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I KLVUNT1I YKAIC Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt at Second Class Matter Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY SEETEMBER 27 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR f ct tnttn rUHBEI 2 Louis r w wr 3- t Yr r I f- T 2t thA 5 LANDRAM fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy rrL l oo0oeooooocoooopaoootaoaoaoaoooaooooo9oooooao4asooao ooooooao o aenox oaaeaecs saaao4osoooa arooaod ooarrooa o ooM aoro aGaposaa There were many drunks Monday A great many took advantage ofithe low rates to Natural Bridge Sunday Fresh Eggs Ext l pricc for clean good stock 11 IJ Ttfortlicott Do not fail to see my line of Winter Suits made to measure for DOL TAIS before the is broken- T C HK3niiiiLL Ijist KxciirJoii Lust exclusion Cincinnati Sunday at lrf for round trip Many attrac tions Take it in Train leaves Lau taster 252 a m The Logan Dry Goods Co gave TIm RECORD ollice work last week that re quired thousand impressions By aid our excellent steam fixtures we delivered the order some time before the time promised Lancaster people arc glad to learn the Methodist conference at Nich olasville returned Rev Lconidas Rob inson to the local church for mother year Mr Robinson is a hard wark ing man and is the kind of citizen that is a help to any com muni 13 To Tie Trails I desire to state that after three mouths hard work I have been able to secure a KIKSTCLASS LINK OF 3IKUCHAXT TA1IOUIXO from whirl for the LOW IuicE OK TEX Now this is no UEADY MADE STUFF but sTKicrrY MKKCHAXT TAILOIIX made to your INDIVIDUAL MEASTUE and a IEUFUCT KIT GUARANTEED IN EVEKY CASK Come and see this line before buying J C IlKMriiiLL oiiiviIc Horse Show The Louisville Horse Show will be held October 151 inclusive and judg jog from the appearance of the Prize List a of which we have just re the show will be a credit to the State of Kentucky The Association hangs up 10000 which will be award ed in premiums to sixtylive different classes of horses Kentucky has nev er had a real indoor horse show and the metropolis of the State now to make up for lost opportunities tnj t i stock I lift nf tIre Iohillnll Uhllun- 1l I can make you a SUIT or an ovt ns G copy promises TEN scot DOLL cc ivied T Fall percales in grat profusion at T Josephs 7 Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G 3 Gaines or J M Logan In well theres no end to the pretty styles we show Ladies you should see them T Our line of kid gloves of all is the handsomest and most complete shown iii Central Kentuckjrr We hope you will look at them J Joseph The How of gas at Minor Sons well did not hold out long When the stream shot up there was a gen eral stampede of those standing about with pipes cigars etc We havent time to mention the ma ny handsome new goods now coming in at our store but will say that thing you want in strictly new and uptodate dry goods notions shoes etc etc you will findrhere J Joseph To the Farmer We have sacks scattered all over this county with our good friends the farmers they expect to bring thou back to us but neglect it from time to time Why not get these sacks to gelher put them where you will see them and return to us we need them IT A B Marksbury Son Election Notice An election to fill the vacancy in the ollice of trustee for every district in the count which will result from the expiration of the chairmans term on the 30th day of Tune 1901 will at each district school house from one oclock p in till six oclock p in Saturday Oct i 1101 At this election no tax can be voted ex cept to supplement the teachers sal ory or extend the school term Court Hay A tremendous crowd of people came to town and business was fairly good but not up to the average September court A great many peo pie came to the speaking but many came on business attended to it went home soon after dinner Stock trading was fairly good as our stock column will show Business was brisk at the pens The day passed without a single disturbance every bods seemed happy and well pleased with what they had seen and heard hosiery salads any I beheld ana off Joseph C C Monday WE ARE ABLE TO GIVE GREAT BARGAINS WHEN SELLING BECAUSE WE RECEIVE GREAT VALUES WHEN BUY ING OF THE BOY Who when asked to name the smartest scholar in school said he couldnt tell as his father told him never brag or show off We are not quite as modest as the boy nor need we be considering that you as a customer have the right to be told who has the largest and best line ofMerchandise this Fall We not only carry the biggest assortment of good selling merchandise in the trade at figures that cannot be matched throughout this section but we showing more novelties and new styles than most any house in Central Kentucky These values demonstrate and prove our capacity for your gain Neither chance nor accident gave us possession of so fine assortment of merchandise They are here at INCOMPARABLE prices because of our tireless vigi lance and unceasing zeal You have been trained and incouraged to expect the unusual beneath this roof and we hope our endeavors will protect you against disap pointment You should take advantage of the first op portunity to look through our line of Dress Goods Gen eral Dry Goods Cloaks Wraps Skirts Underwear Shoes Clothing and Furnishing Goods I IMMESE PURGHASES OUR SPECIALTY YOU MAY HAVE HEARD are THE a T T1LOGNDRYGOODSCO 0 e Handsome fur collars and collarettes at Josephs Beautiful line of French flannels and flanneletts at Best accommodations by Nicholas villc Stage Line aug30tf Why buy a readymade suit when jou cin one made to your meas ore for TEN J C Hemphill 200 to 300 bushels damp wheat Good feed for hogs II A B Marks bury Son Wanted Chickens Ducks Geese and Tur keys Good prices paid next ten days Want car load II B Xorfiucott We have started our Mills Bring us your wheat amfwe will guar satisfaction are now re ceivinjr wheat on deposit Call and see us J S Minor Son J Hill has opened a firstclass grocery in the Middlesboro and will keep everything in that line The store is located at corner of Totten avenue and Campbell street where he will be glad to wait on all his old friends TailorMade at S71O The man is knocked out by the Chicago Woolen Mills Every thing is guaranteed Suits cut and made to your measure fit and qiality 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 Married In Arkansas At ElDorado yesterday Miss Mamie Henry was married to Mr J A of that city The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Solon B Henry of this city and was quite a favorite here She has been visiting her sister Mrs E II Smith in El Dorado for some time and the is quite a surprise to Lancaster friends She is a young lady of beauty and intelligence and will make the man of her choice a loving and wife He is a banker in El Dorado one of its most prominentcitizens Lancaster friends of the bride send hearty congratulations Hon John White A big crowd assembled in the Monday morning to hear the lion John D White prohibition for governor set forth his claims to the executive chair Mr White is a fine speaker and is a man of good sense and well posted on of the day He tired hot shot at both political parties and went on show that the only way to sive country was to elect his party to He told many good anecdotes and kept his audience in an uproar of laughter during most of the time tells THE RECORD he will make campaign of the state Cutting oil the Chute The Chute furnished trouble of serious nature Monday than is usual on court days Ben Guinn a notorious character of and Jim Anderson Wiggle had a dilliculty in which Anderson cut an ugly slash across Guinns neck Itwas thought the juglar vein was severed but it proved otherwise An derson claims selfdefense The is a hardworking man when sober but is not much account when full of blind tiger whisky As we go to press Guinn is suffer ing much but it is thought he will recover He has been cut to pieces several times and has a blind eye from effects of former scrapes IIu Uli Smith Dead Mr Hugh M Smith died at his home in this city Monday night Mr Smith had been suffering from heart trouble for several months and had been in a critical condition for some weeks He was a son of Mrs Eliza beth Smith deceased and was born and reared in this city He moved to Tennessee several years ago but re turned to Lancaster Since his return he has been in such poor health that he could not engage in business regu larly For many years he was engag ed in the carriage business here and intended to resume that occupation had his health permitted He was twice married first to Miss Mattie Singleton who died His second wife was a Miss Brown who resided in Tennessee where lived for some time The latter and two small children sur vivo him Mr Smith was a man well liked by all who knew him lIe had lots of wit which made him a favor ite among his friends He was an honest industrious citizen the kind tint go to make up a good communi ty He was a brother of W GSmith mail agent on the C O road Mrs George R Harden of Covington and and Mrs John Rose of Louisville Funeral services were held at the Baptist church of which ho was a member yesterday morning conduct ed by Dr J L McKee after which the remains interred In the Lan caster Cemetery f J Joseph RICE BtxoE ha L vJ4or Flout dotes Jfe R addition suits middle Rowland wedding helpful D Court- House candidate matters power a- more that settlement were DOL tits Sale C S nd later C J tome Hen t I For Sale or Rent Good fourteen room residence for rent or sale on Danville street to H C Hamilton ang30tf Just received a car load of Prime Cypress Shingles prices buying and on hand at all times J S MINOU SON A Word