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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u YEAK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clots Matter THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tltntr- tentTsNTII LOUIS LANDRA Publisher LANCAS1ER ICY 1 I p t t I ELF NUMBER 21 M fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy L 6 AAAA u i 2oooeooeoeeoeooeeoaeeeeooeeoeeooeoooaeeooooooeeooeoowoeeeoe eeeeeeeoaoo The City Ccuncil will meet Monday night Try Frisbies Hot Soda it is som thing new 2t Singing dancing and plenty of at the Opera House all this week If yon want a genuine all fur hat for 1 call on us Patterson Sympson Just received another fresh car and cement Get our prices before buying J S Minor Sou Fill your cistern with water the Ilaselden Filter Keeps off disease J R IIaselden If you want an evening of pleasure see the Williams Company now at the Opera House They give a good cleanperformance AVe have Hot Chocolate Beef Tea Clam Boullion Chicken Bullion and Tomato Boullion Frisbies 2t Tommy Crockett known the world over as the Kentucky is with Harry Wards Magnificent Min strels and sings at each performance Lancaster Wednesday Nov 7 Gov Bradley Hero Monday The republicans are making for a big blow out Monday and a great crowd is expected to be in town Gov Bradley is to be the of the day Ladles and children will see a performance at the Opera House Saturday afternoon The William Comedy Company will give a matinee prices ten and twenty cents to all parts of the house Mr Verkes ItcIsiis A Washington dispatch says John AV Yerkes Collector of Internal Rev enue for the Eighth district of Ken tucky has resigned the resignation to take effect November 1 Mr Yer kes is the Republican candidate for j Governor of Kentucky i 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 at one before you buy and you will have no other AVe sell the Owensboro wagon the best wagon made an absolute guarantee J R Ilaselden e d music Com dy Drug- Store nightingale preparations speaker splendid I I J lint pure busing N Sounder Y j We sell JapALack SJ C Thompson Matinee Saturday Go a good show We serve wafers with all our hot drinks Frisbies Drug Store 2t Best accommodations by Nicholas vine Stage Line RICE BENGE aug30tf If you are in need of furniture go to A Beazlcys where you can get best goods for the least money Now is the time to plant Dutch Bulbs We have a large variety for sale O C Heberling Look here stop paying high prices when you can get 0 K on all kinds of Vehicles Saddles ect at Conns Carriage Shop We have the largest and select ed line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster be duplicated AV J Romans Now is the time to buya buggy sur rey or road vvagdn cheap AAre are overstocked and not want to carry them through the winter AV J Romans Lost Pocket BooK Lost Saturday between Mrs Eliza Daltons and town a ladys pocket bock containing sum of money will be liberally rewarded by re turning same to this office Meeting of Bible Society The Garrard County Bible Society will meet in the local Methodist church Sunday week the 11th Full program in next issue of THE REC OUD Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure I one here C C Becker tf Bryantsville No Lights After hauling all the water to be obtained near town the light plant was forced to shut down Tuesday night The compamy did all in its power to keep the wheels turning but are now at their ropes end The oldfashioned oil lamp has been resort ed to and is proving quite inconveni ent d 9 P ces J a l rbest Our prices cannot I see ti ess d Finer SWING IT OPEN QUICK Opportunity knocks at every mans door but it does not wait for him to put on his coat before letting it in If you are not careful youll miss some of the great bargains we are offering Some classes merchandise we bought Under the Market Value and we are selling them the same way Bargains like time wait for no man Those who shop around and want to make their go the farthest always buy of l a it J a a S I ow r Yon ann k DEL Y THE lOGAN CD N r Must Be Ready Act Uuic y i x DONT Aj dolla k a We are opening new goods this week for etc Thompson the Jeweler If you attend the show this week have your wraps checked free of charge at Frisbies Drug Store Come in to today and select you a heating stove from the largest line in town J R Ilaselden We want to exchange dry goods hats shoes and groceries for eggs potatoes chickens feathers etc Patterson Sympson Do not fail to see my line of Winter Card of Thank J s Mr Editor We ask space in THE to thank our friends for their kindness to us