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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Matter 8 J ttnttn trotTENTH Y AR NUMB R LOUIS LANDRA f Publisber LANCASTER THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 8 1899 ONE M 1 x Try nnTT A n A V1 t R I Buckeye Churns are War anted Call and examine them J R HASELDBN 1 1 1 BEAZLEY BAUGHMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ely W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY JNOTHAYS JIIIAKILTOK JEROBINSON Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys and Counselers at Law LANCASTER KY s 1 f LOCAL HAPPENINGS l1UU1UU U j mmm JUJIUIUIIIUfUI1JIlJ1Uf11111J11 W Handsome Madras at Josephs Beautiful Dimities at Josephs Swimming in Dix river is fine now and the boys go almost every day Remember the Ladies Fair at Richmond tomorrow and The sidewalk ordinance is being complied with now and many new pavements are being put down Mattings and remnants of Carpet Very low to close out R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Bulldlac If you want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres cheap T CUBRKY please Be Ready s x I will be in Lancaster June 15th to collect my outstanding accounts Will expect a settlement from all who owe me MBS MOODY HARDEN OneHalf Rates to Buffalo New York Via the Queen Crescent June 12 and 13 with liberal return limits ac count Imperial Council Mystic Shrine Ask agent for particulars W C Ri nearson Genl Passenger Agent Hot The fellows who grumbled all win ter about cold weather are now kick ing equally as hard over the heat Get off the earth if you are not satisfied with it Theres no law compelling you to stay here Literary Note McCLuiiEs MAGAZINE for June contains a short story by Mr Kipling that derives a special interest from the fact that it seems to be reminis cent of Mr Kiplings own youthful a beginnings as a writer and editor It will be very fully illustrated by the English artist L RavenHill Judge Myers On the Bence Judge R A Burnside who has been ill for some time has gone to Dripping Springs to stay a couple of weeks hop fug to improve in health During his N Myers will warm the woolsack on the Judges bench Judge Myers will certainly treat fairly and if a fellow is guilty he will not slip through the fingers of justice while clever Ike is on the bench Association Saturday Lots absenceSquirelke Igloo everyone H 0 I Pretty Hosiery at Joseph J See our pretty Crepons Prettiest Piques ever brought Lancaster at Joe Petty was again made night policeman by the Council Monday night Good Fancy Clover and Timothy sold and delivered anywhere in by G S Mosey to On good real estate For apply at THE RECORD office tf I will be in my office Thursday Friday Saturday of every week and on County Court day ELISA J LUSK Supt The Beton tieMarket Hoosier Corn Planters Brown Cul tivators Johnston Roller Disc Harrows Deering Binders Mow G S Ne MeeSlBg Yet As Dr Lapsley McKee will be engaged the meeting at Presbyterian church will not be held for some time yet Due notice will be given when it is decided to begin Time DntwlBg pile Only a short time July 4th the time set to give the big cooking range at Josephs This range has much attention Come You may See it our window Joseph Base Ball The little boys base ball team came down from Richmond Saturday played a splendid game with the Lancaster nine the latter winning by score of 7 to 5 The Richmond boys were perfect gentlemen and showed by their conduct they had been trained up in tie way they should go Good Record Passenger train No 4 on the C and- O which leaves Lexington at 1130 A arrivtdat WashingtonCity every day last month exactly on time If the train runs five minutes behind time It misses connection with the Congress ional Limited bettween Washington and New York Consequently the importance of good time on the C and is apparent This record has never been beaten S J JosePh Htown Lose particulars other- wIse attracted investigate J ph Gal anders GA away get t es and BARGAINS IN Ladies and Misses Slippers 75 pairs of odds and ends in Ladies and Misses Slippers at 50 75 and 100 in blacks and tans These Slippers range in price from 1 to 250 and are Great Bargains at the prices imentionedSee HOT WEATHER SHIRTS at 50cts and 1 White and Colored Silk Puff Bosom Shirts at and 150 Keep your head cool with one of our CRASH HATS See our SERGE COATS and VESTS at 350 4 Our CRASH SUITS will keep you cool Logan Robinson is 5 of ly us he a It the ute ed ed We 1 if f 450 of d in law the teai r- CYJG Jl Jb tCtiJCi t1C JGYJL1Jl YJ ir t kt= to j Parasols in all shades at I The cooking goes July 4th I See it at Josephs Fancy and Stripe Ginghams The K Ps will decorate the graves of their departed brethren Sunday week the 18th wm pay jo cents dozen for Eggs in goods R L Jennings Co PI I naau Late Cabbage Plants 20cts per GEO SMITH JR The ladies of the Baptist church have been requested to meet the pas tor at the church Friday afternoon at 3 oclock All members are requested to be present See that nice bed room suit Bed over six feet high French beveled glass 20x24 All solid oak for only 1325 K L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Mack Good Bone Fifteen new names were added to the rolls of the Lancaster Christian during the recent revival In addition to this much interest was awakened among the members Lancasters Crack Team crowd of Lancaster boys went to Stanford the other day each bearing in his bosom the beleif that he could play ball The Stanford boys kept tab until they were 150 more or less ahead of the Lancaster then quit counting Our boys should practice once or twice before trying to play another team A ValHt Licit Enterprise Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons used Its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge went Greasy Heel etc It is a written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented ap13 Hold Hold Haanford The Somerset Paragon says is claiming Miss Sadie Baughman winner of the first prize in the girls contest during the recent school Tour nament in that city Beg pardon Brer Hansford not care to pil fer any of Richmonds honor not standing the fact the pretty little Miss Baughman was born in Lancaster and lived here until a few years ago But we do claim that Lancasters little tenyearold entry Miss Edna Mason won the second prize over many others who were much older than she After Eat All The Richmond Register says The city Council at its recent meeting pas sed the following ordinance which a good Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Ky that 1 page 44 of city ordinances be amended so as to read That any street walker or able bodied man or woman who Is caught loitering within the city limits and is unable to show any proper means of support or that said person is engaged in the discharge of legitmate business shall be arrested by the city officers and upon tion shall be fined not less than five nor more than fifty dollars Of MIA Arnold Improving Mr Jno M Higginbotham returned Friday from Guthrie Oaklohma where he went to see his niece Miss Arnold who was shot by a burly brute an officer He says the girl was shot through and through near left shoulder blade Notwithstanding the severe shock she has stood the suf faring remarkable well She is rapid gaining strength and Mr H tells she will fully recover in a short time The fellow who did the shoot ing is an illiterate man and is hardly responsible At the examining trial was held to the circuit court The feeling against him is intense and he would certainly been roughly dealt with had not Mr Arnold and others relatives begged the crowd to wait and let the law take its course doThe Governor Side Gov Bradley when asked about that summons to appear as a witness at Chattanooga and the fight made against the Mountain City Club by the ministers said While I an not drinking man I am of opinion that ly would be eminently unfair torefuse Chattanooga the right to imbibe after a certain hour to all ministers officials and leading bus ness men of the place Invited the Gov ernorand his staff on the night of May 3 to witness the parade attend masked ball and a few were in club house In recogni any of the courtesy the invitations were accepted not knowing that any to was being violated or for a min supposing that leading citizens would Invite a violation While at club house only two persons enter One with an oath called for a cigar theother a took a whisky straight much to the disgust of our party who had content themselves with plain lemonade the did not know at the tune that either ofthese gentlemea was a min to to it Joseph Josephs We Paint Lick hundred Dresser 4 church theA InAdams who have It say Lancaster wedo section W Prominent sited to the don mild Rana g f per do agrega sol con mannered u s Lion don with vie man j j tt L hot i of the 4t up as to at cers not More has 1 this you next The but BUT city rious a ruin soon oppc Handsome Fans Josephs Democratic county convention June 17th I am standing a nice Jersey Bull The Ladles Aid Socieey will meet with Mrs J C Hemphill Saturday afternoon at 230 We handle the best buinder twine the Plymouth Price guaranteed R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick The usual crowd of loafing boys have located in the Park there to lounge til cold weather A big majority of the merchants want to close at 7 oclock during these days but a few will not catch step to the music The good people of Madison are nev er so happy as when entertaining their friends Go to the Ladles Fair and Saturday and if you are not delighted with the trip we will pay your expenses Cant Make It To Trustees It is very important that school trustees come in and qualify at once The limit oftime expires in a few days and I am compelled by law to appoint others ELISA J LUSK Notice Not having the time to collect them have left my accounts in the hands E Brown for collection All those indebted will please call at his office Police Court room and settle at once and save cost W H Lackey by E Brown agent Benocratle Speaking Hon P Wat will address the citizens of Garrard at the Court AULU oclock p M He will also speak at Paint Lick depot that night at 730 Everybody invited Do not make your verdict until you have heard all the testimony They NlBMuee A covey of little negroes lounge about the Public Square all day keep a racket and make themselves a general niusance It some poor devil should get drunk and make onetenth much noise as do these boys he would be made to break enough rock cover the Public Square County Convention A