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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 KLYKNTIE YEAK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER ICY THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 0 0 NmrBEc S 1 hg ttoth r I TRATA1V ANCAST6R AND VICINITyr000000 000oooovoooo000000ooooosaopoooaooooaaoooaooooo ao oaopoooooood fW Jeeeeeeeoeoeeoeooooooaooeoaoaeeoooo0000000oooooaoooooao9oa Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor The II uslonville fair is reported to have had big crowds and made money The Republican Congressional Con vention for the Eighth District will be held at Richmond August 20th There are many applications for the Garrard Hotel but no contract has yet been made the owners exercising great care in selecting a tenant Now is the time to secure some bargains in all departments We are determined to clean our shelves for winter goods which we will soon buy J Joseph Prices are no object in Josephs big clearance sale which is going on We simply will not carry goods per from season to season but leathern go at any price in order to dispose of them Come see for yourself Pastor Culled The members of the Christian church have extended a call to Elder A R Moore of Bourbon county and we understand he has accepted same Mr Moore preached here a short time since and the people were delighted with him lie isan elegant gentle man and TIIL RECORD extends a wel conic to him On the IJith of August at 2 sharp the farm I now live on will be sold on the premises at auction Terms made known on day of sale It contains about 75 acres well improved and a tine home in every respect One mile from Danville on Shakcrtown pike I M QUKSSEXHKUKY T D English Auctioneer Two Excellent Tripe Elsewhere in this issue of the RKC OKD will be found advertisements of special low rate excursions to and return as well as to on next Sunday the 32th These excursions are over the Queen route and will be the best of the season Parties wanting to visit tin now famous state capital will have an opportunity of spending a day there in sightseeing returning that night Read the notice elsewhere on this page Its a splendid opportunity for a profitable trip Notice 2t t Cincinnati I excellent ciclod Frankfort C Crescent Visit Joe shaving parlor Buy Banner Bread fresh every day at Blue Grass Grocery For a clean shave in a neat shop go to Henry Duncans on Richmond street The local Maccabee lodge is taking in new members at each meeting It is good insurancea nd very cheap Dr M Actons horse took a to run away and smash the phy sicians buggy to splinters but he was stopped without doing much damage Now is a good time to have your old buggy or surrey painted to preserve it through the winter Ve can make your old one look as g09dhs new for very little money WJ ROMANS Niagara Great excursion series to Niagara Falls August 2d th and 16th Queen Crescent Route Low rates 12 day limit Dont fail to go Niagara is one of the great wonders of the world Ask ticket agent about rates train service etc Aerial Artists By far the best aggregation of aerial artists is the Werntz family of six members They act at a heigth of 80 feet and are positively the most artists in the world They can be seen free at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 Excursion rates We acknowledge receipt of pies badge to the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 13 The management advises us that their and amusement features will this year eclipse any ever promulga ted by a like organization May they live long this show is a credit to our State Colored readier Institute The colored teachers institute met in the Court House Monday morning and was arganized by Prof Frank L Williams of Louisville About all the teachers in the county are present Prof Williams soon showed that he understood his business and has been giving great satisfaction in the work A feature of the institute is the which is very onus indeed The sessions come to a close today Full report next issue Niklass T notion celebrated JIatIlIj exhibition music L s r E o Our Big Did you ever notice how one wagon follows in anothers track Same thing happens every time that people come to town looking for the Best Goods for the Least Money Every day the trackto Logan Dry Goods Cos Bargain House grows wider with tomers who are attracted here by the grand values we offer the trade If you havent already you had best get in the track It will lead you to a big saving in your pur chases Logan Dry Goods Co 1 Clearance Sale i IS STILL GOING ON 3 j E E E E newcus E E E E I 1 rrrr n E tip E E fr r the- E r r rrr e J 1 S See the hot weather bargains at Jo sephs Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G 3 Gaines or J M Logan Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store saute See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Ladies Broach with Coral head Lost Tuesday night Return to this Lightning killed a pair of fine work mules for Jack Iliatt last week Sev eral cattle were killed in the same manner in different parts of the coun ty Smith Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Ollice at R II liaisons dry goods store tf If you want a trade narrow light heavy high low deep shallow hard soft plain fancy uare long or short sur or pheaton dont fail to call at Conns Carriage Shop For Rent For the year of 1901 a good two tenroom brick residence near the Square in Lancaster Ky suitable for boarding house For particulars apply at once to J M Orand aug 24t Elks Street Fair Horse Show Car rival Lexington Aug 13 to 18 One fare for the round trip all Queen anc Crescent points in Kentucky and fron Cincinnati each day of the fair Ties tickets arc good to return until Aug 20 Do not fail to go Ask agent foi particulars Warm Politic Politics and politicians are getting nigh the red heat mark in this But they will cool down and fang together when they think of the gOOf time theyll have at the Lexingtoi Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 Cheap excursion rates on al railroads Many free features Sec posters In Good Shape The L N has gotten the Row land branch of its road in splendid shape having spent much inorjej thereon in the last year New bridges ties ballast and much steel have been put in and the is now better than that between Richmond and Winchester If a effort was made the day passenge trains would be put here but it seem impossible to awake some of our citi zens from their nap A Very l joyal Io Talk The Presbyterian church was wel filled Sunday afternoon by our pcoph to hear the talk of Miss Leila McKec on the subject of Christian education of the women of the nineteenth The talk was full of timely points and was greatly enjoyed Miss McKee is a great favorite among our people She is president of the Wes leyan College at Oxford Ohio and many pupils from this section have attended there Buy Now I have again opened up mp coal yard at the Hemp house Now is your time to buy It will go up to 15 cents by the 1st of October I want to sell you your coal for Cash I am prepared to sell cheaper than anyone Give me a call before buying and dont forget to bring along the Cash it down hurries up the horse the dust gives you better lumps and makes the coal burn bright er And then you dont have to dodge every time you see me coming 124t J C Moss The Garrard Closed F li Fissinger who has had charge of the new Garrard Hotel since its completion closed the house and 1 ft town last Thursday morning He claims that the house has never been completed that many persons were working against and has numer ous other kicks to register On the other hand the owners say Fissinger very slow coach Under the the contract he could have held the house for an entire year Patronage fell off materially the stockholders were not satisfied in the way things were going so Fissinger pulled up stakes and went to Louisville In a note to THE RECOUD he says he will return toLancaster this week Fire on the Chute Flre in one of the mink slides on Battle 1130 oclock the other night was the cause of long and loud ringing of the fire bell Had the entire town been in a blaze more fuss would have been kicked Finally the men pulling the rope were choked loose and fell exhausted lied that they had done a noble deed There was tall swearing on the part of most of the citizens when they on the Square in scanty to find that the scare was There is nothing in the world that creates as much excitement in i Lancaster as the alarm of fire We are without protection and a blaze generally has to burn its course tnless discovered in time to be extin cfuished with a bucket or twq of wa ter Let uflicc Currey Danville run buggy story Lancaster county ne roar proper Century shakesout hits fut not upI appeared attire needless d C c l crts jerks the scale was a Row sat is t w 4- fi M I t S i ol n Guitars Violins Banjos Mandolins and full stock oi Strings for same at Thompsons Wheat or stored Will buy wheat or storesame See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Sewing machine needles etc 20 different makes of ThompsohJs The dove law is out and hunters have commenced a slaughter the birds They are said to be plentifu this year Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise delhI quents and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S GTC Stop and Think Should you not patronize the man who can not only carriage etc but repair your machinery of a 1 description A word wise s sufficient Call at Coins Carriage Shop Taking a Vacation Dr J L McKee is taking a short vacation and will not fill his pulpit Here until Sunday week He has been untiring in his work for the local church and is certainly entitled to a vacation The people of Lancaster love Dr McKee and hope he will re greatly benetitted Will Preach Sunday The many admirers of Rev Henry Faulconer will be delighted to know hat he is to preach at the Presbyteri in church next Sunday morning and evening Services in the morning lommence at ten oclock the Sunday school following at eleven He will also conduct the prayer