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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 22, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899062201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 22, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T v- TENTH TSAR. Entered at the Post Office fn Lancaster, , as Second Class ilatter.l HUM BEX J LOUIS LAND RAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE Lovely Slippers 22, 1819. Sec ad for Lexington fair. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. at (sepsT Pretty Madras at Joseph's, MUCH FRESH N l AND BEAUTY Is to be seen among the VARIOUS GOODS IN STOCZ for making Shirt Waists. SUCH AS LAWNS, DIM ITIES, INDIA NANSOOKS, PIQUES, INDIA LINN ENS, PARIS MUS LINS, BATIS TES &c. You should also see our line of READY-MAD- E WAISTS READY-MAD- E ait SKIRTS. LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY jr. Get your Binder Twine at Gaine'(1 Shoes, Clothing and Summer dress A big crowd is expected in town goods greatly reduced for thirty days. Monday. New line belt buckles and fancy R. L. Jennings & Co Paint Lick. Joseph has the prettiest vlfne of goods this week. Thompson tSe Jeweler. I will be in my office, Thursday Hosiery in Central KentuckyJC County Court Monday. THE PROPOSE RAILROAD. Friday, Saturday of every week, and money to Iioan. Ladies, you shoHld see the pretty Lovely line of Percales at JosepuPfi on County Court day. Surveyors Now KhbbIhc FIh1 IWm On good real estate. For particu Parasols at Joseph's) jslisa j. LiUsk supt. CcwHty. Tk rough Gmrrara tf. lars apply at The Recoud office. Be sure to attend the Clearing Sale Wltalm Oar Grasp. It will not be long until July 4th. In Drv Goods and Notions, we carry at R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. Building as complete lShes as you can find any On that day the bigcookng range will As stated briefly in the last issue of A great Slaughter of prices for "next where. We know we can please .you be given away at Joseph If you want to buy aSiec Building Lot I can sell you one fromL to 4 acres The Record, the Southern Railway thirty days R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint in both qualityand price. T. ClUiEY. A Succeaa. cheap. . has a full corps of surveyors in Gar- Lick Ky. J. JosEPn. The supper given by the W. C. T. U. Found-Key- s. making a final survey for the new rard Save 331 per cent on your money by To Trustee. Tuesday night was a big success sociline. They located first at Burgin and buying drummer's samples at C. D Chain contains number of keys and It is very important that school ally and financially. Today, Powell's store. beer bottle opener. Owner can get Corner Lexington trustees come in and qualify at once. ran two lines to the river. same by describing property arid payThe Best on the Market. Thursday, they will pitch camp at street. The limit of time expires in afewdays, Buckeye Churns are War-ante- d. It Iloosier Corn Planters,Brown Cul- ing 50 cts. for notice. by law to appoint and I am compelled Bryantsville and work in Garrard. ExamlBatlon. Teacher. Disc Call and examine Elisa J. Lusk. tivators, Johnston Roller, iWringMowNotice. Tlie party has orders to run to Lan Examinations for white teachers will others. Harrows, Deering Binders and having the time to collect them, Not caster, and then by the most feasable be held in my office June 16 and 17. G. S. Gainep. ers. them. Republican Cauventlon. 23rd and I have loft my accounts in the hands route to Jellico, where their southern and for colored teachers the Chairman D. K. Cottier has called a of E. Brown for collection. All those Tickets In July 3. 24th. Elisa J. Ltjsk, Supt. mass convention of Garrard republiclines teiminate. All guesses on the Cooking Range at indebted will please call at his office, ans to meet in the Court House today Remeuibcr This. Joseph's must behanded m byMnn the Police Court room and settle at In an interview, the cheif engineer purpose J. 2 o'clock for the once and save cost. W. II. Lackey, All parties holding tickets on the (Thursday) at dav. Julv 3. TheVbig gourd said the connection between Burgin of svlecting delegates to the Lexing cut July 4 and theseed count by E. Brown, agent. 4t. construct, Cooking Range at Joseph's must hand ton convention July 12. 2 and Jellico was certain to be sure and bring in yqur tickets oi in their guesses on July 3rd. The Serves the News. ed, but just what route it would take range will be given away July 4th and Saxtoa'a Itllnatrela. Decoration Postponed. The Danville Advocate doubled its he could not say. One thing was cer- the tickets must be counted the night TnE Record received a letter from For several good reasons, the Knights size in order to give full and complete , and that, was Garbakd before. tainThe-safclKent Storm, manager of Saxton's of Pythias decided to postpone the reports of the Centre College comWOULD HAVE TO GIVE THE RIGHT OF Band, saying they would organize a decoration services until a future date. mencement and many other interestSsdJj Hurt. WAV. While working on J. C. Thenpson's mammoth minstrels next fall, and The ceremonies will probably be held ing matters in that city List week. wanted to open the Opera nouse in the Advocate as a Sunday, but due notice Being a When our people think of the many new residence, Mr. Lyman Ryan lost Lancaster. &i n&.njanager has yet a week from to a daily, and serves news will be given through the columns of his footing and fell a distance of fifby cit advantages to be derived while it is hot. It would be hard to teen feet to the ground. His hip and leased the house, its impossible to The Recoud. izens from this road, we do not believe arm were badly injured and will unfit make a date, but we hope arrange find two better newspaper men than ZtiglH.S he Cellars. ments to this end will be made. Sax are Bro's Woolfolk and Giovannoli. that any land owner, over which it him for work for some days. ;it to work A force of men were ton has the finest band in the south. BEAZLET & BAfJ&HHAH passes, will want more paythan the Colored Soldier, Attention! morning digging out the uc- Monday Taxes Due. actual damage to him. we do not Town taxes are now due, and prop A Paint Lick Enterprise. Regubris of the old opera house corner. The colored Regimci5 of the FUNERAL DIRECTORS, believe we have any citizens in the erty owners should come forward at Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by The cellars are being cleaned out, and lar Army are filling up very fast, a.'jd county who would gouge, especially once and settle. This has to be done Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting excavations made for foundations. there are only a few vacancies left. ZP-'CAVITY EM ready sale every where. Persons Messrs Ryan are getting things in All d colored men who can ARTERIAL when the money to pay for land is to and those putting it off too long will with who have used it say it's a marked hape to keep all hands going on the read, and all who desire to be made up among our own people. be put to extra expense BALMING a SPECIALTY. success and a sure cure for Fistula. two buildings, the carpenters and should call at once at the E. M. Walkeu, Collector. Not one penny of it will come off the Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge- biick layers alternating between the Recruiting Office in Lexington IHaaoulc Celebration. ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on two. Work on the hotel is progrpss- railroad company, as our people give Building, Main Street, near Carpets, &c. Kirksville lodge, F. and A. M., will a written guarantee, and money re- ng nicely and the contractors are con post office, Lexington, Ky. the right of way. The new constituap-lfident both buildings will be complet celebrate St. John's day Saturday. funded if not as represented, tion docs not permit our voting a tax BI:r Times at Stanford. ed, ere cold weather sets in. Speeches will be made by Hon. Jas. B. for this purpose, consequently the McCreary, Judging from the following item in Narrow Escape. Talbot Jackson, A. J. Pike Tuesday night, just before the Com- ."Wore Recruits Wanted tlicPhlllpInca the Lincoln Democrat, the people over W.McC JOHNSION, JOHN T. JOHNSTON nioney will have to be raised by pri- - tnd others, a bountiful dinner served The Recuting officer in Lexington there are going to elevate hades and Many men have and a pleasant day generally will be mercial Club met, Prof. Postel and ate subscription. JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON lias just received instruction from the and shove a log under it: signified their intention to contribute enjoyed. All Master Masons have been Raymond Ilaselden noticed "Stanford proposes to celebrate the from the City Court room. A War Department to enlist a number liberally, and there will be no trouble invit'ed. hasty investigation showed that a saw- jf white men for Infantry, Cavalry 4th of July this year in a manner Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, 81 25 to Cincinnati. in raising the money, provided no one to the day. It is proposed to dust spit box had become ignited from ind Artillery services in the Philip The L. & N., will sell round trip a cigar stub and had burned a hole in pines, ltiese men win oe sent to ban- - have a procession with traction and wants exorbitant, unjust and unreas LANCASTER, KY. onable prices for his land. As above tickets from Lancaster to Cincinnati the lloor. Instead of raising an alarm Francisco at once to connect with fire engines, hook and ladder companSunday for the low rate of $1,25. The the two gentlemen quietly procured r, Steam ship sailing the latter part of ies, bells ringing, whistles tooting, stated, we do not believe we have any Lagoon, Zoo, Baseball and many other couple of buckets of water and drown- this month. Now is the chance for floats with different business houses Jno.T.Hays, J.I.IIamiltojt. J.E.ttonisoi men in Garrard county so narrow-minde- d attractions in the city. You leave ed out the