To The Farmers We are in the market for Wheat and will pay the market for same at all times If to deposit for your ownjdse deposit it with us and get J S Minor Son Feast of Lanterns The feast of Lanterns which had to be postponed on account of will be given at the residence of Dr Kinnaird Friday evening from seven to nine Admission and ten cents Young and old are making lanterns you can make one too Better lay in your coal The price is still advancing Guitars Violins Mandolins and full stock of strings for same at Thompsons After trying local option for four jears Somerset voted saloons back Saturday by a majority of twenty five We are here tc stayand cannot af ford to do poor work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber Low KatCH To Cincinnati 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 the 19 21 24 26 and 28th tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip good returning the day following sale Trains leave Lancaster at 252 a m leave Cincinnati at 730 p m Lancaster at midnight AsLancaster has no local tailor now 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 to give then the same satisfaction that they have gotten from their local tailor or it will cost them nothing and at prices much cheaper than they have been buying J C Prices Extraordinary I have suits cut iud made to your measure as low as 750 cents others at 9 10 and 12 others absolutely allwool and extra good at 14 This is no readymade goods The profit is small but many sales will compensate for that 1 also have Wannamaker Brown readymade department one of the largest and most complete in the world at astonishingly low figures Give me a call in Thompson block Richmond avenue sep 273t M D Hughes Agt War Declared The ladies of the W C T U have determined to do all in their power to enforce the local option law in and Monday were on the streets asking signatures to a petition to the City Council asking that steps be taken toward breaking up the ma ny tigers now operating in town We could not learn the exact plan to be persued but they have gone at the matter in earnest and if the men who believe in law and order will only help them somebody will be made to smoke ORATORY ON TAP Wilson and Peake Discuss the Issues of the Day In Presence of Tremendous Crowd In This City It has been a long time since the circuit court room was so densely crowded as it was Monday afternoon Men stood in the aisles the windows and on the railings in their endeavor to hear Hon Gus Wilson of Louis ville and lIon Frank Peaks of Shel byville set forth the good qualities of their respective candidates for presi dent and governor We want to say here that it was also by far the most intelligent and gentlemanly crowd that we have ever seen at a political speaking The riffraff element was conspicuous by its absence and the very best of order prevailed Mr Willson led off in an hour and fifteen minute talk which Mr Peake follow ed for an hour and a half Mr Will son had fifteen minutes rejoinder It would be folly to attempt in our urn ited space to give a synopsis of the speeches and we will only say that each man thoroughly satisfied his res pective followers They are both gen tlemen of the highest type and re rained from the abuse and usually indulged in at such Each man was roundly at times and both warmly congratulated at the close of the If all political speakers were of the type of these gentlemen twould be a godsend to the country Apply before k p Lime Cement ou go flour time weather refreshments The L reaching HE n ILL I I Lancaster I a I I I I I I I I meetings cheered were Ide- bate I ZY Banjos get iWe S price 4S C mudslinging t j a is The Masonic lodge worked in A degree Tuesday evening If you want good job work at figures call at THE RECORD office If you are in need of furniture go to A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money On and after October 4 I will have 200000 Brick for sale sep273t R M Dillehay Handsome broadcloths at JosephV They are leaders and we know you cannot find anything that surpasses them Taken Up as ICstray Small red cow with calf Cows horns turn up Owner can get same by paying for keeping and this notice W R Cook Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W HAKUIS Collector An exchange says the man who runs down his town should remember that he is free to leave it and will confer a favor upon posterity if he will do so immediately if not sooner To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to pay now as it will be later on The penalty will soon DC added tf JAS PEAKCE Collector Holidays In celebration of the Jewish new year J Josephs and the Cincinnati Store were closed Monday Their next celebration will begin Tuesday evening October 2 Atonement Day where the Jews will forgive offenses and confess their sins committed the past year That day which lasts till Wednesday evening will be observed as fast day the Jews neither eating drinking smoking nor tobacco Can Grant License Any Time For the benefit of many who ask if vote will probably b3 taken on the whisky question TIlE RECORD will say that it has inquired and can find no foundation for the report If the City Council should decide to do so it can grant license at any time it sees proper and saloons could be opened in Lancaster next day But the Council not in favor of such a move at least we know a majority of them are not and theres no probability of such a move being made The tiger has en up his abode in Lancaster for to come it seems the- E Notice Jewl during chewing tar sometime reasonable Superb vinter cloaks of all styles Carpenters a very busy set in Lancaster and its almost to secure the services of one The Public Square needs metal in many places The chain gang could put in good time breaking stone for this purpoc Iu tor Accept Rev Mr Woolford of Ind has accepted the call to the Lancaster Baptist church and will arrive to take next week Isaac Philips once a Druggist in Lancaster and quite well known here died at his home in Lincoln Friday He had many relatives and friends in this county Twentyfive wagon loads of shingles the streets Monday They were made in the knobs and of a very good quality Most all were sold The line of wagons made a circle of the Park fence Howard to The jury in the trial of Jim How ard charged with the shooting of Goebel returned a verdict of guilty yesterday and fixed the genalty at death Howards attorney will ap peal the case I am better prepared than ever be fore to show you the most elegant line of Woolens ever brought to Lancaster as I have over 2000 large Samples for you to select from and as 1 have jnst had my ollice refitted and prepared 1 will ask you to call and see me before you buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat J C HEMPHILT SOCIETY Army of Cum belaud a Chickamausa The Army of the Cumberland will meet at Chattanooga October 5111 1900 At the same time a meeting of the National Park Commission and various State Commissions will be held and an inspection of this memorial to the heroism of the Blue and Gray will be made locations of tablets and monuments discussed and points of interest visited Mass meetings and meetings of the various societies attending will be held Every soldier of 18G3 or of 18 8 should go to this memorable meeting ChickamaugaHALF Round trip tickets Queen Crescent Route from Cin cinnati and North Oct 8th and 9th good to return Oct Iamb One Fare round trip Write to W CRinearson G P A Cincinnati He will give you full particulars and send you free printed matter line atJo hs are impossible Yea county were pn lang 5f holy marvelous 1 ooroooooooooooooooo ooo o I WE HANDLE gsa I 1OWEI I Ii WAGON I 1 This wagon is sold on il I guarantee and we know you will like them i IfJ R Hasel i oJ J A Beazley Co e i FAMOUS a positive ell aoodooaoooaoa4oaooooooooaoooooGOO0c Fiineral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty lull Line of Furniture antI Carpets Clothes Iake the Man We have the prettiest line ever shown in this market Dont takeour word but come and see We can dress you correctly at p rices that will make you wonder Suits 5 050 i50 and 1000 Overcoats 350 5 50 750 10 R L Jelmings Co Leading Merchants Paint Lick Dont forget to see our premiums and get tickets R L Davidson Attorney At Lav Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards tT e We are Ready with Advance Styles 1 Mens Fall lothing 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 uy a Fair Suit r- 1OOO I Wuy a Medium Suit 25O Buys a Suit Good enough 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 a study for many years LOGAN ROBINSON Mens Outfitters 1m 750 Will r for rn Clothing m 8 ti i m j 8 ti 3 3 r i a e rr 5 o n I i- D 0- i s HARDING Largest Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Pianos AND Organs In Central States Have permanently located jhere and propose to accomodate the musicloving people of Lancaster and vicinity with an of the largest and best line of instruments in America at prices and terms that cannot be duplicated Please call and inspect our goods in Mr room northwest corner Public Square Qeo M Overman Salesman 1J I i I 1 I I I I E W Harris I JgjfffffffMi lJi jlilffifft il l tlffff 2 tg I J i I 1AEll p assortment Q Q CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY SEPT 27 igoo EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TERMS ONE YBAB IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 50- THBEI 25 J OUR old friend Harry Sommers of the Elizabethtown News sizes up pretty well in the following When a man leaves the other par ty and joins ours he is a patriot but when he leaves our party he is a d m bolter At least that is the way we notice the papers generally put it up In 