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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j Entered at the Post OBlcein Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter NUMBER 23 LOtTJS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 7 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IQ 0 i 1 i ttt4t tIt1 T NrnAR 3 fxt 1T 7Yv y 5 w 1 1 h oth1 rt FILTER Patented Feb 28 1899 THE 1 Cleanses Water lily g1ts IN EVERY DETAIL Separates trash from the water before the water is filtered Water filters upward through seine venting tiash from being mixed filtering ipaterinl laird nuts leaves trash etc can enter filtering material us it is in the bottom of filter before water Is filtered U hell screw is removed it allows filter to dry out thoroughly There is no chance for bugs any kind of insects to accumulate us it does in other filters from dummies J R HASELDJSJN Lancaster Ky r caught r Beazley Bangliman Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets Attorney atLaw Lancaster J S HltBELDEN zy 2SZ 5 LANCASTER AND VICINIty Aow vo o x x v o ycy yc o soC Q d Graded School Monday For sale 7 bushel barrel salt 150 I am a nice Jersey Bull at m25tf R L ELKIN R L Jennings Co at Paint Lick will pay 101c for eggs in trade Building Lots a nice Building Lot I can sell from 1 to 4 acres cheap T CUUUEY Smith Currey Agents for Dan ville Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at T Curreys grocery store tf New Butcher Shop good meat and low prices stand at old post office on Danville street I will also pay high est market price in cash for all kinds of produce R E THOMPSON 4t Big Timber Shipment During the past three months an Indianapolis firm bought in this coun ty three car loads of line walnut logs The timber was shipped this week to New York and will go to Europe For Sale or Rent Sly desirable 10room dwelling and 15 acres land just outside limits of Lancaster lias 2 cisterns 1 pool and 1 never failing spring All necessary buildings tf Mas EMMA KATJFFMAN A Beautiful Ring THE RECORDS premium for Fancy Turnout at the Danville Fair drew one of the prettiest shows ever seen in a similar ring Several entries were made and the contest was beautiful The blue tie was given Mr C C Har ris and wife of Lexington and the red to Mr Horace Bowman and Miss Lizzie W Reid of Boyle meeting at Antioch Eld George Gowens meeting Antioch has drawn more people to that church than was ever known at similar meetings The house has been crowded and Sunday the people could not all get in Mr Gowen has not been in good health lately and his continued preaching has pulled him down considerably There have been sixteen additions to the church so far The meeting closed Monday night H per jptfn It you wmt you to out B Northcutt 100 cash tobu a- New t Barrel salt at Gaines Put every urchin in the Graded School Nat Boyle who was injured by the train in Lincoln county is rapidly recovering and has been able to come to town Calve for Sale Two ShortHorn Durham bulls 9 and 10 months old Geo W Evans Lancaster Ky tf We have to makeroom for fall goods and will sell a great many goods at cost and some a less fhan cost R L JENNINGS Lick Ky jf I O O F The Odd Fellows changed their meeting night to Monday and all members are requested to be on hand promptly at 730 oclock Dont Read Tula After August 1st we will have for sale the best coal in any quanity at the lowest price It will pay you to see us before buying Office and yard opposite the Granary W B Moss Co tf To The Pen Sherriff Saunders took the following prisoners to the penitentiary Tuesday Jake Ollie Geo Jenkins Jno Dia mond Bill Green and Oscar Hicks All are negros and convicted last week in circuit court They were sent up for breaking into houses stealing etc Peskiest of Peaky Nuisances- If someone will invent an infernal machine to the fellow who goes into a business house and scans every paper on the desk he will make a fortune Some fellows can stretch their necks out at least two yards and look over a business mans shoulder This is not ignorance nor but simple idle curiosity Big Times in Louisville The editor of THE RECOKD has been honored by appointment as a member of the Publicity and Promotion Com mittee of the Louisville Industrial Exposition Street Fair Midway and Festival of Fire which is to be held in that city on Oct 9th to 21st inclusive except Sunday under auspi ces of Louisville Elks The occasion will be one of the greatest in history of the city and will draw thousands upon thousands of people aint blow up thoughtlessness Carnival Co Do Hear Ties Bells a Ringing aif0 010010 00 0001000 0 00 0 00 0000 0100 0x00000 00 I you That boy ofprc 1 viH must go to school S5v Have you provided 1P him with Clothes If you nont II Monday i I vow you will o next g Have you got him provided with a goodsuit Just a word in your you want the BEST SCHOOL CLOTHES in the city today come in and talk jfl to us about five minutes and see what we have We know exactly how average boy goes through his clothes so we his needs in their construction We know the secrets strengthening the weak points Thats II Hi what the mothers demand thats what makes our school suits GOOD We jV X- lfea claim the best Knee Pants Suits the best Beefer Suits the best JuniorSuits Shoes ever shown in Lancaster LOGAN ROBINSON earIf o tom 0The 0 Q Double knees and seat Prices 150 2 250 850 5 Best line School 0- o o 1 e e- Q eeeeeeer eeeeD I Top price for eggs at Blue Grass store Lancaster if brought at once Cut a white oak board and make the urchins go to school There are quite a number who lounge about the street and Park Lost Nose glasses gold trimmings Wed nesday afternoon on or near Public Square Leave at this office and get reward Seed Wheat I have between 500 and GOO bushels of good seed wheat for sale of the Ev eretts High Grade variety 1m JNO W MILLER 1000 Dozen eggs wanted at once at The Blue Grass Store Lancaster Will give topprice and you will also get tickets on the present sale See our ad Storeroom For Rent Will rent 1 now occupy and give Stock of goods now low and tf sold as a whole at a great bargain J W SWEENEY Corn For Sale I want to sell 50 corn in the field to be ted corn is in 2 pieces one piece 35 acres and the other about 18 Apply to Jas II C Clark on my place or to me Sept 6 1899 Wm H Kinnaird Just received fresh wheatlet milk and lots too numerous t no limit inybu In For All t Fuller Sympsons rap nuts condensed Bother good things mention We have ring country Hams We are now in selecting our great Fall stock It will arrive and we room We are almost giving awuy goods now in or der to get thorn the way This clearance sale the biggest one ever held in Look out for our Fall announcement J JOSEPH Getting Serious The dust and drouth are becoming almost unbearable and unless a comes soon stock will suffer Many people in town are hauling all the water they use and washerwomen a e having great trouble in turning out their work As this is the second se rious drouth this season it should it seems have a tendency to put those erposed to water works to think a little Fits Guaranteed We have studied the measure blanks and have fit all shapes of men as our customers will testify and do not want you to take goods if they do not fit We sell the best quality of goods from the oldest and largest house in the nation at a uniform price and a very small profit as we will prove to you if you will give us a call Com pare quality prices and fits M D Agt BurrTails Sonic people have about as much idea ot maintaining home enterprises as a hog has of the Philippine situa tionWhat we want is more uptodate hustlers We have many men in Lan caster who work like Trojans to the towns interest and support her enterprises but on the other hand we have a few only a few thank heaven who will never get the burrs picked from their tails Receiver Appointed On petition of leading stockholders a temporary receiver has been ap pointed for the Richmond Electric Light Company The stockholders in their petition bring serious charges against President Hauss and Manager Adair of the company who are said to have left town taking with them the companys books The Hume are largely interested in the plant and through their push and enterprise the plant was straightened out and is again running at full tilt Business Change Mr W B Burton yesturday bought out the interest os his partner Mr Chas E Barker in the large livery stable on Stanford street Mr Barker will return to his farm near Buckeye The business has been remarkably good and the yonng men certainly deserve the good patronage the stable is rec eiving Mr Burton will continue to furnish the very best horses and bug gies and you cap depend upon receiv ing firstclass service when you can upon him Get You A Phone Some regular subscribers to the tel ephonesystem are greatly annoyed by neighbors and others running in and using their phones This is though lessness npon the part of those using the instrument A subrcriber for his phone just like he hires else If you had a buggy hired from a livery stable it be right for some one to want to borrow it Telephone rent is cheaper in than any other town in the state and those wanting to talk should rent one or go to Simpson Hotel there is a pay station ionce acres of downThe This Lard Eg lIe etc Take all can bring uSlt big lest prices Fuller Sympso the city shortly f ha en sterr advance and records boys anything Lancaster t t f i t ii room possessiolll be you imi tJiave ou ant shower eve HUGHES pay would the where House for rent W J