mass Convention of the Democrat of Garrard county is hereby celled to be held at theCourt House in Lancaster on Saturday June 17 1899 2 oclock to select six to the convention to be held at Louisville June 21st to nominate Democratic candidates for State offl G T FARRIS Chm Two Might Good Men e asked Hughes It he would submit to the many requests being made for him to run for the legisla ture and he said he certainly would not be a candidate There is a strong feeling for Capt Ike Dunn to run and his host of friends would certainly see him through safely is he were to con elude to shy his castor into the ring Recralta Wanted the The Recuting officer in Lexington just received instruction from the white men for Infantry Cavalry and Artillery services in the These men will be sent to San Francisco at once to connect Steam ship sailing the latter part of month Now is the chance to make a trip around the world This opportunity will only last a few days and men wanting to join should apply at the Becruting offices in Lex ington Ky or in Ashland Ky or in Somerset Ky at once Important 3 onle Meeting The meeting of the Masonic lodge Monday night will be a very im portent one and all brothers are urged be present Several petitions are be voted on and other matters of equal importance to be attended to lodge room is the place to yoursay and If you do not come comment upon what those present One member who attends regu larly Is worth a hundred who never come By the way at last meeting was determined that hereafter none affiliated Masons be permitted to enter It has been allowed as a courtesy for many years but is strict against the law Hereafter NONE THOSB AFFILIATED CAN ENTER Electric was te Lexington The project which Lexington capi on foot to connect that with all the surrounding towns by means of an electric trolley line is not meeting with universal approval by be means The merchants of the va towns are to it almost unit for they claim that it will trade diverting it all to to Lexington The opinion seems to ing prevail that with such a road In oper the towns so connected would j die a commercial death All stores would be forced to qultt business would be otherwise From what the Journarcan learn promoters will encounter strong when it is definitely deter mined to begin constroctionJef8a v to on Mr afc 1 Saturday cash m25tfj R L tomorrow Hardin House next Saturday the at two area Ic voters r x delegates Judge to enlist a number Philippine with forD talists have opposed their anon theto firmed JIQUmal ELg 1Pldllp stag tip 411t4 s uJ y tae Yin at er tic be ant is be not with can can and crowd from hereaboutsI ed the circus at Danville The Ladies Fair at morrow and Saturday will be the event of the season buckles fancy goods this week THOMPSON the Jeweler Liberal Reward We will pay a liberal price for a copy date January 6th We need this paper like the fel low in Texas wanted the pistol Closes Down The Pilgrimage Distillery has closed down for the summer This house is the cleanest and best managed we ev saw and we visited a great number while in the See the lovely Lawns at Josephs Pretty line of Slippers at Communion Services The Sacrament of the Lords supper will be celebrated at the Presbyterian church Sunday the 18th The usual preliminary services will be held on the Friday and Saturday nights pre vious Pair at Richmond The fair to be held at Richmond Friday and Saturday of week promises to eclipse anything of the kind ever held in Ken uckv it is given under the auspices of the Boones borough Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution and the good ladies are working with might and main to have every appointment Mrs S G H Chenault is pres ident Minerva Park secreta ry ar arefc Chenault treasurer and the following the Mesdames Thos Phelps J W Caper ton Edward Shelby and Howardr i mu given to needle work art and domes manufactures A good band will in attendance and two more pleas days could not be spent than atthis fair Garrard county people can leave here at 3 oclock A M have the entire day in our beautiful sister city and return at midnight Water Work The prospects are favorable for hay in Plenty of water to guard against fire reduce insurance improve the sanitary condition of the city and make home more pleasant in many The City Board of Council atits regular meeting Monday night agreed to advertise for bids for a franchise to establish waterworks Itestimated that forty plugs should used by the town at a cost of 50 each or 2000 per year It is also claimed that 25 cents on each 100 of taxable property will raise amount and the rate of taxation will then be beyond the limit Many taxpayers have petitioned the board to take action in this direction and themany advantages to be derived have caused the majority of the people to favor the move If we get the South ern railroad and have waterworks our city will be the end of a division and permanent growth and prosperity is assured THECITY COTJNCIfc an Important Meeting Mon dot Nlxkt and Transacts a Lot ofBusiness Mayor Kinnaird called to order the regular June meeting of the Council at 8 oclock Monday evening After a lot of minor matters had disposed of the committee appointee look into the water works question that they could do nothing knowing what the sys tern would cost The question was discussed at length and it was sug to advertise in the east and get in several firms not of course unless they know probable cost of the works whatterms be secured etc It was reported the workhouse prisoners were not locked up at night a committee was sent down investigate They found them safely behind the bars save one whom Benge was working at his stable which he had a perfect right to do Several parties asked to be released from building sidewalks but the Council refused saying it would not to compel some tobuild and excuse others Mr Romans and Capt Herndon said they meW of a firm that wanted locate a factory here for the leak of rubber tires and wanted to know If we had watervtbe general to eta The was ordered confer with the of the Club and answer the inquiries vote of 5 to 1 it was decided to retain Joe Petty as night watchman IiQQsvl on Page 8 1 end X Joseph A big Richmond to New line belt and f RECORD of revenueservicp this complete offered ways that City been reported without first I corresPondenceS to all right r atto Bya ore I 1 t otTtlE 6 vicepresid g secretary Commercial xL cups V FOR THE A T Lawns at Nice line of AND SUMMER CORSETS 25 35 50cts Ladies Gents SUMMER UNDERwEAR SPECIAL VALUES Slippers at 49 79 and 98ets One lot Ladies Shoes 79cts To Close LOGAN COMPANY I GO ODS HOT WfA TH fH PHI IE S 3 45 7 8 lOots Dimities Drganuies I anu Slippers t DRYGOODS 1 r N r VJ w tJ Joj5 C ii Y t ev r a 1 J CENTRAL RECORD XVGCY WEEK BY Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY LOUIS LAYDRAlf WU81 ONI YKAK IN AIWANCX JlOO s x MONTHS W- THUES 25 THURSDAY June 8 1809 WE had something to say recently about Sunday Only religion There i also another form of mockery al most as bad and it is the Big Meet 11 kind Let a protracted meeting be held and the same ones who have confessed on every similar occasion for the past forty years will rush to the front to have patched the rents in his pants caused from backslid ing Ve know some fellows who have had such patching done until it looks like they had a wire their breeches It is a solemn fact that whenever there is a revival in a neighborhood money is apt to bu sent to the conscience fund of the United States Treasury It is a standing joke in the conscience fund that whenever remittances be gin to come from a certain communi ty it is proof that a revival is in progress We wouldnt give one of the oldfashioned quiet unassuming biblereading Christians for all the mousetrack protracted meeting frauds you could crowd between the four points of the compass TV GKEVT hurrah has been kicked up over the army canteen If abolition of the canteen would stop drinking among the enlisted men army would be unanimous in favor of stop ping the sale of drink at Government posts The practical dilllculty is that the abolition of the canteen does not stop the sale of drinks It drives the men to other places to drink beer under proper supervision in canteens may be a serious evil but drinking whisky from bottles and at disreputable saloons near posts is a bigger nuisance from a military So far as the recent canteen law it was unquestionably weak It did not accomplish what it intended A WASHINGTON dispatch to a New York paper says that a relative of Dewey has assured the of tha subscription that the Ad mi nil will accept the proposed gift of a home If the hero doe accept the money it will lower him in many estimation He is wealthy to begin with beside will have a hand some salary when he is retired from active duty TuiiEE military companies are on duty in Clay county this state pre serving order for a term of court The best plan would be to let the members of the feud kill out each other then the officers would have no trouble in preserving order SPAIN has ceded a big groupe of to Germany The latter has been legging for Spain all along and her hostile feeling toward Uncle Sam was manifested several times Had it not been for Deweys grit we believe the German ships would have taken a shot or so at our men in Manila Bay at Louisville the other day department bin Drinking standpoint Admiral promoters peoples islands OWN bustle office r n Paines Cep Compound Gives Strength Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it Sve saw a picture of a pipe valued at 5S tls owned by Owen Bruner of Lower Merlon Pa The pipe is made of silver and gold and ornamented with three diamonds We wouldnt give three whiffs from our old county cob for a tenacre lot full like Victims to stomachliver and kidney troubles as well as women and all fee the result in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness head ache and tired listess run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J VV Gardner Tdaville Ind ITe says Electric Bitters thing for a man when he is all and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than thing I could take I can now eat anything and new lease on life Only cents at B E McRoberts Drug Store Every butte guaran teed liu GOOD LETTER From Rev F HI Hill Now Pastor ol maLt Street Methodist Church DEAlt REcoRD We feel so thankful for the splendid impression and the eminent success made by the representatives of Lancaster Graded School during the Tournament here last week that we cannot resist tje temptation to write you We will give