meeting Quarterly Meeting The last Quarterly Meeting for the Conference year will be held Saturday md Sunday at the Methodist church Preaching Saturday at 1030 a m and 5 p m and Sunday at 11 a m and 8 j m by the Presiding Elder Rev F i Pollitt The Quarterly Conference till be held immediately after the Saturday morning service and Sacra nent of the Lords Supper at Sunday norning service Teachers Institute The white teachers institute will be held at the Court House August 13 to 17 conducted by Prof T C Cherry if Bowling Green Ky Every teacher not attending insti tote unless excused by county super intendent will have his or her cei iiicate revoked A Narrow Hscapo A horse driven by Mrs Geo B Rob nson became frightened last Friday and dashed around the Square at a lively gait Instead f screaming and jumping out as nost women do she held to the reins mtil the animal was stopped which vas after the vehicle had been upset the was thrown under the buggy but fortunately received no injuries We have never seen a lady display more ool courage than did Mrs Robinson md it is well that she did so for had she let the reins loose she would have undoubtedly been seriously hurt Frankfort Ky Excursion Grand low rate excursion and spec ial train service via the Queen and Crescent Route will be run August 12th to Frankfort and return An excellent opportunity to visit thefamous State Capital owing to disturbances existing there for a time between the two of government city is full historic interest Here may be the burial place Daniel Boone Capital the pub lie buildings as welj as many other scenes that have since played a part history Spend a day at the Capital of Ken Lucky Ask agent for further particulars Reception to Dr McKee Saturday evening a reception was tendered Dr McKee and wife Miss Leila and Mrs Sallie McKee by the ladies of the Presbyterian church The reception in the large room upstairs and was filled by those who called to pay their respects to this beloved family The entertainment gotten up on very short notice and many who would liked to have could not be notified Elegant re freshments were served in the base During the evening a quar composed of Messrs J M Far R G Ward O W Shugars and W Batson rendered delightful A duett by Mrs J M Logan and R G Ward was greatly enjoyed as was also a recitation by Miss Alice Henderson Miss Henderson recited selection she had for the recent contest at the Opera House A Brave Deed and many compliments were passed upon it She is a gifted speaker and a great favorite with t3r people Mrs G M one of the and most musicians the town has ever boasted of presided at the organ bough for utachinesa of royal yoU the urn cuing I Public Ii I n U n U I n U Sunda E IT li nandUte IT li- The IT E prominent In Kentucky rr li IT li IT IT rr rr rr rr tile rr Ii themLance best ffi I i t factions of visited the s was held was attended E music son jr Masonic lodge meets Tuesday night Tin whistles are furnishing much amusement to the festive small boy Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper The Hustonville base ball nine beat the Lancaster nine Tuesday by a score of nine to seven We are here tc and cannot to do poor work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber The kissing hue will not interfere with visitors to the Lexington Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 See bill boards and watch the great reduction in railroad rates poles and much new wire have been placed all along this branch of the L N Brackets were placed for an additional wire so we presume the number will soon be increased to four People are getting the best i buggies surries and road wagons ever offeied A few more to go at a sac ritice Come are gone WX ROMANS I am post selling good mixed ship stuff and bran at 10 per ton at mill or 12 delivered Buy now while cheap II C Porrs Proprietor Buckeye Roller Mills July Buckeye Ky To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to pay now as it will be later on tf JAS PEAUCE Collector Back at the Old Stand I have purchased Mr Norris meat market on Richmond street and am once more ready to serve my old pat runs and friends with the choicest meats and ice the market affords Will give my personal attention to the business and am sure you will be pleased when trading with me Cash paid for all lands of produce hides etc Give me a call aug9tf T S ELKIN A Great Convenience One of the greatest conveniences the town has is the bakery of Mr R Zimnier Parties wanting fresh bread can get same baked every day and if company comes in they can get pie rolls iced cakes and in fact anything the housewife needs at very prices Text time you have com pang go to Zimmers and get what you want and do not burn up over a cookstove at home stay Horse- Show New bargains- i reasonable afford C quick Rev Leonidas Robinson is holding a revival meeting in Stanford New buggy tops atabargain ROMANS unions If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Name Sake For Bryan Born to the of Fount Long a tenpound boy which has been named William Jennings Bryan Suit has been filed against the L N railroad for the killing of II M Hughes two weeks ago mention of which was made in last issue A large supply of buggy Surrey and spring wagon wheels cheapqcthan you can have your old ones repaired WT J ROMANS Preacher J r Baptist Church Rev R A Thompson of Mt Ster ling has been called to preach at the local Baptist church lie comes recommended as a minister The call has not yet been accepted Store Itooni For Rent The large handsome store room now occupied by Fuller Sympspn as a This is the largest grocery room in town and one of the best stands Has been occupied as a grpte ry and queensware hound for many years Plenty of light Possession given after August 14 G S GAINES Still on heck I am again in charge of my imple ment business in Lancaster and have on hand the Hancock and Avery Disc Plow Superior and Kentucky drills Capital wagon Disc harrows and all kinds of plows See me and 1 will save you money and sell you the best on the market When I am out of town keys to warehouse will be left at E C Gaines pos Theyll wait upon you tf J S GAINES Dave Give the Court Warulii r A crazy negro named Geo Wallace created a stir in Judge Burnsides court Tuesday by trying to butt down the walls Jailor Dave Ross said he had once heard of a fellow named Samson down on Poosey Ridge who was being tried and butted out the props of the house and the darned thing fell and killed the whole match Daves statement seemed to put the court and crowd to think ing and the negro was hustled off to jail for fear Samsons feat might be repeated Globe and es coupling reducers at Coons sItup highly when Store shooting I dice v wife grocery I i ooooco 0 00 0 00000 0 000 U 0 0 tIWE HANDLE i THE FAMOUS I Ii OWENSBORO WAG N I This wagon is on a posi 11 I the guarantee andwe know you will like them I IoJ R OOOOQocootooooooooooooooooo J A Beazley Co s sold ase c ell ooo000 Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Emhaliiiii A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets Knights of Pvtliias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights Of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G KR S R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards BSWrN BROAD 14 OFF OUR SPRING and Put your money back in your pockets YOU SAVE JUST ONEFOURTH IF YOU PURCHASE JN OW We are giving you prices not promises these days prices that will not fail to impress you You know the kind of goods WE SELL our reputation on ttat pcint was made long ago The regular season saw us leading in qualities styles and low prices Every one of our customers cantestify to this and everyone who makes purchases during this 0 FOURT H OFF SALE will gladly tell you that they made an actual Saving of 25 Cents On The Dollar What others are doing you can do while the sale lasts It wont last all the seeson for the mission of the sale is to clean things up before another season is upon us and prices not promises are doing The sale will gain headway day by day The more its advantages become known the larger be come oursales figures The greatest bargain given is sure to catch the crowd And Thats Why Were to Sell Prices One Fourth Off Everything Of course Such Enormous Reductions Mean That the Sale is Con ducted on Spot Cash Lines f mr1JgJfrlJ r1J rnrrtillBi i SUMMER GOODS ir J 1J ifl ill m ii1 ill lJ m i m itill mill m BusYAnxious ill ill m m mrm I Logan Robinson imii Iii iii iii 8 iii II iI iii 8 l I r o Erjj l1 I J ihi- R Q t il r s j S 1- iCENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1900 KVEBY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAU Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I TBItMB ONE YB H IN ADTANCK 100 Six MONTHS 50 THREE 25 BUYANTSVILLE Quite a number from here attended the fair at Xicholasviile Preaching at the Methodist church on the 3rd Sunday evening in each month There is preaching each Sunday at the river bridge all are invi ted to attend As I am preparing to order my fall millinery will ask those indebted to please call and settle their ac counts Mrs A S Haselden Mr an aged gentleman of Mt Hebron neighborhood died on lat Friday and was buried in the cem etery at that place on Saturday He was a good family have the sympathy of all the community The members of the Pleasant Grove church are requested to be present at a meeting which will be on Saturday day evening next at the church as there is business of importance to be attended to Miss Marie Ballard has gone to Lex ington to remain with relatives until af er the fair Miss Lillie Dale of Shelbyville spending several weeks with Miss Nice Robinson Mrs Eliza Ballard and Mrs J X Dunn will go to Lexington on Saturday to spend a week with Mrs Mary Jennings has returned home spending several days with here Mrs Lee Meritt has home Mr Ike Dunn of the lend neighborhood has been on the sick list also J W Hogan of this place Miss McClure of Crab is the pleasant guest of Mrs Dr Elliott this Priest is spending a few days with