September eggs cash 91c H B NorthcottX Circuit court Saturday The dockets were pretty well cleaned up New Barber Joe Niklass the new barber Shop N E corner Public Square All work done in the latest style Give me a trial tf Case Continued The case against Gillis Prather for killing Burton at Paint Lick was con tinued untH next term ofcourt The defendant was not ready for trial To The Boys Come and have your measure taken for a tailormade suit as cheap as one readymade This is something in Merchant Talking M D HUGHES Agt Stricken fcy Paralysis Mrs W B Moss received a telegram Sunday night stating her brother Col David G Colson had been strick en by paralysis at his home in Mid dlesboro Later reports sly he is much better Taxes Due Town taxes are now due and owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it off too long will be put to extra expense 622tf E M WALKER Collector i Died In the West THE RECORD has received a notice announcing the death of Lottie Belle daughter of Mrs Sam Bruce which occurred at Saloam Springs Arkansas August 26th Mr Bruce and family moved from Lancaster nearly three years ago Bargains Come to North side of New Hotel and see 900 of the latest designs in Fall and Winter Foreign and Woolens ever brought to this at prices that will make them go Tailor made or ready made absolute ly all wool made in the most style M D HUGHES Agt Free Rending v Free copies couple of daily pa pers have been distributed to all our citizens this week People hereabouts to work and have little time to talk politics A few straglers loaf about town though and toil what they dont know about situation Telephones Extended The Independent lines have been completed to Somerset Burnside and Monticello You can now talk direct to these points with the phone in your house The Independent lines are spreading all over the state and is growing in popularity all the time Christian Church Announcement At the Christian church next Sun day morning the pastor Eld Charles E Powell will preach on Some Dis tinguishing Principles of the Chris tian church1 All of the members are urged to be present and the pub lic is cordially invited to attend Not The Records Fault We advertised in last issue that the L N would run the usual last Sunday but it proved to be a mistake The announcement was telephoned to this office from the de pot Quite a number were To Ambitious Young Men Write now to Wilbur B Smith for 23 years President of the Commeocial College of Kentucky University Lex ington Ky for circulars of this re sponsible and influential college Bookkeeping shorthand and Type writing and Telegraphy taught Grad uates successfull In order that your mail may reach this college address only Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Superintendents Notices During the month of September I will be out visiting the schools and the Superintendents office will be open only on Saturdays The election notices and poll sheets for the election of trustees which is to take place the first Saturday in Oc tober are now at the Superintendents office Trustees will please call and get these notices Teachers will please call and get term reports tf ELISA J LUSK Co Snpt Notice Notice is hereby given thaton November seventh eighteen and ninetynine from seven oclock a m to four oclock p m continuously an election will be held in and for the City of Lancaster Ken tucky by the qualified electors of said city to determine whether said city shall incur an indebtedness of thousand dollars for the purpose of furnishing said city with water fifty fire hydrants for seven years Said indebtness to be paid in seven equal annual installments The therefore necessary to be raised an nually by taxation is two thousand dollars B KINNAIBD Mayor of city of Lancaster Ky I f RomanY 1st andafter adjourned new property Brand Domestic market oft havegone disappointed their er Election Tuesday hundred fourteens ttV WY IUa CUt c approved C amoun Ii A Ik NUTSHELL OUR MOTTO IN G More Goods FOR Same Money e Than House Central Kentucky any IN Whatever progress we may have made in the Science of Merchandising we muSt always go back to first prin ciples The alphabet of Merchandising is to get your prices rigHt Already you accept our statements as Strictly true You show your appreciation ofour prompt and careful Service You have learned that only goods of a standard quality are the kinds we handle But af ter that what interests you first last and all the time is PRICESAnd on this score you can rely on us quoting THE VERY LOWEST PRICES Of Any House in Central Ken tucky lOGAN DRY GOODS CO The Masonic lodge meets next Tues day evening Fresh groceri Fuller Sympsfi riving daily at A line of Worsted s worth per yd R L Co Buy Food it will make hens Ia S bring your eggs to T Currey geTrtfeehighest market price in cash or produce Having sold my I desire to close my old and settle either by cash or troti want to sell all my bad papers to G S Gaines Parents Supt Patterson requests THE BEG ORD to impress upon the patrons of the Graded School the importance of sending in the children at opening of the school Monday Those who in only confuse the classes Push 1C Along Harry Danville folks are trying to get the Q C to build a new depot in that city They certainly need one A vast amount of travel out of that city is Lancaster people and we feel much interested in the project A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used It say its a marked success a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented For saje by R E McRoberts Lancaster The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Thompson and Mr R L Jennings yesterdoy afternoon at four oclock at the home of the brides un cle Mr Alex Dunn in Danville The attendants were Powell and Sam Haselden Miss Mattie Thompson and Will Embry The bride was handsomely attired in a blue cloth with yellow silk nille trimming hat and gloves to match The brides maids wore blue tailor made suits with hat and gloves to match The groom and attendants wore the conventional black with tan gloves Rev Allen said the ceremo ny The couple will be by relatives until Monday when they will make a visit to Cincinnati They will make their home in Paint Lick TIlE RECORD extends congratulations and wish their voyage tnreugh Ute a happy one I 12f W and 7 1 fit lOego JEt os Internatio al oultry nd nd business me some e else V ITo straggle and TkeaspsoaJ Miss Mattae and entertained- t c fuss 2535 occurred tie h Same Goods FOR Less Money r The nicest line of cakes and candies in town at Gaines Faulconer Trade at our and class goods and a nice R L JENNINGS Co Lick Ky Sacks Sacks H A B Marksbury Son keep on hand new sacks and will sell to the farmers at cost Premium For each 5 worth of goods bought of me the purchaser will be entitled to a guess at Goebels plurality over Taylor for Governor The nearest guess will get a 5 pair of allwool pants M D HUGHES Agent Pronounced Success The New Danville Fair Association has every reason to shake hands with its self over the great success achieved last week Never in the history of the old amphitheater was it called to hold such a crowd as was there Friday while on the preceding days the attendance was remarkably large This is all due to the push of Presi dent Lillard Secretaries Bright and Woodcock and the hustle of an upto date wideawake board of directors These were all young men and they moved about the crowd making ryone feel at home This sociability on the part of the managers was by the crowd and its sate to say that all who attended this year will go back next time show of stock was splendid the liberal premi ums bringing stock from all over the state Each award seemed to suit all interested as no kick was registered by anyone The order was the best we ever saw no drunenness or smart Alecs on hand to annoy the patrons Friday there were from fortyfive to five thousand people on the grounds When Goebel and Black burn arrived on the grounds they were driven into the ushered into the secretarys office where a general handshaking was held After an elegant dinner served by the la dies of the Presbyterian church the speakers went to the stand which had been erected at the track back of the amphitheater and for nearly four hours democratic oratory over a sweltering mass of Notwithstanding the fact that the speakers had an immense throBg the crowd at the show ring remained nearly as large as was present in years and the show of stock con tinned uninterruptedly THE RECORD congratulates the from president down to the who rings the bell and assures then that their efforts arere ted by folks on this side of Dix river nation with t 77 S get first p nt upon eve appreciated ringand waspoured- out fOr- mer officers fellow look tnalit mCh iilf t stole The z hundred humanity app who fors aMt wlu t fi- re- FF fl k Stirti r T i CENTRAL RECORD MTXKK BT IOUI8 LANDRAM Pabllalter LANCASTER KENTUCKY w VERY TERMS ONE YKABIH ADVANCE 100 SIX MOUTHS 50 TBKXK 25 r THURSDAY September 71899 JUDGING from the way the crowd flocked about Hon James B IcCreary at the Dativille fair Friday that gen tleman is still very warm in the hearts of eighth district people THE Xicholasville Democrat has changed its makeup and now appears a fivecolumn quarto The change is a decided improvement The has been climbing under the present editors work A KANSAS preacher was startled last Sunday to see his young hopeful in the gallery of the church pelting the congregation with peanuts Try ing to express kis disapproval by a frown his tongue clove to