they will forget us and S.C.Arnold, Jr. leading here J. J.Walxxr Store. on his hands which will take som Mrs. James Munday, of Harrods Mothers! Beware of those secret would number something close to fifty leave us stuck so deep in mud we will Alxx.Qibbs, Jacob Y. 2031x1 on. Mrs. John Ballard and family visit- burg, was over last Sunday, to see her robbers of your baby's quiet and One of our citizens was conversing not be able to get out in time to vote fine to complete and the indicatio: are that the Philipincs will be a thor ed relatives here Sunday Mrs. Dr. mother, Mrs. W. P. Ruble, who is siel health. Those sleepless nights and with an old gentlemen, who lived here for Bryan in 11)00. Then they would hi the old fellow's side for sometime Jennings and little daughters visited in bed with grippe. long hours of tiresome vigil arc caused fifty or sixty years ago and he says howl "Weak kneed Democrat"'. Yes to come. Mr. Nevius, who has by those terrible enemies of childhood that there were as many people he here last week give us some body to vote for that has worms. Destioy and remove them any day fluring the week as there are the interest of the whole county at ben confined to his bed quite a while llavo You II art the Grip? Ron linowx. who murdered h For the speedy and permanent cr.re of we are glad to learn is improving. If you have, you probably need a re with White's Cream of Vermifuge. in Lancastor county courtdays, and no heart, eaqual priviliges to all and tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Chamfather-in-laLewis McCIell-index . CTiiUucry liable medicine like Foley's Honey and Price, 2 cents, C. C. & J. E. Stormes, doubt but what there were as this was special priviliges to none. Then the berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment 13 piutcd hi:; crime on the scaffold It relieves the "We will hav3 a grand display of Tar to heal your lungs and stop the the only shipping point then for three laws will be moulded so we can have withont an eqnal. almost instantly itchGlasgow Monday morning. P.rown h;; ing and smarting an! SWEENEY. or four counties around. An old citi the mud roads shaped so we can get its continued use elfects a permanent received much free advertisin bv Spring and Summer Millinery, Satur- racking cough incidental to this disinto the pikes whore we have as much cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, ease. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. zen says he has seen all the lm reason of the many times has necktie day, April S, and all are cordially Sam Anderson bought of A. Thomp yards and other places to store freight money invested as any man living on icald head, sore nipples, itching piles, Bryants-vill.vas postponed. On the vited. Mrs. Mollie Bryant, exhibition chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and son three heifers for $58. Ky. full and people did not have room to tne pikes. PREACKERSVILLE. e do not mind paying granulated Scaffold he did not give the usual song lids. L. K. Perkins bought 50 hogs of J put their goods. Then about 300 hands our tax if we are to get the benefit of and dance about having a cinch Cress, at3icts.; also John Thompson worked here all the time building boats it afterwards, but we do frown at tho Tally's Condition Pcvfder3 for Rogers sold a horse for 42. BUCKEYE. James Br. passing in the pearly gates, but J S Pettus sold 50 hogs to Sweeney sold to Jim Thompson one yoke of ox to ship freight down the river. There way it is used now: all on the pikes. horses are the best tonic, blood- purifier pressed doubts as to his destination ind vermifuge. Price. 23cents- Soldbj en at SG6. has not been much business here for Harrison Ray bought live calves at Morgan for $3.35. R. E. McRoberts, Dm:s:, Lancaster years has begun to The i::i-l- e, Kins a" Silrdft. Is the county conventions Monday &50. J. C. Fox bought 10 hogs from Grove A great many think that bee cult several and but business is on a boom our village ure would be a good business to engage increase to select delegates to the Railro: Miss Mary Lea veil has a flourishing Kennedy for 3ic. S. BEAZLEY, in at the present, as there is a good and it will be but a short time until it is noted for its keen sight, clear and Commission convention at Frankfort school here. J. II. Thompson sold 13 hogs to A C demand for honey in this locality. will surpass its former state of pros- - distinct vision. So are those persons Senator C. C. McCliord secured a le; 3DE52STTIST Joe Simpson sold to Alex Simpson Robinson and son, for $3.40. who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve rWBSSSipk Teeth fxtr.cicd without pnln O. B. Perkins bought of Mr. Hays 40 pcriety. We will now in a very short over all his competitors combined, so live cattle at $'.)7 T J w.th YitullKfl Air. Offlce la J.L.nutchins has in stock a complete head of yearlings at $17 per head, of time have the advantage of the new for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any far as instructed delegates arc concern kind of granulated lids. Sold at 2Tct the New Thompson Building:. W. B Burton bought at Lancaster assortment of Undertaker's good?. John Thompson 12 calves at $12.50 and lock am then watch us grow. It would McRoberts Drug Store. ed. The ind'eations are that he w lm court, 15 cattle at $4.'"). Bro. Purtum is conducting a very of Broyle & Yanliook 8 yearlings at no doubt pay your city merchants to oigaiuze the convention, even if the Allen Ray bought of Wm. Finnell. successful meeting at the Methodist $15, and sold to Mr. Hays one yoke of have their dry goods shipped here as others tujeeed in combining. A special from Springfield, Ohio of Kirksville, one horse at $200. they save close to 2(5 cents on the hunchurch. oxen at 3ic per lb. says Joseph Leiter, the famous ChicaThornton Anderson, who has been James and Frank Thompson have dred by iloing so. Miss Lena Roges, of near Lancaster, The Richmond Register has chan quite sick with grippe, is reported go wheat speculator, and W. J. II gone to Pulaski county to buy some and her guest, Miss Pearl Huffman, of ed its size from a folio to a six colum Liii: Irrltuticii. lands, of Cleveland, have practically some better. cattle and hogs. quarto. Tiie Register is beautifully Danville, spent Friday and Saturday Representing Over Is the forerunner to cousumpJson. closed tho sale of a large tract of min printed, brimful of choice news and Pastor Willis delivered an excellent Barlow Gross' sale was well attended with Nrs. J. L. Woner, of this vicini Dr. Bell's will cure it, eral and timberland in Eastern Ken one of t lie best edited papers in Ken Easter sermon at Gunn's Chapel, Sun and everything sold well. Horses ty....Mrs. Julia Stevens visited reki and give such strength to the lungs tucky. There are 340,000 acres in the We congratulate you Bro. day and Sunday school, and prayer from $12.75 to $40: cows from $27.50 to tives in Richmond last week. tuckv. that a cough or a cold will not settle tract, and the land will ultimately be- In the following Fire Insurance meeting were reorganized at that $42: corn 81.15 to 1,50; wheat (55c, We Davis. cents at llcllob-ert- s come the property of Eastern and CaThese horrid fits of depression, mel there. Twenty-liv- e place. regret to see Mr. Gross leave us. lm nadian capitalists. Drug Store. Companies ancholy, low spirits, and sudden irri The price paid Mike Ray, ourcarpenter, is in KirksFor cough and colds there is no med For a quick remedy and one that it tability, that sometimes aillict even was a little less than 8."00,00'J. JEtna of Hartford. icine so eifectiveas Coussen's Honey ville, doing some work in that line. perfectly safe for children let us rec- eood tempered people, is due to the MNA of Tar. It is the ideal remedy. Price, Mike is quite a genius, and can make ommend One Minute Cough Cure. It blood being permeated with black bile, Queen of America. 