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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I YEAR Entered at the pot Office in Lancaster r y at Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY 16 1900 WE DOLLAR A YEAR r f I EL UNTil NUMB n 19 AuGUST L 4 hg 4 CLEARANCE A Big Saving to Consumers on Every Bill Boughtof After all at every turn in the road of life there is scarcely any thing so fascinating price Price has almost all to do with everything That is why we make it such a strong feature in the conductor our busi ness That is why it is considered here first last the time If we didnt make fascinating prices we wouldnt do the im mense volume of we now enjoy and if we didnt to beat all other houses in this section rightthrough our lines we wouldnt have so many new customers from a distance to come to see us To those who have not yet traded with us we would say it isnt a matter of life and death to make an ex periment You skeptical about our grand stock and bar gains you may ba slow to change from one house to another yet you also may like to increase your fngs and therebymake money Come to see us and we will show you what the saving amounts to on Dry Shoes Clothing Furnishing Goods and Hats LOGAN GOMPAHY BIG SALE and all business f It THE DRY GOODS l continue maybe saw Goods t f 4 4 It S J ANCAST6R AND VICINITY1 0000001 L AAAAAAAA A A 1 eee oeeeeoo o aeeeeeeeeeooeeoeeoeeooeeoeeeeeeoeeueeeweoe I Visit Joe INicklass shaving parlor Wanted a car loS dof M bones IT N UOKTIICOTT One of the night trains crippled a line steer for Thos Walker Sunday night and it had to be killed We are here t stay and cannot to do work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber Its true the weather is hot but we are uttering some bargains that are making it hotter than the weather for competitors Come and see Joseph To Town T ixl ayer The City needs its taxes 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 PKAKCK Collector Itro Barnes Joins Church The Stanford Journal says Mrc Welch has received a letter from Rev I George O Barnes stating that he and his wife celebrates July 30th the of their marriage by join ning Bowies Zion Christian Catholic Church As I have entered other business and needed money I have sold to G U Swinebroad a number of grocery accounts I held My books had to be closed business wound up so I trust no one will take oirente at my action x tf G S hines Teachers Institute The Teachers Institute is in session at the Court House this week and a great many of the wieldcrs of the peachtree are in attendance Prof Cherry of Bowling Green is the institute andthe teachers are delighted with him Tug RKCOKD will give a full report of the meeting in next issue Circuit Court JTIomliiy The August term of the Garrard circuit court begins a three weeks ses sion Monday Clerk Hamilton gives us the following Commonwealth cases 5 old same 12 old common law 13 common law appearances 32 old equity cases 53 equity appearan ces 15 It is thought that not more than two weeks time will be consum ed in clearing the dockets An Interesting unusually interesting revival is being conducted at the Christian church by Elder Robertson of Illi nois The house is well tilled at each service and several have united with the church Elder Robertson is an exceptionally good preacher and is doing splendid worl church The music is quite a feature of the meetings For Sale Stock I have a good clean stock of goods of about 62000 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 a man to sell goods that 1 know of It is live miles from the nearest store and 14 miles to the nearest town Will sell or exchange for a good farm Call or address Mrs jK M Scott Henna Vista Ky aug 25t G A 1C Chicago The Annual Encampment at Chicago August 27th to 31st prom is es to be the greatest G A R ever witnessed Chicago has ar ranged for a full week of festivities parades illuminations tire works na val battles speeches and amusements Low rates vii the Queen descent Route from all points South Superb train service Free Chair Cars Obser vation Parlor and Cafe Cars Through Pullman service to Cincinnati and Louisville makes direct connection with all lines to Chicago W C Rinoarson GPA Cincinnati O L Mitchell DP A Chattanooga He That NKW Alan ExLandlord Fissinger who was booked for a return engagement in Lancaster failed to show up Fissin gers sojourn in Lancaster was only mother of the thousand similar cases of our peoples ungovernable desire to take up every carpetbagger that along and feed him on the fat of the land The stranger is wined and dined while home people can feed on the husks THE RECORD very much to speak of this but we are glad to say it isabout the only shortcoming of which Lancaster can be accused When we learn to pull together and stand up for home men who are enterprising and quit pricking up our ears when we see that NEW man come along then we will have a town second to none in the state The right sort of strangers who present proper credentials should be given the glad hand but to hades with this taking off hats to every yahoo thatcomes in to show to run the town In which we were born and raised YYVV VVVVYv afford poor j ind anniversary outstanding and he conducting thc of 14th meeting dislikes people us how I I Iron an ticvi al- An in Goods openings for C comes r n i t Visit Joe iNiklass shaving parlor New buggy tops at a bargain W J Roots Several electrical storms have this section this week The Public Square is ornamented in many places by water melon rind Big improvement Minor Son arc making an mense pool out of the old Stormes pond near their mill Homegrown watermelons are plen tiful now Several wagon loads are on tHe streets every day If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money The Garrard Hotel is being thor oughly cleansed from cellar to garret A force of scrub women have been at work there all the week Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise delin quents and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C is a good time to have your old buggy or surrey painted to preserve it through the winter We nn make your old one look as gopd as very money W J ROMANS For the year of 101 a good two sto ry tenroom brick residence near the Square in Lancaster Ky suitable for boarding house For particulars I am selling good mixed ship stuff and bran at 10 per ton at mill or 12 delivered Buy now while cheap II C POTTS Proprietor Buckeye Roller Mills Buckeye Ivy 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 par ticulars W C Rincarson G P A Cincinnati 0 Died in Illinois The remains of William Hiatt son of Hiram Hiatt dccd were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Saturday afternoon The young man died his home in Springfield 111 He had been ill for some time He is spoken of as a young man of many excellent qualities and commanded respect of all who knew him 1 5 To Cincinnati Sunday The L X will sell round trip from points on this branch to next Sunday Train leaves Lancaster at 252 a in arriving in Cincinnati at 730 Returning leaves Cincinnati at 730 p m arriving at Lancaster at 1228 midnight Many attractions in the and an enjoya ble trip can be taken Tickets only good returning same day Delightful Place Those who have visited Crab Orch and Springs this season are delighted with the fare and surroundings The place is nofc run as most summer that is they do not put on all style and keep up a continual hubbub better known as the gay whirl of society Its quiet cool and pleasant up there and want to rest and at the same time receive the bent tits of the best waters to be found can find no better place to go Copt Cane Danville Advocate Capt Boone the Old Pioneer who is in Danville on a visit is somewhat of a crank about walking sticks His la testate one that he values highly He cut the famous field of the Battle Pines where Lee and McClellanYfought and lost 15000 men killed TlV cane is a white hickory the roots of which in the words of the Captain were bathed in the best blood of the grandest country in the world Card of Thank To Whom it May Concern I desire to thank publicly the order of Mac cabces for kind and during the recent sickness of my husband which terminated in death and I am thankful to the Giver of All Blessings that my husband had his life insured in the order of and that I have promptly 2000 from said order this being the full amount of said insurance policy My prayers shall be that bees shall live forever to bless widows and orphans Very respectfully ANNA B SINGLETON Draft was received twelve days af tel proof of death was mailed J Jo seph R K Lancaster Tent No 15 This order is twenty years old has paid 14000000 benefits and has 000 members growing at the rate of 30000 per year with an emergency und of nearly a million dollars It furnishes protection at actual cost avoiding the heavy expense element ad the legal reserve element t w visited in Ntlce to Now nett f little Lancasterno eldest at tIle tickets city resorts Boone sympathy theM Ins 45 C Taxpayers jolt C I Cincinnati people who s Samu lti from assistance received r el s p Take in the Cincinnati Excursion Sunday i Globe and check valves coupling reducers etc at shop For a clean shave in a neat shop go to Henry Duncans on Richmond street Mad dogs are reported as quite num erous in the county Several head of stock ha e been bitten and killed A large supplylof spring wagon wlieels cheaper than you can have your old ones repaired W ROMANS Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at and settle tf E W HAUUIS Collector Ed Walton of the Stanford Journal is getting out a rattling good paper while W P is away Which would you rather do Ed have all that on your shoulders or work Stop and Thlillc Should you not man who can not only repair yqrir carriage etc but repair your of all description A word the wise is sufficient Call at Conns Carriage Shop Dope Fiends Thick It is said that fifty per cent of the negros on Battle Row are addicted to the use of cocaine of the drug are sold It is than whisky or morphine and as user said It simply carries to heaven and theres no bad feeling when I wake from the dream Still on Deck I am again in my imple ment business in and have on hand the Hancock and Avery Disc Plow Superior and wheat dulls Capital wagon Disc harrows and all kinds of face me and I will save you money sell you the best on the market When I am out of town keys to will be left at E C Gaines Gos store Theyll wait upon you tf G S GAINES Hack at the Old Stand 1 have purchased MrJSorris meat market on Richmond street and am once more ready to serve