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KlVEVr5l VIJAIt Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ey as Second Clots Matter NUMBER 29 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1900 ONE DOLLVR A YEAR f tnttnttot 4x heF Follow the Finger of Satisfaction and Youll Land Here as Certain as Fate We are ready to supply your wants fog anything you need in our line for Fall and Winter wear such as and Items INDUCEMENTS To Trade Here Courteous Treatm en Prompt Service Posi tive Satisfaction and a saving of from 15 to to 25 per cent Jry goods Co 1 JUDGMENT Paints This Way l Gen1 Dry Goods Dress Goods French Flannel Outing Flannels Blankets Curtains Hosiery Underwear Slirts Carpets Rugs J r J i Shoes ClothingHats Gaps Shirts BootsOvercoats Many Other The Logan 1 Comforts Jackets Capes Trunks Neckwear r j fcANCASTGR AND VICINITyroooooooo 1 Ieeeeeaoooooyeooeaoeooeeoeaoee eoeoceeooeeeoooeooooaoooooeo Pay us Monday Hear the Shumann Concert night We sell V J G If you want good job work at figures call at THE RECOUD ollice W A Morrow will speak on behalf of the republican ticket at the Court House court day at one oclock I have a nice room in my residence to rent Apply at once to Miss Lena Bright tf They must go So and make your selection of a surrey or a road wagon horns f etc at Conns Carriage shop Just received a car load of Prime Cypress Shingles our prices be fore buying We keep Lime and on hand at all times J S MINOR Sox Col Patterson Underwood bought of Dave Prewitt the hitters farm near Iledgevillc The farm contains 112 acres of good land Price paid 88000 cash We call attention to the ad in TIlE RECORD ot the old nursery of II F Ilillenmeycr Lexington This is the most widely known and best house in Kentucky and if you want firstclass goods at reasonable prices we advise you to give him your order I Reception to minister The reception given by the ladies of the Baptist church to Rev and Mrs Friday evening was largely attended and enjoyed very much Re freshments were served and the time spent in pleasant conversation Those who have heard Rev Wolford speak highly of him and are delighted with his sermons The Contest The contest to be held in this city Thanksgiving night promises to be the liveliest ever held here Repre sentatives from all the schools in Oar rartl county will participate The Print Lick band will furnish music First prize will be a gold medal and second prize a silver medal A Practical Iaintcr Hugh Campbell a colored painter formerly of Louisville has located in is prepared to do first class work in his line He is a practi cal painter having studied the trade in all its branches lie does no botch work and guarantees satisfaction Orders left with Milton Sneed will be promptly answered Keep off The Cars A little negro had an arm cut off by a train at Stanford This reminds us that if not done to keep the lids off the trains at Lancaster some of them will be ground into mince meat and the railroad com pany censured for somthing it could not prevent Some eight or ten boys keep the brakemen busy swearing every time a train comes ItlUMt Pay on Bank Stock City Collector Pearce tells THEREC OHD that all owners of bank stock in Lancaster banks will have to pay tax es on same no matter where the If you own stock in a local bank and live in Jerusalem you will have to pay town taxes thereon just the same as if you live in the town This has been settled by the courts so pony up No Poultry Show Thin Year The Sicholasville Journal is infor med by W S Ilendren secretary of the Bluegrass Poultry Association ISicholasville that there will be no chikken show this year Lack of in terest on the part of the breeders is attributed as the cause The annual exhibition of the association have been a source of much pleasure to lo cal chicken fanciers and the Journal is surprised that the interest hereto fore exhibited should be allowed to wane Information Wanted The local postmaster has received a letter from D W Adrain Longview Texas asking information as his broth er who was a lieutenant in Co G 5th Mississippi regt Army of the Lieut Adrain was in the battle of Perryville and came through Lancas ter in Braggs retreat He was sick and stopped at the house of some citi zen in or near town He was attend ed by a Lancaster doctor but the name is not now remembered He had with him at the time 200 or 300 in Confederate money his sword and a small satchel He was buried either in Lancaster or near there If any of the older citizens remember any thing connected with this case they will confer a great favor by writing to D W Adrain Longview Texas i Saturday T reasonable c 1 u y get Cement Land Sale elsewhere reliable Wolf rd is owners live nn Ja ALackP Big Land r Tg I County court day Monday New line Cut Glass and Sterling Silver pieces at Thompsons Many seats have been sold for the Schumann concert Saturday Have you read H rdingx Riehms ad on another pag jjXDont fail to read it Come in to today and select you a heating stove from the largest line in town J R Haselden With two places to hear the election returns there will be no cause for tearing your hair over how the has resulted Mr Bastin has put in a new toll board for his long lines which greatly facilitates the telephone business An extra operator to run it has been in stalled Now is the time to a buggy or road wagon We are overstocked and do to carry them through the winter W1 Col Colfton Today Col David G Colson will speak at the Court House this Thursday after noon at one oclock Everybody es pecially the ladies invited to hear him Dr McKee Sunday Dr McKee has sufficiently recovered from the operation performed on his eye to preach at the church next Sunday He will fill his appointment both morning and even About It McCarty In a neighboring town Nicholas vine we believe an editor went to church but was promptly fired for sinking in voice during the of a familiar hymn the following re wised words Let every kindred tribe on this terrestrial ball their dollars and subscribe and well receipt for all The Banner Subscriber In ordering his copy of THE REO OUD changed to Ada Indian Territo ry our friend Mr J T Conn sent a five dollar bill which marks his paper up to 1104 If all subscribers would come up to the trough like this we could send out a paper as big as the New York World Republican Elector In Garrard lion J T McClintockof Richmond republican elector for this district was in town Tuesday and made THE RECORD a pleasant call He spoke at Buckeye that afternoon and went from here to Lincoln and Rockcastle counties He was accompanied by Mr Tom E Adams editor of the breezy Richmond Pantagraph Death in Atlanta Many Lancaster friends of Mr S Elkin regret to learn of the death of his wife in that city last week Mrs Elkin visited in Lancaster oral times and mode many friends among the people Mr Elkin is a son of Capt T A Elkin and moved from Lancaster several years ago He has much sympathy in his great A Good Idea At the November election the of Danville will vote on a to isse 25000 bonds to construct a sewer system They are hustling citizens over there and the will carry with a whoop Our hustling neighbor certainly keeps up with the times and a moss back stands about as much show over there as does a snowball in perdition A Great Treat Lancaster music lovers will have an opportunity Saturday night of hear ing one of the highest class organiza tionson the road The Schuman Con cert Co has been engaged for one night only and will give a concert worth many times the price of admis sion To be sure of a seat have one reserved at McRoberts drug store Prices 35 50 75c Board of Pharmacy Somerset Journal The annual meeting of the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy consisting of C Porter Somerset Secretary J W Gayle Frankfort Addison Dimmitt C Lewis Deihl Louisville and J E Stormes Lancaster was in session here this week The quarterly exam inations were conducted also at this meeting President Porter gave tl o Board a days fishing on Cumberland river during the session which they thoroughly enjoyed The Board ad journed after days a candidates were examined for regis ration The following officers were elected for the ensuing year Presi dent C Lewis Diehl Louisville Sec retary J W Gayle Frankfort Treas urer J E Stormes Lancaster Ex amining Committee C Lewis Delhi E L Peck and A Dimmitt Inspec tion Committee A Dimmitt and J E Stormes j t t ni ht election surrey op want r Romans a loud ever put- down William se bereavement citizens proposition proposition C cheap inflow brigand President- S two session Ei x 1 t t g Call and see orfj1 organs in E W Harris open evenings Dr Jas Lapsley of Danville preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday Best accommodations by Nicholas ville Stage Line RICE BKNGE If you are in need of furniture go A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money The Lancaster boys will play toot ball with the Danville Hogsett in this city Friday afternoon On and after October 4 I will have 200000 Brick for sale sep273t R M Dillehay The Chute is getting dusty paired at Conns Carriage Shop The Chute was as quiet as a Saturday night Dee read the riot act to the denizens and they took him at his Plain gold between Hiattsville and