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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Witter LOUIS LAXDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I If YllU ZVIThIBER 27 4 f s t 4 s r L0 j he g tFLLl isTl AND VICINITyLr R 1Qooooo ooatcoooxaoaao sa otYa oaoocoaocoaaoaaaoa cY coaaaooacoa osotaatrsocor Partridges are reported plentiful The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Jennie West Saturday afternoon Judge Robinsons house on Danville street is rapidly nearing completion and will be a beauty The Logan Dry Goods Co are agent j for the New Idea Patterns price lOc full line in stuck to select from Do not fail to see my line of Winter Suits made to measure TAUS before the stock is broken J C Contest There will be a contest in Lancas ter Nov 2tth Every district teach er is requested to send a representa tive For particulars address A man da Anderson Lowell Ky A To Tic We are in the market for and will pay the market price for same at all times If you have wheat to deposit for your own use deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Son ro 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 he later on The penalty will soon oc added tf JAS PEAKCE Collector Hindi Oratory AYe understand both political par ties will have many speakers in Gar card durinir the present campaign and a hot tight will be made by each to carry it Several big guns will be here while speakers of the 22calibre will howl almost every night Lincoln l rIiIii The AYar Department Friday made public a list of olliccrs and men of Company F TwentyNinty Regiment of Infantry whose captain and fiftyone members were captured or killed by the insurgents in the Phil ippines Among the men are the fol lowing from Hustonvillc and Lincoln Charles Bratton Cook Will iam C Daily Archie K Bratton Thomas B Ellis Kiler 1 Fallowell Edward H Kidd Jeff T Sharp T Smllev for TE ore Wheat county P DUI IIII1LL1 Farms rs s toys afternoon Corpor-ala Everett c sell TapALackjTyCThompson Lookout for tire Theres no water at hand and the town is at the flames On and after October 4 I will have 200000 Brick for sale R M Dillehay Fishermen say the sport will be very good this fall notwithstanding the distinctive work of the seiners and dynamiters The Prohibition candidate for pres ident and several other big guns of that faith will speak in Danville to day The party is traveling on a spe cial train snaking speeches in all the large cities like New York Danville Chicago and Boston Now is the time buy a buggy sur rey or road wagon cheap AYe arc overstocked and to carry them through the AY J Romans Ken lets IVIntly Prof Ben Evans who is teaching school in Leslie county sends THE RECOUD a communication which fortylive pages of closely written manuscript It is a well written ar ticle and its length shows that theres not a lazy bone in Bens Corn Soon Through an oversight THE RECOUD failed to mention the corn show held at McRoberts drug store court day Mr McKoberts offered two prizee So for best and 62i 0 to second There were twenty entries and they were as pretty a lot as were ever gotten to gether Mr Tommy B Robinson was awarded first and Harrison Thurmond second The show attract ed quite a crowd Ail Awful Drouth The drouth has assumed the most serious proportions all over the county and scarcity of water is causing great inconvenience Few people have drinking water while stock water can hardly be obtained at all In town the washer women are taking their work to Dix river Only one or tocisterns near the Square have any thing in them and those at private houses are almost dry And yet some people say we dont need waterworks mercy sep 73t tI tp ant conclusively body money winter covers SPECIALTY WE ARE ABLE TO GIVE GREAT BARGAINS WHEN SELLING BECAUSE WE RECEIVE GREAT VALUES WHEN BUY ING YOU MAY HAVE HEARD 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 are 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 fine assortment of merchandise They are here at INCOMPARABLE prices because of our tireless 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 shbuld take advantage of the first Dry Goods Cloaks Wraps Skirts Underwear Shoes Clothing and Furnishing Goods IE IMMESE OUR r 2 vigilance opportunity to look through our line of Dress Goods General r J T E LOGAN DRY GOODS co i N ft l t PIJROHASES- t F t r f t sos y I t R c J f r N r a r- Sr Indications are that the tiger will have a knot tied in his tail Now while your cistern is dry have Bony Cunningham go down and re pair it Joseph is ahead of em all this sea son with pretty dress goods stylish shoes hosiery etc If you are in need of furniture go A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money rust received fifty or sixty thousand feet nice dry pine boxing and 11 G Ward Orator from Lincoln Judge Wallace Yarnon of Stanford made a number of speeches for the republican party in this county last week He paid TIlE EECOUD otlice a pleasant call We dont claim the nor the fulness thereof do claim to have the handsomest most com plete lines of dress good and every thing in the dry goods business ever shown in central Kentucky J Joseph ITIuii Hundred Feet Deep Minor Son are still going down with their artesian well If the pres ent gait is kept up they will reach China within a few weeks It is be lieved the drill penetrated hades when the flow of blazing gas was struck last week Shiiiiiuiiii Concert Co Messrs Herbert Kinnaird and Ed Doty have made arrangements with the named company to give a the local Opera House on the evening of Oct 20 This is one of the best attractions on the road this season and is greeted by crowded houses everywhere This will be the swell attraction of the season imiliiiery Opening I have decided to have my regular Fall Millinery opening next Saturday the Gth and invite all the ladies to call and see the prettiest display of line millinery ever shown in Central Kentucky We study to please you and feel safe in saying we can show you what hat you wantSallie D Tillett There is a mistaken idea that the drugstores sell most of the whisky consumed in Lancaster The class of fellows who create the disturbance in town naturally prefer blind tiger sur oundings and seldom go about stores Our local druggists are gentlemen whose characters are above reproach and its folly to lay the blame at their door The tiger is the king bee Keep twisting his tail and if this is true As Lancaster has no local tailor now I will say to those who have been buy mug from the iQcal tailor thatlf they will give me their order suit or overcoat from The Royal Tailors of Chicago I will guarantee to give them the same satisfaction that they have gotten from their local tailor or it will cost them nothing and at prices much cheaper than been buying J C HEJirniLL Sensible Maysville is keeping a list of names of able bodied negro men and women of which the latter largely predomi nate who refuse to work when offered good situations The list is to be kept for reference during the winter when the usual large numbers of improvi dent blacks apply to city county and charitable organizations for aid The idea is that if a negro wont work he shouldnt eat and he will be refused food till he sees the folly of his way Ledger Colored School The Colored Public School of Lan caster has been in session one month past The enrollment and attendance has reached 150 pupils That energy and enthusiasm of last years work appears to have brought with it in creased efforts Prof Jas A White the former principal is teacher and supervisor and successful school work is predicted The school will be out of debt in a short time when bettor accommodations will be male for in attendance They hope to the support of all the citizens and richly deserve the same Suicide at Gilbert Creek News of the death of Powell at Gilberts Creek Monday afternoon was received with much sorrow by many friends of the family in Lancas ter Mr Powell was a son of Mr C D Powell of this mid was well known here been in the store with his father for quite a while be fore locating at Gilberts Creek His wife has been seriously ill for and it is believed that his ex treme anxiety for her un balanced his mind He a young man of steady and good busi ness qualifications and sue successful with his store Gilbert Creek He during the day train time he quit a custa vinery stepped he form g44tC lfbre ball into his breast was almost instan his untimely death to- T framing earth butIe ld fort they have pU- pils have sometime recovery Was tight out wife three t t it 5 r i Lnmbcr 8 above ml Idea Hiram having habits was at was apparently gall but before wartltig upon out depot and lired a Death Ile a and chit raid tnourn f a Full line of comforts and blankets at Josephs V Go to Conns fo jkli best Cutting Harrow on the market If you want good job work at figures call at TIlE RECOHD office Joseph is ahead of em all this sea son with dress goods hand some etc A gang of drunken hoodlums raised a great racket in towuSaturday night Battle Row booze at the bottom of it We have the largest and best line of winter buggy robes ever shown in LancastaiT Our prices can not be duplicated W J Romans Members of the Presbyterian church are taking steps toward building or buying a parsonage About twothirds of the money was raised this week The court of claims was in session Tuesday Their work has not been footed up yet but entire list will be published in THE RECOUD later on The Herring spring the Stormes spring the Duncan spring and several others that were never before known to give out are now as dry as a bone THE RECORD office is printing a big lot of marriage licenses for clerk Dun can and we presume he Is anticipa ting a good trade in that line this fall JHaliitaln Reputation Notwithstanding the fact that eve ry hotel in Cincinnati was crowded to the domes the Palau is the most pop ular hostlery in the Queen City v When Sam Jones Jectured in Lan caster he said it only required one man to stop the sale of liquor here We had enough pieces of men here to probably one genuine man We have about eightyfive good young mountain ewes which we will sell cheap for cash or trade to some saddle and harness horses Apply to J 1 Hamilton or W II Ward oc4tf Just received a car load of Prime Cypress Shingles get our prices buying We keep Lime and Ce ment on hand at all J S MINOR SON Election Commissioner The following gentlemen have been appointed election commissioners for Garrard county T B Robinson J W Flowers and Wm Herndon We have started our Flouring Mils Bring us your wheat and we will gUal antee satisfaction We are now wheat on deposit Call and see us J S Minor Son Colored Physician Locates Here Dr C A Pettiford a colored has located in Lancaster for the practice of his profession Dr Petti ford is a man 33 years of age the high education and plenty of good sense He is a graduate of Ebetic College of Physicians and Surgeons located at Indianapolis and has had several years experience as a practicing phy sician A leading colored man who knows him said he was a man of in tegrity