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Enleredal the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter SEPTEMBER 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR W t ICnttn trotYEUt NUlIIBEI 21 LOUIS LAi DR Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY 20 s lLstNriT nr ANCA5T6R AND VICINItyrLcccccccco cooooooo J49oo0a44ee ebeetyODGdACUbbSbd044J368d8800QO6 Q00da00b04S4 County court Monday A big crowd is expected in town Monday Dont forget Tun needs that dollar 200 to 300 bushels damp wheat Good feed for hogs II A C bury Son For Sate or Rent Good fourteen room residence for rent or sale on Danville street A p ply to II C Hamilton aug30tf Up UK IJfctraj Small red cow with calf horns turn up Owner can get same by paying for keeping and this notice W R Cook AVIll Be Closed Court Da As Monday court day is the Jewish New Year the store of Mr J Joseph be closed the entire day Mr Joseph never lets anything interfere with the celebration of their customs Miss Elisa Luslc county superinten dent requests THE RECOKD to say that during the month of October she will only be in her office on Saturday as the remainder of the week has to be used in visiting the schools in the country 2t Contractors are drilling an artesian well at Minor Sons mills They have reached a depth of 150 feet and crossed several small streams but none of the size wanted They are confident of success evening from seven to nine there will be a feast of Lanterns at the residence of Dr Kinnaird A prize is offered for the best lantern lay one being entitled to make ono Refreshments and entertainment Admission 30 cents AsLancastcr has no local tailor now I will say to those who have been buy ing from the local tailor that if they will give me their order for a suit or overcoat from The Royal Tailors of Chicago I will guarantee togive them the same satisfaction that they have gotten from their local tailor or it will cost them nothing and at prices much cheaper than have been buying J C HEMIMIILL S For Sale Taken Cow Drillut FeIoit of Lanlertfs Flday they D f l irk r will 5 frlltter fall s or STYLE and COMFORT No rain yet Oh for a frogstrang ler If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money lion R Frank Peak one of the most prominent speakers in the state will address the citizens at the Monday Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W HAUUIS Collector salt of harm Mr Thos Stone has sold his farm on Crab Orchard pike to Mr David Thompson The place contains entyfour acres Price paid 40 per Iteceptloii to Pastor The members of the Christian church will give a reception to the pastor and wife this evening Thurs dav at seven oclock in the church All members are cordially invited to be present To Natural A special train will pass through Lancaster at 822 a m for Natural Bridge Ky on Sunday September th 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 Located In Lancaster Harding Riehm the largest wholesale and retail dealers in pianos and organs in the Central states have located in Lancaster and have a ber of instruments in E W Harris room on Public Square The local business is in charge of Mr George M Overman See ad elsewhere in TIlE RECOKD To TIic Tradc I desire to state that after three months hard work I have been able to secure a KIUSTOLASS LIKE OF MERCHANT LOUING from which I can make youasuiT OVERCOAT for the tow iMunjj pfc TEX DOLLAK Now this is ADY MADE STUFF but STRICTLY WEUCllA rr TAILORING made to your INDIVIDUAL MEASURE and a PERFECT FIT IN EVERY CASE Come and see this line before buying HEMIIULL courthouse Notice se acre Oran Sl p n OrIL rEEl T C livid e S nut We are receiving our stock of Fall and Winter Dry Goods Notions Underwear Clothing Fur nishing Goods Hats Boots and Shoes FALL and YiNTER GOODS I Our Lines of Queen Quality and Princess Perfection SHOESAre greatest lines of ladies shoes produced in United States j I a All Styles Princess Perfection 225 Quality Durability and Style and are undoubtedly the best goods for the mon ey that can be had in this county Ill as a All Styles iu Queen Quality feThese 3 1 if We are also headquarters for Childrens School Shoes r- eT E3 E y lUGAN DRY GOODS D I r ti The electric light plant has been compelled to haul water for about ten days Dont fail to gall on W Monday for buggi urreys and buckboards they will go cheap We are here tr stay and cannot af ford to do poor work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber Come to see us Saturday and get s pmt more best Patent Flour for 55c and best Straight Flour at oOc per sick Give Yonr Assistance The ladies of the W C T U are trying to devise a plan to break up some of the illegal selling of liqior in Lancaster The matter has become a serious one indeed and all who want to see the laws enforced should attend the meeting they have called for Saturday afternoon and lend them a helping hand Help The Sufferers Mayor Kinnaird has received an ap peal for aid toward the Galveston sufferers and asks THE RECOIID to say that any contribution given him or left at either bank will be to the proper parties Garrard county has never yet refused an ap peal for help and we are sure a hand lUcctinir Closed The protracted meeting at the Meth odist church came to a close Friday night While there were not many additions to the church yet much terest was awakened among the bers and other Christian people of the town Mr Robinsons sermons were interesting and instructive He is a hard working ministerand never tires in his labors lor the cause ofthe church Grand Democratic Hull Everybody is invited to come to the Court House Monday Sept 24 to hear tle champion of Democratic Hon JR Frank Peak Speaking will begin at 1 oclock It Just A Word 1Ieuse When you come to town Monday please call and settle your little bill at TIlE RECORD ollice It goes against the grain to beg through our columns and you know we need whats due us or it would not be done I am better prepared than ever be fore to show you the mostelegant line of Woolens Lancaster as I have over 2OffO Samples for you to select from I have had my ollice refitted and prepared J will ask you to call set me before you buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat C UKMmiiil Prohibition Speaking Col T B Demaree of Tessemine will address the voters of Garrard at the Court House on next Monday County Court day at 2 oclock p m in the interest of the state and Con gressional ticket of this district on behelf of the Prohibition party He proposes to give a plain honest and practical discussion of State and issues in connection with the great and National drink trallic Come everybody and hear him Death Smith AVortliam After a brief illness Smith Worth am died at the residence of his broth erinlaw Capt Boston Dillion Mon day morning Funeral services were conducted by Eld Allen R Moore Tuesday morning and the remains in terred in the Lancaster Cemetery Mr Wortham resided in Lancaster all his in life He was a hard working honest of man who enjoyed the confidence and respect of all who knew him He was painter by trade and a good work man He was a man who attended strictly to his own business and never meddled with anyones affairs it The Garrard holler dulls The above named mills have been completed and yesterday began The mills are what are known the swing sifter patent the latest and best made The building is 32x58 three stories and a basement are two boilers to supply the engines The machinery is put up in practical manner and is pronounced by experts to make one of the best mills in Kentucky The capacity is 100 barrels per day Messrs Minor are millers of long experience and we predict a bright future for their Horace K Herndon will travel for the iirni See Here Nature improved by art at Lancas ter Ky Let us improve nature by art and make your photo flatter you have a large supply of cards which I wish to use by October 15 as I may not at work in doors longer than the 15th of October Any kind of en at larging or frames furnished at a low ost for the work After October 15 you want a group of the house or at home I will make a nice of you at your home if you drop a note where to do the work Thanking for nice and avo rs I am truly yours DAN SMITH in us st o in next Gaines Ball principles o ant Gael forwarded inc National of operations business fame J Roma a C ever rougllt its Jr J piemet et treatment y M are ket for Mr its the get for Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G S Gaines or J Logan Fresh good stock Eggs Extja price for clean HB Northcott Wanted Chickens DucksGcese Tur keys Good prices paid next ten days Want car load II Bi Northcott Will sell privately ten stacks of hay 125 barrels of corn and a lot of implements sep13tf T S Robinson No lrcachtiig Sunday There will be no preaching at the Methodist church next Sunday on of the absence of the pastor who is attending conference now in session at Nicholasville Struck Gus While boring for water at Minor Sons mill in this city a light flow of gas was struck It came out in a small stream for an hour or and finally ceased Messrs Minor will make a thorough investigation Severe Drouth Complaint comes from all parts of the county of the severe drouth No rain of consequence has fallen and not enough to start the streams and springs Many farmers are hauling water for miles It is playing havoc with grass and delaying fall plowing materially Of Importance to All The ladies of the W C T U all of their members to be at a meeting to be held next Sat urday afternoon September 22 at three oclock in their room over the National Bank Also all ladies in town and county who are interested in the town and welfare of the rising generation are urgently requested to be with us Lancaster 1V C T U Iremlitius in Gold The undersigned will give 500 in gold for the best display of corn each display consisting of twenty ears and 3250 for the next best display The shucks must be pulled back but left on ear in each display which will be known by numbers instead of names All displays must be received at the store of the undersigned by noon on Monday Sept 24th 1000 beingCoun ty Court day All corn exhibeted be the property of the undersign ed R E McRoberts Lancaster Ky AVI11 be Fixed This Time Tug RECORD has so frequently that the Opera Rouse would be completed that it had concluded to say no more about it but we can say with safety now that the work will be done The contract has been let to Mr George Smith the contractor and builder who has placed his order for the material He will do 250 worth of work on