the roof of his mouth as the boy called out You tend to your preachin dad Ill keep em awake MORMON elders continue to receive rough treatment all over the state We suppose the ring leaders in these assaults are church members The average church members of today is just about that calibre of man who thinks all he is have his name upon the books and contribute towards defraying the expenses Genuine is getting to be an exceedingly scarce article in this country Du W GODFREY HUNTER is said be keeping an eye on the Kentucky campaign with particular regard to the probable complexion of the next Legislature Ills nibs is not the only professional placefiller who has an eye peeled in that direction The light for U S Senator will be the hot test ever held by a Kentucky and this far in advance a nun ber are laying their plans The Louisville base ball club has cancelled its remaining home dates and not much would be missed if the would cancel all others A good team would be greatly appreciated by not only Louisville people but those out in the state and it is strange one is not kept Every season the manage ment secures three or four good men and expects thorn to do all the work with the assistance of a few who ought to be plowing If a man will read the daily papers on all three of the present sides of the campaign he will soon come to the conclusion that they are all talking through their hats If a democrat moires a speech his papers estimate the crowd up in the millions while the republican press states the crowd numbered about 150 And so is the case when a republican speaks Only a few persons were present is the WlY reports read To others than professional politicians this is disgusting TILE other day we heard a sweet faced maiden say wouldnt give two cent for one of these old stiff necked men with a college education beaten into his solid skull and who has no common everyday sense He may know how to pronounce these newfangled words but he couldnt earn a turn of meal in two months In this the pretty little Miss tells a lot of gospel truth A college is a thing to be prized but much to be regretted many fellows think the dollars ought to hunt them up when they possess a sheepskin BRo Jur ALLEN of the Cynthiana Democrat has invented a unique plan which frequently helps him out of a hard place Mr Allen like most of us has trouble in remembering names and faces A happy thought struck the clever editor and he followed It out by placing his sanctum in the rear of the printing establishment Robinson his foreman is blessed with the faculty of remembering everybody and now when a man enters the Robinson greets him with a Hellow Mr Jones Ed at once comes forward and is very glad to see Mr Jones The scheme works to a Queens taste and has been adapted in part in another oilice not far Lancasters Public Square TimE professional politician doesnt seem to set well with the Winchester Democrat Listen to this A pro fessional politician of the present day has no fixed principles lIe is very much in the condition of the negro at the beginning of the civil war Is whatever you is massa The average politician of today manages to flounder around and looks wise until he becomes convinced which will be the winning side and then he gently falls into line and is soon found the iir with all his might and main 0 all the people on top of Gods ea Ji that deserves real pity itis the man who has no opinions of his own independent of the populace Stopped The BackAche A B BASS Morgantown Ind writes I was afflicted with Kidney disease and had to get up quiet often pains in Kidneys and with backache I used Foleys Kidney Cure after tak tog three bottles 1 am entirely cured C C J E Stionneg must do religion to legislature farmhands extremely educa- tIOn r 1 i Democrats establishment sawing r re 1 w I ju r Democrat j t l itor Allen from sever4 a Mr Clouse bought a calf from James Worrell for 650 Jim Coldirdns barn burned to ground last There was preaching at Good Hope the fourth Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev Pike We wonder if the correspondent of Leaf is really converted to the Mor mon faith Miss Virgie Worrell started back to Lebanon Ohio Sunday night to school Miss Roxie is visiting at W H FurrsD D Lawson of Williamsburg is visiting C Me Furr this week Mrs W H Furr has returned from Gloverdale Ind where she has been visiting her parents Mr and bits Cornells Mc Carty JUDSON Farmers here are more than busy cutting hemp and tobacco and trying to keep the hogs out of the fields John Kay lost a valuable mare by falling and breaking her neck George Grow bought a cow and calf from Wm Carter for 40 John Lane has a horse badly cut on a wire fance W N and F B Grow attended the Baptist Association at Mt Tabor last week F M Saunders is attendeding the protracted meeting at New Chas Peacock of Jellico is visiting her brother A D Ford Mrs Peachey Grow and Miss Mattie Saunders have returned from a weeks visit to Winchester Jesse W Saun ders attended a big hop one night last week given in honor of some girls who are visiting here Miss Finnell of Danville is the guest of Eliza Wall this week Messrs Joe and Jim Simpson are in the moan folios buying cattle Mrs Margaret Stone visited her son It A Stone of your city last week MARKS15CHY Mr Reuben Naylor is quite sick at this writing Mrs II D Aldridge and your corres pondent returned Monday from a very pleasant visit to relatives in Burgin Charley Kempcr of Kansas City after several days visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Jack Kemper returned home Saturday Mrs Robt Humph reys who iias been visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs J C Boner for sever al months joined her husband in Chicago Wednesday Miss Emily Humphreys of Georgetown after a lengthy visit to friends in this com munity left Wednesday for Bardstown to visit her grandmother Mrs Thur mond Oliver Boner of Lexington- is visiting his parents this week Lafe Carney after a few weeks visit to friends and relatives left Monday for his home at WillisburgT Quite a number of people from this communi ty attended the Danville fair Fri day and shook hands with Goebel Rev Kuykendall and family left Wednesday for their future home in Mt Washington He has the care of two churches at that place We re gret to give him and his excellent family up but wish them success in their new home Nelson Burdett a former citizen of this place who has been in Porto Rico and Cuba for the last year is home on a visit lie tells many interesting incidents of the things he saw while here But he does not seem to have any wish to make his home there in the future Aunt Ann Dodd of color has re a pension of 1000 and 2 per month during her life She has passed her threescoreandten years so will not need it very long BUCKEYE Rev V T Willis ended his 5th year as pastor at Gunns Chapel J W Brown had a young steer to die supposed to have been snake bit ten Joseph Simpson has returned from the mountains where he bought a lot of cattle R L Teater one of our worthy who died about two weeks ago was an invalid for years but bore his afflictions with great patience and submission He leaves a wife and two sons who have the sympathy of the community Two Mormon preachers by the name of Miles and Christenson who have been in our midst about two weeks left last week for Sliver Creek They could get no church nor school house in this section to preach in but put in good time visiting in the houses and distributing tracts among the people It is to be roped they have forever shaken the dust of Buckeye from their feet Asa Bron of Buena Vista visited his son J W and L F Brown and Sunday He will soon be 83 years of age and is as active as a boy Mrs W G Jones has been with relatives in Crab Orchard and the past three weeks Mrs Susan Harris of Stanford and Mrs Etta Wailer and bright little Ruth of Louisville visited rel atives here last week Jeff Hibbard and wjfe left for Fairland 111 their future home Monday Reather Ray Is slowly Improving ffom a of typhoid fever The Eagle King of all Birds is noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Tor weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts Drujjr StoK ij 1 Fridayevening attend Span ler Saturday Antioch lrs Louisville perhaps Sunday citizens Saturday Livingston daughter severe attack co FLAT WOODS the coin 4 celt ed 3am Jennings 2 hogs to J R Henderson at 500 per head Miss Bruce Pumphrey of Lancaster is visiting Miss Willie Mae Ben of West Point is visiting his mother Mrs Barlow of Rich mond is visiting Mrs John Smith Mrs Clara Bsttis has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Minnie Boyd Miss Fannie Spratt and Richard Brown visited Mrs Fressa Boyl at Point Leavell Sunday McChore and brother visited Miss rateD nton and attend ed the association at Mt Tabor Miss Lizzie Hammond of Jellico is visiting friend and relatives here Mrs George MeKenney has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Ed Brown Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sors Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Wrats Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives ou Pains and Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Me Roberts Druggist 1m LEAF It is hard to tell which is being per secuted the most Goebel or the preachers The sun is so very hot if the farmers are not very particular there will be a deal of sun burnt tobacco Born on the to the wife of C B Engleman a nine pound girl Mrs E II Ballard and family have moved to Stanford J R Henry of this