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ELVENTH YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher y k l E Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ay as Second Class Hatter 2TO2TZER 5 LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON MAY 3 1900 OXE DOLLAR A YEAR ttIOr 1 4 fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy rawweoeeO aewoeooeweeooeeaoweeooooeeoooeeweooeeeeeoeooeesg 3 Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Handsomest curtains in the city at Josephs R L Jennings Co will pay lOcts a pound for country meat Beautiful line Lace CnrtainsShades and Poles at R L Jennings Co Corn oats and salt H B NOBTHCOTT You should see the Walkover shoes for men the best 8350 shoes in the world Logan Robinson Remember the entertainment to be given by the pretty Nicholasville society girls at the Opera House Fri day night the 11 At dance given at Mason hotel Fri day night a handsome crescent set with pearls Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning same to TIm RECORD office The Equitable Life Insurance Co has a big ad in this issue showing its standing compared with other Read it J E Robinson is the local agent I have firstclass every department in the carriage line and am turning out and best work ever done in Lancaster All work guaranteed W J Romans At Danville Vernon Richardson was given a verdict of 4500 damages against the Louisville Post for pub lishing an item alleged to have re flected on Richardsons conduct as an election officer The Post will appeal Wheat Wanted As agent reliable firm I will pay the highest market price for wheat I will engage a few choice crops now if seen at once to be de livered at threshing time TOM ADAMS tf Bryantsville Ky School Election Three trustees of the graded School are to be chosen next Saturday There are two tickets in the field Onecomposed of T B Robinson W B Mason and R H Tomlinson and the other of Theodore Currey Higginbotham and Dr J B Kin naird The polls open at one oclock line of For Sale Lot companies orkme n tic Dig for a J r s Damages afternoon no- N j I Seed corn on the ear Banks Hud son 419 Handsome black taffets for waists See our lines J Joseph 4 Dr Goldstein will be at the Garrard Hotel Thursday May 17th tf S T Leaveil now has plenty of oats hay and corn on hand for cash Light colored madras cloths French percales and white lawns inabund ance at Joseph In handkerchiefs we lead the van We have them in great profusion Theyre beauties J Joseph Dont be deceived but at the Old Reliable House of T Currey you can get the Best Goods at the lowest prices all the time Just Received A car load of Paris manufactured ice Telephone yoUr order II B ifOKTJICOTT Dr Willits delivered a magnificient lecture in the Opera House Monday night to a good crowd If his advice were followed by some of the sourfaced crabid people of this day it would be well for all A Bustling Firm Caldwell Lanier the Danville merchants have had their representa the Geo Bohon driving over Gar rard this week distributing advertis ing matter part of which is a hand some waiter The people all over the country are talking railroad That goes to show that they are for progress and improve ments Keep the ball rolling gentle men We are going to get that road THE RECORD has never yet mislead you in a prediction and we are doubly confident in what we say now Bro Valtous Enterprise W J Osborne representing the American Type Founders Co was here yesterday and sold THE RECORD office a lot of new type lIe told us he had just closed a contract with Col W P Walton of the Stanford Jour nal to put ih a new tworevolution Campbell news press which goes to show that prosperity has struck oui clever neighbor We congratulate Bro Walton on his success and hope it will not be long before he will have to increase his facilities again r sal for k f CONSCIENCE Some firms think it business to have no conscience sell people any old thing if theyll buy it The only way to have a clean business conscience is to sell such goods that when you meet your customer you can look him squarely in the eye knowing he got dollar for dollar satisfaction We invite careful of our line goods Acceptance of this carries with it no obligation to buy If the goods we show you do not win your admiration and cause you to buy no one will question your judgement All we ask is a an inspection of our wares and we will trust to the merits of the goods and the smallness of our prices to win your patronage THE LOGAN DRY GOODS GO 8USINSS invitation G r I I i i f inspection i itk f 1J S- Urt See Haselden for roofing and gutter ing The City Council meets Monday nightSee J A Beazleys line of wall pa per before buying Dont forget s for harness W S AVe have the swell manish Myles in patent vici kid shoes and J Joseph Horse Wanted Nice buggy horse not over years old J H Kennedy Preachersville If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Joseph has elegant lines ot ladies misses childrens shoes Correct in style and price Professional The undersigned take pleasure in recommending Mr E W Morrow as a thorough and an experienced opti cian We know of his ability to test and tit the eye with glasses his work being entirely satisfactory We ad vise those needing glasses to patronize II C Herring J B Kinnaird- I S Wesley W T Bush II M Grant E Evans 53 1m J M Acton Suggestions The Grand Army of the Republic will assemble within our gates on the 24th and 25th of May when our citizens hope to extend hospisality to the vet eran heroes Possibly of the many visitors may wish to locate in our midst Now in order to make our city attractive let every citizen a committee to see that every old fence and every out house is white washed or painted Urge your neigh bors to clean up their premises remov ing all trash brickbats and stones from yards and streets adjoining Set the example by immediately going to work yourself If you have a neigh bor who is too poor to white wash give him lime and lend him your brush and your assistance if he de sires Let every business man clean up his place of business and use paint and water freely The City Council can improve the appearance of the streets by cleaning up all loose stone and ditching the streets in numerous places The work done on Stanford street is a sample of how much can be done by a little work All our streets should be put in the possible Death of Former Lancaster Lady News was received here last week of the death of Mrs J A Morgan who was Miss Abbie Yantis formerly of this city The family resided at Para gould Arkansas Paragould papers say she was sick only a short timeand the death was a great shock to the community She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs W A Yantis who for many years resided in Lancaster The deceased was an unusually pretty girl and one of rare intellect and fine ed ucation The greater part of her schooling was received at the old Franklin Institute in Lancaster and while in that institution she always stood at the head of classes and re ceived the highest marks in all other departments Like her estimable mother she took a leading part in church work and was an active worker in the cause temperance She leaves beside the husband five small chil dron The griefstricken family have the deepest sympathy from their Jven tucky friends in this great It is heartrending to part with those we love but we should remem ber that God moves in a mysterious way His wonders to perform A Card To the patrons of the Graded School We have been out of town for and we regret exceedingly to learn that certain republicans have reported that politics would get into the school if we were elected trustees and that opposition will not lose a republican vote We hold the school to be too sacred for such an and we are able to prove that leading republicans were asked to sup port us at the beginning which de monstrates that our hands are clean in the matter of bringing politics into the race Wo are interested in the school for our children and the gen welfare We are in the interest of no party faction or faculty but if elected we will consider experience credentials and general fitness in the selection of teachers for the of the school We would favor no changes unless they would be for tho proper interest and of the school The office is not very lucrative but s nee unjust issues haye been thrust into the campaign we ask your and in doing the best for our own children which we would surely do your children would be equally benefited We were not aware that men of our political convictions were ineligible to hold the office of school trustee as you have some democrats on the board Very Respectfully T B ROBINSONR W B MASON y w ar oncans become bestcondition sometime our oral advancement clear support five him some more bereavement issue advancement s Seed corn on the ear Banks Hud 419 Just received a new line neckwear Logan Robinson i it Red Ash Bluegem and Brilliant coal for cash cheap J C Moss 22tf Clean up your premises Read what the board of