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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KU as Second Class Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MAY 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I troth S H w ri r rrxn ew I w trI gT1ntrtELVENTII YEtf LAN DRAM tael m i OUBi DBY SmJ CO 1P S OUR f LEAD ft I l c1r1r iIPAjl iflJJ FOLLOW r i r L i I n- r Sf1 fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy g C J ooooceao Q oacoaaa oaor o garacsoaaaaaaoc oaaaoao t o Look out for pickpockets See Haseldcn for rooting and gutter lug All kinds of fresh vegetables at T Curnys I Sneak thieves are becoming numer ous Load the gun Finc Irish table linen at reduced prices at Josephs Our Drugs are as good as our Soda 5t FKISIIIES DRUG STOKE Some strictly new cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 41 The Marshal is keeping up the laughter Let the good work pro Have your lawn mowers shears sewing machines c sharpened and repaired at Conns Decorate yotir ibles with Banner Bread for the Blue Grass Grocery Co Good goods at lowest price is our motto The people have this out and patronize us accordingly R A STONE Rev J N Preston editor of the Baptist Argus Louisville preached it tile Baptist church Sunday night His sermon was greatly enjoyed by a large congregation rite Blue tin Cray Dont fail to hear the above song It was sung over 400 times at A R Encampment at Finley Ohio Will bi sung at Opera House each and afternoon Buy Banner bread from us And you wont get the crust Salt Rising French and Pat Pan Is good enough for any man Fresh every day is what we say We guarantee this or no pay Blue Grass Grocery f A It Program AVADIfKSDAY NIGHT MAY 23 An informal meeting in the Court IlotueT- IIUKSDAV NAY 24 Music in Central Park at 8 oclock a in While the band is playing Old Kentucky Home the crowd will gath er Speeches of welcome by Lewis L Walker and W I Williams Res ponse by Gen E II Ilobson NAY 24TH AT NIGHT After Gen Gordons lecture speech of welcome to the Confederate in the Court by Win Hern don Response by Judge R J Breck in ridge FRIDAY MAY 25TH The precession will form on Lexing ton street the head resting in front of Public Square building extending North down Lexington street All Confederate Veterans are especially invited to join the ranks with G A R Veterans OltDEK OF MAKCII Commander and Staff in carriages Ladies and others in carriages Military Baud Veterans Sons of Veterans Civic Bodies x Several Bands Throughout the LINE OF MAUCII South along Lexington street West along Water street South along Paul ding street East along Danville street to the Public Square South along Stanford street East along Crab Or chard street North along Campbell street West along Richmond street to the Public Square thence around the square several times Break rants w dog eed salt and the G night 0 r ft 1otiii1 Co- G Veterans robin Procession i I Give the old vets a warm reception Seed corn on the car Banks rind son V 419 500 pies of Calico all shades at 4 Boat be too ineaslcy stingy to a few Hags today Several communications came in tc day just as we go tiMUess Dont go to the Opera House unless you want a heart y laugh Try General Gordons Cigar lOcv 3t Frisbies Drug Store Yard wide percales darn and light patterns to select from at Josephs We employ no GraphophonVto Every public spirited man in town will lend a hand toward entertaining the old soldiers AVant to trade for 50 old buggies snrrieHetc New stock to select from Conns Carriage Shop Donjt be deceived but at the Old Reliable T Currey you can the Best the lowest prices all the time Just IScccivccl A car load of Paris manufactured ice Telephone your order II B iSfOKTIICOTT Clean SIioxv Nothing will be put on the stage at Opera House this week that will offend any person Everything clean and uptodate We lead and never follow If you want bargains come to us We orig inate low and special prices and oth ers jump 011 the bund wagon later Come and see if this is nottrue J JOSEIH Extra Police At the meeting of the City Council Monday night ten extra policemen were selected to serve during the week and they were instructed to allow no monkey business They will obey or ders Commercial Club Not Coming The Louisville Commercial Club having had trouble with the rail road company over a rate abandoned their visit to this city Friday The Club claims they have not been treated fairly and would make no compromise their first request of the rail road people Their failure to come is the source of much disappointment to our citizens who were preparing to do the honors in proper style and make the visit of the Club enjoyable THE RECORD sincerely hopes the Club will come our wav at sonic future time Gen Cordons Opinion Gen John B Gordon Commander inchief of the Unitcl Confederate Veterans Association believes that the Confederate Reunion held in Lou i5ville will be by far the largest aid most successful ever held The cen tral location of the city says the general will bring thousands of Con federates to the gathering who have heretofore not attended the annual ncetings From what L understand no other city has ever made the that Louisville is making to velcome the veterans I am satisfied that not less than 25000 will be there then with 25000 more visitors inclu ding families kinsmen and friends of the veterans I think it safe to say that Louisville can expect to enter tain 50000 visitors T J Jose putout custom don t have to n A TONE get GOOI s w Ill sa draw 11e Calla flour the i preparation Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Sweetp6tato plants for sale by T Carrey X Seed corn on the car Banks Hu J son 419 Ilaselden keeps the cheapest in town New stock of watches and diamonds Think of a dollar attraction for of c at Opera House Hear the Blue and the Gray at Opera House every night Dont Hiiti 7 headouateis for harness AV j Joseph has the prettiest line of par asols ever shown in Get you a handmade saddle at old prices made by W II Smith- J R HASELDEX Elder Joseph Ballon of Stanford will fill the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning R A Stone has a bi stock of bee room sets soafers lounges couches bedsteads chairs rockers etc and they all need selling Go to E W Morrow graduate op tician at Store f r spectacles Eyes FIlER at store or your home All the latest songs and dances at Opera House Wednesday Thursday and Friday nights Prices lower floor jOe balcony 5c children under 12 25c Town Lots In JJryuntsville for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Biyantsville Cor particulars tf Ls HILLS The City Council has ordered all ve hicles and other obstructions off the Square and streets this week Hitch your nag in the stable or in the alley if you dont want him dancing to the music of the many bands and drum corps Printing 1ress For Sale W P Walton of Stanford offers for sale two presses one a 33x37 Cot trell Sons drum cylinder and the other a Gordon jobber 14x22 They are both in good oondition and a bar gain can be secured Dinner Thursday und Friday The ladies of the Christian Aid will served dinner in the engii e house tomorrow and Friday They will only charge twentylive cents Dinner to consist of fresh meats old ham coffee biscuit and other sul stantials Ices and cakes will also be served Tickets will be sold and those of our people who havent time to prepare dinner at home can be ac comodated here Would be a love There has bacn some talk among members of the Fiscal Court of erect ing a row of olliccs on the lot to the county running back full length of the Court House The buildings would be only one story high and about thirty feet from the Court IIouseso no possible interference with the light or danger from tire could be had The building would not cost much and would within three or four years pay for itself in rents Lawyers would rent the oillccs as they would be close to the Court House made to suit their requirements have plenty of light and ventilation The erec tion of this building would also fur nish a place to put in another vault which will become necessary sooner or later the ones now in use already be ing crowded with books and papers that must be preserved at Thompson I I mans contra lKentucJj McPobei s tr tted iso harness P e rug C Society t belonging Elegant hosiery at Jospehs Get Ilaselden repair your mctil roofs A superb line of handkerchiefs at Josephs N See our line otviOc glassware in win dow at Thompsons Spring Chickens for G A R at 17 B Northcotts r harncs W JC ROM Red Ash Bluegem anl Brilliant Up stairs rooms on Public Squrre for rent A lv to Joe If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money The P lodge will have a thrJ degree