Silver Creek Initials H W R on inside Reward for return to Wilson Rice Marksbury Ky We have started our Flouring Mills Bring us your wheat and we will guar antee satisfaction We now re ceiving wheat on deposit Call and see us J S Minor Son Clay Hamilton and George Smith have made arrangements to run wires to the Court House on night of the electron and will receive all the latest returns from all over the country Admission 25cts Blackburn in Lancaster Senator Joe Blackburn will speak at the Court House in Lancaster next Monday court day at ten oclock in the morning The Senator has many warm friends here and will be given quite an ovation Reward for Deserving Man Show Anderson a reliable honest colored man has just been granted a pension at rate of 812 per month He gets several hundred dollars back pay which will come in good place as he has been sick for a long time He had a foot amputated which has prevented manual labor and kept him at povertys doore Everybody is glad of Shows good luck Attacks the Book Rev J W McGarvey President of the Bible College at Lexington a sermon in a Lexington church in which he attacked James Lane Al lens latest book The Reign of Law He declared that the book indicates Mr Allen to be an infidel The Bible College figures in Mr Allens book and Mr McGarvey himself has been said to be the prototype of one of the I characters Keep at It When a logger places a wedge in a log and hits it a blow he does not r know how much of a split the effort will make but he does know that if he continues to hit the wedge the log will soon lie in twain The driving wedge to do business is advertising You cant expect to make your suc cess with a single ad no matter how j large Continual rapping does it Finking Club The fishing club composed of W S FergursonR ABurnside Dave Ross J A Burnside and Thurmond An dorson spent last week on the banks of Dix river up near Crab Orchard It took several wagons to transport their cooking utensils provisionsetc to the camp When they started someone suggested that assnakes were numerous in that locality a little medicine for that purpose be taken along It was decided to get a half pint and Dave Ross says it took hard work to get the halfpint into three jugs but it was finally squeezed in D Palmer BurRe The marriage of Mr T J Palmer and Miss Loula Etta Burke was sol cmnized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J H Burk near Point Leaven Tuesday evening at 630 oclock The ceremony was performed by Rev W L Howze The attendants were Miss Mattie Dunn and Mr Geo W Palmer the ushers Messrs Will Lusk and James Rucker Miss Elisa Lusk played the wedding march The party given a by the brides parents after the ceremony at which an elegant supper was served Mr and Mrs Palmer then left for a trip to Niagara Falls and Canada to be gone several weeks The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Burk and is young lady of beauty and many Mr Palmer is with the Brown Tobacco Louisville and fills a and lucrative position He is a popular and prominent man who his friends by hundreds He is a brother of Mrs J ftf Higginboth am and Mr Geo Palmer of this city TilE RECORD joins many friends in extending congratulations All kind of plements re to- T Academy graveyard ord Lost telegraph recently preached was reception immediately accomplishments connected responsible numbers far i pI and ore Ring are Warehouse a of No rain of consequence yet For bargains buggies etc call at Shop Chicken feed for sale by H A B Marksbury Son This is an extra good quality of feed All kind of carriage repairing done it the best and manner at Conns Carriage Shop Fill your cistern with pure water by using the Haselden Filter Keeps off disease J R Haselden Best Pianos and lowest easiest terms investigate Harding Riehm Harris shop The county meeting of the Christian church of Lincoln county will at Hubble on Saturday October 20th Lady Cape Lout Monday night a black brocaded silk cape Lost on Public Square or Lexington street Return to THE RECORD office and receive reward Hon C C Foxof Danville address large crowd at the CourtHouse night in the interest of the democratic ticket He is a good and warmed the boys up Taken Up a an E tray Aged roan mare thin mane and tail Came to my place August 26 Owner can have same by paying and proving property octll3t H C Sutton Lancaster Great Bargain Good quality long wear low prices and good fits have increased my sales Suits and overcoats at 850 to 20 Give me a call at Thompsons block Richmond avenue M D Hughes Agt Lancaster Wins at Football A local team went to Danville and defeated the first team of Hogsett Academy by a sore of five to nothing The Lancaster kids say they were up against a strong team and are quite jubilant over their victory Death of Mrs Jane Young Many Lancaster friends and acquain tainoes will regret to learn of the death of Mrs Jane Young which oc cured in Lexington last Thursday She was a resident of Lancaster for many years She leaves two sons Dr F O Young and the U S Navy The burial took place in Lexington in which city she has resided since moving from this place in h Connjte 0 ga prices c I rid t beheld Saturday speaker considerably charges Saturday Capt Lucien Young ass eatest Many are hauling water Di river When you come in Monday to pay THE RECORD that dollar Ed Gaines has accepted the agency for the Capital wagon the one sold by G S Gaines heretofore A big crowd will hear Senator Jo Blackburn at the Court House morning at ten oclock Now is the time to plant Dutch Bulbs We have a large variety for sale O C Heberling Why buy a readymade suit when you cin have one made to your for TEN J C Hemphill At a recent business meeting Mess rs Victor Lear Geo D Robinson and K F Postle were elected deacons in the Christian church Only a few days left before the pen alty will be added to town taxes Itgoes on Nov 1 so pay your taxes now and save money This is last notice Jas Pearce collector 2t Save A Few Dollars Come to see Monday and leave your order for a suit or an overcoat at 750 1000 1200 or 15 Quality wear and fit guaranteed M D Hughes Agt A Word To The Farmers We are in the market for Wheat and will pay the market price for same at all times t you have wheat to deposit for your own use deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Son To the Public Notice is hereby given the public that Mr O E Heberling the florist has been placed in charge of my brick business and is authorized to make contracts collections etc Call on him for brick or wood oct183t R ftr Dillehay Over CIlflT While driving along the high cliff just above Mr Bright Herrings on new Danville pike the horse driven by Thomas Chesnut became frighten ed and began to back A colored man grabbed the bit but all efforts to stop the animal were fruitless and horse and buggy went headlong over the cliff to the river bed below a distance of more than one hundred feet Mr Chesnut barely escaped from the bug gy in time The horse was killed in stantly and the buggy reduced to kindling wood This is a dangerous point on the road and should be fenc ed remember Monday measure DOLLARS m PeR from Superior Disc Drills SuperiorDiscHarrow ON WHEELS Owensboro Wagons Sold on an Absolute Guarantee Full line of Hardware Stoves and Pumps and Tinware Call and see the largest and best line of Heating and Cook Stoves and Ranges in town Come before big stock is broken J R HASELDEN JA BeazleyCo unerai Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Line of Furniture and Carpets Dont Wait Too Long To see our elegant line of Cloth ing Boots Shoes Hats Wraps Jackets Blankets Comforts Under wear Furniture Trunks and It will be a 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 Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward Directors all comfort l Telescopes 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 rn rn II m rn fiI I II Robinson m 81 II J I j E3 i 0 0 l J 3- o HARDING RIEHM s Retail Dealers in Pianos AND Organs In Central States Have permanently located here and propose to accomodate the musicloving people of Lancaster and vicinity with an assort ment of the largest and best line of instruments in America at prices and terms that cannot be duplicated Please call and inspect our goods in Mr E W Harris room northwest corner Public Square Geo M Overman Salesman jl 1 r T i I loI1IIjOtii 8lM eo Wii ri qJSl I I I o I I I I I I i 1 r ti1r Lanr I a aa a V CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT 18 1900 ITBEY WEEK BY XOUIS LANDBAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY 100 TERMS MONTHS POLTEUTIX in Garrard is unusu ally dull and if any one has torn his shirt over the matter we have not heard of it Farmers are busy and dont come to town while the mer chants are selling goods and dont stop toargue and tell how the nation should be run We judge that each man has thought the matter made up his mind as to how he will vote dont want to ask or b asked about it This is the best thing to do and goes to show the good sense of Garrards citi zens We admire a right thinking man but have a contempt for a THE Cynthiana Democrat passed its thirtythird milestone last week TIlE congratulates its friend and neighbor If more newspapers looked upon the sunny side of life as does the