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I EfcVENTH YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter 25 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR if tnttn trot 30 15 LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCTOBER a r ri e ht NUSBA AFTFRNIIN JUDGMENT Points This Way Follow the of Satisfaction and Youll Land Here as Certain as Fate We are ready to supply your wants anything you nerd in our line for Fall and Winter wear such as Genl Dry Goods Dress Goods French Flannels Outing Flannels Comforts Blankets Curtains Hosiery Underwear Skirts Carpets RUgS JacketsCapes Trunks Shoes Clothing Hats Shirts Neckwear BootsOvercoats and Items INDUCEMENTS To Trade Here Courteous Treatmen Prompt Service Posi tive Satisfaction and i a saving of from to to 25 per cent Dry Goods Co J t F f fo Caps Mary Other 15 The Logan r 1 y fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy 1 eeeeooeooeeeooeoeeoeoeeeeeeoooeoooeeeeeeeoeeeeeeoooee or St A slight shower fell Monday night the first rain in two months Have you read Riehms ad on another page fail to read it It you are in need of furniture go J A Beazleys where you can get best goods for the least money ces easiest terms call and investigate Harding Richm at Harris shop Mr Ward has had the walls on his pool lined with a heavy coat of cement This was pretty expensive but its money well spent Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf organ It saves many a child You can make no better investment Riehm Many subscribers came in and paid up Monday It takes a lot of cash to get a paper and if our friends furnish the fuel we cant keep up received a car load of Prime Cypress Shingles get our prices be fore buying We keep Lime and Ce ment on hand at all times J S flfiNOu SON 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 H Ward oc4tf A Word To The Farmer We are in the market cfr Wheat and will pay the price for same at all times If you have wheat to deposit for your own use deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Son Rooms For Rent Having rented the residence of Mrs Nannie B Anderson on Danville St opposite the Presbyterian church for the year laoi I desire to rerent some three or four of the rooms furnished or unfurnished Call at my ollice for information Dr II M Grant Big The Queen Crescent route advcr tises elsewhere in THE RECORD a grand excursion to Cincinnati on Oct 20 Exceedingly 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 First Class 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 satisfac tion Shop adjoining new hotel Pub Square J R Payne tf Think About This Before making your purchases read the advertising columns of THE REC OltD You will see what the mer chants have how they are selling them and what are the latest novel ties A man who advertises his bus iness shows thereby that he wants to keep up with the procession of pro gress that he wants to sell you goods and furthermore that he has som thing to sell of which he is not asham ed of Think about this A Fine Speech One of the best political speeches delivered in Lancaster during the present campaign was that of Col Da vid G Colson at the Court Houselast Thursday afternoon Col Colson is a gentleman whom it is a pleasure to listen to and his speech was highly complimented by all who heard him He has many warm friends in Lancas ter who are delighted to see him re covering his health and strength He spent the night at his sisters B Moss on Lexington street and left Friday for Harrodsburg Col Colson is a gentleman with whom is a pleas ure to associate A Dry Town For the past week Lancaster has been as near a dry town as it is pos sible to have under a local option law there has been any drunkenness those enjoying their cups have re mained off the streets kept quiet Mr Turner has done effective work and the ladies are to be congratulated on their recent warefare on the tigers There has been no shooting on the streets at night and after ten oclock tile town is as quiet as a country grave yard Keep up the good work and give the law breakers no quarter When Mr Turner was appointed he went to each suspicioned and told him that he had best draw in horns for if any more booze was sold the seller would be landed hind the bars and that in short order i V TTT YO TT Ha din ont Possession Make home attract with a piano Harding Last Friday y- are lie and man his be e B C pestSr outdone mst market Excursion Mrs I toe 6 rey be to of of of as had you no on is ty Hot Chocolate with whipped at Frisbies Drug Store There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday at 11 a m and7 p n Holton Frank will preach at the Christian church first Sunday in November morning and evening On and after October 4 I will have 200000 Brick for sale sep273t R M Dillehay when you can get pripesO K on a 1 kinds of Vehicles Saddle ect at Conns Carriage Shop If you call for flour at any of the leading stores in Lancaster and they havent got it order it direct from mills H C Potts BuckeyeKy We have the largest line of winter buggy ever shown jn Lancaster be duplicated W J Romans Ring Lost Plain gold between Hiattsville and Silver Creek Initials II W R on inside Reward for return to Wilson Rice Marksbury Ky Now is the time to buy a c or road wagon cheap overstocked and do not want to carry them through tbp winder W J Romans There was not a pound of ice in town Monday Its strange all the dealers will pick upon the same day to out An ice plant in Lancaster would be a paying investment if placed under the charge of a hustler Card of Thanks I wish to tender my sincere thanks the many kind friends who by word and deed showed such tenderness and sympathy to my wife during her late illness May theirs be the richest blessings of heaven Henry Kulman Take Notice For some unknown cause some of our brands of flour have been misrepresented our brands are Minors XXX Patent Garratora Straight Queen Household Low Grade Try our flour and we will guarantee every sack it J S Minor Son 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 I have just my office refitted and prepared I will ask you to call and see me before buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat J C IlEMrniLL Do you need a drill If you do ask anyone who has used a Superior Disc 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 guaranteeJ Six to football team came over from Stanford Friday and went against the the bulge on the visitors which so couraged them they did not permit the Stanford kids to make a point It was a pretty game and enjoyed by a large crowd The Stanford boys are nice fellows and there was no scrap ping at all An Earnest Colored Preacher Rev James Halley a wellinformed colored preacher has been preaching the streets in Lancaster for the past two weeks He preached several times in the Court House and was lis tened to by a crowd He has been holding services every morning at six oclock on Battle Row and in prayers and talks urged that the denizens of that notorious resort to turn from the evil of their way and try and live like decent people should He asks THE RECORD to say that he has never been treated better than in Lancaster and under lasting obligations for favors received Court Day L- An average crowd was in town Complaints of the drouth were heard on all hands and many said they were driving stock for miles to water Business with the merchants was fairly good but the continued warm weather caused trade with the clothing men to be rather dull for November court Notwithstanding the fact that the election is only two weeks off not much talk on the was heard Most of the crowd heard the speaking and each orator was listened to by many of both par ties The tigers having had a bow knot tied in their tails no drunkeness was noticed save from the few reg ular drunks who celebrate each coun court by tanking up Taking it up one side and down the other it was a rather tame day for the time of year r T wvYIYV Look here stop h h1 prices rness Putts bes selected r es Uu prices cannot buggy are before as atone Nothing- A Lancaster lads The home boys Monday subject Ii ere 2 payi lg a d We amt gen we the pay to fill Full line Ladies Misses and Chil drens Patterns at The Logan Dry Goods Company We serve wafers with all our hot drinks Frisbies Drug Store 2t Call and see our pianos organs in E VV Harris store open I have a nice room in my residence to rent Apply at once to Miss Lena Bright tf Best accommodations by Nicholas ville Stage Line RICE BENOE aug30tf Thos Stone has bought of John W Miller thirty acres of land near town at 30 per acre Setter dog pup half grown white and black spots short tail Return to J W Hamilton oc25tf Lumber Just received fifty or sixty thousand feet nice dry pine boxing and R G Ward Only a few days left before the 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 Bradley to Spook Here ExGov W O Bradley will speak in Lancaster at one oclock Monday Nov 5 the day before the election The local republicans are making great preparations for the event Great Bargains 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 Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W HAKUIS Collector 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 octll3t H C Sutton Lancaster We are here to stay and as our work is our advertisement of course cannot afford to do any kind but very best Hair cutting and shaving done in the latest and best styles Call on me Henry Duncan in New Hotel tf To Town TaxPayer The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to now as it will be later on The penalty will soon De added tf JAS PEAKCE Collector On county court day Oct 22 I lost out of my buggy my dark blue blouse waist trimmed in red braid between the Public Squars and Baptist church on Richmond It has the private trade mark of Crutcher Starke Louisville Ky II M Grant they will receive a Lucien McKee Grant Oct 23 1900 Protection at Last l According to some of the latest laws newspaper publishers cause who take a paper and refuse to pay for it to be arrested for fraud Under this ruling also any one who allows his subscription to run along for a time unpaid and then orders it postal card to the publisher is liable arrest and fine the same as theft and other i Change In the Stanford Journal I Col W P Walton has sold the Stanford Interior Journal to his broth er E C The change took effect Monday morning and judging from fl Tuesdays issue Ed will maintain the reputation the Journal enjoys of being at the top notch of Kentucky papers THE RECORD has no better or more highly appreciated friend than is Ed and if our hopes pan out he will be successful in every sense of the word Plenty Of Oratory Public speakers were as thick in will be fiddlers in perdition Owing to a death in his family Senator Joe Blackburn did not his appointment and Messrs W J Price of Danville and Wm Smith and Richard Miller of Richmond his date in the forenoon A large crowd heard them and they were loudly cheered and complimented on their arguments in behalf of both state and national At one oclock Hon Wood G Dunlap a Lancaster man now of Lexington spoke on behalf of therepublican and we have heard many on his effort All the speeches were free from the blood and thun der usually prod into such speeches and nothing abusive was used by j either The crowds were orderly and attentive and nothing occurred to create the least excitement I s aId Lost framing Notice penalty a shampooing somewhere return may individuals postmaster crimesEx filled democracy former ticket compliments 1 v stn street C reward for has er per for has him We sell JapALack J Try Frisbies Hot Soda it is som thing new f 2t You cant afford not try our Hot Drinks Frisbies Drug Store Chicken feed for sale by H A B Marksbury Son This is an extra good quality