place got his pocket picked at Richmond court day Mrs Richard Barlow of Richmond was of Mrs J II Smith this week rDont forget to call fo Ockets on Silverware at R L TUNINGS Cu A nice line Cigars and Tobacco at JENNINGS Co Burt Johnson and Oscar Farther two little boys that are hardly old enough to go without diapers to break up the Sabbath school last Sunday evening bythrowing rocks at the house and yelling If their parents dont take thdm in hand and do something with them the law will A Word to Mothers Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not to Chamberlains JGojgh Remedy It contains no ate nor narcotic in any form and be given asconfidently to the babe as to an adult The great success that has attended its use in the treatment of colds and croup has won for it the approval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m 11AM3IACK D G Ross bought one calf from T Austin price 2250 Miss Bettie Bell is on the sick list this week Mr A J Hammack and wife visited their sister Mrs S E Ilammack at this place last week Miss Lucy Lunceford of Preachers vine visited her uncle I G Ross last week and attended the association at Mt Tabor Mrs II F Parsons visited her father and mother at Lowell and Sunday Mrs R G Woods- is visiting her daughter Mrs Hays of Stanford Miss Virgie Worrell left Monday for Lebanon Ohio to attend school there No Keller for 20 Years I have been troubled for the last twenty years with bronchial affection and at times have been bedfast Have tried a great many cough remedies but found no relief until I tried Fo leys Honey and Tar I can honestly recommend Foleys Honey and Tar quick relief reliable pleasant to take and sure cure for diseases of the throat and lungs Minerva Smith414 Washington Ave Danville 111 C J E Stormes The Graded School In order that the benefits of the Lancaster Graded School may be ex toned only to those entitled to them by the term of the Jaw the following rules are adopted Only the following children are to tree tuition in the Lancaster Graded Common School First Those who are of legal sehool age and have a legal residence in the school district The legal residence of pupils is with their parent or If neither parent is living then their legal residence may be with their guardian or guardians whose residence is within the district Second Children not entitled to free tuition may he admitted to the school on the payment in advance of tuition at such rates as may from time to time be fixed by the Board of Trustees Pupils not entitled to free tuition will be recieved by tHe principal into the school unless evi dence is produced that tuition has been paid in advance for the time for which the pupil is entered or on the order in writing of the Board cf Trustees entered on the record book A certified copy of such order to the principal will be by him for the admission of a or pupils No children under school age will be admitted at ti me By order of the Board of The terms for 1st 2nd and 3rd session of 4i months and 6th 12r7th up 15 HERNDON THEO CuBBEYPrest Brown bliss Lula mor- mon great d f dies R undertook hesitate Saturday as- a entitled parents presented authority pupil any Trustees are W M t Lo1vECL- L 1 sold ads N1 theguest C administer pima s not grades Jfur and Mr William Bradshaw The subject of this sketch Mrs Clara B Bradshaw was born May 29 1875 and died Aug 26 1899 aged 24 years and 4 months Death is always cruel but especially so in the case of the young and fair This was sadly illustrated in the death of Mrs Bradshaw whose loving and tender young son will live but to learn more and more the loss which they have sustained but while we grieve at her untimely death we rejoice to know that an Christian faith had prepared her to meet and conquer our last enemy She was a consistent number of tire Baptist church having been baptized into the fellowship of the Freedom church two years ago and but for that dread disease consumption she might have lived for many years of useful ness Her sun went down while it was yet day She will be sadly miss ed by her family her church and the community But recognizing the hand of Him whom she trusted in life and death we are to say The Lord hath given and the Lord hath taken away blessed be the name of the Lord Her remains were laid away in the Lancaster Cemetery after prayer and the reading of scripture by the Rev J C of the Baptist church To the sorrowing loved ones we would say remember that for her death is swallowed up in through grace in the Lord Jesus Christ A FRIEND No Right to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attract ive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimplest blotches skin eruptions and a wretch ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pu fy the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good charming woman of a rundown n valid Only 50 cents at R E Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m A Soldiers View A Kansas young man possessed of unusual aptitude for cultivating the friendship of the fair sex enlisted for service in the Philipines and after being on the firing line for some time where he saw some rough skirmish ink wrote back to a friend as follows Fur fiftyfive dos I never saw a Fellow citizens if you want to a women get away from her You know what the Creator did when he performed the first surgical opera tion on Adam If you want to know what a grand glorious sugarcoated thing a woman is join the army as I nothing but men from morning till night Join the army and loaf with men carry men shoot men nothing but men Live in a per petual atmosphere of surpressed boot smell and tobacco smoke and at the end of three weeks you will be passionately enamored of the mum my of an Egyptians servant girl and give her an electrical kiss that would turn her thousand years of dried hide into flesh and animation Ex Weak Eyes Are Made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee atMcRoberts Drug Store 1m WALLGETON Miss Maggie Elliott has been on the sick list for a few days Arthur Yocum is spending this week at Manchester Mr Colson our blacksmith is pre paring to move to Indiana We hate to see him leave although we know he will come as others do E B Wallace has moved his saw mill to a piece of timber he bought of Reuben Kirby H miles west of Berea Our clever bachelor Jas A Wallace left last Saturday for a two weeks visit in Jessamine county We are informed that the regular preaching day at the Baptist church has been changed from the 4th Sun day to the 3rd beginning with next SundayE is at Newport this week attending the annual conference of the M E church as a lay delegate from this phargo He will not return until the llth inst and hence the phildren of district No 13 are enjoy ing a ten days The pike running through Wallacer ton is undergoing a pretty decent The other roads in the vi cinity which at times last winter de fled loan or beast to pass over or through them and which were threat ened with a thorough working before another winter came around are now throwing dust in the face of the same men who threatened last winter to gravel them this fall but yet one can hardly get those same men to talk of any better than the ordinary way of working them although hundreds of wagonroads of gravel were dropped within sight of them by the tides of last winter and spring We must that the in our community cast a serious reflection upon the peo pIe of the community lam r Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Dr Bells PineTar Honey will it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRpb errs Drug Store 1 husband earnest constrained Massee victory looking woman didseeing then profanity velv ted backjust Vacation repairing confess roads ota each day SW 4W curie Overruled His Pint have gone through with the question of thevalidity of a certain saloon came up and was being tried before the police judge The saloon man was represented by Judge Sauf leyand in fact some six or eight law yers were locking horns on the ques ions One day the battle raged fiercely in the police court room which then stood in centre of the Square and hairsplitting technlcali ities were being arguad ley was as he always did working withmight and main for his clientand made what lawyers present said was one of the cleanest cut mast pointed and able argumants they ever heard His whole soul was in the case and his eloquence held the spectators spell bound for almost an hour At the conclusion of the speech everyone thought he had of course scored a victory but the police judge who didnt know a law book from an alma nac straightened up in his chair Judge Saufley from head to foot and said Well Jedge you made a mighty pretty argumint but Ill overrule your pint The decision brought down the house Judge Sauf ley gathered up his lawbooks made tall tracks for Stanford and didnt come back to Lancaster for nearly a year Ills Life was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen f Hannibal Mo lately had a deliverance from a frightful deatho In telling of it he says I had taken Typhoid Fever that ran into pneumo nia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great relief I contin ued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 1m Prohibition Platform The Prohibition party in the State of Kentucky in convention assembled acknowledge the authority of the God and declaring that to his will all just government should and announcing our allegiance to the Prohibition party hereby set forth the following declarations 1st We declare for