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Digital page images are linked to the text file. the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Chut Matter m iiil ONE It I c t turnYEAR NUMB C 48 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSOA Y IARCH 1 tu1O DOLLAR A wwr n ttothEntered atTENTH A 11 YEAR OKMMMMCQ ANCAST6R AND VICINITyP1II u LOU 1 j eeaweoowoaw I To Our Subscribers We will take it as a personal it you will make prompt report to this oaice if you tail to receive your copy of THE RECORD each issue You pay us for it and we pay a pretty stiff price delivering it so it is justice that some one be called to books if you do not get your paper Please report any failure and probably by our with the assistance of Uncle Sam we can have the wrong righted If you fail to get the paper make a note of the issue missed and send to Camille tonight See W J line of before you b yji 7 Our stock of Venetian Cloth is Call and examine J Joseph Handsomest line of Laces eVer on display in Central Kentucky at J Josephs X Miss Dove Harris requests THE RECORD to say that the report that she was to open a millinery store is Camille ToNight An opportunity to see one of the ighestclass plays at the Opera House Camille will be presented We have placed on tables 200 pairs ladies button shoes thatsold from 150 to 400 all small sizes that we will sell from 75c to 150 Come and get a bargain Logan Robinson mules to Work I have a Tot of good strong young mules that I will let out to be worked until August 1st Apply to R Lee on the Gran Cecil farm on Salt river Boyle county marllm They say that if you want to livelong let the other fellow do the wor rying So quit worrying and go to Cones shop where prices are right and you will receive such nice atten tion that your troubles will vanish away Night lit Chinatown The weather was so cold that only a few people went to the Opera House to see the above named performance The company has some clever people and when the performance is given as it should be and not cut it must be firstclass Asit was it did not the expectations It must be a pretty hard task for an actor to do his best before empty seats e for endeavors us Romans harness elegant incorrect tonight I V fav I K t ne r 4 S j coup Old Si Plunkard New stock of fancy tissue papers for decoration at Thompsons cash or eggs The Knott cigar leads in easy drawing and fragrantsmoke We have some lovely presents or premiums tbat we give our customers Call investigate J Joseph Our line of Plaids is given up tp be the handsomest ever seen ter Call and see them and are sure to be pleased J Joseph You will see and complete line of buggies surries pheatonsaria road wagons ever brought to Lancaster W J KOJIAJNS There will be preaching at the Meth odistchurch Sunday at 11 oclock by the pastor Rev Robinson Subjectr Watchman what of the night Ep worth League service at six P ST last ing one hour Everybody invited Wanted Reliable energetic salesmen to sell Lubricating Oils on Commission with a view to permanent salaried positions as soon as ability is proven cos TIlE EUCLID OIL Co Cleveland Ohio The next attraction at the Opera House will be the well known rural farce comedy Si Plunkard as presented by J C Lewis supported by his Big ComedyCompany in his new version of the well known laughing success Si Plunkard This company is noted for carrying the finest orches tra of any company on the road Mon day March 5 Prices25 35 and 50c Stock Paper Changes Hands Mr Desha Breckinridge has pur chased the American Stock Farm the leading stock paper published in the South and will have full control of same Mr Breckinridge took charge of the Lexington Herald when that paper had been allowed to run down considerably and has made it one the best dailies in Kentucky He man wellversed on stock matters and his success with the Stock Farm is a foregone conclusion The Stock Farm is already a visitor to many homes and under the new management will find its way to many more welcome firesides All stock men should take a good pa devoted exclusively to such and we know of none better than the above named journal in l ne t rd night Ir T Currey pay highest price Procter an ar est s of ortI per matters Monday wil call handso I inLanc you the al kn Refer Garza i en A Word to the The consumer who is to own his or her supply of Spring and Summergoods at right prices this season will draw their sup plies from the source where the largest skilled and able purchasing power have succeeded in gather ing the best and largest stock of merchandise at the lowest market value We are more than pleased to announce public that we have made preparations for a large spring trade and own ofour stock at old prices You will do well to inspect our stock and learn our prices before you buy woman to her husband the other day The land lord was just here and I gave him the quarters rent and showed him the baby It would have been better re plied the husband who had been kept awake the night be fore If you had given him the baby and kept the quarters rent He hated to part with his money but you will feel just the reverse when you the bargains we have in store for you It will be the you ever undertook to limit your buying to the right proportions But you cant gd wrong either way so lets have your presence early r THE LOGAN DRI GOODS GO ed in t Iy PURCHASING PU8llCI concentratedand most to the most Saida see u Y thin t7 G r l s hardest ob r- T Si the yet are Best disc Harrow on the market lowest in price J R Haselden Corn oats and salt H B NORTHCOTT Ladies see our pretty plain and plaid taffeta silks They to delight you J Joseph A Strayed or V Red cow threefourths Jersey DR J M ACTON See our Ladies Shoes that we are closing out at less than manufacturers cost LOGAN ROBINSON Friday and Saturday March 9 10 are the days upon which the tele phone receipts will be given toward the Cemetery gate Remember this We are well stocked with the pretti est assortment of shown in Kentucky They are both handsome and JjbSEPH Rev J C Massee began a series of sermons on the book of Jude Sunday morning and will preach upon this subject at each morning service for several Sundays The usual evening services will be held Proctor Knott cigars are best SI Plunkard Having been rewritten and recon structed this season presents all new features and novelties and Mr J C Lewis has surrounded himself with a big company of comedians surpassing all his previous efforts to please his patrons and will present his new edi tion of this successful farce comedy Plunkard at the Gaward Opera House Monday night March 5th Prices 25 35 and 50c General Gordon General John B Gordon the emi nent soldier and statesman will de liver his new lecture The First Days of the Confederacy at the opera house in Danville the night of March 13th instead of the 14th as first A large audience will greet the veteran Mr Bastin man ager of the telephone system has kindly offered to donate all the of the system for March 9 and Friday and Saturday of next week the fund for erecting the Cemetery gate Every cent taken in by the on these days will be given this cause The company has pay stations at both the Garrard and Mas on hotels and all the drug stores so if you want to help in this move send your messages on those days ber Friday and Saturday March I Goebel monument Fund Mrs Geo Farris who was appointed by the state Monumental Society to takecharge of the matter in this county has appointed the following ladies to receive subscriptions and assist in the work Miss Elisa Lusk Miss Lizzie Brown Mrs T B Mrs J M Logan Mrs T C Gut ley Miss May Jenkins Mrs W Lawson Mrs W S Fish These la dies will receive contributions and see that they are properly credited and the certificates issued Each contri butor will be given a handsome certifi cate bearing the picture of Wm Goe bel Those who fail to see any ofthese parties Mrs Farris has made arrange ments with Laura Smith at Miss Sal lie Tillets millinery store to recieve same All contributions no mat ter how small will be thankfully re ceived and a certificate given each contributor This movement was gotten up by the ladies of Kentucky and is making good progress towards giving a handsome contribution ward the monument Those contem plating giving anything should come forward at once and let Garrard be among the first to report to the state organization Week The Chapman Warren company has been playing to crowded houses at the Garrard this week and fhe sale for seats for tonights performance Ca is the largest ever made at the house The ChapmanWarren peo pie are far superior to any company