my old pat rom and friends with the choicest meats and ice the market Will give my personal attention to the business and you will be pleased when trading with me Cash paid for all kinds of produce hides etc Give me a call aug9tf T S ELKIN Theyll Cherish His memory And is it true that Old Crow is dead Died at Lancaster Monday of last week A friend of early days whose ready wit and genuine nature bound to him so many chums who will sincerely sorrow that Jim Dillon is no more Will Uncle Frank or Daws please drop a flower upon that new made grave for Seph Thus writes editor Seph Campbell in the Somerset Journal In compli ance with his request Capt White and Judge M D Tingles will visit the Lancaster Cemetery next Sunday afternoon and place flowers upon the of their dead friend Blue Prognosticator Prof Asa K Martin the weather prophet of the Bluegrass has already prognosticated for the coming winter Here is the way he says things will go There will be nineteen snows for this winter the first falling on No vember 25 1900 There will be five zero days There will be two ice spells In one ice will be 21 inches thick and the other four inches thick There will be two big sleetsalso one in and one in February Tier will be a great deal of rain during the winter It will be a fine winter poor man but tough on the Several days in January the thermometer will be up to 80 degrees The first frost fall 20 1900 There will be a heavy snow Christmas week Narrow Escape A few days since it became neces nary to clean out the big furnace at the electric light plant Ad McDon old the hard working and engineer and electrician en tered the furnace and was pushing the cinders and ashes behind hin thinking a man was shoveling out from the front When he reached the end of the long furnace working by the light of a lantern he called to the man but was frightened to learn that none of the cinders had been and he was in a prison Realizing the fact that he would suffocate digging his way out he began pounding on the boiler with his Fortunately some one passing heard the noise and set to work the ashes Ad clawed away in the dark at the other end and the two soon had an air hole opened He finally extricated himself almost as near dead as alive He says that next time he undertakes to clean the he will not only see that the man is at his post but will look back occasonally to see that he is perform lug his duties I ns C Surrey and Notice Pair nizc he n a inert andgreat quantities one me up charge Of Plow a war J ous grave December fort coal- man September accommodating removed before lantern removing furnace ns bug one s cheaper Lancaster Kentucky c C affords unsure Crass 7 and will Josephs clearance sale is making it for competitors X Go to JA Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G S Gaines or J M Logan Guitars Mandolins and full stock of strings for same at Thompsons Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON 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 L72G Special lo Lexington Fair The Queen Crescent is running a special train to the Lexington fair this week It passes Danville at 825 a m Returning leaves Lexinton at G p m The rate is one fare for the round trip at KlrkBvIlle Prof Patterson and W I Williams served as judges at the declamatory contest in Kirksville last night The contest was under the auspices of the iV C T U the proceeds go to the India sufferers At press hour we had not learned name of the winner Tempest in a TeaPot Considerable surprise was created when the daily papers announced that of adjutant general had been ordered checked up for the time it was filled by Gen DH Collier of this city When seen Gen Collier showed checks and receipts for all that he had received except 1 75441 whice is in the State National Bank at Frankfort to his credit as adjutant general The reason that he has not made a full settlement here tofore was that he was waiting for re ceipts on bills paid and the partie receiving the remittances had failed to send them in He left for Frank fort Monday taking his receipts and cancelled checks TWO OLD FRIENDS MEET After a lapse of thirtyseven years two old veterans of the Union army met each other in this city last Wed nesday morning Our fellowtowns man Silas L Ashley Esq and Col Newton McCann of Marshall Ill were the gentlemen They were bos om friends in the war sharing each others joys and sorrows privations and pleasures if indeed there were any pleasure in the conflict of 18615 For more than thirtyfour years the two gentlemen used every effort t find each other but without success 1897 Mr Ashley wrote to a friend in Illinois making inquiry for hip friend A speedy answer came back that Mr McCann resided in the city of Marshall Ill and was well known all over the state as a very popular Grand Army man and holding the of five of President and Colonel of the Veteran Association of the 19th Con gressional district the membership of his district being more than 5000 all told Mr Ashley immediately communicated with the colonel and as soon as steam power could it return ed a short letter in reply of only eight pages of large sized paper Volumes of letters came thick and fast propounding and answering ques lions as well as many inquiries as to the whereabouts other old comrades etcThe colonels pleasant visit was arranged for at this time by Mr Ashley who was greatly assisted by his daughter Miss Pearl who not on ly earnestly requested the visit but almost commanded her fathers old friend to put in his appearance in our pretty town in this month and that she be permitted with the balance Of theJimily to witness the meeting be The in on the mid night train and put up at the hotel Mr Ashley not expecting him unti the following day Wednesday morn ing about eight oclock while sitting in front of the hotel talking with Mr Hamilton the colonel a man ap pioching but more than av fun block from them and he asked Mr Hamil toni if that was not Mr Ashley and was answered in the affirmative A thrill of pleasure overspread his at once which was noticed by other gentlemen present and while Mr Ashley was approaching the briefly spoke to them of his great joy at seeing his old comrade after thirtyseven long years had passed away Remembering his promise to let the family witness the meeting he permitted Mr Ashley to pass by It was plain to see by those sitting at the hotel that the effort to repress his feelings and hold himself back from grasping Mr Ashley was almost painful When Mr Ashley made the turn at Robinsons corner the colonel followed him but MrAsh ley had disappeared In due time however the meeting was effected and we let the curtain two old friends are the happiest men In Kentucky hot Violins tnjos Contest the utlice monies In letterhead old friends colo i l came countenance colonel quietly whilethe l jr C cancelled tweet saw fall Buy Banner Bread fresh at Blue Grass Grocery Rev Henry Faulconer preached two excellent sermons at the Presbyterian church Sunday off by using one of those parasols at Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Smith Currey Agents for Dan while Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Ollice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf If you want a wide narrow light heavy high low doep shallow hard soft plain fancy coned long or short buggy supey or pheaton Give A Trial We have a lot of new type and a fine lot of stock Give us an order for letter heads envelopes statements or bill heads See if you cannot get good work at home as cheap and as neat as that you send away for Store Room For Rent The large handsome storeroom now occupied by Fuller Sympson as a grocery This is the largest grocery room in town and Vne of the best stands Has been groce ry and queensware for many years Plenty of lif given after August 14 G Our customers our plan of selling out completely for two first because they get big bar gains in the closing out and sec ond because they have new stocks to select from in the following season We clean out otir shelves completely each season no matter at what sacrifice We have some excel lent bargains now going dome the benefit of them J Joseph Colored Teachers Institute On Monday Aug G the Garrard County Colored Teachers Institute convened in Court House under the instructions of Prof F L Williams jf Louisville and continued five days twentythree teachers being present Alter the election of necessary com mittees and secretary the County oupt Miss Elisa Jennings Lusk and the Instructor made addresses to the teachers from which they derived great benefit The Institute was opened each morn ing with a chorus by Mr M W Sneed and his choir Mrs Wm Johnston pre siding at the organ devotional exer cisas further conducted by Revs H C Faulconer L A Guthrie or J B Tiller By motion of County Supt and vote of Institute the choir and janitor were given privilege of Institute The following subjects were discussed by the teachers Schoolmanagement Reading GrammarPsychology Geography History Civil GovernmentSchoolDis cipline Arithmetic Physiology and Hygiene Piof Williams who can not be surpassed as an instructor and who has the happy habit of saying something when he talks made each subject so interesting that each took an active part won the esteem of entire who regarded them instruct ive and inspiring He believed that the child must be studied physically mentally and that he must be educa ted for citizenship The meeting was an enthusiastic one and some live questions were discussed The Committee on Resolutions Misses Bessie Miller Lizzie Gentry and Messrs Jas A White and Solon Black reported as follows 1st WHEKEAS time call of the County Institute is intended to unify the work of her teachers and to in culcate in them the light and most necessary method in which to present a subject to a pupil therefore be it RESOLVED that we approve the call of the Institute by the County Supt MissElisa J Lusk RESOLVED that we approve of the high and efficient manner in which Pro Frank L Williams has our Institute and request that our County Superintendent make the necessary provisions to procure his services next year RESOLVED that we are grateful to Rev J B Miller Elder Guthrie and Rev H C Faulconer for services ren dered RESOLVED that we extend a vote of thanks to organist chorister and choir for valuable services and to the citizens who have hospitably shown their appreciation and entertained the teachers RESOLVED that we admire the the Supt in behalf of the col ored schools of Garrard County as well as the great interest manifested in our Institute work and request that she be retained in