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I EIVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt ascond Class Mailer ZVB3TBJ5K O MAY 1O190P ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t a t ttf r nrrr r A1mu a U 1fehe I A NlA CTFR KY TTTTTRSDA Y AFTFNOO N ANCAST6R AND VICINITy yseeeeeeoo oeeoowooOwseoeeeeeeoeooweeeoo ooeeeeeeoeoeooooowoeeoeeeeeeo 14 E Pulley belts at Joseph Visit Jos Nickluss shaving parlor 150 to Cincinnati and return Sun lay See J A Beazleys line of wall pa per before buying R L Jennings Co will pay bets a pound for country meat Beautiful line Lace CurtainsSbades and Poles at R L Jennings Co The local hits will be a feature at the Womans Congress tomorrow night Call and see our pretty Carpets and battings Prices very low R L Jennings Co The icholasville Mandolin Club will play at the Opera House tomor row Friday night No Preaching Sunday As Her J C Massee wilt be away next Sunday there will be no services at the Baptist church Just A car load of Paris manufactured ice Telephone your order II B XOKTJICOTT H A Stone will sell you a 2 gallon bucket for tae and li gallon bucks for 12c 2 Ib package rolled oats 5c pears at lOc per can best peas on earth at lOc and pay cash for all kinds of produce A Good Paper The Harrodsburg Democrat comes to us under new management and shows signs of able managers and good newsgathers being at its helm The Democrat has the wellwishes of THE RECORD To the Public 1 have employed Mr V II Smith whom a great many of you know to look after my harness and saddlery and repairing department and iron now on am prepared to furnish home made harness and saddles Also to do all kinds of repairing Will con tinue to carry a full line of citymade work in connection so if you need any thing in the way of harness saddles or repairing we can please you and also give best prices J R ILSELDEX C C C Received Strawberry supper tonight Get your saddle padded at Hasel dens See our line of uptodate neckwear Logan Robinson Dont forget the auction sale at Ful ler Sympsons Saturday Some strictly new cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 419 The Logan Dry Goods Co have just received another shipment of Battings Gen Gordons lecture is He is highly recommended by Pres McKinley Give our Uieholasville neighbors a rousing crowd tomorrow night Youll enjoy the entertainment Richmond Band to Play The Richmond brass band has been engaged to play during the G A R meeting Theres no use of a racket you cat get the best workand the most reason able prices at Conns Carriage Shot than you can anywhere Dont be deceived but at the Old Reliable House of T get the Best Goods at the lowest prices all the time Preaching Sunday Prof Hagci man president of Ham lion Collcgeand formerly president of Bethany College in West Virginia will fill the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Republican Convention Pursuant to call a republican con vention was helft at the Court House Monday and delegates selected to the JSicholasville and Louisville conven tions Lewis L Walker was made chairman and he Capt Herndon J IL McMurtry W McC Johnston and others made enthusiastic speeches A new county committee was selected and Gen D R Collier reelected chairman Delegates to the Uicho lasville and Louisville conventions were instructed to vote for Gen Collier as district delegate and Bradley Den ny and Taylor for delegates at large to the national convention McKin ley Taylor and all republican official were endorsed I S big non partisan Currey you cat t Some firms think it business to have no conscience sell people any old thing if 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 inspec tion of our line goods Acceptance of this in vitation 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 1 i 4 t BUSIN- T CONSCIENCE1N they U ti tr- xv Vceee e 1 k 1 Woman will rrle the roost at the Opera House tomorrow We employ no GraphophoQC fo draw custom We dont have to R A j TONE Have your lawn mowers shears sewing sharpened and repaired at Conns Fine linen lawns at Joseph Get Haselden repair your metal White and coloredjdd gloves at Joseplis px Just received a new line neckwear Logan Robinson The Public Square las received a much needed scraping Good Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper You should see the Walkover shoes for men the best 3f0 shoes in the world Logan Robinson If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you the best goods for the least money Our Prices Ha c not Advanced We sell you any khfd of Buggy Sur ray Phaeton or Koadwagon at old prices W J Romans We know you can not find a prettier line of organdies than we now have on display Come and be convinced J The local Presbyterian church is of faring big money to any our who will paint the steeple of the building It is a small spiral about eightyfive feet high and difficult to reach Teacher ICxamliiatloii Examination for white teachers will May 18 and 19 at the otlice of Miss Elisa Lusk county superintend ent Examination for colored teachers will be held in superintendents office May 25 and 2Gth tf Professional The undersigned take pleasure in recommending Mr E W Morrow as a thorough and an experienced opts cian We know of his ability to test and lit the eye with glasses his work being entirely satisfactory We ad vise those needing glasses to patronize hint II D J BIvinnaird M D I S Wesley M D W X Bush M D II MGrantM D E Evans M D 53 1m J M Acton MD Cheap Rate to Cincinnati Sunday The L HL will sell tickets to Cin cinnati Sunday morning for the low price of loO Train leaves Lancas tir at 252 in morning and arrives in the city at 730 Returning it leaves Cincinnati at 730 in evening arriving at Lancaster at 1228 mid night Thus you can spend an entire day in the city and at very little cost This is the first cheap excursion of the season Last weeka number of ed to organize a ball team and play some of tits neighboring towns They had not practiced at all but went over on a cold collar and bested Stan ford The kildees then came over here and were bested again The lo cal buys thought nothing of beating Stanford but when it came to going up against the auburnhaired aristo ofDawnville doncherknow why the thought of thoso whitewing ed encyclopedias even condescending to play with us Lancaster trash was something hard to realize But they came each wearing a look of Aint you proud that WE arc in your little village The game was called and at the end of the fifth inning the score was 12 to 3 in favor of the Lancaster po folks the curly haired darlings tucked tail and made a sneak back to paradise or more properly speaking Dawnville doncherknow The Lancaster boys have played four games and won them all All kildees and dudes look alike to them To bo Married Next Week At high noon next Wednesday Miss Sadie Viola A Idridge will be married to Dr John II Durham at the resi dente of the brides paantsin Marks bury this county The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs H D Aldridge one of the most Went families in Garrard She is possessed of rare beauty and an un usually good education She is an ex cedingly attractive young lady and having written for THE RECORD from Marksbury for some time our readers are well aware of her good judgment and ability Viler letters were always sought after by the printers as they so well prepared and plainly written that it a pleasure to put them in type The groom is a physi clan of promise havinggraduated at two medical schools in Louisville He is also graduate of the State College Lexington The happy couple will go to housekeeping at Kirksville where Dr Durham enjoys a good practice THE RECORD extends in advance many hearty congratulations and well to 5 l I roofs Friday night machines Vic can get J spit beheld IS Wlnuers boys conclu rats pro county were was s ni T Handsome Swiss mull at Josephs Seed corn on the ear Basks Hud son 419 Ask to see that pretty dotted Swiss at Josephs A Kentucky Hero at Opera Iouse ribbed vests at Josephjs J Red Ash Bluegem Brilliatcoal for cash cheap J C Moss 22jftf The success of the season Woman Triumphant at House tomor row Friday night Get you a handmade saddle at old prices made by W H Smith J R HASELDEX Want to trade foi 50 old buggies surriesetc select from Call at Coins No housejn this section can show a handsomer line of venitians henrfet tas and grenadines than we have in stock J J6scphn j Look Out For Them A jay band has been secured to play for the parade Tuesday See lem in froth of Opera House at ten oclock The genial Harry has charge of A Kentucky hero and will have those taking part well up by Tuesday night Attention Farmers The Blue Grass Grocery buys your produce for cash or will give you more goods in trade than any other house in town At the Methodist there will be preaching by the pastor at 11 a m and 730 p m Ep worth League 645 p in Sunday school 945 a m I have firstclass workmen in every department in age line and am turning out tl and best work ever done in I All work guaranteed W J Romans All those who can entertain voter ans and who have not been solicits to do so will please report to Dr J B Kinnaird at once as the meeting of the G A R is nearly at hand MT5 HUGHES Chairman The District Meeting Knights of Pythias will be held in Lancaster within the next few weeks The lodge will big expense and the entertainment Tuesday night is for benefit of the lodge The Kentucky Hero is given for benefit of Knights of Pythias lodge and they will give you an entertain ment fully worth your money Opera House Tuesday night Secure a seat at McRoberts Drug Store Convention Postponed The W C T a Convention of the Eighth Kentucky District which was to have been held at Livingston May 1G18 has been postponed for a short time