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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tc J i J tRIJ en fa trottered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky all Second Class Matter rTJMIi LANCASTER Y TIrURSDJtY JUNE 21 19OO ONE DOLLAR A yr i Tr-y a 4- x a a s- i TT- I Id118 111 YEARJOUIs LANDRA1I1ut11s11er i HOT 4 61FE n i a Get ready for the hot days in July and August they will soon be here TI iEKflffhl Summer Corsets The best value you ever saw at 35 and 50 cents Summer Underwear Ladies Vests at 5 7i 10 12i 15 25 35 and 50cts Gents Shirts at 25 and 50cts Ladies Drop Stitch Lisle hose 25 35 and 50cts Fans Nice assortment at 5 1O 15 2O 25 35 50 75 and 100 Parasols We are showing a nice line of Parasols and Umbrellas all grades and prices See Our Linen White Piques at 10 12i 15 20 25 35 and 50cts Oxfords and Slipper Some special bar gains in Ladies Misses Childrens See our line and learn our prices you buy News for Men See our line of Soft Bosom Shirts at 50 75 and 100 You will pronounce them the best values you ever saw at the price Try a suit of our Feather Weight Un derwear you will like it Straw Hats The best value you ever saw at 25 50 75 and 10O Summer Clothing Luster Alpaca and Serge and Vests Linen Suits Linen N Coats Linen Pants Flannel Coats and anykindlens and Boys Suits We can supply you with most any of shoe you want See our stock before you buy I Slippers THE LOGAN DRY GOODS GOMPANY r t s k t n i r of fans F r t before j III A 1k 1 i i tKt 1- t s 8fr 0 tXJO X X JXV fcANCASTeR AND VICINITY coo u o Z ooaao aaooKOOaaw4aoooaocgooo- a u sadca asaocoaaoaaooooooaaooaooaoaaoaoaaaooro0oooaa aa adood Sco J A Beaxlcys line of pa per before buying Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat ur store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Come and get your furniture while prices are down 1 have to sell as I havntroom E A Stone Elder Coyle of Missouri preached at the Christian church Sunday night His discourse was greatly enjoyed Gum slings and air guns are freely used on the streets oat a law against this practice there should be Town Lots it Itryuisvillf for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to 1 X Dunn or myself at Bryantsvillc Tor particulars tf 7 AS HILLS Open Session All memners of the W C T U old all ladies interested in the cause are cordially invited to be present Satur day June 50 at the W C T U room Wanted at ISucKeyc- We want a reporter at Buckeye and want one as badly as the fellow in Texas wanted the gun Ve will slake it interesting for the right party What we want is the news briefly told Graduates With Honors Homer W returned from the Ann from which institution he has just graduated with high honort M is a deserving vpung man and will make his mark rile CJcrlorious Fourth Our Stanford friends are fixing to have a blowout on the Fourth of July and the will far surpass the one held last year Good music a parade skyscraping spreadeagle ora tory balloon ascensions and a general good time will constitute part of the program Hate to Louisville Some colored men have arranged a cheap excursion to Louisville next Sunday morning The train will leave Richmond and pass Lancasterat 15 oclock The fare will only be 175 for the round trip The train reaches Louisville at ten oclock and returns about ten that night A spe ial coach will be attached to the train for the exclusive use of the white peo ple and the best of order is assured Good dhow The Great Sells Grays Unite Railroad Shows Museum Menagerie and Hippodrome will exhibit at Lan caster Wednesday June 27 by agree ment with the American 1 o d League of American Showmen this will be the only big show to exhibit in this county this year The finest horses and street parade ever in and should attract big crowds Cheap excursion rites on all railroads to Lancaster The 9100 King Coiiest The declamatory contest for the handsome ring will take place Thursday July 12th It is so val liable that the promoters will be un aide to give more than one prize and there will only be one contest at that time Some of the best talent in this section of the state will take part and all arrangements will be made to make it one of the most pleasing events in the history of our city Those desiring to take part in contest will address Saulley Hughes to hear contest Adults 50 cents for any seat in the house with privil igc of reserving same at McRoberts drugstore children under 15 years 25c Dissolution Notice The partnership heretofore existing between T S Burnam 1 as Burnam Rucker in the millinj business at Paint Lick Ky is this day dissolved by mutual consent I C Rucker retires going to Berry Ky to run a mill for Burnam Rucker at that place Burnam Co to Burnam Rucker at Lick will continue the business All accounts due Burnam Rucker must be paid at once to wind up the bus ness either partner can collect G74t BUUNAM Co Iolly Is Climbing The following from the Lexington Leader will interest the many friends of Polly resided in Lancaster Mr P Parrot for so many years city manager for the Sing er Sewing lachine Company t this place has been promoted to the of Eastern Ky manager for the Singer Company with headquarters at Ashland Mr Parrot has been with the Singer Company for twenty three years and for the last six years has been city manager at this place He will leave today with his family for his new post of duty and friends in this city wish them success and prosperity iu their new home j 5 t Beautiful Fans at TOSPht all f is HaL oll Arbom Baton celebration ole hereon A mission CHucker successors l who once position r 1 there yesterday Law School Cheap Coining Lancaster C Pain Parrot Wheat harvest is in full blast All kinds of bill heads printed at THE RECORD office Nice eightroom cottage For terms apply to G 3 Gaines or J If you are in need of furniture go to J A Bealeys where you can get the best goods for the least money Raspberries on hand every day at the market price til the berry season is over at W B JAHVIS We have a handsome lot of dress goods on our shelves that for a song Come and see J Joseph All who owe me must settle by July 1st II a fellow dont collect every six months he ought to quit business So be ready 11 A Stone Smitl Currcy Agents for Dan villc Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at R II liaisons dry goods store tf Some bring in discouraging reports from the wheat crop but it is not to be as bad as was at first The rain did play havoc but the grain has stood far than was expected Energetic men and women to rep resent us in every locality Good Exclusive territory steady em ployment Address box 134 Danville Ky D D GuiGBit Mgr June 214t 1aiiiful Accldcntt While in the stable harnessing his horse Mr Fuller of the grocery linn of Fuller Sympson got his arm caught between the animal and wall sustaining a painful fracture of the wrist Physicians set the injured limb but it has caused Mr Fuller much pain Guitar and 31 mdoliii Lessons D give a sum mer in inusioat Lancaster on the mandolin andguitar The course will consist oj twenty lessons Any person interested in the class may con suit Mrs Ledyard on Saturday June 23rci at the Lancaster Graded School Mrs Ledyard has taught for four years at Caldwell College Danville Noises of the Speakers The following is the orler in which the speakers come at the contest in Stanford tomorrow night Miss Marie Grillin Lexington 2 Miss Pearl Bet tis Lancaster 3 Miss Sadie JBaugh man Richmond 4 Miss Lillie Rub erts Danville 5 Miss Mary L Deve raup Winchester Tray lor Stanford 7 Miss Mary Kay Sal lee Harrodsburg 8 Miss Julia Car penter Millersburg First prize Set of silvcrcandelabra 25 second prize silver water set 10 Scats now on sale at McRoberts drug store IJIir Show Coming The day and date positively llxctl and vill exhibit at Lancaster Wed nesday June 27 Sells Grays United Railroad Shows Museum Menagerie and Racing Hippodrome is this year larger and better than ever miss seeing the grand free street par ade at 10 oclock in the morning on the principal streets Many new fea tures have been added this season the famous Rough Riders the funny Clown Land open dens of wild ani mals all free in the grand street This is the only big show that will exhibit in this county this