you a list of those who won prizes viz Olivia Sweeney Mary Thompson Edna Ma suit Willie West Marshall Tames Anderson The last name mentioned won four pries The from all the schools wcjjt from the depot to the Main street dist chuvch from which they were as signed their lioiucs There was a large delegation from Lancaster and we arc glad to say they made a good impression We have heard many kind words concerning the pupils and their teachers They cams for labored hard acquitted them selves well and crowned Lancaster with glory It privilege to have Profs Patterson and Postle as our guests We rejoiced when Prof Postles services as a teacher were secured by the Trustees of your school lie is certainly a good man for the position he occupies We had never met Prof Patterson before had heard the Superintendent of our Graded School speak very favorably of him and his qualifications as a as a man of affairs read the many good things THE RECORD has said of him and his coworkers we expected to see a man a Christian and expectations were fully met Quite a number of Somersets leading citizens as well as many visitors from the different schools were heard to make such statements as the follow big I just like to look at Prof Pat terson of Lancaster did you ever see a man so enthusiastic for the success of his pupils c No teachers could Red Hot From the nUll Was the ball that hit G B of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horible Ulcers that no helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth ijc a box Cure guaranteed Sold by 11 E McPiobsrts Druggist I d it Ilraee lien ran lust rundown haves fiU liflmret Ky visitors something was our esteemed teacher scholara Stead treatment Garla t at Den Met our ly sill our Beautiful Line Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Best Quality Low Prices See iJ OFI I TSITT CAN SELL YOU Paint Tintings Cheapar than any Haj33 in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced TS srrOUT DAN TILLE Wall H1E SOBER LILLORD S A BUSINESS EDUCATION 7s absolutely necessary o the young man young woman who would winor success In life This being conceded t is or first Importance to get your training ajthe school that strands Jin the very front rank THE BltYANT STBJirTON BUSINESS COLLEGE liOUISyiLLE KY zr y HOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND L TELEGRAPHY f Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in hisJraduntcd houses Writea beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying proiniuciit over the Untied States it will fort d you FREE F to HAS NATURE WARNED YftUr Satnre tercel clad In the early 3 of ising the despondent vibrate to the of 3 haw do yon feel HaVc that f the forerunner of Chills Malaria and T If so yon must not ass tins earning It in of Sickness consult us as our advice costs you nothing Call on your druggist and procure X of Dr Carlstedts Liver Powder Take one dose a day at bed titwe for six then follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic following the directions and after two weeks course of these two creat remedies you Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season when is full of germs If necessary and when your system warns you above These Remedies in stock and sold by I RE MoRoberts have manifested greater interest in the welfare and the success of their pupils than did the teachers of I must congratulate dear old rard county on her noblo and intelli gent sons and daughters Lancaster on having such an excellent principal at of the Graded School also his splendid coworkers the Trustess deserve special thanks THE CENTRAL RECORD should not be left out by any means If the citizens of Lancaster dont ay preciate their school and THE REC OUD it is because they dont Know what good things sire when they have them But we venture to say that those who aro Interested In Lancaster do appreciate them Dear old Lancaster I rejoice with you in all cf your successes and pray that our Heavenly Father may to favor you with Ilis richest blessings My heart warms and with gratitude when I think of how nobly the citizens of Garrard stood by me during my efforts to build up the cause of Christ I shall never forget you Cordially and thankfully yours F M HIM A sallow jaundiced skin is a of disordered liver as it springs from biliary poisons retained in the blood which destroys energy strength vigor happiness and life HERBINB will restore the natural of the liver Price 50 cts C C Ss J E Stormes Sweeney Sweeney Morgan bought of W II Brown a bunch of hogs Dr Acton and wife of Lancaster and Master Carl spent Sunday with relatives at Sweeney Mrs Allen Traylor and little and Miss Mary Ashlock of Lincoln visited relatives in this vicinity Fri day and attended the school enter tainment at Beazleys school house Mr and Mrs George Iliatt of Mount Vernon spent several days with at Sweeney Your correspond ent closed a very successful term of school at Beazleys school house afternoon The large crowd in attendance were delightfully by the pupils with music and recitations DeWitts Little Early Risers acts faultless pill should cleansing and reviving the system instead of They are mild and sure small and pleasant to take and entirely free from objectionable drugs They assist rattler than 1m Stormes Drug Store Hot Hotter Hottest We think that Sol has turned over some of the rocks on Sweet wa ter are so hot we have to turn them over before we can sit down Mr Editor we asked you if you lik ed fish and you remain mum as an oyster We might set em up if you like em Anything in the eating line hits us in a tender Erasmus Allen and Benny Shrop shire returned from Lexington They report seven horses stolen in the neighborhood of Camp Nelson Saturday night Mighty hot weather for people to steal Levy Clark little daughter of Mr and Mrs A B Clark fell down stairs Saturday evening and broke her She intensely Dr Amon dressed the injury and she is resting quietly Mrs Rebecca Scott of Jessamine died Saturday After funeral services by Rev Wills she was buried in Mt Hebron Ceme tery Sunday afternoon We believe her spirit went where the spirits of all consecrated Christians go She was a faithful wife fond mother and kind neighbor SI e spent most of her time since her husbands death like her Saviour She about doing good especially among children Mrs John Onstott and Miss Sallie Barker visited Mrs Margaret Stone Monday who remains quite ill John Murphy of Clear WaterKansas is among his old friends here He will remain until fall Best of he an honost man which some one has said is the noblest work of God When 1 he left Kentucky several years ago he was considerably in debt he has been successful in the sun flower state and is now settling sortie old debts He we one in ten thousand who will do such a thing Millions Given Away Itis certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not to be to the needy and suffering The prop i ctors of Dr Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten mijlion trial bot ties of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutly cured thousands of hopeless Bronchitis Hoarsness and all disease of the Throat Ghest nd Lungs are sure cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free Regular size oOe and tEvery bottla guaranteed or j rice re I 4 rb l btO trees 3n tale e k eelin das an I will feel like the flowers look in the spring Lancaster 4 I Gary thu hood Doubtless continue II symptom cheerfulness functions afternoon daughter relatives Friday entertained as- a weakening compete spotEd I Sunday I collarbone J I of or or or afraid generous fc toe I ses lie 1 tded t fi i fyw chdrtt t4 beat t JQLLSvnr suffered Ilarrodsbu went all- s Kings ew Asthma brittle Y t H d s rg j Lowell Quite a number from here NT Sam Davis is in Corbinat Miss Minnie Spratt is the guest of her cousin Miss Fannie Spratt this week Mr Jas Douglas and family of Jellico Tenn are visiting at Mr R Henderson Dr and Mrs have returned home from a to their daughter Mrs Frank at Burksvillc Mrs Annie Davis is spending the week at Oil Well Dr Dean of oSTicholasviile is visiting his uncle Dr N Mays The Ladies Aid Society of Mt church will give a supper at the church Thursday night June 15th for the benefit of the church All are cor dully invited to attend If the predisposition to worms in children is not cured they may become emaciated weakly and in danger of convulsions Will T E S E A M VERMIFUGE is the most successful Wild popular remedy Price 25 cen s C C J E Stormes Prsaohersirille Lambs for 5 to 5K Meadows very good Hogs aro selling here for 3ic Time wheat crop here will be We are haYing some real hot at this time Will Elmore bought 2 hogs Win C Hutchins for 1050 F F Cummins bought a horse from Richard Robinson for250 Elmore Gooch from this place has gone to the mountains to buy hogs James Rogers sold a work horse this week to Goo Anderson for Mr E C Walton was here Satur day getting Subscribers for the Intel ior Journal Thomas Thurman deputy sheriff of Troy Mo says if everyone in the United States should discover the vir rue of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve for piles rectal troubles and skin diseases the demand could not be supplied 1m Stormes Drug Store The Methodist Sunday School will have their Childrens day the and Sun day in this mouth TIm Xuykendall from the Turk has commenced a protracted meeting at the Baptist church here W P Lawrence and wife of Kirksville has been visiting B AVhitos for the last few days Mr and Mrs Moses Elmore of Stan ford visited J B Hutchins and wife Sunday and wife and mother visited relatives at Rowland Sunday BUrned to the wife of J II Thompson on Sunday June 4th a line girl all doing well except Tim Miss panda Slier got lima in her dyer Mon day which is giving her much pain There is a time for all things The time to take DeWitts Little Early Risers is when you are suffering from constipation biliousness ache indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles lin Stormes Drug Store J C Fox bought four mules from Wm Lear for 145 Pal Rogers and Milton Grayson traded horses last week Mr James Bell bought three shoats from Mrs Sarah Hammack for 550 Mr E H Walker and C W Graves finished weighing up their large crop of tobacco last week Mr John Merryman and Mr Parks traded horses last week Mr Parks gave 450 difference J C Fox bjught eight sheep from Price Bros for 3c also some sheep from the Thompson Bros for 3c to 3c Dave Willburn and Will Kennedy met in the road last weal and ex changed a few shots Neither one was hurt Miss Lizzie Pettus subscription school at Lawson