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I YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1900 ONE DOLIAR A YEAR entia tt3XTII NUMBRK 2 S a her ELFI JUDGMENT Follow the Finger of Satisfaction and Youll Land Here as Certain as Fate We are ready to supply your wants foi anything you need in our line for Fall and Winter wear such as Genl Dry Goods Dress Goods French Flannels Outing Flannels Comforts Blankets Curtains Hosiery CarpetsRugs JacketsCapes Trunks ShoesClothing Hats Caps Shirts Neckwear BootsOvercoats and lioffli INDUCEMENTS To Trade Here Courteous Treatmen Prompt Service Posi tive Satisfaction and a saving of to to 25 per Dry Goods Co Points This Way UnderwearSkirts Many Other 15 The Log i r from cent n 1 fcANCASTGR AND VICINITyrL ll II II II II II II lIoY tI II u tI CII II tI tI tI e CIII tiC II CIHI 6 n o40oee eeeoeeooepaeeeeooooooooaeoeoeoooooooooeseeaeeoeeoeeoeoooae eeeee 3 f Lay in your coal hogs arc as high as a cats back in Garrard just now s buggies If you want good job work at rem onable figures call at TIlE RECOUD ollice All kind of Carriag repairing done it the best and manner at Conns Carriage Fill your cistern with pure water by using the Ilusclden Filter Keeps off disease J 11 Ilaseldcn They must go So call and make your selection of a or a road wagon harness etB at Conns Carriage shop Lumber Just receive fifty or sixty thousand feet nice dry pine boxing and fram ing R G Ward One house and ilot on long also one hole and lot for rent W J Romans J Mort Ruthwcll spoke to a big crowd at the Court House Saturday nignt in the behalf of the democratic ticket lort is a good speaker and a man of plenty good sense Now is the time to buy a buggy sur rey or road wagon cheap We are overstocked and do not to carry them through the winter AV J Romans We have about eightyfive good young mountain ewes which we will sill cheap for cash or trade to some saddle and harness horses Apply to J I Hamilton or W II Ward oc4tf Great ICarjraiii Good quality long wear prices and good have increased my sales Suits and overcoats at 850 to 820 Give me a call at Thompsons block Richmond avenue M D Hughes Agt Tlie flatter WIth Lancaster This will be the subject of Rev Robinson at the Methodist church Sunday night the town are especially invited to be present Morning services at 11 oclock even ng services at 7 To Town The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to pay now as it will be later on The penalty will soon DC added tf Ls PEARCE Collector Messrs Doty and Kinnaird who the celebrated Schuman Concert Co are meeting with much encour agement and the house will be filled to overflowing from present prospects The company is one of the very best on the road and is delighting the everywhere they go More Improvements Mr James Mt Yernon has been here this week assisting in making some extensive improvements at the telephone exchange If Jim could pull political wires with as much accuracy as he can telephone lines he could soon land in the presidential chair The Gilclicr Opens After remaining closed for several months the famous Gilcher Hotel at Danville has again been thrown open to the public It is under the of Mrs Munday of Shelby vine Mr A M Iloellich formerly with the Phoenix Lexington will have charge of the ollice It will be run as a two dollar house with free fires Pretty ITIilliiicry A great many ladies came in to millinery displays at the local stores Each store Misses Noels and Miss Sallie Tilletts had been tastily decorated for the and presented quite an inviting appearance It is said that the local displays far excelled any previous col lections of hats etc ever brought to Lancaster A great many were sold and many more laid aside for The stocks arc quite large and they are as pretty a lot as can be found in this section of the state fToJTIanuge the Opera At meeting of the owners of the Opera House held Friday it was to secure the services of Judge M D Hughes to manage the house for the remainder of theseason Judge Hughes did not rent the house but merely manages it for the company He has had experience in the business and will make a good man for the place He has commenced work on booking some of the best attractions on thq road He tells THE that all snide troupes wili be wide berth which action will with the hearty approval of the of the house D For bargains in IfuJ e etc call at Conns Shop ne t Sho bug payments fits hut H Citizens of TaxPayers secured people 1 a ret of Saturday see the occasion customers house decided patrons triage trey For Sale nit tow management REcoi give net Put a lock on the coal bin Subscribe for THE RECOUD and quit reading a copy Lookout for crap games as well as tigers They are both catching Have you read Ha ad on another pug read it ont fail to The Odd Fellows lodge meets Mon day night and THE RECOKD is asked to urge a full attendance I have a nice room in my residence to rent Apply at once to Miss Lena Bright tf Nearly all the woodwork has been finished in the Opera House and the Hotel has received nearly all its fin ishing touches Good Do not fail to see my line of Winter Suits made to TEN DOL IAUS before the stock is broken J C IJioiimiLi Make home attract v piano or organ It saves many child You can make no better Harding Riehm Many reserve seats have been sold for the Schumann concert to be given Saturday night the 20th They are on sale at McRoberts drug store Prices 35 50 and 75 cents We have started our Flouring Mills Bring us your wheat and we will satisfaction We are now re ceiving wheat on deposit Call and see us J S Minor Son A good rain fell Saturday night which broke the drouth of several months duration Several good have fallen during the week and cisterns are filling up and springs business Mr Wm Ward is having the large pool at the Lancaster Mills walled to the top and securely coated with ce ment This will make a basin about seventylive feet square and one of the best in the state Last of the Season The L N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday morning 252 oclock train at 150 This will be the last excursion rate of this kind until next summer Its a cheap trip and quite enjoyable Trouble Threatened A brass band has been organized at Danville and threats of one are being made at icholasville Every day we study on a speech being prepared for St Peter asking forgivness for assisted in a home talent band After a lingering illness Mr James Hunt died at the home of his hephew James Todd near Paint Lick Mr Hunt was a farmer by occupation was sixtyfour years old and well known by many in this county The burial was in the family burying ground A Good Idea Petitions signed by a large number- of prominent citizens and sportsmen of Bourbon county have been present ed to the County Court favoring the appointment of Mr Thos E Clay as game warden for the protection of fish and game according to law The of the petition pledge themselves to pay the salary The DIode In TullorITIade Gowns As to everyday gowns for this Parisian women are coming around more and more to the tailormade There is nothing English about these They relieve the severe effect with all sorts of fancies in borders revers and collars A little note of red strikes the eyes as a prominent feature in the new tailormade Home Journal Doing Good Work Mr J E Stormes of the State Board of Pharmacy tells us that the board is making it hot for the street fakirs who sell medicines on public days They also made war on the that sold bromo seltzer and oth er drugs and shot the hot shot into the druggists who permitted unregis tered men to preside counters The board is doing good work and should be encouraged Genuine Charity The other day we saw a lady with a freezer ice cream driving about town Seeing her stop at wemade an investigation and found that she was visiting the sick and leaving bowlful of this food for the invalids every sick person town Now this is the kind of good work that proves the genuine Christian Most of the church put in all the time singing about In The Sweet Fields AfeedlnS and let the sick feed on what they can hustle wound and find That lady with the freezer of creamdid more genuine church work than have ninety per cent of the sages during the past borrowed in Riehms measure twit in stment guarantee showers resuming having signers winter thingsOctober Ladies saloons overthe prescription full of several excellent She visited members fro tseat for a C houses inf year One of the biggest sales held in Gar rard county for some time will be that of J F Adams mentioned elsewhere in THE RECORD It takes place today Thursday C B Engleman will shortly take charge of the hotel at Paint Lick He will run a livery stable in connection Butler is a clever honest fellow and will dish out firstclass hash The Advocate says the sale in Danville last week did not prove satisfactory as prices were not up to anticipations Forty head sold at an average ot 117 for females and for males Get out your fishing tackle The schoolboy is figuring on going Saddy Best accommodations by Nicholas ville Stage Line RICE BENGE aug30tf Come in to today and select you a heating stove from the largest line in town J R Haselden Eggs I will pay dozen for good clean fresh M B Northcott The state convention of the Womens Christian Temperance Union will be held in Danville be ginning Friday October 12 Your school tax for the year 1000 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W IlAituis Collector Just received a car load of Prime Cypress Shingles get bur prices buying We keep Lime and on hand at all times J S MINOR SON Store Room For Sale TIlE RECORD office has printed large bills announcing the sale of the Sweeney store room county court day the 22nd This is is a fine room in excellent condition and improvements which will prove a good investment Notice To Knights of Pythias After the usual summer rest the lodge will its regular meeting Friday night and it is hoped that