year Excursion rates on all railroads Kentucky One and onethird fare for round trip to Lexington Ky from all points between Williamstown to Junction City via Queen Crescent Route daily luring the fourteenth Annual Session at beautiful Woodland Park If you want an outing rest enjoy ment and instruction attend this It will surpVise even the meetings of the past There will be music with humor science and philosophy Greatest lecturers of the country will speak on leading questions Lectures and experiment on Liquid Air and Wireless with Vitagraph and its wonder ful moving pictures Special features will include college day Friday June 29th with an oratorical contest in by leading Kentucky Recognition Day Tuesday Ju Iy 3rd Let all C L S C readers male this the place of their Full department of instruction in Bible Exposition W C T U School of Methods teachers institute cooling schools Sunday school Nor mal Department C L S C Route tables Great Fourth of July will Statesmen of na tional reputation will be present and Mrs Maude Wellington Booth will speak Dont fail to attend this grcittmeet ing Write to the Chautauqua pep1 for programs or further inform lion or call on your Ticket Aleut forI en t 6 bet tel Wined B Ledyu Tulle t pla- de hun Calif 111 session successful Telegraphy participated colleges graduation celebration pIe r Logan tri believed feared Salary Mrs will course Miss Don beheld 1a I Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor Buy Banner Bread fresh every days at Blue Grass Grocery Rev T C Massec preaches his last sermons at the Bapl ist church Sunday morning and evening at the Methodist Church on Sunday The pastor will preach in ISicholasville Use Magic Safety Oil No smoke no odor will last a third longer than any other Sold only by R A Stone That Kentucky Campaign is a book which should be kept as it con tains history that is of great interest See ad elsewhere in this issue and order a copy I have purchased the entire stock of the Louisville Furniture Company Will sell them lower than cheap for the next thirty days because I havcnt room for tlem R A STONE Manager Fissinger is booking some strong attractions for next seasen at the Opera House All the finishing touches will be put on the house be fore it is opened next season and eve will be right up to date The Really Best Cigars Josephine Quail Principe deGoles J The New Flour mill J S Minor Son will have their Flouring Mills ready about August 15 We have the latest improved machin cry and will be prepared to give you the very best results to be obtained We have on hand at present 40000 feet long leaf yellow pine flooring also car load of lime and E T MINOU Manager That Kentucky Campaign We have received a copy of the above book and tied it is ill and more than is claimed for it Our townsman Mr R E Hughes with two oth er newspaper men wrote the book and it is as near complete as it is pos make it It is absolutely non partisan and chock full of matter that is exceedingly interesting Set ad in this issue Mrs Lydia Murphy of Hammack last week received a letter from hei son Leonard Dunn who is in the 22d infantry now in the Philippines He said it was believed that the fighting would all be over by the time that the rainy season set in that the Philippi nes were demoralized and had Uncle Sams buys Mr Dunn en listed in Capt Duncans company but as soon as mustered out reenlisted in the regulars He is a good boy and its safe to say is making a firstclass er The vltloomer Girls The Blloomer Girls a base team will play in this city next They have been playing all over the country and put up a good game Admission only twentyfive cents They will poly against the Lancaster boys The Knoxville Sentinel says The game was from the start and was closely play ed Maud Kelson the Bloomers pitcher is an expert twirler and did some very clever work in the box striking a number of men and haw ing plenty of speed as well as some puzzling curves Miss Martin the clubs regular short stop relieved Maudie as the boys in the nicknamed Miss Nelson from the start in the eighth inning and showed considerable speed herself Robert Russell the only man employed on the Bloomers team is the catcher as this position has too hard for every girl who has tri ed to hold it but otherwise all the players are women About the Waterworks As work on waterworks has been delayed 4 for some time it has given the croakers a splendid chance to tell why how and what they dont know about Mr Moritz plans The company having the franchise has been compelled to hold up on the work as almost immediately after they received the contract iron jump ed almost out of reach and has since remained at unreasonable figures Within the last few weeks iron has come down some and Mr Moritz thinks he can soon buy the pipe at a reasonable figure His franchise holds good for some time yet and it is not necessary to begin the work at once The people are pretty restless on the matter however as we will be with out protection from fire when the smallest drouth sets in If anything should happen that Mr loritz should want to give up his franchise there are two other parties who are willing to do the work The ringing vote of 252 to a pitiful 19 goes to how the people think of the matter and its safe to say that the plant will be put in I Take your clocks and jew tu Reel Ash and Bril it coal for cash cheap J C 2 tf r thing La ilosa Fln CBsTs STOIDms DIWG STom content to ether Bible to III the IIiHltltlllcs enough- of sold Tuesday little t I grandstand regularly the shown wvatcli3s eh y for repair Jf hnuipso1- 1Bhtegent b Moss preaching Perfecto 1 TIx CINrs baa sharpe proved r 1 Visit Toe shaving parlor Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper 17 Ibs Granulated Sugar for 100 11 A Stone Prompt attention and satisfaction given at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Dry goods dress goods and notions of all kinds at your own price J Joseph Mr AV O Rigney is having improvements made on his on Water street We have some of those handsome parasols left See them and you are sure to be pleased with J Joseph Our Mr 11 E Henry is out in the highways and hedges this week urg ing delinquents to come to time lie is not riding for his The Lancaster Mills have a overhauling and hundred dollars worth of new put in They will be ready to raise steam ill a few dOllS We are giving extraordinary bar gains this week Come in and take a look at our stock and see what we arc doing We absolutely will not carry anything over from season to season must be closed out VT Joseph Wheat AVaiitcrt As agent for a reliable linn I will pay the highest market price for wheat I will engage a few choice crops now if seen at once to be de livered at threshing time TOM ADAMS tf Bryantsvillc Ky Accidents to Little Folks While climbing a cherry tree little Ella Henry youngest child of Mr So lon Henry lost her footing and fell to the ground breaking an arm The the following day little Cushy Logan fell from a cherry tree at his fathers n Lexington avenue and met with a similar accident While both the lit tIc ones arc suffering much pain the doctors say they will soon be all right The middle of the year is close at hand Let us printsome neat state ments for you Dust make out your iccounts on a piece of wrapping paper or a nickle tablet ruled to write your own name in Be up to date We will do the work as cheap as you can get it elsewhere and if it is not as good it will oust you nothing Isnt that fair Nicl lass extensive residence them health many r I t r undergone machinery r Firstclass work at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Joseph handsome premiums with his See about it Give The RKCOUD a trial on job work Perfect satisfaction or no pays Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling Rums IIuosox Mr Fissinger has booked Al G Fields big minstrels fora performance next season Mr R E Henry is out this well collecting subscriptions When he calls please settle with him Mr Charles Grimes brought us a bunch of lettuce weighing 1J pounds It was A Xo 1 and raised by Dr Evans Paris green insect powder moth preventive carbolic acid bug exteimi naior articles necessary during tin hot weather DuuoSrouK Notice to Taxpayer Come in and pay your taxes at