flame. Had they been ten you to make a trip around the world. represented, brass bands, a choir of 100 as to demand more money than a Lancaster depot at 2:52 a. m., arrive minutes later the fire would have beer rhis opportunity will only last a few voices, patriotic speeches, balloon Hays, Hamilton & thing is worth, simply because he be- Cincinnati at 7:30. Returning, leave beyond control, and our city court days and men wanting to join should assension, bicycle races, lire work?, lieves he has the upper hold and can Cincinnati 7:30 r. m., arrive home at building, and, in all probability, the ipply at the Recruting offices in Lex Japanese lanterns, etc. Look out for Attorneys anil Counselors at law midnight. Court House would have gone to ash- ington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or in the mammouth posters. Everything set his own figures. Steps are now be es. A saw dust spit box has often Somerset Ky. at once. LANCASTER, KY. free. Telephone Exchange Sold. ing taken to ascertain what each prop caused fires which were credited to Owing to his large practice, Dr. J. erty owner will do in the matter, and incendiaries and "spontaneous comB. Kinriaird has sold the telephone ex then work of raising the money will change, and it will be incorporated un- bustion." begin. Lancaster Telder the name Democratic Convention. Some people may think this road is ephone Co.," with A. H. Bastin, Dr. The Democratic county convention bound to come here. In this thought Kinnaird and James Maret directors. drew a tremendous crowd to town The enterprise still remains a local inou are sadly oft. The people of Gar stitution with some of our citizens Saturday, but everything passed off harmoniously The rard once thought they had the Cin connected with the property interests. backers of eachand pleasantly. gubernatorial candi cinnati Southern, and were so confi It is the intention of the company, to date were at work early in the day and dent that land owners put up exorbi make extensive improvements and fit some tall hustling was done. All were up the most complete tant figures, the citizens sat flat on sible. The enterprise exchangeof pos confident until noon, when it was wins is one the their pants and did nothing and the best our town has ever had, and justly pereo mat tne uoeoet nd atone men had a card up their sleeve. Chairman the people of Boyle hustled alittle and merits the support it receives. Geo. T. Farris called the meeting to got the road. Another case was when order at 2 o'clock and all hands were Beath of Wallace Kmbry ElklB. the L. & N. was built. The.people of A telegram was, received yesterday shown in the selection of permanent Boyle thought the road was bound to by Lancaster relatives announcing the chairman, the Goebel and Stone men come to Danville and refused to offer death of Wallace Embry Elkin, which voting for Mr. Farris. Several rous ing speeches were made, and the Har any inducements. The result of this occurred in Louisville Tuesday. He was the son of Garrard Elkin, din men made a strong fight to get inwas the company ordered its survey formerly of this county, who structions for their neighboring coun ors to run the line just close enough to left here several years ago and ty's man but the committee on resolu first-clas- s Danville for the people there to hear resided in Louisville. The fami- tions brought in a report recommend ing that the vote be divided equally the engine whistle, and the road was ly is widely connected in this and ad between Goebel and Stone. The foljoining counties. Young Elkin was built to Shelby City. well known in Louisville business cir lowing delegate s and alternates were Our people should awaken .to the cles, and was a man of energy and fine appointed: J. A. Doty, T. A. Elkin, J. I.Hamil importance of securing this line of business qualifications. The remains Richmond yesterday ton, Geo. T. Farris, Letcher Owsley road. It means two routes for freight were interred at go-b- y Thos. Dunn. The alternates are John and passenger travel toCincinnatiand afternoon. Burnside, R. E. McRoberts, J. E. Rob Louisville, beside a direct line to the Waterworks Meeting. inson, John M. Farra, T. Cole Gulley . A meeting of the City Council was and W. B. Burton. best coal and timber land in Kentuc expressions ky. Farmers can save enough in freight held Friday night to hear Owsley Hamilton. from the taxpayers regarding wateron their stock, grain, hemp, etc., to County Attorney Letcher Owsley works. The- feeling was unanimously more than pay their taxes, to say no in favor of putting in a plant, but and Miss Hallie Hamilton surprised thing of the money saved on coal and just how to go about ascertaining cost, their many friends Saturday evening lumber sent here from the mountains. was a question which required much by driving to Danville and being made OUR BLUE AND BLACK SERGE COATS AND VESTS WITH A NICE PAIR OF man and wife. The couple has been Now is the time to show your public discussion. It was finally agreed to quite devoted for sometime, and while LIGHT TROUSERS WILL MAKE YOU A NOBBY SUIT. advertise for bids, reserving the right spiritedness, gentlemen. If you let to reject any and all propositions. J. there was a general belief they would this opportunity slip by, never say C. Thompson and J. E. Stormes were marry, yet no one thought they would another word about high freight, poor appointed to attend to the matter, so completely steal the march. Late and the ad. appears in todays Record in the afternoon they engaged a sur connections or hard times. they - rey and buggy: As meeting of the Commercial Club and will also be sent to a leading eastA rn paper. It has been estimated that met Miss Florence Harris, and Messrs was held Tuesday night and a commit forty to fifty fire plugs will bo needed, Joe B. naselden and Owen Shugars. tee, consisting of Cap t. Herndonand These, together with the amount of The party went to Mrs. Kauffman's Son. R. .H. Tomlinson, was appoint water needed for private consumption and got Eld. George Gowen, who ac ed to follow the line of 'survey as it is will make a plant pay pretty well. It companied them to Danville and, ceremony. The entire party made, and see the land .owners imme was also decided at this meeting that said the then returned to Lancaster, where right to buy reserve diately to ascertain what they will the town 5, 10 or the years, which the the bride's motner served an elegant 20 is a plant in, ask for the right of way. As soon as mighty good idea. lunch. Mrs. Owsley is the youngest this is done, the Club will then go to The proposition to put in water- daughter of Mrs. Hamilton, propri Hamilton-House- . She is work to raise the money with which works is meeting opposition, just as tor of the beauty and many good damages. If a property did every other improvement we have young lady of pay the made. The electric lights, telephones, traits. Its needless for us to say any owner is unreasonable, the people can and, in fact everything else In the im- thing of Letcher, as everybody knov s take the matter into the courts and provement line, was drenched with him, and everybody is his friend. He let a jury determine the damage, but cold water, but those who hustle have has a bright future before him and we : hope the pathway of the as the money comes off our home peo become used to the kicking and it sincerely newly wedded pair will be strewn property owner will does not now amount to much. It ple, webelleve no begins to look like the .waterworks with rocfes. They have taken rooms be unreasonable in hte ckMaads. are'aa assured fact,11 and the more the at the Hamilton House. The bride Our cltiftepB have takes feoMi of tfte people investigate and think over the received a number of nice presents Mother and brothers, Jin matter the liaore enttinastlc they be- - from matter In earnest, and are going Clay, and Will, come, It M a bsiae6-likea- WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. we - all half-broth- able-bodie- Busi-Colle- ma-4-- tf Furniture, S Lancaster, Ky. smoke-comin- Bolta, A FEW ALL WOOL SUITS We are offering great 'bargains in suits at $7.50, 10, 12 and $15. These styles and patterns are entirely away from the ready made idea and outside of this store can only be had at the Merchant Tailor shops by paying double our prices. Wear one of these suits this season and you will give the Merchant Tailor the hereafter. They are sure to please. ONE OF OUR CRASH SUITS WILL KEEP YOU COOL AND HAPPY. MAKE YOU Our line of Colored Shirts at 50c knock out all competition. Our customers as well as our competitors are at a loss to know how we can give such great values in shirts at 50c. SEE OUR LINE OF CRASH HATS. THEY ARE STYLISH AND CHEAP. Great Bargains In Ladies Oxfords. hr -- y. V LOGAN rffVTVAT "P CPflttTl Vl!fllttAL( B.?jVjJXLJ THT VCCK XjOUIH LASDMU.it. LANCASTER, BY dler U all right, but joa want to make (pointed who gtyesllan Invitation to attend aad join in the celebration of uUtr4cks4wa.fromavioUat." St John'aday. Tiie Lincaifcer Band the census patronage in Kentucky will marshals to keep order. Ladles and be held up until the Republican State children are invited. Diner on the Convention has been held, after which ground for all, tree of charge. News comas from Washington Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. that will be on hand A full supply C Publisher. KENTUCKY. tHURlRiTUoKTEl. ITHKKB ( OKI TV1B, IM ADVAXCB " " " 1M O .25 only original Taylor men will be dorsed by Senator Diboe. A Narrow Kcape Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada TH Jl$3T.VY, June - 2, - 1899 E. Hart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my Tnn.fnrmnt.inn nf trusts trnfts trier- - lungs, cough set in and finally tcrmi ,11., J 11 Ull A O! that our UUVIUIS ,.t vin.v,. naiCCl in UOriSUm -UllOIl. If ennn. rtnnc H IIUU rob-oUUU 11 OWIIIU DkC me up, savins I could live but a f Th.Q3 to stop the evil, the people will soon lv fnrrvrl t mv Pvnrhitnnt. nrlrvs for SHOtt. time. 1 gave niyjxju up lu my .Tnct. rpp.oivprl :i Tnrrfff St.npJr nf thfi Vrv T.ntpst. flpslana in AT'ini'ln- '. gg Human system a neir to. mmk Pvorv nrMHA nsrd Tho niiftstion of savior, aeiermineu u x cuuiu uuu stay incrs Piittprn? rip.vrtr sold in this locality heforp. liavp tn Vu sppn tn hp Si Boards for sale M my lriuuus uu eurui. x wuuiu Lot of three-foo- t r. wVilob lc W1U1 v.o.b t ctnn tmotc appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to attracting much attention. These meet my absent ones above. My hus at S. Morgan's. the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French S. Morgan shinned two car loads of must, hfi hn.k-P- nn. and the oanu was aaviseu to get ur. iving s wimhins "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, For Sale by S attorney ew Discovery for Consumption Lambs to Cincinnati last week. sooner the better. The U. S. RE Mclloberts, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require Coughs, and Colds. I gave it a trial ceneral has said ifc is a matter with O. B. Perkins engaged 50 shoats Rotary Motion and a dainty Frame. When In Danville, call and see us and get our prices. l uascurea from John Cress for June delivered at which the trovernment has nothinr to "KK in an eignt Domes. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. An hut. rActc whniiu with thp stntos. me, ana manic uoa, 1 am savea ana 3i cts. Tills beine the case, the neoule should now a well and healthy woman.' Mr. Perry Ballard laid his corn by Sunday school is progressing nicely be verv careful in who thev elect as "lai ootues nee at it. x. iuunooens last week, the first we have known of at Scott's Fork. Tr. hue froniioiitlv UrUff btOre. ItegUlar SIZe tUC. ana to be laid by in ranrocont.at.Ifoe this vicinity. Lem Teater bought of MalindaPres- been the case that each party would $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded, S. Morgan sold to Mr. Bell, of Dan- ton a steer calf for $20. nominate men who have "worked". ville, one fat cow, also four to O. P, hard for their party but are kind of Several of the young folks from here Huffman, of Stanford, at 3i cts. misfits whom the leaders dont want went to Little Hickman to hear Rev. The Sunday school at Beazley's W. F. Neal, of Winchester. Sunday. Paint Lick lias no loafers, Everyin county offices. Thus they are plac school house is progressing nicely. We ed on the ticket to "satisfy" a certain body here hustles. Many are glad to hear that Miss cordially invite every one to attend element. Now, if the two parties pel The supper at Mt. Tabor, was Mary Leavel, has accepted our school Celery BACKACHE should never be neg at Scott's Fork and wish her much sist in nominating the great stccess and about forty dollars For sale by lected. It means kidney disorder success. people should get together and select realized. a good man for whom they can vote. Fish & Adams fistula salve is meet- which, if allowed to run too long will The protracted meeting will com Tli's thing of the people having to ing with a wonderful sale. It does result in Bright 's disease, diabetes or mence at Scott's Fork the fifth Sun stomach anything a few "bosses" see the work. otuer sonous and often ratal com- i";,,110:;- - nan"? f FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE nt to give them lias come to a point All the Masons hereabouts are pre fllalnl , uucsix-rwin uu uiu pruuciiiiig, assist iranteed for kidney disorder. where a halt should be called. If each paring to go to the big celebration at ed by Rev. Neal our regular pastor. county will elect a representative who C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Gives Kirksville Saturday. Mr. and Sirs. Tivis Preston and lit is a business man, and not a political We are glad to note that Master Paint Lick has been filled with Cecil "Bryan Brown is improving at tle daughter, Mattie Ray visited Mr. tool, the next general assembly can Henry Preston and family, of Beuna knock the trusts but if we drummers for several days. They sell this writing W. P. Deshon has pur I Miss Ethel Woodard Vista, Sunday are to sit idly by and see selected fel- many goods to our hustling merchants. chased a new surrey Miss Sallie of Hanly, Jessamine County, is the For relief and comfort in Asthma Adams has returned to her home at lows who don't know the alphabet, COUSSEN'S HONEY OF TAR has Paint Lick, after a pleasant visit to pleasant guest of Miss Blancho Mite "then no relief can be expected. chell this week We had a very nice Bepresentinff F ollowinn: Companies no equal. Price 25 and 50 cents relatives here Miss Dorcas Ander crowd at our fishlajr sartv second Sat C. C. & J. E. Stormes. ATTOItNEY GENKUAL GlUGGS, ill son, accompanied by Mr. Miloy Wal Low speaking about the situation in the Moore & Co., are thinking of run t'or nf Mi'f!i'i!irv ennnf. RfirnrrJiiw nnil urday afternoon. We had nice be- Aetna, havlor and all seemed to enjoy them We sell and recommend it. Philippines and the duty, of the Unit- ning their new wagon to Berea com Rnnrinv with m: Wniiio Queen, Mesdames Saceser and Mc- ed States in regard to the islands, mencement for accommodation of Bron near Lancsister. . . .Mrs. Rebec selves Palatine, Querry and daughters, Bessie and said: "The United States stands bound those of our people who desire ca Prewltt, of Richmond is visiting Gertrude, of Jessamine, visited .Mrs. National, to all other countries as the responsi tend. Mr. David Stevens and family Mr. T. F. Sanders and children Thursday ble sovereign of the Philippine islands. Hartford, Although the night trains are not W. B. Stone has returned home from Miss Lou Lane It can not, consistently witti ils In- scheduled to stop here, yet they are an extended visit through the Wes of her friends entertained a number Dilewaro, at her home second Sunternational obligations, or itsown self-- flagged down most every night by par- tern states Little Archie Paxton day Milwaukee, Mrs. Sallie Davis and children, respect, assuvne any other attitude. ties going and coming. The trains Traylor, of Lancaster, spent several Conneticut, uriTue to me lsianas ana to tne sov get a good patronage from this point. days last week with relatives in this of Little Hickman, Jessamine, visited Continental, her Father, Mr. Hampford Land last ereignty thereof is regular, valid and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ar Sunday What you want is not temporary re vicinity Miss Beatrice Sanders was Glens Falls, unimpeachable. To attempt to shift lief from piles but a cure to stay cur- nold and pretty baby, Cora Neil, of the guest of her Couisin. Misses Ben- German American, international responsibility to any 111 ed, DeWitt's Witch Hazel spent Sunday with her Salve cures Crab Orchard formed or partially formed insurgent Phenix of Brooklyn, parents Mr. and Mrs. Tho's Stone piles, and they stay cured. CAN SELL YOTJ government would be to shirk a resNew York Underwriters, Mr. O. r. II unman, or atanrord, was lm Stormes Drug Store. ponsibility solely assumed by this Wednesday Misses Liverpool & London & Globe. Our street improvements go merrily in our vicinity country and would subject the United McCarley and Sallie Adams North British & Merchautile on. We will soon have the best streets Nannie Suites not only to the ridicule, but to of any town in the county. Some of attended the Literary Society at the just contempt of all nations." streets had gotten to be pretty muddy Preacheisvillc Friday niht. Miss Aetna Llfelns. Co. of Hartforfl,Conii was appointed for one of the Do you feci like screaminer t'ust and if they had not been repaired Nannie President Mckinley is prancing judges in the debate. Subject, "Re- - before and during the monthly sick about the country on dress parade, would soon have been almost as muddy solved That Hope is a Greater Pleas ness? Are you easily irritated? Do as Lancaster's Public Square. and many columns are used by the you get the blues and wish some ure than Memory." While in town the other day we dailies to tell of his every move. Peo NOTARY PUBLIC, DeWitt's Little Early Risers acts as times you were dead ( ple clamber over each other to get a heard the citizens were talkingof buyIf your answer is "Fes" to any BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY a faultless pill should cleansing and ing a ferryboat to run on the Public glimpse of the high reviving the system instead of weak of these questions, you should lose and stand for hours in the broiling Square. Of course we don't have to ening. They are mild and sure, small no time in taking and. Land. Asent for pay to help keep up the Square, but us sun to get a peep at hi in. We and pleasant to take, and entirely free BRADFIBLD'S wouldn't walk ten steps to see the country folks bring you town folks in from objectionable drugs. They assist AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO FEMALE REGULATOR whole administration, from Mark a good many dollars, and don't like to rather than compet. Hannah down. The wandering Dago have to swim from store to store to lm it will overcome ano cure every Stormes Drug Store. and his bear are much more interest spend it. form of irregular menses, leucor- FIRE aid LIFE INSURANCE ing, and a circus parade eclipses it by rhoea, falling of the womb and Aside from the serious inconvenien far. other uterine trouble. ce and plain caused by piles, there is SPKINGFIELD $1 at Druggist. tendency to fistula and to cancer in THE BHADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Atlaata, Ga. Gov. Bradley has decided to send no the rectal regions. Pilesshould not be Walter Warren weighed his lambs more soldiers to Clay county at pres- allowed to run on unchecked. T A B to S. Morgan at 5c. INSURANCE COMPANY; tali and Mary Edith Roberts, of Jesent. His plan is to give Circuit Judge LEIt'S BUCKEYE BUG-BY- , OINT A. J. Thompson sold a nice cow to samine, last week Mrs. Frank Mont Eversole an opportunity to hold a spe MENT is an infallible remedy. Price gomery is very low at this writing EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Mrs. Eliza Holtzclaw for $35. cial term of court, and if there is no im 50 cts. a bottle, tubes 75 cts. Mr. Hiram Ray, of Buckeye, had a very OF NEW YORK. provement in the condition of affairs Mr. Sol. Rigslcy sold a nice saddle C. C. & J. E. Stormes, RDATJ-WAGD- N bad attack of choleramorbin, whil horse to Thomas Dishue for $70. to call an extra session of the State Burnam & Rucker's large mills are at Mr. James II. Ilanoy's looking at Robinson & Hamilton Agts Legislature. The Legislature would bought a nice some Richard Robinson running at full tilt now from C a. m. to stock last week and was unable be asked to pass laws conferring auth i m., Office ovei Post Office. to go home for several days, bub is OR i. and yei they can hardly keep horse from F. F. Cumins for $32.50. ority on the Governor to appoint a up with their many orders. :: : Kentucky This is Sam Ballard sold to J. L. McCarley some better at this writing.... Miss Lancaster, Judge witli power to summon a grand one of the best managed mills 32 lambs which averaged 82 lbs. at 5c. lSulan .Pollard, or JJanville, lias been in Ken you Are Going North, jury from distant counties. lucky. With years of experience, la Mr. Dave Anderson is painting his spending several weeks with Mrs. Mol test improved machinery and skilled house all new whicli adds much to its lie Fain Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crutch You Are Going South, As was expected, Admiral Dewey help, the clever owners have justly appearance. held and children visited tne hitters has declined to accept the home of won the reputation of making the best Mr. Dave Thompson had the mis- - sister, Mrs. Sallie Raney and children If You Arc Going East, fered him by a lot of ilour in Kentucky. Our people are fortune the other dav to cut his foot at Lock iNo. 8, bunday James ban- tic admirers. In tins he shows his very proud of the Paint Lick mills. llers llils returned from Frankfort, witli an ax: You Are Going West- sound sense. The Admiral now places was on business It. i ,:..! If your sight is blurred with specks rr,u fi,t where he Mrs. called Manford has last another feather in his cap by sug re Emma PURCHMC TICEtTS VIA TNK gesting that the money raised for this and spots iloating before your eyes, or some of the farmers will not attempt week.... turned home from a few weeks visit you have pains on the right side under to cut It at all. iiurnose be used in establishing a home at her mothers, Mrs. James Littrell the ribs, then your liver is deranged, for disabled sailors. Mr. J. C. Fox our enterprising trad and other relatives. and you need a few doses of HER er is said to have the best piece of Lexington gets the captured Span BINE to regulate it. Price 50 cents wheat in the county. W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., says EDUCATION C. C. & J. E. Stormes, forty years I havo tried various isli cannon whicli was alloted to Ken There has been near 2,000 barrels of "For la absolutely necessary to the yonng Cough tucky. All "Keiituekians rejoice in man or young woinsu who would wlu corn sold from this neighborhood in cough medicines, One Minute LOUISVILLC A NASHVIUK R. R. Lexington's good luck. That is one Cure is best of all." It rolieves instant .succesj In life. This being conceded side of the last six weeks. get your training at the school that atrauiU In the very front rank ly and euros all throat and lung trou t Is of first Importance to of the best cities within our borders, J. A. Shear, of Sedalia, Mo., savde blcs. Her people are energetic, sociable Mrs. Emily Prewitt, of this vicinity, THE BRYANT & STltATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE lost a very fine cow on the 11th valued his child from death by croup by using lm Stormes Drug Store. and hustle at all times for improve The Maximum . Safety, One Minute Cough Cure. It cures LOUISVILLE, KY. nient. It is seldom you hear of trou at 850. Seven experienced teachers, each one a spclalit In his line Work has begun on the Freedom coughs, colds, pneumonia, la grippe ble of any kind over there. The Maximum Graduates ol tuU colli go preferred by business house. Write for Speed, SHORTHAND, Baptist church, and in.a short time it and all throat and lung troubles, a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying Sormes Drug Store lm Vromiiieut positions all over the United State It will be mailed ioyoi'KKEE. Kentucky at present has two evil will have on a new dress. The Maximum Comfort, TELEGRAPH Y. day at Green Briar The childrens Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff of which bid fair to destroy what gocd Clouso bought three hogs from Jake name the dear old state may have Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the Springs was well attended "and the Ebb Pointer for $5.50. The Minimum Rates. left. They are the mountain fueds United States should discover the vir exercises very interesting. CIousc and Coldlson sold a lot of a yoke of oxens to hogs to Fox and Lawson for $3.35 per Jno. Cress sold and Louisville politics. Of the two, tue of DeWitt's Witch nazel Salve for Kates, Time and all other laformatioa win we have a better opinion of the for- piles, rectal troubles and skin diseases, John Holtzclaw for $112.50, also a fat hundred.be cheerfully furnished by cow to B. F. Robinson for 31. mer, as it takes bravery to use guus the demand could not be supplied, There will be preaching at flood C. P., ATMORK, a. p. A., Stormes Drug Store. Richard Pettus who has been at- Hope Saturday and Sunday by - the and pistols, but any coward can buy lm Or by XOOXBVIIXE. Xt. votes, use whiskey and pull wires. Mrs. Emily Jones is in Madison tending school at Lebanon, and his pastor Rev. A. J. Pike. county visiting Mrs. Thomas Hendrcn, Sister, Miss Rcnda who has been vis ORGANIZED 188S. Mrs. Margarettc Gibbs and baby noN. W. J. Buyan, the great silvei her daughter. The old lady is 79 years iting at the same place has returned visited her mother, Mrs. E. II. Walold, and next to the youngest of eleven home. leader, nas accepted the invitation to ker, Sunday last.... Mr. Eddy Walker CITIZENS NATIONAL BAM, come to Richmond, extended him re- children. She and one brother are all Jr., has boon spending several days U oflahoabtei.it. cently at LouisiIIe by the Madison that are left, the brother being 7G. with his uncle, Mr. Wade Walker, of No More County Bimetallic Club through its When they have passed to the great Mr. Lee Anderson and Richmond committee.Gov. McCrcary, Hon.,W. beyond, It will be the last of the old $50,000 Capital,, -wife visited at Mr. James Bell's Sun TRY B.Smith and President Geo. M. Will-gln- stock of Simpsons, who helped to hue day. Surplus Panel 10,000 down an immense amount of timber He will deliver a speech, and The tobacco men complain of the the time selected is early in October. iu the early part of the 19th century. cut worms, destroying their tobacco. BUSINESS SOLICITS). Madison Lodge, No. 183, F. and A. Tipton has resigned as ed - M. at Kirksville, will celebrate the Fhench HAS NATURE WARNED YOU 7 Oareful and Prompt Attest tla Q remised tor of the Richmond Pantagraph: his 24th day of Junebyhavingafestivalat Natara herself clad U the early srarbi of cpriBr. dIomobu lortu trees ana nowers caauar I. X. BieeiHAOTKAM revenue duties demanding most of his or near the village. The Hon. Jas. T. ...Fresldea to Tib rate to tie despondent chord springtime andthis; the bow do Lbwu Y. Lxayxix..... ....... Y most delirhtf nl of all, attention. Mr. Tom C. Adams has McCrcary, Rev. A. J. Pike, of Broad- yon feel? . Hare yon'tkat tired shaky' feellatr. been placed in the harness and wili head, Tolbert Jackson, of Richmond, x j puuiu .,.s.....Cashle inexorerannerox wuiu,nauru una warning B. r. Btjdsom...... FeTer? If so, yon must not pass this wield the editorial quill on, the Panta- will make speeches touching on Ma Assistant Caah.'i as It Is an indication of sickness; Tarold this; 7.0, Riumkt.. consult us as our advice costs you nothing. CD. Wiiiu graph. Goodbye, French. Howdy, sonry, and probably others as well pos Books ee pet Call and gee Celebrated Wago Call on your draggist and proenre a bottle of ted will also address the audience. It Tom. Dr. Carlstedt's German IfWer Powder, Take WE GUAItMKTEEB CURE. one dose a day at bedtime for flu days; then was suggested at the last lodge meet follow by procuringbottle of Yucatan Chill DIRXCTOM:' Tonic, following the directions and after two Dwi't Tdt m a. x iddleu b Convention was ing that some two ar three voting la you weeks course of these two SukttHut: recently held, many taking dies have essays suitable for the occas will feel like the flowers look ia.the tprfag. J. X. BlMIVBOTBAJf ,. laiti Y. LXATBfJn Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season ' part. It would have been a pleasure ion. Lancaster, Berea, Paint Lick T.3f.AmaoLr when the atmosphere is full of germs. If J. .Job-mfully c IntMtYVCATiH. PMQg, QC, necessary and when your system warns you, J.C.Akoi.d, to listen to the fiddlers, for they make and Richmond Lodges are expected to B. P. nuMoa.'. repeat the absre. These Remedies ia stack mm mn3A inspiring music. They thing to avoid meet with them and take part'; ruix.QiiM, . J.J.Wauub s fid- on arrangements have" been ap- McBoberts, JAOO Y. ftOBIXSO. Jsthe "violinists." A i 'EMcRoberts. A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symp tom of disordered liver, as it springs from biliary poisons retain 3d in the blood, which destroys energy, cheerfulness, strength, vigor, happiness and life. HERBINE will restore the natural functions of tin liver. Price 50 cts C. C. & J. E. Stormas. German Fox Jlvl This is now the most been recently equipped with G-allevy. f r-Ky., having II j INDIGESTION ''JBfe 1 Sweeney. ic- - Price, 25 Cents. 