every member will be on hand There are some matters of importance to be attended to G B Swinebroad K R S Prohibition Speeches Col W II Ziegler a prominent and eloquent speaker will address the at Bryantsville Friday Oct 12 at 7 oclock p m and also speak at Paint Lick Saturday Oct 13 at 3 oclock p m on behalf of the Prohib ition party Everybody invited Business Change Gaines Ball have sold their stock of groceries to J H Patterson and J II Sympson The new firm will the business at the old stand Mr Sympson was formerly of the firm of Fuller Sympson and his many friends will be glad to know that he will remain in Lancaster Reception at Baptist Chunh A reception will be given at the Baptist church Friday evening to meet the new pastor and his wife Re freshments will be served and the oc casion made enjoyable for those who attend It is hoped that all members will be present also all the half members Rev Wolford preached his first sermon Sunday morning and those who heard it are delighted with him Former Lancaster Roy Married Mr Lawrence Rose who was born in Lancaster and lived here some time was married at Pine Hill last week to Miss Ida Meadows a popular and pretty young lady of that city Mr Rose is a son of Capt John Rose of the L N and like his father is one of the cleverest fellows in the world TILE RECORD extends Mr Rose is with the L N holding a clerkship under Master of Trains Roller The Tiger War The City Council held another meet ing Monday night when the ladies were on hand to urge war on the blind tigers Addresses were made by several of the union and it was decided to put on another policeman to work at night and also during the day for the sole purpose of breaking up the illegal sale of whisky The names of Henry Barlow and Doe Turner were presented On a vote Currey Benge Beazley and Hamilton voted for Turner and Higginbotham for Barlow Turner promises to leave no stone unturned and work dilligent ly for the desired end He was at once sworn in and entered upon dutv Mr Turner is steady reliable man He does not know the meaning of the work fear and when he sees violations of the law will not hesitate to take hold of the offender What the pie want to do now is to back up the officer and show that they are inter ested In the work Unless he has the support of all law abiding citizens he can do nothing If the people will take hold of the matter and help smoke out the wirepullers Lancaster will soon be the dry town the law says she should Wanut huntin anted 12i er egg Kentucky Notice before Cement shorthorns held 90 resume citizens continue congratulations C C S main Councilmen pea Hustle out the last winters New line Cut Glass and Sterling Silver pieces at Thompsons Call and see our organs in E Harris evenings Chicken feed for sale by H A B Marksbury Son This is an extra good quality of feed If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Now is the time to plant Dutch Bulbs We have a large variety for sale O C Heberling On and after October 4 I will have 200000 Brick for sale sep273t R M Dillehay Ben Guinn the negro carved by Jim Wiggle has recovered sufficiently to raise a racket on the Chute and get run in by Marshal Pearce Judge Hughes has already booked a couple of big minstrel troupes for ear ly appearances at the Garrard Opera House One is Barlow Wilsons A number of Lancaster folks went to the circus at Richmond Monday and say the town was packed and with people A circus will draw every time Ladys Cape Lost Monday night a black brocaded silk cape Lost on Public Square or Lexington street Return to THE RECOUD oulce and receive reward Butcher Shop Sold J R Payne has bought out Bob Thompsons butcher shop adjoining new hotel Ed Norris is in charge and will run things strictly up to date Taken Up as an Estray Aged roan mare thin mane and tail Came to my place August 26 Owner can have same by paying char ges and proving property oct113t II C Sutton Lancaster Col D G Colsou in Lancaster Col David G Colson will address the citizens of Garrard at the Court House Thursday afternoon Oct 18 oclock Col Colson is one of the most prominent republican in Kentucky A Word To The Farmers We are in the market for Wheat and will pay the market price for same at all times If you have wheat deposit for your own rise deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Sun V star jammed speakers to overcoat pilinos and pen S atone C Put away the old straw hat for next summer All kind of farming implements re paired at Conns Shop We sell JapALack J C Thompson The small boy says there will be plenty of this fall Mr T J Hammonds and family will move to Lexington in a few days to make their home Best Pianos and Organs lowest pri ces easiest terms call and investigate Hard ing Riehm at Harris shop Why buy a readymade suit when pin have one made to your for TEN DOLLAUS J C Ilemphill We have the largest and best select ed line of winter tbuggjx robes ever shown in Lancaster xOur prices can not be duplicated W J Romans Twenty good feeders 1100 Ibs 20 good 750 lb steers 1011tf W McC Johnston A Few Wordfljto Buyers Having been in the merchantile bu siness in Lancaster for many years and studied the wants of the people of Garrard county we are enabled to put before them a stock of goods which we know will please and them This season we have put forth our best efforts taken up more and been more careful than ever before in selecting the very best ma terials and obtaining the lowest prices This will be an advantage that our will appreciate All time latest styles in dress goods are on our shelves in great quantity We take J pleasure in inviting you to see these goods as they are unquestionably the prettiest and best ever shown in Lan caster We have all the latest designs in hosiery the handsomest line of la dies shoes blankets comforts sheet ing a superb line of underwear cor sets gloves and everything to be found in a firstclass dry goods store The new fall does goods introduce a wonderful variety of French English and German productions in wool and silk and wool Among the leading fabrics are French Broadcloth Satin faced Venitian Pebble Boucle Scotch Tweed Suiting Drap de Milan Pann Satin Bhotau Cloth Granite Suiting Camels Hair Zibaline Satin Soliek and many others Call at our store see these lines and you will be convinced that we are the leaders in this section J JOSEPH 1 C hickernutsandwanuts you For Sale delight tim customers 1 ge S measure Disc Drills Superior ON WHEELS Owensboro WagonsS- old on an Absolute Guarantee Full line of Hardware Stoves and Pumps and Tinware see the largest and best line of Heating and Cook Stoves and Ranges in town Come before big stock is broken J R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Calland 01 lsc arrow Mineral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets To see our elegant line of Boots Shoes Hats Vrapst Jackets Blankets Comforts Under wear Furniture Trunks and It will be a comfort to you and your pocketbook 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 upward Wait Too Long Telescopes l ti ollt Clothing SEE OUR GOODS NOTE OUR PRICES Then Buy Elsewhere If You Can Our line of Walk Over Shoes for men is complete The greatest 350 shoe on earth Walk Over shoes need no in troduction to the general public as they are known as the best at the price in the country All the materials used in this celebrated line are the best obtainable at any price Walk Overs are made by the best of skilled workmen and are model products of an uptodate factory See our line of BUELL BOOTEES and buy a pair before the sizes are broken Our HONEST MIKE boot is a world beater price 400 LADIES FINE FOOTWEAR A specialty We handle the celebrated Drew Selby line For style fit and workmanship it cannot be excelled prices reasonable Our line of School shoes is the best we have ever shown Up To Date Furnishing Goods Stylish Hats Correct things in Neckwear Our Clothing Department is overflowing with BARGAINS Give us a call before buying your fall outfit Satisfaction wrapped up in every bundle m J 13 Ei II J rn 8 J J 13 13 13 rn rn 8 8 rn- m rn p gfl mLogan Robi son m m I it 8 II iii II 8 iii II 8 IiIIiI 3 ij t a o D p D 1o 1 l 1 0 a o A 0 v 0- k HARDING RIEHM Largest Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Pianos AND Organs In Central States Have permanently located here and propose to accomodate the musicloving people of Lancaster and vicinity with an 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 I I cI 1 j I I I I t I I ID li assortment oo ono a o eo 00 e mooooo0 0 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT II 1900 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY YJTIB IK ADTANCl SIX MONTHS THREE I is OFFERS of free supplements contin ue to roll into THE EECOUD office The accommodating campaign com mittees are very generous and even offer to pay the express and print our name on them NEVER in the last fifty yearsat this season has there such apathy in an approaching presidential election says the Hawesville Plain aler is no bad feeling the people no argument as to men or platforms and all the windjammers and spellbinders so far have entirely failed to get up an excitement The people are cool and are closely studying the and will be able to cast an in telligent vote when the day comes AN exchange notes a curious in stance of a house divided against In a certain family there are two sons beside the father One son i a republican and the other is a democrat while the father is a social 1st They have some hot arguments and abuse each other roundly The old man says he regrets that he ever brought two such fools into the world The boys says they would rather not have been born than have such a d n for a father A WINCHESTER barkeeper has hit upon a novel method to draw trade He employed Tallow Dick Combs who figured in the Goebel trials to tend bar The saloon mans white barkeepers quit work saying they would not work with a coon but the bar man