25 cents and T0 cents. anything he ever saw, from a cob pipe, is excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick- Heroine will purify the blood, restore Farm work is more backward than National of Hartfort. up. on C. C. & .L E. Storm es. lm ling in ttie throat and coughs. Stormes health and cheerfulness. Price, 50cts, ever known before. The time is for corn planting and no ground yet "Give me a liver regulator and I can Drug Store. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Phenix of Brooklyn. WKLL V.I Sit US. broken, no oats sown nor gardens regulate the world." said a genius. E. Foley, of Williamsburg was here y Can Prescifte Hartford or Hartford. C planted. STONfc. druggist handed him a bottle of this week and his wife accompanied The Lancaster Record, founded by The DriWitE's Little Early Risers, the fa- him home.... Walter Warren who was Manchester of England, 3Iost every one who has heard of the lamented James R. Mams, was ten mous little pills. Stormes' Drug shot some time ago is able to be out The Fall City will be here next Sun the Warmouth triplets are visiting years old last week, live of which Connecticut of Hartford. the home to day" to see the young Mr. Phcrigo and sister, of day. again has been uuler the guidance of its Store. North British and MerehaHtffe. Morton Teater is very low of con- McCreary, was visiting relatives here J. M. Sanders bought of Mrs, Mar babies brought there Saturday by Dr. pre. vjf able editor, Mr. Louis Lan E. W. Lawless and neice. Saturday and Sunday sumption fJerniiw Ainaricin of Xjt Tork. "dra;.i, Bro. Clark,of garet Stone a sow and six shoats for Durham, shows that he is not a ne Miss Susie Sandidge, are with rela- Lancaster, was attending the meeting $20. hand at the bellows, and who is ma It has snowed seven months out of Liverpool aad London and Globe. Mr. and Mrs. here Tuesday. tives near Danville T. L. Sanders sold to Lutls & Co, twelve and there may be another in ing Tite RuoonDone of the very best Ebb Dickerson, visited R L Brown I also represent the old reliable C weeklies in Kentucky. Mr. Landram, Formula on each package, six shoats at di cts per id. averaging next month. We are growing North 205 pounds. year by year and will soon be as far who :;a born humorist and has a and family, of Kirksville, last week. FLATWOOD. Hew York Life style peculiarly Ins own, is one of the CURES YOUR COUGH f Mrs. Luther Rainey, is able to be out as man can endure. For frost bites, burns, indolent sores few Kentucky editors who have sucwifeliavj Mr. Haydon Cumption and W. II Purr bought a jalf from again after several weeks suffering with ceeded in running an independent pa- eczemas, skin disease, and especially Frank Gross for $10. gone into the house with Walker Loa broken collar bone. Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve per, and he h rapidly coming to the Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crutchfield are gan to keep house for him and his y Price, 25 & 50c front as a bright paragrapher. The stands first and best. Look out for J C Fox bought a calf from Wm. rejoicing over the arrival of a fine nine three little children, as their mother Coldiron for $20. people of Garrard seem to realize that dishonest people who try to imitate died a few weeks ago. Miss Lizzie Pettus, of Preachers- - pound boy on the 27th. they have a good thing in Tub Record and counterfeit it. It's their endorseTREES, PLANUS, VINES. The many friends of Mr. Jack La. E. McKoberts, and are giving Mr. Landram deserved ment of a good article. Worthless ville, began a select spring school at Prof. Deboe closed a very successful three months schflol at Mr. George goods are not imitated. Get DeWitts Lawson's school house Monday. Fruit and ornamental Trees, support. Richmond Iligister. Witch John Gibson bought a milk cow McQuerry.'s last Friday. The Lancaster Record is ten years Store. Hazel Salve. Stormes' Drug Shrubs, small fruits and everyEDUCATION T. L, Sanders bought of different from Ebb Scott for $40. old and like old wine improves all the If alslutelj wctrttTj to the young thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar parties one hundred and seventy flv time. "Editor Landram lias been at W. K Buchanan and son, ITill,spent A Space Filler. wau or jonng woman who would wia den. We employ no agents barrels of corn at $1.15 and $1.25 per but Wednesday last at W II Furr's. the helm five years and is consequentIt may often happen that snccesi in life. This being conceded barrel. ly almost a veteran as newspaper men In making ready for the press, t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strnnda In the very front ran- k- sell direct at reasonable prices. ' go. Stanford Journal. the high tide of the Kentucky river There is a corner to be filled Even the most vigorous and hearty Strawberry and Tree Catalogue? THE BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE An inch or two, say more or less. people nave at times a ij eling or weak- - j are the most fatal of LOUISVILLE, KY. on application to In such a case, witli copy short, ness and lassitude. Cuts, wounds, burns, sprains and To dispel this MullOY JJl&Duuud all diseases Seven experienced teachers, each one a spacialM In his line feeling take Herbine; it will impart ' Foley's Kidney Cure a guaranteed bruises quickly heal if you apply BalIt's handy just to have about Graduates of this college preferred by business bouses. Write for H. F. HILLENMEYER, giving testimonials from graduates occupying a beautiful-boo- k SHORTHAND, Some fellow who can write a verse remedy'or money refunded. vigor and vitality. Price. 50 cents. lard's Snow Liniment, Price, 25 cts. prominentpoaitions all over the United States It will be mailed Lexington, Ky. phone 279 TELEGRAPH . like this, to fiil the column out. to yop FREE. C. C. & J. E. Sttrmes. C. C. & J. E.' Stormes. lm and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm lm ,x Mosihs. am jaward Grow has a vefy sore hand from poison oak. N. T. Grow delivered corn at Hick- ozoni, iafej DANVILLE, KY. rl'our " (Pure Drip, Fin 9 wy&u&yi&wtjg i Toilez ame-bodie- Jlvti X. DUNN Apt e, Public ye:ir-oI- d 1 Mr.