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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tnltul ttorat the Post Office in Lancaster K1I as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRA I Publisher LANCASTER KY AFT NOON APRIL 19 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR r he A- NC BCiL- LL4lNTI LE11I Entered rIIUIISlJ t1Y r j I Our Line Of Dress Goods And Wash Fabrics Is unsurpassed in beauty and quality The pretty and exquisite color ings have not been equaled by any previous showing and the prices is very rea sonable designs SEE THAT THIS rteeslti- Illlh l TRADE MARK IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE 1 Art Jn Shoemaking Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are of the best makes and upto date styles Ask to see our Queen Qual ity and Princes Perfection Shoes We are showing complete line of Mens and Boys cloth in We can please a custo mer in Style Fit and Prices Elegance ami Strength are hapily combined our of Boys Shoes This shoe satisfies the fastid taste of the man of leis ure and fills all ments of the We believe there is no better shoe made at the price we ofier them The Logan Dry Goods Co 6 a 0 Mens and pious ref workman in- line a 4 AND VICINITyreeeooo ooacooeooOewoooeexweeoeeeeooeooooeoowooooooee ewooeooooo Gi I E Horse show Monday Circus tomorrow Friday Visit Joe Ifiklass shaving parlor Seed corn on the ear Banks son 419 Big circus in town tomorrow and to morrow night Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Two Married Men will appear at the Opera House next Tuesday night Visit the old reliable shop Henry Duncans when you want stylish work Red Ash Bluegem and BrillK coal for cash cheap J C Moss 22 Xew stuck of strings for guitars violins banjos mandolins etc at J Thompsons Horse Wanted A gentle safe family horse J S Robinson If you want a nice fitting suit made to measure leave your order with LOGAN ROBINSON I am agent for the Hayworth check row Corn planter for Garrard M F ROUT Marksbury Ky Ice Ice I have at my old stand and pond ice at reduced prices 020 T S ELKIN Grass for Rent I have 130 acres of grass well wa tered to rent for balance of year 42G II SINGLETON Dont fail to see the little ponies and baby elephant with Sparks ring shows at Lancaster Friday afternoon and night April 20 Dont be deceived but at the Old Reliable House of T Currey you can jet the Best the lowest prices all the time Sparks Rail Road Shows exhibit on Dr Herrings lot tomorrow Friday street parade in the morning and free balloon ascension at one oclock Just received a car load Granulated Sugar and Vogel Msnlc leaf lard bought before rise are giving special prices by the can or barrel GAIXES BALL Notice To Mcmliers All members of the local Christian church are urged to be present next Sunday morning regular meeting hour Business of greatest importance to be attended to Young man why will you take your best girl out riding in an old rattling steeltire buggy where you have to talk loud enough to be heard in the next county when you can get a new rubbertire and gentle horse from Mason Hamilton Ileutli At KryaiitsvIJIe Mrs Pauline Smith died at villc yesterday The remains will be interred at the Fork church at 3 this af tcrnooon She was a widelyknown and prominently con nectcd lady A more extended notice will be given in next issue Another Jills Harry Giovanolli of the Danville Advocate has sent forth another eJict He opens his head and editorial writer in the Courier Journal takes it for granted that the extension of the Southern Railway from Burgin to Jellico will be made The proposed line is only 115 miles long and in addition to forming an important link between airline points would penetrate a rich mineral and timber country Danville must be on this line Those who miss Two Married Men at the opera house next Tuesday night the 24th will miss a good laugh for there is no play on the road today that is quite so funny as Two Mar ried Men If you have got the blues and want to get rid of them go and see Two Tarried Men There are many specialties and the action of the is fast and furious so that before one realizes it the evening is the curtain is down and you laugh on your way home and keep on laughing until you go to sleep A Good Troupe The McNavin etfmedyCo has been at the Opera House all this week playing to good houses The troupe is composed of good people and the bills have been quite enjoyable Clever specialties are introduced between the acts and are quite a feature company plays all week and will matinee Saturday afternoon ager McXavin has had many years experience in the business and knows how to put on firstclass show mem of mention and we are sorry that lath of space prevents a more lengthy notice of their good work C its ks lean I tf county manufactured Goods t- An always that member especial d It flu C Ices bone at trill o Stand the C Brya clock spec y over In trd The g I of a w if Two Married seen at Opera House next Tuesday night Headquarters for fine merchant Tailoring Logan Robinson oats and H JjkJNonTHCOTT Call and see our pretty Carpets and Mattings Prices very low R L Jennings Co Bring us your produce and get the highest market price Blue Grass Co Latest styles in gents and ladies footwear Look at our window LOGAN ROBINSON County Court Monday Matinee Saturday afternoon Alllinen handkerchiefs at Joseph Get Haselden repair your metal Buckwheat flour and pure maple syrup at Blue Grass Grocery Co In kid gloves we lead them J JOSEPH j Some strictly new cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 419 Our not A 1vanc I We sell you any kind of Buggy Stir rey Phaeton or Roadwagon at old prices W J Romans A big lot of beautiful samples of wall paper all and examine before buying elsb here Latest styles Tom Vherltt I have firstclass in every department in the and am turning out the best work ever done in All work guaranteed V J a specialty All dis orders of the foot corrected of corns contracted cracks c free to regular customers J B CONN See our wash goods Mercerized Fou lards in prctttv patterns Stripe and check Batiste for dresses and shirt waists Zephyr Ginghams New Fig ured Dotted Swiss Mousseline and many others which ou should call and inspect J Joseph Noted Iticc Ilorse Jeff Dunn will noted nice horse Terra Cotta on the streets of Lancaster Monday While on the track he was one of the most nent horses in the United States He will attract much attention Sam Jones at Danville Sam Junes says The Populists are good people They may go to heaven some day but they will never go to Washington When Mr Jones in Danville Monday night April 30th he will have something to say about Kentucky politics and watch out for him on that subject He will take for his text Shams and the Genuine one of his best lectures Reserved seats will be sold at the us cal price of cents and will go on sale at Curreys Wednesday next week Two Married Men of the greatest successes on the road last season was Two Married Men which is booked to appear Garrard Opera House next Tues day night the 24 It has been called by the dramatic critics of the larger cities the best farce that was ever written and so Two Married Men will probably be the best that will be provided by the local management this winter It is filled with specialties by high salaried artists and to miss Two Married Men is to miss the best laugh of season Prices 25 35 and 50cts cure seas at Stormes store No Advance in Our Price The stiff advance in price of papen and in fact of every material used in printing office has caused many pa to raise their price of subscrip tion There is little profit in sending out a at a dollar a year even material is selling at regular rates but we adopted the price and propose to stick to it But we will have to ask that the price be paid in advance as is the universal rule all over the country THE REC OUD has a list of the best people and has no fears whatever of not receiving every cent owing but when the mar gin is so and material so high we would be very much obliged those whose labels do not read 01 will lend us a hand by paying up If lie have the cash get a big dis count on bills but if we havent cash we can not get a pleasant look from the the rough aud rugged di at IOVVV v Ii1 u I roofs ail 1 Grocery So Price I lea wur men cars e utc Iii es and Lauca t r Rum IS Horse shoeing Treatment he i sand G I lectures seventyfive d- One entertainment SeC paper I I the bye I I C For Sale Corn sal lave 5 Mrs an t J have tlie pro ersP hen close the road ffor the t the He leo the ed list ij he I octor Knott cigars are best Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Seed corn on the car Banks Iud 419 See Ilaselden for rooting and gutter The ladies have crowding Jo sophs store since prelty weather set in S T Leaveil now has plenty hay and corn on hand for sale fu cash different forget omans Jessamine county sweet pota toes at T Currcys Tonday Beautiful line Lace CurtahisShades and Poles at R L Jennings A Co Machine needlcs uid oils for twenty machines at J C J Joseph is ofifcring this spring a most magnificent assortment of Print ed Silks and Crepes Dr Goldstein will be at the Garrard Hotel Saturday April 21 Have him fit your glasses 2t See the McNavin Comedy Co at Opera House this week Their rep ertoire is superb Matinee at Opera House Saturday afternoon Prices 10 and 20 cents No reserved seats first come first served You should see the Walkover shoes for men the best S350 shoes in world Logan Robinson All a Mistake the funniest play ever put on a stage will be given at Opera House tonight I am now ready to paint and repair your surreys buggies c Work firstclass prices reasonable J B CONN For style comfort and durability there are none so good as Drew Cos line shoes for ladies LOGAN ROBINSON Dont when you want to spring dresser can mpney and give the very best styles The Fiscal Court should make an appropriation to decorate the Court House for the G A R Every house in town covered with bunting When you come to dont fail to see W J Roinans large stock of buggies wagons and phaetons we can you money It will be All a Mistake upon your part if fail to go to the Opera House tonight Go and laugh Get your mind on somthing pleasant and business go to