once as we arc preparing to advertise delis quests and same will be done inafew days J B Sanders S G C Full value guaranteed is our motto and the people know we Standby it We arc well pleased liberal trade we receive and promise by our customers and see that they get dollar for ililfcw J Joseph We have had a splendid business this season and to merit you patronage All spring nrM sum goods must be cleared the way now and they go old price to get them off We do not pack away goods m reopen on the public the following easonJ Curd to the ll llc- We are the first institr tion in America to make a new depar tune in the show business in the inter est of our patrons You will find no trickery no gambling devices no dc moralizing influences Our motto is now and always has been to intro duce a high class moral amusement institution where a gentleman can bring his family and spend a pleasantly at a cheap price of admis sion where morality and dignity reign supreme Special attention shown la flies and children Gentlemanly ush ers in attendance to look after their comfort The great Sells Grays Shows will exhibit afternoon and eve ning at Lancaster Wednesday June 27th SELLS GUAY s sales I STol uxs will con inuc at any elves am cement l giv witim the to stand hid out of Jill I few hours Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar anteed j A Beazley Co Funeral Directors i RUa lrlollU I I lJ I I Artmia1 n I rnitr Eniliaillting A tecialt3 1ul1 Line of Furniture Carpetsnull Rnialits of Pvthias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally J E C C G B SWIXHIJKOAD KR S ROBI SOX visiting invited LOCAL TIMETABLES Northbnd Jlixtd X rthbnJ IHssgr nth bud mathbuO txecl passe Laueltcr t228 11t1D A 3ntit552 A x- g Ax A very extensive line of Mens Boys and Youths Straw Hats that we will sell cheap Embracing all the new Shapes and Styles Come and get one before the styles are broken BIG LOT OF LADIES and SHOES AND OXFORDS that we will close out at less than manufacturers cost Hot Weather Clothing SergeSuits Serge Coats and Vests Double Breasted Serge Coats Crash Suits in fact everything in the way of Summer Suits canbe had at our store at the very LOWEST PRICES See Our Hot Weather Shirts Underwear to suit everybody Neckwear Hosiery and Gloves In great quantities at prices that you will buy them Hj1J frlI IJrn ijgH3 lfllitJ rrtJ EUr fr1J rrtJ si MISSES f 0 Wiifjlj iftfi Wfffirgf T 0 G AN n BIN S N BAREAiNSDARAiiISDAGAINS Fa a Cp gin 4 r b If Its Bargains that you seek K t Note for this week TUNE Finest Haw York Cream Cheese 12 12clb Our regular price is 18c and it sells at 20c a lb any where else Fresh Crackers at 4 l2c a lb He box of that floe Cffstalioe Salt for 5 cents 2 Inxss ol thai lira Cfitalina Salt fog Its the only Salt fit to go on your table put up in dirt tight cartons and never touched by human hands On Saturday 30th we will have an abundance of ICE COLD LEMONADE served Free ofCharge to our Patrons Yours for a Hustle Blue Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr SPECIAL N09 VEER BEGIJiNING u A 5 5C our Specials CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 1900 WEEK BY LANDRAV Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY r ONE YFAB IN ADVANCE TERMS Six MONTHS THEEE PENT LICK A large crowd from at Slate Springs J V Logan of Eielnnoiul has taken charge of the pouring mills at this place Misses Lackey entertained their neicc Miss Mattic Shumate of at a six oclock dinner Monday evening at which a number of young people were present The good ladies of the Leaf had a box supper for the ben elit of the Sunday school Saturday night which was a complete success A nice crowd attended and had order They realized enough to pay oil all indebtedness and had a nice little sum lef L in the treasury The farmers arc all quite busy this week cutting the golden prospect large yield is good Corn and are also looking well and everything seems favorable to the far mer this year but we are afraid when he gets his stuff ready for the market using the expression of a large grain dealer the price is a little off today John Wallace who has been attend ing college at Lexington was at home Saturday and Sunday to see the home folks John Fcrrell of Middlesboro was here this week on a visit to rela tives Miss Mollie Flanery vho has begin a patient sufferer with consump tion for a long time died Saturday and was buried at Gilead church The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community in which she lived O i last Friday evening Mr and Mrs Champ Shumate entertained in honor of their granddaughter Miss Mattie Shumate of Harrison ville Mo and Miss Florence Lackey Those present were Misses Lode and May mie llamsey Alma and Mary Lear Ilallie and Campbell Eliza husker Mattie McCormack auld Mallard Messrs Toe McCormack 3 A Jlervy W G Tudor Walker iwyn Ir Ioyntx James Rucker S B Will Champ An enjoyable evening was spent conversing and listening to sweet strains of music rendered by the Paint Lick Glee Clul and a serenade by Point Leavell friends which was greatly The occasion will be long rc membercd as well as the little ML souri beauty and especially by the young men present D C PullinF a man of great deal of ingenuity has invented one of the most complete bee hives we have ever seen He has i tso arranged that lie hats the bee under complete control and can handle him without being stung and the bee can save one half of his labor in stor ng the honey where he wants it rafter he comes in from the Held Therefore half of his life is not spent climbing up hunting some place to himself as he does in all other kinds of gums A lady can rob the bees as well as a man and be in no danger whatever Dave says he could do a littlethinking and arrange it could take the bets sting from him it is ahead of anything that has been invented in the way of a bee hive and we hope to sec Dave a mil lionair some day Misses Nary and Bertha Burnside arc visiting Misses Lucile and Mamye Ramsey this week Several people fro n here attended the commence ment exercises at Richmond last week W T Martin and Leslie Rice were visiting in Danville last week Miss Anna Maye Meade of Smithfield is the charming guest of Mary Tillie Ar i 0 r z r EVEn l5 2J her spent fur a ancy C E Ely unload LOUIS p Monday Missouri neighborhood splendid Nancy appreciated s- It eve r t- y j j nold at here home near here A large crowd attended raspberry supper given by Miss Eliza Lusks Sunday school class at Mrs Bucks last Tuesday Mr J V Bright of Bertha Ky was in our midst Sunday 1 o nas P Rucker of Ford spent a few days with his parents at this place A B Estridge and Berry Lunsford drove over to Berry last Sunday 11 L Jennings spent tjj in Lancaster C A Fish and E N Todd returned from Georgetown Mrs Alex Francis and chil hen of C rbin arc visiting 3Irand Mrs Jam Francis Miss Parkcs returned Monday from where was the guest of Miss Maggie Lacks Master Rout L Garrett of Winchester is visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs W C Fish IfflYAXTtyILLE Mrs Sparks is on the sick list this wrck For the next thirty days I will sell my hats at cost as I would like to get them all out by that tunic So come early I have some beautifully trim med hats that I will close out very cheap Mrs A S Haselden Mrs Smith Williams who has with her sick sister for a week has returned to her mime in Burgin Miss Bessie Mallard from Paint Lid is spending a week with Mr Richaid Ballard her grandfather Mrs Hughes little son and daughter of Danville are visiting relatives in this vicinity Miss Carrie Moulden of Lexington is time guest of Miss Kate Ison Mrs King and daughter relatives in Lancaster Sunday Mr and Mrs Ilaselden visited in Dan ville Sunday and attended preaching at that place Mr and Mrs Burl from Paint Lick visited relatives here the past week MrsJ X Dunn spent several days with her sister Mrs Nuicy Mallard near Lancaster MAHKSBCHY Mr T 1 sold his old carri age horse a few days ago for r0 Rev Win Anderson of Oklahoma City Oklahoma delivered an excel lent sermon at the Forkchurch There were live additions to the church Messrs Will Higginbotham and Chas Durham have about finished taking the census in the Lancaster and Mry antsville districts They have met with many amusing incidents in their