in this city and their repertoire of higherclass plays shows are clean and prettily staged up to the average The patrons delighted with the performances fact is evidenced by the large at while quite is among the few really talented seen In the smaller and her work is applaud frequently at each performance She is possessed withan and grace make great favorite early the and which is kept up A each performance Glen Rice and Hart are clever in their work and frequently given Messrs S E I Earl Adan s an he rest of the cpmpany exceed energy in their work A matinee will be given rternoo at2 oclock which is especial for ladies andchlldren m L H E ach For Sale a ore de- horned ands Gin aJsever announced proceeds exchange tot and 10 Robinson to All all Consists Them The actors lass and the specialties ten dance Miss Blanche Warren young towns barn throughout Misses Will p 1 leyer le qq9tU tql 1 Stolen Sc Central sty s h the gentlemanly Rem This mine are which actresses ease apman Sheppard Lee are stogie legt and Satu e r l sv son H get the for any he and The and his the best for to to hill and the It 200 pairs ladies shoes at less than cost sizes 1 to 4s Logan Robinson New stock of cut silver bridal present Wheat Wanted Highest market price paid Address C Putts Buckeye Ky Dont be deceived but at the Old Reliable House of T Currey you can the Best Goods at the lowest prices all the time A pair of steel glasses found at Opera House Monday night Own er can get same by paying forty cents this notice No smoke better than the Proctor KnotAigar See the rube band next Monday Old Si Piunkard is a member Ask for the Proctor Knott cigar Its the best smoke you get Strayed or Lost A black Poland China Sow weight about 150 lbs Will give for information JESSE WALDEN It you want to assist the good ladies in their efforts to build a handsome entrance to the Lancaster Cemetery do your telephoning on Friday and Saturday March 9 and 10 One hundred secomL hand buggies surries and all kinds of vehicles to pain and I am better prepared wt in this line than ever before Satisfaction gairanteed W J RosrXNS Warehouse Broken Mr Jas R Henry writes to say that will give 50 reward for the arrest conviction of the parties who broke into his distillery warehouse on the night of Feb 25 and took fifteen gal Ions of whisky three 5gallon kegs 1 quart copper cup and funel thieves broke two locks to gain admission Senator Farris Hero Senator George T Farris came home spent Saturday and Sunday with family He looks none the worse his chase about Frankfort with malitm and says he is still in the of spiritsand feels none the worse wear He tells TUBEECORD that he thinks the fegislature will sit out sixty days limit but he believes an extra session will be necessary to attend to important matters that were not reached this time This he thinks will be done no matter who is declared governor as it will be neccessary During the present term Senator Farris introduced a bill compel railroads to fence their lines a bill to amend the constitution so as to return to the oldfashioned vive voce way of voting and to corporations from contributing compaign funds By some hook or crook member got through a on thesame order Mr Farris has been a leader in his party conferences during all the recent troubles has plead for his party to keep cool and let law take its course He returned Frankfort Monday night The Colored School The Lancaster colored school closed last week after a most prosperous term It began in August last under the direction of Prof Jas A White principal assisted by Misses Mary V Richey and Willie B Lackey of this city Prof White tells THE RECORD that great interest was shown by the pupils throughout the entire time and much progress made Prof White is considered by thepatrons of the school as one of the best instructors they have had and his work had given great satssfactlon to both pupils and parents The attendance shows an increase over the two years previous fact is attributed to the un tiring work of Prof White and his to keep the pupils interested is gratifying to know that the col ored people are giving more attention it to the matter of education and strive to keep their children in school Du ring his stay here Prof White has attended strictly to his own business and worked for the interest of the school Five pupils passed creditable examinations for completing the com school course Theywere Lemon Owens M Amati da B Lackey Mary L Yantis and Mary A Cunningham The closing exercises were held at the Courthouse and were witnessed by large crowds a great many white people attending M Embry a lawyer of Richmond and editor of a colored paper addressed the graduates The exercises were equal to any previously held and were highly creditable without fortune or fame Who had but five cents to his nime Decided to What a nicked wouldljuy An of jJue Grass he e With hi niclceLthe purchase begins He clothes pins With the change he bought wax A tax And candy for each of the twins is rig v in for I 3 00 were reward Wanted Phaeton absolutely prohibit I whi assistants Marietta Le ve theRambler man try etq BLUE G Qa riy q 1i f T 1 J tj Jii Jl i e J c p i can glass d sterli CTho 7 8 anything Into copper since the another coN he first lwngiit a dozen candle and rr m s hay line you row day coal umn it will Son hold ter few Of on teed on you UP ing lips eye by The City Council meets next Mon night Mens Overcoats at cost LOGAN ROBINSON Red Ash Bluegem and Brift for cash cheap J C Moss 222 T Leavell now has plenty and corn on hand for The ladies with our of Silks They beauties J Joseph X Buggy and surrey lower than can get them anywhere J R Haselden Important Nttce My old accounts must be settled at once This all who are indebt G S c I am agent for the Hayworth check Corn planter for Garrard M F ROUT Marksbury Ky If you are looking for shoddy work work come into Conns He will you honest work at honest prices Town Lots fnjlryautovllle for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville particulars tf TAB HILLS Two large belonging to an Uncle Toms Cabin company escaped from the train Monday night and loaf ed about town until one of the troupe came over from Stanford and captured them Be Sure To Head It The old reliable firm A B Bro Danville have a twocol ad on page 4 Ladies should read as its interesting Feed for Sale Such as corn ear crushed corn and cob meal Baled hay cut fodder straw for making chop feed Alsoxfhe best Blue Gem and obtainable Glee part of your trade a least which be appreciated S T Leavell tf At Frankfort The contest board decided that the democratic nominees for minor offices were entitled to the plums and they have set up for business in the Capital Hotel refused to va cote the offices banks are refus ing to honor the state paper add will off until the courts decide the matter It is believed that the will be settled within the next weeks Let us Red Hot From The Gun Was the ball that hit G B Stedman Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure earth 25cts a box Cure Sold by R E McRoberts Drug gist 1m We Are Now Heady We are now in our new shop in the a Garrard Hotel and are thoroughly equiped with new furniture sharp us for a smooth shave a stylish haircut or shampoon We appreciate your trade and will endeavor to please HENRY DUNCAN tf Yore V My L e Je Dog Bro Harry McCafty of the Nicholas vilie Journal was on the war path last week over the loss of his dog The canine got mixed with the soldiers on duty there at that time and showed missing We hope our good friend has recovered his pet Somebody stole Harrys bull wishes bring it back To run big delinquents over the fence And ones through the crack Axe you sick If so investigate the merits of HERBINE It is a concen trated medicine the dose is small yet quickly produces the most gratify results digestion improves the becomes brighter and the step elastic Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes imJ Divide Kentucky Some one suggested that Kentucky be divided and parceled out to her states This lead Harry head and speak thusly Mangle her form and scatter the and Tennessee Ohuvwhose coat of arms is a pic ture of pretzels rampant and hot the Lord Himself generated from us and too to ford Illinoise men make sausage out of wives production is the Chicago Drainage they have yellow the year and and fever the other half hoop about neckand neck the market Kentucky play second fiddle to when the freight trains p Ws locomotive the procession leads the brass band and elephant no longer to be d n fh9 i h in his fl 3 and Clth sale for a horn ss meads ed to me county