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LI is I ELVENTB YEAR Entered at the Post Office Lancaster as Second Class Matter LOFIS LANDRAM Publisher THURSDAY AUGUST 3O 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t in Kr LANCASTER KY i ttothr NUMBER 21 CLEARANCE A Big Saving to Consumers on Every Bill Bought of us 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 conduct of our busi ness That is why it is considered here first last and all the time If we didnt make fascinating prices we wouldnt do the im mense volume of bus iness we now enjoy and if we didnt con tinue 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 You may be skeptical about our grand stock and bar gains you may be slow to change from one house to another yet you also may like to increase your sav ings and thereby make money Come to see us and we will show you what the saving amounts to on Dry GoodsNotionsShoes Clothing Furn ishing Goods and Hats LOGAN DRY GOODS DUMPilY 1 BIG SALE 7 THE 1 It p1 experiment L r i I e S fcANCAST6R ANt VICINITy I 00 fIeGO 010 ct 00000000000001000OOOOOOOO00000000000000 no 000 000 000 f Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor For School Shoes go to the Grocery Company Go to JA Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Best accommodations by Nicholas ville Stake Line RICE BKNQE aug30tf Come and get a straw hat for less than manufacturers cost LOGAN ROBINSON Wheat bought or stored Will buy wleator store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Hay I will rnn my hay press again this season Have your Hay baled now before bad weather sets in Call on or address S H Estes Lancaster 1720 The accomplished scribe of the Can onsburg Herald remarks that may be a fool but if he would publish all he knows about the codfish aristoc racy of the town there would be j exodus similar to that of the children of Israel County Court An average crowd was in town Mon day and considerable business was transacted There were several of cattle on the market and hundred sheep which sold at fair prices A Correction The daily papers erred in the state ment that Walter Perkins was robbed in Cincinnati It happened in Indiana where he had shown stock at the fair He had gone to tlie theater and some one entered his room at the hotel and took 78 his gold watch and his overcoat at the Old Stand I have purchased Mr Norris meat market on Richmond street and am once more ready to serve my old 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 kinds of produce hides etc Give me a call aug9tf T S ELKIN The Langdon Creasey Co better known as the Blue Grass Grocery has just put in a fine line of the very la test styles of shoes at prices that have pleased every one that has looked at them and you are invited to call and 1 jxamine Money refunded on any shoes taken out for inspection Yours bargains Blue Grass Grocery Co Langdon Creasey Co J R Manager An Excellent Service If there is one thing that Lancaster people are more proud of than anoth er that is the excellent telephone ser vice now being given by the local ex change A call is promptly and litely answered the instruments distinct and the entire ser vice strictly up to Mr Bastinthe gentlemanly managertells THE RECORD that by the middle of next month lines will be completed to Lexington Paris Cynthiana and all the important points in the northern part of the state We now have with the southern part of the state The system is known as the Independent and is giving the bell people a run for their money Lan caster owes a debt of gratitude to Mr Bastin for the good work he has done in completing this system Democratic Club The democracy of Garrard met at the Court House on Monday afternoon when Mr Joe E Robinson chairman of the County Campaign Committee explained the object of the meeting in a few remarks which proved con clusively that he is a democrat and that he has courage togive his for the faith that is in him Mr W I Williams in his usually brilliant manner nominated Mr A R Denny for temporary chairman who was unanimously elected after which Mr G B Swinebroad was elected secretary The chair appoint ed Messrs R H Tomlinson M F Rout J E Robinson A D Ford and Judge Joe S Robinson to draft resolu tions They reported in favor of such an organization of the county racy as would assist in electing the district state and national tickets recommending that the club be nain ed for Hon G G Gilbert After the adoption of the resolutions the meet ing adjourned to meet next Monday when Hon W B Smith will speak of here to elect permanent officers Messrs Frank Pierce R L Davidsor G B Swinebroad W L Lawson M F Rout and Robert Arnold were ap pointed to solicit members Mal y signatures were taken after adjourn ment each man taking hold in earn est with an abundance of enthusiasm on tap f of c Blue- Grass Pre bunches several Annis- ton a- Back patrons Ladles PAYNE pot area con- nectIOn 1 all date het- reasons dens an we as on of at an as to Hi Seed Rye for Sale Baugh 5an Beazley Hiattsville aug23tf Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor For a clean shave in a neat shop go to Henry Duncans on Richmond street Mr L L Teater and Miss Nora Ray of the Buckeye section were married on Wednesday Prof J II Patterson is conducting the Lincoln county Teachers Insti tute at Stanford Those bargains in furniture are fast call before they are all A Stone Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W Collector If you want a genuine bargain in summer dress goods go at once to sephs These goods are being cleared rapidly We can make it to your interest to see them To Town TaxPayers The 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 Strayed or Stolen Jersey cow 4yearsold black sides and white legs not dehorned Left my house Monday night the 13th Reward for information leading to her return J W Simpson Marksbu ry aug24tf To Whom It stay Concern My official term of foir years as President of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Company expired on the 21st day of the present month and I no longer connected with said in this or in any other official capacity J E DELPH There is a move on foot to start a bank at Junction City Several parties will be interested in it are informed It will be a private and not a national bank It looks as though such an institution would pay Junction City is growing rapidly Danville News Still on Deck I am again in charge of my imple ment business in Lancaster and have hand the Hancock and Disc Plow Superior and Kentucky wheat drills Capital wagon Disc harrows and all kinds of plows See me and will save you and sell you the best on the market VVJien I am out town keys to warehouse will be left E C Gaines Cos Theyll wait upon you k tf G S GAINES A Sad Death Mrs Humphrey Martin died at her mains were buried in Lancaster ceme on Saturday afternoon She was native of this countybeing a of Col Harvey Yantis and a sis ter of Mesdames T Currey Leander Davidson and W J Romans Her husband and four children survive her She was a member of the Church in that faith Hon G G Gilbert Speech Immediately after the organization the democratic club on Monday Hon G G Gilbert addressed a large crowd in the Court House He gave account of his stewardship saying that he had answered all letters by his constituents and watched their interests in reference te pensions and the allowance of war claims He said that we had become as European nations with theintelligence on one side and the corporate wealth and floaters on the other that the invita tion of Yerkes to the lovers of civil liberty was in bad taste as fourteen states had once resolved to defy the of the Upited States and that tilt republican party had often disregarded law in contests for power in the case of seating Hayes as President that civil liberty was upheld by democrats and that every trust is allied with the party that McKinleys cabinet was selected from the wealthiest who favor trusts and corporations that the Goebel election Jaw hurt a republican but it seated and the constitution of Kentucky made Goebel governor that there are congressmen who pay 2000 per month board and receive only 400 the representatives of the trusts instead of the people that 10000000 cheap Asiatic laborers will to compete with our labor as soon as the Philippines are admitted and that trusts contribute large sums the republican campaign fund and then raise the price of articles which they control thus causing the to pay the amount j was well and fre quently applauded fc t I going gone- R Notice Joe City ds company Danville stor Fridayin daughter Christian having been reared written always republican men Taylor being consumer address H ants Avery mane constitution never cohere contributes received t t me a to do Youre not so warm ifvou have one of Josephs pretty fan Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys you can get the best goods for the least money 75 pairs Ladies Shoes m small sizes range in price from 2 to 403 Will close at 75 1 and 150 ROBINSON For Sale or Rent Good fourteen room residence or sale on Danville street to H C Hamilton