school house was Friday We hope she will get the free school What you want is not temporary re lief from piles but a cure to stay DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures piles and they stay cured 1m Stormes Drug Store Lige Campbell and two Mi Horneys of Clay county brought in a flock of sheep and visited friends and relatives a few days Mrs Gibson and children spent Tuesday with Mrs Bell W M Gallagher of Bryan Pa says For forty years I have tried various cough One Minute Cough Cure is best of all It relieves instant ly and cures all throat lung trou tiles Stormes Drug Store Carlstecs I Gerpn liver Powder CURES INDIGESTION- The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases time system is heir PRICE 2i5 CENTS For Sale by McRoberts it is I n work J visit I Tabor CR ire highs weather I 50 W T J P Payne sicl head FlatWood outlast cured medicines and to I I so J attended Sunday Rainy a from S Fat fir I a s v The new discovery in optical science I wish to say to tile Just received a Large Stock of thy Very Latest designs in MotiU ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be well to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the shni fst Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is tho Nev French FLEURDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices We will save you money 121 Third Street Opposite Post Oilier or 1 r7 rf 10 t 1 rqfj IjI 0 P 1 wvVJ IQV fr1t i rII f 7I ti This is now mot uptodate Gallery In Cntra liy been recently equipped with The la velols A1a1i neieLs ses J Ladies tf that CtiJ Ihe 9 Lenses FIITEaJ 4 r t ft Embroidered Drench Watl Culms and all pictures that J 1 t c Pt A- i n ash srZ i DA7TVLLE 2 1 the having ft t M Eats requirc 1 C No More Shakes Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless Substitute McRoberts Paint Tobacco is looking well The corn crop is looking well since the The supper at Fair View church greatly enjoyed and 4225 was real ized Time ladies of Mt Tabor church will give a strawberry supper on the 15th Admission 15 and 25 cents All the livery stables arc doing a big business and seem to be milking money hand over fist There is talk of Knights of Pthias lodge here liarsof good material hereabouts and a tine lodge could be made It is thought the wheat crop will make about threefourths in this The prospects arc much bright or than they were a month ago Hardly a day passes in families where there arc children in which BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is nut needed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns and scans Price 25 and SOcts C C J E StormesOur streets are done and walk ing is now a pleasure We have the best town in the state Our are uptodate and you can buy here the same articles you can get in the big cities We welcome all and extend the right hand of j fellowship to all who come provided they hustle We dont let the grow under our feet Most of our farmers are through out their tobacco The white top has formed a trust and taken all the meadows Rev Echols of Paint Lick will preach here on the third Sunday eve ning Horses in this vicinity have been attacked with a very kind distemper TAKEN UP AS ESTKAY Red steer weight about 500 pounds Owner can have same by proving property and paying costs W S FISH We have a very flattering prospect short wheat crop in this vicinity Corn is looking very well notwith standing a great deal be plant ed the second time Since W J Stone made his speech i at Lancaster a good many votcrshave changed their minds and the road up this way is getting rather stony for Hardin and Goebel now of our citizens going to make an elTort to have a churqli biilt here Something that every in r the community ought U tcrest in Since the Interior Journal has been reduced the low price par yjjar every body in the land ought to sub scribe for it was cheap enough at the old price and the best paper in the state Mrs George Summa andlittle baby Elizabeth of Richmond are Visiting relatives here the little tot is seven months old and weighs eleven pounds only weighed one pound and a half when it was born v We notice In the Interior Journal that the Lancaster correspondent I sleep and rest arc necessary to profong that ba the case ve a mail in this neighborhood that wil live to be older than he sleeps i of his time and he done adays work in twenty 4Vi note keen sight clear and distin So are those persons who Eagle Eye Salve i sore eyes of any kind qitgranulated lids Sold at MqRaberts Drug Store Ua f A K V j T A r I v i JeD TRY nit C on YUCRTlN PRICE SOC R E Lick exceedingly organ zinga abundance section merchants newcomers Leax setting f I I forms j one take al in J I life It year Tkc or alliBtrddI for es 4ro 4 rat Insist rains C gIu severe had to s Some are oft have tlnree fourths has EaE Kltr fill Sttthrrland s tau r- x i ys nit a is n A Ft glil fill Ifluntlcr Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Ami ca Salve the best in the world kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers B ils Felons Corns all Skin Erin tions Pile Cure on earth Only 25et s a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRobert Druggist 1m M Ijjuicusicr Colored xlsiytist dxurtrli- A Our church and people arc alive Just after returning from Junction City where we ImM a series of meet V IS days for Rev R B ButlerQ which resulted in about I solicited the services of Vr D Knox A of Rock wood T nn to hold an eight nay meeting Rv Kny held a good audience eacli iiiyiit many oKltgiun day and entertainment at night inl two annual serutins one on each Sunday But the Lord blessed us with success Rev Knox introduced a new feature which took very well on Sat urday night the hens nest supper an Rainbow booth post oilier enter tainment We realized 4602 Time members gave as follows Bros Geo Moraii 50 J F Owens 25 S B Schooler 25 Phi lop Dunn 25 David McRoberts 25 Isaac Hayes 25 Wiu Johnson 25 M C Wallace of City Sisters Collie Moore 25 M A Harris 25 Sarah Johnson 25 Kizzia MuRoberts 25 rucHe Harris 25 Committee Mcsdamcs W B Anderson C Jloore E Munin and C Duncan Post Mistress and deacons I Schooler J Johnson S B Lewis and A Thomas who took collection Sun day evening To the these persons and the other members and public generally we in the name of cause and church do sincerely return our thanks Brethren pray fo and with our future success We also recommend with pleasure Rev Knox as a iinancierno tiny church desiring such services in raising means Yours for the Cause of Christ J B MILTGI Pastor You get up in the morning tired a bad taste in the mouth and a headache Know whats the matter Biliousness Take Little Early Risers They regulate the liver and cure con stipation pleasantly and promptly Never gripe I in Stormes Drug A TnVNKS IVI SKKITION j lr aclio l l y I ov A I itl rlo I as- t r of Jit Andrew A Jt K Jur 1 lit Society of liiicaster Ky Bo kindly uiFectioned one to with love in honour pre fering one another Not slothful in business fervent in spirit sewing the Lord 1011 xii 1011 As an organized body of a known as the Benevolent Lodge of the city of Lancaster Ky we meet on this blessed Lords day to return humble thanks to our Heavenly Fa ther for having spared our lives to meet on this day to give thanks for protecting our order through another twelve months and permitting us to prosper as we have this year This lodge was organized in A 1884 by Rev Ranson Crai of time Kentucky Conference M life Be Society out upon the great sea of ignonince soon after our race was freed and this society has had its struggles to get solid ollicials to stand at its head but by the help of our kind Heavenly Father today this society numbers one hundred and is worth about three thousand dollars This shows to nIl today that God has been with and our business is to try to return to the Lord thanks for his loving kindness But I am here to deliver a thanksgiv ing sermon as best I can Time text says Be kindly ajfectioned one to f another with brotherly love in honour s pr fering one another not slothful in business fervent In spirit serving the Lord The first thought that im pressed in this text is the duty required at our hands toward one another The second thought is to wishing all to have the honour above ones self The third thought is to be active in business let it be temporal or spiritual The fourththought is to be solid in whatever business that we are engaged in The fifth thought is to the Lords com 3 and you will serve A TIMELY HINT Ycm should Jbe wise and see tfiat your blood la rich whole system put in n perfectly heal the use DrPowder Then yoa and the grip Br German LiverPowder the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos Santos Gum Balsam Price 250 and SOo Bottle For sale by E U Mcitooerts I Bet I c yet lug for l add tons not witltil1ding we had Decoration Junction TI t Stores Ill Icccru another brotherly lodger D F church Started ls U i mymind will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds H 0 s I i1 t i1I nisi Chris Del itts Lurch w Ton jigger and poet German Llver a A 7- Y r I1ij epJ r tJn c r a f ULlc r R a s3Jo- aSei2g j 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ti3atti fJ Aetna httcelt Ialtt iut- 1ttinllal t ltrtlOlll1e11are rIIa f G a mm IAHOIAL Bill t OF LAKOA3TEB Ky Capital 5OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Jarefal and Prompt Attention Guaranteed Lswis Y LKATELL F HUDSON v O RIONKY WALK2B Presidcn VicePreslrtent Caahiet Assistant Ca3hj Bookieepei DIRECTORS JMHieemBOTHAX Irww YJLBAV JS JOHNSON T MABNOLD ARNOLD JR Jtl TMP AUZQIB18 jIJWAUCXB JACOB YSOBIKSOH Surplus Fnnd 10000 rM lll iml1l0THAX o D 9 lItC BO t M- v 17fl gBBb1 CT 1ZZ 3 7 F3J Tt ii GDDL VHJLlflSSaME NEGLIGEE SHIRTSiLflLiraiSS JFS a S Adams Elegant Footwear rfLCT3 fF3Z Let us make your Summer Suit Our Tailoring Department is complete in every detail Goods cut and fit on you right in the shop In this department like all our others we Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction or your money refunded Brwaiirw I I 7 7 j e l k r GiA I J 1A tf Ji6 r J k t fA1 a A JiigI Jft J rt gI t J t 7tt t 11qt I t J t 1it tISWqt t i H 01 Q i IU t rit I fOjp 11 n iiU 1Lh II Ium iJfrz PJI J 1In SEE CIJR COOL SUMMER SITITS L a G liens Fine se and Lovely Neckwear Stacy iIOii i i nT I FnnH Rbi l DAI VILLE KY 13 r iIi J j lh bh i F 1 fjIiI a1 gif f t t Y 1 t f or T y 1 1 T T J J 1 r S- rr t a iTT r 4i 106r i CWt ff 1- Suspiu1r i c rJ f la l Cl t C3f t rnJrkR9 4 Ffitn lsY4t d lnfsf Als G 2tAs 1s6 Ni1D i S 4y itr- yy91a NOEL SISTERS Leading Milliners A large assortment of