during our recent af flictions II Pope Sisters F Mason the director of Harry Wards Minstrel Bands has brought together the greatest list of soloists ever engaged by a traveling organiza tion Lancaster Wednesday Nov 7 The speakers who expect to take part in the Contest will please send the subjects of their pieces at once so the programme can Abe arranged First prize a gold medal second prize silver medal New Telephone Connections Mr Bastin tells TIlE RECORD that connections can now be had from the local exchange to McCreary Stone Simpsons Buckeye Houses Stapps and Bradshaws 2t We must have 500 doz eggs this week and next Bring them to us and we will give you 13icts per dozen Patterson Sympson Successors to Gaines Ball As a member of the firm of Patter son Sympson I will say that I have had ten years experience in the dry goods business five years of which were spent in the largest wholesale house in this country and I guarantee our prices to be as low as the lowest should be glad to have you call and inspect our goods J II Patterson First Class Meats AVe 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 AVe guarantee Shop adjoining new hotel Square J R Payne tf We Get Many Of Em The party who has been sending us letters had better seek someone else upon whom to work their fiendish practice AVe have received so many that no attention is paid them at all There is a pretty good where some or most of these epistles originate and a dynamite be placed where it will do the most good Clean Em Out While your cistern is dry have it washed out thoroughly and then put filter over it You can do no better than get oneof Raymond Haseldens filters which is pronounced the and most perfect filter ever put on the market This will give you clean pure water and save ten times its cost in doctors bill Election Returns H C Hamilton and Geo Smith have arranged for the Associated Press Bulletins on night of the elec tion and same will be read in circuit courtroom All returns will be re ceived as soon as given out and it will be possible to see the result as soon as is known anywhere Good order will be maintained and the room kept comfortable Admission only U5 cts Opera house Rules Manager Hughes has posted the fol lowing rules for the local Opera House which will be rigidly enforced Curtain rises promptly at 8 oclock Stamping of feet whistling loud talking unnecessary noise eating peanuts loafing in the lobby not al lowed No one but employes allowed behind the curtain If you leave the house between acts please return to your seat before opening of next act Ladies please remove their hats when play commences thus confering favor upon those sitting in their rear These rules will be enforced M D Hughes Mgr Unusually Quiet We have never experienced as quiet campaign as hits been the present one in Garrard Many speakers have been here the boys would yell at the time but the racket would soon die out and nothing more be thougnt of the election til another speaker mount the raging stump If either has a finger in the pie this year the boys will be pretty careful in their tongues and guns and as to whether or not men can vote Uncle Sam is no respecter of persons and once behind his bars it will take some to get out r mid j J C HEm ILL R V V satisfaction Public ideaS bomb should keepingflourish- ing declaring c ann wedding gifts butte C DoeECORD S C C onymous tube- Less Will work l L of the a an sale to and the to of qv er is See Pecks Bad Boy at the Opera House tonight Prices at the Opera House this week are only 10 20 and 30 cents You cant afford not try our Drinks Frisbios Drug Store See Billy Myers and Bob Demorest dance at the Opera House every night this week If you want Onieta suits for GOc we have them Others ask 125 for same goods AVhy buy a readymade suit when cin have one made toyour meas ure for TEN DOLLAUS J C Ileniphill Patterson Sympson Take Notice For some unknown cause some ofour brands of Hour have been misrepresen ted our brands are Minors X X X X Patent Garratora Straight Queen of Household Low Grade Try our flour and we will guarantee every sack it J S Minor Son Harry Wards Big Minstrels The one big theatrical event of the season will be ance of Harry Wards Magnificent Minstrels at Garrard Opera House Wednesday evening Nov 7 which is greatest company ever organized presenting an excellent program Itis fact that minstrelsy has become art and every member of this com pany is an artist The entire will be seen on the streets in the finest parade ever attempted by a traveling organization the day and date of the performance Seats on at Stormes drug store The