the devil or some other sea port for the time being THE RECORD will give a prize to who will swear he didnt enjoy show Many Indicted The Franklin grand jury has return a big batch of indictments against those previously arrested and the CourierJournal of yesterday intimated that Tailor would be included in the The jury is still at work The trial of Col Dave Colson for killing Scott is in progress Extraordinary Attraction The Two Married Men which at the Opera House next Tues evening is playing in Cincinnati this week and will only make a few towns in Kentucky They here direct from Hamilton OhiT It took much corresponding to get them The house will be crowded to the doors and reserved seats are now being marked at Stormes drug store Prices 25 35 and oOcts The Big In the Little One The Louisville Commercial Club has accepted our invitation to visit on day of the G A R parade Way 24 The local club Jno W chairman of the to take charge of them and selected his assistants who will see that the Louisville delegation live en the fat of the land while within our gates The Masonic and Odd Fellows lodge rooms have been secured and a platform will be run between the back windows joining them The guests will be received in one room and lunch served in the other It is not the in tention to fill the guests with knic knacks salads pint cake and ice cream but to give them a genuine Garrard county spread such as old ham chicken homemade breads or in other words a genuine dinner Spring water will be abundant to cut the their throats All the cat and dried forms usually gone through with on such occasions will be eliminated and the first fellow at tempting to make a y speech will be shot ore the spot These rooms will be for the exclusive use of the Louisville club and abso lutely no one except the local com mittee of entertainment will be ad omitted club will come on a sPecial leave the same They generally Eichorns with them and we presume will so this time The Club will par ticipate in the parade u J son i ng Don t we ar s J U n sons So lh tons fail J Joseph our will e tow onday road s e you off Pot Miller com 1itte cob webs from urth o Ju train and curry Icadquarter W stet i r foal Thou t S Sell C call oil select y y lat est sorrels anyone appears come Lancaster appointed F Tht afternoon s p y o m COMMISSIONEI63 SELECTED Three Oaoil Men Selected all Work- urSecurliigSuuscrii tIoiiK lor the nail Road Berlin Two of the men named in last issue Squire Johnson and Lewis Leavell declined to apt as commissioners to the money in the railroad but it did not take but a few hours however to secure others Col Jno W Poor and Mr William Ward readily and cheerfully consented to act and the commission is now com posed of them and Mr A R Denny As was stated in last issue it is to make the notes payable to someone and it is very important that the parties be reliable The money must be ready before the right of secured as it may be to institute condemnation pro ceedings in some cases we hope this may be avoided and in this case the money must be tendered the when the valuation is fixed The has come to the point where the citizens of the county will have to come up witli the cash We will not take up further time and space in set ting forth the tenfold advantages the new road will be to Garrard county as any man can see what it means to all classes of people We know that neighboring towns are hustling with might and main to get this road and a gentleman from one of them went to New York a few days ago to tell the officials his tale of woe but THE RECORD knows that Garrard will get the road if the right of way is given What are we going to do gentlemen sit still and let the opportunity pass and forever be cut off from the markets or will man put his shoulder to the wheel and work together with a spirit of unity The notes have been printed and are ready for distribution All that is asked is for each property owner to consider well how much his belongings will be benefltted and if he is any sort of a business man he will liberally The best seed and all kinds garden seeds at Surreys Grenadine the stress mate rial for this season is shown in great va ri e ty at Jose ph s Candidates for matrimony in a rubbarti re you only have to whisper in the ear of your girl your dream of love hope happiness and future pros perity Try it and 301 will get great shape Courting rigs a spec tasty at Mason Hamiltons Livery Stable beet of Court House j cl ry receive matter necessary Iris necessary matter subscribe 3 popular therein 55 own eve G Capital and linilronds Welcome Courier Journal Apr IS The report that the Southern rail way will undertake the construction of a branch from Burgin is encouraging as hope in that matter was at a low ebb a few months ago The proposed line is to be 115 miles in length and would call fur the expenditure of over 2000000 so it is a considerable item to the industries of the State What is of more import ance is that the example of in thus building is encouragement to hope for similar enterprises else wherein Kentucky Ordinarily speaking there are few States which ulcer so inviting a field for railroad building as Kentucky but scarcely anything has been done in this line for a number of years The worldwide demand for coal and iron calls particular attention to our vast mineral resources Coal is to be found by millions of tons in measures that have as yet been untouched and iron ore is equally accessible and cheap The timber resources of the State are also of enormous value if only means of transportation to market can be found In the section through which the projected Southern branch is to run there is particular abundance of both mineral and timber wealth Doubtless the fact that there has been so little railroad building pro jetted in Kentucky this year is of fears that capital will not oc welcomed and may suffer front ar bitary laws The lawlessness witness ed at Frankfort has also had a deter rent effect in spite of what has actually happened Rnd what has been exaggerated and disorted it can be truthfully said that capital and en terprise are as safe in Kentucky as in any other State in the Union Leis lation has never assumed the xtreme ly restrictive form that has character ized many States in the South and West Our labor liberal and our taxes after all are below the average We can enable any reread or any manufacturer that comes to Kentucky to make and we will protect their persons and in spite of all the wild romances of yellow jour nalistsand the vaporingof demagogues The Southern railway is wise in owing the example of the Illinois Central Big Four which have spent vast sums here for which are receiving large returns Other and enterprises will profit by recognizing this Horse shoeing a specialty Crooked feet corrected contracted heels curds interfering etc remedied All kinds i of hand made shoes at s toT emcu distinctly the Southern because laws are pro rty I lit none fol Gun shc Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar anteed J A Beazley Co J nUn Q Q 1 rlfJ 11- I u IfnHarnl Directors hta 1 4 b Arterml and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture antI Carpets 1I th iFythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally J U ROBINSOX C C G B SWIXEBROAD KR S visiting invited I ff ra aa lOCAL TIMETABLES J Soathbnct Vupd passes Lancaster 1110 A- orthbiil Mixed 335 f M- Jfnrthbnrt Fassgr 2W A M lJ SA tuth Lnd = Our All Wool Suits for Spring at 5 650 and 750 are World Beaters What 10 Will Db Ten dollars will do wonders at our store at present Here are a few things it will do but its only a portion of its power See the in ducements we offer to have you leave 1000 Blue Serge Suits 1000 in rough or smooth face absolutely fast blue All made in the most thorough and painstaking manner Us ual retail price is 1250 Truly a gentlemans suit Scotch Suits 10 Our offering in this range ot desirable suitings is so rich and va jied as almost to bewilder one Every suit is worth 1250 Worsted Suits 10 Fancy Worsted Suits from choice fabrics In a great range of col orings and effects Very nobby and very stylish Elegantly tailored Sold by retailers 1250 and 1500 a suit They show very strikingly what 1000 will do Cassimer Suits 10 Pin checks and quit mixtures Strictly all wool Large range of selections Sold generally for 1250 You astonished and de lighted with these values If vou have a ten dollar bill in your pocket we are certainly fishing for it with attractive bait The Best Selectiono- fShoes Furnishing Goods and Hats we have ever had the pleasure ofshowing Come to us we will dress you save you money Logan Robinson lHTnUri JlW O X withus willbe z corrects and L EE a- If t l l P t9 in til I 13 rt gq tl lrfi1 l ill ltl o a Rf I iY lr1Vk da a a r r D D D p D 13 E3 u a- I r 5 N Want to buy where you can do the best and that is quite right As we are the largest Retailers of Groceries in the world we are thus to give these grand bargains to the people for the next week Caramel Drip Syrup 23c per gallon French Breakfast Coffee i c pound Our Head Light Coal Oil I I l gallon Our Fire Proof Coal Oil 13 gallon Our Best Rice pound Vhite Fish 3C pound- a Gallon good family Vinegar x I2C Gallon All other goods just as cheap Our Garden Flower and Field Seeds are cheap as dirt Yours for the people Blue Grass Grocery T E SMITH Manager You of Course enable ooooooooooooooooco c cocoo em 5C C CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BV LOUIS LANDRAif Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I ONE Yl B IN ADVANCE TERMS Six MONTHS THBEE THURSDAY APRIL 19 TILE Somerset Progressive Home Journal changed hands last but on account of the miserable mail connections between here and there we did not receive a copy until Monday morning Mr Ceph Camp bell as his old friends hereabouts call hint is the helm and judging the issue now before us the TounuiJ will prove a blessing to those who want to read clean news free from the trash crowded into the columns of some papers of today In politics it will support the democratic party but as Bro Campbell will be free from abuse and villmcation of those who differ with it TIlE KECOKD the right hand of fellowship to the Tournal and hopes the fondest dreams of its