5 mH nTlKSite- n .P E.TST. DANVILLE, Gallery in Central Th.9 Marvelous An&stimate Lonsos The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies A Lonses FLATTER. Stone. Ball Bearings. Paint Lick; See our Paine's Beautiful Line OP block-head- s, Arnold Lancaster, Kentucky Compound R, KINNAIRD, Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS BestOuality. sky-hig- Strength. Prices w SEf R. E. M' ROBERTS LILLARD & STOUT, DANVILLE, KY. NERVOUS WOMEN Paint Wall Tintings J. X. DUNN ,Stoiof Cheapar than any House in this Section. muck-a-niuc- Stock was laid in before prices advanced. Somthing Everybody Wants Preachersville. FIEEAMMAKINE PILE SURREY, ANY KIND OF VEHICLE If Cheaper than Any Place in Central Ky, -- Also Best Rubber Tires Mannfactured If Manse- W. J. ROMANS. A BUSINESS Flatwood. of of of of BOOK-KEEPIN- - Shakes. Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 thi at - Jr4tMt . Com-mit- J. It Warrant an tr first-clas- CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY Jne 22, - X89j OLD SOL Sends his Hot Rays But we can help you Prepare for Them, f If you have not supplied yourself with Light- -' weight Clothing, come to us. "We will Help You Out of II TIGHT PUCE J WAKE To the YOU SHOUID . i - Fact that our Line of Underwear is Ele- gant. Our Shoes are beauties and MMMIMOCM00 0MM8t80M0006tM00tMM09 Miss Sallie Richmond Register: Nave, of Lancaster, and Roe Clark, of MissRella Arnold is visiting rela of Stanford, are visitors of Miss Mat-ti-e tives in Stanford. Shifliett. . . .Misses Dorcas Leavell, Miss Anna Noel, of Danville, is and Florence Burnsides of Lancaster, are the guests of Miss Dorcas Francis. visiting in this vicinity. Mr. John B. Brewer, of Lebanon, Miss Hackney, of London, is visiting was in town Monday. He was looking her aunt, Mrs. Wm. "Ward. unuasually well. For several years Miss Bessie Burnside has returned B. was engaged in business here, from several days visit to Lexington. Mr. and made friends by the score. He Mrs. W. J. Ard, of Cincinnati, is the travels now and "makes" Lancaster guest of the Misses Dooley. frequently. Ed. Gaines has returned from a Stanford Democrat: "Some of the pleasant visit to Shelbyville. ladies were so enthusiastic about Hon. Miss Margaret Dooley spent last R. H. Tomlinson's speech, in which was so much food for contemplative week with friends in Danville. minds, that they said to one of the Mrs. T. J. Hatcher and family are committee of arrangements: "Keep Wayne county. visiting friends in Mr. Tomlinson over here all the time Mr. Turley and sister, Miss Bessie, and let him preach for us." are guests of Miss Amy Davidson. The Lexington Herald says: Miss Mrs. R. C. "Warren, of Stanford, has Betina Anderson, who has been stay been visiting Lancaster relatives. ing in this city the past winter with Miss Mae Z. Hughes has returned her sister, Mrs. W. T. Browning, and following her profession, which is that from several days visit to Stanford. of an artist, will leave this week for Miss Clara Hann, of Texas, is visit her home in Lancsvster, to spend the ing Mr. T. B. Robinson and family. many summer. Miss Anderson's Mr. Hackney and wife, of Louisville friends and admirers, personally and professionally, will be glad to learn ire visiting at the Hamilton House. that she expects to return here next Miss Nellie Johnston has returned September and resume her work. She from a visit to Nicholasville friends. is a charm i ng and esti mablc young lady, Robert Davidson has returned from and a talented and painstaking artist. the law school at Staunton, Virginia. The fifth annual contest in elocution Mrs. Mattie Frisbie has returned in which eight young ladies from eight from a visit to Danville relatives. different towns were selected as the Miss Mary Kuykendall, of Marks- - contestants, was held at Stanford on bury, is the guest of M iss Lottie Bettis. the ICth inst., and it was decided suc cess. Miss Mary (Joyle or Kicnmond Miss Abbie Appelwell, rf Fort Wor took first prise, while Linda Roberts Texas, is the guest of Mrs. Lizzie of Danville carried off second prize. th, Rice. M ss Marie Griffin of Lexington, daugh Mrs.. J. T. McRobcrts and son, of ter of Jas. Griffin, formerly of Lan the Amphean Covington, are guests of Mrs. Jno. M. caster, represented Literary and Commercial Society of Logan. a Lexington business college, was Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gaines, attended the most popular favorite on all sides, the convention at Mt. Sterling the and while she did not win, she can not past week. in the broad sense be said to have lost. Col. W. S. Fergurson is here this Miss Elline Hiatt, of this county: was .veek superintending the harvest of his a leading favorite among the audience wheat crop. and many picked her as the winner. Mr Fisher Gaines, of Danville, is Messrs Beazley and Mcnefee are to be isiting her parents, Mr. Theo Currey congratulated upon the great success if the entertainment. md wife. -- PEfiSOKflli.j GenaDunlap, Massy Denny, Margaret Davis. Lexington Gazette. Stanford Journal: Misses Sella, Lancaster, and Jean Dick, cf Crab Orchard, spent several days with the Misses Fish.... Mrs. Dr. I. S. "Wesley, of Lancaster, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sympson. Bryantgyille. a few nice trimmed hats and sailors that I will close out very cheap, regardless of cost. Mrs. A. S. Haselden. Mrs. Kate McGinnis died on the 16th and funeral services were held at Plescant Grove church, where she was interred. Little Samuel Hallum is quite sick at this writing. . . .Miss Lizzie Thompson, from your town, has returned to her home, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Simpson, whom she has been visiting the past week Elder Allen spent Saturday with J. B. Leavell Mrs. Joe Bryant, who and family spent the winter with his sisters in Indiana, has returned home much imR. L. Jennings of proved in health Paint Lick, visited his sister Sunday, and attended preaching at Pleasant Grove Misses Georgie Dunn and Jennie Higgins spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Dr. Armstrong Misses Jennie Burnside and Campbell, of Nicholasville, have been the guests of the Misses Dunn the past week Will Smith is visiting his daughter S. D. Jennings, of Danin Danville ville, visited hlsbrother.Dr. Jennings, Miss Lulu Sunday, at the Lock Burk, of Pain,t Lick, was the guest of her aunt, Sunday Miss Mittie Dunn will visit Miss Lulu Burk next week.... Mr. Mit Elliott is with his brother, Dr. Elliott. .. .Mrs. Mollie Danse, of Louisville, after spending several weeks with relatives here, has returned to his home.... Miss Dasie Callus, of Danville, and Miss Pearl Hill, of your town, will be the guests of Mrs. Taylor Burdett, next week. Robert Collier and his best girl, of Danville, visited in this community last week. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Bur dett visited in Danville, Monday Sam Haselden made a business trip to Lexington, Saturday. Any Old Sore. Cut, Bruise, or Sprain quickly heal ed with Banner Salve the greatest healing remedy in the world. '.). C. & J. E. Starmcs. I have Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; tha rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS any remedy euuai to Dr. fell's Pine-laHooey. It gives quick and permanent relief well as ccaslis and colds. It make weak I nun stroos. Sir. M. A. MctotUe, VedaciA.Kjr. Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sixes BE SURE YOU GET la grip Dr. Bill's Pin-Tar-ion- iy Mt. Hebron, Harvesting is in full blast. ing slowly. Mrs. Thomas Hasty is dangerously ill. at Bourne. A new school house is being erected Marksbury. II. D. Aldridge sold to B. F. Rob inson 20 lambs, average 75 lbs, at five cents per lb. Cyrus Daly sold to same at same price, 13 lambs, average 80 pounds. A number of people in this community were very much disappointed Sunday. They went to Lancaster with the expectation of attending the K. P. decoration and hearing a go d speech; but the town looked as if deserted. They suppose the citizens were slumbering. The members of the Fork church accepted Rev. W. M. Kuykendall's resignation at their church meeting Saturday, and extended a unanimous invitation for him to remain until after the Association, which convenes in August. He will deliver his farewell sermon the first Sunday in July. Mr. Wickliffe Durham, of Corbin, is visiting his brother, George Durham. Miss Mary Kuykendall is spending this week with Miss Lottie Bettis, at Lancaster Charley Durham and sister, Miss Carrie, spent Sunday with , friends at Kirksville Mrs. of Lexington, spent lasl week with her sister, Mrs. T. M Broaddus John Swope left Friday. for Middleburg, to attend to his wheal crop at that place Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson, of Buckeye, spent Sun day with their father, T. K. Sutton Wesley Wallace, of McCreary, attend ed church at the Fork Sunday, and visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Long Mrs. Wm. Lear and pretty littU daughters, Bessie Mae and Susanna, spent Friday with Mrs. Charley Denman at Nicholasville Miss Anna Pollard attended church at Hubble. Sunday, and visited Miss Minnk Bourne, at Hedgeville, much to tin delight of a certain young geutlemai. in that neighborhood. Jennie-Murphy- W. D. Scott sold a lot of hogs to J. B. Bourne at 3ic. Mis. Lucy Montgomery and G. W. Thompson delivered their lambs to James Parks at 5c. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Hasty, was buried at Hebron last Sunday. James Crawford, who had a mare stolen some time ago found her at Harrodsburg, and also found the rogue that stole her. Employees at Lock No. 8, were get ting a long nicely, and had commenc ed laying stones Thursday, when the coffer dam gave way and considerable damage was done; causing some of the employes to get a few days rest. Ernest Montgomery has purchased a new wagon. Mrs. Marian Montgomery is improv- - Miss Bettie Oliver is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. D. Upton. ...Miss last week Messrs. Samuel Duncan and Caleb Johnson were in Jessamine harvesting last week Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Montgomery have returned from a visit to relatives at Bohon, Mercer county Miss Mollie Crawford and Yallie Duncan are visiting at High Bridge Misses Lizzie Thompson, of Lancaster, Mary and EflieKing, of Bryantsville, Allie and Leavy Dunn and Nellie Bourne, of this place, spent Saturday at Lock No. Wesley Willis, of Tennessee, eight arrived here Saturday, and he and wife, who has been with her bruthcri E. Lawson, a few weeks, have returned to their home. A. E. Scott and Master Norvin Duncan made a business trip to Burgin, I. are: a solid comfort. 