Democrat the world would be made happier thereby Editor Allen is one of the ablest writers in the state and is beloved by all brothers of the quill Success to the Democrat and many years of happiness and pros perity to its clever bachelor editor THE Kentucky legislature since die without accomplishing a blessed thing of good or interese to the taxpayers of the state The say the republicans are to blame while the republicans say the democrats had no idea of passing an election law Thus it stands and the people foot the bills The legislature grows more of a burden each yearand most of their acts are absolutely dis gustingTHE Agents who usually election money are pretty quiet this year and well they may be Sam has a say so this time and the old fellow is no respector of when his rights trampled on The boys had better trip lightly COUNTING polka dots is quite a fad If the dots are embroidered on a wellfilled silk stocking the fun must be great What say ye Walton It Happened In A Drug 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 Grandm the popular druggist of Ontario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could reccommend I 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 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 and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good for the remedy It is for sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m It may take nine tailors to make a man but ninetynine collectors cant make him settle When you have no appetite do not relish your food and feel dull after you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Sam pIes free at McRoberts drug store Life is full of contrasts vou are so good you know and other people are so very bad For three days and nights I agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M clerk of the district court Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried a dozen different medicines but all to no purpose I sent for a of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely This remedy is for sale by R Ej fcBoberts druggist 1m ne JON YEll IN T 25 and windbag adjourned democrats handle Uncle persons recommendation t eating suffered E Lowther bottle 1D NCE B E over RECORD are the medic Centervi Chamberlains l lie a f J McCREABY The most attractive feature of the protracted meeting at Buckeye is the little boy and his sweetheart whose heads hardly appear above the back of the seat Mr Ed Simpsons horse became frightened a few weeks ago and ran off with him and kicked him con siderably His injuries compelled him to keep his room for a week or so but we are glad to learn he is walk ing around now Misses Mamie Kelley and Eva Jones from Back Creek visited Miss Maggie Saddler Saturday night and Sunday Mrs James Prather of Madison and Mrs Wm Sebastian visited Mrs Thomas Posey last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Joe Hicks and Mrs Mary East of Stone visited their sister MrsIThomas Posey last week Mr Leslie Cotton and wife of Madison visited Mr Sam Cotton and wife Mr Kirby Grimes and wife of Kirksville visited her sister Mrs Sutton Saturday night and Mr Joe Hicks and wife Mrs Thomas Posey and Miss Tincy King visited Mr Steve Walker and family Sunday x PAINT LICK Jesse Ledford sold a bunch of 275 Ib hogs to E L Woods at 260 John Henry bought thirty acres of land near Cartersville at 25 per acre D C Pullins says he has a field of corn that will make fifty barrels to the acre Several of the children here have sore throat and it is said by some to be diphtheria Fish and Company are enlarging their store house Will says business will be lively after Bryan is elected Farmers are busy stripping tobacco the quality is good but there is a great deal of wormeaten tobacco this yearSeveral from here went to the rally at the Nine Wonders Saturday and say there was a large crowd and plenty to eat on the ground FOlt nice little pony a beautiful bay four years old and about thirteen hands high She rides and drives nicely Apply to Smith Englemen Paint Lick Ky Walter Henry made a narrow escape few days was hauling straw his team backed over an em bankment upset the wagon and he was considerably bruised up but for tunately no bones were broken Mr Wm Wallace came near an arm broke while lifting a wagon bed with one of Judge Tottens wagon lifters the bed fell on him and he was considerably bruised He says it was not the fault of the machine that caused the bed to fall Mrs Etta Willis and Mrs Maggie Arnold of Richmond visited relatives here this week Misses Carleyof Lancaster and Maggie Bunn of Clay City 111 visited relatives here this week W H Furr sold to Mose Lawson two hogs at 5 per cwt Fox and Lawson shipped a car load of cattle last week J C Fox has employed W H Miller to build him a barn G T Archer sold a combined horse to Sampson Mahan of Williamsburg for 115 J G and H H Davis from Oklahoma Sam and family spent last Thursday at W H wife visited his father A J Ham mack last Sunday Little Paul Merryman who has been very sick with pneumonia is better at this wri ting Mrs James Naylor is very low with fever Mrs Susie Dement of St Louis has bas been caller to the bedside of her sister Miss Betty Bell who is very low with fever Lucy the small daughter of Mrs Florence Cormeny is numbered with the sick this week Mr James Naylors lit tie twin daughter died last Monday of pneumonia Miss Kee Roth well and Mr Luther were last Wednesday the 10th at the BothweL Q Sunday Emma Sunday democratic SALEA agohe bailed getting up- I Mattie have returned Fields Hammocks Wm Hammack and married home ot father Gideon u J badly 8 D I FLAT WOODS A Slier blr I xf to C in PREACHERSVILLE J F Cook sold to Ed Walker a steer calf for 19 Corn is selling here for from 130 to 150 per barrel It continues very dry and stock is very scarce J B Bright sold a nice mule colt to J C Fox for 73 Mr Bennett of Williamsburg is here looking after his farm John Cress sold a nice saddle horse James I Hamilton for 875 Mr J F Holtzclaw bought the J King farm for about 600 J P Ballard bought some nice steers from Grove Kennedy for 3JcAunt Louisa Anderson one of the most highly respected colored women our county died last week J T Thompson sold about 800 bales of hay to J H Baughman Co of Stanford for 50c per hundred Mr G A Siler and H H Davis has returned from Oklahoma where they have been prospecting thinking of moving there Mr Louis McQuerry and Miss Key Roth well was married last Thursday at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Gid Rothwell by Elder McHutchins We extend ulationsBro is holding a pro tracted meeting at the Baptist church assisted by Bro Perryman of Middlesboro They are doing some fine preaching and we are hoping much good will be done Will Elmore of Williamsburg is here for a few days on business Miss Kate Payne has been visiting for several days at Rowland Misses Bettie and Mary Perkins of Goshen and Messrs Dave and Frank spent Sunday with J L Hutchins and wife MARKSBDRY Wm Parks Jr bought a cow from C A Robinson for 16 Wm Wallace bought of Turner Floyd a good horse for 40 Marksbury postoffice was made a money order office October 1 Mr Lee R Vanarsdall and wife of Harrodsburg are spending a few days with N H Bogie Mr Clarence Scott of Nicholasville spent several days last week with T D Scott and family Mrs E T Minor and little daughter of Lancaster were guests of H D Aldridge and family Sunday Miss Mamie Daley spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs Robt Bettis of Bettis Mrs S A Norris is visiting relatives in Lancuster Miss Jennie Higgins of spent several days last week with friends in this community Everett Parks of Bryantsyille passed thro Marksbury Sundayen route to Kirks villa to see a very charming young lady Sam Hughes and family and W N Hicks of Danville and Mrs Kate Woods of Chicago 111 spent Sunday with N H Bogie and wife STONE Look out for the boats at Sugar Creek landing the Lock is almost completedMrs East has returned home from several days visit with her Mrs Emma Posey James Coy of Kirksville spent Sunday night with his uncleT L Mrs Belle Thompson spent several days with relatives in Madison last week Mr and Mrs W H Land spent last week with relatives in Anderson county Misa Lou Land spent a few days of last week with her brother John Land of Buckeye and attended the meeting John Walker of Hanley spent Sunday night with his sister Mrs C S Sanders We are glad to report that Mrs Wm Teater is on the mend Mrs Lizzie Allen is visiting her son Mr Wallace Allen of Orangeville Ind Miss Viola Folger is the guest of her aunt Mrs James Johnson of High Bridge this week 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 lry I water yearling Thompson sister of Sanders 3c tong McCre k rat ire COL JOHN WILL POOR After a Brier Illness Dies at HU Home In Lancaster Friday morning Col John Will Poor died at his home in this city last Friday morn ing after an illness of a few weeks Mr Poor had been enjoying good health for many years but was re cently troubled with Brights disease During the last few days of his illness the Christian church Sunday after noon the Methodist church of which he was a member being too small to accommodate the immense throng of people who came to attend the servi ces The discourse