held to Combs and it is said he is drawing like a porus plaster People go in and drink simply to see Combs and say a few words with him Some people have curious notions THE campaign orators are tearing their hair and have worked into a lather but the people hereabouts are saying very little on the subject of the election It that they are sawing wood but if such is the case the meatskin has been so freely applied that the saw is making no noise All the political fuss in Garrard so far has been from orators and a few fellows who have nothing to do but sit on their pants and gas COL W H GENTRY of Lexington has made the suggestion that officers on the governors staff discard the uniforms used now and dress as plain citizens when on duty with the Col Gentry is making a great mistake in promoting such a change It would cause many a to these handmedown to be forced to lay aside the gold braid and plumes they delight to wear In fact the wearers would rather have an eye tooth pulled than be compelled to dress as us com won people Let em wear all the gold braid they can tie on They dont mean any harm ALMOST every man thinks he could run a newspaper and a hotel and most men think also that they are orators The Winchester Democrat says this is especially true of those who like to get up early and argue politics before breakfast A man who will argue politics before breakfast will steal sheep but there re plenty who will do that Every politician believes he is an embryo Patrick Henry and watches for the first opportunity spring his oratory If you let the bars down in he goes and revels in the green pastures but not by the quiet Couldnt Translate It AVe received a letter recently we were unable to read We failed to the nationality of the only words we were able to make out were Dr Caldwell Syrup Pep sin cures indigestion McRoberts drag store 1m k ir ORE TERMS ben questions itself crank themselves maybe I executive heartache wallflowers most ot determine i 3 T sere among y wri- The is waters because he believes in waters He is an orator He has read the life of Patrick Henry and has learned that he was an orator and wholly forgets that Patrick was an because he had something to say Now there is a vast difference between an oator who has something to say and the born orator The born orator like the poet born not made and he talks whether he has anything to say or not Oratory is an affliction just like corns and hay fever and Deplorable and oppressive un less something is done PBEACHERSVILLE We had a nice rain Sunday which was badly needed J F Payne bought a nice cow and from G W Evans for 3500 There has been some corn sold in our village for150 pet barrel We learn that B D Holtzclaw has bought of Rev T BWhitehis farm for 84050 J H Thompson sold 300 bales of cloverj hay to S Morgan for 40c per hundred J H White A J Thompson and J F Cook were the commissioners to the land of J F Pettus decd They gave Mrs Pettus 60 acres and laid off 211 of the remainder for the two infant heirs and they talk of the remainder as a whole Judge Pettus of Somerset has been visiting Mrs JFPettus Geo Brown visited J L Anderson Sunday W H Brown and family visited Dr Brown at Stanford Monday F F Cummins and wife visited T B White Sunday J W Cummins attended thespeak ing at Crab Orchard Saturday I McCREARY Mr J D Hardin sold some corn on the stalk to R Woner at 150 a bbl Mr Warner has gone to Louis ville to buy his fall goods Mr S 0 Ham of Lexington is visiting his mother Mrs Ben Ham this week Miss Minnie Pherigo visited friends in Madison last week and attended the Gilead meeting It was last week that Mr and Mrs T W Bradshaw had gone to Illinois but it is a mistake Mr Morton Broaddus of your city visited his son Mr Cron ley Broaddus the later part of the week This vicinity was very much re freshed last Sunday by a good shower Miss Betty Bell who has been very sick with typhoid fever is better at this writing Mrs Fannie Keohler visited Mrs Sarah last Saturday and Sunday Misses Bettie and May Perkins and Miss Nannie Dudderar spent several days last week with their uncle Mr John Dudderar Mr James Conn and wife entertained last Friday evening in honor of Miss SarahDudderar those present report- a very nice time It Happened In A Drub Store One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock says Mr C R Grandin the popular druggist of Ontario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could reccommend 1 said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back 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 sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The beautiful snow often covers a multitude of disgraceful sidewalks A stitch in time saves and dose Coussens Honey of Tar at the beginning of a cold will save you many weary hours and even days of distress and harassing cough Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 5 I 1 orator I pinkeye divide selling L J B reported Hammack th recommendation nne ng turbulent half delivered FLAT WOODS e a a a Henry Parks bought of Aunt Ann Dood of color two nice calves for 14 C A Robinson bought of F D Scott nice Jeasey cow and calf for 35 also cow from Ralph Anderson Jr for 30 Quite an enjoyable event was the family reunion at the home of Wm Parks Sr last Tuesday His grand children and a number of near relatives were present A sumptuous dinner was served by his youngest daughter Miss Julia by her elder sisters Mesdames Frank Camery and James Hawkins In the afternoon the familes formed group in front of the was then taken of the house and the group by Mr Yater of Late in the afternoon they shook hands hoping that God would be with them til they meet again Mr James Aldridge of Hiattsville is visiting in this community Mrs B A Copass is quite sick at this writing Miss Katherine West of Bourne spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs F B Kemper Misses Sallie and Lee Herring visited their parents T I Herring and wife from Friday til Monday They are attending Jessamine Female Miss Minnie John Marcellus spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs J B Kem per Miss Lula Simpson days last week in Lancaster with her cousin Miss Mary Thompson BRYANTSFILLE Call and see the pretty line of chil drens capes and hoods at Mrs Hose densThe entertainment given by the children Sunday at Miss Dunns school was enjoyed by all C G Jackson of Danville by J S Haselden and wanting a good handmade set of or guarantee satis factionMiss Fannie Harley has been the guest of her brother J W Farley the past week Mrs Welch visited her daughter Mrs Deatherage in Rich mohd Miss Mary Murphy of Camp bellsville spent last week with Mrs Johnson her sister Mesdames and J X Dunn visited Mrs John Leavell who remains quite ill Mrs Elijah Ballard has returned from a weeks visit to relatives in Lexing ton Mrs Josh Dunn of Brodhead and daughter Ella are guests of in this vicinity Elder Allen of Danville spent several days with friends here last week Eld Moore pastor of the Christian church at will preach at Pleasant Grove Sunday evening at three oclock Elder Allen at 11 in the morning Dr Armstrong and Logan Ison spent last Sunday with J W Poor in Mrs Sallie Thompson of Cincinnativisited Mrs Boner at Camp Nelson last week Mrs ridge and children of Covington are visiting friends and relatives in this community Mr Meyers of spent last Friday with his friend Logan Ison A new remedy for biliousness is now on sale at McRoberts drug store It is 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 1m Business covers a multitude of transactions just out of reach of the lawCornhuskers sprained wristbarbed wire cuts and sprains or cuts from any are quickly healed when Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 25 and 50c CCJEStormes 1m The paving material of hell consists of good intentions and unpaid election bets There are thousands of people untold torture from piles of the popular impression that they cannot be cured Tablers Pile Ointment will cure them and the patient will remain cured Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 72 cents 1m e d 1 MARI children assisted housea photograph Institute Johnston- of several employed anyone harness saddlewill Hogan relatives Lancaster Lancaster E J Lexington suffering because Buckeye C JE Stormes Lancaster biitti Al Ballard C MMOOMOOOMIMMM A Christian Science church has been organized at Lexington Reports indicate a big turkey over Kentucky Pittsburg went dry Saturday bya Joseph Clark the deceased of Lexington left an estate val ued at 425000 Lexington had three murders last week The victim in each case was killed instantly The Reliance Coal Company opened its mines in Bell county with nonun ion men A proclamation of peace in South Africa is expected to be issued by Lord Roberts today The War Departments expects the withdrawal of American troops from China to be completed by Oct 21 Yellow fever prevails in Havana to a greater extent than at any time since 1897 A J Alexander of Woodburn con tributed 500 toward the starting of the Colored Industrial School at is to have another Demo cratic paper It will be called the Democrat and will make its appear ance in about two weeks The great flour milling plants around Minneapolis are closing down and about 40 per cent will remain idle indefinitely owing to a shortage in the demand Mrs Wallace Cartmile of Bath county committed suicide by in a pond near her home She left a note saying she did not care to live longer Eliza Mosby a highly respected woman died at Harrodsbujg from rough treatment at the hands of a burglarDr the German bacterolo gist announces a sure cure for and also claims to be able to rid a country of mosquitos The Fiscal Court of Todd county contracted with the Kentucky Chil drens Home Society of Louisvillefor he transfer of nine children pauperst at 50 each At the fourthquarterly conference of the Hopkinsville Methodist church resolutions were unanimously adopted