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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 7, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899120701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 7, 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. mm TENTH YEAR. jetttM Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter. LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTEXOON. DECEMBER - 7, 199. ill) or VLL no i j n yr t X- FIT LANCASTER AND VICINITy. Strictly fresbjeggs Northcqtts. 10 ' The Masonic ludgomeeU nexu Tues day night. IUWJ1 1. CurjeySv & Co., g B. lligll tty Mluea lur Sl.O'J Paint Lick, Ky. JeilllUIgh Bisque and pieces at Thom 'qttery in all fancy n's. CompleteTtne of ladiesrubbers Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy cts at n. boots and shoes. Get all your ingredients Black Cake at CK Currey's. J. C. Thompson has a large line of lor your Cut Glassa't low-prje- U- - at Guns, hunting coats and loaded shells at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. I $1.00 cash. See our new line of neckwear. Oysters, Fruits, Nuts, Grapes and II. B. Isorthobtt will pay highest Logan & Robinson. Celery at T.$urrey's. market price On: furs. All kinds blankets from 50c to $3.50 Good boots for $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Lard cans and sausnge mills. per pair at Jennings &Co.. Paint Lick at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. J. RSHaselden. Sterling Silver in aR'vfancv Dieces. II. Clay Hamilton has bought the The finest and freshest line of Xmas poos, Tillett property on Richmond street, candies ever brought to Lancaster at Xoilet articles,Thompsons. knives and forks at J. C. Fuller & Sympson's. $1,100. Price Our stock of cloaks and wraps is still Just received a new shipment of Xew line of dried fruits also cabbage select, and we can please you in both and potatoes at Jennings & Co., Paint hats. See the new styles. style and price. J. JpsEvii. Logan & Robinson. Lick, Ky. Wanted JTIcat Hogs For Sale. Evaporated peaches, prunes, Horn Good country butter, highest mark A few choice ones, weight from 250 iny Grits, Hominy Flakes and Oats, et price paid. Blue Grass Grocery Co, to 300. Victor Lear. 2t At T. CurreyJS- S- Mclntoshes to $5.00 at Jennings and slickers from $1.50 & Co., Paint Lick am standing a nice Jersey Bull at m25tf R. L. Elk in. Medallions in alltne new shapes from 25c up. J. C. Thompson: Go to Stormes for Superb line of blankets at Joseph's, The prices are just what youvant,too A nice line of anything you may Lick, Ky. want in the way of a Christmas gift. hand at furniture always on R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint The City Council will very wisely Lard cans, sausage mills, lard press Telephone McRobcit's Drug Store prohibit the use of fireworks on the for reserved seats to Gov. Taylor's es and butcher knives. Prices the streets Christmas. lowest. J. R. Haselden. lecture. Butcher knives,ard cans, sausage E. E. Mitchell, junior member of Our stock or goods will all be open mills, lard presses sage, pepper etc. at us before the large clothing firm of Covington in a few days. Cairandsac Jennings & Co., Paint Lick, Ky. buying. Finest line cvWbrought to & Mitchell, of Richmond, died Satur day night of pneumonia. Preaching at Hubble Sunday. Lancaster. Morrow & Eld. Jo Severancewill preach at the Gov. Taylor has endorsement from Santa Clause has visited the stores Hubble Christian church next Sunday in Lancaster and left many useful and the greatest men in America. He has handsome Christmas presents. Read never appeared before an audience Henry Duncan, the barber, will our advertising columns and see what that he has failed to captivate. move into one of the rooms at the opera house entrance as soon as it is the merchants have. They will treat Not Settled Yet. you right. completed. He will fit it up with the As we go to press, nothing has been latest style furnitureand fixtures. If you want to laugh till your sides done at Frankfort to indicate what ache and your mouth extended from the outcome will be. All counties TnE Record only has three more ear to ear, hear Gov. Taylor Friday where no contest has been filed, have issues in this year, but during that night Dec. 15. General admission 50c, been counted, and they are now being time we will have three weddings to reserved seats 75c and SI. 00 at SIcRob- - taken up, several lawyers arguing write up. Now "rubber" as to who each case. A decision as to who will the parties arc. erts Drugstore. be given the certificate will probably For Unlit. Rev. Massee's subject for next Sun be reached this week. day night is "Prodigal Mothers." His A well improved farm of G9 acres on Engineer Henry Lammers only got White Lick, in Garrard county. Good 'ermon on the "Prodigal Fathers" last Sunday night was listened to by a to run his new engine a few trips house, etc. Splendid grass. Call on very large congregation and was of when it was sent south and an old one undersigned for particulars, of larger capacity given him. Capt. unusual interest. W. McC. Johnston. tf Phil Price says Lammers is now in Those who want to take advantage sackcloth and ashes over his loss. Spillman Riggs, the Prince of enter of the special rates to the Lancaster tainers, will deliver his funny lecture But as it doesn't, it mikes Lyceum Course should go at once and "The Funny Side of Life" in the Gar sign the proposition as it will soon be The latest county a lot of difference whether withdrawn. Either of these attrac- md Tennessee will maps of Kentucky rard Opera House, Dec. 21st. He willbe furnished free be accompanied by Megibben Kimtions is worth the admission to all. you spend it Wisely or not One dollar and fifty cents pays for the to the schools of Garrard Co., on ap brough who played to the delight of plication of teacher or School Trustees ill during his recent engagement here. to R. E. McRoberts. we talked from now until ntire course. It Will Go Higher. Hotel Itcnted. Ttventy-OnYears. doom's day we couldn't give U. D. Simpson has rented the Mason We are getting rich too fast, and The jury in the case of Gillis Prattl are going to "quit the you a better argument as to Hotel and Hamilton House for next er for killing Burton at Paint Lick, We have ten cars of Kensee Jellico year, and will run both houses, lie returned a verdict of twenty-on- e coal we want, to, close out at once. and his excellent wife have made a years. We understand why you should buy your that a numoer Also two cars of Altimont and Pittsgood reputation among the traveling were for the death penalty on first burg at 10Jc per bushel. Buy now; it public, by their excellent fare and ballot. Prather prayed an appeal of will go higher when we quit. courteous treatment. the case. W. B. Moss & Co. Paper of all kinds is advancing so Beautiful Building Lot. Hacks Arrive. rapidly in price that it will soon be as Mr. R. G. Ward has bought a lot be The two "Glass Fronts," spoken of high as Jack's bean stalk. TiieRecokd tween the Stormes property and Jno. oflice has not and will not advance its K. West, or. Richmond street. He got in last issue.have arrived and many prices, but serve its patrons at the 51 feet from Mr. Stormes and 10 from compliments been passed upon them. same low figures. Give us an order Mr. West, price about $10 per front One has steel tires and the other the for letter heads, envelopes, statements, foot. Mr. Ward will erect a hand latest improved rubber tires. They are not satisfied in both some dwelling thereon early next are the handsomest vehicles in cenand if tral Kentucky, and the enterprise disworkmanship and price it will cost 3'ou spring. played by Messrs. Hemphill and Beaz-le- v nothing. is commendable, indeed. There is Chance of Your Lire. Nevltis. The offer made by Fuller & Sympson an idea among some people that to FROM USj.than to challenge Robert C. Xevius died Monday to sell their stock of Queensware at hire a vehicle like these will take all morning at his home on the Danville accepted by many de- the money in town, but it is a mistake. youto match our prices on and Shakertown pike, of typhoid fe cost, has been The sale closes Dec. The charges are very reasonable. lighted patrons. ver. widow four chil them. As for the goods them- dren. He leavesaamember and the Chris 15th. They have tea sets, toilet sets, Itlany Improvements. He was of lamps, glassware and dinner sets in The Lancaster telephone exchange the and handselves, they will charm you tian church and belonged towas K. of great variety, all has been supplied with two new P. and Macabee orders and insur some. switch boards, one with 100 drops and in their stylish appearance ; ed for the sum of eight thousand dolKnights of Pythias. the other with 55. The system has lars. He was a man of excellent-qualThe Knights of Pythias lodge in grown so rapidly, and so fast that a magnetize you by their worth ities and leaves a host of mourning friends. Funeral services were held this city is composed of the best young great many improvements had to be attract you by their quality, at the Danville Christian church, men in this county, and the member- made in the office. It is now supplied Tuesday, at two o'clock, and the re ship is very large They have a lot of with all the very latest equipments in fact, never in the history mains were intered at Bellevue cem money to their credit, always pay sick and is one of the best in the state. The benefits promptly, and display a warm floor has room on of the trade has such nice etery, Danville. Burgin Messenger. fraternal feeling. But it looks like front remodeled,the groundpainted and papered, been He was a brother of Mr. Cal Nevius, the members will not attend the meet- will be carpeted. There will be sevgarments been sold for so lit- of this city. ings in the numbers that they should. eral sound-probooths placed there glits. This is a great mistake, as 'any man so that persons can send messages tle monev as we ask for them When Tiro Nn iiyour copy of Tiie can spare one night from courting, without anyone bothering them or the label