the house and several hun dred dollars worth on the hotel The company has gone at the work of pletion in earnest It Happens Every A preacher at Fort delivered a brief but truthful funeral sermon the other day Here it is A j word to you all Post mortem praises l in the air People kiss their dead who never stop to kiss their living They hover over an open casket in hysterical sobs but fail to throw their arms around their loved ones who are fighting the stern battles of life A word of cheer to the struggling soul life is worth more than all the roses f Christendom piling high over cas covers The Same Here Now that the camp meeting and excursion season is drawing close i may be that housekeepers will have less difliculty in getting or keeping a cook Some farmers have had trouble getting men to work in their hemp I and tobacco at good wages although S the usual number of ablebodied were in town Winter is and before it is endea it is J that some of the summer and idlers will be out of coal and bread and meat and will want the city or county authorities to give h them aid This class will not deserve any help Georgetown Times Was A Hustler An exchangd thus gives its home a boost One of the pleas antest sights we have had in this town a long time was the artistic b in which John Griffin buried Bill Kruger who died since our last issue Griffin has his trade fingers end and he handled our dead citizen with an ability that was startling in originality He was everywhere bg once weeping with the bereaved widow discussing crop prospects with l farmers and soliciting business fE from the other attendants at the is He will doubtless be able to 3all the business in these parts Before leaving for home be subscribed Jj this great weekly paying one year advance lH i i a 1 V For account so request present announced rn ffi ru ffi ffi comm Dam ill g IT l f fi approaching possible excursionists undertaker manner athis funeral drat ea And Sale faring sap 13 2t toga loafers 7 see for pay yet the be of the has Best accommodations by Nicholas vllle Stage Line aug30tf Why buy a ready nKute suit when you crin have one o your for TEN C Lost V Babys crocheted sack Lost Mon day evening while driving in Leave at Drug Store Bring us your v antee We are now wheat on deposit Call and us J S Minor Son Free Street Fair Ky Low rates from all points Danville to Ludlow on the Queen and Crescent Route account Frankfort Street Fair Sept 25th to 28th Ask Ticket Agent particulars or see small bills To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to now as it will be litter on The penalty will soon De added tf JAS PEARCE Collector We harem had any cold weather but our Fall goods are coming in and are being arranged for your We have been here for years and know we enjoy the of the people consequently we forth our best efforts to secure for their benefit the best goods for the least money Come and Low Kates To Cincinnati The L N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati at one and one third fare Sept 19 to 29 This rate makes the round trip fare 520 On 19 21 24 2j and 23th tickets will sold at one fare for the round trip good returning the day following sale Trains leave Lancaster at 252 a in leave Cincinnati at 730 p m reach ing Lancaster at midnight A Presidential March lor Bryan Music is to be a feature of the political campaign as it has been other campaigns in the past Among first in the Held this year in that particular line is George E Siemonn young composer of Baltimore who written Siemonns Presidential March which has been dedicated to William J Bryan The march will be published by the Capitol Publishing Company of Washington and is ex pected to figure in the Democratic demonstration all over the country Is RICE de measure ns J Lancaster risbies have sty erg our outing leaf rI we will guar satisfacti receiving 1 inspection confidence put inspectJ present I I3EroE mi DOLL Hemph 1 We iii Frankfurt C ill Guitars YiolinSjBanjos Mandolins and full stock of strings for same at Thompson Remember Joseph has the best goods and will you prices that cause to quiver in Do not fail to see my line of Winter Suits made to measure for TEN DOL LARS before the stocfcjsjjroken J 2 HEMIIIHLL Just receivej av ear load pf Prime Cypress get prices be fore buying We and Ce went on hand tamesMINOR Sox Card of Thanks We desire to thank our doctors and church and kind neighbors in our be reavement We appreciate it and will always remember them Geo Marshbanks and Family A Word To The Farmers We are in the pay the price for same at all if you have wheat to deposit lot our own use deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Son store Traded for Stable Mr G S Gaincs thought for some time of reentering the grocery busi ness in this city but changed his mind and traded his store room for Yeagers livery stable in Danville Mr Gaines will move his family to that city and has taken charge of the stable whim he will run in a iirs4 class manner It is understood Mr Yeager will rent the store room for a grocery Theyre Be Inuiii To Arrive We spent the eastern markets putting forth our best ef forts to secure the latest and best in the dry goods line We are satisfied that we succeeded and take great pleasure in inviting our friends to call and see one of the very best stocks ever put before them In style qual J Joseph Every Word the Truth In a letter from Middlesboro Capt W J Kinnaird says I saw one string of 14 bass from thelake to night that averaged from IS to20 are biting tine now Another string caught by a conductor had 9 most of them from to 25 inches long and one cat channel 2J inches If Pigeon keeps up practice he will make a good fisherman yet j amazement Skiing s ou kel line S market or andwill et t m in LCall U I competitors r S Wheat G two weeks J I WAGON i This wagon is sold on a posi II five guarantee and we know you will like them I JJ A Beazley Co tijlE HANDLE d THE FAMOUS 1 1SC Cllp- 4oo600oobo0o0oaaooocooooeo 00044060 jn Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of furniture antI carpets New Fall Goods Coming in every day Expect an unusual fall business we have brought on the largest and nicest line of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes furnishings etc we have ever We will sell them at the right prices Come and see us R L Jennings Co Merchants KyDontand get tickets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards eading j j jl j We are Ready with Advance Styles i N Mens Fall Clothing There is character in every Suit we show for Mens Fall Wear Character that at once displays itself in the correct style the tho rough workmanship the elegant materials the Perfect Fit and TailorLike Hang Of every garment There is a large variety of Suits to select from Many of the styles are made expressly for us Every style shape new shade and combination of colors is shown Our prices are always the lowest 75O Will Buy a Fair Suit 1OOO Will Buy a Medium Suit 1 25O Buys a Suit Good enough for nybody Lots of other prices but the above are three Leaders We cant tell you half about our suits here What you want is what we aim to keep We have been making Cloth ing a study for many years LOGAN ROBINSON Mens Outfitters rn i It i i 0 a IEiI j o b N d l li3 ry Ln1- I Largest Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Pianos AND Organs In Central States Have permanently located here and propose to accomodate the musicloving people of Lancaster and vicinity with an assort ment of the largest and best line of instruments in America at prices and terms that cannot be duplicated Please can and inspect our goods in Mr E W Harris room northwest corner Public Square Qeo M Overman Salesman x Itt 0x S 0 0 0 00 fjlffi f iffl1llt 1 HARDING a RIEHl 1 I I I I I I Wff1 JffjJlljrgi X I I I ooo00002000 0000000 000 o000 CENTRAl RECORD THURSDAY SEPT zo EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRASf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY oigo rsvIs ONE YJT B IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 0 25THREE TIlE present campaign in Kentucky is being closely watched by both parties all over the nation The Republicans say that Kentucky and Indiana are the most important states in the union and will put their best speakers here The Democrats are also on the alert and will stump eve ry foot of ground So many have come out from under the party lash and are voting for what they believe at the time is best that there is no way of estimating the result the old count of a few years ago being set aside There are many men of course who still announce from the house that they are He publikins but the tide is rapidly turning towards and many a man thinks long before casting his ballot The sooner the majority vote for they think is right instead of anything set before them the sooner the country will be ruled by competent and reliable men They may call us populist or whatnot but thems our sentiments and forget it LOUISVILLE and Cincinnati are each putting the big pot in the little one this week and many thousand visit ors are in each city Louisville has a stiff competitor in Cincinnati and it is with great difficulty that she holds her share of the trade so many are the schemes the Cincinnati resort to throw our people off Louisville docs not receive the from Kentuckians that she should have and theres no mistake about it You can get as good figures from Louisville merchants are anywhere and beside state pride should go a long way in prompting Kentuckians to stand by her hustling city Cincinnati has many side that are not tolerated in Louisville and we suspect these draw many a sanctimonious old cuss to tleQueen City who would otherwise go to Louisville to trade WE have bit at many advertising schemes but have never yet our means on any of the directories published We it is because THE RECORD is not listed in any of these fakes that the campaign managers do not know where to place us and take chances on THE RECORD being on their side of the fence Every few days we re ceive long proof sheets of political ed itorials graded in size just as a man would write them with the kind offer of their free use These same handmedown are frequently seen as original matter in some papers and bears out the truth that nine out of every ten smallfry politicians depend upon some one else to do their thinking A FELLOW out in Missouri claims to own a clock that was purchased and put in motion at the same time the Declaration of Independence wassigned The man says it has never stopped since and is still doing duty This is