aug30tf When you lose a subscriber for some alleged offense your paper does not lose a reader as the offended person Hill manage to read his neighbors Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Pension Agent Gen D R Collier has received his appointment as Pension Agent for this State and it is reported that he will go on duty on Sept 1 Dress making We have moved into the house by Mr Fuller and are prepared furnish patterns cut and sewing of all kinds Mrs Maggie Hobbs and Sister aug242t Brodhead Fair Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton will a combined horse and compete for the prize to be given to the best turnout at the fair this week and we tie the blue on them in advance Mr C Cookston agent forCooper Co shows which exhibit here Friday was in town Aug 31 he says that they are doing an immense business and are introducing newly created circus features never before Street parade at 10 oclock Democratic Speaking Hon W B Smith has been asked by the democratic campaign to speak here and Hon R II Tomlinson and J Mort Rothwell will speak at Mt Vernon while MrLetch er Owsley has been called to speak at Somerset appointments will be filled on Sept 3rd 5 I or where LOGAN torrent Apply paper delinquents vacated toorder exhibit attempted committee These Wanted ajcar load of old iron and I bones r H B UOUTHCOTT Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G S Gaines or J M Logan About the best way td keep from becoming overheated is one of those pretty parasols at Josephs lIens and Boys shoes at prices that live and let live All styles and low prices at Blue Grass Grocery Co Mens 300 hand sewed shoes for 2 225 in tan or black Blue Grass Grocery Co A New Progress Sewing Machine given away absolutely free Call and see the machine R A Stone An unusual run of advertisements and local items shut out some good reading matter which will appear next issue We are here tc stay and cannot to do poor work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber A Good Appointment Mr J E Robinson has been ap pointed as chairman of the County Campaign Committee by the State Democratic committee Good sized bay mare for roadster purpose Must be a good one and full of life Apply at this office aug23 tf The Blue Grass Grocery Co on last Saturday morning surprised their ma ny customers by giving away 78 pecks of potatoes It pays to buy your there For the next ten days we will offer some SPECIAL DRIVES in Wool Dress Goons suitable for Fall and Winter wear We have placed the above goods on our bargain counter and ex tend an invitation to one and all to call and see them The Logan Dry Goods Company Reylval A meeting begins at the Methodist church next Sunday Prof Fogg of Covington will lead the music with Cornet lIe was in Lancaster some years ago in a meeting and his con sumate skill in music and consecrated life captivated our town We are glad to welcome him back I t et afford Wanted groceries 4 2 Sec our Fall line of Merchant Tailor ing Samples LOGAN ROBINSON If you want an uptodate fall suit leave your meaure with Logan Rou G uitars Violins Banjos Mandolins and full stock of strings for same at Thompsons Mason Jars at 35c a dozen created a perfect stampede last Tuesday at the Blue Grass Grocery store With every 30 worth of furniture you get a handsome picture free at RA Stones One thousand samples to select your fall suit from leave your measure with us Fit and satisfaction guaranteed LOGAN ROBINSON Base Ball Our second nine went to Hustonville last Saturday and played the of that city the score standing 10 to in favor of Hustonville A great many people were lucky enough to get 18 pounds Granulated Sugar for 100 during our special sugar sale last Tuesday Why dont you trade with the Blue Grass Grocery Co Store Room For Rent The large handsome store room now occupied by Fuller r Simpson as a grocery This j is largest grocery room in i one of the best stands Has ben occupied and house for many years Plenty of light Possession given after August 14 G S GAINES Sept 2nd next Sunday round trip Tickets to Brodhead Rockcastle County Fair on sale Aug to 31st good to return Sept 1 fare round trip Tickets to Barbourville count Knox County Fair on sale Sept nth to 7th inclusive limited to Sept 8th at one fare for round trip A special train will pass through Lancaster at 822 a m for Natural Bridge Ky on Sunday Septembe yth and 23rd October 7th and 21st 150 for round trip tickets good to return the same day Returning train leaves Natural Bridge at 530 p m inson first nine town ass L k N goodtoKyAccount atone KyAc S S the grocery queens are r Excursions 9th A L FIFTEEN HUNDRED STYLES TO SELECT FROM We represent the leading Tailoring Concerns in the country Lamm Co Chicago The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Born Co Chicago B Stern Son New York Murphy Bros Chica go and E V Price Co Chicago Suits to measure from 1500 to 5000 Pants to measure from 450 to 1500 fit and Workmanship Guaranteed With the advance of modern times innovations have been preeminently percep tible in the art of dress this has asserted itself as a much known quantity in mould ing the character ofman We have applied ourselves deligently in mastering the art and noiselessly have advanced with the tide ofevents until we have reached the pinnacle ofperfection We stand boldly and defiantly upon a platform of suprem acy because we are honest in the conviction that we have justly earned the distinct ion We owe it not own en tiiirg Exerticn but as well to the patience of our loyal Constituents our patrons and at their shrine we worship the inspiring idol confidence We recognize the power of this influence and shall faithfully and jealously guard our position in the field of Tailoring attained through their evidenced good gudg meat We propose to do it honestly legitimately and upon the lines of strict com i mercial our motto THE BEST ON EARTIT as a guiding star With a profusion of thanks and an expression of gratitude to our patrons for their liberal encouragement we have the honor to remain at Faithfully i all Tailoring J solely to our j 1 O 0 Inson r j 4044d44400444444400 44 highest principles with 1 I WE THE FAMOUS I This wagon is I rive guarantee and we know you will like them J J A Beazley Co oeoeooooo0ooooovoooooo tom HANDLE w j ONENSBOROI a sold on a posi ose en ooeeooo000000 a Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Line of r Fufnttuse and Carpets FURNITURE A New Lot Everything in Suits Beds Tables Safes Couches Sidefcoauds Wash stands Springs Matresses etc If you want to save money see R L Jennings Co Leading Merchants Paint Lick Ky R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards all Burton S LIVERY w SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY ALL KINDS OF ROOFING 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 U 4 I I p AlM EVERYBODY INVITED The people of this vicinity are invited to attend ourGrand Open ing Sale of Ladies Gents and Childrens SHOESThese shoes are not misfits but regular sizes direct from the best factories and sold at prices that will astonish you Call and examine them and be convinced NO CHEJPSHOES BUT GOOD SHOES CHEAP LANCASTER KY P I r a1 I I LAQDa CREASY COMPANY cb I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY 30 ig0 TERMS Y 1B IN ADTAKCK 100 50 25 lONE 011 CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS The Editor a Little Rent at Famous Old Resort A great many people believe that because an editor has a railroad pass and gets an occasional free ticket to the theatre or church social he goes through the on flowery beds of case Well these luxuries are good things to have about the house but there is one comfort the greatest of them all that seldom puts in its at a country printing office and that is rest Year in and year out the country editor puts in his time from seven a m to ten p m chasing around after enough cash to get out a paper We have been doing this for the past two years without an hour that we could call our own In fact it has been so seldom that we were able to spend a few moments at home we had to be introduced to our wife before she would let us enter the house The quotation used recently by Col Walton All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy is just as true today as when first uttered and the fact that our work on THE RECORD was about as dry as the aver age temperance lecture we decided to cut a stick take a dog and walk over to Crab Orchard Springs to spend a few days In leaving town a rubber neck friend wanted to know why we didnt stay at home and attend to business and if he went to the place we suggested he is now engaged otherwise than in shoveling snow M W W This issue of TIlE RECORD is in the skilled charge of Judge Mathew Daw son Hughes and his clever son Robert R style of firm Bob Hughes Father so tIle readers will have the benefit of one good paper for which they are oh Lord thankful It will be a great relief to the readers we know and if these able gentlemen should the helm for a short time there is no doubt but that the writer of this would be petitioned resign go and