-Jess- e Pinc-Tar-H- 1 1 Black-smit- FIEEAMMAKIEE ni-j.- I)ru-'rls- 1 igts ' Pimm Ccm-eter- v. S iseases, , Oju-nlii;- ware-house- s. e, 32S Insurance Agency 557,000,000 J Dr. Otto's J Spruce Qum s ) Balsam. i I Insurance Sin a day A BUSINES ' :... BOOK-KEEPIN- E CUTAWAY FROCK IN BOTH It If i Great care was taken in Selecting our Spring Lines and we can now show you The Nobbiest, Most CLOTHiNfi, Up-To-D- ate and Best You ought to be particular when you buy a cutaway suit. This style of garment is meant to be dressy. It must have careful workmanship and tailoring. The graceful lines and perfect fit of our 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. SCHAFFNER MARX EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. II Froiiman I le Saturday April Bth. IMS DaoviSSe, ECentuckv. THREE-BUTTO- CUTAWAY Copyright, l&fl By Hart, Schaffner & Marx mass GUARANTEED CLOTHING. V. McC JOHNSTON, JOHN T. JOxilSTON. Jlfillinery 'Opening. IN MEMORIAM. Lovely Concert. On county court day, in Lancaster, A large audience heard the Schuberts at the Court House Saturday night. Mule Kobert CocUran, wlio Died N o one red yearling steer. Reward for its delivery or whereabouts. Having appeared here before, they are veniber T, 1898. J. C. Siler. great favorites with our people. The "We have received our Spring lady quartette is, undoubtely, the best were at Chichasha, My wife and I Would Work Anywhere. Goods and will have a on the road and their singing is di- Indian Territory, when the sad news A female Sam Jones is stirring up vine. Master Tommy Purcell, the of the death of little Robert Cochran she in We will have an Elaborate Display of Spring and Summer child violinist, captured the audience' came to me. "When I first read that Missouri. Recentlya man a sermon audi said: "There is in this A. Most Elegant line of Pattern Hats and and hisN marvelous playing elicited Robert Cochran was buried Tov. 8th, Millinerv. ence who is untrue to his wife: I am SATURDAY, APRIL 8th. reBonnets" will be shown and we extend a cordial invitation rounds of applause, as did also his so- - I could scarce believe it true, but- going to throw this hymn book at citations. Miss Mable Delaney's moment, I was imAll are cordially invited to come and when I reflected a to all. Remember the date, APRIL 8th. prano solo jvon many well merited pressea that life is only as a silver him." She raised the book to throw see our Lovely Hats, Pretty Trimcomplments. Her high notes were thread, which, when broken, leaves and all dodged but one poor man. She mings etc. 'Phone 85. especially fine. Lovie Zendt Purcell tne D0jy to fall while the spirit takes blistered the dodgers and lauded the is blessed with the sweetest contralto its fligllt to the God who gave it, to be one true man. It was afterward learn. ed that he was deaf and dumb. Ex. voice our people have ever had the with Him forever more. Prof, and Mrs. Fox, of Louisville, pleasure of listening to. Her work in of The Bust's New IlellgNous Figure. have been visiting Prof, and Mrs. HAMmACK. the quartettes was greatly admired" Then while I sit in mediation the happy home as it The policy of the Ladles' Home Patterson, of the college. and her solo called forth prolonged - I8O9. G THURSDAY April I lived with them of the plajful Journal, in its religious department, Success to Tiik Recokd. an Mr. J. T. Vest and daughter, Miss applause. She sang aswhich enchore cheerful boy, with the other children seems to be always to engage the pen Betty Bell sold a cow and calf to always Br- "Robin Adair," a song Emma, of Jessamine, visited ins has been and will ever be a sweet fa- - of the household, making the home a of the man most immediately promi- "Newel McQuerry for .?:J5. other Mr. Alex "West" several days last vorite. Mr. Louis McPike's "Remarks delightful one but now, Oh! so still nent in the eves of the religious People are very backward about week. onMarriage,' and other selections were and cold in death, my eyes filled with world. Thusit has had the services their crops and not much plowing has parents who Herbert Harden, of Covington, has well received and made him a great tears of sympathy nfor the and bereav- - of Mr. Beecher, Doctor Talmagc, Doc been done yet. tor Parkhurst, Ian Maclaren, and now E. II. "Walker bought two work a favorite of the evening. Mr. McPikc I knew were very sick been in town this week. Herbert is Mrs. Alex "West lias beea expectations it will have those of Doctor Newell mules from a Griffin, near Paint Lick, nice young fellow and has many is certainlv well up in his line and his ed. The fond hopes and but lias recovered. immitatkms would cause a dog to of the parents for their boy's earthly Dwight Hillis, the new pastor of price $1.70 for the two. friends here. John Anderson, of Lincoln, was here laugh. Being a "K. P.," he met career is cut short, and they are left Plymouth church, in Brooklyn. DocJohn Ncwland took charge of the Miss Bettie Anderson has been at several of the order here and proved to mourn their loss, but an: tnej cio tor Hillis has given the Journal a se- black-smit- h a few days this week. shop at this place Saturhome for a few days. She will return not mourn as those who nave no nope, ries of articles upon which he had Architect Ryan made abusiness trip to Lexington with her sister, Mrs. "W. himself to be a thorough gentleman in far, through the veil of affliction the been working for over a year previous day and the work began at once to all way. Tiik Recokd, every like ritni in o.'irlv .Tfilm is :i mum Smith to Danville Tuesday. ...n. T. Browning. others who heard the Schuberts, ligiit 01 laitn came lorui, iur uenum; to his Eastern call, and the first of and tne custonicrs will follow him HalHe Ilamilton has returned loss is Heaven's gain, Miss "What is our tiiese articles win oe puonsnea in me wnere cver iie Mr. II. M. Smith and family will would be greatly pleased if they will from a Tisit to Louisville. put Lancaster on their route next for "Of such is the Kingdom of Heav- next issue of the magazine. The se-- 1 Ed(ie w:Ukerj we" !ire Ki;,d to report. arrive tins weeuirom ouniL'n.ut ;um season, when they win oe sure 01 re- en." The boy has died to live forever. ries is all connected in thought, and ; s much bettur JIe n;is na(1 a very FrcdFrisbie attended the hop at make this place their future home. reception in the new He might have lived to die forever. Is presents tne general subject 01 "J.ne jserious spe1 of fever.... Mrs. Chas. Danville Tuesday evening. "We are glad "P" has come back ceiving a warm Opera House. It is an organization not heaven more rich and real to the Secrets of a Happy Life." M urry