about as unreasonable as the fake worked by the fellow at the Worlds Fair who sold chips of wood said to be taken from the cross upon which Jesus Christ was crucified Some one made an estimate of the amount of wood he sold and it would made enough crosses upon which to crucify every sheap clodding man in Jerusalem Old Uncle P T Barnum was right when he said the American people were born to be humbugged THE National Mexican Veteran As sociation met in Cincinnati last week and nothing more than a passing no tice was made of the meeting by the smorecountry than have any others but their gallant deeds are forgotten and ou J1 political n n completely or Dinlmekrats independence tat swallowing merchants quoted attractions wasted newspaper presume newspaper together articles I tops a 1 donty sport but its a M I room given to handmedown tin and colonels who were near enough a battle to smell powder But such is life in these days TUJB prompt response made by the people to the appeal for aid to the Galveston sufferers goes to show that Americans arc the biggesthearted people on earth Thousands of dol tars have been quickly sent to the stricken city and many more will be forthcoming if needed Americans may be made fun of for some things no one can say they are mean or worse than that stingy TIllS seems to be a campaign in which the chief aim of papers speakers is to say mean things of each other If we were editing a political we would try to set forth the good points of our sideof As both parties are devoting all their time in slinging mud at one anorhcr quite natural to conclude they havent much to brag about SOMEUSET is in the midst of a local option fight one of the meanest a community has to undergo People grow more bitter in such races than they do in political fights At least thats the way it was in WE have missed three copies of the Danville News the matter Bob At the press meeting in when we slipped our glass of punch to you you swore to always TIlE RECORD Protracted meeting began at the Fork church Sunday Mr Burkcs sale was largely and everything sold well The music was enjoyed very much Sunday at the Methodist church con dupted by Prof Fogg Miss Eliza Hills of Elizabeth town is the guest of tits J X Dunn Miss Fannie Doty of Point Leavell is vis iting Miss Georgia Dunn this week Mr J X Dunn has returned from the city where he has been to his fall goods Mr and Mrs Haselden have returned with a full line of saddlery and millinery Give them a call Two es teemed young men have accepted as clerks Campbell Hill goes to J X Dunns and Franks at Danville Mrs Burke who have been in this neighborhood only short while will move to Junction having bought out a livery stable there We regret to give them up as they are geod neighbors and MrR L Jennings and wife Mr S Haselden and wife Raymond Haselden and wife spent Saturday with relatives here Miss Hattie Jennings is visiting Miss Bessie Ballard at Paint Lick this week Miss Nancy Ballard will re turn to her home in Paint Lick this week after having spent several weeks with relatives here and in Mr Johnson brother of Mrs Dr Armstrong spent several lays with her last week Miss Lane a beautiful young lady of Danville is the guest of Miss Florence Christo pher Mr Ware of Lexington is spending a few days with friends here Miss Scott of Buena Vista is at tending college in Danville Ballard is visiting relatives in Lancaster Miss Ham has been the guest of Misses Dunn the past week Roy Arnold of Danville visited his sister Sunday Hill Doty spent Sunday with relatives here A Life And Death Fight Mr W A Hines of Manchester Ia writing of his almost miraculous es cape from death says Exposure af ter measles induced serious lung trou ble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and cough ed night and day All my doctors said 1 must die Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption which completely cured me would not be without it even if it cost500 a bottle Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and all it never fails to cure ThroatChest Lung troubles Regular size Trial bottles free at erts drug store im n lob generals paper elections Lancaster Louisville befriend RYAN I attended purchase of our most positions Parlrsto l rand Cityhe citizens and Sunday Danville Richard and 1 nevi a the questi II hats r Mc 1- wr o I two Mr A er an a a j Master Herbert Folger is very sick with fever W G Preston bought of Edwin Bru ner a horse for TG T L Saunders bought of George a 1300 pound calf at 3 cents T L Saunders sold to W Walker a bunch of yearling calves at 4ic per pound Elder J IT Beaxley of Xew Castle will fill the pulpit at Scotts Fork Saturday night and Sunday Many from here attended the pro trotted meeting at Hebron thousands of people attended the bap I tizing at the ferry in the Kentucky river Sunday at ten oclock forty being baptized Mr and Mrs T L Sanders and little daughter Peachie Mae have home from a several days visit with relatives in Madison Eld Jas llc Querry of Iowa is on a visit to his mother Mrs Lurinda McQuerry and Mrs N T Grow entertained a number of friends Sunday Misses Bessie and Gertrude McQuerry and Linnie Preston were the guests of Misses Jewell and Beatrice Saunders Saturday night and Sunday Nits Ellen Littrell and son Elija Rayhave returned from a weeks visit to her daughter tits Emma Mansion of Swallowlield TCy Mr and Mrs Jas Jackson and Mr and Mrs Martha and children of Buckeye were the guests of Mr George Anderson and wife Sunday Mrs Mary Clouse and brother Leslie Green have returned hoSe from a visit to relatives at Lex ington Mr and Mrs John Roberts visited T L Saunders and family MT HEIJKON Mr Charlie Duncan sold a horse last week for 70 also bought one from Robert Barker for 50 A two weeks series of meetingcon ducted by our pastor Rev A J Copass and his brother Rev B A Copass at this place Sunday afternoon There were forty additions by bap tism we feel that a glorious good done We also feel proud of our pastor as well as the vis iting brother This is the first work in a series of meetings also his first baptismal work and we trust his sue ces in the future will be as great as Miss Hattie Duncan is very low with fever lIisses Lena and Rogers returned to their home near Lancaster Sunday after attending the meeting at this place Miss Ella Montgomery went to Illinois this week to visit relatives Mrs E D Lawson Virginia for her health Mrs G W Thompson is visiting relatives in Virginia Miss E Scott who is teaching at Gunns Chapel visited her parents from Fri day until Monday GUNNS CHAPPEL A nice rain would be appreci ated in this section Born to the wife of Harmon Teat a boy Charlie Clinton Mr and Mrs James Gulley are very happy over the arrival ofa nine pound Hattie Miss Ida Ray while standing near open fire place last Wednesday had kettle ofboiling water turn over on her feet burning them very badly Miss Effie Humphrey left for Danville where she will the Deaf and Dumb school Misses Maggie Saddler and Myrtle Ray attended preaching at Gilead Sunday Messrs Raymond and Oscar Ray left Tuesday for Illinois Mr Bane Teater wife and Children Mrs Eliza Teater and Virgil of Mercer county visited relatives in this vicinity last week Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to cut brunt burn scald or like in stantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale im b Jrj I per lb I amI- d I returned Cartel Sunday closed work has bean his first work Jennie evening isin much girlchristened Wednesday attend McRoberts STONE- r ill teat E r here this j J C at on J to J in Q of in PIIEACHERSVJLLE Stock water is very scarce at this time Farmers are about done cutting Walter Pettus sold a mule colt last week for S30 W P Grimes sold fifty nice ewes for 8410 per head Mrs James King has been on the sick list for a few days J C Fox bought a nice mare mule from B F for 12o W B Ragan sold a nice heifer to Sam Anderson for 28 J P Rogers bought about 15 acres of land from J F Green for 150 Gid who has been sick for some time is much better now J P Ballard bought a bunch of nice hogs last week in Laurel county Rev S M Carrier left Monday for Nicholasville to attend the annual conference James Kennedy who was reported last week as being sick is much at this time Born to the wife of Wm last Saturday the 15th inst an eight pound boy A horse kicked a boy of James ler last week in the forehead ing a small wound Rev II C Morrison editor of the Penticostal Herald Louisville was Monday looking over the of the college contemplated at place L Anderson and wife has been visiting relatives in Garrard Mrs Fox and Master Rice is visiting Somerset for a few days Mrs Hattie Ilutchins is spending a few weeks with her brotherinlaws wife Rev W M JIutchinsMrs W B son of Lancaster tilts Geo W King Sunday a WALLACETON Delved Letter James Wallace sold a calf to John Davis for Si Born to the wife of Albert the 4th inst a boy B Baker sold a bunch of hogs to George Ballard at 485 per one Our people were very much surpris ed announcement that the firm of Wallate Soper were closing out at cost and are going quit the mercantile business E Soper and wife of Clay City were here Saturday and Sunday tits Lula Baker Love of Illinois is visiting friends and relatives here Silas Mitchell who has been visiting here for two weeks returned to on Monday where he is engaged the butcher business Our town experienced its first disas trous fire last week when C C Me Whorters store dwelling and meat house were entirely destroyed The loss was about 62000 or perhaps more with only 1400 insurance The fire originated in the front part of the store but its origin is a mystery At this writing Mr McWhorter is still undecided as to what he will do FLAT WOODS Sampson Archer sold W H Purr two hogs at 4c w II Friar Bought of IIollin Rose one calf for 250 Sam Anderson sold R yearling steers for 5750 w jj Purr twentyone hogs Clouse for 41 cts Mn B M Furr of Indiana spending a few weeks with his Miss lIalissa B Furr Gos port Ind has returned to charge of her school Mr Jno Rout and family returned from Falmouth accomPanscd by Miss Lizzie Logan Mrs R M Farris and daughter Dora visited relatives at Brodhead several days ago McCKEARY We were very much grieved to learn the death of Mrs Lizzie Adams she had a kind word for every one and we can see her no other way but with a smile on her face The entire family certainly has our sympathy Misses Myrtle Ray and Maggie attended preaching at Gilead Madison county Sunday They were accompanied by S A Hill and Kemp Walker Mr Earl Simpson made a flying