Positive dates wilt be announ ced later Nay R Patterson Pres Amanda Anderson Cur Secty Strawberry Supper The young ladies will give a supper at the Garrard Hotel tonight Thursday to which the pub tic is cordially invited The large din j ing room will be used and an ele Kant time assured The proceeds will be used to send to famine sufferersand it is a noble work Admission inclu ding berries and cake 25 cents Telephone Improvements Mr Bastin is pushing improvements on the local telephone system Larger poles are being erected the wires stretched and many new ones run so when completed the system will be absolutely perfect in every respect The large new switch boards are giv in great satisfaction Mr Editor Through the col wens of your paper I desire to thank those kind friends that voted for me last Saturday I have no hard feelings or illwill against those who voted against me or who refused to vote I am democratic enough to willingly grant to every man the right to vote as he pleases I am for Lancasters pride her Graded School and every thing else that will help the town Yours truly THEO CUBUEY JAIL DELIVERY Three Prisoners fife Bars and Succeeded In Making Good Weir Escape Last night three prisoners confined in the Garrard county jail succeeded in making their escape They secured u saw and cut two bars of the cell which let them into the main hallway From liege they got into the front cell or womans department out of which they escaped with little diffl culty They are Bob Carrier vhiteun der arrest for disturbing the peace and horse stealing Alfred Preston white house breaking and Walter Simpson colored stealing coal A little negro Bradley Stormes for stealing money did not leave Jailer Ross is on the bcack of the and itssafe to say lie will bring them in grade ladies listhread an anti Netvstock Carrla Shop Leonard church next Sunday the ar nest caster Notice beat strawberry A Card Saw i in jail d It j Of in Pretty ribbons all kinds a See Haselden for roofing and gutter ing Haselden keeps the cheapest liar ness in town Dont forget we aBe hpadquarteis for harness W J Rjjpwis It will save you money to read Ful ler and Sympsons ad on page 3 New buggies phaetons c at rock bottom prices at Conns Carriage Shop Go to McRoberts and have your seats reserved for Gen Gordons lecture May 24th Our line of Carpets and Mattings are of the newest patterns THE LOGAN DUY GOODS A Stone has a big stuck of bed room sets soafers lounges couches bedsteads chairs rockers etc and they all need sellmgs Hear Gen Gordon the most prom inent person now living who tout a part in defense of the South during the late rebellion We have been silent forxa long time because ye editor says advertising brings trade yoli see we have had all we could wait oi ylthout paying the editor R A Stone Pretty Prof Charley Anderson the colored school teacher has a large ruse bust which is full of fullblown roses It bloomed in a pit aftd is as healthy looking as if it were August weather is tile LaFrance Trustees Elected The election for three trustees of the Graded School was held Saturday and resulted in the election of Messrs M Higginbotham TheoCurrey and Dr J B Kinnaird There will be no change made in teachers for the term There was a great deal skirmishing dune by the friends of the several candidates Saturday but everything passed off pleasantly Extensive Improvements Messrs Ward Poynter proprie tors of the Lancaster Flouting Mills are making extensive improvements in their plant All the old machinery has been removed and the latest im proved is being put in The new ma chinery has arrived and is being put place rapidly so that little delay will be caused When completed this wiil be one of best equipped mills in the state J9 h Cu- R lose ensuing C I the Joe Niklass shaving parlor Seed corn on the ear Banks Hud son 4li VenitiansHenriettas at JosepirX Dr Goldsteirrwill be at the Garrard Hotel Thursday May 17th tf See our line of straw hats all the latest styles Logan Robinson For Sale oats and s II IJ ifttllTI The Masonic lodge confercd the third degree on Mr Jno S Baugh man Tuesday evening See how the men folks run the kitch en and nursery This will be done at Opera House tomorrow Fridaynight Select your seat now for Gen John B Gordons lectureMay 24th as those who go first will have choice of seats Good goods at lowest trice fis oyr motto The people have found this out and patronize us accordingly STONE Street loungers are scarcer in town this spring than for some time Even the festive small boy is scarce This is a good sign Mr Fissinger has rented the room adjoining the Garrard Hotel will run a restaurant dfti the G A R Eating houses will have all they can attend to for three or four days Successful Treatment The Magnetic Healing is meetijl with great success The ollices crowded luring ofllce hours and patients are being ed Read advertisement onmiotlicr page of THE RECOKD Another Bi ICiaterprffe Tuesday Messrs J S MinJ Son closed a deal with Mr R AT Stone for a large lot in rear of the latters prop arty the old Stormes place facing on the L IT track and Buford street They have commenced the of a large mill and elevator The work will be pushed in order to handle some of this years wheat Messrs Minor are experienced millers and understand the business fully The main building will be 48x 2 and three stories high The boiler and engine room is 15x20 and will be made of brick the twain building constructed of metal This is a splendid site for a mill as a street leads to it and it is within a few feet of the rail road Visit Grenadine Corn salt R end re any successfully reat C erection I J I Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar anteed J A Beaziey Co Funeral Directors tt s 1R It Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full Line of V Furniture and Carpets A upecitlty nights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C every G B S Is rlrotD R C S LOCAL TIMETABLES Sonthbnrt j x l pusses Lancaster 1110 AM Xorthbnrt Mixed 3S5p jtN rth Paisgr 2AMSwath bnd 1223 A M lint v j 3 ig tQ yt Aay fe S ft 8 s 5 It x j More for your than anywhere else More value more isfaction more style more returns to you in every way As the biggest buyers and the biggest sellers in town we are able to keep public interest centered in this store with new special fea every few days Note those mention ed in this ad and come promptly and take advantage o f them e mon eY at- iogan Robisos sat- o 0 0p tores D Our line of 13 Suits 1 Pease foe Our 12 and 15 suits are THE SWELL KIND tile kind which causes people to turn and look at yen awl 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 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF LA DIES FINE FOOTWEAR OUR WALKOVER SHOES FOR MEN ARE BEST ON THE MARKET at 350 SuitoiiEirth1I- Qw 750 Wonrs c a t r p LINE OF COLOR ED SHIRTS 50C1 qez a 2Jfaforl25 zaztc o o Logan Roil 1 101 Oo it v F i It Requites Nerve and Lots of Money To offer such sacrifices SPECIAL NO 3 FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY MAY 14th 1900 PURE LEAF LARD at 8c a POUND The cost of lard has advanced 30 per cent of late and youll do well to take advantage of this low price GOOD WHITE VINEGAR at 5c a GALLON No nerve needed upon your part to scoop in a few gallons at this price Only a little common sense PURE MAPLE SYRUP 7 CENTS For a J pint bottle Its fine as silk and worth 15 cents anywhere Pickles or Sour Whole or 10 and I2C bottle for 7 cents YOURS FOR CASH Blue Grass Grocery T E SMITH Mgr fancy SpicedSweet MixedA I Phone 83 f CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YFAB IN ADVANCE 100 TERMS Six MONTHS SO THREE 25 THURSDAY MAY TO 1900 PAINT LICK J W Mullen bought a milk cow of Win Tevis for 50 Ben Gay has had sevcil cattle to die from eating clover Mr Jones father of Mrs Jess Led ford is a very sick man Pleas Murray lism a horse bitten by a mad dog a few days ago The Berea Company sold the G W Pullins farm to William Hendren for 700 Most of the farmers are through planting corn and are preparing their tobacco ground Zelce Royston of color fell out with his sweetheart and made an attempt t cut her throat last Sunday We a very good rain Sunday which was much needed the ground was getting very dry and was begin to crag open We notice that the RECORD says that the ancients believed that rheu matism was the work of a demon within man If that be the case the writer has two full grown ones in him a Hurt Use Banner Salve the great healer Its guaranteed for cuts woundssores piles and skin diseases PIIEACILEIISVILLE J P Rogers sold a horse first of the week for 30 W McITutchins bought a horse from Sid Hall for 35 Fred Shaw had a real nice harness horse to die last week We hada fine rain Sunday all crops are looking fine Brown Cress sold a bunch oLnjce h Jgs to Perkins last week for 4ic J F Pettus returned from Williams burg Saturday having bought a of sheep Real estate has advarwed in this place more than 20 per cent in the last few years Piles are not only most painful but also very dangerous as the inflamed nodules are very apt to take on malig nant action and cancer of tile rectum produced They should be cured TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT will cure the most obsti nate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tues 75 cents C C J E Stormes Mrs Alice Land of Rowland was visiting relatives here a few days ago Mrs Richard Robinson was visit ii g Mr J F Cooks family Sunday 11 C Cummins and wife were visiting Mr R Y Hobbs family Monday If the Southern railroad is built by way of Lancaster it will pass thro here Right you are brother and it willmean many dollars for your It means more for your produce and stock and cheaper freight Pull off your coat and help MT HEBRON Miss A E Scott