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THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER Lovely liteof Joseph's.' Ladies' Hosiery ONE DOLLA.lt A YEAR rea' -"- at Go. to Logan & Robinson for hea vy Cash paid for all kinds of butter. boots and shoes. II. B. Noit jncoTT. I Barrel salt at LANCASTER AND VICINITy. Gainc $ Several excellent communications came in too late for this issue: Several good second hand buggies and surreys cheap. W. J. RomansrxJ See one of our top coats Logan at $7.50. Rohinson. & We handle the celebrated Buell Logan & Rohinson. Bootee. aSC"- - SlTHE HASELDEH (Patented Feb. FILTER. 23, 1S99.) Wanted, Veal Calves, H. B. North- - cott. New goods coming in at R. L. JenHear Alf Taylor, Wednesday night, nusqs & Co. Paint Lick. Nov. 1st, at the Cort House. New stock note and letter heads Wanted Car load Boneatond Iron just received at The Recoup ofllce. R. x. Stone. I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at Come every one who is in X to G debt JLOO cash. E. L. Elkin. ni25tf S. Gaines and close up oldaccounts, Dutch Bulbs. lie is in earnest and meansusiness. O. C. IIe'.)3rlin, the florist on York ' For Sale. street has a fuli line at reasonable pri21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 tf ces. Apply to J. M. nice 750 lb steers. On and after Oct. 23, County Court Johnson or Sons. will have on hand about 200,000 day, I brick for the local trade. Come early You can buy a buggy, Surrey, road and avoid the rush. B, M. Dillehay. wagon or harness low dowriN Do not over through the Just received new currants, seeded want to hold them W. J. Romans: cooking and layer raisins, also winter. raisins, new oat meal, rolled oats and homiWe have just in, the most elegant ny at Fuller & Sympson's. line of fancy cakes ever brought to K town. Try them. Bank Stock Fuller & SptrsoN. The stockholders of the National Bank voted last Saturday in favor of Smith & Currey, Agents for Danreducing the stock from $100,000 to ville Steam laundry. Work shipped $50,000. and received daily. Shirt waists a specialty. Office at T. Curreys gr icery Card orThanka. tf. The sisters and brother of Oscar F. store. method of thanking Tillett take this Lost. their friends for the many acts of A young, white Pointer dog, about kindness during their recent bereave- nine months old, with right side of ment. They will ever remember head brown, or liver color, and left ear these kind deeds and loving words of liver. He answers to the name, comfort. "Sport." A liberal reward will be paid for his return to Fuller & Symp-soHon. Ceo. Gilbert ITIondav. Lancaster, Ky. Our people should not forget that Hon. Geo. Gilbert will address thecit-lezn- s "Price Unknown.)' of Garrard at the Court House We will be obliged if correspondents here next Monday. Mr. Gilbert is a will not report stock sales and wind polished gentleman, and an orator of up by saying "price unknown." Some marked ability. Let a big crowd traders think they are quite cunning greet him. by refusing to give a reporter a price, Sam Jones said in his lecture that but in this they make a great mistake. he would as soon punch out his pointPreaclilns at Freedom. er dog's eyes and wax up his nose and Rev. Wills asks us to say that he put him into a field to hunt birds, and expect him to find them, as to will preach at Freedom Baptist church expect Lancaster's police to see or Sunday at 11 o'clock, having missed He has iind anything going on wrong in this his regular appointment. town that he did not want to see or just closed a meeting in Mercer county in which there were 33 additions to find. the church. Cemetery Gate. The Ccmclery Company lias subscribed $250 towaids the erection of a fine gate, at the Cemetery, provided an equal amount is raised by private which can surely be subscription, done, as ladies, who always succeed in a good cause, have the matter in charge. TnE Recoud has insisted upon this for some time and we hope that the work will be done in a short time. K. O. T. M. n, The Knights of the Maccabees will do revival work here for a while, and the lodge will increase its membership. It has paid over $7,000,000 to 400,000 members. orphans, and has nearly Some of our best business men carry the protection which it offers. It is well mamigcd, and gives protection at actual cost, the members doing the work. widows ad :rlinrTMfrJIIm This Space f Tf Belongs To THE LOGAN DRY i GOODS Co. Fire! l'Ire!! Fire!!! Wanted! Build your fires with Coal bought of Sepnrates trash from the water Liforc tho Graded School Tax. Russell & Royston vhave bought a id All kinds of metal', brass, zinc, copThe 1899 tax is past due. Please call W. B. Moss & Co. It is the best, water filtered.upward thronjih seive. Livery Stable from Tom Cecil, at per, lead, old ledgers, rubber shoes, Water filters save being asked for it. makes the hottest fires, weighed on from loIn mixetl with lllteriH Junction City, Ky. They will take hides, pelts, tallow", beeswax, ginseng, and settle and leaves tr.irh etc.. Good iraterlal. ISirrt iiet-- iilti rln-- ' material. s ii 0 penalty will certainly be added to Fairbanks Standard Scales. enter possession. Nov. 20, 1809. Will pay extreme The and yellowroot. caugh in the bottom of filter before water coal, good weight, why not buy from all unpaid taxcsv hiture. market price for all kiads produco. us? E. W. Hakuis, Collector. Seed U'lipat. tf. Wnen screw capH removcrt.it allows filter to II. B. NOUTnCOTT. dry out thoroughly. There li no chuuee for have between 500 and 600 bushels I Lost. bncs or any kind ol insects to nccnmulate as it My samples for Fall and Winter are Evdues in other filters from daninuesa. of good seed wheat for sale, of the Death, of Mrs Woods A black leather purse and card case now all in and I am better prepared erett's High Grade variety. Another happy home was made des- than ever before to make you a suit or combined,""with heavy silver mountJ. R. HASELDJUJN, Jno. W. Miller; lm ings. Purse contained some little olate on Saturday af ternoon, by the overcoat from $10.00 to- $40.00. Satisb! Woods, aged 27 money. Finder will please return to Lancaster, The biggest line of mens, womens death of Mrs. J. near everyway given 3Tou. Call faction Paint Lick. and see in Miss and childrens underwear ever brought years, at her home me. J. C. Hemi'iull. C. E. Helen Thompson, care of Rev. cemePowell, and recieve reward. to Paint Lick, in union suits and Her remains were buried in the In buying a Cloak, ladies should be seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests tery at that place, on Sunday afterCard of Th'iuks. crowd very careful to exemine the material and pants at 15c up. Mens at 25c up. noon, in the presence of a large Most sincerely do we thank the kind Deceased and workmanship. We want you to Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co. of friends and relatives. was an estimable lady, and was rela- make a rigid inspection of qurvgoods friends who so generously filled our Paint Lick. larder some evening since. May each ted to some of the largest and most before buying. J. JosErn. one of you be remombcrcd with heavBargains. influential families, in the county. ens richest blessings. Come to see me Monday and I will Right Time. The Rev. L. Robinson and Wife. Sam Jones. show you some special bargains in As your cisterns are nowwell filled, The large court room was packed it is the proper time to "have them suits and overcoats. All wool at botTo Subscribers. tom figures. Satisfaction or no trade. and jammed last night by people anx- cleaned. Our cleaner does the work Dont come in to talk politics MonReady-mad- e or made to measure. Sev- ious to hear the inimitable Sam Jones. perfectly. Satisfaction guaranteed or day and forget to bring The Record's We frequently read this man's won- money refunded, en dollars, up. Beazley & dollar. We will be on the street and derful lectures and sermons, but it is M. D. nuoiiES, Agent. nATcriEU & Austin. impossible to get the full benefit of will not be standing there in the cold Squatty. Iletiglou--- . Funeral Directors. them unless you hear the man. Sam When work was commenced on the Jones is not a preacher who goes about Rev. J. C. Massee is conducting re- for the benefit of our health, either. Owsley block, it bid fair to outrank with a face as long as a well rope, nor vival services at Buckeye. Large See the point? y any building on the Square, does he sport the long-taArterial ami Cavity Embalming coat, but crowds are attending and much inter Church Changes. but it was bobbed off when within when it comes to fighting the devil, est is manifested. Rev. Lapsley McA Specialty. The Methodist church has suspendseveral feet of the top of the National he can deal his Satanic majesty such Kee is drawing good crowds to the Bank, and now looks as if some one telling blows as are seldom delivered. Presbyterian church in this city every ed their prayer meeting until after the revival at the Presbyterian church. had sat upon it. The store rooms are He goes for the front-sefraud, or evening at seven o'clock. II is ser Rev. Robinson requests us to say Full Line of . . . l.owevcr, and the build Sunday-onl- y christian, the miser, the mons are wd! received, anil the music in answer to the urgent requestthat of ing helps very much. Astranger,who whisky seller, the liar, etc., etc., with is an attractive feature of the servi Furniture and had too much liquor aboard, looked at words which cannot be misunderstood. ces. Elder Geo. Gowen will preach at McKcndree church he makes the following changes in his proaching proit the other day, heaved a deep sigh If every preacher and every g Pleasant Grove next Sunday, when lie gram: lie goes to P.ryantsville on the and said, "otanford, by g d." citizen of Lancaster wore to expects to begin a protracted 'meet 1st Sunday night instead of the 2nd as Jno.t.IIays, j.1.5Iami.t..n. J.K.i:oi:is-;rtwork agajist, sin with the earnestness ing. Several went out to Hubble to Hear Hon. Air Taylor. heretofore; .also to McKendrceon the and vigor that Sam Jones does, this hear him last Sunday. Elder C. E- - 2nd Sunday afternoon instead of the Prof. Patterson has gone to heavy Hays, HaMta Jd town would soon be too good for earth Powell atti n led the National Conven expense to have Alf Taylor hereon His subject for 1st as heretofore. and have to be removed to the bett.