trip to Shelby City Sunday Mr W 0 Hardin wife and children started for Decatur 111 Saturday morning They will make their home Decatur Mr John Forbes and wife of Jessamine visited Mrs Lish Forbes the early part of last week Misses Pearl Ross Nora Saunders and Mr Ed Ross of attended preaching at New Sunday Mr and Mrs Floyd Curtis visited relatives in Madison the latter part of last week Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the cIr ilized world Your mothers and grand ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration of Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate 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 in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale C C J E Stormes bin tvo a k e t Ledford Rothwell better Richardson prospect Voss and visiting hundred pounds last week at the ames London 0 L Elkin bought from J C Gosport is parents of t Saddler Lancaster Antioch largest anything action of the nervous corn fnfi wad Con N rand 3c W r Zt t 250 and are with 1 the paid Will of dyed ers a be n y Space has already been spoken for nice cattle at the pens Monday more are expected Hogs with scabby and sore backs probably very lousy Wash them kerosene emulsion Chas Mann of near raised on his farm a cabbage weighing pounds and more than a foot in di ameterIt be the aim of the breeder when raising animals for meat to these parts in each animal that brings the most money in market Keep the pigs growing from the time they are farrowed The first hundred pounds put on costs less than second and the second less than the third W J Loughridge bought P Do lans hemp crop grown in 1819 at SO per 112 lbs This is the highest price for this staple for more than ten Gazette Seed Wheat for Sale va for the farmers of this section If A B Marksbury Son The worlds shortage of fine wool grows shorter a fact that should and have its influence on prices of tine wools in this country before the close the Sheep Breeder Some grades and kinds of tobacco in Florida bring as high as 50 per lam pounds This is Sumatra tobac co and pole cured and shaded from the time cut until it becomes well cured rr goodsuggestionespecially about gathering up and putting away all tools not in use preserving them you will know where to find them when needed Seed wheat is being shipped from Kentucky every day to Ohio Indiana and other States Xorth a complete reversal of the usual order of things The grain in the Northern States this year is not tit to plant and so we are supplping the territory that has supplied us The Jessamine Journal says that from different parts of Tessa mine county say chickens are dying at rapid rate of limberneck It also remarks that they have heard of the Methodist church Conference which meets in Xicholasviile next week and have decided to shake oil this mortal coil before hand In preparing eggs for market pains should be taken to prevent them from becoming soiled or dirty When this happens there is no cure for it The advice is veiy commonly given to wash the eggs that have become dirty a washed egg has no keeping quality and very quickly becomes a bad egg The water appears to the gelatinous substance which seals the pores of the shell and air thus admitted and soon starts positionA salesman had the to say to the Lexington Herald regarding the present condition of the American horse market Horse flesh at the present time is getting to extremely desirable and as a result almost any sort of an equine that can stand up is in demand Horsemen in different parts of the country tell me that the wars and rumors of wars is the cause of rather prosperous times for them American army agents are buying animals for China and Philip has agents in the United States buy ing horses for cavalry Mules are still high owing to the exportations to South Africa The Appetite Of A Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such such know tlat Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m Here Vie Are The Cincinnati Store New Store New rices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving you people f fjjj Qf Jfo Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you treatment I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me when come to town BARGAIS STORE Uanl town procure fUr yearsLexington oftrietysuitable yearAmerican Resides heretofore reports but dissolve eling following purchasing h I lt Pl in Tawi New Goods fair you CINCINNATI d 4 N IC Your S- ecom J P 3 h K p j p 3 p 0 f3 H ij P 5 i A V Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand 8 O O A T McROBERTS DRUG STORE GO TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine Sta graved Cards and Plate ced to 1 25 1 LILULRI3 V STOUT L The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville I IRUGS DRUGGISTS SUNDRIESs p Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of ou fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and R UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always EquippedR I and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our I Prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided 3 over by experienced men jj Garrard County Friends Always Welcome y- LILLA D STOUT Tones Pres E G Spink Vice Pres W Young men and women to prepare for positions as Bookkeepers Stenographers and Operators than the supply The demand is greater For further particulars Lexington Business College LEXINGTON KENTUCKY C OC I 2 8 x SIg I OO STORMES 4Jt STORE FOR EngravedWedding AND with the Purest 0 4 ANTED a t 1 z q I l 1 1 roc u Ig e i t r r I 1 SPRINGER MUSIC HALL AND EXPOSITION BUILDINGS Cincinnatis J First Fall Festival September 1 9 to 29 1 90O Industrial Exposition Monster Floral Parade Modern Midway Plaisance Athletic Carnival and a thousand other attractions u Low Rata of The Festival ExcursionsEvery Attend DontFail Ask Queen Crescent Agents for Particulars W C RINEAKSOIT GENL PASSENGER AGENT CINCINNATI K t As the CId Weather Approaches It Brings With It the Dreaded Grip Coughs and Colds0 OO OO O SO OO C X X O 0O We are dispensing a new and very efficient remedy known as Which is the best remedy on the market i3 We are Headquarters for everything in the drug line 3 I I r Vv x1lWfJffJigfj 7fffJ i JtJfJfjf Jllff lffi JJfft Wj jfflffjY Wiil l fJ J J Wiff t lYffiifIJl JtiJ I 111 s OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOO i i I i g EriSb crip Caps1esJ r 11111 Frisbies Pharmacy 1E rr rjfyr fZVf r lf t f rF v ffl 5i7 Ii0 a iiIlbVyr mfiBlJiJjffJfJ 0iiJjJJffil JfMYlffJjffJ jjffJffJ JJffJl 0 tJJJMfJlfW 5fJ JiffiffJJflJ JfMMfJJI fffJ ffLfJ 0jJ Ifjl a 4 r- q o r- it 1 I rP 1 r r 1 Lancaster CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY SEPT 20 IQOO Mr J Joseph leas returned from the citiesMrs Susan Price is in Danville vis iting her son W C Price Miss Olivia Sweenev left Saturday to enter school at Lexington Miss Mary Tumie of Danville is the guest of her brother Mr Will Tumie Mr W B Buford and wife of Xicho lasville were visitors in this city the past week Mr and Mrs James May of Deca tur Ill have been visiting her father Jarvis Miss Christine Bradley entertained a few friends Friday evening in her usual charming manner Richmond Register Mr Lewis Walker of Lancaster was in the city last week on legal business Mr John W Miller and wife and Mrs M D Hughes left Monday to at tend the Carnival in Louisville Mrs W B Jarvis arrived home Monday from a visit with her sons at Elizabethtown Lebanon and Junction CityMiss Mollie Smith left Monday to visit her cousin Miss Meek Kemper in Boyle and enjoy a much needed vacationLivingston Colonel W R Ward and family left Saturday morning for a visit to Will and Dick Ward at LancasterRichmond beau tiful Miss Louise of Lan caster is here for another year at Central University Miss Xannie Gaines has returned from a pleasant visit in Lexington and Flemingsburg accompanied by her cousin Will Gaines Miss Lillie Dale Grant has position as music teacher at Middle burg Her many friends wish her success in her new field Mr R L Jennings of Paint Lick was in town returning from Cincinna ti where he purchased an immense stock of goods for his Paint Lick store See ad in another column Miss Sallie Lou Myers entertained the following at an elegant dining Thursday Louis Landram Misses Bane and Knapp West Altie and Bessie Marksbury Dr Dick wife and daughter Miss Helen Mrs Gus Ilofman of Crab Orchard Misses Nellie WebsterDaisy and Jfettie Grennan and Mr Howard Countryman of Indianapolis attend ed the opera Saturday evening Lexington Herald Mr Ashbrook Frank who was formerly a very young society man of this city and a graduate of Kentucky University will teach school this year at War saw Kyf preparatory to the of his law studies Lancaster people regret to learn that Mr G S Gaines and his excellent family will shortly move to Danville to make their home They are favor ites among our people and will be missed by the church and society The RECORD wishes them much happiness in their new home In remitting for a big bill of job work which this office turned out for him our good friend and old Ike N Arnold says Hike your work fine and send check for same Wishing you all the success in this world that you can have and a glorious Rest in the next Eld Holton Frank orders his copy THE RECORD changed to Lexington where he is now finishing his last yea in the College of the Bible The Flemingsburg Times says Elder Thad S Tinsley assisted by Elder H O Frank closed a series of meetings X at the Grange City Christian Church with 71 additions 12 baptisms ceo o 000 c cooo i ooc oo oJ Yon PantagraphThe aufman accepted- a r popular continuance I J schoolmate ROOT liGolbGv- osa oaoooc ooo I Mesdames A ILRice j rIr M J Partin has returned from Mid dlesboro and Jellico Col Will Fergurson returned to his home in Covington Sunday Mrs Leonidas Robinson who has been quite ill is very much better Mr James Whittaker and family left Monday for their future home in the west Mr Fank Bacon of Louisviilespcnt several days with his wife at Mr Jno AndersonsMr Walker wife and baby were the guests of Mr Marshal Eason and wife Sunday W B Porch of Somerset was here a or so looking at the new hotel with a view of renting Mr and Mrs Robert Partin of Tcnn are visiting their daughter Mrs M J Partin Mr and Mrs J W Sweeney have fromAdair county after astay of three weeks with relatives Mr and Mrs James McQuery of Des Moiness are guests of their broth er W T West Danville street Miss Lixzie Wherritt of New is the guest of her brothers Messrs W II and Tom Wherritt Mr Luther Ware of Danville