editor will be fully NOTWITHSTANDING the efforts politicians and war newspapers to keep up the disgraceful affair business in the state is rapidly resuming its normal condition and the people are losing interest in time Frankfurt jam bone The lawjvrs have jumped into Uncle Sams court now and will en deavor to gain recognition from that source About all the people are now interested in is the outrageous amount of money being paid for keeping a lot of tin soldiers at the capital and oth er similar foolish wasting of public money The taxpayer will realize this matter more fully when he has to dig down into his breeches pocket and pay out his hardearned cash to foot these bills SINCE Judge Cantrill laid the law down to the windy correspondents at Frankfort the atmosphere in Ken lucky has become much more pure and people of ot her states are begin in to drop their hands from noses when reading the news from Kenj tucky Ninetenths of the trouble in the state has been brought about by the wild talk of some newspapers whose editors barricade in their dens and shoot mud and filth through the loophole of Judge Can trill is entitled to the thanks of true Kentuckian for choking oil windbags and if he would jail a few of them it would have a still better effect his trousers when lie gave away the house Ills latest jerk at the wrent is announcing for president and spoil ing the joke by repeating it so often Every fellow to his trade so if Georgie wants to hold his rep he had better return to the sea leaving his better half to keep house and look after things which she seems to be doing in Boston has confessed to stealing 900000 He will it goes 00 2 0 II wcel before I o s extends realized ofI I I I theircolumns ItopresentA ii r9 ru sa t n ill hey without the saying be placed in the parlor at the jail fed on the fat of the land and shortly pardoned on some dodge usually at hand when the cul grit has money Had this thief been a poor man and stolen somthing toeat he would have been made to do time in a penitentiary the greater part of his remaining days Cash will count every time IT is said the republicans will run Mr Taylor again this fall in case he has to vacate the mansion We will venture the asccrtion that when he gets out of this mess all the powers of earth could not induce him to again enter politics His polical experience indeed been a dear one 30th has been set apart by S supreme court to hear the Ken contest cases 9 As this is the highest court in time land the contending Patties will have to abide by its decision A big 0itorical contest was held in Lexington the other night and the pretty city made to ring with yells of college buys These contests are death and destruction to a lot of good rail splitting material He Fooled the Sunre im All doctors told Renick Hamilton of West Jefferson O after suffering IS months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold bv R E McRobcrts Drug gist lio STONE T L Sanders sold to John Bcnge a sorrel mare at U Ruth Preston bought of John Stin nitt some corn at 2 per barrel T L Sanders bought of Todd Simp son a bunch of shoats at Ic per lb Theivcs broke into T L Sanders store a few days ago One has been lodged in jail T L Sanders bought of Mrs Mar garet Stone a bunch of shoats at Jets per Ib and of Kirt Fathergill a sow and two pigs at 8 Mrs Belle Thompson is very ill at this writing Mrs George Anderson has been suffering very much with car ache Mr Dillard Littrell was toured to the home of his father James Littrell on Poor ridge pike last week and remains very ill J W Sanders visited Miss Lizzie Tomlin son of Danville a part of last week Misses Grace Willis and Bertha Wood of Jessamine Institute spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs N J Grow Miss Edna Scott is spending a week with Mrs Forest of Chapel neighborhood Mr Erens is on the sick list Mrs Mary Montgomery and children of Hebron neighborhood is spending the week with her father Mr Lenion Evens Rev J II Coil will fill the pulpit at Scotts Fork the fifth Sun day in this month at 11 a m let every one come give him a large au diance dont forgot the time ileaUr in Town The greatest healer of modern times is Banner Salve for cuts wounds sores piles and all slap diseases C C J E Stormes 1m I Las A PHIL thee tuck rel shed performed ud t u G oar agreed M and Sated C n the O FOrL5 button Oxfords are stylish also Lace Welts heavy soles in Kid and Patent Leath er for walking or street shoes As us ual we are ready to furnish you what a you want Low Shoes for men Always call on us Our forte is wear resisters and polite attention o wart three Caldwell Lanier The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House DANVILLE a it PAINT LICK R L Jennings Co will pay a pound for country meat Mrs A B Elys millinery was attended a large number ladies II II Ledford our new carriage is meeting with great success his new enterprise All lie needs is the help of Dew Drop- J B Parks sold to of City a tine jack for 350 R L Jennings Co have secured services of Franklyn Kindred a first class liveryman in their stable licv Hawcs preached to a large here Sunday Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of children Ie is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough sale by B E McRoberts lyr Logan Thompson paid a flying visit to this place Monday Miss Bertha Burnside visited Misses Alma and Lear Sunday last Miss Marion Gibbs of Lexington Is time guest Misses Fan and Jennie Parks Josie Rayburn of Lexington is relatives in this vicinity R N Beasley took a business trip to Louis week Messrs Win lace and Gco W Pickles Jr of Rich mondspent Sunday in our community Miss Gallic Adams visited Miss Ora Hendren at Kirksville last week 3Ir John Cright of Berea visited the family of Dr B Ramsey Sunday Mr A B Ely spent several days at Perry ville this week Dr Woods Oglivic is at home for a few days from Louisville Miss Moliie Mouhaw the eihcient trimmerat Mrs Elys is this week at her home in Paris Prof Todd who is taking a postgraduate course at Georgetown spent a few days at home this week Mr Earl Simpson of McCreary was the guest of Miss Mary Lear Sun and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose ness of the bovels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts BKYANTSVILLE Ike Dunn bought of Poor a nice horse Mr J Canvert is erecting a nice cottage on his farm near here fr Jordan bought two nice horses from Jeff Dunn and one from Dr Trsiylor Mrs her lot to Mr Jene Berkele The house was recently burned and he will erect a cottage on the lot Miss Minnie Calvert of Anderson county is spending the summer with Mrs Dr Armstrong Miss Hendren of iSicholasviile is the guest of Mrs Eliza BallardDrs Wesley and Wai rein of Lascaster attended preaching here Sunday and visited friends Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden visit cd relatives and attended preaching at this place Mr Everett Gould is spending the week in Bryantsville and representing Raymond Haseldens patent filter Mrs Burnside visited the Misses Dunn Saturday Messrs Louis Brown and Osborn Farris of Nicholasville were the guests of Mr Ike Dunn several days last week Rev Humphrey is the guest of Colby Jenkins JeJf Dunn made a business trip to Lbxington this week Pains In the Hack A B Farrington Constantia N Y says I was troubled several years with kidney disease and suffered se were pains in the back I used Kidney Cure and one bottle cured me j recommend it to my friends It has given perfect satisfaction Stormes 1m MA21KS1JCKY Mfr Monte Fox of Danville visit eel his nephew Robert Fox last week Miss Lynnet Moss ot Lancaster has bean visiting Miss Carrie Durham and attending the meeting at the Fork church Mr and Mrs Charles Burdett and two pretty little daugh ters of Iliattsville visited their aunt sirs Todd Scott last week who is quite sick with la grippe Misses Xorah and Virgic Clark visited their Charley Clark at last week MrsCrutcher and little daughter of Xicholusville arc visit ing her sister sirs Fred Sutton Miss Georgie Henry of Lancaster Miss Sallie Herring Sunday Mr Will Long has been quite sick the past week Mrs J B Kemper still remains quite sick Mr Ed Bourne and little daughter and Miss Aggie Bourne visited Mrs T T Pollards family Sunday Mrs Fred Kemper has been quite sick for several days Master Floyd Herrings small white dog with a leather collar on strayed was stolen several weeks The little man will be thankful for any in formation concerning its The protracted meeting is still in progress at the Fork church there has been live additions up to the pros eat time Rev Copass delivered an excellent sermon to men only Sunday The nest in the World We believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best in the world A few weeks ago we suffered with a se vere cold and a troublesome cough having read their advertisements in our own and other papers we pur chased a bottle to see ifit would effect us It cured us before the bottle was more than hall used It is the best medicine out for colds and coughs The Herald Andersonville Ind For sale by E E McEoberts Druggist 01 al r E by painter Kansas congregation Mary rs visiting last spending E X day 4 QUiet r4 lit Folger sold ill r C C C J 0 Other visited ago and b C lOc openi last Saturday n Mr Duvall C t crou 1 J yule 11 Keep all by FBI C Bln r tvheteab 1Iy eye gin outs of in of ts Dave Bowlin bought a horse from John Calico for 35 Arthur and Maurice Yocurii of Be rea were visiting friends here from Friday to Sunday Hiatt Stigall bought of Samuel Eden for 75 the lot formerly owned w by Thomas Watkins Harvey Kindred formerly of moved this week to his home here bought of Frank Taylor Mr and Mrs Kindred will be received among us with a hearty welcome i Jack Stephens and family left tins week for IJcclford Indiana where they will make their home for the present We predict however that they will eat their Christmas dinner with friends here Lagrippe coughs often continue for months and sometimes lend to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Fo leys Honey and Tar affords positive protection and security from these coughs C C J E Stormes 1m An active effort is being made to construct a pike from Berea to Car tersville crossing the county