Williams Comedy Company The above is a familiar name to Lancaster people the troupe having played here a solid week last winter large and delighted audiences They opened the season at the local opera house Monday night and have been giving performances that more than please the crowds All the of last year are still with the Misses Ona Marie Fannie and Katie Williams J C T H and Williams the riproaring Tom Cody happy Billy Myers and the Bob Dcmorest are all favor ably remembered by Lancaster and were given a warm welcome Monday night C J Johnston has been added to the company and is giving great satisfaction The still add great interest to the program and show the effects of the careful training they have undergone since here last THE RECORD takes great pleasure in recommending this company to the people as their are far above the average absolutely free from the objec tional features so frequently seen on stage of today The company will give a matinee Saturday beginning at 2 oclock If you want to see a firstclass patronize this company TO ABSOKII TIlE AIR LINE Important Deal by Southern of Vast Interest to People of Tills Section As has been predicted by THE RECORD the Southern Railway will get control of the Air Line and will be a ratemaking power out of St Louis to the South With the 370 miles of road from St Louis to Louis ville and the Louisville division the Southern will be compelled to build or buy connections with their lines in the South Since they have failed to perfect a lease of the Cincinnati Southern the only thing left for them do is build the BurginJellico ex tension A prominent official of the Southern Railway intimated to the writer a short time since that the next work undertaken by the Southern would be the BurginJellico extension TnE RECOUD has been confident of this move all along and the following from the CourierJournal bears out our predictions to the letter The Louisville Evansville and St Louis Consolidated railroad company vember 22 at Ind As the Southern railway owns a majority all the it is safe to say that it will buy the road in and operate itas a part of the Southern railway sys tem It is learned a reliable source that improvements are contemplated in the and freight service particularly in road will be placed on a footing theWestGeo C Smith president and general manager of Atlanta and West has been decided as manager of the St Louis Louisville of the Southern rail vyay formerlythe AlrLinewith head Louis Mr Smith is expected to take charge as soon as road which is now in the hands receiver under the the Southern Mr Smith will also have jurisdiction over the South toLexingtonannouncement is expected in a day or two If the people of Garrard county ev expect to get another railroad now the time to make the move They can get it by giving the right of way and if this is not done or some induce menu offered it will go another route We know whereof we speak 6 i the forthcoming appear company favorites company Alfred inimitable theatergoers children entertainments I rr t rr rr rr rr rr rr W rn under rn m m thempassenger and that f m them rn rn ffi rn ffi g m II C you clean Railway taken i oft n for The specialties given by Comedy Co are strictly firstclass Come and examine our 25c line of underwear Others ask 50 and 75cts same goods Patterson Sympson Turkeys for Sale Pure AVhite Holland Gobblers Will sell ten at 150 apiece Robt Fox Marksbury Ky novltf For One house andxloi on long also one house and lot for rent J Romans those shows at the opera house this especially the ladies we wish to say that you can have your wraps checked free of charge at Frisbies Save A Few Dollar Come to see me Monday and your order for a suit or an overcoat at 750 1000 1200 or 15 Quality wear and fit guaranteed M D Hughes Agt Rooms For Rent HaYing rented the residence of Mrs Nannie B Anderson on Danville st opposite the Presbyterian church for the year 1901 I desire to rerent some three or four of the rooms furnished unfurnished Call at my ottice for information Dr H M Grant Plenty of Light In Opera House The absence of electric lights cuts no figure at the Opera House A of large lamps have been placed so that the house is as well if not better lighted than heretofore Theres one great help in this too you are not annoyed by the going out of these lamps which has proven such a heretofore Twisting Tigers Tail Jim Pearce and Dee Turner our effi cient policemen are making the way of the transgressor hard Quite a number of tiger operators have been fined this week and several auburn haired mamas darlings been forced to face the judge and testify