rounds Mrs Tom Marker has been quite sick for several days Messrs Speed Bo ncr and James Royston attended preaching at Kirksville Sunday and visited John Askins Mrs A J Brewer and little son and daughter of Guthric Ky arc visiting her sister Mrs B A Copass FLATWOODS Tames Miller lost a cow last week from eating doyen also J B Parks lost a calf from black leg j Cleveland Spangler spent last Sun day at W II Purrs M r Coldironof Clay county is visiting his son Wil lam Miss Zillie Archer and small si iter Pearl returned home last from Barbourvillc where they had been visiting relatives accompa nicd by their cousin Miss Smith Miss Susie Parks returned home last Monday from Williamsourg where she has been attending commence anent A Curd ofTh iiks I wish to say that I feel under obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy has done for our tam fly We have used it in so many cases of coughs lung troubles and whooping cough and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Respect fully Mrs S Dotd Des Moines Iowa For sale by R E McRoberts 1m c n abbath Saturday Georgetown S But t visited Sunday I I I I I Sunday lasting 4J timer bee r i w Would Not Suffoi So AiMln for fifty X ElmO ItslliCB I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I never felt so badly in all my life When 1 calne down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I went to Miller McCurdys drug store and they rec Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy J t like magic and dose lixcd me alright It certainly is the linest thing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereafter for I should not care to en dure the sufferings of last night again for fifty times its II Wilson Liveryman IJurgettstown Washing ton Co This remedy is for sale by II E Mclloberts 1m G6NERA NGWS Lexington is after the Republican State Convention and Bradley is pull ing for lien Admiral Dewey says he favors the retention of the Philipines by this Government Q Cycling has its ups and downs the downs use Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quickly C C J E Stormes 1m Reports from the heavy rains thro Caldwell county show a loss of 500000 to tobacco and wheat Chap Dissenroth a Louisville stone cutter died at Paducah of blood pois on resulting from the crushing of his foot Mothers who would keep their chil dren in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and them with Aviirnos CKKAM VKUMIFUGE Price 2T cts C C J E Stormse 1m Guy Beckham appointed Dr W A Lackey of Pembroke Christian coun ty first assistant physician and Dr J W Stephens of Elkton Todd county second assistant physician at the Hop kinsville asylum All who suffer from piles will be glad to learn that DeWitfs Witch IIaxc1 Salve will give them instant and pet mancnt relief It will cure eczema and all skin diseases Mewareof coun terfcits F P Frisbie 1m The ordinance to dispose of a fran chic for the privilege of selling fuel gas in Louisville said to be worth 2f000 has been drawn up in the in of one company and there will ba no competition in the bidding M F Mouser druggist at Cdetopa Kansas says 1 have the best sale on Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin of any article in my store So has R E Mc Roberts It cures Constipation Indi gcstiou Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble 1m P F Adams Jr local editor of the Semiweekly Pantograph of Rich mond and Miss Pearl Gent daugh Mrs R L Gentry were married at the home of the brides pa rents in Richmond Backache should never be neglected It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long may result in Brights disease diabetes or other ser ions and often fatal complaints Fo leys Kidney Cure is guaranteed for the kidneys C C J E Stormes 1m E W Moren chief of police of Lon don made an important arrest when he captured Thomas Jones charged with the murder of Robert Owens at Pine Hill Rockcastlc county a few nights ago Owens was killed at Pine Hill in a pitched battle Natal mistakes arc made by those who do not heed the earlier symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble that end in Brights disease or diabetes When Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well how foolish it is to C C J E Ktormes 1m 7 B Haggin time New York mtilci millionaire has begun the erection of a summer home upon his Elmendorf stock farm in Fayette bounty that will probably be time handsomest vote dwelling in Central Kentucky The house it is said will cost consid erably more than 100005 Men may differ on politics religion or finance but all who have tried nan ner Salve arc agreed as to its worth for cuts burns sores piles and skin diseases Its the most healing med icinc in the world C C J E Stormes Senators Lindsay and Deboc have decided to appoint cadets and altcr nates to West Point without holding competitive examinations Senator Lindsay saidhe had intended to make his appointments on the basis of com petitive examinations but the time is now so short that it would be im possible to hold thetaV Was the result of hissplendul health Indomitable will found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they brine use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Oily 25c at It E McRoberts drug store 1m People who take their children out of school to workexcuse the ground that they will get a better education that way Volcanic Eruptions Arc Skill Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25cts a boy Cure guaranteed sold by R E McRob erts Druggist lm one priceG rL J t lest tel of and pri Xuna not grand but on C onunem led worked 44 edoaaaaaooaaoooos oaaaos44 a aoast odoaoooaaaoaaaaaasaoooa After C cola C 3Ir C often delay C liiamtrcks Iron and tremendous clergy are icon i r Afternoon and Evening Museums Trained Animal Exposition AND NEW AND FULL OF BRILLIANT FEATURES f6 rIV 1 e I j 1 J Ci 0 LANC STER- V e Q S Q ay Ju n e 2 7 t h VJ I SEllS rJD JAS If GRAYS UNITED SHOWS OLYIIPI1IJ HIPPODROMEp A rZ tiJ t TIle Oceans Awful Treasure BOVALAPUS The most frightful uncouth horrible hornbearing cloven hoofed denizen of the trackless and treacherous deep LITTLE EDNA The Worlds Champion Lady Somersault Rider New Departures of Such Orig inalty Magnitude jind Merit Introduced to discount all previous efforts thus consti tuting a show that is Noval Interesting Entertaining Magestie Imposing Spectacles j PROF BRYANS Incomparable 23 Horse Act See Sees Funny Clown Band The Worlds Champion Bare back Riders The Worlds most interpid Aerialists The Worlds Heroic Acrobatic Stars A M DAVENPOUT r Americas Champion Expert Trick Bareback Rider The farfamed 3 Irvings the Meteors The Milvos in dar ing evolutions on Revolving Ladders midair Dozens of Clowns trick monkeys traineddoss and ponies contortionists ac robats gymnasts and scores of other New Idea Free Street Parade At 10 oclock each morning Dont fail to see this mighty pagent Free exhibition on show grounds after parade Doors open at 1 and 7 p m Performancesfc 2 and 8 p m Gi7e the good wif3 and the dear little ones the biggest of all holidays Gentlemanly ushers in at tendance Tents absolutely waterproof I Cheap Excursion Kates on all Railroads IF P 11f IN I1 l featues Big v4Cv 1 sus endedp- in t 5 u p BUY mm m We have it and guarantee ery gallon Drug Store SN MIND 1 j That although we are in temporary M M quarters in the Gilcher Hotel next M door while extensive improvements js are in progress our store fe JUST TIrE SAME IT PAYS TO 2 THE GLOBE Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman Cog DANVILLE 65 fe KENTUCKY A S WIISOX P M II President KENNEDY P 31 II Secretary The Richmond School and Infirmary- Of MAGNETIC HEALING and SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS Every m 8 Richmond Ky U S h 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 N B C Kingston Indigestion gas on stomach dropsy etc etc Miss J D E Richmond Indigestion Constipation Neuralgia etc Miss R N Paralized arm and limb Mr M E M Richmond Kidney trouble impaired eyesight Mrs M E D Co Female trouble constipation etc Mrs W 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 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 NATIONAL CONVENTION Low Rates from All Points South QUEEM OBEiilfl ROUTE And Connecting Lines via Cincinnati or via