friends in Burgin Miss Mollie Dunn began a select school in this last Mon day Miss Georgie and Miss Susie Higgins are spending several days with relatives in Paint MARKSBDRY Rev A J Copass will his regular appointment at Mt Hebron Baptist church next Sunday morning T I Herring bought of Mr Swine broad 32 sheep at 385 also a good buggy horse from Bob Hamilton Mrs Catharine Aldridge of Lamas ter visited relatives here last week A number from here will attend the Danville fair today and tomorrow Mr and Mrs Mitchell of Danville attended preaching at the Fork E C Binnings of Louisiana is the guest of his aunt Mrs Jack Kern per James Aldridge of Hiattsville visited here this week Miss Maggie Bright of Stanford is the pleasant guest of Misses Lizzie and Lula Mr Reuben Nayfor and wife Mr John Woods and family of visited Fox Sunday Rev B A Copass and family and Mrs Joe Boner visited T D Chestnut and family in Boyle last Friday Messrs Speed Boner and Henry Parks attended the Nicholasville fair last Thursday Mrs Kate Woods and Miss Ellen Bogie Ind are visiting Mr and Mrs II Bogie Mrs Fred Sutton visited her Mrs Kauffman at Xicliolasville and attended the Street fair Haselden wife and cousn of visited II D Aldridge and family Sunday Mrs Susan Bourne and family of Bettis Mrs E II Dunn and Miss Pearl Bettis a charming littlelad of Lancaster and Rev B A Co pass and family were handsomely by Miss Sue Sutton last Wednesday WALLACETON E W Baker sold to Geo Ballard a small bunch of hogs at Ole per lb C II Baker and E W Baker each sold a calf to John Davis for 20 Charlie Bowlin and Miss Mattie Hill both of this place drove to and were married Tuesday and happiness The grade of the Madison county part of the Berea Wallaceton and Cartersville turnpike is fast nearing completion and is surely the for the best pike in this section of country We might also add that when compieted to Carters vine it will be of more benefit to the people of the southern part of Madi son and Garrard counties than any with which they have been blessed for years Wm Guinn and wife left last for a months visit with friends in Illinois Prof Baker Principal of Milroy High School in Pennsylvania is here months stay with homefolks Rev John G Fee of Berea the founder of Berea College drove over to spent the day with the family of J A Baker last Saturday Mr Fee is 85 years old and although able physic allr to make the drive is yet stronger in mind than in body The dread of people with weak lungs who suffer from Stubborn cough is consumption Foleys Honey and Tar if taken in time cures the cold heals and strengthens the lungs and always cures incipient Consumption im 1 evening tome Middleton citizenthe WolfordMrs- Dr relatives returned Orchard week Dr W Li till Sunday Simpson Lancaster Mrs Sallie of Ellwood N mother R Lancaster entertained a Lancaster people foundation en- terprIse Thursday J for a Walla eton ard Q C J E Stormes r alter Dunn J anywhere e r PREACHERSVJLLE Brown Cress sold 12 hogs to J L McCarlcy for 4ic James Rogers sold a nice combined mare last week for 65 Menifee Elmore bought a mare from Tine Payne for 28 J L Hutchins bought six calves from Frank Gross for 1350 J II Thompson bought some nice sheep and hogs in Rockcastle last week Rev B C Horton of Harriman preached two most excellent sermons at the Methodist church last Sunday Mr Mose Hutchins of county who has been here for days has returned home Sid has gone to Illinois to make it his future home The family of R Robinson leaves this week for Illinois a good and highly respected family we lose May prosperity attend J F Pettus is thought to be some bet ter though he is still in a very critical condition Will Fox of Danville is visiting at his brothers J C Fox for a few John Payne of Lebanon Junction and sister Mrs Land of Rowland are visiting their mother Payne this week nolds and wife of Bee Lick was visit ing their grandparents Mr Flem Cummins and wife Sunday Mks Birdie of Rowland has been visiting Mrs John Bingaman for a few days W II Cummins and were visiting at Crab Orchard Sunday Mr Flem Cummins and wife entertained last Sunday Smiley Walker and wife S L Anderson and wife J M Brown and wife Mrs Victo ria Anderson and daughter Miss Hal lie STUNS The threshing machine has been in our midst Mr Charles Thompson has been vc sickT Saunders sold to B Coy a bunch of fat hogs T L Sanders bought of John Dean four hogs at 4c per lb Rev J H Beazley of Flemmgsburg filled the pulpit at Scotts Fork last Saturday night and Sunday Lightning struck James Hesters house last Friday and damaged it ve ry much and some of the occupants were badly shocked Mrs Lucinda Preston has a bone felon on her thumb which is giving much did not have it and it bursted leaving a very ugly PlaceRev Beazley of Henry county will begin a protracted meeting at Scotts Fork on Wednesday night after the 2nd Sunday in this month Let come out and hear him he is an able preacher Mesdames Malinda Preston and Mollie East have been on the sick list Miss Mollie Turner of was called to the bedside of her son Joe who is very sick with fever at her aunts Mrs Mollie Fain Miss Ada daughter of Mr and Mrs George Preston after several months illness of consumption died at her home near here last Saturday night She had been a patient sufferer and bore her affliction easily She leaves a father mother and two sisters to mourn her loss who have the sympa thy of this remains were interred in Mt Hebron cemete ry last Sunday afternoon after servi ces at the grave Mr and Mrs Charles Philips Thomp son and little daughter Ruby visited Mr and Mrs Wm Browning of Wil more several days ago John Fain is at home from Salvisa where he has had a job for some time N B Coy and son Nay of Kirksville were on a fishing trip last week Mr Mrs C S Sanders visited rehtives at Hanley and attended the Street Fair at Uicholasyille last week Mr and Mrs C M Moberley and daughter Miss Myrtle accompanied by Leonard Tea ter Mr and Mrs Frank Folger and children and Mrs Eliza Moberley ited 0 P Stone and family of Nicho lasville and attended the Fair last week Mr and Mrs L M Crutchfield and children visited relatives at Wil more Saturday and Sunday Mr Hiram Ray and family of Buckeye George Raney of Judson and Hans ford Land spent Saturday at Lock No 8 L L Sanders visited his uncle John Sanders at Hiattsville night and Sunday Leslie Green is on the sick list Mrs Ellen Crane of Lexington is visiting relatives here Misses Beulah and Ivy Raney visited their aunt Mrs Lizzie Teater of Gunns Chapel Saturday and Sun day Miss Lon Land entertained a number of her friends at her home Sunday Sir and Mrs Robert Darien of Pink Jessamine county spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mr Hansford Land and family Does It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for roughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular Yes if possible if notpossible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat andlung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectora from gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Peccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes Hall them Mr da M rs N Roy daughter N painshe lanced everyone Lake- land communityher I Saturday climate only y C some b1r J Milton a xhr s rend is oat j GUNNS CHAPPEL Master Joe Turner is very sick with fever Mr Floyd Humphrey bought uhorse froth Wm Stotts for 50 Syd Masters moved from this to Madison county last week The infant of Mr and Mrs Floyd Humphrey is very sick at this Mr and Mrs James Jackson are happy over the arrival of a nine pound boy Rev Bevins delivered a very discourse at this place a very attentive audience Mr Raymond Davis attended at Salem Madison countySunday Messrs Forest Stapp and John Sewell attended court jffT Richmond Monday Mrs Lizzie Teater Saturday from a visit with vela fives in Jessamine county Quite a number from here attended the Fair at Nicholasville last week Miss Bessie Vanarsdalf of Louisville is spending the summer with relatives at Buckeye Miss Cora Long of Madison is the guest of Mr and Mrs Bob Long Mrs Wm Jones spent last week at Livingston Mr Wm Burton Jr of Lancaster spent with his parents near here Mr Mote Broaddus is the guest of his daughter Mrs Tilda Davis GGNERAfc The dove law is out and hunters the State are out slaughtering the birds Miss Laura Stanley a pretty sixteen yearold girl was killed by lightning in Grant county A Lieutenant and fifteen men were surrouaded by Filipinos and the entire party killed wounded or captured Mrs Jos Sotsky was badly burned She attempted to refill the tank of a gasoline stove while cooking and an explosion resulted At Sherman Grant county Ira Wade who wanted to kill his wife was tied to a post by the populace un til his angry passions had been sub dued Judge James G Carter of Mt Ver non died at Berea where he was vis iting the Masonic fraternity lie was made a Mason in 1850 and was a great worker for the order The new Louisville and Nashville passenger depot at Middlesboro which has been under course of construction for several months has been finished and opened to the public All saloon licenses expire on There are 874 applications or one saloon for every 234 inhabitants of Louisville If all are granted the Sinking Fund wfcl collect 131000 News comes of the first battle the Pekin relief column and the Chinese An engagement was fought at Peitsang a short distaece from Tien Tsin and the allies lost 200 killed and wounded but the enemy was driven back More fighting is before the column gets to the capital While the new King and Queen of Italy were en route from Reggio to Monza a welldressed man was discov ered in hiding in the Rome railway station with a revolver concealed on his person He was arrested and com promising letters are said to have been found upon him A shortage that may exceed 15000 has been discovered in the accounts of County Clerk Claude Chinn of Fay ettee county Of this amount 11000 is due the State and tne remainder is due the county The shortage dates back two years but about 