was preached by Elder Jones of Somerset who was as sisted by Rev Leonidas Robinson of the Methodist church and Elder A R Moore of the Christian church The large room was crowded long before the arrival of the funeral party while the Sunday School room in the rear was also filled and people gathered at the windows on the outside The longest procession of friends ever seen in Lancaster followed his remains to the Lancaster Cemetery John Will Poor was born in Garrard county near Bryantsville seventy eight years ago lIe received a com mon school education and devoted his time to farming and trading He was especially successful in the latter and his judgment was often asked by oth ers in the business A few weeks ago he told the writer of some of his experience in early life He said that upon one occasion he became deeply involved in debt Ills smaller credi tors began to nag at him and started the report that he would go under He at once concluded to head off these little creditors as he expressed it Stop the little dogs from barking and the big ones will not bite He made a mortgage for enough to pay the little debts the big creditors were patient his friends came to his rescue and in less than twelve months he had not only the little debts but all the larger ones paid off and money ahead He was always very success ful in his dealings as all honest men are in the long run He was one of biggesthearted men we have ever known and has done more favors than any man in the county He was to a fault and has doubtless lost more money by going security than most men have made He told us that if he had all the money he has paid as security he could buy a dozen of the finest farms in Central Kentucky but he did not grieve over the loss and was happy of the thought of having done good turns by those who failed on him Mr Poor was doubtless the richest man in Garrard county but his wealth had not the effect of him mean or oppressive He nev er turned away an applicant for and when he gave to a cause he did so according to his means and not in a closefisted manner His acts of kindness will cause him to be by the people While Mr Poor was well supplied with this worlds goods yet he did not have that greed for money that frequently causes men to forget all pleasures of life and sit watching their possessions never stopping for a moments social He was a Christian and one whose place will be hard to fill Mr Poor was twice married four children being born to his first wife They are Mrs Scott Mrs Sweeney and Mrs Crutchfield The son Wil Ham died a number of years since His first wife died about three years since and he was recently married to Mrs Ellen Owsley widow of Judge Mike Owsley of this city The mills the light plant and many citizens are hauling water from Dix river a distance of three miles Just received fifty or sixty thousand feet nice dry pine boxing and ing R G Ward One house and lot on long also one house and lot for rent W J Romans Do not fail to see my line of Winter Suits made to measure for TEN before the stock is broken- J C HBMHHILI Make home attractive with a piano or organ It saves many a child You can make no better investment Harding Eiehm We have the largest and best line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster Our prices be duplicated W J Romans Notice Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W HARRIS Collector For Sale Twenty good feeders 1100 Ibs 20 good 750 lb steers loiitf W McC Johnston Death of A Worthy Colored Woman Mrs Sarah Perkins one of the most highly respected and widelyknown colored women in Lancaster died Monday after a lingering illness The funeral was held Tuesday and many white people attended She is the mother of John Perkins who was jan itor at the Mansion during Guy Brad leys term Sam Perkins of Lancaster Lige1 of Cincinnati and Mrs Jno Harris and Mrs Dave Embry Aunt Sarah was 73 of age and a member of the Methodist church m J 1 ft 1 l01t6 OC Leu 1111 It II to II IIJ painFuneral same liberal making charity remembered enjoyment gentleman Lumber For Sale payments DOLLARS selected cannot yearS N 1iN0600480 oaom Ira L pay tf of are of are of as you of no I 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 I Hamilton or W II Ward oc4tf To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes mid I have now as it will be later on The penalty will soon DC added JAS PEARCE Collector A Poor Rule Works One Way To editor can advocate the doctrine buying from the home merchants unless the home merchants show they interested in catering to the home trade by advertising in the columns the local newspaper We are here to stay and as our work is our advertisement of course we cannot afford to do any kind but the very best Hair cutting and shaving done in the latest and best styles Call on me Henry Duncan in New Hotel tf Last Big Excursion The Queen Crescent route elsewhere in THE RECORD a grand excursion to Cincinnati on Oct 26 low rates given and as this will be the last excursion of the season it will be made the banner one of the year Read particulars in big ad oc182t I am better prepared than ever to show you the most elegant line Woolens ever brought to Lancaster I have over 2000 large Samples for to select from and as I have had my office refitted and prepared I will ask you to call and see me before you buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat J C HEMPHILL First Class Meats We are prepared to serve the people 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 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 before you buy and you will have other We sell the Owensboro wagon the best wagon made Sold under an absolute guarantee J R Haselden As Lancaster has no local tailor now I will say to those who have been buy ing from the local tailor that if they will give me their order for a suit or overcoat from The Royal Tailors of Chicago I will guarantee 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 they have been buying J C HEMPHILI The Last Warning Dont buy cheap coal and loose your soul And all the time be fussing But buy Red Ash and pay the cash And 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 freeze But buy your coal at ocll4t JOHN C MOSSES To The Trade I desire to state that after three months hard work I have been able to secure a FIRSTCLASS LINE OF MERCHANT TAILORING from Which can make you a SUIT or an OVERCOAT for the LOW PRICE OF TEN DOLLARS Now this is no READY MADE 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 Prices Extraordinary I have suits cut and made to your measure as low as 750 cents others at 9 10 and 12 others absolutely allwool and extra good at 14 This is no readymade goods The profit is small but many sales will compensate for that I also have Wannamaker Brown readymade department one of the largest and most complete in the world at astonishingly low figures Give me a call in Thompson block Richmond avenue sep 273t M D Hughes Agt Nervy Tramps Coming down on Capt Ben Mc Graws elegant Blue GrassVestibule the othe night the passengers were attracted by footsteps on the roof of the smoker man be an inquisitive turn as to rail road matters asked Capt McGraw if he was running twostory train and he said he had just located two tramps on the roof who had ridden from Lex ington to Burgin in that perilous pos ition When it is remembered that a tunnel and the High Bridge were to be passed its bard to see how the fel lows were able to tackle the ride Mc Graw went up after them and one said Well it you aint the d st I ever saw to even go over the top of a train for tickets Capt McGraw is one of the cleverest ever pulled a bellcord but passengers must have the pasteboard to ride on his train A man never regrets the loss of his good name more than when it is en graved on the handle of a ten dollar umbrella t I collectingPlease advertises Friday before satisfaction Public atone THE RECORD ingot conductor gentlemen that necessary shampooing S Exceedingly ins L uw of in Sunday evening according to Bro Robinson of the Methodist church delivered an Whats the Matter With Lancaster The text selected was The love of money is the root of all Evil He applied it to the condition of affairs in Lancaster regarding tern perance There nothing sensa iional but he told n mushed facts tion suggesting rcnideie that if out would cleanse the town of so much of Sodoms atmosphere ITe paid a fine tribute to the women who are struggling to raise a higher moral and Christian standard for the town The highest compliment we can pay him and the best evidence of our gratitude is to say that as a and ready speaker and worker in this grand cause he closely resembles the lamented Eld J C Frank A Few Words to Buyers Having been in the merchantile in Lancaster for many years and studied the wants of the people 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 time and been more careful than before in selecting the very best and obtaining the lowest prices This will be an advantage that our customers will appreciate All the latest styles in dress goods are on our shelves in great quantity We take pleasure in inviting you to see these goods as they are unquestionably the prettiest and best ever shown in We have all the latest designs hosiery the handsomest line