Summer Millinery just in this week Come in and select your Hat while goods are new and fresh We are as usual IN THE LEAD with 1TOBBT UPTODATE GOODS and our prices are very reasonable of Flowers Chiffons Mousselines etc Also White Chip and Leghorns Hats Phone 85 The indeedNew CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY Jun 8 Chas Collier is clerking for IT 31 Ballou Dr IT 31 Grant is enjoying fishing in Cumberland river Jiuncs I Hamilton and wife were in Kiuliulasvillc this week Miss Uettie Arnold is visiting in JolHco and Knoxville Mss Carrie Currcy has returned from a visit to Danville Miss Jane Lusk is visiting Mrs Jno Uuluul in Point Uurnslde Richard Anderson has accepted a position with G S Gaincs Herbert Harden of Covington is visiting Lancaster friends Capt in Estill county last week on legal business John Simpson has returned from a pleasant visit to Somerset Lewis L Walker was in Frankfort this week on legal business Eph P Brown has acce pled a in Stonncs Drugstore J C Jones os Bristol Tenn was with relatives here the past week Miss Amy Davidson has been visit jug her aunt Mis AV J Piomans Herbert Gulley has accepted a posi tion in Rice Benges Livery Stable M Richardson of Somerset ds visiting her father J G Sweeney Paul Miller came home Monday from the State College in Lexington Mrs Ellen Owsley returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives in Louisville Will the hat drummer of Knoxvillc lusts been lucre a few days Mr and Mrs Wallace of Wallace ton are visiting Will Ward and fami ly Mrs Clots Denman of TSicholas yule is visiting her mother Mrs Alex West Mr Gco Bruce and wife of Danville have been visiting Mr gild Mrs Eph Brown Charley Doty of Brarmon Ky this week mingling with old friendsMaj J A Burnsideaiul Jim went to Richmond Monday on business Miss Jennie Burnside has returned from a visit to Miss Sue Route in Stanford Say Clutton says if II511vBerndon dont let him alone therell be trou ble in de land Mrs W E Cook and pretty baby are visiting Miss Chastine McGregor in Louisville Mesdames Hughes and Huffman of Stanford have been visiting Mrs Thomas Elkin MrS Hughes visited cou sin Mrs R H Batson who is very much improved Mrs Geo Farris and daughter Louise arc TSlbert Smtyli in Mrs Chas Powell accompanied her sister Miss Mamie Powell to IIus tonvillc Tuesday Jlesdames Naylor and Sutton and t j 1 r PERSONAltNi position C falls Anderson hex v Sit ug Je1licu Tenu j ISM oo ooeoosao orsaasaca aear4twra 4 ocoawaoo oc a ooaa oaooa co J Ih was t Mrs where 1 I Nina i t i 0 is Miss Sue Sutton visited Benj Hughes week Mr WmShugarsand laughter Miss Maggie spent several with rcla fives in McKinney M iss Lizzie Hudson is at home from Stnunton Va when she attended school the past term Itfiss Mattic Shepherd of College is the guest of Dr and Mrs Evans Richmond Ave Mrs who has been visiting her sister Mrs Geo Smith has returned to Danville J M Iligginbotham has returned from Oklahoma accompanied by his neice Miss Jennie Arnold Mrs Eugene Moss nee Miss Eudoxie Moss is at Mama to see her father W B Moss who is quite ill tits Ophelia Dunn and children arc visiting her parents Mr and Jack Xemper at Mrs Win and pretty baby Robinson are visiting Miss Mary Robertson in Elizabelhtovn 31 iss A ma nda has returned from Paint Lick where she has been teaching school the past term Miss Mary Burnsicle gave a lovely entertainment Thursday night in honor of Miss Eugenia Duulap Mrs Louis gave a luncheon Friday evening in honor of Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington MrW B Mason of Lancaster Friday entering some suits for the coming Journal Miss Eugcnia Dunlap and brother Geo who have been visiting relatives in this city returned to Lexington 3Ionday Jesse W Sweeney went to Monday to select his samples and will in a few days go on the road for Pawn Bultz hatters of that city Rev Henry Faulconer has beeu at home this week He has several meet hand and enough work to keep him busy through the entire summer Among long list of guests at Miss Welchs in NichoTasville is the name of the handsome Miss Le titia Brown a frequent visitor to rcl tives in this city Little Miss Irene Romans gave a birthday party Saturday afternoon to a large attendance All had a merry time wishing their pretty many birthday returns icholasville Journal Miss Mattic Elkin of Lancaster Miss Lucie Mc A fee Lebanon are the guests of Miss Mary Welch were a masquerade party will be given tonight in thcirhonor Fisher Gaines entertained Wednesday afternoon in handsome honor of and Miss Collier of Lancaster Miss Rosej Grundy Clelend received with them Danville Advocate 3Ir and Mrs G R Pope announce the engagement of their becca to Rev J W Lynchj of Wake Goriest North Carolina The age will take place during the mid summer Advocate f The Lancaster W G T U and Loyal Legion were represented the Berea district meeting this week by Mesdames J Joseph T Gresham G R L Elkiaand Misses Amanda Anderson Lou and Ida May The lattcr flue pro for a Q j Iron Laficher ind R ICinnaird went to Friday the former to deliver an ad dress arid the latter to enjoy the day s is t I Its day Sopluronia Fox 3Tar bury Cool Lall ram I courtStanford Cincinnati ngs on party little hostess Mrs style in Iis Curry wasp1 I t j Ows fa G this Wiltn lit Anderson where lie mare daubhter li itiar 3f Patterson rant ram paper Winchester la- n ore e ri They say they were never treated more royally or received more attentions than they did at the hands of the good people of Chirk countys beautiful cap ital Speaking of the days doings the Democrat says The oration by lion Lctcher Ows Icy County Attorney of Garrard was good In burning words ho dwelt upon the undying principles of fraternal friendship antI brotherly lure Flowers of fancy bits of poetry beautiful and sublime thoughts fol lowed each other in rapid succession and when he finished there was uni vcrsal regret that he did not continue longer He is a most brilliant young man and we expect to sec him make a brilliant career Richmond Register Major Curtis F Burn am was 79 years of age on Wednesday last May 24 Queen Viet orio was SO years old that day Public men like Major Burnam who an elevated rank in popular favor in a country where their opinions and acts are upon to certain scrutiny and free remark must be possessed of more than ordinary merit And we believe we shall have public opinion dccidely with us when we say that it has fall en to the lot of few to occupy as var ious and important stations in the publics gift with so large a share of approbation as Hon Curtis Field Burnam We wish for our distinguish cd fellow citizen and friend many more years of usefulness surrounded by his large and devoted family Statesman yet friend to truth of soul sincere In action faithful Uicholasvillc Democrat The social went of the week was the given on Friday night by Miss Mary Welch in honor of her guests Miss AFartJia Elkin of Lancaster and Miss Lucia 3IcAfec of Lebanon Music and gaycty filled up the hours which van ished all too quickly for Ye of the Past and theiradmiring friends Refreshments were served in exquisite style superintended by Mrs T Scott and it is not surprising to that the ghosts partook with as good will as the most real of mortals At a late hour the guests departed having realized to the utmost the joy of meeting congenial spirits under the auspices of so thorough a hostess as Miss Welch The Democrat pub fishes a long list of guests and yhat they represented Among the num her wen known in Lancaster society were Miss Mariannie Shakcrcss Miss Ora Wilmore School Girl Ada Nun Miss Jessamine TIempliill Queen of Sheba Miss Martha Greek Girl Miss Mary Welch Samantha Fred Scars A Prince Brown Buford First Lieutenant Dan Ilemphill Negress Cured Vlicii Others Vailed S A Ingalls Crown Point N Y Writes My wife suffered from kidney troublo for years She consulted scv oral physicians and tried a number of Kidney Cures without getting relief She was induced to try Foleys Kidney Cure and in less than a week she began using it she was greatly im a proved and three bottles cured her is C C J E Stormes At the same price a pound half bran and half corn is the cheapest di at the best and much the safest Corn only is not a well balanced ra It tion for growing animals fitted tc make good bone and muscle Sell half the corn and hey bran If your sight is blurred with and spots floating before your eyes 01 you have pains on the right side under fA the ribs then your liver is deranged need a few doses of HER BIJfE to regulate it Price 50 cent C C J E Stormes BACKACHE should never be nej Icctcd It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long will result in Brights disease diabetes or other serious lid often fatal com plaints EOLEYS KIDNEY is guaranteed for kidney disorder lm C C J E Stormes Charcoal fed to the chickens aids d gestion and cleanses the system of impurities Fur relief anti comfort in Asthma COTJSSENS HONEY OF TAR haf equal 25 and 50 cents 50 C C JE Stormes i cs j in E ce count maintain and inholtorclcat masque T relates il more md u Sited Miss Dickers Elk3 after a spec you S CUE o Price tit fit s S fri m lm the More Local Colored Soldiers Aiiciitiou I The colored Regiments of the lar Army arc filling up very fast and there are only a few vacancies left colored men who can all exsoldiers who desire to reenlist should call at once at the Recruiting Office in Lexington Busi College Building Main Street near post ollice Lexington Ky maltf The Lancaster company which it the recent war did a hand some and noble act in placing tomb stones over the graves of their dead comrades Clarence Parks and son Cheatham who died from fever during the companys stay at Chick amauga A sum of money was raised here to buy the company a Hag but the boys concluded to take it and their share of profits from the can teen and use it for the purpose above stated Time two made about which bought handsome monuments for the dead soldiers rrjiellaa ivlio Alxrays Viud l mlt The Ulan who is always finding fault with what everybody else does with out particularly trying to do himself is neither a thing of beauty nor a joy forever No he is a tive nuisance and he should do one or two things either die or pick up his traps and leave his country for his countrys good Dont continually wear a long face and preach failure of every enterprise undertaken by the people of your town and community f you cant put your shoulder to the wheel and help on the car of progress at least dont retard its onward move menus by evil prophecies and expres sic n o unfounded fears