indorsing Dr W K Piner and confidence in him The curators of Kentucky deny that there is to be a law added to the institution with exGov Bradley at its head Estill Springs will not close its pres ent season until after the meeting of the National Fox Hunters which will be held there in of Lieut Col J M Lancaster Fourth United States took place at Arlington He was a native ol Kentucky A convention of anthracite striking miners has been called by President Mitchell for Friday when the of the Coal Trust will be The advisability convening a council of the Catholic church in America will be considered by the American Archbishops at their in Washington this week The relief column which went in search of the captured soldiers of Company F Twentyninth United States Infantry in Marindique Island reached Santa Cruz without finding a trace of them Reeriforcements have been sent to Northern Luzon owing to the fact that the Filipinos are concentrating and showing renewed activity The insurgents are more skillful and are employing American field tactics The vote in Fredonia Caldwell county on the liquor question result in a whisky victory No enthusiasm was manifested on either side and only 33 votes were polled 20 of them being in favor of whisky and thirteen on the Carnegie library build ing at Newport was commenced The 20000 donated by Mr Carnegie will be spent on the erection of the build ing the site having been paid for with money raised by subscription among the citizens of Newport and environs T S Stull of Mt Sterling suicide at Lexington at the Chesapeake and Ohio depot He had his wife who was at Catletts burg to come here and she arrived Stulls wife says they were married at Catlettsburg last Friday He gave his wife a dose of the drug with which he took his own life hut she did not swallow it Michael Monahan charged witt the murder of the negro editor and R C O Benjamin at Lexing ton last Tuesday night was by Oounty Judge F A Bullock Two witnesses swore that Benjamin had declared he would return to the voting booth and have on Monahan for striking him in the at ternoon and that there was a shot from Benjaminspistol before Mona ban fired For three days and nights I suffer ed untold from an attack of morbus brought on by cucumbers says M E Lovyther clerk of the district court Centerville Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried a dozen different medicines but all to no purpose I sent of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely This remedy is for sale by R E druggist 1m ng r I J pall maority merchant KeeneLondon drowning ne- gro malaria expressing University department Association N vemberThe artillery proposition considered general meeting againstWork committed telegraphed politician dismissed vengeance fora bottle oNMNNHpNNNNO CGNB Ah NEWS ot20 cholera coif McRolleits Robert Sallee purchased of JB his farm containing 227 acres near Hustonville for 12500 first of January Somerset Jour nil If you desire your fowls to do well make them scratch for a living screenings millet seed or any oth Hogs are scarce and readily 525 per cwtover in the Ground community in Scott according to Georgetown Times The Brown Leghorn hen lays the smallest and whitest egg and the Brahma lays the largest and brownest eggs the Plymouth Rock coming next A Trimble county man has raised a watermelon 4 5i inches in length 3 feet 8 inches in and weight 58 pounds Harrodsburg Democrat Messrs Walters Board shipped three of to Cincinnati this week for which they paid prices from 425 to 460 per cwt The whole number averaged about 210 pounds It is getting time of year for hogs to be more plenty and for packers to figure on big breaks in prices in this year of wide strong demand for product are a little hard to make upon the basis of what was dene in other years Probably the largest cattle feeder in Kentucky is Jas E Clay On his 4200 acres of land in this county he is feeding 1200 head and has 1200 acres of corn in cultivation which will not feed them longer than Januart first Winchester Democrat People are never mean except thro ignorance That doesnt mean that they do not intentionally do mean and contemptable things but the rule holds good nevertheless They are ignorant of the ill effects it is bound to have upon themselves or they would never indulge in meanness The Cynthiana Democrat tells of a farmer who is such a close calculator that he figured it down to a dot how much loss it would be in the shade of an apple tree to a wheat crop and proved it to be one quart one pint and a fraction and refused to seed his orchard Perry Browning sold to D W Scott and J W Pace the crop of lambs for 1901 from 150 ewes at 5 cents for lambs of G5 Ibs and over to go June 15th to 20th also those of that size to go July 15th to 20th at the same price At the last period the ewes are to be taken at 450 each Scott Pace also take the clip of wool next at 25 cents Winchester Democrat Georgetown Times Mr Leo bought the land of Mr Dan McMil lap 85 acres on the Georgetown and Lexington pike one mile from the corporate limits of Georgetown sold publicly at 84 per acre sales of hogs at 5 per cwt Seed wheat 80 cents per bushel rye 65c export cattle 5 per cwt and scarce mule colts best grade GO to 65 per head stock ewes 4 no 6 The number of Belgian hare in Kentucky is already and rapidly increasing It has been suggested that a State Belgian Hare Club be organized and we second the motion Nothing would do more to further and foster the interests of the industry We would like to the views of the Kentucky breeders on Home At a sheepslaughtering test held in Indianapolis Ind Chas J Gardner of that city broke t he worlds record in that line It took him just 329 to kill and dress ten sheep which made him worlds champion sheep dresser and in a subsequent trial of speed he made away with the half scpre in 3022 still further reducing the mark Georgetown George W Bailey bought of Joe Mallory 15 of corn at 150 per barrel P B Courtney sold a hog weighing about 160 pounds to James Green for 850 James Russell bought of Silas Jones and Robt McCabe 21 yearling steers four averaging 840 lbs at 460 per cwt and the rest averaging 750 lbs at 450 per cwt John V Wool urns sold to T J Burgess two mare mules one at 50 and the other at 2250 the latter an awkward and crooklegged animal Mr Burgess also bought a mare mule from Adams at 33 and Wm Hutchison delivered one to him sold ago at 35 The Louisville Tobacco Market Total sales in this market last were 3066 hhds against 2 515 held corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week 647 hhds against 790 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 339 hhds 23 per cent of the auction sales against 21 per cent the preceding week Of the total sales 1404 hhds were Burley and 1792 were dark has been little change in the market since last week have not shown much good or fine leaf This is not when we consider that the are sell lag so much better relatively than the good grades The whole situation in the Burley market may be summarized by saying that lugs and trash are steady but not very active leaf easy and irregular at the low price quoted colony lugs and trash strong and the supply Home il e er McKinney Possession Scatter anykindcom- mand Stamping county feet circumference fathogs ranging Calculations per lb Thomas fanciers considerable thissubjectFarmers Journal recently TimesMr barrels sometime tobacco Offerings surprising scarceFarmers Journal carloads Mess S Sever hat Turn we There rs eon Allie Daley is very low with con sumption A much needed rain was highly ap preciated in this section Mrs Lurinda Murphy a very aged woman died at her home on Paint Lick creek last Friday A series of meetings began at Buck eye Sunday conduct by the pastor Revs Pike and Kuykindall Towns Chidley was buried at Buck eye cemetery Saturday afternoon af ter a lung illness of consumption The school election went off very quietly at this place Saturday Mr Irvine Simpson was trustee Rev Bevens was sent back to Gunns Chapel by conference Tire people are much pleased to have him back as he is much liked in this community A Monster Devil Fitli Destroying its victim is a type of Constipation The power of this mur derouo malady is felt on organs and nerves and muscles and brain Theres no health till its overcome But Dr Kings New Life Pills are a safe and certain cure Best in the world for Stomach Liver Kidpeys and Bowels Only25c at McRoberts drug store School HoiiKc Dedicated The new school house recently on the site of the old Surber in Wayne township which burned last year was dedicated last Friday Sept 14 An excellent was rendered The welcome was by N C Gray the trustee of Wayne township Dr Hurt Secretary of the State board of health was present and delivered the dedicatory speech in which he out the sanitary conditions of the new building and their benefits The program was interspersed with very appropriate music Mrs Adelos being the organist A bountiful was served Rev Maple of Gus port was present and delivered and This school house is built according to the conditions of the new law for heating ventilating and T L Hensley the jolly director had the building in readiness for the occasion Miss Furr the teacher who is to again take charge of the school this year expressed her gratefulness and that of the district for the of the distinguished visitors and her appreciation of the hearty support given her in her school work for the past two years by both the parents and school officials Owen County Ind Journal The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe F P Frisbie 1m Even if the wind does whistle it is forbearing enough to avoid the airs 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 1m Judging from the size of our gas bills the gasmeter must make both ends mete For sprains swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Pain Balm Try it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Fleshy