is stm very sick supposed to be amongst us. Horace Herndon made a business composed of ladies and gentlemen who parents now, since they have a preMr. Thos. Austin was heart failure trip to Frankfort this week. Sunday's Louisville Djspatch printed give the cleanest and most hightoned cious jewel there? "Can I bring him About Farmers. canj11r on friends in this vicinity Eugenia Dun-la- entertainment of any traveling troupe back again? I shall go to him, but he Hon. "W. B. Meson has been confined a fair likeness of Miss are farming more intelli-- j day.... Squire Parsons little boy, daughter of Hon. "Wood G. Dun- - vc ever saw. shall not return to me." Sam'l 12:23. to his bed by illness this week. than ever before. They under-- ! ert, is very sick with Pneumonia lap, of Lexington, and niece of the ed(Rev.) J. A. Meehan. stand better how to prepare their fields Arch Pointer is improving slowly. . . . Miss Allie Arnold is at home for a Wcali ICyes Are Made Strong. itor of this paper. for planting; better how to cultivate A Sunday School was organized at from Midway school. few days Remarkable Kescue. 'Squire "W. II. Kinnaird, who has did vision made clear, styes removed for the best results, and better how to Good Hope Sunday. AVe would be and sister, Ida, of "WiTom Yantis been suffering froin'an attack of La and granulated lids or sore eyes of any Mrs. Micheal Curtain. Plainfleld, 111. sell their crops. The farmer is keep- - glad if parents would come and bring "West. nchester, are visiting Lillie V. Grippe, was able to be at his desk Mon- kind speedily and effectually cured by makes the statement, that she caught ing pace with the manufacturer in their children and take an interest in Misses Maud Ross, Miss Colson, of Virginia, is the day, but last night he suffered a relapse the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye cold, which settled on her lungs: she this respect, and it will not be long the good work salve. Its put up in tubes, and sold on was treated for a month by her family that he will accept what is offered for Hattie McQuerry and Lucy Lunceford guest of her aunt, Mrs. Yv'in. Moss. and now has pneumonia. a iruarantee at McRoberts Drug Store- physician, but grew worse. He told his products without question. He isited Mrs. Fado Parks last week Mrs. James Dilon has returned home Rev. Henry "N". Faulconcr was here lm her she was a hopelessvictiin of con- understands the situation too well to Jack Ilammack has treated his wife to from a visit to relatives in Stanford. Monday, but left immediately for sumption and that no medicine could let those who buy from him have all i nice sewing machine. A It eli earl ns Grunted. Grecnsburg, where he will hold a meet Mrs. D. M. Lackey has been spending ing. The Court Appeals has granted a cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. the say in marketing his products, and A TIMELY HINT. younger "The Parson", as his blood a few days with relatives in Richmond friends call him, is kept pretty busy rehearing in the case of the Town of King's New Discovery for Consump- this increased intelligence and busi- Ton should be wise and see that your put In is a rich and pure and yonr whole system mc use ui ui. Danville vs. The Boyle Fiscal Court. tion: she bought a bottle and to her ness shrewdness will work to his bene- ericcwy ueiwiujr uinuuiuu The Industrial and Social club met and is seldom at home. Powder. Then tou larlstedt's herself benefitted from fit to such an extent that the great will be free German Liver typhoid fever, colds "Wednesday with Miss Francis Collier. This suit, it will be remembered, was delight found from malaria, or. Larlstedt's uerman iiiver Mr. John M. Farra will accompany by the town in order to determine first dose. She continued its use and exodus from the farms to the city will and the isgrip. best medicine money can buy. Powder the Miss Mattie Sacre, of Stanford, is the railroad committee to 2iev York tiled whether or not it was the duty of the after takincr six bottles, found herself cease anu tne ticie oi population now For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Spruce the guest of her sister, Mrs. Douglas tomorrow. He understands all the county to keep in repair those portions sound and well: now does her own the other way. It is no longer a stigGum Balsam. Price 25c and sou Marct. points in the case probably better than of the freed turnpikes running into housework, and is as well as she ever ma to be called a farmer, and the boy a Bottle. For sale by Miss Annie ITammond has accepted anyone and will be a great help in the city. Judge Saufley ruled that was Free trial bottles of this Great who liyes on the farm is now as well R. E. McRoberts. . a position in Isoel sisters millinery cs stating the plan to the ollicials. his court could not compel the county Discovery at R. E. McRoberts Drug thought of as the one who studies for tablishment. to do anything with the roads, and the Store. Only 50 cents and 81.00 every i profession and lives in a city. AVlnte THE BEST OF THEM ALL II The Editor was in Lancaster Monlm hands and untanned cheeks are no guaranteed. Mr. W. O. Rigney and daughter, day, court day, where he met many town carried the case to the Courtof bottle longer looked upon as the certain Appeals. The higher court sustained Miss Lena, spent Friday and Saturday old friends and acquaintances, among badges of gentility, and the man who A Good Investment. Judge Saufley, but handed down no in Cincinnati. those we had not seen for,, the past opinion in the case. City Attorney In a letter to his sister, Mr. B. G. labors with his hands and supplements years were: Uncle Clabe ttONTHLYJVWAZINE Mr. and Mrs. E. Moritz, of St. Louis, twenty-tw- o Fox then asked for a rehearing, which Mullins writes from Bliss, Idaho, that that labor by using his brain to make Mo., have been with relatives in this Lear, Jesse Doty, "W. K., A. R. and was granted and arguments called for. he has recently disposed of a $25,000 it more effective occupies as high a James Denny and T. Currey, the grocity this week. County Attorney Harding and City interest in the M. C. & R. railroad and plaze in the affections of the public as Contains a complete novel In every num cer. Mt. Arernon Signal. ber, in aaumou ton inrge quantity oi aseiui iVttorney Fox then asked for a rehear invested in another enterprise which any one. Farm News. Mr. "Walker and Miss Letitia Brown, and entertaining reading matter. Gov. Bkadlky arrived at Frank- ing, which was granted and arguments he would not give for a dozen invest of Lexington, have been visiting Miss JVo continued Rtortem. lehleh are ma THE SOUTHERN GIRL. ments like the one he had. The propobjectionable to moat reader. .Jennie Burnside. fort Sunday, from Mount Clemens, called for. County Attorney Harding and City erty consists of water rights covering She la tne ITIost Charming, Happy and It should