and honesty of character A Pine machine Mr Moore representing the Blick ensderfer twpewriter was in town this week and sold a number of these celebrated machines We bought one three years ago and have used it to get out copy answer all correspondence and in fact for all writing done in the office It is ser viceable durable and cheap Could we afford one of the highpriced machines we would take the Blick instead as it is simple takes up little room and will do as good work as the hundred dollar machines Bob Hughes Luck Mr R E Hughes formerly with the Louisville Commercial was given a good berth at Louisville this week He was appointed by the executive committee of the Triennial Conclave Knights Templar which meets in Louisville next August as one of the two managers of a press bureau in that city Monday to give to the newspapers of Louisville the state and every prominent journal in the Nation all work connected with the progress of committees having in hand the coming conclave The place is a responsible qne but Bob will hold it down like a brick wall Moot at ViHclie ter Winchester Democrat The Ken tucky Telephone Association will meet in Winchester on Tuesday October 9 This organization repre renting the leading independent corn panies has accomplished a great deal in the way of lines and ed service Troth in exchange and toll line work The extension of new lines during the past few months has been greater than at any period of the in movement Many new ex have alto been added London towns are now connected with Richmond Lancaster Lexington Winchester and central Kentucky points p shoe 1 osiery selected the Its established V ndent rig other southeastern on it reasonable tty make before times receiving physician exclusively better es a Ie other LADIES TAKE A HAND Are Making a Strong Effort for The Enforcement of the Local Op nOD and Other Laws Monday night time local W C T U went in a body before the City Coun cil and presented a petition bearing six hundred names in which they asked the Council to take stringent steps toward breaking up the sale of liquor and narcotics in Lancaster The petition set forth the awful state of affairs brought on by such sales and offered all assistance within the power of the signers toward a reformation The petition was presented by Mrs Wm O Bradley who in wellchosen words asked the Council to take some action toward securing law and order in town Mayor Kinnaird asked City Attorney Williams to tell the ladies some of the difficulties encountered by the Police Court in securing which the latter did Those fa miliar with work in the Police Court know it to be a fact that it is almost impossible to secure a convic tion therein for the reason that ne gros will not swear against one and men who buy whisky will use every effort to prevent a conviction of the seller If an outside detective is brought in few will believe him in the first place and then the accused will bring six or eight persons to swear directly against any statement the detective may make Mr Williams told the ladies that the court had a number of cases set for Saturday and invited them to come and witness the manner in which whisky cases were engineered by the tiger operators and their many defenders The petition asked that night watchmen be put on to not only look out for tigers but to prevent time reck less use of firearms and general devil ment that is carried on with such a high hand nearly every night Mr Williams said that while he was not speaking for the Council yet he was satisfied they would appoint any men the ladies would suggest Night men had been put on heretofore but gave satisfaction only for a short time The lad ies said they would consider the matter and select men for the place They were satisfied that two men were necessary as it was not safe for one man to go on the Chute af tor dark At this juncture Councilman Jim Hamilton arose and said it was not necessary to to delay this matter but to go at it at once The trouble is we men have no backbones and are afraid to take the bull by the horns If you ladies will give me six men whose names are on that petition I will take them and without pay convic- tIOns th another I i I give you a dry town here for a few weeks anyhow Iknow it can be done and if will give me the assistance I will have dust on the Chute four feet deep in less than fortyeight hours All I ask is that the close down the same length of time and these bottlesuckers here in town will think they are in the mid dle of the Saharah desert so complete will the drouth be here in Lancaster The ladies said they would select the men the next morning As THE RECOKD goes to press the ladies are holding a meeting to select men to carry out the plan Every law loving citizen should help them If you want a tailormade suit talk to Joseph He can save you money New line Cut Glass and Sterling Silver pieces at Thompsons j The City Council met Monday night and attended to a few matters of lit tle importance Best accommodations by Nicholas ville Stage Line RICE BEXQE aug30tf See our line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks and Wraps The Logan Dry Goods Co Rev J E Wolford will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Why buy a readymade suit when you cm have one made to your meas ure for TEN DOLLARS J C Hcmphill Now is the time to save money if you need a Buggy Surrey or Road wagon call at Shop Rev Ira Partin has received a unan imous call to the Baptist church at Harmony this county He accepted and will preach every 3rd Sunday To Natural Bridge A speciat train will pass through Lancaster at 822 a m for Natural Bridge Ivy on Sunday October 7th and 21st for round trip tickets guod to return the same day Return ing train leaves Natural Bridge at 530 p m tf We will be much obliged if you will notify us when your copy ofTHE REC OUD is not delivered promptly We pay a pretty stiff price to have them delivered and any negligence should be reported Will Preach Sunday Rev L Robinson and wife are spending several days with his in Nicholaa county He will re turn and preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and at Bry antsville Sunday night you Iask Con 150 drugstores tt rsCarriage relatives oooooooooooooooooooooooo IYE HANDLE rI i THE FAMOUS X I OWfNSBORO I This is I guarantee andwe i I know you will 1 fJ len i ooaoaocoooooooooJooooooo JJ A Beazley Co ooaoaoo IAGONI wagon sold on a positive like them ase 00000000 Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Line of Furniture and Sarpets Clothes JIake the Man AYe have the prettiest linn ever shown in this market Dont take our word but come and see AYe can dress you correctly at p ricer that will make you wonder Suits 5 050 750 and 1000 Overcoats 350 5 550 750 10 R L Jennings 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 full i upwards s We are Ready with Advance Styles I Mens Fal lathing There is ch rcter every Suit we show for Mens Fall Wear Character that at once displays itself in the correct style the workmanship the elegant materials m Perfect Fit and TailorLike Hang 5 Of every garment There is a large variety rf of Suits to select from Many of the styles f are made expressly for us Every style shape new shade and combinatoin of colors is shown Our prices are always the lowest 750 Will Buy a Fair Suit 1 OOO Will Buy a Medium Suit 1 25O Buys a Suit Good enough for anybody 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 mony years LOGAN ROBINSON r Mens Outfitters in thorough the J t r p W c Li D E3j E3 l j r b 1- L HARDING RIEHML- argest Wholesale and Retail Dealers in IPianos AND Organs In Central States Have permanently located here 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 E W Harris room northwest corner Public Square Geo M Overman Salesman H e r 7 tot f ID m I I I I I I i assortment I t I I 00000 m m I Z- i Ivy 1i CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT 4 1900 SVEBY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TEBH8 Six MONTHS THESE i ONE YJUB IN ADTANCl00II II 2s MARKSBURY Rev A J Copass left Monday morn ing for Louisville where he will enter school at the Seminary Perry Long sold his farm to Will Broaddus a few days ago Mr Broad dus will take in a few meeting at the ITqrk church closed Sunday There were fifteen additions Rev Williams returned to his home in Harrodsburg Saturday Mrs J II Durham of Barbourville is spending this week with her par ents IT D Aldridge and wife Miss Franky Doty to her home at Paint Lick Monday accompanied by her cousin Miss Georgie Dunn T L Broaddus and wife and Mrs Will Broaddus have just returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in N H Bogie and wife spent sev eral days last week in Cincinnati Misses Mollie and Ora Hendren two charming young ladies of Kirksville spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Pearl Aldridge Mrs Robt Humph reys is spending several days with her parents Boner and wife Cecil and family of Sunday with T T Pollard and family Mrs Ebb Dick erson and little son Wesley Brown of Buckeye and Mrs Mike Kennedy of Preachersville spent several days with relatives here Booth Sutton and bride spent last week with his father Fred Sutton Wednesday night a party of youn men formed a chiviari which they kept up for sev eral hours making the ladies of the house somewhat nervous Mr wishes that the men who took part in it may have just such a chivivari when they marry Mrs James West and daughter of Perry vine speut part of last week with Mrs J C Boner McCREAKY Mr and Mrs T W Bradshaw Mr 1 Moberley and Dava Jones started to Illinois Sunday morning Mr Mac Jones Miss Eva Jones and Miss Mamie Kelly were on the excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Mr and Mrs Samuel Tate from Somerset are their daughter Mrs Ben Ham Mrs Lousian Gulley is with her daughter Mrs J M Layton who is quite sick Mrs Alma Wearen is visiting relatives in Madison county Mr David Sutton wife and little daughter visited Mrs Blakeman and attended preaching at Gilead Sunday Miss Bertha Burnside of your city visited her sister Mrs Addie Lackey the latter part of last week Mr Wm Simpson wife and little son Creed have returned from where Mr Simpson has been buying his fall goods Mr Ed of your city has been visiting rela ativss in this vicinity Quite a of the Garrard boys have been protracted meeting at Gilead Madison county Mr and Mrs Kelly visited John Sanders family Sunday Mr G W Warner and wife are visiting relatives at Stanford and Moreland Story of a Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains ot disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Ditch tells how such a slave was made free He says My wifehas been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she IS wonderfully improved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for diseases quickly cures sleeplessness melancholy head ache backache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working is a godsend to weak sickly people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50c Sold by R E druggist lm L s monthsThe