Louisville to Kansas City Tickets on sale July ist and 2nd good returning July 9th One Fare Round Trip Free Reclining Chairs Observation and Cafe Cars Through Pull man Sleepers to Cincinnati and Louisville O L MITCHELL D i A Head House Block Chattanooga W J MuuniY W C RIXEASON General Manager Genl Passr Agent CINCINNATI O 1 I 1l n J iftl fiN n D fAI W MoReberts t1 0r T 0 F0Y 00 8 i0701 BEAR In o 0 11 TRADE AT g 8 I 0 J 0 20 J 1filf rfJ Jifjl tC Known Disease Cnred in u u DEMOORATIC THE N i Ii aaocaooooaoccaaaaaoaao Qoaoaaaoooaoo r v O 0 O0G0 0 c SrOi t f 0kf0 Y Q- o o 0 F i0 Wrw Y y y Lv v vu v v 3r erg I Richmond Madison vIA k Q eQGeo TUCI fi r9 080 00 83- a aty ueAfpAI6N not tit re Ie1 4Y- IKe and Soebel Tylor Contest Illustrated IN THE J o e e I JUST PUBLISHED O Q3Q t ooso e e S0 3 S S S anHHRECTUe of fte greatest political flsSt of the century on whkh the nations eves were and are yet turned JJy 1CE HUGHES F IV SCIIAXOTKU and E I WILLIAMS Ono Octavo Volume Over 1UO Illustrations ClotH Ultra By Mall Postage Paid on Receipt of Price This Is the production of threeLcuIsvIUe men who have biased manner giving a full vividazd truthful account of the most III UtUII 173 work wen their labor In an un jLargo S performed ever tookplace In this country With a free pen a vast fund of Incidentand record the authors havo produced a most fascinating volume ofhistory and at the same time a reliable of facts thatbe used as a of reference for years to come FirstClass Ageats Wanted 1or Unoccupied Territory Address THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBLISHERS 31 33 and 35 East Fourth Street Clachmati Gilo o campaIgn that twill hoc Nos t a S tI Y irwwmmiifiimflriwiwwnw i l ir1fYY1TrYi1 ifTf1rlfrff1 ll Yr1iYYY11yriliYrifYltYflTl1i11Tf1111 r t1tfltl ftrlff1if1iitl ForTH THIRSTY II S Q1DIr 11 ii9 9ii11ii iiPi1P11P1iPI1111P9iPilfgit919Y1i iiili i1i i G i 1 Cold parkiing RefreIhingI1 WE USE only Para fruit and Bast n Crsam II I 1 jui k = GivE us a trial and ba Convinced nnnt arget the place 4 rnrn Fit I B I E S H A R CoVlAi f Ii u iIL LL L I AI I II lljlij II JIIALIII JljliAi jll IAiIAlljILjiji lILjijliiL L Ljllljllli ljllj llljI1IAiJIAiJI t II1i JI I yO JllJkllilllllllJbll dlA lUl1111d1llldl ld6alllQ ldl111UIIEd lltd U d 1 lAlldl6lLU lJ l l 3l 6lsln l dld l CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNG 21 1900 Jh J V Cook continues jute ill Master Kirby Fuller is in Huston villc visiting Miss Alice Henderson is spending several weeks at the Mason Hotel John M Farra is spending a few days with relatives in I essaminecoun ty Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden Jr left Monday for Danville their future home Miss Camille of Huston yule is the guest of aunt Miss Jane Hopper Mrs Hunter Irvine of Louisville arrived Tuesday to visit her uncle Mr E W Harris Messrs Dave Folger and Cockrcll of Kansas City Mo arc visiting friends and relatives here Dr Wesley and wife have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs J O Crowder at Atoka Messrs T N Whitcand E G Dunlap of Danville were guests of Misses Fannie and Bessie West Sunday Mary Burnside are in Kirksville attending a house party given by the Misses Ramsey Miss Byrne who has been the attrac tive guest of Miss Julia Mac Gaines left Tuesday to visit relatives in Rich mondMissejr Fannie and Bessie West gave a huller Thursday in honor thr r friend Mrs Jennie OBrien of Jonn Donahue has returned from Gethsemane College John isa bright young man and won list in the Commercial Department Miss Mary Sandifer who has been the charming guest of Mrs John Lo gall will leave today for Louisville where she will spend the summer with her aunt Danville Chas E Pow ell was in town yesterday lie hsnow resting up on his fathers farm in Vest Lincoln county Senator Geo T Farris was in town yesterday talk ing the people Black in the face Time Carriage Journal published in Cincinnati contains good iikeness of Mr W J Romans Mr Romans attends all meetings of the carriage men and keeps abreast of the times It would be hard to lind a cleverer fellow or better business man than Billy otr uv i Bradley just beautiful And did you ever see a prettier dress asked an enthusiastic lady at the hop the other night We gave a most unqualified assent to both propositions and added that she as bright as she was pretty and as modest as a little daisy The honors that have been thrust on the fair young girl are sullieient to have turned an older head but hers like her fathers is too level for that and she isalunassuming and apparently as oblivious of her many charms as if she had not been honored and petted so lavishly Miss Bradley has been the guest of her cousins the Misses iMTarren since the hop r 1LOoO O oooccooooo co OOoou 0 0 00001 JTopp r lissGsBerl ha and NewsRev our townsman Christine J k aoaowooooooooaooaooodoooaoaoat i3 R OUT P OPhG cbooa lamer II J f t oft t syillc p prize i Journal G M Patterson made a flying trip to Corbin Sunday Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in Danville visiting relatives Billy AVearen of Stanford was in the town Sunday Miss Marie Joseph is visiting her friend Miss Hackney in London Mr Arch McKinney is spending several days with Mr Owen Shugars Mr and Mrs Chas W Anderson en tertained Mr and pits J II Walden at tea Mr Alvin S Kendall of Flemings burg has been the guest of R L Da vidson Mrs Martha Frisbie gave a dir ing Saturday in honor of Mr and Mrs Fred Frisbio Miss Lottie Bettis leaves this week for Bardstown to visit her cousin Mrs George Mann Miss Alma Lackey of GallatinTen ncssee is the pretty guest of her Miss Jennie Lackey Livingston Colonel Mrs from Lancaster has been out visiting her sister Mrs L P Gray Mrs J T Pope and little of Barbourvillc arc visit ing Mrs W II Smith and family Miss Christine Bradley is in Stan ford being entertained by her cous ins Misses Jennie and Marie Warren Miss Pauline Poscy left for Missou ri Thursday where she will join friends and go on an extended visit to California Mr R 0 Cunningham the clever editor of the Danville Xews was in town Sunday to see a mighty pretty girlWill Dunn formerly with Welsh Wiseman Danville but v ho is now traveling for a grocery house was here Saturday and Sunday Mr J P Mahan has returned from Ogden Ills He likes the state very much but says Kentucky is far ahead of any place h has been yet Mt Vernon Signal James Adams is in Garrard county looking after his farm Fred Yeagcr and little daugh ter of Garrard spent a few days with relatives here the first of the The following Master Masons drove over to Danville Tuesday night and witnessed the Third degree conferred upon Harry Giovanoli and Jno Nich els Jacob Joseph Robert Ivinnaird W B Mason Alex Bishop K F Pos tle Dr I S Wesley Danville Xews Mr James M Har bison will leave Washington next Thursdav accompanied by his mother His health has been very poor for When he conies home and in hales some of the wholesome Boyle county air he will soon be restored to himself again it is hoped Time following taken from the Rich mond Register will be read with much regret by the many Garrard county friends of the able and distin guished gentleman Col James Caperton our esteemed fellow citizen was driving along Main street tins morning at a moderate gait when the coupling pin broke in his phaeton al lowing the iront end of the box to suddenly and forcibly strike the ground throwing the Colonel out He struck the pike with his head and shoulder dislocating the latter and badly bruising his face and head II is injuries while painful are not regard ed as serious cousin TIi shy sometime V granddaughter week Use Both Eyes Keep one on the Quality of our goods and the other on our Extraordinary- Low We are now selling any our line of summer goods at onethird off Some Extra Bargains- in Trimmed Hats Dont miss this chance to get a nice hat CHEAP I Pin summer NOEL SISTERSe Dr and Mrs McDonald returned to Danville Monday Mr Jonas Rucker of Ford visited this city this week Mr R L Tfagan wife and children visited in Kirksville Sunday Mrs White of Knoxville Tcnn is visiting her sister Mrs Jesse Doty Mr Herbert Jones of Lexington visited Miss EHa II Sunday Prof E P Holly of Lexington has been the guest El kin k Miss Ruth Williams ot Campbells ville is visiting Mr AY 1 