of feed Now is the time to plant Dutch Bulbs We have a large variety for sale O C Heberling Come in to today and select you a heating stove from the largest line in town J R Haselden We have just received a big lot of job stock and can give you close on printing of all kinds THE RECORD One house on long also one house lot for rent W JRomans For Sale Twenty good feeders 1100 lbs 20 good 750 lb steers 10lltf W McC Johnston Clay Green the colored musician recently fallen heir to several hun dred dollars by the death of his fath who owned some property in the nothern part of the state Save A Few Dollar Come to see me Monday and leave your order for or an overcoat at 750 1000 1200 or 15 Quality wear and fit guaranteed M D Hughes Agt New Store Mr R H Batson has opened a large stock of clothing gents furnishing goods boots shoes etc in the room adjoining his present dry goods store James Smith and J B Jennings are the managers Always The Lowest Our best first patent flour per sack Imperial 2nd patent flour sack corn meal old corn bolted 60c bushel granulated sugar 15 lbs 100 Banner brerd fresh every onhandeery I To the Public Notice is hereby given the public that Mr O E Heberling the florist been placed in charge of my brick business and is authorized to make contracts collections etc Call on for brick or wood oct183t R M Dillehay I C Th 2t estimates For Sale payments asuit 55c 50c per son and lot and Why buy a readymade you have one made 0 your for TEN DOLLARS J Ci Hemphill We have Hot Chocolate Beet Tea Clam Boullion Chicken Bullion and Do not fail to see my of Winter Suits made to TEN before stock is broken XJC HEMHHILL Setter dog pup halfgrown white with liver colored ears short tail Re ward John Anderson oc25tf Frisbie has his Hot Soda in blast it is delicious try it Quick sales and small profits is the motto at Conns Carriage Shop Just received another fresh car lime and cement Get our before buying J S Minor Son Fill your cistern with by using the Haselden Filter Keeps off disease J R Haselden Remains Closed The owners of the new hotel must be sawing a tremendous amount of wood as they will say nothing as to its prospects of being opened New Telephone Connection Mr Bastin tells THE RECORD that connections can now be had from the local exchange to McCreary Stone Simpsons Buckeye Houses Stapps and Bradshaws 2t There was much complaint on lack of drinking water here Monday When it is almost impossible for stores to get a bucketful of water jhat would come should fire break out Be careful with your matches and matter Try It Here A woman in Easton Penn was fined 5025 for uttering seven ty oaths or 67 cents for each oath If this law was rigidly enforced against Lancaster cussers the town would soon be one of the wealthiest in the south As Lancaster has no local tailor will say to those who have been buy tog from the local tailor that if they will give me their order for a suit or overcoat from The Tailors of Chicago I will guarantee the same satisfaction thaf they have gotten from their local ailor or it will cost them arid at prices much cheaper than they lave been buying J C water sUit n can measure DrugStorefine or DOLLARS the combustible recently now tQgive them nothIng HE In rites pure he measur Lose Royal IPIIILL Superior Disc Drills Superior 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 J A BeazleyCo Disc Harrow s Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets Pont Wait Too Long To see our elegant line of Boots Shoes Hats Wraps 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 Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward all LIne ot Telescopes AtLaw 1 Clothing jl SEE OUR GOODS NOTE OUR PRICES Then Buy Elsewhere If 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 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 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 f f ffYou f rn f3 FOOTWEAR 0 fm m Ii Robinson cr i l 1 o 0 E3 the- o D 0 0 Logani 6 HARDING UIEEM Largest Wholesale and Retail Dealers in IPianos AND Organs In Central States Have permanently located there 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 eo n Ove man Salesman f 1 X J X X I 1 I IV w 01 J Jj ID tjllffl Jj Wf jjJL Yllllflll I I I I I t 1 I J 71fjfllJl l 0 0 J l 9- t r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT 25 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY 00 J fig r ir = f rsxs ONE YAB IN ADYANCB Six MONTHS jJo THREE 25 HAKKSBURY Corn is selling in this community at 175 per barrel Ralph Anderson bought a pony in Lancaster Monday for 15 T I Herring bought of Will and Perry Long a fine calf for 25 Several weeks ago Mrs Jas Parks was so unfortunate as to burn fin ger while ironing In a few days it became so inflamed that She was to have it amputated by Herring We hope the danger is past On last Saturday night the house occupied by Mrs Lane an estimable widow lady was burned It is the fire originated from the kitchen stove All her kitchen and diningroom furniture were consumed There was no insurance she has the sympathy of the entire community in her loss Mrs Wm Kuhlman died at herhome near here Thursday Oct 18 Her remains were interred in the Mt Oli vet cemetery She has been a great sufferer for many was a pious Methodist lady a kind and af fectionate wife and mother She leaves a husband and three sons to mourn her loss None of her sons were permitted to be with her in her last hours two of them being in the Philippines the other in Indiana We extend sympathy to the bereaved ily Miss Kate West visited the home folks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Margaret Sutton visited friends in Lancaster Saturday Messrs Fred Kemper and Nixon Perkins and visited Mr and Mrs J S Johnson Monday Little Miss Irene Aldridge who has been several weeks with her aunt Mrs J R Haselden in Lancaster returned home last week Everet Barker of Mt Hebron spent Sunday with Mr J T Barker During the day the boys were play ing with some powder which explo ded burning Mrs Barkers face badly This should be an example to all young boys PAINT LICK Wheat sowing about completed Miss Jennie Parkes will leave next month for Texas Preaching at Fairview every morn ing at 830 and evenings at 730 A fine preacher every one invited We must look out boys all of our girls are going to marry and Paint Lick will be rather dull this winter Reports of Mr J E Simpson of Teaterville a store near here Everybodyespecially one are in hopes he will his plans as a gentler man will imprpve any town Quite a crowd from Paint Lick at tended the Shnmann Concert in last Saturday night Among the crowd were Miss Elveree Wallace and Mr Joe McCormack Miss Jennie Wallace and Mr Jiim Rucker Miss Mary Lear and Mr Tomlinson and others Miss Lucile Ramsey lasjust returned from a visit to her sis ter Mrs John Frank in Danvlile Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the pub tic to know of concern land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The pre prietors of Dr New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing itlies absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on McRoberts druggist and get a free trial bottle Regularsize Sue Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded r ldF her compelled supposed monthsshe fame families spending J J J r e Lancaster I lathe R E out one C and 1 P was a of of of Parish Boler sold thirty nice hogs to Lawson Fox for 460 J P Ballard and Frank Thompson have been to Mt Vernon on business Mr Thomas Stigall and Miss Lucy the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs Bryant Ballard were married at the home of the brides parents last Wednesday night May happiness and prosperity attend them through life James Roberts of Pulaski county here first of the week on business Mr and Mrs W H Cummins have been in Louisville the last week goods and attending the Masonic Grand lodge Mr and Mrs Sutton Rockcastle have been visiting their daughter Mrs A J Thompson The meeting closed at the Baptist church last week without any visible result though doubtless much good was done W C Cummins John Kennedy and several others attended the speaking at Danville Saturday WALLACETON Delayed Letter The infant son of Albert Corbin and wife died on the 13th inst Mrs Samuel Todd died on the 11th inst after a brief illness She leaves husband and two small children who have the sympathy of the com munity On account of the serious illness his wife Rev J R Howes failed fill his appointment here Sunday but Rev F Grider who was pastor here more than thirty years ago both in the morning and at night The quarter of a mile of pike lying ing in Garrard county and connecting the one running from Paint Lick through our town with the new one just being completed from Berea to the county line was put in good con dition last week by Esq Parsons and a crew of men The one running thro town is receiving dressing this week STONE Mrs Wm Teater is improving very much and we hope she will soon be out again Mr and Mrs Ellis Math ews have returned from a few days visit with her uncle Mrs Wooldridge Anderson county Mrs Mollie East spent Friday with Mrs Ellen Littrell Mr and Mrs Floyd Curtis visited his mother Mrs Elzina Curtis Kirksville Saturday and Sunday Messrs Norman Grow and Floyd Sanders attended the republican speaking at Danville Saturday J M Johnson will close his term vocal music at Scotts Fork night The Sunday school is gressing nicely at Scotts Fork and ivAilinno if winter Miss Jewell Sanders spent last Wednesday with Miss Edith Montgomery of Jackson Hesdames Amanda and Lena Benton of Mad ison visited Mesdames John Sagaser and Polina McHuerry last week Mrs Anna Stone of Judson visited her sister Mrs George McQuerry last week BRYANTSVILLE Mrs Elizabeth Lane of Illinois is visiting her mother Mrs Mr and Mrs Airman Isttle son of Jessamine spent Sunday with the family of Porter Dunn Mr Joe Balk of High Bridge Dies dames Kincaid and Sandusky of Nich olasville spent Monday with Mrs Ben ton Susan Johnson Burgin is spending the week with her sister Mrs Sadler Mr Patton and Jeff Dunn made a business trip to Lexington Tuesday Jeff Misses Ball and Bertha Ham visited relatives in Jessamine last week Miss Ethel Rice of Rich mond is the guest of Miss Bessie Pat ton Mrs Zulette Stout of Texas is visiting her sister Mrs Mote Robinson Mrs Carter isthe guest of her daughter strong has returned from visiting her Sisters in Jas King and daughter Bessie visited Misses Tillett in Lancaster Saturday B Jennings visited relatives here and at Danville Saturday and Sunday a and buying I M pro may continue so t Sp Holcomb Mrs rrsH Ballard WIlmore Mrs PREACHERS ILLE liedpica Sum durln Barnet c da g the more t ham Arm the set w Of ed tal GUNNS CHAPPEL The measles are raging in the school Mr Allie Daley is very low with consumption Madam Rumor tells us of another wedding that is to be near us this week The slack water from Lock 8 has been quite an advantage to the ferryman at this place Rev Bivens of Nicholasville will begin a protracted meeting at Gunns Chapel next Monday night the 29th A two weeks series of meetings con ducted by Rev Pike and Kuykendall closed at Buckeye Sunday night there twentytwo additions twenty of were baptised at the mouth of Paint Lick Sunday afternoon Mrs John Long and daughters Misses Susie and the of Mr and Mrs Bob Long Sunday Miss Lucy House returned Wednes day from a visit with her sisters at Athens Fayette county Miss Bet tie Broaddus has been visiting friends at Buckeye and attending the Miss West of Sulphur Well guest of Miss Hattie Jones Mrs Herod Ray is visiting jelatives in Indiana and Illinois McCIlEABY Misses Emma West Mollie Hen dren and Ethel West visited Miss Lillie Warner Saturday night and attended preaching at Buckeye Sun Bessie Gulley froni Friday until Mon day