sold a nice horse last week for GO Mr Charles Duncan made a flying trip to Burgin Thursday Mr Sheridan contractor of Lock No 8 has bought property at Miss Edith Montgomery is the guest of her cousin Miss Edna ScottMiss Viola Folger spent apart of last week with her grandmother Mrs Sarah Duncan Miss Rattle Duncan is the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs Addie at High Bridge Mrs W D Scott and Master Irvin Duncan are spending the week with son and family at Burgin BY LOUIS LANDRAM had To leaf growing carload i citizens rootEd Cincinnati charming Johnson Publisher lug C V f p vn 1e STONE Corn planting is finished in this neighborhoodMrs Littrell is dangerously ill at this writing The hustling women are very busy with housecleaning and attending to their young fowls The farmers in this vicinity were very much delighted indeed to see such a nice rain as fell on Sunday- T L Saunders sold his wool at 25c per pound delivered last Saturday also some hemp at 5 per hundred to II A B Marksbuiy SOUND advice fcbMfcse who have kidney and bladder troubles is to take a safe sure medicine like Foleys Cure It always benefits C C J E Stormes fr rget Sunday school atScotts Slinrloir linlfnict Let every one come and we would be very glad you take an interest in as good a wing as a Sunday school nfmliA The ancients lelieved that was the of a demoil within a man Any oire who has had an of sciatic 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 and hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement One relieves the pain and this xuijk relief which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by It E McRoberts druggist 1m Mr and Mrs L M Crutchfield and children visited their sister Mrs Wolford Raney at Lock No 8 The young folks of this will have a fishing party at the river near here the same place as usual Every one invited to come we will insure an enjoyable time to that comes Let one and all come and have a big time Lit tie Misses Beatrice and Pauline Mae Saunders spent last Tuesday night Miss Mae Broaddus of McCreary Mr Hansford Land has been very sick with neuralgia but is better at this writing Misses Bertha Woodard and Gracie Willis of Jessamine spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs C W Mitckel Mrs Serep ta Anderson and children of Bryant ville visited her sister Mitch ell Saturday night and Sunday Mesdames Emma Manford of and Malinda Saunders of son are at the bedside of their Mrs Ellen Littrell who is ill A Thousand Tongues Could not rapture of 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 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 So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and liOO Trial bottles free at Mc Roberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 1m WAILACETON Born to the wife of Robert Gentry on the 2Gth ult a boy James A Wallace bought of J B Wallace a small tract of land near at 60 per acre C C McWhorter bought of John Warnacutt his home place containing about 30 acres for 8440 Mr Warna cutt talks of going to Illinois next tall Chamberlains Cough Remedy lias 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 lyre Quite a number from here attended the quarterly meeting at Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday Thomas Kin nard and family moved from here Monday to Berea where they expect to remain at least the rest of the year They will be missed by their many e Kidney the i Hess Fork ever at 9 a m to ee for the goo rheumatism wo attack rheumatism belief rheumatism application Sunday neighborhood everyone Institute fibs F Frankfort mother dangerously Annie Cureit Wallaceton l C Don community Mad expres the g t d i u After suffering from piles for fif teen 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 Our farmers have ceased grumbling and gone to work in earnest and al ready many of them find themselves farther along with their work than they have been at this time of year for years Some are already through planting corn while all of the rest soon will have finished Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the lax gest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and never thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion of the liver stimulate the ner vous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad ind other aches You only need a few doses oT Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C C J E Stormes NINA Rev J M Bruce preached at last Sunday Mr N B Coy lost last week some good cattle from hydrophobia Miss Pearl Ross of your city and Miss Myrtle Saunders were guests of Miss Nora Saunders last Sunday Pneumonia follows lagrippe but never follows the use of Foleys hot ey and Tar the great throat and remedy C C J E Stormes Mr John is fencing this part of the county with the Page wire fence something which has long been needed Drs Amon and Bradshaw have gone to Valley View after their saw mill which willbe in running order by the last of the week Kirksville is the best egg market in the state as they have never been less than lOc this year Mr R S Brown is shipping three thousand dozen per week Nine chances in ten its your that need attention if you dont feel well Foleys Kidney Cure healthy kidneys and will make you well C C J E Stormes Mrs Wm Prather entertained a host of friends and relatives on the 4th celebrating her birth day Such good things to eat would make most any one enjoy a birthday if a stran gar in a strange land It Pity to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy 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 you do Go to a warmer and more regular Yes if possible if not possible for you then ii either case take the ONLY remedy that has been in all civilized countries with in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectora 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 C J E Stormes JJIARKSBDRY Rev A J Copass of Louisville came Tuesday to spend the summer with his brother Rev B A Copass He will hold a number of meetings at differ ent places throughout the After suffering from severe dyspep sia over twelve years and using many remedies without permanent good I finally took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It did me so much good I recommended it to everyone writes J E Watkins Clerk and Recorder Chillicothe Mo It digests what you eat F P Frisbie Pharmacy Miss Anna Pollard and Mr Price Bourne were marriod at the parsonage Wednesday evening May 2 by Rev B A Copass The brjde is the accomplished youngest daugh ter of Mr T The groom is a prosperous young farmer tend congratulations to the happy pair 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 stimu lating regenerating power unequaled in the whole range of medical Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis has been visiting Miss Susan Sutton Miss Ruth has been her niece Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bryantsville Mrs Miram Petersof Lancaster is visiting Mr T I Her rings family Mrs T I Herring returned Saturday from Hustonville Her mother Mrs Floyd is convalesing Mrs B A Copass and children Saturday with Mis J S family of Danville Mr Nelson Bogie and wife are spend ing this week Cincinnati and Har rodsburg 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 B E McRoberts lyr s here grandmothers with Freedom lung Leaven kidneys Does for coughs and climate introduced success country beautiful Pollard ex Aldridge ViSIt- ing spent last jn pc friends C C mak even nIc T We preparations Johnson and J i NEWS If is believed Congress will be not later than the middle of June A judical decision at Indianapolis has stopped all street and thrown 3000 men out of work Cincinnati is threatened with a coal famine The supply in the yards aril harbor is the smallest years Gen Pantelon Garcia the highest officer in the Phillippines insurgent army except Aguinaldo was captured by a member of Gen Funstons staff The House Subcommittee on has decided to take no further action in the DavisonGilbert contest case at the present session of Congress Sheriff Braughton and a posse the home of Berry Howard in Bell county hoping to arrest him on the warrant charging complicity in the Goebel murder but Howardcould not be found During the Dewey parade at St Louis a horse belonging to a military officer became frightened and dashed into the crowd knocked down and over a dozen pesons before it could be controlled Col Bennett II Young of Louis ville has bought of Ison Dodd of Harrodsburg a fine saddle horse to be ridden by Gen Gordon at the reunion of the Confederate Veterans at Louis ville in May price 250 The report of the Commission of the Methodist General Conference will call for the mainten ance of the religion of John Wesley and will oppose any departure from from the theology of the fathers Morton Owens aged eighteen at tempted to hoard a moving freight train while it was ascending a heavy grade near Brodhead He fell under the wheels which crushed his legs and caused the amputation of both below the knee from which he died Representative Gilbert has been try ing to obtain deisions in the Court of Claims on the flowing claims John Moses heirs Jessamine county loX0 John L Walker Boyle county 2700 James Boyle county 1500 T M Arnolds heirs Garrard county 500 Ninetythree million five hundred thousand persons are suffering from cholera and famine in India and relief is being supplied to but five millions The vast sums contributed througout the world are said to be but a drop in the ocean when compared with what is necessary J Q Hood Justice of the Peac 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 re lieved her It has also benefitted whole family It acts immediately and cures coughs colds grippe asthma and all throat