pass on It you are looking for honest or bulldogs Robertson o Jellico us- a the republicans mats hopeso experience cheeks lose their pallor the sister of Danville Advocate to open remnants into Ohio Indiana Illinois country whIch a mile too wide to swim er Indianaa State eri 7 0 are de1 h ed aines give the and lay als The guar and Gloran the weenie and a river a where w where votes run these R t golf 3 pen and as on 25 any is all its but J and one by set den at at of Haseldens is the place for roofing and guttering Mens heavy weight suits at cost LOGAN RoBINSON Third degree work at the 1C P lodge tomorrow Friday night A See our Ladies Shoes that cost from 150 to 400 per pair that we are clos ing out at 75 100 125 and 150 LOGAN ROBINSON Wanted PoultryA Will pay chickens and hens 3c for roosters fat docks and 30 to 40c for NH B Northcott Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at we are preparing to advertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Smirk Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work received daily Shirt waists specialty Office at R H Batsons dry goods store tf 3i Plunkard and his company of funny commedians will be in this city Monday March 5 Remember the date and secure your seats early Now sale at Stormes Drug store Prices 35 Fresh homemade bread every day Fresh cakes of every description Meals served at all hours Oysters in style Leave your orders for refreshments R ZIMMEK Jones to Rogers Whats the between Conns shop and the Moon Boggsj Well I dont know what it is Jones Why the Moon full once a month and Conn is full the time and 50c Now Is the Time To have your cistern full water We do not little water and leave your CIK tern perfectly free from dirt and trash Satisfaction guaranteed Call on T Hatcher 28lm Coming An expert cutter with a full line of ends will be with mi on Saturday March 10th from The Union Merchant Tailoring Co of Cincinnati Ohio Come and examine his goods and prices have your measure taken by an experienced tailor M D Hughes Agt A Conglomeration An Uncle Toms Cabin company down upon Cynthiana the day Jim Allen editor of the Democrat made an investigation and says The company occupied a pri vate car in which were housed ten or twelve white men two or three women sex or eight negroes five dogs bull one pony and four jackasses A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented For sale R E McRoberts Lancaster PLEASE Remember This Rule If the party sending in the obituary notice of Dear Uncle so and so will kindly make himself known to the editor and agree to see that the charges for printing are paid we will cheerfully place it in our columns We will not publish unsigned nor can get printers to up these things without paying them for their labor Gen Gordon Lecture Gen John B Gordon the Comman of the United Confederate Veterans will lecture at the opera house in Danville Tuesday night March thirteenth not on the 14th as first announced He will give his bril leant new lecture on The First Days of the Confederacy General Gordons visit to Danville on this occasion will be made an event of especial interest by the old soldiers both federal and There is no more southerner and no grander statesman orator and patriot than General Gordon Seats for this lecture Danville will be sold at seventyfive cents Court Day The extreme cold kept many from coming to court Monday and only a- very small crowd was here Those who braved the weather stood around hud died together like sheep to keep warm Trading was rather dull up town but the stock pens business was brisk considering everything There were Ye hundred cattle at the pens and most of them changed hands at from to 5 cents The demand good ones fair Butcher stuff brought was good A number on hand were sold at from 3i to 4cts The managers the pens request THE RECORD to say that in the future the charge lOt I cattle coming to yards will be 10 cents per head Straight hogs 4 cents sheep 5 ceqts They furnish sei pens all stock islooked after carefully and from wandering with other stock you NC your stuff there you know its safepl desiredts geese delinquents Danville reception of whit e communications confederate distinguished I to Pets Demand for first class hQRS a 8G j0 d I and C 8v for on S ship le difference take on ped inChief for was firs s and ut a t O N Wagon Breeching Collars Hames Trace Chains Bridles Check lines Collar Pads have a large stock And they go Harness and Saddles Cheaper J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Pric that Ilaik eVe CHEAP stateaJ R 1 Haselden A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets Embalmingt G Garrard Lodge No 29 Pythias meets every Friday ed J E ROBINSON C C B SWINEBROAD KR S Lancaster Lodge Nol04r Knights- of visiting f t RnigMsof Pythias KAM ter Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of mis lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary 0 BSWI1BROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to and LIFE INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD FIRE MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE UO OF NEW YOfc Robinson Hamilton Igts orate over post Office LANCASTER KKNTUCKT WANTED I the cash for hemp delivered at the de in Lancaster or at my home at Hiattsville B M WEST i LOCAL TABLES Mixed Passfr BeathbB FIRE AN D i will Mixed puae LaBcaaer lia0 North Jld 1128 A Masters 9 IdE lt a3rDsd 952 ill 3 t o i 10 r J 300 BUSHELS fancy Eastern Potatoes at 65c a Com 2 and get asupply They wont stay with us long We also offer the greatest One dollar of Household Necessities ever offered County Here YOU are Dont worry about how we can afford it Just come along and get one We will sell One It only costs a dollar and the regular price is One Dollar and Seventy Cents Here you are v 1 pound French Breakfast Coffee now worth 15c 1 can of Liptons Ceylon Tea worth c 1 pound of Golden Glory Starch worth 5c 1 package DeLands Cap Sheaf Baking Soda worth 5c 1 package Instantaneous Custard worth c 1 package Crystal ine Table Salt worth 5c 1 box Aunt Dinahs Blue worth 5c 1 package Gas worth 5c 1 can Frazers Axle Grease worth 10s 1 pkg I X L Gloss Starch 1 can Climax Stove Polish worth 10c 1 bottle Climax Shoe Polish worth 15c 1 bar of Wool Soap worth 5c 1 bar Black Kid Tar Soap worth 10c 1 jar Elmores Be Provident Baking Powder worth 10c 1 Package Corn Starch worth c 1 Patented Slaw Cutter and Grater combined worth 25c Yours for bargains BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO T E Smith Mgr TELEPHONE NO 83 I Bushel the of this Hundred worth5c a a- In history oooooaoooaoooosooooo000oooooaooooo000000000 Washing V ILL H OKI EVERY WEEK BY PnhMsfier LANCASTER KENTUCKY LANDRAsf0014 tt SS + YAH IN Six MonTH ri4ANCR S 1111 rONE THe P THURSDAY MARCH i The big rewardoffered by the for the apprehension and con viction of those connected with the murder of Mr Goebel will very prop erly be placed in the hands of a for such expediture as the sees proper is a wise move If it were simply leftaopen to be given to anyone proving the guilt of a party it would work great harm as with plenty of money to use it would be no trouble to pick out some man 01 men and hire enough witnesses to swear them to the scaffold or not guilty It has been often proven that money can Uiy testimony just as easily as anything else Its awful to believe but there are many men will go upon the witness stand and swear the blackest of lies for a few paltry dollars THE Louisville Time last week had a column headed The Sick List Now this is tresspassing upon the rights and previleges of we country editors and ManagingEditorBrown permits it again we will move for a court martial Only the rural are entitled to keep a sick list and the city papers will have to content themselves with prize fights and If the country editors permit this offense to pass unnoticed the city fellows will next be wanting to potatoes pumkins etc as pay for subscription Desist Bro Brown desist DURING all the recent turmoil in Kentucky one of the few who had sense enough to keep his head closed was the Hon John S Rhea now so ably representing the second district in Congress Being out of the state of course he could not know the true situation so he wisely refrained from blowing off his mouth like some others who knew absolutely nothing of the true state of case Mr Rhea is making a fine record in congress and the people of his native state arc proud of him MB Jno H Westover the and capable editor of the Wil liamstown Courier is meeting with much encouragement from the people of his district to become a candidate for congress Mr Westover