to confer Saturday night So meeting Friday night Rev J C Massec will fill his regu lar appointment at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Ye cap save jOU s coal for cash cheap J U Moss rtr XiI lass K rued ey Visit Joe Xiklass shaving Get your saddle padded at Ilasel Spring chickens but a little high yet See J A Beazlcys line of wall pa per before buying Childrens fast color hose seamless at Josephs Go to J A Boaley for a maw and beautiful line of wall paper 1 you wi 1 r Store Jt New buggies at rock bottom prices tUonns Carriage Shop Flags for decorations paper napkins lambkin papers A R t Thompsons vi Matinee at Opera House Thursd y and Friday Dont fail to see the best i show of the season Stray Sow Black with white stripe acro s shoulder one ear cut off Left about j Sunday Jas B Collier It dens pe I If you try our Soda of come again rishics Dr C fur G I I I parlor are stir by piuetons etc I Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar anteed J A Funeral Directors JIll l Beazley Co iJruipiiipii tyccialty Full Line of siiitnre tod Carpets Arteriti II Cuitr ntbnllnting A LOCAL TIloIE TABLES L I Sonthbmt Xiscd passes Lancaster 11 10 AM Xorthbnd Mixed 3 p M Njrthbnd 25 AM i2ri M coPass gr 5utrt bud yE O 0000000 0300 0 000 0E0 SUITS TIATMENI ofKiigIifs- i his1 Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall iting Knights are fraternally J E ROBINSON C C G B SWIXEBROAD KR S Alf 1 invited I I IJIn 0U COMPEL 1n PEl1 hill IlidliUII If you havent bought your Spring suit yet we can give you some very inter esting figurs We can give you satis faction as well as econemy Our suits and 1200 will buy a firstclass suit and you will be surprised to learn how good these suits are Look through our Tailoring Department suits made to measure and fit guaranteed Prices from 15 to 4500 per suit See our line of Mens 350 Walkover Shoes Our line of Ladies fine foot wear made b Drew Selby and excel anything in town J- II Prices that Exact tg I I fine Shoes a 0 looking See Our Shirt Department fancies Our collection of Fancy Shirts is varied enough to lilt all fancies The Shirtmakers have turned out hutUreds of new radio Jly new piterns this Spring and every new conception is represented here It is a pleasure to run through them antI that pleasure is yours sir any time you say Frices from Sac to r 50 QJF Have we got them Vell we should say so How many do you want f have enough to covar every head j town and County Its very difficult i for us to try to tell you about them Theres too much to tell Prices from 25c to 200 lf j Ii meet all fi t0 ii J 8J Straw Hats Ve in Ip t Cam r x St We 3 ls ranged To II Beautiful line of Neckwear pS loan 0 Inson I JB z 0 o Up Date Hosiery e o o0 000 00 0 0 0 000 0 o oo oo o 4 t SPECIAL NO 5 FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY Mir 28th 1900 16 Ibs Best Granulated Sugar 100 FINEST CHOCOLATE CREAM DROPS lOc per Ib You know they sell at roc a pound anywhere in town CANNED APPLES AT 7 cents A CAN They are as fine as silk Regular price roc FINEST LAYER FIGS AT 7cts a POUND Did you ever make any of that delicious White House Fig Pudding Of course not for its something out and all the rage for uptodate dinners We have the original receipe for making this elegant dish and you can have one FREE by calling at our store YOUR FRIEND Blue Grass GroceryPh- one 83 T E SMITH Mgr I newjust t CENTRAL RECORD WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 KVEET WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRA3T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY R IN ADVANCE 100 TERMS SIX MONTHS 50- THBKE 25 RICHMOND as well as some other to vns suffers from windy reporters to the daily press If a pig crosses the streets of our pretty neighboring city it is telegraphed with hot haste to the dailies And as the u hiana Democrat says when the ers run out of material they sit Gen Cassius 3E Clay at Winy Hall and rehash his troubles special correspondence racket is orked for a great deal more than m is worth all over the state It to do with keeping the public Ken tuckys reputation for shooting than any onj thing Klliij of people of not the least prominence some of them better out of the way are heralded in horse type reports of low classes of criminals given peniten sentences are wired in with great haste and trivial matters of not enough interest for the local pa per are scattered broadcast If the publishers the big dailies only knew how they were gulled in this way they e as more befor other ONE I port ti try t would certainly choke oil about per cent of their rural staff EVEUY few days TilE RECORD re ceives letters from bureaus in Washington Chicago or New York containing several proof sheets of edi torials of various lengths written in the interest of either the republican or democratic Each is labeled with the kind otTer to allow us the use of so much thereof as we see We mustered enough nerve to read one of them the other and it showed that an expert hand had it 1ft had the same twang of all political literature and like the rest simply called the other side thieves and cutthroats Politics has come to the point where the principal object is to abuse the oppos gffrty Fifteen or twenty years ago one could hear politicians set forth the principles of their party but today the one who can the meanest things of his considered the ablest man in his To hades with such rot THE StanVird Interior Journal is out in a new mnn printed on a new Walton is indeed a hustler determined to keep abreast of the lie is an able editor and a newspaper man which together with being blessed with the best outside man we ever saw enables him to keep the Journal at the head of the procession of newspapers When he take a no boil to do anything hard work pains j I ninety party proper day written sa opponent s rat S splinter press lfr and nes tea led country I FINAL CLEARANCE SALE Tailor Hade Suits In this sale we make prices which are sure to sell all these suits Ve do this now in the height of the season so as not only to sell all the suits but also to advertise our suit department We have divided our Eton Suits into four lots as follows vi Lot i 775These are all Eton Suits silk lined coats made of Homespuns and Venetians in Blue Gray Tan and Black We sold 35 of these at 1375 and 1250 and have only 10 suits left Lot 2 975These are all Eton Suits beautifully made and stitched of fine Venitian cloth These sold for 1500 We have 7 suits left and offer at 975 Lot 3 1 1 75There are 5 styles in this lot All Broadcloth and Venitians and in the most approved shapes The cheapest of these sold for 1650 and up to 1950 We have 15 suits left and offer choice at 1175 Lot 4 1500These were the finest suits we had They are made of Venitians and Broadcloths which cost 300 and 3 50 yd and it takes 5 yards to a suit We sold these from 2250 to 2750 each have only 7 suits left all Etons and offer these at 1500 I 1 Ve a Bttt Danville KT iville IIYlea Y 3 a o nor money stand in his way He has been exceedingly kind to the editor of TIlE RECOUD not only since our embarkation upon the sea of journal ism but for many years prior thereto and we rejoice in the great success he is making of the Interior OUR good friend Jim Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat is in mortal dread of being captured by some girl We didnt intend to get him in trouble and will stand his firm de fender should he be attacked by a pettycoat He says in last issue We have regarded Louis the RECOUD as a friend and loved him like a brother but here he is trying to get us into trouble by advising tome Kentucky girl to cap ture us and get a mighty good hus band A man may look like a good husband smell like a husband and taste like a good husband and yet prove a mighty poor sort of husband after all You cannot tell by appear ances Landram would keep hands otTo We shall hold him respon sible for accidents THE Supreme Court turned down the republicans in their appeal and the decision gives a victory to the democrats As this is the court of last resort the case is settled thank the Lord and peace will be restored in the state Some reports say Mr Bjadley will file a petition for rehear ing but it will cut no ice Taylor has disbanded his militia and ordered Gen Collier to turn over the otliccs to the democrats All true Kentuckiaus should into their closets or some other and return thanks long and loud for being delivered out of one of the nastiest messes a state ever suffered from JUDGE Jonx IT WESTOVEH has formally announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination to succeed Congressman Berry Judge is one of the brainiest newspaper men in the state and if the voters knew his