on Record reads "00" it means that the staving in- the store or lounghing about hearing their business. The switch paper has been paid for until the year the house. Think over the matter, boardand operating room will be just 1000. Wc only have room for two fig brethren, and come to the lodge to- back of this room. The entire ures in our mailing galleys, and use morrow, Friday, night. arrangements will be complete by the naughts so that it will only be Saturday, and Mr. Bastin invites the Suicide at Mance. necessary to change one of them the public to call and take a look at them. year following, or rather for the next It was a great shock to the citizens Lancaster and Garrard county is proof the Manse neighborhood when the vided with as good a telephone system ten years. We will say in this connection that very few remain marked oth- news rapidly spread Saturday night as any in the state. er than "00", as we now boast of as that William Tudor had committed ISarrled In Danville. good, if not a better paying list of suicide by hanging. He had been at . It was quite a surprise to many of subscribers than any weekly paper in work about the barn all the afternoon the state. When wc took The Re and his wife saw him on the wagon their friends when they heard of the cord we found some of as slowcoaches several times, supposing he was un- marriage of Mr. Richard McGrath, Jr. as ever beat a newspaper, but the loading the corn therein. As he fail- and Miss Mary Route, which took pruning knife has been freely applied ed to come to the house about dark, place in Danville yesturday. The parand the dead heads dropped. It is she went to the barn, and was horri- ties reside in the Bryantsville and seldom an appeal has been made fied to find his body suspended from Marksbury neighborhood, and are conthrough our columns during the past a rafter with a plow line. No one can nected with the most prominent famimmagine the cause of the rash act, ilies in the county. The bride is the two years. as Mr. Tudor had been in no trouble daughter of Mr. M. F. Route and the Additional Bcward. of any kind and was well supplied groom a son of 'Squire B. A. McGrath, Mr. Bastin, superintendent of the with all the necessities of life.-- He two of the most widely known gentletelephone lines tells The "Record was a man who stood high in the esti- men in central Kentucky. She is a that citizens living along the Bryants- - mation of everybody in this, county, young lady of rare beauty, charming ville line have made up an additional and no one was further from doing a traits of character, and splendid edreward of one hundred dollars, to give wrong act than he. "Billy" Tudor ucation. She has been a leader of for information leading .to the con- was a friend to all who knew him, and society and Is beloved-ball who have viction of the .parties breaking the no one ever went to him for a favor the pleasure of her acquaintance. Tre wire and insulators on that line. This that he did not grant it cheerfully. groom, like his father, is one of the makes a reward of two hundred dol- He was of a pleasant disposition, and cleverest fellows one ever meets, and lars cash in hand, and "ought to tend never had trouble with anyone. The has friends by the score. This young, toward finding the guilty parties. The cause of his act will always remain a couple starts out in .life under the punishment for such offences is not deep mystery. His remains were in- the most favorable circumstances, and less than ten years in the state pen- terred at Old Paint Lickrchurch Mon- that tbey will have a happy voyage, itentiary. The damage to the Bry- day, and one of the; largest crowds there is not-th- e slightest reason to ants ville line caused much trouble : n seen at a funeral in many days was doubt. The Record extends its annoyance to both company and subHe and six heartiest congratulations to the. happy .:; o&Mtm, two grownV-..;scribers. A few pairs of Buell bootees left. We are headquarters for heavy Come and get your size before they boots and shoes. Logan & Robinson. are all sold. Logan & Robinson. Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Books, II. M. Ballou has sold an interest in Dolls and Pictures at Stormes" Drug his grocery to Prof. Postel and the new Store. firm will be II. M. Ballou & Co. Farm- rs Wanted, Good butter, bring all you Bring on your old iron and get the can and get top price. advance. II. B. Sorthcott. - We Are Crowing! Over having such a splendid line of Cooking and Heating Stoves. Our patrons We want big lot of choice butter and will.pay top price. Bring at once. Blue Grass Grocery Co. SEVER EXTEIl CONTEST, as our Prices and Goods always please them. Blue Grass Grocery Co, It Wonlflu't Make Mug li Differeace iflnMlt If 10--- CLOAKS, Why not give your wife a handsome and everything to keep off winterV genuine see the dress? We have the very latest styles chilly blasts. pretty shoes, gloves, waps etc. "Noth at the most reasonableiigures. J. Jo 'seph. ing nicer for a gift. Hog killing There will be regular preaching at The porkers was commenced Monday had been ripe for some Methodist church on next Sabbath, time, and owners were getting pretty fcV! n both morning and night. Rev. Rob sick feeding $2 corn. inson purposes to ansver publicly next Sunday night any questions bearing on Those who want to hear Gov. Tay morals handed him before that time, lor in Ills new lecture "Love Laughter and Song" should have their seats Horrible Crime. reserved at once as the Court House Richard Coleman, .a negro, was ta will be crowded to overflowing. ken from officers at Ma3rsville Wed nesday and burned at the stake.' The Capt. Ityan says he will have the negro had committed a rape upon Mrs. hotel and opera house done by Jan Lashbiook, a respectable white lady. uary 1st. if it costs a law suit in HalBeazley & Bang-limn-, lie nattered out ner Drains with a ifax. And we will bet a bottle of club and cut her throat. The mob wine that he fulfills his prediction. wore no masks and dragged the negro Funeral Directors. The Old Crow Sick. through Maysville's principal streets. We regret very much to note the His eyes were burned out with vitrol and his body badly lacerated before illness of James Dillon, better and Arterial ami Cavity Embalming more familiarly known as "The Crow". lighting the fire. A Specialty. He posted a big lot of bills for the Circuit Court. shows here some weeks ago, and the Court adjourned from Wednesday exposure and overwork were too much Full Line of until Tuesday. The time was taken for him. He is much better now, up from Tuesday until yesturday though still confined to the house. Furniture and Carpets. if tor noon by the trial of a case from Wanted! Mercer county. A workman was hurt All kinds of metal, brass, zinc, cop while assisting at the High Bridge lock and dam. He brought suit and per, lead, oiu ledgers, ruooer shoes, Jno.T.Hays. JJ.Hamii.tok. JJC.Robison the case was transfered here. After hides, pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, Hays, Hamilton k the case was ready for the jury, a com- and yellowroot. Will pay extreme promise for $50 was made between the market price for all kinds produce. II. B. NOKTIICOTT. Attorneys and Counsel ars at law pui ties. The suit of John Baughman against the L. & jN. for burnuiyat LANCASTER. KY. j More local ore pa. 4. barn, is now on trial. Why not give a Christmas present COMPLETE RETURNS Fred P. Frisbie's new drug store will be ready for occupancy in a day or so. show us far in the lead, with all It will be a dandy. Watch for his ad. kinds of Stoves, Grates, Mantles, that is useful andwill be of service.--' Call at Joseph's and J. R. HASELDEN. jyiiijigf Rolira, WRAPS V FURS The Season of 1899 is Drawing to a close, ffut we still have on Hand an Elegant Stocl of CLOTHING, NECKWEAR, OVERCOATS - UNDERWEAR, TO SELECT FROM. - Do You -- Want a Suit? PINE SHOES FANCY SHIRTS STYLISH HATS FINE GLOVES MENS HOSIERY ON PRICES. Dontfail to see our lines BeforeYouBuy, We are aiming to make it to THE INTEREST OP EVERT PURCHASER PATRONIZING US. ! SEE IIS ON 1 I LOGAN WE DEFY COMPETITION A visit from you will.be appreciated and will interest you. DRYGOODS LOGAN & ROBINSON. f COMPANY SOUTH "SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, LANCASTER, KY. 1 leavefc-.a-wl- fe . 4 f; ( CENTRAL RECORD XYXBY WEEK BY Landram. things crat. go 'round. too-true- , He is on the hub seeing Cynthiana Demo COUTS LANDRAif. LANCASTER, Publisher. KENTUCKY. Alas, Jim, too true. There are ..things, going oa in the dear old state at present that make all true Kentuckians feel that they are wrest d 'night mare. ling with a'well-develope- JUD3E John II. "WE3TOVEK editor " " of the Williamstown Courier, is being urged to make the race for congress. THURSDAY, Decemler:7 1899 Nobler gentlemen do not grow, and we hoptvha will d2Cide to shy his castor, feeling confidant that he .vlll win in a walk. If the newspapers of the state a wealthy man At "Atchison, Kansas, daciding of the matter, he hired to had the disguised as a farm hand and would be given no opposition. a farmer in order to learn the true character of his daughter and if she The Sscretary of the Treasurer estiwas the right kind of material for a mates the appropriation required for wife. The "laborer" soon found the fiscal year ending June 30, 1901, at girl to be the pink of perfection, wooed the If Uncle Sam has any certainly (531,031,994. and won her. This fellow sum, he ex- difficulty in raising this little had a good head on him, but if his a country newspaper, at ample is followed by wife hunters, the should start soon be able to pay crop of old maids will soon be awful to which he would pocket change to spare. contemplate. The parlor smile and out, and have society lovliness have brought disap pointment to many a poor devil who "BadUns" have been playing in thought lie was mairying an angle luck during the last election and more pol led. the vote without wings. "She" turned out to particular so since growing was monstrous have no wings, with darned poor pros Decent people are tired of bullies, and