Cronley wife and children and Miss Prewitt relatives in Burgin last week Mrs Emma Sutton entertained four preachers last Wednesday Revs Irnnrtrm church and Pike and Kuykendall from the Buckeye church Mrs Ben Ham visited her daughter at Somer last week who has been quite sick but Mrs Ham reports her very much improved Miss Bertha Burn side is with her sister Mrs Addle Lackey this week JFIATWOODS Mrs Martha Schooler and little Jimmie Route Saturday at H Purrs Johnny the snialj G W Elams is very sink at this writing Mrs Jane Woodall is very low with pneumonia The life work of Miss Bettie Bell is done After weeks of continual suf fering the worn and wearied body has gained the rest she so patiently await For days the Death Angel seem hovering very near and on Sunday mayof eternity She was fully prepared to meet death and passed away firm In the Christians belief of a blessed hereafter where sfckness and sorrow never come r TC Men Fall Victims to stomach Jiver and kid ney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache headache and tired listless run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could take I can now eat and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at R E McRoberts drug store every bottle guaranteed There is one good thing about a man with trouble on his mind He doesnt break into your office with and song It is human nature for a man to look number one but the young widow always looks out for number two Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little of thing that ever was myde is Dr Kings It New Life Pills Every pill is a sugaa coated globule of health that chan ges weakness into strength listless ness into energy brainfag into men pewer Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only lot per box Sold by R E McRoberts It Buckeye ofwere whom Cora were guests meet- Ing n andvisit- ed Bruce and Crouch from the nervousness whistleIn out for I Y Leo last reel r N r v the for cup Of one feet ej the the the was ing to as es in H son the MMMMO IMMICOCB8 0 MM The battleship Kentucky sailed on her long trip to China The Lexington Elks Fair cleared 2595 this year The railways in this country about 4000000 people with their families Japan imports about 300000 bales of American cotton and 500000 of Indian cotton a year Hon John Sherman the distin guished statesman died at his home in fell with Hanna at Auburn Neb but the only casualty was a broken leg for a boy At Frankfort Leonard Bromley aged eighteen shot and killed his brother He claims the shooting accidental The business men of ganized to push a movement to build a railroad from the town to intersect the C and O A ship canal from to is under consideration capital and brains will be utilized if the project is undertaken J M McKnight former President of the defunct German National Bank was convicted at Louisville of embez zling the banks funds guilty being verdict on both counts of the B A Fushon a Deputy Uniten States Marshal and T D Taylor a notorious moonshiner ef Kentucky engaged in a duel while Taylor was re sisted arrest and both men were mor tally wounded At the Kentucky Gun Clubs shoot the State championship and silver in Paris was the winner over twenty contestants Ward made a per score of twentyfive live birds A sad leaf in the history of tele graphig communication is encompass In the story that never before have there been so many messages sent dead as at Galveston ofdispatches have been sent to who were destroyed by the recent hurricane The jury in the case of Henry Yout pey at returned a verdict of guilty and fled the punishment at imprisonment for life in the motion in arrest of judge meet was made and sentenced february His attorneys now it is said endeavor to have The Grand Lodge of Masons at a session in Louisville decided to buy a farm of not to exceed 250 acres for purpose of establishing thereon a home for aged masons to be known as Old Masons Home There is a fund of 50000 for this The location left entirely with the committe which has fhis projept in charge Why cannot Lexington get this bpild Thomas F Lane soninlaw of Sen atorelect Jo C S Blackburn tired a bullet into his brain while preparing retire for the night The deed was done in the presence of his little dau ghter at rbout 1115 p m Mr Lane expired in about tljirtpfive minutes after firing the fatal shot The Core oner upon the statement of Mrs Lane to the manner of his death and state of health for some time issued a certificate of suicade He and wife Lucille were married about six years ago Mr Blrckburn was very fond of Mr Lane The deed caused a pro found shock to the people of Versaill where the Blackburns live Much sympathy is expressed for the family The Masonic Grand Lodge in session Lpuisyille elected the following officers William C McChord of Springfield Grand Master A Harry Bailey Cynthiana Deputy Grand Master John W Landrum Grand Scalar Warden Owen D Thomas Lebanon Grand Junior Warden John Leathers Grand Treasurer H B Grant Grand Secretary H R Cole manGrand Chaplain Joseph T David Grand Tyler James A Hodges Assistant Grand Secretary The Com mittee on Old Masons Home alsp made a report and suggested the pur chase of 200 acres of lard to pry design of the home This home hot old Masons wjjl be lopated out the near some goodrsi ed town Gov Beckham has signed House Bill No 19 which provides as amend ments to too election law that paper f sufficient weight and thickness shall be furnished by the Secretary of State to county clerks for ballots and providing a penalty of 500 fine or six months imprisonment in county jail clerk fails to use paper furnished the preservation of both voted and spoiled ballots for six months after an election or in case of contest until contest is settled the lacing of a circle instead of a square under the ballot making it a felpny fpr a clerk by to fa to plaPP tile haPe pf a party nominee unkgr deviQ pf that party and punishable with three years penitentiary requiring a person whose right to vote is challenged to make affidavit that he is entitled to vote etc etc Was the ball that hit GBSfeadman Newark MJchM in the Civil War caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Sale cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boll Felons Corns Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth box Cure Sold by R E McRoberts fag druggist or iten 7aJillot rrp I support WashingtonThe London Southampton American indictment LouisvilleSaturday JQ Ward persons Georgetown nary A deferred untils- will him tried for lunacy op n ned k1ely The fiRa a guaranteed GENE AID N iS Owingsvil Thous pen had in- State Bn6 Skin 25c r r 1 He of give held ry A ly was my Let the now the Im with Cy is abhor that what soap er The this est ty One the Qther A devil slew The who builds upon the sympathies the public will likely take a fall before the accretion of many years experience Sympathy is proper when merited but in too many instances the sentiment is trifled with A Missouri editor says We ex pected to have a death and a marri age to report this week but a violent storm prevented the wedding and the doctor being sick himself the patient recovered and we are accordingly cheated out of both The Kentucky Masons will alone more than onethird 25000 of the 100000 necessary to entertain the Knights Templars of America at the trjennial conclave to be in Louisville August 27 28 29 and 30 1901 The Grand Commande Kentucky Knights Templars will glue a check for 10 000 new minister walking down the street encountered a little chap vain trying to ring a door bell which too high above his head Wait little son said the good man me ring for you and he gave bell a vigorous pull And what my boy he said Now said boy run like h 1 Thats what going to do We when we say we love God our whole soul utter mere words it is a sound without sense Ye learned to speak thus in our infan and we continue when we grow up without knowing it To love God to obey faithfully his laws it is to sin To love God is to love all Jesus Christ loved it is to hate he hated Fenelon Varnished wall paper has many ad vantages and especially in a dirty smoky town for it can be washed with and water and be perfectly clean without any expense For halls bath rooms and childrens rooms varnished or painted walls are recommen the former is especially durable and if the varnish gets shabby anoth coat may be applied After a case of infectious illness in a house where expenses have to be considered one appreciates a varnished room walls once washed with proper disinfectants the great expense of re pairing is saved The first outlay in treatment of the walls is decided ly heavy but it yields excellent inter An important suit between the Sheriff of Laurel county and the coun is on trial at London While the amount involved is not more than 2000 the issues to be decided are of interest to the Kentucky taxpayers of the points to be decided is whether or not any tribunal except Fiscal Court can give the Sheriff gredit for his delinquent list novel question raised is wheth can be distrained for poll taxes The sheriffs contention is that he has no riifht to levy upon the worth of personal property allow pd a man a family for his and that he should be given in his settlement with the county for persons a3 delinquents Accordingly he returned nearly one third the taxpayers of the county as delinquents north Missouri editor who first studied baseball rules when a Sunday school boy enters into the following antiquities of the national game The was the first coacher Eve stole first When Isaac Rebecca at tjio she was waking with a pitcher Samson struck opt a Rood many when he beat the Philistines Moses made Abraham made a sacrifice made a home run David was longdistance thrower and Moses shut out the Egyptians at the Red Sea wastwentyeighth often topaper ded fully An propertyhousekeeper g50 with poll credit all such met well EgyptIans prodigal tax Abel son u AJ y L 5 2i i 1 end last Early Care of Teeth Will preserve their soundness and their usefulness teeth should be examined frequently the DENTIST all irregularities of growth cor reoted and decay arrested is done here with satis factory results Our charges are moderate for work for children or adults Amalgam fillings for 7octs that will 20 years A good set of teeth 500 DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government Bujld in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night prolong Thiswork dent j Chi Yr ldretlS SPECIAL SALE OF Fine Dress Goods We have now on sale a special lot of fine all wool dress goods at lower prices than such goods were ever offered any where Some of them are just one third of their value We recommend these strongly for skirts and for childrens clothes 100 yards of 36 inch wool plaids in dark rich winter colorings 25c a yard 125 yards ofstrictly allwool Homespun plaids in grey and blue mixtures 36 inches wide reduced from 5oc a yard 49c a yard Twenty pieces of assorted dress goods which have been selling at 1 to 175 per yd In this lot are genuine Scotch mixtures plain dark Cheviots Black plaid serges and fine all wool plaids in Tartan and trench styles all 45 to 50 inches wide Black Dress Goods We have almost every desirable weave in black goods Nothing in the lot except allwool and silk mixed Prices range from soc to 3 We are always ready to show goods and prices against any samples you have Dress Trimmings We are showing an unusually fine line of new dress Cluny and Arabian Lace bands and Allovers embroidered in Mefin gold thread PanneVelvet and applique on Gold cloth back and gold thread These come in both white and black Lace and applique ars and revers in white black Millinery We have made a hit with our New York hats In style and quality they are far ahead of any line ever shown in