line about 1 miles south from Wallaceton It is also intended to extend the pike now running through here so as to connect with the proposed one at the point where the latter crosses the line This would be a most excellent thing not only for pcrca Wallaceton and Cartcrsville but also for other towns already connected with them as well as the surrounding them and our citi zcns most sincerely hope it will Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the civ ilixed world Your mothers and grand ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Kervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the of the liver stimulate the ncr yous 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 male you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you by C C J E Stormes Kciitiieky Irc Association President J II Westover Vice President R W Brown Executive Committeemen J A Lyne T G Watkins and J M Allen and Mr Harry IcCarty met at the Hotel Louisville Tuesday afternoon on business connected with the as soiation Secretary R L missed his train at Bowling Green and could not be present but cd that he had practically completed arrangements with the railroads for a trip to the northwest It will be by way of Chicago and Duluth with the Running sores ulcers boils pimples etc quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing salve in the world No other just as good C C J E Stormes 1m objective point some lake resort prob ably Lake Minnetonka where a stay of a week or ten days will be enjoyed T G Watkins was asked to arrange the literary program with the assistance of Vice President Brown It is their intention to pre pare a program out of the line of those that have for several years and the members may be assured of something of unusual excellence J M Allen chairman of the Ex ecutivc Committee was instructed to prepare circular letters to the mem hers of the association with reference to certain financial matters that the members have neglected He is also to inaugurate an energetic movement towards enlisting new members from the press of the state so that the as sociation may be more nearly repre Cleanse the liver purify the blood invigorate the body by using DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills always act promptly FP Frisbie 1m sentative in its character ami that the benefits to be derived from social and business intercourse among the news people may be more widely It was decided also to relieve Sec rotary Morningstar of a portion of his by having the Execu tive Committee pass upon the creden tials of members issue the certificates membership and see that dues are kept properly paid Secretary Morn ingstar will thus have more time to devote to the details of the annual ex cursion and will not be annoyed and harassed as he has unfortunately been on several occasions The meeting will be held in Louis ville part of July The date will be announced as soon as arrangement with the railroads is completed which will be in a few days at the most In the meantime all of the news in the state slibuld take interest in the matter and those that are already members of time association should in their appli cations at once Credentials year will be with unusual careand positively no one not actively indenti fled with newspaper will get cor tificates The circulars from the Executive Committee will be issued in a timenewspapers requested to coj y Neuralgic pains rheumatisifr lum bngo and sciactic pains yield to the penetrating influence of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes au Ion j I WALLICETON recently Ie r county neighborhoods succeed largest anythingI action I I I I paper enjoyed arduous I I I tin n short I I 1 a I I i I I I Ben C Fort e Will Mornings ilefrlepl S prevailed duties ale tar 4 We and Of tion show in with He he local and He time of ton to slog Is 8th old had her tie Stand by Your Merchants Ilarrodsburg Democrat Before the excursion season opens take theopportunity to make a few remarks upon the relation of hopping excursions church aid organizations local merchants There is no question that tradesmen of all classes in the small towns feel keenly the commercial by the cheap excursions conducted church aid so cieties during the and fall These efforts to realize money for good purposes takes from the local mer chants many times the amount se cured for the bcnlit of the local church or other organization and to them are a mot irritating source competition The local cannot object to legitimate in the line of business and he can offer no very effective arguments to that home people shonld not buy the cities if they can secure better prices or better goods for their money An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and a bottle of COUS SEXS HONEY OF TAR used in time is worth a staff or physicians a drug store or two included Price 2 and 50 C C J E Stormes is willing to admit this much but regards the concerted efforts of the churches and the city merchants to bring people from the towns to the cities on a combined cheap holiday shopping tour as an unfair and ungenerous advantage taken of him feels that his interests are thus involuntarily oil his part placed in opposition to the interests of the church or charitable organization while the city merchant ostensibly be comes aid and ally in promoting the good cause they represent really a selfish beneficiary of arrangement On the other hand if local mer chants mire so unenterprising as to bring on small and undesirable stocks goods if they fail to provide at reasonable prices a sufficient to meet tile requirements of the J 1 Carson Prothonotacy Wasling Pa says I have found Kodol Dyspepia Cure an excellent remedy in case of stomach trouble and have derived great benefit from its ue Itdigests what you cat and can not fail cure F P Frisbie 1m community if they are too conserva tive to buy stocks and too Hind to irolern methods of business to advertise them they provide an excuse for the shopping excur which their promoters are not slow to utilize TLC Apintito a Gnat envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stom ach and Liver Remedy gives a splen did appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures per feet health and great energy Only E Drug Store FLATWOODS Dan Royston bought a mule from Sim Worrell for S30 James Anderson died Sunday the with the consumption Mr W G Gooch bought two loads of corn from J B Parks for per bbl also W II Fury bought a load for same Mr John slitters house burncil last Thursday evening It caught from an chimney Most all of the house hold goods were saved Coinsurance Mr Sampson Archers many friends surprised him with a nice ninncron Good Friday it being his 51st birthday A R Bass of Morgantown Ind to get up ten or twelve times in the night and had severe backache pains in the kidneys Was cured olcis KIdney Cure Itsteed C C J E Stormes 1m Miss Myrtle and little Cora Cook visited their uncle Mr Ebb near Hammack last Tuesday Othi Smith has returned to her home near Wiiliamsburg accompanied by coisin Miss Zillie Archer and lit sister Pearl losses suffered summer merchant coupe their although assortment excellent tSI of It rcRo crts 50 jan cents C generous cat J alga G t rats skins P r T A at The Possessor of Good Teeth i Real or artificial is much healthier than those whose teeth are aching and decayed and unfit to masticate food If nature has been unkind the deficiency can be quickly pain lessly end inexpensively supplied TEETH with or without plates absolutely perfect ill appearance hours SPECIAL CASH PRICES Extracting Teeth S 25 White or Amalgum Fillings 75 Gold Filling 1 50 Good Set of Teeth 5 00 The Best Teeth it Sjlid Gold Teeth 5 50 Gold Bridge work per Tooth 5Q DR HOBSON Dentist Office next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Office open night and fitted inside IfS eo 7 50 5 use of twenty A fo ur r e BUY We have it and guarantee ev ery gallon Drug Store Spring Weight Its a great mistake to change yourUnderwear from the heavy weight to Summer weight at once its too much of a change and generally results in a bad cold or worse What you ought to do is to make the change gradually put on a medium weight now and wear it until the weather gets really warm then change to the thin Summer weight Ve have just the thing a Fine Light Natural Wool at 100 Let us show it to you Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishings It pays to trade at 2 THE GLOBE K Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY MAGNETIC Profs Wilson and Kennedy Of the RICHMOND SCHOOL and INFIRMARY of HEALING and SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS Richmond Ky have establisliai branch offices in your city and are prepared to receive and treat patients Our success in Richmond has been marvelous and our cures many The demand for our treatment by the people of Lancaster and vicinity have prompted us to locate here We practice this system of Magnetic Healing as Joes Prof S A WVIt mer the nrwt wnd jrful man of minim We cure any and all diseas without the use of or This system is purely scientificand Ins been practiced in all ages with nr re or less success Prof Weltmerhas placed M i in the forefront of all curative powers We treat any of the following disease Rheumatism Dyspepsia Liver and Stomach Complaint Diseases of the Kindneys Heart Disease Female Trouble of any kind Nervous Debility St Vitus Dance Paralysis Asthma Consumption Deafness Diseases of the Eye etc Lost Cancer Tumors and Goiters etc Ko matter what your ailment may be or of how long and see in we can do you good is we believe any disease can be cured by our treatment COME A SEE US It will cost you nothing to consult us regarding your affliction Office over Zimmers Restaurant Lancaster Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m TESTIMONIALS and REFERENCES FURNISHED on APPLICATION PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION And you want the news You also want Editorials worth the reading We make this unprecedented offer for the period of three months You can secure THE HORNING HERALD x Of Lexington Ky the Great Paper of the Blue Grass THE KENTUCKY STOCK FARM Of LexingtonKy the Leading Trotting Horse Paper of the Country and THE CENTRAL RECORD