and lung troubles F P Frisbie 1m Prof Parker one of the dissatisfied participants in the fiddlers contest threatens to bring suit against the managers for what he deems unjust and unfair award of prizes says the i 1ad- journed improvm ents for thirty Elections searched injured Edwards bronchitis oeoeoeaooee o e ooeeo000o- aoCCNE Rh ooSI r R Constitution F my Cynthiana He tried to engage the services of several Cynthiana last week but they were all too busy to take the Representative Berry and Gilbert called at the War Department to obtain information regarding the amount of money available for tile im provment of tlie Kentucky river It was ascertained that in addition to the 75000 appropriated there was an additional 280000 available which was sufficient to complete all the work contemplated in the present plans for promoting safe navigation Caleb Powers and his fellow prison ers who were granted a change of ven ue to Scott county will be taken to jail at Georgetown this week No militia guard will b3 sent to George town and the Beckham Guards will be withdrawn from Frankfort when the transfer is made Friends of Hen ry Youtsey intimate that there is a conspiracy to make Toutsey a scape goat in the case in order that others may clear themselves of complicity in the murder Mr Wm Spangler spent Saturday night and Sunday with W H Furr Miss Myrtle Cook and sister Clara visited Mrs Cormney iast week Mrs J F Cook and children visit ed Mr Cook last Monday Miss Susie Parks is near Williamsburg and will stay after the Commencement Alas How 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 even had it but will know that you are liable to have it again The dose is small and it is pleasant to take McRoberts Drug Store McCIlEARY Miss Bettis Pherigo who has been sick for some time is improving Misses Jennie Gulley and Mertie Saunders of Hiattsville and Miss Pearl Ross of Lancaster visited Miss Nora Saunders Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs W K Warner and son visited relatives at Bourne the first of the week Misses Sallie B Ray and Fannie Mae Miles of Buck eye attended preaching at new Sundry and were guests of the Misses Hardin Mr Harvey Pherigo Ed Simpson and Willie Grow attend ed preaching at Freedom Sunday Mr and Mrs Alex Walker visited Mr and Mrs Newton Grow Saturday night and Sunday I consider it not only a pleasure but a I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure effected in my case by the timely use of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was taken very badly with flux and procured a bottle of this A few doses of it effected a cure I take pleasure in it toothers suffering from that dreadful W Lynch Dorr W Va This remedy is sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Times attorneys visiting relatives until u I not slowly I little Antioch duty Chamberlains remedy permanent recommending diseaseJ case FLAT WOODS WOMAN TRIUMPHANT OPERA HOUSE MAY llth 1900 O OOOOOOOO OV PROGRAMME Senator Jlatler Senator Race George Senator Ratlers Husband Senator Claypole T Bobby Mrs Grace Policeman Miss Pattie Dickerson Miss Jean Cohen r Frank Stears Miss Emma Spruce West Miss Nellie Hendren M Gibony DOMESTIC SCENE Mr W S Hendren Braggard Miss Jennie Powell CannonJohnnyMrs Middletree Miss Carmine Davis SCENE Speaker Miss Nellie IIendren Speaker calling House to order Chorus A merica By louseRoll Call by Clerk Miss Ethel Cannon Reading CannonPresentationTAKING EXCEPTION TO JOURNAL YoungMissCHAMPION OF MODEST DRESS TAUTY Mrs Yeoman of Alabama Miss Virgie Talbert CHAMPION OF UPTODATE PARTY Miss Simple of Kentucky Miss J Powell HOUSE FRIGHTENED BY SNAKES C Mischevious Bpy Brown Buford DEBATE CONTINUES MODEST DRESSED LADIES Mrs Budgets Stella West Mrs t Miss Powell Mrs Spothammer Miss D Powell Mrs Miss Young Mrs Jean Mrs Yanktank Mrs Yeoman Virgie Talbert UPTODATE PARTY Miss Lily M Miss L Cohen Pat Dickerson Miss Alimony Miss Spruce Abstract Miss Duncan Miss Allover Miss eye Miss Jeannetta Powell Miss Bandybobbin i X POLICE COURT SCENE Police Judge Miss Spruce Alice Burns Lady Police Miss Lizzie Cohen Judge Brown on Trial Dr Vanarsdall Peggy Polkadot Witness Miss Stella West Court Loafers CABINET SCENE President Emma Duncan Secretary of Miss Jeannette Powell Secretary of Navy Miss L Cohen Secretary of Treasury Pat Dickerson CohenReporterFOUR OTHER SECRETARIES Miss Lena Stivers Lily M Moreley Miss Long Miss Davis WaifPageChorus 12 ladies and gentlemen Music by Nicholasville Orchestra Mrs I CONGRESSIONAL Bu Gin hamsnatcher Miss Skedallie Miss Ellfish Warms teo T Miss Miss Y k tJ W BUY MASTIC MIXED PAINT f We have it andguarantee ev ery gallon Drug Store Spring Its a great mistake to change Underwear from the heavy Win ter weight to Summer 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 2 THE GLOBE K Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH DANVILLE Successors to J L Frohman Co KENTUCKY A S WILSON P M II President C M KENNEDY P M H Secretary The Richmond School and Infirmary Of MAGNETIC HEALING and SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS Every Known Disease Cured Without Medicine or Surgery iy O I We have made many marvelous cures in Madison and Garrard Counties Note some of the followingjMrs E W S Madison Co severe case Sciatic Rheumatism Mrs N B Cv Kingston Indigestion gas on stomach dropsy etc etc Miss J D E Richmond Indigestion Constipation Neuralgia etc Miss Richmond Paralized arm and limb Mr M E M Richmond Kidney trouble impaired eyesight Mrs M E DMadison 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 AVe 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 v Office over Zimmers Restaurant Lancaster Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m AVe also treat diseases at a distance Satisfaction Come and see us I WI II 00000000000000000oooooasooooeooooo0 MoRoberts Weigllt uV E1WEfi1iyour onceits I warmthen U RN established n C Richmond Guaranteed Public Sale Fine ResidenceA- nd Building Lots On Tuesday May23 1900 I will otter at public sale on the premises my residence with land adjoining situated in Danville Ky The house is excellent brick and cut stone building of 12 rooms fronted with Lapp stone portico with tessollated marble floor large porches bath water closet flue dry cel lars and has large barn and all other necessary outbuildings Gas and hot and cold water throughout the house cud also u large never failing spring and two good cisterns in yard The beautiful high and healthful location with flue lawn is too well known to need 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 part of town In the past few years over SO handsome resi dences have been built on streets facing this property I havejepeatedly refused offers for single lots but now offer property as a whole Capital can find no safer or more profitable ft Terms liberal and made known on day of sale Buyers can inssect property at aay time prior tosale by calling on or addressing J H Otter owner or N K TUNIS 427lm Real Estate Agt Ky I I room vestment description Danville I will HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike standmy serviceJ ROBINSON ORGANIZED 1888 LANCASTER TI Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAtteatlonGaaraateetf J U HIGQINBOTHJLM Proalden- Lxwu Y LKAVXLL Cashier W O BISKET Assistant Cashr CD WALKKH DIRECTORS JMHlQOIHBOTHAJf LEwIs Y LXAYZLL T 21 AJUIOU B F HUB80H Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster THursday May 17 1800 One returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted BewareWe have no agents CITIZEN r BARK VIcePresident- B F Boone JJ WALJaT day only t HUDSON i r 7 SpRING e LEA N ING r r = I 1 SSOW THE TIME PAINTS VARNISHES BRUSHES A SPONGES ETC Dont forget the Place FRISBIES PHARMACY Corner Richmond Street and Public Square Lancaster Try us and be Convinced prices Right OIL 011 A CHAM r are YGJIi c t 01s s I TOur J CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MAY IO 1900 AIJOUT people Mrs George T Farris is in Lincoln visiting her sister Mr Best Mrs Marshall Eason is quite ill at her home on Richmond street Mrs D M Lack ey has about re covered from her recent illness Little Aim i Berkele who pass been quite ill is very much improved Mr Fred Frisbie is home again after a several weeks stay in Louisville Miss Eugenia Fissinger was the at a cinch party Friday evening Mrs J C Robinson and Mrs Mat tie Frisbie have been visiting in Dan ville Mrs Bettie Landram returned from a visit to Richmond relatives this weekMr and Mrs Banks Hudson have taken rooms at Mrs Kirbys on Dan ville street Mrs George Robinson who has been ill at her home near Marcellus is much improved Mrs Wolf and Miss Kelley of have been guests of Mrs Hollie Carlton Lexington street Mrs Ed Jackman Miss Mattie and Mr John Davis of llarrodsburg Miss Bane WestSunday- Rev J C Massee will attend the Southern Baptist Convention at Hot Spring Ark May 10 to 17th Dr and Mrs Walter Beazley are re joicing over the birth of a handsome baby boy at their house Sunday Mrs William Bogle has returned to Owensboro after a visit to her pa rents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt fMiss Fannie Gray a popular young lady of Frankfort is expected this week to visit Miss Christine Bradley Drs J B Kinnaird and I S Wes Icy are attending the Kentucky State Medical Society at Georgetown this weekMisses Nannie Harris Bessie Marks bury and Grace Kinnaird will leave for Paint Lick Saturday to be enter tained for afew days by Mrs R L Jennings Misses Bertha Hilton and Katie Simpson accompanied by Messrs E P Brown and Jas Smith visited Broad head Sunday Mrs W C McFarland of New York arrived Sunday to spend a few days visiting her sister Mrs R A Burn side and brother Louis Mrs W G Dunlap of Lexington will arrived today