8200 of it has acumulated in the iast six months A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief so discharged him I went over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if lie did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured For sale by all dealers 1m The darkest hour is always when you cant find the matches Its a wise acre that can get itself divided up into building lots His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened I wasso weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say much in its praise This marvellous med icine is the surest quickest cure in world for all Throat and Lung Trou ble Regular sizes 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed Ira very interesting Sunday- to returned Sunday o o o o 01010000111 oJ allover Monday between l expected u fug tQO vicinity writing preach- Ing N ONM NEWS ooo00000000oooooe is Swinebroad Son have GOO extra good native stock ewes fur sale They arc extra good ones The corn crop in the United States this year if nut injured by drouth will be the largest ever harvested It estimated at 2240770000 bushels There are now a number of tine cattle in the county but none been sold The owners say they arc worth good prices and are wisely holding out for it i The government is now great difficulty in finding horses for cavalry service Foreign powers are also buying in vine United States Top prices of cattle at live principal Western markets on August 1st were Chicago 600 Kansas City 560 Cmaha 550 St Louis 535 St 540 Tar water for cabbage worms is made by dissolving some tar in water Put in pail and let it remain Then sprinkle the cabbage plants Table salt has proved also to be useful The latest reports on the wheat crop of Great Britain are that the acreage is 2000000 and that the yield will be about 28 bushels to the acre which is somewhat less than an aver age yield of the English wheat crop A general purpose fowl is the one that lays lots of eggs matures early has a good sized carcass and dresses nicely when Milled There are several all round general purpose fowls but breeders differ as to which is the best Pacific Poultryman John R Gentry did not pace the fastest mile ever covered on a half mile track when he won the first from Joe Patchen at Lima 0 n 2041 that honor belongs to Joe Patchen 202 He did ho veveryain the race record for that kind of track dethroning Prince Alert whose half mile track race record is 206 Johnny Boyle recently sold 40000 lbs of his last years crop of tobacco at Jjc per Ib Will Watts burg bought of James L Smith Nit or Bogue and others number of cattle at 4c for October F W Bogie sold 20 head of cattle to Chas McKenna for 4c per Journal An International Corner D Wheipley in August Me Clures gives a somewhat startling icvclation of a proposition made not long ago by the Russian government to the United States whereby the two nations should control the wheat sup ply of the entire world and fix its at a uniform rate which should never fluctuate These details have never before been made public Hogs do not need as much exercise as some believe yet they do not want confinement in a small pen except du ring the last few weeks of finishing- for market A breeding boar can hardly hove too much exercise nei ther can the brood sow get too much Pigs which are growing for the mar ket should have only enough to keep them growing and A small pasture of a few acres will afford them all they need Considerable damage we are told been clone to the growing crops in many sections of Madison county by the swarms of June bugs which infest the fields this year says the Register We have been told by several of our older farmers the like has never been seen and in many instances the shuck leas actually been eaten from the young ears of corn The apple crop has also been much damaged by the ravages of these pests BOYLE NOTES M J bought 100 shoats from D N Prewitt and A G Whitley to follow cattle at 4ic delivered Good judges say this sec tion of Kentucky will have the corn crop in years One gentle man says he will get 4000 barrels from 350 acres els of wheat to the acre and it was so good that he has sold a great deal of it for seed D N Prewitt bought of John Yeager 50 stock hogs at 450 and from T Hunter a small bunchall barrows at 5 He also bought of lIce Henry ewes at 400 per Quevtloit Answered Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion of the liver stimulate the ner vous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by C C J E Stormes If the lion and the lamb ever lay down together in this country when the lion gets up the lamb will be miss in Extreme hot weather is a great tux upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a dose of Whites Cream Vermi fugeT Price 25 cents nies 1m Where Ignorance is bliss its folly to establish night schools The greatest skin specialist in erica originated the formular for Ban ner Salve For all skin diseases all cuts or sores and for piles its the most healing medicine C C J E Stormes 1m export have the Joseph overnight ofChiles feeding butcher lbJessamine eat by J price health has Faints biggest Sam Tuggle made 28 bush headAdvocate form C C J E Stat Am- a heat in liquid r a at j FLATWOODS Mrs Cottengim and daughter Miss Emma are visiting relatives in Lau rcl county Mrs Nag Parkes and Miss Susie Parkes visited at Flat wood last Wednesday Mrs George Miller is very sick at this writing Mrs Betsy Perrin spent several days Mrs Florence Cormenys last week Mr and Mrs Jas McCarley entertained Mr and Mrs John Route Mrs Martha Schooler Mrs W II Furl and doughter Miss Malissa Mr and Mrs J C Siler and Mrs Joseph Pettus last Thursday Mr Charles Napier spent last Sunday with his Wm ColdironMr Geo Elam has returned from Jvnox RESOLUTIONS OF Whereas our brother James Dillon has departed this life the following resolutions were adopted by Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias in token of the great respect and high esteem in which he was held by its members Resolved That we deeply feel and keenly realize the great loss which our order has suffered by his death but we entertain the profound belief that he has joined the great Knightly throng Where they are with golden crowns awaiting us Resolved That we point with pride to his faithful and efficient efforts in establishing the of our lodge and we commend his example to our brother Knights as one that may be studied and emulated with profit to themselves and honor to our order Resolved That we extend to his loved ones our truest sympathy and most sincere assurances of our regard and best wishes for their welfare ever ready to perform our duty in rendering them any in our power Resolved That these resolutions be spread on the record book of the lodge and a copy be sent the family of our deceased brother and a copy furnished the CKXTUAL RECOKD for publication LEWIS L WAIKEU G B SwjNEiutoAD Comtee J A BEALEV My baby was terrible sick with the diarrhoea says J H Doak of Will isms Oregon We were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and a last resort we tried Colic Cholera and diarrhoea I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and a complete cure For sale by all dealers The banister of life is full of spur tens and mankind slides down it with cjnsiderable rapidity What most people want is mild and gentle when in need of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by R E McRoberts and F P Frisbie 1m Cleanliness may be next to but it takes lots of advertising to sell soap nevertheless The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day and one tf the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep your bowels regular by taking a dose of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets when neccssa ry and you will never have that severe inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by R E McRot erts and F P Fi i bie ImQ Two heads are better than one if you are looking for an engagement in a dime museum Y B Conklin Bowersville 0 says I have received more benefit from Foleys Kidney Cure than from months of treatment by physicians Take no Substitute C C J E Stor mes 1m All things come to him who waits but it doesnt pay to hold your breath till it comes Mothers endorse it children like it ilk folks use it We refer to One Minute Cough Cure It will quickly cure all throat andlung trouble F P Frisbie 1m The milk of human kindness by some people tastes very strongly of the can Plump cheeks flushed with the soft glow of health and a pure complexion make all women beautiful imparts strength and vitality to the cheek Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Every dog has his day and every other dog thinks how much nicer it is than his day For mosquito bites bites or stings of insects animals or reptiles apply Bollards Snow Liniment It the poison in the wound subdues the inflammation and heals the flesh Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Birds in their little nests agree because it would be poor policy to fall out Piles are not only in and of them selves very painful and annoying but often greatly aggravate and even cause other grave and painful affectionsand should therefore not be neglected Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is a great boon to sufferers as it will cure them Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes Those who make hay while the sun shines are the most liable to get sun struck You will never find any other pils so prompt and so pleasant as DeWitts Little Early Risers F P Frisbie 1m To the victors belong the i rivilegi of fighting over the spoils Beat Way Tu Cure Backmho Backaches are caused by disorder in the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure will make the kidneys right Stormes 1m I uncle county success being Knightly kindness as Chamberlains R med something a physic godliness punishment dispensed counteracts C C J E 4 RESPECT C Herbs C 7 j jj A j A i 1 I s t Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand 3L o o is s x McROBERTS DRUG STORE GO