health has to column If you want a new carpet war can get it for you and save you money J Joseph Sweet Potato Plants I have a lot of extra nice ones for sale at reasonable prices Geo Smith We have on display the prettiest line of parasols ever exhibited in Kentucky See them They are beauties y An Old Coin Mrs Dr ONeal of this city has a Spanish coin bearing the date of 1441 This coin was made six years before the birth of Christopher Columbus making it four hundred and fiftynine years old It was found in Garrard near the site of the old Drakes Creek Baptist first church built in the State of Ken tucky It is a rare and valuable specimen It is supposed that it was once the property of some old Virginia settlers whose ancestors vere English music Festival The Louisville Music Festival to be given May 14th 15th and IGth will bring together the greatest singers of the New York Metripolitan Opera Company who can be heard at prices as reasonable as any ordinary theatri cal attraction Marcella Sembrich Lillian Nordica and Leonora Jackson are a trinity of stars who can be heard together nowhere else In addition the corps of minor artists includes Ben Davis Sara Anderson Evan and other popular favorites The Boston Festival Orchestra and the Music Club Chorus will present three great compositions SQUARE IN TIlE FACE We are now in clear sight and view of the railroad which we all want and at the point of losing ijfc Those owning land through which the road if built is to run have become some what liberalized in regard to the rights of way hub they are yet beyond the reach of the money raised The mon ey raised is yet far below the require ments and unless the of money and the owners of land can be brought much nearer together we will soon learn that the road which is sure to be built over some route has gone through a county whose people know how to appreciate the value of a railroad It is said by many that TIlE ROAD IS SUItE TO BE BUILT AND WE WILL GET IT AND DAMAGE ALSO This view is pressed and impressed on theta by those unfavorable to the Garrard county route This would be an in telligent view if there were no other route over which the road could be constructed But it is not intelligent by any means when it is considered that it is only a choice of routes with the advantages naturally in our favor but with money offers enough in favor of the other route to overcome those advantages GOOD PEOPLE WHAT ARE you GONG TO DO Tins is YOUR VERY LAST CHANCE Examine a map a railroad map or any other map and you will see that our county is not on the line of any railroad now pro jected or that is ever likely to be con struced If we fail to get this road we are left out side in stead of having rival roads through our county to compete against each other in shipment of freights at the same time giving us nil the obvious advantages our substance will always be absorbed by neighboring counties each drawing our trade and freight shipments away from us thus depriv ing us of the money which we should spend at home and of home markets which it is the duty of every citizen to encourage and build up Come up now in the spirit of liberality or lay down a few dollars in money or a few acres of land and get it all back fourfold or demand damages and lose out entirely The building of the road is promised Only on the CONDI TION WE GIVE THE RIGHT OF WAY We our means to secure the right of way are not able to pay the prices in the way of damages IT WILL REQUIRE FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR TO CONSTRUCT TUB ROAP THROUGH GARHAItD COUNt TV The farmer will find that at least twenty thousand dollars must be expended by the railway company for each mile of road constructed through his laud expended right on his farm The men who construct the road the stock used in hauling must be fed and stone timber c must be in the construction and every one so situated who does not get back more than he contributes in the way of money or right of way should sell his farm to one who can A word to the wise is sufficient WILLIAM HERNDON son sayin another Jr tf Central J Joseph county churchthe just twocontribu tors trackedand rather who are willing to give of consumed t Williams THAT demanded some 3 a Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor See our line of uptodate neckwear Logan Robinson Some strictly new cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 419 The clang of the icemans bell will soon be heard upon the streets about a m Country lard and hams at Grfines Ball and will continue to buy all brought to us at highest market price Whitewash your fences and Painting the house dont fill the bill Have everything looking neat by the time the G A R comes Preaching at Freedom Rey John M Bruce will preach at Freedom chnrch next Sunday at 11 Our Prices Bare not A We sell you any l Buggy Phaeton or IWadwagon at old prices W J Romans I have a little unpaid school tax on 1899 books If not paid by the 10th day of May levies will be made and property sold as the law directs Come and pay and save cost 42Gtf E W HARRIS Collector Former Garrard Boy J W Evans a former Garrard boy orders THE RECORD sent to him at Oakland Cal He says he has been abroad for the last five years lIe left this county some twelve or fifteen years ago Officially Notified The local Club has received official notice from the Louisville Commer cial Club that will come to Lancaster on the 25th take part in the big ann be our guests They w 1 bring Eichorns band and come on a special train The local club has to use the two lodge rooms a platform being run between the rear windows In one room the guests will be entertained and lunch served hi the other A special committee with Col Jno W Miller as chairman has this matter in hand save the guests and committee will be to these rooms and the usual quota of hangerson wl o expect to get a free lunch and free trimmings will be shut out in the cold Everythhig possible will be done for the comfort of the guestsand they will be given a genuine Garrard county reception m n of NotIce parade bone I I outbuildings vane d Surrey arranged admitted Get Haselden repair your metal roofs Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper See our line of straw hats all the latest styles Logan Robinson Maclfmctaecdlcs and oils for twenty different nfaChines at J C Thomp sons Call and see our pretty Carpets and Mattings Prices very low R L Jennings Co Altcttloi Farmers The Blue Grass Grocery buys your produce for cash or will give you more goods in trade than any other house in town Horse shoeing a specialty Crooked feet corrected contracted heels corns interfering etc remedied All kinds of hand made shoes at Gonns shop The Louisville Commercial Club will bring Eichorns band of twenty men with them Thnrll be music in the air when old Eich opens up and dont you forget it Or the Right In preparing to entertain the G A R and the Louisville Commercial Club none have been more generous than the genial proprietors of the Pil grimage Distillery of this city The manager Col Jno W Miller inform ed the firm of what was on foot and received by refurnHnail the most contributions that could be ex pected Not only in this but in ev ery other enterprise put on foot have they come to the front with haadsome donations When it is ccupidered that not a member of the resides in Lancaster this is a liberality that is commendable indeed James B o ville Journal telephoned THE Rcc OID yesterday arrangements had been completed for the presentation in this city Friday the litli of the Romans Congress of lW which was so successfully given in Nicholas yule The play given by about twenty of Xicholasvillus pretty suck ty girls Those who saw it say it is beyond all doubt the best anictticr performance they ever witnessed Further particulars will be given in next issue Our citizens will give the young ladies a crowded house A good many local hits arc brought out in the Congress which will make it all the more enjoyable f Fro our Steal the Xicholaf willbe Bind liberal fir 1 I tit iy- r Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and Satisfaction J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors lPin Roofing1l 1i fJ1lt U 11 I guaranteed sa iiU o lr Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of rpetsFurniture Hli Pvtliias Knights of Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWIXEBROAD KR S rr day I IILOCAL TIME TABLES SouthbndX i ted passes Lancaster 1110 A M Northbnd Mixed 3 5 p M Nortbbnd Fassgr A M Sutuh bnd 122SAM 25 tfitfi llfl tirfJr 0fffiJt0t0 t0 r0 0t0i8t8 R0t070v r0 I The Same Oln Story Th Alvj Y lioV 0 lei 1i lt More for your mon ey at Logan Robinsons than anywhere else isfaction more style more returns to you in every way As biggest buyers and the biggest sellers in town we are able to keep public interest centered in this store with new special fea tures every few days Note those in this ad and come promptly and take advantage o f I satoI 0 o r 0 I I I I them c them mentioned Q Our line of 10 Suits Please