would take great pects of ever sprouting anv. pleasure in assisting at the funeral of Congkessmax Robkrts was asked every devil of them. to "stand aside" when he appeared to Judging from the newspaper ac be sworn in at the meeting of con- counts, every available bully in both gress. Now it would be awful for some parties has been corraled at Frankfort of those members to have to associate this week. One man could take an with a man who had the nerve to mar- elm club a nd run the whole gang. ry three wives. The whole proceed ing against the fellow seems ludicrous, Keports of the. "early termination' Because-hha the gall to marry a of the Philippine war are almost as batch of women is no reason that any- great a fake as the frequent announceone else should do so. Moral men are ments of the time the world is coming about as thick in "Washington as are to an end. ice factories in perdition. YSXB, IN ADVANCE SONS Months. ?" J1.00 .50 .25 HUBBLE. Friends of Sampson are now trying to get congress to boost up that gen tlemanfor "gallantry" at Santiago, Several have killed hogs in this com but the people know old man Schley munity. did that job, and nothing congresscan Turkey buying is on a boom in this do will change their opinion. The neighborhood. people are tired of boosting heroes Rev. Robinson will preach at the anywciy. Every one of the Big Ikes lorded around have wound up by tear- McKcndree church Sunday afternoon Why not devote a at 3 o'clock. ing their pants. little praise to the men who did the Have you a cold? A dose of COUS e SEN'S HONEY OF TAR at fighting. will remove it. Price 25 and 50cts. lm TnE better people have become so C C & J.E Stormes. disgusted with the conduct of the A thief went to Mr. J. A. Ham would-b- e bosses, that we doubt if nine monds house Sunday night and ete all tenths of them care whether anyone he wanted and went over to Mr. An Capt. derson's hoisted the window and tried is elected to the state officer. "White, of this ollice, fays he is in favor to go in. His wife being awake raised of selecting two honest men, one to the alarm and he let the window down receive and pay out the states funds and left. and the other to watch the convicts, Mr Ben Urton, of nedgeville, was and give the people a rest from state IT. Anderson and fam officers for a few years. Such a thing the guest of J. Mr John Menefee and would be refreshing, if not beniticial. ily Sunday wife spent Saturcay and Sunday with Mr "Wess Holtzclaw and wife near According to surveyors the center Stanford Mr Judge House and wife Garrard of Kentucky is located in county, a few miles from Lancaster. were guests of Mr and Mrs McMillon "Well, well! So that's what ails Louis Saturday and Sunday. bed-tim- A bill will be introduced by Congress man Smith, of the Fourth Kentucky Miss Bettie Bell bought 20 acres of district, providing for the improveland from "Woods Olvie'-ansister. ment of Salt river. limbs," chilblains, burns, Price'three hundred dollars. In sluggish liver, HERBINE.Jby its scalds.'bruised shins, sore'throat.'Tand beneficial action upon the biliary soresofieverykind,applyBALLARD'S and SNOWjLINlMENT. It will give imtracts, "renders the bile brings the liver into a sound, healthy mediate relief and heal any wound. condition, thereby banishlngjthe sense Price 25 and 50cts. C C & J E Stor lm ofldrowsiness, lethargy, and the gen- mes. eral feeling of apathy Qwhich arise dpt. Cinrles'D. Clay, "of j the Seven- from disorders of the liver. Price 50 teenth.infantry, wlnse horn? at Lexcfcs. C C & J E Storms?. lm ington and who was injured some Misses Eoie and Maud Rm visited months ago while fighting. in the'Phil-ippineMr. Shaw, their unsle, Saturday and has baen detailed as. army re Sunday Your correspondent and cruiting officer at Nashville. Miss Battie Bell and J. H. and Mattie There are few ailments so uncom McQuerry attended the funeral of Mrs as easily JohnBlankenship, at Crab Orchard, fortable bypiles, but they canBUCKusing TABLER'S be cured Saturday. . . .Miss Ida Hurt closed her EYE PILE OINTMENT. Relief school at Union, Friday. Mis? Ida is follows its use, and any one suffering a good teacher and has faithfully dis- from piles can not afford to neglect to charged her duty in the school room. give it a trial Price, 50 cts in tubes We wish her success through life. 75 cts. C, C. & J. E.Stormes. lm An official report of the Panama A SURE CUBE FOB CROUP. canal shows that 3,000 men are now Twenty-fiv- e Uio employed in the works. CotMtmt 'Years' without a Failure. At Grantsburg, Ind., Dr. E. P. Goss The first indication of croup is hoar- was d by Miss Laura Rit-te- r, seness, and in a child subject to that who accused him of circulating disease it may be taken as a sure sign scanderious stories about her. of the approach of an attack. Follow Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says, ing this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Re- "Our baby was covered with running medy is given as soon as the child be- sores, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve comes hoarse, or even after the croupy cured her." A specific for piles and Beware of worthless cough appears, it will prevent an at- skin disease. lm tack. It is used in many thousand of counterfeits. F. P. Frisbie. homes in this broad land and never The Secretary of the Treasury trans.disappoints the anxious mothers. We mitted to the House estimates of aphave yet to learn of a single instant in propriations required during the fiscal which it has not proved effectual. No year ending June 30, 1901. The aggreother preparation can show such a re- gate is $631,018,994. years' constant use cord twenty-fiv- e It is without failure. For sale by R E Mc matter stated that no action in the of pledging Government aid lm Roberts. Druggist. for the construction of the Niaragua canal will be taken by Congress during Aguinaldo is reported as being de present session. by his soldiers, if so tne in- the serted "One Minute Cough Cure is the best surgents must be near the end of their remedy I ever used for coughs and struggle. Contracts have been let for a wire colds. It is unequalled for whooping less telegraph system to connect the cough. Children all like it," writes H N. Williams, Gentryville, Ind. Never islands of the Hawaiian group. fails. It is the only harmless remedy biliousness, IIERBINE, by exIn Cures body the excess of that gives immediate results pelling from the coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu bile and acids, improves the assimila monia, bronchetis and all throat and tive processes, purifies the blood, and lung troubles. Its early use prevents tones up and strengthens the entire consumption. F. P. Frisbie. lm system. Price 50cts. CC& J E Stormes, Gov. Bradley appeared before the In Clay county, Ky., six masked men waylaid Jason Bowling and beat him Board of Election Commissioners and so badly that he may die. Bowling's denied that the soldiers in Frankfort friends have armed themselves and are were there by his orders. Bowling is looking for his assilants. My son has been troubled for years indentified with the Baker faction. with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago The disposition of children largely I persuaded him to take some of Colic, Cholera and depends upon health. If they are Chamberlain's troubled with worms, they will be Diarrhoea Remedy. After using two size he was cured. irritable, cross, feverish, and perhaps bottles of the seriously sick. WHITE'S CREAM I give this testimonial, hoping some VERMIFUGE is a worm expeller and one similarly afflicted may read it and tonic to make them healthy and cheer- be benefited. Thomas C. Bower, Glen ful. Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stor- coe, O. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, mes. lm. Druggist. lm. HAXXAGE. PAINTS, ALL KI'NDS. THE SEASON IS GETTING LATE BUT WE HAVE A more-fluid- Superb TO S! Window Glass, ALL SI2E1S. NOW IS TH6 TlVie TO Line of Hats s, Oy TH6V1 AT R. E. McROBERTS. F, We are prepared to please you both in style and price. SiLLIE 1. TILLET. 6. To B. SWIUOAD, AT LAW SirtoisJ SALE & FEED STABLE. LANCASTER, KY. We make special Attention our ATTORNEY horse-whippe- wagons we will sell good Lump Coal at 10c a bushel at our yards for the present. , We hare also a full line all other coals including two grades of cannel.three sizes of Anthracite, Woolridge, Jellico, Paint Rock, Bryant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, Corn, Outs, Cow Feed. Sale, Lime. Cement, Patent Plaster. Sand and Manufactured Ice. ICE & COAL CO. W. S. GLORE, Mgr. Yard, C. 8. Derot, Telephrne. 21 Town of flee and Factory, :ld St., Telephone 151. DANVILLE AND REAI, ESRATE AGENT. loaned on Options on Farms wanted. Money Frst Class Real F.ttate. AGENT FOR New York Life In's. Y S. BEAZL.EY, Co. of Teeth extracted without pain w tli Vitalized Air. Office in the Bookout Building, Oauville street, opposite Presbyterian church. DENTIST SALE STABLE. Nice combined horses always on hand for sale. WE INVITE OUK FRIENDS TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME W. B. BURTON. ORGANIZED 1883. Toilet Articles and Books. PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OF LANCASTER. if DRUGGISTS Complete stock of TroTroTToTmnroTT FT. SUNDRIES. gi Capital, - - 850,000 10,000 Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED. Carefnl and Prompt Attention Guaranteed T. M. HieeiXBOTHAX Freslden Cuhiet Assistant Cash'r Bookxeepet Lxwis Y. Lxavill B. 7. Hudson Bisnkt CD. Walxks W. O. H n LILLARTJ V STOUT j I DIRECTORS: J.M.HISQINBOTHAK, LXWI3 7 LXATXLL, II DANVILLE, KY. J. 8. Johnson, j H. C. Arnold, Jb. ALXX.GIBB8, T. M. Arnold B. F. Hubson. J.J.WALXBX Jacob Y. Robinson. WM UNPRECEDENTED! IS OUR BIG SALE OP OVERCOATS, 0000000000000 CLOTHING, FINE SHOES, UNDERWEAR Our Special Sale,3uits andOvercoats, Has Proven Very Popular, and Crowds our Store Daily. We give you Same Advantages in Prices and Quality that You Would Get in the Big Cities. 1; i COME LET "ITS ZPIROAIE THIS. ASSBBTIOIT. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOPOOOOOOOO0OOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in every sale we make, and will not only refund the money but pay your expenses back to our store if goods are not exactly as represented. i! m i i m WE HAVE -f- c. -- Meat hogs are scarce and high. I have a few Pattern Hats that I B. Leavell bought of Willis Ad- will sell. regardless of cost. Mrs. A. ams 10 head of feeders at 3icJ&. S. Haselden. Hog killing has been occupying the Mrs. Lulu Sinfpson joined the church to look all over town, just call to see US, we have it. attention of our farmers all this week. Sunday, at the Grove and was bapof 103 W. B. Adams sold his Microbes are so minute that 250,000 We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES acres to Will Henderson farm $25 per tized at Danville on Tuesday. at A anyone having items for The can be comfortably accommodated on acre. n Lancaster. Record will please leave them at the a penny postage stamp. Nearly all the children in this Telephone office in Bryantsville. England has about 150 packs of foxHigh" Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and neighborhood are about well of the Quite a large congregation was out hounds, and about 15,000 horses are S. S. S. Is a Great Blessing to Our Motto! feebleness and ill health, and chickenpox. on"Thanksgiving at Pleasant Grove, kept specially for fox hunting. Courteous Treatment. nearly all of the sicknes3 among William Hendren has rented his and listened to an excellent discourse Texes will have no timber in fifteen nifl PonnlQ RiuQO Thom older people can be avoided Most elderly It UllBo IIIClll farm purchased of W B Adams to Will delivered by the Baptist minister of years if the present rate, of cutting UIU iCUpiCi II people are very susceptible to illness. Cotrell tor next year. out lb is wiiuujr uniittfttsur) . xjjt seep-Nfi1,000,000,000 feet a year continues. the Fork church. I if 1DS their blood pure they can fortify themselves Rifinrl Stir! Little Smithie Engleman asked his As a cure for rheumatism Chamberof the ailments Sinca July 1, there have been 92,22o,-78- 8 nCW DlUUU QlIU LIlGi so as to escape papa where abouts in Lancaster was lains Pain Balm is gaining a wide repfrom which they suffer so generally. S. S. S. is bushels of corn exported against the remedy which will keep their systems young, by purifying the blood. Mr. J. E. Carson, who left his farm the news paper factory. utation. D B Johnston of Richmond, 60,822,762 bushels during.the same pethoroughly removing ail waste accumulations, anu impartE. L. Woods & Co., have bought all Ind., has been troubled with that ail- riod one year ago near Crab Orchard and moved to Ining new strength and life to the- whole body. It increases tho appetite, builds up the energies, and sends new diana a year ago, will return to his the hogs and cattle they could find, ment since 1862. In speaking cf it he A missionary paper says that 84,000 system blood throughout THURSDAY December 7, 189 old Kentucky home, and it will be paying 3J for hogs and 2J for cattle. says: "I never found anythingithat Bibles distributed among the Chinese Mrs. Karah Pike. 477 Broadway," South Boston, writes: many a day ere he wanders therefrom There is much sickness in this lo- would relieve me until I used Cham- were used by them for the manufact" I am sevfjity years old, and had not r njoyed good health for twentv years. I was sick in different ways, and in again. There are some mighty good cality, the doctors being kept on the berlains Pain Balm. Itacts like magic ure of fire crackers. addition, had Eczema terribly on one of my lees. The people in the hoosier state, but she is go all the time. The trouble is mostly with me. ' My foot was swollen and Uhere is much complaint from farmdoctor said that on account of my age, I would never be $ PEOPLE. not Kentucky, by a big sight, so says colds. paining mo very much, but one good ers of Woodford and adjoining of seriwell again. 1 iook a dozen bottles 01 t. is. b. and it cured me "Ev" and we see where he is right. completely, and 1 am nappy to say that Jessie Ledford is building a new application of Pain Balm relieved me. ous injury to the growing wheat from I feel as well as I ever did in my life." house on his farm lately bought of E For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. a small white worm. The worm atMr .T W. Lovimr. of Colquitt. Ga., says: " For eight Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting A Washington special says Mrs. W Norris and he will soon be ready to Misses Lillie Bourne "and Mattie tacks the root and causes the plant to een years I suffered tortures from a fiery eruption on Dewey now comes in for another storm move in. friends in Lexington. Thompson have been visiting Mrs. wither and die. my skin. 1 tried airaost every miuu remcuj. uiu, t:ie of criticism. This time it is from the failed ono by one. and I was told that my age, which is Mr. and Mr. Grove Bryant and Miss Lucy Woolfolk, in Lexington A strong independent tobacco man eixtv six was aca:nst me, anu mac 1 couiu never nope Herbert Hardin, of Covington, is Real Society persons of Washington. of Madison, were married by Mrs Taylor, Burdett visited her par- ufacturing company has been incorpo- to be well again. 1 nnauy iuus o. o. o.. nuu it Prather, visiting in this vicinity. Mrs. Dewey has announced that she Rev." Crawford, at his residence, last ents in Danville.... Mrs Saliie B. rated, with headquarters in Louisville. rr,- Mnml thnrnnchlv. ' and now I am in perfect health." "V " Miss Dove Harris has retnrned from will return calls only by cards. She Thursday. and Mrs It will be known as the ManufacturWelch, little is not at all popu'ar, anyway, and this a visit to relativos in Lexington. Fish & Adams Fistula Salve is meet- Mattie Bryant, visited Mrs Deather- ers' Tobacco Company, capitalized at necessary to put the reMiss BessieKing $250,000 with E. W. Russell, President. is the only remedy which can build up and strengthen McKee Kinnaird, of Middlesboro, act was only ing with a wonderful sale. They have idge in Richmond sentment into flaming indignation. M spent Thanksgiving in this city. it is the only one which is guaranteed all the orders they can fill, and are and Miss Florence Dunn Too much warmth is infinitely more old people, because mercury, arseuiu aim uuni uauiabiiiS free irom potasn, Thanksgiving with Mrs Dasie Colier, mischievous to a flock Mr. Geo. T. Mason, a former Lan- kept hustling. Miss Bertha Hilton made a few days in the winter minerals. It is made from roots and herhs. and has no chemicals whatever W. B. Adams sold to Jack Adams a near Danville.... Mr and Mrs Dunn than too much cold. Instinct teach in it. S S 8. cures the worst cases of Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema. Rheumatism, caster boy, now a leading insurance visit to her relatives in Brodhead. man of Chicago, has our thanks for a bunch of shoats at 3Jc and to C. B. have returned from a pleasant visit to es sheep to protect themselves against Tetter. Open Sores. Chronic Ulcers, Boils, or any other disease of the blood. Mrs. Bettie Landram is at home handsome memorandum book bearing Engleman a number one milk cow for Mrs Bettis, near Lancaster Books on these diseases will bo sent free by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga. Mrs. again from a visit to Richmond rela- the ad of his company. We are glad $40 and a mare to Joe Mullins for $23. Mollie Swope, of near Buena Vista, cold in the winter by huddling together, but there is no way of escape tives. to know that our good friend is meetC B Engleman has a bad case of was with friends here on Thanksgiv- against overheating or overcrowding. EDUCATION - ing with great success in the Windy western fever and anyone wishing to ing Mr. Saddler moved to the propMisses Pearl Philips and KatieSimpA Mercer county man has a Poland Is absolutely necessary to the youn son, were In Danville weauesuay City. But Lancaster boys always buy a desirable little farm can get a erty lately occupied by Mr Croucber. China hog, three years old, that man or young woman who would win Chopping. come out successful in anything they bargain if they will see him while the Mr. Preston has moved near Thister's weighs over a thousand pounds W. success in life. This being conceded mill. fever is on. undertake. Dr. J. W. Grant has returned from H. Means, of Maysville, bought 1,200 it Is of first importauce to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank Gabe Salter has a new remedy for a visit to his brother, Dr. S. P. Grant, acres- - of land in Fleming county foi Bobbed the Grave. Messrs. Joe Odennald, inspector of rheumatism, he recomends beef soup THE BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE ,000 3,900 geese in one drove were of Danville. engines, R. H. Davis, foreman of boil- as hot as you can drink three times A startling incident, of which Mr taken from Washington county to it LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr W. C. Grant, of Columbia, er shop, engineer Henry Lammersand a day. Gabe is a butcher you know, so John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the Bloomfleld to be slaughtered. Tenn., is the guest of his cousin, Dr. fireman Flytag, of the L. & "N., have you can easily see the point. subject, is narrated by him as follows Seven experienced teachers, each one a sppcialift in his line rite Graduates of this college preferred by business bouses. occupy! lor been here this week as witnesses in a J. W. Grant. A man had a flock of 20,000 sheep 115 a beautiful book kMus testimonial from graduates Sam Jennings is making quite a suc "I was in a most dreadful condition. on road. It would prominent positions all over the United States it will be mailed the border of Mexico and resolved SHORTHAND, Mrs. Allen Cook, of Burgin, has law suit against the cess with the harness and saddlery My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunklELEuKAJ'lli. to yor FREE. be hard to find a cleverer, more sociaen, tongue coated, pain continually to drive the sheep across the desert been the guest of Mrs. Jas. Hill, on