of shoes blankets comforts a superb line of underwear 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 time leading fabrics are French Broadcloth Satin faced Venitian Pebble Boucle Scotch Tweed Suiting Drap de Milan Pann Satin 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 Kentucky Telephone Association The annual meeting of the Telephone Association which took place at Winchester on Oct 9th elected the following officers R V Bishop Cynthiana president A H Bastin Lancaster vicepresident James Maret Mt Vernon seretary and treasurer D L Pendleton attorney The secretarys shows there are in the State 700 toll stations conducted by independent companies GO exchanges using more than 8000 phones Since their June meeting the Association has connection from Somerset and on the south to Winchester Mt termediate points and to Lebanon on the west The service over some of these connections are not what it should be and members of the at this meeting made for the immediate of such portions as need it and are workingtowards putting in metalic circuit between all exchanges and as far as possible will allow no phones on these trunk lines between terminals The subject of providing uniform equipment of lines rates of toll etc was discussed The matter of getting connection with States north and south of us was taken up and from present outlook Knoxville Ohio In diana and West Virginia points will be reached within the next six months metalic circuit will be finished between Lancaster and Richmond by time this writing is in type exchange will shortly be tion in Lexington Louisville will be in line within six months if present plans carry Ashland Catlettsbarg Maysville and North Eastern have splendid exchanges which are to be connected by toll lines to this part of the state soon The Bas tin company will put in a metalic cir cuit from Lancaster to London next Spring There will not be a phone on these wires but will be bridged through Mt Vernon switchboard Williamsburg exchange is building a line to London A committee was appointed to map the State and to ascertain where improvements are necessary and the members are now at work pushing the matter A call meeting of the association will take place in Lexington about Dec 10th when re ports from the various committees will be submitted and action taken thereon and other important business matters bearing on telephone inter ests The Asociation is now on a good footing a business basis and will ac complish a great deal for the interests of the independent systems of the No Klgnf To Jgliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac tive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to reg ulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It gives nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin It make goodlooking charming woman of a r J site luttar ViH I I I w I waytouchedcar- ried good fearless business delight materials Lancaster ladies sheeting corsets Kentucky Winchester report completed London Georgetown improvements Anew in opera Kentucky necessary State wretched atE I I s Uals s Lntirs4tcr announcement address ace Bhotali Cloth Association arrangements Anew r of into even me sum Kew am cure and job me For me me it the by HI WRA 5nre 5 Mr J E Lilly a prominent Hannibal Mo lately had a v derful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Pneumonia My lungs became hardened 1 was so weak I couldnt sit up in bed Nothing helped 1 expected to soon die of Con when I heard of Dr Kings Discovery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it and row wen and strong I cant say t o much in its praise This u medicine is the surest and quick t in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular sizes oOcents SlOo Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteedThe that turns out a poor is an improvement on the man who does nothing but look on and male remarks III Oct 14 fcJ Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill feel it my duty to to you my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has for I was completely run down with a complication of stomach disorders ten months I could not work and declaring nothing short of an for appendicitis would cure 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 2o 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 has done for me it will do for others Gratefully yours Charles Curry Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist When a man blows into a gun to find out whether it is loaded or not gun should always have your 53 ra pathy Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only Suets a box Cure guaranteed Sold by RE ilcRob erts Druggist For sprains swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Pain Balm Try it For sale R E McRoberts druggist 1m A cloth jacket is warmer than a fur lined cloak because there is no to leave it open n N GentlemenI physiciansop- eration enjoying Chamberlains temptation r v Lit citizen mars toga express clone f f i i to t I AS THE YEARS ADYMCE the teeth depart Science then comes the aid of nature The arrests decay and supplies deficiencies Artificial Teeth replace missing mem bersThese are perfect in appearance fit and action Look like natural teeth and perform all their functions with comfort and satisfaction to wearer Finest alloy filling Harvard white filling The finest set of artificial teeth 550 GoldBridge work of the latest designs 550 per tooth DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night 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 The Worth of Your flonev Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinu i Bargain store Call and see IS when you come to town DENTISTR Y Gds Building Here Vie Area The Cincinnati Store I le eBt I e iu TaW4 CINCINNATI BRGIIN STORE wets 1 1 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 4OO to be given away J J r I 81 lB iii II i lJ Wf19jJ iljgll lRfjffligff J i 1 I I E SA T M A N s isEt 1 E E r b aJPbiE Ir1S me ar acyI i i 1fl- JiJJffJjfjJifili Wfifl 7flttffiiG1 7f mlfJJlfII j Tf ffffJ 00tJ 0 0 S 0 000 00 0WfiWff srJjl ffJf9Jj Wi l fff r QdQQQ QQ iQQQQOQQQQ 1a 1 i I r stn zz 2hhQQ Q Qf QQiQrQ c Do You Want A NOBBY FALL HATTOTrraTrznrrzrffrTnrffTTffYTm If S call U NOEL SISTERS and what a IS Lovely Line of FALL MILLINERY lr We are showing- TjmrrffTrrorrraTnnrffYTrT Such stylish hats and such reasonable prices i s what everyone said Opening Day Give us a call I I I i i i i OOOOO ooooooo iooooooooooooo- I I ii oaooooooaoooooaoooooPOOOaos oooooocoooooooooosaoaaaowooooaoodooaooaaooaoaaoooe see s ooaoa cscaoooooooaooocaacoaooosaooe ooooaaeaacooaaraooooooaooooreo4a c CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT iS IgOO ROOT people Mr G X Jean of Danville was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs R G Ward arc visit ing in London Mrs Susan Salter of Stanford is visiting Mrs T S Elkin Mr 7 T Baughman of Richmond visited relatives here Sunday Mr Edwin Arnold has been quite sick but is some better at this wri tingMr Win II Ray of Buckeye was here Monday returning from a visit to Mercer county Misses Julia Mae a n d Nannie Gaines have returned from a delight ful visit to Danville relatives Richmond Register Miss Do vie Letcher has charge of a school at this year and has left for that cityRichmond Paragraph Miss Amy Davison of Lancaster was the attrac tive guest this week of Miss Bessie Turley Jessamine Journal Mr and Mrs Sam Ilaselden of Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan first of last week Mr Charles Glass and wife and Messrs Tom and Will Scott of Kich olasville attended the funeral of Col J W Poor Sunday Stanford Journal Mrs Joseph Burnsidu and Miss Jennie Burnsidc of Garrard mother and sister of Mrs G A McRobeJts were her guests Wednesday Lexington Herald Miss Allie An derson who has been the guest of Mrs Browning has returned to her home in Lancaster Ky to the regret of many friends here A pretty girl baby was born to the wife of Mr Jerry Rcspess at the home of her parents in this city Tuesday She has been christened Sue Fisher in honor of Mrs Respess aunt Mrs E D Potts a cousin of Mrs J W Poor Miss Eugenia Denny and Mr and Mrs Eugene Land cousins of Mr Poor came over from Lexing ton Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr Poor To The Ladies We are now ready to show you our Fall slock of the Haitaest Millinery Ever displayed in Central Kentucky exercised great care in selecting these goods and they are the V ry Newest Patterns to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties iu the greatest profusion Call and inspect Sallle D Tillett 1 Loo oo ILon- don c Ve y oo44oaoaoooaso aoaoaaoaooooozc oboaooaooaoo oaoaoooo0 L c 7 J i r it r s k t Yt t 3 i t J Judge M D Hughes is in ICirksville MaccabeeingCol of Camp kelson was in town Sunday Messrs Will Ball and Jas Smith spent Sunday in Cincinnati Mr B F Hudson and wife were in Danville the past week Miss Mattie Beazley of Crab Orch ard is visiting her brother Dr W S BeazleyMrs Pettus of Lebanon is vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs James McCarleyMrs Hudson returned Sun day from a pleasant visit to her in Lexington Miss Mattie Elkin is in Atlanta where she went to attend the funeral of her sister Mrs W S Elkin James Letcher