00tMMM Little Miss Georgie Barnes Doty, of Lexington, is visiting her aunt, Miss Lena Bright. Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Ca'nes. lave returned from a visit to Danville relatives. Miss Helen Thurmond, of Stanford, is spending several weeks with Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Mr. Graham Price and wife, of Danville, are guests of his Mrs. Sasan Price. grand-mother, Cured When Otliera Failed. S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y. Writes. My wife suffered from kidney tfMfetWe can fit you out For your trouble for years. She consulted several physicians and tried a number of Ividney Cures without getting relief. She was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure and in less than a week after she began using it, she was greatly improved and three bottles cured her. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Owsley have been visiting Mr. J. W. Poor and wife in lower Garrard. Mr. A. H. Rice and wife left Mon Jay for Nashville, where they will will spend the summer. Miss Nannie Hare and sister, of Nicholasville, are visiting their sister, Mrs. McClelland Johnson. Miss Lelila McKee arrives Friday to spend a day or so before leaving for Europj. Danville Advocate. Miss Eugenia Bush gave a dining Sunday in honor of her guest, Miss Tevis Carpenter, of Stanford. Prof. Darnaby, of Lexington, and Tohn Baptist, have been Elder Geo. .rowen's visitors the past week. Miss Louise Kauffman has returned .'rom Richmond, where she has been ittending school the past session. Mrs. George Farris and daughter, Louise, have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs. Elbert Smith, in Jellico. Mesdames John Cotton and Tom Shelton, of Boyle county, are visiting Mrs. W. A. Berkele, at her father's. The Danville Alvocate says Dr. Donal 1 McDonald and wife have come to Danville to live and are with Mrs. Messick. Mr. John Doty and Miss Jennie Burnside have returned from several days' visit to Miss Letitia Brown, in Lexington. Teaching Boys a Trade. it that there is such a repug nance on the part of parents to put ting their sons to a trade? A skilled mechanic is an independant man. Go where he will his craft will bring him support. He has literally his fortune "Why is Here is one of those who are either so prejudiced against all advertised remedies, or have become discouraged at the failure of other medicines to help them, and who will succumb to the grim destroyer without knowing of the wonderful value of Foley's Honey and Tar for all Throat and Lung STOB3IES DRUa STORE August &, Summer Visit. vwnnr -v www www w w v w w wwww VVVjP a"' BntrWv"BV We can Dress the Fat Man so to keep him Cool and Happy Make It To see 4 A Point A our Handsome line of Hats. "We have a complete stock of the celebrated John B. Stetson hats the best in world. teravisit to Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Jordon, af Mr. Jamas Pumphrey and family, have returned to their home in Nicholasville. We study to Please our 4k 4k Patrons, and give you the Best Values for Least Money. X L. Frohman & Co i, W GLOBE. JL THE I III, WW ttf fipi.I s Grratent Mr. 11. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken S. C. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head. On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest Bljod and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon lef him. He says this grand medicine Miss Tevis Carpenter is being en- is what his country needs. All Amertertained by Miss Eugenia Bush this ica knows that it cures liver and Kid-ne- y troubles, purifies the blood, tones week. She is a beautiful young lady and is very popular with the society up the stomach, strengthens the nerFranohise For Sale. ves, puts vim, vigor and new life into folks. musclo, nerve and organ of tho A franchise for waterworks for the city of Mrs. Lewis Phillips, of Lancaster, body. City Lancaster. Kj.. will bo sold visitid Mrs. Letcher Sanders, last need It. If weak, tired or ailing you rooms, in said city, JulySi, at iheat 10 Council 1899. o'clock Every bottle guaranteed, week. . . .Tommle Welch Sanders is A. x. to the highest and best bidder. Water to 50 cents. with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. only Druggist. S6$ byK. E. McRob- be furnished from Dix river, miles di.t.int Tho city will contract for fifty hydrants for J. W. Glass, in Garrard county. Nich- erts, term of twenty year. The city reserves th olasville Journal. v ' Governor Bradley has remitted the right to reject any and all bids. The city also sA Miss Elizabeth EttU has a house lmposetl OO. ton.or twenty year, a. itee proper. Specj: party at Elmhurst this week. Her II UIUUI Cummins, of Garrard oa m in Mayor's oSce, Lancaster, WWWWf convicted of ca I Lee McCano, Mary Graham,' deadly weapons, ,Liule J,E.8xoxm, Com'Ue Ket-d- , 4k Miss Lula Graham, who has been with Miss Lilly Noel this season will leave the last of next week, for her home in Glendale, Ohio. Rev. J. I. Wills, of Garrard county, was here this week en route to the big Baptist meeting at Mt. Sterling. Winchester Democrat. Casey Owsley, "of Lexington, Wm. Owsley, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Embry, of Nicholasville, attended wedding last Thursr the day. Poor-Owsl- ey in his own hands. He need ask favors of none. Yot ambitious parents ambitious that their sons should "rise in the world" as they say are more willing that they should study for a pro fession, with the chances of even mo derate success heavily against them, or running the risk of spending their manhood in the ignoble task of retailing dry goods, or of toiling laboriously at the accountant's desk, than learn a trade which would bring them manly strength, health and independence. In point of fact, the method they choose is the one least likely to achie ve the advancement aimed at; for the supply of candidates for positions as "errand boys," dry goods clerks, and kindred occupations, is notoriously overstocked; while on the other hand, the demand for really skilled mechanics of every description, is as notoriously beyond the supply. The crying is for need of this country skilled labor: and that father who nog lects to provide his son with a useful trade, and to see that he thoroughly masters It, does him a grievous wrong, and runs the risk helping, by so much, to increase the stock of idle and dc pendent, if not viciuus, members of society. It is stated in tho report of the Prison Association, lately issued, that of 14,590 prisoners, confined in the penitentiaries of 30 States, in 18G7, 77 per cent., or over 10,000 of the number had never learned a trade. The fact conveys a lesson of profound interest to those who have in chargo the training of boys, and girls too, for the active duties of life Ladies'.Floral 9, 10, Lexington Horse Show, Fair, Carnival Away in II and!2, 1899. BIGGEST THING EVER INAUGURATED IN THE SOUTH. - $25,000 Given Purses and Premiums FOR LIVE STOCK. AMUSEMENTS: 5 A Filehtful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni ca Salve, the best in the world, wil. kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulceis Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erui tions. Best Pile Cure on earth. Onlv a box. Cure guaranteed. SoK by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, lm Diving Elks, Diving Horses, High Bicycle Dive,' Guideless Wonders, 5 Bucking Elks, $ Driving Elks. The World's Fair Midway Rivalled With All the Objectionable Features Eliminated. For catalogues, premium lists, entry blanks and all Information, address, E. W. SHANKLIN, Secretary, Ky. Railroads. Notice to Trustees. Under instructions from the State Superintendent two Trustees wen elected in each School District ir Garrard County last October; the one receiving the greatest number dftvotet: to qualify as the regular trustees 01. July 1 1890, and the one receiving next to the greatest number, to qualify at once to till a vacancy supposec to be then existing. Since that elec tion the Court of Appeals has decided that there was no vacancy at thai time, but that the old Trustees hold over one year longer. Hence, the man receiving next to the greatest vote qualified through mistake and was, in reality, never a Trus ee. Therefore the one who received the GREATEST NUMBER OF VOTES at the Octobei election will be recognized by me a the legal Trustee for the ensuing term and he will accordingly qualify.' some time during the month of June. 3t. Eltsa J. Lusk. Co. Supt. ; C Lexington, .j Excursion Rates on All Florida" Havana Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. The Traia Service is perfect in detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours Cincinnati to VBSsSBBBSBBaa Havana. TW.ttbKJaas JSANTIACO ImmWf Minim 'aS?. M.' ev-jr- ClTirtnnm. Srfn,!.!, counJ-ieatio- Give us a trial nn Jnb Work, I That Tlirobblug Hettilache. Would quickly leave you; if you used. Dr. King's New Life Hills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their PICK-UP- S. Sick I am standing a nice Jersey Bul nt metchless merit for make and Nervous 3 31.00 cash. rm25tfl Tf . L. pure blood Headaches. They XL Elv and strong nerves and build up your It Is estimated that $3)G50,0' o will health. Easy to take. Try them. uuuicu ju sttiKus ana pr rses for Only 25 cents. Money back if not BRADLEY MEANS BUSINESS. Ibkcbbobs, Bat Precise. 