esble set of gentlemen, or men who un- business he bought of his brother's pastures Danville street. tate. Sam is a splendid workman and in back and sides, no appetite grad- - into the across of New Mexico. The derstand their business more fully. the desert required will turn out nothing but the best of ualls growing weaker day by day. journey Miss Christine Bradley, of Frank- The Record is under obligations to Three physicians had given me up. seven days. Not a drop of water wat work. Give him a call. fort, is enjoying a month's visit to them for "going over" our engine. Fortunately, a friend advised trying to be found in the entire distance. On Mr. Tom Ramsey and Miss Jemmic friends at Anniston, Ala. Electric Bitters:' and to my great joy reaching a river of coal water the Stanford Journal: Mr. II. M. McCormick, prominent soceity people, and surprise, the first bottle made a sheep plunged in and drank their filll. METAL ROOFING, Miss Olivia Sweeney,, of Lexington wife and daughter, Pattilin, of will be married today, Tuesday. Both 1 decided improvement. College, spent Thanksgiving with her Ballou, I continued As a result, 4,000 sheep died in a few Laucaster, spent several days with the are among the bestsocietyyoung folks use for three weeks, and am now hours. Mr. Jesse Sweeney. brother, family of Elder Jos. Ballou. . . .Mr. and and number their friends by the score. their a well man. I know they saved my The annual meeting of Kentucky ! Dave Walker spent Thanksgiving Mrs. William Royston, of Garrard, We extend congratulations. life, and robbed the grave of another Swine Breeders' Association will be with his sister, Miss Alice Walker who spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. A. The person who disturbed the conNo one should fail to try held at Louisville, Tuesday, Dec. 12 , is attending school in Lexington. A. McKinney Mr. Royston has an gregation last Sunday by coughing is victim." them. Only SOcts., guaranteed at 1899. The meeting will be called tt unusual record, having spent every requested to call on C. C. & J. E. Jesse, the infant son of Mr. and R. E. McRoberts Drug store. order by President II. Z. Churchill at LATHS, ttTC. LOW PRICES, PROMPT DELIVERY Mrs. Jas. A. Beazley, was critically ill night at home for the last 11 years. Stormes and get a bottle of Foley's 11 o'clock a. m., at the Willard Hotel. He has spent only two nights away Honey's Honey and Tar, which always for several days, but is some better. At this meeting officers of the associaBUCKEYE. from his wife since he married her 22 lm tion lor the ensuing year will be elec Col. E. H. Gaither, of Harrodsburg, years ago, and then he was serving as gives relief. I was mistaken in prices given last ted. The annual meetings have al and Mr. Shelby, of Lexington, are a federal juror. week in reporting J. T. Palmer's to Edd Ray, of Louisville, who has ways been the most interesting an among the visiting attorneys this 6 bacco buyings. sick at his week. The young men will probably give a stead of 5 to Cc. He paidhadto 8cts in been quiterecovered. fathers' home, profitable, and it is hoped that tlm (You it right. has about meeting will be largely attended. big hop Christmas week, perhaps at Elder E. C. Powell and family left We are faring sumptuously every - old man. The mistake was made in The Lexington Gazette says some ol yesterday for Okala, Florida, to re- Crab Orchard Springs Of course Sax- the office. The types got twisted.-Ed.- ) day; and every body seems to be hap our hemp farmers who did not side. They take with them the best ton will furnish the music. If they hemp up after cutting tell u are successful in their undertaking, a Tnere is a move on root to have a py since the weather has turned cold m22 C wisues 01 our community. they have commenced breaking it out. special coach will be run to Crab Orch school house district cut off at Leaf. enough to kill hogs. Social and Industrial club was ard, the same as was done last winter, Something that is very badly needed The Last week tha infant son of Vysus This plan of early rotting is at tin entertained by Miss Mary Harvey and the crowd return on the regular for it is almost impossible for the and Irene Preston was buried at cost of qnality in color and strengtl Wooldridge Wednesday afternoon. Cincinnati train, reaching here at 2:52 children to go from there to Walker's Buckeye, Wednesday. 50. m We extend and also loss of weight. The cost ol ' 01 4 njji --H The attendance being very large. stocking and respreading is much les: a. m. Special invitations and tickets school house. They have to cross sympathy to the bereaved parents. X 1 J7 Lick Branch end ways, for about theee The Middlesboro !Ncwssaysat the will be issued, which will insure the DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify than the loss sustained in the othei miles. turkey shooting W. J. Kinnaird has keeping away of objectionable characthe blood, clean the liver, invigorate manner and few adopt the former way. A gloom was cast over this entire the system. New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INl'iiKNAL and proven himself to be the crack shot so ters, which sometimes rubberneck in Famous little pills for Buyers are offering freely 41c a poun( community by the ne s of the death constipation and liver troubles. F. P. for the little of last year crop unsolc. far, he having killed three turkeys out on such occasions. EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. of William Tudor, who committed su Frisbie. of seven shots. lm and also for the new crop we learn. n Saturday. He At 4c a pound the price per cwt. i An editor prints his paper to give icide about CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. The Richmond Climax reports Mess. left the house in apparent good spirits, Preston Bivin, of the Methodist $5.04. of TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. J. W. Walker and Allen Hiatt, of his patrons the news is inthe day and and was found a short time after, church is conducting a meeting at According to Bradstreet's circula; for the money there it. He is Lancaster, among the guests at the - - 310 Kofth MaiR Street, ST, LOUIS. MC hanging in his barn. No man had Gunn's Chapel. He is an able and wheat, including flour, shipments fo iAMESF. BALLARD, Sole Proffistor, charming party given by Miss Annetta presumed to know of what he writes, more respect from the people or stood earnest preacher, and it is hoped that and he generally does. When he writes the week aggregated 3.540,007 bushels Riddell, of Irvine. great good may result. as he does in the Leader Courier, higher as an honest citizen. His re against 4,650,842 last week, 5,679,141 in "I was nearly dead with dyspepsia, the corresponding week of 1898, 6,563,- Garrard county friends re Osceola Mills, Pa., without fee or hope mains were interred at old Paint Lick tried doctors, visited mineral springs, 02 in 1897, 3,937,233 in J896 and 2,915,- - v. McC JOHNSTON, joice with Mr. Arch McKinney, of of reward, that "Chamberlain's Cough Monday. JOHN T. JOHNSTON Stanford, upon his appointment to a Remedy acts magically, and we have Willis Adams and J. B. Leavell will and grew worse. I used Kodol Dys 000 in 1895. Since July 1 this season position in the collector's office at found none better in our household. start West Monday on a prospecting pepsia Cure. That cure'd me." It the exports of wheat aggregate 81,779, JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON NOTARY PUBLIC, If you have a cough, try it," it may be tour Smithie Engleman, little boy digests what you eat. Cures indigest- 869 bushels, against 83,299,357 last yeai collector, and we venture to say Mr. accepted as an honest expression, of C B Engleman has been quite sick ion, sour stomach, heartburn and all and 95,973,526 in 1897, 98. Corn is bel Yerkes has no more ellicient man in worthy of credence. For sale by R. E for several days E W Norris moved foims of dyspepsia. F. P. Frisbie. lm ter. Corn exports for the week aggre- Uvil. Engineers and Surveyors, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY his service. McRoberts, Druggist. lm his family to Lancaster last week Mrs. Susan Harris, formerly of Stan gate 4,603,718 bushels, against 4,581, LANCASTER, KY where they will make their home in ford, who has been visiting relatives 447 last week, 4,531,724, in this week : Sirayar ani Apntfor the future. The entire community here, left for her home in Paducah, year ago 3,209,970 in 1897, 2,975,721 it regrets very much to give them up last week. . . .Msesrs James Pierce and 1896 and 1,743,167 in 1895. Since Jul; AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO but what is our loss will be Lancas Will Burton, of your town, were in this season corn exports aggregate! 88,076,965 bushels, against 56,828,91( ter's gain. our midst Saturday and Sunday The Celebrated Eye Specialist, of Little Mary Clark Engleman, who Miss Mote Nave, of Danville, who is during the same period a year ago ant LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, 1897-9has been suffering all her life from a with relatives here, attended church 56,670,440 in complication of diseases and who has at Chapel, Saturday night, and one of Mercer Items: Bonta Bros, sok vVill be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on been under the treatment of Dr. J. F. our boys was the picture of perfect fifty head ofAl,000 lb. cattle to Cle" Tuesday Jan. 2nd, and at St. Asaph Payton, of Stanford, for the last 12 happiness .... Misses Hattie Taylor Coleman, at 5 cents a pound George m months was prononnced well by him and Ada Robards, of Madison, were Powell, of Mackville, sold his crop ol Hotel, Stanford, Wednesday, Jan. 3d, Eyes day each & last week. She was treated by several the lovely guests of Misses Hattie tobacco for 7ic a pound The seasoi eturning one Glasses month. scientifically xamined and skillful doctors and they all failed to Jones and Kell Burton Mesdames for tobacco stripping has been bettei id justed. do her any good. Her parents owe Dr J W Brown, W C Blakeman and Susan this year than for a long time, we an Payton a debt of gratitude and will Harris visited their sister, Mrs W M informed by tobacco men. Most oi Representina; Following Companies $3.60 "worth $5. Overcoats never regret what they paid him for Finnell, at Kirksville last week the weed has been stripped already 6.50 7.50 restoring her health. Hardin Langford, sold a bunch o Misses Lula Simpson andCarrieBrown Aetna, 7.50 m 9.00 cattle to J. H. Vanarsdall, a were with Miss Edna Prather in Mad- 950-lQueen, For Pneumonia. 