and Miss Harriet Rice of Marksbury vis ited Miss Sallie Lou Myers Sunday Captain Henry of Yersailles and niece Miss Mamie Williams of Lex ington were visitors in this city Wed nesday Mrs Louis Landram Mrs A IT Rice Misses Altie and Bessie Marks bury were in Louisville a few days this week Danville Advocate Miss Lena Ir vine arrived Saturday and will again superintend the Noel Sisters trim ming department J R Hill and wife have returned from a two weeks visit at Mt They attended the meeting at which fortysix were baptised Mr J C Siler has accepted a posi tion with the live stock commission linn of J M Cotton Co Cincinnati and will make that city his home While in Louisville this week Mrs M D Hughes will see all the latest fall styles in dresses and be prepared to adopt the same in dressmaking The following couples from Stan ford enjoyed the opera OlivetteSat evening Mr John Baughmar Miss Lena Bruce Mr Ernest Wear en Miss Stella Ballou Dr Al Price Miss Mary Bruce Mr Tate and Mist Fannie Shanks The first of the fall weddings occur ed Wednesday afternoon at 5 oclock when Miss Norma Stone and Mr Tom Walls were united The ceremony was said by Eld Allen R of the Christian church The bride was attired in a handsome slate diagonal cloth trimmed in silk and steel buckles with hat and gloves to match Miss Stone is the eldest child of Mr R A Stoneprominent citizen and most popular merchants of this city She is a bright attractive young lady and will make a good helpmeet Mr Walls is a popular and industrious young farmer An elegant reception was given at the home of Mr Wm Lear last evening in their honor THE RECORD extends congratulations to the happy young couple Docs it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy forcoughs 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 Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes expectora tlon gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Peccommendcd many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C 1 C J E Stormes day Carpenter returned Heb- ron rore white climate introduced easy Orleans ut day S TailoritSailc Suits at STO The middle man is knocked out by the Chicago Woolen Mills is guaranteed Suits cut and made to your measure fit and quality guaranteed at 750 per suit and pants alone at 250 Come to see me at T S Elkins in Thompson Block Richmond street sep13tf M D Hughes Agt To the Farmer We have sacks scattered all over this county with our good friends the expect to bring them back to us but neglect it from time to time Why not get these sacksto put them where you will sec them and return to us we need them II A B Marksbury Son Louisville horse Show The Louisville Horse Show will be held October 1511 inclusive and judg ing from the appearance of the Prize List of which we have just the show will be a credit to the State of Kentucky The Association hangs up 10000 which will be in premiums to sixtylive different classes of horses Kentucky has ney er had a real indoor horse show and the metropolis of the State now prom ises to make up for lost opportunities 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 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 as tonishingly low and quality very su perior M D Hughes Agt Obituary In loving rememberance of Mrs John Adams Death with its cold and icy hand has again cast its dark shadows over this vicinity and claimed for its tim the loving wife of Mr John Adams She died at their home near Lancaster Sunday at 9 p m She had been an intense sufferer for nine weeks but it was all borne with much pa tience and fortitude She was the second daughter of Mr William Bur ton and was born and reared near Buckeye she became a Christian about thirteen years ago and united with the Baptist church where she has si nee been a faithful Christian light She leaves a husband aged father and mother three brothers and three sisters to mourn the loss the funeral services conducted by Rev Pike the remains were deposited in the family burying grounds near her fathers home The family have the heartfelt sympathy of their many f iinds Grieve not loved ones ore the one who lies Cold and silent beneath the sod Her life on earth was one of pleasure Hut nothing compared with her joys with God When the death Angel came and tapped on her chamber She was perfectly willing to answer the call It so sad to leave her dear ones But to bcwith her Savior she could leave them all A FRIEND A FIIOXOUIVCKD SUCCESS Herald Square Opera Co Delights Crowded House In This City By far the best attraction presented at the local Opera House since its opening to the public last year was the appearance of the Herald Square OperaCo Friday evening Sand Pasha was the attraction and the magnifi cient singing combined with the rare jollity and the real mirth captured the audience which time and again encored the many brilliant passages in both the solo and chorus work The promise of fine acting pretty girls and beautiful costumes was ful tilled and on all sides one hears words of praise for the entire company Many of the solos were exquisite and r Everything farmersthey ether r f acopy company Absolutely and ashining After teas woaoooeooaooooooooaoaooooo00 MORE I9oCRbooo- gooooo00oooooavooooo0000000loos g received awarded vie 0 the happy blending of the voices in the choruses made grand melody There wos not a dull moment in the performance Misses Mamie Scott and Etta Stetson as Serena and Alti carried off the honors of the evening for their voices and physicaLcharms were in full accord Robt Kane in the dual roles of Hessan Bey and the Rajah fine In the duetts with Serena his baritone and her rich so prano made sweet melody Edward Kissam in the title role was good while Harry Nelson scored a success The rich fun of the evening came from T F Callahan and Jack Leslie as Hadad and Mockey the lat ter being a star funmakcr winning round after round of merited applause Miss Anna Blesinger Sojah aided in the success of the evening Olivette was presented Saturday evening and was as greatly enjoyed as Said Pasha 3IarrttSiviiiebroad Next Wednesday morning at 1030 oclock Miss Nell Sparks Marrs will be married to Mr G Bright Swine broad at the residence of the brides brotherinlaw Maj R Kinniaird on Stanford street The ceremony will be performed by Dr J L McKee of the Presbyterian church and the wedding march played by Miss Grace Kinnuird The attendants will be Miss Altie Murksbury and Mr Jno F Lear The party will be preceded to the parlor by two pretty little ribbon girls Misses Margurite Kinnaird and Annel Tomlinson Only the near rel atives and a few close friends will be present and the couple will be driven to Danville where they will take the train to Cincinnati to spend a few days The bride will be attired in a handsome gray traveling suit with hat and gloves to match Miss Marks bury will wear a traveling suit of green with hat and gloves to match The gentlemen will wear the conven tional black Miss Marrs is the youngest daugh ter of Mr Stephen Marrs deed who was one of Lancasters most prominent citizens and influential business men She is a young lady of refinement and many noble traits which go to make a perfect helpmeet in life She has been a popular member of Lancaster societyand is beloved by many friends The groom is a young lawyer of abil ity and is quite popular lIe began the practice of law in this city several years ago and has built up a good practice for a young He has plenty of industry and fine judgement and will make a good hubsand TilE RECOHD extends its congratulations in advance and will say that if the couple find their path through life as happy as we wish it to be they will never regret the step they are about to take ELD ALLEN It MOOSE Begins Ills Work as Pastor of tile Local Christian Church Elder Allen R Moore who was re cently called to the local Christian church arrived with his family last week and took rooms at the Mason A large congregation greeted him Sunday morning and evening His remarks were timely and went home to those who heard him Mr Moore has been given a hearty to our city and we trust he will like his surroundings The Memphis CommercialAppeal prints a column notice of his depart ture from that city from take the following- At the Mississippi Avenue last night the formal of three years of happy between the pastor Eld Allen R Moore and the congregation took place The was crowded and the scene was most affecting There many moist eyes when Mr Moore finished his brief but address and during its delivery the was deeply moved The address in part follows We nave now come to the service of with this church Partings at best are sad and 1 do not wish to say anything that will needlessly stir up your feelings I with for a little more than three years Not altogether a stranger when I came oar acquaint wave has rirened into a friendship which I trust shall be eternal I have had the full cooperation of department of the church 1 have to be in sympathy with every department of the work and I feel as Terano as Bellah mar hotel welcome which we Christian severance association were divine closin every Ovals that you have given me a stronger support than I merited The church has done more for me than it promis ed to do and if I have an enemy in the church I am not aware of it 1 have tried to perform my duties and faithfully Of course I have made mistakes I would not have been human had it been other wise But you have kindly overlook ed all my shortcomings and borne with my infirmities For all of which I am very grateful A summary of the work for the more than three years may be of in terest to some of you Looking over my records I have culled the follow ing facts Sermons preached 293 ser mons preached in meetings 144 total 439 baptisms 40 other additions to the church 57 total 97 net gain 81 present membership 250 additions in meetings held elsewhere GO funerals 28 marriages 23 pastoral visits 2302 This is the record in so far as figures can tell it but there are many things in the work of a minister that can not be expressed in cold figures Another record of our lives is being kept and we are assured that from that record not one smile or teir shall be lost Some of us may not meet again in life but we have the precious hope that we shall meet again in a better life Nor will the time be long passing away and soon we shall meet face to face in the presence of God And with this precious hope ever in mind may we receive the final benediction Grace mercy and peace from God the Father from the Lord Jesus Christ the Son of