I FOR ONE YEAR FOR S Price of The Morning Herald alone 600 Price of The Kentucky Stock Farm alone 200 Price of Tile Central Record alone J Sioo 600 AH for Six Dollars 600 IYtJJD PAINTa t1 MoReberts T rjt about 2 H E k MAGNETIC l1d rn m licin s tic Vitality StInk ell Chest standingcome D YEAR 1 IX DOLLARS noO l fa a 3 pY 4aooaaaoooaaxooacaaooooooooaaaaoaoo J 17vvEwEA Winter f r LERS dru IieUin M T t A BUSINESS EDUCATION Is abs mely necessary to the yonn man or young woman who would win success in life This beIng conceded is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very trout rank TILE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND Seven experienced teachers each one a in ills lineGraduates this college business houses Write fora beautiful book from graduates to you FK tprominent positions aU over the United will testimonials be mailed v z CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY APRIL 19 ifoo people Miss Eula Totten of Stanford is visiting Miss Nell Ray R II Batson has returned from the city where he bought spring goods Mrs AT Y Fuller and littleson Kirby arc visiting relatives in Casey A few friends were entertained by Miss Julia Mae Gaines evening Mrs Jane Jennings of Paint Lick is visiting her sister Mrs J M Petty Mr Louis Ray is improving very fast under treatment by the Magnetic Healing Mesdames Mattie Frisbie and IX M Lackey have been spending a few days n DanvilleMr Browning wife and chil dren returned to their home in Lex lj i jgton Sunday Richmond Register A tlorneyTom linson of Lancaster attended Circuit Court this week F Smith has gone into R II Batson store to clerk through the spring trade Mrs Banks Hudson and Miss Fissinger have been visiting friends in Lexington Mrs Elizabeth Mason is at home again after a visit to hcr sister Mrs II Scott in Jessamine Miss Louise Kauffman of Richmond college spent Easter with her mother Mrs Emma KauiTman 3Ir W of Bebee Ark is visiting his father Uncle Harvey Yantis and other relatives 3Jiss Margaret Murphy was called to New York Monday by the serious ill ness of her sister Mrs Merchant i Miss Allie Anderson gave a cinch party Saturday evening in honor of Mr Tom Browning and wife of Lex ington Mr Joel Walker and wife will spend Sunday in Lexington with their Miss Alice whojs attending Ham ilton college Capt W J Kinnuird who moves the country as mysteriously as old IsaacAdler the coal oil man was here this week Mr and Mrs William Walker and daughter Miss Patsy Duncan were the guests of Mr and Mrs Marshall Eason this week Mr A II wife left Monday for Knoxville Tenn to attend the T P A meeting Mr Rice was del cjjatefrom Kentucky Col Jno W Miller has been confined to Bed for a few days by attack of hun bago His many friends will be glad to learn that he is rapidly recovering Nicholasville Journal Mr and Joseph Delaney leftjast week for Marccllus Garrard county where they will reside with their son Marion De laneyBorn to the wife of Mr W J a pretty girl The little lady made her appearance Monday morning Mrs Romans has been quite ill but is improvingDanville Rev Laps ley McKcehas accepted a call to the Fifth ro0 i L J ritlay I Iiss Eugenia A Yantis daughter about Riceand Airs Romans I I I aooo woooooaoaooocaaso sc OUT 04 1 i Mollie 1 l i t f A N i J NOW the It pays to use best material We are so confident that curs isabsoiuteSy the best mads we give a Five Years Guarantee With Each Bill We Sell We also have a complete line e f Leads Oils Varnishes Turpen tine Japan Wood fillers and Varnish stains COME TO SEE US BEFORE BUYING AND GET PRICES IF IE3 IF E3 ISBIBS 3D Store I J f ffi rn ffi1 rn rrgJ rn rrb gJ rrn rrb t rn r rn r is TIME to PAT your HOUSE I 4 lJJ Q Ac v r J GG0 Y f Presbyterian church at Kansas City He preaches his farewell sermon at Xew Albany Sunday J S Robinson and wife have returned from Florida where they spent the winter Built are much im proved in health and the judge has gained about thirty pounds in weight Mrs W M Bogle of Owensboro is expected this week to visit Mr W II Whcrritt and family Miss Miller who has been spending the with Mrs Bogle will return home The following Lancaster people the golden wedding of Jr J L McKee and wife in Danville last week Pct L Robinson and wife Rev J C Massee and wife Mesdames Ma ria Kirby M Lackey Martha Fris bie and Miss Lillian Kinnaird- Middlesboro RecordW Kinnaird returned Saturday evening from a Hy ing visiting trip to Baltimore and New York Mr II N Beard State Agent of Tenncsec for the Mutual Life Insurance Company is in town this week workingin conjunction with Messrs W J and A M Kinnair resident agents Col Walter Messenger advance agent for Two Married Men which comes to the Opera House next Tues day night was here Tuesday and plas toed the town with pretty show He is a clever gentleman and its a pleasure to transact business with him II is company only played cities until this season when a few one night stand will b m ule THE RKCOKD congratulates the manage of the local house on securing the company ItLniurlcublu Cure of KIuMiinatisiii Kenna Jackson Co W Ya About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her bed for over a month and her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs being swollen to double their normal size Mr S Mad dox insisted on my using Chambcr loins Pain Balm I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used it according to the directions and Ahc next morning she walked to breakfast without as sistance in any manner and she has not had a similar attack B Parsons For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Henry Duncan does only highclass barber ing In The IJliIIHi i iiifH Mr W McC Johnston of this city has received a letter from Eddie E Layne now serving as a corporal in Co E lutli U S Infantry in the Philippine Lslinds Corporal Layue is a county boy The letter is dated Jan 51 and tells of his on the firing line lie says has lots of lighting to do but at the same time sees lots of fun The natives are hard lighters and do not give up until absolutely compelled to do so The health of the army is very good and he has never been sick since land ing there The letter is quite lengthy and full of interesting matter the war and country In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine Such persons make ba the means of saving other lives For sale by R E McRoberts 1m I Judge winter attended D paper nt nt rendered sinceA Druggist Garrard experience concerning optDrug- gist Betts c i TIIE SURPRISEWe told you last week that we would give you a surprise and here it is On FRIDAY and SATURDAY of this week we will put on sale a lot of trimmed hats at This is our regular 225 hat reduced to 1490 for Friday and Saturday only We will have a limited number so come Noel Sisters f k OO i49c EA OH The 00000 COO OO- t k earljr- r E fcOCAfc Talk railroad Dry up on politics and help hustle for something that will benefit every man in the county Pea Sticks I have large quantity of good strong canes now ready for delivery Call on me on Totten Jno Floyd 3t Capt E W Lillard has raised a company of state guards at Danville which will be mustered in this week The troops will obey the democratic oilicials To School Trust es I now have the census re ports ready for delivery Please call at once secure copies of same J Lusk Supt All Wool Come and see Wanamakers all wool goods at bottom prices Fits and satisfaction guaranteed Give me a call 3L D Hughes Nice nlcrtiiiiiiiciit A pretty Eastei entertainment was given at the Mcthodistchurch Sunday night which was by a crowded house The ladles who planed it are to be congratulated upon Go to Mctloberts and select a seat fur the Dr A A Willits lecture April 150 Over 300 seats have been taken Those who have heard him here say that they must hear him ITsuhtinied Letters Letters remaining in post ollice unclaimed week ending April 14 1JOO Thomas Amanda Brock W A Crouch A Ernest Gould AV T If called for say advertised W T WEST p in To Piny at Hockcastlc George Smith Jr has engaged the local colored band for manager Poarchj to play at Rockcastle Springs this season band consists of four men and has been working all winter getting in shape The men will work as waiters Clay Green Burnside Will Royston and Mathey Lackey compose the band The Twentieth Century movement will be inaugurated at the Methodist church Sunday by Rev L Robinson and Rev J R Savage Rev Savage will preach the sermon A rich program music and sermon Rev W M Brit of Stanford will preach on same subject Sunday at MeKendree Methodist church The G A K The various committees loooking ofter the G A R encampment are pushing their work nicely The finance committee will need about two hun dyed dollars more but this is coming in pretty well It will take 700 to 800 to do the honors up like those in charge want it done Mjikc a liberal subscription The Rocbel Monument Mrs Geo T Farris gives list of names of those who have contributed to the Gobcl monument fund Mesdames Dr Bush Dr Ed Morrow Ed Norris Uriah Simpson Walter Beazley Mary Young Will Mason II C Jennings W 1 Williams Swinebroad A B Bastin Victor Lear Clayton Arnold John Logan W II Smith W A son Misses Laura Smith fettle and Lizzie Brown Messrs Ashby Arnold Ike Arnold and T M Arnold A Lire and Death Fight Mr WA Hines ofMancljfster la writing of his almost es cape from death says Exposure af ter measles induced serious lung trou ble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and cough cd night and day All my doctors said I must soon die Then I began to use Dr Kings NQV Discovery for Consumption which completely cured me I would not be without it even if it cost 500 a bottle Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and all say Mt never fails to cure Throat Chest and Lung troubles Regular size 50c and 100 Trial bot ties free at McRoberts Drug Store lC r lisa enjoyed thcirsuccess J lIllt again Logan n he also Educational usthe following Herring Hilton mire pious 0 4d060PO0p4gOp00000 N84hD- 464iOG ooanoaoaoaoaooooavacooooooooc o at anus amt I Bland line Aide t r F r a I2ay For Sale 1 have 8000 or10000 pounds of clover and timothy hay baled for sale in quantities to suit purchasers T A ElkinLancastcr tf We want some more rooters for the railroad Garrard