sterling qualities as well as do his brethren of the press they would give him a solid support That Throbbing lleuilucbe Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Pings New Life Pills of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and 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 HcCHEAIlY Sanders and Walker bought some cattle from Thos nill at 3c delivered the first of September J W Hill bought some hogs from different parties at Jc A Walker bought a saddle horse froth J T Hardin for 75 J T bought a sorrel mare from Hill for 00 Science has found that rheumatism is caused by uric acid in the blood This poison should be kidneys Xo rheumatism with healthy kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure makes them well C C J E Miss Lillie Warner spent last week with Mrs W T West in C is improving since he has been in Denver Colorado Miss Pearl Ross from Lancaster and Mrs Clayton Wearren of Lexington were guests of Mrs Almira Wearren last week Mr Ben Ham has returned from Russell county Mrs Robert Austin remains quite ill at her home near here Miss Jennie Hardin is im proving after a severe spell of tonsi litis Mrs Will Long of Marksbury has been at the bedside of her sister Miss Jennie Harden Mnjr A Amon will go to Midway this week to the of her class mates this week Mr and Mrs J B Sanders of Lancaster were here Sunday Misses Jennie Maze and Rozella Guile v attended preaching at Antioch Sunday and their grandmother tilts Louslan Guliej To heat a Hurt Use Banner Salve the great healer Its guaranteed for cuts woundssores piles and skin diseases BRYANTSVILLE Mr Tom Turner lost his barn by fire last Sunday night Call and see the new Leghorns at MrsJIaseldens just in 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 Mrs Woodard and daughterBertha of Harrison county have been the guests of Mrs Anderson Miss Emma Vandcrpool of Mercer will visit her aunt Mrs John Vanderpool this week Miss Clair of Mercer will be the guest of her cousins Toton for a few days Miss Mora Coghill of Wilmore spent several days with Mrs Dr Armstrong last week Mrs Armstrong called on friends in Lancaster Friday last Dr Priest has been visiting in Bur gin his old home for a few days Mrs Jannie Wallace of Marksbury visited her father in Jessamine last Mrs J W Hogan is her daughter Mrs Wolfolk in Lexington this week Mrs F B Ranson of Maysville spent a with Mrs Dickernan this week Mrs S S Dickerman entertained a few lady friends Wednesday in honor of her guest Mrs F B Ranson 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 r s c es ys Landram- of fellow clGs Thousands Hardin J W Stormes Lancaste- rr tulles reunion visited J P Sunday visiting few pretty eider 1estovc S y j son to Is jt it D a of PAINT LICK Henry Moore bought a fine cow of Ernest Woods last week Dr Poyntz bought of Guy Rice a fine harness mare price private W Adams Co shipped 36 boxes of their Fistula Salve last Monday On Thursday night May 31 there will be a strawberry supper at KirkS vilie Paint Lick band will furnish music Mr John Rucker of Berry has come to take charge of the mill Mr hn the former employe having gone Lancaster to take a place in the mill there Mr Samuel Jones of Harlan county died at the horns of his daughterMrs Jesse Ledford near here and was Monday at burying ground SOUND advice to those who have kidney and bladder troubles is to take a safe sure medicine like Foleys Cure It always benefits the C C J E Stormes Mr Crutchlield Henderson one of our best citizens and a substantial farmer died Saturday afternoon and was interred in the family burying ground near the residence one mile from Lowell Stella Duncan of Richmond is visiting Miss Nancy Terry this week Misses Pauline and Emma Com best of Liberty were the guests of Miss Loula Burke Sunday and Mon day Rev Mr Smith of Berea preached at Walnutta M E church Sunday morning and evening John Bright of Bertha Ky wilts over to see one of the fair sex Sunday James Douglass and family of Jellico Tenn are visiting relatives in this vi cinitv Mr Tom Palmer and sister Miss Maggie of Point church here Sunday night Alus How Soon Forgot ton an ache or a pain or trouble of any kind when one is well rid of it and if happens to he lleadachoor Stomach Trouble that bothers you take Dr CaldwelFs Syrup Pepsin and jou 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 is pleasant to take McRoberts STONE F Sanders bought of Eli Dennis sow for S1Q L D Mitchell has been appointed to take the census in this district Mrs Ellen Littrell who was much better suffered a relapse Thursday night Mr and Mrs William Whitaker are rejoicing over the arrival of a tine boy baby on the 15th inst On account of the rainy weather on ly a small crowd were out at the party but had a very enjoyable The many friends and relatives of Mrs Broaddus in this commu oily were shocked very much to hear her death Rev J II Coil of Lexington will till the pulpit at Scotts Fork Sunday at 10 A 3i and Sunday night Please dont forget our Sunday school lets have a large crowd out Rheumatism is conceded to have its origin in a poisoned condition of the blood and to be most successfully treated by IIERBINB which acts upon the liver kidneys and other blood purifying organs thereby di gcsting the system of the offending agents Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Mr George Sewell is in Lexington having his eyes treated Mrs Pan line McQuerry and daughter Miss Bessie are on the sick list Charley Forbes of Madison was the guest of his uncle C M Moberley last week Misses Lelia Sanders of Mt Lebanon Cassy Walker and brother Wall er of Hanley spent from Saturday until Sunday with Mr and Sanders Mr Hansford Land and wife returned home Sunday from a weeks visit with relatives in county Mrs Sallie Davis and children of Rink spent Saturday and Sunduy with her sister Miss Lou Land Mr Sam Agee and wife Madison visited Mr Hansford Land and wife Sunday Mr Joseph and family visited their parents Mr and Mrs George Anderson Sunday A Will often cause a horrible Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens 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 Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Judge Woods in the Federal Court at Indianapolis handed down a in favor of the Louisville holders of the secondmorggage bonds of the Louisville and St Louis Air Line rail way whereby 670000 worth of these holdings will be brought to par Dont despair because you have a weak constitution The vitalizing principle of IIERBINE will assuredly strengthen it In every drop of HER BINE there is life There is a regenerating power unequaled in the whole range of medical ations Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes The rush of goldseekers from the United States to Cape Nome has 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 cure For sale by R E McRoberts lyr S of n ir r their private Kidney Kidneys 11 iss Leavell attended Store r r tune Polly and Mrs C Anderson Simpson Blunder Ar- nica Eruptions I decision stimulating prep begun I I J I I buried rug fishing Frightful Bur R r a s the Cer vjc ed of TO In TUcsiioriaui On the morning of May 18th 1HOO Mrs quietly fell asleep in Jesus after a brief illness Funeral services were conducted at residence by Eld Coyle pastor of Antioch church remarks were so appropriate and comforting The remains were The deceased was in her sixtyseventh year In the early bloom of girlhood she gave heart to Christ and none followed Him more faithfully and obediently than she she was married to Mortin roaedus Eight children blessed then union six of whom survive her I L Broaddus of Belle Plain minister of the Mrs Ma tilda Davis Mrs R A Stone W E B F and Broaddus all of this county The life of this Godly woman was like some beautiful Hower its fragrance abroad Husband children and all who came in contact with her felt the power of her sweet influence Quiet and unobtrusive but as adamant in her ideas of right and wrong she was a woman of con and feared not to adhere to them Her to her God husband and children was paramount She trained her children in youth to walk in Gods ways and in her old age they were her and comfort This is beautiful in its purity and may influence ever prove a in the lives of her children The aged husband who has with devotion walked by her side all these years is lie is treading will reach the rivers brink he too will cross to the other side and receive his inhoritonce in the Eternal City To her children would say grieve not tor a noble lifes work is ended and she has enter into her reward As wife and mother she faithfully discharged ev cry duty her minis upon those trembling hands that bad oft you childhood thathad