1S90 the Democrats called the gold bugs bolters and the Republicans called them patriots This year the Republicans call the antiimperialists who are leaving them and coming out for Bryan as bolters and the Demo crats think they are patriots It is funny how different things look from a different point of view WHEN a Sew York mans funds to get low lie insured his life for his wifes benefit and committed We know a number of fellows who would do the proper caper by fol lowing this mans example They are fellows who hang about the streets and public places all day while the poor wife is probably taking in to take the daily bread The wife would do well to use a shot gun on such men even without an on his life WONDER if some day the country correspondents to the dailies will send in something like this This town was thrown into a fever of excitement today by a fight with carving knives between John Smith and Bill Jones in which both were killed They were two of the leading toughs of this neighborhood and the glad affair has cast a pall of joy and relief over the entire community And there are others THE Winchester Democrat says it is all very right and proper for a to be dignified and hold strong views on religion politics and other matters but for him to pout and refuse to an acquaintance simply because the one has views which do not to his own ideas of timings stamps him as having been builded on the narrow gauge plan which will sooner or later prove his undoing TimE Lexington Democrat with our neighbor W P Walton at the helm has made its appearance It not preaches democracy in loud tones but publishes much news of interest It is a good paper and starts out favorable circumstances CLEVELAND has declined to serve on the international board of arbitration under The Hague Conference While the whole world is fighting would seem to be a farce TIlE political speakers are to warm up in the cause and most of them can now speak for three hours and never break a sweat Two Candidates for the insane asylum saved themsel ties from the stomach troubles that drives folks crazy by Dr Caldwellj Syrup Pepsin It is guaranteed t cureevery form of Stomach Trouble Sold by R E McRoberts 1m is incorrigible He swears he up a bad then on swearing to Lick The Spoon Indianapolis Ind Rov 10 99 Pepsin Syrup Co Dear have been keeping house for five years and are nevei 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 mj wife was giving a dose to our baby li old and Nelda our little girl 4 years old for some too Her mamma told her she didnt need It and then she said Cant I lick fie spoon It is pleasant to take the effects are so good we hate to be without Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Yours truly Lafe D Werthers Mgr Enterprise Hotel matters began suicide washing insurance recognize conform I only under arbitration beginning habitand anted SirsWe years mane Man will give keeps cried st LM 1 STUN Mr George Raney is very sick Sorghum making is in progress in this locality The threshing machine was here last week and did a great deal of work We are very glad to say that Taster Cobie Raney is out again after a very bad spell of fever J M Johnson of High Bridge will begin teaching a class in vocal music at Scotts Fork Saturday at one p in All that signed be there on time to begin with the first lessonO Hardin has returned from a weeks visit with his brother in COY ington Mr and Mrs Norman Simp son of Illinois are spending several weeks with relatives here Miss Ourrie Taylor of Danville spent two weeks with her father Jack Baylor of Judson Miss Jewell Saunders visited her grand father J M of Judson last week Smith Thompson has been to the Crab Springs a week for his health Luther Humphrey is very sick at this writing Eld Beazley filled the at Scotts Fork Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Miss Mattie Saunders visited relatives at Pink Jessamine this week Miss Myrtle Moberley entertained a of her friends Sunday PllEACIIERSVILLE Wheat sowing is the topic of the Taylor is sick at this time Robert Holtclaw sold 12 hogs to G M Sam Ballard sold a nice calf Woods Walker for 20 J F Payne bought a nice cow and calf from J M Cress for 35 J M Cress has moved to his farm he purchased from Dick Robinson Wat Faulkner bought of John Lov ell his corn crop for 140 in the Held J P Ballard bought some nice hogs in Rockcastle county last week at 4Jc Mr Mat Siler has bought about barrels of corn from II II Davis and Milt Grayson for 135 in the field J C Fox bought a nice mule colt from Mrs Payne for 43 and 35 hogs from Parrish Boler for 4fc per Ib Mr Brown of Marksbury bought of G A Siler his farm of G4 acres for 2000 cash Mr Siler is talking of moving to Oklahoma Bro Carmicle of Mt Vernon filled his regular appointment last Sunday it being his first day on the new year year of his pastorate at this place he is giving general satisfaction as a pastor We want to extend congratulations to Mr Frank Holtzclaw and Mr who captured Misses Grade and Jennie the two beautiful and daughters of Mr and Mrs Sweeney Morgan W P Grimes has made the purchases of cattle 14 from Mr King at 22 per head 3G from J M Roberts at15 per head he also sold 05 hogs to S Anderson for 4f and 15 calves to Woods Walker at 20 per head Mr Jeff Dyehouse who has boon hailing that disease consump tion yielded up the ghost last and was buried in the graveyard Friday A good man is gone we extend sympathies to the bereaved ones Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and never thought of using clse for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate ac tion of the liver stimulate vous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you by C O J E Stormes I 0 ir T Saunders Orchard pulpit number dayTom Siler Ic Sutton accomplished Thursday Nay grandmothers anything the oclock very fur toll 2 C folio- ing dread then maKe Fort 3c r 0 5Y ale of M a MAUKSI5UIIY Edd Sutton sold a few daps ago a nice mule colt for 50 The meeting is still in progress at the Fork church at the present time there has been eight additions We hope that many may be brought to Christ through the efficient of Rev Williams Rev A J Copass pastor of Mt neb ron Baptist church extends thanks to his members for the nice box of canned fruit preserves and that tends to satisfy the which he was the recipient of a few days ago Last but not least was a nice bunch of chickens Rev Copass is very fond of chicken if he is not a Methodist preacher Miss Linnette Moss of Lancaster is visiting the Misses Durham Mrs Kate Rose of Junction City spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs F B Kemper Mrs Thornton and sister Miss Neck of Boyle and Miss Mollic Smith of Sunday with Mrs Sallie Fox Miss Lucy Turner of Bourne was the guest of Miss Lucile Marsec from Fri day till Monday Misses Sallie and Lee Herring left last Wednesday to enter school at Jessamine Institute Miss Tine Johnson and Mrs J S Johnson and children of Lancaster spent last Thursday with Mr F B Kemper and family Mr Everett Parks of Danville visited II D Aid ridge and family Sunday Mr F Carney wife and daughters and little Julia Mae and son Willie Willisburg and Mrs Jas Hawkins and little daughters Pearl and Mac are visiting relatives here BIIYANTSVILLE Miss Skinner began her school at C Jenkins Monday last Quite number from here attended Conference at Micholasville Sunday Just received a new line of saddles harness and lap robes J S Ilaselden Rev J B James of Lexington will fill the pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sun day being the fifth Sunday I wish to announce to my friends and customers that I now have my early fall goods such as readyto wear frets childrens hoods and capes and cordially ask them to call and see them They will be sold at the very lowest prices Mrs A S Ilaselden Dr Webb spent several days with friends here the past F Jennings visited relatives last week Mrs James Hills visited relatives in Lancaster last week Mr and Mrs Moss spent a few days with their parents Mr and Mrs Shearer the past week Mrs J X Dunn visited in Lancaster last week Clint Arm strong was at home for a few days last week Misses Emma Spruce May Taylor Miss Murphy and Mrs Davis from Nicholasville and Miss Alberta Anderson of Lancaster were among the guests at Mrs JackDunns Sunday FLATWOODS James Naylor sold a for 35 last Monday Mr Green Siler sold his farm to Mr Henry Brown for 2000 Mr Wm Coldiron has had a well bored also Mr Jake Clouse W H Purr sold ten fat hogs to Sweeney Morgan for 405 per hun dred Thomas Colletts daughters Sallie and Eliza are reported better of the typhoid fever Milton Grayson and Henry Davis contemplates starting to Oklahoma in a few days Mrs C W Graves is visiting relatives in Fleming county Walter Spang let spent Saturday and Sunday at W H Ella Elam visited her grandmother Mrs Celia Conn last Sunday r Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to cut bruise 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 by R E McRoberts 1m r jt ia I preaching everything appetite to iss 4 to I mule Purrs MIss t ma liens Lancastersp 11 lI attic week a p c O B a A revival is in progress at old Free dom church J D Hardin has been quite sick the past week but is better We understand R L Warner has a position in a telephone ofllce Luck to you Bob Mr and Mrs Leonard Nave are over time arrival of a little Kinnaird There has been several rains here lately have not been sufficient to replenish the wells and cisterns 3Ir Cronley Broaddus house caught fire Monday and had it not been for plenty of neighbors and water it soon would have been past control Uut as it was not much damage was done Chamberlains Cough Kcineily a Great lavoritc 