TO STORMES DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate to 125 LILLARU STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of cu fine 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 LILLARD STOUT Lend Js Five jfoi Minutes of your time and drop in to see our new quartersand incidentally let us show you some 0 MidSummer Bargains we are offering in Clothing Straw Hats Shoes c IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GKCOBE Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH 1 Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY Heres no need to go to the i CCC 0761 thing c Big Pond 1900131415 16 17I8 i9oo J Az 4IiY 7 I e I 2 I 00 00 STORE S FOR Stationery reduced w z t i N 7000000J00i 00r0i000000ii0 0 t0t0W 0 lm iff Cfj K 0 01 Hz S J gJ W 0 fj IOW AIRi O PARIS EXPO August f w AT-e a c o lOOC4C 4 i RUGS 4 0 a a 1 Q D Q Qs any to Pear s 30000 live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races AttractionsTHE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 85 FIna Lads direct from Hungary In Daily Concerts 35 Free WEBNIZ FAULT CMEMBERS6AerVists IfS i I I IURSE tEtiuuu 30000s These celebrated families will give FREE of the grand stand PERFORMANCESeach THE DILLWORTH FAMILY SMEMBERSS Uirivakd Acrobats Will include the most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse r ment features the best and highest priced artists and the grandest aggre gatlon of Oriental and modern noverty features ever congregated under one management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT 3 Tf 2HANKLH Secretary LexintfK Ky Ssr xcorslan rates oq railroads See posters and small hand bill I zr JcrA I L 1 r heaz RCA IATz lI F alb r 1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1900 Mr N B Carpenter remains crit ically ill lodge M D Hughes is in Kirksville this week Maccabeeing Mr T L Broaddus has returned from Slate Lick Springs Miss Bettie Powell of Ilustonville is visiting Miss Mattie Thompson Mrs W S Miller of Knioxville is the guest of her sister Mrs J W Miller Miss Evelyn Hudson of Louisville has been visiting Mr Banks Hudson and wife Miss Rella Arnold and Mrs Letcher Owsley visited Nicholasville and at tended the fair Mrs Rosa Crow of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr Breathitt Brown and wife Mrs George Farris gave a dining Wednesday to Misses Sallie Tillett Mollie and Laura Smith Miss Lillie V West is spending several days with her sister MrsChas Denman in Nicholasville Dr Simpson Elkin and wife after spending a few days with relatives here have returned to Atlanta Mr C E Binnings wife and littc daughter Burdett of Jeaneretta La are visiting Mr A J Xemper and Dr TV N Bush has returned from the south and we arc pleased to note a considerable imropvement in his health Mr John Burdette and daughter Miss Jennie D left Monday to visit his son Mike Burdett of Bainbridge Indiana Geo Palmer Theo Curry Earl Paul Miller took gara Falls excursion last week They returned first of the week Mr II C Pointer and Mrs Minnie Harvey of Lancaster drove over to Stanford and were married at the St Asaph by Rev S M Ran kinLivingston Colonel Mrs John Ma gee left yesterday morning for where she will visit her sister MrsTA Gresham and her brothers Win and R G Ward Miss Allie Arnold has returnee from a pleasant visit to Nicholasville She has as her guests Miss Marietta Crow of Louisville Miss Gene Dick of Crab Orchard and Miss llemphill of Nicholasville Open fcr the Season Delightful The healthgiving qual ities of the waters need no introduction to the public They are known First Glass Accommodations Excellent Fare Write For Our Circulars i Gus Hofmann Pro CRAB ORCHARD KY S r B O O1ioo oo 0 00000000000000 0 family Farra and in the Nia rn rn rn mr i r gp IlM rilis rn 1ffijjfv I r R OUT 00 0 ooo p Lancaster y r- tly I7IBOIIIID ti 04444404444444Cool 44444444444444 44444444444444 IA r n Mr JM Logan was in the city this week on business Mr Louis Burnside who Is sick of fever is very much better Miss Beazley of Stanford is the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr Clay Sutton gave a charming tea Friday evening to a few friends R son Charley took in the Cincinnati excursion Sunday Miss Georgia West of Harrodsburg is visiting her friend Miss Katie Simpson Four girls were caught by the while bathing atOcean City and drowned Col George T Mason of Chicagois visiting his mother and brother AV B MasonMiss Mcrritt is the guest this week of her friend Miss Vanpelt in DanvilleMiss Bryan of Louisville will visit Misses Fannie and Bettie West this week Dr J W Grant and wife have from several days visit to Crab Orchard relatives Mr Robert Hughes and wife of Louisville are spending the month with relatives in this city Lexington Herald Miss Alice Wal ker of Lancaster will be the guest of friends here during the fair Mr and Mrs Alex West visited their daughter in Xicholasvillc last week and took in the Fair Little Miss Josephine Payton of Stanford week with her grandmother Mrs Alex Robinson Herbert Rommel Jim Smith Robt Dillehay and Booth Thompson went on the excursion to Cincinnati Miss Laura Smith Mrs Louis Lan dram and Miss Bessie Marksbury today to spend a week at Crab Orchard SpringsMisses Allie and Bettie Anderson gave a cinch party Thursday evening in honor of Mrs Win Marrs of Knox vilie Term Miss Elsie Zimmer returned home from Richmond whore she had been visiting friends She was accompan ied home by little Miss Marie Shilling Editor Walton is enjoying a visit sister in Virginia and spending a time at some of the states famous summer resorts Ills wife and chil deed are with him Many Lancaster friends will be glad to hear of the great improvement in Miss Kate Walkers health She is at W G Dunlaps in Lexington and had quite a severe spell of illness Mesdames T A and W T Wool folk returned to their homes in Lex ington last week after a several weeks stay with Garrard friends and rela rives MisssNellie Bourne and Mamie Ballard accompanied them Bob Hughes of the Louisville is certainly enjoying his this city Bob is city editor and duty about fourteen hours a day This is toomuch for one man but holding it down like a thumbscrew and looks none the worse for wear Stanford Journal W A Carson continues ill Messrs W II and A T Traylor went to Cincinnati this morning Samuel W Menefee is back from his delightful trip abroad lie was not so well pleased with the Paris expositson but liked the looks of the Paris girls fine Col Newton McCann of Marshall Ill is here visiting his old comrade Mr Silas Ashley They were mess states in the pith Indiana regiment He is president of the Veteran of the 19th congressional dis trict of Indiana and is widely known among the old soldiers Lexington Herald Captain Lucien Young United States navy captain of the port and commandant of the navy yarn at Havana arrived in the city Monday morning He came from Washington to join his wife at the home of his brother Dr F O Young of South Limestone street y I Zimmner and undertow returned is lea e Commercial Association Sunday this resin on his t s e W II Bush of St Louis is visiting his parents in this city Miss Ann Hill is visiting her cousin Miss Daisy Collier in Danvrlle Mrs Robt Walker of Perryville is the guest or Mrs E W Arnold Walter Ham mack now a fullflcdg ed drummer was at home Sunday Mrs Nannie Arnold is at her residence on Danville street Prof J II Patterson will conduct the Boyle County Teachers Institute next week Miss Xannie Gaines is enjoying a Visit to Lexington friends and the fair Misses Grace Kinnaird and Helen Gill have returned from a trip to Lake Chatauqua Mrs Fuller and Miss Lillie Dale Grant attended the Ilustonville fair the past week Mrs M A Hollins and Mr C E Bin nings of La visited Mrs Ophelia Dunn Tuesday Geo Harris is running the Western Union ollice during time absence of Hamilton Mrs R C Tankersley and s n Eugene of Silver Creek are visiting at Mr J W Pumphreys- Mr and Mrs Price Hudson of Lou isville were visiting their cousin Mrs A J Kemper this week Lancaster young folks are flocking to the Danville Fair today maid great throng will attend tomorrow Mrs George Lusk will leave next week for Crab Orchard to join who is in business at that place Mr E was here this week and gave Till RKCOUD a nice order for printing connected with the water works Miss Mary Walsh who was the visitor of Miss Martha Elkin re turned to her home in Nicholasville Mr and Mrs Wm Lear and two little daughters mime visiting her sis ter Mrs James A Dudderar at Dud derars mill Judge W E Walker is again confined to his bed by illness He has been on duty at the Pilgrimage distillery but was compelled to lay oil several days ago Miss Sue Layton a Cincinnati and Miss Mollie Noel a handsome young lady of Danville are visiting Miss Marguaret Noel at Mr J M Hyatts this week Richmond Register Mrs J E Grecnleaf and daughter Mss Van were at Dripping Springs last week Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Cftcy Adams We received a letter from Mr J E Stormes dated at Toronto saying he and his better half were having a most enjoyable trip and would return home this week We would like to publish the letter but he swore vengance against our doing such a thing The Queen Crescent and C IT D railroads believing that all devils were entitled to their dues issued transportation to Frank Pumphreyof this oilice to Niagara Falls and He will leave as soon as the press runs out the last paper in this edition and make a bee line to Dan vine His baggage consists of a pair of dice a 22calibre pistol and a lunch We hope to announce his safe return in next issue o Wight To Uellness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be must keep If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes velvety skin rich complexion goodlooking charming woman of a run down invalid Only 50 cents at McRoberts drug store lm a l r dangerously- ill attending operator Moritz lovely return attractive health wretched regulate smooth will snake her husband P Monday beauty C het It Hay Press I will rnn my hay press