this see tion We have theKnoxagencyand the agency for Phipps Atchison renowned walking hats These two concerns set the styles tor this country and you will find that their shapes will always be good for two seasons Our dressy hats range in price from 82 to 1800 Be sure to ask to see the hats the first time you are in Ready To Wear In this department we easily lead this part of Kentucky We not only have the greatest variety but also have the best styles and sell them cheaper We are now showing more than forty styles in mantailored suits ranging in price from ro to 35 They are in Blouses Etons Box fronts and tight fitting New seperate Skirts and walking Skirts in great variety from 4 to 1000 Petticoats in silk and Mercerized satteen from 125 to 1200 each Shirtwaists in silk and French Flannels from 250 to 10 French Flannels You are sure to want one and we would like for you to see our line before buying We imported most of our designs di rect fromFrance and are showing designs which know no one else can show you We sell all patterns at 75c a yard Fine Furs We show the latest shapes in Boas Scarfs and Collarettes in Martens Minks Seals SablesFoxes etc ranging in prices from 150 to 3000 t 11 Ja 15e a yard trimmings Taff- etas Taffeta outlinedwith cot andcream g ft Dlle Y t S 1 antv111e t I WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE I t I IflIm Ei C I E s IEriIS b i e s Ebar aC ffJ JllIJ S I m 3T MILLINERY We are constantly receiving new hats in all the NOBBY SHAPES and prices lower than ever before Give us a call and we guarantee you a more stylish hat for less money than ever bought in Lan caster before Very Respectfully NOEL SISTERS I 01 01 1 0000000000000000000000000oooeo0oo00000000000000 01 oeoeeeee o0ooeeeocooooo00000000000000oooood CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY OCT 25 1900 AIJOOT people R Graham Price was in town Mon day Dave Logan of Danville was among the court day crowd John Anderson of McKinney is friends in this city Geo Harris now telegraph operator at Carlisle was here Sunday Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford is the guest of Miss Kate Simpson J M Logan was in the cities more winter goods this week Misses Ballou of Stanford have been visiting Mr II M Ballou and wife Miss Whitley Murphy of ville has been visiting Miss Bessie Batson Miss Bessie Marksbury is in Niche lasville visiting her friend Mrs Chas Denman Mr S C Denny entertained a few of his friends at a stag supper Wed nesday evening Mr and Mrs Durham and children are visiting the family of Dr I S Wesley Richmond street Mr J Randolph Harris wife and baby of Turnersville were visiting Mr E W Harris and family Mrs Fisher Gaines after a few days visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Theo Currey has returned to Rev H N Faulconer and wife of Hillsboro Ohio are expected this week to visit Mr Mason and family Henry B Hackley who holds a position with a railroad m New Mexico has been in the county this week visiting friends Mr J C Siler now with the Union Stock Yards Cincinnati was here Monday and tells THE RECORD he is making quite a success in his new Richmond Davison of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Bessie Turley Mrs Ann M Broad dus of Garrard county was the guest of Mrs M E Finnell Wednesday Harrodsburg W O Goodloe has received and accepted a call to the pastorate of the Presbyte rian church at North Vernon Ind and will go with his family to that place in about two weeks Danville G B Swine broad of Lancaster was in Danville Wednesday on business Miss of Hustonville has been visiting Mrs Archie Robinson on Lexington street returned home yesterday Capt 1m Davis and wife of Frankfort Wm Sellers and wife and R C Farris of Lexington D B Ed minston and wife of Crab Orchard and several others from a distance at tended the funeral of Miss Ella Wat son Wednesday TilE RECORD office was honored a call from all the newspaper boyf here Monday They Messrs Bol Cunningham and Geo Keller of the Danville Ed Walton of Stan ford Journal and Joe Waters theStanford Democrat n jV 1 I 10 00 DO 00 00 0 DO 0 J visiting purchasing Danville B responsible RegisterMiss DemocratDr NewsMr Hopper i News p OOOt 0ee r I J r W I 7 4 I were t o- fT l r is few has of Of Gen D R Collier has been at home for a few days Miss Stella Huston visited Miss Bessie Gulley Sunday Miss Anna Noel of Danville is vis ting relatives in this city Mr Jerry Respess has returned to his post of duty in the South Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned from a visit to Paint Lick friends Miss Bettie Powell of Houstnoville the guest of Miss Mattie Thompson Rev Charles Reid and family Denver Col are expected next week Miss Altie Marksbury entertained a friends Tuesday to a six oclock dinner Miss Lizzie Hood of Junction City been visiting her aunt Miss Hood Mrs Sam Haselden is visiting her parents Mr Duncan and wile of Nicholasville Miss Nellie Dillon attended the ElsenorMiller wedding at Nicholas ville Wednesday Miss Allie Anderson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Thos Browning of Lexington Mrs S D Rothwell of Dripping Springs was in town mingling with her many friends Saturday Aunt Minerva Bedowaged 94 years of Marksbury is visiting her grand daughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn Rev R R West wife and children of Washington D C are the guests Mr John K West and family Mrs Sam Wooldridge and daughter Miss Mary of Denver Col arrived Saturday to visit Mr T W Reid and family Mrs J H Irvine of Louisville is visiting relatives in this city She is the widow of Prof J H Irvine well remembered here Messrs Jack Rout A S Price Miss es Mary Bruce and Pearl Burnside of Stanford formed a party to hear the Schumann Concert Saturday evening Mrs Wood G Dunlap of Lexington accompanied her husband to this city Monday and visited at Judge R MrTCole Gulley has found it neces sary to return to Colorado on account bad health and advertises his property for sale in this issue He will remain in Garrard long enough to vote Madam Rumor says about Thanks giving there will be a surprise wed in the The bride is one most popular school teachers and thegroom a commercial gentleman whose headquarters are Lexington Miss Francis Collier was the charm Ing hostess Friday evening at cinch party Those present were Misses Mae Hughes Carrie Currey Altie Marksbury Messrs Joe Shugars John L Anderson of Wash ington City and Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville Many Lancaster friends will regret to learn that Dr W N Bush and fami ly will shortly move to St Louis to reside No family stands closer to the hearts of our people than they and their departure is regretted on all We are glad to note an im prjvement in Dr Bushs health and it is hoped he will soon be fully res Cored to his strength v Ode Emma Lexington w drug Marksbury neighborhood of Garrards a lands 4 Robinson former Films PrintingPaper We would be pleased to you inspect our linehave call and now man The day had ville ted of in hat a man and to by to ties ed gie A in CUPIDS CAPERS KICECAKMEN The following from the Lincoln Democrat will be interesting to Garrard county friends of the parties A wedding that surprised everybody was that of Miss May Etta Carman and Mr John A Rice at Hairodsburg Wednesday at high noon when Rev J F Williams united them in wedlocks holy bonds The bride had been visiting her sister Mrs C C Sink in Lexington The groom met her when the train arrived at Burgin yesterday and accompanied by Miss Nellie Murphy the daughter of Mr W H Murphy and Mr Joe H Rice they drove to Harrodsburg and the ceremony was performed Miss May Etta Carman Mrs Rice is the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs A C Car and is a wife of whom her hus band is justly proud as she combines loveliness of face form with a dis position as sweet as flowers in Mar groom is a fine young man a prosperous farmer with friends as numerous as any young man in Ken that she is sure her son has won a jewel The brides parents did not know until this morning that they a brand new soninlaw The young couple and their attendants drove to the home of the groom evening in this county near where they are at house to their friends HAIIKISFAULCONEK A very pretty wedding celebra yesterday evening in the parlor the Glendon Hotel at Richmond when Miss Nancy Harris was united in marriage to Mr Joseph Faulconer The ceremony was performed by Rev H N Faulconer of Hillsboro Ohio the presence of a few friends The bride wore an elegant blue tailor suit and gloves to match Miss Grace Kinnaird who was maid of honor wore blue suit Mr Lewis West was best bride is very handsome accomplished and will make a good helpmeet to the man of her choice The groom is one of our pop ular business men They were driven this placetoday where an elegant dinner will be given in their honor the grooms parents Mr Joe Faul coner and wife THE RECORD many congratulations LiaKHVff MlLljl lK Mr Joe A Elsenor of and Miss Mary Rosales Miller accompanied by a few friends drove Nicholasville yesterday and were married at StLukes Catholic church A brilliant reception was given by the brides paronts Mr and Mrs are wellknown and many friends extend congratulations Mr Wm A Ray and Miss Myrtle Nave both popular and well connect drove to Danville on Wednesday and took the marriage vows BOGIELEAVELI Miss Mary one of our most popular teachers and Mr Jasper Bo were married on Wednesday The Ballots According to the instructions sent is out by the Secretary of State regard the printing of ballots Dem device is placed at the left of theballot and is stated as A game in the act of crowing The or der of the others is as follows Next the device of the Republican party Cabin next the device of thePeoples Party The Plow and Hammer next the device of the Prohibition party a Phoenix next the de vice of the Social Labor ticket AnArm and Hammer next the device The principal difference in the ap Pearance of the new ballot is thatstead of the square around the device which the ballot was stamped there is an inchdiameter under the device Under eachof the six devices are printed the w names of the candidates for preslden b tial electors and the of thecandidates for Governor er ge m I I oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooo i many contracting attractive mid offthat was The extends Nest Virginia yesterday wing cock Harm 0 1 Red RAYNAVE c Lea ell theocratic for 000000000 m he is piest who out sue I to I for Now but and give cure shall and that cure some you call each And Or And But near will was and shell the of see wl J10RG- w ooooo oo o The Happiest People Some smart man who knows what talking about says The hap people in the world are those keep out of debt out of politics of office make an honest living by honest means hum bly serve the living God quietly per theeven tenor of their way and neglect no opportunity to do good To Tho Trade desire to state that after three months hard work I have been able secure a FIRSTTCLASS LINE OF MERCHANT TAILORING from Which can make you a an OVERCOAT the LOW TRICE OF this is no READY MADE STUFF STRICTLY MERCHANT TAILORING made to your INDIVIDUAL MEASURE a PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED IN EVERY CASE Come and see this line before buying J C HEMPHILL Buggies Surries Roadwagons Saddles Bridles etc at reduced prices This is no scheme to induce you to trade here but I would rather each patron a bargain instead of offering a price where only a few se them I desire and my efforts always be to handle such goods make prices so interesting to you it will not require a price to your patronage so stop and one must pay for prices and if buy you help to pay for them So at Conns Carriage Shop where one secures a bargain Tlio last Warning