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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 30, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899113001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 30, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 t - TEKTHYEA.R. ' - Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Halter. 2rU3IBEK35 LOUIS LAND RAM, Published! LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER Queensware Sympson's. 30, 1890. Lard cans and sausage mills. oxk J. R. a it A ykab at cost, at Fuller & Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy boots and shoes. LANCASTER AND VICINITy. Barrel salt Haselden. Sec Benton Ashley for your holiday signs. He's a peach. in town Wanted Car load Bones and Iron. A. Stone. We handle the celebrated Buell Logan & Robinson. Bootee. at Gaines.': .for your Benton Ashley is a No. 1 sign writer and painter. See him and you will be Try our prices evaporated peaches satisfied. and apricots at Faulconer & Herndjon. meat Hogs For Sale. FarmTV Several good second hand ibuggies A few choice ones, weight from 250 Bring on youroftlifon and get the and surreys cheap. W. J. B?hfcans. to 300. Victor Lear. 2t advance. II. Mclntoshes and slickers from $1.50 to S5.00 at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick 10c buys 3 lbs. Crowley Louisiana Get all j'our ingredients Black Cake at T. Carrey's. Best fresh oysters Curreys. y at T. Good boots for $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Oysters, FruitsNuts, Celery at T. Gurrey's. at Jennings & Co., Paint Grapes and Lick. & Co., juign top snocs lor si.&o Paint Lick, Ky. at Jennings I have a lot of for sale lirst-clas- s W. balcikiay J. Romarks , Rice. Try it. Guns, hunting coats and loaded shells at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. For Sale. 21 You Will Find The QUEEN NMLITr Shoes The Acme o f Perfection. CALL anil SEE THEM, Our Line of LI T AMI AH ,5 3 Misses an w JACKETS and WRAPS are going out fast. Hurry Up, or you will miss a Bargain. We have just received another LARGE SHIPMENT of UNDERWEAR. You will find our sizes ample novr. LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY nice 750 lb steers.- am standing a nice Jersey Bull at Johnston or Sons. m25tf R. L. Elkin. Capt. Herndon had a fine dog in the $1.00 cash. National Fox Hunter's meeting, On Dec. 1, Dr. W. S. Beazley will All kinds blankets from 50c to $3.50 which captured first prize in an im's office to rooms over Dr. per pair at Jennings &Co.. Paint Lick move-hiportant race. office, Bookout property, Dan' Lard cans, sausage mills, lard press- ville street. tf. Mrs. Dollie Brown has taken many orders for the Ladies Home Journal. es and butcher knives. Prices the Good Job For Berkele. J. R. Haselden. Leave your order with her and it will lowest. The many friends of Mr. W. A. Berreceive prompt attention. 2t The City Council will meet Monday kele are glad to know he has been night. This will be the last meeting giving a good job at Frankfort. Gov. Lost Dog. Bradley has made him keeper of the spotted hound bitch, with of the present board. White place which carries a good black spots. Left my place last SatA nice line of furniture always on arsenal, a urday. Liberal reward for informa- hand at R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint salary with it and is quite responsible. tion leading to her return. W. S. Lick, Ky. For pent. Walker, Point Leavell. Hog Killing Time. Brick, corner storeroom, with dry Buy your sage, black and Cayene cellar under tlie;entire builning, and Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville Steam laundry. Work shipped pepper and salt petreat Stormes Drug the best location in Lancaster. For " and received daily. Shirt waists a Store. particulars, call on or address specialty. Office at T. Curreys grocery J. (I Hemphill. New line of dried fruits also cabbage store. tf. and potatoes at Jennings & Co., Paint Chance or Your Life. Lick, Ky. The offer made by Fuller & Sympson Thanksgiving Services Today. The customary Thanksgiving serI will take corn, wheat, barley, hay to sell their stock of Queensware at vices will be held in the Presbyterian or anything in that lirie for new or cost, has been accepted by many delighted patrons. The sale closes Dec. church this morning at 10:30. The or second hand buggiesj.surries, 15th. They have tea sets, toilet sets, sermon will be preached by Rev. RobWl JRomans. etc. lamps, glassware and dinner sets in inson, of the Methodist church, and and handsome good music rendered. Winter has set in and its time you great variety, all were looking aroued for a place to buy some. Head the Ad. your boots, shoes, clothing and underOne means of gaining happiness Mr. A. C. Sine, the contractor and wear. Remember R. L. Jennings & lumber man, of Stanford, places his Co. keep everything in that at remark- (Helen Spencer contends in the December Ladies' Home Journal) is the ad in Tins Record this issue. He is ably low prices. art of laying aside in the evening all doing some work here now, and is preIioyal Legion. the work and duties of the day. Evpared to furnish satisfactory terms to There will be a"n important meeting ery person ought to have some simple all wanting anything in his line. Tiie Record can recommend Mr. Sine as a of the Loyal Legion at the Christian evening diversion as a relaxation, even first-clabusiness man, and a reliable church next Sunday afternoon at 3 if it is only the pleasure of having a o'clock. Business of great importance good magazine to read aloud, or some gentleman. topic of interest to discuss, or some is to be attended to and a full attendHlodern Prodigals. simple pleasure to share .with others. ance is earnestly desired. Rev. J. C. Massee will begin on next Communion Sunday. Electric Dogs. Sunday night at the Baptist church, Communion services will be held at a series of sermons on "Modern The great Chesapeake & Ohio RailThere will be five of the ser- the Presbyterian church next Sunday way always in the lead in appliances for mons as follows: 1 On Prodigal Fath- morning, conducted by the pastor, the safety and speed of its trains, has ers, 2 Prodigal Mothers, 3 Prodigal Rev. J. L. McKee. The usual pre- put in a system of electric "dogs" to Sons, 4 Prodigal Daughters, 5 Prod liminary services will beheld Friday prevent operators from sleeping. The dog is placed on the inside of the rail igal Christians. Mr. Massee says these and Saturday evenings. some distance from the station and are some of the strongest sermons he Death OrMrs. Follltt. preaches and cordially invites the pubRev. Pollitt, presiding elder of this when the flange of the car wheel lic hear them: district, who was to preach here last strikes it, sets a gong to ringing in Sunday, wrote that his wife was too the operator's room, making it imposFinishing Touches. sible for him to sleep and fail to note The opera house is now beign plas- ill for him to be present. She has the passage of the train and and ansince died and was buried at Harrods- tered and the carpenters are completnounce it to the station ahead. ing their work. The scenery has ar- burg today. Mrs. G. M. Patterson, of city, who was a great friend of About The Railroad. rived and as soon as the mechanics get this Col. L. Hubble, right of way agent through it will be placed. The chairs Mrs. Pollitt, attended the funeral. will be arrange 1 differently from what for the Southern Railway, came home Fresco Artlit. they were and will give a good view of Harry Israel, a scenic and fresco ar- yesterday to spend Thanksgiving. He the stage from any part of the build- tist, has located in Lancaster for a tells The Record that he has secured ing. The electric lights now doing few weeks and has been doing some the right of way for the extension on service are only temporary, the regular splendid work. He is now working on over the route, and will reones being in clusters of different col- S. C. Denny's parlor, and as soon as turn to complete the work immediateors. Carpets will be placed upon the completed, he will fresco the Opera ly. He has accomplished his work aisles, each seat numbered so as to pre House ceiling and walls. This latter with remarkable rapidity, and the vent confusion. The advance man of job will consume much of his time, Southern certainly selected the right a troupe which was compelled to can- but he would like to close contracts man in the right place when they secel dates on account of smallpox in on any other work now. cured him. He tell us he recently received a letter from Mr. Wells, the southern Kentucky, was here last A Fine Show. chief engineer, urging him to press week, but no dates were given him, as the scaffoding now takes up the entire The Nashville Students gave a clean, the work, as they wanted all the ire s entertainment at the opera liminaries completed by January 1, so floor space. house in this city, and the large au- they Could be able to let contracts for Circuit Court. dience' was delighted with every construction by January 10, and comThe November term of the Garrard "turn." They carry two big bands plete the road from Burgin to Jellico Circuit Court convened Monday morn and 45 people. At night, the two during next year. The surveyors on ing, Judge Saufiey on the bench. The bands combined and gave a concert in the Danville and Stanford route are usual charge was given the grand jury front of the opera house. .This music still at work' and have reached a point by the judge, after which the work of was the best we ever heard from a in Pulaski county, near Woodstock, the court was gone into. The follow brass band. They played several se- and ciaim'they have a good line in eving is a list of the jurors. lections which the average band could ery respect. They will connect with Grand Jurors. not touch with a forty-fopole, and Mr. Respass' line at Dallas, Pulaski T. B. Robinson, Foreman. were loudly applauded by the large county. M Lackey, , D John Hill, crowd that collected and stood shriv-erin- g G. T. Ealla-d- , TVI. Herring, A mass meeting. , until the last selection was finHenry Patterson. J. F. Pettus. ished. If this troupe visits LancasThe mass meeting called for Sunday Jno. Anderson, Jno. G. Doty, ter again, standing room will be at. a afternoon to protest against seating W. B. Ray, , . v R. K. Conn, premium. Congressman Roberts, drew many Jesse Doty. people to the Court House. The " Curtis F. Burnam. Petit Jury. meeting was opened by a short talk M. F. Rout, T. J. Hatcher,. (Louisvl.le Times) by Rev. Massee, who, in a few O. T. Layton, M. D. Hughes,' The most interesting personality in words stated its object. He C. W. Mitchell, Wm. Stone, the new State Senate will beHon.Cur-ti- s was followed by Mr. i. Williams, Bryant Ballard, Ed Norris, F. Burnam, from the district com- who proceeded to give his views upon W. R. Cook, Eugene Berkele, posed of thejeounties of Madison, Estill the seating of Roberts, and told the Jack Adams, Lee and Powell. Born in, 1820 and audience that he believed Roberts was F. B. Crow, a n. C. Arnold.v. J. L. Warner, graduated at Yale.ia.the class of 1840,. entitled" to the seat, and would be J. N. Hullett, Hunter Horse, he was elected a member of the Legis- given the certificate and seated, but Ed Price, J. N. Denny, a Presi that the thing to do was to petition lature in 1851; in 1852 A. D. Hughes, Jas. Guynn. dential Elector for Scott and Graham; congress to unseat him because of conJ. T. Holtzclaw, Samp Archer, served two more terms- in the Legis duct unbecoming a congressman, etc.1 Eb Cook, Dave Thompson. lature; in 1863 was the Republican Dr. McKee followed and said he was Harvey Payne was fined $20 for dis- nominee for United States Senator and opposed to seating Roberts, but did turbing religious worship. was defeated by James G uthrie; in 18( 4 riot know for certain that congress The bail bond of Mack Jennings. was, the Lincoln and Johnson Elector could do so, after they had once $100, was declared forfeited. for the and in 1875 was him. It was agreed tp make v liube Scott was fined $10 for killing appointed by President Grant Assist the petition read that" "If congress stock. ant Secretary of Jhe Treasury. Mr, has the ppwer," etc. A rising vote The case of Gillis Prather for Wil- Burnanvbas been forhearly forty years was taken tupbn thepetition .offered ing Burton at Paint Lick, was' then president of a bank at Richmond: has and everybody stood up. The meetcalled and the following Jury selected: the degree of LL..D. from Centre Col- ing tben adjourned, and we. presume V ITT ir- iV T, xsavt; ml., J.UUUJJOUU, j n rn.ilcuen, ma lege; one of his sons is a member of the the fate of 'the man of wives is hangCpok,r Hunter House, Ansil George, Court of Appeals and,, another has ing in the balance.