sin no more The Springs hotel was never in shape than this season While there is plenty of work for the and painter yet the buildings are comfortable and kept as clean as anew pin The table is excellentand even those who eat hog and hominy at home the kind of people who kick at rate charged Mr Hofmann is running the place for his health There art probably fifty people here now and they are sociable pleasant lot indeed We are free from boys and girls of te he age who make the lives of those about them miserable by their silly giggles The mornings are spent in strolling about the beautiful grounds and the afternoons ings in dancing card playing and amusements it is the pleasure to put in most of sleeping We sleep in the morning we sleep in the afternoon and get up in the night to sleep Our brain is about the size of a mus tard seed and we realize the import anceiof giving it all the rest possible It hasbeen our good fortune to be in the company of Judge R Boyd of London and Mr S V Rowland ol Danville two of the most noted and highly respected gentlemen in KenN tucky If space would permit we would reproduce some of the many in tresting bits of history we learned p V ae Enjoying would appearance realizing Ir better carpenter JudgIng t and other writer the frequently t 0 11 remain ev t ic ers by listening to them They are the kind of older gentlemen who think it no crime to be caught in the company of young men and who take delight in talking for the edification of like the writer who thank God was raised to have respect for old age If there has been a political argu ment on these grounds since my I have not heard of it It is said that when a man comes here and be subject he is promptly put under the Keeley treatment The men read the papers closely but they keep their troubles to themselves This is a luxury for which Mr Ilofmann easily fill room if he would only advertise it One man die open fire on the crowd the other day He was comer and just as the crowd was beginning to leave Dr Dick re ceived a telegram which read Lookout for my husband Give him Kee ley treatment If those good people who are always howling for purity in politics would give the politicians the Keeley treatment it would do more good than all other plans We know from experience PBEACHEBSYILLE The weather has been unusually hot the last week Brown Cress sold some nice hogs to D M Anderson for 4c J P Rogers sold some nice hogs to Arthur Lunceford at 4ic for 20 per head The teachers of the public schools week There is a very interesting meeting going on near this place at Harmony conducted bythe Revs W ins and Ira Parton with four to date FPettusJ Thompson and J S McCarley and the sale of stock c will be Sept 3 at the home place near here The family of Thompson are visiting their uncles family A J Mrs Will Tudor at Manse Sunday Illinois is vis ting his father this week Garfield Robbins of Bell county is visiting at this Rothwell is quite sick now and his recovery seems doubtful LOWELL The school is flourishing pupils and great interest We regret the loss of the Buckeye family from our community but them to their new friends atBerry Mr Logan of Richmond will emu py the Eucker house Miss Ann Betis has returned home after a protracted visit to Lancaster The Sulphur water is better than Mr and Mrs Wilson are the guests of Dr Mays Mr Wilson is confined to his room with a slight attack of fe ver Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson visited Miss Anderson at Mr Geo Ballards this week Miss Tomlinson visited the Lowell satisfaction with the work being ac comphshed She is a member of theCounty Board of Examiners conse quently a competent judge The following crowd spent ful day at Slate Lick SpringsT i ile Mrs Lear and daugh Alma and Mary Mr Lackey and family Mr Wm Miss Fielders of Richmond Miss Tom ch gve fellows arrival gins on this combined yearling attending accession T F sisterMr Bob Horton of talkingplaceGideon manifested commend obtain school and expressed great Sat rday Ramsey and daughter Lu and Mary terse I 1 every anew 1R Math sixt ode W light apace of a llnson of Lower Garrard Mjsa Area Anderson Miss Bossie and Rich Ballard Miss Nannie Ballard is visiting in Bryantsville and Danville A race war is threatened in Sabine county Texas Two blacks in New South Wales murdered ten white persons Seven persons were hurt in a rail road collision at Pilot Point Texas John Broadstreet committed suicide at Knox Indiana by shooting Lightning destroyed a fine Baptist church at Todd county A number of arrests will be made at Akron 0 on account of the rioting A string of army transports are pouring troops into China by way of Taku A negrogirl in Al abama gave birth to quadruplets all girls Two were struck by a train at Anderson Indiana and were fatally dentists fought a duel at New Orleans and one was dangerously wounded One hundred British prisoners were rescued by the forces under Col Ba denPowell The 1300 Cuban teachers who have been seeing the sights of this country sailed for Havana In Estill county Owen Neal shot White and the wounded mans recovery is doubtful Incendiaries attempted to destroy the plant of the Marsden Cellulose Company at Linden Ind The new census givesjfndianapolis population of 169164 an increase of 6044 per cent over 1890 An express train on the phiaand Reading railroad was near Reading and the fireman was killed Two persons were burned to and a third injured perhaps fatally by a coal oil explosion near Franklin Texas The wife of a wealthy Indiana committed suicide because her husband had made preparations to sell their farm Gov Nash fears more trouble at Akron Ohio and will keep troops protect city offlcials from citizens The San Francisco Trades Council ordered a general boycott of all the goods turned out by ninehour planing mills Dissatisfied with the government count Cincinnati has taken a public census but this only shows an increase 5938 over the official figures There is no more smallpox at St Johns Eruptive Hospital Louisville Two cases proved fatal and the deaths were unusually pathetic father and son dying Gen Roberts confirmed thesentence of death imposed upon Lieut Cordua the Boer who was convicted of being ringleader in the plot to abduct Gen Roberts Mine operators at La Follette are preparing to eject miners from the companys houses because the men refuse to sign a contract the operators from liability for accidents in the mines Tallow Dick Combs gave bail at Georgetown Republican Postmaster Perry of Winchester becoming his surety Youtseys physician reports his condition much improved A terrific storm swept along the beach of Nome on August 7 a large number of barges and launches Nearly forty bodies have since been washed ashore at Nome and other places in the vicinity M L Brown of Greensburg Ind a brakeman on the Big Four was shot Friday night and seriously wounded by tramps whom he tried to eject faom his train A posse of fifty men headed by Marshal Crimra has been since scouring the country around Cleves Ohio for the hoboes Brown is reperted to be in a critical condition at the hospital here Meantime the officers here have arrested four men who are thought to be the ones who were put off the train Louis Peck the negro whose assault of a little rlflte girl started the riot at Akron Ohio last week was taken back to Akron frofa Cleveland and was tried and ed to life imprisonment after the trial he was taken to the penitentiary at olumbus The trial was conducted with such expedition ues peaceable Little Rhoda shot during Wednesday nights outbreak died Friday Does ItPay to Bay Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if notpossible 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 heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the disease but allays inflammation expectora tlon gives a good nights rest and the patient Try bottle Peccommended many by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes I IE e r U y rda relatives r J011 U 0 nineteenyear ld men injuredTwo Elmer PhIl del wrecked farmer angry releasing destroying attempted sent nc ImmedIate- ly peopleknewDavid- son Was i introduced success easy t 1 r 1 000000000GENERAh NE1 S- ooeoaoe Fairview Beat thereto hays Tennessee only causes cures ONE years i a h 19 of to it James Smith bought a horse from James Middleton for GOB R Early Fayette lost five fine cows from eating Paris Green Lutes Co bought of J T Hack ley of Lincoln 10 ewe lambs at J T Walsten of Perryville has sold a pair of 5yearold mare mules for 300 John L Armstrong of McAfeeKy sold last week one pair aged mules for J J Thompson sold E Miller UOOpound cattle at 4ic and to Alex Denny bunch little heavier at 4c Robert Wilson of Nepton says the roduct of twelve of his ewes wool lambs this season was an of 1050 Samuel Redd of Fayette sold sixty tour export cattle weight 1574 lbs for 510 per cwt This is an average 8027 per head Dr R last week sold 91 feeding cattle at 460 per cwt He also bought 20 yearlings for October delivery at 4 Gazette The American Cultivator says that pumpkins are fine feed for cows in winter When fed