You 4 Our 12 and 15 suits are THE SWELL KIND the kind which causes people to turn and look at you and say There goes a welldressed man Just as well have fash ionable garments when you are buying They cost no more look better wear better feel better are better MAKE A SPECIALTY OF LA DIES FINE FOOTWEAR OUR WALKOVER SHOES FOR MEN ARE BEST ON THE MARKET at 350 B tFiv nollar Snit on EarthI I Our 75O SUits are Wonders I l 2 o- WE 0 t0J p Q 0 fri f c t n LINE OF COLOR ED SHIRTS 50C 1 Coras and gel 9 TTaZ Fm 1 I uD t a I 2 I I Robinson po Logan s o SS r jISPECIAL No 2- ForWesk BeginingMondayMayT00 FRENCH BREAKFAST COFFEE AT lie LB The regular price is 14c and its worth 20c at any other store FINEST BAftTLET PEAES Put up in heavy syrup A 20c can for 9c ANOTHER STUNNER READ AND WONDER NICE EVAPORATED APPLES Pound You never bought em for less than 8 I 3 anywhere YOURS FOR CASH Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr 5 PER CALIFORNIA At 4c a Blue e CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LANDKA3T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YFJIB IN ADVANCE TERMS Six MONTHS THBBK THURSDAY MAY 3 19 During the past week every land owner with one or two exceptions has signed an agreement as to his damages by reason of passing over his land They have been exceedingly reasonable in their demands and those hustling for the road are doubly encouraged thereby Those making up the money have met with good success and arc pushing the work right along This is a where every and child in Garrard county is interested There are no big Ikes to boss the matter and reap the reward It will come to the door of everyone Jt means cheap er provisions for your family and more for what you have to sell This is as plain as the nose on your face THE RECOIID does not go to vouldbeknovitalls for information but to a source that is wholly reliable and indisputable to learn that this road is coming through Garrard if she will give the company the land upon which to build its tracks There has been a little at Dar ville and some of her citizens are very enthusiasticon the subject but when Garrard hands over the rightofway Boyle will not stand as much showing as a snowball in a At Stan ford they are not moving a peg Two roads have already come their way without a dollars donation from Lin coin and they are sitting still that history will repeat itself Yre have that road by the horns with a downhill pull and by a little liber ality upon the part of our citizens it will be in operation here within TIlE RECORD under its present management has pulled for a number of improvements and we will say that we were never more of anything than we are that the people will have this road running through Garrard within the time stated above Till Cynthiana Democrat says are but mortals after all Admi nil Deweys proposed candidacy is now said to be due to his rage at not hav iig been paid 10000 as a member of the Philippine commission in to his salary as Admiral made an ass of himself kissed away his reputation is officially accused of cowardice at San Juan The only hero who has stood up is Schley and theadmin istration tried to ruin him He has been sent somewhere in almost out of the world How the mighty do fall One year ago George Dewey could have been made president of the nation almost without opposition Today he is gal loping over the country trying to get the nomination The old saying Strike while the iron is was especially true in Bro Deweys this day of sensational happenings a hero doesnt last much longer than a good cigar A Frightful Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arj pica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers 2o cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Circuit Judge Tarvin has granted an injunction restraining the Coving ton Council from enforcing the com pulsory vaccination ordinance Piles are not only mist painful but also very dangerous as the inflamed nodules are very apt to take on nant action and of the rectum is produced They should be cured TABLERS BUCKEYE will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes n g T fiI 2 the Southerl matter county hurry bal eoren thinking twelvemonths confident heroes addition Sampson Roosevelt theSouth Atlantic hot case- In Blunder Eruptions cancer I LO illS uuul Oman money M ntali OINTME on N a F j PKEACIIEUSVILLE The prospects are very favorable for a wheat crop G A Slier has gone to the after stock Richard Robinson bought hogs a few days age at 4c A J Thompson bought two nice 2 yearold steers for 80 Hutchin Bros bought a nice heifer from John Cress for 15 J B J L Hutchins bought four nice springer cows for 143 W P Grimes bought some nice year ling steers for 1050 per head J J Thompson bought hogs from Williams of Rockcastlj county for four cents Farmers arc about done planting corn and report the ground in better condition than usual Mr Bfcmett who is jailer of Whit ley was here a few days ago looking aft his farm Brown Cress brought a bunch of nice hogs n the mountains last week and same to J L Me Carley for Frank Parish son of Pate who has been sic for some time critical condition lIe is not expected to live but a short time LATEU Mr Parish died Tuesday morning Funeral services wete held here after which the remains were taken to Lancaster lion interment Arrangements have been completed by which stock of all kinds will be sold here on Saturday before the 4th Monday in May Stock men will please take notice and govern them selves accordingly the stuck will be here Children who weak fretful or troublesome be given a few doses of WHITES CREAM VERM1 FUGE They will then become strong healthy and active rosy cheeksbright eyes will be happy and laughing all the day long Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes Mrs J J Thompson of this place and Mrs James White of Mt were visiting at Rowland Monday F Cumins and wife were visiting at Rev Whites Sunday Philip Pettus and wife and J F Cumins of Stanford were visiting at F Puttus Saturday Messrs F and David Thompson were visiting friends at Goshen Sunday Editor Waters of the Lincoln Democrat was here Saturday making arrangements for a correspondent to his paper from this place Alas ll v Soon Forgotten Is an ache or a pain or trouble of any kind when one is well rid of it and if it happens to be Headache or Stomach Trouble that bothers you take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and you will not only forget you ever had it but will know that you are not liable to have it again The dose is small and it is pleasant to take McRoberts Drug Store MP HEBROX Mrs Peachie Grow is on the sick list Dennie Scott sold a cow and calf to Mote Scott price 50 Miss Ada Preston who has been dangerously ill with pneumonia is convalescing Charles Duncan and G A Bruce sold some hogs to J B Bourne jj few days ago at 4 cents per lb Science has found that rheumatism is doused by uric acid in the blood This poison should be excreted by the kidneys No rheumatism with healthy kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure makes them well C C J E Stormes Rev A S Copass of Louisville has accepted the call at Mt Hebron church We believe him to be a true Christian and by the help of God we hope he willmake us a lIe will preach On the second Sunday and fourth Saturday and Sun day Wlien the liver fails to secrete bile the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties the digestion becomes im paired and the bowels constipated HERBINE has a direct action on the liver and excretory organs and a few doses will cure any case of biliousness Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes n mountains some 5 corm fr sot the k W T R faithfu pastor C C shoo lent arc should C Venn C S rd Shin r t is M is G BRYANTSFILLE Call find see the new line of Haseldens Preaching at the Methodist church on the second Sunday night Elder Allen will fill his at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr Bent Ilobomb is erecting a dwelling on his lot recently purchasedv Tint Middleton bought of Gilbert Turner a horse 5yearsold for forty five dollars i Mrs Haselden receives goods on Wednesdays and Saturdays She has a beautiful lino and will sell them as cheap as any town Call and see them Mr Tom Woods died at his home at Camp Dick Robinson on the 30th of April He was a good citizen and neighbor His remains were intered at the Fork church Cyclists should always carry a bottle of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT in case of accident if applied It will subdue the pain swelling and discoloration and quickly heal the wounds Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes Hogan is visiting her brother in Lincoln who is quite ill Mrs Dr Armstrong is at the bedside of her sill father in Anderson county Miss Lulie Burk and brother Oatley are visiting their grand mother for a few days this week Mrs John and children were the guests of her Mr Nit Elliott spending several weeks with his brother Dr Elliott Mrs Smith Wil Hams of Burgin visited Mrs