soothed so many pains that had given you so I know thatyou would have echoer the sentiment the lines Such hands Theyre neither white nor small dud you 1 know would scarcely thinsTINt they were fair rt nil nee these aged wrsukled headMost bountiful to tae beautiful beautiful handsThough heart were or satThese patient hands toiling ou That children might be I almost ns looking nook childhoods I think these not When mine Wen at their play Such beautiful beautfil hands1 hryre growing feeble now For have left their workOn hand and heart and neon Alas alas till limo And sad sad tar to me noath daisies out of sight These hands will lolled be liar oh beyond this shadow land Where nil and fair1 know full well these dear od hands Will palms of victory hear systems through endless years Flow over dud where the old crow again Ill clasp mv mothers hands MAUKSBUIiY James Royston sold a horse to Ham B Aldridge for An evil spirit seems to have taken possession of the horses in this While Mr James Royston was out riding a few days ago he was thrown from his horse no serious in juries were received only a dislocated tinger Mr Jackson Daly was thrown from a buckboard breaking his Friday evening Mr Oliver Bourne went to Danville to moet his sister Mrs Robert Humphreys when returning home the wheel came off the buggy the horse became fright ened throwing Mr Bourne and sister from the buggy Mr Bourne received serious injuries Tyclists should always carry a bottle of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT in case of accident if applied diately it will subdue the pain swelling and discoloration and quickly heal the wounds Price 23 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes Mr Henry Ball of Lincoln is visit ing friends and relatives here Mrs Lizzie Rice of Iledgeville is visiting Miss Elizabeth Simpson Mr and Mrs Lewis Booty and Miss SallicJohn son of Burgin were among the visit ors at the Fork Sunday Miss Durham of Barbourville spent several days last week with Miss Durham Mr Charles Burdett and family of Fliattsville and Mr Jno Woods and family of Lancaster the ordination servises at the Fork Sunday Master Tom W Par terson spout last Saturday and Sunday with Mr Leslie Anderson Under a recent decision of the Court of Appeals property owned by Masons Odd Fellows Elks and Y M C A Associations is liable for city taxes and being exempt under Section 170 of the Constitution which holds purely charitable institutions free from taxes There was services at Good Hope church last Saturday and Sunday the pastor Rev Merrill Mrs Fado Parks spent Monday at her fathers Mr D G Ross of Ham mack Mr John Rout and family accompanied by Mrs Martha Schooler spent Thursday at W II Furrs Miss Icy Cook is the guest of Mrs Fa do Parks Miss Ella Spangier and little sister Bessie were the guests of your correspondent last week DeWitts Little Early Risers are the finest pills I ever J Moore Millbrook Ala They quickly cure all liver and bowel trouble F P Frisbie Pharmacy 1m The plant of the Danville Stove near Muncie Ind was closed because of threats that it would be destroyed if it continued to employ nonunion men When the liver fails to secrete bile the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties the digestion becomes im paired and the bowels constipated IIERBINE 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 1 1 Kansas gasp l shedding life its ion blowbut we yonneon following beautiful hueAYet wlnr low I lwn I cr onn I IrrD community collarbone prevent Bessie Carrie attended a FL WOODS b usedD Co firm heautittl iitch htuls rCated Hoar ng the 1 CIO loan S x s e n Z A We have it and guarantee ev ery gallon Drug Store Spring Weight Its a great mistake to change your 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 warm then change to the thin Summer weight Fine Light Natural Wool at 100 Let us show it to you Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishings It pays to trade at 2 THE GLOBE Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY S WILSON P II President C JI KENNEDY P M H Secretary Richmond School and Infirmary Of MAGNETIC HEALING and SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS Cured Medicine or Surgery ly O il Every Known Disease Without We have made many marvelous cures in Madison and Garrard Counties Note some of the following Mrs E W S Madison Co severe case Sciatic Rheumatism Mrs IN B C Kingston Indigestion gas on stomach dropsy etc etc Miss J D E Richmond Indigestion Constipation Neuralgia etc Miss R IS Richmond Paralized arm and limb Mr M E M Richmond Kidney trouble impaired eyesight Mrs M E D Madison Co Female trouble constipation etc Mrs AY E II 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 establish ed a Branch Ollice 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 cf ldASTIC MIXED PAINT OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOooooooooooooooo MoRoberts ifV E2i E2i onceits Ve have just the thinga The U BUY H i C JI Richmond r A BOON TO JOAMKIKDf y TALS LJCKEVE L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REM ESTATE ACT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Farms Blue- Grass I will HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK- No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike standmy PILE CURE IIA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Sole Proprietor 310 North Mall Street ST LOUIS UCF BALLARD KIDNEY DISEASES are the most allfatalof diseases FOLEYS KIDNEY is a Guaranteed Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c and 100 R eminent CENTRAL RECORD MAY 23 1900 Ilallie Rice is visiting Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mrs Wm PrieiJ of Danville is vis Stint Mrs Martini Frisbie Arnold of ICirksville is theguestof her aunt Miss Lucy Ar nold Mrs W II Grubbs and little son Eugene have gone to Ilarrodsburg to resideMrs Elizabeth Morgan of Lincoln county is visiting her daughter Mrs Dr Acton Misses Tennie and Marie Weanen of Stanford are visiting Miss Bradley Messrs W J and McKee Kinnaird of Middlesboro are expected this week to visit relatives Misses Heniplnll and Mycr of RiuhokisviHe are guests of Judge Ilcmphill and wife Mrs R C Tankerslcy and son Eugene of Silver Creek are visiting lelatives in this city Miss Lizzie Hudson who has been attending school at Stanton Va is at home for the vacation Mrs James Royston and daughter Miss Mable of Junction City are relatives in this city Miss Ada Dickerson of Nicholas yule is a charming visitor to Mir Letcher Owsley Danville street Mr George Ilardin wife and son Master Clarance of Covington have been visiting Dr J AV Grants farm Miss Orient Wilson of Nashville and Miss Grace Robinson of Carlisle are visiting Rev L Robinson and wife Elbsrt Smith anl little ter Margaret of Jellico arrived Tues day to visit Senator George Farris and wifeMisses Maryanie AVihnora Mary Welch and Mr Louis Spears of ich olasville will be guests of the Garrard during the G A R Misses Christine Maggie Tomlinson Messrs Frank Marksbury and Ben Herndon attended the dance at Stanford Friday evening Mr and Mrs D L Young and hand some little son Clarence of Pitts burg visited relatives in Lincoln last week and spent Thursday with Lan caster friends Mrs Dr Amond and Bessie Mae Lear are visiting in Xicholasville and L5Sington this week and will taks in the Midway commencement where the former graduated Miss Jaynie Shumate of the Graded School accompanied little Miss Kitty Mason and Master Logan Smith to Winchester today where the little folkshold their contest tonight The following ladies will form a houseparty this week given by Miss cs Bertha and Mary Burnside Mist es Della Ramsey Florence Burnside Alma and Mary Lear of Paint Lick Geo Smith returnea yesterday from Sjmerset and tells THE RECOUD that Ir W B Porch is making great prep 1 j WEDNESDAY L Tillie Christine dilu h I I I I f aaaaoaooaoosoaaooooooaoaaooacoc i A OUT PGOPbeo- oo ooooooboooooasaaoaogoaoooao Miss 1 I Miss k t visiting Mrs Bradley 40Qt I arations for running Rockcastlc Springs this season The old place will be made more attractive than ever before The following couples enjoyed a picnic Friday at the iron bridge Miss Christine Bradley Ben Herndon Miss Jennie Burnside Jolty Farr Miss Gena Bush Bob Davidson Miss Maggie Tomlinson Win Burton Miss Julia Mae Gaines and Frank Marks bury Mt Vernon Signal Senator Farris of Lancaster who made for himself such a good reputation during the last great Legislative struggle was in town Monday selling the merchants plenty of boots and shoes and talking in unbroken terms pure and undeliled democracy The swell event of the season was the party given by Mr and Mrs Jas C Ilcmphill Tuesday evening The handsome residence