-- tion of the Christian church at Cin Sunday a. m., is 'Paul's Excuses.' Attorneys ami Counselors at Law the night of Nov. 1st, and the public land. It is to be deplored that we do cinnati. A great many attended as next should not miss the opportunity to not have more men that will come out this was the 50th session, and w::s hear him, as he is one of the most LANCASTER, KY. More local on page 3. against crime and hypoc- known as the Jubilee Convention. popular lecturers on the American risy. But it is just as he says; every stage, many regarding him as superior fellow is afraid that it "Will work to his brother, Gov. Robert Taylor. against" his interest" to take pron II is lecture is a feast for those who part in lighting sin. The lectlove the beautiful in language and inent ure was though we thought, or for those who prefer the suppose greatly enjoyed, of there are a few the humorous. Tickets at McRoberts whose modDrug Store. esty (?) revolted against Mr. Jones' plain talk. It shocked their "modServices at Presbyterian Church. have The evangelistic meetings in the esty" because such Presbyterian chhrch have been en nothing else to shock. We have to recouraging so far. under adverse cir- move our old office apron to rub over cumstances. The services for next the pain caused by hearing people say week will be as follows: Sabbath Sam Jones language is too course. God Best $5.00 Suit, Best $7.50 Suit, Best $10.00 Suit, Best $12.00 Suit, morning at 10 o'clock to 11 a. m., Sab- hasten the day when every preacher citizen will pull bath school from 11 to 12. Sabbath and every Lancaster Come and we Best $15.00 Suit, Best $16.00 Suit to he found evening at 7. On Mondays, Tuesdays, off his coat and fight for Christianity BEST SUIT for the monwe have can prove to you five minutes Wednesdays and Thursdays, at 7 in and right with the same earnestness ey evening. Central Kentucky. Afternoon, 3;30, services as does Sam Jones. will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Lancaster. To The Citizens please you Styles and Prices. See one of our Overcoats Thursday and Friday. Everybody I take the liberty of announcing to cordially invited. Rev. James L. $10.00 Ulsters and you buy without a word. sc n of Dr. McKee, has promised you, that I have engaged the services of the Hon. A. A. Taylor, of Johnson to assist during the meeting. City, Tenn., to deliver his matchless Bryan In Lancaster. lecture, "Life's Poetry and Pearls" at About 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, the Court House Wednesday, Nov. 1, a telegram was received by Mr. Joe E. at 8 p. m. As Mr. Taylor may be a Robinson stating that Bryan would stranger to some of you I desire to say speech from his that his name became prominent to make a train In Lancaster. TnE Record's the eyes of the people of the United job presses were soon turning out bills States when in 1880 he and his brother announcing the fact, and by night a Robert L. Taylor opposed each other tremendous crowd had gathered for the Governorship, of Tennessee, about the depot. A row of electric and made a joint canvass of the State, lights had been strung about the sta- the most noted Gubernatorial Contest tion and the vicinity was "as bright as ever waged in the United States popday. A mighty cheer went up as the ularized as "The War of the Roses." train hove in sight and the noise was No contest was ever waged more en doubled when the great leader appear ergetically as they crossed swords and ed. He spoke deliberately, his voice clashed shields all over the state, but ghowing the great strain which had to the credit of both, nothing was ev bsen upon it during his stay in Ken er said or done to break tbe amity be tucky. He urged democrats to stick tween the two brothers. Mr. Taylor together and elect Goebel, as a big was a member of Congress from 1880 victory in Ken uc :y would inspire the till he entered the lecture field. In party all over the country. He put in tho year 1894 he and his brother, Gov. a few telling Jblows for free silver, jol Bob Taylor lectured In the South and lied the crowd occasionally and closed East jointly on the subject "Yankee with a beautiful appeal to the party Doodle and Dixie." For the past to stand in line. Mr. Goebel was then three years he has been engaged in called for. He thanked the Garrard preparing his lecture1 'Life's Poetry county democracy for standing by him and Pearls" and as his tour of the in the Louisville convention, and said United States includes Lancaster you We have never "been as well fixed as we are this season on Men's heavy he now asked them to help elect him will have the pleasure of hearing him we are the People to "buy working shoes. A look will convince you governor. The time being limited, early in the season while he is at h s few best, I have had the pleasure of hea: Mr. Goebel could only say heavy shoes of. words. Senator Joe Blackburn wag inghiro on two different occasions and--then called for and said he alwuys regard him as one of the greatest came in last. His folks wanted him, orators, if not tho greatest, In the in early life, to be a Presbyterian United States, His lecture is hupreacher, and now Bryan and Goebel morous abounding in high order of carried him around only to pronoun- e sentiment and truth, and encouched take .care of you. benedictions. After a few well chos- in the purest diction that I have ever Como and buy your winter outfit of U3. "We en remarks, maijp only as the genial' heard. Joe can make them, the engine bell As I propose to donate a part of tto rang and the train sped away to Stan- proceeds to the Library of the ford. The crowd was very enthusiasGraded School I am anxious to tic and cheered the speakers to the have a large house and guarantee .that echo. It was a very orderly gather- all will be amply repaid who may hear J, H, Patterson him. Resp'ty, ing and many tedies were present, . caii-111 1 - A 'It l'uriu Wanted. All we ask is for the ladiesto examBoys, just come and see our new As agent, 1 "will trade desirable Hemp Seed Wunted. ine our line of cloaks, andWc are sat- high top shoes, our new over coats and town property for a farm. 31. D. We want 250 bushels well cleaned isfied they will be pleased .with them. our pretty neck wear, Jennings &Co Hughes. cultivated late importation hemp seed Paint Lick. Marksbury & office. Fresh oranges, lemons, bananas, and Fresh line of candies. TJie finest Farmers all kinds of drid fruits.at J!aulkner & ever brought to town at Fulkner& Bring on your old iron and get the m Herndon's. Herndon's.' advance. H. B. Northcott. get a Tailor made suit at See those beautiful plaid skirts and In Dress Goods, we have j line Come and ready-mad- e prices. Per feofc satisfac- black crepons at Jennings & Co. which for beauty and stylese yd not be J. C. Hemphill. Paint Lick. tion guaranteed. equaled. JytfosErn. rV Lost. It requires many years' exparience We know you will find no prettier Between Davistown and Hiattsvillc to know how to select a stock of goods. Ladies Cloaks in Central Kentucky Oct. 12, lady's black jacket. Leave That is why we now secure theYmost than are Won display at mtf store. J. Josisvii. with Henry Tevis, Laucaster, or this complete lines. JyJoSpiL I will sell on next Monday, one wagon and harness. J. A. Royston, Ag't. two-hors- line Do not select your fall JlresGoods until you have examined ourSoyely lliorailiiy suumsis. On and after Oct. 2.;, County Court 6 0 90S day, I will have on hand about 200,000 brick for the local trade. Come early Perfect and avoid the rush 11. M. Dillehay. 111 1J I.OSKPII. BVAff 'Tfig I psp Sim V , s H. A. H. Son. m EVERY DETAIL Ey tf Baiigliman, two-stor- il crack-a-jack- s, farpris. Mm, r d -- kit!-glo- sap-hea- T Mother of our Popularity, LOW PRICES SS in that in the in that will will in m m g Mc-Ke- e, it Come in and get one of otir 1.25 Hats and SaYc 75c. ALL SHAPES and C0L0SS. Buell Bootees $3.50, 4 and . If you have ever worn a pair you will not hesitate to buy another pair. Bits Hi Ti Lace that Sloes are the things for winter. i -- SEE- OUR FANCY SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR AT ALL PRICES. will 3 - Lan-cist- LOGAN & ROBINSON CENTRAL RECORD Evans Elijah attending small 100 00 pox patient Mrs. Sam Fields has been on the f 33 00 Ike Barker sold to Jeff Dunn, a calf Wheat sowing is about over in thisJ Edminston W J Acct 'sick iist for several days but is much XVEBT WEEK BT at $16. 10 00 Elliot Dr W M, Acct section. improved at this writing. LOUIS LANDRA3T. Publisher. T L Saunders bought of Ed Adams This would be a good place for a Green Jim, 3da hal'g on road ... 4 50 Quite a crowd of the young people 18 35 Gaines G S, Acct a calf at $18. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. blacksmith shop. WMA ontni'tflinod Prirlur mmninn of 3 00 Grant H M, Acct "Walter Fain bought two calves lastf, - hnma . ,.. r , , , Mason Pullins sold his crop of tobac Gully 5 00 D, Acct week each. ..$1.00 ONE YAB, IK ADVANCM. inson in honor of their leave taking. co to R. N. Beazley for six cents. 9 00 Gaines Oscar, Gda hal'g on road .. .50 " J Six Months. .. .25 Mr. Geo Sampler has gone to Hick- All report a jolly time. E. W. Norris sold a bunch of 200 lb. Huffman Gabe Acct " These " 7 90 man with his saw mill. I wish to express my thanks to the hogs to Ernest Woods at 4 cents per Hunt F P, Ida hal'g on road ... 2 50 Mrs. George Anderson had a very manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, pound. Hughes A D Gda hal'g on road . 9 00 painful fall last week, but will soon Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for Some of our farmers have commen House Hunter, Gda hal'g on road I) 00 recover. having put on the market such a won- ced gathering corn and they say the Huffman Less Ida hal'g on road 1 50 54 07 "How's politics in Garrard?" is Luther Raney sold to Walker & derful medicine," says W. "W. Massin-gil- l, crop is very light. Higginbotham J M Acct (Wiikly K litioa of Tiie Cincinnati Cammrcial Tribune) 9 00 asked us when away f roinjiomc. Our Saunders a bunch of hogs at 3fc per of Beaumont, Texas. There are Mr O Adams who has been quite Hurt Smith, Gda hal'g on road. reply is that the people of this good pound. many thousands of mothers whose poorly for some time, is improving, he 3 00 Same 3d hal'g on road old county are so wrapped up in getFrank Folger sold to Roy Arnold, of children have been saved from attacks says he thinks he will get to vote for Ison Charley 3da hal'g on road 3 75 ting another railroad and waterworks Bryantsville, a bunch of'Shoats at $3 of dysentery and cholera infantum Goble yet. 10 00 Joseph J, Acct Special Departments devoted to Agriculture, Poultry, who must also feel thankful. It is for that they are not botheiing their per head. The only salvation for the farmers Koehler Ed 1,500 ft of lumber. . 