Norris Saturday last Mrs Richardson of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Mary Berkele Mrs Fannie Bryant and Mrs J X Dunn will visit jelatives in Lancaste this week Mr Alfred Boner and Miss Knight county will be married on the 8th of May also Mr Marshal Scott and Miss Lane will be married at Mt plivct the 9th of May An ICpIclcjilIc orWlioopiiig Cough Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my children the disease having severe coughing spells We had used Chamberlains Cough Remedy very successfully for croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the cough and effected a complete cure John E Clifford Proprietor Norwood House Norwood N Y This remedy for sale by R E McRoberts drug gist 1m Mr P Grow bought of Jas Bourne a milk cow for 5f Messrs L M Crutchfield and David Clure have taken the contract to re pair Scotts Fork schoolhouse Rev T II Coyle filled the pulpit at Scotts Fork Sunday and Sunday night He will also preach next 4th Sunday The members of Scotts Fork church Mitchell as Superintendent Miss M Saunders Sect and Messrs F C S Saunders and Miss Tone Land as teachers Let all the people come and bring their children and we an interesting school we meet at halfpast nine A jr Sunday Dont forget to come and the time to meet Let every one come Nine chances in ten its your kid neys that need attention if you dont feel well Foleys Kidney Cure healthy and will well C C J E Stormes Mrs John Pollard and Miss Mary Huffman of Marksbury spent from Saturday until Sunday with Mrs Mat tie Land and Mr and Mrs Jack who spent Sunday with Mrs Land Miss Edna Scott and Messrs Sam Duncan and Henry Montgomery of Mt Hebron attended preaching here Sunday Misses Edith Mont and Emma Naylor of Judson Stella Broaddus of McCreary Edna Scott of Mt Hebron visited the Misses Saunders Sunday Mrs Saunders spent from Friday until with her mother Mrs Jane Walker of Hanly Pneumonia follows lagrippe never follows the use of Foleys Hon ey and Tar the great throat and lung remedy C C J E Stormes I MABKSBDBY Mr T I Herring one of our welltc do farmers sheared nineteen sheep averaging 7 lbs per sheep Isaac Baughman wishes to announce to the public that he will exhibit his hemp machine at his home on Boones Creek Saturday May 5 The remains of Mr Tom Woods were interred in the Fork cemetery Tuesday May 1 He leaves four chil dren to mourn his loss We extend sympathy to the little orphans Mrs Catherine Aldridge of Lancas ter is visiting her son H D Aldridge Jennie and Annie Perkins spent last Sunday with their cousin Miss Nellie Johnston ham and Miss Elsie Brown of Kirks vine attended preaching at the Fork church Sunday Mrs Wm son and little son of Oklahoma will spend the summer with her mother and father Mr and Mrs J B Kemper Miss May Philips is visiting Miss Lula Simpson Messrs Robert Fox and Robert Rout attended Sam Jones lecture at Danville last Monday eve ning Master Roger Aldridge aged sevencaught a fish weighing 4 lbs a few days ago To heal a Hurt Use Banner Salve the great healer Its guaranteed for cuts piles and skin diseases C C J E Stormes e PS llr er I I I 1 dusters at J S appointment of Mr Folder immediately prevent Ballard sister Sunday contracted STONE organized Land insure es make you I Turner I I gomery C S Saturday but I I Plisses Dr J II I I I I nest Mir amie vial kidny S afte noun D Ann wounds l n ores rin I ly is That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if used Dr Rings New Life Pills Thou sands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m HcCREARY J D Hardin bought a horse fi0m Riley Bradley for 50 W 0 Hardin bought a pair of mules from John Hill paying two mares and gio Mr and Mrs P G visited their daughter at Stanford last week and their little neice Miss Maud Per accompanied them home Coley Galley is going to Colorado for his health Mr and Mrs W II Beax ley and little Milley visited Mrs Hill Mr Wesley Walker and wife visited Mrs John Walker Sunday Mrs Bob Embry and little Pert Elkin spent several days with Mrs Eliza Salter last week Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes tongne coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradual growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up a friend advised trying Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a wen man I know they saved my life and robbod the grave of another No one should fall to try them Only 50cts guaranteed at McRoberts Drugstore 1m Who Sanitation of our Community The health of the City of Lancaster depends upon a perfect sanitary con dition of the streets premises and the Board of Health deem it wise to colt the attention of the general pub he to this fact The time of the year for the propagation of contagious particularly cholera typhoid fever dysentery etc is here and if we wish to avoid these deadly epidem itS it would be well to to the hjgenic condition of our every year Lancaster is with several cases of typhoid fe ver and other contagieus diseases and it will generally be found due to some visitation of the uses of sanitation while these diseases could to some ex tent be evaded if these rules were not disregarded The board of health empowered with the statutory right to enforce these conditions and we take this way to call the attention of the public to this fact It is a that should require calling of the public attention and should not demand any compulsion The general interest that every one has for the welfare of the community should alone be sufficient inducement It is the duty of the cityauthotities to see that all the streets and alleys are thoroughly cleansed and all owners to have their premises including all the outhouses sewers c properly cleansod and disinfected The best and cheapest disinfectant should alwavs be used after cleaning are carbolic acidand the chloride of lime The keeping of hogs within pens in the town limits after the first of May is prohibited by a special act of the City Council and is one of the j greatest dangers and most prolific sources of contagion A member of the board of health will visit all property owners of the city of Lancaster and see that they observed in the strictest sense these rules of sanitation and hygiene Written by order of the County Board of Health J B KlXNAIItD I S WESLEY II M GICANT MAY 1 1900 The penitentiary chair shops at Frankfort were destroyed by fire Sun day night The loss is estimated at 000 with insurance of 30000 The fire will leave GOO convicts idle A Follower of many in stances a persistent cough follows an attack of measels In speaking of this Mr Walter B Beel editor of the Elkin N C Times says Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles which left me with a bad cough I took several doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the cough has en tirely disappeared I consider Cham berlains medicines the beston the market For sale by R E McRob erts druggist 1m The managers of the telegraph com panics at Frankfort in compliance with court orders are making copies of all telegrams sect by certain Re publicans just preceding and about the time of the Goebel assassination DeWitts Little Early Risers are the finest pills I ever used D J Moore Millbrook Ala They quickly cure all liver and bowel trouble F p Frisbie Pharmacy 1m Judge R J Breckinridge became Attorney General defactoand dejure Saturday by the failure of Judge Pratt the republican claimant to a supersedeas bond It was an nounced several days ago that Pratt had abandoned the contest but he could have taken it up igain at any time prior to Saturday midnight by executing a supercedeas bond Breck inridge is at Danville and will tale his office as soon as he returns being no longej in contest r 0 75 j I I i ti I sour orner sunken Fortunately Electric decided victim diseases our attention townAlmost visited I I condition units Iprop- erty I I I MeaselsIn I execute tl r I Dl Pinch aid have hi I c of the the to in at a R National Educate onal Association Great Meeting at Charlesoa S JULY 713 THE QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE The great line to the Southeast mnkos low rule for the occasion Chattanooga and AshvlIIe visited This great convention meets each year dur ing the summer vacation for the discussion of educational problems for social intercourse and for the opportunity it afford each year to visit at a low rate places of Interest hi parts of the United States With this plan In view the meeting last year was held at Los Angeles It meets this year at Charleston S The benefits accuring therefrom go not only to the teacher but alsD to the pupils who after all perhaps the greatest gainers from the rest theteacier gets and from the increased capacity for work with winch he returns from the meeting The meeting this year at Charleston Is one special import Since the trying days of Reconstruction period the educators north and south been rather slow about till cemenciug process which has gone on more rapidly with other classes but the wonderful display of enthusiasm upon the part of