9.00 Mrs. $4.50 per hundred pounds. He alsc 10.00 ison Saturday and Sunday Palatine, Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich. James Jackson, of Bryantsville, is nought a number of yearlings at 4c : The Blue Grass Nurseries offer National, says: "I have used Foley's Honey and spepding this week with her parents pound. He says cattle are getting al ivery thing for Orchard, Lawn and to 3.50 Boys overcoats $2.25 Hertford, Tar in three very severe cases of pneu Mr. Johi warden. Full stock of Fruit and . .Miss Alice Jones, of Lexington, is most as scarce as hogs Mclntoshes from $1.75 to 6.00 monia the past month with good re at Thompson Hill's, instructing Lis Buster bought 45,000 pounds of tobac All wool suits $6.50 to $10. sults." C. C. & J.E. Stormes. lm wife and daughter in music... Mrs. co, of Mercer county farmers, at fron Drnamental Trees, Grapes, Small Milwaukee, oruits. Asparagus. Shrubs, and Grood suits $4.50 and $5.00 E3' Alex Miles, of Jessamine, has been $6.60 to $7.50 per hundred, and Mi. :verything kept in such an estab Conneticut, FREAGHEBSYILLE. past week. BowinanTerhune bought 80,000 pound. ishment. We employ no agents. visiting relatives here the CHILDRENS CLOTHING VERY LOW, Mens boots Continental, hundred.-De- m $6 are glad Descriptive catalogue on applica- E Born to the wife of John Green a Her friends confined forto see her, out at from to $8.50 per worth $1.75 at $1.50, Mens boots wooth $2.50 at $2.00 Mens Glens Falls, so long with a ocrat. after being ton to ten pound boy. high cut oil grain shoes worth 2.50 at $2.00, Mens high German American, severe sprain of the ankle. Lincoln Notes: J. T. Crutchfielc H. F. HILLENMEYER. James Rogers Phenix of Brookljn, cut shoes worth $1.75 at $1.50 Good felt boots at $2.00 and m dwelling house. is building a new bought in the Highland section : Lexington, Ky. Phone 279, New York Underwriters, bunch of fat cows at 3c. .. .Beazley A Thousand TonEaes. $2.50. A big line of J. F Thompson of Mt. Vernon was Could Liverpool & London & Globe. not express the rapture of An Bros, sold to Jordan, of Atlanta, thre on business Tuesday. "WOMENS AND CHILDRENS UNhere MENS' nie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., geldings for $160, $135 and $110 and : North British & Merchantile George Colson sold some corn to Philadelphia, P., when she .found that mare for $60. B. Cnancellor sold tt DERWEAR. Thos. Naylor for $1.75 per barrel. Henry Heste Aetna Lifelns. Co.or HartforflXon Dr. King's New Discovery for Con same a mare for $45 Also Blankets, Comforts and Everything for winter wear J F Holtzclaw, J W Cummins and sumption had completely cured her of has taken 21 cattle for Allen & Wii WHAT ONE WANTS IN WINTER, Might require quite a others has gone to Frankfort on bus a hacking cough that for many years kinson to feed. He is to receive 3i space to list, if you take in the entire range, but it's what he iness. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS had made life a burden. All other for every pound put on them by Oct wants in clothes. his wearables, that ought to cause him to Joe Hayden shot his brother Shelt, remedies and doctors could give her 10, 1900.... Brady & Terry bought o come here. Reasons: He gets correct styles, the kind of quality or prices tnat sway tne bunch of heifers at 3.3.' in the face while out hunting last no help, but she says of this Royal J. E. Bruce a he can safely bank on, and then the kind buying. Coming in December a great bargain month at this Friday though he is not seriously hurt. Cure "it soon removed the pain in and of Dr. J. T. Morris some It artificially digests the food and aids Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Store, introduces him to values that will make him an eager buy- W. H. Cummins and wife attended my chest and can now sleep soundly hogs at 3.40. .. .A good crowd attendee Nature in strengthening and reconer that will cause mm to ieei grareiui uiai tuts bvo&uu uiu uuu structing the exhausted digestive of Pythias, meets every Friday th- - burial of their brother in law something I can scarcely remember Gentry Bros.1 sale and bidding wa hurry his selections. It is the latest discovered digest William Tudor at Paint Lick last doing before. I feel like sounding its lively throughout. Milk cows brough for-egg- s and tonic. No other preparation night in Masonic hall. ant "Will pay 20 cents per dozen Monday. All vispraises throughout the Universe." So $30 to $40, year'.ings $20.50, calves $11 can approach it in efficiency. It in reek. Give us a call. B;cep Qalet will every and who tries Dr. King's to $2L80,ewes sold at $4.60, brood sow. stantly relieves and permanently cures iting Knights are fraternally invit-d-. and use Chamberlain's Colic Cholera New Discovery for any trouble of the $10 to $12.50, dam of Honest Run $96 Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, & Co. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c a Scorpion filly $86.50, saddle hors. SickHeadache,6astralgia,Cramps,and Ed Bishop, C. C. the stomach and all unnatural loose and $1.00. Trial bottles free at R. E. $75, plug horses $38 to $48, corn $1.7. all other results of imperfectdlgestioDi Frtpartd by C C OtWItt AC. cicafl , cures. McRoberts Drug Store: every bottle shucked at heap, hay $12 to $16 pel ness of the bowels. It always F. P. Frisbie. J. S. Haskuhsn, K.R.& S stack. Journal. guaranteed. ' For sale by R. E. McRoberts. . lyr - If. When you need something GOOD, something FRESH and TEMPTING, no use PAIN r LICK. BRYANTS VI LLE J. EVER T TO BE CURED. PULLER & SYMPSON. three-fourth- s CENTRAL RECORD. A500T grand-daught- S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD ffflBflg spent A BUSINE SS BOOK-KEEPIN- FLOORING, KY A.C.SINE, SIDING, STANFORD, CEILING-- 4 BOON TO MANKINDS DTABLER'S BUCKEYE tak-thei- r ! mw 1KB sun-dow- STORMES ZITTO STORE. J. X. DUNN Lnl Or. R. Goldstein, R, KINNAIRD, CLOTHING at at at at INSURANCE. i FREES! TREES! w b. at at at 1 Dyspepsia Kodo Cure Digests what you eat. I s. this R. L. JENNINGS Paint Lick, Ky. Remedy has Chamberlain's saved the lives of thousands of croupy children. Ie is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough. For lyr. sale by R. E. McRoberts. Miss Rhena Mosher, of Pennsylvania, a national organizer of the W. C. T. U. VS will speak at the Christian church in Hos Killing Time. p. m. Buy your sage, black and Cayene Lancaster, next Sunday at 3 pepper and salt pe treat Stormes Drug Everybody cordially invited to' attend and young people especially are urged Store. to be present. A collection will be For Sale. taken to defray expenses. By order of the W. C. T. U. 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 nice 750 lb steers. Apply to T. M. Fur iloc: Killing. y Johnston or Sons. Benge & Miller have constructed first-claslaughter pens and are pre Our stock does not consist of old kill and dress your hogs or remnants. "WWhaye and will keep our pared to reasonable figures. The pens lines complete m every department. cattle at are located at end of Totten avenue Joseph. J. in every particular. and are On Dec 1, Dr. W. S. Beazley will Have your meat killed where it can be move his office to rooms over Dr.'Kin-naird'- s properly handled and by expert hands. office, Bookout property, street. tf. Tke Weather. After one of the prettiest fall seaI will, take steps against those ow sons one could wish-tr ing me, if debts are not paid at once. took a sudden change Saturday and is This business must be closed up, and as cold as miser's heart. Thelirstsnow I mean what I say. G. S. Gaines, of any consequence fell Monday, cov For Sale, fourteen nice sugar year ering the ground to depth of about ling mules and nine t sugar half an inch. The prospects are that mare mules broke to work. "Will sell we are in for it now and will have no more warm weather 'til along about in pairs if desired. Xixon Perkins, Marksbury, Ky. the middle of next August. A Judge of the Old School. Town Lots In BryanUvlllc for Sale. A judge of the old school is said to Will sell privately two lots, with have once summed up a very compli dwellings. Apply to ,J. X. Dunn or cated case in the following way: myself at Bryantsville ?or particulars "Gentlemen of the Jury You have Jas. Hills. tf all heard the evidence, you have also have We have the prettiest line of ladies heard what the learned counsel you believe what the counsel shoes in town, and can eive vou hand said. If your versome and serviceable goods. Examine for the plaintiff has told j'ou, on your purchases dict will be for the plaintiff; but if, them before making the other hand, you, believe what the J. Joseph. defendant's counsel has told you, then Gov. Bob Taylor will deliver his new you will give a verdict for the defend lecture "Love Laughter and Song" in ant. But if you are like me, and don't the Court House, Friday night Dec. believe what either of them has said, 15. General Admission 50c, reserved then I don't know what you will do." Househould Words. seats 75c and $1.00 McRoberts Drug Store. AtiRuet Flower. Dan-.ville see,th&-weathe- A Wrong Notion: Ttisamifltake to suppose that i Wanted Car load Bones and Iron R. A, J&ONE. baby must come with suffering. LlliET . Co' r it Kate Pur Kutui; l.oaN.lli;. Kr. far nay thlnj jou want to bny. Yon can save big money. iufor-rnuM. jvr. rit rr ('otine I great pain and ' exnectant mother An i only use the wonderful need called MOTHER'S FRIEND ' to escape the danger, I dread, nAMtnnonaea III Sun's: COMBS ;oo:l Watelxo-- Alxulutely Free. We wins your mum for PASTIME, a bright clean, illti rated sttiry a I hurao.