Williams and wife Col W S Ferguson of Covington is here looking after the harvesting of his wheat crop Miss Louise Kaufman is at home from Richmond college to spend the summer months Miss Florence Tanner of is the guest of Miss Lill Shugars on Danville street Misses Lilian on a visit to their sister Mrs Win Burnside of IJarbourvillc Mrs George Harden of Covington is here to sec her brother Mr Hugh M Smith who is quite sick JMIS Sarah Spoonamorc and Xora Johnson of Buena Vista visited Mrs J T and daughter Thursday Mrs oSancy Mfrksbury of Perry yule is visiting her children Mrs Wm Mr II A B Mjirkstiry Those wlfu attended the Stanford hop are loud in their praise of the way they were entertained It was a great success Mrs John S Iaughnian will enter tain this afternoon in honor of Mrs George A McRoberts of Stanford and Mrs P P Frfcbic this city The Personal and Local column of last issue of the I erea Citizen was gotten up by Miss Carrie B Wood who holds the position of at that place The work was ex ceedingly well done Toe Hascldcn and Herbert Kinnaird were here several days after having put In several weeks selling time Has elden filter in Millcrsburg They a pair of hustlers and will sell a man a filter whether he has a cistern or notAt the Baptist church Sunday morn ing and evening the congregation quite a treat by the vocal solos of Miss Gonzella Byrne of Selma Ala now visiting the Misses Gaines Miss Byrne has a cultivated voice of sweetness and volume and her singing has been greatly enjoyed and highly complimented She is a young lady of many accomplishments very attractive and handsome Tier visit is being greatly enjoyed by society folk Stanford Journal Ash by McKee Warren passed a highly satisfactory examination before Messrs J B Pax ton and P M McRoberts yesterday and was granted license to practice law by Judge Saufley This young gentleman ought to and doubtless will make a big reputation as a lawyer if blood and breeding go for anything His father Hon R C Warren lawyer he is a nephew of the noted jurist George R McKee and a lineal of Chief Justice George Robert son whose fame as a law giver is world wide Elder lloknn C Frank orders his copy of THE RECOUD changed from Lexington to Poplar Plains Ky The brilliant young is kept busy all the time holding meetings at various points He promises to be a worthy clilp oft the old blocs This reminds us of a remark weheard a gentleman make the other day Something yvas said about tlc open manner in which the blind tigers were run in Lancas ter The gentleman said Well if one Joseph C Frank could only return to earth and take up his abode in caster for a week or so such a scatter ing of tigers could not be imagined Tigers and tigertamers would catch it alike and by the time Mr Frank got through there would not be a ti ger within the city limits Oh for a Joseph C Frank to twist the tigers tails L avell of Iiss Kateand Kinnaird are Leaven Jlugiles and I are enjoyed is t fine Lan McKinney stenographer remarkable Lancaster descendant imam A Flue Contest Messrs Beazley Mencfcc have succeeded in completing arrangements for the best elocutionary contest they MISS PEAUL iiErns have ever held and tomorrow night at the Stanford Opera House one of the largest audiences will assemble to witness the battle between the eight young ladies who have wide reputa tions as speakers Garrard county is especially interested this yearns two of the contestants here Misses Marie Griffin and Sadie I I MISS MVUIE GRIFFIN Baughman while Miss Pearl Bettis resides here now The first prize is a set of silver candelabra 25 second prize silver water set 10 Quite a crowd will go over from Lancaster and as the house will be packed it would be well to telephone and have seats reserved Attention Farmers We take pleasure in gratifying the farmers of Garrard county that as usual we will be in the market for wheat and will buy at all stations on the Rowland Branch L 2s railroad and will see that our friends and cus tomers get top prices for their wheat So make no promises to anyone but be independent and remember your friends before selling and see us We have storage room for 0000 bushels of wheat and rate of storage will be rea sonable We also will keep on hand new sacks to sell farmers at cost should they want to hold their wheat Your Friends II A B MAUKsruiiY SON Caught in the beautifully printed illustrated pamphlet has been issued by theQueen and Crescent Route that is full of in teresting data as to the historic old seaside city of Charleston S C The Rational Educational Associa tion meets in July and every teacher in the land will be interested and prof ited by a perusal of the pamphlet it will besent to you free A beautiful frontispiece entitled Caught in the Act adds to the novel makeup of the pamphlet Send your name to W C Rincarson General Passenger Agent Cincinnati If you are a teacher the pamphlet comes to you free For six dollars we offer for one year three papers the combined price of which 00 The Morning Herald of Lexington The Kentucky Stock I Farm and THE CENTRAL RECOUD I is C et- A gip Yyal The Swedish mile is the longest mile in the vocld j Small in size and great in result arc DeWitts Little Early Risers the fa mous little pills that cleanse the liver and bowels Tiny do not gripe F P Frisbie lm In Iceland the natives dinner cotiMsts of dried fish and butter A fatal policy is to neglect a back a he or other sign of kidney trouble Kidney Cure is a sure remedy for Eights disease diabetes anti gravel C C 1 E lm A woman hardly ever gets over it it her daughter marries out of her poli t cs or out of her church t 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 E E Me Roberts lyr So matter how homely a man may be there is always some woman who thinks he is handsome You feel better at once after using IIEKUIXK you enjoy your food more and you get more nourishment and in vigorating force out of what you eat Hence IIEUIUXK makes you strong vigorous and cheerful Price 50 cents lm A pair of crooked heels will spoil the effect of the most gogeous r Many women fail to digest their food and so become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness fresh ness and of the skin and com plexion departs Remedy this by tak ing HEUIHXK after each meal to digest what you have eaten Price 50 cents c C J E Stormes lm More than one man after he marries has to use patent bachelor buttons To save mending avoid breaking and to avoid suffering prevent coughs and colds by the timely coy SEXS HONEY OF TAU It is a safe sure and swift remedy for all broach nil ailments Price 2T and 50 cents C C J E Storms lm The vast majority of unhappy are born of sudden impulses If you are troubled with that most uncomfortable disease called piles dont neglect it Dont let the com plaint get a firm hold Every day the disease is neglected it grows worse Commence at once to use TAILEUS rucKEYE PILE OIXTMET the relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes lm A sure way to tell a woman of is by the jewels she wears Charles II Marks while acting in the capacity of nurse at the Second Division Hospital of the Fifth Army Corps at Santiago de Cuba used a few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Choi era and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarr found it to work like charm Fur sale by R E McUoberts lm Among the hardest troubles to bear those that seem needless A woman in Id iho got a divorce from her because he would not take her to the Paris Exposition IIe testified in court that he was a fraid of water and that he was afraid to get into a bath tub even he got so seasick That man has Indigestion just as a good many others we know and should take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Get it at Mclloberts Drug j Store lm j Sympathy is one of the chief factors of feminine charm Does It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy forcoughs and colts 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 regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then i i either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with suc cess 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 Lion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Icecommcnded many year by druggists in the