18 00 Markets, Literature, with other special Features by R E McRoberts Druggist, lm now to heads as to who are to draw salaries 1 75 same 1G0 ft of lumber Hound pups are in demand A. D. sale is trust in the Lord, for every from the Commonwealth during the Ford sold to Archie "Walker, of Paint Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore, of Paint body else is against them. 33 13 same 2,G88 ft of lumber next four years. And this is just Lick, two pups for $25. 10 08 same 840 ft of lumber Lick, were the guests of "Walker Our Sunday school superintendent, about the sum and substance of the 49 39 same 4,082 ft of lumber Hance Sunday Miss Ludie Roth John Wallace, has gone to Dayton Brack Grow sold his farm that he Of course there are some matter. few" 5 75 been on the same 500 ft of lumber traded for on South Eork, to Joseph well hasMiss Rebecca sick list soon Ohio on a visit to relatives. who are tearing their hair, but they "Wells will Simpson and Mart Reynolds, of Buck- days town of Paint Lick will soon Lane Geo, H3da hal'g on road. . 4 50 The are "chronic" enthusiasts, and the return from an extended visit to Cam7 50 NOW Lane. Wm, 5da hal'g on road ... NOW people have become used to hearing eye. Mr. E. L. Koehler and begin to rise, she has started a news- Locker Jim Gda hal'g on road. . 9 00 den, Ohio Mrs. Tesse "Walden and son Jesse, of little son, "Willie, were in Richmond a paper, called the Enterprise. them tell why their candidate should Lemav Richmond Ida hal'g on 1 Several went from here to Rich and will be elected. The hum of in- your town, were here Monday, looking few days last week. . . .Mr and Mrs J B 1 50 road after their farm, they say they want Carter arc spending a few days in mond on business Monday but they dustry is fast drowning out the screakMcGinnis Robert 3ad hal'g on ing voice of the politician and the to buy thirty milk cows. Louisville. . . .Mr and Mrs B F Slavin, did'nt go to the circus though. 5 25 road people have awakened to the fact that PAGES Dizziness, loss of appetite, flatulency of Danville, visited the family of Ike PAGES C. B. Engleman took his little 2 00 McCullay John 2da witness no matter which party is in power, and nausea are all connected with Arnold Saturday and Sunday Alf daughter, Mary, to Stanford Monday MoreheadClint Gda hal'g on road 9 00 they will have to work from early morn dypepsia or indigestion. HERBINE Robinson will soon leave our commu 10 nave ner treated oy uoctor .rayton The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any week16 G5 McRoberts R E, Acct 'til candle light to earn money with will give prompt releif. Price 50 cts. nity and locate in his new home near ly published in the West. Read by over 300,000 people there is a Brown man in this vi Morrow E W, attending town If which to purchase necessaries of life. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Berea, we regret to give him up and I cinity he has never been found. One 25 00 clock Elsberry Osburn sold to Frank Fol dont see how we will manage to do of our neighbors asked the other day for SPECIAL TEEMS. TOTED AGENTS. 9 00 Marsee Jno; Acct The Louisville base ball club finish- ger, a milk cow lor $3U. Mr. usourn without his charming daughters.... what he was running for. Gl 00 Myers I M, Acct SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES. ADDRESS, ed the season with barely its foretop and family left last Monday for Deca Miss Tillie Arnold lett on the 14th to Noel R L. lida hal'g on road. . . 2 2o sticking out of. the water. This is tur county, Indiana. A Short Sad Story. attend a normal college in Shelby CO. 1 50 same Ida hal'g on road a much better showing than in previA Cold. I see Master Chas Grow has not dis county. Her host of friends regret to 13 50 Noel R A, Acct ous years. If Louisville would secure posed of his goat hide, but O. see her leave MrsELKohler and Neglect. the Judson 123 00 same Comtte work s a team and play it to win, it correspondent doesn't say anything the writer were in Paint Lick Satur Pneumonia. 35 00 Owsley Letcher, Acct g would be a investment about it; Judson must be dead, we have day.... Miss Martha Nance, of Paint Grief. R L, Acct comtee work 111 50 for the owners. Only enough games not heard from there for some time. Lick was the guest of your correspon Had Foley's Honey and Tar been Parsons 12 50 are won to make the Kentuckians Sunday Miss LulieNapier was used this story would have had a hap Parks Fado Acct Constable Sugar Creek landing was alive with dent 4 00 think "dammit" and wish both ownthe guest of Miss Martha Nance last pier ending. 25 and 50c. C. C. & J. Pinquard Dr Joe, Acct Prather Sam, 2da hal'g on road 2 00 ers and players were in a warmer small boats last week. The river is week Mr. Add Soweers spent sev E. Stormes. so low a large boat can't get here. Prewitt Carol Ida hal'g on rord 0 75 clime. eral days in Brodhead last week. . . 4 50 Pollard Geo, 3da hal'g on road. The most stubborn cases of Bronch Misses Hallie McQuerry, Ida Cook, Ida Card From Rev. Clark. asses- A '"special" to a Cincinnati paper itis succumb to COUSSEN'S HONEY Hurt and Mr. Will Parsons, of Flat Butler, Ky., Oct. 0, 1899. PumphreyJim, making ors books 100 tells of a big meeting conducted in OF TAR. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. Woods attended the party given by Mr. Editor: Please allow me thro lm the Robinson sisters Friday evening your paper to express my appreciation Rose Steve, lida hal'g on road. 2 25 this state by two preachers who get & J. E. Stormes of the many kindnesses shown me, Rice A J, 4da hal'g on road. ... 6 00 their hearers so wrought up as to C. S. Saunders and sisters, Misses Doth by the Methodists and other de Rout F M, Gda hal'g on road. .. 9 00 The liauner File Cure. cause them to fall in a faint and lie Mattie and Pearl Saunders visited the your while a 431 00 unconscious for several hours. The Misses Pierce, and attended preachIs Banner Salve. It gives immed nominations shall ever resident of our Ross David, acct jailor. town. We cherish in foolishness carried on by these cranks ing at Buckeye, Sunday and Sunday iate relief and will soon effect a cure, memory the kind citizens of Garrard Reynolds Jim, 3da hal'g on road 4 50 2 GO and frauds is hurting the cause of night zo c. U. C. & J. E. stormes. for their thoughtfulness of us as a Ross Rice, Ssills & 3 posts Mr. and Mrs. Hansford Land minister or the gospel, we want es Reynolds Rachel, Acct for rock 8 00 religion, and citizens should take-thare spending a weekai Tatum Springs pecially to thank The Record for its Simpson Willis, 2ida hal'g on LOWELL. fakirs and apply a barrel stave to the .T. L. Saunders visited his sister, kind expressions in reference to us, 3 75 road most appropriate place. or kind We humbly Mrs. Frank Pierce, of Buckeye, Sun Mrs. Gentry and Chilton of St. Jo forgetf ulness ask that the veil may be drawn over any Singleton Wash, 1,500 ft lumber 18 00 day Mrs Mattie Roberts and chil seph, have been visiting Mr. Lafe may have made, we Scott Todd, 2da hal'g on road. . 3 00 mistakes we Tiie Mountain Sentinel has been dren, of Lock No. 8, visited her sister, Brown and family. They were form trust that we sowed some seed of Scott Jno, 5da hal'g on road ... 7 50 established at Manchester, (Kentucky Mrs. T L Saunders, Saturday and righteousness which not far hence erly the Misses Ferrill of this place, we believe, after reading the Kbrth-er- n Sunday shall spring up and bring forth an Scott Logan, Gda hal'g on "road 9 00 Mrs Harrison Ray, of Buck old Stotts William 3da hal'g on road 4 50 abundant harvest. papers). The Sentinel is chock eye, visited her mother, Mrs. George This is their first visit to their home for thirty years. . . .Miss Maggie As to our present work we are pleas Stowe W II, Gda hal'g on road. 9 00 full of interesting reading matter, and Anderson, Friday Miss MaryLeav- antly located in 92 85 among other items, announces "Pray-o-r ell, accompanied by Mr Jasper Bogie, Henderson is dangeriously ill with village of Butler. the attractive little Sanders J B, Acct We have filled our fever. . . .Mrs. Bertie Brown who has 75 00 meeting every "Wednesday night at visited Miss Nora Ray, of Buckeye, appointment at each church and find same Ex Officio 8 72 a pleasant, hospitable people. Sanders Stuart, Acct Constable 7:30." If it should fall to our lot to Saturday and Sunday, and attended been quite sick is convalescent. We received a wonderiul shock to Tuggle W P, 4da hal'g on road On the 10th of December, 1897, Rev. be "on" the Sentinel, we would insist the meeting.... Mesdames Sallie and half-panight (Monday), at 12 50 2 teams on holding services much oftener than Peachey Grow, visited relatives and S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. church. seven o'clock, when itabout one end seemed once a week. friends at Buckeye, Teatersville, Lan South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., contract of the town was forcing its way thro' Wheeler Talt Hda hal'g on road 2 25 ed a severe cold which was attended our front door, and soon we were load Warmouth Sidney, Ida hal'g caster and Bryantsville, last week 1 50 England and South Africa are Miss Myrtle Moberley had a very pain from the beinning by violent coughing ed with all kinds of useful articles, on road flour, waging war in earnest, and we would ful fall Sunday while going to Buck He says: "After resorting to a num such as preserves, jelly, sugar, goods, John White, 4da hal'g on road potatoes, lard, pickles, canned 'specifics,' usually kept etc., including 14 cakes of soap. 13 00 2 teams advise Queen Victoria to send for eye to church, her horse fell with her ber of in the house, to no purpose, I purchas Teddj' Roosevelt, if she wants the and threw her off. Trusting that the richest blessings West W W, 2da hal'g on road. 3 00 5f ed a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough of Our Father may rest upon Lancas Boers exterminated in a great rush. Williams Henry, Gda hal'g on 9 00 1 This is now the most Gallery in Central Ky., having 'V Remedy, which acted like a charm. I ter and the Central Record, we are, Walker J M, 5i hal'g on road. . 