-opapr for the fatally clru!.. It; l.irgonly 75c a trt il I oivit'ji, ltte. We 3"ve a nlc!c!e hear;ou ihj?. silver witch to inbicrier, et medium ?izc watch, guaranteed foro.s y ar. Will keep time for many yours accurssly as a f ICO watch Aud wotfive OoM W.itchis, Blcy-cle- j. etc. 3in;ljail ; iril uUr j fr,w. Sand usyonraMre-Hti-difly n It m mire, irj will surjirUo yo i. Hf.t-- eucl u jtamp for tri il subscription, orni 4ia:a,4 for watch and paper, while the watcli j. .tMKoiii free. Tho rub. Co., LoiiUviile, Ky. ljr. liniment for $1 a bottle, wtyes are viten to sena ior our jive iuuiuoku ougm. vj It will tell them tnings mey WJ., Awuua, THE BBAonEUJ KEUUULTUK liv V i:mjn atu S.1AU in- - Hro. Barnes in Richmond. The Climax says: i'That lovable christian and powerful advocate of Christ and God's Love, whose fame has circled the earth, Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, began a series of meetings in the court house there Friday night, and will continue forsome time. He is theguestof Mr. and Mrs. T. L. TVTHE WEAK AND WEARY LUNGS. Nature's Remedy' improved by science to a harmless, pleasant, positive cure. LUNG AND BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS never linger in contact with that most natural and speedy cure. COUGH-WORN Dr. BELL'S PINE- COUGH, AR-HONEY Smith." Lost. Dr. Bell's TRY A PINE-- T BOTTLE OH advances a New Theory in the Treatment of Coughs. j Many have lost confidence and hope Cause. This remedy cuts the mucus and destroys the germs of disease and heals and soothes, as well as health, because they have so that there is no inclination. to cough. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough and Lung been told their kidney disease was inFoley's Kidney Cure is a Soreness disappear by its use as snow before the sunshine of spring. curable. Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm ALL DRUGGISTS ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED to refund the price The City Council having fixed a if it fails to give entire satisfaction in any and all cases, child or adult. stiff license upon the sale of fireworks, none of the merchants will bring on CURED. . BRONCHITIS PNEUMONIA PREVENTED. CONSUMPTION CUItES. Dr. Bell's is the best cough any. Dick Anderson will have a full I had a very severe cold and sore throat in remedy we have ever used. My wife had a seI have sold for ono year. fact, I thought I was taking pneumonia. I got supply at his residence, opposite Mrs. vere case of bronchitis and throat trouble, and Find it a splendid remedy and good s 'Her. a bottle of Dr. Bell's m sample bottle relieved her Sold five bottles to Miss Stella Howell, of this Kauffman's, and be prepared to fur- that I bought a dollar bottle to such an extent place, who was considered to have consump- and after using it ons day and night I can say for her. and she is that it U the best remedy that I ever need I now almost fully recovered. We will never be tion. She is now in good health. J. T. Granish any quantity at lowest lates. recommend it highly to everybody. lwis C. without Dr. Bell's in our ham, Druggist, Grantsburg, III. Davis, J. P., Allenville, Mo. house. T. A. Wilburn, Taylorsville, Ky. It cures the Cough by curing the Han't SaSjr, Taj Kl Cures a!l dtse.U'.'-- i without the in a o- - inedl cine. A pure Oxyguu truttmat. by abuirp tiou. It cure-- t where everything elrfe faiU It Is needed in every family, for it will icllevee-er- y weakness or ailment, to the most persistent chronic disease, and without the nse of a grain of medicine. Thonsands of all over the L'ulted States, from private citizens to Lawyers. Doctors, Preachers. Supreme Judges. Editors, etc., uvcu Crowned Heads of Knropehave given written testimonials of lltvs fct-- . Hook of testimonial'', and matter "of griat Interest with prireof iustnimeiits nent five. Every family should Imv an ElectropoUe; it saves money, induces Ileal. h. ?cuil wjiir aiMrrss at once atel fee what people say who have thoroughly tested its merits, .geuts wanted. THE KLECTKOl'OIsiE Co., 51S Itli St.. Louisville Ky. lyr. 25o THE M &&R&B$TEE. IT! OIL JlOO, L:Hlii us CAPITAL 000.00 -- or- IiAA'castej:, ki e&jy A. K. Denny. President. MARKSBOBY. Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan ville Steam laundry. Work shipped and received daily. Shirt waists specialty. Office at T. Curreys grocery store. tf. Charley Poindexter, of Marcellus, ."It is a surprising fact," says Prof. Franklin Institute Sold. Mrs. R. H. Fox has bought the old Houton, "that in my travels in all parts Franklin Institute property on Dan of the world, for the last the years, 1 ville street for $1,200. The place will have met more people, having used be extensively improved and she will Green's August Flower than any other remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver move there next year. and stomach, and for constipation. I Lost Dog. find for tourists and salesmen, or for White spotted hound bitch, witli persons filling office positions, where black spots. Left my place last Sat headaches and general bad feelings urday. Liberal reward for informa from irregular habits exist, that tion leading to her return. W. S. Green's August Flower is a grand Walker, Point Leavell. remedy. It does not injure the sys tem by frequent use, and is excellent went hunting Thanksgiving and only iired one shot, but that killed his faithful bird dog. We heard Charley was going hunting and that's why v. e spent the day out of the county. For Hoarseness. Benj. lngerson, of Hutton, Ind.; says: he had not spoken above a whis per for months, and one bottle of Fo ley's Honey and Tar restored his voice, It is used very largely by speakers and C C & J. E. Stormes. lm singers. Feed for Sale. 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 & tf. Son. Little Dick Anderson came to town a day or so ago bringing a large goose, which he said was a genuine wild one. Those who saw it agreed with him, but Dick's glee came to an end when Jack Partin came and demanded, fifty cents for ins tame goose. Faint Lick Enterprise. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting with ready sale every where. Persons who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge ment, Greasy neel, etc It is sold on a written guarantee, and money re funded if not as represented. For sale A by R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. Got Money From Tlielr Honey. Robert McFadden is a colored man who "waits table" at the Mason Ho tel. He is one of the most reliable and honest hands in town and enjoys the utmost confidence of all the people. But Bob, like the rest of the male population, is fond of taffy and likes the gals. Sunday night as he came out of the hotel he was met by a brace of dusky dam-selwho began to embrace him and beg for candy. He finally worked loose from their loving arms, and thought no more of the occurance 'til he looked to see if his savings were all right. He was horrified to find that $60 in gold had been taken. He reported the matter to Policeman Walker who arrested 'Liza Read, a denizen of the Chute. 'Liza says she didn't do it, but she will have to stand trial Just the same. Uncle Bob will look out for his wad in his next hugging bee. That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave yon, if you used Dr. King's New Life Hills. Thous ands of sufferers have proved their metchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them Only 25 cents. Money back if no cured. Sold by R.E. McRoberts Druggist. lm. for sour stomachs and indigestion." Sample bottles free at J E Stormes' It Hits The Spot. Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all When suffering from a severe cold civilized countries. and your throat and lungs feel sore, take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, Christmas Advertising. nes will be at when the sore .Wolston Dixeyin Printers' Ink. once relieved, a warm grateful feeling and heal ing of the parts Don't be afraid of beginning your Christmas advertising too early; be affected will be experienced and you Hits among the first in your town to hold will say: "It feels so good. out a welcome to gift buyers, and The Spots." Guaranteed. C C & J E lm make it a point to invite people who Stormes. "only want to look," with the assurSTONE. ance that they will not be pressed to buy. Dress your store in holiday atT L Saunders sold to J A Saunders, tire soon after Thanksgiving, and let of Hyattsville, a suckling calf at $33. your windows and your advertising reJ W Saunders sold to Dean, of mind people that Christmas is close at a suckling calf at $35. hand. T L and J W Saunders dehorned Don't give your advertising and store display to nicknacks and fancy, their calves last week. T L Saunders expensive goods, unless you deal ex- had his bunch of calves vacinated last ' clusively in such things, but devote a week. Dogs attacked Mike Simpson's sheep fair share of both to low and medium priced articles of every-dause, which one night last week and crippled two have a ready sale at this season, and of them. which somebody else will sell if you T L Saunders has some turnips that don't. were raised on his place near the river, that measure from 30 to 36 inches, Free of Charge, Any adult suffering from a cold set- As the editor boasted of his large tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat turnip last week I think these are the or lung troubles of any nature, who largest. The Falls City will be at Davis will call at J E Stormes' drug store, will be presented with a sample bot- Creek landing Sunday morning. will Neal, of Winchester, tle of Boschee German Syrup, free of fillRev. appointment at Scotts Fork his charge. Only one bottle given to one Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday person, and none to children without night. order froni parents. Miss Alice Hunter, of Sulphur Well, was the guest of her mother the latDavison Gilbert Contest. Master Anter part of last week drew Burnside, who makes his home n A press telegram says that M gressman Davison, of the Eighth Ken at O his Moberleys, spent last week with father at Stanford. .'