office On Friday before the Institute ad journed the teachers association was invited by Mrs Mattie to meet at her district Boons Creek the secondSaturday in Septym her The Institute by sing ing God Be With You Till We Meet Again EMHAL DUNCAN Sect every The hot of the sun can be kept handsome J eplas sQuare CarriageShopVII asa Possession S GtaES sale fr were teacher This instruction the conducted action of organizedand eazley adjourned da rats S occupied appreciate reasons hand Writing institute OtOttOOOIOUQUUOOUUIOO WE HANDLE ria j I OWE I This wagon iS guarantee andwe know you will like them I J A Beazley Co oooaoF FAMOUS AGONI sold on a positive ose 8- ooeooooooaooooo00000oooooee = Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture antI Carpets Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge Nog Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards Burton l1r 1 LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON iJOHMSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY KINDS OF GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store KY II L tALL I I I II I 1 I I I ill II 1 J k Min CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST z6 1900 ZTXBT WXKK BY Louis LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY raxs THKU 10 J ONE YAB IN SIX MONTH 50 2S LDYABC1 1 Six or eight speeches of three duration each is enough to make that jury at Georgetown want to hang judge witnesses and all It would be hard to conceive of a more trying having to sit and listen for several days to a lot of lawyers blow off THE bachelor editor the Cynthiana Democrat must have women on the brain Just listen to him The wealthy St Louis girl who is so that she will not strike a match will please apply at the otlice We may be able to arrange a match that will strike her IF had the say as to which we were to undergo the campaign fall or an epidemic of cholera we would decide on the latter by a large majority Doctors can sometimes save you from a case of cholera but there is no power on earth to rid the of political gasbags THE subject of a prominent lecturer is What is man worth This altogether upon what man it is If the lecturer will take up an of nine out of ten of the men of today the querry may be answered in the beautiful and impressive language of the poet Not worth a THE Somerset Progressive Home Journal has discarded most of its heretofore lengthy name and now as the plain Journal The paper is much larger and in every way a modern newspaper We are very fond of the Journal as uptodate and full of the choicest matter that will entertain all classes of readers We wish its excellent editors continued THE gourdheaded dudes in same of the cities have commenced wearing a shirt waist made on the order of the ladies garments of the same name We suppose the fad will strike the country towns later on and every puddin head will get one of their sisters and have maw make it over for him This class of numbskulls ought to then get maw to hire a wet nurse to go along with them WE are very much afraid that the arrangements for joint debates in the present campaign in Kentucky will result in trouble While most of the people are saying nothing now yet they have opinions that are deeproot ed and should two opposing orators get into a spat a general row might be brought on in which some good would be injured Every man has his opinion as to the GobelTay ordeal than tenderhearted Democrat community depends average dn appears itis success little citizens f huu ice th lor matter and in many cases we tear these opinions could be easily fanned into a blaze IN order to get anything like a fair idea of the Georgetown trial one must read reports sent out by both sides Each sends only that portion which helps their side of the case Several dailies publish both questions and an swers which take upabout two pages If you are interested in the case and have about ten hours a day to read the evidence as printed but if you hIVe any work to do better whole matter go and let the jury do the worrying over the outcome A GREAT many newspapers in the state were caught by the Globe Tele graph Co a fake institution at very fortunate in avoiding suck fakes as nearly all such communications are fired into the waste basket without much ceremony All our foreign ad vertising is with patent medicine firms and we have the best and most reliable of them The latter make the compositor think he is afllicted with all the diseases named therein before he finishes them but they bring good monejrand when you have good firms they settle promptly and without dunning IT required much pomp and parade to notify McKinley and Bryan that they had been nominated by their respective parties But we presume it was very necessary to send out a delegation to look them up and tell them they were wanted No doubt they would have never heard of the fact Now if they had been putting forth every effort during the past four years to get the place they might have been on the lookout for such by the convention but as one had been farming and the other at tending only to the routine work of his office of course they were not ex pecting it Their speeches of accept ance doubtless began with the old Oh this is so sudden This tom foolery is like unto the country paper saying Johnny Jones has accepted a position in Sandysugars grocery when Johnny has been begging for the place and offering to work for nothfng COL WALTON of the Stanford Journal seems to have been picked up by one of the high toned hotels in Washington He says one of the most noted hostleries there the Ebbitt is a good place to stay away from It is a wellknown fact that the biggest item at such places is the price When we were in Washington we stopped at a two dollar hotel not from however and found the fare first class Its the same way in all cities In Cincinnati they have two hotels that charge four and six dollars a day and the guests look like the did upon their return from Cuba Its the same way in Louisville There are hotels that charge four five dollars a day and we once took upper at one of them and came out and bought a glass of beer in order to get the benefit of the free lunch You b I wastes Lexington THE RECORD been sometimes settings action preferment soldiers and le- the has can stop at the Fltth Avenue and Wlllards in Louisville and for two and three dollars get as good meals as any man could want Style comes pretty high but a good square meal is far more desirable NEXT in importance to the position of King comes the Big Ike in a country town Eyery town has its Big Ikes and some are infested with quite a number of them The Big Ike is generally possessed of a little money and if is offered goldelephant security and ten per cent he will lend you twentyfive or thirty dollars to accommodate you The Big Ike takes several daily papers and sits on the corners in the afternoon and reads for the edification of the loafers He will read a few lines and then with an air of importance comment generally saying Well thats pretty near rightbut so and so should be done Many of the plain people cannot scratch their pants without running to the Big Ike to ask as to whether he should begin the job with an upward or downward stroke There are some few in the town who have the impudence and disrespect to try to think and act for themselvs without the advice of the Big Ikes and in this they make a mistake The monent a fellow is detected in trying to act on his own judgment the Ikes begin a warfare on him say hes no good and dont know how to run his business The disciples of the Big Ikes they are many then take up the chorus and within a few days all sorts of mean things are being said about the fellow who has summed up enough courage to paddle his own The B Is think they have been shamefully treated by not being they give the cue and their second fiddlers see that the opinion is heralded to the community The Ikes are as a rule harmless but the fellows who hang to their coattails and depend upon them for every idea even unto when to draw their breath are to be pitied indeed Its to see a man who depends upon another to do his thinking A Minister 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 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 he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured For sale by all dealers 1m i 1 tJ 1 thereon actually canoe consulted distressing another nu is- lU Put your money back in your pockets YOU SAVE JUST ONEFOURTH IF YOU PURCHASE Jfl 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 that pcint was made long ago The regular season saw us leading in qualities styles and low prices Every one ofour customers cantestify this and everyone who makes purchases during this 0 E FOURT H OFF SALE will gladly tell you that they made an actual Saving of 25 Cents On The Dollar What others are you can do while the sale lasts It wont last allthe seeson for the mission ofthe sale is to clean thingsup before another season is upon us and prices not promises are doing it The sale will gainheadway 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 i Hr JS fsifr i i 5 gj gl g i EJ 3 gl E ru rfj 8 14 OFF OUR SPRING ana SUMMER GOODS g BusyAnxious r r Logan Robinson I I I I I D D Iti D 0 l p top o 0 l Join 1 E F x- Y PAINT LICK Some of our farmers have commenc ed cutting their tobacco The crop is tobacco is getting sunburt be fore it is sun being so ex tremely hot Rev R G Murray of Union Madi son county held a series of meetings at Leaf this week About 15000 subscribed for our bank Come on at once lets rush it up and get ready for business The 12yearold daughter of Mrs George Marshbanks died of fever last older daughter is very low of same disease Mrs Clyde Pullins lost seven dollars in money and some nice drawn work out ot her buggy while on her way to Paint Lick a few days ago Quite a numberof Paint Lick people went to Mallory Springs last Friday evening to attend the hop some of those who went were Dr Poyntz Jas Rucker Harry Francis Guy Rice and others Rev George W Shepherd of Ewing Ky is assisting the Pastor in a series of meetings at Mt Tabor this week Mr Shepherd is a forcible and earnest spaaker and large ongregations greet him at each service Mrs Bob Thompson MrsEd Norris and Mrs Booth Thompson of were the guests of MrsC B En gleman Saturday Miss Nannie Summa of Richmond is visiting here The Berry to the Cynthiana Democrat says Clay Swinford down Sunday He fell in love with the Paint Lick people and says he never expects to come back here to live We are glad to know that Clay is doing so well D C Pullins has a cow that will