8 25 Red Hot From the Gun. She could then feast, the remainder been recently equipped with W. L. Clark. Fraternally, 5 25 same 5 rods of fence of her life, on magazine articles tellWas the ball that hit G. B. Steadman most cheerfully recommend it to the G 50 ing of the gallantry of Teddy. Our of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. public." For sale by R. E. McRoberts Westley Dr I S, Acct It Saved Her Lire. lm sympathy is with England now, as It caused horible Ulcers that no treat Druggist. Whittaker Jas, balance on The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies 2 00 hal'g rock hcr's was with us during the Cuban ment helned for 20 years. Then Buck- - Our first wedding was Mr. Albert Miss Mamie Smith, of Middlesboro, that Ky.. writes: 900 00 Judge county court salary war. len's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures McKenney of Winchester and Miss My little sister had the Croup very GOO 00 " " Attorney " Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons. Willie Mae Brown. They drove to several doses of Fo Supt. common schools bad. I gave 550 00 Just think of the physical strength Corns, Skin' Eruptions, Best Pile cure the home of Rev. A. W. Crawford and ley's Honey her Tay and and she was in Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldbeing wasted by the political speakers' on earth. 25c a box. Cure guaranteed quietly married. An elegant supper Att: J. M. Duncan, Clerk. ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be gestures. If this could be turned to- Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist was served them by Mr. and Mrs. W. stantly releived. It saved her life. C. C & J. E. Stormes. appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to lm ward mauling rails, how much better R. Jennings. They went to Winchesthe most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the Isew French 'twould be for both the popper-of- f and TIME TABLES. ter Wednesday morning where they BRYANTSVILLE. "FLEUR-DE-L- IS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, MARKSB0RY. suffering public. will make their future home. Miss Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require K. C. Branch. on last Brown is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The sale of J. G. Adams, a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Tiie partisan papers are now striv- Saturday, was largely attended, and W. W. Brown and quite an accom Mixed, passes Lancaster 11 :10 a.m Friday night a little daughter came We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. " ing to elect their men by abusing the the stock brought fair prices. Mixed, 3:05 p. m " plished and beautiful young lady, to bless and brighten the home of Mr, North-Vn" " 2:52 a.m Pass'gr other side. A man who is demphool Mr. McKinney is a young man of high and Mrs Chas. Burdett. A protracted meeting will begin at 12:29 a.m Nouth b'nd enough to be influenced by such rot Mr. T I Herring bought 3 short Pleasant Grove, Sunday, conducted by standing and holds an honorable posi ought not to be entitled to a vote. Queen & Crescent Route. Elder George Gowen. All are invited tion in the ware house at Winchester. horn calves at Mr Jim Adams' sale at PASSES DANVILLE. Their many friends extend to them $20 each; Mr Ashby Arnold bought 5 to attend. NORTH BOUND. most sincere congratulations. Brave Men Fall. $25 each. at Mr. George Bell and family, who Number 10 (Dally except Sunday). ...6:09 a. m to stomach,liver and kidney moved to Texas two years ago, have Victims Wl Quite a number of people from this Number 6 Daily, Stop 1:43 p.m M , A Lima Man's Testimony. WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS troubles as well as women, and all feel returned to this place and will make attended 3 :56 a. m Pi I have obtained excellent results community Tuesday, and the show at Number i (Daily) Flag the result in loss of appetite, poisons in it their home. heard Bryan Number 2 (don't stop) 2gfcTO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME 3 :5Cp. m from the use of FOLEY'S KIDNEY- - Stanford, the blood, backache nervousness, headspeak. SOUTH BOUNP. WHITE'3 CREAM VERMIFUGE CURE. It releived my back-ach- e and ache and tired, listess, run down feeling is a highly valuable preparation, cap 11 SO a.m. An oyster supper and refreshments 1 (stops when flaged) But there's no need to feel like that able, from the promptitude of its act severe pain over the hips. It toned will be served at the parsonage Fri- Number 5 (Daily except Sunday). ...11 :15 a.m Number up my system and gave me new vim "W. Gardner, Idaville Ind Listen to J. day evening, October 20, from five to Number 9 ( Daily except Sunday)11:42 7 :53 p.m ion, of clearing the system in a few p. m He says: "Electric Bitters are just the hours of every worm. Price 25 cts. C. and energy. I regard it as an honest 10 o'cloek. Admittance 25c. All cor- umber (Midnight flay) and reliable remedy for all Kidney thi ng for a man when he is all run down, C. & J. E. Stormes. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. lm diseases. It makes no false claims dially invited. and don't care whether he lives or Mr. Tom Hutchinson, of Chicago, but does what it says when given a Mrs. N. H. Bogie is visiting her sis- Lv. Lexington, daily.. ..11:45 a.m. and 8:50 p.m dies. It did more to give me new . C:15 " " 3:40 " Ar. Washington, " strength and good appetite than any and Chris Hutchinson, of Crab Orch fair trial. I certainly recommend it, ter, Mrs Sam Hughes, at Danville, " Philadelphia, " 7:0.S " . 10:25 " ard, were the guests of Mr. Jack Dunn Win. Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima, this week. . . .Mr. and Mrs. T. D Ches-nComplete stock of thing I could take. I can now eat 12:40 noon" 9:08 " spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs "New York, " this week.... Mrs. Jennie Peacock, of Ohio. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. " Boston, 8;C0P.M. " 7:15 a. m anything and havea new lease on life.' Chas Burdett. Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts Tennessee, visited relatives here Tues Through sleepers to Nsw York from Lexing PREACHERSVILLE. Mesdames Susan Taylor and ton. John G. Cramer Ticket Agent, J.exingtoD Drug Store. Every bottle guaran day Ky. For all fresh cuts or wounds, in either teed, lm Martha Sebastian, of Teatersville, vis James Thompson sold a nice horse the human subject or in animals, as a ited their sister, Mrs. PorterDunn colt to J. P. Ballard for about $40. Saturday and Sunday Miss Clara dressing, BALLARD'S SNOW LIN The Game Uw. If You Are Going North, S. Morgan bought, a bunch of shoats IMENT is un excelled; while for sores Many inquiries have been made as Hayden and Miss Bryant, of Nicholas on working horses, especially if slow ville, are the pleasant guests of Miss from Jim Anderson for $1.25 a head. to when the game laws of Kentucky You Are Going South, John Csess is not so well as he h. s to heal, or suppurating, its healing expire. The statutes provide that it Margaret Galiher .... Miss Barbara 25 cts shall be unlawful to kill or have in Brogle, of Camp Nelson, visited her been, Dr. Brown was out to see him qualities are unequaled. Price, You Are Going East, Sunday. and 50cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm ff possession squirrel between the first aunt, Mrs. Kuhlman, Wednesday Mr. Louis Walker, of your town, call a Dr. Fowler, Stanford, bought day of February and 15th day of June You Are Going West Quail, partridges or pheasants cannot ed on his many friends in this place. cow and two calves from J. C. Fox Arnold,- ac- last week. PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE be killed 'between January 1 and No- Monday.... Miss Mamie vember 1. The killing of doves is companied by a friend, visited her Dick Robinson bought four heifers prohibited between February 1 and sisters here and attended preaching, from J. B. Hutchins which averaged Mr. and Mrs Haselden attended 470 lbs. for $3.30 per hundred. Allowed by the Garrard County August L There is no restriction placed upon the killing of rabbits, but preaching in Danville, Sunday John Anderson, W. H. Cummins Fiscal Court at its October Mrs. Jennie Ison, of Wilmore, is vis it is generally accepted as the proper and wife, John Binghamnan and wife. time after there has been frost. There iting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Armstrong, and J. F. Holtzclaw are in Louisville Term, October 3, 1899. Mrs Hallie Deatheridge, of Rich is danger of the law against tainted Leuisviuc Nashville R. ft. week James Rigsby is suffermond, will visit relatives here next this food being invoked should the rabbit ing from the effects of his eyes. . . .Joe week. $ 10 00 be sold during warm weather. Blankenship, who has typhoid fever is Acton, Dr J M, Acct 73 00 Augur t Flower. doing very well.... Mrs. John HoltZ' Bradley and Gilbert, Acct Million Given Away. Safety, road 9 00 The Maximum "It is a surprising fact," says Prof. clrw and family was visiting Mrs. W, Broaddus W J. Gda hal'g on road 3 00 It is certainly gratifying to the public Houton, "that in my travels in all parts H. Cummins, Sunday J. F. Payne Broaddus Geo, 2da hal'g on The Maximum to know of one concern in the land of 6JK) Speed, the world, for the last the years, I and wife was visiting at Rowland .the Bogie 17 M, 4da hal'g on road 51 00 who are not afraid to be generous to have met more people, having used other day.... Web Faulkner was here Burnside R A, Acct SnmMm H Comfort, the needy and suffering. The propri Green's August Flower than any other Monday, and says he will leave for In- Clark Sam 2da hal'e on road. . . 3 00 The Maximum etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for 22 00 Courier Journal Acct remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver diana this week, to make his future The Minimum Rates. Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have Clark Wm, 2da hal'g on road ... 3 00 and and for constipation. I home. 11 00 given away over ten mijlion trial bot find stomach, Casey W T, Acct for tourists and or for Working- Night and Day. 6 00 tles of this great medicine; and have persons filling office salesmen, where Collier Sam, 4da hal'g on road. Kates, Time and all other lafonaaUoa vrtH positions, be cheerfully furnished by the satisfaction of knowing it has abso-- headaches and general bad feelings A New Discovery for the CertairrCure of IN-- l JiKNAL and The busiest and mightiest little Dickerson Jim, 2da hal'g on 2 25 lutly cured thousands of hopeless cases. from irregular habits exist, road thing ever was made is Dr.King'sNew C. C. ATMORC, . P. that EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. d Asthma, Bronchitis Hoarsness and all Green's August Flower is a grand Life Pills. Every pill is a Dorton Moses, 6da hal'g on road 9 00 Or by LouavniK. K'S. disease of the Throat, Chest and Lungs remedy. globule of health.that changes weak- Davis Sam, 5da hal'g on road. . . 7 50 It does not injure the sysCURES WHERE ALL OTHERS' HAVE FAILED. 75 00 Call on R. E are sure cured by into J M, Ex Officio PARKER'S tem by frequent use, and is excellent ness into strength, listlessnesspower. Duncan making index to deeds. 