1IRS. TOM BAKER. trotters and pacars this year cured. Sold by R. E. McEob ertsDrug "Are you the defendant in this case?" Is Determined to Restore Joe Trayer, of toxins ,n. wtiwa gist. lm and Settle la The Governor She, Will Talto Her Children asked the judge sharply. l'eace in Clay County RegardBowerman Bros.' ofcr "Xo, suh;" answered the $4,000 for his the Indian Territorj-- A J'caceful less of Cost. In t lay County. Colt, Thftvamp, by Jay 314c Lambs are brisk at 5 cents, prisoner. "I has a lawyer ter do de Outlook and yearlings wethers at 4cts. Mr. I'se de man dat done stole de Ky., June 18. Gov. rnru. FitASKFonr, Louisville, Ky., June 31. It. B. LuA carload or wastr ;rn Abardean-- n- - Gooch, of Virginia, bought a car load nhticles." Washington Star. a Brad'cy has not the power to declare cas, of Manchester, who is hero as of mules at from $90 to $120. LexinClay, ?us cattle, Her Promise. delegate to the democratic convention, martial law in the county of averaging 1,503 pound gton Gazette. "And when I'm gone." he, trembling, cried, where a reign of tcr.ror exists as the re- vvere recently sr ,d jn the Chicairo d feud is at an say: the you remember me?" If you are interested in horses, you "Will the weary girl replied; will," end. He says that Mrs. Tom Baker sult of the assassination of Tom Baker market at Si 70 per hundred. should subscribe for the American "I"Just try it once and see." has decided to po to her father, who last Saturday, but he intends to restore 400 pourjd hog has gone forever. Stock Farm, Lexington, Ky. The The Chicago Dally News. of cost. The is a prominent farmer in Indian ter- order there, regardless and tha uso cotton seed oil for lard price is $2.00 per year, but you can seNOT WITHOUT DEFENSE. ritory. She will take her children governor received a letter Friday after Is resnonsjole for it. Lard can be cure it from now until January 1, 1900 iver-sol- e juugo noon l;cm with her. grown more cheaply on a cotton plan- - for $1.00, if you will mention denying that he had, as rethis paDr. Lucas declares that the men who kuuiuii in jjjxie than on a hog. per when writing. mar30tf have been corraled and armed in the ported, adjourned court at ManchesTo cure piles, stkikk The farmers are realy getting behind mountains have lad down their ter bceau-- of the fear o. personal viothe hoot The judge says that court was that's the way. DeWitt's Witch na- on the score of humance treatment of weapons and returned to their homes lence. and to their work. A tetter and moro adjourned because he realized that zal Salve sTitiKES the koot it re horses. The city horsemen of all classsecure feeling prevails throughout tho justice could not be meted out with moves the cause quickly and pennan es now lead the way in abolishing the section. Kveryhody affairs in such chaotic condition. lie ently. Don't squander time and money cruel check rein and the useless blind te now appears to be satisfied to let tho says that he will hold a special session in a vain elrort to remove the effects. bridle. The handsome carrage teoms, heavy draft horses, express and cab Stormes Drug Store. law take its course, and the members in Ciay within the next few weeks. Ini Kentucky breeders have furnished animals almost universally have the of the factions are disposed to have The troops will probably be sent back then. 10 young througlibred peace. for export to free use of their heads and eyes. The If order can not be restored and England during the past month. humane societies have had much to do Leading citizens, who have taken no part in the feud, are now endeavoring those under inaiciment tried, a special Thoie taken contained nearly all witli this. to get the Whites, Howards, Bakers, s.'ss'.on of the legislature would be the American-breknows a farmer who An cx2h.m blood. l'hilpots and others involved in tho only icinedy. Under tht present Kenplants onions and potatoes sn alterAt a public sale of do all tucky law the governor cm not even held by Benjamine Shorthorn cattle nate row.j, tha pnion? bjin j so strong lighting to agree that they will Whitsitt & Son on in their power to prevent further appoint a spocial judge until the regu- June 1st at Preemption, 111., 22 femal that they bring tears to the eyes of bloodshed. These men are said to tako lar iudgc has refused to sit and the es averaged $110; lu bulls averaged the potatoes in such voluntas that the kindly to this idea and when each fac- Mriiit 1irlr nntlfipc Tiim tVint. t.lin n.pm- roots of the viner are kept moist and have fai ed to elect. In B102,50; a total average of $110,20. tion is assured that no cue of its sido bers of the lar like to read you roetliiifj Now price of hogs still remain about a gig crop raised in spite of the drou- my latest poem. I'd county the circuit clerk is a mem The will receive harm at the hands of the Clay ght. The same farmer has a scheme enemy, it is thought peace will be per- ber of the White faction, and, if Judge the same. Goo J hogs always bring a Girl You're mistaken if yon think! liver clc should decline to sit, he iood tigure. From the market reports, for raising custard pies by crossing the can't swim. manently restored. Blaetter. egg plant with the wi Ik weed. After ly have the selection of. farmers should begin to realize would t.rr.ctica at this all he hardly equals the Jcllico man FATAL SEOOTING. A his successor. If an extra session time, that a poor pig is dear at any who crossed his honey bees with light- We have a number of were held the county of Clay would price. Brothers Morta ly Won .dcd by a Man, either bj abolished and divided up ning bugs so they could see to work at You get up in the morning tired, a night. Livingston Colonel. BeautiM Hats bo Escaiisd 1 hey Quarreled Over atnon r ad joining counties, o the gova Very Trivial Matter. ernor would be given power to appoint bad taste in the mouth and a headache. predisposition to worms in If the st;oc.k receive new Know what's the matter? Biliousness, A special judges at will and special Morgaxtowx, Ky., June 20. children is not cured they may become "We grand juries from other counties to go Take DeWitt's Little Early ltisers. emaciated, weakly and in danger of ones every few days. shooting affray took place at Dextcr-villcounty, eight miles from to a lawless county and investigate They regulate the liver and cure con- convulsions. Will TE'S CRE AM have only the Butler stipation pleasantly and promptly. Morgantown, at a picnic, in which W. and find the indictments. VERMIFUGE is the most successful The governor Friday night declared Never gripe. Is. Casey shot and killed John C Burand popular remedy. Price 25 cen.s Stormes Drug Store. to be false the special dispatch sent lm ton and mortally wounded Mac Burton, C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Thursday that he With a herd of Jerseys which will and invite an inspection of brother of John. Case' is still at out from Lexington Press dispatches announce that the produce 250 pounds of butter each a large. A warrant has been sworn out was equipping soldiers in Eastern Ken farmers of the United States, especia- them. We know we can suit tue'ey to go to Harlan county. The year, the element of uncertainly as and officers are in pursuit. your taste you The difficulty occurred between JIao condition there is much better than it to limmcial results is pretty well elim- lly those interested in corn and wheat inated; at 25 cents a pound the income growing, are working up a combinaBurton and Casey over the picking of a is in Clay county. Call an4 See Them. would be $02.50, which is better than tion having for its object the storing banjo, in which Catcy shot Mac Burton Kcvnrd for Halter's Murderer. and holding of theirgrain indefinitely, through the ncek. When he went to beef cattle can do. Frankfort, Ky., June 21. Gov. so that it can be placed on the market make his escape John Burton caught Too often the wheat straw is sold at ir, when prices are satisfactory. The plan and was shot tin ough the heart, Bradlc3' spent Tuesday morning Case3' less than half its fertilizing value. Do Clay county citizens, All are men with conference with been receiving attention through dying instantly. not let it go unless you ara sure you lias grange and discussing matters relative to the feud. NOTICE. .families. other farmers' "organthe Judge Eversole stated he would vacate getting all it is and can, thereization for several years. If The 3Ici:tor!al Tablet Arrives. l the bench and the governor will call a fore, atiord to feed your land in some All purtles haying against estate of the farmers generally can be of lsaac Montgomeryclaims deceased,the NKwroKT, Ky., June 21. The bronza special will file Sr.. term to try the two Bakers. other way than by keeping it as an absecured, they can, to a large extent, them, proven according to law, with me or my memorial tablet to be placed oa tho Gov. Bradley will send troops to at sorbent for the manure. attorney, W. I. Williams, ou or before July 15, Ft- - Thomas water tower" July 1 in control the grain market. Such a tend the court. The special judge has 1899. There is a time for all things The J.B. BOURNE, Adralr memory of the 6th infantry arrived in not yet been appointed. The governor receive the of Isaac Mon tgomery .S Kewport Monday. The tablet is 10 has offered a reward for the arrest and time to take DeWitt's Little Early of all farmers, but any arrangement feet long and S feet high and was cast in conviction of the unknown slayer of Risers is when you are suffering from made for storing should specially proconstipation, biliousness, Col. James Arnold vide that millers should notbeallowed New York Chy. Tom Baker. indigestion or other stomach or to grind it up without paying for it, was at once notified, and he in turn as was so generally done with the last liver troubles. notified Cant. Jackson, who stated l aid the foldiers. two crops. Farmers Home Journal. Lexixgtox, Ky., June IS. Col. ViV. lm Stormes Drug Store. that he would have the tablet'hauled out to the fort Tuesday morning. Tho ltams 1' rmay nignt patu the 100 mem The farmer can grow cheap foods in A TIMELY HINT. work of refitting the tablet into posi- bers of the Kentucky regiment, the summer and convert them into Ton should be wise and see that your blood la tion will then be commenced. state guard, who were on duty in Man high priced