world For sale be C C J E Stormes Illeys j I I j t f FI C C E Stormes t beauty IIr I tt t usCof marriages ref ment hoea and a are husband more J usually Store mes J petticoat C C K a Ill 1 i IPadiWaU1tj ON Tids Ihumu1 jjj is the amount you save by buying from us The Columbus theKauirman thus Moyer th WoodhulL We larry a full hoop com J plete line at that alt le duplicate and Buggy work ever done in Lncaster Come Bl tion and Wcaie prepared lout on Best Rubber Tires in the market Bs S jg s sas3seg8gae3 prig We a oing the wlces4 aL and sse for work amen You get Honest TDorknolite atten prices w J O LLANS m Lq l i Fsnr t Carriege yourselves West c ass Good roasonabl ar z GO TO DP t1C STORM FOR THE STORE oem II iN iInut ioncNivH Ii 1oOOOooooa OO nnMf FINE CIGARS GINGER ALE RNE SOAPS and PERFUMERIES LILLARD V STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers RUGS iUJIDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of our line line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided over by experienced men Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LLLARD r n D tnviUe AND iRUGGISTS i STOUTrlJ 6r iio B I j ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPARIET Done oir short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we f guarantee all work to be firstclass f Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store I i p I i t JllinrIJ I 1 oooooaoooaooooo00oooooaoeoadoo ooooopoooaooooaooooao4ooroaoi 31f4v7 Two I Mens Vici Shoes In lace for 2 This shoe is dressy and and Tan We have aboxfc 3 dozen Misses Shoes Tan Button 13 to 2 we sold at 150 and 2 reduced now to Our full dress Shirt at 1 fits and is fine Straw hats now on Caldwell Leaders in Shoes and Furnishings Dollars Wehave sizes I 75cts Lanier DANVILLE Y ANCERfhn- ewas vnen cancer wasconsuleredas incurable as leprosy Physieiatis and friends could little relief or encouragement to SIICrINCURABLEone uiheasc now uoniurs 01 no it to fcia blood disease they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation and advise you to have cuthut at the same time cannot assure you that it not return You cut or draw out the sore but another will come inits place for the disease is in the blood is deepseated and destructive and the reach of the surgeons knife orcaustic plasters The blood must be purified and strengthened the system relieved of all poisonous effetematter before the sore heal S S S the medicine that can overcome this and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood Itbuilds and invigorates the old and supplies new rich lifegiving S S S a vegetable remedy no mineralcan be found ii it the roots and from which it coijlain powerful purifying properties act directly uponthe blood system and make a safe and permanent cure of Cancer It has cured thousands not youis not always inherited may free from any taint yet blood may become so polluted that a severe atitic ted with this terrible Even know for this fearful while admitting outs flcsh estroying i 1I1a your be your reineds vi1l why iSpfi9IrB Sod inwites Disease or IIOKC a small lump on the jaw or breast a harmless looking wart or mole and other causcs so insignificant as to attractlittle or ro If you have an obstinate sore upon salves or ointments to cure begin with S S Sat once it will cleanse your blood and prevent the formation of cancerous cells or hurt a n eli lip A Mrs u Shirer I a riaia Mo writes A small pimple came on about one inch below theear on the left of my face At first it Rave inc no uouble and 1 did think it was anything seriousuntil Hie jaw began to swell and became much inflamed At the same time the sore to andtnt into the and nave ineintense pain I tried I could hear of but nothing did meI then Ian the use of S S S and after taking several liottles the and therenow 110 MI the disease This was two years ago and 1 ant still enjoying perfect health our physicians your case and for an v art vice or information wanted theyhave made a life study of Cancer and all blood diseases make no jawide not an 1 n interestyoubout Ve char e nw rood Scott Hudson is training seventeen trotters and pacers W B Jarvis has a good stock IV langus bull calf six months old for sale June 14tf Xow is the time to begin sacking grapes if you expect to have perfect clusters Dates for the Winchester ust 1 2 and 5 will clash with those claimed by Cynthiana whose meeting is to be held July 31 to August 5 I have on hand GOO mountain ewes will sell on time or for cash olLj them in good hands or shares fu nish good south dam bucks ilfi them If J I IA LTOX the coming RichmorJr Fair 24 to 27 purses 250 and JOO will be given for trotters and and S100 premiums for saddle horses Ilustonville will hold a three days fair beginning Wednesday July 25 The following oilicers have been elect ed J P Harper President W D locker Secretary and J II Ilockcr Treasurer Two men representing the can Strawboard Company were in this section last week engaging straw They bought 12000 acres and want 100000 tons It will be shipped to Uhio and Indiana paper mills A Shorthorn calf 1SJ inches high and weighing 2iil pounds is furnishing amusement at the horns of Win Har ben The freak was too small to suck its mother and had to be put on a bum tie like a baby until its little legs lengthened suiliciently to enable it to reach the creamery Richmond Middlesboro will hold a race meeting some time in August A new halfmile track is being built there and a great meeting is expected to le held in the mountain town Middlcs boro has a large scope of country from which to draw and Ken tucky Virginia and Tennessee enter there- In either driving or handling hog have them reasonably empty therel y sting much labor and risk You will also put more pounds on the scales and have them in much better condi tion for the buyer than if full when leaving time pen If a hog is heated when the stomach is full it affects its appetite for several days hence there will be a heavy loss to the shipper Last fan 1 sprained my left hip while handling some heavy boxes The I caned said at first it was a slight strain and would soon be wen but it grew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work I went to a and the druggist recommended me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm 1 tried it and onehalf of a 0ccnt bot tie cured me entirely I now it to my friends F A Babcock Eric Pa It is for sale by 11 E Mc Roberts druggist ini As the result of failure to secure 20000 harvest hands needed in the college students boys and girls have agreed to take their places in the held They will run the binders Harvesting began last Friday The wheat harvest s in full blast through soithcrn Tcbraski and Kan sas The indications now are that the Nebraska wheat crop will reach CIieip Insurance Many a man has been insured against Brights disease diabetes or other dangerous ailment by a lifty cent of Foleys Kidney Cure Take no other C C J E Stormes lm 0 1 CI4 R e lt 1 ticr tII 1J IairA ug lace C I A t lI- ly P Amen Climax fair llld her cJOwdsl doctor drugstore recommend Kansas 7 bottle am i J ers i yIp ill t r L my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 2 Money due at time of service JAROBIJSSOX Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike willstand tat r 7 5 s 000000 bushels and that Kansas will reach close to 100000000 This is from 15 to 21 per cent heavier than previous yields in this state Other small grain promises well in these two States The corn crop will be very heavy if present indications con tinned Corn is well advanced and acreage is about 5000000 in Te braska and 4000000 in Kansas The in both states is less than year In Nebraska thnre were 8000 000 acres of corn last year and a 300 000000yicld Farmers arc well with money and will probably hold their wheat until late in the fall for higher prices If the stomach performs its funct ions actively and regularly the food of which it is the receptacle is trans formed into blood of a nourishing quality which furnishes vigor ami warmth to the whole body IIKUIUNK gives tone to the stomach and promo tes digestion and assiiiiilRion Price C C J E Stormes lm Danvillj Xotcs Anderson Spill man bought of T Granville Cecil Sat urday h Acrop of 125 acres of growing wheat ateventy cents Mr Lyte