- - The music, under. James Thompson, Clate Teater, fam served in tbe'Lowet Houieof the Legdirection of MrsT JPatter- Shugars, Wm Bland, George TFarris, islature. In all the States there Ms no son, , wasbeautif ul'aBd the J E Haselden, Jno T Holtzclaw. The finer specimen of the gentleman of the ;en joyed ,it very ?much. " The ssolo by case is now on rial, butreoft adjourn- old school, asd hfc pjrowage i'wjll 3r.!BWard Wark was esDeckUly fine,, ed until tomorrow, no session being to the dignity, culture and courtesy of and we heard many compliments passheld today. a body sadly in need of those graces. ed upoa it. i Blue Grass Gkoceuy nice 850 to 900 Co. I lb steers and Apply to T. 13 M." s Kin-naird- Get 2 -- lbs. Middleby's Mince Meat Evaporated' peaches, prunes, IToni- iny Grits, Hominy Flakes and Oats. for lie, oxtra Fine. This week at Blue Grass Grocery Co. At T. Curreys, Butcher knives, lard cans, sausage Mr. Ilowells has never treated a funny situation with subtler humor mills, lard presses, sage, pepper etc. at than in The Magic of a Voice, in the Jennings & Co., Paint Lick, Ky. Christmas New Lippincott. The Lancaster Odd Fellows lodge received thirteen petitions Monday Bronze Gobblers Tor Sale. night. Tiiis makes about sixteen fine ones. A few for candidates to be initiated. W. Kavanaugii. sale at $2. A. nov-9-We are receiving and will have open in a few days the finest lintyof ChristMiddleby's Blackberry, Strawberry, mas goods ever brought toALancaster. Peach or Plum Preserves Finest in Morrow & McRobeuts' the land at 5c per lb. Thanksgiving week. We are too busy opening Christmas Blue Grass Grocery Co. goods to write any locals this week. Wanted! They are coming in byhe car load. All kinds of 'metal, brass, zinc, cop This year we will surpassall future per, lead, old ledgers, rubber shoes, displays. Everything that's new, hides, pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, handsome and appropriate forthe holi and yellowroot. Will pay extreme days. J. C. Thompson, the jeweler. market price for all kinds produce. II. B. NORTnCOTT. Feed for Sale. We Are Crowing! Over having such a splendid line of Cooking and Heating Stoves. Our patrons NEVER ENTER CONTEST, as our Prices and Goods always please them. COMPLETE RETURNS show us far in the lead, with all kiuds of Stoves, Grates, Mantles, and everything to keep off winter's chilly blasts. For It' lit. well improved farm of G9 acres" on White Lick, in Garrard county. Good house, etc. "Splendid grass. Call on undersigned for particulars, W. McC. Johnston. tf ;V Such as corn on the ear, crushed corn and cob meal. Baled hay, cut fodder, straw and hay for making chop feed. Also the best Blue Gem and Jellico coals obtainable. Give us a part of your trade at least which will be appreciated. S. T. Leavell & Son. . R. HASELDEN. road-wago- Death of John I'nibry. n John. B. Embry, the cattle buyer, died last week at Havan- na, of yellow fever. lie was in Cuba for the purpose of superintending the construction of stock yards. Mr. Em bry was well known in this county and very popular among stockmen and others who knew him. He lived at Nicholasville. well-know- tf. The Complete Novel of the Christmas New Lippincott is by Ernest Rhys, the famous romancer of old Welsh legends. His story is about a great dash for victory made by the Whistling Maid, who gives the title. She saves her father's castle and wins herself a noble lover, but only after a grim fight with fate. Beazley & Baiigliman, Funeral Directors. , Piod-igals- ." Rev. Ulassce-- Splendid Work. Rev. Massee last Sunday stated that when he came to Lancaster his prayer was that he would add fifty names to the church's membership during the year, ins prayers had been answered and the number was, that day, fifty- three. Rev. Bow left Suuday and Mr. Massee continues the meeting 'til t night, when it comes to a close. The number of conversions named above have been made during Mr. Massee's entire stay here, which has hardly been one year. Our people are very much attached to him, and his earn estness and genuine Christianity have made many warm admirers for him. To Christmnss Buyers. Arterial ami Cavity EmLalmim Keep us in mind when you start out to purchase Christmas presents. We A Specially. have something to show you in this line which you cannot afford to pass Full Line of . . . by unnoticed. Nice goods have never been sold so low and ourstock abounds Furniture anil Carpets. with pleasing and desirable gifts of all kinds and prices. We hope every read er will call, whether contemplating a J.I.HamiltoC J.E.ROBIJJeOX purchase or not. Our doors are open Jso.T.Hays. to every lover of the beautiful and we Hays, Hamilton & RoMasou, shall welcome all to see and enjoy our handsome Holiday display. Stormes Attorneys and Couusc) rs at Law Drug Store. More local on page 3. LANCASTER, KY. mmimtsemsmitis&im The Season of 1899 is Drawing to a close, 5ut we still have on Hand an Elegant Stocl( of one-ha- lf clothing, first-clas- overcoats, neckwear:, underwear, TO SELECT FROM. Do You "We Want a Suit? FINE SHOES FANCY SHIRTS - STYLISH HATS FINE GLOVES MENS HOSIERY ON PRICES. areiaiming to make it to THE INTEREST OF EVERY PURCHASER PATRONIZING US. well-chos- SEE IIS OH WE DEFY COMPETITION s State-at-larg- e, . A visit from you will be appreciated, and will Interest you. LOGAN & ROBINSON. SQUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, LANCASTER, KY. L'tbe-iklllf- ai THE SEASON RECORD XVBRT WEEK IS GETTING LATE BUT WE HAVE A BT LOUIS LAyVRAX. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Superb Line TO of Hats F CKSM8 f Oil YSAB. IH ADTAHCB ITHBEB Six Months. " " " $1.00 .50 - UI all the otHer members of ths National We were In houses were saints. Washington once and heard a fellow say that the most handsomely furnished "residence" lathe capital was kept exclusively for representatives and senators. Turn out all the mem bers who wander .from the straight and narrow path, and Uncle Sam will sedh" have to rent out his capitol for a market house. Gov. Bradley has set Monday th e 18th day of December as the time for electing a congressman to fill the va cancy caused by the death of Hon. Evan E. Settle, and the usual quota of chronic candidates over there are, as they have been for many years, try ing to convince the dear people that they are the fellows to fill the place. The remains of Mr. Settle were not in the coffin ere the scramble for his shoes began. THURSDAY, Novembcr30 189q Holidays have become so numer We . are prepared to please you ous that people seldom stop to think of their purpose. In fact, they are so both in style and price. close together that no attention is SALLIE 1. T1LIET. Burton's jkw ELY- - SALE & FEED STABLE. LANCASTER, We make special Attention our of SALE STABLE. Nice combined horses always on hand for sale. W. B. BURTON. ORGANIZED 1888. PITIZENS NATIONAL BAM, U OF LAHOABTEB. FY. Gapital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. II. Hisginbothak Preside!! Cashlei Uvu Y. LIA.VILL B. F. Hcdbow W. O. Eisnkt O. D. Walkke DIRECTORS: J.M.HlGGINBOTHA. Assistant Cash'j Bookieepei LIWIB Y LIAVILL, paid to them by the average citizen, who goes about his. business the same as usual. The greed of the human race for money has become so., strong that many would not close their places on Sunday if the law did not compel them to do so. This is a sad plight, but it seems to be "the thing," so we suppose its all right. We think that next to the Sabbath, today, Thanksgiving, should be the mast strictly ob served of any. People who give it the least thought are the ones who should be the loudest in singing praises to God for permitting them to exist. The men who go through the world steal ing, swearing, slandering, never work ing, backbiting, and oppressing the poor, should not only take up the time today, but occupy the next 365 days in Power that thanking a they have been permitted to remain upon the earth so long. The money grabber should not only put in that much time but he should ask his neighbors to give him a lift in extend ing his thanks for being permitted to take up space on the earth. The poor man should return thanks that he has not been permitted to starve, or been sold out of house and home by some one who "had to close up my outstanding affairs." The genuine Christian will not have much trouble in fixing up his returns, as it will only be necessary for him to give a "re view" of his daily prayers, which are on record above. The hypocrite should thank heaven that the church building did not tumble on him or the earth open and swallow him, as he occupied his front seat and con sumed the time in studying over his "business" matters. The Sunday only Christian should be thankful that the law compels him to close his place on the Sabbath, so that he is thereby reminded that he must put on his long face and get out the old sleek, prince albert coat. We editors are thankful that we are alive, and doubly grateful to know that only 999 out of every 1,000 people know how to run a paper, consequently the profes sion is not over crowded. -- Uncle George Dewey got along' all right until he took a woman into the case. He gave the house to her, she in turn gave it to his son, so the devil is now to pay. Get back on the ocean, old man, where you belong. We never knew a man to fool around where he had no business but what he got in trouble. Every fellow to his trade, Uncle George. As a land lubber, you are a failure. "more tion stands rubbering at us, she also The Navy Department awarded con tracts for six 3,600 ton cruisers. has a firm clinch upon her nasal n cigar The new syndicate, with capital of 810,000,000, If the money squandered buying that home for Admiral Dewey had has begun business. been distributed among the poor boys Thousands of men and women suf who did the fighting, there would fer from piles, especially women with' have been no such disgusting state of female weakness have this suffering things as are now existing by icason to contend with in addition to their other pains. TABLER'S BUCKEYE of the Admiral giving away the PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect a cure. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes The republicans and democrats 75cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm have gotten things in such a sloppy The Filipino Government and army mess that the prohibs ought to be are disappearing- - like .chaff before a given control for a while to let things wind. The latest capture is Buencam- "dry" out; ino, Secretary of State, and chief The indications are that there will brains of the rebels, who is now a prisbe a Military Ball at the Inauguration oner in Manilla. Aguinaldo is hard of Kentucky's next governor. The pressed. In a fortnight his army has e dance has about played out, dwindled from 2,000 to perhaps 200. Desertions are common and provincial anyhow. officers previously hostile are now anxThe State Election Commissioners ious to get to Manilla and obtain a will meet at Frankfort next Saturday, permanent hold on their offices. December 2, to canvass the returns A friend in need is a friend indeed. from the recent election. Chamberlain's That is exactly Havana-Americaold-tim- It's Going to be a Great Christmas. We have got the Goods and make the Prices that will fill all the Stockings, AND DO IT REASONABLY, TOO. Don't cry "can't afford it, " but come to our store and see for yourself how easily and economically you can get nice presents for your relatives and friends. WE HAVE A FULL STOCK OF THINGS EVERYBODY WANTS. We can show you appropriate gifts for young and old, costing from a mere trifle up to as costly a present as you care to make. than was claimed for her on the trial trip. The report that she would not take kindly to water proved a fake. Anv Kentuckian likes to swim in water. If the originator of this The battleship Kentucky proved gag would have shaped his witlcism to read that she sprung a leak and would not let in water, it would have been phunnier. We notice that our good friend, Mr. It. W. Brown, managing editor of the Louisville Times, has, upon advice of a physician, been spending a few days in the country to recuperate his health. Bob is an honorable man, and the stench from the political mess in Louisville doubtless turned his stomach, and caused his illness. of Congressman Roberts is a waste of time upon the part of the good women of the W. C. T. U. If the party in the majority can use the man of wives, he will remain in his seat, but if he cannot be "used" he will be taken by the seat of his breeches and cast into the Potomac river. Some of the papers are deploring the formation of a bottle trust. This will not bother us in the least. We have another place to store liquids and have never yet had enough surplus to need a bottle to put it in. All this flourish over the seating J.S.Johnson, H.C.AENOLD. JB ALSZ.QIBBS, T.M.Abhold B.F.HUBSOK. J.J.WALKBB Jacob Y. Robinson. is frequently said recently, that people are tearing the wigs over Congressman Roberts having "The eyes of the nation are upon three wives, and rant about as though Kentucky." Yes, and while the na The It Free of Charge, Any adult suffering from a cold settled on the breast, bronchitis, throat or lung troubles of uny 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. James H. Williams, a merchant, at Falmouth, filed suit against Col. James W. Cookendorfer, a wealthy farmer of this county, for $10,000 damage for alienation of his wife's affections. Williams and wife have been living together since 1867, and have grandchildren. For Hoarseness. Geo. A Pontins, Upper Sandusky, O. writes: I have been using Foley's Honey and Tar for sore throat and hoarseness and find it the best remedy I ever tried. It stopped the Cough immediately and relieved all soreness. ' C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Hon. W. W. Combs, late Democratic candidate for the Legislature in Madison county, will contest the elec tion of Capt. W. T. Harris. About $40,000 was subscribed at the morning service of the Fourth avenue Methodist church, Louisville, for the erection of a new church building. Used by British Soldiers In Africa. ' Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known all over Africa as commander of the forces that captured the famous rebel Galishe. Under date of Nov. 4, 1897, from Vryburg, Bechuanaland, he writes: "Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men, and in every case it proved most beneficial." For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist.lm J Cough Remedy isv It is the mother's help when she is suddenly awakened in the night by the ominous husky cough, and labored breathing, of her babe. It is the safe resort of the youth or adult when he has "caught cold" and there is coughing and irritation of the mucous membrance of the throat. It allays the irritation and cures the cold. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, druggist. lm The court of appeals sustained the action of Circuit Judge Jones in requiring the Nelson county election officers to certify the W. T. Taylor votes for W. S. Taylor. No opinion was handed down, the motion to dis solve Judge Jones' injunction simply. being overruled. The court was not unanimous, two of the Democratic Judges refusing to concur. The Dem ocratic members of the Nelson county board signed the certificates, but will send a protest to the State Election Commissioners. Since the Appellate Court decision some of the Democratic leaders talk of resorting to injunction proceedings to prevent the counting of the vote in contested counties by the State Board. Discovered by a Woman. . Another great discovery has been made, and that too by a lady in this country." Disease fastened itsclutches ubon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, and was so much relieved on falrlnc first. dns. that, Khp. slprlt. nil night; and with two bottles, has been absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c nick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial tie free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store what WE ARE SURE TO PLEASE YOU IN SELECTION. WE ARE SURE TO MAKE YOU HAPPY WITH OUR PRICES. Opening. Saturday. Dec. 2d. Stormes Drug Store. WE INVITE OUKFBLENDS- TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME if M4 Toilet Articles and Books. V0"ff SVHHTHTS OOyO"668a"OOOS6'0 OOOO tt'OWoTl "oTTo" fC mm EM DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. 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"Child!" exclaimed Mrs. Marcia Steven-- " s son, pausing with one floury hand half way in the currant bag, "who could have a Thanksgiving without a fine dinner? there's the sermon;" and she looked rather quizzically at her progressive niece. "Oh, yes; I know there's a devotional frontispiece." There was a queer little vein of sarcasm la the. girl's reply, which augured anything but ease of conscience for the insincere. The floury hand was slowly withdrawn from'the fmit bag, overflowing with the sugary contents, and a half puzzled look crossed the face of the cake baker, but no ,response was forthcoming. In the silence which followed Lena went softly upstairs, the spicy. appetizing odors of Thanksgiving preparations following her, 'as if to sanction her convictions. "I don't care; I believe I am right," she .aid, supplementing the conversation of the ?k)tchento suit herself. "Now, there's Aunt IMsreia, for instance," and she waved her ' 'hand' toward the stairway as if to call the .attention of invisible auditors, "she always makes such a great parade of her dainties jOQi TSanksgiving and never mentions the sermon unless it be, indeed, 'to hope the minister will get through before the turkey is overdone.' And then," giving a knowing nod to. the face in the mirror opposite, "there's her annual jar of extra flavored mincemeat expressly for Thanksgiving pies," remembering the blue jar on the back of the dresser. "There's no devotion in that, of course not; I notice that every matron in the neighborhood is made aware of the delicious fact in a way which would kill a Thanksgiving spirit stone dead. Every lady in Orne is familiar with even the label, 'My Thanksgiving Jar;' but I never heard 'her say she was 'thankful' to one of them." Then her tone changed to one of loving .caress, and she took from the mantel a beau- Lifui- - blue china rose jar and peeped into it lith glad, beaming eyes. I don t know bow my slips of paper I have in it, meditative-Tut I do know that on each one I noted ae blessing received this year for which very thankful. Aunt Marcia would 11 you 'trash,' " poking one tapering index Iwn among the slips; "but I am going to it you all out next Thursday and be snkful all over again." thanksgiving at Orne was to be celebrated the usual sermon in the little brown emerald forest leaves of spring, painted; later in all the gorgeous rainbow. . colors by an au- tumnal sun, have passed into the sere and yellow, falling lifeless to the ground. The harvest has come and the aftermath has passed,vand the people of the great republic are prospering as never before in all the wondrous history of development of this people. The president and the governors of all the states, following an example established by Washington and confirmed by Lincoln and his successors, have issued proclamations calling upon all the people of all the states to remember the generous kindness of the Giver of all, God, by returning unto Him prayers of thanksgiving for the blessings He has vouchsafed so freely to the nation. Americans, properly and wisely doubtless, may differ as to proper lines of domestic and foreign policy, but all who are here have a common heritage, and owe their homage to ihe one common Source of all that is received. Thanksgiving day is peculiarly anomalous in this, that the United States, aloneinall the nations in that it gives official, recognition to no religion and utters recognition of no God in all the universe, is the only one of all the nations which annually and unbrokenTy sets apart a day in which to return grateful thanks to the one God of us all for His, mercies and His blessings. Here is no compulsion no law exacting outward form of worship, or penalty for failure to comply. The proclamations are suggestive, or advisory only, in their nature. Yet, left free to this action, the spectacle will be observed as in similar past anniversaries, that citizens of all creeds, Catholics, Protestants, Hebrews, Shinto-ist- s and Confucians, will gather each in their own place of assembly and carry out a programme of worship, designed to show gratitude for the Divine goodness. All minor differences of religions and political and religious faith disappear before the majesty of God's goodness and faith in Him, and in a free country that is common and dear to all. It is not well or wise to say that God has favored this people above all other peoples, for such would be a vaunting of one's self above others. It is competent, though, to reflect that God has raised up on this continent within an incredibly short period a great and mighty nation; that He has caused His face to shine upon them and made them to flourish as a green bay tree by the water's edge. He who receives with a thankless heart has no appeal to confidence of his fellows and is unworthy the esteem of any who are reputed to be good. Ingratitude is the' privilege of kings, as it has been said, and of those who think their pleasures the highest obligation of their nature. Yet this people is not ungrateful. It is a g people. Whether north or south, or cast, or west, all looking from the grave of the loved that is dead to the star whose light tends to strengthen the ever and forever of man's existence. Whether in snow-gir- t Alaska, or amid the sunshine of the southland; or watered by Atlantic or Pacific here and there, and in all places of the states, Thanksgiving day is honored and observed in spirit and in letter. And this year, first of all the years, the observance of it is borne over the waves to islands where flag of freedom. now floats the Blessed is that nation whose God is the Lord, for from such He will withhold no thing that is good. WILLIAM ROSSER COBBE. HE year, by counting the slips of paper and beSECTIONAL FEELING. ing "thankful all over again." She waa -- fraid her thankfulness was little better than The Old Has Wouldn't Ride 1st the Aunt Marcia's, after all. Same Car vrlth Such a Fel"We have drifted right into it," laughed low's Funeral Wreath. Nell as they stood together in the impromptu ante-rooof the hall. They were busy putcar was The other day an enst-boun- d ting on dainty white caps and aprons to match. "I did not want to wait on the just turning on to Erie street when a table and the laugh faded into some- natty young colored man climbed thing like discontent on the pretty face. r 1 aboard, bearing proudly before him a "I should think not." Lena was absently wreath of red and white roses. It was n runninit a snowy apron string'throngh her beautiful thing and huge in its dimenfingers a little. "I don't know ! sions, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. what ails the day," jerking the string for I He laid it tenderly down across the emphasis. I meant to be so glad and thankfront seats and sat beside it, facing the ful and I am a total failure! Everything jars on me so discordantly; I guess I am all other people in the car. An old gentleman sitting one seat back, who had out of tune. I wish'I had " been watching the performance with "Had what, dear?" But Lena was peeping through the half much interest, suddenly leaned foropen door, her eyes resting on handsome ward. Ben Waite, while her heart found a chord "That wreath from Blank's?" he Nell which was sweet harmony itself. waltzed around a little, trying hard to questioned. "Umph." dodge discordant notes in the day's psalm, "Thought so. 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"All right," answered Uncle Leonard from where he was putting on the sitting-room- , his overshoes. He was very busy with a refractory buckle and did not notice that Ben went lightly upstairs and hurried out with the desired article in a trice. By and by the buckle was adjusted and Uncle Leonard came out and cogitated. "The 'Thanksgiving institution,' " he said. half aloud; "that means Marcia's extra mince jar. Blue, yes, of course. As if I couldn't find that jar in the darkest night, as many years as I've known where it sets. I reckon the pies must a' given out, or Many of Oar Lady Cousins Across the Pond Live In Single Blessedness. The number of single women in England constantly increases. Many thousands of women have to earn their own living in place of spending and husbanding the earnings of men. They pass their time in an incomplete and separate existence of their own, instead of completing and embellishing the existence- of others. From the excess in the number of women,, thousands take service in factories, while others overcrowd the ranks of needlewomen and seamstresses. Even in the richer classes, says a London exchange, there is the same inequality of numbers, and those who are relieved from the necessity of working for their daily bread have yet to seek some occupation, some interest in life, to relieve the tedium of an objectless existence. Some pursue pleasure merely, though this soon palls upon the appetite; others take to charitable pursuits, doing, perchance, an equal amount of good and mischief. Those whose tastes lead them to literary or artistic pursuits are perhaps the least unhappy. That a redundancy of unmarried women exists is evident, but it must not be regarded as caused wholly or mainly by a disparity in the number of the sexes. 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Of all Family Magazines it is the Great Caterer to Domestic Needs, and can be recommended for its cheapness, usefulness, beauty, freshnes, and utility. 1 LIPPINCOTT'S I rVDNTHLYJVAGAZINE I Contains a complete novel In every number. In addition ton large quantity of useful and entertaining reading1 matter. Xo continued mtortem, tcJiieh are mo v . I "mm'.CAM ZAYZ A TKAVEKinVG W1TI- SOT a rax Brjmatr" church and a Bumptuous dinner in the town hsllv And if anybody desired to finish up " overflow of thankfulness hy tripping the Sett to rhythm of Uncle Jake's violin, why! . .the tables would be cleared in season and preparations made. In due time the day set apart by the pres- ! ident of the United States and the people ' ' .of Orne arrived. The conventional "sift of ', t was punctually on hand. Nature had J . 'doubled on her former efforts and the merry jingling of sleighbells gave "an extra" to the occasion. Everybody was hilariously glad; even - Aunt Marcia smiled religiously and hummed v "Praise G od, fro m Wh o m all blessings flow," . sis. she" ambled from pantry to kitchen and overseeing the rom kitchen to dining-roo- w '(packing of baskets and. dishes destined for halh "Sh! humming the doxology," commented Lena to her usual invisible audience. "I would not be surprised if she went to serv But Aunt Marcia did not go to church. Things had to be looked after at the hall V&d she'd just as lief do it as not." "It's all right," she said to .Lena. "I'll ices." keep an eye on the victuals. I meant tq go to services, but one can't get hold of the Worship psr when the worry part has hold them, can they? And I can't bear hypocrisy. But," she added, confidentially, "you see if Mrs. Marion has a new bonnet, and whether the Allison girls wear their new gray silks. They probably won't be at the Sail, for they have a home dinner." Having charged her niece thus, she moved . away on festivities intent. Lena shut the .hall door with a little more than usual vigor, her thoughts about evenly divided between ( the one hundred and third Psalm and Aunt 1 :lJtarcia's devotion. After services, and just as Lena had finished making a mental note of the fact that In. Allison wore her old.bonnet, but that the Allison girls were arrayed in the aforesaid new silks, Nell Worden pulled her . sUeeve- .K "How do yon like the new phase of Orne'a .Thanksgiving?" she asked, all animation. "What new phase?" and Lena tried, to be interested. ', "Why," rejoined Nell, brushing a snow-- flake or .two from her wrap, "yon see. Deacon Annesly said it would give the occasion . genuine, thankful turn to have an expert ence meeting, and everybody enumerate all ihe blessings they coald recall for the year that made them distinctly thankful. Didn't you hear the pastor mention the 'new feaprogramme?" ture' of the after-dinne- r "No," confessed Leu. "I gmeu I was taken up with the Allison girls' gray silks," laughing and coloring a little. ' .Leas," cried. Nell, "you are provok- - .