butter in tho winter, and rich and pure and your wholeDysystem put in a tne use 01 ur. perfectly ueaitny condition Chester last week. The pay roll fooled lillla readier market: but lie must Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then you i ho Shut a ISurglar. malaria, typhoid fever, colds up S1.0S3.50 for the 11 days. The cost nave fresh cows, good shelter and am- will be free fromDr. Carlstedt's German Liver and the grip. Louisvii.u:, Ky., June 18. Burglars of transportation, rations, etc., will ple food, and all prepared in season. Powder U the best medicine money can buy. Frida3' morning tried to enter the res- bring up the total expense to the state Otherwise the best results must not For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprues idence of Mrs. Gr.illith, on Bank street. Gum Balsam. Price 25c and 50o S4.0Q0. be expected. Jihc opened fire on them with a re- to about a Bottle. For sale by volver and wounded cue, who was car- -' Tho righting Mountaineers. At the dispersion sale of the Linden League International Meeting, RE McRoberts. ried off by h's pals, leaving a trail of Minni.Kiiono, Ky., June IS. In- an Grove Herd of Jerseys, owned by T. Indianapolis, July 20th -- 23d. blood. between several of tho S. Cooper at Coopersburg, Pa., May other colli-iioFinest trains in the South Lee and Taylor factions on Prickett's 30, three stock bulls averaged $900. She Used a l'ltchfork. travel daily via the Loxnox. Ky., June 21. Julia Goings, creek, Harlem county, a man named eacli 30 cows, $270.28 each; 23 heifers, aged 25, this county, became crazy over Speeder was shot. A parly composed $170-0each; 15 young bulls, $152 each, religion au.l tried to kill her mother of Harlem county citizens are on their and 18 uriweaned calves, $78.23 each. way to the scene of strife, and will be She was and sister with a pitchfork. If inclined to run down in flesh beraving in court Tuesday while on trial the fighting mountaineers to return to cause giving much milk, cows should Route to Cincinnati. Only for lunacy and will be sent to the asy- work. be given carbonaceous food, like corn New Kentucky ilanlc. lum at Lexington. one change to Indianapolis. Columbia, Ky., Ju e 21. A stock meal, to keep them in condition. Of Liberal return limits on tickCouiackcr found Guilty. they Jamestown Biblical Assembly. Charlotte, N. C. ets via the Queen & Crescent Frankfort, Ky., June 1". In tho company composed ofwas organizedand course, thewill then eat less coarse Juno at food, and Columbia capitalists cost will be increased at one fare for the round trip. United States court Thursday Thomas a banking busi but cows like a variety of food, and Jamestown, to Ask agents for particulars. Ky., Chautauqua. J. lludder, of Owen county, was con- ness. N. H. conduct XV. Aaron, common will digest more if they have it. Lexington June 7. Low victed of counterfeiting and sentenced W. C. RINIARSON. C. P. A., CINCINNATI. s attorney, was elected prest Hardly a day passes, in families round trip rates via the Queen & Cresto five years' imprisonment. Ituddcr is wealth dent, and Y. A. is one. a prominent where there are children, in which cent Route from all points in Kentucsaid to be a number of an organized llussell county attoi n y, cashier. Cap BALLARD'S SNOW gang in Owen county. LINIMENT is ky, good uniil May 9th returning. ital, 15.000. not needed. It quickly cures Cuts, Ask ticket agents fcr further particWill Let the Lair Take Its Course. Meet at Greenville Xext Year. Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Scalls. ulars. W. C. Rineason, G P. A. Miudlksroro. Ky., June 20. The auMt. Sterling, Ky.. June 21. The 25 and SOcts. C. C. &.'J. E. thorities at Harlan Courthouse have General Association of Kentucky Bap- - Price THE BEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 received word from the leaders of each tists, which has been in session here Stormes faction in the feu.l statin is a mistake to have a falling of. It iur um i Jits l live uiivb. cium.-- .uumiiiy that they are willing to let the law night. The next meeting will be held in milk at the time of short pasturage. take its course. Most of the feudists ' at Greenville, Ky., beginning June 13, The advantages from soiling cropsare. have gone back to work. Less land will maintain a given num itONTHLYJIAGAZINE 1000. bar of cattle, the food supply will 2"rc Telephone Company Incorporated. Dayton Man Dead. regulated, the animals will not Frankfort, Ky., June 19. IncorGreenup, Ky., June 21. J. Frank TO Contains a complete novel in every numporation articles have been filed in the Cornell, a traveling man of Dayton, waste energy in searching for food, ber. In addition to n large quantity of u&efiil and entertaining reading matter, ' ollice of the secretary of state here by Ky., died at the Hotel Columbia here and the manure can all be saved and Xo eontlnuea mtorlem, which ai-- up the Oivingsville Telephone Co., of of apoplexy. He was for a number of applied to the soil. objectionable to ntout reader. liath county. I he capital stockof the years a prominent jeweler in 1'ortS' At the last meeting of the National It should bo in every household. Bub. scrlptlon, S3. OO per year. company s fixed at 52.o00. liic tele-- , mouth. S.iddlc Horse Breeders' Association it Agents wanton in every town, to whom phones are to be for local use only. was decided that the Association the most liberal Inducements will bo offered. All Quiet at Manchester. London, Ky., June 21. Several should olfer twe prize cups of value J, B. LUTMCOTT COMPANY, Publishers, Suicide in a Hammock. RATES ON AQQOUNT PHILADELPHIA. lawyers came here from Manchester $103 and $50 respectively the first for i, Carlisle, Ky., June 20. Dot THE GREAT They say all is quiet there class saddle stallions, mares or geldaged 20, of Morning Glory, pulled Monday. 50 YEARS' Efforts are apparently being made to ings over three years old; the second revolver from his pocket a EXPERIENCE He was in a draw numbers of Gen. T. T. Garrards for class under three years olJ. and blew out his brains. ihammock when he committed the act. familv into the feud. Butcher cattle in good demand, and ON SALE three car loads of slop cattle sold this Sixteen Yi urliiics to Uo Sold. Magoffin Unlnstrueted. JUNE 27TH TO JULY I8T. Lexington, Ky.. June 20. Sixteen week at 4 to 4 cents per pound. Fat Salyersvillk, Ky., June 20. DeleGREAT OPPORTUNITY TO gates are instructed for linger and yearlfngs by Himyar, the property ol hogs, slow sale at 312; and stock hogs THE QUEEN OITY Mai. B. G. Thomas, were shipp.d to Bcsolu-tion- s Trade Marks Hill; no other instructions. WITH THE CROWDS WHO Designs OIGEST YOUR TODD. Iscw York to hi told this week. Th were adopted indorsing the ChiWILL ATTENDTHE NATIONAL Copyrights Ac. ninety per cent, of all sickness is caused by sending a ikelch and description mJ MEETING OP GERMAN BINDcago platform and favoring Bryan for youngsters from August Belmont's food not being properly digested, it creates poiopinion free whether a croes into sons ERS. Nursery stud will go east Monday liableand almost anyrotir blood ami tlien von are qnlcklr ascertain our natentatile. Communlra. invAntlnn in nrnhahtr president. to disease the human system Handbook on Patents morning. is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver tlons strictly oonfldentlaL accurmifpaieiiis. ent'iree. uiaeei aeencyior W. O. O. r. A, CINCINNATI. Powder and watch the results. Yon will feel Well Kr.otvu Real Estate Mai Lead. Patents taken through Mann & Co. rocetrj the rood effects after taking- one dose. Give It ipeeial notice, without charge, lathe Lexinoton, Ky., June 20. Edward Think Him a Gooct.Catch. a trial and be convinced. Price 25c S. DcLong, the real estate Minni.EsnoRo. Kv. June 20. Chief Or. Otto's Sprues Gum Balssm CurM TIME TABLES. Your Cough. Just tho Moriieine A handsomely illustrated weekly, tamest ch and insurance man, died at his homo of Police Ball Monday arrestc.l J. N, culatlon of any scientific journal. Terms. $3 a for Children. caver, at Knoxville, on a charge of Sunday evening. He was about 53 mnr momas, f L. aoia djou newsaemers. For sale by K. C. Branch. Cn3BtBrohy.HRW YOflf years old and leaves a large family forgery. He is said to have forged a R. E. McRoberts. Mixed, posses Lancaster 11 :10 a.' Branch Offlco, S6 V St. Washington, D. a well provided for. check on W. M. Carter, of Bristol North-b'a. Mixed, " . Z i&T. M " Weaver is said to be - wanted i llloonifleld ltluze. North:b'nd Pass'gr " on a charge of horse stealing in Virr20lA.ir ' ' Ky., June 20. An acciConsign your stock to 1229 a. Sonthb'ud dental fire broke out in McKee's livery ginia. Will Koilst Assc.srncn : . stable Sunday morning, destroying Queen A Crescent Koute. Lexington, Ky., June 17. Kepresen-latiye- s Uhe entire block. The Sentinel office risSSS DANVIXLX. of local national, banks, at a was among the business houses deNORTH SOUND. stroyed. The loss will reach about ticcling Thursday, decided to resist as. m; Number 10.(Dftily except Sanday)....6rf sessment on their s:oek for city taxes. . 810,000, partly covered by insurance. Number 6 Dally, Stop l:48p.n Accidentally Killed. Mere Initiation. 1.3 Number 4 (Daily) Flag;...; Mi. m Owensroro. Ky., June 17. Roscoe "No man who has ever seen- the light8 dumber a (don't stop), pir Kantz, son of Curtis Nantz. of this ning flashing across tli'c sky,'' observed ' SOCTH BOONS.- . i county, while playing near his homo, Uncle Allen Sparks, cohiing'ouTof his I Number 1 (stops when flaged) ........11 OO a.a: pulled a lumber pile over upon himself reverie, "will wonder at any crookedNnraber5 (Dally except 8aday)....ll :15 .'.-ness. In these electric lighting com, and was killed. Nasaber 9 ( Dallyexeept ftauday) .... .'7 5 p.m. panies'." Chicago Tribune. , jttmber t (XMalgfe Uf)....i.,.UM r. ml & , - STATE NEWS I CANCER IS DEADLY! Results Fatally In Nine A mild-eye- ' d A Baker-Howar- at at notice, until, in many cases, the deadly disease is fully developed. 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