be in every household. Sub Michigan, where he has spent the past Danville, has scription, $3.00 per year. Miss Lelia Bryant, of Blessed of Columbia's Daughters. three weeks in search of health. A Attorney Fox will argue the case be 75,000 acres of the finest land in the Agents wanted in every town, to whom returned home, after' a visit to the most liberal inducements will be offered. court at Frankfort at its Snake Galley for agriculture and dispatch says he is not much improv- fore the and friends here. Ia concluding an editorial Inspired byJ. B. LTPPINCOTT COMPANY. Pabllsbers. Appellate Judges Placer gold mines covering probably ed. He ought to come up and Jill his April term. The go to PHILADELPHIA. opinions 10,000 acres more in which thousands Southern girl's regret than she cannot Ladles' college. Edward Bok, in the Ap-Mrs. "William Jones and children, af-- lungs with good, pure Garrard county are said to be divided in their of dollars may be taken from a single Home Journal, has this to say of. the girls of G. Sweeney, have re air, and he would soon feel like a two-- in the matter. Danville Advocate. n visit to J. You Are Going North, s in the Southland: "The Southern girl is sur acre. He also has vear-olturned to Clark county. con Chamberlain' Couch Remecy. invetions for water rounded by a life far truer and moreliving terest in their than girls You Are Going South, duclve to This remedy is intended especially lifting, which are destined to revol in other sections, because social condition8 whooping utionize irrigation. MrMullins many are more normal. Her life is healthier for coughs, colds, croup, You Are Going East, coughs and influenza. Jt has become Kentucky friends trust his fondest because it Is saner, and her mind, by reason famous for its cures of these diseases, hopes will materialize and that success of it, Is "clearer and more constantly at rest You Are Going West: The rush of life on the North and West is not over a large part of the civilized world will crown his ventures. so stimulating as many Southern girls sup most flittering testimonials have The pose. On the contrary, it wears Women out PURCHASC TICKETS VIA TMC as often as it developer them. In no part of been received, giving accounts of its Working Night ami Day. Celery country do women look younger at matnr. good works; of the aggravating and The busiest and mightiest little our girl To persistent coughs it has cured; of severe thing ever was made is Dr. King'sNew ity thau in the South. in a the Southern she profusion as too. Nature blooms colds that have yielded promptly to its Life Pills. Every pill is a history which d doe nowhere else. The natural smoothing effects, and of the danger globule of health,that changes weak the Northern girl must get out of books, the croup it has cured' often ness into strength, listlessness into Southern girl gets direct from Nature's own ous attacks of hand. She is born of a soil as rich and col saving the life of the child. The exten energy, brain-fa- g LOUISVILLE 4 NftSHVUlC B. R. into mental power. orful in romantic history as is the iteture sive use pf it for whooping cough has They're wonderful in building up the cf Spain. This she received as a natural shown that it robs that disease of all health. Only 25c per box., Sold by heritage. Her parents are, and her ancestors were, among the bett types of American dangerous consequences. It is espe- B. E. McRoberts. chivalry ond American womanhood. She The Maximum cially prized by mothers for their chil Safety, hB. hnl one laniraaee spoken, and that is an dren, as is never fails to effect a speedy Is the The NIcholasville Democrat says R. her own. If there French, Introduction of two with these and The Maximum cure, and because they have found that A. Dodd, of Wilmore, than whom other tongue it Is Speed, rid over and never be a she can travel there is not toe least danger in giving there is not a better stock trader in disadvantage. tne w.religion which she at, The Comfort, The Maximum it, even to babies, as it contains noth- the county, nor one better informed, from her mother ia the highest and best be ing injurious. Sold by R. E. McRob-p.rt- s says there is more cholera among hogs cause It is untainted withmodern 'revelations lm in this and Woodford county than he The truest friend and safest teacher in Rates, Drucrizist. The Minimum Best spring medicine. highest living' a girl can have is her mother, It makes the weak strong. ever knew before. He gHes it as his and in the South mothers have a way of find' A Li's for 50c. We sell and recommend it, opinion that genuine cholera in hogs ing time for their danghters.and being com' Sates, Time and alt ether lafixsaatioa win Many people have been cured of Kid cannot be cured but a great deal of it cantons to them. The Southern father is be cheerfuliy furnished by 50c bottle of ney Diseases by taking a fond of his children.' and proves It by his be prevented by using proper C P. ATHORK, . Foley's Kidney Cure. C. C. & J. E. might presence at the domeBtlo'hearth alter bis day': judgment, - 1 uemwnuM,X Or by baiinen Mover." lm care and Stormes. . Bill. JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors, LANCASTER, KY. ap-7-- lt Grand Opening, KOEL SISTERS. Sallic Tillett. CENTRAL RECORD. VANDERBILT. Rv old Drennon and out of a Gray Easla mare: 1(5 hands birh and has proved himself a (rood breeder. He is known as the Oallaway horse of Madison. He will make the present season of JSiili at my old home place i mile from Fall Lick pike and 11 miles from I'oint Leave!! at 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mnnnv rfiiA when the fact is ascer tained or mare parted with. Lein remoney. IPE$SOHfflU.i heart-broke- ......... tained on colt for season "Will also stand the line Jack, WALTER at same place and terms. He is 15 hands high aim proven niniscu a guou breeder. V. L. LAWSON, Lancaster, Ky. I I rs Rob-gent- NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rig s on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. RICE BENGE W. H. HOSHAL & C0.3 Commission Merchants, Gattie.H , ogs.Sheep 1 UNION STOCK YARDS, LIPPINCOTT'S - - - CINCINNATI, O. I in format ion rega rd i ng i ve stock cheer-fullfurnished. Consign your stock di rect to us. 'Phone 7346 THIS rela-Xiv- L CAPITAL tioe,ooo.oo j. BANK J SURPLUS. j2O.OOO.0t. il tr d. three-fourth- -- OF See our Paine's If If If LANCASTER, &tfyp& JLY. Beautiful Line OP A. R.Denny. President. Jno. E. Stormis, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. S.C.Dennt, Assistant Cash'r. J.P.Bobinsoh. Ass't J, sugar-coate- Compound ' R. T. Embbt Sara I.O.Cochran, Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS DIRECTORS Strength. lea-u- g BjstOuality. LowPrices of of of of Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson, Jno. E Stormes. KMGHTS OF PVTHtAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Kniglst meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-ilin- g Knights are fraternally invit Ed Bishop, C. C. ed. J. S. Hassidsn, K.R.