again this season Have your hay baled now before bad weather sets in Call on or address S II Estes Lancaster 725 Curd or Thanks We take this method of thanking the kind friends who were so attentive to us during our great bereavement May heavens richest blessings be up on you Sincerely MRS JAS DILLON AND DAUGHTER For Sale Stock of Goods I have a good clean stock of goods of about 2000 and the best stand in the county to sell goods 1 will sell my stock and the store room can be rented reasonably This is one of the best openings for a man to sell goods that I know of It is five miles from the nearest store and H miles to the nearest town Will sell or exchange for a good farm Call or address Mrs K M Scott Beuna Vista Kyaug 25t Cincinnati Kxciimioii Queen and Crescent Route special train service and low rates Sunday August 12th Championship Ball Game Reds vs New Yorks Fire works at the Zoo Second Regularies at Ft Thomas for service in China Grand Opera at Chester Park and full line of amusements at the Lagoon and Coney Island For further particulars call on agents Have ITpToDute Show No one has yet taken the Opera House It is hoped a good renter will be found one that will bring upto date attractions Mr Fissinger had booked some of the best on the road among the lot being Al G Fields Dig minstrels and many other of the leading people Let the renter bring a good troupe about every ten days and shut out the barnstormers What the public wants in these days of 1100 is warm numbers and plenty of them The biggest crowds attend such shows and the actors would not give that kind if thejjeople didnt patronize them G A It Chicano The 14th Annual Encampment at Chicago August 27th to promis es to be the greatest G A R ever witnessed Chicago for a full week of festivities parades illuminations lire works na val battles speeches and amusements Low rates via the Queen Ciescent Route from all points South Superb train service Free Chair Cars Obser vaton Parlor and Cafe Cars Through Pullman service to Cincinnati and Louisville makes direct connection with all lines to Chicago Ilinearson GP A Cincinnati O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Another Excursion to Old Point Com fort Yiralnla On Tuesday August 14th the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run another to Old Point Comfort ing Lexiugton by speciul train at four p m reaching Old Point the next afternoon in time for a dip in the sea Tickets will be sold at 1300 for round trip from Lexington Winches ter and Mt Sterling good returning twelve days from date of sale Send in your names for sleeper reservation Geo W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky Black ITIoiiiitalliK N C The Famous Montieat Bible Confer ence Black Mountain is the Land of Sky 16 miles east of AshvilleThe Bible Conference this year takes place August 12th to 2Gth Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route on sale from all points at one fare for the daily from August UHi to Aug 13 The Queen Crescent is the only line operating through Pullman service to Ashville flOm the Ohio river Leave Cincinnati 800 p m daily arrive Asheville next day at 100 p m Write for printed matter W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Q i tr preparing ticket list meeting arranged C Lea early round- trip o oaac4oooeoaootaaoaooooo00 ORt FOCMooo- do00oooooooo64cooooo00 0 Regiment has C IV C o clock C To Colorado Low Rates from points in Kentucky via the Queen Crescent Route and connecting lines August 7th and Aug 21st to points in Colorado Utah and Dakota Good until October 31st to return Ask ticket agents for W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 Laut Excursion to All antic City On Thursday August 16th theChes apeake and Ohio Railway will run its annual Excursion to Atlantic City and Cape May Tickets will be sold for both morning and evening trains for 14 for round trip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling good until Aug 27th Through sleepers for Atlantic City will leave Lexington on the F FV Limited at 1120 a m reaching Atlantic City next afternoon Sleepers to Washing ton only on night train Atlantic City is the most popular Seaside re sort and a visit there is nevertobe forgotten Send in your names for sleeping car reservation or any infor mation you desire George W Div Pass Agent Lexington 2t TIRE GREAT NORTHWEST Progress IK the motto and Each City Strives to Outdo the In UpToDate Methods After one of the most delightful trips that ever fell to the lot of mor tal man to take I landed back in Lan caster Wednesday night of last week tired and sleepy but feeling that I had witnessed sights that few men have a chance to enjoy and receives treatment tit for kings The business meeting at Louisville was mentioned by the editor but I want to take space to say that we will never forget the kindnesses shown us in that city by Hirsch Bros W B Belknap Fountain Ferry Park Fifth Avenue and Louisville Hotels and the Louis ville Paper Co Tuesday night we left Louisville the splendid Mo non Route for Chicago We are under special obligations to the passenger agent Col E II Bacon for many favors shown on the trip over this excellent road Arriving at Chicago for breakfast we were soon transferred to the C N W R R and were whirled over it toward the great Northwest at a mileaminute clip We are under obligations to the parties which we desire to mention especially at Milwatikeelhe Press Club Geo B Yennowine and J R Kathrens adv manager of the great Pabst Brewery At Minneapo lis we were royally entertained by the Elks Club Mr Alex Mullen and Man tiger Field of Lake Harriet Park Our visit to St Paul was made very pleas ant by the assistance of DIrT BLynch of the Great Northern Ry Sect Jno McCabe of the West Superior Com mercial Club did us many favors and at Duluth Mr Beriah Magoilin was equally as courteous One of the most enjoyable features of the trip was the visit to Chicago on the re turn trip We were taken jn hand by Colonel Banhart of the well known type house of Barnhart Bros Spindler who gave the entire party a tallyho ride about the city visiting the various parks and points of inter est The railroads mentioned above are the best over which 1 have ever trav eled and certainly speak volumes of praise for the uptodate hustle and push of the citizens of that wonderful country The press boys are under many obligations to Secretary Bob Morningstar for his untiring efforts in our behalf All the women and some of the men fell in love with president Bob Brown who is one of the best fel lows and most accomplished gentle men we ever had the pleasure of being with Its safe to say that he and Morningstar will have a fine trip made out for next year There were many pretty girls on the trip but they soon sized me up as a confirmed old bachel or and saw that I was afraid to get within ten feet of a woman I regret that limited space will not permit an extended notice of the trip but will have to come to a close by saying that party ever had a more delight ful trip or were more royally treated than were we by the good people of the great Northwest J M FAURA T 16 particulars returning Barney er following no Others gentlemanly Our For whooping Cough Both my children were taken with whooping cough writes E Dut ton of Danville Ills A small bottle of Foleys Honey and Till gave such re lief thrt I used a f0 cent bottlewhich saved me a doctors bill Nothing else so good C C J E Stormes 1m Fools rush in where angels wouldnt care to be caught by the police Millions will be spent in politics this year We cant keep the cam paign going without money any more than we can keep the body vigorous without food Dyspeptics used to starve themselves Now Kodol Dys pepsia Cure digests what you can eat and allows you to eat all the good food you want It radically cures stomach troubles F P 1m Men may come and men may gobut the gas meter goes on forever For digestive weakness nervousness pains in the side flatulence dizziness wakefulness headache and other an noying accompaniments of costiveness Herbine is a prompt and unequalled remedy Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Constancy may be a jewel but the pawnbroker doesnt recognize it Constipation impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most com mon ailments that are responsible for that tired listless faggedout feeling that makes the summer a dreaded period to so many people Herbine will cure constipation it improves the digestion and arouses the liver to nor mal activity Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes lm The way of the transgressor as a general rule is to plead not guilty 1 I Irs 0 I risbie C f Ill C HANDSOME OLD PKOPLE owe much of their good looks to den tistry Our ARTIFICIAL TEETH are SO perfect in appearance and use that the loss of the natural teeth is not felt We make SETS OF TEETH from 500 up and guarantee all to be quality at equal prices Fillings at reasonable prices with out pain Satisfactory results in every case SPECIAL To all patients of Garrard this card and come before Sept 1 WOO and have 500 worth of work done I will pay Rail Road fare both ways Teeth extracted 25 cts best amalgum fills wets gold fills solil gold teeth 550 Refrence Richmond National Rank DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Oflice next door to Government Build big in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Oflice open all night Good Property for Sale House and 10Acre Lot Situated Iu Buena Vista Gnrranl county House contains scven roosts in good repair Neverfailing water ice house and all neces sary outbuildings STOREHOUSE and barn on lot Good stand for anyone wish ing to go Into the merchandise business If not sold privately before middle of September will sell at public auction as I will move a way at that time firms reasonable Win Christopher 82 t liuena VlataKy For Sale Privately Thirty acres mor e or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in Garrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A It or X Denny Point Leavell