eat anything in the shape of a rag or piece of paper that she can get to She will quit eating corn any time if she can get a newspaper Dave concluded he her and brought out a dozen or more of newspapers and gave them to her one at time She them as fast as he could hand them to her until she got to the last one She would roll it around in her mouth and then spit it out Dave said Drot your old soul I have got you full at last have 1 and gave it toher again but she wouldnt eat it He looked at the paper and saw it was the Interior Journal and it was so full of pure democracy and grit that she could not chew it Miss Nancy Terry is visiting rela tives in Cynthiana Miss Burke of Bryantsville is visiting the family of J Miss Adams who has been attending school in Barbour ville returned for a brief vacation Mrs Ed England nee Miss Bessie Adams of Barbourville is visiting her parents Mr Jack Adams and wife Dr and Mrs A C McDaniel and daughter who have been visiting the family of J B Parkes left on Mon day for their home at San Antonia Texas Miss Annie Francis was a visitor in Danville last week during the fair Mr the Photo man of Berea is in our midst this week Messrs David Hervey and Wm Martin took in the fair at Dan ville last week Mr John Bright of Bertha Ky was a visitor in our midst last Sunday Mr was here on Sunday from Lancas ter Miss Browning Yeiser of Dan vine is the charming visitor at Mrs James Francis Miss EstellePoyntz of Mt Sterling is visiting friends in this community Miss Annie How ard and Mr Story of married last H Led ford is attending the Institute in your city this week R L Jennings and wife spent Sunday in Lancaster Miss Pearl Baker of Beara is vis iting the family of Mr E L Woods Miss Cenna Reid returned from Hus tonville after a pleasant visit among relatives The Livingston Colonel Champ of Paint Lick was over Sunday I fear he will capture one of our sweetest girls McCKEABY Mrs P G Warner has been quite sick for the hast week Quite a the young folk attended the fair at Danville last weekBorn to the wife of Mr Cronley Broaddus a nine pound girl Lillian LeeMiss Alice Saddler is at home on a will return to Lakeland Thursday Mr Walker Bradshaw is at home again after spending several months in Illinois Miss Edna Pra ther is the guest of Miss Myrtle Nave Davis Sutton wife and children went to a picnic at Cartersville Sun day Miss Minnie Pherigo is spend ing this week with friends at Kirks Saturday night Mrs Ida Amon has returned from Slate Lick Springs She says the visitors were too numerous for the quantity of water HAMXACK Will Hammack Js on the sick list this week but is much better J O Reid bought a nice cow and calf from A D Leavell Price paid 4000 Tobacco cutting and houseing is in full blast No excuse if a man wants to work there is plenty to do and rea sonable prices paid for same James Cloyd is here on a visit from Illinois the boys dont ever forget their Old Kentucky Home Misses Rena and Bessie Fowle of was visiting at S E Hammack Sat urday and Sunday r iel iJ goodSome cutthe Tuesdayan Lancaster relatives correspondent was wouldtry a devoured K Bunk Collie C I Ogg J S Johnson were TnursdayR saysWm number of visitshe Warner I Kirksv f ills to on p a PKEACHERSVILLE We had a fine rain Sunday J Thompson geld some late lambs W P Dishon for 3 per head Rev B F Horton preached last Tuesday night at the Baptist church A J Thompson bought some nice ewes a few days ago for about 400 per head Mr J F not improved any since our last report His case is considered critical Mr J C Fox sprained his ancle the other day which is giving him much pain and keeping him confined to the house Mrs George King is suffering very much havmgsome kind of an ulcer her ancle which refuses to yield to treatmentMrs Hobbs will rent her farm also sell her stock and household goods next Saturday the 18th inst at her house near here and she will move to LancasterSome from Indiana was here last week buying cattle and made the following purchases 118 from W Grimes 19 from W H Cummins 25 from D M Anderson for 4c per of the saddest occurences for many days in our midst was the death of Mrs John B Anddrson While Sundaylightning instantly She was about 35 years old a good kind woman She leaves four children one only three months old a husband and aged mother to mourn her loss May a gracious sustain them She was buried Monday at Goshen- J B Hutchins is attending the teachers institute at Lancaster this week W Durham of Corbin down first of the week seeing his farm Thomas Naylor who been in Illinois this summer has re turned home Rev D P Holtzclaw went to last week looking out a location to move to Mrs Charity King and Miss Fannie went over to Stanford Monday STONE Mr Mead Teater is very sick with fluxThe protracted meeting is in at Scotts Fork T L Saunders sold to J B Saunders nice bunch of lambs at lb T L Saunders bought of Jas Blake man of Pink a bunch of shoats at per pound Mr Charles Thompson is talking or renting out his farm and moving to Louisville to accept a position with the Ballard Flour Company Mr and Mrs Luther Raney and son Mrs Ellen Crane and daughter of Lexington Mr and Mrs Hansford Green and Miss Mattie Green spent Sunday with Mr Lem Evans and wife Mrs Bettie Wall and daughter Miss Eliza visited her sister Miss of Hubble last week Mrs Peachie Grow and son Leespent this week in Jessamine George Fin ley of Jessamine visited his cousin Miss Myrtle Moberley last week Misses Mattie and Jewell Saunders visited their cousins Misses Ida Pierce and Alice Saddler of Buckeye Teatersville last week S Saunders and wife spent Sunday with their grandfather J M of Judson James Littrell is on the sick list Your visited relatives at Judson last week BRYANTSFILLE Lightning struck the large straw stack of Swope Bros and burnt it We have plenty of rain and farmers are beginning to plow for fall wheat We had quite an electric storm Monday evening No serious damage reported yet Was a heavy wind and rainThose indebted to me will please call and settle their I am preparing to order my fall millinery and am compelled to have what is due me Mrs Mrs Jones has returned to her in Paducah she has been wish mother Mrs A S Haselden is has brother Dr Jennings in Mrs Walker was the guest sister last Sunday Mrs Jane visiting her son this week at Bryantsville MARKSBDRY Henry Parks bought of Frank Parks a nice colt for 30 II D Aldridge sold for Dr J H to Mrs M L Anderson a nice buggy mare for 125 Mr Robert Fox accompanied by Mr Tears Berkley of Bryantsville attend ed the fair at Lexington this week Mrs Todd Scott and little son Todd are spending several weeks at Dripping Springs A Norris spent several days last week with Mrs Sim Parks near Bryantsville Mr Price Bourne and wife attended preaching at the Fork Sunday and visited their parents Mr T Pollard and wife Mr Victor Rice and wife are happy over the arrival of a fine girl The little lady made her Saturday Aug 10 Mr Tom Barker visited friends in Lexington last week Mr Steve Burdett is Miss Ruth Aldridge while here he is looking for a farm to rent Miss Lizzie Simpson is attending the Lexington fair Best W jr Tu Cure Backache Backaches are caused by disorder in t e kidneys Foleyi Kidney Cure will make right C C J E Stormes r hogsthis Pettus has Providence Brodhead progress per 4 c Spoon amore Mr C Saunders correspondent t accounts A S Haselden visiting Tyrone other Higgins is t Durham Mrs S appearance visiting thekidneys b- One w Sutton 5c and ho im- r ass meter Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand B O O 1 L McROBERTS DRUG STORE GO TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO Cards and Plate to 1 25 LILLARD V STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville DRUGS AND IRUGGISTS 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 I Lend Us Five p Minutes of your time and drop in to see our new us some 1 MidSummer Bargains l we are offering in m Clothing Straw Hats Shoes M TRADE AT I 3 THE GLOBE O Your money back if yoae not satisfied MILLER HIR3CH- O Successors to J L Frohman Co fl DANVILLE KENTUCKY Heres no need to go to the tfjSSWOTfi August OOoor SAT 1 1 STORE FOR Stationery Engraved reduced quarters d incident lly et q c- IT TO i PARIS 4J BIg Pou t1617 181900 H oooooooo ooooo ooooooooX H Q showy ouD a A PASS p Q a q 7oufl iv r P cthing tote i 19004314f 15f 30000 pURSL31 IElIUI 30000s Stock Trottiag Pacing Running Mule Races TiE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND llr Una lada direct from Hungary in Daily Concerts 3 live I AttractionsFree i TlEWEINTZFiinj GMEMBERS6 AerVfcte SqraM These celebrated famllle will give FREEPERFORMANCES each day In front of the grand stand TIE HLiwoirn FAMILY SMEMBERSaUirivaki uSO JDI TLj Will Include the most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse Ci ment features the best and highest priced artists and the grandest aggre 5 gallon of Oriental and modern noverty features ever congregated undetone management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT 2 SL TT SHANKUN Secretary Leclntfcs Kr Jj I 5Tl8 cniik mates o an rallroafls See posters and small hand bills J The VILL Our Stock in Every Department Was Never More Complete Than Now T r fflf 4 ffijffJJ1fjiJiffJffJifJl lffJ j w rMfMJlllJfM jfM fljif 4tgJ s 0 S S g I IfI 3 AAAAAAA AAAA A A AAAAAA AAAA AAAAA AAA A AA AAAAAAAa a aa a a aAaAAA a a tr- z d r 1rr 1 r rI r There isnt a more complete line of new DRUGS DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES In the state than we carry TTT TT T T i E AND i S tr r aL 1 r1 11 v 1 Frisbies Pharmacy Lancaster KyIi 1 1s oooooooo o o oo ooo o oooo 0000 o00 o oo oooooo o oooo oooo oo ooooo o ooo axoo CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1900 ROUT people Mrs John is much better at this writing A M Kinnaird of Middlesboro is visiting his parents here Miss Mattie Thompson is in Lexing ton the guest of Miss Smiley Prof Cherrj of Bowling Green is conducting the teachers institute Miss Carrie Currey gnve a moon light luncheon Wednesday evening f Mr R L Hagan wife and children visited parents in Kirksville Sunday Mr R D Ballard of Bryantsville is visiting his daughter Mrs J T Leav ell Mesdames Fannie Farra and S C Denny attended the Lexington fair this week Mrs J Fleece Robinson and sister Miss Mattie Mae have been visiting in Danville Mr Hayden Leavell and sisterElla visited Miss Bessie Jones of Kirks ville Sunday Mrs E L Jennings of Paint Lick is spending the week with her mother Mrs J C Thompson Jim Smith has gone Lexington to take in the fair From there he goes to Rockcastle Springs Mr J B Collier and Mr John Simp son are