is a man of brains and would make a model representative The sooner the people shove aside the professional politician and elect such men as Mr Westover the sooner the country will prosper and not be run by a set of men whose only efforts are to be reelected THE Cynthiana Democrat says The best course it seems to us for a country newspaper to persue is divide the statements of a democratic daily by two divide the statements of a daily by two add up the re suits and divide by two wait a week to get the truth of the matter then go on and expressyour true sentiments regardless of bluffers and if anybody wants to stop his paper let him be THE daily papers print under horse bill headlines what the detectives are doing each day toward capturing Goebels assassin In the first place the dectives would never let out any clew they may have and secondly any newspaper man with a thimbleful of sense would not dare fluster a capture by publishing the clews These stories are printed to sell papers and has the desired effect at Toronto where he made an address The Best Salve InThe World Is Banner Salve It is made from a prescription by a world wide known skin specialist positively the most healing salve for piles burns scalds ulcers running sores and all skin diseases Stormes 1m 0 IgOO legislature committee committee guilty roosters politics re- ceIve 4i gentlemanly republican e dazzled c reception and ls C C J E wlt r stand t x r p lot on in response toan invitation They may say all the mean things possible about the silvertongued orator but when brains are needed they all know who to call upon It would be great Joy to the smallfry orators to have this big thirteeninch gun removed so their little popcrackers could be heard Dr Leslie E Keeley the discoverer of the famous gold cure for died last week at San Francisco His has proven a wonderful blessing and will make his name im mortal The gold cure has been run down by many physiciansfor the sim pie reason that they did not know what it was or anything about it A saloon is being fitted up at Lex ington the fixtures of which are to cost 5000 This may be pleasing to the eye but whe a wants a drink it tastes just as good in a barn as in a palace It all makes drunk come so whats the difference A journal says woolen underwear hygienically speaking is not as good for allaround purposes as cotton or linen As we have had none that went allaround for so long we would make a poor witness this question A CHRISTIAN was billed for the Lexington house the other day Is it possible that the genuine article has become so scarce that when one is found he is taken around and exhibit ed They are scarce we must all Going Down 11111 People suffering from kidney diseases They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed C C J E Stormes 1m BRYANT8FILLE There is little news of interest in this section this week County court at Lancaster drew a fair size crowd from this vicinity Mon day Mr Ed Walton was here this week solicting subscriptions and printing for the Stanford Journal Your printer made an error The weanling colt sold by Mr Jeff Dunn Brought 150 instead of 50 The farmers are breaking hemp every day or part of a day the sun shines The quality and is about up to the Notwithstanding the cold weather the farmers have lost few lambs They have been quite fortunate but the little fellows required close watching Our people have about quit talking politics and are back at their work toiling away as men should and not wasting time in idle talk Talking politics dont make bread and meat Miss Bessie King is visiting friends in Burgin Mr Walter of Lexington is visiting the family of Mr Jno Ball Mrs Woods of Nicho lasville has been the guest of her brother Mr Higgins Our people are still hoping for favor able news from the proposed railroad When the time comes call on Bryants vine and you can rest assured our peo pie will do their part We are not the kind that sleep all the time hut want all A Little Known Fact That the originate in disorder of the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure is guaranteed Try it today if youre not feeling well C C J E Stormes 1m The negroes of Missippi are talking atyout raising 250000 to build cotton factories for the employment of boys and girls for their Smith Rutternut Mich T1nWiftc very best pills I ever used for Costive ness liver and bowel troubles F P Frisbie 1m The bee industry employs 300000 persons and the revenue from it is about 20000000 year Children often inherit feeble diges tive power and colic of a more or less severe character results when food is taken which is at all difficult to digest WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE acts as a general and permanent tonic Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes Im y ng I drunkenness discovery MEDICAL admit feel a gradual but steady loss of crop aye Brookli I the majority of seriOus diseases 1 ownrace B says LIttle Early a t opera t We can get S Ai Risers are L the I WILLIAM O OWSIiETf A N We Young Man Passes to Great Beyond A Sketch of Ills Life Scarcely had last issue noting his illness been printed ere the faint spark of life had left the body of liam 0 Ibis death was a great shock to the comnvmity as ev eryone had the kindliest feeling for him and those who knew him were the out ViI Owsl eYe I f S I 3 k a a s a Vv to j 1 his friends In order that many rives from a distance might be pre sent at his funeral it was not held un til Sunday at one oclock in the Christian church Notwithstanding the fact that the weather was bitter cold and a blizzard sweeping at the time the church was crowded Gowens remarks were so timely and appropriate that we reproduce them in full Several songs were sung by a choir composed of Mrs Juliet Rog ers Mrs Burnside Messrs Hemphill and Ward The remains were then placed in the Cemetery vault Elder Gowen said W O Owsley was born March 11 I860 and died Feb 23d 1900 Had he lived until the 11th of next month he would have been thirtyfour years of age He confessed Christ during brother Will Gibsons pastorate a protracted held by the greatest of our evangelists at thattime Dr the fath erinIaw of President K Linn Cave These two preachers have long since gone home to God and now are followed into the unseen by the youth who was led to Christ by their more than two decades These intervening years of Wills life have not been what they should have been and whose have been but had no severer critic than himself One thing can be said of Will and that is he was devoid of hypocrisy He was as transparent sea of glass He was frank and candid While he carried his of friendship upon his sleeve he carried faults there also Though neglectful of his Christian reckless in conduct at times a warm heart beat beneath his breast and he always had profound and rever ence for sacred things and peo pie lIe was devoted to his mother deferential and respectful and almst childlike in the of love I was with him almost every day for two weeks but at no visit ie fail to speak tenderly of her and how he to on HER ac coint Every day and night he told his mother how he loved her No boy who loves his mother thus can have a bad heart Wild reckless wayward he may be but the home coming selfcondemning spirit he is is exactly true of my friend and brother His last weeks and months had been saturated with I have never seen greater selfrenunciation deeper penitence or contrition in life He humbled himself into the very dust He would never listen moment one plea or word of apology or thing in extenuation guilt from me He said that he was a boy when he accepted Christ that he would not a million worlds like this for the joy of the remembrance that that obedience brought into his soul now There never been a day in his life that he had not was the author of all his sorrows 1 never saw a more soul for the kindly ministration of friends and my life Even in his he called each in and thanked them for their love and service his stepfather he showed the true of a son committing and commending to him mother fur his protection and his care And indeed no real father could have been more tearfully and tenderly solicitous happiness of his own dying boy than was Will years they had been the best of friends I read to him from Gods word and prayed with and for him often Af ter repeating such as Come let us reason together though your sins be white as snow though they be red like crimson be as wool God so loved the world that he his only begotten son that whosoever be in him should not perish but have everlasting life Come unto the wicked forsake his and the unrighteous