they should be crushed Dry corn should never be fed under any circumstances James C Lewis of Montgomcrysold W II Renick of Paris 90 head of 2year old cattle average weight 1100 pounds at 4 cents to be delivered the latter part of Ken tuckianIt estimated that 4300000 cows would be necessary to produce an used in the United States Chicago Stockman x Messrs S J Baily and Ben T Head bought last week of Mr Leonard Johnson his farm known as the old Dudley Bowman place three miles eastr of Burgin paying 10725 there for or 65 an acre for the 165 acres Skim milk pays better when fed to hens than when fed to hogs and since is always easy to be had while ground bone is scarce and often rather expensive we see no reason why hens should not be supplied first the and Farm Terrific windstorm sweeps over Wisconsin doing great damage to fruit and corn At Sheboygan eight large buildings and over 200 dwelling houses were wrecked and the loss in that city alone is at 300000 Big yield Miss Lucy Bush recently threshed a field of wheat that made fortyfive bushel per acre This is about the best yield that can be made on Anderson county soil and the boasted Blue Grass rarely does as well Anderson News Harrodsburg writes Kindly report sale of Shropshire ram advertised in your columns to i 8 110 to C and II Yantis 50Fleming octoberParis quantity surplusHome pecuniary estimated q B Bonta S average Dir 31 tour elms Drury of Breckinrldge county Mr Drury was well pleased and says this ram is the best sheep ever brought to that section of the state Farmers Hume Journal Cream should never be permitted to become thick and lumpy before Lumps in the cream make white specks in the butter If it has lumpy strain out the lumps placing the cream in the churn Matt Turhey who has been living in the Ruddles Mills precinct has bought the Wilson farm in Scott coun ty between Lexington and George town The place contains 475 acres and the price paid was seventyfive dollars per acre Bourbon News Montgomery county Davis sold to L Joseph 136 export cattle weight 1400 pounds at 550 per cwt except one car which goes at 5 cents G T Fox sold to Simon Well 77 export cattle same weight at 525 per cwt and Messrs Prewitt sold to same 55 export cattle average weight 1375 pounds thirtysix at 525 ant nineteen at 5 per cwt Bourbon News Cattle sold at 6 or over on both Wednesday and Thursday last On Wednesday W F Herrin of Buffalo Ill marketed fourteen 1350 lb at 606 and on Thursday Wm Chesney of Tiskilva Ill had in 20 graded Angus twoyearolds averaging 1335 pounds that brought 6 Mr Herrin is the man fed the 7 25 Hereford yearlings that averaged 1 281 pounds here last D e c e m b e r Breeders Gazette Charles E Smith the Eastern Kentucky land and timber dealer has just closed one of the largest timber deals made in Kentucky for years He has sold to a German syndicate 620000 oak timber trees to the foreign located in the heart of the of Eastern Kentucky and near the line of the Lexington and Eastern railway which places them close to the markets A large sum will be for the sale of these trees In very warm weather and when horses are doing heavy work it is an excellant practice to take water to the fields and water the horses two or three times in the course of a day This is little trouble and is o wonderful help to the team besides being human This can be by placing a barrel on a low sled drawing it to a convenient in the field and wrapping the barrel with wet gunny sacks The water can thus be kept reasonable cool for a day Price Bros sold 45 feeders toMiller of Illinois at 415 for future delivery 51heavyDenny sold to Joe Bates for S S one car of cattle weighing 1300 lbs and another car for future delivery at same price Robert bought of Fox McDowell two of cattle fb feed this fall Wm Grimes sold 100 yearlings at 4c to Miller of Illinois who has bought 500 or 700 cattle in Lincoln and Garrard Sam Baughman sold to J K Baughman ten yearling mules at 5759 per head G A Swinebroad sold 50 ewes at 4 per head e churning become before in buyer Shorthorns who syndicate mountains realized halt accomplished point at 44 Red 8 G C I COMING If q COOPER COs Big United Rail Road Shows IN LANCASTER ON FRIDAY AUGUST 30 Traveling on their own tram of cars 50 PERFORMERS 50 5 FUNNY MIRTH CLOWNS 5 3O PERFORMING HORSES PONIES 3O The Greatest Troupe of Japanese Per formers in the world 10 in number a salary of 1000 per week Everything new double its former size A Big and Glittering Street Parade at 1030 Free open air Band Concei t030 Doors open at 1 and 7 p m Performances commencing one hour Do not forget the date riday Aug 30 The only Big Rail Road Show that will visit Lancaster this year No fakes or gambling connected in any way with this show v f5 arid 25 cents PRO KING A iVIlSSI 1 WILL EXHIBIT ater v Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand A T McROBERTS DRUG STORE i 7 GO TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine Sta tionery of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 LILLARD v STOUT4k The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville RUGS 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 ahd 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 1OOChoice of any Straw Hat in our House at 100 This includes 100 200 and 300 grades See our window for bargains in Shoes Clothing at big reduction IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 3 THE GLOBE Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIR5GH DANVILLE Successors to J L Frohman Co KENTUCKY B B Jones Pres W E G Spink Vice Pres 2sT T Dwomen to prepare for positions as Bookkeepers Stenographers and Operators The demand is greater thanythe supply For further particulars address Lexington Business College LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I 1 Ac r Pl vv V 4 1 2 E3 0 0 E SI I S STORM tSTORE FOR 00 SSS s t ffl 0r T01 flJ 9 v FI m 1i I I I IJ Amen and r 1 S 0 a E- Q t Ss E I Young 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 Danvillepike HEREFORD Our Stock in Every Department Never More Complete Than Now It 1t1t1t1t1t1t1t1t01t0If Was J EI if 1i I- oo 1 1t ji- WI 1 t THere isnt a more complete line of new AflP DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES In the state than we carry e GOOOGeooo ooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOtoOooooooocooooo ooo ij D RUG S I rt 1 1 f J t rr P J i1 rJ- a We have a 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 fullassortment o oocoooooooocoooooooooaovovovvvvoovvvovvww Pharmacy Lancaster Ky1Frisbies IJjlilil J JjjJfJffi11t It It It It It lt lt Y 0 0 r15 P e rft Y 1 P F1111ti F1 otO o CENTRAL RECORD TJTUKSDAF AUGZSTjo xpoo ASOUT people The W C T U is solteitin a i for the India sufferers Misses Cora and Ada Wesley are with relatives it Mt Vernon Misses Lou and Lilly Grant leave this week to attend the fair Miss Knapp West is visiting her Mrs Jeff Dunn of Bryantsville Miss Annie Herndon will entertain her young friends Thursday evening Mr Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard spent Friday with her son Dr Beaz Mr J E Bruce one of Lincoln coun tys leading stock men was in our city Monday Mr John Shtigars of Pennsylvania is expected this week to visit Ins brother Wm Shugars Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholas vine is with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West this week Mr Sim Wortham was in Lancaster this week to see his brother Smith who is on list Mrs George Farris sent thirtyfive dollars and a half from Garrard toward the Ladies Goebel fund Mrs Hattie Tankersley and son Eu gene returned home Saturday I alter a visit of several days with her par ents Misses Daisy and Margaret Collier of Boyle county visited Miss Ann Hill Monday and she accompanied them home Mrs and Mrs J S Armstrong of Dallas Texas are with the latters and mother Capt and Mrs F J WhiteMr Mrs W S Jordan of Indian apolis are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy They are now at the latters parents Mr and Mrs James W Pumphrey Rev B A Dawes and family are spending several days with Mr Clay Sutton and mother Dr DaweSj who has charge of a prosperous Baptist church in the Highlands of Louisville will return to the city this week on business Mr E C Walton the hustling manager of the Interior Journal this oillce a call on Monday He edited that excellant paper in a creditable manner while W Virginia He says that he the Brodhead fair for his sum mer outing Open for the Season Cool 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 oniPro CRAB ORCHARD KY rL 0 00 0 00000 0 o I J f Brodhead ley ortham the paid highly I attend 1 I7I D gp II2 g yCo ooo Quiet of Gus Hofm i iJ tI oooooaooo 0444004000000o4oootyoot o0000e00011900 sister li r W sick r county 1 t father business vain will ry ift Y 44I 4444CY y4004d4OO- R I r aoaoa a4a4ooao I a J r i- l s p Mrs Sim Slaughter of Danville is visiting Mrs G S Gaines Mr R H Batson is at home from the Springs for one day Mrs Lizzie Simpson is visiting her son John at Marksbury Miss Nell Murphy of Stanford was with friends here Friday D P and Fred Burdett are visiting Miss