Lexington J C J T Sutton young Jonah I visiting Louisville Walker number attending B female nervousness medicine rundown t possession T j PREACHERSYILLE It continues dry and stock water is very scarce Hutchins Bros sold a cow to W B Moss for 30 Sol Rigsby bought a nice mule colt last week for 45 H B Cockrill bought 28 sheep from Relas Dunn for 110 George W King bought a calf from Gid Rothwell for 15 Mr Henry Blankenship sold two mule colts to J C Fox for 70 Rev H B Cockrill has been here for a few days looking after his farm J L Anderson and J B Hutchins attended the speaking at Mt Vernon last Saturday Mr Drew Siler and Miss Bessie the beautiful daughter of will be married Wednesday of the 3rd inst G A Siler H H Davis and Milt Grayson left last Monday night for Oklahoma looking out a location to move to Drew Silers horse become Sunday morning while he was shut ting the gate and ran off with the bug gy wrecking it considerably Rev S M Carrier who served the Methodist church here as pastor last year has been moved Station and Rev Hobbs of Barbour ville has been assigned to the work Mr Brown is visiting his children in Rockcastle county for a few weeks Miss Pearl Corminy of Rowland has been visiting friends here for a few days greatly to the delight of some of our boys Mr F F and wife were visiting at Rev W B Whites Sunday Loge was visiting at Mt Vernon Sun gay STONE Mrs Wm Teater remains very ill Master Herbert Folger is on the mend Mrs Belle Thompson sold a suckling mule colt for 55 F L Sanders is hauling his crop wheat to Hickman Elder James McQuerry of Iowa filled his appointment at ScottsFork Sunday at 11 a m Mr J M Johnson began his class in vocal music at Scott s Fork chufch Saturday afternoon with very flatter prospects Mr and Mrs W T West and children of your city Mr and Mrs James Mc QueOry of Iowa Mr and Mrs Taylor Raney and children of Judson and Mrs Lurinda McQuerry and Misses Bessie and Gestran der of Jeisamine were the guests of T L Sanders and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Moberley of Mesdames Lucy Martin of Paint Lick and Lucy Spoonamore of Hubble spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Bettie Wall Miss Lou Land has returned home from a weeks visit with her sister Mrs Sallie Davis of Pink Jessamine Mr and Mrs Grow spent Sunday with sister Mrs Nannie Moberley Mr and Mrs Robert Burton of McCreary were the guests of C W Mitchell and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Tevis Preston are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby Born to the wife of Meade Teater on the 23d ult a bouncing mother remains very ill Several from here the WoodBrooks wedding Zion church Wednesday night last Miss Marie Leavell of Pleasant accompanied by Mrs Jasper Bogie spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs C M Moberley Eddie Naylor of Grove was the guest of Miss Moberley Sunday For three days and nights I agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centerville Iowa I thought I should surely die apd tried a dozen different medicines but all to no purpose I sent for a hot tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely This remedy is for sale bpi E McRoberts druggist lm f k 1 I Pate Parrish frightened to Morehead Cum- mins Thompson ug granddaughters Tennessee N T their boythe attended at Orchard Myrtle suffered o BRYANTSVILLE Mr Taylor Mullins has sold his farm to Mr for 5000 Rev Martin of Lexington will fill the pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sunday At Bohon Elders Will Walden and Campbell donducted a protracted meeting and seventeen additions were added to the church To the ladies of Bryantsville and vicinity My trimmed hats are now ready for inspection and cordially ask you to call and see styles are pretty and price reasonable Mrs Haselden News reached town this morning of the death of Mr HiramPowell We do not know him but have known his wife since childhood and the family have our deepest sympathy in their bereavement Mrs Nannie Ballard aud Mrs Nan nie Allen of Madison county visited their cousin Mrs James Hills several days this week Mr John Ballard of Lancaster was the guest of his sister Mrs J X Dunn this week Mrs Eas ley visited relatives in JessamineSat urday Mrs Ison and Mrs Holoway spent Monday with Mrs Dr Henry Tomlinson and have moved to Danville and will make it their future home Miss Bessie King spent last week witn her sister Burgin Mr Richard Ballard has returned from a visit to Lancaster where his daughter and family are very sick Miss Do ty has returned to her home near Paint Lick accompanied by her Miss Georgie Dunn who will spend several days with her MT HEBRON Water is very scarce in this locality Mrs Peachie Grow is delivering her wheat at Hickman at C5c Miss Hattie Duncan who has been very low with fever is improving W D Scott sold a mule to Jeff Dunn for 40 and also bought twentyfive sheep fom Mr Dunn at per head Mrs E D Lawson who has been to Virginia for her health has rrturned home and is dangerously ill from this vicinity attended the meeting at the Fork last week Mr James Johnson of High Bridge who is teaching a singing school at Scotts Fork spent Saturday night with his Mrs Sarah Duncan Mrs Ike Wilson and son Alvy of Or angeville Ind visited W D Scott and family the past week and Mrs Wilson is now visiting her brothers at Bar bourville Mrs G W Thompson returned home Thursday from a visit to Virginia accompanied Thompson and Miss Lewis Farmers are about done cutting corn in this section Mr J C Fox engaged a bunch of hogs of Wm Coldiron at 450 per hundred to be delivered Oct 15 Mr Green Siler Henry Davis Mil ton Grayson Robert Archer for Oklahoma last Monday Rev H B Cockrell and Rev Bascom Ragan preached at Lawsons Chapel last Saturday night and Sunday r Mrs C W Graves rturned from Fleming county where she has been visiting her father and other relatives accompanied by her brother Mr Sam Fields and family who will reside near Cartersville It seems from the rumors of many weddings that it would be advisable for the county clerk to lay in a large supply of li cense Miss Betty Bell is very sick with malaria fever For sprains swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Pain Balm Try it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist lm Enjoyment is the sweet satisfaction of knowing that your income is more than you can possibly spend When you cannot sleep for it is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible Itgood Try it For sale by B E arts druggist K lob m Mars e I I themthe Armstrong family Mrs Marsee in cousin slowly 360 Several by Mr and started Chamberlains coughing is IX mother Inlativ FLAT WOODS Mc 1 LANCASTER GRADED SCHOOL The people of Stanford are to take a vote upon the establishment of a Graded School Prof Patterson of this city being asked for a on the subject wrote the for the Lincoln Democrat Prof Patterson writes as follows The Lancaster Graded School was in 1895 and opened in the September with about two hundred 200 pupils The population of Lancaster then was about 1200 Education was at low ebb Garrard College had closed the previous session with about 50 scholars Business was at a stand still or decline in our town The number of residences were more than adequate for our small and the business houses were largely unoccupied Our churches were getting old and dilapidated The Methodists did not have a place of worship Today we have over 300 in our school There have been over 80 residences built within the last five years and there is not a residence in Lancarter now Our population has increased from 1200 to 2500 Seven modern business have been erected since our school was organized and all are occupied We have a new hotel and Opera House that would do credit to a city of 20 000 inhabitants We have built new churches and repaired the old need more houses accommodate those who want to move here for the advantage of our graded school has been enhanced 50 per cent At first there was opposition on the part of some of our citizens to the school Today our people are united and are in full sympathy with our school Our best friends are those who pay the most taxes It is admitted by our citizens that our graded school is the life of Lancaster We have no other inducement to of fer those who may locate with us and yet our town is full and others want to come It has induced people to buy real estate here it has increased the business of our merchants it has increased our population it has our churches it has helped the landlords to rent their property it has put money in circulation and above all it has given our poor the advantage of an education which is the bulwark of our Show me cried Fichte the eminent German philosopher what thou truly lowest show me what thou seekest and strivest for with thy whole heart and thou hast already advantages in the selection of suitable environments for identified Without no place can offer inducements to others to locate in their midst and no school can offer inducements like the graded school It is the ideal school of our Republic The graded school greater opportunities for study of the child than all schools combined Garfield said Whenever I pass a boy I feel like lifting my hat not to the boy but to the possibilities beating his The graded school gives the teacher ample opportunity to study the human nature of the child under all the of schoolroom existence This can not be done where a teacher only sees a pupil five or ten times a week for a halfhours recitation He must see the pupil all day must talk with him individually must take account of their varying moods of their for good or evil must nurture them train them mould them This can be done successfully only in the graded school In conclusion let me say that Stanford will never regret voting a tax for the maintenance of a graded school To those who such a measure I want to say that generation after generation will rise up to call thee blessed J H PATTERSON Prin Graded School It Happened la A Drug Store One winter lady came tp my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that J did pot have in stock says Mr C R Grandm the popular druggist of Ontario N y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could reccommend I said to lien that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and dfter Riving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy 1 consider that a very good for the remedy It is for by R E McRoberts druggist Take care of the pennies and the will be blown in by your heirs best method of cleansing the liver is the use of file famous little pills known as Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe F P Frisbie lm It is no trouble to see that wealth is a long as the other fellow A stitch in time saves and dose of Coussens Honey of Tar at the beginning of a cold willsave you many and even days of and harassing cough Price 25 and 50 cents J E Stormes great financier isja thief who is successful A thief is a great who fails This is the season when mothers are alarmed on account of croup It is quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure which children like to take F P Frisbie m 7F contribution following organized following population pupils vacant houses Ve t o Property graded generally helped children Republic popularcitizen- ship educational advantages affords individual other varying circumstances and conditions disposition champion n daylast a r commendation The DeWitts curseas has it nne weary hours distress- Ing C C A financier t undercoat I dull its 1 salem and ed a lie MrALLACETON Delayed Letter The infant son of Chas Kindred wife was buried here Monday Mr John Wannacutt and family will leave in a few days and probably locate near Lexington Win J Hiatt is building an addi tion to his residence thus greatly its appearance and conveni ehce After weeks of dust and almost no water for stock we were finally treat to a nice shower Saturday night which furnished water enough to wash up all the dirty clothes and scour the floors but not to give the stock a fresh drink Mrs Amanda Grow and and her daughterinlaw and children of Jes samine county were with friends here few days last week Mrs Flor coca Chaney Baker who was to the deathbed of her three weeks ago and has since been attending her sick sister this week to her home at Mt Ohio Miss Susie daughter of Salem Wy died of typhoid fever on the 23rd ult after an illness of only two weeks Miss Wylie was about twentytwo years old a kind and obedient daugh only one of a large family of children left at home to comfort her quite popular among her many friends who are sad to see one cut down at her age and also greatly miss her from among them After the funeral sermon by Rev Lunsford she was buried in the Wallaceton cemetery LETTER FROM PHILIPPINES ARYAT August 12th 1900 To CENTRAL RECORD The eighth Army Corps having ceased to exist it is befitting that an degree contributed to the history of the corps be made The regiment joined the Eighth Army Corps March 5th 1899 and without interruption was on the firing line from that time until the of the war made it possible for the corps to cease to exist From the shores of Lagunade Bay across rugged and imposing mountains to the Northern Province of Nueva caya and to the waters of the Gulf of Lingayen the regiment as a whole or represented by seperate battalions has campaigned The regiment duty in both divisions of the corps When it was determined to crush the insurrection by an advance of both divisions on the enemys and a flank movement was to close his avenues of escape two battalions of the regiment seperately were detached from the 2nd division and especially to form part of the active and fighting force of the first division to which was assigned the duty of the flank movement These battalions won unstinted commendation from superior commanders as a whole took part in the expedition along the Pasig river March 13th to 20th 1899 Advance on Malolos March 24th to April 1st 1899 Law tons Northern expedition April 21st to May 24th 1899 participated in the engagement at Gaudalupe Ridge Pa sig and Pateroc March 13 99 March 15th and 15th 1899 Ridge in front of Pateros March 18th near Laguna de Bay March 19th at can and Tulihan river March 25th M linta church larch 20th March 31st was constantly exposed to the enemys fire while in the trenches at Pasay from April 9th April 19th and took part in the at Novalichu April 22nd Bus tos May 2nd May 17th Barrio of Sanfernando May 18th In addition seperate battalions were in the insurgent attack on San fernando June 15th and the constant attacks on that town from June 15th o August 8th The advance against enemy from Sanfernando August 9th the affair at Callulet Aug 9th The engagement in front of Angeles Sept 28th operations a long the Rio Grange de a Pampanga from May to October pp fairs at Matorno Oct 1st 99 tad Oct lath Calaba and San Jsidro Oct 10th Taboatin river Oct 27th Mafactan river Nov 14th That civilization might emerge the barriers of semibarbarism The regiment in battles gave to the nations cause many of her chosen and now holds their names in cherished memory This is from a Garrard boy who is a member of the 22nd Time may be money but somehow your friends appreciate the money you spend with them more than the time Neoga 111 Oct 14 09 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill feel it my duty to ex press to you my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has done for me I was completely run down with a complication of stomach disorders For ten months I could not work and was treated by three eminent One insisted upon operatin on me declaring nothing short of an for appendicitis would cure me A friend induced me to try Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and from the first dose I began to improve and have not had any trouble since I have gained 25 pounds in weight and am the very best of health I never fail to say a good word for Dr Cald wells SyrupPepsin for I know what it has done for me it will do Gratefully yours Charles Curry Bold by B E McBoberts Druggist 1 is jg oo olds af bu ST JB improving summoned mother returned Victory terthe parentsand Regimentimperisha- ble public condition performed Capital inaugurated acting selected The until actions San Isidro engaged 1 from representatives regimentC GentlemenI physic- Ians operation enjoying f9r Ot V Pat Cal Dlal the The hi ant t I the of of of of to of c T1I53 GASTSKKAV JtVSlOX In honor to the aged ancestor and the spirit of BrotherlyLove descendents of the aged mother assembled at the home of Mr Chas Lee who married the only daughter the beloved one whose footsteps have been slowed and softened from the expiration of entynine years life in a chanih nf perseverance with an idea of livii a mature old age that she might aide to look back over past life take a view of the past and say Thankful for the past acts of obedi ence to my Celestial Father for my success as one of His obedient About all the families met at the same time while there was no under standing as to the particular hour to meeting seemed to have been divined through some Spirit of Deity to overshadow the minds of the crowd and propel the assembling the crowd at the same time The beloved and pious mother met each one of the children with a grasp her withered yet beloved hand and saluted each one with that same spirit possessed by a pious mother After a few hours of pleasant chat and there was prepared a choice dinner such as would have amply fed four hundred people while there were in seventyfive people at the dinner The photograph of the crowd was portrayed by Daniel T Smith now at Lancaster Ky who got orders for a good number of the groups which were be framed and kept as relics of the occasion and in honor of the heading this union Mrs Susan Gastineau was born September 21st 1821 and was seventynine of age on the 21st day of Sept li00 She is a member of the Christian church and is the mother or seven buys and one girl living Mr Chas Lee is of the only girl living He is one of Garrard countys good honest farmers and is respected not for his great riches but for his qualities as a good citizen Mrs Susan McBeth Gastineau was a daughter of James and Nancy McKenzie Barren Her father served in the Revolutionary war She was married to James Gas tmeau Dec 14th 1837 who died March 2Gth 1854 aged seventyseven years She was the mother of eleven eight living the oldest William age 62 years and mother of 50 grand and 34 great grandchildren four of hunt are dead James Gastineau of French nationality born in Pulaski county his occupation a farmer All the buys belong to fraternal orders three are Maccabees Geo was First Sir Knight Past Commander in Ken tucky four belong to Fraternal Order of America one to K of Ps and Odd Fellows Mrs Susannah Gasti neau was united with the Christian church in 1839 at Union Pulaski county and today enjoys the pleasure of good health and many friends MYSTERIOUS 3IUHDER For the central Kecorn MONTQOMERV Ala Sep 23 1900 A case where the innocent had to suffer and die for the guilty at the young lawyers legal club in the at Montgomery Ala a few weeks ago one of the lawyers his hearers by reciting a case of circumstantial evidence Said the case that he had reference to could be found on record on the court docket About twenty years ago a man by the name of A was walking leisurely along when he came across a man that had been murdered and was lying on his back in a fence corner with a dagger in his heart he had not been killed long as his body was still warm he took hold of the dagger and pulled it out of the murdered mans heart So this the blood to now front the mans was holding the bloody dagger in his hand with blood dripping from it In the meantime there were two men that came up and saw this man in the position that he was they knew him and it was for them to think that he was the one that had committed this foul deed The two men went to the city and reported the case to the officials This party was arrested tried and ponvicted anti was hung on circum stantial evidence In about five years lifter this man was hung a man by the name of C took sick but did not linger long before he passed away in the unknown world he made a stating that the law had hung an innocent man and that he was the one that should have suffered the legal death for this atrocious murder said that the old maxium says that an honest confession was good for the soul and was in hopes that this would be the case with him said said that he felt better by warning the world that the prisoner of circum stantial evidence should have the of all the doubts in a ease er strong the evidence may be agai nst him He said that the prisoner should be put in the penitentiary for life in fear that be a similar case to his WG MCKINNEY Prevented A Tragedy 53 Timely information given Mrs George Long of New Straitsville O prevented a dreadful tragedp and two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr Kings New One wholly cured her and she writes this mervelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for all throat chest and lung troubles Only 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug store 1m ry ed Co aft retrospective servants meetthe lear JOkes all ears the husband children 4 Court- House astounded caused bleeding sidehe natural confession benefit howe DIscovery bottle j R th 0 rough I E i tx feri Ai in tie t is t v I All signs point to a big feed jf sheep and lambs this fall e pcuiIj Nebraska where many of the eatfeedees are guilty over to sheep Gi osebenitt not take nub from cuttings but you may bend a Hitib and cuter it with dirt and soon take rout A Tier one suasun you can it where you wiiih It to stay at meals it should take the place of nitrogenous of coinsc being omitted It is far better when the children eat meat to give them water to drink Where two sorts of nitrogenous food are used like meat and milk constipation is universal Every grower of hogs should take pains to lay by as much succulent food for winter use as possible The hog thrives best when he has an feed of