Don t buy cheap coal and loose your And all the time be fussing But buy Red Ash and pay the cash stop the cook from cussing buy Blue Gem the storms to stem save all further losses Dont cough and sneeze and sit and freeze buy your coal at ocll4t JOHN C MOSSES UpToDate In Every Respect When in Lexington drop in McGurk and Spears on Main street car center where you find the most choice line of fruits cigars in the city Their ice cream parlor is the most popular in Lexington and their facilities for serving oysters cannot be If you want to serve fruits cream or other delicacies call them up by and you will be supplied promptly One of this firm Spears at the battle of San Juan Hill with Capt McFarland of this city when the latter was hit by a They All Want Him Monday we heard several visiting newspaper men talking about the wonderful accuracy of THE RECORDS valued typo Capt F J White and all expressed a keen desire to have him with them The daily work of Capt White is something remarkable and were it nut for his protests we would frequently publish some of his per formances He will be eighty years old his next birth day is as of going to set the entire paper in one day but thesteady click of his stickas even as the click of a clock He lessons the latter day knowitall ti captains rise Many days he about two inches this column White is the complete thrashing herrt 1 TTll I Kentuckians he once liked a told us that lie finally arrived atage when he sense enough to a uuy owould not mix very long so he at once cut it off has never touched a drop since He says when he hears asay he cant quit he feels like cutting an elm and applying itwill do the most dv is Capt Whites friend years ofpeace healthy and plenty yely was ne half the at apt older 3 jy work t notoriety SUITor Harness soul streetS etc telephone as a man of fifty He attributes h s wonderful health to steady habits and plenty ofsleep He work injerks in he raised up under the old time of doing things and when printers waste type make stump speeches at the case and me lighting pipe it makes gOI sets three galleys a galley is leaded brevier going to work seven and at three Ono remarkable about ave s that dram and a re it h j lot hOCAh shun TEN DOLLA th equal li goat or jump a oc the t man an inks led his Ray lock very Mounts Flash Powders j dence son until fail year the dren Pope Was day ed al by a Rev had 1889 she been was and man Wm Part and lea The GRIjVI REAPER 3IRS PRUDENCE POPE After a lingering illness Mrs Pru Pope died at the home of her W H Pope on the Danville road Saturday She had been a woman of unusually good health and strength a year ago when she began to She was in her seventysixth She was a lifelong member of Baptist church and a devoted worker therein She leaves six chil W H Andy Elijah LauraLe venia and Mrs Rebecca Estis Mrs stood high in the estimation of those who knew her The funeral held in the Baptist church Mon morning at nine oclock by Rev Mr Wolford and the buri was in the Lancaster Cemetery SIRS HENRY KUHLMAN Died near Bryantsville Mrs Hen great multitude of friends and relatives to nit Olivet church where L Robinson conducted thefuneral 3IISS ELLA WATSON On Tuesday morning a telegram to Mr W McC Johnston announced the death of Miss Ella Watson at the hospital in Lexington on Monday evening at 630 oclock The remains were brought here on Wednesday and buried in Lancaster cemetery by the side of her father and mother who died many years ago Funeral servi ces were conducted by Rev Henry N Faulconer now of Hillsboro Ohio Deceased was 35 years of age a of the Presbyterian church and a native of this county Although she been absent for several years she been post master in this city from to 1893 the duties of which office discharged faithfully being very intelligent It is stated that she had treated for several years and finally died of heart trouble 31 T WAUNE The Easton Penn Express says Mark T Warne of No 5 Centre coc Stamford Conn where he had been staying for some time Mr Warne had been in ill health for three years Eleven weeks ago he was with paralysis His condition gradually grew worse until death en The deceased man was a native of Broadway N J When a young man he came to Easton and eugaged in the mercantile business Subsequently he interested in the coal business in Phillipsburg and still later engaged pulpMrone daughter Mrs R K BUCk of this city and by one brother Warne of near Belvidere N J Years ago Mr Warne took an active in politics and was one of the leading Democrats in that locality A Few Word to Bayers Having been in the merchantile in Lancaster for many years studied the wants of the people Garrard county we are enabled to put before them a stock of goods forth our best efforts taken more time and been more careful than ever This will be an advantage that our customers will All the latest styles in dress goods are on our shelves in great We takepleasure inviting you to see these as are unquestionably theprettiest and best ever Wfi have found in a firstclass dry store The new fall does goods introduce a wonderful of English and German productions in wool and silk and wool Among the leading fabrics are faced Venetian Pebble Boucle Scotch Tweed Suiting Drap de Milan Satin Granite Suiting Camels Hair Zibaline and many others Call at our store see these lines andwill be convinced that we section J JOSEPH ooou conduct- S painfuL member neighbors died Saturday evening at 745 at attacked IS business delight materials Lancaster all the latest designs ladiescorsets in 4 e ooeoooooo o o Qo e 00oo0o0eo000000 Its Pa you are w in nn ek the BOTH PARTIES CAUGHT REPUBLICANSAND DEMOCRATSo- fGarrarcl County have caught on to the fact that ROYAL TAILORING is the Acme of Perfection and are casting their votes with us ROYAL TAILORING is made to the individual measurements of the man who buys the way he wants it made the Hoods se it is made to satisfy every time We have MORE THAN 500 new fresh and Domestic and Overcoats just received from THE ROYAL TAILORS Chicago U S we take delight in showing them to all who appreciate elegance and neatness in dress Our PriceFor ROYAL TAILORING are great deal usual prices for the same high quality of service and guaranteed to equal local tailoring in every respect We can convince you if you will come and see us J C HEMPHILL OO OO OOOOO JC Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand B o ci IK McROBERTS DRUG STORE GO TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine Sta of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 LILLARU STDUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danyille AND SUNDRIES Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of ou fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped Purest and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided overbyexperienced men Garrard County Friond Always Welcome STOUT itmade lectsand Imported Aand lessa lessthan I AT STO ES I STORE FOR RUGGISTS Paints I 0 from H s DooQoooc QOOOOOOO loner Qr RUGS a wib the t f R n ANCERCannot be Out Out or Removedwith Plasters Surgical operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless dangerous and besides never cure Cancer No matter how a cancerous sore is another conies at or near the same point and always in a worse form Does not this conclusively that Cancer is a blood disease and that it is folly to attempt to cure deepseated dangerous blood trouble by out the sore which after all is only an of the a place of the poison Cancer runs in families through many generations and those whose have been afflicted with it are liable at anytime to be stricken with the deadly malady Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood To cure a disease like this you must cure the entire every trace of the poison Nothing cures Cancer effectually and permanently but S S S S S S enters the out and removes all taint and stops the formation of cancerous cells No mere tonic or ordinary blood medicine can do this S S S goes down to the very roots of the disease and forces out the deadly poison allowing the sore to heal naturally and permanently S S the same time purifies the blood and builds the general health A little a harmless looking wart or mole a in the breast a cut or bruise that refuses tov heal under ordinary treatment all be with suspicion as this is often the beginning of a bad form of cancer Mrs Sarah M Kceslinjr 941 Wial or ire Bristol Tenn writes I am 41 years old and for three had suffered with a severe form of jy Cancer on jaw whichthe doctors in this said was incurable and that I could trot more than six months I accepted their statement as Vw true and had given all of ever well again when bottles the sore began to heal much to the surprise of the physicians and in a short time made a complete cars I have in is splendid sleep is in factam enjoying perfect Our medical department is in charge of physicians of long experience who are skilled in and other blood diseases Write for any advice or information wanted we no charge whatever for this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA 6A painfuland cuttingor ancestors bloodsystemremove Sat l lookedupon co SS ears m l e gist knowing condition recommended S S S taking a few health r t z l A Nashville man raised peaches weighing one pound each Work brains and manure make the farm rich as well as the farmer The bark of the tree is thickest on the north side and the most moss on it Trading is pretty dull in all of stock on account of scarcity of waterMr Robert West told the RECORD Monday he had bought in this county 300000 pound of hemp at 5 Peaches and grapes bear only one crop of fruit on the same wood New wood must be had for every crop of fruitThe supply of sheep seems to be none too large and killers have lately been taking many that feeders would be glad to get A Missouri farmer has gone into the business of raising quail He says the birds are mare easily handled than chickens and fare more nrotita ble 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 lm Dealers say the price of hogs will be exceedingly stiff this fall The will be large at home while the foreign demand will be better before A good layer has a small head neck and back and a wedgeshap ed body The eyes are bright and the combs and wattles are of a bright red She is energetic and active starting at every sound or motion with an elastic spring 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 Liver Tablets Price 25 cents free at McRoberts drug store Experts who have examined rye straw are of the opinion that a very high grade of paper not only adapted to newspapers but suitable for books as well can be made from that mate rial of which Louisiana thousands of tons that are now rid of as a waste product The Lexington track now these honors The fastest mile ever trotted to wagon The Abbot 203J the fastest mile ever trotted to driven by an amateur driver Lu cille 207 the fastest mile ever in a race over Lexington track 207 by Charley Herr and the fastest mile everpaced by a two yearold Alice Mapes in a work out 209 made at the recent meeting Besides this Boralma trotted in 208 and the fouryearold gelding record of 208 made by John Nolan in 1898 For three days and nights I suffer ed agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M 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 for a bot tIe of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and doses relieved me entirely remedy is for sale by R E McRpberts druggist im Danville Advocate Capt T D English reports that the sale held the executors of the estate of R and A E Logrn decd yesterday was well attended and everything sold The farm containing 600 acres was bought by Joe 58 per acre for A E Hundley and R Cobb who will divide it Cattle weanlings to cows brought 20 