is the best county on the map and we are going to have that road or know the reason why Get some of the blank notes and go to rooting 1 have for sale a tip top Threshing outfit Traction Engine Straw Separator and water wagon Will make payments to suit purchaser Come and see it before you buy J I HAMILTON Important to of Iythius- Ollicial notice has been received by the Lancaster lodge that the district meeting will be held here May li A meeting will be held tomorrow night for the purpose plans Be there You are Shooting on the Clinic Thick Burnside and Cook the latter cook at the Garrard Hotel fell out and went to pumping lead at festibtil Saturday night Iluck was shot in the right breast making- an ugly but not serious wound Cook was seriously injured the bullet the right breast and lodging in the back Both will get well IJIert in Texas A Paris Texas paper contains a of the death of Mr Tomkins who is widely connected and was well known to many older citizens Mr Tomkins was born March 21 1829 in Garrard Ky and went to Paris in 72 He was married here to a sister of A B Brown Sr and three children were born to them all of whom are dead He was a carpenter and joiner by and was known as an honest industrious man The Farm for Sale On Monday April 23 Geo McDon old as agent will offer for sale the farm containing 1523 acres Jt lies ten miles from Lancaster on pike and is an excellent It has good dwelling and out buildings The sale will be made at the court house door and right is to reject any and all bids This is one of the li nes of land in the count TIr McDonald at Hubble A Grand Lecture Dr Wiilits has been for a third of a century in the front rank of pulpit orators and lecturers All the city papers speak highly of him and val uable information is always imparted to his audience Sam Jones suys that he is a sunbeam by daylight and an arc light by night It will pay you to hear him in this city on April 30th Tickets McRoberts drug store There is plenty of singing and dan cingin Two Married Men which will be the attraction for one night at the opera house next Tuesday night the 24th Two Married Men toured the country last year playing only the larger cities and so has the of thousands of theatregoers It isnt a new play it has been tried and proven and as the company this year is better than last Manager Fissingers patrons may expect something way above the average Prices 25 and 35 cts Reserved seats 50cts at Stormes drug store After a lingering illness Miss Mar garet Harris died at the residence of Judge R A Buanside Sunday She was the only remaining member ofthe old Harrisfamily her brother Judge Tyree Logan Harris having about two years ago She was in her 79th year She knew of no living rel a ives and has been with Judge Burnside who was a the family since the death of Judge She was a christain lady and be fore old age went about good she knew services conducted by Rev L Robinson of the Methodist church were held Monday and the remains in the family burying ground on the old Harris home place near town For Sate Knights Friday of completing J no entering notice county trade Lexington locality retained endorsement Harris di d Jivl of Harris doing Funeral interred Stacker needed yet fits let itts Address far friend prevented d house for Rent In Middlesboro addition Apply M West or J Joseph tf The Durham X C Daily Sun says There is Sparks Shows except the price of admission At Lancaster Friday afternoon and night April It is estimated that 2500 people will visit Lancaster on May 24 and 25 The grocers and provision men had as well begin now to lay in a supply of eat ables For six duffers we offer for one year three papers the combined price of which The Morning Herald of Lexington The Kentucky Stock Farm and TIIK CKNTKAL RECOUD Dont fail to see Romeo the largest lion in captivity and Mary the small est baby elephant evei on exhibition They are to be seen with Sparks big 25c shows at Lancaster April 20th Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at as we are preparing to advertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C The Americus Ga Daily Timer Recorder says We have paid 75 ctr many a time to see a circus not as good as Sparks Big 25cent Shows At Lancaster Friday afternoon and night April 20 Smith Currey Agents for Dan ville Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Slirt waists a specialty Ollice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Town Lots in IlryaiitsvJIIc for Sate Will sell privately two lots with Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville or particulars tf IAS HILLS F P Frisbie has put in an elegant soda fountain which is being highly complimented This makes three tine ones in town and there isno necessity now of allowing your whistle to go dry Fey Sate or Rent My house at Lowell and 4 acres of land All in repair and under good fence Splendid water on or address Mus CLAKA E BETTIS 322lm Lowell Ky Remember the grand free balloon ascension thrilling parachute jump and a high tower dive that is given free to all from the show grounds in connection with Sparks New Railroad Shows at Lancaster April 20 KcIablo Goods Prices I still have Wanamaker and Browns allwool goods at 850 to 30 per suit also Howard Tailoring Co and the Ryan Tailoring Co of Chicago quality and fits guaranteed Give me a call My old customers testify to the fact that they get full value for their money Uniform prices small profits M D Hughes Agt Now is the time to Have your gutters Put In Shape Let the Cold Rains in the Cistern all kinds of Tin ning and turn out only Repairing a Specialty J B Collier Shop over J 0 Robinson Hardware store I to R O is once delinquents Prices a a redo FI T LA VI i I nothingcheap about aGOU G Call Low OE i H J t t 2009toxJ This BuOYy K f I H is the amount you save by buying from us The Columbus theKauffmati the Moyer the Wood huff We carry a full and com plete line at prices that cult be duplicated We are doing the Nicest and Best Carriage and Buggy work ever done in Lancaster Come and see for yourselves We iave firstel ass workmen You got Good Honest Work polite attentioruand reasonable prices W CT OIs JLZsTS-We ate prepared to put on Best Rubber Tires in Ve market March and April are Ideal painting months Our WHITE LEAD LINSEED GIL VARNISHES AND BOOFtMG PAIaT iS THE BEST We carry the standard brands offlue hard oil and fillers for interiorfinishes also the leading makes of Paint and Varnish Brushes OurPrepared Paint is guaranteed THE BEST BTnTBTWPR T113TTR ESTarn3P Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plaster and Hair THE OLD Flit OF LILLARD V OTGUT KY Take pleasure iu announcing to their Garrard County friends that the have a Complete Line af the Best PAINT yon HOUSES EARLY them a Can They save you Money J A wide experience has taugut us how to buy the Latest and Best for the least money Weknow be shown As Prelty Stylish Millinery as is now on our counters The ladies should not fail to call and see our stock Prices Low SallieD METAL ROOFING F 1 0 0 RI NG STAMFORD tw SIDING CEILING LATHS ETC LOW PRICES PROMPT SLIVERY t 1 1 f ri lt o Zr 1 Tfnm trn HUt a stockof I i a Iii1 t Jt t f T T j y to nELL LE DANVILLE 1 t t PAINTS1ARNJSHES A D BRUSHES oovoooooo coo oco Gh e t youwillnot Till e t t 9 e3 J G S1 4- 11f J A aSINLf sr d s r hISESa4a- a oooo aoawoioocvooe ota i v r F o t T z1I1 c S a r BRADFBELDS FEMALE REGULATOR 9 is for womens diseases and irregu larities It cures everything that is t commonly called a It acts upon all the I feminine organs of generation driv f ing out weakness anti imparting strength stopping drains C regulating the monthly flow y in every instance It makes sickly J weakly women strong and well again 1 a bottle at stores a- for a free book about I Atlanta GaThe Bradfield t distinctly itt Gram Wanted Either by or by month tf G A Swinebroad- W II Walker bought of Siler Co a gelding for 00 J C Siler Co sold to Garrard par ties two cows and calves at 8750 J C Siler Co bought a nice geld ing of Garrard parties for 0250 Best cattle sold in Danville Monday at Sets Good cattle could have been sold at 5 J C Siler Co sold to Mississippi parties three combined saddle at from 00 to 125 At Stanford Dick Gentry sold to Bales 128 extra hogs at Sets M J to Louisville Packing hogs at same price Danville Advocate Mr II A B Marksbury at Lancastes has bought about all the hemp crops in Bryant ville vicinity but that of F Y who sold to Mr Cogar Price paid five dollai per Nearly every person needs a toftic medicine at this time of year to brace up and invigorate the nervous system to cleanse the bowels liver and kid neys II ERBIXE is the best and remedy to do this as it will cure constipation regulate the liver and enrich the blood Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Tobacco plants have come up nicely in this county and the beds are near ly all covered with canvas Sheep know their lambs by the sen e of smell If a ewe refuses to own her lamb place her in a small pen and rub the lamb about her Reports from various counties to date say tobacco plants are coming up nicely and in plenty trust women with female weakness suffer dreadfully from piles in to their other pains They cured by using TABLERS PILE OINTMENT Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes Farmers are making extensive pre parations for a large crop of tobacco this season From the outlook at present there will be lots of cutworms to contend with II Clay Turner sold last Friday to James R Magowan a pair of twoyear old mules for 320 This is believed to be one of best pair of young mules in Kentucky and good judges say they will carry off the blue ribbon in every fair ring in which they are exhibited this summer Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat II Clark Chauncey Ga says DC hilts Witch Hazel Salve cured him of piles that had afflicted him t venty years It is also a spefdy cure for skin diseases Beware of danger ous counterfeits F P Frisbic 1m Cherry trees need very little Start the head 2 feet high and take out all broken and dead limbs Grow potatoes and melons in the cher ry orchard for two or three years then sow clover and plow it under Trees treated in this way will grow well and soon prove profitable WHITES CREAM