Bessie Batson this week Prof Postel and wife have returned from an visit to Michigan Mr Ira Taylor the popular drum inch of Shillito Co was in town ThursdayMiss West of Richmond is visiting the family of Mr and Mrs Alex West Mr Johnnie Simpson entertained Tuesday evening at his home on Stan ford street Mr A J Rice and wife of Marksbu ry were the guests of Mrs Joe Faul coner Monday Miss America Kcmper of Boyle spent Monday with her cousin Mrs II A B Marksbury Misses Bessie Marksbury Julia Mae Gaines and E G Brown spent Sun day at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Alex West entertained at Tuesday a few friends in honor of Mrs Gowen of Tennessee Mrs A II Rice of Nashville Tenn will arrive Friday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs II A B Marksbury Mr Louis Landram and Miss Altie Marksbury are spending the week at Crab Orchard Springs Misses Bessie Batson and Cora Ward will be the pleasant guests of Miss Willie Belle Btirnside this week Cards have been received here the birth of Abram LaRue son of Mr and Mrs A L Cox nee Miss Pearl Ilolcomb Mrs Dr II P Bosley of Danville with her children Fleecie and ITarry spent several days this week with Dr and Mrs Kinnaird Mr Goodloe Lackey of Missouri and pretty little daughter Mary Good loe are visiting his father D M Lack ey Danville street Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton will at tend the Brodiiead fair this week and gillie there will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Cherry The following attended the party given by Miss Mary Thompson last Wednesday evening Helen Gill Guy Davidson Martha Gill Walter Hud son Lizzie Hudson Marshal Denny Norma Stone Tom Wall Kittie Ma son Jim Anderson Edna Helm of Henderson Charlie Collier Allie Willie West Marietta Crow of Louisville Paul Miller Carrie Boul den of Lexington Harry Anderson Georgie Henry Robert Elkin Annie Herndon Lewis Gill Ethel West John Norris Bessie Shugars Shirly Elkin Lee Stone Earl Farra Pearl Bettis George Harris Stella Huston Henry Bastin Lizzie Grimes Charlie Philips Bertha Mae Bright of Lex ington C W Young Bessie Batson John Simpson Cora Ward Harry Tomlinson Willie B Burnside Louis Herndon Katherine Hood Will Wal ker Kate Simpson Eph Brown An nie Yantis Ollie Wallace Bessie Gul ley Lige Sam Denny His 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 Fever that ran into My lungs became hard ened couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New 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 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles at McRoberts Every bottje guaranteed 1m announcing Yantis and wonderful r wasso weak I Discovery medicine izes Drug- Store extended dinner and Jrs Arnold Pneumonia free i r liancastef Its I to91Pi9t11f iifIIIIItit111P9itllllif 1111111111if 11 NIflfl111111t1i111P Future oJIkJ11J6111U1l116UN111UiJ1U11 JIIl11J111N1111111JlIJUllIJlUliri irJ J Within three months the popula tion of Lancaster at the time the census was taken will be made public There are those whose en thusiasm outweighing their judgment predict that over two thousand per sons will be shown to reside in the county seat of Garrard Others with a pessimistic turn of mind will not concede more than fourteen hundred Be this it it may let the census show what it will Lancaster must profit by a per cent pf increase or a per cent of decrease is recorded If the latter it should cause her cit izens to blush with shame for not making more of the towns and recovering from the morti fication push forward with a born of a will that succeeds making up for lost chances If the the former which now seems proba almost should and will encourage every inhabitant the man who sees no good ahead for the village as as the man who has the interests of his home place firmly inbedded in his bring forth every effort to make Lancaster twice as large perhaps ten times as large when in 1910 the census is again takenLancaster was given more than one talent by the Maker of the Universe Can it be that unlike the character in Sacred History it will seek to bury them as did the possessor of only one We do not beiievethis of the old town She has a future a great future and her citizens must be made to recognize the fact Theres a log to lift Place the optomist at one end the pessimist at the other Dont let the optomist lift too high at the start or the bear down too much By a pull altogether the future prosperity of the town is assured It is surrounded by one of the best agricultural sections in this land a country that will grow the best corn the largest crops of wheat the tallest hemp the most prolific meadows and the finest fields of upon which graze the fattest herds of cattle the fastest of the State the best hogs and sheep This in itself would be quite enough to make any town the center of such thrift a power in the munici palities of Kentucky But that is not all the country round about Lan caster offers to its support Every citizen of this county loves the coun ty seat and wats to see it grow for in its growing tile farmer will have a greater demandfor his productsthe stockraiser a larger field for the dis position of what he owns JZo place should better start It is up to the citizens of the town itself then to make Lancaster move The last ten years has brought us an electric light plant and a telephone tall land marks on the road to success The Louisville Nashville Railroad company has given us better railroad pas senger trains a day each that make good connections for Louisville and Cincinnati The last decade of years in the nineteenth century has seen one of the best graded schools in Centr Kentucky grow and in our town it has seen a building boom parts of Lancaster that is not yet and let us hope will never be seen another mill added to the one which has so long furnished the community with the staff of life it has seen a large brick hotel and opera house rise Pheo nixlike the ashes of the M iller block and other creditably buildings erected on the site of those which the fiery monster had devoured it has seen the feeling of brotherly love grow though not as it might and spiritual light find a more welcome abiding place in many homes What will the next ten years bring forth It Should be an era ofprosper sty Lancaster needs another It can be secured almost for the asking The Southern will build an extension through Lancaster from Burgin to the mountains of Kentucky land open up a field of untold wealth recent itwhether opportunities detEr- mination bleaye certainit heartto horses exchangetwo facilitiestwo nourish big flouring railroad well pessimist bluegrass want a way indifferent offer from Ft if the people of Garrard county and Lancaster will only raise a small amount of money Railroads are still independent corporations Years ago Danville thought the L N would forced to its line to Knox ville through the place and refused to meet the road halfway The L N said it would run close enough to the county scat of Boyle for its shrill to be heard there And it did The road was built four from the town through Junction City and every time a Danville citizen hears an L N locomotive blow he regrets that such a poor display of judgment was made by the town Experience isa dear but true teacher Danville has profitted by experience She doesnt intend to hear any more whis tles from trains that do not pass through her streets or at least her suburbs Danville is after the of the Southern which is as cer tain to be built as next New Years day marks the dawn of the Twentieth century But the Southern prefers the route through Garrard and and will build this way if encouraged It is a very small man indeed who would stand in the way of such a step in the great movement toward progress A lantern placed behind a very small man on a dark night will make a very large shadow lied any man who does not want this new railroad and is unwill ing to sacrifice something to see its cars as well as to hear its whistle is not only standing very much in his own light and that of the community but is casting big shadow over the prosperity of the county and town It is not necessary here to review the would accrue from the new railroad They have been told many a time and oft Every citizen in the county knows them It is time to act Will Lancaster and Garrard county have another railroad before the next census is taken The an swer is with the people here Lancasterneeds water works and an ice factory Both are within reach Who stands in the way of them Let him be pushed aside The most air a can put on is off ered with the advent of waterworks It offers the atest inducement to new enterprises Lancaster could well stand several more factories mills and the like They are necessary to in crease the towns wealth and Water works afford the only real protection against fire and hasnt Lancaster suffered enough from fire No one will dare to deny it As for the ice factory Lancaster had an ice famine two days last week As the mercury climbed the prospects for ice grew Finally the crisis was pass ed and the supply again became equal to the demand Lancaster