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 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 McRoberts 1m A run TO TIIK MOUNTAINS Two girls of Marksbry having spent a pleasant two weeks in the moun tains of Kentucky at Barboursviile Artemus Coalport and Pineville to write a brief sketch of their trip One bright morning we took the 11 oclock train at Lancaster On our way we enjoyed the picturesque scen ery very were long stretch es of level land then mountains the sky We passed through ten tunnels After a safe journey we ar rived at our destination about six and a half oclock and were met by Dr and Mrs J II attend ed the Barbourville met a number of intelligent and hos people We were told there were about 3000 people present the third day of the fair Floral Hall was very artistically decorated the displays of fruit etc were all good especially the art A good number of fine cattle and horses were shown each day Some of the judges were from Garrardcoun county We had the pleasure of at tending the Knox County Institute two days The Institute was by Prof White of Lexington University the teachers were as in tclligent and understood their work as thoroughly as do any of our teach ers in the Bluegrass The Institute was well attended over eighty teach ers being present With a party of friends we visited the East Jellico coal mines at Coal port We dinner on the moun tain after dinner we were conduct ed through the mines by Mr Hans ford the accommodating That being our first trip we were a little afraid but our fear grad wally subsided as we proceeded thro the mines We rode in pit wagons drawn by mules in some sections oth ers walked through in one place we were told that there was about 300 feet of coal earth etc above us there were over seventy miners at work The miners are supplied with fresh air pumped in by an it so cool in one room one of the said they believed it would snow in a short time We crossed the Cumberland river a number of times the trees and bushes growing in careless profusion on the banks afford many lavish pictures of nature In some places high cliffs roar majestically on each side and covered with a luxuriant growth of ferns and evergreens The forests teem with game and nuts the river with fish as we watched the placid waters moving on we thought we could say of the Cumberland as Byron said of the ocean Roll on thou deep blue ocean roll Ten thousand sweep oer theo in vain Man marks the earth with rivers His control stops with the shore The majority of com fortable homes are well and possess those virtues which invariably command respect We found the of all the homes we had the pleasure of visiting furnished with all the delicasies of the season There are good churches and Sunday schools in the reach of all We were much pleased with the grounds on which the Baptist College is to be situated There is a ten acre campus in the prettiest part of the town STo health ier or more beautiful situation could be found the school will open the 1st week in October in the Graded school building as the college has not been completed While in Barbourville we were handsemely enternained by Misses Bessie Durham and Jennie Dickinson We visited at time hospjtr able home of Hon N B Hays at Pineville the night before our Pineville is a pretty town situ ated on the Cumberland river almost surrounded by mountains a very pleasant place to visit Bidding kind friends wo started for home Saturday Sept 12 1900 at 8 oclock arriving in ter at 330 P S Editors Awful Plight Editor Seneca Ins News was afflicted for years with Piles that no doctor or remedy helped he tried Bucklens Arnica Salve He writes two boxes wholly cured him its the surest Pile cure on earth and the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cents Sold by McRoberts druggist 1m c e McCU Alt Y now rejoicing daughterJessie R E decided much there ring Durhamwe fairthere pitable display conducted tool superintendent A in tables return a F DI Higgins until R E I wa y f they 4 pier S engines party live educated Bubourv god Lan 5 file cos V IN of A quart of feed for 12 hens is a good measurement Fifty aged mules sold Monday at from 50 to 150 Great complaint is made over the shortness of stock water Bourne bought of different parties 20 light heifers at S325 A B Brown bought 80 head of different parties at 350 Bowen Fox bought four big Monday at an average of 110 L K Perkins bought of Hildrcth Pearliu 32 150 pound cattle at 450 About 350 head of sheep at the pens Monday which sold from 340 to 3 50 In 1SSO there were two hundred horses in Australia in 1900 there are two millions Rev Ira Parton sold to Billy Law 24 acres of his farm adjoining Lawsons for 700 Setting hens should have food water with some exercise and a good dusting every day Rice Benge says there were about 100 mule colts on the market Monday which brought from 30 to GO The Lexington Herald says mules are higher than for years and reports that big ones are worth 300 to 450 a pair Joe Kindig Bowen Fox bought Monday about seventyfive mule colts at from 20 to 5250 They were nice mules Mr Johnson Allen of Danville is making a good start with Belgian hares and later on will be heard from with something fancy In poultry raising the main point is to obtain a profit on the feed The more that can be fed at a profit the better for the poultry raiser Seed Wheat for Sale We will have a limited supply wheat reclcaned of the best riety suitable for the farmers of this section H A B Marksbury Son The demand for hogs good Mon way as they are very scarce There were only about 100 on the market and they were of inferior quality They brought from 450 to 475 Mule colts were as thick as burrs on a sheeps back Monday but there was compliant at the price offered on the other hand say they did like the quality offered Mr W C Terhune of Harrodsbiug bought and shipped from Lawrence burg 5S mule colts that cost 104450 This lot was shipped to Georgetown Pa He also engaged some firstclass mule colts for October delivery Cultivate fence corners Vermont farmers make good incomes by takiffg care of fence corners In Pcnnsylva nia farms are pictures in agricultural a fence corner is neglected but all are doing something toward the income of the owner Dimes dollars trifles make life A correspondent in Rural New Yorker says With fowls as with cows the greatest producers are more liable to disease than those of more moderate production and I believe that the average keeper should set his mark at a fair average production rather than an excessive one Harrodsburg Court About 500 cat tie on the market Quality fair trade was brisk in good feeding cattle and they sold quickly Time best 900 Ib steers brought 4Jc The lower grades sold at 4 to 440 Good yearlings brought 4c heifers seemed to be a little oil in price One bunch of GOO pound fat heifers brought 305 but most sales at 3 to 3Jc cows were also lower most sales at 3c About 1000 sheep mostly wethers that sold A good sized crowd present with some few buyers from other states Trade was In n healthy condition and stock of all sorts sold well Democrat To prevent consumption quickly cure throat and lung troubles with One Minute Cough Cure F P Frisbie The Cincinnati Store best Plase is TOIL New Store New Goods New rices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving you people The Worth of Your Money Hoping that will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me when you come to town CINCINNATI BARtiMN STORE son and- y alai seed was Buyers artnot mal e at 3c Hoc We Are f 11 ca 4 I you esc f oft We have made a great success of our various lines of Ladies Readytowear Garments such as Tailor Made Suits Shirt Waists Dressing Sacques To these lines we will add the largest and finest line ot Ladies Pattern HatsEver shown in Danville We will have no Milliner but will have exclusively Pattern trimmed Hats and Walking Hats Sat Sep 29When we will show more than 300 hats readytowear While we will have low and medium priced hats our main effort will be after the fine trade To this end we have secured the sale for two of the most celebrated makes of Trimmed Pattern Hats and Walking Hats In this country These houses cater only to the most city trade and have never before had an agency in this part of Kentucky We hope you will come to our opening and that you will be amply repaid Tailor Made SuitsWe have this season surpassed all our previous efforts in this line and will show over 200 suits and about 50 styles Prices range from i o to 35 dollars and we will save you from 250 to 750 on any suit you buy Even the cheapest suits are per fectIy tailored handsomely lined and finished and will fit Any alterations needed will be ma de by a first class tailor free of charge Dress Goods About 200 pieces of black and colored Dress Goods embraceing most desirable color and fabric We call special at tentionto our lines of Venitians and Broad Cloths from 500 to 3 per yd in a full range of colors Zibellians Paca Cloth Pebble Cheviots etc in all colors Plaid Back Suitings and Cassimers for unlined skirts and suits we have in 20 styles from r25to 2 per yd Furs have a big stock and the early buyer gets the pick we have Boas Scarfs victorines and storm collars and long capes in all furs from 250 to 3750 Dressing SacquesTen distinct styles in Red Pink Blue Helio and Gray at 75 1 150 200 and n- pFrench FlannelsThe present craze for shirt waists have patterns all im ported direct fromParisthcse patterns cannot be seen elsewhere PetticoatsMercerized Satteen Petticoats in black and colors made like the finest silk skirts at 150 250 foco 350 Fine Black Mohair Skirts 3 New Silk Skirts 5 750 and 850 If you will look at this line you will buy them NEW DEPARTMENT exclusive