not only effectually destroys worms it also increases the appetite aids and transforms a frail infant into one of robust health Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes Winchester pretty good story of a horse trade is told on a prominent farmer and stock raiser of this vicinity He had a mare of good breeding having in the blood of time distinguished Kentucky equines which have made the State famous in horsedom But she was advancing in years and for several years prior to the time of which we write she had been barren This gentleman naturally wanted to dispose of her and finding a prospective purchaser he offered till the inducments he could think of and finally he said Why I will sell you that mare for 40 and if you will bring me a mule colt from her next year 1 will pay you 40 for it Finally the trade was closed and strange rs it may seem the next fall at proper weaning season the purchaser rode the mare up to the house of the seller with a little 20 mule at her side He took the mule and paid for it and the story has only recently gotten out and he didnt tell it either Perfect digestion is the only for perfect health The food we eat makes all the blood we have which in turn feeds every n ve mus cle and tissue in the body quickens the appetite aids digestion gives tone and vigor to all the and insures good health Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes r E E geldings Earris sold Co- O Hudson at Danville hundred safest t addition maybe BUCKEYE the I f pruning assimilation DemocratA herveins foundation functions buu dry C G C C C VER3IIFEJ C IERBI S G N F a County tax was fixed by court at Paducah at 82 cents with an extra poll of 1 for county roads Twelve men and one woman have killed in the immediate vicinity of Irvine since the sitting of the June 1839 term and the grand jury is The County Judge of Barren county has decided that abusive language over the telephone constitutes an as sault and is punishable as such Dud Jarman was arrested in lUadi son county on the charge of his nephew Chas Adams It cost Henry Ostendorf a married man 20 to kiss the ruby lips of a maiden who according to the man screamed at the third kiss when there was a tap at the window The Oregon Republican convention i idorsed the gold standard and the National Administration A bill was introduced in the House to repeal several provisions of the war revenue act The silver service from Kentucky citizens to the battleship Kentucky will be presented about June 1 this date having been suggested by the Xavy Department W W Msiyhew Morton Wis says 1 consider One Minute Cough Cure a most wonderful medicine quick and safe It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results It cures coughs colds croup bronchitis grip pe whooping cough pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases Its early use prevents consumption Children always like it and mothers endorse it P Frisbie 1m The President signed the Porto Ill can Tariff Bill and Civil Government Bill after it had been signed by the presiding oJiicers of Congress and the measure is now a law Coufcress of the two houses of Con gross rerched an agreement on the Legislative Executive and Judical Bill carrying an appropwation of 24 173155 The House passed a Senate bill which will permit dependent mothers of soldiers or sailors of the Spanish war though they married ex Confederate soldiers to receive the benefit of the general pension law Generul Manager Murphy of the Qusen and Crescent denies that a strike is about ip be ordered on that road Eastern members of the Democratic Congressional CoHunittec arc protest against a circular recently out by Democratic National Committee Democrats who did not sup p wt Mr Brpan in 1SDG are denounced renegades Chairman Junes says fiat Willis J Abbott sent cut the circular and that his committee is not responsible for it Judge George reaii of Lexington formally announces himself a date for delgatcatlarge to the lican National convention to be held at Philadelphia The United States stands second to France only in the number of exhib itors at the Paris Exposition and has three times as many exhibitors as France had at the Chicago Worlds Fair Pneumonia is one of the most dan gerous and fatal diseases It always results from a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will quickly cure a and perhaps prevent an attack of pneumonia It is in fact made espec ially for that ailment and has become famous for its cures over a large part of the civilized world It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pncu monia Can you afford to neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can be had fora tribe For sale by II E McRoberts Druggist 1m W S Taylor is in Washington and it is understood that he is looking out for a Federal appointment in the event of an adverse decision by the Supreme Court in the contest case The insurgents around Manila are again active and are attacking the American soldiers The Thirtysecond infantry at Balaugu and Orion was twice attacked last week A formal invitation to Admiral Dewey to visit Louisville has been by Mayor Weaver and com from the Board of Trade and Commercial Club Incessant rains caused the streams of Texas to overflow with great to life and property At Austin the dam in the Colorado river gave way and millions of gallons of water the valley sweep ing away houses and destroying many lives San Antonia reports the worst storm for thirtyfive yearsand railway traflic is practically suspended in parts of the State Gen Otis telegraphs as follows Since January 1st 124 skirmishes i i the Philippines have been repoited mostly very slight affairs Our casu altics were three olliccrs and seventy eight enlisted men killed thirteen of ficers and 151 men wounded The and Madrono loss in killed and left on the field were 1426 cap tured and wounded 1453 small arms secured 3051 pieces of artillery 105 and a large capture of other insurgent property A number of Filipino ofli cers are surrendering and the situa tion is gradually becoming pacific After Latirii pe What Usually r telling cough told a gen oral feeling of weakness Foleys and Tar is guaranteed to cure the grippe cough and make you strong and well C C J E Stormes r JO CC1 been ling extended mitt ees destruction rushed man insurgents I Honey 1 aoocooooo GENE Rh NG17S000- 000oooooaooooosooooo0000000 investigating murdering own cant Rcpt cold down li Ib of a is C a PllEACKERSVILLK M Boler sold some hogs last week to Lawson Fox for 4c Rev Win C ITutchins sold 12 acres land to F G Shaw for 15 Mr B F Ledford who bought the Shanks farm has moved to same Mrs J C Fox has gone to Sourer set to sec some of her lelatives who are very sick Mr B Y Hobbs who has been to his bed for four months we arc sorry to say is no better Mr W C Pettus and sister Miss Jennie who have been so journing in the are expected home this week There is talk of having a sale of live stool here on Saturday before the 4th Monday in each month as most of the stock from Eastern Kentucky pass through here We think it would be success Does It Pay to Buy Clicap 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 cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe and lung troubles Boschces German Syrup It not heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expcctora tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Peccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale be C J E Stormes Fire Friday Night About oclock Friday night the family at I F Rabbles were awaken ed by smoke The fire alarm was sounded and people hastened to the scene After some dozen men had ar rived some coolheaded person locked the front door and the crowd returned home thinking the lire out Those in the house set about to find the cause and it was found that the ash pit was solid mass of burning trash and This pit is made in the cellar and all the ashes fall into it It is opened every Spring and the ashes removed The bricks were chopped from the pit and the lire about two cart loads shoveled out Had it been allowed to remain the brickwork would have ig cited the sills and the house destroyec1 It took about an hour and a half to shovel out the live coals RED SPACE A 10000000 HOUSE Is a hovel to a man with a torpid liver He might appreciate his if he followed the directions on a box of Red Circle Pills A MYRIAD SPOTS On the face of a woman with a liver Her may be redeem cd by Red Circle Pills THE FINEST COMPLEXION POWDEtt In the world is not a powder at all It is the Rid Circle Pill IF ALL TILLS PIIILUPINOS WERE SHOT With loaded with Rjd Circle Pills theyd soon become a healthier and more enlightened race A DOCTORS TRUST Would become a necessity if every body knew the virtues of the Red Pill It cures too cheaply YELLOW IX NEW ORLEANS Would be robbed of half its terrors if the people would fortify their health by the use of the Red Circle Pill AS WHITE AS A SHEET your color when you suffer with anaemia Pink like a carnation is what youll be after taking Cir cle Pills for a month or so NOBODY HUT A IIAGAX Takes iron for illness Your stom ach is not a rolling mill nor a blast furnace Take Red Circle Pills and your liver will furnish the iron the right kind the kind that nature makes KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crop and Live Stock April 1st 1900 The average condition of the wheat crop compared with normal on April 1st is G which is 11 points above the average for the past four years and one point below the condition on date of last report The crop was subjected to some se vere tests during March by the low temperature prevailing during the early portion of the month and the frexuent freezing and thawing later The ill effects were mainly shown in late wheat and wheat on land imper fectly drained Early wheat on well drained soil though the blades were browned appears to have suffered no parmanent injury Apprehension is still felt in some sections of future in jury by fly and some reports of re cent injury from this inset are ed The probability of the fly working this season is so we are inclined to the opinion that the injury mentioned is to some other cause OATS Little progress had been made n seeding to April 1 The acreage is estimated