spending the week with rela tives in Crab Orchard Miss Bruce Pumphrey has returned home after a visit to her uncle Mr J L Stephens of Crab Orchard Mr Bruns De Yalcitt of Chicago and Mr Will Goodloe of Paris are guests of Mr D M Lackey and wife Mr Jerry Respess and wife have re turned from the south and are her parents Dr and Mrs II C HerringMiss Cox who has been the pleasant visitor of Mr J T Coon and family returned Saturday to her home Middletown Harrodsburg Democrat J N Der ny of Garrard who is attending the Danville fair spent Wednesday night with his sister Mrs Isaac Pearson Mrs Louis Landram and Miss BeE sie Marksbury were called from Crab Orchard Springs by the serious illness of their grandmother Mrs Nancy MarksburyMisses West and Minnie John son of this county and Messrs T E Arnold J W Arnold and G D Sim mons of Richmond are guests at Squire Sam Johnsons Open for the Season Quiet Delightful The healthgiving qual ities of the waters need no introduction to the public They known First Glass Accommodations Excellent Fare Write For Oar Circulars GUS Hofmann Pro CRAB ORCHARD KY r 0I c 1 Leaven visiting m 9 7I O 9I17I D gPIllijGg Cool ff iii IS r ff t 1 oearyoo ooot oMooeoe1 1 j i h 1 tz u s i 40444404444444 k 4444 rji are 040444444440447 a x Y TV A Berkele is at home from Frankfort this week Mr J R Ilaselden and wife atten ded the Lexington fair Tuesday Miss Elizabeth of Louisville is the guest of Miss Fannie West Miss Julia Mae Gaines is at Crab Orchard Springs for a weeks stay Mr and Mrs II M Powell of Lincoln visited John Leavell Sunday Mr Henry T Ivnoxville is visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs Tankersley and son have re turned to their home at Silver Creek Mr Tom Leaven of Wilmore his brother John Leavell Sunday Miss Myrtle Walker of Perryville has been visiting relatives here for a few days Mrs U D Simpson has returned from a weeks visit to Crab Orchard relatives Mrs Arthur Ilubbard of Covington will arrive Saturday to visit Mrs Jno E Stormes Judge W E Walker is somewhat improved in health but is still con fined to his bed Miss Bessie Jones a belle of Kirks ville is visiting Miss Ella Leavell on Stanford street Misses Bessie Batson and Cora Ward have returned from a visit to Miss Willie Belle Burnside lion Robt Harding of Danville who is looked upon as one of us over here was in town Monday Jno F Lear Ed J M Far ra and many other Lancaster people are doing the Lexington fair Mr and Mrs Thomas Foley and two children of Richmond visited Mrs W H Smith and family Friday Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond Amy Davidson and Sue Layton are the guests of Miss Jennie Gulley this weekMiss V Pearl Aldridge our acomp lished Marksbury scribe is the guest of Mr and Mrs J Raymond Haselden this week Judge J C Ilemphill and family are visiting in TCicholasvillo and will attend the Lexington fair Thoy will return Saturday morning Harry Giovanolli of the Advocate is spending his vacation in the big eastern cities His wife went along to see that he kept in the straight and narrow path Miss HattieDoty entertained at a luncheon last Wednesday evening from six to ten in honor of her two friends Miss Sparks and Miss Mary Noel of Danville Mrs Ell Montgomery and daughter Miss Lizzie of Perryville Mrs S James and pretty little Annie James of Harrodsburg were called this week to the bedside of Mrs Nancy Marks buryA City young woman who is going away forihe summer has an nounced the fact to her numerous young men admirers with the added note If you have anything to say speak early and avoid the rush Danville A E Logan one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of the county is critically ill at the home of his nephew Mr A Hundley The Advocate trusts that the illness of tiffs estimable gen tleman will soon take a turn for the better and that his familiar face will soon be seen on the streets again A note from J M Harbison says he is still confined to his bed by illness at his home in Mitchellsburg Prof Harbison taught at the Lancaster Seminary several years and has many friends in Lancaster who trust he will soon be restored to health and enabled to resume his duties in tie Treasury Department Washington Mrs Nancy Marksbury of Perry villa is critically ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Wm Hughes in this city She has been visiting her daughter and son Mr H A B Marks bury She is in her eightyfirst year and Saturday at noon had a stroke of paralysis from which she has never recovered As we go to press Wed afternoon it is thought that she last but a few hours f Bryan Mrs Noel of visited Perkins vIsiting of AdvocateCapt nes II Knoxville Can I We have a full assortment of Fountain and Bulb Syringes Hot Wa ter Bottles Hair and Cloth Brushes Automizers Sponges Foot Nail and Shaving Brushes SeaSalt Soap Per fumes and Toilet Articles of all kinds The Finest line of Cigars and Tobacco in town T T 3 1 News Oklahoma has 300000 inhabitants and a harvest worth 100000000 Work for the new navy now will cost 92000000 A British cruiser burned 22000 tons of coal going from England to Missionaries in China have cancel ed orders tor 100000 books since the trouble began Every steamer that leaves Japan for America carries from 200 to TOO Japanese immigrants- Sir William Vernon Harcourt esti mates the cost of the South African war as approximately 80000000 According to the ancient Chinese writers the chronology of that coup try goes back 22G7000 years It is said that if all the Chinese classics were destroyed the knowledge of them is so diffused that there are 1000000 men in China who could re produce them from memory Editor John Meloan has sold his in terest in the Kentucky State and has accepted a position in the office of Auditor Coulter Attorney General Breckinridge will be the first of the Strte officials to take the stump in the campaign this yearAttorney General Breckinridge in an opinion furnished to the Secretary of State holds that Notaries Public appointed by W S Taylor after Janu ary 31 are not legal officers can not recover fees paid ing to be State officials and must pay additional fees if they wish to receive new commissions Niue persons in a New York picnic party who had sought shelter under tree were struck by lightning Bob Fitzsimmons knocked out Gus Ruhhn in New York in six rounds after a fierce battle Back Tax Collector D L Hardesty of Lexingten claims to have discover ed 90000 worth of personal property which has been overlooked by the As sessorThe Kentucky Stock Farm at Lexington was sold by Desha Breckinridge to Frank P Kennedyof Lexington and Charlef L Monsch of LouisvilleSmallpox has broken out at Has kinsville a village in Green county ten miles from Columbia Dr U L Taylor a member of the Board of Health says there are ten welldev eloped cases The Rev John A Lee of Coving ton created something of a sensation at the Crittenden Baptist Association in Grant county by making a semi political address in whichhe made a sharp onslaught on Congressman Ber ry James Murphy Morris a farmer of Fulton county Ky came home to din ner and found his baby in a rigor from a spasm Thinking the child was dead Morris picked up a shotgun and killed himself The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Baltimore took charge of the office of County Clerk Chinn at Lexington placing Constable Lewis Johnston in the office as cashier to take charge of all money coming into the office Chinns expert accountant has not yet made any report of the condition of the office Mrs Mollie Woods of the Upton end of Larue county was taken to Hodgenville and lodged in jail on the charge of malicious wounding It is charged that she shot and badly woun ded C C Jeffries because Jeffries would not retract statements which she had been made by him agalnstr her and which she claimed were un true x At Owingsville Ky Edgar Connor any Levi Goodpaster after a quarrel over a trival matter got into a first fight Connor drew a revolver and killed Goodpaster After being placed under arrest and disarmed Connor s mtched the revolver from theatres ing officer and committed suicide The two men who robbed a Union Pacific train in Colorado last Sunday r1 underway Democrat to published alleges j odaoeooooNOovoa maooooo0 GENE Rh oe ooooeeloooeooo0odoeo0oo Australia Z and killed a passenger were located near Goodland Kan yesterday A Sheriffs posse attempting to arrest them met a heavy fire One of the robbers was killed and two members of the posse were purhaps fatally wounded The remaining robber bar ricaded himself in a house where he was burned to death When the St LouisPittsburg ex press on the Pennsylvania linereach ed Columbus Friday midnight Express Messenger Lane was found dead in his car three chambers of the revolver emptied and the safe rifled There were signs of a desperate struggle The messenger had been shot eight times his body was robbed and the safe robbed It was reported 45000 was taken Monday Charles R H Ferrill a discharged employe of the Adams Express Company confessed that he murdered Messenger Lane and and robbed the safe Ferrell was to have been married Thursday and committed the crime in order to get money for his marriage expenses When arrested he was at the home of his affianced to whom he had given 1000 of the stolen money The little yellow doctor is a term applied to the lemon on account of its medicinal qualities Seven out of eight loaves of bread eaten in London are made of foreign wheatCalifornias trade with the Philip pines amounts to 2000000 a month A yield of 100000000 barrels of ap ples is expected this year Farm work is fairly well up Plow ing for winter wheat has commenced in many localities Corn is looking very well and a good crop appears to be assured Early fields are in the roasting ear St Joseph lIo raises a municipal banana crop each year In the park conservatory grows a banana tree that faithfully produces an annual bunch bananasThe of Lincoln Neb boast of having the largest creamery in the world Its capacity is 35000 pounds of butter a day The apple crop is very poor but nearly all other kinds of fruit are very good Peaches are ripe and plentiful Gardens are in excellent condition Irish potatoes are reported to be the best for several years Oats are turn ing out well Pastures show wonder ful improvement Tobacco is looking quite well espec folly in the central and eastern por tions of the state in some localities in the western portion too much rain has injured it to some extent Worms are reported to be doing some damage in a few localities but generally over the State tobacco is unusually flee from worms