Dont mar the happiness of your fatuity and and rob them of their sunshine by moroscncss and discontent but come out of the canyons of despair un to the hilltops of joy and gladness and for what isgood in humanity and gvc the evil the charity of your si Platform A certain Lancaster man told TIlE RECOKD he was seriously thinking of running for the legislature and his only object in wanting to be a mem her was to have passed a bill railroads to furnish separate coaches for drummers These fel lows quoth the wouldbe candidate becoming a great nuisance to us common people who are compelled to ride with them Each drummer takes two double seats throws one over and puts his feet and grips thereon If he had bought four tickets then we could not kick when compelled to stand or sit on coal box Several of them will jet together and simply kick up bed lam They monopolize the tion complain of everything in sight Irink smoke cuss tell smutty tales in every way make the lives of their fellow travelers miserable Once in a while you will be thrown with a civilized drummer whom it pleasure to be with Such fellows Clay Hunt Bob Adams LaFevcr Sam Joseph and a few othcrs do not want the entire coach and will readily rive their scat to a lady They are all right and when I have my bill passed will be expressly stated therein hat they are exempted from the Drummers Roost car To cure piles STKIKB ATTIIE hats the way DeWitts Witch V Salve STRIKES AT THE HOOT it re ogres the CAUSE quickly and curly Dont squander money a vain effort to remove the EFFECTS Stormes In Winchester Ivy one jennet brought 72 one yearling jack 110 furl twoyearold jack 80 Good prices are being obtained for all mule and jack stock being offered for sale in Clark county Ky ie Aside from the serious and plain caused by piles there is a fistula and to cancer in rectal regions Pilesshould allowed to run on unchecked LERS BUCKEYE P I L E O I N T NtENTis an infallible remedy Price cts a bottle tubes75 cts C C J E Stormes All able nclied readand rued g p lenceEx compelling con versa IS II DrugStore tendency not TAB 10 Tt ralKCtcortiltct Jet anyth ends His sire RUO perm time and one inconveni ego fer usi Tit In N elM be D J A Shear of Sedalia Mo saved his child from death by croup by using One 3Iinute Cough Cure It cures coughs culls pneumonia la grippe turf all throat and lung troubles lm Sofmes Drug Store Burdett sold to Ashley Ar noW a lot of hogs at 3i cts per lb Reuben Naylor sold a cow and calf to Tames I Hamiltou for 30 and a shorthorn calf to Frank Bourne for Slo Mary Chesnut of Boyle is vis iting her sister Mrs Charles Bur dettMiss Frank ie Doty of Paint Lick visited her cousin Miss Georgia Dunn last week Evans of and Mrs Smith of Lancas ter spent Thursday with Mrs Geo Durham Rev W M Kuykendall soul family are spending several days with friends in Preachersville and Crab Orchard Misses A una Pollard Sallie and Lee Herring have returnee from their school at Pewee Valley to spend vacation Mrs Ed Minor and little daughter Lora of Lancaster spent Sunday wIth the family of II AldridgeA large crowd attend eel the strawberry supper at the resi dence of lured night The neighboring towns were well represented The proceeds were S50 Mr and Mrs A J Chssnut of Dan vine spent several days with their parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner rc are glad to see Mr Chcsnut out after a severe case of fever Mr J B Kempar has returned from a pleas ant visit to his son and daughter Rev Win Anderson and wife of Oklaho ma ire it so much pleased with country that we fear Garrard will loose one of her best citizens Mr and Mrs Reuben Naylor were married fifty years Monday June 5th We hype that many blessings may attend them through life and that they may live to celebrate their diamond wed Rev Clark will till his regular ap pointment here Sunday night Eld Allen delivered an excellent discourse at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr James Hill of your city has the contract to build the school house at Bourne Mrs Mary Fain of Ambrose is the guest of Mrs Sallie Preston 31 re Eliza Ballard and little son are visit ing friends in Lexington this week Miss Hattie Jennings of Buena Vista is the pleasant guest of Haselden this week C 3f Jennings and wife of Danville visited here Sunday Mrs Dr Jennings has returned to her home after a visit to Danville Dr Askensteadt formerly of this place has been among his many friends here the past week 3Ir 3L Elliott was the guest of his Bro Dr Elliott last week Mrs Ed Ballard son and lit niece and Mrs B F Jennings of Paint Lick visiting friends and relatives here this week S G Has elden of your city visited his parents here Sunday rat Etsbron The insects are destroying all hemp seed in this locality Lucy Montgomery sold a year ling calf to James Parks for 20 Montgomery also sold to same calf for 15 Sonic sneaking person visited 3Ius E Scotts trunk a few days ago prized the lock oft and took about fifty letters for their trouble nothing else was missing It must have been SOP whose curiosity had overbalanced their moral and intellectual faculty A number of men of this vicinity found at Lock No 8 the past week tIts Peggie Burdett and little laughter Edna spent a part of last week withers flat FolgerWil Holtzclaw accompanied by his con is visiting relatives in this com uiuriity correspondent had the pleasure of spending last Saturday with Miss Mattie Saunders who jlad to say is improving in and we all hope to see her out again is a fir 1V13za1 sbUJYr Tins frs th ding 1Drj1an svJil e begun lbs tie are U theY rs party- a cone employment CItedYour I am Pi M Charles neville Kemper Thursday s Henry health r T T T Dis asos n ARE THE r OST FATAL OF ALL U DISEASES FOLEYS K DNEY CURE tkj is a guaranteed for all KIDNEY and BLADE Diseases srrORlTE DRUG STOREr o V remedy with her many friends 3ressrs Vir gil Sherrow and R A Duncan were in Ilarrodsburg Sundy 31tssrs Tom Roberts and Moses Brumfield of Jes samine were the guests of W DScott Sunday 3Irs E Lawson and 31rs V D Scott spent Sunday night with Mrs Ed Xaylor who is very ill The Angel Death with the 1 icy hand his again cast a gloori over this vicinity and taken another link from lifes chain Mrs Ilebecei Scott had suffered for four months with cancer of the stomach her were very intense but with the loving arm of Jesus to lean upon she pure them on until four oclock Saturday afternoon Tune 3rd when God in his wisdom and tender mercy relieved her from her pain She wa 55 years old and had lived a bright Christian life from her youth leaves one son three daughters and a number of grand children Though life seems lonely and here without her we feel that she lias reached that bright and eternal home where there will be no more suffering for her Rev J J Wills delivered appropriate funeral discours Sunday at J p m Time scripture readings from the 23d Psalm and 14th chapter of John Tile text was Precious The was then laid to rest in the 31 1 Hebron cemetery The relatives have the sympathy the entire community DIGEST YOUR KOOD vinery per cant of all sickness is caused toy not being properly digested it creates sons and your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system heir to Use Dr CarJstedts German Powder and watch the resaits Yon will feel the good effects after one dose Give it trial and be convinced Price 2 c Or Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by R E 3rcRoberts We have a number of Beautiful Hats in stock and receive rev ones every few days We have only the SfEry Latest and invite an inspection of them We know we can suit taste ifyou will Call ant See Them Sallie D Tillett D sufferings Sh dreary a- very th f pc takiu I an cold burly o goes utto Lire ur r Womans Severest Trial g Until recent years womans severest into the world 5 nearly all the sickness discomfort and dread are avoided by those mothers who use5 Mothers Friend that wonder ff 5 be dreaded Mothers Friend has been called a Godsend by mothers this land Sold at drug stores for I abottle and by The Brcfifield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga Write for c r fr Baby U Bora A Hater of Falsehood Mendicant in disgust Them edl tern is linrSj every one o them Heres two columns in this paper about th good times an th piles o money layin idle an I havent taken in a cent this niorain Harlem Life Sot Very llacli Miss Oldgirl Do you think JFr Snif kins is sincere when he writes that he loves me more than tongue can tell Miss Pcachblow I dare say Hes tonguetied you know Kansas City Independent The Benefits Opilyke Whats the use of arguing with a woman You can never her Depcystcr True rut think of the pleasure it gives the woman Brooklyn Life Xo Data What do you think of your nets neighbors Mrs Chubb- I dont know they havent had a washing out yet and when they moved in I was down town and didnt get to see their Record Their MUtaUe Editor Well what of it Let them find out their mistake themselves Pnok THE BEST OF THEM 1 1 MDNTHLYJlAlGAZINfi Contains a complete novel in every itember In to a quantity or useful and entertaining reading JTo continued atones which are Je onabIa to reader It should be In every household Sub 930O year Agents wanted In to whom most liberal Inducements will offered J B LETEICOTT COMPANY FubUlbOT PHILADELPHIA trial his Jcro the bringing of greatgood waytobreastTheallover mtntrd book entiIed Deforo 1 i j i furnitureChicago areburglars O children LfIAd AIN convince AUf w moat o Somthing Everybody Wants GOOD BUY SURREY RDAHWAGDN OR ANY KIND OP VEHICLE than Any Place in Central Ky Afso Best ber Tires Manufactured w j ROMANS Rub lH 11 4 2 c c f r A 4 lmIllmt- r 18nN none It qUk2 nut rzfliinent rrlltf In grip well r8 couhl and olds nwain weak I BtrOnltre H A Metulfe- Peducah Zy 08 YEARS OLD nnetiy cU io br tIvs p a1 UDI Ji zy- t LAWIi WC Fiftyeight thousand six hundred an I twentyseven sheep were import ed into the United Kingdom from the United States during the first three months of the year The great freeforall stallion race to be trotted at the fall meeting of the Louisville Fair and Driving has received sixteen entries The Douglas 5000 stake for 213 received eighteen entries To nuke corn dodgers scald one quart of white corn meal just enough to moisten do not make it too wet Beat one egg and add to it four ta blespoonful of milk add to it the corn meet This should now he a thick batter Drop by spoonfuls on a pan and bake in an oven until a golden brown Ladies Home Jour nal Although there big crowd in t wi Monday business was slack IC stick pens there were fully 1000 cattle