the complete legal prohibition of the tarttic in beverages in all their forms 2d We believe that intelligence patriotism and an interest for the welfare of the country and not sex should be the qualifications for suffrage3d recognize the W C T U as our most faithful ally in our strug gle for sober citizenship- 4th We demand the repeal of the odious Goebel election law 5th We invite all good citizens to unite with us at the polls in the elect ion of the Prohibition ticket We hold that every citizen who gives to a license party becomes personally responsible for the iniqiities of the license system and we exhort the Christian citizenship of Kentucky to come out from political parties dominated by the rum trallic Blsniarcha Irun Nerve Was the splendid health Inelomitab will and tremendous ener gy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power if brain and body Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Remember Thin Next Winter The question of servants has caused housekeepers much annoyance this summer in fact it has been worse this year than ever before The same con plaint comes from all over the State and in Woodford the county judge has the following card Editor Woodford Sun Allow me through the columns of your paper to offer the improvident citizens of our town some suggestions which I hope may prove beneficial to themDuring the intense cold winter of last year the churches of our town raised contributions and put the same ir my hands to be appropriated in purchasing fuel provision etc for the needy and sick For six days with the Mayor Chief Police aud oth er good I remained contin office to meet wants and importunities of those who represent ed as being of the necessities of a number of whom were Reserving objects I have a list pf There are now have been the summer many families in the town and surrounding county who cannot fur love nor money help and many Pf those now decline to accept honest employment are the same were during the cold weather Many good people who contributed to the relief fund last year have told me recently that they never will again contribute to unworthy The intention of this communication is to urge upon all the necessity of proving as best can for the tor L H Parrish Co Judge Pooplo Suffering from V Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and ity They should t f t W loose no time ia trying JyW Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation C C J E Stormes surveyed wonderful Almighty conform intoxicating count ens hemselves dt titutc during 0 the tiolag Dew Hill Kidney Foley optionli- cense Judge Satlt allegiance s result of his published n tied vital a S Coughed 25 year I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has saved my C Rosen Grantsburg Ill McRoberts Drug tore 1m A new confidence game is being worked A well dressed stranger drives up to a farmers home and asks to be allowed to remain all night If the farmer allows him shelter he re mains for about three hours when a couple in bridal clothes drive up and ask if the farmer is a minister as they wish to get married The farmer is not but the stranger No 1 says he is a clergyman and produces his creden tials The couple are married and after all services are over the farmer and wife are asked to sign the marri age certificate and willingly consent The couple drive off and the next day the stranger leaves the farmers house in a bluster of thanks for kindness in giving him shelter for the night In a few days a note for 60 turns up in a local bank with the farmers and wifes signatures on it and they have the note to pay The stranger in pla cing the marriage certificate before the farmer to sign had by a swift ma nipulation of the hand placed a prom isory note back and slightly below the marriage certificate and the far mer and his wife had unknowingly signed a promisory note Sign no pa pers of any kind or you may be an in nocent victim Ex HAS NATURE WARNED Nature herself clad In the early garbs of prior blossoms forth trees flowers despondent chord to vibrate to this the you feel Have you that shaky as it is an indication of sickness avoid this consult us as our advice costs you nothing Call on your and a bottle of Dr German Liver Powder Take one dose a day at bed time for si then follow a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic following the directions and after two weeks course of these two great remedies you will feel like the flowers look in the spring Prepare yourself for the malarial or season the atmosphere is full of germs If necessary your system warns you repeat the above These Remedies ia stock and sold br It E McRoberts lifeJ YOU most of aU springtime and how do TyphoidFever I W feetin LUUISVILlE TIMES TNC RIQHTCaT AND EST ArTEIINOGII PAPER IN THE SOUTH Correct Market QuotatIons Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports largest Circulation In the South 35000 AND OVER DAILY a Mall AN AGENT IN EVERY TOWN LOUISVILLE TIMES CO r s T 500 1 FOR A TRIAL MOUTHB SU3SCRIPfCN- TO THC f Or Sqoo Year by LOWSYILLE KENTUCKY 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE SCHOOL BOOKS Dont forget that we have many BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE R E MCROBERTS This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with The Marvelous The new discovery in optical science I wish to say to the Ladies that These Lenses FLATTER Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould Patterns never sold in this locality before have to he seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to XT FLEURDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office SECONDHAND 1 Fo r GaZZery 7 Db1NVILLE dnastzmate Lenses HfJ ings the most Elaborate Paintings the lot is the French r f SYfr 1 f t among tw J A Isnt It well worth your wide to visit Cincinnati on the Quean Crescent Sunday Excursion from Junction City Championship BALL GAMEAnd many other attractions next September 3rd See small bills or call on your ticket agent for Sunday particulars PARKER HAIR ALfl- iRmots n4 lt 2fsveru Utt e e to W YatAmlates and ffMcC JOHNSTON JOHN TJOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY I A BUSINESS L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE ACT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEN KRS KNtGH VS OP r t la of first importance to get Jour training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTOX BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY wJ k BOOKKEEPING TELEGBlPJir SHORTHAND TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending R sketch and zn y ascertain our opinion free whether InTention is probably Communion tlons strictly confidential Handbook on Patent sent rec Oldest for securing patents Patents taken through Munn Co receive rpteial notice without charge In the Scientific American Illustrated weekly Largest etc dilation of any scientific Terms S3 a year four months 1 Sold by all ncwsdealera YorkBranch Reliable persons of a or Inventive mind desiring a trip to the Paris Exposition with goodexpenses paid write The fATKNX Baltimore Mil q C A A Free Trip to Paris o at EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the yonD man or young woman who would win success in lire This being conceded I Seven teachers each one a specialist In his UBe Graduates of thl college preferred by Write for book from graduates proaiaent M UIoaa all over Ualted BUtee mailed e rle a beaUBI be I the 1 Lf t unprecedented cutprice sale cleared our shelves com Y pletely and we start into the Fall trade with a clear tracks 2 onnrgTnnnroTnrffiTnnf n fj IW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000000000000000000000000 O9 rr a iiiI L3 L E a 6E F p k E q tt Eq D E3 q q A q R p q q C E J j- Our h u 71 1 f2fi iSC r f tf T Hi E 01 B EI by- I i I C1Q LY 0 n I i 0o o WE Elegant Stock of Pall and Winter GoodsWhich were bought direct from the makers and selected with the greatest care The latest styles the best workmanship and most reasonable are what we have ARE NOW RE EIVING J I I it prIces I We will make a specialty this season on FINE UNDERWEARa- nd can certainly please you II We call especial attention to our elegant I IcxCX and 4OHaN ER OATaSEE OUR Footgear 11EZega11 WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU to COME and EXAMINE CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS HATS SHOES EtcI I JLFROHMANCO aAT7ITTrrE KENTCJCKY c CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY September 7 1899 Miss fell Royston is visiting s in London Miss Allie Arnold is visiting rela tives in Stanford George Lusk and wife are visiting relatives in this city Miss Annie Loyd Herring is at Springs for a week Miss ndcrson left Tuesday for home in Greensburg lad Mrs Shearer of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lucy Arnold A M Kinnaird of Middlesborougb has been here for a few days Tom Crutcher Tick of Nicholas ville was in town this week Miss Jennie Lackey is visiting in Richmond and Paris Miss Clara Hayden of Lexington is the guest of Mrs John Baughma Mr John Donahue Jr left Sunday for Gethsemani College Nelson Co Miss Pearl Bettis has returned from a pleasant visit to Danville friends Mr and Mrs Letcher Owsley are at home again after a visit to Liberty Miss Eileen ITiatt leaves this week to attend school in Springfield Ohio Miss Nannie Gaines left Wednesday to enter the school at Bristol Tennei see M iss Mattie Powell of Hustonville is the guest of Miss Mattie Thomp Sjn Everett Gould of Indianapolis is the guest of his cousin Raymond Has eldenR