cannot run such risks An ice factory is a neces ity Will it and the water works be built within the next ten years There should be but one the next ten months Lancaster may have other these are the greatest They attention first Give us the railroad the waterworks and the ice factory and the longest step a popula tion of several thousand for by the time the next census is taken will be made Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the ilized world Your mothers and never using else for indigestion or Bilious hess 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 undigested food regulate the of the liver stimulate the 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 b construct whistle extension Lancaster benefit metropolitan town g population answerYes within s but toward Lancaster largest cm v grandmothers anything action nervous In e miles sufficiently lest demon thought af a m Our Delicious SODAWATER ADVERTISES ITSELF UR fDESCRIPTION DPT- Is mOT EXCELLED InYWHERE OOOOOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooOOOtOooooo t 1 PP f 1- u r 1 V1ORG Smith Currey Agents for Dan yule Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Ottice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Advertising Car No 1 of the Coop er Co Shows was in the city Wed nesday last and the surrounding is ablaze with the flaming circus posters The combined shows will exhibit here Friday August 31 Grand street parade at 10 a m Elks Carnival The Elks of Louisville will give Industrial Exposition and Car nival beginning Sept 17th and two weeks It will include over 350 trade exhibits and a Midway of Oriental novelties Low rates have been granted by all railroads entering the city and over a quarter of a of people is expected to attend One Hundred Old Freedom church in this hundredth anniversary of its exist ence the Tates Creek Association met there on that day and on Wednesday and the members enjoyed a season of spiritual refreshment in referring to the days of long ago and the instan ces of the good that had been done within its ancient and sacred walls May the good work continue for many more centuries Fall Announcement I have over 1000 samples of the la test designs in foreign and domestic woolens from the famous firms of Wanamaker Brown of Philadel phia and the Howard Tailoring com pany of Chicago on exhibition at T S Elkins store in the Thompson block on Richmond avenue allwool suits at 8 to 20 Fit wear and quality guaranteed Give me a call before placing your order for a winter suit or overcoat I also have samples of the largest stock of ready made clothing in America Prices low and quality very su perior M D HUGHES Agt Only Too True Its mighty queer how some people will rear up on their hind feet and paw the air when some item of news happens to be a little off in facts yet these same people would not tell you the item if you asked for it before the paper was printed says the South Fork Pa News There are some people from whom you not draw a local with a abso lutely dont know any news But af ter the paper comes out they will say that your were misinformed about some local happening and wonder why you cant get things straight A Cold Fact The editor can write more cheerful ly of the business interests of the town when his columns are liberally tilled with the advertising of the bus iness houses No editor can advocate the doctrine of buying from the home merchants unless the home merch ants show they are interested in to the home trade by in the columns of the local news paper i depressing to the editor to find business men patronizing every advertising fake that comes along and at the same time the names of these business men are rarely if ever seen in the advertising columns of the local newspaper and Printer Resolution of Respect It is with sorrow we note the death of one of our Christian Temperance Unions truest friends MrJas Dilk n He always ready to help us In ev ery good work Like the good tin he did all he could to administer to those who had fallen by the way side and to uplift his fellowman Christ hath said as Ort as ye hath done good to leastrof these ye have done good unto me Resolved The W 6 T U extend to the family their sincere sypathy Resolved That a copy of these res olutions be sent to the family and printed in the CENTRAL RECORD MRS GILL Prest MRS FFARR J Secy ro 100otJ country another lasting million countywas agolast Absolutely astonishingly corkscrewthey advertising S marI f 000e000004 hOCRh G Years could catering Press was M T The Cooper Co Show A Show Wltlt New Born Ideas That the Cooper Co have well earned their deserved success is attes ted by what the press and the critics have to say of their shows which will exhibit here Friday Aug 31 the ad vanced press notices have words of praise for them their performance is presented in as new and attractive form as modern thought and inven tion will permit They have a of masterly innovations never before presented which are in accordance with the spirit of the times The advent of Cooper Co shows has in a great measure uplifted the amusement business and it can be truthfully said that they are modern showmen with modern ideas Cooper and Companys Big UAlted Hall Road Shows Will make their annual visit to Lan caster Friday August 31 giving two performances daily afternoon and evening This Show has a firstclass reputation wherever they have shown The performance is of the highest class and up odate in every respect employing performers and musicians of ability Ladies and children can visit this show with perfect without escort No Gamblers Fakirs or Sharks of any description are or will be tolerated around the show The Management has made this a rule and has won fame and good standing with the best people of the country by enforcing it The has been reduced to 15 and 25 cents l Circuit Court Notes In the case of Henry Hughes ad ministrator against the L N rail road Judge Sautley gave peremptory instruction for the defendant after plaintiffs testimony had been taken which was regarded as insufficient to make out a case of negligence against the road Messrs R H Tomlinson Robert Harding and G B Swine represented the plaintiff and Messrs John T Shelby and Louis L Walker represented the defendant Frank Garnett colored and Alfred Preston were sentenced to serve one year in the penitentiary for house breakingWalter Simpson colored got one year for grand larceny- A motion to dismiss an indictment against the L N for unjust dis crimination was sustained After disposing of a number of civil cases court adjourned on Saturday until Tuesday morning On Tuesday Lewis McFarland a colored deaf mute was acquitted of the charge of detaining a colored because the proof was insuffi cient multitude thorough- y safety allowed admission broad woman l d f Shot In The Philippines Jno R Curtis His teeth were in perfect order as are all the people who go to Dr Hobson Careful strict attention to business correct prices Teeth extracted 25cts the best set of teeth in the world 750 a solid gold tooth 550 SPECIAL To all patients of Garrard who this card and come before Sept 1 1900 and have 500 W9rth of work done I will pay Rail Road fare both ways Refrence Richmond National Bank DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond ICy Office door to Government Build ing in Hobson Bldg Ky open all night attention cutout ext I Richmond Office A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me To those wanting Big Bargains I am selling a 1 1 Spring and Sum 9 mer goods at cost Come get some of these bargains Sallie D THIett AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool london Globe North British Merchautile ORGANIZED 1888 Another Word KINNAIRDINSURANCE Rrpresentin Companies AetnaLife Ins Co gf HartfordConn r R1 r 0 o ill c TEENS NATIONAL Bill tOF LfO18TBBIT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED narefntand PromptAtteattonGoaraatccd I M HiaoiHBOTHAic Freilden- L wis Y LiATMi VlcePresldeni B F HUDSOK Cathiei V O KISHIY AsalitantCaalit WAI B Bootte p DIRECTORS IMHiaeiNBOTBAK LXWII Y IiBATILX PUBLIC SALE Saturday Sept 8 1900 As I have a awaiting me at Cincin nail I will on the named date on tiltpremises of G A Slier 1 mile eaSt of ersvilleon Drakes Creek sell v TWO TRACTS OF LAND First tract contains I5J acres well waterdand improved Good stone cue frame Louse containing nine rooms and cellarSew stock barn blacksmith show and all necessary outbuildings two neverfailing This knownas the Buck Anderson place Second tract contains IM acres In state of cultivation This land is all In clover timothy and bluegrass One small house It is the youth end of the Alex Beaz ley farm and is under good fence A LOT OF GOOD STOCK Will also sell 5 firstclass milk cows 2 first old four of them mares others 2 yearold horse mnlts Will also sell 200 too d stock ers some stock hogs 1 mowing machineplows Deering binder and a household SOME TOPPY HORSES also sell 2 firstclass ne o f them well broken and best acting horse in thestate to go four and without spot or blemish 12yearold gelding well Terms liberal and made known