the Father Glorlovs News Comes from Dr D B of Washita I T lie writes Four bot tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is complete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood puri tier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sore It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by R E McRoberts Guaranteed 1m The work of clearing up the debris at Galveston is well under way An epidemic is not now feared Bodies as they are discovered are burned Direct wire communication has been reestablished stores are reopening ror business the people are being to other cities where they can be provided for and trains filled with clothing and provisions are arriving Relief work is well in hand and money continues to come in Attention is being directed also to the many small towns wrecked by the storm All the relief work is left to the local com mittee Gov Sayres honoring their drafts The number of dead will nev er be known but it is now estimated at between 5000 and 8000 Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Great The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as it al ways affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by R E McRoberts lm The mission of the masher is to show what man was before he became Wanted to Lick The Spoon Indianapolis Ind Nov 1C 99 Pepsin Syrup Co Dear have been keeping house for five years and are never without Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin We find nothing to equal it for stom ach troubles and my children like itas well ascandy One night recently my wife was giving a dose to our baby If years old and Nelda our little girl 4 years old cried for some too Her mamma told her she didnt need It and then she said Cant I lick the spoon It is pleasant to take the effects are so good we hate to be without Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Yours truly Late D Werthers Mgr Enterprise Hotel conscientiously promisebe Car ile poisons a man SirsWe s a Were removed Favorlte Cured oT Chronic Diarrhoea After Thirty Year of Suffering I suffered for thirty years with diarrhoea and thought I was past be ing cured says John S Halloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I was so feeble from the effects of the diarrhoea that I do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident I was to find a bottle of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble so pleased with the result that I a141 anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I have For sale by R E McRoberts lm It never cools a man off when the street sprinkler throws water on him lie Fooled The Surgeons All doctors told Renick Hamilton of West Jofferson O after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly oporation was performed but he cured himself with live boxes of Bucklers Arnica Salve the surest Pile on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25t a box Sold by R E McRoberts drug gist lm The man who attends strictly own business has a good steady Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is not a panacea but is recommended for blind bleeding or protruding piles and it will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes The man who beats a bass drum should never be encouraged to beat recordWhites Create Vermifuge is essen iially the childs tonic It improves the digestion and assimilation of food strengthening the nervous system and restoring them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood Price 25 cents J E Stormes lm Giving a man advice and throwing stones at a dog has about the same Take life as it comes and make the most of all circumstances but a cough or cold take Coussens Honey of Tar the best known reme dy for quick relief and sure cure Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm A man smiles when you speak of his level head but call it flat and he gets mad If you are troubled with inodorous breath heart burn flatulency acidity pains after eating loss of appetite persistent melancholy or low spirits You need a tonic a few doses of Herbine will give you the force to remove these Price 50c C C J E Stormes A mans body maybe an tenement but he objects to being a flat Have you a sense of fullness in tIle region of your stomach after eating If so you will be benefited by using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stomach They regulate the bowels too Price 25c Sold R E McRoberts druggist lm How little a man knows of his coun he lives in a country village Cornhuskers sprained wristbarbe wire cuts and sprains or cuts from any other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 25 50c C C J E Stormes lm Man is made of dust along comes the watering cart of Fate and his name is Mud When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect 25c Samples free at McRot erts drug store lm The more rapidly a the more likely he is 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are DeWitts Little Early Risers They are unequalled for all liver and bowel troubles Nevtfr gripe F P Frisbie lm If it is true that the clothes make the man some men ought to change their clothes Poisonous toadstools resembling mush rooms have caused frequent death this year Be sure to use only the genuine Observe the same care when you ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are pisonous DeWitts is the only origi nal Witch Hazel Salve It is a safe and certain cure for piles and all ski n diseases F P Frisbie lm When a man is beside himself he should never place much confidence in companionThe nations of the world are the great food consuming nations Good food well digested givesstrength If you cannot digest all you cat you need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It what you cat Yni need not diet yourself It will even digest all classes of food in a bottle No other preperution will do this It instantly relieves and quickly cures all stomach troubles F P Frisbie lm KINDS ROOFING GUTTERING f REPAIRING I Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass JB Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conncticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Aetna b counterfeits ve digests ro0 0000 0 c coco 000 000 0 H 0 00 oo I OF- f I I I I i I I I t I I I II ReDrcscntin Followin COIDDanies Lifo Ins CO gf HartfordConn I C fL iJIls oosooooooalooooooaooaoosoasooo In ninny respects Scrofula and Consumption are alike develop from the same gen Ujm9iBiBxaSS R cral causes both are and dependent upon an and im es a tfpovished blopd supply In consumption the fastens itself upon r- j Wll the lungs ii Scrofula the glands of the neck and throat swell and suppurate running sores k the eyes are inflamed and weak there is an almost continual the ears the swell W r iP a bones ache and white swelling is frequently a result causing the diseased bones to through the skin producing indescribable suffering Cutting away a sore or diseased gland no i M3L irood the The old scrofulous taint probably come down through several persistent treatment The blood must be back to a healthy Wxfl ndition before the terrible disease be stopped in its work of destruction Mercury and poisonous minerals u such cases do more harm than good they ruin the digestion and leave the system in a worse condition than before S S S is the only medicine that can reach deepseated blood troubles like Scrofula It goes down to the very roots of the and forces every vestige of poison out S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known The roots and herbs from which it is wonderful blood properties which no poison however can S S S stimulates and purifies the blood increases the JllfC the digestion and restores health and strength to the enfeebled body If you have reason to think you have or your child has inherited blood taint dont wait for develop but at once of S S S a fine tonic and the best blood purifier and blood builder known as it no poisonous minerals S S S is preeminently a remedy for children When daughter was an infant slic had a severe case of Scrofula for which she was under the con etaiit care of for more than two years She was worse at the end of that Unit however and we almost despaired of her life A few Swifts Specific cured her completely as it seemed to KO direct to the cause of the trouble I do not believ it for cases blood diseases which are beyond the power of other socalled blood remedies S I BROOKS Monticello Ga Our medical is in charge experienced physicians who have made Scrofula and other blood diseases a life study Write them about your case or any one vou are interested in Your letter will receive prompt and careful attention We make no charge whatever for this Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA r I1Ifll JII The Blightiny flllIrIj DIsease 0I rj causingugly workout t f generations has polluted of blood d orous ii 7 cap f3 oUter disease longresist THe CHILDREN ilto ual they iS every requires otas1i the use has nit LEOS FAVORITE FLOWERS The Io c of Itniiiu IM Koiid of ItoxcM of Description 1nnsloiiutely Pope Leo takes i great deal of pleas 11 ii re in the Vatican gardens and in the cool of every pleasant day can be seen there walking among the flowers or sit ting in a bower around which blossoms cling in profusion says a foreign For 30 years these gardens been the boundary of the world he has personally known Almost every step in them suggests some event in the lives of the popes but will here after be particularly suggestive of Leo XII I In one corner is a circular sum mer house gayly frescoed with vines and brightplumaged birds from which the view of the Cam pagna Itomana is and inter esting Here the pontiff takes his Tof fee during his lady wall which alas grows shorter as his span of years grows longer and here lie hears the news and gently gossips of ninny things with whomsoever happens to be his companion lie has also a small bfft perfect garden which blooms and blushes unseen as he goes there seWom tl e roses his favorite flower making a particularly magnificent show in want of a change of scene his holiness repairs to a graceful garden temple where there are trees singing birds and the sound of running water a whole wjiich conveys an idea of coolness and freshness even on the und heavies of Koman summer lays However the frequent rain and the really cold weather of a week ago hate kepi Leo XIII undercover in the Vatican I feel as though I could not Tjreathe he exclaimed the other day which is from another point of view rather ami ing as there are in the apostolic palace 11000 rooms hardly