on Lexington avenue was decorate the yard illuminated and tastily About fifty couples were present and report a most enjoyable evening Mr and Mrs Ilemphill are royal entertainers and know how to male one feel at home in their house Elegant refreshments were served during the evening olJIr Cluiboruc Lear liter a lingering illness Mr Clai borne Lear died at his boarding house on Stanford street blandly afternoon at fouroclock lie was in his ninety fourth year Notwithstanding his advanced age he was blessed with re markably good health until about b dutifully arranged Death BATTLE IS WON As soon as you enter our establishment our styles and prices being so different from those ol other houses For instance take our SSAILOllS AND CHILDRENS MATS No one else shows such a line Such a variety of stylts and at such XARVELOUSLY LOW PRICERespectfully THE NOEL SISTERS f cOOOoo OC OO TH I I E 44444044444604- I J rw- s aa i WANTED r ff11fllilillf IIPIf H1911111111f Every Man Woman Boy and Girl in the County For Customers We Know How to Keep Them Try Us and See if We Dont piEIES DRUG S ORERJ A ll116A All 1AlJl tAl j A J1 1 lAA L 1tt1 t las 1luuttslttlltllAllululutsl tllu11111I1 llllllklllllllllllllllllAllllll1111111111111111111114111il 1t111111111lU1111J1 111tl1 l Z eleven months ago when he began to fall Since then he has suffered quite a good deal but never complained in the least and said he was prepared for the end He was a member of the Baptist church and lived a life that was an excellent example for the young to follow Mr Lear was es pecially fond of the young men and always had a pleasant remark for them No man ever lived in town who had more friends among the young men than did Un Ie Claba Before he became ill he would come up street and soon be surrounded by his friends telling things of interest that hap pened in the town and county years ago Until recent years he engaged in farmingnear Hyattsville this coun ty the place of his birth He was fa miliar with all important history con netted with the county and his mind was remarkably clear upon events that happened almost a century ago His life was filled with good deeds but he utter paraded his kind acts like some men of today but whom he has favored always remember his kindnesses Services were conducted at the grave Tuesday afternoon and the remains laid to rest in the Cemetery after appropriate re marks by Rev J C JIassce He leaves one son Mr F Lear and a ter Mrs Mary A Bryan of Tennesee ill Lancaster J no For Rent A beautiful new cottage to M D HUGHES Thermometer deg Soda 32 3t Frisbies Drug Store You dont know what good Soda Water is until you have tried Fris Sweet Potato Flouts I have a lot of extra nice ones for sale at reasonable prices Geo Smith Jr tf Bring your cows to Tonnage of Fil ston no o7413 Terms oO to be paid at time of service Lancaster Dairy 2t The old town has on her holiday and shines like a new dollar About four hundred dollars were in flags and bunting Mr Heck who puts on the show at the Opera House has the contract to furnish attractions for the Lexington Street Fair So look out for a grand treat News of the death of Mrs Thos Anderson was received here They in Madison county at Kingston An effort to get further particulars was unsuccessful Everybody will be at the Opera House Thursday night May 24 to laugh and see a tine show Get seats Stormcs Drug Store All lower Hoor cents Tomato IMaiil Twelve different varieties now ready for sale at 15 cts dozen 2 dozen for 25 cts Can on Joe and Louis Burnside Danville street tf Come in girls A glass of our Soda will redden your roses Come in boys A glass of our Soda will whiten your noses 3t FUISWES DRUG STOKE Do you take your Soda happen to be or keep your thirst for the place you are sure of Frisbies is the place to be sure of 3t Danville Court A medium size crowd attended court at Danville Monday 150 to 200 head stock on market Yearling cattle sold by weight 5c stock cattle common to good from 3J to 5J butcher stuff 3 R A Stone will sell you a 2 gallon bucket fur 15c and 1 gallon bucket for 12c 2 Ib package rolled oats 5c pears at lOc ran best peas on earth at lOc and pay cash for all kinds of produce Sour Grapes Danville Advocate Louis Landram still thinks he thinks that Lancaster has the Southern railway extension nailed down without Danville being close enough to hear the whistle blow Poor old Louis too much G A K hath made thee mad A Success The matinee given by local talent Saturday afternoon was largely at tended and enjoyed very much Those taking part did even better than at the first performance A neat little sum was realized for Mr and Mrs Leonard They left for Baltimore Sunday morning We are indebted to Rev J R Tercy for Kansas papers of recent date ling of the severe cyclones in that state Also papers containing an in nesting article from his pen Rev Mr Tercy Js located at Ellsworth where he has had charge of a church for several years Gea Gordon This great orator and Confederate Veteran will lecture at the Court House on Thursday night 24th and the blue and gray will be there with two bands and a drum corps It will be the grandest event that ever cc cured in this section of the state On ly those who can get seats will be ad mitted and the Court House will be crowded Seats on sale at drugstore j rOC 000 coo coco 0000000000 L 00 hies 3t attire expended resided 5 Y to H I t I t I ore UOCRh aoooooaooaoooo aaoooaoooooooooo App Forums where per McRobe ao its Living Pictures will be put on at Opera House Thursday night 24th in addition to regular bill All for 50c on lower floor 35c balcony As we go to press the y excercises of the Graded School are being held at the Christian church Full account next issue Theres no use of a racket you can get the best work and the most prices at Conns Carriage Shop than you can anywhere Sunday Afternoon Dont forget the temperance and lecture by Mr Bonsib at Court House next Sunday afternoon All lovers of temperance should The old reliable firm of Robertson Bro the leading dry goods men of Danville have something to say to the people on page 2nd of the RECOUD Read it The Danville K P lodge put eleven candidates through the first rank la1 t night Theyre booming things in old Utopia Dont lie Shut Out If you want a good seat for the Gordon lecture on Thursday night you had better reserve it at McRob erts drug store at once Smitl Currey Agents for Dan laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at R II Batsons dry goods store tf 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 Xo preaching at Methodist church next Sunday on account of the gear terly meeting at McKendree and Sunday to be held by presiding Elder Rev F S Pollitt CiKUiig oil The Chute In the regular Saturday nights Row program Jourdan Smith was cut across the breastby another negro named Charley Phelps Dr Acton dressed the wound and says it is quite serious though not fatal Owing to the G A R meeting here we have ordered a car load of buggies surries and phaetons to be sold at un usually low prices during the encamp ment Dont fail to see them if you want a baigaih Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning beginning at ten oclock of the preliminary services was held Monday night and the other will i Saturday night The street sprinkler has been put in operation and will be kept going the summer Most of the have subscribed liberally its maintainence Enough goods are ruined by during the to more than pay the expense of the sprinkler Ten Dollars The Boyle County Fish and Game Club has offered a reward of ten dol lars to anyone giving information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of any person destroying fish in streams by the use of explosives A Splendid Paper Rev J N Preston of Louisville has been in this city this week in the interest of the Baptist Argus a devoted to the interest of that church The Argus is one of the best a religious papers that comes to our desk and we heartily recommend it It is filled with choice matter and contains none of the lengthy tiresome fillers usually crowded into such publications Professional The undersigned take pleasure in recommending Mr E W Morrow as a thorough and an experienced We know of his ability to test and fit the eye with glasses his work being entirely satisfactory We those needing glasses to patronize iiim I S Wesley W N Bush M D D E Evans MD3 1m J if Acton Mp t commencement meeting NotIce to Saturda Battle J Rumors during merchants toward summer Reward journal opti- Cian advise H C I nT BKinnaird bi D M D H N reasonable attend vineSteaum Taxpayers N beheld dust b i to to It is hoped that the usual regular drunks will stay out of town today and tomorrow A few come