man his thoughts and let him return unto the he will have mercy him and to our God for he abundantly pardon He was our transgressions he was bruised for our the chastisement of our peace was upon him and with His stripes were we healed I am come to call therighteous but Sinners to repentance is it written and thus it risefrompentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name If we say that we have no sin we deceive our selves and the truth is not In us Ifwe confess our sins he is faithful and just to forgive our sins and to cleanse us all unrighteousness He that sins shall notper but whoso confesseth and forsak said Oh brother Gowen Lhave been so ungrateful Yes I aid is able to save them to the termost unto by Him seeing he ever liveth to make sion for them He said now turn rind read the prodigal son to me and turned and that blessed parable that has touched so sinners hearts said that poor boy had been a son esteemed and in the Fathers house but he wandered off ing and reached such depth spirit j la out ces llv E herein me ministry Owsle as- a heart for a condemned weakness Toward a ladenor us fr pros Chadthatcome and wasted his In of ftJr re a a bell betas God inter many and I ritous 1 id d is butt woi sno the but his led me for ry the spo the so He ry at be to js ly C ual famine that he began to be in want and his wants made him think of the old home He came to and then came back to the and the father saw him while he a great way off and had on him and ran and fell on his neck and kissed him and there was no second best for that poor boy that was lost and found that was dead and now alive again I said the father did not see the rags on his back the dear son in his heart the image marred by sin but the freely forgave and restored him to the joys of salvation And when Ithus read and spoken and prayed Will quoted a part of the first stanza of that sweet old hymn Just as I am without one plea But that thvblood was me And that thou btddest me come to thee O Lamb of God I come I cornel Just as I am and waiting not To rid my soul one blot To thee whose blood can cleans each spot O Iamb of God I cornel Just as I am wretched blind Sight riches healing of the mInd all I need I find O Lamb of God I come I come I relieve Because promise I Believe O Lamb of I come I come I and he did find joy in believing and from that moment the end itwas one undoubting note of victory He that I come and administer to him the Lords sup per if he should live until Sunday He rejoiced to see that was glad There with him 1 broke the partook of the cup believing that never of it again aboveHeLords day to dawn that he might par take of the once more andsought my counsel about whom he invite to administer itshould by any chance be called But poor tired soul he did not on earth to see this day and partake of emblems of dying love much to sit at the feet of His Master in the uncloud was conscious until the last and last words were words of prayer and praise With his poor parched thatbroughtLet not your heart be troub ye believe in God believe also in In my Fathers house are many mansions If it were not so I would have told you I go to prepare a place and with these lie fell asleep And what is the import of this sto the lesson of this sketch Thatyoung may drift away from Fathers house and forget their vows to Christ God If those mute lips could would re buke a thousand times such a tion as that soul is honest in presence of the judgment and he to me and about his and how futile how absolutely valueless are the worldly ways and ambitions when one caller upon to walk through the valley of shadow spoke of two of nis special friends with whom he wanted much to that he might warn them rather than that should be encouraged to continue in sin But lesson is of Christs unspeakable love which should constrain us to surrender sin and give him our strength our health our vigor and wealth and riches of our manhood who is a in time of trouble deserves ve best we can give him Then on the other hand who be grudges the sweet and calm that were his at the closing of his life Ah where is the so hard that would pluck from that fond mother the hope that is worth to her more than heaped up jewels of the world sides I shall believe that it was a special Providence that brought from a meeting in a state the was praying and ing for my return And shall always thankful that I could him and be of some comfort and vice to him while his feet were downward into the chilly more than glad to him in the hands of his Father and mine he who knows the secrets of all hearts Who can guage the weight of every burden measure the strength of temptation to which poor mortals are and Who dooth all things well Theres a wideness In Gods mercy Which is more than liberty There is with the Savior There Is healing in his blood For the love of God Is broader Than the measures of mans mind And the heart of the Eternal Is most wonderfully kind if love were but more simple We take hi in at his word And our lives would be all sunshine In the swcetri ss of the Lord Doe It to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular Yes if possible if notposslble for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries cess in severe throat and lung troubles Bpschees German Syrup It not on heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectpra tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Reccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale be C Jj E Stormes According to figures furnished by the Department of Agriculture the average the horses exported from country duringthe five years from 1894 to 1898 inclusive was 3558 966 The actual value 1894 was 1 108995 in 95 2209298 In 96 3 530703 in 97 4769265 in 98 6 176569 average as above We have many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Remedy in our home We keep open all the time and to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy and as a have to send away for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Cough Remedy fails to cure It is certainly a medicine of great merjt and worth D S MEABK LE General and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by R EMcRoberts druggist Im himself father compassion father had receiveWIlt unconquered grateful regrets talk allthe serI lug lam U seaTheres sinnerAnd our would climate withsuc value of in saved whenever any my family or myself begin resultwe never Chambe- rlaIns never M rchant was tv atv life j to teat Pay this battle bf r J I 4- W nth fay es our bee men ji gg jic g W gj IE gg le Jzi gg re m SE g i m gj n tg kg W Jri m 1C re u ftI t i G g 3 Ira IS aIll Small is Near Us Better Vaccinate We have Fresh Points and Tubes McRoberts Drug Store NOT CERTAIN THAT THE BOERS Are On The Run But the people of Garrard County are making vigorous efforts to get first pick at the closingout sale of our Winter Stock Globe Clothing House MILLER HIRSH Successors to J L Frohman Co KENTUCKY lHluLlUUuI FOR 30 DAYS Stock Reducing is a feature of this sale and everything in the stock wilx feel its force especially heavy goods such as OVERCOATS Ladies Wraps c Meat Lard Feathers Eggs and Poultry wanted highest prices A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE pox SALE 1 CnMF RTS BLANKETS 1 at r I I 1 J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I s DANVILLE ElI 0 3y SPEcIAL I i 1j I a z p WE HAVE IT c PILE CURE i A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES FBALLAHDSHiPnprirtir 310 lid Maim Strwt ST LOUIS STORMEJS INTERNAL ill DRUGSTORE I d When you need something GOOD somethingFEESH and useTEMPTING to look all over town just call to see US we have it We keep the most complete of GROCERIES n LancasterOur High Class Goods Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment FULLER SAMPSON J 0 c u assortment 1 j If Those Owing Me They will confer a great I must have what is due me This means ALL indebted to me D TIL1CT ORGANIZED 1888 Will Call and Settle favor SALLIE f i 1 ITIZENS NATIONAL OF LANCASTER FT Bill Eii J Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed K HIGQINBOTHAM Piesldcn- Lxwia Y LKAVKLL TiceFrealdent 8 F EUDSOH Cashier w o RIOKKT Assistant WALKXR Boofcfceepei DIRECTORS JMHlSSIMBOTHAK LCT7IS Y LSAVIU B F HUDSON J JWAIKXP R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Represent Folloiioj Conpies Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercnautile Aetna Life MM lartfoitCofl Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster Friday March 23 1900 One day only returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted SFRXXTC 1900 Trees Plants