in the ca ses Lancaster never had better or der than is now being maintained Lancaster Boys Kick Some of the Lancaster boys who played in the football game at lust week THE RECORD to beseech Eddie Walton to ponder a lit tie over his proclamation of a victory for his town The Lancaster boys say the ball lacked several feet of the line when the decision was given Stanford and the score resulted to 5 in their favor s e S le payments V For theconvenience or attending winter Drug Store number nuisance Stanford askS reaching t i leap Quick sales profits is the motto at Conns Carrjage Shop Frisbie has his Hot Soda in fun blast it is delicious try it 2t Hot Chocolate with whipped cream at Frisbies Drug Store 2t Rev Holton Frank will preach ai the Christian church Sunday and evening Chicken feed for sale by II A B Marksbury Son This is an extra good quality of feed Our line of suspenders and Shirts is complete and our prices in reach of all Patterson Sympson If you call for Potts Hour at any of the leading stares in Lancaster and they havent got it order it direct from mills H C Potts BuckeyeKy For Sale Twenty good feeders 1100 lbs 20 good 750 Ib steers 1011tf W McC Johnston Just received a car load of Prime Cypress Shingles get our be fore buying Wq keep Lime and on hand at J S MINOR SON We will sell 15 lbs best granulated sugar for 1 best corn at 9c per can best tomatoes at 9c per can and all other groceries at corresponding low SympsonSuccessors The Drouth Continues Only a few light showers have fall en lately and the drouth is ous as at last report Half a dozen large wagons are run to Dix river con tinually every day and washerwomen take their work there The mills and light plant depend altogether upon the water wagons and are being put to considerable expense Low water The flood gates will certainly open The New Ballot and How to Vote The device is printed at the top of the ballot but not inclosed in a square as formerly Immediately under the device is a circle of one inch In and under this circle is the name of the party and then follows the names of the candidates Immedi ately on the right or rather at the end of the candidates name is a small square as was on the old ballot To vote for all of the candidates of any party or the straight ticket as it is called you must stamp IN the Not to the left or right or above or below but IN it j morning prices Cement aboutseri in cisterns is causing much sickness soon diameter CIRCLE aiidsmall aIl Gimes C Superior Disc Drills SuperiorDisc Harrow 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 JR HASELDEN J A BeazIeyCo Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets Doflt Wait Too Long To see our elegant line of Boots Shoes Hats Wraps Jackets Blankets forts Under wear Furniture Trunks and Tele scopes It will be a comfort to you and your pocketbbok R L Jennings Co Leading Merchants Paint Lick Dont forget to see our premiums and get tickets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for loaned on for sums of soy Clothing Cashor upward Before Buying Your Dont Fail to Visit Our Store AJLflJLOJL fAll AND WINTER ClOTHING 1 1 St4JlQQ Q441tsl QQJtSIStlitUtllJiStklt tltARliQJtl lZl1 A1 1 L 200 Will buy a boys nice school 15 300 Buys all wool suits in black cheviot 350 to 500 will buy the best boys suits the market affords 750 Dont fail to see our special offerings in gents suits at 750 1250 We have a fine stock of fancy Wor steds and cassimers made in all the new colors suit 8 to i i 50 cts We have placed on sale five lots of heavy fleecelined shirts and draw ers at fifty cents 75cts Fine cotton underwear fleecelined shirts and drawers 100 Wrights Health Underwear the very best made shirts or drawers 100 French balbriggan underwear or drawers sizes 34 to 36 I shirts 0 WE ARE SHOWING Most Stock Mens and Boys Underwear Ask to see our Silk Plush Underwear only 3 per suit l I Com pie IN Royal m i J Lon Robtnso- n1JHH CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV z EVERY WEEK BY zotris LANDRAtf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY IN ADVANCE V JttARKSBURY s Nixon Parkins is buying corn from Perry at 165 in the heap A gentleman writes from Eastern Kentucky that he has just gathered a second crop of June apples which were as nice and tasted as well as they did in Juneand that he had seen a number of cherry trees in bloom Rev A J Copass came from Louis vine Friday to fill his appointment at Mt Hebron Baptist church Satur day andSunday He visited his broth er Rev B A Copass and family His many friends were glad to have him with them again Five of Miss Katharine school boys