200 00 TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. HAIR BALSAM Same McRoberts Druggist, and get a free for sour stomachs and indigestion." energy, brain-fa- g into mental QMBKt and beuttfld ItaJMlL PraaotM a temriint grow. 6 00 - - 310 Mk Regular size 50.e and $1. JAkES F. ULLAM. S(t frtfritiir. wonderful in building up the Doty Less, 3da hal'g tileing... Strut, ST. LWtS, M. trial bottle. Varer JWla to Bttlon Mr Sam Die bottles free at J E Stormes' They're 7 50 JKair to lta Yootfcful OoTar. Every bottle guaranteed or price re Drug Store. Sold by dealers in ajl health. Only 25c per box. Sold by Same 5da hal'g on road Evans V S, 2da hal'g on road. .. 3 00 E. McRoberts. landed. civuiseu wuuuita, STONE. CARTERSVILLE. LEAF. i reliable m cincimnati THE OLD wmmm 1793. at-$1- GAZETTE THE FAMILY WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. IMPROVED! I Iff I (ENLARGED! NEW FORM 20 j ircrlcarl M J 20 THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE Cincinnati, first-clas- nioney-makin- SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW e AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. B, E. ROBERTS. st I Fox Jlvz Gallery. 1 Th.o Marvelous Anastimat Lenses Lensss FLATTER. Th.es Sonth-b'n- d Vorth-b'n- d d f m f; Toilet Articles and Books. DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES PURE DRUGS! If .f - LIST OF CLAIMS If LILLAMBTDUT I 1 DANVILLE, KY. A BOON TO MANKINDS DR of of of of TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE :cn5- St a - r CURE sugar-coate- it kk 3B. v.- - It is our presistent THE effort to prove to Jou LO B E . that we are selling ! the best line of in Central Kentucky. Children's Suits GOOD CLOTHIK UNDERWEAR Gr Our prices on it will soon convince you that "we live and let live." Look at these prices, then come and see the goods. Shoes and Boots. Here we have for you a knock-ou- t drop for competition. We have everything a man wears. Call and see for stock of goods. We are always yourself an to show you, and wish to impress that our motto pleased is, "Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. up-to-da- te GOOD SUITS FOR. . . .$2.50 We have it at right BETTER SUITS FOR 3.00 3.50 prices. We have been FINE CHEVIOTS 4 50 offered more than we SERGES 5.00 IMPORTED have paid for it, but we Children's "Walking Coats the very latest. See these for are going to let you your child. have it at the old pri- ne Week Only. Our regular $2 Boot for $1.30. We want you all to see this Have you seen the price we have put on fine shoes? 1 not, come and see for yourself. We have the best line of Men's, Boys & Childrens Gloves Kids and Mochos; fine unlined Kids and Working Gloves. Gloves for all kinds of work. Our prices range from 25c to $1.50. Give us a trial. Fancy Vests wear them on both sides. Fine silk-line- d Mochos. Good solid Ulsters, long and "warm. Reefers from $8.00 to $16. ces. See what we are They're what you hoys need offering in this line. OV EL R CO ATS Cyclone in Clothing. Here's a cyclone, and it's a big, strong "blow. It's blowing high prices to pieces. See yourselfmoney talks.. , Good nice suit for $7.50 : 10.00 suit for 12.00 Nice wool suit for 13.50 Imported worsted suit for g suits. Best "Workmanship, Best line of styles and quality. Our $15, $18 and $20 suits are much merchant tailoring. WE GUARbetter than ANTEE A FIT. See our line before buying. All-Wo- ol good-fittind you ever saw. Seeing is convincing. Do you want a good one for little, money? We have them and we will guarantee them in price, quality and workmanship. NECKWEAR. up-to-d- Shirts! Shirts! Shirts! We can and will sell you the best Working shirt in the country, 40 inches long, good width, for 50c. We make it a point to keep in touch with the market and get new goods in almost daily. We will show more stylish, goods than any other house in the country. Our goods are always new. Full dress shirts which have all the late improvements. Good Colored Rubber Coats It is mon3y & Mackintoshes Hats Which Crown All Men. Our stock is complete our prices the lowest our styles the latest our fit the most comfortable. Wear them and you will be satisfied. Shirts, late styles and patterns. Our shirts fit, and our prices on them are from 50c to $1.50. Try them and you will have no other. Fine Colored shirts, this week only 49c. See them in the windows for men and boys at prices that are right. We shall always make it a point to sell the best. We can easily convince you if you will spare us the time. saved by seeing our line before biding. The GLOBE. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY October 1q, 180 ville visiting and attending the fair and carnival. Miss Lena Gordon Tillett returned Tuesday morning to her home in Flemingsburg. Miss Florence narris has returned from a pleasant visit to Elizubcthtown and Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dcnman, of Xicholasville, visited Mr. Alec "Wett and family Sunday. Mr. R. L. Jennings and wife, of Paint Lick, visited Mr. J. C. Thomp- The CLOSE. there being about sixty present. The crowd was highly entertained and reAll expressed freshments served. themselves as having an enjoyab'e evening and felt on departing that it was good to have been there. Rev. R. R. Noel, of Stanford, was here Saturday takingsubscriptions for the Lincoln Democrat and whoopii.g up the boys to come to his city and Mr. Noel is a native hear Bryan Garrard man and as a matter of course is mighty good people. "When living here, he was actively engaged in the ministry, but he has quit pounding the pulpit and gone to pounding delinquent subscribers. He doubtless bjcame aware of the latter being the worst class of sinners. "When Mr. Robert E. Henry quit work in this otlice last Friday night about 9 o'clock, he talked to the editor and several others about the work for next morning, gassed awhile with the "devil" and left saying not a word about his plans to take unto himself a wife. He went home, told his parents he was going on the night train to the Louisville Cai nival, donned his Sunday clothes' and struck out not for the depot, but to the residence of Mr. J. C. Robinson, where, as he met Miss Bettie Robinson and" the two hied themselves to Jeffersonville and were married Saturday. They returned Sunday morning and have taken rooms at Mr. Robinson's on Richmond street. The bride is quite a handsome and attractive young lady, and the groom an industrious boy who will certainly provide well for his better-half and make her journey through life happy. He has been employed in The Record office for about eight years, and has always had the strictest confidence and respect of "his Mare Local. Tlie Clrciin. Hoods Mine at Stanford Tuesday and mud was waist deep. The show was .'aid "We wont over but, to be tip-tohas being a Presbyterian, so much water The rains decended and the V I i A Alt 1,11111'. We spared neither time nor money in securing the New Paper. The Paint Lick Enterprise made its appearance and is a sprightly sheet. It will be published weekly by E. B. narris, with Dr. C.E.Poynlz local editor. Paint Lick is a thriving, hustling little city, and we congratu late her citizens upon their progress. made us get 011 the train and come home. Joe "Waters, and other good old Baptists were in their glory, and paddled around like ducks. When you need something GOOD, something FRESH and TEMPTING, no use to look all over town, just call to see US, we have it. We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES in Lancaster. Our Motto! High Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment. we mi f In 3Ic:iiorIum. After a lingering illness, Judge Oscar F. Tillett quietly passed into the great beyond on Saturday afternoon about C::50 o'clock. His death was caused by a complication of diseases peculiar to men of his age. For several years he had been in declining health, but he kept on his feet and bore up with remarkable energy and son and family Sunday. Hon. R II Tomlinson is in Kansas City and Dakota, this week, looking after some legal business. Mr. "W. B. Mason and daughter, Ed& 3all JliWnety Ever shown in Lancaster. Our stock is now in, and on We ask you to na, returned Sunday night from visit to Chicago relatives. Miss Helen Thurmond, teacher at Broadhead, has been visiting Mrs. U. D. Simpson, at Mason Hotel. Mrs. James W. Grant and daughter, Miss Lillie Dale, are visiting Mrs. Moody Harding, in Covington. Mr. J. S. Armstrong and wife, of Dallas, Texas, will arrive tomorrow to visit Capt. and Mrs F. J. "White. Mesdamcs J. E. Stormes, Louis Landram and Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury spent Tuesday in Cincin- IV. A. Ross On last Thursday morning, Mr. W. A. Ross, a highly respectable citizen, and brother of Jailer David Ross, died at his daughters, near town, of paral ysis, in his G8th year. The remaii s were buried in Lancaster Cemetery on Friday. The deceased was a well- known farmer and trader and had ma ny friends. He was a Federal soldier and rendered good service, being a member of the 11th Kentucky Cav alry. FULLEB & SYMFSON. (display. 1 EXAMINE. SALLIG tOO D. TILUT. 00 00O000 4HftrftH000HMH)00K)0OOO nati. I A50UT PEOPbE. Col. 31. F. EJkin was In our Mr. Tom Lackey, who formerly was in business at Paint Lick Ky., has accepted a position witli The Logan Dry Goods Co. on Held for Circuit Court. On Friday Judge Burnside held the examining trial of Isaiah Faulkner and son, of color, charged with steal ing cattle from Tiam Conn, and fixed their bonds at $500 each, which they failed to give, and they were lodged in jail. He held Virgil Mullins, col., charged with the murder of Bud Fry, also col., without bail. This killing occurred at Bryantsvillc two weeks ago, and it is regarded as a foul Sir Henry Irving: on Sliakeapear. Sir Henry Irving devoted part of his summer holidays to writing an article, which he has given to The Ladies Home Journal. It is called "Shake- spear in Small Communities," and tells how the study, reading aloud and acting of Shakespeare's works may be followed in communities away from the larger centres. city Monday. Mrs. Roe Young Is visiting relatives in Louisville. Mr. George Lusk and wife were here from Camp Uelson Monday. Ed Gaines and Fred Frisbie went to Louisville to take in the sights. Saufley Hughes visited his brother, Mr. Robert Hughes, in Louisville. Capt. Jerry Respess and his corps of clever engineers were here Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Grant left Monday to make a short say in Louisville. Miss Nellie Hackney, of London, Is Misses Eugenia Bush and Maggie Tomlinson are in . Stanford visiting their friend, Miss Tevis Carpenter. They took in the big circus. Mesdames Eliza Sinclair, of New Orleans, and Fannie Dunn,of Lincoln, were guests of Mr. A. J. Kemper and It May Save Tour