feelsure every Ve Ve forty 200 a ttJyJ I Jf y 0 O 1 1 1l4Mlle r pening exclusive perfectly S Danville t c Dreaded Grip Coughs We are dispensing a new and very efficient remedy known as Which is the best remedy on the market We are Headquarters for everything in the drug line 3 t or fjJf 1 tjffJffJtfft1 fjltfjJJgiJfj WllW JJjJfffl lfflt ffJJl I 7tI rrjJ 3it ig Isl- Iti and Colds I I OO OOOOOOOOOOOQO CCOCOOOOOCOOOO x t I I II r1sb1e5JS r1Lp Ca sUJLes 1 ca 1 f e L 1r t PW I 1a tti9 31I 1 I IIjoF 1 VI JJ 0t hvX JI I J I W JIW IW I I W WWW I I 1CJ GCJ0000E 0000 81 1Z0 Qt q7i al Irr J rJ dlV J y J IIvJl v v v u 1- w r J- e theOro P- e dr r aa P 1 I Frisbi Phaziiacv PE SATURDAY OCT 6 A grand disylay of PATTERN HATS for FALL and WINTER Everybody cordially invited The Noel Sisters iZZillery Opening CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY SEPT 1900 people Col D H Collier is at home for a few days Henry Barlow attended the Elks Carnival last week Ernest G Brown a popular is at home for a few days Mr Fred Frisbie and wife were in Cincinnati for a few days this week JlissTlella Arnold has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Nicho lasville Miss Lutie Piothwell of Paint Lick is visiting Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold Messrs Burton and Frank were visitors in Richmond a few days Miss Knight of Lexington has been visiting her friend Mrs Eugene Moss Danville street Mr A C Dunn tune a mer chant of this city now living in Dan vine was in town monday Mesdames M Frisbie and J M Logan leave this week for a visit to Mrs J Sandifer of Mrs George Farris is at home from Frankfort Her husband accompani ed her and spent Sunday and Monday here Misses Sallie Tillctt and Laura Smith have returned from the cities with a beautiful line of fall and win ter millinery Capt E W Lillanl of Danville was in town Monday Eph is getting to be quite a politician and can tall lection with as much ease and grace as he can roll a pill Mr and Mrs George D Potts of the Burnet House Cincinnati are congratulations upon the birth a son who perpetuates the tine old Maryland family name of George Mur duck Leader Stanford Journal W P Walton wife and children accompanied by Miss Emma Owsley left for yesterday where Mr Walton will have charge of the democratic dally to be started Sunday The move will doubtless be only temporary as Mr Walton is fearful that he will be to stand all night work and so much of it To The Ladies We are now ready to show you our Fall stock of Ever displayed in Central Kentucky We exercised great care in selecting these goods and they are the Very Newest Patterns to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in tIle greatest profusion Call and inspect v Sallie D THIett 2 I rCiClooc 1 LQoO t ooCI 0 0 0 0 QC 0 drummer Vill at one 1 1 Coin toll receiving of PottsLexington Lexington unable the Handsomest MillInery r co- I a 4oaoaocoo4o4oo44c OUTd b oooi- I 1 F F lea rksbury al 1 ll I j Miss Annie Noel is spending several weeks in the city Mr It II Batson is in the cities fall and goods Mr Jesse Walden and wife of visited relatives here Sunday Mrs William Hughes and son Ed have been visiting relatives in Perry Mr William Lackey and wife visit ed Judge 11 A Burnside and wife SundayMiss Doty has accepted a with Miss Sallie Tillett in the millinery store Mr Banks Hudson and wife are in Lexington visiting relatives and the trots Miss Marie Joseph and brother Adolph have returned from a visit to relatives in Eaton Ohio Messrs Tom and Homer Baughman Gene Pope of Boyle visited Jno Baughman first of the week n G Price of Danville was here this week Knotty is circuit clerk of Boyle and is making a good one Mr F M Carney of Willisburg a valued subscriber to TIm RECOKIJ has been visiting relatives at Marksbury Mrs W R Lloyd and Miss Annie Dejarnett visited Mr and Mrs J S Johnson Richmond avcmieycsterday A delightful little dance was given at the Mason Hotel Tuesday evening which was enjoyed by about fifteen couples Mrs Margaret Gill Misses Mary Helen and Martha Gill Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird formed a party to Cincinnati this week Miss Lillie Noel has returned from Cincinnati with her fall and winter millinery Miss Kate Hood will stay with her and learn the trade Joe Waters of the Lincoln and Bob Cunningham of the Danville News were here their excellent papers Monday They dont grow cleverer fellows than these two Among those who attended the SwinebroadMarrs wedding were Hon Robert Sparks of Nicholasville and John S Marrs of Richmond Mcs dames Eunice and Mamie Sparks of Xicholasville Garrard county relatives have word that Robt Rice and daughters Misses Celia and Mary are safe at Galveston but they lost all their property and belongings even their clothing Miss Mary visited relatives in this section last year The marriage of Miss Nellie Marrs and Mr G Bright Swinebroad in last issue of THE RECOHD was solemnized yesterday morning to program and the happy couple left for a short visit to They were accompanied as far as Danville by the attendants Miss Altie Marksbury and Mr John F Lear Many handsome and useful presents were given the couple While in Lancaster Hon Gus Will son was entcrtaindd at the hospitable home of Gen D R Collier THE RECOKD has so frequently spoken of MrWillson that our readers are quite familiar with his excellent character and several said Monday that we were quite right in our statements Having always been an ardent of his it did our soul good to hear the many compliments passed upon Mini by both democrats and buying winter v position attending Democrat representing received announced according Cincinnati admirer republicans Danville ille r Miss Bessie Elkin is the guest of her aunt Mrs Samuel Johnson Mrs J P Simmons and son Robert Francis and Misses Pat tie and A nuts Willis all of visited Mr and Mrs J S Johnson a few days since Among those who came to the fu neral of Hugh M Smith were Capt and Mrs John Rose L M Rose Lou isville Mr and Mrs Geo R Harden Mrs Snllie Durham W G Smith and Alex Covington The following invitation is received by friends in the city The bride is a lovely girl and a representative of a tine old Kentucky family The groom is the eldest son of the Rev George W Dunlap and is well known in Lex ington where le took a collegiate course several years ago His mother was Miss Fanny Finnic of Memphis Tenn a remarkably brilliant and popular woman Dr and Mrs J M Grant invite you to be present at the marriage of their Grace Mr George Gibson on Wednesday October the third nineteen hundred at half past two oclock Baptist Church Ky Lexington Leader Full Announcement I have over 1000 samples of the la test designs in foreign and domestic woolens from the famous firms of Wanamaker Brown of and the Howard Tailoring of Chicago on exhibition at T S Elkins store in the Thompson Block on Richmond avenue Abso lutely allwool suits at 68 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 clothing in America Prices as tonishingly low and quality very su perior M D Hughes Agt JtlcCorniielc AVIiiH at 1jirix The McCormick Harvesting Company of Chicago has been awarded the Grand Prize on Harvest ing Machines at the Paris Exposition This is the highest award The Company also received the highest award a gold medal on twine for the superior quality of its product Special twine from the celebrated McCormick twine mill was exhibited to the and awarded a medal The McCormicks have received the largest number of awards as well as highest awards made to any Amer ican exhibitor In addition to the Grand Prize on machines the Gold Medal on twine they have received two medals in the department met tallurgy for superiority in forming metals into special parts for machines in the department ot machinery a medal for factory machinery a medal for factory machinery and also silver and bronze medals in other classes six medals in all besides the Grand Prize The Jntcrnatiil juries of the Exposition have recognized the great revolution wrought by McCormick machines and this large number of awards is a groat triumph for In addition to winning these awards the Gold Medal and 200 francs the single highest award for binders was won easily by the McCormick Binder at the field trial at Coulom miers on July loth against all comers This is the greatest and must trial held in France during the Exposition year The man who gets as large a salary as he thinks he deserves is usually overpaidThe may be slow but he usu ally gets there in time for soup A kettle a boil sings before it breaks That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you use Dr Kings New Life Pills Thous ands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents money back if not cured by 1 E McRoberts druggist lin Greenwoodto company S ready- made Binder machinery jury the America important It o Iii of Louisville hirksvllle Brown Philadelphia Machine McCormick anad Sold iV GGNERAb In a freight wreck on the Q and tramps were killed and five injured three of them seriously Lexingtons population according to the census just ttken is 25361 It is disappointing to her peopleas they have been claiming a greater popula for fifteen years John L Powers has resigned as of schools in Knox coun county The State Superintendent had refused to pay over the county school fund to him In a cable dispatch received at Lex ington Messrs J Hull Davidson and Peter Gross proprietors of the Amer can Restaurant at the Paris deny the story that they have made an assignment Freddie Sugg a boy twelve years old and son of C C Sugg was in a wheat bin at Sandefurs ele rater at Ilendeson when a large quan tity of wheat was let into the bin bu rying the boy several feet under it Before