which ranged from ic to Jc o IC bunch which sold by the head bringing as high as G cents Sales were slow however No mules were offered and the few horsessold brought from 0 to 75 A bout GOO sheep were on the market selling from 31c to 4V Register Ten weeks ago the farmers of this cnunty thought the prospects of this years tobacco crop was very poor on account of the late sowing of the beds While the prospect today is more promising for a splendid crop than it has been in several years at this time There has already been between SO and 90 per cent of the crop in the county transplanted and the plants are liner in better condition and living much better and the fields are freer from cut worms than last year besides being about ten days earlier than the same per cent was transplanted last year Winchester Sun The Government crop bulletin for Kentucky just issued says that wheat has done fairly well but the prospect is not nattering for this crop is made that it has headed too low and in some localities the Hes sian fly is doing some damage and in SOnIC places rust is injuring it to a limited extent Oats are doing well The following Resolution was adop ted at the meeting of the State Com mercial Convention in Louisville Ky May 2 th and 30th Resolved That the Commissioner of Agriculture be requested to name iday on which a convention shall beheld at Lexington I Association grease was a Complaint trotters Alt Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring cut the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true frpm the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough Pine Tar Honey Pleasant Permanent are exhilarated S SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25c 60o and 100 SIzes BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells PiniTarKonty e Ky composed of delegates selected by the county judges of each county at which convention the subjects of ank maintaining roads shall be discussed and the work of road making encouraged in every way possible In compliance with the above the Commissioner has named Saturday June 10th as State Day State College Lexington Ky for the consideration of ways and means of improving the tho State The work of constructing a sample road by the latest improved methods will be in progress under the super vision of the Road Expert of the National Department of Agriculture and the object lesson in road and maintenance thus afforded will be of inestimable value Each county is cordially invited to delegates to this meeting No arbit rary basis of representation is fixed but it is desirable that in addition to the officials named jn resolution Mayors of cities Presidents of Clubs and Boards of Trade Presidents Agriculture Societies and all other organisations interested in this great question should send the fullest delegations possible for half fare rate over all and special rates of entertain ment will be made Any Old Sore CutilBruise or Sprain quickly with Banner Salve the greatest healing remedy in the world J C T 15 Starmcs TIME TABLES C Branch Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster AM Northbiid Mixed 3 5 P M Passgr 252 AJ- ISouthbnd 1229 A M Queen Crescent Itoule PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday m Number Daily Stop 113 pm Number4 Daily Flag 3OCam Number 2 dont atop 3 5Cp m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops when flawed ll 0am Number Dally except Sunday 11 15 am Number 9 Daily except Sunday 7 53 pm Numbers Midnight flap 1142 Chesapeake and Ohio Lv Lexington daily 11 30 A M and 855 p M Ar Washington 645 340 Philadelphia 1015 7as New York 1240 noon 908 Boston Through sleepers to New York from Lexiug ton John G Cnimer Ticket Agent Jexlngtou Ky t f j constructing resolution hlghwflS Dr construction Commercial Arrangements railroads healed K 11 10 8 a p m Railway 800 P3I 7 15 A ser North bzid 609 i Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others AHKi ndsFarmMachinery Always ouTland Consign your stock to abenstein Harris Conner Live stock Commission Merchants KyorWhen shipping East bill our care privilege Stock Yards We will make it to your advantage and give your stockspecial personal 3 s G JNESck 4 338ja eeeggggs STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I IJir r r 4 I KENTUCKYS FINANCES The Monthly Statement of the State Treas Balance in the Treasury Is 8135900 23 FnAXKFORTKy June month ly statement showing the condition of the state treasury on May 31 was Thursday and is as follows Bal ance April SO 1S99 80207354 receipts total SS3071907 The were 10000 which leaves a balance of 82071907 School fund balance April 30 1899 13149148 receipts S3402402 total The expenditures were S820 14 leaving a balance of 810409530 Grand total 98541443 General expenditures fund had a deficit April 30 1899 of S589lo7 07 receipts S81137C2 total 508020 05 The expenditures were 111428 13 leaving a total deficit of 00944818 Balance in the treasury May 31 1899 513596025 Baying Up Stock LOUISVIUE Ky June Telephone Telegraph Co has purchased the majority of the stock of the Ohio Valley Telephone Co of this city The lines of the Cumberland company extend over Kentucky Ten nessee Mississippi and Louisiana and the Absorption pf the Ohio Valley com papy will result n a system extending from Louisyille tp New Orleans if stated pa good authprity that the purs chase price was abput 8550 OOP A Caaiect Alarm Mr STERLING Ky June fl Th prediction of Ruben Fields that thU city was to be destroyed by a cyclone Sunday failed to materialize A threatening cloud and a little rain bower at 9 p m were the cause for some alarm but otherwise the day was spent ae usual A numbpr of families left the city for a short time TJiPFS was a considerable storm in the east ern part of the county Shaved a Pimpled LAwneNCEpUi0 Ky June 7 Will lam Brown of Crowns this county a large land owner died of a cancer on the face Mr Brown two years ago had a little pimple shaved off his face accidentally by a barber which made a sore It never healed antI in less than a year it was a large cancer A Mansion Burned EMINENCE Ky June fine mansion known as Sunnyside was strpyjed by fire between 19 and 1 uesday morning This property be 0nged to James H Wlsop and is situ ted about a mite and a half fronj town Loss SlOOflOj jnsurance un known LEXINGTON Ky June 0 Fortytwo colored orphans will be turned loose two hours in the largest strawberry patch in the county Monday after noon The market is glutted with the berries and the grower wants to get rid of his crop at as small a loss as pos sible Found a Babe Dead BDTLEB Ky June 6 Twin girj babies were born to the wife pf Charles Picrcy about three weeks ago Thg mother on hearing one of then fret ting early Sunday morning went int the room to take it up and was h rri fied on finding the other one dead Cause of death unknown Death Due to a Shock LEXINGTON Ky June 7 Charles Bradley a lineman employed by the Central Electric Co dropped dead supper table Tuesday night from heart disease One year ago he re ceivcd an electric shock which weal ened his heart Aced Man Suicide Ky June 6 Richard C Terhune aged 78 suicided Sunday by hanging himself in bis stable He was a prominent mason and a highly ro pccted citizen Despondent Over a Affair LEXINGTON June 6 Mattie Hensley aged 85 committed suicide at her home on West Main street by morphine She was despondent over a love affair A Minister Candidate GBEESOP Ky June fi Bev nelius Foster candidate for repreBen tative of this county is now holding openair meetings on the streets in tht city of Portsmouth Girl Buraed to Death CAMITON Ky June of Mrs Andrew Banks a widow who lives near here was totally by fire Her 8yearold daugh ter was burned to death Shot and Killed by Boy MiDDLEfiBORO Ky June 6 George Gilbert aged 18 shot and instantly killed George Belcher married late Sunday at Quarter House saloon because latter slapped him He was at once arrested Both men came to Mid dlesboro from Pennsylvania and work ed at Mingo mines Storekeeper and iiaager Reinstated WASHINGTON Ju e 8 James L Strange has been reinstated as a and gauger in the Covington Ky internal revenue district Jealousy Caused It NICHOLASVILLE Ky June 7 Flem ing King a 25yearold Negro became jealous of his wife They separated Meeting her on the street Sunday night he ahot tier in the neck He then turned the weapon on himsoif and pierce his heart with a bullet The woman will recover Accidentally Shot UlioieieC- ABROLLTON Ky June 4 Smith Parker a prominent farmer was dentally killed Friday afternoon by the discharge ot gun be Jt fal urerThe 3The issued 2804553 expenditures 516551550 S 7The Cumberland Jt tQre 7The In a Berry Patch DOVE Love Ky taking Co I 7The residence destroyed man storekeeper n loud Monday doC L- Ithe r a acc I p WORKED A NEAT GAME The German Insurance Dank of LouUvll Kyf Victimized Out of 85OOO by Two Well DreiBcdVounu Men LOUISVIIIE Kyt June Insurance bank of this city was victimized out of 5000 Monday by two well dressed young med who worked a neat game Just before the hour for closing the bank the cashier of the German bank was rung up by telephone and asked if he could accommodate the Citizens national bank with 5000 in currency On being answered in the affirmative the inquiring party said he would send two men around to get the money Shortly afterward two young men appeared at the bank with a check for 55000 bearing the signature of the cashier of the Citizens national bank The cashier suspecting nothing wrong counted out the money to the young men who were profuse in their thanks as they accepted it When the check reached the clearing house Tuesday it was discovered to be a for gery The police are working on the case Craig Gregg Arre t d LEXINGTON Ky June 7 Deputy Marshal G C Thompson has captured Craig Gregg wanted in London Ky on felony charges Gregg showed fight Jf convicted Ije will doubtles gp tg penitentiary qn thc criminal charge Gregg 15 foe ran who was married at the Lflurcl county jail tp a w dPWr He is accused of beating her She offered S45 reward for his capture She has put up a bond for his appearance to answer for housebreaking Slay Be Another Victim WIIUAMSTOWX Ky June er death will probably result from the Sherman fihoattag affray pf last week in which Elmer Franks wits killed and two other bystanders were shot in the leg The leg of Albert Clements which it was thought it wpuld be necessary to amputate at the time baa not yet fceeg amputated pd it is believed ho will not survive an operation Kentucky Vnlrerslty Commencement LExINGToN Ky June com mencement exercises