&S- of Pythias, R. E. M ROBERTS. a!P' - we still have sizes in most everything, The iiave far surpassed our fondest expectations, but We have "jSO FAIRS laABIES OXFORBS AT ONCE before your size is sold. ales Increase Dailv. If you want some of these Never-Before-Heard-- Bargains COME rane-ine-i- Tvifrnrn 7Knr fn q nn txtt-- nfri 9. We have -- HUAS THSSS PRICES Ladies' Dongola Kid French " " " Satin Calf Kangaroo French Calf Willow " Vici Kid Shoe at 90ets. '.- Mens' " 1.00 " "1.60 " " 2.10 Shoe "1.00 93 former price $1.25 1.50 2.50 3.00 1.50 We Still Have a Nice Una of Furnisliing Goods and TBS . "1.25 "1.60 2.00 2.50 3.25 3.50 " 2.25 all sizes and colors, cheaper than you ever bought them before, "2.50 "2 50 " 3.50 3.50 5.00 WE HAVE THE ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLORS. We will continue to take measures for .Suits until the stock is closed out. - 8 as: E i2 bj 6i j q t". ij Ninety per cent, of all sickness is caused by fcod not being properly digested, it creates poisons and poos into your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder and watch the results. You will feel the good effects after taking- one dose. Give it a trial and be convinced. Price 25c. DIGEST YOUR FOOD. WAR AGAINST WHISKY TRUST. Judgo C'antrill, of the State Fiscal Court, l Jury to Indict Instructs the All Trusts la tho District. April 5. In the ll state fiscal court Tuesday Judge directed the attention of the ' grand jury to trusts, and instructed it to indict all such concerns operating in this district. The instruction was meant particularly to start a war against the whisky combination, recentlj-- put through in tho re- organization of the Kentucky Distillery and Warehouse Co., which bought up nearly all the Kentucky distilleries including many in this im-mediate sect on. This county started the war on the insurance trust last fall which resulted in penalties being ira- posed against 80 odd companies, sev- - . eral.of which have left this section and threaten to leave the state if prosecutions are not dropped. Ky.. Can-trij A Physician-- ? Can Prescribe 0 as5fcJi&i VV si 6? fci $3 W N HEN mrM Dr. Otto's Spruco Gum Ealsam Cures Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. For sale by Fhaxkfokt, Eyllf rt-- Dr. Otto's of pure corn meal, the cob giving mcie bulk and rendering it easier of digestion. All food should be ground to get the best icsults. It pays the S. ensil In every mnde S. FroinplSy OeoGlies the Sees di'inon? trales test superiority S.over other l:;;n:er to have his own feed grinder, ita and save the hauling to mill and the blood remedies. It limtters not horc obtoll. case, nor what other treatthe of all BlGQd Diseases aim stinate or remedies have failed, S. S. S. Reet sugar is gaining in favor over ment cane. A few vears ago sugar irom always promptly reaches and cures any cane was almost the only kind used. is in the nearly ow beet sugar the, pro- Cures tiie Worst Gases. disease herowho blood had any way involved. h.13 Everyone experience with port ion of "0 peris cent, asincompared blo(vl diseases knows that there are no he cane. 1 1 is oven asserted by or troubles so obstinate nr.ti difiiculc to cure. Very few remedies claim v.iilit supposed to know the facts that blood diseases as S. S. S. cures, and none can those to cure such real, own- offer such incontrovertible eviJeneeof merit. S S. S. is not merely a tonic it England and Holland aiinougn uiien sugar lsianus in down to the very seat of all blood diseases, and gets at the mir targe cane is a cure! It cultiva founl:;t :cn of the very vo: st case, and routs the poison from the system. It does colonies" are encouraging the as more home r.!t. like other remedies, dry up the poison and hide it from view temporarily, tion of sugar beets at sugar factories beet THOROUGHBRiD YEARLINGS. only to breik forth aijain more violently than ever; S. S. S. forces out every profitable. Xew will be erected this summer in the tn::v of tr.irit, ar.d rids the stesn of it forever. states that uivea county for the su Kightecn of Thorn, Purchased by TV. C v. j.ee, Montgomery, Ala., writes: "aome years ?.Irs. T. gar, but there will be none in Indiana. W liltney, Arriteil at the La lltllo 5.po I was inoculated with poison by a. nurse who infected Our legislature could not, see me wismy babe with blood taint. I was eocred with sores and Farm, Lexington, Ky. dom of granting encouragement to the ulcers from head to foot, and in my great extremity I prayed industry. physicians treated me, but all to die. several prominent Lexington, Ky., April 2. Eighteen The mercury and potash which they to no purposethoroughbred yearling colts by Imp. QUEEN & CRESCENT. gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful llamc which was Meddler, purchased hy W. C. Whitney devouring me. I was advised by friends who had seen Loiv Kates. from the Forbes estate, arrived Friday wonderful cures made by it. to try Swift's Specific. I im e medicine eeemed to go direct proved fmm the start. "National Convention Union Reform night and were taken to La Belle stud. Part v of Ohio. Cincinnati, O., March Mr. Whitney has purchased from John lS'Ji). bottles cured me completely." Swift's Specific I, E. .Madden the famous brood mare Annual Convention National Ameri- Imp. Jloore, by Pulct, dam Queen of can "Woman's Suffrage Association, (irand llapids, Mich.. April 27, to May of Cypress, and dam of five successive is the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no winners. She is now at La Belle. 1SD9. mercury, otah, arsenic, or any other mineral or chemical. It never fails to 5, Frank 15. Harper, of Woodford, has Ns't ional Society Sons of the Americure Cancer, Kczem::. Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, can Revolution, Detroit, Mich, May 1, sold to W. II. Clark, of New York, at a Tor tor, Roils, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. 1S'.!9. by Imp. high price, three Vuluablo books mRiled free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, G.t. American Library Association Con- Eossington. ISM. vention, Atlanta. tJa.. May CONSUMPTION CURED. ial kind of salt in nuts which is espec Annual Encampment G. A R. of Dr. Otto's Sprnca Gum Balsam will cure any Fally good for softening tiie muscles of Tennessee. Rockwood. Tenn.. May 10, case of consumption if taken in time. Con a slight conph or cold. sumption starts the arteries and elderly people who II, 1!) ?. Eroin points in Tennessee. This is where consumption pets its start and if you will use Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam, su!Ter from the stiffening of these mus-ma will cure the" cooc'i. heal the lnnirs andV. earn of Ncwspape. , are especially benefitted by eating throat and avoid the most dreaded of all diis sp.Titling alMtut 2(H).