. .Mr and tucky district, is in Washington City Mrs T L Saunders and little daughto file his final brief in the contested ter, .Peachie Mae, spent Sunday with election case of Davidson vs. Gilbert. Mr and Mrs Nute Graw, omudson... Mr hings upon but one ter, and Mrs C M Moberley and daughThis Miss Myrtle, spent Thanksgiving point, viz.: whether the act of the vwth Wm Wall and family Mrs. Kentucky Legislature in transferrin BuoR Anderson and little daughter, Elizabeth, spent Thanksgiving wich Jackson county to the Eleventh jjjgi N T Grow and family. . T trict was legal. The contestanffae- - ders spent Saturday with his L Saunbrother-in-laclares, in his brief, thatthe.act is void, John Roberts.... Mrs A D first, because it is contrary to the Con Ford attended preaching at Gunn's stitution of the State of Kentucky, Chapel Sunday, A protracted meet- ing LMCrutchbeing local and special legislation; fieldisin progress there and littls daughters, Mabel and second, because it was never passed by Lula, attended preaching at Gunn's the Legislature in the manner requir Chapel, Sunday. ed by the Constitution. Under this In lllcmorlani. head the attorneys for the contestant Death entered the home of Mr., claim that the bill was amended by Stephen Marshbank, on Nov. 13, and the Senate and passed by that body as claimed his dear daughter, Mattie. amended, and in this form was never We cannot tell why she was taken so before the House, but was sent to the young and beautiful, but the Lord nouse in its original form, without knows best, and we know not when He is coming to gather up His jewels. She the Senate amendment, and was not has gone to join loved ones above. in this shape ever passed by the Sen- Cheer up, dear father, brothers and ate. Nor was the bill passed by the sisters and be ready to say when the is called, there, House ever presentcd.to the Governor roll blessed are"I will meet you in those who die for the for his action. The contestant's at- Lord." A.Fkiend. Manse, Ky. torneys declare that the journal can The Best Salve In The World. be offered as evidence so to prove. Third,, because it is contrary to the Is Banner Salve. It is made from a apportionment act of Congress. The attorneys for the contestant are P. M. prescription by a world wide know McKoberts and John W. Yerkes, of skin specialist and is positively the LMuviue, anujrrea j. jjryan, or most healing salve for Piles, Burn, D. C. Scalds, Ulcers, Running Sores and all skin disease. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn. Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni ca Salve, the best in the world, will on Taken up by kill the pain and promptly heal it near Lancaster.John W. Millersow bis premises K v.. one red anu 4 dIks. ures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcer. The sow weighing aDout 125 pounds Jand tne 25 ponnds a niece, said sow and pigs abont Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erun p'gs nave no mar its ana nave Deeu vaiuea uy a housekeeper E. tions. Best Pile Cure on earth. Only W.$6.00WalkerOct. 28th 1&9. of Garrard County Given under my this at 25c ts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold hand ' as Judge of Garrard County this Oct. 38, 1899. by R. TL McRoberts, Druggist. , R. A. BURNSIDE, Judge G. C. lm Substitutes: Demand Meat hogs are selling in this com And do not let any druggist offer you one of those cheap syndicate cough mixtures on which he makes a big profit. munity at 4cts per lb. Miss Ella Dunn, of Brodhead attenDR. By ded the McGrath-Rou- t wedding MrsTeater, of Buena Yista, visited Prepared only by THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO.. Paducab, Ky. Mr and Mrs. N II Btfgie, last week AT McROBERTS DRUG STORE, LANCASTER, Mr Reuben Naylor who has been seriously ill for the last three months is ELECTION NOTICE. thought by his nurse, MrL F Burdett PARKER'S to be slowly improving haik BAuaam i Mr James There will be a meeting of the share holders Cleanse, and beautifies toe taaA of the Citizens National Bank on Tuesday,Jan- Promote, a lozuiiact grcTCL it Jackson met with a very painful acci- uary iceiiaoie persons or a mi'chamcal or Inventive mind Never Falls to Bestore Gray! 9th, 1900, at their banking house, to elect l'aris Exposition, with good oujf. to awasej & liairtcaip lis xouiaxui :aumg. I desiring a trip to thepaid, should write dent Monday. While assisting in kill five directors to serve the ensuing year. salary and expenses Cure, aair The PATENT llECOUD, Baltimore, aid. inghogs slipped and fell into a box of Dec.5,18'J9. B. F. Hudson, Cashier. m LlMJm matsmu .iijimiij iiu,j. 'jj.lwii scalding water. Had Mr Ben Moore not rendered immediate assistance his burns might have proven fatal Mr and Mrs T T Pollard entertained their children and grandchildren at a dinner Sunday. BELL'S PBftE-TAR-HO- Lookout for Jso. E. STOBME3. Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cashier. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HON- is $p$ &l gesd druggists. I. V. Robinson. Jn.. Ass't Cash'r. S. T. Ejicnv, r El. DIRECTORS Sam 1. D.Cochran Jos Spllman, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook. L. Davidson, Jno. E Stormes. Mil I hi mi .gwwmwr wi mrwm n n It e, K Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute ! Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. fBBl lrwflriB 1 Best Coffee for the Honey! Try LION COFFEE and you will never use any other. It is absolutely purs Coffee and nothing but Coffee. j H jjjljij Fancy Gold Ring. Hon y ! S2l i IfSflSi wd. Wft For 18 heads Genuine RubySettiaa Gold Ring. For 23 Hon beads and a C stamp. A fH HWrtl A 2ient ouiujp. 'TV Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). 3 jpjj CJ A very fine umbrella, made of union -- TO S5SnSSl IfiS plate, having the exact These rings are genuine rolled-?olarpcaranee and qualities of solid gold, and guaranteed by the makers to last two years with ordinary usage. New patterns and very popular. JlilliilJl mmTm To Determine toe Size. A) ZS inchframewithsevenribssstcelrodandsUTer Congo handle. Would cost $2.00 at the store. Dress-Pi- TTm I STRENGTH. heads and a stamp. Neat appear- ing and an exceUent r. Solid nickel-silve- r case, with PURITY AND FLAVOR I indicates. Cut a strip of thick paper o that the ends Trill exactly meet when drawn tightly around second Joint of the finger. Lay one end on this diagram at the 0. and order the number the other end n Set. lion heads and a 2 cent stamp. Three Pins in theset (larger than shown), com- posed of fine rolled- gold, with handsome r.uby-clo.r,8.et- tings Suitable for Knickerbocker" Watch. f A) Iffr r7Hjl YM&LAUIJ Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. cambric TO?ted Art Picture, " Easter Greeting .vmHH j r-- 9 Ex-Co- CaiKl Afc Sash-Be- lt S'fc" " and Buckle. wa&t-pln- ornamental back. Nickel movements. escapement fully The famous gg AGafV ffp JtJ NK hand- - SJaUW with 7V " im- - "nrckcrbocIter, VKsg Sons in i cor- the Sera Half-Inchem machine nsert Given for 8 Hon heads cut from Lion Cof- -f e e wrappers HHBMaMMMnnHBMnnaan.MMHB case-reall- y Ladies' Watch Chain. starao. ?l?shanddur: able. A pair of these handker- - VVv N JCT) vA V and a 2 cent stamp. artistic picture, that will grace the finest draw The background of royal dark-blu- e an furnishes A nighly fcJSJfg&R" Chi dren's Picture Book. I contrast to the I little girl and her white Easter lilies. Size, appropriate I .Mailed free for 15 lion head, cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a stamp. latest style of imported black Swiss gi os- grain ribbon belting: stylish imitation oxidired silver buckle; neat, strong and fashionable. fifk If" If P JL ! Y?l i8V 4M KsSlfcsai' Ladies' Large sire and ?el?bmte'Pingehr-Boll" watch ; stem- wound and stem- sef.durablenickel- plated case; each watct accompan- - ByEtSHEiyjBBV kJ L. Century 11x23 inches. Fo '.OUon heads and 2 cents ire win send It tinned ready for bangln?. flUwWIl fflmr&mM WSk Silver Napkin-Rin- g. SllSSffll ffffV ffffB aataaaVo 2ent HbbW A For 1 5 Hon heads and a slsSct v&JtM. ifi-fi ?ouransSnB JnrtrrTnt8 S'wSle y Flower Picture. so Cook-Boo- k. Pocket-Boo- k.' able metal, heavily silver-- lafiafi P! PlU" S coi.Pui ForlS fine kid leather; cham- ois lining: nickeled frame, with strong snap- fastening. a- Hon heads and tbrown. PMade oi xss ASr J napronoiavisiuag cards secure. L imWrI i ssef-S- " S,,i22 ro Coffee wrappers and a 2c. stamp. " WMMMmm ii JmWMk " gS?M for the more com-- n mon diseases. G'ven for IS lion heads and a2ent ! a atarap. 31 Ulte WG&ST For 8 Hon heads and a 2c stamp. American Beauty Roses and Size. 11x21 inches. Bright and artistic coloring. I The Dancing Lesson." I Table Cover. S?J?I!, fhnr .toV VJ TTTl flF-ZZ1 J The - Sfll . Ladies Pen-Knif- e. For IS lion heads cat from Lion Coftee wrappers and a 2c. taaap. Large size: good ma- terial; handles nicely decorated MVbMbKHmVbV flKK&HfaW .aaSSKHR&iaB AfBiaBQaawSA ni wasn-ingto- n, wfffMSlf BaFafrf y ..a LKH Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. rftaBBBBA Opener": strong, sharp "Easy including fancy fringed border. MaMei free for 23 lion heads and a 2c staaip. For 12 Ilea Beads and a 2c staao. The green grass and trees, the llttlo brown kitten and the girl's snow-whit- e dress form a pleasing combination of colors. Size.,15x21 inches, flailed fret for stamp. 8 Hea heads and a ESTRAY NOTICE. aW j ff i TUB ABOVE ARB ONLY A FEW OP THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS Another list wiH shortly appear la this paper I Don't ralas it ! The grandest list of premiums ever offered I You always knew LION COFFEE by the wrapper. It is a sealed pack age, with the lion's head la frost. It Is absolutely pare If the package is BHbroken. UON COFFEE ts roasted the day It leaves the factory. IMPORTANT NOTICE, 'Whea writing for premiums send yovr letter In the same envelope or package with the lion heads. If more than 1 5 lion heads are sent, you caa save postage by trimming dews the margin. Ask your grocer for largo ujusiraua premium iuu Aaaress- - au letters to uu hBJ ' . afr WOOLSON SPICE CO., Tolmdo, 01