just entering their teens have taken a contract to break rod of rock at play hours They are progressing nicely and are mented by every one for their work of industry Mrs and Mrs T I Herring and sons Masters Fleece and Floyd spent last week with relatives at Huston yule Rev BA Copass is assisting Rev J Bruce in a meeting at MtHeb ron Miss Lucile Marsee visited her parents from Friday till Monday Mr and Mrs V D Rice and little daughter Stella V visited Mr Ed Sutton and wife Saturday Mrs J V Dunn and pretty little daughter Hazel and Mrs Sim Parks of Bryantsville Mrs Susan Burgin Miss Rose Morgan of Okla hoina and Mrs Joe Heudrickson were guests of D Aldridge last PREACHERSVILLE Jake Anderson sold a nice colt to B F Ledford for 31 J C Siler of Cincinnati is here this week gathering his J L Hutchins bought a nice calf from W M Dyehouse for ft5 J II Thompson has gone to mountains to buy some hogs Cummins and wife of Stanford was with relatives here Sunday Bird Mathena bought of B D claw his farm of 48 acres for 15 GA Siler has bought property in Lancaster and will move there soon Grandma Cummins and Sirs Hattie Hutchins were in Lancaster Monday Payne and Miss Mattie Cor mney went over to Rowland Sunday A J Thompson delivered about a car load of hogs to S Morgan for 460 Rev W M Sprinkler was hear the first of the week making arrangements to move Mr Charlie Spoonamore has rented the J F Iloltzclaw house and lots and will move first of the year James Campbell of Bell county is here looking for a farm to buy We hope he will locate in our midst J C McKee of London was here last week looking after the college work he has applied for the old church and masonic building which he proposes to use as a school building this winter and says he has arranged to commence early in the spring to burning brick for the new building which will favorable with any school in the state Whites Cream Vermifuge removes the unhealthy tissue upon which worms thrive it brings and quickly a healthy condition of body where worms cannot exist Price 25 cents C C JE Stormes 1m BRYANTSVILLE Mrs Taylor Scott of Buena Vista has bought Mr Will Christophers farm and Mr Christopher has bought Mr James Robinsons farm and will move to it soon Mrs Ella Bruce has returned from a visit to relatives in Burgin Mrs Jerry Higgins spent several days in Richmond this week Mr Ware of of this place is in Lexington for a few days Mr and Mrs Eubanks of spent Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs Perkins and attended preaching at Pleasant Grove Mr and Mrs Sweeney are visiting here Little Miss Thelma Hughes has returned to her home in Danville after spending a week with her aunt Mrs Taylor Burdett Mr and Mrs Haselden visited relatives in Danville Sunday and attending preaching at the Christian church Miss Lizzie Simpson and sister have been quite sick but are improving at this writing Miss Mary Murphy of Camp Nelson is the guest of her Mrs Johnson Mr Thompson of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs John Simpson A Life and Death Fight Mr W A Hines of Manchester la writing of his almost miraculous es cape from death says Exposure measles induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption 1 had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and dav All my doc tors said I must soon die Then I be gan to use Dr Kings New lor Consumption which completely cured me I would not be without it even if it cost 500 a bottle have used it on my dation and all say it never to cure Throat Chest and Lung trouble Regular size 50c and bOOi ties free atMcRoberfc store I s 1 tz men s bot IgOO J ONE YSAB SIX MONT B Tsars 25 J several Mrs II Wednesday e J F t t D compare building ae Hubble relatives sister after DIscovery Hundreds Trial drug m 1- T1RM9 l r Long Moore comp Johnson corn t IIol Mrs 4 recom rail of lie Was the is for of A of to KIRKSVILLE Mrs E G Helton has just returned from an extended visit to her mother county Kirksville has at last aroused itself from its Rip VanWinkle state and is analizing quite a good deal of paint now A series of meetings will begin at the Baptist church next Sunday Oct 28th The public is cordially invited to attend Hendren the popular and accomplished teacher of Silver Creek compelled to close her school last week on account of diphtheria The beautiful and loquacious Miss Mollie Hendren accompanied by Mr Burton Roberts made a flying visit to McCreary and Buckeye last Saturday and Sunday The diphtheria patients of the are improving rapidly under ellicient care of Dr Oldham who becoming quite popular and whose practice is becoming quite extensive