Hughes of Louisville visited his mother Sunday who is very much Q g IECl E relative Dripping Xell relatives p CXXyOOl4 O dOb4b0 O4- L OUT i I i c 4 r Q George Smith has returned from Cumberland Falls where he spent the summer Miss Fannie Collier and nephew Dan Elkin are visiting relatives in Tennessee Judge and Mrs Henry T Noel of have been visiting Miss j Lillie Noel Mrs S D Merritt and children have taken rooms at Dr Evans on Rich mond street Mrs H L Scott of Jessamine has been visiting her sister Mrs Eliza both Mason Rev Massee is assisting Rev A J Pike in a meeting at Haysville Ma rion county Mr J G Sweeney and Mrs J B Collier are visiting Mrs Win Jones in Clark county Miss Lizzie Beazley of Crab has been visiting Dr W S Beaz ley and family Mrs Porter of Lexington ing the family of Mrs Nan Arnold Danville street Mr and Mrs W E Muss left Tues day for Henderson N C to Mr Moss father and mother Miss Julia Mae Gaines has returned from a pleasant and protracted visit to friends in Atlanta Ga Mr John Morgan wife and Miss Bessie Yantis returned Tuesday to their in Beebee Ark Mrs Fish Misses Allie and Henry Fish of Crab Orchard visited Win Arnold and family Sunday Messrs J M Logan Jacob Joseph and R II Batson are in the cities buy ing their fall and winter goods Kinnaird of Middlesboro Dr McDonald and wife of Danville have been in this city for a few days Miss Mabel Royston left Friday to meet her sister Annie in London and there visit relatives and friends Miss Florence Burnside leaves this week for Gaithersville Maryland to I better I Knoxville i I Orchard is visit W J visit hone We secured a lovely line of SHIRTS COLLARS and can give the correct thingr attend school the ensuing term Mrs Ed Hamilton and children and Miss Nannie Eason of Ludlow Ky have been visiting relatives here Miss Mary Woolridge entertained few friends Friday evening at the home of her rand father Mr T W ReidMesdames Jordan and Lizze Jordan visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrey Saturday and SundayMrs who has been visiting Misses Lusk and Mrs Elizabeth Den ny left Monday for her home inPoint Burnside Fred Frisbie and Miss Alice Hud son leave this week to attend a house party given by Miss Taylor in Au gusta Ky Mr and sirs John Mason and hand some triplett boys of Richmond pass ed through this city from Crab Orch ard Monday Mrs D M Lackey gave a tea Friday evening in honor of her pretty Miss Vesta Lackey of In dependence Mo Mr Jerry Respess chief engineer of the Southern Railway corps now at work on the proposed extension was in Miss Annie Royston who has been visiting Miss Louise Parks returned Thursday to her home at Lancaster Middlesboro News Miss Annie B Boyston will return home Thursday and will be ready to take charge department in Lan caster Graded School Mr and Mrs J G Fitzpatrick and children who have been with W B Moss and family left Thursday for Crab Orchard Springs Miss Nellie Cox quite pop ular in Frankfort society and a gifted musician is visiting Mrs C L Jen kins near Bryantsville Saufley Hughes Misses Gene Bush Maggie Tomlinson and several others will take in Dripping Springs for a few days to recuperate granddaughter townSunday t other is l who Miss M iie Rice of Fort Worth Texas and Miss Frankie Doty of Point Leavell are visiting Miss Mary Hackley Danville Advocate Mrs Alice F Witwer and bright little son Charles Fox who have been visiting relatives in Lancaster left for Garland Texas their home last week Miss Anna Sullivan a pretty young lady of Danville who has been spend ing the past two weeks with Miss Donahue returned to her home Sunday Dr Wesley and family have rented Mrs Fishers property on Lexington street Miss Emma Hood will her home where Dr Wesley now residesMiss Vesta Lackey left Monday for her home in Missouri This little lady will be greatly missed by the many friends she made while in this city several days The handsome little fellow is much better now we are very glad to state Mrs E II Smith and sister Miss Mamie Henry who have been with their parents Mr and Mrs S B for several weeks left yesterday on return to El Dorado Ark Misses Darrell Isabel and Jennie of Martinsville Indiana after a pleas ant visit of several weeks with their aunt Mrs Cyrus Eason and relatives at other points have returned home Lige Pope is visiting his brother Mr Will Pope Lige left here for In diana about ten years ago and this is his first visit home He is looking well and many friends are glad to see him Mr Robert L Elkin and wife left Monday for Lookout Mountain to spend a month then to go to Atlanta Ga where Mrs Elkin who has been sick will be under skillful hands of Dr Simpson Elkin The Danville Advocate says Mr Nath Woodcock has been made head Agnes charming MrsWalter occupy Henry the SEE OUR Veckwearl z ZisZ salesman for the wholesale groce ry store of Howard Flood Co just started in Lexington Mr Woodcock will travel principally in this Miss Lizzie Brovn was stormed Monday evening by the following young folks Misses Bettie Anderson Alice and Bessie Marksbury Nell An derson Messrs Dick and Lyman fly an T M Crutcher and Mrs Louis Landram Stanford Journal Mrs Dr E G Dick of Crab Orchard Springs left yesterday for Rockford Ill her old home taking with her Miss Jean and Donald where they will enter school and where Mrs Dick will stay for months Miss Helen Dick is al ready there Miss Gracie Kinnaird whose illness was mentioned in last issue grew much worse Sunday afternoon and her condition was so critical that mem bers of the family were telegraphed She began to improve Tuesday and it is now believed she has passed the danger line Her trouble is ty phoid fever Jessamine Journal Miss Jennie of Guthrie 0 T who has been the guest of relatives here for several weeks left Wednesday for Lancaster where she will spend a month with her uncle Mr John Higginbotham and other relatives there The fol lowing persons visited the home of J W Glass in Garrard this week Mr Howard Craft wife and child of Pad ucah Mr John Compton wife and child of Evansville Ind Mrs E M Hilton Mrs Anna Smith Mr Smith Hobbs Tommie Saunders Mrs J W Sparks and daughter Nicholasville Mrs James Stoll and daughter Lex ington Misses Anna Beahr Walnut Hills Cincinnati May Philips Lan caster and Mrs J CampNel Plies Cared If sufferers will use Banner Salve according to directions a positive cure will result in worst cases 25c C C J E Stormes new fo WGlass son C territory several Arnold Guaranteed Sc When in Danville call on I I t t I1 LILLARD STOUT Leading DRUGGISTS BOOK SELLERS and STATIONERS I School BooksTablets Inks c a Specialty Best Soda Water in towni w v l i 5 i K 3 n 0 t jl v r t M ff iiiN ry We have the nobbiest line of FINE NECKWEARe- ver brought from the east I ANOTHER CIRCUS HAS COME GONE But we are going to offer a layout that beats any circus and the TICKETS ARE FREE with every 5c purchase Here it Is Just Take a Moment to TJiink of It SEVEN VALUABLE PRESENTS will be distributed at close of thisbig roundup Come and take advantage of the low prices We give you a numbered ticket with every 5e two numbers with lOc purchase of the seven presents which are as follows 1st Prize One set of Dishes 50 2d Prize One Oak Rocking Chair a beauty all4th5th Prize One beauties7thnresent sale on fintiv September 23d at 10 oclock p m presents will be distributed In thefairest possible manner and in the presence of any and all ticket holders who numbered tickets as you wish so that all may be pleased Get in on this sale Beats anything in the world People are coming everywhere filnp uullpllj LANCASTER KY AND BARGAINS Watch good This begins Saturday AUgust and ends Remember Grass Grocery bah Please Remember The middle of the is past and settling time is at hand I Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends call in PUBLIC SALE Tuesday Oct 3d 1899 Having rented my farm with the intention of moving my location I will offer at public lugimplements and household furniture 3 Jennets 2 ia foal 1 combined mare 4 head Jersey milk cow 2 extra fine calves 18 bead hogs 1 3hon wagon 1 96 Deering mow er 1 97 steel hay rake 1 cultivator 1 Tamp seat surrey 10 tons clover and timothy hay and other kinds of farming implement besides numerous articles of household tad kitchen furniture TERMS ntdo known OB day of sale JOSHUA DUNN Sr year andsettle Sallie D Tillett DickRobInson Malta r k r lS A L H EGti L I I o 0o 0 J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Suveryor aid Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO ORGANIZED 1 c RATIONAL OPLAIOAiTELIT Bin Capital Surplus Fuad 50000 10000 8OUOITKD Oorcfml a 4 PromptAttwtt0 Giian te tf r X Hieeuraenuic M rmiiMCi- BWU Y LBATUL TlMPtMttari- B V HUMOV v Cubta O KIMBT Aaaiitaat Cant GD WALKXB BoekkMfM- DIBXCTOJU JIJ0KVMV TMABmU- E o ABXOLB JB B 9 KVMO jr BIIuxl JYImntatxAL 1 tlr lI w Lsv r Y LATRIY LwsQillr Wah- lJl7Ji tlJ 1 b t Tii3 lump crop n w b3m cut in Girrard will bjsturt thjajh not so mush so a w is at tint expjibjJ Tu quality is fairly good Soras breeders have discovered that a sow whose blood his bisu to much heated up by bjin fed too mash corn is very apt to eat her pigS The great success of Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea treatment of bowel complaints has madglt standard over tb2 greater part of the civilized world For sale by R E McRobsrts Druggist 1m Tobacco generally has done quite well and early fields are now being cut and homed a fair crop is generally repyrted The crop of turkeys is said to short this season That disease limberneck killed a great many