the southern teacher in working for the success of the Charleston meeting Indicates au entire y new era in the history of the American School and gives promise that the Charleston meeting will be the greatest convention of the N E A that has ever taken place in its history It is said that a membership of over five thousand is already assured from the Southern States AS a meeting place Charleston is of nunsial Interest to students of history particularly that of the Revolt lonary period Tftu first colony in South Carolina was established In 1070 the great John Locke preparing the scheme of government In the War of the Revolution the State was a leader among the thirteen colonies and it still points with un diminished pride to such names as Kings Mountain Camded and Tort Mon tie The latter and more unfortunate lays of COs are marked too by many a brave and straggle against the Inevitable All this is to be seen in the present modern city in many interesting landmarks from his tonic St Michaels and the statue of Calhoun the great modern defences iccently erected which make the harbor the most completely defended on our great Coat line Charleston iu summer is delightful The floral display in city gardens and along the country drives is said to excel ia beauty and attractiveness anything that is produced else where in the United States The cOTitinuons incoming breeze from the sea keeps the pleasant on the warmest days Xo sunstrokes or stilling heat are here to be foun 1 such as conventions often labor under northern inland cities The trip to Charles ton from the north via the Queen Crescent Route and its connecting lines is as as the visit to the city itself National Eduational Association tickets via the Queen C esceut Route are so arrang ed that one eau visit Chattanooga Chick mauga Military Park and Lookout Mountain as well as the mountain city of Ashville and the famous Laud of the Sky The stop over privileges onjth se tickets are most complete indeed and the historic points at Chattanooga as well as in the Bluo Grass and the Cumber laud Plateau are quite as great as those found Charleston W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati is pre paring a very interesting lot of printed matter with maps and illustrations in abundance se ting forth the tiling that are of most inter est to the teacher both at Charleston and en route Every teacher in the country should see to it that a supply of this printed mutter is Iu his hands at once whether he expects to make the trip to Charleston or not It will be of interest In either case Friday last a string of export sheep was weighed up in the Yards to a buy er who contracted for them some weeks ago at 5 He could have taken seventyfive cents a hundred pounds profit on his bargain right there There are 10000 in the lot contracted for and the profit looks from this angle like a big one They are to be delivered in the next four weeks Breeders Ga zeste I consider it not only a pleasure but duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure effected in my case by the timely use of Chain berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 was taken very badly with flux and procured bottle of this A few doses of it effected a per manent cure I take pleasure in rec ommending it tNothers suffering from that dreadful disease J W Lynch Dorr W Ya This remedy is sold by E McRoberts druggist 1m The Christian is the name of a Chicago restaurant conducted on Bi ble principles Its proprietor is a re formed drunkard and he is making a success of his novel enterprise He has decorated his walls with scriptur al quotations holds gospel Saturday evenings the place on Sundays The twloffare bears familiar texts RED CIRCLE PILL SPACE JUST LIKE SANDBAGGING Is the effect of appoplexy It is a hemorrhage of the brain most often due to a congested liver The Red Circle Pills unstop the liver and re the congestIon WHEN TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL Send for the doctor you have been ill for a long time take Red Cir cle Pills Its the liver thats wrong Theyll make it right and na ture will do the rest YOU ARE SWALLOWING A GNAT And straining at a camel when you take iron for bad health A sick stom ash cannot digest plain food it cannot digest iron Take 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 A HEALTHY BEVERAGE If you dont drink too much of it When you do drink too much can take the swelling out of your head with a Red Circle Pill A TON OF GOLD Is small compensation for a mans health Less than a drachm of it will pay for the health in a few boxes of Red Circle Pills Stermes drug store 4 C diverse e j defense temperature interesting remedy meetings- on When generally certainly of ityou en route are hat atone Con pcus S S a closes hey e something YJLJ We have it and guarantee ev ery gallon Drug Store Spring Weight Its a great mistake to change your Underwear from the heavy weight to weight at 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 about now and wear it until the weather gets really change to the thin Summer weight We 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 THE GLOBE Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY A S WILSOX P M II President C M KENNEDY PM H Secretary The Richmond School and Infirmary Of MAGNETIC HEALING and SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS Every Known Disease Cured aWithout Medicine or Surgery ly O We have made many marvelous cures in Madison and Garrard Counties Note some of the following Mrs E S Madison Co severe case Sciatic Mrs N B C Kingston Indigestion gas on stomach dropsy etc etc Miss J D E Richmond Indigestion Constipation Neuralgia etc Miss R N Richmond Paralixed arm and limb Mr M E M Richmond Kidney trouble impaired eyesight Mrs M E D Madison Co Female trouble constipation etc Mrs W E H Red House Indigestion constipation neuralgia The above are only a few of our many cures We can furnish you with dozens of others on application Our living testimonials are our best ones We have them right here in Garrard Co and Lancaster We have a Branch Office in Lancaster and are glad to consult all suffering humanity free of charge Office over Zimmers Restaurant Lancaster Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m We also treat diseases at a distance Satisfaction Guaranteed Come and see us MASTIC MIXED PAINT iT 000000000000000000000010000 MoRoberts uV E1tl E 1t onceits warmthen K U itv Sri n 1 000N r Winter Summer i C Richmond f Rheumatism established 1 Public Sale Fine Residence And Building Lots On Tuesday May22 193D I will otTer at public sale on the premises residence with land adjoining situated in Danville Ky The house Is excellent brick and cut stone building of 12 rooms fronted with age stone portico with tessjllated marble loon large porches bath room water closet flne dry and has large and nil other necessary outbuildings Gus cud hot and cold water throughout the house and also a large never lading spring and two good cisterns in yard The beautiful high nUll healthful location with flue lawn is too well known to need de scription With house is 3500 Front Feet of Lots of good depth facing on streets and all within five to seven minutes walk of the business of town In the past years over 30 handsome resi fences have been built on streets facing this property I have repeatedly refused offers for siugle lots but now offer property as a whole Capital can find no safer or more profitable iL vestmentTerms liberal and made known on day of sale Buyers can iussect property at any time prior to sale by calling on or addressing J H Otter ovroer or N K TUNIS Real Estate Agt Danville Ky m cellars barn part few i1m I will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of serviceJAROBIKSOX Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike ORGANIZED 1883 RATIONAL BANK LAHfJABTER rT Capital Surplus Fund S5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention G 1 1C HioaiNBOTHAx Preilden IdYlS Y LIAVXIL VicePresident Cashier W O BIQHBT Assistant Cashr CD WALKIS Bookkoepei s DIRECTORS JMHIOOINBOTHAM LXTTIS Y LUYXLL TMABKOLD HUDSON Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster Thursday May 17 1900 One day only returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted BewareWe have no agents I I CITIZEN r B HUDSON B F F JJWrssr r y SPRING l cI CJ A T G P f 1 i r 7 ra rr s I i Y SOW IS TAE TIME PAINTS OIL VARNISHES 1 0 I S P 0 N S3 1 Dont forget the Place FRISBIES PHARMACY Corner Richmond I Try us and be Convinced x and Public Square Lancaster Our are A C HAM S E S CI Street prices Right HUSHES ILI ET I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MAY 3 1900 ROUT people Richard Ryan the contractor was here Sunday Mrs Wm George is visiting her in Bristol Tenn Mrs Samuel ITasclden is visiting her parents in Nieholusvillc lion R H Tomlinson has returned from a business trip to the west Misses Kate and Grace Kinnaird visited friends in Danville yesterday Miss Altic Marksbury was the hos tess to the cinch club Friday evening Mrs