or with me at Itich inond W K superior 150 HOOD Jus DEN Y 28 alto cutout outbuildings june tf KINDS OF REPAIRING Done on short notice new foreman J is in charge of our shop and guarantee all work be firstclass J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store A Word those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me Another Word To those wanting Big Bargains I am selling a I I Spring and Sum mer goods at cost Come get some of these bargains SallIe D Tillett R KINNAIRD INSURANCE BepreseniiiMlowiiiiCfliiipaiiies Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticiit Gorman American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantilo O l ANIZED 1888 c fALL i i I GUTTERING I i lOur i I weti f I i I I I 1 etna LIfe Ins Go oHartfordJGonn oeooeeow oaaoeaooa aeaeaoo aea r Is1 oooodooaooooboooaooooogooooo o i- To 1z IiITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Or LANCASTER FT Capital 5OOOO Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED lareful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed I M HiaaiNBOTHAM Preslden LEwIs Y LKAVKLL TlcePreaidem B F HUDSON CashIer Y O RIONEY Assistant Caahr WALKHB Bookkeepet THAV LEWIS Y B F HUDSON JJVALXKf 10000 U D DIRECTORS I M LEA VLL- r X ARNOLD For The Next Thirty Days t We Will Give a Glass of Our Delicious Ice Cream Soda With Every Cash Purchase of 1 FRISBIES PHARMACY ffiJgIjMf fJlJl fJfJf Y fffJf1fftJi1 X l 11- 1 II ill I j i4 r i rr 1 ri ISI 41 1 ii 1Fvr1 rS r L rc 1 rIll r 44a D4 4 D4 4 4 4 4 4D4 40 t afl I1- A 1 T t k x ie IS NOT Time was wnen Cancer was considered as incurable as leprosy r JvM ImmMr MBm mmMPhysicians and friends could give little relief or encouragement to one with this terrible disease Even now know of no for this fearful malady while admitting it to fc a blood disease they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation and you to have cut but at the same cannot assure you that it will not return You cut or draw out the sore but another will come in its for the disease is in the blood is deepseated and destructive and beyond the reach of the surgeons knife or caustic plasters The blood must be purified and strengthened the system relieved of all poisonous effete matter before the Cancer sore heal S S S is the medicine that can overcome this powerful poison and force it out of the blood Itbuilds and invigorates the old and supplies new blood S S S is a vegetable remedy no mineral can be found in it the roots and herbs which it is made contain powerful purifying act directly upon the blood system and make a safe and permanent cure of Cancer It has cured why not you Cancer is not always inherited your family may be free from any taint yet your blood may become so that a severe mayImpureor hurt a little on the eyelid lip or nose a small on the jaw or breast a harmless looking wart or mole and other causes so insignificant as to attract little or no attention If you have an obstinate sore upon salves or ointments to cure begin with S S S at once it will cleanse your blood and prevent the formation of cancerous cells Mrs R Shirer l a Plata Mo writes A small pimple came on jaw about one inch below the ear on the left side of my face At first it gave me no trouble and I did not think it was anything serious until the jaw began to swell and became much At the same time the sore to spread and eat into the and gave me intense pain I tried everything I could hear of hut nothing me any rood I then l cgan the use of S S S and after bottles the Cancer healed and there li now no sign of the disease This was two years ago and I am still enjoying perfect health Send for our special book on Cancer it contains much information that will interest you it is free Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA CANCER lilt outs andcontaminating polluted reI SSSsh theyhaveert 41ic AMERICAN INVADERS land Splendid Pauper the Intruhlonu of Our Wealthy Citizen Tlich Americans who have identified lliwuselves with fashionable English life are present the victims of sharp words of criticism iu London while iu our own country the new element which prizes the possession of much money rather than the quality of per MMial distinction is the class which is now the target for caustic remarks and anonymous letters to the press Iu the many letters und articles contributed to the discussion in the London daily and weekly journals the names of the American women who have married Englishmen are men tioned only in the most pleasant man her The millionaire invasion as one paper puts it however is bitterly re sented That paper quotes Lady War wicks remark Ve arc not a rich aristocracy We are many of us dead ly poor little better than splendid paupers and asks Arc these splen did paupers long owners of rural Eng land anti worthy sustuincrs of the of a noble race giving way 1o American manufacturers to South African speculators to Gcrman mer chant princes Our old aristocracy absorbed the Itotlischilds and Bey tincks of previous generations and jnulo them part of itself The new millionaires threaten to absorb it Trom Skibo castle near Dornoch firth down to Torres by Cowes the cosmo politans of capital mire of the fairest spots of our land This is a slap at William Waldorf Astor Andrew Carnegie Anthony T Drexel Bradley Martin lames It Kcene and ninny other Americans of wealth These millionaire invaders are so enormously rich continues the London paper that they are inditter estates At least one of them Mr has an income of 5000000 a year secured in ground rents and railway bonds When he wanted Cliveden he could afford to bid high enough to tempt the multimillionaire duke of Westminster The 1000000 he is said to have paid for that estate represent ed only about a fifth of his yearly profits Mr Carnegies income equals that of Mr Astor Half a dozen of the invaders count their yearly gains at from 1000000 to 2500000 The men who make 1000 a day are a host It must be an ex traordinary English estate which can not now be rented for from 10000 to 15000 a year The npke p of such a place wilt cost from 30000 to 10000 a year more Even the poorest million mire the man who is not making more than 250000 a year can afford this Meanwhile in at least one case time man with a family history of 800 years behind him has to bury himself in a 300 a year semidetached villa in sonic quiet town near London The rent of his old mansion goes to satisfy mort gages leaving him perhaps 2500 a year for himself This is no fancy SLEEPING ON THE MARCH Strange Experience of a Transport Planter While Itidlue a Camel Some philosopher has said that a man with a strong mind can sleep or leep awake at will Perhaps that never tried forced marching in a tropical country says Youths Com panion Owen S Watkins who was in the last Soudan campaign with Gen Kitchener tells of seeing an adjutant and a senior major riding side by side on long marches so that if they fell asleep they could lean on each other and not fall from their horses Mr Wat kins repeats some queer stor ies that were told him without saying that they are true But if truth is stranger than fiction one of them at least is strange enough to be true It is about a transport master who rode in the rear of his train of cam els He had been very busy and had slept little for a week The day was hot and for comfort he had removed his helmet and belt Then he fell asleep Pretty soon the jotting of his camel unseated him and he rolled to the soft ground unhurt In fact he was not even awakened When at last he did awake the caravan was out of sight and he could not tell how long he had been sleeping There he was the master of that column of transport camels alone in the desert unarmed and with not even a covering for his head As nothing was to be gained by where he was he started to follow the trail and had hurried along for some time before he noticed by the fast Kitting sun that he had started back Instead of ahead on the trail of the camels He soon turned and a camel and driver soon met him They had been sent back from the cara van not to for him strangely enough but to look for some article that had been lost bj the way A City of Waters Bangkok is a city of waters It is an IndoChinese Venice More people live in floating homes on the Menam the Nile of Siam and the mny canals than in permanent buildings If Y Journal En Resent at I rulit ions seizing some tnt to time prices for great Astor picture philosopher scare fancy asked staying fortunately FAT MEN OF OLD What They Did to Redone Their Weight Seventeen Ceo tunes Ago We know from ancient history that some of the greatest men of the old world were fat but it is news to hear that they were troubled in their minds on that account Banting is generally supposed to be an invention of the present century but that this is not Galen on the foods best adapted for preventing or reducing obesity which has now been edited for the first time in the original Greek by a German scholar says the London Globe supplied by a writer in the Lancet we learn that the treatise in question which was written somewhere in the second century A was discovered in 1S10 and purchased by the libliothcquc Xationale The manuscript was fre quently referred to by ancient and there seems no reason to doubt that it is really the work of the famous physician Be that as it may it is noteworthy that the is a scientific anticipation of the banting system which became about time middle of this century Gatcn deprecates the use of drugs and says that the proper way to reduce fat is by dieting lie recommends eat ing leeks onions mustard and among green herbs and fishes which haunt rocks timid birds frequenting mountains saying that aquatic birds are fatproducers One of his most curious hints is that veg etables which have been preserved in vinegar or brine are food for the fat and herein he anticipates the mixed pickles which are considered on the continent to be a purely English invention Some of his recommenda read very comically nowadays but all of them are full of common sense and itseems extraordinary