the lad could be rescued he had smothered to death The big suit of W S flume etc vs the Richmond Electric Company F H Adair of Carlisle and D J IIauss of Cincinnati which has been pending in the Madison Circuit Court for a year was decided in favor of the plain tiffs by Circuit Judge T J Scott who ordered the Richmond electric plant to be sold The general merchandise store of T S Watts at Hanly three miles from Nicholasville was entered by thieves Friday night and 3300 stolen The post ollice is in the same building and postage stamps to the amount of live dollars were taken The robbery was evidently committed by experts The safe was blown open by nitroglyce rine No clew A suit has been decided in a New York court against a beekeeper whose bees were charged with damaging the peaches in an adjoining orchard 25 was allowed as damages This will bring up again that oftdisputed state ment of beekeepers that the bees can not fruit peachesgrapes etc Kobhed The Grave A startiing incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sun tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no ually growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks an am now a well man I know they saved my and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only oOcts guaranteed at Mc drugstore 1m The chief end man is his foot especially when he has to foot his wifes bills A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard st Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal soon removed the pain in my chest and I can sleep soundly something I can scarcely re member doing before I feel like sounding its praises throughout the So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Trice 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug store every bottle guaranteed 1m Some men are so dignified that they never unbend until they The most dainty and effective pms made are DeWitts Little Early Risers They are unequalled for all liver and bowel troubles Never gripe F P Frisbie 1m v 0 00 u o oioJ Cat county live Exposition playing injure sound hen appetitegrad life Roberts of Cureit broke ct aaoaaaooooo aaaooaaaoo aoaocoaor o Ne odeooaaooo Sad icvillcScott Superintendent Universe arc M J Does Roy 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 doV Go to a warmer and more regular Yes if possible if not possible you then in either take the ONLY remedy that has been in all civilized countries with in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not on y heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try OXE bottle Rcccoinmendcd many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes Some men are so exceedingly mod est that they shun thc naked truth Poisonous toadstools resembling mush rooms have caused frequent death this your 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 skin diseases F Frisbie 1m Common sense is a good thing in its way but it has broken very few rec ords One coat of tar and feathers will last a man a life time Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointmei t is not a panacea but is ricoininended 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 Storm People who live in stone houses should not throw glasses Thousands suffer with torpid liver producing great depression of spirits indigestion constipation headache etc Heroine will stimulate the liver keep the bowels regular and restart a healthful buoyancy of spirits Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m In time of peace prepare for war articles in the magazines Take life as it comes and make the most of all circumstances but for a bad cough or cold take Coussens Honey of Tar the best known for quick relief and sure cure Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The young widow is not always as mournful as she is dressed It to I I climate for introduced counterfeits 1 I remedy I l Lay case success expectoration C C R C Got A Toothache Dont attempt to cure it with any of the socalled toothache cures let the Dentists examine the tooth locate the trouble and remove the cause Examinations Made Free Extracting 25c The Finest Harvard Fills 75c Alloy 75c Gold 150 Solid Gold Teeth 550 The Best Set of Teeth 750 All our work is high grade The teeth made i n our labratory are are perfect in appearance and ac tion and are very durable No charge for extracting when teeth lIe made here If teeth are badly tilled and ache seeDR HOBSON Dentist t Richmond Ky Office next door to Government Build lug in Jlobson Bldg Richmond Ky Otlice open all night I PRICES I I your Better a f Buy Your New and SecondHand ft McROBERTS5 DRUG STORE S jft gsL 3L TZJ TO School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine Sta tionery of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations Cards and Plate redu ced to i The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AjTO DRUGGISTS iUJiDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of on fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and i UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided over by experienced men pi Garrard County Friends Always Welcome B B Jones Pres E G Spink Vice Pres Young men and women to for positions as Bookkeepers Stenographers and Operators The demand is greater than the supply For further particulars addressLexington Business College LEXINGTON KENTUCKY f tt OO OC 8 2 School SupplIes 9 J k EOO S i2 AT tg 4i 4 I1I Y P P iI t p V 5 F mO1ffr td STOREc FOR 11 J 100 125 llEL f ft nmum I LILLARD STOlIT LILLARD STOUT I z WANTEDprepare v a s a- GO 4RUC Engraved RUGS Time was welt Cancer was considered as incurable as leprosy Physicians and friends could give little relief or encouragement to one afflicted with this terrible disease Even now know of no remed for this fearful malady while admitting it to ba blood disease they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation and you to have cut outbut at the same time cannot assure you that it will not return You cut or draw out the sore but another will come inits place for the disease is in the blood is deepseated and destructive and the reach of the surgeons lnife orcaustic plasters The blood must purified and strengthened the system relieved of all poisonous effetematter before the Cancer sore i S S is the medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood Itbuilds up and invigorates the supplies new S S S is a purely vegetable remedy no mineralcan in it the roots and herbs from which it is made contain powerful properties act uponthe blood system and make a safe and permanent cure of Cancer It has cured thousands why not youCancer is not always inherited your family may be free from any taint yet your blood become so polluted that a severe and stubborn form of the disease may r develop from a sore or ulcer on your tongue or other part of your body a or hurt a little on the eyelid lipor nose a small on the jaw or breast a harmless looking wart or mole and other causes so insignificant as to attractlittle or no attention If you have an obstinate sore rely upon salves or ointments to cure begin with S S Sat cellsMrsear on the left side of my face At first it gave me no trouble and I did not think it was anything seriousthe jaw began to swell and became much inflamed At the same time the sore to spread andinto the and gave me intense pin I tried I could hear of but nothing me anygood I then began the use of S S S after taking several bottles the healed and thereis lOW no sign disease This was two years ago and I am stilt enjoying perfect health Send for our special book on Cancer it contains much information that will interestyou it is free Write our physicians about your case and for inv advice or information wanted they s33i2lhave made a life study of Cancer and all blood diseases We make no charge whatCop Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA tAiiER er oMan may B9ffJd 6 1JWifi S lJ ea ev SS until he aleat ij thh t TNT I vi1l heal- S i iipa t c1 4 a 1 OLD LADIES PARADISE ARC Carries with It Many Privileges In Austria and Among the Ioors as Well and In China According to the laws of goodi widows should not remitrry Widowhood is therefore held in the highest esteem and the older the widow the more agreeable her poi tion becomes Should she reach 50 years she may b3 applying to the em peror get a sum of money with which to buy a tablet on which her virtues are named the tablet being placed over the door at the principal entrance to her house ta3s the St Louis cratContrary to the practice that pre vails in other countries the deference shown to women in Austria increases with age Xo Austrian would ever dream of receiving a ladys extended hand without bowing to kiss it even when grown alw vs touch the hands of their parents with their lips before venturing to raise their faces for a kiss Girls and young mar ried women no matter how lofty their station do not consider it beneath their lignit3 to kiss the hands of ladies who have attained a certain age Austria indeed is the paradise of old ladies The men are alsi extremely courteous not only to ladies but to each other The Arabs show their friendliness when meeting by shading hands six or eight times Arabs of rank go beyond this and embrace each other several The social etiquette of the or among the Arabs is a factor in life to be considered serIously if one wishes to live among them without friction Thus no greater insult car be utTered to an Arab than a friendly inquir atfto the welfare of his wife to us a natural civility but to him a gross impertinence resented Sons will never sit at meal with their fathers in the presence of a guest but will wait upon both until the father rising allows them the opportunit3 of breaking bread