Jack Venetta and children of Danville are guests of Isaac Myers Mrs Alice Lusk of Huston ville has been visiting Lancaster friends this weekJames Crow Dillon has returned from a weeks visit to his sister in Cin cinnati Mrs Kennedy of Lexington has been visiting her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Herbert Rommel of Danville has accepted a position with Logan Dry Goods Co Mrs George McRoberts and Mrs Ed Moritz of Stanford were visitors here Friday Several Red Men will go to Lex ington next week to attend their grand lodge meeting Miss Jennie Burnside left Monday for Lexington to visit her friend Miss Letitia Brown Ed Doty has returned from the hospital in Stanford very much im proved in health Mrs Frank Bacon of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mr John Anderson and wife Mr W B Mason and wife are in Ilillsboro 0 visiting Rev II N Faulconer and wife Mrs GS Gainesand laughter Miss Julia Mae have returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Rev John M Bruce of Boyle filled Rev J C Massees pulpit Sun day morning and evening Miss Florence Harris has returned from a delightful visit to Centralia Mo Louisville and Elizabethtown Mr L O Smith a firstclass car riage workman of Richmond has ac cepteda position with W J Romans ors Yates Hudson of Marcellus and Miss Rosa Hudson of Louisville were visiting Mrs Banks Hudson last week Mary Grimes who has been ill for several months is much improved and was able to visit friends in town this week Shelby Sentinel Hon G G Gil bert returned to his Congressional du ties at Washington D C last Satur day morning Little Mary Barnes Browning who has been visiting her aunt Miss Allie Anderson has returned to her home in Lexington Mr Jake Kourtz who has been in charge of the bottling department at the Pilgrimage distillery returned to r 1 i r Miss I I I 000000000 oooaaaoooodaotrtrooococ r o0ooocooo0aooooooo00aoooaoaod00dooot I 1 f parents i I I i M 7 t I i u Cincinnati this week Judge W E Walker has sullicient ly recovered from his recent illness to resume his duties as storekeeper at the Pilgrimage distillery Ben Herndon is spending a few days with his father Capt Herndon He will go back on the road as railway mail clerk in a short time Col R L Slade has been in this city for several days in the interest of the Endowment Rank of the K Ps He has been honored several high ollices in the order and is a prominent knight Stanford William Totten and granddaughter Miss 7s el ite Riy of Lancaster were guests at J L Tottens Ira Grimes and fam ily of Garrard were with Mr and Mrs S R Cook Gen D R Collier came home from Frankfort Thursday night having re ceived a painful wound in his hand by the accidental discharge of a revolver he was showing to a friend The wound is not a serious one and will soon heal up A II Rice and wife left Tuesday for Nashville where they will reside They will go to New tine latter part of attend the grand convention of the T P A where Mr Rice was fortunate to be chosen delegate Lexington Leader Mrs McFar land wife of Capt Wm C McFarland of New York will arrive Tuesday for a visit to her sister Mrs Woodford Dunlap of Davidson Court Mrs Mc Farland will remain in Kentucky for about three weeks visiting relatives at Woodburn Frankfort and Lancas ter with Mr Dunlaps as the central point A letter from Casey Owsley convevs the gratifying news tha t he is rapidly regaining his health and is on the high road to recovery Ills post is still Midland Texas but he is now on a ranch some 85 miles beyond that point in Mexico He is rough ing it and says lie feels better than he has for several years A very enjoyable dance was given at the Mason hotel Friday evening Those present were Misses Eugenia Bush Eugenia Fissinger Maggie Tom linson Julia Mae Gaines Christine Bradley Altie Marksbury of Lancas ter and Annie Belle Woods and Tevis Carpenter of Stanford Messrs Kinnaird Marksbury Para Burnside Shugars Francis Doty Jones of Paint Lick Sam Embry Spalding Leachem Ashby Warren George Sautley of Stanford Mr and MrsJ E Stormes Mr and Mrs A II Rice Mr and Mrs Louis Landram A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Mc Roberts Drug Store every bottles guaranteed 1m by JournalJudge permanently Orleans to office Hern- don Cureit I trouble May Swill Tile Way to Get Money Is to save it The way to save it is to buy your MILLINERY from NOEL SISTERS We carry a large stock and give LOW ER PRICES than our competitors there fore we save you money if you will try us OOOOo I THE guaranteeto 6 i 6 i r r A j Henry Duncan does only highclass barbering I am agent for the Ilayworth check row Corn planter for Garrard I F RouT Marksbury Ky house for Rent In Middlesboro addition Apply to R M West or 7 Joseph tf Ice Ice Ice I have at my old stand manufactur ed ice at reduced prices 320 T S ELKIN Grasp fur Kent I have 130 acres of grass well wa tered to rent for balance of year 420 II SINGLETON I am now ready to paint and repair your surreys buggies phaetons c Work firstclass prices A big lot of beautiful samples of wall paper Please call and examine before buying elsewhere Latest styles Mrs Toni Wherritt Hay For Sale I have 8000 pounds of clover and timothy hay baled for sale in quantities to suit purchasers T A Elkin Lancaster tf To School Trust en I now have the census reports ready for Please call at once and secure copies of same tf Elisa J Lusk Supt Smitl Currey Agents for Dan wine Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Ollice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Come and see Wanamakers all wool goods at bottom prices Fits and satisfaction guaranteed Give me a call M D Hughes Horse shoeing a specialty All dis orders of the foot corrected of corns contracted heel sand cracks c free to regular J B CONN Pea Sticks Ihave large quantity of goodstrong canes now ready for delivery Call on me on Totten avenue Canes 20 cts per hundred Jno Floyd 3t For six dollars we offer year three papers the combined price of which is 000 The Morning Herald of Lexington The Kentucky Stock Farm and TIlE CENTRAL RECORD Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise delin quents and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Town Lots In Bryaiitftvllle for Salo Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville or particulars tf IAS HILLS For Sale or My house at Lowell and 4 acres of land All in repair and under good fence Splendid water Call on or address MRS CLARA E BETTIS 322lm Lowell Ky 1 have for tip top Threshing outfit Traction Engine Straw Stack er Separator and water wagon Will make fo suit purchaser Come and see it before you buy J I HAMILTON Spring Flowers and Bulbs The Lancaster Green Horse is ready to supply anything wanted in this line A nice assortment of Roses including 10 Varieties of 12 and 3 year old at from 5cts Up in price 35 of the best varities or Geraninms in 3 sizes at from 50to 150 per dozen Anything you want in the bedding line Colms Petunias Verbenas Cannas and a fine lot of basket and rare plants As an inducment to parties wanting bedding plants and Roses I will deliver and and plant all orders of reasonable size The Lancaster Green House O C HEBERLINO Prop r 1LUOODOOOO OOO H4UOOO reasonableJ or10000 All Treatment customers for one Notice to Taxpayers Rent For Sale o t00d0 64JO06000000004000000 hOCRU count and pond N delivery Wool sale payments ont forget that FKISBIE has a full line of all articles per taining to house cleaning such as 6E q 7 l JJucli Seining Fishermen tell us that their sport has been completely paralyzed by the seiners Not only seins but dynamite is being used in all parts of Dix river and the Hanging Fork There is a law against this but it might as well be printed in last years almanacs as on the statute books of Kentucky Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose ness of the bowels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts lyr Mr Richard Ward has commenced work on his residence on the Stormes lot lie has employed the very best workmen and a handsome building will he put up Send us six dollars and get a chance to read Colonel Breckinridges editori als in The Morning Herald of Lexing ton all the horse news in The Ken tucky Stock Farm and everything that happens in Garrard county in TIlE RECORD Dr Watsonlau Maclaren writes in May McClures of the relations of Jesus to the Samaritans and Pharisees and of the social feud between these two classes The paper is fully illus by C K Linson four of the il lustrations being in color There are good short stories by Conan Doyle Robert Barr Clinton Ross Tighe Hopkins and Charles Warren and a fine true story of an old fire horse by J Lincoln StefTens Benefit To Community Lancaster merchants with two or three exceptions come to the front every time a proposition for is suggested They all realize tile fact that we can have the best town in central Kentucky and put their shoulder to the wheel with a vim that is glorious to behold This is what it takes to succeed Unless home institutions are given