and most of those left are late and small A diseased liver declares itself by moroseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation HERBINE will restore the liver to a healthy condition Price COc C C J E Stormes Chicago has 168000000 eggs in age The cost per dozen to thosef holding them will reach fourteen cents or two cents more than last year As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power PALLARDS SNOW is not equaled by any other in the world Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Ctormes The fair associations give large pre miums for horses but they think more of the speed horse than the horse for the farmer Consequently the speed horse and driving horse shows are the largest The Burgin Messenger says Wm Ruble shipped 13 eight hundred pound cattle that cost him 31 cents a pound He also shipped 58 ewes which he paid 250 lie bought 12hundred pound cows at 3 cts You may bridle the appetite but you tan not bridle the liver to do its work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dose of HERBINE the best liver regulator Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes Messrs Z T and T H Smiley of Lexington have decided to hold a grand combination sale of horses dur ing the meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association October 3 to 14 The sale will take place at their elegant new barn on West Short street in that city and will be held of evenings under electric light Be Prepared I Choler Remedy- in beery mysterious stop tlia LINIMENT always I The bearing of children not such a very ordeal to the woman who is prepared If Mothers Friend that wonderful and 1 i n i ment be used dur lysoothing the period I serious faithfully t pregnancy will be little morning sickness 01 nervousness the hour will be of much pain and labor will be brief will be and all afterdangers will be avoided Sold by druggists for 1 m bottle SEND FOR OUR FREE BOOK ON THE SUBJECT TIE BKADFZEID XZGULATOX CO Atlanta Ct G B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co Farm for Sale Lies one mile West of Paint Lick station and Contains 102 34 acres Will be sold publicly October 7 1899 On premises For particulars address H L WALLACE Paint Lick Ky I 11 I sZ4 3 THE relieved I IIkTIONAL BANK CAPITAL IOO00000 I OF SURPLUS J200000 I LANCASTER KT A BDINHT freildent Jwo K BTOKMKS Vice President i 8 C DENNY Cashieri JF ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr a dJ E T EMBBT Bookjccper DIRECTORS Baa 1 D Coehran JM Bpl A C Eoblaws I T Alex L uCook L iII w Dy14i- iJu z 4 t ic n I A WDXb RF TI CVtLE Off Dlltt KHOEA A prominent Virginia Editor Had Al most GLen ap but Brought Back to perfect Health by ChamberlainS Colic Chol erca and Diarrhoea Rented READ HIS EDITORIAL Prom the Times HillstiUe Va I suffered with Diarrhoea for a and thought I was past being cured I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the result but noticing the advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some stating how soms wonderful cures had been wrought by this rem edy I decided to try it After taking a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble and I wish to say further to my readers and fellowsufferers that 1 ajn a hale and hearty man today and feel as well as I ever did in my life 0 R MOOKK Sold by R E McRob erts Druggist 1m Kentucky contributed ten starters to the program of the New England Breeders meeting at last week and while but three of them succeeded in landing any of the money they added great glory to the reputation of the blue grass state The healing properties of Banner Salve are truly marvelous It is a thorough antiseptic and heals all wounds Cuts and Burns without ing a scar C C J E Stormes All the railroads entering Louisville will give a onefare rate for the round trip to Louisvilleand return during the great trots September 25 to 30 The largest attendance in the history of the association is expected As usually treated a sprain will dis able the injuredperson for three or four weeks but if Chamberlains Pain Balm is freely applied a complete cure may be effected in a very few days Pain Balm also cures rheumatism cuts bruises and burns For sale by R McRoberts Druggist 1m Uichotygvlile Democrat A L Far ris Lewis Brown eight acres of tobacco for 1400 The tobacco was raised by the Goss boys and John Rogers and was one of the best crops ever raised in this During a thunder storm Joseph McDaniel a prominent McLean and his son were in stantly killed by lightning while at work in a Held Jim Shively colored was killed near Ellendale while to find shelter from the storm TABLERS BUCKEYE PILEOINTMENT relieves the intense itch ing It soothes heals and cures chron ic cases where surgeons faiL It is no experiment its sales increase through its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts C C J E Stormes Investigation at the Chicago stock yards in regard to the recent advances in the price of beef brought out the stot2ment that never before in the history of the American cattle market has there been such a demand for all kinds of meat at the present time The demand for export cattle is enor mpus and prices will be still higher Dont Be Imposed Upon Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively at solutely and unequaliiiedly the best cough medicine Accept no substi tute C J T E Stormes Dave N Prewitt bought from Brady Thompson of Garrard 100 stock ewes at 4 He also made the purchases From Win Robinson 100 hogs at4c Irom George Wood 84 at H Wood 8 hogs at 35c heifer at4c three steers at 3jc heifer at4c and bull at2c fromBF Slavin steer 3Jc and heifer at 3c WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE is perfectly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a tonic and strengthening properties will to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes A fatal disease resembling bloody murrain has broken out among young cattle in Madison county The victims are mostly calves and about thirty have died in the last few weeks aroun a village in the part of the county The first symptoms ire swelling under the throat and then giving away in the back and loins They rarely live twelve hours after being stricken with the disease The most delicate constitutiou can safely use COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR It is a pleasant for coughs loss of voice and all lung troubles Price 25 and 50c C C J E Stormes The Winchester Democrat says that W B Kidd Co bought last week in Bourbon and Harrison counties Va 475 cattle wt 1400 Ibs to be delivered the last half of September at an average price of 485 The same parties have bought in Clark Bath and Montgomery counties 1000 at 4ic an average of about 415 They will be sent to Indiana and disposed of to the iarmers there The first shipment was made this week but the bulk of them will go the first j half of October DIGEST YOUR FOOD per cent of all sickness Is caused food not properly digested It creates poI sons and goes blood and tnenyoa are liable to almost any disease the human la heir to Use Carlstedts German Liver Powder and watch the results You will the rood erectS after taking one dose Give it Dr Otfes Sprue Gym Balsam Cur Jfev ChlMrtri Ferule fey B EHcBoberts i I I I longtime testimonials ReadyiJe lass lea f4tf county Countyfarmer 4 olc from C restore Speedwell eastern sure and remedy feeders j by stem feel i a tqal ajldbe 2Sc Civjh Jut the i I was breeding TEL endeavoring S following I b- Its V ilr Md1is l I Results Fatally in Nine This fearful disease often first appears as a mere scratch or the breast too attract disease is fully developed Found 31 last Cancer can not cured by a surgical because the disease is a poison in the blood circulating throughout the system and although sore or ulcer as the cut away remains in the blood and promptly breaks out afresh with renewed violence The wonderful success of S S S in obstinate deepseated blood diseases which were considered incurable a few de spairing sufferers to it for Cancer after exhausting the skill of the physicians without a cure Much to delight S S S proved to the and promptly effected a cure The news rapidly and it was soon beyond that a cure had at last been found for deadly Cancer Evidence has accu mulated is incontrovertible of which the following is a specimen Cancel is hereditary in our family my father a J sister and a aunt having died from this dreadful disease My feelings may imagined when the lior rible disease made its appearance on my side It was f a malignant Cancer in such a way as rto cause great alarm The disease seemed beyond the skill of the doctors for their treatment no good whatever the Cancer growing worse all the while Numerous remedies were used for it but the Cancer MRS s M IDOL grew steadily worse until it seemed that I was doomed to the others of the family for I know how deadly Cancer is especially when inherited I was to try Swifts Specific S S S which dreadful aflliotion though many years have elapsed S S S is the only cure for Cancer MRS S M IDOL Winston N C i Our book on Cancer containing other testimonials and valuable CANCER IS DEADLY apImple In- C T Aases eo notice until in cases the deadly II eighteenbottles SpecificCompany UUL Di Cure D cti of Ills AVrumls- HKXDKKSOX Ky Sept ciliiiau Alex who was shot by J M Birdsall died of his wounds Sundiy afternoon A few hours before his death he made a ding statement which was materially different front his former ones in that he laid much of the blame on His last statement was taken by a sienogra phcr in the