Hudson spe t today in Danville loot ing for He and his an made 20000 last year on Gvernment horse con tracts So much for being good judges of both nun and rses S II his farm on tie Stanford pike in this county to McBeath of Pulaski county at 70 an acre Mr McBeath and family will take posses sion of the place in November Mr Yeager is yet undecided as to his fu ther movement but his friends hope he will stay in Boyle Advocate The aga at which a horse is worth the most depends very largely upon his breeding and raising In nearly all cases well bred and wen kept hor ses will stand hard usage better at an early age than horses that have had i struggle for an existence and have inferior quality of blood in their veins When a horse has been wen fed and cared for from birth so as to maintain a steady growth he ought to be well matured by the time he is five years old and from that time till he is ought to be at his best Other hor ses that are let run given but little care not fed they should be il make a slower growth and may not mature until seven years A horse should be fully matured before he can be considered at his best no matter what his breeding tiicslioh AiiMivcrctl Yes August Flower still has the lar of any medicine in time ilixcd world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the of the liver stimulate the ner vous and organic action of the system and that they took when feeling dull anl bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C U J E Stormes Some women always remind you of disguised nien Timely information given Mrs G Long otNewSlraitsville Ohio pre vented a tregcdy and sav 5 two lives A frightful cough had long kept her night She had tried many reiiiedies and doctors but stead ily grew worse until urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat chest and lung troubles Only 50e and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug store lui r v las supplied ets horse ock partner older lOthler rn1 mas I seven a may beEx gest sale anything action iRan t Tragedy th rage 0 olif w cm 4s Ireveizted A j 4 01 disease may develop from a sore or ulcer on tongue or other part of your body a slight bruise anti stubborn form the your SS T Address THE SWiFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA Of f t In many households the real boss is the baby Starvation never yet cured clyspep sia Persons with indigestion are half starved They need plenty wholesome food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat so the body can be nourished while the worn out organs are being reconstructed It is the only preparation known that will instantly relieve and completely cure all stomach troubles It is certain to do you good F P Frisbie lm The more people travel the less boisterous they are on the road Reports show that over fifteen Inn dred lives have been saved through the use of One Minute Cough Cure Most of thesj wore case of grippe croup asthma whooping cough chitis and pneumonia Its early use prevents consumption F P Frisbie A woman reads her love letters after marriage but a man never does and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loosc ness of the boivels It always cures For sale bv II McRoberts lyr Story ol H Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst inn of slavery Goe D Williams of Manchester tells how such a slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for the that she could not turn over in bed lone After using two bottles of Elcc Bitters she is wonderfully improv ed and able to do lien own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleepless ness melancholy headache backache fainting and dizzy spells This working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist lm National Association Great Meeting at Cliarlesoti S C JULY 713 THE QUEEN CRESCENT KOUIE The great line to the Southeast makos low rites for the occasion Chattanooga and Ashville visited enroute This great convention meets each year dur jug the summ r vacation for the discussion of educational problems intercourse and for the opportunity it affords each year to visit at n low rate places of interest ill parts of the United States With this plan in view the meeting lust year was held at Los Adgeles It meets this year at Charleston S C The benefits m curing therefrom go not only to the teacher but alsj to time pupils who after nIl are perhaps time greatest gainers from the ret the teacher gets amid from the increased capacity for work with which he returns from time meeting Time meeting this year at Charleston is one of special import Since the trying of the Reconstruction period the educators north and south 1m e been rather slow about time cemencing process which has gone on more rapidly with other classes but the wonderful display of enthusiasm upon the part of the southern teacher in working for the success of the Charleston meetkg indicates an new era in the history of the Amerfcan School and gives promise that the Charleston meeting will be the greatest convention of the N E A that has ever taken place in its history It is said that a membership of over five thousand is already assured from the Southern States meeting place Charleston is of unusual interest to students of history particular y that of the Itevolu ionary period Time first colony in South Carolina was established iu 1C7 the great John Locke preparing the scheme government In the War of the Revolution the State was u leader among the un iluuniuin Camded und Fort Moul tie The latter aud more unfortunate days of All this it tobe seen iu the present city in many interesting from and the statue of Calhonu to the great modern defences ccently erected which make the harbor the most completely defended on our great coat lime Clnirlcstoii in summer is Thefloral dlsplay in city gardens arid thecountry drives is atd to excel in beauty and incoming breeze from the sou keeps the tomperature pleasant on time warmest Xo i or stilling heat are here to hefound such as conventions often labor underin northern inland cities The to Charleston from the north via the Queen A CrescentRoute and its connecting is as interesting as the to time city Itself National Kdu s ticketsvia the Qiien Cesccnt Route are so ed that one cau visit ChickuMilitary Jark and Lookout Mountainas well ns the mountain city of Ashville andthe famous tumid of time Time stop overprivileges on th se are most and the historic points at Chattanooga ds well as in the Blue aud land Plateau are quite as great as those found at Charleston W C Rinearson G P A Cincinuati is pre a very interesting lot of printed matterwith in abundanceselling forth the timings that are of most iuttrest to the at Charleston and on shouldseetomakeof interest iu either case i irs already I j lich 1 miracle ca Quiet E for social d s entire aloneAs of undiminIshed dcihis- toric St I elsewhere ft te bro ye rie hell aEucatcon Inverse mis iSo miloim itr coma Cuim TO TIlE QUEEX CITY Low rate Sunday Excursions to every other Sunday via I Queen Crescent Route Low round trip rates are in effect nv ery other Sunday from unction City and all points north on time Queen Crescent Route during the summer seasqn Train schedule and rates can be ascertained by applying to your ticket agent CINCINNATI is known as the Paris of America and the summer attractions liere each summer justifies this title Time Zoological Gardens is one of the finest in America and has the collection of rare animals and birds in the United States Chester Park and Ludlow Lagoon arc both offering every kind of as summer resorts Coney Island is one of the Queen Citys beautiful river resorts It is cguipped with modern improvements at a cost of half a million dollars an ideal earthly paradise readied by a glorious and refreshing river ride on palatial steamers Free Vaudville entertainments etc Fort Thomas is one of time most beautifully situated and completely equipped military posts ill America It alone is worth coming to to sec A hundred other attractions make the Queen City well worth a visit du ring the summer DONT FAIr TO RATKS Queen Crescent Route for time following occasions Independent Order Samaritan Young Peoples Christian Union U church of X A Denver Colt July 2530 1JOO Annual 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