a show what will we have here to push with Stand by those who hustle for Lancas ter and Garrard county PETERSBURG Ill Oct 13th 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello III Gentlemen Our baby Esther has never tasted a drop of medicine other than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for more than a year It entirely cured her of constipation She is a lovely since I gave her your medi cine she has been perfectly healthy althoshe had not been well and strong until we began using it We Know of others who are using it with equally good results Wishing you success Gratefully yours MRS C A TnuciCMULLEit Sold at McRoberts Drug Store llelluble Goods Low Price 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 Pri ces 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 Our Oflicc Cleaned Out We dont mean that sqma bad un has whipped the entire force but that have undergone a thorough cleaning A colored man armed with mop and lye put in two days last week scouring out our quarters All tIle trash that has collected during the last ten years was removed all matter cob webs empty 45 calibre shells pint bottles tons of re jected manuscript and heaven knov s what else was removed to a vacant lot and destroyed Alongside Capt Whites case he had squirted tobacco juice for ten long years and it requir ed several charges of dynamite to work down to the dry floor We say unhes itatingly that we have the neatest printing office in Lancaster and extend an invitation to our patrons to come up and see us Drop in some Wednesday or Thursday morning and see THE RECORD Unable to York Chas Replogle of Atwater 0 was unable to work on account of kidney trouble After using Foleys Kidney Cure four days he was entirely well C C J E Stormes substantial rioted improvement childand therooms combustible hereby afternoon printed t i The IupIIs of The Graded School Will have a contest in Elocution at Opera House tomorrow night Fri dayto see who will represent theschool at Blue Grass Graded School Tour nament which meets in Winchester May 24 25 and 2uth A small fee 10 and 15 cents will be charged at the door Said sum is to be used in de raying expenses of contestants to and from Winchester Below is the PROGRAM Music Piano Duet Mitserf Josiph and liitrusldu Recitation Thora Pearl JSettis Declamation Speech Vindication unit Wiiilucu Music jl Piano Solo OoruWurr- tRecitation Reveries ia Choral Kittle Aldrldfiu Recitation Monas Waters Edna Kissinger Music Vocal Declamation Ricuzis Address Logan Smith Recitation Maude Pojie Music Pitino Trio Declamation Cltudins and Cynthii Grten Clay Walker Recitation Brier Rose Kittie Mason A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall do Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc cd in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It nut on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays in lamination causes easy expectora tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Reccommeuded many years by all druggists in the world For be C C J E Stormes Chattanoogas Great Spring Festival Low rates via Queen Crescent Route The Spring festival to be held in Chattanooga May 7th to 12th prom ises to be one of the greatest affairs of its kind ever witnessed There will DC street parades Paines Display of Fireworks Music and Military En tertainments in connection with the Street Fairs to which this year is added a reproduction of the great Worlds Fair Midway Plaisance replete with entirely new features One fare for the trip from all points the Queen Crescent Route be tween Chattanooga and Lexington A visit to this historic city should not be missed The Comm ittec in charge is arranging every possible means for entertaining the visitors As to further particulars regarding rates etc your ticket agent or address O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga reran C W Zell D P A Cincinnati 0 W C RINEASON G P A Cincinnati Ohio ALL KINDS OF ROOFING r GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store t i I usic liam noes it Cheap you i l ale j calon I 0 000 0001 I I I I I I i I I I Colher1 t t i f uJ o Duct gito Iiuy o000000ooo0a0oo0o0 WI ti1B1 1t0M00oo00000o0o0oeo0 t IIF tloZJ OlrIl II 8 1iftGg ytlH J 4 oIy ii amount you save by buying from us The Columbus theJvauffman the Moyer the Woodnuff We carry a full and coinpete line at pnVts that cant be duplicated attentionVe are prepared to t on Best Rubber Tires the market March and April are Ideal painting months Our stock of Oil AND IS THE BEST We carry the standard brands offine hard oil and fillers for interior Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plaster and Hair THE OLD RELIABLE FIHH OF STOUT yt Take pleasure in announcing to their Garrard County fj friends that they have a 5 Complete Line ei the Best PAINT TOm HOUSES EARLY them a Call They save you Money A Weknow be shown As Pretty Millinery- as is now on our counters The ladies should not fail to call and see our sto ck Prices Low SallieD Tillett 1STAL ROOFING ACSINB SIDING FLOORING STANFORD CEILING LATHS ETC LOW PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY J m m We are doing the Nicest and Best Carriage iJ Ie i and Buggy work ever lout In ancaster ComeM and s e for yourselves ITe h ve firstclass work j JI I f o J 1c rfrRESrAIN I U U Ii I VHJTE LEAD lJNSEEfJ VA riiS ES R OF NG PAH T OurPreparedSTR rES DRUG STIJRE Jf t Y t 1 t t t ft LILLLiD 41 t DAmWILLE KY 3t PAINrSLYA IS ES JUdD USHES 1f T Gh e tA tA A I iAf ft t g ft buytheStylish SSJ N G r E S7 tJ J I the i e h saw0 oo ooooatoaooooo a t a1 ooao0ooco aoo aoao uao oooo i k t e Tw notv 3- flv I Y Insure Your The STRONGEST in Dilday Powell General Mgrs Equitable Bldg Louisville J E Robinson Agt Lancaster Ky t cora Life Int d the WORLD I i Ljw Gross Surplus of the Eight Leading life Insurance Companies Company 1 Equitable 2 Mutual 3 New York 4 NOrthWeStern pronts 5 Continental Mutual 6 tna 7 Mutual Benefit S Penn MutualFigures from Pocket Index issued by Spec itor C 1900 Surplus 60439067 50132549 26927081 9313045 6123520 5625693 5314429 Outstanding Assurance of the Eight Leading Life Insurance Corttoanies Company Amount 1 Equitable Commenced 1859 Q544 64222 MutUal Commenced business 1812 Q 247540 3 NeW York Commenced business 113 9QJ 985 4 Northwestern 497606125 5 Conn 1 6 y 168449790 7 Mutual Benefit Commenced businesses 2627 2473 8 Penn Mutual Commenced business 1M7 185528746Figures from Pocket Index issued by Spectator C 1900 41435483 I t I 1 6 l 1 MutualCommenced 0432486Commenced sets a business 1 Commenced business 1857 business 1846 Etna business 1850 Grass Wanted Either by boundry or by month tf G A Swinebroad A new broom contains an antiseptic ba which destroys microbes Men of mature years have much to be thankful for because of the failure of the majority of their youthful plans G A Swinebroad has been in Rich mond for a week trading in cattle He sold GO nice plain steers averaging 800 Ibs at 5c lIe reports trading good in that locality After suffering from severe over twelve years and using many remedies without permanent good I finally took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It lid me so much good I recommended it to everyone E Watkins Clerk and Recorder Chillicothe Mo It digests what you eat F P Frisbie Pharmacy Ten years ago the United States had no export trade in horses Now the receipts from that business are 8000000 a year and growing The total value of farm animals in the United States at present is about 2215011000 This represents an of over 220000000 within a yearSOUND advice to those who have kidney and bladder troubles is to take a safe sure medicine like Foleys Cure It always benefits the liftneys C C J E Stormes The goodsized stylish Amarican trottingbred horse will fit in more places than any breed known to man and this fact is beginning to be wherever he has been to public notice The following is suggested as a test for detecting glanders Let the from the nostrils drop in water if it remains on top spreads or dissolves tie disease is not glanders If it re mains undissolved and sinks you may assume that it is glanders After suffering from piles for years I was cured by using two boxes of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve writes W J Baxter North Brook N C It heals everything Beware of counterfeits F P Frisbie Pharmacy The American corn kitchen at will be in charge of a colored worn an trained as a cook in Maryland The 1900 peach crop will be larger than the average if nothing now comes along to spoil the present splendid prospect From Michigan Delaware New Jersey Georgia and Texas reports indicate that the crop will be a record breaker dyspepsia writesJ increase Kidney recognize introduced mucus fifteen Paris is y 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 In New England the abandoned farms are being planted with nut trees and the workedout ground is found to furnish nourishment enough to cause the walnut butternut and chestnut to flourish abundantly- So useful are toads in