to 75 per head horses 40 to 101 pair of mules 305 ten shares of Huston j byD at ni branches demand thane er along and Samples wagon trotted filly E Lowther clerk t I d S 1 l go hold tie r thr Tb well McAlister fro lle Bank stock sold at 161 per Kentucky Fair Association at 2085 Columbia Printing Company at 1050 Do not get scared if your heart troubles you Most likely you suffer from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia 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 C everything else has failed It may be taken in all conditions and cannot help but do vou good F P Frisbie Honey bees have no king and only a queen to rule and govern The drone is the only male bee in the hive and as soon as the honey harvest is over his children kill him in the hive or drive him out to tramp and starve He wont work or fight for the rights of the family or contribute to its sup port and is served right Some men should be treated in like manner On ly one bumble bee lives through the winter and she makes her home down under a mullen plant or fence rail and lives by her own lone self all winter and when spring time comes she comes forth from her lonesome winter home to take a first sip from the first spring flower and goes then to work to fix her houseto raise a fam ily of children to fertilize the clover and fight tresspasser boys of Sunday evenings It Happened In A Drug Store 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 the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recommen dation for the remedy It is for sale by McRoberts druggist lm Horse Hint Bad breaking of a colt will spoil the The average form horse will the presence of hogs sheep and poult ry but the well kept thoroughbred does not enjoy close companionship with other creatures The utterly broken down old farm mare is not in the least likely to breed fine hardy vigorous colts The best driver is the one who gets the most work out of a horse without exhausting him When hard work Is required of hor ses start in moderately and let the an imals take breath as often as they seem to need it The horse that is used carefully in the forenoon will do more plowing in a day than he can do if he is forced too much in the early part of the day Dont use a stoneboat horse to draw your milk wagon Dont hitch your light carriage horse to your hay or wood wagon New York Farmer best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe F P Frisbie lm Some people are better when they are sick than at any other time We have seen the frail infant when the faint struggle for existence seemed almost ended resuscitated and made strong by the use of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents C C E Stormes lm When a man begins to raise the dev il he always lowers himself share Central Curedigests IJ HOne R E pertendure- s isThe J fOR EXPECTANT MOlDERS Friend is notknown or used Pase Oomot andwhere the vlrtuesof Prfend teknown It Childbirth of its terrors Every womanit friends of it whether Mothcrs Is all ruUists or can heseat byexpress paid on w celttor priceO100per4otlle ookbuMoUgad yollUltar testimonials should send It to her rncnds THE IIRAHPIELB REGULATOR CO AtlaBtaGa It r 1 5 Dyscoti fa Ea dDi Pain herwhere Y rot sl 3 i Saferu Mother S in the world Immbdar application roh5 Should tell nowortwt a L woman 1t = The following glowing tribute to Rev Graham Frank who now is pastor of the First Christian church in that city Rev Graham Frank who was unanimously elected in June last to the pastorate of First Christian Church Disciples of Christ Berks and Mervine streets will enter upon his duties on Sunday next Mr Frank is the eldest son of the late Rev Joseph Frank and was born in Cynthiana Ky March 19 1873 He spent his boyhood on one of the most beautiful farms in the Blue Grass Regin of Ken tucky TIe was educated at Garrard College Kentucky and took the uni ersity course at Kentucky University Lexington Ky His theological was had in the College of the Bible at Lexington Mr Frank has been pastor of churches at Kirksville Glas gow and Nicholasville Ky and Ful ton Mo lie was married March 9 1899 to Miss Emma S Lucas of the late Rev C S Lucas of Allegehney Pa Mr Frank is a man of fine address and a forcible and speaker The church to which he has been called i will be is the one that had for its pastor during many years the Rev Allen B Philputt former President of the Pennsylvania Society of the Christian Endeavor For sprains swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Pain Balm Try it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist lm New Election Law The legislature finally agreed upon an election law last Friday and it will become a law this week It will not be put in effect until next year the election this fall will under the regular Goebel law with a few little changes therein Elsewhere in this issue TILE RECORD gives a description of the ballot and mode of voting this time The main features of the new elec tion law are the creation of a Board of Election of two be appointed by the Governor from the two political parties to hold their oflices for one year The Clerk of the Court of Appeals shall be exofflcio a member ot and chairman of the Board This Board stall appoint a Board of ElectionCom missioners in each county to consist of one from each of the two great par ties the sheriff of each county to be exoilicio a member of and chairman of the Board The County Boards shall appoint the officers of election two judges a sheriff and clerk giving one Judge party and selecting the sheriff from one and the clerk from the oth er Vacancies in the list of officers steal be filled by the County Board This Board shall have the right to canvis the returns and award certificates of election Contested elections are to be tried in the Circuit Courts In the case of an officer voted the people of the entire State the contest shall be tried in the Franklin Circuit Court A contest for Gover nor and Lientenant Governor shall be tried by the General Assembly to the provisions of the act Here We Are The Cincinnati Store 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 Money Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising fair treatment I give you a invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me when you come to town CIMHATI BARGAIN STORE s lorA remembered The however and to r 0 r training daughter attractive Chamberlains beheld Commissioners teach to- by according heipet P1ieI y cordi as 50 it F Couldnt Translate It We received a letter recently we were unable to read We failed to de termine the nationality of the writer The only words we were able to make out were Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin cures indigestion McRoberts drug store 1m What an awful change it must be fcr the iceman when he dies A stitch in time saves nine and dose Coussens Honey of Tar at the m beginning of a cold will save you many weary hours and even days of distress ing and harassing cough Price 25 and 50 cents E Stormes A gift with a string tied to it is a great drawback to charity Cornhuskers sprained wristbarbed wire cuts and sprains or cuts from any other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 25 and 50c C C J E Stormes 1m Men who preach by the yard usually practice by the inch A new remedy for biliousness is now sale at McRoberts drug store It called Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if given soon as the first indication of the disease appears Price 25 cents per box Samples free 1m A fair exchange is no robbery un its a church fair Happiness depends very much on condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little impression on those whose digestion is good You can regulate your liver and kidneys with Herbine and enjoy health and buoyancy of spirits Price cents C C J E Stormes 1m The man who makes the most about giving up his seat to a in a crowded car alwwys does so as reaches his destination 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 P Frisbie lm Many a man who doesnt know enough to go in when it rains still knows enough to raise the best he can get his hands on 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 lm Nothing disgusts a man so much as to arrive at a meeting place fifteen minutes late and find the other fel low has not arrived aInments the digestion is weak the mak ing of color flesh and strength out of food is imperfect so that the patient is weak man nervous and dyspeptic This condition can be corrected by taking a course of Herbine Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm Icecream may be unhealthy but the motives of the young man who tries to prove it to his female is apt to be misconstrued There are thousands of people suff ering untold torture from piles be cause of the popular impression that they cannot be cured Tablers Bnck eye Pile Ointment will cure them and the patientjiwill remain cured Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 72 cents C C J E Stormes lm The difference between meddling and investigating is that you always investigate while it is the other who meddles Neoga Ill Oct 14 99 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello 111 feel it my duty to ex press to you my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has done for me I was completely run down with a complication of stomach disorders For ten months I could not work and was treated by three eminent physic ians One insisted upon operating on me declaring nothing short of an 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 en joying the very best of health 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 To The We are now ready to you our Fall stock of the Hitaest Millinery Ever displayed in Central Kentucky We exercised great care in selecting these goods and they are the Newest Patas be seen anywhere All latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect Sallle D Tillett at 1 W C C J less the lady DeWitts coughing fellow GentlemenI operation Inever it iesl show VelJ Utoalthe c s S C display umbrella anyone Lad Am PUBLIC SALE Saturday November 3 00 my residence at sell to the and best bidder the following property horses 1 extra yearling colt 5 milk cows 3 calves 1G extra cattle SO hogs good two horse wagon 1 pony phaeton farming implements 0 good ewes to Southdown buck a lot of hay in barn lot of chickens and all my household and kitchen furniture Sale begins HI 10 oclock a Terms made known on dny of sale Bourne Auctioneer T C GULLE V JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Smryor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO R KINNAIRD INSURANCE RejresentiDifollomsCoiHjanies PalatineNational Hartford German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercliaiitile Aetna Lift IllS Co of HartforlConn PUBLIC SALE I will sell to the highest and best bidder on Wednesday Oct 31 At my residence near Point Leavell Ky the following property G cows calves 10 yearling heifere 2 4yr mares 4 work mules a lot of brood sows and shoats Also all my farming implements consisting plows disc harrows mowing machine binder hay corn crusher etc etc Terms known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock a m J A DOTY Point Leavell Ky i i ior myhealthJ I Engineering and I I AetnaQueen I of I highest ahead s t Conneti CUt I mad t iu For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond und Copper Creek pikes in Uarrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits awl garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jas N Denny Point Lcavel or with me at Uich mond Fine Farm jbr Sale I will sell privately my containing 312 lt acres situated 1J4 miles south of Bryants ville There is n splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good burn ice house granary atid all other