Vines Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden The largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamen tal trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus Rhubarb and goods ordinarily grown in such an establishment General Nursery and Strawberry to be had on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat structing the exhausted is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea SickHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand Prepared by E C 4Co Chicago F P Frisbie You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUMCHMC TICKET VM mC NASfcvtUK M Ml SCCUMB The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of The Minimum of Rates Rates Time other l fer tk will be cheerfully fiunlshed by Jii5iVitirC P ATMORE fOrby rooMvnxeK Cash R D T XARNOLD aidsNatureor- gans DeWItt If F COmfort udall ion s f 1tR f t foul into A S a t Y t STATIONERY We LEA 5 Never hasthere been such an assortment displayed here at these remarkably low prices We have all the new shades and shapes from lOc to 100 per box Come and look our stock over we feel confident that you will be more than pleased New Hotel Bldg The New and UpToDate Drug Store P F FRISBIE m GgfiI9 XA U V c t1 f I11i fo rt i 1 Jb I S SI l a- aIn I nir IA A I p Lan caster Ky CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MARCH i people Miss Sallie Elkin is at home from Cincinnati Art School Judge J C Hemphill has returned from a visit to New Orleans Mr Sam Joseph the clever tourist was here this week Miss Eva Grant of Danville has been visiting relatives in this city James Beazley and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty girl baby Col Dan Collier is at home from Frankfort on account of a severe cold John Sam Owsley attended the fu neral of his cousin Will Owsley Sun dayMesdames J E Stormes and Banks Hudson are in Lexington visiting rel ativesMiss Margaret Dooley has gone to Lexington and Cincinnati to visit rel ativesMiss Ella May Saunders is the guest of Miss Rella Arnold on Danville Miss Susie Yantis of Mt Sterling is visiting iclatives in this city and vicinityMr Clinton Tucker Grubbs of Shelby City visited friends here last week Mrs William Hughes is visiting her mother Mrs Nancy Marksbury at PerryvilleMrs Beazley has been visiting her sister Mrs Moses Collier at the Mason Hotel Misses Lizzie Brown and Maud were entertained by Miss Lula An derson the past week Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned a visit to her sister M iss Hallie Ripe near Marksbury Senator Geo Farris visited his fam ily a few days this week returning to Frankfort Monday night Ed Walton of the Stanford Journal in Monday and remained to the show that night Mrs Tom Adams Bryantsville spent several week with her friend Miss Jennie Burnside Our good old friend T J Hatcher is much improved in health and is back at his shoe shop pegging away Miss Maud Miller who has been Miss Lizzie Brown left Tuesday to visit relatives in Greensburg Ind Mass Mattie Thompson will enter tain the Social and Industrial Club next Tuesday afternoon at half past oclock Mrs Banks Hudson entertained a of friends at a musical Friday evening in honor of her sister Miss Kennedy of Lexington Miss Lillie Noel will leavenext week for the eastern markets to buy her stock of spring millinery Miss Lula Graham will be with her again this season much the gratification of their many friends and patrons Morris Shumate of Danuille died yesterday morning and will be buried in that city today at two oclock He a brother of Miss Jaynie Shumate r 1 Lau OOOO DO 0 a ain Street l from was town days last number waS 190o- opooooo00000000oooooaoaooo OO aooooo000 commercial p j Miller over visiting two 4 of the Graded School and a nephew of Mr J M Higginbotham of this city Joe F Waters of the Lincoln Dem oerat was here Monday in the interest of his paper and made THE RECORD force a call Joe is always in a good humor with somthing pleasant to say the kind one likes to have aroundA social life is good for one As time goes on and the old friends have gone to their promotion it is well to keep up ones interest in the world of today bycultivating friendly relations with those about us March Ladies Home Journal Mrs W O Bradley was called to Somerset Saturday by the serious ill ness of her sisterinlaw Mrs T Z Morrow Mrs Morrow died Sunday the funeral taking place at Somerset Monday She was a sister of Governor Bradley and an estimable lady belov ed by all who knew her The Two Republics published at Mexico City says George R Hackley who has for several years been agent of the Mexican Inter national Southern Pacific Company and Morgan steamship lines in this city has been promoted to theposition of general agent traffic department of these companies effective at once Miss Bessie eldest daughter of Mr Joe Burnside of this county and Mr George McRoberts of Stanford will be married at the Presbyterian church in this city Thursday the 14th The attendants will be Misses Letitia Brown Mattie Elkin Jennie Burn side apd Pearl Burnside Messrs Thos Shanks Jack Route Robt Salter and John Mount A man named E Presson of Pres sonville Kans wrote a letter the other day saying the opinion of every body in his who has used Foleys Honey and Tar is that it is the very best medicine for la grippe colds coughs etc C C J E Stoames 1m She never talked nor thought of God Nor bowed her head in prayer But In her home she spent her time In worldly pleasures there She lived a sort of dreamy life There are a thousand sich Who think they own the earth because Their daddies all are rich Lingering LaGiippe Cough G Vacher 157 Osgood St Chicago says My wife had a very severe case of lagrippe and it left her with a very bad cough She tried a bottle of Fo leys Honey and Tar and it gave relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Price 25c and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Last month the British army agents at New Orleans closed a contract with some large firms of mule buyers for 2 500 head of mules to be delivered to the army agents as fast as possible The mules will come from Texas and Missouri markets and are of course intended for the British army in South Africa The same agents are also purchasing large numbers of cavalry horses My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was attended by two physicians who at last pronounced her case hopeless She procured one 25cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and five doses gave her permanent relief I take recommending it as the best on the market MRS F E WATSON Aiken Ala Sold by RE McRoberts 1m comet commercial pleasure- in town 4 immediate S a Kansas Druggist AGAIN TO THE FRONT ME THE NOEL SISTERS Aclmowleged by all to be THE LEADING MILLINERS t- We thank our customers for their liberal patronage during the past year and kindly ask them for continuance of same We ex pect this season to give BETTER VALUES AND LOWER PRICES than ever before for we will have the largest and best selected stock of Millinery ever shown in this market Miss Lula Graham will be with us again this season 1 i o Qoooc 00j r 4 R I v 00O00000O0 c Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is DrKings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength listlessnes into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in build ing up the health Only 25c per box Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m MARKSBURY F H Bogie our enterprising mer chant sold 114 worth of furs last weekC Robinson bought of Cye Daley 1 hog at 400 per hundred also a lot of hemp seed from M G Aldridge at 235 per bushel sold to M L Ald ridge 40 sheep at 525 per head and a sow for 10 and to Win Lawson a lot of hogs at 4cts per lb Madam Rumor reports a wedding in this vicinity this week The parties are one of our most prom inent widowers and a lady of Nicholas ville Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children Ie is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyr Mr Alex West and Miss Elizabeth Simpson visited friends and relatives in Speedville Madison county last week We are glad to note that Miss Lula Simpson who has been suffering with muscular rheumatism is much better Mr Virgie Baughman of Richmond visited his aunt Mrs T Arnold last week Freddie Sutton junior is quite ill with pneumonia at this writing Mr Ed Walton of the Interior Journal is canvassing this neighborhood for subscribers to his paper Dr and Mrs Burdette are at the bedside of their mother Mrs T M Arnold who remains quite ill Tuesday morning Mrs C A Robinson slipped and fell striking her head