( Uncle Leonard waddled down cellar quite briskly for him. He meant to meet the of the case if possible, for he knew if Marcia wanted that jar it must be forth coming. Twenty minutes later he came puffing into the hall, and, not seeing his wife, deposited the precious burden on the end of one of the long tables, where it stood in state. flanked on either side by a stack of odorous pumpkin pies. More than one curious glance rested on Uncle Leonard's addition to the dinner; but. as no one was quite certain, nothing was KINO OR QUEEttf said until the meal was well under way. Then Penelope Johnson, the one inquisitive maiden lady of Orne, who sat next to the mysterious dish, gingerly lifted the embroidered doylie with which Uncle Leonard had covered it, and, seeing the label, con cluded that the choicest of preserves re posed therein. Having settled this to her satisfaction, she beckoned to Lena, who was flitting like a bright butterfly about an adjoining table; then, turning back the doylie, she waited, inwardly glad that Providence had cast her lines in such a plentiful place. At that moment Aunt Marcia, seeing something was expected, came forward from where she was dishing cranberry sauce, and Penelope called her attention to the matter. At sight of the familiar object Aunt Marcia's face was a "study in scarlet." "There's some mistake,"- she managed to say, gather ing up the pride of her life and bearing it to the ante-rooThe elderly dames of Orne smiled knowingly as they recognized the famous blue receptacle, but they could not tell the. why of the wherefore for the life of them. . Their Thanksgiving comes In tberTiweet Aunt Marcia was humiliated. The smile honeymoon. which went around the feminine circle cut Together Life's pathway they'll roam. her to the heart. They merrily wish at their dainty love- But Penelope, unwittingly, resolved the feast. smile into a demure little titter by curiousWith spirits light' as the foam. hope and ly wondering "where she was going to with But their wishes are blended with them preserve's?" fears. As to which one shall rule their home! "That's Leonard!" snapped Aunt Marcia. half crying, nodding to the array of cloaks in the corner." "If it wasn t ThankFgiving ' Where It HlfKas. I'd haul him over the coals for this; but Thanksgiving day has come and gone then" stopping short to think "what posWith Fortune's smile and frown. sessed him, anyway?" The turkey's "got It in the neck," Wiping the tears off her face, she suddenly The small boy lower down. concluded that she didn't understand it at L. A. W. Bulletin. all. She would wait; hidden things would be made manifest; the Scriptures said so. Batcher to Make a Helleay Then some spirit of mischief whispered: The gobbler's life is full of woes. Thanksgiving's now on deck. "And pride goeth before a fall." He's feeling blue because Jie knows "Well," said Aunt Marcia, with quivering He'll get It lo the neck. lip, "I wish I had gone to church." Judge- When Lena counted some 40 white-winge- d slips called special blessings she felt that A HIC8 FKOIPKCT. the discordant note had died somewhere between the rose jar and Ben's loving heart. 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BhU shall reaeasber oysters, and pumpkins, and mincemeat, and' Gobbler Oh, you feel tickled over Thanksfmy mercies,' dear, so don't get offended." celery, and nuts, and raisins, and all the oth A. vision of the blue china rose jar came giving coming, don't yon? Boy Yes, and. when it gets here yemll er things. Oh, yes, darn it, I'm ready for; sweetly across the provoking current, and rw XeiieU eoodesBnation'ler net having be-- feeUvery me cat p over it. N, Y. Her. nisssgiviHgi, ue come.-riucsg- s Yar hy Mall. TOWfl. F. P. Frisbie. UBID BAI 1 NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of the late Mrs. A. B. Walker will file them properly verified, with me or W. I. Williams, attorney, Lancaster, Ky., on or before Dec. 1st, 1699. T MMCNTIH EVERY M S.Tei7ir;M ilMh CO m Lou,SVILLE Ttacs M LOUtSVILLI, Co- - PARKER'S tvmtifies THIS xo I St Inanu KSTSr SII ths hBSL KENTUCKY. jtemmramt our. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE .tn riii SBctndSl-UO-l J.J. Walker. Adm.r of Mrs. A. B. Walker. '.'3 v. - Central Record Supplement Lancaster, Ky., November 30, 1899. BOYHOOD One-Ti- OF DREYFUS. Playmate of the Gs tain Telia of Hla Sckool Days In Hla Native Town. VERY DIFFERENT INDEED. to Be" A THANKSGIVING SOCIAL Uicd Twa Only That Which Had Been Betty They Pound After It COLUMBIAN TrtANKS(ilVlN(l' APPT portals Columbia eta n d s guard with the flag of the free Whose sons may be Mr. Tawker Still Says "Nothing bull "Why, no, I hain't," Mrs. Bowers LIMESTONE WOOL. plied; "you see, I've been away s'long that everything's news t' me. Is she busy One of the Wonders of the Centner most with a church social? I remember well rr. aa4 Ita Accidental John Hawkins that people said she'd with classedgreatest if he hadn't pestered' her for an answer just Fame's when she was busy makin' a grab bag for th' lmmortPls, The conversion of the flintiest, rough church fair. He married Mollie Peters, Renowned for their est limestone into soft, white wool is didn't he?" deeds on the land one of the wonders of the century which "Yes, an' their daughter Mary came back and the sea; from boarding school, knowing everything. will shortly appear in a practical way Our rivers flow down thro" a land loved In story How poor to the manufacturer, says the New York table!" j and more, about a year ago. ; And rich In the legends by tongue yet un"But, Neezer, dear," his wife said his Betty did love t work for th church! one Telegraph. Wonderful and almost im told; and she called him told me once that sometimes she' was ac name was Ebenczer, Our mountains rise skyward In garment! Neezer for short "your father's family was tually glad that she had no family that was possible as it may seem, this process is of glory, turkey would be too when the other members of th' committee being carried on successfully by a man yielded their treasures larger, too. A Our harvests have much for two people." 'ud have t' leave th' church basement just who expects his discovery to revolution of gold. "Ah. it's very well for you to apologize; when they were busiest getting up a social ize the wool and cloth manufacturing JThe bells of Thanksgiving are gratefully you haven't the same standards of compari- - an' go home t' get a meal for their hus industries. ringing. The discoverer was making some tests bands an' children. But I must say that The Nation rejoices in outbursts of song. Betty was a good worker when she had her of stone and was using heat and chem JThe praises of Plenty the millions are singyou haven't heard icals to analyze them. He happened own way. Of course, ing anything, so 1 11 begin at th beginning, upon a limestone which, when sub "Kherever the grateful In thankfulnesa When Mary Hawkins come home from throng; jected to the tests, acted unexpectedly. sorschool she sort of seemed as if she'd like t' Jfo famine encroaches, no shadow of row run things in th' church. It worried Betty The usual course of stone under the con to disFalls darkly and grimly our hearts a good 'eal, I could see. Well, it was de ditions he was submitting it to is to bemay; cided that we must raise some money for come quicklime, but in this instance it 'Ji. promise of plenty we have for the new carpet in th Sunday school room. ran into a lava. To all outward appear row y. so th' minister said th' ladies had best get ance the stone was common building As full as Columbia's garners ud a Thanksgiving social of some kind. stone. It had been used in many build ocean, IK people united knew Betty would be at th' head of it, so I ings, but it had a chemical quality that r From Florida's from ocean to lakes to the northernmost went over on Monday morning t' talk it was very different. line. over. I was hardly seated when Betty said IWe bow to Our Father with hearts of devoiThe molten mass was very pliable, d 'It'll have to be a fair, Martha; they make tion like glass when it is in the same state. ; For Hla gifts to the land of the cedar and th' most money. We can have a Rebecca at pine: the well; Phoebe Curtis can be the Rebecca Glass may be strung out like silk, and it Jehovah hath kept us from National flanshe's been it ever since about TO, ao she has been converted into dress goods. ge r, ought t' know how. Then, if the young The man conceived the idea of carrying "We've grown with the years beneath Libd thing. his experiment still further. This white folks must have some erty's tree; they could have a museum, an Mary Hawk lava was subjected to chemical baths Our voice has been heard In the land of the ins,' she sort of swallowed at Mary's name. stranger. to a drawing-ou- t process, by 'can manage it. Why, here comes Mary and then Our cannon have shaken the Isles of the which it was converted into the finest "BKTJTG XX TIE HOE," HE SAID. now, an Mrs. Porter an Bally Townley sea. "They were coming t' ask Betty t' take and most pliable white wool. :To-da- y we remember the good Thou hast son things naturally grow smaller in Dela- charge of th' social, I s'pose?" Mrs. Bowers ; given. ware. Luckily, I don't complain. Will you NO CAUCUS NECESSARY. Nor do we valnglorlously boast of our have some breast?" He laid down the carv said. "When they were seated Mrs. Porter might; ing knife with a resigned air. "Bring me says: 'We're th' committee, an' ' 'Oh,' Kanaaa Politician's Charaeterlatle The humblest who stands In the sunlight the hoe," he said. "I suppose we have a of Heaven says Betty, 'you've come t' ask me t' man Proposal Accepted In Neath the banner we love Is a king In His hoe?" "Of course we hain't. What should we do age th social ? Why, it wasn t worth while sight; Short Order. dwells In his cot on the with a hoe in a third flat? Isn't the knife I was just planning it. Well have a fair. .JThe woodman who with Rebecca at th' well, an' ' 'Why not sharp?" mountain A prominent politician of the SunMary Hawkins Jbah th' ark, v is the Deer of the nabob below; "I can manage it; exercise is good for the cut in. in 'Y'see, weat once?' on a progressive flower state who, according to a local decided IWe are free from the brink of the lily- - appetite. However, divorces have ensued ' klas'd fountain conversation party. Miss Betty, Mrs. Por exchange, has been happily married for from slighter causes. To the land of the beautiful mountains of over a year sent the following unique She tried to smile. "Yes, I remember hear- ter said, kind of conciliating. But I can snow. get up a progressive conversation party. proposal to the object of his adoration: ing my Uncle Tom say that dull knives Betty told : "My Dear Miss I hereby anPur Father, we thank Thee; the hearts of caused sharp words. But I'm sure" the tur th' young 'em; 'we could have a museum, if people wanted.! Mary Hawkins nounce myself as a candidate for your tne people key is tender. Your mother said tossed her head; then Sally Townley took it gratitude beat In the home, at the With "Mother never saw this one. The con hand, and I shall use all fair and hon shrine. he says up. 'We knew that,' she said, 'so we'll bells from the towering science of the butcher isn't tender, if And silver-tone- d manage it. Mary Hawkins has been to 'em ; orable means to secure the nomination. this bird is. What s the matter? steeple there are many candidates in "Oh, Neezer, your mother sent it for a sur- they're mighty tony now.' I saw through it I know Are chanting with fervor the anthem all along, but it seemed as if Betty just the field and I hesitated long before enprise!" divine: Mr. Tawker gave a laugh like that of an couldn't make it out. When she did, an' tering the race, but now I'm in it to JWe see when we look over hilltop and river A banner that gleams In the light of the amateur actor. "I er guessed that the they left, I had t' put her t' bed. Th' doc- stay. My views on love and matrimony sun, turkey was from mother, and ah wanted tor thought she wasn't dangerous, an' when have often been expressed in your hearWith stars In Its blue that will glitter for to tease you a little. Yes, the turkey's all ing in an emphatic way. If you decide ever. to confer upon me the honor I speak And crowned with a love that Its story right, if I had a knife such as my father had. I'll see the man that sold you this knife to hath won. of please fix a date for a caucus with morrow; he'd cheat his grandmother, and your mother. I have no objection to her May ever the Nation remember the story. I a tell him so! What is it now? ' acting as temporary chairman, pro How It In the throes of the battle was "Oh, Neezer, I'm so Borry! Your father barn: vided it is clearly understood that I am Mav every Thanksgiving- - but add to Us sent that carving set with the turkey; it's to be chairman of the permanent orthe one he always used, and he sharpened it dory. ganization. Should the results of the Already as fair as the birth of the Morn; himself! ,We come as a people to Gratitude s altar, caucus prove satisfactory we can soon "Eat your turkey, Sarah. How can ' Devoted and thankful, true, righteous man enjoy his dinner, with you talking all hold the primaries and Belect the date and free: the while? Yes, this is like old times a and place of convention. I never beJWhen our homes are imperiled not a hero real Indiana turkey and a sharp knife to ; lieved in long campaigns, so if you dewill ralter. J For God will be with us on land and on carve it with! Now, if only Sam Thompson cide to honor me I will ask you to make was here, with his old fiddle. He used to , i sea. the convention date as early as possible. T. C. HARBAUGH. come over on holidays and play 'The ." Devotedly yours, Suanee River' until you didn't want to go SIGNS OF the: times. The following telegram answered: to Heaven unless Sam was there, too. Great r nomination "Cauous unnecessary; guns, what's that?" unanimous: come at once and fix the It a the people in the flat below. They expected company for dinner, and now I date of ratification." suppose they are having a little music." "You call that music, do you? Humph! The Stornu of Cape Hatteraa. some city 'musicians that know' too much Another popular belief has been dis to play tunes." or rax gkatxs. posed of. "Stormy HatteraB" has long rouro oh on "Why, that's 'The Suanee River" now, Thanksgiving night came I left old Hilly been a terror to ocean voyagers. .But dear. Where are you going?" ' "For the police. If a man can't have a with her an' slipped over t' th' social. I William E. Curtis, who has just made quiet dinner at home without that that must say it was a success; but, about ten, a trip pastit, writes: "The voyage from somebody came t' say th' boys had got up New York is delightful. People alwaya squawking, it's time!" He answered a knock at the door. It was some kind of a ghost in th' graveyard, just expect a little weather off Cape Hat the little boy from the flat below, saying: for meanness. teras, but the captain of our ship says "Them Peters boys, I bet!" "Please, Mr. Tawker, pa says won't you is a popular delusion. He declares "So we thought. When it was all over I that and Mrs. Tawker come down. Your old no more storms than came out behind Mary Hawkins V Boy that Hatteraa has friend, Sam Thompson, from Indiana, is earth's surface. there with his fiddle, playing 'The Suanee Greene an' met Milly, saying she'd been any other point on the River" like he used to, and he knew you'd asleep an'-- woke up t'find Betty gone. Then The land projects into the Atlantic ana we remembered that white figure. Mary makes hasty sailing along that coast in enjoy it." EL.ISA ARMSTRONG. found her on one of th' graves. 