An Iowa farmer prepared to market his wheat when on opening his grana ry he found a hen had found her way thereto nested and was engaged in the hatching process Out of kind ness of heart the farmer concluded to wait the increase in his hennery Meanwhile wheat advanced in price and beside gaining a fine brood of chickens he got over 100 more for his wheat Mr C J Fitch had one field of wheat to yield 33 bushels to the acre His pntire crop yielded 25 bushels this be ing the best yet heard from in the county He sold while the price was up and got a good price for his crop Jessamine News A gentleman living in the county says that last year he bought 110 ewes at 4 each From them he sold over seven hundred dollars worth of lambs and wool and then sold his ewes for the same price he paid for them What better investment should a man want Winchester Democrat At Flemingsburg recently a young man sold a horse for 40 the purcha ser sold it to Lee Cassidy for 65 who in turn sold it to Dan Mitchell of Carlisle for 100 Mitchell sold it to Pennsylvania parties fort250 t sales were made on the same day and 1 J 1 9 9 Our Delicious SODA WATER ADVERTISES ITSELF UR fINSCRIPTION IDPT IS IXCELLED jHYWEE yYTYT T TTTYT TT lfl E J OT a r 1 within a few hours of each other says the Farmers Friend The statistics issued by the govern ment indicate that at Jan 1 1900 the chickens ducks geese turkeys etc in the United States had a value of 500000000 The number ofeggs laid were estimated at 1504000000 dozen a sum too vast for the comprehen sion of the human mind Farmers Home Journal Frankfort butchers slaughtered a cow and when examining the second stomach found something heavy in it It was accordingly opened when 13G pieces of iron weighing threefourths of a pound were found There were any number of nails screws bolts staples from wire fences catches for bolts tasks and other bits of metal ExThe people of Kentucky and where there is a good wheat crop are quite jubilant over the recent advance in the price of wheat Mr Charles B Murray an accurate does not give much encourage ment however to those who expect wheat to go to one dollar lie shows that the shortage is not so much as has been reported and that in this country there are one hundred million bushels of the old crop still on hand and in good condition European pro ductions will reach that of last year and the other foreign countries ei cepting South America will do a well He shows that the production will only be twentyfive millions less than last year The worlds crop will be He puts the worlds consumption at 2020000000 bushels per annum which will give an excess this year of about five per cent Christian Guide Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin 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 on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m KIRKS VI LLE DEAR RECORD I have sojourned here more than a week and I find a hospit able intelligent and progressive peo ple enjoying the blessings of neat homes and plenty of this worlds goods They enjoy tne rich blessings of a highly productive agricultural country and the farmers are up to date in everything The crops are abundant and the harvest is plenti fulThe professional men of the town are living on the fat of the lamb Doc tors Oldham Middleton Fry and Bur ton are amply equipped to relieve suf fering humanity They have four churches which fact proves that they are not unmindful of the one thing needful They have a splendid school and are not forgetful of the importanceof education The merchants are prosperous and enter prise is the watch word and the bat tle cry The most thrifty citizens fa vor the erection of a flouring mill and some day in the near future it will contest will be held at the Christian church on night under the auspices of the W C T U for the benefit of the sufferers in India AI D H The greatest skin specialist in Am 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 Stormes 1m Never be ashamed to work even if you have to work some other fellow For mosquito bites bites or stings of insects animals or reptiles apply Bollards Snow Liniment It counter acts the poison in the wound subdues the inflammation and heals the flesh Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Bread may be the staff of life but a saddle of mutton helps us along on the journey wonderfully Mothers endorse it children like it olk folks use it We refer to One Minute Cough It will quickly cure all throat anjUung trouble FF Frisbee lm- vO statistician 2 erectedA C J E Cure I oti e- States Wednesday Sc r t Never let your wife wear the trous ers buy her bloomers You will never find any other pills so prompt and so pleasant as DeWitts Little Early Risers F P Frisbie lm Never steal your neighbors good name even if yours is worn out Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a dose of Whites Cream Vermi fuge Price 25 cents 1m Never judge thecigars a by those he gives his friends Plump cheeks flushed with the soft glow of health and a pure complexion make all women beautiful Herbinc imparts strength and vitality to the cheek Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm Never make two bites of a cherry you might cut a worm in half 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 C C J E Stormes lm Never threaten to kiss a pretty girl always beg her pardon afterward Constipation impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most zom non ailments that are responsible for hat tired listless faggedout feeling hat makes the summer a dreaded period to so many people IIerbine vill cure constipation it improves the Jigestion and arouses the liver to nor mal activity Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes lm Never despise an illfitting coat curse the tailor C C J E Storm man smokes S HANDSOME OLD owe much of their good looks to den tistry Our ARTIFICIAL TEETII are so perfect in appearance and use that the loss of the natural teeth is not felt We make SETS OF TE ETH from 500 up and guarantee all to be sup erior quality at equal prices Fillings at reasonable prices with out pain Satisfactory results in every case SPECIAL To all patients of Garrard who cut out this card and come before Sept 1 1900 and have 500 worth of work done I will pay Rail Road fare both ways Teeth extracted 25 cts best amalgum fills 75cts gold fills 150 solid gold teeth 550 Refrence Richmond National Bank DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government Build ing in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night Good Property for Sale House and 10Acre Lot Situated in Buena Vista Garrard connty House contains seven rooms in good repair water ice house and ueccs awry outbuildings GOOD 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 auction as I will move a way at that time Terms reasonable win Christopher 823t ViataKy For Sale Privately Thirty acres mor e or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond Copper Creek pikes lu Garrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at door For full particulars apply to A R or Jas N Denny Point Leaven or with me at Rich mood DENNY sajonetf PEOPLE Hun and kitchep w E I Never A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me Another Word To those wanting Big Brains I am selling a 1 1 Spring and Sum mer goods at cost Come get some of these bargains SallIe D Tillett Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile ORGANIZED 1888 NATIONAL BAM J OPT AWnAHTTStt rr Capital Surplus Fund 95OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED PromptAttenUonGaarmnt i K HiaaiMBOTHAX Presides awn Y LXAVXLL B T HUDSON f O BIT Assistant Cashs DIRECTORS lBCHlSeiHBOTHAK LEWIS Y LBATBLl HABHOLD B F HtJBSOK PUBLIC SALE Saturday Sept 8 1900 As I have a awaiting me at Cincin anti I will on the above named date on tho remises of G A Slier 1 mils east of Preach ersville on Drakes Creek sell TWO TRACTS OF LAND First tract contains else acres well waterdend Good stone and frame house hereou containing nine roams and cellarsew extra large stock barn blacksmith shop md all necessary outbuildings two ing orchard This is known as the Duck Anderson place contains 6164 acres in state of cultivation This is all in clover timothy and bluegrass One small honethereon It is the south end of the Alex Beaz farm and is under good fence A LOT OF GOOD STOCK Will also firstclass milk cows 2 first lass combined saddle mares safe for ladies to irive 3 farm horses flue mules 4 and 5 years old four of them mares others 2 toise mules Will also sell 200 goo d stock iwes 100 fat wetbirs ready for knife 7 high trade short yearling steers 2 highgrade ers some stock 1 mowing muchlue plows Deering binder and a 01 household SOME TOPPY HORSES Will also sell 2 firstclass geldings one of hem well broken and best horse in the tate to go four plenty of and wlth rat spot or blemish gelding well a good doer without or InspectionTermsday of aile ugl65t R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Followin Companies AetnaLifelns CO gf HartfordJConn OD W uJ1ooneePli ft Secondtract ley sellS rokea J C and HRS G 1 erese 111 n rarafal cad oice Pre idenl Cashier J JParatr year het its year old i ABILLa w J Cannot be Gut Out Removedwith Plasters Surgical operations and flezh destroying plasters are useless painful and dangerous and besides never cure Cancer No matter how a cancerous is another comes at or near the same point and in a worse form Does not this conclusively thdt Cancer is a blood disease and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deepseated dangerous Cancer runs in families through many generations and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at any time to be stricken with the deadly malady Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood To cure a disease like this you must cure the entire blood system remove every trace of the Nothing cures Cancer effectually and permanently but S S S S S S enters the out and removes all taint and stops the formation of cancerous cells No mere tonic or ordinary blood medicine can do this S S S goes down to the very roots of the disease and forces out the deadly poison allowing the sore to heal naturally and permanently S S the same time purifies the blood and builds up the general health A little a looking wart or mole a lump the breast a cut or bruise that to heal under ordinary treatment should all be looked upon suspicion as this is often the beginning of iff t Our medical department is in charge of physicians of long experience who are skilled in other blood diseases Write for any advice or information wanted we make no