against a rock which caused her much pain We hope it will result in nothing serious Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the pub lic to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless Asthma Bronchitis HoSrse ness and all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50 and 1 Fvery bottle guaran teed or price refunded 1m MT HEBRON Mr Samuel Duncan sold a cow and calf to Lewis Murphy price 45 W D Scott sold his hemp seed crop to J B Bourne at 250 per bushel Mr Allen Sherrow bought a part of Gilbert Turners farm for fifty dollars per acre Rev Bruce of Danville delivered two sermons at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss May Scott spent last week with her grandmother Mrs W D Scott Mrs Addie Johnson and children- of Bridge are the guests of Mrs Sarah Duncan Mr Wm Gammons wife and child are visiting GABruce and family quetlon Answered Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the world Your mothers and never thought of using any thing else indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested fdod regulate the of the liver stimulate the and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there nothing the matter with you C A Robinson contracting I cases 1 action nervous Forsale C J E StQrmesI s proprietors bottles absolutely civilized grandmothers for is serious bYC Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liver and kid ney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nerv ousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite that anything I could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at R E McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 1m PREACHERSYILLE Ollie Naylor sold a horse to Nathan Cress for 50 J P Rogers sold a horse to Nick Tankersley for 30 Lawson Fox bought several hogs here last week at about 4c James H Thompson bought about 60 hogs in Pulaski county this week for about 3lc Dave Colson has sold his farm at Bee Lick and rented a part of the Sar gent farm and moved to it For all pulmonary troubles COUS SENS HONEY OF TAR taken in the early stages proves a certain and sure specific It is equally effective in croup and whooping cough and if used in season prevents the further development of consumption Price 25 and 50 cents C 1m Dave Thompson who was bitten by A dog some time ago and fears the dog was a mad dog has gone to New York City for treatment Drue Siler who has been to has returned home JJThomp son is having a very severe spell of heart trouble He is being waited on by Dr Kinnaird Born to the wife of J C King a ten pound girl Joe Grimes of Elizabethtown was visit ing his brother W P Grimes last week J L McCarley and Samuel Anderson were here last week on A R De Flunt editor of the Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side He says My right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to receive re lief almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never fails For sale by RE Me Roberts Druggist Good timothy hay cut early and well cured is the best hay for horses It is heavier than that of other grasses and contains a large quantity of matter in small bulk If left until very it becomes hard woody and unpalatable REP CIRCLE PILL SPACE JUST LIKE SANDBAGGING Is the effect of appoplexy Itis a hemorrhage of the brain most often due to a congested liver The Red Circle Pills unstop the liver and relieve the congestion WHEN TAKEN 8TDDENLYIII Send for the doctor When you have been ill for a long time take Red Circle Pills Its generally the thats wrong Theyll make it right and will do the rest YOU ARE SWALLOWING A GNAT And straining at a camel you take iron for bad health Stomach cannot digest plain food It certainly cannot digest iron Take something to arouse the liver It will make its own iron the kind the blood requires The Red Circle Pill is the best of all liver remedies BEER IS AHEALTHY BEVERAGE If you dont drink too much of it When you do drink too much of it you can take the swelling out of your head A TON OF GOLD Is small compensation fyr a mans health than a drachm of it will pay for the in a few boxes of iEedCircle Pills W Gardner CJEStormes Oklahoma business with a Red L Journal nutritive ripe liver nature when Circle Pill health Perfect Teeth Are the result of a perfect physical system Our knowledge of the conditions which produce good teeth enables us to put your teeth in the best condi tion We treat the nerves and muscles and advise you how to care for your health with a view to giving you perfect teeth We do careful gentle work Last ing in its results and moderate in the cost Teeth Extracted 25 cents Finest Alloy Fills 75 cents Fine Gold Fills 150 A good Set of Teeth 500 All other work at reasonable prices Write for or call on DR HOBSON for information floor next door to Government Bldg in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Found at Marcellus On the first evening of January 1000 the best Harrow on the market for 1200 Ask 0 T Wallace Joel Walk er George B Robinson J S Johnson T Y Hudson C M Jenkins Nixon F B Kemper M F Rout Garrett Wood Clate Arnold L C Elder I M Dunn James Hills Eugene E Adams James Spillman William Lawson or any other 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PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY and Sail Texas and Southwestern Points easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Snrevepprtxover the Oaeet and Crescent CNlV OF CARS SArI FPNGlsfb 4 Cars EO n W CNCHAtZGE CINfI11MRI TO noire Orleans Bos1on aeso are We o a From Cincinnati and the North 8g Miles Shorter than Other Line Cincinnati to New ScheduleSOnlyAntonio etc THE BUT UNE TO CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM NEW ORLEANS W THE QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE s rrh ttawt an s ff r r rI a ijRYGffOj SPRING Dress Goods are now receiving by every train new ReadyMade Dress Goods Silks Wash Goods and all the numerous which compose a modern Dry Goods Stock Each and every item has been bought as cheap as cash can buy them and you can be sure that now as in the past our prices will be the lowest Prosperity is here in every branch of industry We our share and have bought the largest Spring Stock we have ever had Come and see us as soon and as often as you can Tailor Suits We are now showing about 50 different styles bailor made suits ranging in price from to 3000 Every one is made by men tailors in very best manner and will hold their shape We call special attention to our of black suits They will be very popular for all ages this eason Dress Goods About forty new pieces of plain and fancy black Dress Goods from 35C to 400 yd New dress cloths is pastel colors from 125 to 200 Then novelty dress fabrics in all the new col from 200 to 400 yd All kinds of Dress Goods for suits and separate skirts Silks Handsome line of new printed foulards at 75C 850 100 and 125 in exclusive designs All the new shades in best quality of Taffeta at old prices 850 yd Black Taffeta from 500 to 150 yd Fancy colored corded wash silks at 5oc every of Chiffon and Mouseline Silk mouseline with embroidere d dot all colors 5oc yd New hemstitch and plisee taffetas in all colors at 100 yd Trimmings All overacts Appliques etc with bands to match will be the craze Weareshowingthe largest line that will be in Central Ky Every price from 75c to 500 yd Every kind of lace spangle nets and bands and all other novelties as they come out Wash Goods Over 500 pieces new Wash Goods Penangs Ginghams Mad ras Chevots Linins Swisses etc both foreion and Domestic as cheap as you want and up to 200 yd Every kind of trim mings to match White Goods Every kind of white dress goods that is used thick or thin India Linens Batiste French Nainsook French Lawn Organ die Pique etc etc More than 500 pieces of embroidery La ces in endless variety See our Torchon Smyrna and Cluny Laces from i to 4 inch wide at sc yd embroideries Buffings Tuckings etc from cheapest to finest r J 1t Ianville Y C Dresses articles 900 line rings c andribbon Allover t Ky K a o- We expe coil AlloverL an illYc eF t s r p a C of F lii W B Jarvis has a blooded cow that is a good milker fresh and also a fine bull calf by her side for sale When children have earache satura te a piece of cotton with SNOWY LINIMENT and place it in the ear It will stop the plain quickly Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The great trotting Sunol was sold at auction to J H Sholtz of York for 4000 She cost the late Robert Bonner 41000 The Bonner consignment of 50 head brought 32 415 Seed Corn For Sale Apply to T Currey Lancaster Ky 2t W B Jarvis