'Oh, here's bad weather, and there have been terra A Shattered Hope. Miss Betty!' she called. But it was only ble disasters from time to time; there It was the day before Thanksgiving. , what had been Betty!" says that Cape f fore, Capt, Sukeforth got a bad name. "Alas!" moaned the gobbler, as he faced s, Hatteraa has unjustly Precaution. Turkey Oh, cheer up, old man; the block, "I thought the treatment of the First He has been sailing this' course for a Armenians would have turned people "Might I hab de pleasure o' breakin' a, tou are superstitious. number of years I have forgotten how Second Turkey No, I'm not superstitious, against Turkey, but it seems not." N. Y. wishbone wif you dis Thankagivin'?" in- many and declares that he has never quired Mr. Erastua Pinkley. but when I pick up cranberries by the Journal. Hat "Miss Miami Brown's expression of coy- met with a gale in the latitude of kitchen door three days in succession it A Crnlcal Summary. ness became gradually overclouded with sus- teraB." makes me kinder melancholy. St. Louis With hopes gone astray, ' picion, as she inquired: This existence is vexed; I41r oC the Valley Pelaen. We're thankful one day "Which of us is expected to furnish de A Mercenary Satisfaction. That delightfully fragrant and graceAnd dyspeptic the next. bird!" Washington Star. suppose yon will enjoy your Thanks Washington Star. "I ful flower, the lily of the valley, is de giving dinner; A Thanksslvlnn- - Epitaph. nounced by the German papersas un Everything; Arranged. "I'll enjoy several hundred of 'em," anOld Sambo neath tfaia narrow jnosfti der Its simple beauty veiling a deadly J--"Are you getting ready for Thanksgiv citizen. swered the complacent la lylnc ce and dead. poison. It is stated that both the stalks ing:' to and a bird, but t pu&4 "Not all at once!" He weat and the flowers of this lovely plant cws- Yes; I've found a place where I can set "Yes. I run poultry farm." WashingA epriBf --gun there Instead, . . .. Ipla prusalo acid, --N. yMfsria. ' a turkey. "Chicago Record. -a , fg,' Ofi Post. -- i rl whose that land at Heaven-bless- 'd day always found reminiscent mood, Thanksgiving day exception to the rule. So full, inwas no deed, of reminiscent thoughts was he that he failed to notice the subdued air of excitement about his wife. When the dinner bell at last rang he took his place dreamily at the table. e "Ah! this Is very different from the Thanksgiving days," he sighed; "really, it's enough to disgust a man with life. Why, even the turkeys are smaller than they used to be when I was a boy down in Indiana! We had turkeys then; why, one of 'em would have filled the middle of this THANKSGIVING a yet?" me see," Mrs. Harrison said, as she leaned back in her chair, I UL expect I've told you all th' news, 'nless you ain't heard about Betty Baker I Louis Perrot, a Pittsburgh florist, is probably more interested in the progress of the Dreyfus trial than any other Pittsburgh citizen. His interest arises from the fact that he was a playmate of Dreyfus in the town of Mulhouse, Alsace, says the Philadelphia Times. He, of course, hopes for the acquittal of his former comrade in boyish sports. Of Dreyfus he says: He was very popular. His father was a dry goods mercnant, ncn ana prominent in the town. Dreyfus and I attended the same school. Then tne studies were all in French. After the war between France and Germany both French and German were taught for a time, and then only German. I think it was during the war, or shortly after. that Dreyfus was sent away to college. did not see him any more until he was a young man, and then not to talk to him. He came home for a time, and I remember seeing him about the town in his college cap and gown. That was the last I knew of him until I began to read about his trial. While we were in school as boys we played such games as schoolboys usual ly do, and it was only during play that I saw anything of Dreyfus. While the war was In progress we all wore the red, white and blue and were enthusi astic for France. I do not recall that Dreyfus was more or less enthusiastic than the rest of us in this matter, but that he was thoroughly French is shown by his having become a French soldier after Alsace became German territory." 1 Day in Every 365 IS SET APART FOR s S"" . MBMBMMBM THE GOBBLER'S LAST APPEARANCE WE RE Thankful Every Day Of The Yearl Jk. For the Literal Patronage Eecei ed from the Garrard People. "We have a full stock of We are closing out our Big Stock of iTHPLE (RROCDRIES. Queensware at Cost. This includes many "beautiful sets and Handsome single pieces. FANCY GROCERIES, ELEGANT CAN. Dl ES, Bananas, Raisins, Lemons, Apples, Fresh Tea Cakes. Splendid Line of NewCanned Goods. This Sale Closes December 15th, So you had better come early while there is so large a line to select from. Evaporated GaliforniaJruiis. 1 flaiii Are ill -- Kinds tffaii; 00 M caaasnnkn. anil the Cehbiatei CJ. PI TJL thing in the Machinery line. We can save you money in this line and you will do well to see us before buying. Drills, Plows, Cultivators,, and in fact any- for m FULLER & SIMPSON, LEADING GROCERS. Q. S. Gaines' old Stand Lancaster. ' We have received many compliAnnie Austin. ments on our pretty lihe 01 Dress Dr. Traylor, of Bryantsville, who is Goods, and feel justly iWud of the a mighty good friend of The Record, large trade we have had feflis fall. THURSDAY November 30,I89g and has done noble work for us, was ATTORNEY AT LAW JosEPn. in town Monday and tells us he is deMr. Tom Stone brought us a turnip lighted with his new location. steps against those owAND REAL ESRATE AGENT. I will take which measures 29 inches and weighs Mr. T. L Bradshaw and,wife were five pounds. It was raised on Mr. ing me, if debts are nobpaid at once. $ AIJOUT PEOPfcE. Options on Farms wanted. Money called to Lexington by the death of Stone's place, which was a part of the This business must be closedip, and I mean what I say. G. S. GXines. Mr. George Mur- Jno. Gill farm. their brother-in-laloaned on Frst Class Real Estate. phy. They were accompanied by Jesse Sweeney isathome again from The Lancaster Dairy is proving a their little Sue Anna Town Lota In Bryantsville for Sale. great success. Many people have sold AGENT FOE Adair county. Will sell privately two lots, with Lear. dwellings. Apply to' J. X. Dunn or their greatest annoyance, the cow, Ray, of Buckeye, is the guest Hon. J. H. Miller, familiarly dub myself Co. ofMiss Pearl Ross. New Life at Bryantsville 'or particulars. and have the dairy people adeliver Miss bed "Happy Jack," was in town Mon Jas. Hills. fresh milk at their door twice day. tf Miss Mary Rout is visiting Miss El- day, and honored The Recobd with a call. We have a splendid article la Dunn, in Brodhead. Joe Huffman, one of the oldest and KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Graded School Tax. Eph Engleman and family left Mon- from his pen, which will appear in a The 1899 tax is past due. Please call best barbers, has taken down his red, white and blue sign in Lancaster and short time. day for Phoenix, Arizona. and settle and save being asked for it. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Mrs. A. H. Rice leaves this week to Danville Advocate: Mr. and Mrs. The penalty will certainly be added to gone to the soldiers home in Ohio. He is quite old, and says he wants to spend Henry E. Woolfolk left yesterday for all unpaid taxes. of Pythias, meets every Friday spend a few days in Louisville. his few remaining days in rest. Mobile, whence they will sail Tuesday E. W. Harris, Collector. tf. Miss Lena Bruce, of Stanford, is the for South America to visit their Envlou. night in Masonic hall. All vis- guest of Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. daughter, Mrs. Augustus Peters. They opera Christmas. A Bourbon county paper claims that iting Knights are fraternally-rinvit-d- . Manager Fissinger is negotiating acitizen of that county has a dog that R. L. Jennings and wife, of Paint will be absent a month or six weeks. Mr. T. Yates Hudson, of Marcellus with two opera troupes, the Wilbur climbs apple trees, shakes off the Lick, were visitors here Sunday. Ed Bishop, C. C. neighborhood, was in town Monday Co., and Beggar Prince, for two dates apples and then gathers them into a Miss Hallie Rice has been visiting and paid us a pleasant call. Yates is during the holidays, with good pros- heap. We don't want the dog because Myers. her sister, Miss Sallie Lou J. S. HASEI.DEN. K.R.& S an old State Guard man and belongs to pects of success. we have no apples trees, but we envy atMr. Georgie Hagan, of Kirksville the famous Co. F. of the Louisville Bourbon county the possession of so yearFor Sale, fourteen tended the minstrels here Friday. Legion back in the days when Proctor gifted a liar. Winchester Democrat. ling mules and nine sugar Dr. J. D. Batson, of Arkansas, is Knott was governor. The writer hav mare mules broke to work. Will sell A Faint Lick Enterprise. the guest of his brother, R. H. Batson. iug "fit," bled and died in the State in pairs if desired. Mr. Hudson's visit was Guards, Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Miss May Z. Hughes gave a lunch- doubly enjoyable. Nixon Perkins, Marksbury, Ky. Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting To wagons vre "will sell eon Tuesday evening to a few friends. Mr. Robert Bettis and Miss Minnie with ready sale every where. Persons Fire! Fire!! Fire!!! marked Warren, of Stanford, is who have Hon. 10c a among R. C. visiting attorneys this Daly were married at the home of the Build your fires with Coal bought of success and used it say it's a Fistula, good Lump Coal a sure cure for the bride's father, Mr. Cyrus Daly, near W. B. Moss &f Co. It is the best, "bushel Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge our yards for the week. Marksbury, Tuesday afternoon. The makes the hottest fires, weighed on etc. It is sold on The Social and Industrial Clrb met bride is a charming young woman, Fairbanks Standard Scales. Good ment, Greasy neel, present. a written guarantee, and money reis possessed with many good coal, good weight, why not buy n who this afternoon with Miss Maggie from funded if not as represented. For sale traits of character. Mr. Bettis is one us? We hare also a fall line all other coals In by R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. of the best known young men in the eluding two grades of cannel.three sizes of An Miss Jennie Warren, of Stanford, county, and numbers his friends by Mr. Steve Walker, one of Garrard Great Game Thursday. thracite, Woolridge, Jellico, Paint Roclc, Bry has been the guest of Miss Jennie the score. He is a strong stand-b- y of county's most prominent and popular The old rivals, Centre College and ant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, Duncan. and we wish him all farmers, was' elected president of the The Record's will have a Central University, Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Sale, Lime. Cement, Miss Sallie Lou Myers attended the the happiness and prosperity to be national Pox nunter's Association at Thanksgiving game of football at DanPatent Plaster. Sand and Manufactured Ice. Bowman-Wrigwedding at Lebanon found in this world. the annual meeting at Estill Springs ville today. The game will be called DANVILLE ICE & COAL CO. Tuesday. This morning, at the horrible hour last week. Mr. Walker is a great at half past two o'clock, sharp. W. S. GLORE, Mgr. Hon. Robert Harding, of Danville, of 2:52, ye editor hied himself to Lex- fancier of the hound, and is probably be a hot contest from start to finYard.C. S. Depot, Telephone 24 Town of was here looking after a number of ington, to spend the day with his the most widely known hunter in this ish and many old students are expect fice and Factory, 3d St., Telephone 151. aunt;"' Miss "Kate Walker ancT"s1ste( section of the country. ed to go and see the battle. Central law cases. Mrs WG Dunlap. We had three inUulvefsttJvwi11 send a big delegation Hagan and beau For Hoc Killing. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. vitations to stick our shins under taBenge & Miller have constructed to Danville by 5isVtB&-4!- of tiful little daughters, visited in Kirks bles near home, but we have never ville Sunday. slaughter pens and are pre the preliminaries, players, etc., have yet tried to spend a holiday at home first-clabeen agreed to. Additional interest The Celebrated Eye Specialist, of Mrs. Louis Landram is visiting her but what some fellow (who gives about pared to kill and dress your hogs or is lent to the occasion because C. U. sister-in-laMrs. Wood G. Dunlap, one job in every twelve months) comes cattle at reasonable figures. The pens LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, last week beat Washington and Lee Lexington. for printing which must be done that are located at end of Totten avenue by a decisive score. Will be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on in and are in every particular. Mr. Geo. R. Harden and son, Heib-- day. Its needless to add that when a Have your meat killed where it can be Thursday Nbvr. 30, and at St.Asaph A. H. Thuaness, Mrg. Wills Creek ert, of Covington, are visiting rela man brings in a job to be done so properly handled and by expert hands. ly'otel, Stanford, Friday, Dec. 1st quickly that it invariably lies in the Coal Co,, Buffalo, Ohio, writes: tives in this city. soiturning one day each month. Eyes office about a week before he comes 1 have been affected with Kidney 1 iamined Miss Pearl Burnside, of Stanford, is after it. Such is life. and Glasses scientifically McClure's Magazine for December and Bladder trouble for years, passing visiting her cousins, Misses Bessie and Miss Alice Hudson was the charm- will contain the introductory chapters gravel or stones, accompanied by ex.do1justed. Jennie Burnside. CO' ing hostess of a beautiful party Thurs- of "The Life of the Master," by Dr. cruciating pains. Other medicine.1 Aftei Mr. James Kinnaird, of Columbus, day evening. Those present were Mr. John Watson ("Ian Maclaren"). which only gave temporary releif. of his brother, and Mrs. JohnS. Baughman, Misses is to be a leading feature of the Mag taking Foley's Kidney Cure, the reEE S H E E S 1 Ohio, is the-guA few doses 'Squire Kinnaird. Lettie Brown, Francis Collier, Annie azine for some months to come. It sult was surprising. Royston, Margaret Murphy, Bessie will be illustrated from special draw started the brick dust, little fine Misses Letitia Brown and Jennie ings and paintings by Corwin K. Lin- - stones, etc. and now I have no pain Burnside were entertained this week and Jennie Burnside, Carrie Currey, J The Blue Grass Nurseries offer son, reproduced partly in color. across my Kidneys and feel like a new by Miss Pearl Burnside, of Stanford. Sallie and Mattie Elkin and May Z. iPtrprvrninfr mr I Iri'h'irH T onm otii man. Foley's Kidney Cure has done Hughes: Messrs Logan, Robinson, Glorious News . Garden. me S1000 worth of good. C. C. &J.E Full stock of Fruit and Mr. J. W. Grubbs, of Lexington, is Walker, Swinebroad, McRoberts, Far-rComes from Dr. D. B. Candle, of In. Stormes. Ryan, Beazley, Frisbie, West and Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small here to assist his brother in the Blue Washita, 1. T. ne writes: " Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and Gaass Grocery during the big holiday Kinnaird. Elegant refreshments were tles of Electric Bitters has Four botSliShtly mixed. cured Mrs. served, the dining room decorated in Brewer everything kept in such an estab rush. of scrofula, whichhad caused The editor of Cleveland newspapei Miss Allie Anderson left Thursday pink and white. The souveniers to her great suffering for years, lishment. We employ no agents. Terridle lives in a house located between j Descriptive catalogue on applica- for Knoxville, Tenn., to spend the ladies, were little gilt tied sores would break out on her head and Methodist church and a dance hall. tion to winter with her sister, Mrs. Wm. with pink ribbon. One large one for face, and the best doctors could give no One evening recently there was a gaththe gentleman who made the best help; but H. F. HILLENMEYER. Marrs. her cure is complete and her ering both places. It being toe wish. It was left for the ladies to dehealth is excellent. " This shows what warm" for comfort inside the editor sat Mr. and Mrs. Asa Ford, of Lancas Phone 279, Lexington, Ky. cide and Mr. Sam Duncan won the thousands have proved, that Electric on the veranda and took in the situater, visited Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Stone prize. Bi tters is the best blood purifier known tion. This was what he heard: the first of the week. Jessamine It's the supreme remedy for eczema. "Let us pray all salute we beseech Journal. Keep Quiet tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex thee join hands and draw near circle Mesdames Margaret Gill and Mariah and use Chamberlain's Colic Cholera Kirby have gone to Cincinnati to meet and piarrhoea Remedy for all pains of pels, poisons, helps digestion builds up to the left listen to us first four strength. Only 50 cents, sold bv and back as we all promenade SPKINGITELD the Misses Gill and will spend Thanks the stomach and all unnatural loose theE. McRoberts Druggist. R. Guaarnteed kneel before thee and ballance ness of the bowels. It always cures. giving there. your petition grand right and ELBE AND MAKINE sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr High Grade Entertainments. Misses Beisie and Jennie Burnside For for Christ's sake seat your partAll lovers of high class entertain left will give a six o'clock dinner this eve At a country dance near Morehead ners." INSURANCE COMPANY. ning in honor of Miss Letitia Brown, App Perry shot and killed Parris Cor- - ments should take advantage of the The editor was more than saddened following proposition which may be Lexington. of roll. Perry fled. He is considered a found at McRoberts drug store: "We and went to join the base ball club in The Stanford degree team did not dangerious man, and is said to have the undersigned agree to pay $1.50 order to be neutral. Union City ComEQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE GO visit Lancaster Odd Fellow lodge Mon killed Craig.Tolliver during the Row-an- d each for reserved seats to the Lancas- mercial. county war. day night, on account of illness of OP NEW YOUK. ter Lyceum Course which includes Dr. H. H. Haden. Summit, Ala. tbeir members. How to Prevent A Cold. Spiilman Riggs, Dec. 21, 1899 m "The says: "IthinkKodol Dyspepsia Cure "W. R Marrs, of Knoxville, was in After exposure or when you feel a Funny Side of Life," Uncle Josh Pict- is a splendid medicine. I prrscribed Robinson & Hamilton town this week., Rufus travels for a cold coming on take a dose of Foley's ure Play Co., Feb. 8, 1900 and Dr. A. it, and my confidence in it grows with Office ovei Post Office. hat house and enjoys a good trade in Honey and Tar. It never fails and A. Willits, March 20, 1900, on ."Sun- continued use." It digests what you will prevent Pneumonia or Consump shine." All to be given in the Garrard eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and all his territory. Lancaster, : : : Kentucky lm Messrs.. Ed. Walton, of the Interior tion if taken in time. C C. & J. E. Opera House. The course will cost indigestion, F. P. Frisbie. lm $2.50 if taken separately". Riggs gave Journal, and R. R. Noel, of the Lin- Stormes. perfect satisfaction to all during his Favors Should He Returned. coln Democrat, mingled with the Thelirst turkey express train of"the An exchange says: You seldom hear season was sent out Friday. It con recent lecture here and should have court day crowd. sisted of two car loads from Lexington, a crowded house on his return. His the public say anything in favor of Mrs. E. W. Gresham has returned one from Chilesburg and one from program will be entirely new. The their local newspaper. But the local from a protracted visit to New York Uncle Josh Co., istheJaughing success newspaper is always favoring the puband New Jersey. Mrs. Vannyse accom Winchesterof the state. It will be the most pop- lic And how quick the local paper panied her home. Free. ular entertainment given in the Op- hears of It, if by accident an error apThe latest county maps of Kentucky era House this season. Dr. A. A.. pears, but if the public or its officials Miss Florence Harris left yesterday Tennessee will be furnished make a blunder they must without a peer as EepreseiitiiFollofiifGoipies to visit Miss Florence Darnall, of and the schools of Garrard Co., on free Willits standsFor over forty years an the local newspaper, becausenot go in ap entertainer. the local he Maysville, and her brother, W. tH. to plication of teacher or School Trustees has stood in the front rank as a lect- newspaper would lose its head. NoHarris, of Carlisle. AetBS, urer. He goes direct from Lancaster body but local newspaper editors make to R E. McRoberts. Jas. Jones last week took a little to Nashville, Tenn., where he is book- blunders; the rest of the populace do- Queea, daughter of Charles Baker, dee'd., to The" youthful male convicts were ed for one week. ASk those who have ethall things well. A great many peo Palatine, the Masonic .Widows and Orphans taken from the penitentiary to the heard him about his ability to please ple who know how to edit a newspaper Natlomal, house of reform at Lexington. A neat, all. Go at once and sign Home in Louisville. the proposi- are somehow in positions on the top of Hartford, blue uniform will replace the prison dry goods boxes. H. C. Payne, who has been stripes. Of those transfered, fourteen tion. Mrs. Deleware, spending several months with her sis are white aud twenty-thre- e colerod. Constipation means the accumula If you are suffering from drowsiMilwaukee, ter, Miss Jane Hopper, has returned ness in the day time, irritability of tion of waste matter that should be CoHMetieot, You never know what form of blood temper, sleepless nights, general de- discharged daily, and unless this is to her home near Lexington. Continental, poison will follow constipation. Keep Mr. Herbert H. Jones, of Richmond, the liver clean by using DeWitt's Lit- bility, headache, and general want of done the foul matter is absorbed and Glens Falls, and Mr. Georgfe Hagan, of Kirksville, tle Early Risers "and you will avoid tone of the system, use HERBINE. poisons the system. Use HERBINE German American, ' visited Mr. J. T. Leavell and, family trouble. They are famous little pills You will get relief and finally a cure. to bring about regularity of the bowels Phenix of Brooklyn, on Stanford street from Friday until for constipation and liver and bowel Price 50c ts. C C & J E Stormes. lm Price 5Qcts. C C & E Stormes. lm New York Underwriters, Sunday. troubles. F. P. Frisbie. lm Liverpool & London & Globe. Randolph Harris and wife, of Lin Col. Roger D. Williams and Hilton Nortk British & Mercbantile coln, have been visiting relatives in Young, of Lexington, defeated Repubthis city. The were Aetna Life lBE.Ce.9fBartforfl,Coi home by Misses Florenceaccompanied lican candidates for Representative Harris and and State Senator, respectively, will contest the election of the Democrat ic candidates. When you need something Chsoaberlalm's Pain Balm Cares Others, Why Not You. . GOOD, something FRESH My wife has been using Chamberand TEMPTING, no us lain's Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years. We o Jook all over town, just call tctaee US, we have have tried all kinds of medicines and any without We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES doctorsany of receiving day benefit them. One from we saw N&W AT THG TIJH6 TO n Lancaster. an advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying It, which we did Our Motto! High Class G)pcte,"Lpw Cash Prices and with the best of satisfaction. She has used only one bottle and her shoulder Courteous Treatment, , t vf Adolph L. Millett, is almost welL jn.ji:, jb'or.saie Dy js, j&cuoDerts, Druggist.- iwiiiiMiinijuiiiiOUMMMiHinim lm 6. 8. SWMBROAD, CENTRAL RECORD. grand-daughte- r, York Ins. Iairville5 Ivy. Seasonable Suggestions. We Open our Christmas Goods nice-suga- r at at Tom-linso- Friday, December ist. We show the biggest and best line of Silver, Cut Glass, Silver and Ebony Toilet Articles shown in this section. A look at them will soon convince you that your Christmas money will go further with us than anywhere yqu can spend it. Our stock of Dry Goods and Ready to Wear Articles for Ladies has beeu greatly replenished for December business. You cannot do better than come and see what we are offering. l Dr. R. Goldstein, Dress Goods. """"Oind1 Pre wool fancy Camels Hair Plaids at 45c, 40 inch all wool Dress Goods at 19c. x o close we otter any $1.25 black CScSetSil- PlaiaHSijaShJCovelt" wo1 Light Colored Outing Cloths 334 Fine Tailor Suits $5. These are suits from last season, and the prices were $16, 1S.00 and 20.00, sizes 32 to 38 in. The coats are lined with best silk, and the cloth from which they are made is now selling at 81.50 yd. Only a few suits left. J T est a, Other Suits. You will be surprised to see what a good, stylish aud serviceable suit we will furnish you for $9.00 and 10.00. You cannot possibly get these suits up at home for near these prices, and ours are all strictly tailor-madWhen you come to suits' from $17-5to 30.00, we will show you suits made of $2.00 and 3.00 a yard materials, lined with best dress taffeta silk, and the tailoring the finest obtainable. Our stock is very full now, as we knew they would be advanced 25 per cent, and laid in a good line before, so that we could continue our low prices during the season. e. wish-bon- for-wo- all-pr- esent Silk Shirt Waists $2.98. We have some of these left, and will continue the sale until Thanksgiving. These waists are in black, pure white, and colors, taffetta and satin, sizes 32 to 38, and there is not one in the lot but has in it more than S2.98 worth of silk. Igts Furs. The weather is here, we have the correct styles, and at Summer prices. We will buy no more, as we could not buy any now as cheap as we are selling them. You will never buy furs cheaper than you can now. R. KINNAIRD, INSURANCE. Blankets and Comforts All-wo- Blankets, full 10-- size, in Blankets, 10-plain white or plaid. Fancy stripe at 61.25 pair. 72x90 Laminated made Comforts, extra large, $1.75. 