on day ofI t D r MAs1toLD Pre ch l todrIvehighgrade hs 8t16 blemishwe C and JtS G S LEEaug lfi ti 4 I BFIIvssox- 31PAL n A a will s J M A I r 7 i t RHEUMATISM Distorts Muscles Shatters Nerves Stiffens JointsIs due toan acid poison which gains access totheblood through failure of the organs to carry off poisonthroughand nerves causing the most intense pain Rheumatism may attack with such suddenness and severity as to make a few days a healthy active person helpless and bedridden with distorted limbs shattered nerves or it in severe to make one feel uncomfortable the ten chronicSexposure to or cold wnt of food insufficient clothing or anything calculated to impair the health will frequently cause it to develop g5 in life but more often not until middle age or later In vhatever acute or m Rheumatism is Strictly a Blood DiseaseP and no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble Neither do the preparations of potash AL and and the various mineral salts which the doctors always prescribe cure Jim ruin the digestion and the constitution J A remedy builds up the general health and at the same time rids the system of the is the certain cure for Rheumatism S S S made of roots herbs of wonderful solvent purifying properties attacks the disease in the way and in the right blood and quickly neutralizes the neal stimulates mid reinforces the overworked wornout organs and clears the system- of al unhealthy accumulations S S S cures permanently and thoroughly and keeps the l lood in a pure healthy state Mr J O Malley 13 W isth Street Indianapolis Ind for eighteen months was so afflicted with was unable to feed or dress Doctors said his case was hopeless He had tried prescriptions that friends had given him without the slightest relief A few bottles of 6 S S cured and he has never a rheumatic This was five years ago tWe will send free our book on Rheumatism which should be in the hands sufferer from this torturing disease Our physicians have made blood and skin life study and will you any or wanted so write them fully and freely about your case We make no charge whatever for this service Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga r acquiredorI breakdown placethe deposits SS lit 0 severY diseases I I A since Churn Swindle A swindle is reported from various part of the country of which farmers will do well to beware The agents offer a churn which they claim will largely increase the yield of butter from any given quantity of milk and they offer to prove this assertion Chemicals it appears are slipped into the milk and cream when the purcha sers back is turned and the butter comes more quickly and in greater volume than it usually does on the premises invaded Of course the re sultant mass is not pure butter but the agent collects his money and de parts before the fraud is discovered A Ministers Good Wortai 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 lie 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 tvfenty minutes if he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured For sale by all dealers 1m For Sale Stock of Good 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 reasonaoly 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 14 miles to the nearest town Will sell or exchange for a good farm Call or address Mrs K M Scott Beuna Vista Ky aug 25t No Right To Uulinesi The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac tive 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 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 McRoberts drug store The Louisville Horse Show Will be held October 1519th and judging from the appearance of the Prize List a copy of which we have just received the show will be a credit to the State of Kentucky 3he Association hangs up 10000 which will be awarded in premiums to sixty five different classes of horses Ken tucky has never had a real indoor horse show and the metropolis of the State now promises to make up for lost opportunities The Horse Show will be a hightoned affair society will turn out in its best dress and it will be the citys biggest fall event The railroads will all grant low rates for both people and horses and enormous crowds are ex pected to attend the five exhibitions Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the resultofhis splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous 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 Ohio girl who is unable to speak above a whisper has had fortysaven offers of marriage A word to the wise etc Millions will be spent in politics this year We cant keep the 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 eat and allows you to eat all the good food want It radically cures stomach troubles 1m t ali inclusive altogether e energy campaign Dyspepsia you P Prlsbia blotches alI V c IiB- An ft P A Kansas man has struck a new way of getting a living lie has a Hock of GOO turkeys which in of board for himself he moves from one farm to another where they clean up the grasshoppers with which the farms of that section are infested Trhough the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and 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 An exchange speaks of two of the most men on record The first will not drink as much water as he wants unless it comes from his well The second forbids his family to write anything but small hand as it is a waste of ink to make large letters Both of them refuse to take a newspaper on the ground that it is such a strain on their spectacles to read Piles are not only in and of them selves very painful and annoying but often greatly aggravate and even cause father 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 Have you ever felt the thrill that comes from having a sweet girl into your eyes and tell you that she loves you No My nearest approach to it was when the loveliest maiden I ever knew put her arms around my neck and with her sweet lips close to mine said George I adore you And you weren thrilled by that Nope I was just about to be thrilled when her father who without our knowledge or to be standing back of me got into action I wouldnt insult the feeling I had by calling it a mere thrill 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 Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and complete cure For sale by all dealers Riches have wings and greenbacks might as well be printed on fly paper 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 The only thing a man wants after he gets all the money he needs is more Why Dont You No appetite you say Stomach feels bad Well take Dr Gald wells Syrup Pepsin and you can eat any thing McRoberts drug store 1m The title often sells a it always catches the American heiress 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 Look out for them Take only DeWitts Witch Salve It cures piles and all skin diseases Frisbie 1m Hush money usually talks for both parties interested in the transaction You will never find any other so prompt and so pleasant as Little Early Risers F P Frisbie 1m The shorter a man is in his accounts the longer it takes to find him 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 mes 1m Time is you take aWa terbury watch to the pawnbroker Constipation impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most 3om 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 digestion and arouses the liver to activity Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m A man cant check his creditors less Jiis bank account is all right i s m B consideration sickness neighbors lookup happened consent Chamberlains something EaU bookand DeWitts Hazel F P piUs C C J E Stor moneyuntil normal ul r Y Even the change in a retail dry ijoods store comes to him that waits Plump cheeks flushed with the soft of health and a pure complexion make all women beautiful Herbine imparts strength and vitality to the cheek Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The regulation price of liberty is ten dollars for ten days The human race is but a contest for dollars For digestive weakness nervousness pains in the side flatulence dizziness vvakefulncss headache and other accompaniments of costiveness Herbine is a prompt and unequalled remedy Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The landlord has an easier job rais ing the rent than the tenant has 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 by taking a dose of Chamberlains and Liver Tablets when necessa ry and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For saTe by R E McRob erts and F P FJ hbie 1m You can easily fill the public eye if you have sullicient dust Mothers endorse it children like it oik folks use it We refer to One Minute Cough Cure It will quickly cure all throat and lung trouble F P Frisbie 1m The farther a man gets away from a dollar the bigger it looks For mosquito bites bites or stings of insects animals or reptiles apply Ballards 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 Money it doesnt always speak when spoken to 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 a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m