with their visitor A Turk always stands in the presence of his mother until invited to sit down a compliment he pays to one else The Moor pays great respect to his elders and to see two elderly dignified Moors salute is a prett3 sight With measured pace the eyes of each fixed on those of the other approach with a slight inclination holding the right hands slightly advanced They press their finger tips together and begin a replies and ejaculating frequent l3 God be praised Then each presses the finger tips which have been honored by contact with those of his friend against his lips and then upon his heart as he raises his head and re doubles his salutations The old cut in Globe emo Children desert bitterly the greetingsnsert society times 0 a Tear for a PainOnly expectant mothers or those who have borne children know the full meaning of these words Every woman should tell every other woman about MOTHERS FRIEND that wonderful hal ment that dispels all pain incident to childbirth There is nothing like it JNO S MORTON of Harlowe N C Too much be sJd in of Mothers Friend wile use only two bottles before confinement and was in labor but twenty ju Sold all best DruirgUts of price 8IOO Iloolc entitled TilE MKADFIELD KKCCIiATOn COtlanta Ca WNr traise Sb is doing to Mothers F or wilt besent by express raid on receipt Motherhood con f 1rt1 r iree L spicadiiiythauk5 taming interesting facts for nit aces sex nat4n- pon Send your friends I will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike o torn of falling on one anothers necks is still in between friends long separated Inferiors saint lug superiors usually kiss the hand shoulder top of turban or feet or the knee or stirrup of a horseman according to the terms on which they approach In the of humility the very feet of ones horse are embraced When a Moslem meets a European ac companied y a Moor though the latter be the servant he not infrequently ig nores the presence of the foreigner and offers the salutation to his coreligionist but if he passes a party of Moors Jews or Christians he exclaims Peace be on the people of Yam The way to speed the parting guest is to ex claim God give thee peace To those whose presence has never been desired it is usual to exclaim in tones sulll ciently explicit God protect thee Be welcome at home and at ease is thou Thy house1 the nearest ap proach permitted to inquiry after a mans wife REMARKABLE PREDICTIONS A Xuiiilier of Notable Invents Fore told liy u California Sicr have Conic True Dr Max Muehlenbrtich who predict ed in a public hall in Oakland the blowing up of the Maine 12 days be fore it took place and whose proph ecies of other national events have been remarkably correct in their ful fillment has given the following for the years 1900 and IflOl In justice to Dr Muehlenbrueh it should be said that these prophecies were made before the dispatch which announced the suicide of the Chinese emperor had been received and while it was believed that the Oregon would be a total wreck the San Fran cisco Chronicle The emperor of China will be as assinated before the close of IDOfl The dowager empress will die sud deny luring 1901 Li Hung Chang will fall a victim to tIe assassin during the next two years China will be divided hut America will do well not to take part in it as much war between foreign will be the outcome of the divi sionOn December 1S90 Dr Muchlen bruch foretold the complication of powersThe and the Eoers will extend into 1901 England will be victorious her loss financially as well as in the lives of her subjects will be beyond compre hcnsion at the present lime TIme number of the slain will be greater only interrogatories forecast any countries 1 Although vogue extremity says n A BOON TO MANKIND DTABLES BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Sole Proprietor 310 Horth Main Street ST LOUIS MC INTERNALand F BALLARD STORMES DRUG STORE L than in any war of modern times In the next two years ICing Hum bert of Italy will three times narrowly escape assassination and it looks at the present time as if the last attempt may be successful The sultan of Turkey will twice narrowly escape being murdered and will suddenly die from natural causes During the next three years Ger many will have many upheavals due to atmospheric conditions There will be much bloodshed and the emperor will die suddenly On March 131S9S Mr Muehlen bruch foretold the assassination 1900 of a German hijli official This was fulfilled by the killing on June IS of Baron von Kettelcr the German minister to China Thenveslern states especially Nebraska and South Dakota will suffer during the next five years from drought blizzards and electrical stormsCalifornia is entering upon three prosperous years which wiU be fol droughtBetween and the 31st of December 1900 San will experience the heaviest earthquake ever known in its history some buildings will fall and lives will be lost Plenty of Shocks in That Doctor said the patient instead of relying upon an battery to give me occasional shocks why couldnt I go into polio tics Oh you mustnt have such violent shocks said the cautious physician Chicago Post lie Is a Genius You ought not to be so hard on Kti dolph papa said liss Kittish He really is a very smart young man What is smart about him asked papaHe says that he thoroughly the currency question Chi cago Daily Xews Her Wifely ISituotiriisrenicnt Mrs Gayye My husband gave up all his expensive habits a short time ago Miss how did his reform work First rate dear while it lasted He saved up enough the first week to buy me a new hat The Smart Set Sue Would Sls y First of Lonelyville I think the cook we have now will stay with us for some time Second is that First dont get up in time to catch the 805 and shes intoxi cated every afternoon before the 512 Judge Airy Xothiii The suits the girls wear when they cleave The waves and splash about the foam in Are just the ones that Mother Eve Vould surely have felt quite at home in Judge LOSIXG AX OIlOllT UMTY I during Kansas Francisco thoughtfully electric understands BrightAnd economical citizen CitizenHow CitizenShe money journeyShetIming in my house is going to be made over in new and handsome style Then why dont you stay Heitere Welt The Explanation She Miss Flirty Oh she hasnt the slightest intention of accepting him Grandma Then why does she him She Well just now there is no one else to encourage Puck ICnoivleilKt front Experience Young Bride Mother dear how long does the Jioneymoon last Mother Until you ask your hus band for money my child Chicago Daily News hail Also Hecii Perplexed Dorothy hearing her father in read ing a letter exclaim I cant make aead nor tail out of that I guess papas found an angleworm Judge Time Other Variety Freddie Why does a runaway auto mobile cut up such capers Cobwigger Because my boy it hasnt any horsesense Judge Why the Pupils Smiled Master addressing his class Si lence is not to be put up with Directly I begin to talk a stupid begins to chatter TitBits MidHumiuer Science Pa what is action reaction Well George my white duck suits make me cool and ni3 bills make me hot Chicago Record lIeIndeed fellow encourage mimi laundry I Getting Even wllli tutu I wonder why it is he said that women with brains are almost in variably devoid of For the same reason perhaps she murmured that men who are otherwisemcntall3 sound are gib bering idiots when it comes to the point where a little discretion is neces sary t You svc he had once called her beau tiful Cleveland llain Dealer Itlxliys lreiieli- Bixb3 went into a French restau rant anti called for catTy oh hay Thats all right Coffee with milk What then Wli3 he got mad What for Because they didnt bring him cof fee an egg Cleveland Plain Dealer A Good Jinks Have 3 ou sold your home in the county Minks Xo not quite but I think some of my neighborS are anxious to buy it Why so have been trying to make me uncomfortable X Y Weekly An Experienced Anent House Agent Hush around to 12G Dank street quick and get last months rent Bookkeeper Whats up I passed there this I heard a There wont be an3 spare cash around that house for six weeks at leasU Ive had em iny self X Y Weekly Itoiul of Sympathy Do you like young Mr Clifford looksYes I do much Dont his ears seem rather long Yes arc rather long nut you must remember tlyit Im a Missou girl and dad made his fortune trading mules Cleveland Plain Dealer Inanimate Inanities They tell me saici time Hammer that you think yourself a clever acro bat 0 I aint so said time Tack but when 1 stand on toy head some one is apt to get stuck on me In dianapolis Press IStiAlly Refuted Railway Agent Our railway mad am is strictly up to date in every re spect Madam Xonserse Look at this woman on your excursion folder her sleeves have been out of style for three years Chicago Heeord Merely Judicious Investment Angelina you are spending a big lot of money on artistic dies for stationery Well what of it If I ever get to the poorhouse Ill have something to prove that Ive seen better days X Y World Coat less Effect Strong drink said the temperance orator will take Ute coat from stomachFrom 3er back too saici the beaked man with the pawn ticket Chicago Daily News AlacU thus The milk of human kindness Is seldom rich with cream In fact of earthly things but few Are really what they seem Chicago Daily News CHICKING r dreaml SIn yet AgentAs morning baby II very nan our re beauty and They i hey yon this is the young lady is it Well I can wily say she doesnt look quite the idiot she must be to want to marry you Ally Sloper Her Life Problem Uncle Xellie to hear3ou talk one would think life was not worth living Xellie It isnt Uncle John Just look how this skirt hangs Chicago Daity News He