Life. family, of Marksbury, last week. A dose or two of Foley's Honey and W. II. Kemper who recently inventwill prevent an attack of pneued a farm gate, has returned from the Tar grip or severe cold taken Fair at Evansville, Ind., monia, Cures coHghs, colds, if croup, in time. where he took diploma on same. hoarseness, difficult breathing, The Social and Industrial club meet- whooping cough, incipient consumpGives ing has been postponed 'till next "We- tion, asthma, or bronchitis. dnesday afternoon at half-patwo positive relief in advanced stages of o'clock with Misses Marksbury and consulnption, asthma or bronchitis. Guaranteed. C. C. & J. E. Stormes Mrs. Louis Landram. Tri-Sta- te st In Loving Memory. Of Mary Beazley Elkin, born Sept. 3, 182G, died Oct. 14, 1899. The day wag long. Tlie burden and the lient, with patience borne. The tireless willing feet For others' weal went eeanless to and fro; The busy hands no task too hard could km w If wrought for others good. Thus passed the hours Till twilight shadows fell, and deeds, like , flowers. Blossomed a list that only God could keep, And now with tired hands laid on her breast. With weary feet for ever more at rest Day done, "lie glveth His beloved sleep." Lyman Ryan was given the Third For Hoc Killing. Ward. Rank in the K P. lodge Monday night Benge & Miller have constructed s Mr. J. T. Pope, of Barbourville, is and left Tuesday for his home in slaughter pens and are preLvman is a mighty clever fel- pared to kill and dress your hogs or vis'ting his daughter, Mrs. W. II. low, and will make a good Knight. Smith. cattle at reasonable figures. The pens It was the editor's great desire to are located at end of Totten avenue Miss Mattie Beazley, of Crab Orch-'arin every particular. is visiting her brother, Dr. W. S. attend the Masonic Grand Lodge at and are Louisville this week, .out matters Have your meat killed where it can.be Beazley. shaped about so as to prevent. Mr. J. properly handled and by expert hands. Dr. and Mrs. McDonald, of Danville, Joseph, who is senior warden, reprehave been visiting the family of 'Squire sented the lodge. He went down Kinnaird. Free Monday night and will return tomorThe latest county maps of Kentucky Messrs. A. S. Price and George Mc- row. 'and Tennessee will be furnished free Roberts, of Stanford, were visitors A party was given by Miss Lena to the" schools of "Garrard Co:, on ap .here Sunday. Rogers and Edna Scott at the former's plication of teacheror School Trustees -Miss Bessie Burnside Is in Louis home, near Lancaster, Fiiday evening,- - to R. E. McRoberts. Ten-nese- e. first-clas10--- the guest of her sister, Mrs. Richard A Faint 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 it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargement, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on a written guarantee, and money refunded If not as represented. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. ! Owen Shugars and Letcher Owsley, will be more than balanced by a resang several beautiful hymns. His duction of your insurance of .'53! per adopted daughter, Miss Lena Gordon cent and your being able to take out Tillett,, came from her home in Flem- a policy to the full value of your propingsburg and spent the last few days erty, while at present you can only detirmination. of his illness at his bedside, doing cover $ of the value of your good?, etc. Oscar F. Tillett was born in the what she could to allay his suffering. Also notice the following advantages town of Lancaster on the 24th day of to be derived in the way of health and Xo The Voters of Lancaster. Decembor, 1829. "When at the age of comfort Instead of paying 18 he united with the Baptist church, "When you go to the polls at the a barrel for hauling dirty water from to which denomination he remained coming election to cast your vote for some impure pond, as we have to do until about twenty years agOj when he Governor, dont forget that there is an at present, in summer, we can have joined the Methodist church during a other question on the ballot for yonrj absolutely pure filtered water right in revival at Bryantsville. He spent his consideration, winch has no politics our hands at all times ready for use. entire life in this town, with excep- in it, so that be you democrat or reInstead of typhoid fever and kintion of a few years in Lexington, Dan- publican you can support it as a com- dred diseases, caused by stagnant pond, ville and Richmond. Most of the mon cause and one which will effect well and cistern water, we can bring time was spent in the merchandise your every day life more than any se- the health of ourcity up to the highbusiness, his greatest desire being to lection of state officers. This question est point and the saving in doctor handle oysters, fish and market stuff. is water works, and a vote cast in sup- bills alone will pay the water tax. He was married to Miss Emma Cox, port of it means a vote for further Instead of your trees, lawns and garwhen a young man. progress in the of our new dens burning up in summer you can The writer has never known one city, for the long needed improve- keep them fresh and green as spring who was a closer observer of men than ments which have been going on in time and have a full crop of vegi t ibles was Mr. Tillett. He was remarkably our midst during the past summer all the time. Instead of driving your quick to see the rediculous side of have brought us face to face with the stock several miles to water twice a everything, and if there was any fun problem of some means of protecting day you ran supply them abundantly connected with even the most trivial them from the ravages of fire, which at home. Instead of hot, dry, streets happening, he was sure to see it. He has dona more to stunt the growth and pavements with their annoying was always in a good humor and it of our city in the past than any one and destructive dust Hying into your seemed to be his chief aim to make it thing. Our enterprising citizens have houses and stores and ruining your pleasant for those about him. He was been spending their money for new goods and furniture, you can have cool, not endowed with this world's goods, buildings for the purpose of "putting dustless streets, that will allow you but he was willing and ready to do any Lancaster in line with other towns of to keep your doors and windows open good turn in his power for a fellow her size in the state and is it any more and not smother qu a hot day. "We man. I could not help think, as the than right that, in return for what mghtgo on indefinitely naming the mauy blessings and conveniences it crowd stood about his grave, what a these gentlemen have so unhesitatinggreat amount of praise would be heaped ly contributed to accomplish this end, will bring if space would permit but upon his many acts of kindness, had that we should do our little part in the above is enough to suggest others he been a rich man. It may be fortu- the small way of a vote, to protect without calling your attention to them the improvements they have so gen- here. nate that he was not a I then look at the financial side of for ha( such been the case he might erously made? With the present inadequate means it: for the building of this plant would have been so wrapped up in his riches, in so oppressive to his for lighting tire, what guarantee "have put about $20,000 in circulation so penny-prouless favored fellows, as to be mean. they that their, new buildings wont be shape of wages to our working people But when Oscar Tillett died, there destroyed same as the old, and who for six months and that means comwas laid under the sod a man who had ia our city is not proud of our new op- fort, good times to their families, the a heart is kind as ever throbbed in a era house and hotel and would not re- store keepcrand to every body connecthuman body. "While he was not an gret to see it suffer the fate of the ed to them. Everybody that wishes to use water can do so, for the pipes to active church 'member, yet he was last one. supply it will be laid on all streets and g The cost of this protection which fire plugs placed at all necessary points ab;qlutely free from gossipping, meddling with other they ask you to help them furnish is, for the protection of lives and properpeople's business or making unkind on the present assessed valuation of ty. If you will study the above advanHe was always ready to the town's taxable property, 25c on remarks. compare them smooth over the frailties and short- - the $100 and will be gradually reduced tages over caiefully and attainment, 1 with the small cost of comings of others. Men who can truths as1 the value of the town's taxable am sure when you go to the polls it fully claim that they live up to such property increases so that in a few will b3 with the intention of having j traits are very few and years this enhancement, due to water your vote counted for water and thus far between. placing yourself with those who are At his grave, Dr. McKee. made a few will bring the tax down to almost trying to make Lancaster the leader appropriate remarks, and a choir, com- J nothing. At the above rate it will not and pride of .the Blue Grass. Taxpayer. posed of Jqo. M. Farra, R. G, Wardj 'increase your taxes in the end, for it t: money-grabber, d, back-b'tin- owner can have If you are fading under the weakening this notice. influence of "female troubles," do not A cable message from Gen. Otis to longer experiment with useless or dan- the war Department today says the gerous drugs, but try steamer Siam, which left San FranBradfield's Female Regulator cisco August 10; with 45 horses and It will regulate the menses perfectly, and 328 mules encountered a typhoon on cure Falling of the Womb, Leucorrhoea, the 1st inst. on the northern part of Headache, Backache and Nervousness. Luzon, in which all but sixteen mules which It is a harmless vegetable remedy,perfect were lost. The animals were killed puts the menstrual organs in health, stops drains and pains and over- by the pitching of the vessel and the comes weakness. lack of air from the necessity of closSold at drug .stores for $ a bottle. ing the hatches. The mules were THE BEADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Ga. trained pack mules which wereconsid ered the most valuable sent to the Philippines. 