4 Extra fine all-wo- 4, whi te and gray, at $3 pair. at $4.50; 11-- 4 at $5 a pair, Scotch Blan kets for robes Comforts 1.90. Home- J Ladies' Underwear. Every price, from 15c to $3, and all sizes, from babies' to largest size made. Our 25c line of Vests and pants are extra quality and full size's. Real Oneita Union Suits 50c to $3.00. Pure Wool Cashmere Knit Short Skirts at $1.00. PAINTS, WE HATE IT ALL KINDS. 50y THfi ik Window Glass, IS ALL SIZES, E. McROBERTS. FTTLLEB, & SYMPSON. j. Xanville9 ICy, Modest Women mation free. lyr. Modesty in yomen is no jess a charm Good Watches Absolutely Free. than beauty and We want your name for PASTIME, a bright wit. Is it any clean, illustrated story and humorous paper wonder that wofor the family circle, IS large pages, only 73c a afflicted men year; on trial 4 months, 10c. We give a nlckla 'Stock men reported cattle "off" on with physical silver watch to each subscriber, a neat medMonday. disorder? pecuium size watch, guaranteed for on y':ar. Will Ilerndon & Currey sold a brown liar to their sex keep time for many years as accurately as a shrink from per$1G.50. gelding for Bicy$100 And sonal examinaYparQ flf Affpr Obstinate sores and ulcers which cles,watch.Sample we give Gold Watches, Send etc. and particulars free. IliltSlloC A color expert declares tliatapure AUG1 ulA I tions by male refuse to heal under ordinary usyour address tday if you do no more, wo Dhvsicians? The white flower does not exist. will surprise you. Be:ter enclose 5 stamps for weaknesses and irregularities of women Promptly Cored g trial subscription, or 33 stamps for watch and A Joilet phpsician says that may be recognized by certain unfailing watche are go Tha symptoms. Backache, headache, bearing-dow- n spreads disease. entire circulation is in a depraved condition. They paper, while theCo.. Louisville. In.; free. lyr. Dy o P O PASTIME Pub. Ky. nervpains, irritability and extreme Dj ui Oi Oi aro a severe drain upon the system, and are conW. R. Cook sold two cotton mules ousness indicate derangement of the stantly sapping away the vitality. In every case the poison must-bto Patterson & Patterson at S115. delicate female organism. Bradfield's FeDoa't Suiter, Tha Elec'ropolse eliminated from the blood, and no amount of external treatment W. B. Burton sold a nice gelding to male Regulator is the standard remedy for Cures all diseases without the use os medi characteristic diseases of women. can have any effect. cine. A pure Oxygen treatment, by absorp $S0. Mr. Hudson, of Danville, price Sold by druggists at $i.co per bottle. There i3 no uncertainty about the merits of S, S. S. ; every claim tlon. It cures where everything else Mils It Atlanta. Ga. G. S. Gaines sold to Joe II. Jordan, THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CIs needed in every family, for it will telleve evmade tor it is backed up strongly Dy conviHcing ery weakness or ailment, to the most persistent of Georgia, a black gelding for $70. testimony of those who have been cured by it chronic disease, and without the use of a grain The average yield of corn in Indiana and know of its virtues by experience. Several farmers in South Carolina of medicine. Thousands of people all over the bushels an this season thirty-seve- n are experimenting with pecans. Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orange Courthouse, Va., writes: United States, from private citizens to Law acre. Minnie B. Jennings. What a Well Kuown Railroad Man and yers, Doctors, Preachers, Supreme Judges, Ed " For six years I had an obstinate, running ulcer on my The number of penniless men in Iteslrient of Lima Thinks of itors, etc.. even Crowned Heads of Europe have The Census Bercau has issued a suffering. I was ankle, which at times caused me intense the Klondike is placed at 3000. given written testimonials of these facts. Book Foler'g Kidney Cure. He Fooled the Surgeons, circular urging all farmers to make bo disabled for a long while that I was wholly unfit for of testimonials, and matter of great Interest James Bcazley bought of W. B. Ru written records of their farm operaOne of the best doctors treated me constantly business. All doctors told Renick Hamilton,of with price of Instruments sent free. Every famble, a gray horse to match his hearse tions during the present year, so that "West Jefferson, O., after sufferiug 18 I have been troubled a great dela but did me no good. I then tried various blood remedies, ily should have an Elcctropolse; it saves mon without the least benefit. S. S. S. was so highly recomhorse for $100. with backache, I was induced to try ey. Induces health. Send your address at once when census ennmerators call next months from Rectal Fjstual, he would mended that I concluded to try- it, and the effect was Georgia, bought June the information can be given die unless a costly operation was per- Foley's Kedney Cure, and one bottle wonderful. It seemed to get right at the seat of the Joe II. Jordan, of atd see what people say who have thoroughly tested its merits. Agents wanted. THE entirely releived me. I gladly recom disease and force the poison out, and I was soon coin- seven horses for the south ranging accurately and without loss of time. formed; bnthe cured himself with five ELECTROPOISE Co., 513 4th St., Louisville to any one, especially my pletely cured, bwuts bpeciuc from $G3 to $100. The law requires for each farm the boxes of Buckleh's Arnica Salve, the mend it Ky. lyr. Mr. Higginbotham sold a pair of total acreage, acre improved, acres un- surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best friends among the train men, who are improved, acres irrigated, number of Salve in the "World. 25 cents a box usually similarly afflicted, Geo. H. marc mules for $110, and another pair drives out every trace of impurity in the blood, and in this way acres owned by occupant, numbers of of horse mules for $105. Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Hausan, Engineer on L. E. & W. R.R. cures permanently the most obstinate, d sore or ulcer. It C. O. & J. E. Stormes. lm acres leased or rented by occupant, B. G. Fox bought two is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely yegetable, and conTHE mare mules at $115 and also one of value of farm land, value of building tains not a particle of potash, mercury, or other mineral. S. S. S. MARKSBURY. PREACHERSVJLLE. improvements, value Mr. John Posey for $150. cures Contagious Blood Poison. Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh, Eczema, of machinery, implements, vehicles, BANK Sores, Ulcers, Boils, or any other blood trouble. Insist T I Herring sold ahog weighing 500 L. II. Hudson, of4Danville, bonght etc., thereon, acreage and quantity of Farmers are about d6ne gathering Rheumatism, ; nothing can take its place. upon S. S. S. six cavalry horses at $75 to $S5. He crops raised in 1899, number and value pounds to G B Aldridge at 3$ ct. per corn, and report about a half crop. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. lb. also bought two mules at $85. Mike Kennedy is moving to our on hand June 1, 1899, and quantity CAPITAL ) SURPLUS -- OFMiss Lucretia Skinner, of Beuna village from Marksbury. There were only about 275 cattle and value made in 1899. ?2O,00O.OO. fioo.ooe.oo J Resolutions. Vista, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. F B Mrs. Will Land of Rowland had the and 100 head of sheep at the pens MT. HEBRON. The Appetite of a Goat. Kemper Rev B A Copass moved to WnEitEAS, Bro. C. C. Powell has Monday. Two-thirof the cattle LANCASTER, K.Y. Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose the parsonage near the Fork church misfortune to loss her littly baby. declined to accept the generous call XT Grow sold his tobacco crop for sold at 3 to 4 cents. are out of orber. All last week. The members gave him a It was buried here last Friday. Stomac and liver of the officers of the Church of Christ $85. Mr. Walker of Atlanta, Ga., has such should know that Dr. King's New James II Thompson has rented the at Lancaster, and has sent in his re Mr James Montgomery spent a part bsen visiting his brother, W.E. "Walker Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and very pleasant surprise Tuesday morn- Harboi place-herfor the year 1900. signation. Beit of last week in Harrodsburg, having and buying a car load of horses, which Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appe ing. They filled the pantry with all A. R.Dinkt. President. J. F Cook bought a nice cow from kinds of eatables, his hen house with Resolved, 1. That we receive with his eyes treated. he has paid from $35.00 to $05. Jno. E. SToaxrs, Vice President. tite, sound digestion and a regular fowls and his barn with corn and hay. James Cooley for $26.00. Miss Lena Sherrow gave a social at . W. B. Kidd shipped from Danville, bodily habit that berfect health and "We will have services every Sunday. .. S. C. Dkjjsy, Cashier. r Resolved, 2. That .ve recognize her home Saturday evening, it was Richmond and other points, over five great energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug Mr. Robert Bettis of nejrJjaffeaster, A Beazley for 3c. K. T. Embrt, great pleasure his faithful servi- largely attended- and much enjoyed J. F. Robinson. Je., with hundred cattle. They go to england Store. R. E. McRoberts. the beautiful Bryant Ballard is on the jury at ces of the church and his harmonious by all.. by way of Xcw York and are destined Ass't Cash'r. Harrodsburg Democrati- -f a. youngest daughter of Mr. Cyrus Daly Lancaster this week. and christian deportment toward offfor Christmas beef. Some of the cat Mrs. W D Scott, who has been suf ""bought a a well to do farmer living near here, J C King was at Stanford Monday icers and church at this place. tle cost as much as 51 cents npri fering intensely with a felon, is some DIRECTORS were married Tuesday afternoon at on business. steers of B. F. Fos bunch of and Resolved, 3. It affords us great better. Bam 1. D.Cochran Jas Spllman, ter at 4c. with Sloff perhead.and from four o'clock at the home of the bride. Co fnt t W prospleasure is Rev. Clinton Preston was thrown from a tw Hunting is easily se tV. M. Ogg and Dilard Hadden 25 at "We congratulate them and wish them though S. M Carrier go on the sick list, perity in to speak of the general Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. building up the church. was able to to his appoint buggy last week and had his shoulder cured, according to the Scientific $4.20, average about 900 pounds; and a long and happy life. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, ment Sunday John Stigall who has Resolved, 4. That we give him knocked out of place. Ru- If you have sore throat, soreness been sick for some "Simply put on rubbers," also bought 25 American, cattle of time, is reported to this token of assurance of our good Jno. E Stormes. across the back or side, or your lungs Rev. Copass, pastor of the Fork it says, "and stand so that your cloth- fus nadden at $4.50. "W. M. Gay, of Willie Walker of will and christian sympathy in the church delivered an exoellent sermon feel sore or tender, or you are threat- be some better es won't touch anywhere." Bourbon, bought 10 head McQuerry and Miss Dorcas Anderson, work of the Lord, wherever his lot at this place Saturday, and will also Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has cattle at $3.80. Cruthers & Beard ened with diphtheria or pneumonia, one of the most beautiful girls, is to may be cast, praying alway that God's preach to us next Sunday at half past SNOW LINI saved the lives of thousands of croupy bought a few.good mules at from $75 apply BALLARD'S marry at the home of the brides moth- blessing may attend him. two o'clock. Everybody come. children. Ie is also without an equal to $100. Sid Turner also bought some MENT externallly , and use COUS- er Mis. Victora Anderson Wednesday Jesse Waldex, Mr. Marten Lester, SEN'S HONEY OF TAR. C C & J Mr. Henry Montgomery stld his for colds and whooping cough. For at these prices R. II. Batsox, lm this week. We extend congratulations hemp seed crop at $2.50 per bushel. sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr. one of the leading farmers of the Rose E Stormes. J. C. Robinson, .We understand Mr. J E Carson Hill neighborhood, was in town yesAgents to solicit subscriptions Miss Edith Montgomery spent Sun who left here a year ago for Indiana Committee appointed by official board A new way to coal locomatives is be- terday, and in talking of Elders and vDeacons. with the Demoday with Miss A E Scott. . . .Mr Frank for the AMERICAN ing introduced by a prominent railwill return to his farm the first of the BRYANTSVILLE. STOCK crat said that some of the wheat in Gammons, of near Burgin, cailed on year. road. All the engineer has to do is to lions Wear, Low Prices', Good Its FARM, and LIVE STOCK. Most his section was suffering from the fly W his best girl here, Sunday run his engine on a trestle, touch a and was as yellow almost as at harvest Dr. J. W Grant, the dentist, will be I can name many old customers