Wanted a Ilestt Shall I sing Because I love you asked Mrs Darle3 as she seated at the piano Xo replied Mr Darle3 who is a brute if you love me dont sing TitBits A Useful Song What shall I sing Clarence Sing that lovely oldtime song Lorena Oh I see 3oure long nap Chicago Record Well lletaliied Tawkus is a man of much originality dont you think Perhaps he is He has never let a of it leak out in any of his speeches Chicago Tribune Work of Art Dont you think hiS nose will be like his fathers in time I dont know It takes something besides time to produce a nose like his fathers Cleveland Plain Dealer AVhat Ailed ItilltiiKH Whats wrong with Billings He ised tobe the picture of health Oh havent you heard lie has ac the pure food habit Chicago UimesHerald AVhat liothercd Him At a college examination a pTofessor askedi Does nay question embarrass you Not at all sir replied the student Xot at all The questions are quite clear It is the answers that bother me TitBits Carrying a Mortgrngr- eBilkins Jimson must have built that fine house of his under a mori didnt he Wilkins I notice his shoulders sv beginning to look lUte a Mansard root K Y Weekly r PapaSo JohnWhy herself fixingto get a good artiele public I gage c uIyviJJ uired tear or suiTtsriiijr i sulTered for thirty years with diarrhoea and thought I was past cured says Johns Ilalloway 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 could o noJciud of labor could not even travel but by accident I was ted to had a bottle of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of mull who suffer as 1 have For sale by II E Me Roberts 1m The corkscrew is often mightier than either the pen or sword Want of principal is the principle want of a great people Whites Cream Vermifuge is csscn tially 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 C C J E Stonnes 1m Ignorance of the law excuses no one except the man with a pull Every dog has his day but the cat has a monopoly of the nights If you are troubled with inodorous breath heart bjirn flatulency acidity pains after eating loss of appetite persistent melancholy trlow spirits You need a tonic a few doses of Ilerbine will give you the re ctiperativc force to remove these Price 50c C C J E An ounce of keeping your mouth shut is worth a pound of explanation it is a lonely day in a yellow dogs life when nobody kicks him Have you a sense of fullness in the 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 2ic Sold Ft E McTloberts druggist 1m An amateur that can sing and wont sing ought to have a medal Cornhuskers sprained wire cuts and sprains or cuts other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 5 and 50c C C J E Stonnes 1m The same opportunities make a hero of one man and an ass of another When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They arc to take and pleasant in effect Price ijc Samples free at McRob erts drug store 1m Trouble is about the only thing some people can borrow without security It never occurs to a boy that he will some day know as little as his father The p regressive nations of the world are the great food consuming nations Good food well digested givesstrength If you cannot digest all you eat you need Ivodol Dyspepsia Cure It di gests what you eat You need not diet yourself It will even digest all classes of food in a bottle 2so other preperation will do this It instantly relieves and quickly cures all stomach troubles F P Frisbie 1m Wise men change their minds but fools havent any to change Now Is Your Time To Visit The Pacific Coast Cheap excursion tickets good for three weeks on smile via Great Northern Railway Sept 4 and 18 Oct 1 and 10 Inquire of the railway ticket agent or write P I WIIITXKY Genl Pass less than a cent a day TilE MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky The Great Newspaper of the Blue o The Most Ably Edited Pa per ifl tie Soath j From No Till December Send Your Name and Your Money NOW ONLY I Chrltnlf nlluorhotl Thirty being many headache disorders by wristba r fr many easy occasionally AgtSt ONLY l1J OIrran I I mass I 1 1 C cm lirtudIf Aiter permitS CsStorm be Iii WUML2 I si 4- G K Ky H i ld to f f f S I g g Tj Cheap Fawn Sale f Tjiuraster Farmers tiiiiil iiMi ui hcirnoiMl JK ftoriiu u l J V iooi I will ell at a bargain farm of l acre u lb turin of K U Vnker Th r is H two room house on the plate the 1unl U nil in gra T jrms ea apply to ths urxlersniwe or to uear Thi th Way September 1900 ALKX K KB I have 3 or I nice Jersey cows and calves salt A K I 13Sei t4t For Sale vately Thirty acres more or M in tb forks of the Richmond and Copper pikes in Garrarel county 3 miles from Paine Lick de pot with It nice cottn e and necessary ont building with good fruits and garden aiul well watered liood cistern at kit hen door For full particulars apply to A K or J w N Denny 1oiut feuv ll or with tne at Rich inond V K DBNHY 28 jniietf Fine Farm For Sale will soli privately my farm containing JI2 Yi acres situated 14 miles south of ISrysmt ville Timers is a si KmU l 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the good burn ice house granary eli other necessary out bnildlnps Nevirfailinjf water t door n l plenty of stock water on the place The place is well for stock farm Ail nmlergoixl ltliu tr 11KU kvnl i Good reattoit for sellin Win take a smaller farm or other UnsiiiCss in exehnugi 3- 1IEXRY KlilLMAJTN 920 tf JlryaiiUrllle Ky Farm For Rent containing 70 acres situated one utile west a acres to Jo put in wheat for corn i in meadow and remainder in grass Good 5room dwelling on place never failing water good fencing and all neee ary outbuilding all lu good repair Possession given at once For further juirticulars i ply V 1 White 1reaehersville or A H liastin Lancaster MJS MUiGIE T HOBBS ALL KINDS OF I Done on short notice UTjra s I Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge j I of our shop and we I guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store Aetna Queen Palatine t National Hartford Conneticut German American Plicnix of IJroolilyn Mihvanliee 3creliants New York Underwriters J ivernool London Globe North British Mercliantile Aetna Life Ins Co of EartWCoi JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Ensmee ingand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to LOITERING Be it ordained by the City the of Lancaster that any per guilty of Loitering in or about any nail Road Depot or Station or any other public place in this city shall be lined not less than five dol lars and not less than twentyfive dollars This ordinance to be in force from its passage and publication Sept SIUUO II IviXNAiui Mayor Council W JIcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Law LANCASTER KY J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Lei Siroryof and Apit fli AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Taken Up a Estray One red sow weight between 175 and 200 pounds So marks long nose with pig Came to my house about fifteen days ago Owner can get same by paying for this advertisement and damage done Jno R Ilifl Ky sep123t I F01 I I a Walker rem D1t for P i place mud I suited Chose and I will rent for the ensuing year leT aclwrynl l o r O f RfWi UNl1i toit1EPAFUNG i i i i RA GD z f II r I Jio N6 oM KINNAIRDI i1 uI Followin Companies Councilor Ci ty soil Att wn W11CrrittCIl City Attorneysat Lancaster f A ire mgeuit ot lime Nst IiI 1ee Creek good ten ui I i I h 0 iAN1ZI L83 B I ITIZXH- p BilKJAPIONAb LANOATEL ZY 1 Surplus 10OOO BUSINesS SOJIOITHU J 31 lltmvxamaAK PnsWra Y LKAVEtu VicfiPraaldent- B F KITIMOH Cwbiei W O Riairer A ktira Cash r Bootk epci DIRECTORS JilHlCSIXBOTKAM I KWId Y B F HUDSON 50000 Fu d OfIreul hafrateiOc v Art LEA7ZLL T MApNCLD JJVLxP Ltv CD apital maid LrotnptttentIon zs 4 LOCAL TIMETABLES Soothbnrt Mixed p Xortnbnd Mixed XTthbnd Pussgr S tuth bnd CHESAPEAKE I OHIO Railway Time July 15 1JGO Winchester MtSterIiif ArVshiitift ill YTaitij l ml n 9 K50 m Wftr1 glnWamj 7 6pm 9 ftHjni York H iNhtui W in Philadelphia IOWMM 7iiuJ l pmll MtSterlinif 7 dam I lopm 3Mna St in ArLexiuRton S fJMti 5 lOflu 7 Mtew 3J in Ill mam s n iu Tr iH run to awl Trom NwDAILY Other trains run i ily exrrpt For sli pint ear rvstrvatiomt inforHtKtimi write or tel ilMlitt UTKAKxKYi rA- IexrN T tN Kv Queen Crescent Time Card PAS8BS DANVIUS NORTH UOUN- PXumlMr 18 Dally except Sitadar rJW nm NtinttHTfi I HIT ISS r ni Nil inborn don t dtoj SOpia SOCTU when ft g d 1110 m ITdSnm S II hO Y 1 x A ISx 1 d V RuT in eict iIIonLil1JIt lIIi tJI JXl iei s todnlis latmII1 Il nn lIu Ibiladdlbi C TTO Iv I neb er h ork or nmber1 Iiuig ft511m DOt P nmller I 55 me uRl r3 Ulhtli1t hag Iol93 THE P N ArT NuN N Laimcnter asr 25r ni grii lI6i i iuium Itiv 1i aropu uehorit Iteily 9 eeep I Hm3iiii NAT1ONL BANK CAPITAL 5000000 I OF SURPLUS 10 00000 I LANCASTER KT President STORM as Vice PreaWoa S C DBXSY Cnrikfer Asuft Car DIRECTORS a A R E r T Ell Rkru fr Dssmr JN0 F itoemmisax Ja It Stun IDCochran Alex R Dcnnr Juo K Stormes Buiion I Jas Spllmnn A C Robinson W HKInuiiini t W S BEAZLEY DENTISTi Teeth ostracte t without With VitMlizLtl Ollicw lit the IJookoiit HniMlnir DttuviIIe street opi rresbytcritin church For Congress We are authorized to announce lIon teorge G Gilbert of Shelby county a cdinlMnte for reelection to Congress from thw Eighth lid l 1I1 ir It trkt L it e nIt LiVE11 LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON Dyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and digestive It is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache and all other results imperfectdigestion and 1 Large size contains smallsize Book dyspepslamailedlreq Prepared by E C DtWITT AGO CijlcaflO F P Frisbia l FEED KudolCure reconstructing organs Price SOC Urnes 11 S s ALE STABLE