presence o attorneys and witnesses The charge against Bird sail may now be increased to Hore Arc votl at Lexington LKXIXOTOX Ky Spt has arrived here from New York with a car load of valuable horses nine yearlings belonging to Eugene Leigh three yearlings belonging to Uen Jackson a 2yearold full sister to Black Venus belonging to Jas E Pepper and the former good horse On Deck belonging to Bromley Co Miller left here Monday night for Belle Meade with Gn Jackson year lings The Docket of the Appellate Court FIIAXKFORT Ky Spt copy for the fall docket of the court of ap peals has been sent to the printer by Clerk Shackelford It contains 411 SS of which are appearance cases and 29 continued cases The docket contains a large of Louisville cases Will LONDON Ky Sept 2 Mr J H and several other officials of the Louisville Nashville railroad stated to a resident of Laurel county one who has large interests in Clay county that they will not build the latter county as has been reported their intentions Hottest hay of the Year LOUISVILLE Ky Sept C Tuesday was the hottest day of the year 98 de grees at noon and still rising On ac count of the extreme heat Health Allen has recommended to the su perintendent of instruction that public schools be closed Kecruitins Ottlce Closed FRANKFORT Sept 6 Capt Noel who has been recruiting for the S9bh infantry closed the recruiting station Monday night and will leave for Ft Crook Neb with 60 men en listed here Col Robeiti Appointed FRANKFORT Ky Sept 2 Gov Brad ley Thursday night appointed CoL Fred Roberts city judge of Owens boro to succeed Judge Pendleton Shot br Aloou hiner LONDON Ky Sept 6 It was here Wednesday morning that Revenue Officer Gates was shot while raiding moonshiners in Letcher county Saturday night 3few Democratic Paper RICHMOND Ky Sept Valley View Argent J T Sowers editor is the of the new weekly paper that has just made its appearance at Valley View this county Canipiudetioe Eiktoi ELKTON Ky Sept tendays campmccting is now in progress five miles from the city Evangelist Auro Smith of Missouri is doing the and there are four services held daily The grounds are lined with campers and the meeting will continue throughout the week Death of Alex Jeffrey LEXINGTON Ky Sept a Alexander Jeffrey founder of the Lexington gas works and until a few months ago its president died Friday aged 84 Weber Jt LEXINGTON Ky Sept 5 Secretary Horace Wilson closed a contract with Webers band of Cincinnati to fur utah music during the October trotting meeting This band is to be composed of 40 pieces A Ton should be wise and see that your blood Is rich and pare and whole system pat la a condition use of PrCarlstedts German Liver Powder Then and the grip Dr Liver Powder the medicine mosey can buy Far your try Dr Ottos Sprue Gym Balsam 26o and 50o Bottia For tale by 5ExCoun lcu wick Hit iall manslaughter 6John Miller 3The cases appearance number Not Iuild Iota Clay County Ring ol inc asbeing Officer K Gaines deceased reported 6The 6A preaching TIMELY HINT will front typhoid fever colds eat B McRoberts It l I a name sear Gets be free malaria PrIc a E i DEPUTY SHERIFF KILLED AtomptoJ to Servo lapers on with in County sintl Was Shot Ho id as lie VjijirotcrieJ thu HOUO LONDON Sept report is near Manchester was killed Saturday in Clay county Several weeks in Manchester Deputy Stubblefield was shot by Mart Smith Then the latter escaping capture went to his home and sent word to the county officials that he would never attend court alive therefore it would be fatal for persons to attempt to take him Saturday went to serve papers on him and he was shot dead as he approached Smiths house If this report is true this makes the third killing in Clay last week AMBUSHED AND KILLED A Deputy Sheriff of Clay Cou ity Shot Hob Smith AY ho Accompanied Slim Feigned Death and Escaped BARBOUKSViLiiE Ky Sept C A courier from Manchester brings news that Wash Thacker a deputy sheriff of Clay county has been shot from ambush and kIlled A mule on which Bob Smith who accompanied Thacker was riding was slain but Smith lay motionless on the ground for a couple of hours by the side of Thacker feign ing death and thus escaped assassina ton Thacker recently testified in courtfor the Phllpots and against the Griffins These two factions are said to be preparing for further hostilities No More Shakes TRYYucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless Substitute Insist on YUCATAN PRICE 50c tilcRoberts Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point Comfort quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn this to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has re sinned sale of tickets to Old Point Comfort and all points affected by the quarantine The Bimonthly to Old Point Comfort on the and fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed commencing with the second Tuesday in September Round trip tickets will be 1500 limited to 21 days For full information write GEO W BAKNEY Div Passr Agt Lexington Ky FARM FOR SALE SItuated in Garrnrd county about 2 miles from Old Piiltit Lick View churches known as the Jfeck Buruaide farm and owned of 181 acres This farm Is situated In H good neighborhood G mtlenfrom Lancaster near Kichmond and Lancaster turnpike near churches and school house is to the growth of corn hemp and tobacco Good Residence and out buildings good cistern well watered 80 acres in cultivation balance in gnrss This farm will be offered at sale until Sept 20th prox or will be sold publicly that Eor particulars call on or address J L Francs Point Leavel Ky or G V Ballew TerrlllKy J I Francis Point Zeavel Ky TIMETABLES 1C C Branch Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster AM Northbnd Mixed 3 5 p M Northbnd Paisgr J a52AH lie lay K 5Acurrent that Deputy Sheriff Lewis of Lewis R E The Excursions second J L c 1 10 II II oyhbQ4 IIU 4 SI I Mart- S ago S i Through the Head LONDON Ky Sept 2 James was killed Wednesday morning at Big creek Clay county between Man chester and llyden He was sitting on porch a report rang out from the woods and he fell dead the shot passing through his bead ills assas sin is unknown There has ben trou ble between the Roberts and the Markums iis Plans in Kentucky LEXIXOTOX Ky Sept Blackburn has received a letter from W J Bryan in which the latter expresses the desire to make 40 speeches in Kentucky in 20 He wishes to make two speeches a day and to make them in different coun ties beginning at Lexington October The L N Kaisoi hates LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 6 The L N iailroad has issued a circular to be effective September 8 raising rates on yellow pine shingles and laths from all points south of Decatur Ga 1 per cent per 100 This means much to whole Ohio valley which consumes a vast quantity dl Florida and Georgia pine Dclo a 01 Appointed FBAXFORT Ky Sept 0 Gov Brad Icy has appointed as delegates to the Southern industrial convention which meets at Huntsville Ala October 10 Lucas Moore state commissioner of agriculture W J Davidson state of public instruction Capt Ed Porter Thompson and Hon Z F Smith Death of lion Lcven H LEITCIIFIEID Ky Sept has been received here announc ing the death of lion Leven E Green at Rockport Ind He represented Grayson county in the house of in 1S75 and was reelected in 1877 In 1830 he was the greenback ominee for congress against Hon Proctor Knott Preacher Adjudged Insane IIOPKixsviuE Ky Sept 3 RevW W Duncan the wellknown Presby terian minister was adjudged of mind and ordered sent to the western asylum Dr Duncan is 75 years old and is a native of Hancock county He came here from Tenn four months ago Carlstedts German Liver Powder CURES INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system is heir to PRICE 25 CENTS For Sale by E E McRoberts ROUTE ber 1115 189 Sovereigh Grand Lodge I O O P Mich September 1224 1899 NOTICE Egtrnyerl or stolen on August 24th from J H Bakers in Garrard county Ky One large black mare 9 or 10 year old 1C high foretop cut off light mane and tail Also colored bay horse 8 years old cut off near 15J hands high well shaped saddle horse 25 reword for thief in Richmond orMt Vernon jail 10 for hor ses 15 for thief also 50 reward by Governor of Ky If strayed 5 for horses delivered tr at Gum Sulphur to E W Baker 1ffr Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine I I t Roberts 6ExSena- tor 2 k the Green 2A telegram representatives unsound Chattanooga i NTSJJlNNO QUEEN CRESCENT GreatCouncil e I tight Lancaster his days superintendent r a a hands Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings i BEST EV R JNYENIH For sale by EW Arnold Lancater Kentucky t13vLV l I 33RD NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT C A R PHILADELPHIA September 1st to 4th Low Round Trip Rates from all points South Ifyour tickets read via the Crescent Route you can go one way from Cincinnati and return another You can at Vashington City for a visit and are also entitled to one other stopover if you want it Side trips have been ar ranged for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to Gettys burg the Virginia battlefields and the sea shore resorts The train service north via the stopover i Queen Crescent Route Is of the very finest character and makes a pleasure trip of this kind as pleasant as it is oossible to make I I one FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS are night trains All through trains run on fast schedules and are vestibuled Day coaches are provided with 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