to remain until Satur day Uncle George Bright is quite ill at his home near Marcellus He had a touch of pneumonia which has gone pretty hard with him Uncle George has many friends all overthis section of the State who hope to soon learn otJiis recovery Henry Sandifer who has a job at Altamont here this week to sec friends in his old home He was a boy when he left and few people recognized him He said he missed George Burdett and Mr Woodcock more than anyone DaYa great pet of the older men r 1 l hostess Danville visited Land ram as little was a o aooooo00000000000oooooaooo toot I 0o soatoooe ooooo000oooooaoowaao I i I I p A I i Our sanctum was honored Monday by a visit from Col Jas B Stars of the Jessamine Journal Hes an all around newspaper man understand type and machinery and in factall the details of an office The Journal is one of best papers in the state and Messrs Harry McCarty and Jas Stear two as clever editors as ever wielded a quillMr and Mrs Robt Adams have from Stanford to Lexington account of the ill health of her moth er While in Lancaster the other day Bob signed a note and made liber al subscription to the rail road which goes to show the kind of material he is made of There is not a more clever knight of the grip on the road than Bob Adams- A New York paper gives the follow ing bit of advice One thing the young girl should remember to stop talking about her dress And that is one reason why the minds of girls should be kept on more improving subjects we are bound to talk about what we think about And if theres anything pitifully uninteresting it is dress talk Theres but one exception and that is when another fair one actually de sires to learn how or where she can obtain something in the same effect As the mot of men you might as well give them a sleeping potion as a dress talk And theres another thing to beware of beware of being too polite In many cases its an absolute unkindness Some women think it nothing more than common decency to pretend nay to insist they are on ly happy when their friends are with them Such overwhelming cordiality is often taken seriously by some unso phisticated oie to such an extent that the pretender is driven to all sorts of shifts to get rid of this one who has taken her word all too liter ally and alas the pretender often tells her intimates how she is bored by the uninitiated one Moral Both the pretender and the uninitiated should think twice before acting Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklcns Ar nica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skin Erup tions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m iKTIII We will on Saturday May 12 beginning at 1 oclock px m sell our entire stock of Queensware Glassware and Lamps This line Must Be Sold- to make room for another lineWe extend a cordial to all the ladies moved for At Frightful itunder 4oa t invitation SYMPS N I 1 rULL s Is to save it The way to save it is to buy your MILLINERY from THE NOEL SISTERS We carry a large stock and give LOW ER PRICES than our competitors there fore we guarantee to save you money if you will try us W I OaC I Tile et Money x tt t oOooooOooQooOoooooo I r N K 1 ICiitcrtulniuciit On Tuesday evening May 15th at Garrard Opera House an entertain meat will be presented which promis es to be the biggest affair of the sea son It will be under the direction of IT T Leonard late of the Chapman Warren Co and his vifeLillian Calef and interesting child will appear also in the cast together with local talent selected each person in consideration of her or his peculiar fitness to the character assigned Many new speci alties will be introduced and a cake walk performed by several children led by Baby Grace will be a feature As the performance is to be given for the benefit of Garrard Lodge Xo 29 Knights of Pythias the house will be a large one All would do welljto se cure their seats in advance at McRob erts Drug Store Many person are expected from neighboring sister odgcs and and there will be a rush Rehearsals have been on for a week past and Mr Leonard is highly pleased with the progress and says the performance will be a boom er X PROGRAMME Overture Miss Grace Kinnaird THE CUHTAIN RAISER rIIAT HAPPENED TO CHARACTERS Letcher Owsley Lillian Calef and Harry Leonard Miss lice Henderson in Specialties Lillian Calef and Baby Grace in new specialties Letcher Owsley in his specialty LITTLE PEOPLES CAKE WALK by 12 littlejines led by Baby Grace Overture Miss Grace Kinnaird The rural Comedy Drama in five acts entitledA HERO CAST OF CHARACTERS Salem boyLetcherMark Duploy Ed Bishop Shad Kershaw Harry Leonard Algy Fitzallen Herbert Kinnaird Morton Bechwith L L Walker Tough Ben Bowery Jake Max Tom Little Billy Huldah Towns G B Swinebroad J II Kinnaird Ben Herndon J M Farra Little Grace Miss Eliza Lusk Madeline DuployMiss Alice Henderson Mother Kinchen Harry Leonard Daisy Beckwith Lillian Calef Act 1 Kershaws Tavern x Bluefield Corners Kentucky Act 2 The Old Kentucky Home Act 5th Ave Home New York Act 4 Kinchcns Den Act House sweet Potato Plants I have a lot of extra nice ones for sale at reasonable prices Geo Smith Jr tf A big lot of samples of wall paper Please call and examine before buying elsewhere Latest styles Mrs Tom Wherritt Smitl Currey Agents for Dan yule Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Oilice at R H Batsonsdry goods store tf All Wool Come and see Wanamakers all wool goods at bottom prices Fits and satisfaction guaranteed Give me a call M D Hughes There is more painting and general improving going on in Lancaster now than has been done for many moons The people are cleaning their premi ses and putting everything in fine shape Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise delin quents and same will be doneina few days J B Sanders S G C Town Lots In Bryantsvlllo for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at tf IAS HILLS r l owns I TUCKY 3Berchwiths 5Beckwiths or t o aaoao aooaooooo00oooooao- oooioRG roc b ooooooaooooooooosoaoooooaooooo t BROW- Ne i beautiful ryan ville particulars I f 10 Dont forget that FRISBIE has a full line of all articles per taining to house cleaning such as a tT V q I gv J Wanted As agent for a 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 at threshing time TOM ADAMS tf Bryantsville Ky I have a little unpaid school tax on 18 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 42itf E W IIAlt HIS Collector Kentucky railroads give tire for one fare to the May Music Festival in Louisville May 14th 15th and IGth 1JOO Roads North of the Ohio give one and onetlyrd fare This is the best opportunity of the year for visiting the Falls City NEWS OF THE ItAILWAYS Rock Island Announces Special Ex cursion Rates The Rock Islands proposition for cheap rate excursions to and from Col orado during this summer has been negatived by the Western Passenger Association In consequence notice was served yesterday on Chairman Mc Leod by General Passenger Agent Se bastain that the Rock Island will take independent action and put in effect a rate of one fare plus 200 for the round trip from Chicago and all intermediate points east of the Mis souri River to Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Salt take City and Ogden Tickets at this rate will be sold on June 20 July and 17 and August 1 From Missouri River points the same rate will be made on the days following these dates Tickets at this rate also will be sold from Missouri River gateways Kansas City to Omaha inclusive on July 7 8 and nth special excursions also will be run by the rock Island front Colorado common points to Chicago and intermediate stations on June 23 July 15 and 20 and August 4 These excursion tickets both east and west bound will be limited for return pas sage to October 31 The Rock Island announces its intention of placing in service special trains for these excur sions leaving Chicago at 5 r M and making the run to Colorado with only one night on the road Chicago The Jolly Picnic Party Friday night at Lowell Schoolhouse at 8 p m Vdmission 10c CHARACTERS Miss Eliza Ruckcr Grandma Sallie Woods Tot Cora Hurt Dot Mr S Davis Coachman School children Picnic children and Brownies Stlos Misses Lusk Mary Lear and Nora Davis Tableau heat Notice Tribune Elisa delivered round- trip 0 Four R ffT rl 0 which bring hope to many a sufferer and banish fear All work is done by thor oughtly skilled and exper ience graduates and opera tion is successfully perfor med Artificial Teeth Ask Our Patients- DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office Ground floor Jn the Hobson Building next door to Government Building W dB WAIN LESS IDENTIST Y r1IiA f G A It Jncunipiiieiit The Eighteenth Annual Knciiniinntiit of the Department of Kentucky Gninil Army of tbe Republic will be held in the beautiful city Lancaster Gurrard county Ky flaw 4 and io 1JOO The encampment will be Op2iie l for business Thursday morning MuyJIlit 10 am The Louisville Nashville railroad and nIl other lines in this State have agreed to furnish trip tickets from nil stations in Kentucky to Lancaster at one fare on account of the State Encampment G A It From near points tick ets will be sold May 23 and 21 and from more distant points May 22 ricer limit May i8 The Department Headquarters will be at the Garrard Hotel room 17 and the Council of Administration is hereby called to meet at the above headquarters the evening of the 2 I at p m to examine the accounts of Assistant Adjutants und Quartermaster Generals The Encampment wili be held In Lancaster Opera House and the rues governing the Nations Encampment will be followed as nearly as possible in governing this Encampment James E Mullen is hereby appointed Officer of the Day for the holding of the Encampment The Committee