people would fall off a great deal if they would try bicycling We have seen the frail infant when the faintstruggle for existence seemed almost ended resuscitated and made strong by the use of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents C C Stormes 1m When you have a hair raising tale to tell always spring it on a baldhead ed man When you cannot sleep for it is hardly necessary that should tell you that you need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible It is good Try it For sale bv R E McRob erts druggist 1m Onehalf of mans energy is wasted Only the down strokes count in wood 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 1m Economy is a good thing but it is poor policy to set a hen on one egg to save eggs When you have no appetite do not relish your food and feel 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 Doe It Fayto Buy Cheap A cheap remedy forcoughsand colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer arid 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 Itnot on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C j Stormes ly 6 4 GUNNS rJLtPPEL afternoon elected erected schoolhouse program address pointed dinner invocation lighting presence popular Chamberlains J E coughing anyone chopping impression C C J E Stormes Samples climate introduced expectoration ended j C J E I I I delivered undoubted Reccom of is is Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham Machius Me when the doctors said she could not live till morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who her that fearful night All though she must soon die from Inoti monia but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it had more than once saved her life and haul cured her of Consumption After three small doses she slept easily all night and its further use completely cured her This marvelovs medicine guaranteed to cure and Lung Diseases Only 50c and l Trial bottles free at II E McRoberts drugstore 1m Some people like hens can never find anything where they laid it yes terday In anaemia and most womens the digestion is weak the of color flesh and strength out of food is imperfect so that the patient weak man nervous and dyspeptic This condition can be corrected by taking a course of Herbine Price 50 cents 1m Care will kill a cat but if you dont care bootjack or a gun is just as ef is well to know tfiafc De Witts Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and stop a pain at once It will cure eczema and skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores It is a certain cure for piles Counterfeits may be offered you See that you get the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve F Frisbie 1m It is useless to worry but it is to tell a man that it is useless to worry 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 failed It may be taken in all conditions and cannot help but do you good F P Frisbie All the worlds a lunatic asylum and all the men and women are more or less insane The easiest way to get rid of stumps in the field or meadow is to burn them out Dig a trench around the stumps about two feet wide and 2 or 3 feet deep cut off all projecting roots quite close and remove the soil as well as possible Then leave the stump fur a few days to dry Gather up a lot of dry sticks brush etc and tin up the trench all around and on top of tile stump and set it on tire The stump will be consumed in a day or two Even green stnmps may be burned out in this way although it may require a second or third supply of dry sticks on the fire to accomplish Tire lightningbug shows a light but the potato bug doesnt give the potato any show Neojra III Oct 14 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill Gentlemen I feel it my duty to to you ni3 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 physic ians One insisted upon operating on me declaring nothing short of an op eration for appendicitis would cure me A friend induced me to try Dr Cald wells 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 Syrup Pepsin for I know what it has done for me it will do for others Gratefully yours Charles Curry Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist Some men who fool with a bent pin cant see the point but they feel it just the Itlumler Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skin Best Pile cure on earth Only 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E druggist Here Ve Are The Cincinnati Store Cheapest Plase iata New Store New Goods New Prices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving you people Tile Worth of Your Honey Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me you come to towns STORE A Sunlit of Terror all ThroatChest ailments making C C J E Stormes ticien t- It I has express enjoying sameA Ar- nica Eruptions I I hen B1RGIIN 1 attended 1 C useless reatment We are the sole agents for the KODAK And have on hand a full line supplies such as Films Printing Paper Mounts Flash Powders Etc We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our line Trade where you can get tickets for the 400 to be given away s t t q f r tlfjmWl Wifff1ffjNfI WiffJ r z WJJJffJJ II 11 II I I I I i t i i rT rI JP ris b i e s pbar ac yo i1 II I fjiffiffjff1fJf1iffJlfgffiltJjfiJljJ1lNJIiJJlflllJ WlffJr 000 0 0 0 fjriJllfilfflffJlfilffJ 0 0 lW JjlifjJfglJ lgjJfff JJ1 I ffJ3li1 D4 444K4Q44444o444Q Q4Q44444444-r r r rIr r r EASTMAN red r tip 9 r E Do You Want A NOBBY FALL HATTrrrirraTrrraTnroTrzrraTr If so call on NOEL SISTERS and see what aw0- r Lovely Line of FALL MILLINERY are showingi- rtrirtnrvTrtnnnrsirtnrt Such stylish hats and such reasonable prices i s what everyone said Opening Day Give us a call I I I I I Ve i I I I 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 I I 0 I 0 0 0 0 I I I I I I I 1 I I L o0dd00000000060004040000000000000406000864040 s000444dD04000000000004000b080000 00000000400000000000000000061A00oo ooaooooooooooaooosoooaooaaoo + CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT II igoo people Mrs John Baughman is in Lexing ton visiting her aunt Mrs Hayden Mr Joe Faulconer has accepted a position with II M Ballon Co Attorney G Bright Swinebroad was in Lebanon the past week on busi nessMiss Alberta Hilton of Brodhead has accepted a position in R II Bat sons dry goods Mr Jesse I Arnold has been confin ed to his lied by an attack of typhoid fever lie is improving now The Baptist Society will next Saturday afternoon at with Mrs J W Puniphrey Danville street Mr J E is attending a meeting of the State Board of Pliar at Somerset He is expected home tonight Lee Ball the accommodating ex press man who has been laid up by typhoid fever is much better and will be out in a few days Miss Annie Noel who has been spending several weeks in this city returned to Danville Monday very much improved in health Ml Vernon Signal Mrs W T Short accompanied by her son Ed went to Gilberts Creek Monday night to attend the burial of her nephew Hirani M Powell Miss Kate Walker who has been visiting her niece Mrs R A Burn side will return Friday to her home in Lexington Her nephew Louis Landram will accompany her Mrs M D Hughes has returned from a pleasant visit to her son of Louisville While in the she was shown all the new styles of dress making and is strictly up to date in the art Governor J Crepps Vickliffe Beck ham and Miss Jean Fuqua of Owens boro will be united in marriage at the latter city on Wednesday Nov 21st Miss Fuqua is the beautiful daughter of Mr Joseph A Fuqua and a young woman with many accomplishments To The Ladies We are now ready to show you our Fall stock of the Handsomest Millinery Ever displayed in Central Kentucky We exercised great care in selecting these goods and they are the test Patterns to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect Sallle D Tillett 1 oooooooooooooooooooo Storm s mac Robert cit charming Vcry 1 roaooo oooo oooooooooaaoooooooost 00400ooooraooo store- meet 1 I gifted r 1 f I 3t r 1 Charles Frisbie was in Louisville on a business trip James Smith is at home again after a few days visit to Louisville Mrs Francis of Stanford is her sister Miss Mary Leavcll Will West is in Knoxville this week playing clarinet with the London band Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned from several weeks visit to relatives in Danville Mrs Thos Browning and children of Lexington are guests of Mr John Anderson and family T W Reid is is in Louisville this week representing the local lodge in the Odd Fellows grand lodge Miss Lyne Letcher a pretty lien derson belle is spending several days with Mason and family Miss Katharine Dooley who is a nurse at Coliege Hill Sanitarium is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs DMr J Joseph left Tuesday night to attend the meeting of the Masonic grand lodge which is in session in Louisville Misses Sallie Tillett Fannie Slit gars and Nannie Gaines have been on the sick list but reported very much better Mesdames R A Burnside Louis Landram Misses Kate Walker and Bertha Burnside spent Monday with Mrs Will Lackey near McCreary Mr John Shea who has been some weeks with his friend Mr John Donahue was in town this week looking much improved in health Mrs Samuel Woldridge and daughter Miss Mary Harvey of Denver Col are expected this week to visit 31 r T W Reid and wife J Herbert Ivinnaird leaves today for Birmingham to accept a position with the L N railroad Herbert is a moral young man one beloved by all who know him A pretty girl baby made her at the residence of Mr and Mrs Victor Lear last week We asked Victor the name but he was in such a hurry to get back and see the little lady that he never answered The engagement of Miss May me Wilson Carpenter and Mr Robert L Salter is announced The wedding will take place at the home of the bride in Danville the latter part of November The groom is well known in Lancaster and Garrard county Danville News Mr and Mrs Geo Robinson