roots and pumpkins He wants plenty of water with his food and it is impossible to give it in the form of root crops the next best thing is to give him some well clover hay Farmers Hume Journal A gentleman writing from Kansas says I wish you could have been see the new improved threshing machine It burns straw for fuel and a selffeeder It measures every bushel and stacks the straw It rapidly enough to require six men to pitch and to require three men and a team to haul the grain from the machine while it threshes Its capacity is from 1500 to 2500 bush els per day Danville Advocate A natural fondness for domesticated animals especially for poultry a mud crate investment in the best grades of fowls according to climate an of patient and painstaking care of the flock a rational advertising of the stock for sale in due season are the bases of success in the paultry business Kentucky Poultry Journal May we ask each farmer who reads this item if he has sheltered from the sun his harvesting machinery and carefully put away attar cleaning and oiling his harrows hoes rakes ctilti rotors corn planters surplus chains hames and plow points Are there not some tools lying around loose in different parts of the farm rusting and warping An afternoon spent up and cleaning tools saves time and money to the farmer The Chicago Drovers Journal says Prices for thin lambs seem rather high and intending feeders in the corn belt are somewhat deterred from paying strong prices by the reports of large numbers to be fed in the West this winter For that reason they have been giving some preference to the feeding sheep It has been sun Bested that reports or numbers to be fed in the West havebeen exuggeru fed and circulated freely with the of making cornbelt feeders hull otT It is better of course not to feed at all than to feed and lose but there is a great and growing demand for prime lambs and more and more of them are wanted every year Dispatches from New York indicate the placing by the Imperial German Government in this countrjof an 30000 cavalry ambulance and class officers chargers The order is chiefly for the grade of horses that is now deemed best for mounting infant ry for rapid transportation from point to point in war The German has already four representatives in the United States purchasing hor ses but additioal agents aro to bo dls patched immediately to assist in together the larger number pro coming that so great a lot can be within a reasonable time These horses could be obtained in the four loading western markets in six weeks if the agents would pay the price says tle Breeders Gazette Here We Are Cincinnati Store 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 TIle Worth of Your Money Hoping that you 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 M i mm STORE i t dOm it true ant prfeetI foodsmeat occasional dampened hereto operates exercise in- gathering design money h order Tor practically emperor getting assurancesare forth Tne 1 li at Pla in Tawn 1 will l a t when c t collected u s As the Cold Weather Approaches It Brings With It the Dreaded Grip Coughs and ColdsOO O C O SN O N OO3 O- We are dispensing a new very efficient remedy known as Which is the best remedy on the market in the drug line y r n q t01 lfJl l l l ml WfJl l l X 0Jf i E IsS it tX OCCOCOOOCOOOOC OCOOOOOOCOO s an es cr1 Ca su1euv v r r s Fk P Laucater 24 hY r r I r I IrI Y lbr Yt l v 0 tr iflH fjJjf fjffiff1J fiMJL fi jlM fffijllfi0 0t SJJifff N S O a cr e 4 Or 0 O 1q su c in errmI rjbi haracy3I- IiIitcr 11i o SATURDAY OCT 6 A grand disylay of PATTERN HATS for FALL and WINTER Everybody cordially invited The Noel Sisters ifiZZitlery Opening t CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT 4 1900 A5OOT Mr and Mrs John Rose have return ed to Louisville and Mrs Gco Tl ITardin have re turned to their home in Covington Mrs Dave Dunn of Danville has been visiting Mrs J W Poor MissITattie Jones has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Judge II II Fox of Middlcsboro was a visitor in this city last week Mrs Vesta Jordan and son have re turned to their home in Indianapolis Mrs J II Payne of Lexington is visiting her sister Miss Jane Hopper Mr Homer Batson has gone to City with the prospect ot locating thereExGov W O Bradley spent days at his home this week with his family Mrs II M Smith and children Mary and Irma have gone to Bristol Tenn to reside ft II Batson has returned from the cities where he purchased his fall and winter goods Mr and Mrs Franklin Bacon an flounce the birth of their son John Anderson Bacon Miss Lillie Dale Grant has returned home from a delightful visit to Mid dleburg friends Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs W II Kinnaird Miss BerthaBurnside has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Vm Lackey of McCreary Invitations have been issued to the of Mi J T Palmer and Miss Loula Burk of Point Leaveil October 10th Danville News Mr Toseph S Has elden of Lancaster was in Danville this week on business Mr John Miller and attorney Williams of are in the city today Mrs Thomas Robinson and daugnter of Lancaster were in town yesterday Mr E W Arnold and wife of Lancas ter were in Danville yesterday Ed Gaines of Lancaster spent Sunday in Danville To The Ladies We are now ready to show you our Fall stock of the Hanitaest Millinery Ever displayed in Central Kentucky We exercised great care ill selecting these goods and they are the Very Newest Patterns to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect I ii J Ir Kansas Lancaster aa00 fPO9o0aoooaooood aooooaoat PEOPhE ooaooc OC4 y ca opdasoocaooo coo several 1 r marriage k 1 T Iraz Mrs Juliet Rogers and Miss Jennie Duncan have returned from a visit to relatives in Covington Mrs G M Patterson Grace Helen and Miss Annie Wai tore spent several days in Cincinnati last week Mr Perry Gastineau and wife were accompanied by his mother Mrs Su san Gastineau to Middlesboro Mr G Bright Swinebroad and bride have returned from Cincinnati and taken rooms at the Mason hotel Mr W A Yantis of Paragould Arkansas is expected this wcel to visit his father Uncle Harvey Yan Judge J C Hemphill is in Paducah this week He will be at his oilice Saturday to wait on Building and Loan patrons Elder A E Mesdames R E McRoberts R JI Campbell and E G KaufTman attended the C W B 31 convention at Hustonville Mr and Mrs G W Gastineau who attended the family reunion here have returned to their home in Mid dlcsboro Miss Mollie Smith has returned from a visit to relatives in Boyle SIlO has accepted a position in R II Bat sons store for this winter The marriage of Miss Yirgihia and Mr Homer Baughman both of Danville will be solemnized at the First Presbyterian church of Danville October 31 A letter from R E Henry says lie has located about lifty miles south of El Dorado and has charge of a large commissary He has been quite with his car load of horses Mr W A Moberlev and wife of Knoxville Tenn were visitors in this city Saturday and Sunday Mr Moberley is chief to superintendent Southern Railway Knoxville Danville Advocate Mr bison of Washington City who came home on account of bad health from Skyland North Carolina yesterday somewhat improved Somerset F M Hill returned from Conference last Tues day and his church and the people in general will be glad to hear that he and family are to remain in Somerset for another year Mt Vernon Signal Col John Miller was here Thursday from W T Short was given li cense and sworn in as a practicing torney Wednesday Attorney Lewis Walker of Lancaster attended court here last week While in Cincinnati Thursday we saw ten Lancaster people in one group beside many others about the streets If all other towns had sent as many to the show as did the Queen City would not have hold the multitude Among those who wtPhessed the Fall Celebration in Cincinnati were Mr and Mrs B F Hudson Mr and Mrs Mrs John M Lo her and many others In the young womens elocution contest at Nicholasville Miss Marie Griffin of Lexington was the winner There were three other contestants The prize was a diamond ring Miss Griffin is a daughter of Mr J WGrif fin formerly of this city If her hostess does her own work the girl guest who is thoughtful may tis Caldwell successful division J returned ParagonRev V Lancaster Lancaster FredP Frisblc Lewis A Moore 3t Tin r properly give a helping hand in the dishes or dusting the parlor but this help must be tactfully offer ed and not intrusively urged some women arc averse to assistance from guests Ladies Home Journal Mr Will Evans is spending a few days with his parents Dr and Mrs E EvansMiss Mary L Grimes has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Jack Dunn Miss Cora Harmon of London is the guest of Mrs R G Ward on Richmond St Stanford Journal Miss Tevis Car penter leaves tomorrow for Knoxville to spend several months with her aunt Mrs Dr J M Black Mr Marshall Eason and wife were the guests of their daughter MattiC Walker Sunday also Mr Whitaker and wife and little Archadine Next to the exchange fiend in a printing office comes the fellow who wants a copy before your papers are ready for delivery Its sometimes dif ficult to tell which is the greatest nuisance W G Smith who came to attend the burial of his brother Hugh re turned to his home in Cincinnati He still runs as mail clerk on the Queen Crescent a position he has held for many years TJUS RKCOKD oilice was remember ed Saturday by a most charming lady friend who brought in a basket of apples The entire force from editor to devil is greatful for memberance Dr J L McKee announced to his congregation Sunday morning that he had consulted a specialist inCincinna ti and had been informed that unless an operation was performed on his eye he would soon lose sight altogether He has gone to Oxford Ohio and will stay there for several weeks making trips to Cincinnati day He has great confidence in the success of flit operation and said he could re slime his work here within few weeks He has made arrangements for at the local church every Sunday during his absence Everybody loves Dr McKee and many are the prayers for his complete recovery Western Recorder Rev J E Wol ford has accepted the call of Lancas ter Ky church and enters at once on his work Bro Wolford has been pastor in Yincennes Ind for over three years We see in the of Vincennes that the church passed highly complimentary and expresses the regret of the church and community that Bro W felt it his duty to resign Under his care the church has been prosperous We congratulate Lancaster church on securing his services and knowing as we do the people at Lancaster we congratulate him for Providence his lot among such people When you have no appetite do not relish your food andfeel dull after eat ing you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents free at McRoberts drug store The pawnbroker who takes the most interest in his business has the least principle Cornhuskers sprained wristbarbed wire cuts and sprains or cuts any other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 25 and aOc C 0 J