have secured rates at tin Garrard Hotel at per day all Grand Armv Comrades We are assured that the Lancaster Comrades and the good people will LId us welcome and do all thy can to make our stay with them pleasant Let there be a full attest dance of each post dehgation anti every Coot rude that can possibly do so should come bring his wife AY e will be pleased to see a large delegation and attendance of the member of the W I C and Lidies of the G A K and will cheerfully render them any aid and assistance wlhii our power Let the Sons of Veterans come and they will welcome thrive welcome a De partment Headquarters The following Comrades and citizens of Din caster lire Chairman oi die various committees Oil accommodations for the Encampment and Comrades desiring to secure rooms or other accommodations before going can write the chairman of the committee for any accommo dation he may want On Halls and Music J E Stormes Chairman On Transportation C Hcnioliil I Chairman On iuance V 0 Kidney Chairman On Entertainment Dr J H Kinnaird Chm On Invitations and Receptions J M Lognu Chairman On Reception to Confederate Veterans Win Herndon Chairman On Hotels K E McKoberts Chairman On Relief Corps Miss Frances Col lier Chairman On Ladies of the G A R Circle Mrs Juliet Gill Rogers Chairman On Sony of Veterans Louis Landrnm Clim On Badges and DecorationsJames Dillon Chm On the Press M D Hughes Chairman The Women Relief Corps and the Ladies of the G A R will hold their auual meeting with us at Lancastci on the same dates of our Comrades under the laws of our Stateit is a a the law toivear any emblem such as a bidgu pfa or button that represents orders to which a man does not belong 1ost Commanders are requesred to do all in their power to stop Comrades who have been drop ped from the rolls of this department from wearing any of the emblems of our order A Comrade who does not love the principals of our order well enough to pay his per capita tax und remain in good standing in his post should not want to wear the emblem of time order Comrades see that none wear the badges or buttons of honor where you live unless they do so rightfully I again invite you to come and go with jis Comrades Again submitting to God with thanks for his mercy and favors in all days past and asking continuance of the same- I am yours in F C and L JOS II BROWNING Oflical Department Commander BMATIIEWS Assistant Adjutant General Subscribe for THE RECORD 1 per 00 0 0 0 00 fr 0frfr 00 ALL KINDS OF 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 J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store OCMCMOM MOC and 21 S audI b omen meet- Ing violation of year r00 00 00 I I I IROOFINGGUTTERING I I I I I I I i I It 2I w our cause oe foe oo t I 2000ON This Bnggy I I the amount you save by buying from us The Columbus theKauirman the Moyer the WoodhalT Wo carry a full and com I plele line at prices that cant be duplicated We are doing the Best Carriage 1 Buggy work ever don in Come i I men You get Good Honest polite atten i tion and reasonable prices put on Best Rubber in the March and April are Ideal painting months Our UTE LEAD L AriD mm is THE BEST We carry the standard brands of fine and fillers for interiorfinishes also the leading Paint and Varnish Brushes Our Prepared Paint is guaranteed THE BEST Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plaster and Hair i v tfr OLD RELIABLE Fill O- FLILLJLR23 V Take pleasure in announcing to their Garrard County friends that they have a Complete line of the Best PALNT HOUSES EARLY Giie them a Call They save you Money A wide experience has taugut us how to buy the Latest and Best for the least money Weknbw shown as is now on our countersT- he ladies should not fail to call and see our stock Prices Low SallieD Tillett A 1 2ST O Xu IH3 S SIDING LATH3 ETC LOW PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY is and 3e for yourselves J e hve firstclass work k Ci I U H iLL JIWe me prepare f H n ft g mn V n 8W fJ i U rH 6 stockof VJ LiNSEED n VARNiSHES fHJDflNG hardoil mae of STORMEzg DRUG STORE h J rFf J SJ g ft if rUE STOUT DANVILLE KY 7ft t PAINTSAIUflSM S ANijRUSHES TOUR f y A f f youwillnot As Pretty Stylish fillinery J S E3 IETAL ROOFING y 1KB F L 0 RI N G I I ics and L4 ucasteranQ e tro w to Tiles market- sd i 14 l 000G401Ati 0t 00 F re AA 4 9- M ta R1 ooooodooot e 0 3i t 7- d CEILING 9 WICER J C Siler Co shipped twelve horses to Memphis Tenn Tuesday to be sold there American mutton will not compete with English successfully unless we use roots Pure water and salt in which is mixed oneiifth bulk ashes should be constantly before the lambs The large juicy mutton lamb free from lubber is in demand for ex port trade at long prices and wool is booming Ohio Farmer- J C Siler attended Richmond court and reports heifers at 4 to 4i cows 3 to 4cts steers from 4c to At the dispersion sale of the Fair view herd at Chicago 112 Hereford cattle averaged 68941 Dale the champion bull brought 7500 the biggest price ever paid for a Hereford bull in the United States at either private or public sale Dale was bred and raised by Mr Graves who sold him in his sale at Kansas Gjfty two years ago for 1000 to a Mr Nave Theresa S2SJIG calved in iS brought 3030 and Lady Help imported 2 700 When the liver fails to secrete bile the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties the digestion becomes and the bowels constipated IIERB1NE 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 Birds do an immense amount of drudgery for man if they do now and then reward themselves by a dainty tidbit of ripening fruit A pair of robins have been watched while they carried a thousand earthworms to their brood Woodpeckers destroy eggs and larva which would develop millions of destructive creatures in forests and orchards and one of most inevitable foes of the jcanker worm is the beautiful oriole were it but allowed to live and hang cradle to the elm For every wing of black and orange on a young girls hat an apple tree is stripped of leaves and young fruit or an elm is denuded of its graceful foilage by the canker worm Farm Journal Science has found that rheumatism is caused by uric acid in the blood This poison should be excreted by the kidnejs Xo rheumatism with healthy kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure makes tlnm well C C J E Stormes Have jou learned to value the full worth of toads in your warfare against insects In many rural the Frenchmen put up boards with this inscription Toads help agriculture destroy 20 to 30 insects each Dont kill toads and this of birds Each department of Prance loses yearly millions of francs by the injury done by insects Dont Kill the birds Yicks Magazine Children who are weak fretful or troublesome should be given a few doses of WHITES CREAM VERMI FUGE They will then become strong healthy and active rosy cheeks bright eyes will be happy and laughing all the day long Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes A single acre of Washington timber recently measured by the Davison of Forestry contained 218090 feet of lir 11000 feet of hemlock and 6000 feet of cedar making a total stand 230G90 feet The smallest fir on the acre was 3 feet in diameter and the largest 8 feet The height of the forest approximated 300 feet The hemlock was scaled down to 30 inches ill diameter and had it been scaled 12 or 14 inches as customary in East the stand would have been several thousand feet greater This acre was about 30 miles from Tacoma Rheumatism is conceded to have its origin in a poisoned condition of the blood and to be most successfully treated by HERBINE which acts upon the liver kidneys and other blood purifying organs thereby di gesting the system of the agents Price 50 C C J E Stormes farmers organization in the Northwest call for an international agricultural conference in July the chief purpose of which is to persuade the farmers of ih3 world to reduce their wheat 20 per not to sell a bushel for less than a dol lar We very much if anything can be accomplished in this way for the of the farmers and it is not the right plan at any rate It is d f ofwood 5 cts the its swinging communities hourly offending cents- I outputby cent and doubt benefit b impaired f c t U p re tIC r i t I f Cannot be Cut Out or Removedwith PlastersSurgical operations and flesh destroying piasters are useless painful and dangerous and besides never cure Cancer No a cancerous sore is removed another comes at or near the same point and always in a worse form Does not this prove conclusively that Cancer is a blood disease and that it is folly to attempt to cure deepseated dangerous blood trouble by or out the sore which after only an of the a place for the poison Cancer runs in families through many generations and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at any time to be stricken with the malady Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood S S S eaters the circulation searches out and removes all taint and stops the formation of cancerous cells No mere tonic or ordinary blood medicine can do this S S S goes down to the very roots of the disease and forces out the deadly poison allowing sore to heal naturally and permanently S S S at the same time purifies the builds up the general health t I curesCancerbloodand allis S S i A little a looking wart or mole a jn the breast a cut or bruise that refuses toheal under ordinary should all be looked upon with suspicion as this is often the beginning of a bad form cancer u treatment Mrs Sarah M Keesling Wit3 cr Avc Bristol Tenn writes Iam 41 old rnd for three had suffered with a severe form of Cancer on jaw which the doctors in this city said was incurable and that I could not live more than six months I their statement as bottles