(K)0:i 51 xic consumption. Delay in Tho editor nf tho Cohmibia Herald sjht'eonu ra.y cost vouyourl attending to a nuts. fe. Lartreeize - il!S ycr.r .or UnilL-- States furniture. USUal Sensible and Clear ues. Price 25c and'SOc. For sale by Another great discovery has been TC. McHoberts. Oliver Chill IM w Company is made, and that too by a lady in this st vie. has the following to say of II. errors in newspapers: "There was oiierI ths few conip:iie:; of the kind country." Disease fastened ltsclutches never an errorless newspaper any A l ire In tho Stiite Prison. tru-- t. tlsnt h:is nut goae into Ll2 plow ubon her and for seven years she with more than there is anywhere an Fraxkfokt, Ky., April 1. Fire man. Newspapers arc the U mow tin principal coffee stood its severest tests, but her vital of compositors, corresr.on- - broke out in the laundry department country of the world. In organs were undermined and death creationcontributors, I rwhtc'nir editors each of at the state prison at 4 o'clock, which dcits. 3 IX!).', Ui- crop was estimated at seemed imminent. For three months uhun is human and therefore liable destroyed hundreds of suits of conb.igs. she coughed incessantly, and could not to err. Mistakes are in newspapeis victs' clothing, underclothing and bedSometimes ding. A disastrous coulktgration seemTo bo bound hand and foot for years sleep. She finally discovered a way to through jnisinformation. some by the chains of disease is the worst recover, by purchasing of us a bottle thovarcthe result of laziness, times of carelessness, sometimes of ed imminent at one time, and the enslavery. George D. "Williams, of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- wrong liuorination given ny supposedly tire day force of guards was called out form of of Manchester,' Mieh. tells how such a sumption, and was so much relieved on reliable persons. Sometimes unfair in consequence, but the lire was exMy taking first dose, that she slcdt all impressions are given through exag tinguished before commuuicating to slave was made free. He says: a adjacent buildings. lact. wife has been so helpless for live night: and with two dottles, has been gerations oiguilty of JSot ottcn is newspaper deliberate years that she could not turn over in absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. New State Haul:. bed alone. After using two bottles of Luther Lutz." Thus writes w. c. Kam-nic- k Newspaper errors arc sometimes ty FitAXKFOitT, Ky., April :!. The Farm55111 ers. .she is wonderfully imC. Trial bot- pographical. Type is as perverse as si & Co.. of Shelby, X. Elects ic ers' deposit bank of Wheatley, Owen proved and able to to her own work." tle freeat.lt. E. McRoberts Drugstore. spoiled child and will make the mo. t ntrociousblundeiY. Even the most care county, has filed articles of incorporadis-e- a Regular size o0c and $1.00. This supreme remedy for female can tion in the office of the secretary of ful and conscientious es quickly cures nervousness, There seems to be a difference in not iind them sill. Had writing leads state here. The capital stock of the inmelancholy, headache, back- figures. Some claim it cost i one and to some errors. Not every one who stitution is fixed at 15,000, divided into ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This one half cents per pound to raise pork, writes for a newspaper writes legibly 150 shares. The chief stockholders arc is a godsend while others claim it costs 7 cents. all the time. In fsict there is more J. W. Vallandingham, of Leitchfield; mitaclc working medicine bad writing conies into a newspaper to weak, sickly, run down people. We would like to have some of our oliice than anywhere under the rising R. II. Alexander, W. T. Jones and Alice Every bottle guaranteed. Only ",0 c. feeders to give their costs of produc- sun. The compositor, the man or Smith, of Louisville, and Vallandingwoman who sets the type, is some ham & Gentry, of Owen county. Said by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. 1m tion. times at fault. These folks are fallible As a food for the stock, the Agricul- like the rest of us. Tiie gelding is .is unproductive as a Solid for Pllcher. newspaper, into the creation of bicycle, and but oats his way up, while tural Department thinks sweet pota, Ky., April 5. Jesa- anu raise toes should be extensively grown in which so many hands enter, will occa- - mine's seven delegates to the Second the mare will do her work sioimlly, like great Homer, nod. The her colt every year. In the mare there .regions adapted to mem. xne timers marvel is that, under all the circum district railroad convention were inis proiit, there is none in th'j gelding. have been successfully fed to horses, stances the mistakes should be so few structed Monday to vote for T. F. Pil- cher, of this county; first, last and all With our twenty millions of horses cattle and hogs. Hogs can be used to and unimportant. the time. The delegates named are all we can not m?et the export demand ! best advantage with root crops lor Kunning Tor Ofllccs. Hardin men. Filcher claims that he We have not enough of the right kind- - they can do their own digging, Sentinel-DemocrThe Mt. not enough even to meet the; if you sire interested in" hoises, you has found aSterling gives his experi will be able to organize the conven man who home trade. The fact will be more;shouia subscribe for the American ence while running for an oliice which tion! and is confident of winning, coming summer. did not win by a large majority. He evident the i Stock Farm, Lexington, Ky. The lu Engagement Announced. Horses are cheap in Australia be- price is $2.00 per year, but you can B- submitted the following account of Lexington, Ky., April 5. It is anex lenses: ecause none of them are under roof ; cure it 'from now until January 1, l'JCO Lost 4 months and 33 days canvass- nounced that John J. Luby, of this from birth to breaking, and they gets for Sl.OO, if you will mention this pa- - ing, liMD hours thinking about the city, first grand vice president of the election, 5 acres of wheat, 2 whole Young Men's institute of the Kentucky mariJOLf nothing to eat but the grass they pick per when writing. crops or sweet potatoes, 4 sheep, up. Eighty per cent, of them a:e; The experiment sUtkns declare shoats and 1 beer given to barbecue, f jurisdiction, and Miss Julia Carroll, 2 used for the saddle and light haulms, that 100 pound of ground corn and iiont teeth and ;i considerable amount sister of Mr. James Carroll, of Clevespec-- j cob meal go just as far as 100 pounds of hair in a personal skirmish, gave !S7 land, 0., will be married in this city It is mated that there is a plugs of tobacco, 7 Sunday April 10. 2 pairs of suspenders, 4 calico A Bourbon County Itankrupt. 