that so much knowledge should be lost to the world for so years There is nothing new under the sun not even the present craze for a slim and Galens treatise shows us that after all people of 1700 years ago were men of like passions with ourselves ChlncNe Windowa A Chinese window is a quaint for obscuring the tight of day It is an intricate pattern of woodwork in straight lines with pieces of glass stuck on the surface and filled up with strong yellowish paper Its principal use is in scaling up an apartment against any inrush of fresh air ventilation Philadelphia Ledger and Wrong The man who says you are always wrong may be mistaken but time man who says you are always right is a liar Chicago Daily News SpenkliiKT of Footwear The nobbiest thing in shoes is a bun ion Chicajro Daily News Why Dont You KaU- No appetite you say Stomach feels bad Well take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and you can eat any thing McRoberts drug store 1m The wolf in the fable put on sheeps clothing because if he traveled on his own reputation he couldnt accomplish his purpose Counterfeiters of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve couldnt sell their worthless salves on their merits so they put them in boxes and wrappers like DeWitts Look out for them Take only DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salve It cures piles and all skin diseases F P Frisbie 1m Priority Always try to keep yourself well to the front said Senator Sorghum to time young man who was studying pol iticsYou mean I must be among the first to advance new ideas and promote re formsXotexactly Butyoumustbe among the first to claim credit when the trick is done and everybody is applauding Washington Post Preferred to Have Her Talk They were exchanging reminiscences of a evening And what did your wife say when you got home asked one Nothing answered time other Nothing Yell you were in luck Oh I dont know Id rather dodge words than some other things Chi cago Post Just a AVaj He II When the pesky fly So artful and sly Doesnt care any longer to flutter lie buzzes around With mournful sound And buries himself In the butter Chicago Daily yovf Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sick ness of the stomach says O P M Holiday of Deming Ind His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once Sold by all dealers time case is shown time treatise 1rom1I1 interest inglecoullt D authors popular nasturtiums man figure subterfuge by normal Right r by by treatise I Ida i sdojs oqs ojatvv japtio sfupsanqj3- UIOl u SCUS 11 UptlUJJ M10UM O KtlOfJUO KUVV tpjudsiQ puonnpiji 4j3Cn nij Cud oj puq aq aiivv tyro uad aii A ud O fyuo nui j asnuang paH fc OB aq pun pojoiAiioa aiov uoC uaqvv ano a im IIOA op AVOJT JI jo sou oitl U I Itiftinarcks Iron Serve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success 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authorized to announce Hon George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth Its triet JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to PUBLIC SALE Saturday Aug 18 I will sell to time highest and best the folloxvicg property towit lhend of horses 2 iuilch cows 10 head of hogs a twohorse wnjjou und harness a and harness 100 gallons of apple vinegar 20 bush els Irish potatoes corn some second class sheaf oats and bees all kind of farming Aesta organ and house Hold and kitchen furniture Half mile from Lancaster on KIcbmond street better known as toll gate house Terms made known on day of sale Sate bcgiug at ten oclock 2t Lancaster Ky ONLY j Less than a cent a day J TilE HORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky The Great Newspaper of the Blue Grass The Most Ably Edited Pa aper in the Soith J From Till December 1 Send Your Name and Your Money NOW ONLY F viaC I Rnrrv JAS I wu ITA KER ONt UOWkL2 I J Now 1 I i U I I G B SWlffiROAI ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Heal Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Mauuiuctured hy J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting wMi great success in curing Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Greasy Heel Big Jaw Html and Soft Enlarge Distemper Etc For smile by R K Mc Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky anti Fish Co Paint Lick Ky S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain w th Vitalized Air Office in t Buildlntr Dauville street oppo Ite Presbyterian church men hi t W fiRthe CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time in efct July 15 1000 STATIONS Lrfxnilaville SllOiim LexlRton Winchester 11 MtSturlhig IJ Philadelphia lOlfi rjlUn COOp- iil20u m 8 57 ISimj 8 STATIONS LvNew York OOain i 5 00 i Philadelphia 7ipL 2 15pm 11 Wpm 7 ISnin 1 Wpm TiOnni i 12pm Winchester 7 7ain i ni f uin 4 pm ArLexiiigton S lauv 5 Wpm 700un s pm ArLouidvIllf iU un 800pm Through Trains run to nn l Sew York DAILY Other trains run daily except Sunday For tie car re or write or telephone UEOWliA UN KYi rA- LKYINGTON KY Queen fc Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLZ NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 aIlNumher 6 Daily Stop IrSJpm Number 4 Daily Flag 356 um Number dont stop 3 rSGpm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops when tinged lllCam 5 Daily ll12am Number Dailv except Sunday 753 pm NumberS Midnight Hag pm LOCAL TIME TABLES Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 AM Xorthbnd Mixed 335 PM Northbud Passgr 252 A M South bnd 12 3 AM IA UT ZASE3 I S Opm Ham 110 JjlmI I Opm In m V7SS c I 10 tlnm St 1 t from I I ILl II Skin Ihmmm J thimum ArVmmslmtmmgtoii h54 2 I t I3mI Summer Excursions iaiiiaw 8I1 The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk Lines G R I Big 4 Route C II IX C C and Erie railways handling through traffic expeditiously to all summer resorts of the North Special Low Excursion Rates I Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen I Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting plans on f Mountain Lake and Seashore L A New Ticket to iVEackmac You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that xvil take you to Chicago thence by the pahitiai steamcr Manitou to Mackinac x via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II D Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered e The famous resorts of the South are also open now The sea son at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and Rhea g Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known 9 Queen Crescent trains arc palaces of travel Through Pullman daily from all southern cities Parlor and ears from Chattanooga and 5Attaint on day trains Free reclining chairs from ChattunooKa on night trains Fast 2schedules perfect track smoke no dust no cinders Send for free information us to summer resorts and Queen iCrescent service to O L S Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Teun or call upon your ticket agent W J MURPHY General Manager W C RINEARSON Genl Passenger Agent ICINCINNATI i I I linesPennsylvania I II tf c e f Cj Ie el3 a returning S I will stand my BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike HEREFORD A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE PtLEffllHi CURE A 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 Main Street ST LOUIS Mil VALUABLE to be sold at Executors sale on WEIDNESTDAY AUGUST 15 Us 19OO to the highest and best bidder egius at I iu front of the Court House in Stanford Kentucky Nol A fine blue grass farm of 260 acres 3 12 miles West of Stanford on the Ifustonville Pike in a high state Jiaving u good dwelling a No 1 barn line orchard fencing first class und well watered 52 acres now corn balance in grass No 2 Fine blue grass pasture of 40 acres iu Cue Suburbs of Stanford No Brick store room and varehousefronting on Main 28 feet and extending South on Lancaster street 220 feet Best businessproperty In Stanford No 4 Old church lot frontingon Depot street C6 feet and extending back 160 feet with out et to Mill street as a No5 The Monroe Smith tract of Knob land on Green River near Jumbo of 100 acres valuable for timber mind minerals No C About 300 acres of Knob land on the headwaters of Green River near Halls Gap all in Torcst Purchasers will have Ivaleged on farm lands at once and full oi ill property on the first day of January 1901 Terms One third cash one third in one year and baance in two years with interest at i per cent annum from date till paid and retained to secure unpaid notes s Parties desiring to look at the before day of sale will be shown same by the execu ors or by T M Goodnight in Stanford W H MURPHY Executors J 8 JS MURPHY Murphy deed F BALLARD DRUG STORE REAL ESTATE Sale p mu abut suiLEs Now S Lancaster Lode No 104 Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master LETCHEROWSLEYATTORNEY FIRSTCLASS FIRE AND JLIFE INSURANCE W McC JOHN3TO JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at LANCASTER KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and recon structing the digestive It is the latest digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea imperfectdigestionPrepared F P Frisbie L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LAN CASTE ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and M neral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIEJJS KENTUCKY t- Lai Saveryor and Apnt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis I FAM is LaW f1 Kodol Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand KY eases organs FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50 and SJOO eminent Bur1on FEED STABLE LA CASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON SALE I493 TH NATIONAL BAN CAPITAL 5100000 OF SURPLUS JlO OOOOO 1 4 LANCASTER A RDEMKT President E STORMKS Vice President S C DENNY Cashier KY y JNO i F ROBINSON JK Asst Cashr i LIVERY R T EMBRTT Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno X Scormes HKinnalrd I D Cochran W 5 PARKERSHAIR and the hair lromote a luxuriant Never to Restore Crayto itsJlan mff and hair faUtDg tcJeand tWat DnlV tL lilt P bgijj Rair