the sore began to heal much to the surprie of the and Our medical department in charge of physicians of long ears appetiteisdruggistor information wanted we make no charge whatever for this service Write for any advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA1r who are especially in Cancer other blood diseasessaitiea treating and in the nature of a great trust the thing the farmers condemn is man ufacturers and others The wheat trust would be the biggest in the world if it could be formed Ex The boys arc talkingof giving horses a rest until after the G A H but a good one comes in every now and then Cyclists should always carry a bottle of BALCARDS SNOW LINIMENT in ease of accident if applied it will subdue the pain swelling and discoloration and quickly heal the wounds Price 25 and f0 cents C C J E Stormes J C Siler Co bought at Monday four horses at from 50 to G5 They bought three at liar rodsburg at from 35 to 115 One of the most detrimental to which our pastures are most frequently subjected is close grazing Our system of close grazing followed by periods of prolonged drouth inev leads to a weakening vitality of the plant resulting Tna deli cient stand and reduced A practical and successful stockman once remarked that the way to get grass is to let it grow This embodies the secre f successful pas turing in the blue grass region to preserve this principal means a yearly loss of by reason of deteriorated and im paired productive capaci of the A Follower of Measels In many a persistent cough follows an attack of measels In speaking of this 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 of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the cough has disappeared I consider medicines the best on the market For sale by B E Mcllob erts druggist 1m J C Siler sold to B F Robinson a lot of 100 lb shoats at 4 cts lIe also sold to Rice Benge a nice springer cow at 3250 By shearing early you have many decided advantages the first of which is that you can do this before the rush of other farm operations later on If your sheep are ticky you will remove most of them in shearing and thus save them longer which is no small item and your sheep will be much heavier in the fall than if not shorn till and they will have much more wool on them to protect them from weather at the beginning of another winter Financially you will have nearly or quite as much money by not washing when all the items connected therewith are considered Little Early Risers are the finest pills I ever T Moore Millbrook Ala They quickly cure all liver and bowel trouble F P Frisbie Pharmacy 1m An effect is again being made to start in Louisville a stock yard con pany in competition with the Yards The Bourbon has had a monopoly of the business for so long that people have almost ceased to hope for relief The several efforts which have been heretofore made in this have not resulted in any to shippers of live stock All competition is either bought out or frozen out by the Bourbon When a competing yard is proposed the only question which the Bourbon people seem to consider is Which is the cheapest to buy them out or freeze them out Farmers nome are steadily advancing in price wluna ver they are offered for sale if the owners do not obtain tlnir pries they hold thsm which is a sing i there is faith for batter future sales Choice and fat mules from four to seven years old of extra good and heavy are quoted at the following prices 141 to 15 hands high 50 to 80 15 to 15 hands high 80 to 100 15J j to 1C hands highr103 to 120 16 hands high 100 to 120 1C hands extra heavy weight good ones 120 to 150 Farmers Home Journal I AH Epidemic IVltooplus Cough Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my children ed 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 JSorwood House Norwood N Y This remedy is forsale by B E McRoberts gist 1m i I i I jt immediately prevent Richmond conditions grass productiveness simple ent very nearly Failure ock pas- tureland instances rr dos entirely Chamberlains coming boarding inclement ExchangeDeWitts usedD Bourbon direction benefit proposed JournalMules asking I contract i tbly dru sssThe horse market is humming Pri ces have touched the highest notch of the season All classes of buyers were hungry last week for the best grade of horses of all kinds and the liveliest sort of market was experienced A draft gelding weighing a little over a ton sold to a London dealer at 325 and a lot of them went at from 250 to 320 one consignment of lif teen head aver aging 2JG Thirteen coach horses made an average of 302 and some real choice ones of this class brought around 500 Such figures as these will send farmers hunting for the best stallions The men who stand the stallions need not cut one anothers throats in order to get business Breeders Gazette PETEKSHUUG Ill Oct 13th 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill 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 child and since I gave her your she has been perfectly healthy altho she 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 Mus C A TIIUCKMULIE Sold at McBoberts Drug Store The Hessian fly problem has been solved according to newspaper reports A farmer in the central part of the State thinks he has discovered how to keep the fly out of his wheat at a expense Just as his wheat was coming up last fall he scattered mon salt over half a field leaving other half without lie used about a bushel of salt to the acre lie says it worked charm The of the field salted has a good stand of wheat entirely free from fly while the other half is badly damaged man says he has prevented from fly by sowing a barrel of air slacked lime on fifteen acres as soon as the wheat came up repeating the at intervals of a few days Are you interested in the Light Harness Horse If so you want the Kentucky Stock Farm It is the leading authority on all matters to the breeding raising and training of the 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 BEC caster Ky tf KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crop ami Live Stock May 1st 1900 The condition of wheat in the winter wheat producing States may be summed up as follows In Ohio Michigan and Indiana the crop is practically a failure Many of the counties of those States will fail to prodtce as many bushels as were sown last fall Winter wheat in is in much the same condition as in the three States named In the prospect is for less than an average crop Missouri has a flue prospect for crop as have the States of Kansas and Iowa WHEAT IX KENTUCKY The average condition of the wheat crop of the State May 1st compared with normal years is 100 which is 4 points above the April average and 12 points above the average for the past four years The three sections of the State sepaiately show the average condition as follows Western 101 central 97 southeastern 102 It must not be supposed from the that the crop generally speak presents a less favorable prospect the central than in the other sec The lower average is rUe to the poor prospect in the counties of Boone and Kenton of which mention was made in the April report i improvement has occured in these counties as a whole though there are some fine fields to be seen Campbell County though the condition was 07 on April 1st the crop has improved until the condition- I is now normal A large number of correspondents report the crop the finest ever known at this season The t That Throbbing Ileiuliiclie Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches Thev make pure blood and strong nerves rind build up health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist j 1m I I I I medicine moderate tiny part Another damage process I pertaining CO NlItAL subscriptions WHEAT principal Wisconsin Illinois foregoing ling G llatin Little In re Thousands your I t coni- Cth liken 45 whiz growth Is so rank that there Is some apprehension that the crop will lodge before It can be harvested In some fields it is thin on ground but as a rule it has tillered well during the month and the stand is good Answer to question what per cent of aver age will be blowed up show that there will be practically no loss oT a creage in this wayOATS The acreage of oats shows an in crease for this year being 101 as with acreage of 1S9U The con dition is 92 as compared with average years The seed germinated well but the weather has been too cool and dry fur best results the cool nights and lack of moisture at the close of the month being especially unfavorable CORN The favorable weather for carrying forward farm work was fully utilized in preparing for and planting corn so that instead of the crop being late as was forecasted last month it is fully up to the average in date of planting and in many counties is far in advance of the usual planting season The condition of the soil is also a matter generally noted by The crop therefore has this prime essential to a good production to start with Some early corn is up with a stand put serious injury is threatened by which are present in great numbers The of crop of 1899 still in farmers hands is very small 15 per cent as against 29 per cent on May 1st 18C9 TOBACCO Tobacco plants tire generally plentiful but deficient in size which will probably delay setting somewhat Some injury from is reported but not enough to affect the large acreage contemplated The condition of plant beds compared with average years is 93 CLOVER AXrTlASTUUES Clover was badly winter killed and in many counties the loss is well nigh total This is remedied to some by very favorable reports from other counties The condition is 82 as Unable to Work 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 compared with the normal for this date Pastures are backward and other grass