small enough to smother anyone Many fish can produce musical sounds The trigia can produce long drawn notes ranging over nearly an octave Others notably two species of ophidum have soundproducing consisting of small movable bones which can be made to produce a sharp rattle The curious made by tlie species called um 20 fathoms N Y Herald rue Worst Volcanic Eruption The eruption in 3SS3 of Krakatua a volcano on the island of that name in the strait of Sunda which collects the lava sea with the Indian ocean between Java and Sumatra East was the worst ever known that of Vesuvius in 79 A D N Y Times exchange lave blossoming flower hen forming Jlulcal Fish apparatus drumming IHhus can bl heard from a depth of Indies including Every S ext eed hottest WORLDS BEYOND NEPTUNE Results of Search Now ncliify Made I y Professor Lan of In 1S4G Adams and LeVerricr pointed out that the motion of the planet Uranus disturbed in a progressive manner probably by an unknown The planet Neptune was discovered in that year in consequence of their as everyone knows The methods that they employed have been perfected since thntthne and the theory of Neptune lint been critic ally examined by Prof Newcomb and others to see if it yielded any evidence for the existence of unknown major planets revolving about the sun in or bits exterior to those of Uranus and Neptune Prof Neweombs conclu sions were that the evidence was not yet decisive either way The problem has lately been attacked again by Hans La ii of Copenhagen who finds evidence that two such planets exist At least if the major planets pointed out by him do exist the observations of Urninus and Neptune which he has used HmO 1S95 would represent the theoretical motions of these planets better than they are represented supposing his planets not to exist His theoretical planets have these elements says the Chicago Chronicle First planet Distance from the sun 47 times the earths distance mass one twelve thousand nine hundredths of the suns mass Second planet Distance from the sun 71 times the elrths distance twentyeight of the suns mass of these planetsare thus exteri or to Neptune whose distance from the sun is 30 times the earths distance The first planet has a mass somewhat greater than that of Neptune the sec ond planet a mISS somewhat greater than that of Saturn The stellar mag nitude would be about tenth and hence they are easily photographed Prof Pickering director of the Harvard col lege observatory has instituted a search for them on the photographic maps of the sky which are in process of construction at Cambridge Such plan ets as these would have a small though appreciable disk and would therefore differ in appearance front the fixed stars in their neighborhood It is that if they veritably exist they could be detected by their appearance alone in the great telescope of the Yerkes and Lick observatories The researches undertaken by Mr Lau are very delicate and it is far from certain that the data are sullicient for the purpose The method is adequate and sooner or later will lead to a solution the Jenmlr was planet calculations Ioth likely complete muas one hundredths I will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at tune of service Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike J A ROBINSON Some Mothers and others have months of and comfort passing through the before confinement The ease by using externally the liniment jofief s Friend it relieves all nervousness headache pains A customer whose wife used Mothers Friend if she had through the ordeal but four bottles were to lie and thecost was ioo irbottle he would tUcm LAYTON Dayton 0 Sent by express paid on receipt of price 81 per bottle nook for expectant mothers Motherhood mailed free TIlE BIIAUVIKLD CO Atlanta Cu Blotlicrd Friend is sold by all Druggists Soontobe G A BEAR rr wearytime unique SJ Its beneficent influence makes child bearing a pleasure ns nausea too and obtained have GEQ Druggist JrGVL TOn 1rN A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLETS BUCKEYE Rr e PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Sole Pronto 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS Mil STODRIMCES STORE 4 F BALLARD DRUG ct f cci UNTIDY TRAVELERS Many Excursionists Are IlotU Had Teiiijicrcil mill Dusty In Hot AVcatlier Theres no doubt about it very demoralizing time It isnt only that in warm weather we see the people we once considered the pink of neatness with hair uncurled and in careless dress it is that both the temper and the intellect are affected by a temperature of 00 degrees in the shade says the Baltimore News It is noticeable when one gets in a such a day that politeness is at a low ebb Everybodys as snappy as a cat and the man who ordinarily would smile pleasantly when a fellow sufferer apologized for accidentally stepping on his foot now growls a Why cant you be careful while he looks at the injured member as if it we c disabled for life This is specially true on an excur sion boat or train where each as tired and exhausted and irri table as only a person can be been spending a long happy day in the country Everyone is in everyone elses way and the man with the dress and the woman with the telescope who sit in the same seat of the rail way coach conflict as much as their luggage does An innocentlooking1 girl pokes a strange man in the back with her entirely without meaning it and receives such a fierce look in return that she shrinks under it drops her sunshade to the floor and lets it stay there the remainder of time trip Two young women who were trying to find something on a time table in a car Sunday night amused the observ ers as much as anything could amuse those weary ones One ran her finger down the column of the train she was looking up while the other ran hers across to meet it in the column of the station from which they were to start Both ran off the track however or missed con nections in some other way so fre quently that the young women finally decided a more careful method of dis covery would be necessary They therefore produced any num ber of pins from various mysterious portions of their dress and marked their progress with iiese This time they succeeded in meeting but to their disgust the train thus discovered with so labor was a morning one when they were looking for an evening one and so it had to be gone all over again and the flushed faces of the seekers bore witness to the annoyance they felt The traveling public when it reads at all reads fitfully and the lightest sort of literature it runs to necker chiefs rather than collars it is hat less and dusty nUll cindery and bad tempered and unattractive generally and no one blames it at all for every one else is in exactly the same condi tion Two months from now time woman who travels will be a picture in her short skirt and neat little jacket and hat Just now shes anything but pretty and she knows it and doesnt care at all Too Sue he whispered do you think if I married you your father would ever forgive us Im sure he would dear she assert ed softly And would he give us a house of our own I know he would dearest Andi would he give us enough to live sumptuously on I am sure of it Harry And would he take me into firm Certainly he would And let me run the business to suit myselfOf he would darling She smuggled to his bosom but put her aside coldly I can never marry you he said hoarsely Your father is too eager to get you off his hands TitBits AimiNliiK the Guests The Japanese have a faculty for novelties that are beautiful They are not satisfied with simply placing flowers in finger bowls but have cunningly prepared bits of wood which when placed in water expand into oddly formed and queerly colored flowers When the bowls are before the guests the bits of wood are put in them and the diners are entertained by seeing them expand into buds and blossoms The chrysanthemum the Japanese national flower is the favor He 2ulgiri Kews A Serious Ul under Yes my wife has gone home mother for a week or two Any trouble- A little It appears that I leaned up against a sofa pillow that was only meant for show Cleveland Plain Dealer She Does Miss Wilkins Ah what a change one little woman can make in a lifel Mr Smithers Exactly And what a heap of change she requires while it N Y World I summers- a crowdon individuals suitcase umbrella I much En- Dear designing c I doing i r A JIIII e r h who I tb Ii man PERSONAL AND LITERARY F Frankfort Moora confesses that he wrote 31 hooks before lie attracted the attention of the public William Dean Howells said recent y that he had found himself obliged to keep to the use of ste 1 pens in writing for publications as the elicIt of a typewriter interfered with his thinking The emperor of Japan is about to display in his galleries with high lion ors a portrait of the late Walter Q Gresham secretary of undei President Cleveland This tribute comes as recognition of Mr Gres hams services in carrying through the treaty between Japan and this coun tryHenry Eipp and his wife have left Syracuse N Y for Paris This would not be remarkable if it were not for the fact that Henry makes his living by cleaning out tIme garbage cans and i ash barrels of Syracuse lie recently announced that he was going to Paris for three months His customers load ed the couple with good tImings for use on the way and deluged them with flowers at the railway station when they left Lord Kinnaird is a Scotch peer of an cient lineage great wealth broad acres and a happy disposition He is the eleventh Baron Kinnaird of los sic whose seat is at Inchture Perth shire He Is a partner in Barclays bank and when at work in the city lie shows that a seat in the house of lords has not robbed him of any busi ness capacity lie has many interests in life besides banking and is especial ly well versed in current religious thought Dr Fred Edge of Wolverhampton has the misfortune to possess blood which is peculiarly tempting to fleas If any of his outpatients bring one into his presence the discriminating insect at once forsakes its former host for time doctors blood But Dr Edge hats found a way of spoiling the brand from the flea point of view He nc complishcs this by simply hewing sulphur lozenges The fleas then merely run about his skin and tickle him hilt are too wary to bite the same prophylactic will other insects of prey Mr Carlyle began to write the his tory of The French Revolution in the fall of 1S34 He finished the first book in February 1S35 and sent the manuscript to his friend John Stuart Mill Early in March Mill came