E Stormes 1m The business in which you know you would make money is always by others We have seen the frail infant when the for existence seemed almost ended resuscitated and strong by the use of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Some men are so stingy that they will squeeze a dollar till the eagle gets sick at the stomach There are thousands of people untold torture from piles of the popular impression that they cannot be cured Tablers Buck eye Pile Ointment will cure them and the patient will remain Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 72 cents Stormes 1m delicious the re eer other Commercial resolutions casting Samples from monopolized faintstruggle made suffering because C J washing C preaching C cured E I am better prepared than ever to show you the most elegant line of Woolens ever brought to I have over 2000 large Samples for you to select from and as I have just had my oilice refitted and prepared 1 will ask you to call and see me before you buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat J C IlKMrillLL Take Em Up The parents whose boys are to loaf about the streets all day and most of the night should read the following carefully An exchange very truthly states If a man had a 850 pup he would look after it carefully and not let it have the run of the town by day and night but if he has children it is They are turned loose at a tender age to go where they will and do what they please People wonder trampsdeadbeatstable men come from They are the seed germinated in countless homes and sown broadcast on the streets of our cities and towns There arc thousands of children headed in that direction that are not given an equal showing with a pup To The Trade I desire to state that after three months hard work I have been able to secure a FIUSTCLASS LINE OF 3IKUCIIAXT TAILOUING from Which I can make SUIT or an VKHCOAT for the LOW OF TEN DOLLARS this is no IIE DY MADE STUFF but STRICTLY MERCHANT TAILORING made to your INDIVIDUAL MEASURE and a PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED IN EVERY CASE this line before buying JJC HKMTIHLL Prices Extraordinary I have suits cut and made to your measure as low as 750 cents others at i 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 must complete in the world at astonishingly low figures Give me a call in Thompson block Richmond avenue sep 273t M D Hughes Agt Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the world Your mothers and never thought of using any thing else for indfgestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion of the liver stimulate the nCr vous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C C J E Stormes Money talks pretty conclusively at times but there are times when gets rattled Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular 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 allaysinflammation tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Reccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes Christmas is tha glorious season when every one and hismoney is eas Couldnt Translate It We a letter recently we were unable to read We failed to the nationality of the writer Theonl words we were able to make out were Dr Caldwells Syrup cures indigestion drugstore 1m t before Lancaster- as allowed i1a 1lticE Now Come and see largest CI- Vilized grandmothers Biliousness in liquid form climate introduced lly separated received determine Pepsin I different 1i headaches Dlcltabeits Card of Thank I take this method of thanking my friends for their kindness during my great bereavement and to say that I will ever remember them for their many good deeds in our behalf J F Adams Southern Farm Magazine There is no other domestic animal which yields such quick and ready returns upon investment as the sheep and thus will easily come within the of the Southern people to raise One may purchase 100 ewes in and by the following June if the flock is well cared for in the it will bring in returns from wool and lambs of at least500 while the expenses of keeping will not 100 A larger percentage on the investment is made than from the in any other domestic provided always the risk from the depredations of dogs is removed Nearly all other farm animals except the hog require a long time to mature for the market Lambs are a marketable condition within five months after they are dropped Do not get scared if your heart troubles you Most likely you suffer from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and gives the worn out stomach perfect rest It is the only preparation known that completely digests all classes of foods that is why it cures the worst cases of indigestion and stomach trouble after everything else has failed It may in all conditions and cannot help but do vou good F P Frisbie Dying in poverty is easy enough Its living in poverty that comes hard on a fellow It is well to know that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and stop a pain at once It will eczema and skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores It is a certain cure for piles Counterfeits may be offered you Sec that get the original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve F P Frisbie 1m Good deeds speak for themselves especially when they call for real estate Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little on those whose digestion is good You can regulate your liver and kidneys with Herbine and enjoy health and buoyancy of spirits Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Contentment may be better than most men are willing to take chances with the money In anaemia and most womens the digestion is weak the of color flesh and strength out of food is imperfect so that the patient is weak man nervous and dyspeptic This condition can be corrected by taking a course of Herbine Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Some oldfashioned folks like girls keep their fortunes in their stockings A new remedy for biliousness is now on sale at McRoberts drug store Itis called Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if given as soon as the first indication of the disease appears Price 25 cents per box Samples free im Some people have more money than brains and are not considered wealthy either Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out order It you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They every power of brain and body Only 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m A fortune awaits the genius who will perfect a system that will enable a man to dodge trolleycars and cred It Speed His Leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered intensely for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklers Arnica Salve wholly cured it in ten days For Ul cars Wounds Burns Boils Pain or Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m meantime exceed animals brought- to betaken ou improved impression moneybut ailments making ballet energy of develop ability September investment cut itois e t Buy Your K School Supplies I New and SecondHand S O O IS S I A T STORE r ffS J O L 3l GO TO STORMES School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 LILLARD BTDUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of ou fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided over by experienced men Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT B B Jones Pres E G Spink Vice Pres W IsT Young men and women to prepare for positions as Bookkeepers Stenographers and Operators The demand is greater than the supply For further particulars address Lexington Business College LEXINGTON KENTUCKY C I 2 Y Iv J2 lg McROBERTS DRUG OOOOJ DBUC Mrllli RUGGISTS U DRIES A TED C a s 9 iLL FOR Stationery RUGS T CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON fL 1 V Contagious mood MrsTV Mont Ala writes Several ago I was poison a diseased nurse who infected my baby and for six years ffered mi y body sores and tile eated me but nit to no pur pose ThemercuryaJ gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me Friends me to it and improved the start a complete and perfect cure ws the result Lee inoculatedwith was co Several ph icia S S So I taking bgan Poison is the most degrading and destructive of all diseases as it vitiates 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former Secretary and confident of Aguinaldo has arrived in this country to speak for the Fili pinos At Junction City Louis Fisher shot and killed Letcher Walker another nigger lie surrendered to ollicers and was taken to the Danville jailThe Bowling Green was robbed Saturday night of between 84oOO and 5000 in stamps and money There is still no clew to the robbers who took nearly 4000 worth of stamps and 800 in cash from the Green post olllce At Falmouth in Rocks Hotel Char Anderson killed his wife from whom he had been separated and theu fatal ly wounded himself Bondholders of the late Northern division of the Cumberland and Ohio railroad were awarded 25000 at Shel byville against the Ifand N for of the plaintiffs holdings A desperate fight occurred near Mc Vhorter a small town ten miles from London between Frank Brown and Pleasant Vaughn on the one side and Henry Wilhite on the other Vaughn was shot through the thigh and and will die Wilhite is missing and it is thought he was probably killed in the figRt as his hat and articles of clothing were found on the battie ground Galveston is confronted by a serious problem The city is virtually and money lenders refuse to cash city script except at a heavy discount A special session of the Legislature has been suggested to appropriate 100000 Gov Sayres reports a total of 07247029 contributed for the storm sufferers This total is sent to Gov Sayres and not through other channels The marriage of Gov Beckham and Miss Jean Fuqua of Owenshoro is announced to take place November 21 To tlio Farmers We have sacks scattered all over this county with our good friends the farmers they expect to bring them back to us but neglect it from time to time Why not get these sacks to gether put them where you will see them and return to need them II A B Marksbury Son r o o O 000000 0 ooooo oo 00 0 oooooJ colored post omce Bowling abdomen other distributed uswe N depredation bankrupt money- PASSING of CROQUET on J THE MEXICAN FRONTIER IX THE early 80s at one of the ilex ports of entry on the JUo there lived a number of largely interested in pushing for ward American railroad enterprises that were intended ultimately to con nect the capital of the Mexican with the cities of the United States For the first time in its history the Mexican custom house located there for the purpose of levying and collect ing a tariff for revenue only found it self with something important to do Xot only was the business created by construction considerable but all these Americans were purchasing on the American side of the river the commodities requisite for their exist ence and unless evading the vigilance of the custom house officials altogeth er providing an occasional to increase