necessary out buildings Neverfailing water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place is welt suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange HENRY KUHLMANN 920 tf Bryantsville Ky ALL KINDS OP REPAIRING Done on snort 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 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 needed about 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 S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Oflice In Building Danville street oppo Itt Presbyterian church For Congress county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth tract W K DENNY 28 juneU OOOOOOOOOOO Coo 0 0 000 o coooo I I I ROOFINGGUTTERING I II II 1 i i I I i i i I I J B Collier 1 i 1 I everything W the Bookout George Y far AIiR I7 1 0oooeoooopooooaoaoooeooaooooo0 di New Rival Leader Repeater Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells 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 i I WINCHESTER I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork tfo 98796 at 2 Money due a time of service Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike J A ROBINSON ff A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILECURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUTPAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES 3M lid Mali Strut ST LOUIS Hd DRUG STORE F NLWD I I silt tsr TUR VIES ie f OCO1 i1LEL 15131I ITfflS MTIOML BANK OP LANCASTER Y t Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Go rante d J K IIiQGiNBOTHAit Prealden- Lxwis Y LBAVEIL VicePrealdem- B F HUDSON Cashier W O Assistant Caahi- OD WALKKK DIRECTORS JMHISSINBOTHAH LEWIS Y LlAVlLL T M ARNOLD B F HUDSON J J 4 Rio y Bookkee PALHBP LOCAL TIME TABLES r OF J F ROBINSON JE Asst Cashr Burtons Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 AM Northbnd Mixed 3 5 PM Northbnd Passgr 252 A x Sauth bnd 12 S3 AM CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway TIme ln efct Jnly 151900 LvLonisville 830am 6t0pm Lexington 1121 8 lam 550pm Winchester 11 57 am 9 18pm 850amC20pm MtSterliaR 12i nn 94ipin 925am 650am IMOpm Philadelphia 1015am Oopm i 1240an 08pm STATIONS LvNewYorlc 8 Dam 5 UOpm Philadelphia 10 20am 731pm Washington i 15pm 11 10pm MtSterliDK 7 12nm 4 10pm 5 50am 212pm Winchester 7 Slam 433pmfi22um ArLexington 5 10pm 7 OOum SSOpti- iArLonis ville 111 00am S 00pm Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY trains run daily For reservations or information write or telephone UEOWJJARNEYo PA LEXINGTOHKY t I i Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 atn Number 6 Daily Stop lot pm Number Dally Flag 356 am Number 2 dont stop 3 16 pm SOUTH BOUND Number I when Haged 1116 am Number 5 Daily 1112 am Number Daily except Sunday 755 pm Number Midnight till H42pin T o m M jam i05II1D- ArWashlll tou it ew 9 WES O j rpm 812am slet 3I493 THE NATIONAL ctr r V STATIONS l BANK CAPITAL 15000000 Jto 00000 SURPLUS LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STORMK8 Vice S C DENNY Cashier KY th PresIdent-s R T EMERY BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran JaB Spllman Alex R Denny A Jno S Stormes W HKInnalrd Taken Up As Estray Throe weather sheep one black and two white Came to my about July 28 Own have seine by proving paying expenses This Oct J 1900 3t J F ADAMS V ESTRAY Red steer good stock weight about MO or COO lbs came to my place about two months ago 3t JAMES CLARK C Robinson er can property iid c I LIVERY 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 It digests the food and alder Nature in strengthening and digestive ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all otherresults of imperfect digestion tinea BnaUslxa Book Praparcd by E C OtWITT A CO CfelMe F P Frisbi Kodol reconstructing organs Is the latest digest Prlce5OC and Itall seiledirea u r i CACER A Nashville man raised peaches weighing one pound each Work brains and manure make the farm rich as well as the farmer The bark of the tree is thickest on the north side and the most moss on it Trading is pretty dull in all of stock on account of scarcity of Robert West told the RECORD Monday he had bought in this county 300000 pound of hemp at 5 Peaches and grapes bear only one crop of fruit on the same wood New wood must be had for every crop of supply of sheep seems to be none too large and killers have lately been taking many that feeders would be glad to get A Missouri farmer has gone into the business of raising quail He says the birds are mere easily handled than chickens and fare more profit ble 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 Dealers say the price of hogs will be exceedingly stiff this fall The will be large at home while the foreign demand will be better before A good layer has a small head a long neck and back and a ed body The eyes are bright and the combs and wattles are of a bright red She is energetic and active starting at every sound or motion with an elastic spring When you have no appetite do not relish your food and feel dull after cat you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Sam pies free at McRoberts drug store Experts who have examined rye straw are of the opinion that a very high grade of paper not only adapted to newspapers but suitable for books as well can be made from that mate rial of which Louisiana produces thousands of tons that are now got rid of as a waste product The Lexington track now holds these honors The fastest mile ever trotted to wagon The Abbot 203J the fastest mile ever trotted to driven by an amateur driver 207 the fastest mile ever trot ted in a race over Lexington track 207 by Charley Herr and the fastest mile by a two yearold Alice Mapes in a work out 209i made at the recent meeting Besides this Boralma trotted in 208 and fouryearold gelding record of 208 made by John Nolan in 1898 For three days and nights I agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M 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 for a bot tIe of Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely This remedy is for sale by R E druggist im Danville Advocate Capt T D English reports that the sale held by the executors of the estate of R D and A E Logrn decd yesterday was well attended and everything sold well The farm containing 600 acres was bought by Joe 58 per acre for A E Hundley and R Cobb who will divide it Cattle from weanlings to cows brought 20 75 head horses 40 to 101 pair of mules 3G5 ten shares of d waterMr fruitThe demand thane fer v wagon Lucille till suffered E clerk Cholera 1 branches 1 wedge sha rah ever paced tithe Lowther McRobe k McAliste toper Hustonki p its rat able Cannot be Out Out or Removedwith PlastersSurgical operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless painful and dangerous and besides never cure Cancer No matter how often a cancerous sore is removed another comes at or near the same point and always in a worse form the poison Cancer runs in families through generations and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at anytime to be stricken with the malady Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted tip One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is of the blood To cure a blood disease like this you must cure the entire every trace of the poison Nothing cures Cancer effectually and permanently but S S S S enters the out and removes all taint and stops the formation of cancerous cells No mere tonic or ordinary blood medicine can do this S S S goes down to the very roots of the disease and forces out the deadly poison allowing the sore to seal naturally and permanently S S S at the same time purifies the blood and builds up the general health A a harmless looking wart or mole a lump in the breast a cut or that refuses to heal under ordinary treatment should all be looked upon suspicion as this is often the beginning of a bad form cancer Mrs Sarah M Keesling 941 Vialor See Dristol Tenn writes Iam 41 years old and for three had a severe form of ft Cancer on jaw whichthe doctors in this city said was incurable and iJw C that I could not more than six months I accepted their statement as f true and had given all of ever well again when my gist knowing condition recommended S S S a few x bottles the sore began to heal much to the surprise of the physicians and in a short time made a complete curt I in my appetite is splendid sleep is in fact am enjoying perfect Our medical department is in charge of physicians of long experience who are especially treating Cancer other blood diseases Write for adviceor information wanted we make no charge whatever for this THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA dangerousblood adisease bloodsystemremove I eV sufferedwith r 5 s fr 4 ssssn a Bank stock sold per tral Kentucky Fair Association at 2085 Columbia Printing Company at 1050 Do not get scared if your heart troubles you Most likely you suffer from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Curedigests what you eat and gives the worn out stomach perfect rest It is the only preparation known that completely digests all classes of foods that is why it cures the worst cases of indigestion and stomach trouble after everything else has failed It may be taken in all conditions and cannot help but do you good F P Frisbie Honey bees have no king and only queen to rule and govern The drone is the only male bee in the hive and as soon as the honey harvest is over his children kill him in the hive or drive him out to tramp and starve He wont work or fight for the rights of the family or contribute to its and served right Some men should be treated in like manner one bumble bee lives through the winter and she makes her home down under a mullen plant or fence rail and lives by her own lone self all winter and when spring time comes she comes forth from her lonesome winter home to take a first sip from the first spring flower and goes then to work to fix her houseto raise a foul ily of children to fertilize the clover and fight tresspasser boys of Sunday evenings 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 Grandin 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 the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy 1 consider that a very good for the remedy It is for sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Horse Hints Bad breaking of a colt will spoil the finest pedigree in the world The breaker is born not made The average form horse will endure the presence of hogs sheep and pout ry but the well kept thoroughbred does not enjoy close companionship with other creatures The utterly broken down old farm mare is not in the least likely to breed fine hardy vigorous colts The best driver is the one who gets the most work out of a horse without exhausting him When hard work Is required of start in moderately and let the an imals take breath as often as they seem to need it The horse that is used carefully in the forenoon will do more plowing in a day than he can do if he is forced too much in the early part of the day Dont use a stoneboat horse to draw your milk wagon Donthitch your light carriage horse your hay or wood wagon New York Farmer The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe F P Frisbie im Some people are better when they are sick than at any other time 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 im When a man begins to raise the dev II he always lowers himself at 1G1 shareCen support is recommendation perfect horses r E Only to fOR EXPECTANT MOlDERS DIsc notknown or used Ease Oomot allll Satvwhere the virtues of II JIIotberrs Friend Me known It liniment in the world that byoutwardn of its terrors womanrcannot tear tt should tell friends of it whether needed now or not tt 1 W iaud voll1Atuy tcstimonWs Leery wowm should send It to her rlendsTHE