and wife of Dan yule were visitors here Sunday and attended the funeral of Col J W PoorMiss Lyne Letcher after a few days visit to Mr Will Mason and family left Saturday for her home in header son Ky John L Anderson of Washington City is in town mixing with his many friends He has a job in the Treasu ry Department Mrs John E Stormes left Monday to visit Mrs Arthur Hubbard of Coy ington and Rev II X Faulconer and wife of Ilillsboro Ohio Mesdames Fannie Farra West George Patterson L F arfd Miss Amanda Anderson are in Danville W C T fJ conventionLexington Herald Mr Kennody formerly with C F Brower entered upon his duties Mr Jerry Respess came from the at her fathers Dr II C Herring is a favorite among the Lancas ter boys W S Watson one of Atlantas lead ing druggists was here last week on a visit to his old home town As he failed to pull our latch string we miss ed him It was quite a in failing to see a friend of our boyhood days Harrodsburg Sayings Mr W H Grubbs the courteous and efficient and bright little boy will leave in a few days for Lexington where Mr Grubbs has secured a fine position with Grocery Co Livingston Colonel Jesse Jones has returned to Garrard Mrs Dillon is visiting relatives in Lincoln and Garrard counties R G Ward and family arrived from Lancaster afternoon to visit Mr Wards rel atives Mrs George Pope has re turned from a visit to friends In Gar card county Danville Hews Mr Thomas of Lancaster was one of the many good Democrats who were in town yesterday Mr Pony Beazley- of Lancaster was here yesterday court Misses Julia May and Nannio Gaines who have been visiting Mrs D W Mahan left yes terday for their home in Lancaster They will shortly move to Danville Miss Elizabeth Hudson of Lan caster who has been here for a few days left this morning for her home parents Hubble attendingthe largefurniture surveyforJerry disappointment Groceryhere IIonaker attending visitors hansberr y the yesterday Robinson Mr Dave Dunn of Danville was a visitor here Sunday Mrs Mattie Busby is visiting her sister Mrs V N Bush Miss Lizzie Brown of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Mr Hendricks of Junction City visited Miss Mabel Royston Sunday Mrs Clemerson of Louisville is this week to visit friends here Richmond Register Mrs T C spent several days last week in LancasterMiss Ohio is several weeks with her neice Mrs Joel Walker Mr Jesse Walden and wife of were visitors in this city Satur day and Sunday Col W J Wilmoreand wife olasville attended the funeral of J W Poor Sunday Misses Marie and Jennie Warren two Stanford beauties are with their aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Mattie Elkin accompanied by Mr R L Elkin left last week for to attend the funeral of Mrs W S Elkin TILE 1VKSTEKN COLLEGE Celebrates the Birthday of Its Presi deut at Oxford Ohio One of the most brilliant social functions of the fall term at the Wes tern College Oxford Ohio took the form of a birthday reception tendered to the President Miss Leila S McKee en tho of her birthday Oc tober i The entire day was a galaday A halfholiday was granted the students and the devoted to driv ing walking and wheeling in the country Oxford At seven in the evening students md faculty gathered in the art room of Alumna Hall which were attract ively decorated with palms and mass es of autumn leaves At the first notes of the birthday song of greeting sang by the Glee Club and written by Miss Jane Work of the faculty President McKee entered Statuary Hall by sixteen aids in dainty white gowns holding branches of autumn leaves above their heads through which the President passed to a seat upon the festal throne The Dr and Mrs J L McKee of Ky father and mother of the President added to the joy of the eve ningMiss Bessie Peters 1904 of Spring field 0 with graceful speech of wel come presented the President with American beauty roses Speeches full of warm appreciation of president McKees loyalty and devotion to the college and its students were made by representatives of the classes Miss Bessie Martin of Ironton Ohio for 1901 Miss Jessie Robertson of Ger mantown 0 for 1902 Miss Elizabeth llauk of So Charleston 0 for 1903 Miss Florence McCormick of Oak Cliff Texas for 1904 the Misses Hel en Villiamson of Greenwood So Agnes Hansel of Oak Park IlL and Helen Morey of Hamilton Ofor the preparatory classes and Miss Williams 1900 for the alumna During the intervals between speech es the halls and studios rang with the enthusiastic singing of college songs and cheers Prof Froeblich of the faculty of music played a violin solo composed by himself for casion and dedicated to president McKee The President acknowledged the ovation given her with wordsof appreciation and the evening closed with the serving of birthday cake and ices Miss Helen Gill of Lancaster serv ed as one of the Presidents aids A Powder Mill Explosion Removes everything sight so doi drastic mineral pills but both are mighty dangerious Dont dynamite the delicate machinery of your body with calomel croton oil or aloes pills when Dr Kings New Life Pills which are gentle as a summer breeze do the work perfectly Cures Headache Constipation Only 25c at R E Mc Roberts drug store 1 Bristolof spending of Nich Cot Atlanta ovening afternoon was out preceded presence- of theo heartfelt I expected Willis Danville Danville Dakota Margaret 4 R Great Improvement After some delay we present to our readers a cut showing the handsome entrance and gates recently placed at the Lancaster Cemetery They have been in position for quite a while but some finishing touches were needed and the picture was not made until all was complete As will be seen the columns are of solid stone the gates proper being of iron The col umns are fifteen feet high the main gateway about fifteen feet wide The small gate on the left is for and is left unlocked all day for the benefit of those desiring to visit the Cemetery The approaches are made of extra good gravel graded nicely and packed hard The work was done by Blatz Krebs Louis ville Ky The entire work cost six hundred dollars of which amount the Cemetery company gave two hundred and fifty A number of ladies in Lancaster and vicinity took the matter in charge a year or so ago and raised the money by writing to all persons having and friends buried here They l IIJ 1 pedestrians relatives Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Every thing for orchard lawn and garden Trees by the mil lion fruit forest and ordamental Asparagus grape vines small fruits and everything the home country or in town No agents employed and rock bottom to the actual planter Catalogue on application to H F Hillenmeyer Lexington Ky f neededabout f also appointed committees for each street and visited every family own ing lots Only a few refused to and the efforts of the good la dies were soon rewarded by enough subscriptions to do the work Too much praise cannot be given them for their work improvement would never have been made had it not been for their taking hold of it The same committee of ladies will now endeavor to have parties owning lots put them in good shape and will write to all those living away to send something to help pay for the im provement The sexton will keep a lot in condition for 250 a year but there are many that will have to be worked on considerably to put them in decent shape Most of the lots are in splendid condition but a few have been sadly neglected and present a miserable appearance The ladies are untiring in their efforts and by next spring if the lot owners will halfway do their part Lancaster will have the prettiest Cemetery in the state V asthe contribute BOTH PARTIES CAUGHT REPUBLICANSAND DEMOCRATSof Garrard County have caught on to the fact that ROYAL TAILORING is the Acme of Perfection and they are casting their votes with us ROYAL TAILORING is always made to the individual measurements of the man who buys it made the way he wants it the goods he it is made to satisfy every time We have MORE THAN 500 new bright fresh Im ported and Domestic Suitings and Overcoats just received from THE ROYAL Chicago U S A and we take delight in showing them to all who appreciate elegance and neatness in dress Our Prices For ROYAL TAILORING are great deal less than the usual prices for the same high quality of service and guaranteed to equal local tailoring respect We can convince you if you will come and see us madefrom se lectsand lessa in every J C IffiMPHILL TAILORS PUBLIC SALE I will sell to the highest and best onWednesday Oct 31 At my residence near Point Leavell Ky the following property 6 cows and calves 10 yearling heifere 2 4yr old mares 4 work mules a lot of brood sows and shoats Also all my farming implements consisting of plows disc harrdws mowing machine binder rakes corn crusher etc etc Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock a m A Point Leavell Ey J w 1 Buy Your School Supplies- New and SecondHand E O O 1 McROBERTS 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 redu ced to 1 25 TTTTARTJ V STDUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville DRUGS AND IU DRIES 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 A 3ST 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 OO OOC OQOOOX I I I2 SAT OC STORMES 1 STORE FOR Stationery