the receipts of the col lector of the port to an extent out of all proportion to the original cost of the articles in question Whether the amounts titus paid into the custom house ever reached the city of Mexico and served to defray any of the ex penses of running the government was a question on which the Americans held opinions which they thought it discreet not to express too vocifer ouslyThe social conditions of the colony developed to the point of including married men with their wives and families This necessitated the addition of articles of domestic economy to the list of importations It was under these circumstances that one of the American families decided to send for a croquet and see if it came within the limit of allowable household expense Croquet was even then on the wane in America and the cost of a set in a midwestern city was not likely to be great To the original cost when finally deter mined was added an approximate es timate of freight over 1200 miles of railroad The result of this addition was an amount equal to the cost of a croquet set in the palmiest days of that game and it was deemed wise to final action until some estimate could be made of the cost of The collector of the port at that time may for convenience and more particularly for the sake of brevity be called El Senor Don Xarcisso Nom bre de Dios Noriega de Pacheco y Blasquez He was well adv ir il I tt t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t Americans republic railroad opportunity American precedent postpone I 4 set- importation Confineient of its Pain children would be borne if the mother could that the worries and tribulations of could be avoided C C5Jss MOTHERS FRIEND XVliniment is unique in and alt the strained muscles as well as the distended organi There is nothing like it LUCINDA PASCHEL Lambcrton proves the above six children and was always in labor from twentyfour to thirty hours This time I used one bottle of Mothers Friend with seventh child and was in labor four hours Mothers Friend iijust what it is recommended to be I will never be without it again Sold by aU best druggists or sent by express prepaid on receipt of OO per bottle Book written for women ofall ages mailed free TUB IIRADFf EM REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga IDS l IIt Ira mIll Ark statement she says I have had only about ants when MMMMMMWMMW I will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time service Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike f J ROBINSON i A A BOON TO MANKIND BUCKEYEDRTABLERS PILE CURE J et1f j IIi A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MIL 75 CENTS BOTT CBCENTS JAMES F LOWS DRU ORE fi BAllARD Sill Prodetsr 3 iiiet ST M- CSTOI11F1S T years When approached on the sub ject of the probable duties upon a cro quet set he promptly declared his ig norance What was a croquet set A Was it a gambling outfit Oh no It was a very Innocent game Ladies and children play it It is played with balls and mallets Was it like baseball then Xo time balls are of wood and are knocked around on the ground But he did not know anything about it and the best would be to get the set bring it to the custom house and let the question be decided then The duties would probably not be muchIt not very businesslike to order the croquet set on such indefinite in formation it must be admitted but upon the Insistence of the younger members of the family who had be gun to suffer from ennui in the stag nant life of the frontier town an order was sent accompanied by a remit tance and upon the arrival of the box freight was duly paid thereon Then the postponed negotiations at the cus torn house were resumed El Senor Don Xarcisso Xombre de Dios Noriega de Pacheco y Blasquez was sitting out in the patio of the old adobe custom house completely en veloped in a great coat Despite the dry warmth of the midday air his coat collar was turned up and a thick cloth cap was crushed down over his ears Under his visor could be seen his sharp black eyes his sharper white nose and his pipched lips Around him was gath ered the entire clerical force of the custom house all deeply interested in an importation of unusual importance something to be classified and ap praised with great care in order that no wrong precedent be established The croquet box was brought in with much state ns though it were a gift Let the box be opened said the collector and only those who knew him well might have detected the gleam in his eye betokening his humor ous appreciation of the mock of the occasion The box was opened at his feet and the attaches of the custom house gazed at mallets balls stakes and wickets carrying on a whispered conversation the while on the various things then first brought to their attention and then they addressed a question or made a suggestion to the collector as though to aid him in determining pre cisely how it should be classified and appraised As for example one sug gested that perhaps it was played like billiards and in such case might it not come under the same classification as billiard tables But how should I know how it is played answered the collector TIle thing is like a Chinese puzzle to me And then addressing the purchaser of the set he said You say this game is played by ladies and children Can you not get some ladies and children here that we may see it played How else can we tell what duties it should pay With little difficulty enough players were found the wickets were set u in the patio of the custom house the stakes were placed the collectors out as they had expected So they asked that another might be played to enable them to decide the more intelli gently the momentous question to them And so a second and even a fourth game was played the eemitropical sun which streamed down upon the players though never affecting the spectators upon the wellshaded corridor In fact one game succeeded another un til croquet became hateful to all the players before the time came forthe officials of the government to close the custom house and seek their homes There had been no lack of interest in the playing on the part of the Mexi can spectators Every now and then attention had been called to some of the game and some minor consulted books and made hasty pencil memoranda As for example when one had asked about the wickets crossed in the center of the ground and was told that it was sometimes called the bird cage the tariff on bird cages was carefully hunted up and noted As the playing went on the Mexican spectators manifested their interest betting on the players At first tlacos then incdios and finally pesetas exchanged hands at the end of every game It was much to the relief of the players when the collector announced th t it was time to go homeIt is a very interesting game he said but I cannot tell what the duties will b until tomorrow morning The croquet set was accordingly left at the custom house and the players and pectators dispersed But until a late hour that night a light in the office of the collector indicated that some of the government clerks were unwontedly engaged in making The report of the appraiser time next morning was nothing short of appall ing The collector courteously why the amount of duties should be so large His clerks conscientious and had been feat iul of allowing some item to escape and of incurring peualtiei forpeglect game 1 president ow 1 submitted feature official finally overtime explained way solemnity under wer every of duty There of the being made to smuggle such things as bird cages for example into the country under cover of new games 1t1 is dangr wwr attempt I BUTsHOW SHOULD I KNOW HOW IT IS PLAYED and that was to be guarded against Then there was the menace of such an interesting game us croquet becoming so popular in Mexico as to prove detri mental to the games already charac teristic of the country monte ehuses bullfights cock fights etc It was felt necessary therefore to establish some thing like a protective tariff in this order that the wellknown Mexican games so dearly loved of the people might not be crowded out altogether by such a fascinating game as croquet Upon examination it was found that the clerks had incurred no penalties by reason of omissions The croquet set was appraised as a game as bil liards and as a gambling outfit for had not the Mexicans gambled on it Then the balls and mallets had been appraised as lumber as dressed and as furniture the wickets as iron and as iron wire and a charge had been made for a bird cage Added to this was the socalled protective and a bill had been made out for half a dajs work for each of the clerks who had watched the game as extra time employed in a special The purchaser of the croquet set ex amined the papers in silence He said ho would have to come around again and paj the duties and take the croquet set It was accordingly re manded to custody of the custom house officials and there it probably Daily Record It Might Humiliate Him A little story comes from a seaside village in Normandy where a well known man of letters is staying in company with a young writer of trifles at a somewhat primitive hotel One fine morning the former addressed the host as follows You would oblige me by making your charges as low as possible for my young col league lie is not a rich man Thd landlord delighted with the presence in his house of the man of renown promised to have due consideration rfor the purse of his younger guest But a few days afterward the fa mous author came to him saying By the waj dont let my bill be big ger than that of my young friend It would humiliate him boys like that are so extremely touchy Chicago Chronicle Engineered the Mont Desperate Herd Feud In the Southwest BueU ey OXelUs Part In It The most desperate feud ever known in the southwest grew out of an at tempt to graze sheep in Pleasant Val Icy in upper Tonto Basin Ariz says Capt J II McCintock in Ainslees The noted Tewksbury brothers under took the engineering of the operation They succeeded But when the sheep side of the controversy had forged to the front 32 men dead The casu alties were not incurred in pitched en gagements rhe fighting continued during a year or longer in the late eighties It was done in Kentucky yen detta style Most of the men who went over the were ambushed on mountain trails and shot in the back A Tewksbury household was besieged by a dozen members of the Graham fac tion the opposing party When an old man Al Rose went out in the early morning for a pail of water he was shot and killed within 50 feet of the doorstep And there the corpse lay unburied for three days in the full glare of the summer sun The men in the house stolid in their suffering from thirst appealed for permission to their dead It was denied them This is only a fair sample of the many atrocities that marked the progress of the feud The Pleasant Valley war ended only when all the surviving together with most of their neighbors were gathered up and taken to Prescott by a squadron of Yavapai county officers headed by Sheriff Wil liam OXeill the same