in public day and make themselves a nuisance If you cant behave like a gentleman please stay out of town Your room is much preferable to your presence Indians at Louisville One of the unique features of the Confederate Reunion at May 30 June 1 will be a detachment of fifty Cherokee Indians who served under General George II Thomas They are now living in North Caroli na and will come with the veterans from that state A Follower of Measels In many a persistent cough follows attack of weasels In speaking this Mr Walter B Bee editor of the Elkin K C Times says Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles which left me with a bad cough 1 took several doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the cough has ei tirely disappeared I consider Cham medicines the best on the market For sale by R E McRob erts druggist l Ecllpnc Monday According to program the sun will go into partial eclipse next Monday morning beginning at 030 ann last about two hours In some portions of the country it will be a total eclipse but here it is estimated at about nine tenths Prepare a piece of smoked glass and you will be enabled to show plainly McClures Magazine for June will contain an article by Mr O Chamite who has been studying the problem of human flight for over forty years giv ing an account of his own inventions and adventures in the matter of flying machines The article will be illus trated with pictures of actual flights from photographs taken by the To the Public I have employed Mr W II Smith whom a great many of you know to look after my harness and saddlery and repairing department and from now on am prepared to furnish harness and saddles Also to do all kinds of repairing Will to carry a full lute of citymade work in connection so if you need in the way of harness saddles or repairing we can please you and also give best prices J R HASELDEX A Wonderful Success The Magnetic Treatment being given by Profs Wilson and Kennedy this city is proving a great success and have found relief who have sufered for years from pain The treatment is simple and requires no medicine a fact which is a blessing mankind If you suffer from any of the diseases mentioned in their ad on page 2 in TIlE RECORD consult them in their offices over Zimmers restaurant Many of Lancasters most prominent people have been cheerfully recommend it The Confederate ReUnion The official programme of the reunion at Louisville has been announced The programme is as followsWEDNESDAY MAY 30 meets and listens address by the Rev B M Palmer of New Orleans and other addresses 2 p in Business entertainment Masonic Temple 8 p Jackson Brigade Band and Glee Club gives recital at Music Hall THURSDAY MAY 31 9 a m Basket picnic at 46 p of the reception at Gait House 8 p m Moonlight excursion and jl FRIDAY JUNE 1 Camptires grand ball and reunions i of various commands SATURDAY JUNE 2 8 p m Fireworks at Fountain Ferry SUNDAY JUNE 3 3 p m Memorial service at Con vention Hull i instances rlains of Suit seethe author homemade continue anything many Confederate 12mConvention session- S p mElocutionary mStonewall mDaughters Confederacy fireworks e ry e eve tit cure Wilde a Imf d t s f p i I 200 This OBng Y js 5 f I f Q n y j i f is the amount you save by buying from us The Columbus theg Kauffman the 3Io3er the WoodhulT We carry a full and comSj pletejline at prices that cant be duplicated We are doing the Nicest and Best Carriage and Buggy work ever done in Come and seefe yourselves Lrstclass workmen You get Good Honest Work polite atten tion and reasonable prices Lila March and April are Ideal painting months Our stock of WHITE LEAD LINSEED Oil VARNISHES AND ROOFING PMT fS THE BEST We carry the standard brands of fine hard oil and fillers for interior DRUG BTDRE Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plaster and Hair TIE OLD RELIABLE Flilll OF LILLARD V STOUT k DANVILLE KY t yf Take pleasure in announcing to their Garrard County yt- M friends that they have a Complete Line of Best PUNT YOUR HOUSES EARLY Gi e them a Call They save you Money A wide experience has taugut us how to buy the Latest and Best for the least money Weknow not be shown As Pretty Stylish Millinery as is now on our counters The ladies should not fail to call and see our Prices Tillett O Acsm SIDING X FLOORING KY i CEILING LATHS iiTC LOW PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY j j l f ancastzr We av j tVe are prepared to n on Rest Rubber Tires in the market U a r T YOU OurPrepared A t the t ND RUSHES f e t f Jf It t 0 youwill Lo- wS a II i e D F A S 1 K T V w j JF 0M i j s 4 1 1 s1mil aoaacooo soocco ooooecaoaoo 1 t t t t r sue PAINTS VAqJ1S1IES r 048400C044441650 0444 400y stock T i 7 ETL ltOOF1GB STAN FORD 1- d S i t RUfUMATISM Is to an acid poison gains access to the blood through failure of theorgans to carry off keep the system Thus poison ti due wihich anti clearof all morbid matter G A Swinebroad has 100 head good quality steers for sale Jf you want heavy milkers breed yom cows to Tonnage of Filston Terms 200 to be paid at time of service Lancuister Dairy 2t from severe over twelve years and using many remedies without permanent good I finally Kodol Dyspepsia did me so much good I recommended it to everyone writes 1 E Watkins Clerk and Recorder Chillicothe digests what you eat F P Frisbie Pharmacy Arc you interested in the Light Harness Horse If so you want the Kentucky Stock Farm It is the leading authority on all matters per taming to the brecling raising and training of the trotter and pacer It is published at Lexington the Hub of the Horse For ninety days we are enabled to otter Kentucky Stock Farm and The REC aster Ky tf There are 108 trotters in the 210 list Fortylive are stallions thirty live mares and twentyeight geldings Children who are weak fretful or troublesome should be given a few doses of WHITES CREAM TERM FUfiE They will then become strong healthy and active rosy cheeks bright eyes will be happy and laughing all the day long Price 21 cents C C J E Stormes Jt is a sure sibn cf thrift and pn s perity to see a Hock of purebred fowls on the farm You cannot always judge from appearance but the general sur roundings of a farm is a pretty good index to the character of the one who occupiesPoultry is always cash There is no time when you cannot realize on them either the fowls or the eggs and the market is never glutted Piles arc not only most painful but also very dangerous as the inflamed nodules are very apt to take on action and cancer of the rectum is produced They should be cured TABLERS BUCKEYE will cure the most cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes I young Farm no suffering dyspepsia tool Care It subscriptions outside malignant PILE VENT obstinate iili3 Aster l- It OJN s DislOrfs 31UsCleS9 ShIes Nerves Joinlsthrough the general circulation is deposited the joints muscles and nerves the most intense pain developing with slight wandering pains just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable the ten chronicLikeexposure to or cold wont offood insufficient clothing or anything calculated to impair tile health will frequently cause it to developin early life but more often not until middle age or later In whatever whether acute or in Causing healthyactivepr r n or inherited and no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble Neither do the preparations cf potash A remedy which builds up the general health and at the same time rids the system of the isthe and certain cure for Rheumatism S S S made of roots herbs and barks butruinsa ofwonderful in me rignt place uie uioou ana quiCKiy neutralizesthe acid and all poisonous deposits stimulates and reinforces the overworked wornout and clears the system srJhcnt purifying properties attacks the disease iu the right way and organs PIIEACIIEIISYILLE Walter Warren is preparing to build a fit e dwelling house on the site of his old home recently burned- B Y Ilobbs who has been lingering between life and death for live months passed peacefully away the pith and was interred in the new cemetery at this place There is talk of establishing a rural mail line from Crab Orchard via Prcaehersvillc thence the pike to the Stanford pike thence that pike to Crab Orchard After suffering from piles for fif teen years I was cured by using two boxes of DcAVitls Witch Hazel Salve writes W J Baxter North Brook X C It heals everything Beware of counterforts F P Frisbie Pharmacy Brown Case sold some hogs to Mr Dalton price 4c John Kennedy bought a horse from Mr Estis for 30 Hutchins Bros bought two year ling steers from Geo 35 lames Kennedy for 14 J P bought 12 nice hogs last week 4c Sirs Richard Robinson ai1 laugh ter Mss Iva were at Bowland