1 Beef cattle sold at 7 cents in Chicago feeug Wear, Low Trice CooA VI' I can name many old customers who last week the highest price since '92. This has been the greatest year for will slate that their suits have been pears that the New Jersey farmer satisfactory in long wear, in prices and in fits. Of course errors are made have had for a decade. by everybody, but they are easily cor"W. R. Cook has a stray bob-tabow rected, and we make as few errors as weighing about 300 pounds, which any one, and we guarantee a fit. We by paying charges for il have studied measure blanks and have fit irregular men. One of my houses gives a splendid hat with a suit or an overcoat. Boys get a camera with each suit. Uniform prices and small profits. Excellent suits or overcoats, $7. to $30. Boys Suits, cut and made to measure, $1.50 to $12.50. men can save in this line. Hughes, Agt. Notice Young M. D. of Election e, it is estimated that there are in the United States nearly 4,000,000 women who earn their own living. It is said that Scott Hudson's great campaigner Eagle Flanagan 2:07, will be sold in New York at anction next month. Nature can only feed the flame of life with the food eaten which is digested. IIERBINE will rcinvigorate a week stomache, and so improve digestion as to insure the natural bloom of health: Price 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. btormes lm One sensible man in Winterport, Me., who has wanted city water put in his house, but felt that his income was hardly equal to it, this year con eluded to drop the use of tobacco, after 30 years' use of the weed, and put in the water. Hudson Bros., of Louisville, have contracted to supply England with 3,000 mules, at $80 apiece. They are for seruice in the Transvaal and will be shipped by way of New Orleans. Several little boys at Logansport had a race to see which could eat the most apples and swallow the biggest chunks in a given length of time. James Hilmes won the contest and is now among the angels. The right kind of a horse if kept in a good condition never goes begging Tor a buyer at a good price. Wool is advancing in price, and already the clothiers are saying that the advance will add So to the cost of a fine suit or a first-claovercoat. Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT. It never fails to cure. Price 50 cts in bottles, tubes 75cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. No fewer than 112 families of injurious insects feed upon cultivated plants and crops, doing damage to and devouring thousands of dollars' worth of vegetable product anually. During the fall weather is the best time to fatten hogs at a low cost. At this time it will often be found a good plan to keep in such a condition that a short time of feeding with full fattening rations will be sufficient to finish for market. on yourself with remedies of doubtful utility when you can get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which has stood the test of time? Twenty-fiv- e years' sale and use have proven that remedy to be a prompt and certain cure for colds. It will cure a cold in a day if taken as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has settled in the system. Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Despite all arguments to the contrary, the fruit tree planted the fall will do better than that which ii heeled in during the winter season, incase the planting is well done. It will get an early start in the spring, when most of the farm work is hurrying. Nature is very p rompt in beginning all her work. "Why experiment Free of Cltarge, Any adult suffering from a cold set tied on the breast, bronchitis, throat or lung troubles of any nature, who will call at J E Stormes' drug store, will be presented with a sample bottle of Boschee German Syrup, free of charge. Only one bottle given to one person, and none to children without order from parents. No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boschee's German Syr up in all parts of the civilized world. Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away, and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous ORGANIZED 1883. It is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy generally endorsed by physi- PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, cians. One 75 cenc bottle will cure or OF LAH0ASTEB. FT. all U prove its value. Sold by dealers in civilized countries. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November seventh, eighteen hunfrom seven dred and ninety-nino'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m., continuously, an election will be held in and for the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, by the qualified electors of said city, to determine whether said city shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen thousand dollars for the purpose of furnishing said city with water, (fifty ought to know that when suf- fire hydrants), for seven years. Said II fering from any kidney indebtness to be paid in seven equal VflH that a safe, sure remedy trouble y is Foe annual installments. The amount leys Kidney (Jure. Guaranteed therefore necessary to be raised an or money refunded. C. C. & J. E, nually by taxation is two thousand Stormes. R. Kinnaiud, Mayor, dollars. X493-Tof city of Lancaster, Ky. Att: W. IT. Whekritt. Clk. What Youds Southerners Noed. Whenever a new cotton mill or fac tory for other purposes is established in the South, one of its first needs is a young man from Massachusetts or Pennsylvania to superintend it. We have, young men of our own who should be available for this work, but owing to our faulty ideas on education, while they are prepared to be doctors or lawyers, they are not prepared to be handlers of coal or iron. Thus we see them standing about without em ployment or clamoring for commissions in the army, while the fat berths with comfortable salaries at home are almost all taken up by strangers. The need of our country, then, is education technical education. We do not need men who can expound Blackstone, Taut men who can swinghammers and press electric buttons. If we do not make our facilities for technical education broad enough and thorough enough, we must expect to see the Massachusetts man sitting in the superintendent's olllce while our own sons pass around the water pail. Atlanta Constitution. S. S. S. GOES TO THE BOTTOM. Promptly tnrshsnlng e Write to Cozlne t Co'a . Ky.. for aur tmn; yoa tgeucy. Lon-iv- i.i aut to buy. You can save big money. lufor- lyr. nation free. Good Watches Absolutely Free. waii! your name for PASTIME, a bright lean, lllus rated story and humorous paper or thr. family circo, 16 large pases, only 40c a ear; on trial 4 months 10c. V.'e give a nickle liver watch to each subscriber, a "cat Will watch, guaranteed for 'ieep time for many years as accrrately as a 100 watch And we give Gold Watches, Bicy-Ie- s, etc. Sample and particulars free. Send -onr address fvday if you do no more, we will surprise ; o j. Better enclose 5 stamps for trial subscription, cr H stamps for watch and paper, while tlie wat;'ie?uregoins free. The PASTIME Pub. Co.. Uinisville, Ky. ljr. Wo In every test made S. 8. S. earily demonstrates its superiority over other blood remedies. It matters not how obGf all Blood Diseases and stinate the case, nor what other treatment or remedies have failed. S. S. 8. always promptly reaches and cures any Don't Sillier, Thj HlirQC fhfl Unrct HqCQC disease where the blood is in any way involved. Cures all diseaaes without the use os medi-inUUICO IIIB OTUIOl UdDGOi Everyone who has had experience with A pure Oxygen treatment, by absorp blood diseases knows that there are no ail- tion. It cures where everytninj else laws if ments or troubles so obstinate nnd difficult to cure. Very few remedies claim is in every family, for it will lelieve ev to cure such real, blood diseases as S. 3. 8. cures, and none can erylidded wtalcness or ailment, to the most persistent offer such incontrovertible evidence of merit. S S. S. is not merely a tonic it chronic disease, and without the use of a grain is a cure ! It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases, and gets at the people all over the medicine. foundation of the very worst cases, and routs the poison from the system. It does Ltfnited States, Thousands of citizens to Law from private not, like other remedies, dry up the poison and hide it .from view temporarily, yers, Doctors. Preachers, Supreme Judges. Edonly to break forth again more violently than ever; S. S. S. forces out every itors, etc.. even Crowned Heads of Europe have trace of taint, and rids the system of it forever. .liven written testimonials of these facts. Book jvirs. 1. w. i.ee, Montgomery, Ala., writes: "Some years jf testimonials, and matter of great interest ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected with price of instruments sent free. Every fammy babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores and ily should have au Eleetropolse; it saves monulcers from head to foot, and in my great extremity I prayed ey, induces health. Send your address at once to die. Several prominent physicians treated me, but all nd see what people say who have thoroughly to no purpose. The mercury and potash which they tested its merits, .geuts wanted. THE gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful llame which was ELECTKOPOISE Co., oU 1th Sc.. Louisville devouring me. I wa3 advised by friends who had seen Ky. lyr. wonderful cures made by it, to try Swift's Specific. I improved from the start, as the medicine seemed to go direct to the cause of the trouble and force the poison out. Twenty TAKEN UP AS ESTRAT. Douies cured me completely." owut's opecinc Reaches the Seat e. deep-seate- d S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no mercury, potash, arsenic, or anv other mineral or chemical. It never fails to cure Cancer, Eczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood. Poisoa, iener, Jiuiis, varuuncies, cores, etc. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga, F.Davis, near Chappel church, on Buckeye pike, ouo red heifer, white stripe across white stripe in forehead, weight about elslit hundred pounds. Aooralsed at 4t It. A. NOEL, J. P. G. C. Uy L CAPITAL fioo,ooo.oo BAM ( I TAKEN UP AS ESTRAT. By Rica Loan, one sorrel mare, about It years old, about 15 hands hlsh. saddle scars 011 back, white hind foot nnd small blaze in face. Came to my place in July. For further particulars address me at McCreary, Ky. Owner can have same by paying expenses. 