sold a pair of mules Monday for 185 Jarvis sold a cowand calf Monday for 55 to Sam Yantis Rice Benge sold to Fred Koehler a pair of iCJ hand geldings eight years old for 113 Very little loss of lambs has been reported notwithstanding the cold weather The farmers have been fortunate with them Rev W E Sitzer W Caton N Y writes I had dyspepsia over twenty years and tried doctors and medicines without benefit I was persuaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it me from the start I believed it to be a panacea for all forms of It digests what you eat F Frisbie 1m Here is a trick which an exchange reports Look out for the man who carries some few samples of goods for for mens suits which he claims to sell for 10 and are worth 40 He takes a mans measure who pays 2 down as an evidence of good faith He represents that the goods are to delivered in a week when the is to be paid The smart agent pockets the forfeit and that is the last of either the agent 2 or suit of clothes To secure the orginal witch hazel salve ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve well known as a certain cure for piles and skin diseases Beware of wothless counterfeits They are dangerous F P Frisbie 1m The Stanford Journal says W P Grimes is feeding 110 young cattle on crushed corn and cotton seed meal with fine success He also feeds his milk cows cotton seed meal and there has been a decided improvement in them since he commenced They give more and richer milk The meal costs little over a cent a pound and should not be fed too lavishly on the start No one knows tHe unbearable tor ture one undergoes from piles unless they are so afflicted TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is a quick safe and painless cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C J E Stormes 1m Jessamine Journal R through G W Lyne real estate agent his farm of 175 acres two miles south icholasville on Danville pike to T Walker of East Hickman for 15 300 cash possession given March 1 Eugene J Hall the poet and pub says that one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar restored his voice when hoarseness the to prevent his lecture at Central Music Hall Chicago C C J E Stormes lm The Louisville Home Journal says mule dealers and breeders are feeling quite comfortable over the trade in this class of stock The which has existed for in prices of this stock has many breeders to go out of the bus iness and many dealers to quit busi ness Consequently the supply mules in the United States is lower than for many years The demand by England for mules for use in the South African war has been quite heavy and stimulated prices considerably This caused a desire among dealers to stock up again which added to the demand and the resulting improved prices caused holders to stiffen up still more on Press state that English agents bought last week in St Louis and Kansas City 1500 mules Jt is said that in many ti ns the price of small mules has ad vanced 25 or 30 per cent It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of a doctor An Albany N T dairyman called at a there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough remedy which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the was much better The drug gist Mr Otto Scholz says the family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their peighbors and friends until he has a constant for it from that part of the country For sale by E E McRob erts Druggist 1m WALLACETONDelayed Mrs Mollie Byrd who has been quite sick for several weeks is able to up again Boian Bros did not fire up their mill last Saturday on account of a of snow apd ice and a lack of fuel E B Wallaee will soon move bsmill to a point about two southeastrof where he hag BALLARDS New W B indigestion fortremain- der H a ened situation depression caused of their holdings dispatch s child demand surplus n 2t Ai S unusually helped 8 Insko sold her sometime probably sec drugstore saw miles t rv old ry I about months work after which lie will move to a very large boundary of excellent timber he has bought near 3Jallory Springs in Madison county John H Mitchell has his new house almost completed and will soon move to it We have not yet heard who is to be his housekeeper and to the belief that he has struck on this plan to aid him in securing ner t Notwithstanding the intensely cold and disagreeable weather last Satrtr day the sale of the property of Mr John Mitchell deed was attended by a fair crowd and horses hogs and cows broughtfair prices One 2year mule sold for 51 More papers are now coming to Wal laceton each week than as any time since the establishing of a Post Office hire Quite a number of our are taking from three to a half dozen weeklies and several are also taking a daily Mr Henry Bodkins who recently moved into our community has the job of carrying the mail be tween here and Paint Lick beginning first o fJuly next Mr A J Wil son our present carrier also put bid but was underbidden Mr has served with an admirable promptness regardless of unfavorable Couldnt help getting a cold never cures it but carrying home a bottle of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR and using it as directed will cure the worst kind of cough or cold Price25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m woather and friends are sor he lost his job but on the other hand Mr Bodkins too has had in serving Uncle Sam having been mail carrier heretofore for eight years Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural of the bowels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts lyr STONE Born to the wife of O J Hardin a girl baby J Duncan has been taking orders for a New York firm to enlarge pho tosFarmers are getting impatient with t are apart citizens secured time ina Wilson his many experience looseness two Inclined S SashBelt and Buckle The greatest care should be given to littlcJ sore or scratch which shows no disposition to heal under JIT treatment one can tell how soon these HO will develop into Cancer of the worst So many people die from Cancer simply cause they not what the is they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors dangerousoperationthereturns even more violent and destructive thanr other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it The cure must come from last vestige of poison must be eradicated eye gradually ing larger from which shooting pains at ran in lirections I became greatly alarmed and consulted good doctor who pronounced it Cancer and advised that it be out out but this I could not con sent to I read in local paper of a cure effected by S S S and decided to try it acted like a charm the j off and now only a healthy little scar remains where V threatened to destroy once held full Positively the cure Cancer is Swifts Specific S S S FOR THE BLOOD because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of the disease and out of the system A surgical operation does not reach the blood the real seat of the the blood can Contagious books on Cancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by 6 ft Specific Company Atlanta Georgia l A SMAll SPOT MAy BE CANCER MOST VIOLENT CASES APPEARED FIRST type b MERE PIMPLESI before Cancer is a deadly poison in the blood an operation plaster or withinthe Alittlei Lancer at first irritated and then very freely TIns gradually grew less then dlscon Ir alto ether a scab whIch won drop i diseasebecause placeSBlood Ulcers Sores or other form of blood disease Valuable HAVE ordinary e and p vr nbecoming and wed Poison the weather it remains so bad they cant do any farm work Mrs Joe Ray and Miss Lula Simp son of Buckeye were the guests of the latters grandmother Mrs Geo Anderson one day last week Mrs Austin of near Lancaster is visiting her mother Mrs Sallie Evans while there her nine months old baby took pneumonia and died Friday evening We extend our sympathy to the grief stricken parents While out of the room last Friday the little child of Mr and Mrs John Duncan caught fire and Durned to death The mother heard the screams of the child and went to its assistance but it was burned so bad it lived only a few hours Both of these little children were the grand children of Mr and Mrs Lemon Evans They Alice were buried at the old home place the bereaved parents have the of the community for the loss of their little ones but their loss is the little ones gain Mrs Mary Mont gomery of Mt Hebron attended the burial of her sisters children last week Mrs Calvin Zimmerman Mielsburg Pa says As a speedy cure for coughs croup 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