of Lancaster were in this city Wednesday shopping Mr Wm Hamilton Garrard countys circuit clerk was in Danville yesterday Mrs Dr Bush and daughter Miss Eu genia and Miss Jennie Burnside of Lancaster were down Thursdaylook ing over the merchants goods lk The many friends of that grand old gentleman Col John W Poor will regret to learn that he has been quite ill for several days and was forced to undergo an operation He is much better we are glad to note and his physician thinks will be out in a few days There is not a man in Garrard county who has done more favors for his fellow man than has Col Poorand no one enjoys greater confidence from the people than he does THE speak of Col Poor as it once did of the lamented Dr Dave Logan You dont have to wait til he dies to say good things about him I visiting Ir Yon Dooly arc spending charming appearance RECORD 8 can fcOCAfc Secure a seat theSchumann con cert Miss Caborn the soprano has a very sweet voice clear and flexible her trills delighted the audience her ex pression was excellent and her vocal selections Times Florence S To Natural Bridge A speciat train will pass through Lancaster at 822 a in for Natural Bridge Ky on Sunday October 7th and 21st 150 for round trip tickets good to return the same day train leaves Natural Bridge at 530 p m tf SiicccMHftil Operation It will be gratifying news to his Lancaster friends to learn that the operation on Dr J Lapsley McKees eye was successfully performed at last week He is at his daugh ters in Oxford Ohio and thinks he will soon be able to return and resume his work here I am better prepared than ever be fore to show you the most elegant line of Woolens ever brought to Lancaster as I have over 2000 large Samples for you to select from and as I have jnst had my onice refitted and prepared 1 will ask you to call and see me before you buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat J C HEMIIIILL First Claws Meats We are prepared to serve the people of Lancaster with the very best meat All our stock is the very best and when you give us an order you can rest assured that you will receive meats that you will enjoy Give us a trial order We guarantee Shop adjoining new hotel Square J R Payne tf As Lancaster has no local tailor now I will say to those who have been buy fog from the local tailor that if they will give me their order for a suit or overcoat from The Royal Tailors of Chicago I will guarantee to give them the same satisfactionHhat they have gotten from their local tailor or it will cost them nothing and at prices much cheaper than they have been buying J C IlE3irniLL Do you need a drill If you do ask anyone who has used a Superior Di sc Drill and they will tell you it is the best How about a Disc harrow Have you seen the new Superior Disc Harrow on wheels Come and look at one before you buy and you will have no other We sell the Owensboro wagon the best wagon made Sold under an absolute guarantee J R Haselden Improvmcuts at GrccHlioueto Mr Heberling the gentlemanly manager of the Lancaster Green Houses has just put in a large boiler and heating plant which will keep all the houses at the proper temperature through the winter It required many feet of iron pipes but the work iscom plete and it makes one of the most complete arrangements in Central Kentucky Mr Heberling is prepared to keep flowers through the winter and will take them at reasonable rates See him and secure space for your flowers IcrkliiBEttbaiikM The following notice was prepared for the last issue but was mislaid The marriage of Miss Jennie Perkins and Mr J L Eubanks was solemniz ed at the residence of the brides par ents near Marksbury Wednesday morning at ten oclock The ceremo ny was said by Eld J L Allen of Danville Immediately after the cer emony Mr and Mrs Eubanks left for a bridal tour through Indiana The bride is the daughter of Mr Nixon Perkins one of Garrards most and substantial farmers quite a handsome and pretty young lady and has many accomplishments Mr Eubanks residas in the Hubble neighborhood and is a farmer of fine prospects He is a man of exemplary habits and will make the woman of his choice a good husband r loooo o 00 00 0 ooJOOoO pleasingDaily Returning Cincinnati satisfaction Public prominent congratulationsto P00000000004000000000A0 0Re 0 4004000000040 oo for many Sheds TILE REC Y a To The Trade I desire to state that after three months hard work I have been able to secure a FIUSTCLASS LINE OF MEUCHANT TAILORING from which- I can make you a SUIT or an OVERCOAT for the LOW PRICE OF TEN DOLLARS Now this is no READY STUFF but STRICTLY MERCHANT TAILORING made to your INDIVIDUAL MEASURE and a PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED IN EVERY CASE Come and see this line before buying J C HEMPHILL The I a st Warning Dont buy cheap coal and loose your soul And all the time be fussing But buy Red Ash and pay the stop the cook from cussing Or buy Blue Gem the storms to stem And save all further losses Dont cough and sneeze and sit and But buy your coal at ocll4t JOHN C MOSSES The people should not be too hasty and censure the Marshal for the exist ence of so many tigers in Lancaster TIlE RECORD knows of a number of cases where Mr Pearce would make arrests get witnesses and a jury would find the accused hot guilty Its well enough to probe to the bottom of this matter If the people will come to the front and back the officer up a much better state of affairs will be secured When a case is tried the temperance people should take an interest in its progress and show their presence that they mean for evil to be stamped out Telephone Meeting Messrs A H Bastin vice president and Jas secretary left morning for the meeting of the Independent Telephone Companies now being held at Winchester The work being done by these companies is of great interest to the public They are attempting to perfect a thorough organization of the different in Kentucky build firstclass lines and thus give the people a complete and uptodate service all over the state Most all of the companies are together but a few small ones and it is thought these will join the proces ion at the Winchester meeting Mess rs Bastin and Maret are entitled to much praise for their untiring work for better service A full report of the meeting will be given in next A dog can say more with his tail in a minute than the average man can express with his tongue in a month JADE sh- An freeze this Tuesday companies issue aretDi All are Pleased Our work is done accor ding to scientific princi pIes PRICES Teeth Extracted 25cts Harvard white filling 75cts Finest alloy filling 75cts Finest Gold filling 150 Teeth treated and root filled 100 Fine Gold teeth 750 The finest set of artificial teeth 550 Crooked Teeth in Children made perfectly straight All Work GUARANTEED DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night Lo Building I Y LIST Of CLAIMS Allowed a t the October Term Court of Claims Oct 2 1900 Arnold Jim 6 days hauling Arnold II C 1 day hauling 1 50 same locust posts Anderson W P 4days haulg G 00 Archer Samp comr 1 day 1 50 Armstrong Dr T C account 17 00 Bogie W M i day hauling 75 Boner Jno C 2 days hauling 3 00 Burdett Grant 4 da haulg I 00 Bentley Ebb G days haulg 9 00 Baker W T 2 days haulg 3 75 Blakeman Cal 4 da haulg G 00 Baker Elijah damages assed 7500 Burnside J G comr 1 day Batson H W acct 15 00 Burnside R A acct 53 55 Cotton Sam 3 day hauling 4 OQ Casey Burt 12 rod of rock 9 00 Connor G W 5 da haulg 8 25 Conn John G da haulg 9 00 Conn Tom 6 da haulg Curtis John 2i da haulg 3 75 Clark Franck 1 da haulg 1 50 Clark Ed 1 day haulg 1 50 County Judge 900 00 County Attorney GOO 00 County Supt 550 00 Dean Jno A 4 da haulg 0 00 Dean Nelson 4 da haulg G 00 Davidson L 1 da haulg 1 50 Davis John 4 da haulg G 00 Duncan J M ex officio 75 no Dunn JX acct Dunn J II comtee work 3G 00 Edgington II F 5 da haulg 7 50 Estis Ship acct Elliott Dr Me acct 10 00 Fain W B G da haulg 9 00 Folger FrankG da haulg Green John G da haulg 9 00 Gooch VVm 1 da comr 1 50 Henry If da haulg 2 25 Hoskins Clint G da haulg 9 00 Iligglnbotham J M 3 da haulg 4 50 same acct Hardin Sam 3 da haulg 4 50 Hackley Poor acct 7 50 Ilardin 0 J acct 100 Hiatt Wm 1 da haulg 1 50 Hogan W J acct 17 55 Haselden J R acct 53 71 Hurt Smith 3 da haulg G 00 Joseph Jake acct 5 75 Lear Victor 1 da haulg 1 50 Lamb Tom 1 da haulg 1 50 Moss S W 1 day haulg 1 50 McCulley G days haulg 9 00 Moberley Wm 1 da haulg 1 50 McQuerry 6 da haulg 9 00 Marsee Joel 6 da haulg 9 00 Mason Less 6 da haulg 9 00 Moberley I C damages assed 50 00 Morrow E W attending clock 25 00 McRoberts R E acct 7 80 Myers J M comtte work 18 00 Mason Hamilton acct 4 25 Mays DrN acct 1300 Ilayler A G da hauling 9 00 Noel R A comtee work w 3G 00 same acct 20 50 Price Hardin 6 da haulg 9 00 Prewitt G M damages assed 40 00 Prewitt Dave damages assed 30 00 Pumphrey J W making asses sors books 1 00 Parson R F comtee work 33 00 Pearce Jim acct 4 00 Rogers Levi 2 da haulg 3 00 Ross Dave acct 338 90 Robinson J C acct 6 10 Sebastian J J 1 da haulg 1 50 Swope Dave 4 da hauling 6 00 Saddler Allen 1 da haulg 1 50 Sebastian Asby 2 da haulg 3 00 Sebastian Leslie 3 da haulg 4 50 Saunders acct same ex officio Turner Floyd 31 da haulg 5 25 Tschantz Rudolph 1 da haulg 1 50 Teator Harve 5 da haulg 7 50 son Snec d 6 da haulg 9 00 Traylor Dr G A acct 12 00 Woolwine Mike 1 da haulg l 50 Wesley Dr I S acct 5 00 To pay which the Sheriff of Garrard County is hereby directed to collect from each male inhabitant over the age of 21 years A Poll Tax of 150 Att JNO DUNCAN Clk G 00 3 00 1 50 9 00 5 73 2 00 9 00 eo 54 80 H eo eo eo eo J B 109 26 i5 00 S Creel C Thom r Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand s o o sz s i DRUG STORE GO TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate to 1 25 L3XLARH V STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND lujiDRms 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 A IST T IE ID 