7 dollars, and 13 baby rsittlers, dresses, ASTHMA. COUCHS. told 288!) lies, shook hands 23,47(1 times Frankfort, Ky., April S. A volunFoley's Honey end Donot neglect a Consh talked enough to have made in print tary petition in bankruptcy has been TarlscunrantoedtOEHC 3rC0ld.nsdc.lc7a creof- 1000 large volumes size of patent oflice filed in the office of the United States promrt relief In all uc endanccrons. Foley's reports, lcissed 12(5 babies, kindled 13 ofAnhma. Do not elm Honey and T aria d circuit court here by Samuel S. Bell, kitchen fires, cut 0 cords of wood thli with oilier medicine ileasnnt. Bate and sure that has failed to cire shocks of fodder, helped shuck of Bourbon county. His liabilities are eure. Contains no opiaterou relief. (riven in at S946, with no available' ( wagon loads of corn, dug 14 bushels and iscaurantocd. of potatoes, toted '27 buckets of water, assets. LA CRIPPE. CONSUMPTIOH. .put up 7 stoves, wsis dog bit 3 times, If you have had the Grip Foley's Honey Ond ' To Bo Submitted to Popular Vote. watch broken by baby, $3 to repair, you probchly noed a roTar does not hold cut Lexington, Ky., April 4. A 550,000 loaned 3 barrels of flour, 2 bushels of liable majdlclno lite Fo- falsa hppe8 in advanced ley's Honey and Tar 6taces. but claims to give meat, joo pouuu.t 01 oucou, at puuuus bond issue to build main sewers in this reUof In tho very worst to Ucal your lungs nnd of butter, 32 dozen of eggs, 2umbrelas, city will be presented to the general stop tho racking cocci can, nnd In early staces 12 lead pencils, 1 Bible dictionary, 1 subIncidental to this di63acc tocSoctacore. mowing blade, 2 hoes, 1 overcoat, 2 council and will probably laterbe boxes of paper- collars, none of which mitted to popular vote. .PNEUMONIA. CROUP. have been returned. Called my oppo Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Att-: Thousands of Infants Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam. nent a perambulating liar, doctoi 's mnT,Kich.,iy "I hare and children dlo yearly A bill. $10. Had ,live arguments with my namphysician can- - prescribe Dr. Otto's Spruco used Folcy'3 Honey of Croup, every one of on The r j ..i... x wwei- vasu aiiiusucu,!? Cures.BalsamCoaffh la ormuia isV.rrine pacirairc. nnd Tar in three very hese Innocents could n1a,einl tn your. aday. kevoro cases of Pnootno- aavoboonsavedaadFo- broom handle bKlkcn, 1 dish Of hash take. CUldrcncry for it. Large size bottles. nla tho past month, with Icy'a Honey ond Tar Price 35c and Soc knocked-of'table. 1 shirt bosom ruin- good results." jeenciveathcraliUiQe. Beautiful Complexisn Usa Dr. ed, 2 hands full of whiskers pulled out, Far 10 centu- - worth of sticking plaster CarMrtaaVaGarmaii Liver Pawner. . bought. Besides spending $1,808. E, E. McRoberts. 1 deep-seate- 0 gggs II. E. Ma Roberts- - Spruce Gum ft; r- - j " - ' .CUn - 'i Balsam. Formula on each package. CU2ES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY & & & & & Price, 25 k New Discover CURES JAMES F, BALiiJiD, ihc Certain Cure of EXTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. fc:1 & 50c. WHERE Tusr.s, by ALL OTHERS 3S0 1 Mais., 75 Centg; Bottlzs, 1AV5I CO FAILED. Cents. ST. LGL'IS. KO. Sola Prajn'eSir, R .E. McRoberts. TaiiKlcil fisra Sals Sii33f, Ky., April 1. David Torian, aged U0, 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 Stauf t, a planter, fell from a wagon Thursday morning, and being caught in a wheel, received internal fatal injuries. Hcfkinsville, In the Lines. mo srcr.Z roicctl? lor prostratica anJ ail di xasos o: tho renerstivo orwiaso! w'her cps, such as Norvous Imrornoy. Kihtly Emi.cns, Vr.u.hlul Errors. Me-t- al VwrSicsffiS? of 'i'cccaorOr-iua- . v.hL . lnd to Cj'ist-nntio- n aaU Iiisanitr. AVlth ever? AFTER USING. g orJcrt70marantrtocurc or ' boxes for s5.oo. mi. Ci3i:3i3ci rY! teri j M fctl Ids MO isf i.i:,.r,pv.,?i' Fraxkfout, FO THE boatd of equalization Friday raised the assessment of lands in Fulton county 10 per cent, and decreased the value of town lots S per cent. The Clay county assessment of both landsand town lots was unchanged. Kiiltticents at Lexington. Lexington, Ky., April i. During March 302 recruits to the United States army were unlisted by Lieut. Johstoc in this citv. Xcw Keutucky I'ost OIKre. "Wasuixotox. April 5. A post oflice has been established at Ulevins, Elliott count3, Ky., with Thomas "W. Ulevins as postmaster. Hero's l!ody ut Home. Lkxixotox, Ky., April 4. The body of Marshall Cole, a member of Louisville Legion, who died in Porto Kico, arrived here Monday, and will bi buried in Lexington cemetery Tuesday. Franchise Sold for S'iS. Land Assessment Changed. Ky., April 2. The state sorrs McRoberts' Drug Store. cl.-r- i 111- Te T.OWJ,-00- Call and ses tliis Celebrated Wagon at Paducah. Ky., April 3. The city Saturday sold a street car franchise to the Paducah Railway and Light Co. for The franciiise is for 20 years, and consolidates all the local street railways and private electrical plants. 5. It fully Warranted and Excels all others. proof-resid- sleep-le;s:r.'.- Leijaxox, the mass convention here Monday Marion county instructed for McChord for railroad commissioner. A majority of the dele gates selected were Gocbel men, although this county is supposed to be largely for Hardin for governor. A Gocbel Victory. Ky., April 5. At All Kinds F arm Mucliinery Always onllaud CT. IB. IH3 -- yT, PAINT LIOK. 1 Xiciior-ASViLLE- Mothers! rpms L forts and X i dancers of child-birt- h can be almost tirely avoided.,. S fv mmm boogies bogkboards discotn- - at Wi tie o f Cardni--rel ieves ex- XL Rubber Tires pectant moth ers. It gives tmt Repairing ui Ell Kinds. -, organs, and tliptTi in condition to do their work perfectly. That make3 pregnancy les3 painful, shortens labor and hastens recovery after child-birtIt help3 a woman bear strong healthy children. Be on the Safe Side a i schcol-Oook- s, MSEUIE'J 13 has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years. A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a darl ing baby. No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble. It cures nine cases out often. All druggists sell Wine of Cardui. $1.00 per bottle. For advice In cases requiring special directions, address, rivine symptoms, the "Ladies' Advisory Department,'1 a, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Tenn. Mrs. LOUISA RALE, and pull-edyl- - Insure your Tobacco. Office, National Bank R. KINNIARD MOTT'S s. 11 f of JcOetton, Ga.( szys: "When I first took Wine of Cardui we hid been married three years, but could not have any children. Mine saonuu later I had a fine girl baby." 5STORMES 3DJRXJO- STORE I of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure i.OO PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold by druggists. DB. SiOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. 1 X ness irregularity and 9 53 8 I ImIIII I 191 I 3 5 Jo aTil lfcBM- omissions, increase vi- or and banish "pains of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to fjirls aiding development rllll ri . McRoberts' Drug Store.