charge whatever for this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA itlI CJ or blood trouble by cutting or burning ut the sore which after all is only an outward of the diseasea of the poison poison Sat Sam 1 Ai cEiIsore L f tr i a t an WALLACETON Born to the wife of A J Wilson on tie 10th inst a girl E P Fairchild and wife of Berea attended church here Sunday Al len Wallace was visiting friends at Lancaster from Sunday until Tues dayOur community was visited by a good rain and also hard wind on Non day The former was very highly ap preciatedThe building committee of the M E church met last Saturday and after very little discussion unanimously to goto work at once to raise money and erect a more church house than the one now here Four hundred and fifty dollars was subscribed by those to which about one hundred more was added in the afternoon by friends who heard of the action of tho committee The house propos ed will be a 1200 building and is to be completed this fall or in the spring Ills Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became I wasso weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon 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 too much in its praise This marvellous is the surest quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trou ble Regular sizes 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 1m Music may have charms to soothe the savage but its the popular airs that give him that tired feeling question Aii vercd Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using else for indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the 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 in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C O J E Stormes Man lives not by bread alone Its a mean free lunch that does not em brace tripe pickles and pigsfeet Doe It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy forcoughsand colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been in all civilized countries with in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectora tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Peccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes Truth crushed to earth has a pecu liar way of rising again and kicking the stuffing out of the consummate liar No Iticlit To UulInesB The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be must keep her health 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 wretch ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to reg ulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a goodlooking charming woman of a run down invalid Only 50 cents at McRoberts drug store Im decided commodious present expected wonderful hardened di medicine anything Biliousness action toa introduced success attractive civilized Why Dont You EaU 1 No appetite you say Stomach feels bad Well take Dr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin and you can eat 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 Salve It cures piles and all skin diseases F P Frisbie 1m KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Conditions of Crops August I 1900 The reports from every section of the State show the crops to be in a very satisfactory condition The short drouth in early July was broken by plentiful rains all over the State by the middle of the month and in some sections there was too much moisture for wheat threshing and haying The slight damage resulting was fully com pensated by the improvement in the condition in corn tobacco and Especially is the prospect above the average in the Bluegrass coun ties as reflected in the following by our reporter from Bourbon With seasonable weather through August coin will average not less than forty perhaps fortyfive bushels per acre Wheat is the best average crop in ten years Potatoes best in twenty Bismarcks Iron Serve writs the result of hissplendid 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 they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m years Early tobacco got a back set by drouth but seasonable weather will now insure a good quality with shrinkage of 15 per cent in weight In a few counties correspondents say there was too much rain in the latter part of July and wheat in shock was injured but in others the wheat turn ed out at the thresher better than was expected and the yield will be above that indicated July 1st In several counties the stock pea seems to have largely superceded red clover as a renovator of the soil Re ports indicate a growing demand for Fatality Follows Failure to use Foleys Kidney Cure in time If taken in earlier stages of Brights disease and diabetes it is a certain cure You have noticed the high death rate from these diseases ana it is not wise to ignore early symptoms when a sure medicine like Foleys Kid ney Cure can be had C C J EStor mes 1m peas for soiling as well as for feeding stock Our Grayson county correspon dent estimates that wheat will ap proach twenty bushels per acre which is beyond precedent The potato crop in Jefferson county was very tine but is being sold at the low price of sixtyfive cents per bbl Lawrence county reports an increased crosstie crop this year Lincoln county has made good progress plow ing for the fall wheat crop A good deal of tobacco was abandoned because of excessive rains in McCracken coun ty Montgomery connty has built a good many new barns for the large crop Ohio county has turned For Whooping Cough Both my children were taken with whooping E of Danville Ills A small bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar gave such re lief that I used a 50 cent bottle which saved me a doctors bill Nothing else so good C C J E Stormes 1m to millet as a forage crop Warren county had eight inches of rain in ten days and grain was damaged some in shock corn fine melons and fruit do ing badly in this county Live stock generally doing well A few complaints of pinkeye among hor ses in Nelson county especially The following counties report cholera among hogs and scarcity ofstock hogs Allen Crittenden Graves Larue My baby was terrible sick with the diarrhoea says J H Doak of Will Jams Oregon We were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Remedy I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and a cure For sale by all dealers anything Hazel pastures remarks tobacco cough writpslIrs 0 Dut- ton Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diarrhoea 2 Meade Madison Monroe Muhlen berg Russell and Whitley Reports have been received from nearly county in the State and the following summary is given compared with last year condition with average for ten years COHN Acreage 103 condition 95 WHEAT Yield compared with last year 105 Considerable damaged grain about 33 per cent of crop sold August 1st OATS Yield 103 HArtLEY Condition 110 The crop in this State diminishing 11 YE Condition t8- IUISII POTATOES Acreage 102 condition 102 TOBACCO Turning out better in burley dis trict than expected considerable damage by rain in dark district Acre age 97 condition 8G Now being topped and will be a good deal cut by August 10th Per cent reporting 69 burley 61 dark PASTURES 97 MEADOWS 85 CLOVER with last year 83 GRASS with last year 90 LIVE STOCK 95 FItUIT Apples 45 peaches 70 pears 65 grapes 66 Considerable complaint of grapes rotting which has reduced the prospects from 86 to 60 I B NALL Commissioner Agriculture The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day and one of the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep your bowels regular taking a dose of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets when necessa ry and you will never havelhat severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by R E McRot erts and F P Fi isbie 1m To the pure all things are said to be pure but dont think for a minute this includes boardinghouse butter What most people want is mild and gentle when in need of a physic 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 It is never too late to mend unless your trousers button breaks off while you are running to catch a train 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 Cure digests what you can and allows you to eat all the good you want It radically cures stomach troubles F P Frisbie 1m Spare the rod and the chances are you will catch no fish Piles are not only in and of 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 It is the early fish that catches the worm hook and all For digestive weakness nervousness pains in the side flatulence dizziness wakefulness headache and other accompaniments of costiveness Herbine is a prompt and unequalled remedy Price 50 cents J E Stormes 1m Straw pats usually show which way the wind blows V 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 A bird on the toast is worth a dozen in the bush Black Mountain N C The Famous Black Mountain is the Land of Sky 16 miles east of AshvilleThe Bible Conference this year takes place August 12th to 26th Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route on sale tram all points at one fare for the daily from August 9th to Aug 13 The Queen Crescent is the only line operating through Pullman service to Ashville from 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 o y 1 every SEEDCompared BJUE SEEDCompared b something Dyspepsia themselves annoying C C MontreatBible Conference round- trip Avis 45 end i8k COPPER iiigii EiiicctnttdJis Eiiiertaiued toil Aluiuiuiuni Are About to lie Realized Aluiriinium seems about at last td realize in some degree the high expec tations that were entertained for the metal when it first became possible to produce it in sufficient quantities for commercial use says the Chicago It was then believed its light ness and its high tensile strength in noncorrosive alloys would male it dis place even iron It was known that it was the most abundant metal in na ture every clay bank being a mine and the prediction was made that it would revolutionize the industry of the world The prediction was not realized even when the price per pound put it upon a parity with every excepting iron Until quite recently it has been used chiefly for novelties and then for cooking yes sels In this last field it has displaced copper to some extent largeiy because sonous and the lightness has made it popular for military equipment In lethography it has become the usual substitute for stone The new use for aluminium and the one which may make it of great commercial value is as a substitute for copper The chief use of copper is for electrical and the advance in its price due to the concentration of the copper