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 OO OOOOOO I I I I STORE FOR I Stationery reduced WU RUGS DRUGGISTS r OOOOOOOOO r Y AT- C s 4 ooooocoo ooooo 4 S n When the fail to off the waste material from the system there is an abnormal matter which poisons and the blood and it becomes sour and acidThis poison is carried through the general circulation to all of the and reachingthe skin surface there is a and eruption and by certain peculiarities we recognizeTetter Acne Salt Rheum Psoriasis and other troubles more or less severeWhile the skin is the seat of irritation the real disease is in the blood Medicated lotions andpowders the and burning but never cure no matter how long and faithfullycontinued and condition is often aggravated and skin permanently injured by their use Skinexcretoryorgans J mw DiseaSes czema allay Tie BHD sino deep Be entire circulation is poisoned The preparations of arsenic mercury potash etc not ouly do not cure skin diseases but soon ruin the digestionmId break constitution- S S S natures own remedy made of roots herbs and barks of great purifying and tonical properties quickly andeffectually cures blood and troubles because it goe tirect to the root of and restores normalaction to the different organs cleanses and the blood and thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretionsC C c t t 1 j r iit i i r fs more cures permanently because leaves none the in I Ells se rrkni Quoted Returned Delegate I made two speeches at the convention Did you see me quoted I saw by one of the papers that a lot of you were sell ing at 000 Y Weekly Sure Tli 1 11 KT Edith I would be willing to marry would I Such men as that almost always come of rich and influential families Puck It Moxt Prominent Feature My exclaimed the first little boy at the zoo indicating a swan upon the lake I wonder what kind of a bird that is house mistress Look at all the neck its got Philadelphia Press KiMnin In Japan Kissing is almost unknown in Japan mother never kisses her child a lover never kisses his sweet heart X i World ConstituentYes apieceN capableEthelSo repliedthe F tI Healthy blood is necessary to preserve 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FUN Paris Millionaire for Eleven Year Robbed Simply aa an Amusement Chicago detectives may as well be gin to study the face and deeds of Au gust FeXrot Paris man of fashion and expert burglar who has declared his intention of coming to America to do a little professional work The police of Paris claim that this same Mr Fevrot Is the prize catch of years and they are correspondingly happy Whatever his claim of medals and other indications of excellence in his chosen line the French prisoner certainly is one of the most criminals in the annals of law breakers The hypothetical case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is not strange as this case of M Fevrot says the Chicago Tribune Fevrot who was arrested by the Paris police a few days ago along with some of his pals and only after a fight in which one of the detectives was killed is now 30 years old but he has been leading his dual life of bur jlar and society favorite for 11 jears His first burglary was committed be fore he was 20 and he has been at it ever since many times experiencing hairbreadth escapes many times his partners in crime taken but never has there been a suspicion that the dashing wealthy educated mud charming young M Fevrot was not what he appeared to his fashionable friendsSince the game is up with if Fevrot for the time being and it is to be a short time as he says he has taken his imprisonment philosophically and has talked freely of his past life to his story he began the lift of a criminal purely through love of ex citement and adventure He is a son of a millionaire was reared like most young Frenchmen of his class and gave no promise that he would ever do anything remarkable But he loved excitement and he found it when by mistake he was taken in with a gang of young burglars and was permitted to accompany them on a raid The raid was a failure but it was exciting and from that time the young man was a burglar and an expert He showed his young companions they failed and later on he led them against the same safe and they made a job The young mans three years service in the army prevented him from taking as active an interest in burglary as he had before but he managed to keep in touch with his old friends in the pro fession and did much of their planning for them Several times under his di rection the regimental treasury was looted And he still maintained his leadership over his men At one time after he left the army he had as many as 60 burglars working under his or ders a number which was too large because of its unwiediness and the petty jealousies of the men A gang of ten or twelve he considered about the proper size for the most efficient work This strange prisoner explains his hold upon the criminals who have worked with and under him so many years never once letting out a hint that the society youth was their leader by his generosity Being rich he had no inducement to haggle with his companions over the plunder Much of his gains he gave away to the widows of dead burglars or applied to the support of women whose husbands were doing time SLOW COUNTING OF VOTES Methods of Determining Contest In Ilrltlsb House of Common A twominute sandglass is turned bells angle all over the palace of West minster the members rush for the chamber and all those who arrive be forethe two minutes can divide and those upon whom the doors are shut are shut out and cannot vote at all says a writer in the Saturday Evening Post of elections in time British When the doors are closed the peaker puts the question again de clares the yeas have it and if there is again a shout that the nays have it the speaker says Yeas to the right and nays to the left and the members go trooping out of either end of the hall into the lobbies those in the affirmative by the door behind the speaker and those in the negative by the door at the opposite end of the chamber- In the lobbies the members from A to M pass on one side of the desk hav ing their names recorded and those from N to Z pass on the other side of the desk and are recorded As members return to the chamber the tellers for and against one on each side count them in concert This takes about minutes but a division when the house is full takes 20 minutes or more The first announcement made is by the clerk handing to the winning teller the vote which shows he has won The par ticulars come later The fiscal announcement is made by the speaker Yeas to the right 200 nays to the left 100 A count by yeaa and nays with us takes half an hour or more because each member has his called and responds viva voce Those who did not vote the first tima rc called unon aimin e- RICH I remarkable sop seeing According successful whIs- pered A tlquftted commons tense name n why j THE LETTER CHAIN SCHEME Amazing Magnitude Of the Involved If the Thing Shonld Work Talk of reviving the old chainletter scheme for use during the presidential campaign raises the question what it would mean if one of the chains could be extended without a break to its ideal end Of course that would be impossible for long before it would have reached its end it would have used up all the visible supply of postage stamps paper ink pens and human beings Few persons realize this however and a few calculations based on the ideal conclusion will amaze by the magnitude of the fig ures involved says the Chicago Daily News Almost every chainletter plan each recipient of a letter to write to three of his friends urging upon each to follow some particular course of action and to continue the chain by writing to each of his friends a similar letter Each letter is to be numbered according to its position in the chain from one 50 For some inscrutable reason 50 is usually chosen as the number where the chain breaks off Thus the sending the original letter would number his own one and the three he sends two The third series would be numbered three and so on up to 50 If every recipient of a letter from one to 50 were to obey by writing three letters the total number of letters written would be 3200000000000000000000 an in conceivable sum A mile is 5280 feet or 63360 inches long A postage stamp is one inch long Three septillions two hundred sextillions of them would make a string 50000000000000000 miles long or twice the distance from time earth to some of the far constella tions of the milky way As a square mile has 4014489600 square inches in it or room for about 5000000000 postage stamps on it the postage stamps needed for the total number of letters would cover 040000000000 square miles or a surface equal to that of the earth and all the planets of the solar system Piled 320 deep the stamps would cover the earths surface which is in the of 2000000000 square miles If Lake Michigan were made of mucilage there would hardly be enough gum stickum in it to make the stamps If the earth were made of paper there would be barely enough paper for the stamps envelopes and paper needed for the 3200000000 000000000000 letters All the gold mined by man since the beginning of time would not pay for the stamps at two cents each In fact the sum total of the value of all wealth produced in the history of man would not equal the Bum of the value of the stamps Any lad who ure that out and can make mnny In teresting calculations on the basis of doubling and trebling figures one after the other The problem is something like that told in the fable of the crafty lover and the old king which is as follows 0 king pleaded the ardent lover after the great potentate had refused him his daughters hand grant me I prithee one boon ere thou banish me from thy kingdom nevermore to behold my ndored princess Name thy boon demanded the s old king testily It is that thou wilt give me one grain of wheat from thy