who button and a tenderful of coal drops time. Mr. G. B. Poulter, of Bohon, in Bryantsville, at Mrs King's, next Infant mortality is something will state that their suits have been Scott and J B Bourne were in Dan liberal commissions allowed. Write die be satisfactory in long wear, in prices ville Thursday on business. . . .Mr and into his tender, which is weighed .as it says a sure way to prevent fly from Tuesday, the 5th, for one day. Par frightful. Nearly for terms. Sample copies free. be and in fits. Of course errors are made Mrs J R Clark and little son, Eugene drops in. see fore they reach one year, getting in the wheat is to wait until ties wanting dental work should Address Kentucky Stock Farm fore they are five, and before by everybody, but they are easily cor- spent Thursday night with W D, Geo. Poland, Rockland, O., says, there has been a frost before showing. him, Mrs Sarah Dun- Publishing Co., they are fifteen! The timely use of rected, and we make as few errors as Scott and family "my wife had piles forty years. De If this is always done there will be no Lexington, Ky. Mrs llaselden has a nice line of can returned Thusday from a visit to WHITE'S CREAM VFRMIFUGE "Witt's "Witch Hazel Salve cured her. fiy in wheat, he says. Childrens Hats which she will sell would save a majority of these prec- any one, and we guarantee a fit. We, relatives at High Bridge Mr. M. have studied measure blanks and have It is the best salve in America." It It will not be a surprise to any who very low. ious lives. Price 25cts. C C & J E fit irregular men. One of my houses Jaokson, of Keene, visited his parents heals everything and cures all skin On Friday, the 24th, a large number Stormes. qualare at all familar with the good lm. gives a splendid hat with a suit or an at this place, Saturday and Sunday. . disease. F. P. Frisbie. lm ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, of hogs were killed in this vicinity. Boys get a camera with overcoat. The meanest man we've heard of to know that people everywhere take They are selling at four cents. In Centre or Kentucky. each suit. Uniform prices and small lately, says an exchange, sold his pleasure in relating their experience MissLillie Bourne of Bourne and Frank Bourne is erecting a dwelling profits. Excellent suits or overcoats, one half interest in a cow and in the use of that splendid medicine Miss Mattie Thompson, of Lancaster, Wednesday, December 6th iSgg. $7. to $30. Boys Suits, cut and made on new Danville road at the spot mark- then refused to divide the milk, main-- . and in telling of the benefit they have are visiting Mrs. Woolfolk in Lexingt-thi- s commencing at 10 o'clock, a. m., I will sell at to measure, sh.ou to $iz.ov, Young e by the geological surveyors as the taining that was only the front of'the received from it, of bad colds it has week... .Elder Allen will fill the auction, at my farm in Garrard county. nT men can save in this line. M. D. centre of the state. It is on the big cow that he sold, so he obliged his son cured, of threatened attacks of pneu- pulpit on next Sunday at Pleasant Marksbury, tne following PERSONAL PROP Hughes, Agt. hill this side of Mr. Bright Herring's. 3 weaunug 5 harness horses, 6 in law to provide the food and water monia it has averted and of the chil Grove Free Camera. Rev. Robinson will preach ERTY: 4 yearling mules, 2 mares, mules, 2 if we worth a million dollars, this is mules, so the cow twice a day. Recently the dren it has saved from attacks of croup at Bryantsville each first Sunday A free Camera will be given to each the spot we would want to live upon. work mules, 4 buggies, 1 surrey, 1 drummer's cownooKca tne old man ana he is su and whooping cough. It is a grand, night in the month. wagon, 7 sets of single harness, 3 sets of double boy who buys a suit from the Stanley Kentucky is the best place on God's 1 wagon, 3 milk cows, 17 ing his good medicine. For sale by R. E. Mc for damages. Mrs. Thomas Riddleman, Parshall- - harness, young calves, 300 shocks of corn,stock Tailoring Company, and they will footstool, and to be in the centre 13 and lm ville, Mich, writes: I was troubled hogs, of farming implements. save money, where breast measure is therefore is as near the promised land n. Bridges, Editor "Democrat," Roberts, Druggist. J. a lot ' M. D. Htjgiies, Ag't. as is possible to be in this life. under 35. THOMAS CECIL. Lancaster, N. H., says: "One minute with Salt Rheum for over thirteen Andy "Watson, the Bell county out- years, had tried a number of doctors cough cure is the best remedy for croup I ever used." Immediately re law, escaped from an officer by jump without relief, My husband bought a lieves and cures, colds, croup, asthma, ing from a second story window. box of Banner Salve, which I applied pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe and all Thirty-fou- r Mormon elders from two or three times and my hands be throat and lung troubles. It prevents Kentucky and other Southern States gan to get better. In a short time consumption. F.P. Frisbie. they were entirely cured. C. C. & J. lm met in conference in Louisville. lm The republicans in Congress are said E. Stormes. A consensus of all the evidence obtained up to date, says tbeXbioExper to be preparing to make an aggressive STONE. Rotary Motion iment Station bulletin, indicates that fight in favor of the Administration's fall plowing is the most reliable and Philippine policy. An old fashioned Several have killed hogs in this profitable method known at present, party wrangle is expected to begin community. for preventing the ravage of the white early m the session. Mr and Mrs N T Grow visited Mr. grub. (jnpt. ArcniDaia n. uooaioe, a re One of the most valuable timber tired army officer, died at Lexington. Nute Grow, and family, of Judson, Satprday and Sunday. trees in the great Northwest, the red A "West Virginia coal operator says Rev. Neal, ot Winchester, filled his cedar, grows to a maximum height of Hon. Jerry M. Porter. Could Not Talk. there is a great scarcity of miners in appointment at Scotts Fork, 2nd Sun 300 feet in diameter of 14 feet. I write this letter because X the coal fielns along the Norfolk and day. . . . W J McGarvey, of Lexington, Mrs. Smith Wooldrldge, of this believe you have made a dis place, who was so afflicted with The destruction of wheat by the fly "Western railroad. gave an interesting lecture at Scotts covery in a cough, cold, throat her throat for over two years that In Fulton county, is said to be worse The exports of American iron and Fork last Wednesday night on Pales and lung remedy that the peoshe could not speak above a whis than ever known before. ple ought to have. X refer to steel for 1899 will be $20,000,000 in ex tine, and other interesting things. per, after she used the first botDr. Bell's I A peculiar clock, of the time of cess or tne exports in any previous tle of Dr. Bell's The children and relatives of J M have thoroughly tested It and Honey, could talk as well as e Charles I, was the lantern of year. Saunders, greatly surprised him Sun ever, and the case is such a know Its merits. It cares. Lancaster. E..Arnolfl, style, which hung from the walls high Any one who ever needs a A State Guard company of forty-si- x wonderful cure that her it being his 70th birth up, with its works exposed. remedy of this kind should neighbors come In to see members was mustered in Wednesday day. All present seemed to have a never be without Dr. BeU's her for themselves, and August Flower. at London, with Ed Parker as Captain jolly time until the midday hour ar are astonished to hear JKBBT M. PORTKB, "It is a surprising fact," says Prof. Mrs. S. B. Smith, of Shelby county, rived, and an elegant dinner was her talk. Clinton, Ky. D. WlLSOH Iiouton, "that in my travels in all parts gave her two children morphine in spread, which was prepared by the & Son, of the world, for the last the years, I mistake for calomel. One died and children and taken from their homes, Our fee returned if we fail. Any one scsdiag Druggists, sketch and description of any invention will have met more people, having used the other is very sick. of which all present partook, abund Kimble. promptly receive oar opinion free concerning Green's August Flower than any other the patentability of same. "How to Obtain a antly, and had plenty left over, plenty Ky. Patent' sent upon request. Patents secured Thieves broke into the residence of to have fed the remainder of his rela remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver through as advertised for sale at oar expense. Postmaster Baker, of Louisville, drank tives who were not present, as itseem- Patents taken out through us receive special and stomach, and for constipation. notice, without charge, in The Patent Rkcobd, great deal of his whiskey and left an illustrated and widely circulated journal, find for tourists and salesmen, or for a ed impossible for them to have been consulted by Manufacturers and Investors. persons filling office positions, where note abusing him for not keeping a there. His children present were Mrs Send for sample copy FREE. Address, headaches and general bad feelings better brand. Coy, ot Kirksville, Mrs. Frank" NB VICTOR J. EVAN CO. PmtcntAttorncj-s,from irregular habits exist, that For burns, cuts, bruiseslacerations, Pierce, of Buckeye, J M Saunders, of Evaas Balltfiaf, WASHINGTON, D. C Green's August Flower is a grand or injuries of any description, BAL FJiattsvllle, T L and J W Saunders. remedy. It does not injure the sys- LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is a sov They are all his children living now, tem by frequent use, and is excellent ereign remedy. It never fails to do after dinner the photographer was for sour stomachs and indigestion." good, and so promptly that its wonder- was present and they had the picture PINE-TAR-HONESample bottles free at J E Storm es' ful curative properties frequently of the family and the old homestead Y ATTORNEY AT !LAW Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all create surprise. Price 25 and 50 cts .taken, after all was over and night ap AJJD REAL ESTATE AGT. civilized countries. C. C & J E Stormes: lm proached, all returned, to their respec is a scientific prescription, carefully prepared from the purest and best ingredients, LANCASTER, XT k aaaB tive homes except Mesdames Coy and most costly cougn meutcine on uie market, in uuying consequently tne TMrty-Thouan- d Acres Valwho remained with him over Pierce, yougciwS I Dr. BELL'S more aases night. All wished him many happy ior 35 cenis man you uu m Dottle ana uable Hardwood Timber as they de any other, but the druggist's profit is less. returns of his birth-da- y Mineral Lands for Sale in. parted. Therefore some druggists are cunningly persuading South-Easter- n Kentucky. ouy that wnicn to their customers to HETAL ROOFING, Blue-GrasDon't Bisk Your iXre. Special Bargains them means greater profit Many of your friends, or people Tarxns. DON'T YOU DO IT. DEMAND whom you know of have contracted consumption, pneumonia or. other and take no substitute. .Bell's fatal diseases by neglect of simple aalflLiaaflaK rnfmimljlfj Tke X. K. gatterl 4 Miflftae Ch, Feaatala Park, Fadaeak, Mj. S. BEAZLEY. cold or cough. Foley's1 Honey and Tar, a Safe cure and pleasant cough v Teeth eitrseted witaeat medicine, would have saved them. It. AT McOBKBTS DRUG STOBI, ULNCX LATHS, ETC LOW PRICES, PROMPT DELIVERY b guaranteed. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. J carpet-beatin- O- Prompt Payments On Friday STov. 3d, Dr. C. E. Poyntu Record Keeper of Hughes Tent, K O. T. M., at Paint Lick, prepared and sent proof of death of Sir Knigh fc W. R. Jennings. On the 17th. inst two weeks later, he received a draft for $1,000, which was paid to the widow. This is only one of payments of over $7,000,000 that have been made by the order, to widows and orphans. The amount paid by deceased was only and he was a member 4 years. Our best business men are taking this protection and the membership has reached 400,000, in 18 years. The following was signed by Mrs. Jennings: "This is to certify that this the 18th day of November 1899 I have received New York draft for $1,000 from K. O. T. M. in payment of Life Benefit Certificate No. 1256 held by my late husband "Wm. R. Jennings. That said claim was paid promptly and in full in ten days after proof reached Supreme Tent. WJion They Go In. The nevyly elected governor of Kentucky will bo inaugurated on the fifth Tuesday after his election, which this year will be on Dacemosr 12. The lieutenant governor and other state officers will take charge of their ofllces at the same time. The governor is elected for a term of four years and should he die before his term of office expires the lieutenant governor is appointed to fill the vacancy and serve in that capacity until the next regular election. The members of the general assembly the representatives and senators take possession of their offices on the lat day of January following their election. The representatives are elected for a term of two years, while half of the senators serve two years and half four years. The length of their term of office is determined by lot of the first meeting of the general assembly. SORE ON HIS ANKLE. ' a Write to Cozlna It Co' Purehwing Agency. LouUviile. Ky., tor any thing yon want to buy. Yon can save bis money. Infor SS treat-SUfferi- - S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD deep-seate- L ds j tfral Jai5efeljifeTts-v7- regtJuscJaonrsjnter Book-Keep- 3SJ2ISSarurbon, WAITED! one-thir- d lf one-ha- Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. PUBLIC SALE. aid Ball Bearings, Pine-Tar- bird-cag- apt, ) DR. BELL'S svw L. F. HUBBLE. m I r INta AK'riUliCT and FLOORING, 1A.C.SINB, SIDING laHHa in s PINE-TflR-nON- CEILING, W DINTISTl ' "if