of the Kentucky university will be held next Thursday There will be graduates in the col lege of the Bible find 29 in tlie college of arts Rev F P Power pas tor of Garfield Memorial church Wash ington will deliver the baccalaureate address in Morrison chapel Sunday closes the 100th of this fa mous school Child Shot by SB Klyeafeaipid Boy HINDU AN Ky June 5 Reuben Fra zier an 11yearold son of Ira Frazier on Rock fork in this county shot Benny Bolcn a 4yearold child of Wheatley Bolen with a revolver the ball taking effect under the left eye and coming out in the back of the head The wound is pronounced tQ be serious Reuben Frazier and big father were arrested Two Men Killed lly Lightning RICHMOND Ky June men were killed by lightning near Walkers villc over the Estill lIne from here F Richardson one of the standing in the door of his residence while Thomas Spirby was found dead in Station Camp creek near a point where a bolt is known to have struck Both men were well to do citizens oirnclc the Church WJTLIAMSTOWN Ky June 8 During a heavy thunder storm Thursday the Baptist church was struck by The belfry WitS demolished the church greatly damaged The building is fully insured Child Scalded to Death BENTON Ky June 3yearol4 child of Bud Barker fell into a large kettle pf boiling water and rescued by a 9yearold brother lived four hours It was burned internally by swallowing water Jury C old Not Agree SPRINGFIELD Ky June jury in the case of Arch Colvin on trial the alleged murder of Silas Coulter could not agree and was discharged Died at the Age of 90 Year HABBODSBUB0 Ky June 5 Mra Malinda Davis wife of the late les E Davis died at the home pf son Dr IL C Paris of this county of old age She was in the flOth year of her age and had been a resident of Jhjs county all of her life Concealing Illicit Wbjsfe- yComwuiA Ky June 4 J W Bubr bard a Metcalfe county merchant was arrested Friday and bropght befojre United States Commissioner Wintry charged with concealing illicit whisky Bpllday to See Bryan LoujsvnlE Ky Junp After liberating for several days a majority of the members of khp school board agreed to grant the school children pf the city a holiday Friday on account Oi William J Bryans visit to the city that day Acclde t lly Killed MADISON Ky June 4 A telephone message says that Young Parker brother of Government Storekeeper William Parker accidentally killed himself Friday night at Ghent Ky Her Logic Bickers Women are suck illogical creatures Morgan Granted but whats the trouble this time Bickers My wife threatens to sue youug widow down our way for aRena ing affections and she has ml ways declared I never had an affeotkm pr her Boston Transcript wtoj 7The German afternoon assistant Insurance supposed assistant diligently 7Anoth 5The 18 This session U STwo victim W 1i lightning 6A was e 4The f r her O fumed a thy fC the habitual Saturday course d AchE 4r U TRUTH U1TADOJWIEP A Plain Statement of Vmeim Acc lug a Bangor Man Lack It is true said the man from Ban gor half sadly It is true that 1 brought five deer out of the woods hut they were all killed at one time or very nearly so I desire to be absolute ly accurate in making this statement I suppose that if two persons were to be killed by the same flash of lightning there would be some atom of time the death of the first and that of the second It was so in this I want to be exactly accurate and to have it so understood My conscience acquits me of an violation of the law So man ever knowingly violates a law For example we do not believe in the prohibitory law but we respect it It is a law and as far as we can we execute it We are a lawabiding people Our party was made up of two min isters a deacon a colonel and myself We brought back nine deer the others killed one each while I bagged if I may use the term the remaining five It came about in this way I was out hunting a short distance from the camp I was anxious to get back early because one of the ministers was to give a Bible rending and I didnt want to tulsa it A slight noise attracted my attention and glancing up I saw a flue buck Without the slightest hesitation and I may add without a touch of what they call the deer fever I fired- I used a repeating rifle and as I afterward found theflrst bullet passed through the brain of the buck and then killed a fine doe standing at that directlyhi range In oihcrworda I secured as the result of my first shot deerAs know an animal after re peiylng Q fatal shot will give H convul sive leap if nothing more and despite the fact that it was shot directly through the brain the buck reared up and fearing that I was about to lose my game 1 fired again I may add that between my first and second shot no great time elapsed a second or so but nothing more My pastor when I told the story said many a man had re pented been soundly converted and forgiven in much less time than that I presume it is so But short as was the time the buck staggered and went down passing aJtwere out of range of my but that bullet did great execution l passed through the brain of a doe cje fiected and struck the horns of a and then buried itself in the heart pj another doe It was very veniftrHabJe dont it strike you so Very but that nmkesonly four deer and you said you killed five You will pardon my correcting you continued the man from Bangor but I said that I brought five deer from the woods I only killed four the fifth deer my be said to have met with an acci dental death As I said after killing the doe the bullet struck the h buck It was a glancing shot and then it killed the second doe The buck was unharmed but of course the shock was considerable enough to bring the animal to its knees Then It sprang ug and attempted to dart away but in efead a mass of rock and was I gpt there just time tg save themeatYou remarkable I admit that I did have more than a common degree of good fortune said man from Bangor but of course I dont want to boast of it In fact one of the ministers said to me that evening Many and many a man would haye claimed tbat he kllled all the fly fleer It is to your credit that you hove given us the plain unvarnished facts I lid not think I deserved prais for eyep some Bangor men who would have claimed buck Daily Eastern Argus HE GUARDS THE CZAR Tk Emperor Outrider Serve a lInger for Nihilist Bomb The czar never travels by rail without gendarme who is supposed to have tpe keenest scept for weapons pf apyone in empire gpipg ahegd of the train on his peculiar rail tyqy bicycle Traveling slowly with eyes and ears alert for the presence of the enemies of his master and their terri ble weapons this odtrlder carries hs pwi life in Unhands and the Hfeof hint is much more portance the ruler of tip Jlussiap em PJre fppjflentaljy the ojjjrider is on the lookout for detect In the railroad tfeflt might play havoc the royal trajp but this is not the primary object of hjs preceding the imperial party He is gn inconspicuous object on his curious Wheel and it is not likely Unit his along the road will be obserYer pptil he Js too par a woqldbe assassin latter to accomplish his pur pose long experience the nihilist gangs of Russia has taught the police pf that country that the bomb is the fayprite weapon wftji the killer of kings Should on of these be left pn the track in suoh position that the Wheels of the Imperial train would e pjpde it It must surely be discovered by the outrider op If he railway bicycle would cause the bomb tfl Wow PP the riders life alone being sacrificed Hepce the importance of the outrider He is continually jn the prQud posi tfpp pf pffering his life for his master Dear girl he said rapturously If its just the s me George I would prefer not to have you use that adjective returned Why not be demanded reminds me too much of what papa sometimes says to me Chicago Whats In a name the cynic bland Exclaimed In solemn doubt He borrowed some one trade mark and He speedily found out Washington Star DUd 8plBl Xralacltta WJUJAMBTOWS Ky May 24 Tbie child of Wi tam Vance died of spinal meningitis Monday after an illness of 24 hours This is the first CM of the im tk couaty at between case intentional Bangor instant U tr bq oyer p luck L nihilist tH1 Jth swift S i1 fort With a were upfonip rIme Albapy Money to you tilt Post tait diM t hunting Went 1cJJ tire hewthat second a the his who 4rguebp Litigation ONLY ONE CURE FOR SCROFULA S S S Is till Only Remedy Equal to this There are dozens of remedies recommended for Scrofula some of them no doubt being able to afford temporary relief but S S S is absolutely the which completely cures itiScrofula is one of the most deepseated blood diseases and is the reach of the UlSeaSei many call l purifiers and tonics because some thing more than a mere tonic is required S S S IB equal to any blood trouble and never fails to cure because itgoes down to the seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating every trace of the taint The serious consequences to which Scrofula surely leads should those with it the vital im portance of wasting no time upon treatment which can not possibly a cure In many cases where the wrong treatment has been relied upon complicated glandular swellings have resulted for insist that a surgical operation is necessary Mr H E Thompson of Ga writes A bad case of broke out on the glands of my neck which had to be lanced and caused me much Iwas treated for a long while but the physicians were un able to cure me and my condition was as bad as when Itheir treatment Many blood remedies were used but without effect one recommended I to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles Continuing remedy I was soon cured permanently 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Lodge No 29 Kniglist of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP C C J S HASEJDEN KR S BANK TJlB nI 1493 NATIONAL 07 S C DSNNY Asalstant Cashr SURPLUS 2000000t LANCASTER KY President JNO E STOBMKS Vice President A U DZNNY WK U KINNuap Cashier J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper B T EHBKT Asat Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran faa Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Btonoos Central Covington Stock Yards Covington Kentucky Are located so as to offer special inducements to the shippers South ofthe Ohio River in saving extra expense and time Inaddition to the buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for aU kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you Central Covington Stock Yards Co Commission firms will giveprompt attention to consignments local d- I fj j 1 t 1