4t -- OF- SURPLUS, $20,000.00 Don't "Chew tlie Bag." In the battle of life when your cares as 10,000 knife Cut deep audare frelgbtcned with pain, When your skies are all black and before you BUSINESS SOLICITED. the track Is washed by adversity's rain, Oarefal and Prompt Attention Guaranteed Never weaken your grip, keep a stiff upper Hp, And permit not your courage to flag; Capital, Surplus Fund $50,000 LANCASTER, KY. A.R.Denny. President. Jno. . Stormes, Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cashier. J. X. DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY FIRE ul'DFE INSOMCE SPRINGFIELD Lii Snverjor anl Apatfor CO FIRE 1UD MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS I. F. Robinson, Jr., R. T. Embry, Book-keep- AETNA FIRE INSURANCE W. McC JOHNSTON, Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Just keep bulging ahead through the gul lies, instead Of sitting 'round chewing the rag. Though the lightning may flash and the thunders may crash, And the tempest in anger may roar, x Every cloud will be rent when its fury is spent. And the skies be as blue as before. There is never a woe you cannot over throw. But you never must loiter nor lag, you never can hope to successfully For cope With your troubles by chewing the rag. 'Tis the will of the King that each mortal must swing The energy sworn in the fight, Must struggle and toll in the midst of tur moil, Till the day breaks the fchadaws of night, And we surely will miss (he bright goal of success, Of achievement we never will brag, Never bask in the sun of sweet victory won If we sit around chewing the rag. There is never a height In the scope of our sight But the feet of ambition can scale, i ntrc is never a prize set to magnet our I. H.HieanrBOTHax Liwia T. Lbavill B. F. Hudson W. O. Risnbt C. D. Wxlxbb Preslden Casbiei Ass't Cash'r. DIRECTORS Sam 1. D.Cochran of Pythias, meets every Friday night in Masonic hall. All vis- JOHN T. JOHNSTON Assistant Cash' Bookkeepei Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson, L. Davidson, OF NEW YOI;. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, LANCASTER, KY DIRECTORS: J.M.HieOIHBOTHAK, IiBTflS Y LBATBLL, 3. 8. Johhson, T. M. Abkold, B. F. Hubson. H. C. Arnold, Jb. ALBX.GlBBB, J. J.WALKBB Robinson Lancaster, : Hamilton Jgts : iting Knights are fraternally invited. Jno. E Btormes. Office ovei Post Office. : Ed Bishop, C. C. Jacob V. Robinson. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. Kentucky- - J. S. Haseujen, K.R.& S F, wagons we will sell good Lump Coal at 10c a "bushel at our yards for tlie present. To We have also a full line all other coals in eyes eluding two grades of cannel, three sizes of An But is ours if we hang to the trail. thracite, Woolrldge, Jellico, Taint Rock, Bry We can climb every steep, every chasm ant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, can leap, Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Salt, Lime, Cement, Can surmount everv lilndnrlnp irir. But we never can take e'en a crumb of the Patent Plasttr, Sand and Manufactured Ice, caxe If we sit around chewing the rag. DANVILLE ICE fc COAL CO. Denver Post. W. S. GLORE, Mgr. Rotary Motion and became very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches. He was treated by physicians, also used sev eral kinds of liniment and two and a half gallons of whiskey in bathing it, but nothing gave any relief until he began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. rThis brought almost a complete cure in a week's time and he believes that had he not used this remedy his leewould have had to be amputated. Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains. bruises and rheumatism. For sale bv R. E. McRoberts. im During the winter of 1807 Mr James lieeci, one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay, Co. W Va.. struck his leg against a cake of ice in such a manner as to bruise it severely. It Yard, C. S. Depot, Telephone 24. Town of fice and Factory, 3d St., Telephone 151. Ball Bearings, We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway W S. BEAZLEY. Teeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air. Office in the New Thompson Building. UNJVPt JQ XDEISTTIST iT' DR. BELL'S ine-Tar-Hon- PUBLIC SALE OF ey STOCK, CROP Implements Wednesday, October, and ! E.f.Araolfl, apt, Lancaster. MASON HOTEL FOB SALE. On account of old age, 1 offer for sale to the hlehest and best Didder in not sold privately before that time) on Monday, Oct. 23rd, 1899 County Court day for Garrard county, mv Hotel DroDertv in the town of Lan caster Ky., known as the Mason Ho tel, with all the appurtenances uiere-unt- o belonging. Said'Hotel is well located' situated on Stan ford street in said town, adjoining the Court House, fronting on Stanford street 100 feet and running back aOO feet to an allev. The hotel mostly brick, with a frame addition and contains 17 rooms besides the kitchen and other outbuildings. Including a good ice house. On this Hotel lot is a good stable 36 X CO feet with a new metal shed attached, 14 x 60 feet all in good repair and is now used as a LIVERY STABLE. This hotel ha been doing the principle hotel business of the town for many years ond has now the largest patronage. This is a good opportunity as well as an investment to the proper party. This property will be sold as a whole. Lancaster is a town of 2,000 population and is growing rapidly and situated on a high and healthy location, with a fine graded school and churche of all denominations and clever bos- surrounded by as rich fiitable citizens and is in any other portion of yon will find the famous bluegrass region of Kentucky. It has a good Electric Light and Telephone system nd a francolse has been granted for Water Works. It is on the Richmond Branch on the K. C division of the L. fc N. R. R. Co.. and is on the line of recent survey of the Southern Railway Company connecting Burgin with their other rood at Jellico, Tenn., of about 90 miles wnich will make a through line from Louisville to Knoxvllle and the South. ' A BUSINESS it EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the youn man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded is of first importauce to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BOOK-KEEPIN- BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. COLLEGE SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In his line Graduates of this college preferred by business houses. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United Btates it will be mailed to you FREE. 115th i8gg, at Camp Dick Robinson, in Garrard county I will sell all my stock. Crop and Implements, consisting of seven work mules, 1G hands ready for market ; 7 horses, among them a Tery gentle family mare: an extra road horse; a superior brood mare byvGambetta Wilkes, out of a Burboun Wilkes mare, back ed by MambrinolChief. safe in foal to Ashland Wilkes; bay filly outof above by Ashland Wilkes; also yearling filly, an extra good one, out of this mare, by Nuthurst;amare by Nuthurst outof a Barney Wilkes mare, in foal to Ashland Wilkes;; one gelding by Gam-bett- a Wilkes, out of the dam of Jack 2:10i4 nnd Jack's Brother 2:11, Also 45 good yearling cattle, 15 Jersey cows and heifers (the chance to get a milk cow), an extra good Jersey bull, 125 fresh ewes already bred to extra bucks, 3 wagons, hay frames, carts, plows, harrows, etc. etc.; 2 buggies almost good as new, 1 McCor-mic- k binder used only four days, in a lightning hay baler, large lot of small tools, some old corn, about .10 tons of pure timothy hay, rick of clover hay and several ricks of straw, about 15 bushels of new cultivated hemp seed, 53 acres of good hemp in the shock, 10 hemp breaks, a splendid cooking range, two or three heating stoves, together with other things about the kitchen and house; about 150 pure Plymoth Rock chickens and 50 turkeys; a great many little articles about the kitchen, dining room and house. This is the place for bargains, as the property will positively be sold. At the same time and place I will sell the 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. The sore, weary, cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearimucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. ng SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS. BOTTLES ONLY. 25c, 50c AND $1.00 SIZES. I AM 88 YEARS OLD, and neveF used any remedy equal to Dr. Bell's It gives quick and permanent relief in grip as well as coughs and colds. It makes weak lungs strong. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, Paducah, Ky. Be sure you get Dn Bell's IKE . E. SUTHERLAND HZSICIBZ CO., PINE-TAR-HON- Foutala Park, radical, Xj. At McRoberts' Drug Store Lancaster. Birlois 0. B. SWINEBROAD, ATTORNEY TOLL HOUSB PROPERTY immediitely in the forks of the pike; splendid lot, with house of four rooms; elegant cistern and all outbuildings, meat house, poultry house, good stable, etc., etc. This property is comparatively new, and everything about It is In perfect repair -- the best location in the county for a store or shop of any kind. TERMS LIBERAL. Sale will commence at 10 o'clock, sharp. R. KINNAIRD. AT LAW TERMS: One third cash, balance in one and two years in equal Installments with interest on deferred payments at the rate of G per cent per an. nuin from January 1st '1900 until paid when possession will be given as the property is rented until that time. A lieu retained on L. W. HUDSON. T. D. ENGLISH. Aucfr. mm, SALE & FEED STABLE. LANCASTER, KY. We make special Attention our of AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. Options on Farms wanted. Money Frst Class Real Estate. AGENT FOR INSURANCE. Aetna, loaned on TREES! TREES! The Blue Grass Nurseries offer property for purchase mouey. For further Information apply to my son, W. B. Mason, Lancaster. Ky, JIBS. ELIZABETH J. MASON. Capt. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. New York Life In's. Co: Palatine, National, Hartford, Deleware, Milwaukee, Queen, Call and. this Celebrated "Wagon at ' G. S. It All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand folly Warranted and Excels all others. GAINES' every thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and everything kept in such an establishment. We employ no agents. Descriptive catalogue on application to L. F. HUBBLE. ATTORNEY law AND BEAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. Thirty-Thousan- Dr. KY JR. 544, Goldstein, at Will be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on Acres ValNice combined horses alwayson Saturday Novr. 4, and at St.Asaph uable Hardwood Timber and Hotel, Stanford, Monday, Novr. 6th, Mineral. Lands for Sale in hand for sale. d South-Easter- n SALE STABLE. Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, H. F. HILLENMEYER, Special Bargains Phone 279, Lexington, Ky. Grass Farms. Kentucky. in Blue returning one day each month. Eyes examined adjusted. W. B. BURTON. and Glasses scientifically Conneticat, Continental, Glens Falls, German Americas, Plienix of Brooklyn, New York Underwriters, Liverpool & Loadoi $ Globe. North British & Mercantile AetiaLifekM-Mirt.Ct- t