at LG per cent of the acreage A number t is report a largely increased acreage but on the whole production of oats has shown a decrease In the State for a number of years past OTHER CROPS Corn planting will be late as a result of the backward season Preparation the soil is now buing pushed with I confined south I u throat only 2 ashes t CIRCLE PILL luxuries torpid beauty Circle wIIEAT injuryat tractable of of couu th C rules FL wElt hats Rid o rove remote at 1854 all possible speed and in the extren e western section of the State somecorn has been planted Indications point to an increased acreage but no esti mate is attempted at this date Preparations are on foot for a large acreage of tobacco and with a favora ble season at setting time and a plen tiful supply of plants we may expect this crop to be a record breaker in point of acreage Plant beds though sown late and so far without season conducive to growth arc in fair con Clover was badly winter killed and pastures and meadows show injury sudden changes and low ature SHEEP AND LAMPS The crop of spring lambs is near an average one notwithstanding the fre quent cold snaps and such cold wet weather occurring at the tinie when the maximum loss might have been sustained The high price of lambs has induced farmers to provide better shelter for their Hocks and the loss was mitigated to some extent by rea son of this fact Feed is scarce past ores are in poor condition and how to keep the lambs in a condition till the grazing season is a serious question now with Hock owners The number of spring lambs living is DO per of the number of average years A loss ot4 per cent of sheep was sustained from dogs during the past year FKUIT PROSPECTS Developments so far show fruit buds in good condition although a number of correspondents consider peaches killed Many peach trees were either killer outright by the cull weather of the winter of 18181 or Lave since died from injury sustained then ItTs al so true that a considerable percentage of peach buds was killed by the cold weather of last winter but is more likely than otherwise that this loss will prove a benefit by ridding the trees of surplus fruit Fruit trees have borne scant crops for the past few years and should be in condition to give excellent results with a season Psesent prospects as compared with the prospect on this date of normal years are for apples 94 peaches 70 pears 82 cherries 89 grapes 91 strawberries 92 Prospects on this date of 1899 were for apples 82 peaches 0 pears 54 cherries 4U grapes 75 strawberries 84 Glorious News Comes from Dr D B of Washita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her Lead and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is complete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have prov ed that Electric Bitters is the best blood puriiier known Its the remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and expels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents S ld by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m HEMP I will plY the cash fcr hemp delivered at s barn in Lancaster or at my home at Hiattsville R M WEST S BEAZLEY Ji lion from thrift cent favorable I el I supreme bow- es G v tom em K rileCar WANTED Duncan J DENTISTTeeth cstr cted without th Vitalized Air Office in pale- S the Ilookout Huiidliur Danville street oppo ita church 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 catalogues to be had on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE ACT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in KentuckySpecial Grass Farms SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co Ire by erJ1D SPRINC ua 1 GaB PARKERS HAIR BALSAMCleanaea and the haIr rromotel a luxuriant growth Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to Its Youthful and hair falling We and too at Drn i Burton s LIVERY I LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale CYCLONE Chesnut sorrel horse 1C hands high bred by Win Powell of Richmond Sired by Old Pea vine will make season of 1UOO at my stable at 800 to insure a wing colt W B BURTON Write to Cozine i Cos CutRate PpirhaIn Agency Louisville Ky for thing you want to buy You can save big money Infj matioii fr e lyr Good Watches Absuiiilcly Free We want your name for PASTIME a bright clean illus rated story and humorous paper forth family circle 1C large pagts only 75c a year on trial 4 months lOco We jrivc a nickle silverwatch to each sub eribtr a neat med ium size watch guaranteed for one year Will keep time for many years as accurately us a 100 watch And we give Gold Watches vies etc Sample Iud particulars free Send us your address tjdiyjf you do no more we will surprise you Beter enclose 5 stmps for trial subscription or IS stamps for watch and paper while the going free Tin PASTIME Pub Co Louisville Ky r Bout Sailer Vu u EUi u Cures nil diseases thenss os medi ClUe A pure Oxygen treatment by ubiorp lieu It cures where every tiling vise falls It needed in every family for it vrll iclleve ev ery weakness or ailment to the most persistent chronic disease and without the use of a grain of medicine Thousands of peopleall over the United States from private citizens to Law yers Doctors Preacher Supreme Judges etc even Crowned Heads of Europe have green written testimonials of these facts of testimonial and matter of great interest with price of Instruments sent fne Every should have au Electropoise It saves mon ey induces health Send your address at once ritd tee what people say who have thoroughly tested Its merits Agents wanted THE ELECTUOPOISE Co 513 4th Sc Loulsvillo Ky lyr Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND mNumberNumber Dailyj Flag 350 a m Number 2 dont stop 3 rGp m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops llM ara Number 5 Dally except Sunday 11 li amNumber 9 Daily except 753 pm Number 3 Mil at ght liar SlL1I FEED our fin mire watche are 1 wlt oat I Ed- Itors fam- Ily I when flljed 11 tf1AB1l Boo d lr 4i k AiDUT CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in effictj Jiinl 1009 STATIONS LvLonisville lest gtcn Winchester S a in 00pm 11 30 si in S TOiun S COam 50pm itll JiJpmi S Uiintr0pm MtSttirlin lV1un 94tipni J 15am 7 m ArWihingtoi 0ain SlOpm PhilHilelphin 0ir nm Now York UMOnn J ftspru opm in MtSterlhiR Miim I Wpm 2J2pm WinchfStur 7 2 Vtmj 4 H m Iii iMopm ArLrxiiutoii ArIonisvlIlH Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY Other trains run laity For die cur or information write or telephone UEOWISvKNKYn i A LKXiNGTON KY A E3 vvEZ = J I g ton JO 7 111 I ItlPlli17 01111 ill re t lair nip i lire rSTAT10N- 5LvNewVurkl h tin L OUpm 7lpul 1vaJti S i ii Oii h lam Sued r little daughter has been to severo croup and often taken with violent at night Dr Bells PineTarHoney is will relieve her I think it is necessary in the household B L Louisville Ky 1 i z 1 JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil and also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to J X iN OTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVI LLE Land Snveryor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster Saturday April 21 1100 One lay only returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Beware We have no agents ORGANIZED 1883 OF LANCASTER ST Capital Surplus road 5O000 1OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HISGIXBOTHAM Preslden LKWIS Y LKAVELL VlocPresideni B F HUDSON Cashles W O RIGSKT Assistant D WALKER Bookieepa DIRECTORS JilHlSOINBOTHAM L2WI8 Y LEATSL- LTM ARNOLD B F HUDSON J JWALKBr Dyspepsia ure Digests what you eat Itarti flcially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon digestive or It is the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in relieves and cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Nausea imperfectdigestionPrepared F P Frisbie En ineerin ITIZEliS lIATION 1 BANK1 tj Cash c Kadol I ans Sick DUNK KENTUCKY t d Natures MOST I have been affected for twentyfive years with a cough and my and that wero mo a miserable lifo I hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine but failed until I used Dr Bells It beats tho werld and has saved life I recommend Dr Bells Pine TarHoney to everybody with weak lung It is a success J B Grantsburg III CAPITAL 5 ooooo t ff WE BRING TO YOU From the Piney Forests of Norway bottle and more doses for 25c than any other but the druggists profit is less some arc persnadtog theiretatomers to bay that Which to them mcss greater profit X O X3 22KtSJSTI do Therefore druggists DON YOU I my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796- at 2 Money due at time of serviceJ ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike willstand s Tr NATIONAL BANK 493 THE LANCASTER KX A R President JNO E STOBME9 Vice C DENNY CashIer T P KODINSON JK Asst Cashr li T EMBKY BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Dennr A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W HKinnalrd INSURANCE Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercliantile W McG JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY LSTCHEEOWSLIY ATTORNEY AT LAW F1IISTCLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE For Congress We are anthorizejl to announce lien George O Gilbert of Shelby county n candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth tits triet su jict to the regular action of Dem ocratic party Mi Y lD Cochran ReDresBntin lIowin GOIDnanies IAfllna LIfe Ins Go gf Hartford Conn r DENT President- S R3KNNAIRD t F0 5 C C f the Na ural Remedy BEWARE In buying Dr Bells PineTar Honey you get as big a DR BELLS PINETARHONEY AND TAKE asro OTHER OF SURPLUS 00000I 10 Improved by Science to a PLEASANT PERMANENT POSITIVE CURE For Coughs Colds and all Inflamed Surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn lungs are exhilarated the microbe bearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and that there is no inclination to cough A COLD A COUGH CONSUMPTION Dr BELLS PiNE TARHONEY soothedso r I havo sold for one year Find it a splendid remedy and Rood seller to Miss Stella Howell of this place who considered to havo She Druggist was consur Uon is noW in good healthJ T GJUSJUK Ill r AT MCROBERTS DRUG STORE LANCASTER ET IIiI III V IF JIj 1D1 1111 JI till h t