gardens that they are sold in France by the dozen for stocking gardens to free them from many injurious insects Dont despair because you have a weak constitution The vitalizing principle of HERBINE will assuredly strengthen it In every drop of HER BINE there is life There is a regenerating power unequaled in the whole rouge of medical prepar ations Price centsC J E Stormes The rapidity with which the popu lation of this country is being by immigration is shown by the fact that if the new arrivals continue to make their appearance at the same rate as they have been doing during the first two or three months the for the year will reach nearly half a million J Q Hood Justice of the Peace Crosby Miss makes the following statement I can certify that One Minute Cough Cure will do all that is claimed for it My wife could not get her breath and the first dose of it her It has also benefitted my whole family It acts immediately and cures coughs colds grippe asthma and all throat and lung troubles F P Frisbie 1m Two men representing the British war department are in Chicago nego tiating wiht F J Bevy horse dealer at the stock yards for 10000 for service in South Africa Mr says that if the sales of 10000 went through at his figures they would cost in the neighborhood of 1 500000 Rheumatism is conceded to have its origin in a poisoned condition of the blood and to be most successfully treated by HERBINE which acts the liver kidneys and other blood purifying organs thereby dl vesting the system of the offending agents Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes The surplus grass is of inestimable value to the stock when the new growth is first starting The suddenI change is too often followed by eitherI material loss of weight or failure to make gains for the first two or three weeks This could easily be avoided if we would allow the grass to grow up in the fall and winter which mingbd with the young and tendergrowth of would present amost acceptable ration thus modify sudden change and a stimulating increased total relieved bronchitis horses Berry hor- S I I I upon I I I I beginningI I S rub F Dont Have to Die to Win We have recently made settlements of three Equitable Policies a 15Year Endowment a i5Payment Life and Ordinary Life Policy each with 1 5 Year Tontine Periods and as it is generally a source of interest to see the comparative results of such politics when made with living policyholders themselves we make a note of same for your with several of the options offered Policy No 273509 The 15Year Endowment returned to the holder the face of the policy and in addition 35 per cent in dividends in cashPolicy No 291290 The 5Year Payment Life gave to the hold a paidup policy for the full amount and in addition a cash dividend of 40 per of all premiums Policy No 293676 The Ordinary Life showed a dividend of 43 per premiumsInCash and the owner took the sugar plum as a reward for his saving and perseverance He said he had a similar experience fifteen years ago when another Endowment matured for him in the Equitable The results were then so favorable that he was induced to take this policy which has matured to his entire satisfaction A level headed man sure In the second instance the 500000 had grown to 693500 of In the third instance the paid up value of the Ordinary Life Poli cy at the end of fifteen years was 200 per cent of the amount of premi ums paid t There are results of policies with 5year accumulation periods Those with periods show still better results o premiums Yon consideration cent 2o year Time ancients believed that rheuma tism was the work of a demon within a man Any one who has had an at tack of or inflammatory will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the It has never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would cast out demons but it will cure rheuma tism and hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement One ap plication relieves the pain and this xuick relief which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m That the faamer should use his ef forts to keep down and exterminate the weeds is not alone a duty he owes to his own welfare but he owes it alike to his neighbors The farm up on which noxious weeds flourish fur nishes unimpeachable evidence that the owner has missed his calling and proclaims his unfitness for the respon sibilities that rest upon him as a of the soil A clean pasture is es sential to profitable returns under or dinary circumstances Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion of the liver stimulate ner vous 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 is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C U tfErStornies NATIONAL BANK sciatic belief anything the Z93 THB he rheumatism tier CAPITAL 5000000 OF SURPLU f10 00000 LANCASTER President JNO STOBMES Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J K ROBINSON JR R T EMERY Asst Casbr BookKi DIRECTORS Sam lDCocbran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Jno X Stormes W HKinnaird KY a A R DRinti E j Robinson I J z o L Are you interested in the Light Harness Horse If so you want the Kentucky Stock Farm It is the leading authority on all matters per taining to the breeding raising and training of trotter and pacer It is published at Lexington the Hub of the Horse Universe For ninety days we are enabled to offer the Kentucky Stock Farm and The CENTRAL REC ORD for 200 Send your subscrip tions at once to Louis Lan caster lay tf the Burtons HI IM SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale sorrel horse 16 hands bred by Wm Powell of Richmond Sired by Old Peavine will make season of 1100 at my stable at 800 to insure a living colt W B BURTON Knox WorldRenowned We have them in straw just the right thing 200 and 3 Also Stiff hats at 4 and Fedora and Other fine brands We are selling a great many Pearls We will use every ef fort to please you The Leading Shoe and Fur nishing CYCLONEChesnut I Crushers Lanier House Danville l HATS t t Teeth extracted without pain w th Vitalized Air Office in DENTIS T Ruildincr Dtmvllle oppc Ite Presbyeriun churchI the Bookout street Could Not Talk Mrs Smith Wooldridge of this place who was so afflicted with her throat for over two years that she could not speak above a after she used the first of Dr Dells Honey could talk as well as ever and the case Is such wonderful cure that her neighbors come in to see her for themselves and are to hear bottle her talk whisper Pine Tar i astonished 1 D WXI Oft SON Druggists Kimble K7 Ratios of Assets to Liabilities of the Eight Leading Life Insurance Companies Cumpany 1 Equitable 2 Mutual 3 New York 4 Northwestern 5 Connecticut Mutual 6 y tna 7 Mutual Benefit 8 Penn Mutual Figures from Pocket Index issued by Spectator C 1900 Assets to Liabilities per cent 120 121 127 1 17 108 I 16 Dividends Paid in 1899 by the Eight Leading Life Insurance Companies Company 1 Equitable 2 Mutual 3 New York 4 Northwestern 5 Connecticut Mutual 6 Etna 7 Mutual Benefit 8 Penn Mutual Fieurea from Pocket indent issued by Spectator C 19CO Dividends Paid 2768749 2515029 265334 1038313 1858946 865639 128 113 3054810 2058177 r Notice to Creditors All persons holding claims against the estate of Andrew Jacksou cot deceased will present 19003tTURNPIKE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Lancaster and Bix River Turnpike Co will he held at the Iron Bridge on Saturday May 4 1900 at 9 oclock a m to select a Board of Di rectors to serve the ensuing year JOHN W MILLER President T S BEAZLEY JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Ea ineeringaiid also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to J X DUNN OTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land STOW Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO and their customers to buy that which to them means greater profit DONT DO IT DEMANDYOU For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from tins Eighth trim subject to the regular action of the Dem oeratic party W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY LETCHEROWSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRSTCLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE lid tf Hon Jerry M Porter I write this letter because I believe you have made a dis covery cough cold throat and remedy that the ought to have I refer to Dr Bells I have thoroughly tested it and know its merits It cures I who ever needs a I remedy of this kind should never be without Dr Bells k PineTarHoney In lung people Anyone a PineTar Honey JEBBT M PORTXB Clinton V PINETARHONEYnotion carefully oreoared from the purest and best ingredients IVDVGl1EAII DR BELLS I ka e 4an rfr+ in get as a consequently the most costly cough medicine on the market buying Dr LL S PIN and more doses tor 25 you do of any other but the druggists profit less Therefore some druggists are cunningly persuading bottle than Dr Bells PlNETflRflONEy and take no substitute by The E E Sitkerlud Medldae C FontalB Paiieh KyPrepared Parkoily AT DRUG STORE LANCASTER KY