storehouse for the first square of the 64 on a chessboard two for the second four for the third and so on doubling the number of grains for each sue passive square and promise me thy daughters hand if thou fullest to give me the grains declared the suitor Thy boon is his majesty with a wave of his scepter and my kingly word is pledged Be gone When the royal keeper of the found that it would take more wheat than had been raised on earth since the great pyramids were reared on the banks of the Nile he told the king who to redeem his word gave his daughter to the young man who had won her by so sly a bargain Vh R the San Coes Down fn Turkey the disappearnce pf the sup at night is accounted for by t the periodical retirement of that pious luminary for prayers and re ligious reflection Chicago icle Cold Steel or Death There is but one small chance to save and that Is through an operation was the awful prospect set before Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis by her doctor after vain ly trying to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice He didnt count on the marvellous power of Electric Bitters to cure Stomach and Liver troubles but she heard of it took seven bottles was wholly cured avoided surgeons knife now weighs more and feels bet ter than ever Its positively guar anteed to cure Stomach Liver and disappointsPrice store er If you would know what the wild waves are saying study the handker chief flirtation code Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the civ thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form ofto fhake you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C C J E Stormei pjf 1 2 Ir rca requires supposed person instructions neighborhood adhere lms learned the elementry principles ot multiplication and division can fig grantedspake to granaries w- In your lIfe largest grandmothers actionvous and organic action of the system Figs Fur t1iiron dom the she at G to b The all and gins WIT AND WISDOM He who complains of his medicine is not anxious to be cured Rams Horn The lawyer and the tailor are alike in one respect they both spend a great deal of time in pressing suits Phila delphia Call Wise is the man who is attentive to what is going on in his own house but blind to what occurs in the house of his neighbor Chicago Daily NewS Had a Right To Cable Car Gripman to conductor Look out Jim they say an old man just fell off at the rear Conductor ringing up Thats right He paid his fare Stray Sto ries The Magician Xow allow me to sir If a man holds five aces and there are only four in the pack that would be magic Amber Pete It would be suicide in these parts X O Too Fastidious And may I ask you why you left your last place Certainly mem Its nothin Im ashamed of You see I was in the habit leavin my bisickle in the kitchen ovec night an the family objected to th smell of rubber tire in th vittles Cleveland Plain Dealer At the Resort Minnie writing a let ter And oh Annie there are lots men here Ive seen three this very day Xettie But that isnt true you know We saw only two Annie Three including the scarecrow field In a case of this kind you we must take advantage of all our re sources Bosion Transcript Youthful Strategy Jones See those boys throwing one of their num her into the water And he doesnt seem to mind it a bit Jima Of course not His mother told him not to go in the water and hes having his gang throw him in so he can tell her a whole lot o bad boys got hold of him and threw him in Stray Stories Smokers Among Knlera of Men With King Humbert disappears one of the last great smokers among heads of states Now there remain onl as passionate smokers Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria and Oom Paul The new king of Italy does not smoke the czar occasionally smokes a cigarette the kings of Greece of Roumania of Sweden of Denmark the prince of Bulgaria and Emperor William snidke now a cigar now a cigarette but very irregu larly They are what may be termed Sunday Cri de Paris What She Wanted to Know My dear child you really should not eat your pudding so quickly Why not mamma Because it is dairgerous knew a little boy about your age who was eating pudding so quickly that he died before he had finished it And what did they do with the rest of his pudding mamma N Y World SOCIETY Army of Cuiuberlaiula Chickamauga The Army of the Cumberland will meet at Chattanooga October Sll1900 At the same time a of 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 will be made locations of tablets and monuments discussed and points of interest visited Mass meetings and meetings of the various cl ties attending will be held Every of 1863 or of 1898 to this memorable meeting ChickamaugaHALF Bound trip tickets Que n Crescent Route from Cin cinnati and North Oct 8th and 9th good to return Oct 13th One Fare round Write to W C Tlinearson P A Cincinnati He will give you full particulars and send you free printed matter PUBLIC SALE LAND and STOCK Having met with the sad misfortune of los dear wife I have decided to otTer thefollowing property for sale at public outcry to best bidder on Thursday Oct 11 1900 Oce tract of land lying in Garrard countyKy on tile turnpike 3 2 miles north of Lancaster US acres same be offered in two tracts or as n whole All set in grass SOucres of tobac co land well watered and improved good dwelling with G rooms stock 42x90 feet outbuildings as house on corner above a good farm for stock or cultlvn tion Also two other tracts of land containing about j1 acres each to he offered ate and as whole Tenant house and small barn on one tract The other has good 5room tenant house barn round and other outbuildings Tins tract is grass and spriugs I will also at same time and place otTer the following property Six ricks and about 25000 pounds of to bacco that cant be beaten all in well handled 10 good milk cows 4 tIne red shorthorn bull 2 dry cows 5 good steer calYeS 1 heifer calf I tine ayr old bull 54 head and 2 old cattle home raised 65 good southdown ewes bred to two 31 hogs 2 tine jennets in foal4 wprk mules a nice mules brood mares 1 filly coltS fine combined horses four seven years old 2 fancy combined mtires four to seven 1 good new Deeriug mower good as new I Superior disc t 1 discnarrow as new other harrows 1 new Studebaker 1 buggy Plows Rearsother implements too numerous to men Hun and kitchen furnitureTerms made known on day of sale Sale be at 930 oclock A 1 Taken Up As Estray Throe weather sheep one black and two white Came to my place about July 28 Own have same proving property andpaying expenses 4 W Your Time To Visit The Pacific Coast three weeks on sale via Great Northern Railway Sept 4 and 18 Oct 1 and 16 Inquire the railway ticket agent write P I WHITNEY Qenl Pass and Tkt Agt i St Paul Minn of A J by explain Time Democrnt toof smokersLe Ionce good newSchool Is In 9 t tin fl as uul J1 ADAMS can J ADAMS NowIs Cheap excursion tickets good for r goo wat stac kit y meetir uld e cco d cures south loan F BI Cheap PannFor Sale As of the National Bunk of Ky The Farmers National Bunk of Uieliinond J E Stormed and J W Ioor I will sell at It bargain i farm of IS acres adjoining theK H Walker There a two room house on the place the land is all in grass Terms apply to th undersigned or to K H Walker near the day ofSeptember 1JUO ALEX K DIN V P s I have 2 or 3 nice jersey cows and calves for sale A It U1 Sept It For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or les lug in the forks of the Ulchmond and Uoppu Creek pikes in Garrard county 3 miles from 1aint Lick de with nice cottage cud necessary out with good trout and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A U or Jas N Denny Point Leuvell or with me at Rich monO Fine Farm For Sale lucres situated 1 4 miles south of vllle There is u splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good barn Ice house granary autl all other necessary out buildings Neverfailing water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place is well suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to churches and good school reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange IIEXRY KUHIMANX 920 tf Bryantsville Ky Farm For Rent I will rent for the ensuing year my farm containing acres situated one mile west of Preacheraville JO acres to be put in wheat 15 for corn s in meadow and remainder in grass Good dwelling on place never failing water good fencing and all necessary outbuildings all in good repair Possession glen at once For further particulars apply to W I1 White 1reachersville or A H Bastin Lancaster MRS MAGGIE T HOBBS ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING I Done on short notice foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinson hardware store R 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days ago Owner can get same paying for this advertisement and damage done Jno R Hill Lancas ter Ky sep133tw I G all I I This Mh allpot It W K 28 junetry I will sell privately turin containing i2 ofGood 0 5room OCCOQIIOOOOOOOCCOOOOOOOCOOOO I I I I I I I Our new I I I J Collier I I COO coocc co oooooo Aetna LifO Ins Go of llfforLiUUll l I I a t gent Lanes l ings DE my liry mats I 1B oo44 i I I lZ J3D 18SJJ UFLAXOABTEKKY Capital Surplus Fund 10000 BUSINESS SOIICITJE1 Careful unit PromptAttention Guaranteed J K HIGGINBOTHAM Piealden Lswia Y LEAVKLL VlcePrealdent B F HCDHON CaahleJ W O RIOSEY Assistant WALKER Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHlQSINBOTHAM LEWIS Y LSAVSLI TM ARNOLD B F HUDSON LOCAL H SoutUbiirt Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 A v Northbnd Mixed p yt Northbnd Passgr S VAMSouth bud 12 iS CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time in efet 15 1500 STATIONS LvLouisviUe Lex gt ii iim pm I5Ma HI 8 S lam 558pm Winchester Tan 9 ISpmi s 7 li4itnn 1 D l m lt5amj7Hiini 4Upm LvNewVurU MiOanr 5Upin Philadelphia 10 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