besides clover have from effects of winter The condi tion of pastures is 82 as compared with average years LIVE STOCK Live stock is thin in flesh as a result of the scant supply of feed and All classes however are healthy if we except distemper among young horses and mules Stock hogs arc scarce Spring lambs arc in fair The general average condition as compared with the of this date is 87 FRUIT ritOSPECTS Fruit prospects have improved the last month and we are now assured of a liberal supply of all of fruits grown in the State no harm comes in the way of late frosts Some complaint is made of scant apple bloom and it is gener ally considered that the condition of the peach trees resulting from the severe winter of 18 J will prevent a large crop of this fruit The prospect as compared with this date of average years is for 94 Peaches 79 Pears 81 Cherries 92 Grapes 93 Strawberries 95 On this data of 1899 the prospect was for A 91 Peach es 02 Pears 09 Cherries G8 Grapes 71 Strawberries 85 Kobbcil the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no ly growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me tIp a friend advised trying Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a deci ded improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbod the grave of another No one should fail to try them Only 50cts guaranteed at McRoberts 1m FORESTS CAVALRY Reunion At Brlces Cross Koads rune lON v Organization The following order Las bocn issued by Mai Gen 1 C Headquarters Forests Cavalry Corps Mnr A5 No A The orgtiiiizxtfon of Forests Veteran into a corps of two divisions nf two brigades each the snnie and the vet erans assigned to each brigade is hereby an nounced Maj Gun D C Kelley Commanding Corps First Division MHJ Gen W II Jackson com First IJrij de Gen Baxter Smith composed of Middle Tennessee and Alabama Veterans Second Brigade Brig Gen G H C Holt composed of K a id 11 w Tiuni5 sja veterans except B lls old brigade Second Division Mnj Gen H Belt commanding First Brigade Gen Robert McCulloch of Belts old Tennessee brigade and all other veterans not otherwise jssisned Keeond Urkadu Gen J C Llautou composed of all Mississippi veterans By order of Chas W An A A G Reunion of al veterans who at any time served wfth hen N U Forrest on o Brices X toads June 10 and 11 STAFF OFFICES Chnrcs W Anderson A A G Dr James B CcWiin Chief Surgeon ArtilleryCaptThe above officers are the survivors of Gen Forests stuff To flll vacancies the following uppofnttrents are announced S Colonel and Chief Franklin Hanllton Parks Colonel and Aidede Camp Nashville J C Gcoch Colonel and Chief Commissary JacksonDC Colonel and Chief of Ordnance Memphis A W Collier Colonel and Inspector General Memphis E S Walton Colon il and chief Eugfuccrs U II Mihon Chaplin Memphis John Ovcrton Cooncl and AidedeCamp Memphis H J Livingston Coonel and AidedeCamp I I compared excellent correspondents cut worms percent reported cutworms extent suffered roughage generally condition normal during classes providing sunken appetitegradual Fortunately Electric victim Drug Store Kdl officers Bri n t MnJ K t Cowa f Sllrdf Miss I f lInt ten elley Quartermaster INSURANCE Representing Follow Companies Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile R KINNAIRD Aetna Lifo Ins Go gf sZ493 THE NATIONAL BANK I I llatfordCo I c CAPITAL 15000000 t f op SURPLU 10 OOOOf j 1 I LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STOBMES Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMERY BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas SpIlman Alex R Dcnnr A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W HKinnaird Queen Crescent Koute PASSES DANVILLS NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 a K Number 6 Daily Number Flag 356amNumber 2 dont stop 3 sep m SOUTH BOUNP Number 1 stops when flaged Number 5 Daily except 11 12 amNumber 9 Daily Sunday 755 pm Numbers Midnight ll4ir ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Spscial Bargains in Farms Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and It is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea all other results of imperfectdigestion Prepared bv E C DcWItt A Co Crjlcago F P Frisbie th I t1 pm 11 am exc L F HUBBLE u Blue- Grass Kedol reconstructing organs Sick s 46 latulence Liiu 5UN If1 BRONCHITIS CuRED Dr Bells is the best cough remedy we have ever used wife a se rere case of bronchitis and throat trouble and without Dr Bells PineTarHoney in our house T A Ky extentthatnow almost recovered We w 11 never be REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT BUSINESS RESOURCES Loans and discounts JlXJifiS 28 Overdrafts secured aud unsecured 137955 00Stocksand fixtures 8500 CO Other real estate and inortgaKts owned 120000 Due from National Bunks not Re serve C759 fS Hue from State Binks and Bankers 377 62 Due front approved reserve agents 201J 35 Internal revenue stamps J4U 00 Chccksand other items S71 09 00FractionalCOSpecienotes 2410 00 1 10501 GO Redemption fund with U S 5 per cent of circulation 12Q 00 TOTAL yjQ3799 87 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid fu 50000 00 fund Undivided profits less expenses and taxes 2001 7C National Bank notes outstanding 22500 00 Blinks 7275iDue to State Banks and Bankers 8 Individual deposits subject to check 112 640 42 Tax Fund 224 17 TOTAL ua J7 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKRAKD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bunk do solemnly swear that the above is true to bet of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3 day of ilay 1900 S C DENNY Notary Public CORRECT Attest J M IIiGGixiiOTiivu i Directors LEWIS Y REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE IHTHIIItL BANK OF LANCASTER CLOSE RESOURCES Loans and discounts flJOGll 20 Overdrafts secured nnd unsecured 29 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 CO Stocks securities etc oOO 00 fixtures 11000 00 Other real estate and mortgages own ed 711S12 Due from National Ranks not Re serve Agents ISO 04 approved reserve agents 5290 21 Revenue 7 08 Notes of other National Ranks 915 Fractional paper cnrreueynickelscts 55 27 Specie Legaltender notes 13207 00 Redemption Fund with Treas urer 5 of circulation 2500 00 Total J2Sfiil 21 LIABILITIES stock paid in 500CO 00 Surplus fund 10000 OJ Undivided profits less expenses und taxes twid fi27G 51 National Rank notes outstanding 15000 00 Due to other Rants 131M 5C Due to State Hiinks and Bankers 2701 59 Individual deposits subject to check 15GC91 95 Certified 251G CO Total I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named hank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to best of my knowledge and belief S C Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4 day of May 1900 R KINNAIRD Notary Public Commission expires 10th 1JOl CORRECT Attest A LEX R DENNY WM HKISNAIKD Directors JNO E STOKMES J Notice to Creditors AH persons claims against the estate of Andrew Jackson col deceased will present them to me properly proven before 1100 3t J X DUNN Aduir J X DUNN rOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE Land Savsryor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO CLOSE OF nUlkin house furniture 10000 00 27 statement LEAYELL KY AT OF BUSINESS APRiL 261 00 610 Bnnkin Due from 00 97O7 00 J500 00 U S 28611221 STATEOF KEXTUCKYCOUNTY oFGAplunDss I I APRIL 261900 Treasurer Due to olier TM ARNoLD I fiiriiitiire slid ug Knox WorldRenowned We have them in straw just the right thing 200 and 3 Also Stiff hats at 4 and Fedora and Crush Other fine brands We are selling a great many Pearls We use every to please you The Leading Shoe and Fur nishing House Danville t I ers will effort n Cai d well Lan i e r u I HATS Burton s SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON JOHN T JOHNSTON County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended S BEAZLEY our Civil Engineeringand also 4 1 toy LIVERY I 3DE2STTIST Teeth extracted without pain vrth Vitalised Air Office in the Bookout Huiidinir Danville street oppo ite Presby criau church For Congress We are authorized to announce lion George of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth dis trict suuject to the regular action of the Dem ocraflc party W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRSTCLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE G Gilbert LETCHER OWSLEY 81J 11811IJAP CONSUMPTION CuRED I haTe sold for one Find it a splendid remedy and good seller Bold five bottles to of thisplace who was considered to have consump Graham COTVTR3 Dr BELLS PINETARHOHETT- O TilE WEAK AND WEARY COUGHWORN LUNGS Natures COUGHLUNGcontact with that most natural and speedy cure Dr Bells PINE TAR HONEY advances a New Theory in the Treatment of It cures the Cough curing the Cause This cuts the mucus and destroys the of disease heals soothes so that there is no inclination to cough Colds Whooping Cough and Lung Soreness disappear by its use as snow before the sunshine of TRY A 25o BOTTLE ON A GUARANTEE ALL DRUGGISTS ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED to refund the price if it fails to giye entire satisfaction in any and all cases child or adult spnng PNEUMONIA PREVEHTEB I had a severe cold and sore throat la Bells and after using it one and night I am sithat it Is best remedy that ever used recommend it to Lawia O Davis J P Mo Ifact I thought Xwas taking I got a of tI Allenville j Lookout for Substitutes Demand BELLS PlfiE TAR HONEY tad do not let any druggist offer you one oflhose cheap mixtures on which he makes a big DR BELLS PINETARHONEY soN by all good druggists i Prepared only by THE E E SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO Paducah Ky AT McROBERTS KY syndicatecough pro J DRUG STORE LANCASTER f L