Life is full of checks and many of them are fogeries Poverty is not a crime morally but it is matrimonially Pepsin Syrup Co November 6 99 Dear feel it my duty to write to you and let you know how much good your medicine has done 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 work any My husband received a book through the mail advertising your medicine and he sent our little boy to the drugstore to get one of your tencent 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 ol work I recommend it to all for it seems to me it would cure anybody have gotten several to use Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and they all say it has done them so much good God bless Dr Caldwell and his medicine for doing me so much good Yours with respect Mrs Isabell Wheele Freetown Jackson Co Ind Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m It is always the bottom dollar that counts September McClure The September number of McClures Magazine will contain an elaborately illustrated article by Samuel Hopkins Adams on The Training of lions and Other Great Cats The drawings by Charles R Knight of the American Museum on Natural History because of the artists skill and scientific knowledge are doubtless the most startling and lifelike portraits of lions that have appeared in any magazine for some lime The authorrelates several cap Ital anecdotes of hairbreadth escapes of trainers from death We dont sliut up shop and whine Dull Season because the weather is warm We keep bargains going at all times and will make it as interest ing one time as at any otherJ Joseph low annoying Stomach counteracts talksbut Only25cts SirsI walkcouldnt bottles I tigers technical I 4 I s 1 ONLY L ONE BOLLAtt Less tfcaa a ccit a THE IORNIN6 of Lexington Ky The mat Newspaper tfe ite Grass v The fitted i I From Now Till December I Sell Ton Name and G B SWI1BROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATfc AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or less lying in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in Uarrard county 3 mItes from Paint Lick with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jas N Denny Point LeaVeU or with me at W K DENNY 28 junetf Good Property for Sale House and 10Acre Lot Situated in Buena Vista Garrard county House contains seven rooms in repair Neverfailing water ice house and ull iieces outbuildings GOOD STOREHOUSE sold privately before middle of September will sell at auction as I will move at that time Terms reasonable Wm Christopher 823t liu na VIstaKy JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIWE KENTUCKY Laud Snveryor and Apt foi AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO NOTICE All persons having against J E Pet tus lately deceased are notified to present same properly proven for payment to the un dersigned adminls ratrix and all persons knowing themselves indebted to him are urged to make prompt payment aug 30 3t REBECCA PETTUS Admrx KI of 3E Biennial Conclave Detroit Mich August 27th September 1st Queen Crescent Route And Connecting Lines from Cincinnati ONE FARE For the round trip on fast limited ves tibuled trains Only one of cars from all principal Southern cities Free Reclining Chairs On n ight trains to Cin particulars W C RINKAKSOU Cincinnati O r day HERALD J I of- I II JutDiy il SIItL Your 1000l NOW ONLY 1 E tat depot Richmond wishinga- way I Engineeringand cl ms Sleeperson I J- S Pa- W C 11 ary I Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic Hall Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWIN BROAD KR S visiting Now Is Your Time To Visit The Pacific CoastCheap excursion tickets for three weeks on sale via Great Northern Railway Sept 4 and 18 Oct 1 and 1C Inquire of the railway ticket agent or write F I WHITNEY Genl Pass and Tkt Agt St Paul Minn Bay View Wequetonsing MACKINAC and Traverse City o good Petos key 1l 3 Grand Low Rate Excursions 3 VIA TIlE I LinesG R I R R AUG SO SEPT 6 and SEPT 8 Special Low Rates Tickets good 30 Days to Return Note the Long Limit Tickets are good only on Train No 4 leaving Chattanooga p m Sept 3rd arriving Cincinnati 745 am 4th For rates tickets and schedules can at Q C Ticket Agents TV C RINEAKSON G P A Cincinnati O WE GUARANTEEDr Syrup to cure case of Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Trouble when taken according to directions and Penna 900 Caldwell any I DR W B CALDWELL It after taking twothirds of a fifty cent or one bottle it fails to do as represented we will refund the PEPSIM SYRUP COMPANY p MONTICELLO ILLINOIS CHICAGO ILLS August 27 to 3 1 1 900 Low Excursion Rates VIA THE Queen And Connecting Lines To CHICAGO and return Through Trains Day Couches Pullman Sleepers and Free Reclining Chair to Cln cinnuti make connections with Tennsyl vnnia Lines 4 Route C II D Ky anti Mo non to Chfcago daily Tickets with liberal re turn limits See small bills or ask agents for urther particulars W C RIXEARSOX G P A Cincinnati For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth dis triat MACKINACExcursion Leaving Cincinnati September 4th VIA THE Queen Route andCHDRy Special Low Rates Tickets are on Train No 4 leaving Chattanooga 900 pm Sept call on Q C Ticket Agent W C KlNEAKSON G P A Cincinnati O it1 Aunul Crescent Route CarK cose J Crescent amSept4th EAIpcnt Big Summer Excursions iiesusssssesssisssissuss The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk Lines G R I Big 4 Route C H D Special Low Excursion RatesAre now in effect from all points South over the Queen Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands Petoskey Mackinaca- nd all other summer resting places on Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to Mackinac- You can a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manitou tc Mackinac re turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C H 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 at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and 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 and on day trains Free reclining choirs from Chattanooga on trains outschedules track BO dust no Send for free information as to summer resorts anUXjueen Crescent service to O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Tenn or call upon your ticket agent W J MURPHY General Manager W C RINEARSON Genl Passenger Agent CINCINNATI A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE I linesPennsylvania expeditiouslyto I PutInBay i t I I I III season t rs ssssssseussssssssssusucssssssssoss ssunuss PILE CURE ttJ 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 Mfrictlf 310 lid Wi Strut ST LOUIS Mt STORIVIES IXRUG STORE FIAIWI SIll LancastefLodge No 104 Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of lodges fraternally invited RKiimaird Louis Landram Secretary Master L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER K Y ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and M neral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms n I a FAM THE NATIONAL i sister 1493s BANK CAPITAL 5000000 0 SURPLUS io oooo1 LANCASTER ARDENNY President JKO E STOEMES Vice President S C DENNY Cashier KY fj I F ROBINSON JR Asst Caahr K T EMBRY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W HKinnaird LOCAL TIMETABLES MISonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 HO AH Northbnd Mixed 335 P M Northbnd Passgr xgouthbnd 1228 Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND amNumberNumber Daily Flag 3ttaraNumber dont stop 3 5Cpm SOUTH BOUND amNumber9 Sunday 7 Midnight liJ2piu t CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time in efct Jnlv 15 1900 STATIONS LvLouisville iOain 600pm Winchester 1157am 12iiun 94tpm ArWashington 650am 340pm Philadelphia 1240nn LvNewYork 800am 500pm Philadelphia 1020am 2 15pm 11 10pm MtSterling 712am 737am ArLexington S 12am 5 10pm 7 ArLonlsville 11 ooam S OOom Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone UEOWJIARNEYD PA LEXINGTON KY S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air in Building Danville street oppo Ite Presbyterian church KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in in relieves and cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Nausea all other results of Prepared by E C A Co Ctycag F P Frisbie ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRSTCLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE 252 AX pmNumber 3 A Sraso IS Lextngton 1iiOa m 8 12am 550pm 8 oam tiiOpm ItSterlll 95am 705pm 9 OSpm wES OOND STATIONS ioam 2I2pm J 38pm 2tm 41111 Input W fiathe Bookout organs Sick DeWitt LETCHER OWSLEY A 1 tlN1j 9 iSpm 1015 inn O5pns 4 1 reconstructing ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Manutactnred by J Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting with great success ia curing Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Greasy Heel Big Jaw Hard and Soft Enlarge menus Distemper Etc For sale by R E Mc Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky and Fish Co Paint Lick Ky W i PARKERS SALSAMCease and the haIr rrtblIYerHair to Ita TGlltJanal Color haIr tulagIsad IWat p I I I I I 1