Buckey OXeill who was killed before San Juan Hill leading his troop of rough riders A soothing influence was also exerted by Sheriff Commodore Owens of Apache county who caught four of the sheep faction in a house at Holbrook The four men broke from the house by four different routes through doors and windows hoping to pot the sheriff by a divided fire All alone he calinls started to pump his Winchester rifle apparently heedless of the rain of lead When he had finished the four were dead and the cool little sheriff had not a scratch At the last n single male of blood re mained alive He gave up time fight and fled to the Salt River Vallejv where he married and setted down to a quiet farm life While marketing his first crop of grain he was shot from ambush on the road to Tempe The deed was done by two unmasked horsemen by two young women as Ed Tewksbury and his righthand man John Rhodes The latter was rather summarily discharged from custody by a justice of time peace after h n r row escape front death by the hands of Grahams joung widow who had brought her husbands trusty revolver to time courtroom was found guilty of murder in the first degree But a sharp lawyerfound that the clerk of time court had failed to en ter the plea Not guilty though the notes of the court stenographer showed the plea had been made inproper form so the case was twice retried juries and finally the prisoner was turned loose I believe he is at present a cgnstable at Globe Camn ou casein lumber tariff importation th remainsChicago divid bur combatants the Gruham Identified qf with hung finally A1ZI5IA TEw5R7 were HUMOROUS The Dominant Sex Ho You havent the brains of a goose She Have you Indianapolis Press Some food on the other hand is too rich to agree with anybody In dependently rich as it Journal RealGratitude Tramp to Chappie who has given him a shilling I ope as ow some day sir you may want a shillin an that Ill be able to give it to yer Punch A Dangerous Article Dorothy had never before seen a dwarf My she exclaimed in a scarcely audible whis per he must have been brought up on condensed I notice that a bear took possession of a Canadian backwoods the other day What did the cmplojea do quit the bruin No they and rushed the growler Cleve land Plain Dealer A Matter of Taste Beg pardon said the postal clerk who had sold her the stamps out you dont have to put a fivecent stamp on a letter for Canada I know said she but the shade just matches my envelope you know Philadelphia Press Very you didnt seem to do much but eat while you were at that big seaside hotel Oh yes we did ma Between meals Harry and I talked anout what we had had to eat and what we were going to have to Journal What He Expected to Do Would you take our darling daughter from us tearfully asked the mother Why replied the startled youth That was my idea havent contemplated taking the whole family you know Chicago Evening Post GIRLS SWIM THE NARROWS One of Them a Girl of Twelve Took Her First Lesson In June This Year May Behr 16 jears old of Xinety second street and Third avenue and Florence West 12 years old of Ninety third street and Second avenue Fort Hamilton swam the Xarrows at New York the other afternoon in one hour and ten minutes The distance covered was one tulle and a half The ability of Miss Behr as a swim mer is well known all along the shore from Bay Ridge to Fort Hamilton but Miss West received her first lesson in swimming during the latter part of June The swimmers were followed by friends in a rowboat Both girls used a long breast stroke and swam slowly until reaching the middle of the Narrows when they began to swim more strongly When near Fort Wadsworth the swimmers narrowly escaped being run down by an incoming steamer Miss Behr in coming toward the shore gained on her companion and finished the distance about 200 yards ahead SOCIETY Army of Gumberlamla Clilckamatiga The Army of the Cumberland will meet at Chattanooga October 1000 At the same time a of the National Park Commission and various State Commissions will be held and an inspection of this man elous memorial to the heroism of the Blue and Gray will be made locations of tablets and monuments discussed and points of interest visited Mass mootings and meetings of the various si ci ties attending will be held livery soldier of 1863 or of 1808 should go to this memorable meeting at Chickamauga HALF trip tickets Que2n Crescent Route from Cin cinnati and North Oct 8th and th good to return Oct 13th One Fare round trip Write to W CRinearson G P A Cincinnati lIe will give you full particulars and send you free printed matter PUBLIC SALE LAND and STOCK Havine met with the sad misfortune los ing dear wife I have decided to offer the following property for sale ut public outcry to the bidder on Thursday Oct 11 1900 One tract of land lying In Garrnrd county Ky on the Sugar north of Lancaster containing 248 acres same to be offered in two tracts or as a whole All well set in grass except SOacres of tobac co land All watered and improved good dwelling with 6 rooms stock barn 42x90 feet good outbuildings rood as house on corner of farm The above is a good farm for stock or Also two other tracts of land about 72 acres each to be offered seper ate and as whole Tenant house nod barn on one tract The other has good 5room tenant house burn sheded all round and other outbuildings This tract is in grass and watered by four neverfailing springs I will also at same time and place offer the following property Six ricks and 9 stacks of about 25000 pounds of that cant be beaten all well handled 10 good milk cows 4 lIne red bull 2 dry cows 5 good steer cal ves 1 heifer calf 1 title Syr old bull 51 head 1 and 2 old cattle home raised 05 good southdown ewes bred to two good lonthdu wn bucks i hogs 2 fine young in foal tine jack 4 work mules nice yearling mule2 brood mares 1 fino filly combined horses from four to seven years old 2 fancy combined mares four to seven years old 1 Deering binder as new 1 mower good as new Superior di c wheat drill 1 disc narrow good as new 2 other harrows 1 new Studebaker 1 buggy Plows gears end other implements too numerous to men tion and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Stile be glue at 9M oclock A M J F ADAMS 2t Taken Up As Estray Throe weather sheep one black and two white Came to my about July 28 Own er can have same by proving property and paying expenses 4 1HM JFADAMS Now Is Your Time To Visit The Pacific Coast Cheap excursion tickets good for three weeks on sale via Great Northern Sept 4 and 18 Oct 16 Inquire of the railway ticket agent or write F I WHITNEY Genl Pass and Tkt Agt St Paul Minn I r r I I wcreDetroit milkJudge brewery rallied DifferentLaura eatIndianapolis ryes II really RATEsRound toba co newSchool cultivation containing I shorthorn r b 3t land 911 i i goo sum tobacco a RailwayS C p 1 Cheap FannJor Sale As agent of the National Bunk of Lancaster Ky The Farmers National Bank of Richmond Ky J E Stormed J W Poor I will sell at a bargain n farm of 1il acres tIme of K H Walkers There is a two room house on the place tho land is all in grass Terms to th or to E It Walker near the nronfises This Slim day of September 19UO ALEX K laN V F s I have 2 or S nice jersey cows sad calves for sale A It 1 For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or ingin tho of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikesi8r Garrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits nUll garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A K or Jus N Penny Point Leavvll or with me nt Hfch moud W K DENNY 28 junetf Fine Farm For Sale I wilt sell privately my farm containing I2 4 acres situated miles south of ISryuiitis ville There is a splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good barn Ice house granary and all other necessary out buildings Neverfailing water at door ami plenty of stock water OH the place The place Is well suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange HENRY 920 tf Kryantsville Ky Farm For Rent I will rent for the ensuing year my farm containing acres situitted one mile west of Preachersville M acres to be put in wheat 15 for corn 8 in meadow and remainder in grass Good 5room dwelling on place never failing water good fencing and till necessary outbuildings all in good repair Possession given at once For further particulars apply to W T White Preachersville or A II Bastin Lancaster MRS MAGGIE T HOliBS KINDS OF I ROOFING j GUTTERING i REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Repratiii Follofii Companies Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool london Globe North British Merchantile Aetna Life M Co gfEarlforlCoi JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to LOITERING Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster thatany guilty of Loitering in or about any Rail Road Depot or Station or any other public place in this city shan be lined not less than five and not less than twentyfive dollars This ordinance to be in force its passage and publication Sept 31900 R KIXXAIUD Mayor AttVnWherrittClkCity Council V McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Taken Up an Eatrajr One red sowr weight between 175 200 pounds No marks long nose with pig Came to my house about fifteen days ago Owner can get same advertisement and damage done Jno R Hill ter Xy sep133fc 9 Sept It lesI rock 0 ILL I I I t I i Ir Ii i I i i i I i t B I i I 00 OCC oooo C OOCOOO Engineering and person dollars from JOHN J1S0N Land Snveryor J t oo I I I far 13 3 I tint uia K till L3fAN ooo 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JamNumber 2 dont stop S in SOUTH BOUND Nnmber 1 stops when Waged Number 5 lltt wi umber alv except 755 pw Number Midnight tins UI LIHI NATIONAL K S CHESAPEAKE I OHIO RaIlway UT Time In tllct July Lo JtIO Ill SIt S ama f I U C ntlM a- rJuxill ton Vent xe SIJ t UIIJ axe fIlthy IZ493 THE BAN A nth bnd k1 i mat l2I5Llt4iSjM554 9aat hthint Sim10 hti 7 lupmn11 lops Iii 9 CAPITAL 55000000 OF J F ROBINSON Jn Asst Cashr SURPLUS JlO OOOOO I 1 rlI LANCASTER KY A RDKNNT President JNO E STOR3IE3 Vice President S C DENNY Cashier bfiiJ R T EMnrYBootkcop r DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny Jno S Stormes W IIKinnalrd W S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air OHIce in the Bookout Buildinsr Danville street oppo Ite Presbyterian church For Congress We are anthorized to announce Hon Ocorga of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth dta A C Robinson fit G Gilbert trlct Burton r w I7 LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of bur SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON Dyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food in strengthening and recon structing or gans is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No preparation can approach It in in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache allother results imperfect digestion Ptk size contains 2S times wUslze Bookall PrtMK by E C OtWtTT CO Cblcog I i FP Frisbie Kodol and aids and St 4rc Ci S T CureS S a- I