I I RUGGISTS f 2Wo IVQ i r c w J j L R OLD AGE The majority of persons upon reaching middle and past find becomes weak and diseases that were easily controlled in earlier life to affect the constitution Those predisposed to Scrofula Cancer Rheumatism Gout and other hereditary troubles maytill then as they age the blood so tainted and weakened by accumulated waste matters is no these poisons and nothing so and effectually does this as S S S S i S S S strengthens and enriches the improves the appetite and builds up the general constitu tion It is not only the best blood purifier but best for old people It warms the blood tonesj fiV harmStism Eczema Tetter etc It purifies and restores the blood to a normal condition and makes it impossible forany poisonous waste materials to accumulate you have an old running sore or an obstinate ulcer that refuses to heal orare troubled with boils and carbuncles try S S SIt never fails to make a and permanent cure of these pests If your system is run down and you feelthe need of a tonic S S S will strengthen help you as many others to a happy healthy old age c 11 IT nof Mrs Johnson of for years afflicted in the surrounding country had failed This was ago there has no return of the and recommended as a cure without receiving anyS S S promptly reached the seat of anda complete permanent cure If you are in doubt about disease anti will send us a statement of your case our physician willgive you information or advice wanted for which we make no Book on Blood and Skin Diseases sent to any desiring it Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga of a t 0 r 5Sftr longer able to properly nourish the body and it becomes an easy mark for disease At this critical periodof life the must e before it can legitimate functions and rid the system f j t fj up i the ort healthy D IItackslrear GaWRSs s Borden of a ofa with a severe type of rheumatism and had usedof thlrt e ears stand II after slans knownears diseasemade au It t t i 1 I1ALTIIV l y esca 3 perform 1 Ac diseaseScured H R lcxer Mr S the best3 seven l charges f pe t OLD PEOPLE 1 S S IS THE IDEAL TONIC AND BLOO PURIFIER FORaje The dead stallion Bourbon Wilkes now has six 210 performers all pa his credit We have seen the frail when the faintstruggle for existence seemed almost ended resuscitated and made strong by the use of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents C C J E 1m John Norris of Bourbon county raised this year 2500 bushels of Irish potatoes on ten acres of land and was selling them at 45c delivered in Cyn thiana Paris or Kisertown for select stock and 25 cents per bushel for sec onds at home The third grade he boiled up and fed to his hogs cersto Stormes infant l S Mr Shelby T Harbison of sold two of the finest horses of this season to Mr A P Hexi mer of Hoboken N J They were purchased for the personal use of Count von Walkersee Commanderin Chief of the German force in China They will be shipped to San and from there direct to Hong Kong where they will be turned over to the Count The price paid was private but is understood to be a very handsome one When it comes to women horses and booze Old stands pat You cant beat her there A stitch in time saves nine and dose Coussens Honey of Tar at the beginning of a cold will save you many weary hours and even days of and harassing cough Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes It isnt the dishwashing a girl so much as the thought that she is hiding her talents away from the world Lexington disposed Francisco Kentucky distressing dislikes Strong andhearty boy ts n I andno pain good01 a new arrival in overcast by the shadow of the the expectant mother must bear If she and used MOTHERS FRIEND would be all dispelled Tell jourfriends about it as a liniment exclusively for external use that relaxes the so that pain and suffering are unknown liotxl mailed free umtaimng sensible adrice to expectant mothers TILE BRADFIKLD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Co The joy the family i Usually BIll 66 11 this discomfort Py pert r r s tYtYtYt Blickensderfer Typewriter Do you wish to save an amount of time labor and money and have your correspondence busineslike If so hey a Typewriter and before buying any investigate the I enorm Blickeyrs reasonable cost on the market i Send for Catalogue and Testimonials MOORE BROS 918 F St N W Washington D C atIt is the ONLY strictly high grade luny Guaranteed machineeerier t New Rival Leader Repeater WINCHESTERFactory New Rival loaded with Black powders Leader and Repeater loaded with Smokeless powders Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM l I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due af time of service Onehalf mile from on Danville pike II J A ROBINSON Lancaster A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCK fr 0 PILE CURE k r A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALt OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Pnpfettf 3K ftrtft Mali Strut ST LOUIS M TCMRMES DRUG STORE j SIll II t a rrr NGWS J Dumont of Middlesboro charged with bribing negroes to stay away from an election was found guilty in the United States Court The grand jury at Hopkinsville the County Judge County Clerk and a dozen others for election violations last election Sir Thomas Lipton admits he has cornered the American pork market but says he doesnt intend to raise prices to an exhorbitant degree 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 It is good Try it For sale bv R E McRob erts druggist 1m Robert Marsey charged with the murder of Richard Stapleton two years ago appeared at London and surrendered in open court after hay ing evaded the officers since the crime was committed The killing took place at Lily The Scott county grand jury George Franklin Weaver the strolling barber for perjury in the Caleb Powers case Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little im pression 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 A second shortagehas been discov ed in the accounts of the Paris pbstoffice and postmaster Bosley has de Attorney General Breckinridge filed in the Court of Appeals a motion for the removal from office of County Clerk Claude Chinn of Fayette It is well to know tHat 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 DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve F P Frisbie im Bert Waite aged eighteen who was arrested in California confessed to having robbed the United States Ex press Company at Ravenna Ohio of 6000 The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little EarlyRisersF P Frisbie im The Pennsylvania railroad has or dored 150060 tons of steel rails to cost 3000000 made by a battleship A new remedy for biliousness is now 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 Bowling Green will have a House toHouse Visitation or Religious Census on Saturday October 20 A poll will be taken on that day of the entire population of the city The work is under the c h a r g o ef the churches and Sunday schools of the city have already appointed an VGarvinto take an accurate account of the church and Sunday school attendance and denominational preference of the white population Cornhuskers sprained wire cuts and sprains or cuts from any other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 25 and 50c Stormes im No matter how little we love toward us 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 Itis the only preparation known that completely digests all classes of foods that as why it cures the wprst cases of indigestion and stomach trouble after everything else has failed It may in all conditions and cannot help but do you good F P I indicted coughing indicted assists completed on sale at McRoberts which wrist barbed C C J E our whyhe betaken CONE Rh o000oooootwoooooooooe DeW FrIs itts bit is to is at of is If Couldnt Translate It We received a letter recently we were unable to read We failed to the nationality of the writer The only words we were able to make out were Dr Caldwells Syrup cures indigestion McRoberts drug store 1m The man who is always waiting for something to turn up is usually too blind to see it when it comes along When you get the best of a bargain its the other fellow gets the best of it its cheating There are thousands of people untold torture from piles of the popular impression that Pile Ointment will cure them and the patient will remain cured Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 72 cents Stormes 1m There is no success so sweet as that achieved by acting contrary to the of our knowing friends It is easier to teach twenty what they should do than to be one of 20 to follow your own teaching 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 Stormes 1m f a overwhelming Thought Our sun is a thirdrate sun situ ated in the milky way one of the myriads of stars and the milky way itself one of myriads of sectional star constellations for these seem be countless and to be spread over infinity At some period of their each of these suns had circling around it which after untold ages are fit for some sort of human beings to inhabit them for a comparatively brief period after which they still continue for years to circle around without atmosphere vegetation or inhabitants as the