lat S M ricr and wife have renamed from the District at Mack yule and report a fine conference AV CCuininiris accompanied F Multi claw to Danville last week Mrs S M Singleton p Somerset is visiting friends JieJeT Otis visiting her soji John and Xatl mCrcss 1 L and T C Siler was here Friday on business tri Kjiitlfmif Viooi ir Coiijili Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my children the disease having severe coughing spells We had used Cough Remedy very successfully fur croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the and effected a complete cure John E Clifford Proprietor Norwood House Norwood X Y This remedy is for sale by R E McRoberts drug gist 1m s Yanhool or 11 Rogers sold a sow and p u Jr visiting rends Conf Puce lrcy of contracted v cough C t altar wu 1P Ca hem CreSS is r c nh tJEnaJ s n is SieBet se1f9 iid scc the Mcoil in a pure healthy state Mr J O Street Indianapolis lad for eighteen so afflicted witli lie was unable to feed or Wo vill send free our special hook on Rheumatism which should be in the hands ul accumulations S S S cures and thoroughly and hllc 123 months terriblv l lsclf Ietors said his case Vas hopeless lie had ofSskindiseases aft pcnitauenuy KCCIs W was 4 sSSfully and freely about your case We make no charge whatever for tins service Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga One of the hopeful signs of the times is the fact that breeders of ordinary beef cattle case conspicuous among the buyers of purebred bulls of the beef breeds Pneumonia follows lagrippe but never follows the use of Foleys Hon cy and Tar the great throat and lung remedy C C J E Stormes It is important that the water troughs be kept perfectly clean en pccally during hot weather as they become very rancid in a short time They should be thoroughly cleansed in the morning and the water chang ed twice a day 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 re listed her It has also benelitted my whole family It acts immediately and cures coughs colds grippe bron chitis asthma and all throat and lung troubles F P Frisbie lin The merchants all over the country report that there has never been a time when the country people were paying much attention to poultry raising the present time and it is egg production for this year will bewie greatest ever known To successfu U breed Standardbred fowls is no for it requires patience pcrsevwancc watchfulness study and work There is no time on a poultry plant when the cannot find something to do yet there are some who seem to think that all that is needed is unlimited range consider it not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure effected in my case by the timely use of Cham bcrlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 was taken very badly with flux and procured a bottle of this A few loses of it effected a cure I take pleasure in ommending it toothcrs suffering from that dreadful disease J W Lynch Dorr W Aa This remedy is sold 1 y R E McRoberts druggist 1m Destroy all nests after a hen has hatched by setting lime to the straw Then clean the nest boxes and re whitewash them Jf the farmer would give his half the attention that time fancier does who has limited range what might he expect from them The ancients believed that rhcumr tism was the work of a demon within a man Any one who has had an of sciatic or inllammatory will mares that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the be lief Jt 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 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 We have reliable information that the growing crop of wheat is damaged in some sections of the county and some fields will be to the farmers We talked with several farmtrs who have made close examination of their wheat and they report damage by the absence of sutlicient moisture during last few wrecks but the damage more expecial ly comes from the appearance of the Hy which is doingan immense amount of damage and will be most percept ble when the wheat is about ready to harvest The fly will prevent a great deal of the wheat from properly in a turing The reports from the part of the state say the fly has made havoc of the growing wheat Farmers in some instances have their cattle in the fields while oth firs arc plowing up and planting in Hoes it Pity to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right vet 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 i i 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 cxpcctorr LIon gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle j Rcccommended manyyears by rll druggists in the world For sale be C C J E Stormes j e I s a It though me chill ting we regulated aU J remedy permanent C chickens attack rheumatism rheumatism materially disappointing southern turned corn climate introduced success splay even taint n haw f c m c Mindsof moderate caliberordinarily nidenm everything which is beyond their range Nine chances in ten its your that need attention if you dont feel well Foleys Kidney Cure makes healthy kidneys and will make you well C C J E Stormes We often hear it advised milk your regularly or they may shrink in yield That statement should be put a little more positively You must milk them regularly or they will shrink every time PKTEUSinjKG III Oct 13th 18fl9 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello 111 Gentlemen Our baby Esther has never tasted a drop of medicine other than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin than a year It entirely cured her of constipation She is a lovely child and since I gave her your cine she has been perfectly 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 lilts C TnucroiuLLEit Sold at McRoberts Drug Store Will Not When they Can A gentleman representing a company in Virginia was here last week to hire two hundred colored men to go to that state and work on grading for a railroad Most liberal inducements were offered but he only succeeded in getting four men to go Had all gone who lounged around last winter and claimed they could not get wor he would have enough hands right here in There is plenty of work in town for every one who will do it and an eye should be kept on those who do nothing now as they are sure to ask assistance next winter Question Aiiswercd Yes August Flower still has the lar Best sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and never thought of using else for indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system anti stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the of the liver stimulate the ncr vous and organic action of the system and that is all they tool when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to maIm you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by C C J E Stormes A Uurdcii lUIutstcrs have Ti Hear Ian Maclaren asserts in the May Ladies Home Journal that there is no other Ulan who suffers so much from the casual caller the man who drops in of evenings for a talk as the minister Even the doctors do not or people do not saunter in and sit in his cuts when they ought- to be with their families and he to be with his Doctors have a hard life for they are liable to be called out at any hour and to be worked from morning till night but they are at least protected from casual visits and twaddling conversation by the simple fact that if a man comes to their coh suitingroom he is nut allowed to stay longer than fifteen minutes and he has to pay for the time he stays Of a minister is at the service of his congregation at all reasonable hours and at any hour he is ready to go for the service of tha dying and bereaved but if every stranger who has no claim upon him and who comes to him about his own affairs had to pay a reasonable Ice and this fee were doubled if he came in the evening then a ministers children might come to know their father and a ministers wife would not have to c miplain that she saw hardly anything of her husband A Thousand Could not express the 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 give her no help but she says of this Royal Cure it 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 I evv Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50r Trial bottles free at Mc Roberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteed lm kidneys cow me i healthy contracting secured Lancaster grandmothers anything Biliousness I action wishes 4 Ton ueR Annie and fore C Iona rooms r 100 or I t t Koblintl the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows T was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongne coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradual ly growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortu 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 li and robbod the grave of another vie tim No one should fail to try them Only SOcts guaranteed at McRoberts Drugstore lm It is now otlicially admitted after repeated denials that the bubonic plague has gained a foothold in San Francisco six deaths having occurred from that cause Reduced Rates via Queen Crescent Route for the following occasions Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa June 10th 100 Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo July 4th 1 00- P Y U Convention Cincinnati O July 1215 IfiOO G U O O AV SOMERSET KY JUXE 1st A big day at Somerset Special train will leave Nicholasvillc i10 a m stopping at points en route to Som erset for this Bill Game teams of Danville and Som erset Greatest celebration of the year Dont fail to attend For rates and schedules see small bills or ask your ticket agent Tickets on sale via Queen Crescent route at one and onethire fare on the meetingsGeneral testant Church Atlantic City N TT May 28th31 1lOO Knights of the Ancient Esscnic Or der Supreme Senate Pittsburg Pa May 2225 100 Interstate Tournament Whist Carnival Chicago Iii May 30 1900 Masonic Grand Lodge Teachers Assn of Tennesse Tullahoma Tenn June 1822 1JOO From points in Ten nessee only District Conference Sunday School Convention Middlesboro Ky June pith 1900 From points in Kentucky onlyKentucky Pharmaceutical Glen Springs Ky June 1921 190Q Front points in Kentucky only PubSicSale FINE Thursday June at ten oclock a m I will offer at public salemy farm of three and mi es front Danville Ky on the in pieThe eonsst of one brick house of seven rooms and kitchen hull fjoit and back porches good dry cellar nuderentire front of home cure roan nnniler ofclogs nil ccessry I urn c rrriuge house sheds for machinery prau ury corn crib ice house orchard grapes garden asparagus lied rteAlso a c yard gliiuLd forest trees Theplace is well watered with cistern at housefind at burn ore in bl o grass fare sown in timothy and clover 9J in wheat 5 in melons 0 cats balance in corn The farm is divided bv a count road IS roveniens on one and S acres on the oppusiv side It will le soul sep or together which ever way brings bet price Crops wi sold to purjhiisTifand gvci at anv tin It is in u splendid neighborhood with good school on tile place At thesninc time nisi j will sd severalgood ho i 3 some o I c ws a tivthOI e wavon two binners almostjicw new mower drill corn i Ianttrallgood plows cultivators lot hotbed stish andother too nnmerons to ineiitioi 1ers ns desiring to inspect the premises and in i tell to TERMS Onethird cash balance in one andtwo wears at six per cent interest lunch ser red ut bale il rCS J W lYTTUiT D Knglish Autiolieer nATIOnAL BAE OF LAUGASTEB FT Surplus Fund 5OOOO 1OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefcl and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J K HlQQINSOTUAM PrCSldCU Y LEAVKLL B F HUDSON Cashier vV O RIQKBY Assistant Casbi- CD WALKKB Bootteepo DIRECTORS JMUIGGINEOTHAK LBWIS Y r M ARNOLD B F HUDSON Cure Digests what you eat digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recoil strutting It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Soul Stomach Nausea all otherresultsof imperfectdigestion Prepared by E C Ca F P Frisbie 11 Electric I t fPl i tpv l lil inVaJlJHuv rCI 1 tun Poi a tjt q P ft i g rttft fa G I o lssion b twtecu Association Bgyl unty r rmE nth acres Forty acres nee with ratel Ill r and elllllll piun heat 1883 ITIZEliS I Calltal L WIS LEA VELL J J Kodol aDs tan Sick Head che a e ce irately C C C iron 17U unr rico 4to good r eaion laumaes OLZGIrdTIlED ice Prestdem rALKzr s ors rr j STD I j I a- 4r o A TRW MONTHS TO THE r HE BRIGHTEST AN3 BEST AFTERNOON FAPCR IM THE SOUTH tifil Correct Market Quotations 1 Latest State Hews AH the Local News ap Complete Press Reports GSreiiisiisn in iSie Sesilfi- 3SQCO n O OVER DAILY Or 500 a Hall AH AGENT III EVERY TOWN LOUISVILLE TIMES GoL- QUSSUSLLE KENTUCKY For Sale Good 120 acre farm 3 miles from Lancaster Ky good water and fencing all in grass fine hemp and tobacco land fins tobacco barn fine orchard fair improvements fronts on good pike half mile in sight ot 200 yards from good school and will be the best bargain in Garrard satis factory and to suit purchaser L F Hubble Real Estate Agent AND YOr UET IT IX T1IH Courier Journal DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS 1ubIUlitd every Wednesday and Saturday lt1 papers one year for THE TWICEAWEEK CoriinJoirsYi ls the equal of many dailies and the superior of all other papers It prints more real Wows mora good class nuttier more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Saturday A good commission to agents Sample copies Tree on application Write to COURlERJOUnXAL CO Louisville By n SPZZCIAI Arrangement YOU CAN CET THE AND THE T aM CoinwJeral18- OTH ONE YEAU FOi ONLY 125 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub s rii dos uiidcr this combination offer uiis through Till bEcorn oflice I I FOR USCR1FTIonI LOUISVILlE TIMES Sii p ft i15 CENTS A m Ti IYear by I il 1 J w vt nf JI I ch urchand county I fJMI ana THE TRUTH TwiGB a C E r rr S I I E CORD I eut Iv s t Largest Cn lou del lit CENTRAL beI v 1titF e BALSAMCleanses and the hair Ironiotes a luxuriant growib Pails to Hestoro Hair to its Yovthful r i I nniffaril hair t ilhng PARKERS I es r tiI I Never Cray tOe and t ii at nN it j I My little daughter has been severe croup nand often taken with violent at will relievo her I think it is necessary in the household B L Louisville Ky r isthe KINDS OF REPAIRING 1 Done on short notice new foreman J H Harris is in charge I of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store J X DUNN OTABT PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Laud Saveryor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Aetna Queen Puatiiie National Conreticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Jlercliantile AstaaLifsMCojfHartfiirlCoi r XX1 i IGUTfERlNG t f t i r i lour i I j j 8m Collier j f i l2nuf E nH I Representiu Foowin Hartforl THE DANK oriCecri40e 44eeoa3 ALL i L o looooati aaaxaoaoo4aoeaaeaoa ooooa j b apt dllle 4 1IdS3 r NAT1ONL CAPITAL 55 coooo OT SDKPLUiJlO j I I LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STOKMES Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J F UoaiNBON JR R T KMBRY Asst Cashr DIRECTORS Sam 1 D Cochran Jas SpIlman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W HKinuaird KY EitlwJL Bookkeeper Natural Remedy I have been seriously affected for years a cough and pains in my and breast that zero mo a miserable life I hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine but everything failed until I used Dr It beats tho world and has saved life I recommend Dr Bells Pine TarHoney to everybody with weak lunge It is a great success J B Ill twent f1o In buying Dr Bells PineTar Honey get as big a and more doses for 25c than you Therefore some clrugplsts Pro persruu te tfcelc cas torncrs to tony that Mach to them csesna cxcatcr any other but the druggists is less j rU profit profit DoWT rail UO Za DdiFiFTD nfc Knox rorlclKenowned Ve have them in straw just the right thing 200 and 3 Also Stiff at and Fedora and brands We are selling a great many Pearls We will use every ef fort to please you Cirl dwell Lanier The Leading Shoe and Fur nishing House Danville I S I 4 Other fine HAT Crushers Burton ij WE BRING TO YOU From the Piney Forests of Norway n Natures MOST biVdl LANCASTER KY Ve make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to V S BEAZLEY SALE l FEED STABLE our Engineering and t i DENTISTTeeth extracted vltboiit pain w th Vitalized Air OSIce in i the Bookout iwiiaitisr nuuviue street o Ite 1resby erian church For Congress We are autlioiized to announce lion George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from Eighth dis trijt snujecc to the regular action of the Diem ouratic party V JIcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY LETCHEEOWSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE FIUS11C LASS w this t Improved by Science to a PLEASANT PERMANENT POSITIVE CURE For Coughs Colds and all Inflamed Surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn lungs are exhilarated the microbe bearing mucus is cut out the of that tickling is the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough CONSUMPTION DraEll8 PTAREY removedand COLD A COUGO v Jr7 cause 7 F i A I have Bold for ono Find it a splendid remedy and good seller Stella of this place who considered to havo constitution She Li now in good Druggist Qtaatsburg Ill Howell Missy I BEWARE ELLS AND TAKE OTHER DR NO PEE AT McROBERTS DRUG STRE LANCASTER KY f t