to Carlyles house and informed him that the manuscript intrusted to his care had been left carelessly lying about his house and that all but a few leaves had been destroyed by a serv ant Carlyle was sick at this time but he bore the blow like a man Mill insisted upon his acceptance of 1000 but although Carlyle was poor he re fused to take more than half of the sum that amount representing the hare cost of living during the five months of wasted work Then he set to work to rewrite the chapters which had been destroyed EXIST ONLY ON THE MAPS There Are Many Island That Are ICiiuvu tn Geographers lint JVo One Else One of time strangest and most sue cessful hoaxes on record has lately been exposed through a report made to the livtlrographic office at Washington by Capt Bnfcrd of the transport Grant plying between San Francisco Honolulu and Manila As a result of the reports received by the hydrographic office it has been decided that Morrell and Byer islands named after Capt Morrell and his mate who discovered them in the whaling schooner Tartar never lund any existence limit were simply re ported by the captain and his mate means of achieving the distinction of having their names on the charts and maps of the Pacific ocean says the New York Sun Since 1S25 the two islands have been navigators and students nil the world over have accepted Capt Morrells report that they were where he stated he had found them Capt Morrell reported the islands to be in north latitude 29 degrees and 59 east longitude 171 degrees and l minutes He gave detailed descriptions of the islands which were duly put on record and the government charts were corrected accordingly The whaler stated in his report that he had taken possession in the name of the United States and it was at his request that they were named Mor Dyer in honor of the captain und mate It now appears that time report was all a joke The captain aud mate went through life without ever giving it awa3 if it was while vessel after vessel in crossing the Pacific kept careful lookout for two little islands that had no existence Capt Morrell and Matt flyer carried to the grave with them knowledge that the government had charted islands that were only a dream The war with Spain and the of Hawaii brought the end of the international marine joke Travel across the Pacific from San Francisco to Honolulu and Manila was suddenly doubled and trebled and quite a num ber of the steamers that took the direct route to Manila without stopping at Honolulu passed near where Morreli island ought to have been but there is no log in existence barring that ol the whaling schooner Tartar in which a call at Morrell island is mentioned Last February Capt Buford of the army transport Grant decided to set tie the matter on his return trip from Manila to San Francisco He headed straight for Morrell island On Febru ary 23 he reached the locality where it was on the chart There was no land in sight Capt Buford steered his ship on toward the spot where hi charts showed Morrell island to be 11 was a clear day and the lookout could have detected land anywhere within a radius of 25 miles No Irnd was 3e ii The big transport steanie right ovei Capt Morrells bit of territory and the water did not grow even shallow This settled the question finally Site Melteu see Miss Jonsing she was on her dignity at fust Pete An how did yp break de ice I done axed her to hab ice Puck Help You Least Expect It He that wrestles with us our nerves and sharpens our skill Our antagonist is QUI helper Burke i 1 I state Perhaps chartedand minutes relland thee directly i SamYo creams strengthens I I a disappoint as- a annexation Where Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm containing 312- J4 acres situated J miles south of Bryants vllle There is a splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on time place good barn ice house granary niid all other necessary out buildings Neverfalling water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place Is well suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to churches und good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange KUH INN 920 tf Bryantsville Ky Farm For Rent I will rent for the ensuing year my farm containing acres situated ono mile west of 1reaehersville W acres to be put in wheat 15 for corn A in meadow and remainder in grass Good jVroom dwelling on place nover falling Witter good fencing and all necessary outbuildings nil in good repair Possession given at once For further particulars apply to W 1 West Preachersville or A II Bastiu Lancaster MUS MAGGIE T HOBBS The First Gincinnati Fall Festival Sept I 9 to 29 1 900 If you cant go to Paris come to the Paris of America One Hundred Thousand Dollars have been set aside for the festivities of the CincinnatiFall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be the leading feature All perma nent exposition buildings will be occupied They cover over 100000 square feet space and will be filled with new novel instructive Stnte and time presunc one promises to be more attractive and novel than ever before In Gold Will be given for the best Float in the great Trades and Manufacturers 1anwie A georgeous Flower 1arade the spectacle ever wit nessed in Cincinnati will bea feature of the novel entertainments from all of thenew and modern Midway Plaisanee In the Great Springer Music Hall Ore of the largest and most famous auditoriums in spectacular allegory will be given withgrand cast and scenery New costumes and inspiring music The the festival will be heralded by booming of cannon ringing of bells mind the welcoming ceremonies in honor of thom Harvest Queen whose royal barge will met on its WilY down the and who will be es corted great state to a grand reception atSpringer Hall Novel and fireworks display will be mUll from moving boats The Zoo Island and other sumncrresorts will have special programs A duty will be set apart for time Trades Unions of the and another diy devoted to a ster Athletic Carnival Cincinnati invites her neighbors to participate in these festivities Low rate ox will run riaily via Queen t Crescent Route mind other excursions for diiys upon which especially portions of the vast festivities unfit amuse meats take place REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT 51900 RESOURCES Loans mid discounts flOSOM 7t Overdrafts secured and unsecured l 2 US 00StocksBankinghouse furniture und fixtures 7f00 00 Other real estate und mortgages owned 1 200 00 Due from National liauks not Ke serve Agents 7S29 8a Due from State Hanks and Hankers i 00 Due from approved reserve agents Sltii w Internal revenue stump 27500 Checks and other lOt Notes of other national banks fiSO 03 Fractional paper currency nickles amid cents 5174 BANK viz S3S2 r 0 Legaltender notes Redemption fund with U S Tress urer 5 per cent circulation 1250 00 TOTAL 201 KM a LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 50000 00 fund 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses und taxes ivf 01 00Due00DueBanks 81 1C Individual deposits subject to check 1142i 1 Certified cheeks ST 60 Tax Fund j 01 TOTAL jruir on STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY op GARRAKI I B F Hudson Cashier of the above tunned bunk do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge smut belief B F Cashier Subscribed smut sworn to before me this 15 day of Sept 1100- U KIXJJ AIPD Notary Public CORRECT Attest t HEN n 0 originated I 000 oftheworlda A geor lons lit Conc Ion or ruts Citizens National BanK 8 RESEItE 1071 00 i ss LAWFUL Mossy Ix t945t 50 LEWIS Y LKAVEIL JJ WALKER T M ARNOLD I Directors REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BARK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT 51900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts l3fiSi1 17 Overdrafts secured und unsecured 8 71 U S Bonds to secure circulation 0000 00 Stocks securities etc X 00 fixtures 11000 00 Other real estate and mortgages own ed 7118 12 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 2 DC Due from approved reserve agents 7GJ2 10 Revenue Ul 00 Cheeks and other cash items 2540 Notes of other National Banks 1 575 10 Fractional 105 2Ji LAWFUL MOSEY RESERVE Is BANK viz Specie Legaltender notes 1022 Redemption Fund with Treats urer 5 circulation 2500 00 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 50000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 7fi71 5n National Bank notes outstanding 500CO Due to other National Banks 7405 0 Due to State Banks und Bankers ISS Individual deposits subject to check 173572 Certified checks 1297 I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Cushier Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of Sept 1900 R KINNAIRD Public Commission expires January 10th 1301 CORRECT Attest i OFTJlE z 00 1000 00 CO U S fro7 I 10000 tJ Total ooro STATEOF KEXTUCK COUNTY OF GAPRUDSS S C furuitumrc amid 9227 7 ALEX R Wit II KINNAIRD STORM ES I DEN J Ii I Dlrettor Cheap Sale As asent of the National Rank of Lancaster Ky Time Farmers National Bunk of Richmond Ky J K Stormed and J V Poor I will sell at a bargain farm of liJ acres the farm of E II Walkers There is a two room the the hUH is all in Terms apply to tht nwl r i iie l or to E II Walker near time premises This Sth day of September 10 ALKX K I INN V i s I hive 2 or 3 nice jersey cows and calves for sale A K D 13 Sept It A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me Another Word To those wanting Big Bargains I am selling Spring and Sum mer goods at cost Come get some of these bargains Sallie D THlett ORGANIZED 1883 FOr house ouu eIlS e c I Jjtiti arm grass all n lJ NATIONAL BABE OF LANCASTER KY ITIZEliS Surplus Fund 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HiQHiNBOTHAJt Prcslden LEWIS Y LHAVKLI VIcePrealdem B F HUDSON Caahici O RIQNEY Assistant Cash WALKEE Bootkeepe DIRECTORS JMHIGOINEOTHAM LEWIS Y LEAV2LL T ilABNOLD B F HUDSON For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond aunt Copper Creek pikes in Garrard county miles from Paint Lick with a nice necessary with good and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A K or Jams N Dcnuy Point Leavell or with me at Rich mond W K DENNY JSJnnctf Now Is Your Time To Visit The Pacific Coast Cheap excursion tickets good for three weeks on sale via Great Northern Railway Sept 4 and IS Oct 1 and 16 Inquire of the railway ticket agent or write F I WIIITNEV Genl Pass and Tkt Agt St Paul JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand 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