moon does around our planet There nothing so calculated to tape the conceit out of an individual who thinks himself an important unit in the universe as astroomy It teaches that we are less compared with the universe than a colony of ants is to us and that the difference between men is less than that between one ant and Truth Australasias New Metropolis There is every probability that early in next year the site of the Australian federal capital will be de tided and competitive plans for lay ing it out invited The idea is that it should be one of the finest cities of its kind in the world enjoying a salubrious climate and possessing beautiful surroundings Only the public buildings will be constructed the cost of the commonwealth all others being left to private enterprise Commercial Intelligencer Military Kaleidoscope of France In two years we have seen eight ministers of war four chiefs of the general headquarters staff three commanders in chief three governors Paris not to mention the numer ous changes that have been made in the personnel of the commanders of corps darmee Paris Solipl SCHOOL AND CHURCH The teaching of Spanish has been Introduced in the schools in Santa Fe N if Prof Trowbridge of Harvard has a battery of 20000 cells which can a discharge having an intensity of 3000000 that can be doubled by condensers it gives a spark via and a half feet long Yale university has assumed the financial responsibility for the New Haven symphony orchestra and placed Prof Horatio W Parker of the uni varsity faculty at the head of it This considered the geratest service an American university has ever to music A peculiar coincidence happened at Hazleton Pa the other evening an address by Evangelist Davis In his sermon he remarked What the fire alarm sounded just now when the ringing of the fire bells pealed forth The scene that followed was impressive The Budhist priesthood in Siam is at present divided into two sects The one known as the Nekaia large the older and conservative order and represents the great mass of the people while the one known as the llama Yuta Nekaiaa the body who follows righteous ness is the new and more aristocratic order and in its numbers are the most scholarly men The number of Mohammedans in the world is about 190500000 Of these 18000000 are under the rule of the Turkish government 23000000 are ruled by other Mussulman sovereigns 3650X3000 are subject to African princes 20000000 live in China and 99000000 are under Christian rulers Of these last about 58000000 are British rule In New South Wales the state takes upon itself the charge of destitute children with a view to removing them from the evil influences to which they would otherwise inevitably be This has been effected by iht establishment of a state children relief board which since it com in 1881 with 24 boys and 35 girls has been productive of an incalculable amount of good During the 18 of its existence the board has dealt with no fewer than 9053 children Order of Colored Nun In New Orleans is an order of col pose of giving education and moral training to young colored girls and to care for orphans and aged infirm persons of their race In its orphan asylum are children of all ages up to 14 years The convent is a stately building more than a century old in the pld French quarter of New Or leans and once was an opera house and ballroom N Y Tribune determine Pepsin cunningwhen suffering because they cannot be cured Tablers Buckeye C C J E advice ailments making C C J E existence planets anotherLondon produce rendered during aha bodyis under mencedoperations t agoIt exposed rears n here t er w Taken Up As Estray Throo weather sheep one Mack and two white Came to my about July 28 Owncan have sumo by proving property andpaying expenses This 1 at JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY J X DUN N NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Siveryor and Apt foi AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO R KINNAIRD INSURANCE FolloraCoiiipnies Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Aetna Lifo Ins Co sfEartlMCoi J ADAMS IcC j J I F r Il illEeSe PARKERS BALSAMCleanses the Promotes a Never Fails to Restore Gray I its Youthful Prevent and and hair n rUng I luxuriant growth 1 For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying In the forks of the Richmond and Copper Greek pIkes in Garrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A K or Jas N Denny Point Lcuvull or with me at mond W K 28 Fine Farm Fr Sale I will sell privately my farm containing SE Jz acres situated lj miles south of Br ants vine There Is a splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good barn ice house granary aid all other necessary out Landings Neverfailiugwater at door mil plenty of stock water on the place The place well suited for tock tarot All under good fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take it smaller term or other business in exchange HEXKY KUHLMAXX tf Uryautsville Ky ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERS REPARlftiG Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store ilnnutactured by J Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting with great success in curing Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Greasy Heel Big Jaw Hard and Soft Enlarge ments Distemper Etc For sale by K E Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky and Fish Co Paint Lick Ky c out- buIldIngs I i 9 O I I II I I I I i I i I 8 Collier I I f ADAMS FISTULA SALVE W 1 C I I 1 DENS june tf 00000o00o000ooooooaaoooo4ooaao 1 a IJI 1 OOQpQpppt104400b00004bOC0400OGO C 3 chi 0 I THE LAST GREAT SUMMER EXGURS1Q TO CINCINNATI I SPECIAL RATE EXCURSION FRIDAY OCT 26th Only 200 Round Trip From all points between Somerset Burgin Corresponding low rates from points Burgin SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Harriman Junction 1125 stopping at points named below READ THE ROUND TRIP RATES ana northof pm Somerset Science Hill Eubanks Kings Mountain McKinney Moreland Junction City Danville 200 n 200 200 200 200 2 00 200 200 200 W Burgin High Bridge Wilmore Wicholasville Brannon Lexington Greendale Donerail Georgetown 200 190 180 170 160 150 145 135 125 Tickets are good on the special train named and from points north of motion City also good on train No 10 the morning of Saturday October 27 They are good returning on all trains stopping at station from which ticks purchased up to and including fast train leaving Cincinnati 800 pm Sun day October 28th This Fast Train will stop at all points jiamed above on the date named This excursion marks the close of the season No more until next year Youd better take advantage of it Its a liberal to visit the Queen City to see the many things of interest at the Zoological Gardens Fort Thomas Eden Park The Hilltops Etc f Remember the Date Friday October 26th W C Rinearsn Gen Passgr Agent Cincinnati 0 education 1 y J NATIONAL G LifiOAETBZ JT Capital Surplus Fund 1OOOO BUSXN23S SOIIlUr iI Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J II HieoixaoTUAa Preafdsn LSWJS Y LZATEiL YlcePraafslgnt B F HDPSOH Ga hlej V O RieriBY r AMfetant MM WALKKK Boattaapei DIRECTORS B F HUDSON i 3 G TlZEN- i BUt iiOOt G D MHISINS0TnAM IXWlS Y LELVrL r ARNOLD J Uai N1GEl JrALEEP LOCAL TIMETABLES Burton Sontnond Mixed passes Lancaster 111 AV Xorthbnd Mixed 335 P x Narthbnd Paasgr 252 A M- SoutUbnd I2SSAM CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime In efct July 15 1SUO IISTATIONS LvLouisville S ja ml 00pm j Lexington llJt uin lVam S Winchester Tain lspin S nonm t OilMtSterliMg linn U 0 To ami nWpm i 1h Hade hiu lOKamj 7 J5pm New York JOSpm STATIOXS LvNewVorit S MJUE Philadelphia ill 2 Kim TSljm MtSterling 712am 1 l j m 5 SOttm 21Spm Winchester 7 STain 43Spm ArLexington S lnm 5 16pm 7 ill Ktami Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone GEOW JtAUNBYo rA LEXINGTON KY Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILL2 NORTH EOUD Number 10 Pans except Sunday 610 aia-c Number fi Stop IdWpjn Number Daily Flue Number 2 dout stop 3 ri5ffpni SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops when flnged llU aim Number Daily ll JiamNumber J Daily except Sunday st3Fi pant Numbers ltlJ Hi UHOUL BIH CAPITAL 3 15000000 SURPLUS JlO 00000 LANCASTER A President Jso E STOUMES Vice President- S C DENXV Cashier J F ROBIXSOX JR Asst Cashr R T EMERY DIRECTORS Sam IDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno S Stormes W IIKinnaird BEAZLEY Teeth extracted without pain intheIte Presbyterian church For Congress We are authorized to announce lIon George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth did triet IS lam Ar rtNpm l I S Wpm lJl1 ant tin Fjf KY 4 R W S DENTIST t aOpm l11 i4 itt l ula7Gpm usltiunton t tttm tiUtuit S tea T Dssrr Book neoper Ipr LIVERY r SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTO N Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat structing the exhausted digestive is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can it in in permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all otherresults of imperfect digestion Prlce50canal Large size contains 2 timessmall size Book dy Prepared by E C OtWiTT CO Cfclcaa F P Frisbi It Iod l aidsNature rellevesand t L organs a