DR4DFlELBRBGIiLA a CO Atlanta t kaI4 r rp where 1othtr s Friends it application Toby i r Metherns Friend b alt Ihu ts ma 6esent 5T express paid on rtcelt of pricer ton 6a- J C A Former Lancaster Boy The Philadelphia Press pays the following glowing tribute to Rev Graham Frank who now is pastor of the First Christian church in that city Rev Graham Frank who was unanimously elected in June last to the pastorate of First Christian Church Disciples of Christ Berks antI Mervine streets will enter upon his duties on Sunday next Mr Frank is the eldest son of the late Rev Joseph Frank and was born in Cynthiana Ky March 19 1873 He spent his boyhood on one of the most beautiful farms in the Blue Grass Regin of lie was educated at Garrard College Kentucky and took the course at Kentucky University Lexington Ky His theological was had in the College of the Bible at Lexington Mr Frank has been pastor of churches at Kirksville Glas goo and Nicholasville Ky and Mo lie was married March 9 1899 to Miss Emma S Lucas ter of the late Rev C S Lucas of Allegehney Pa Mr Frank is a man of fine address and a forcible and speaker The church to which he has been called be is the one that had for its pastor during many years the Rev Allen B Philputt former President of the Pennsylvania Society of the Christian Endeavor For sprains swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Pain Balm Try it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The New Election Law The legislature finally agreed upon an election law last Friday and it will become a law this week It will not be put in effect until next year howeverand the election this fall will be held under the regular Goebel law with a few little changes therein Elsewhere in this issue THE RECOKD gives a description of the ballot and mode of voting this time The main features of the new law are the creation of a Board of Election Commissioners of two be appointed by the Governor from the two political parties to hold their offices for one year The Clerk of the Court of Appeals shall be a member of and chairman of the Board This Board shall appoint a Board of ElectionCom missioners in each county to consist of one from each of the two great the sheriff of each county to be exoilicio a member of and chairman of the Board The County Boards shall appoint the ollicers of election two judges a sheriff and clerk giving one udge to each party and selecting the sheriff from one and the clerk from the Vacancies in the list of officers shall be filled by the County Beard This Board shall have the right to the returns and award certificates of election Contested elections are to be tried in the Circuit Courts In the case of an officer voted for by the people of the entire State the contest shall be tried in the Franklin Circuit Court A contest for and Lieutenant Governor shall be tried by the General Assembly to the provisions of the act Here We Are The Cincinnati Place io Ton New Store New Goods New Prices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving The Worth of Your Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me when you come to town CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE f to f 0 w I Kentucky university training Fulton h attractive itwill remembered Chamberlains election exof1 cio parties other Governor according helieB you people Money daug can Sb 1 vas 1 is as F is C a Couldnt Tnmslntb It We received a letter recently we were unible to read We failed to the nationality of the writer The only words we were able to make out were Dr Syrup Pep sin cures indigestion McRoberts drugstore 1m What an awful change it must be fcr the iceman when he dies A stitch in time saves nine and 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 A gift with a string tied to it is a great drawback to charity Cornhuskers sprained wrist barbed wire cuts and sprains or cuts from any other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price iio and 50c C C J E Stormes 1m Men who preach by the yard usually practice by the inch remedy for biliousness is sale at McRoberts drug store It called Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if given soon as the first indication of the disease appears Price 25 cents per box Samples free 1m A fair exchange is no robbery its a church fair Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and The ills of life make but little on those whose digestion is good You can regulate your liver and kidneys with Herbine and enjoy health and buoyancy of spirits Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The man who makes the most about giving up his seat to a in a crowded car as it reaches his destination It is well to know that DeWitts 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 P Frisbie im Many a man who doesnt know enough to go in when it rains still knows enough to raise the best he can get his hands on When you cannot sleep for cough ing 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 im Nothing disgusts a man so much as to arrive at a meeting place fifteen 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 C C J E Stormes 1m Icecream may be unhealthy but the motives of the young man who tries to prove it to his female friends is apt to be misconstrued There are thousands of people untold torture from piles of the popular impression that they cannot be cured Tablers Bnck eye Pile Ointment will cure them and the patientjjwill remain cured Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 72 cents C J E Stormes im The difference between meddling and investigating is that you always investigate while it is the other who meddles Ill Oct 14 99 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello Ill Gentlemen I feel it my duty to ex press to you my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has done for me I was completely run down with complication of stomach disorders For ten months I could not work and ale declaring nothing short of an for appendicitis would cure me A friend induced me to try Dr 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 To The Ladiesi 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 Very Newest Pains to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect SallIeD Tillett rII d II determine Caldwells dose distressing unless kidneys impression display lady does so umbrella anyone fellowail- ments making suffering because fellow Neo a physicians Cad ells enjoying Q S Anew noon C alkvkvys operation v s ett Soul m Am J Hf3 10 Having to go to Denver pn account of my I wilt 011 Saturday November 3 00 3 head horses 1 extra yearling colt 5 milk cows 3 calves 1G extra cattle 20 hogs1 two horse 1 pony fanning implements 20 good ewes bred to a lot of hey in barn lot of chickens and all household and kitchen furniture Sale begins nt 10 oclock a Terms made known on day of sale Bourno Auctioneer T C GULLE JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER ICY X DUN N NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Siroyor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen v Palatine National Hartford 5onneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile Aetna Life Ins CQjfHartforlCoBn PUBLIC SALE I will sell to the highest and best bidder on Wednesday Oct 31 At my residence near Point Leave Ky the following property G cows and calves 10 yearling heifers 2 4yr old mares 1 work mules a lot of brood sows and shoats Also all my farming implements consisting of disc harrows mowing machine binder hay rakes corn crusher etc etc Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at oclock a m J A Point Ky j c P TJBLIC SALE highestwn an m Surveyor JOHN rSON j Followin Companies 6 I I Leave r h yeurl d PESelllll C i For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying iu the forks of the Kiclunoud and Copper Creek 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 X Denny Ioiut Leavell or with me at Uich mood V K DENNY 28 junetf Fine Farm Sale I will sell privately my far containing X12 J acres situated 1J4 miles south of Bryant vine There Is a splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good barn ice home granary and all other necessary out buildings Neverfailing water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place is suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange HENUY KUHLMANK 920 tf Ky ALL KINDS OF REPAYING Done on short notice new foreman J is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store 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 needed about 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 Tff S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air In oppoIteFor Congress We are authorized to announce lion George of Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth dis trict out- buIldings r I I I I I ROOFINGGUTTERING I i I I lOur i I I i I B Collier I I everything G GIlbert I f wall Bryuntst tile 000000004004000000009040000040 ttliPl 1jI I 1 00000040009eeo e008oood40000d New Rival Leader Repeater WINCHESTER Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells 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 INew I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due a time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike A BOON TO MANKIND D BUCKEYETAB El S PILE CURE T B A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUTPAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS 3 lid Wit Strut ST LOUIS Ud STORMES DDIMJG STORE INTERNALand JAMES I FOALIAROtSh tist1 4 J O LO4NILED lS93 1d v 1 t ITIZllli- p BANTIh LaNCASTELilY j Capital Surplus Fund 85OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefnl and Prompt K HIBGINBOTHAJI Preslden LEWIS Y LEAVEU VlcePresldcni B F HODSON Casblet- W O RIOSKY Assistant Caahi- JD WALKZK Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlSeiNBOTHAM LEWIS Y LKAYILL TMARNOLD HUDSON J JVAI P Attention Guaranteed B lI i LOCAL TIMETABLES Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster AM Mixed 335 p xXorthbnd Passgr 252 A M- S3Uth bnd 1223 A M CHESAPEAKE I OHIO Railway Time In efc July 151900 STATIONS LvLonisville s50am 600pm I Lexington 1120 a m 84ram S 12am 550pm Winchester 1157am 680pm MtSterling rjiun 9ttpm t 50 urn 40pm Philadelphia Oopm rMOnni SOSpm I STATIONS LvNewYork S 00am 5 UOpm Philadelphia 10JOam 215pm 11 10pm 7 linm 4 Wpm 2 Winchester 7 43Spm am 24Bpm 30pmArLouisvHIe Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForor UEOWJJARNEYD LEXINGTON KT Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Somber 10 Daily except Sunday 609 ara pmNumberNumber2 3 uiGpm SOUTH BOUN9 Number 1 stops 1116 amNumber 5 Daily 1112 amNumber 9 except Sunday 755 pm Numbers NATIONAL BANK 1110 O J II 9 ISpm 8 lOam l25awImtoll 1015 alll 7 II S J 7 h ton ItSterhll Siam dont stop when flaged tIa ll I pm 3I493 THE North bnd o atpm Cam f I CAPITAL f5oooooo t f OF JlO 00000 I SURPLUS LANCASTER JLY A President JNO E STORMES Vice C DENNY Cashier th RDENNY President- S r I F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMBRY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Dennr A C Robinson Jno S Stormes W IIKinnalrd Taken Up As Estray Throe weather sheep one black and iwo white Came to my place about JuIySS Own have same by proving paying expenses Oct 4 1900 ESTRAY Red steer good stock weight about MO or COO Ibs came to my place about two mouths ago 3t JAMES CLARK er can b t J F ADAMS Burton 5tf 7 I LIVERY SALE ft FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatdigests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing or gans the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in In allotherresults of imperfect digestion PrteeSOcxandSl Large size coetalM 2V times Prepared by E C MW1TT A CO Ojtwt F P Frisbi Koclol curesDyspepsIa NauseaSick l It jtna11 size Book about litanedxres