mines of the world in the hands of a few interests has led to experiments with aluminium These have been The Iron Age tells of one in California where more than 1500000 pounds of aluminium have been used Its lower conductivity is offset by the fact that much larger conductors can be used economically when mule with copper while its lightness and strength are features A current of KOOGO volts was transmitted without difficulty over aluminium conductors from Sac ramento to San Francisco The IrofvNMlon of lore ry A comparatively new profession in America and one that offers substan tial inducements to young men cial aptitude is that of forestry The fact that the federal government is Increasing the area of its forest pre serves largely every year and that ninny state governments are following this laudable example suggests the everwidening field already open to students and specialists in the science of forestry It is now generally rec ognized that every large forest or preserve needs for its proper care and supervision a corps of men trained for this special purpose Ger many France and other European countries have had their schools of forestry for years and their graduates are found in charge of forest lands in every part of the old world Chicago Chronicle The Clear Pacific Air Studies of the zodiacal lght made at sea lead Mr F J Bayldon of the British navy to remark that the air over Pacific oceaif appears clearer and better adapted for observation than that lying over the Atlantic ocean Honolulu is situated for clearness of air and it may become an important out post in astronomy It has already been selected as one of the chief points for the study of the vibrations of the Companion Trhough 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 Doming 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 Another ItTfocy The lightning bugs folly will often amaze Reproof Is but wasting your breath His oil stove he burns In the hot summer days And In winter he freezes to death Washington Star The ValDid you see the doctor about your cold Yes Most inconsistent man that How gave me a prescription Said needed was something to keep the cough down and then he asked me to cough up Philadelphia Press Strength of Character He is a man of great strength of character and selfcontrol How do you know He stopped smoking for two weeks once without referring to the fact oftener than 18 or 80 times a day Chcago Post Strong Reaaon Chinese honor their guests by placing before them the oldest eggs obtainable which are considered their greatest delicacy He I should say a guest would have very strong reasons for remembering the host Yonkers Statesman Pepsin Syrup Co November 6 99 Dear Sirs I feel it my duty to write to you and let you know much good your medicine has for me Twentythree years ago I was taken with some kind of stomach trouble and I tried everything I heard of They did me but little good Three years ago neuralgia set in on me and I got so poor and weak that I could hardly My husband received a book through the mail advertising your medicine and he sent our little boy to the drug store to get one of your tencent bot tIes I began to use it It is strange to say but its the truth the second dose I took gave me lots of relief I kept on using it till I used it nearly one year and now I am nearly as strong as I used to be and can do any kind of work I recommend it to all for it seems to me it would cure anybody I have gotten several to use Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and has done them so much good God bless Dr Oaldwell and his medicine for doing me so much good Yours with respect Mrs Isabell Wheele Freetown Jackson Co Ind Sold by B E McRoberts druggist 1m iZSUBSTITUTE Tribune usefulmetal of the fact that its salts nonpoi purposes successful installation than important ofspe reservation tIle celestial earthYouths SheThe walkcouldnt work any they all are formerly admirably Thing so- Re al- I hose say I a MistreJss Jiut didnt Mrs Uppcfton leave any message when you told her I was not at home maam She simply gave a sigh of relief said Thank you Jane and drove away Chicago Daily News Evasive George sell your horse for as much as you paid when you bought him John Well er I sold him for as much as he was worth when I bought him N Y Weekly lie Ascertained Snodgrass smoking Do you object to tobacco Miss Elder Miss Elder icily i do Snodgrass still smoking I thought perhaps you did Some people do Life Information Needed lIe called me a blithering idiot stormed Codling What do you think of that I scarcely know replied Poindex ter What does blithering mean 7 Town Topics Too Dry for him Dr Tanque Why does Guzzler never go away in the summer OSoaque Hes afraid he might stumble across one of those watering places Philadelphia Record REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE 1 l it tJon ServantNo lou I accidentally saiieii Ijy Oinl I Why dont you get married Heir Von Blume There are so ninny marriages Certainly madam but in the case of every happy marriage that I know the lady is already married Lustige Blaetter For Congress We sire authorized to announce lion George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth trlet happy dl I m Euaipnl CHICAGO ILLS August 27 to 3 1 Low Excursion Rates VIA THE Queeni Crescent Hoiite And Connecting Lines To and return Through Trains Day Couches Pullman Sleepers und Free Reclining Chair Cars to Clu cinnati make close connections with Fcnnsyl Lines I Route C II D Ky nud Mo Hon to Chfcago daily Tickets with liberal re turn limits See small hills or ask agents for nrther particulars W C RIXEAKSOX G P A Cincinnati JOHN T Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to PUBLIC SALE Saturday Aug 18 1 will sell to the highest and best bidder the property towit4 head of houses 2 milch cows 10 hogs a twohorse wagon and harness a and harness 100 gallous of apple vinegar Irish potatoes corn in some class lumber sheaf oats and bees all kind of farming implements Aesta organ and house hold and kitchen furniture URIC mile from Lancaster on Uichmond street better known as toll guile house Terms made known on day of sale Sale beging at ten oclock 2t Lancaster Annual 1900 CHICAGO mia JOHNSTON of slur el OIl JAS I WAITAKER K Big t hueal ZO bushel Summer Excursions SMSSUnhssssss sssss The Queen CrescentR- oute forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk Lines G R I Big 4 Route C H D C C and Erie railways handling through traffic expeditiously to all summer resorts of the North Special Low Excursion Rates Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen 5 Crescent via Cincinnati to 4 Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting plic s on Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to Mackinac You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at exclusion rates that will take you to Chicago thence by time palatial steamer Manitou to Mackinac re turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C 11 D Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered The famous resorts of the South are also open now The sea son at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Kyand Rhea Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known Queen Crescent trains are of travel Through Pullman daily from all southern cities Parlor observation and cars Chattanooga Rome and Attalla on day trains Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga on trains Fast schedules track No smoke no dust no cinders Send for free information as to summer resorts and Queen Crescent service to O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Teim or cull upon your ticket agent W J MURPHY General Manager W C RINEARSON Genl Passenger Agent CINCINNATI linesPennsylvaniaI I i I I5 i I IISSOSISSSSSSSSSISSSSSSSOSSOSSSSSSSSSSSsSuSs I my BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike willstand ROBINSON HEREFORD I A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE iijj T A New Discovery for theCertain Cure INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES FBALUBD SH fttfriitir 310 lid Kill Strut ST LOUIS IK STOKMES DRUG STORE of 4 No 104 Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY 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 BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Lei Siveryor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO BANK k d 1 Lancaster Lodge FAMis 493 THE NATIONAL 41 CAPITAL 5000000 OF LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STORMKS Vice President S C DENNY Cashier KY J F JR Asst Cashr RO l SON Jio 00000 I SURPLUS IIIt BookKeeper RTEuraay DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny Jno S Stormes W IIKinnalrd LOCAL TIME TABLES Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster II 10 AM Korthbnd Mixed 335 p M Xorthbnd Passgr 22 A M 1223 AM Queen Crescent Time Curd PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOCND Number 10 Daily except Sunday G00 anNumber Daily Stop istt pm Number Flag SiVamNumber 2 dont stop 1 5Cpra SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops when flaged 11 t6 am Number 5 Daily IlMamNumber 9 Daily except Sunday 7iV pm Numbers Midnight 11 pm CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time in eict July 11 1WX STATIONS LrLouuville 8 Lexington ll Winchester MtSterliyg no am COOpm 8ITuim S liun- lliTiun 918pm 12i un 94pm lirimArWashington i lOpin Philadelphia lUItam 701pm New l40nn HOSpm STATIONS lANewYork 500pm Philadelphia 10 20am 7ipmt Mpm 11 10pm MtSterling Tliain 1 10pm 5 SOnm i 12pm Winchester 7 S7am 1 Wpm i Sinn 24 iit ArLexingtou S rJam 110pm 7 00am rani- Arloulsville II Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone UEOWIJAKNEYD PA LEXINGTON Kv W S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office In the Bookout Buiidincr Danville street oppo ftc Presbyterian church KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatartificially digests the food and aidu Nature in strengthening and recon structing the It is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea all other results of imperfectdigestion Prepared by E C DcWItt ACo Crjlcago F P Frisbie KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases CVO KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed ReMedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c and 100 I D Cochran A C Robinson southbnd C f A UT S z o I a uu opm S O51111 ama wm ZO ND Mum S 110pm p 1It organs relieves Sick eminent i 8 o OOitm U IlL PARKERS BALSAMcleanse the hair I sever to Restore Gray I TE ir to it Youthful Cole r and Promotes msurfnt hIr U1g Pails We and 51 0 a1