Prof Robert Ledford of Paint Lick was at Kirksville last Sunday evening to see his best girl but alas too bad him her time was already taken Professor you must be in more of a rush next time The Philomatlean Literary Society Secrest Normal College will give an open session Friday Nov 9th The program will be quite extensive contest will be one of the leading features We are sure all who come will be amply repaid for their Prof Secrest attended the Garrard county teachers association last Sat urday and encouraged teachers by his elegant speech His subject was The Cooperation of Parents and Teacher His speech was a grand success as is everything else he Prof received the prize for being the handsomest man at the as sociation So you see Kirksville has several reasons for being proud of Prof Secrest Prof J B Secrest of Waddy Ky a splendid educator and an excellent man has opened a Normal and College in this town Prof So crest is a man of wide experience and worthy of the esteem and patronage all good peopleParents and guard ans having children whom they con template sending to school could do no better than by patronizing his school All desiring further will please address the Secrest Normal and Business College Kirks ville Ky Mr George Shepherd has just re turned from a trip to Irvine He was called there by the sudden death of his sister Misses Elsie and Bertha Brown have just returned from a trip Buckeye where they attended the funeral of their little cousin who died of croup Miss Mary Miller one of the famous East Madison visited the beautiful Miss Olive Newland at Dr Oldhams last Misses Amos Willis Annie Jennings and Lena Palmer three popular girls of visited Miss Emma Duncan in Richmond last Friday and Sunday Herbine sweetens the breathbright ens the eyes and clears the complex ion without the slightest ill effects whatever and ensuers the natural bloom of health Price 50 cents CAMP NELSON Congressman Gilbert spoke to a large and most appreciative audience last Tuesday evening at Glass Bros warehouse Your correspondent with several other gentlemen attended court at Lexington Monday There was a large amount Of stock and prices un usually good Mr Rice Benge runs the most turnout that has ever been on this mail line since Uncle John Rice rode on top of the old fashioned stage coach The death of Col J W Poor has cast a gloom over the entire here One of his tenants was heard to say Mr Poor was a man whose very name carried a blessing with it No man could have been so widely missed The Sunday school here which was conducted during the summer months by Dr Douglas of Nicholasville a few weeks since The influence of this good work is felt far and wide A church is needed here so the school could be held during the winter months Mr Duncan of Nicholasville was atMrD Montgomerys Sunday Mr A Deitrick and family and Mr and Mrs Thomas Brogle of Nicholasville attended the funeral of Mrs Henry Kuhlman at Mt Olivet last Friday A W Smith a prominent gentleman of Lexington was in this community last Wednesday eve ning to see a very fair lady Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Washita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cures Mrs Brewer of which had caused her great for Terrible sores break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is complete and her health excellent This shows what thousands have proved Electric Bitters is the best blood puri fier known Its the supreme remedy for tetter salt ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels helps digestion builds up the strength Sold by Mc Roberts druggist Guaranteed hat lA eI In ICnox Miss Iva vicinity night trouble the undertakes Business information teachers Sunday Kirk ville e complete yellow neighborhood closed Sunday commercial years poison Only 50e E it J suffering eczema rheum R ch by of are at FLATWOODS Most of the farmers are gathering corn in Messrs George and Robert Archer visited at Brodhead last Saturday and Sunday W H Furr is having a new barn builtRev Me Hutchings spent last at W H Furrs There will be preaching at Lawsons Saturday and Sunday the pastor Rev Hobbs Rev F P Bryant preached at Good Hope last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jane Woodall an aged lady of this neighborhood died last Monday pneumonia GUMS CHAPPEL Bob Davis has sold his farm near here to Wm Burton Mr Willie Noel and five children down with measles The members of Gunns Chapel church have decided not to begin the protracted meeting untii the 24th of NovemberThe old son of Mr Lee Brown and wife died at their home at on the 23rd October The were interred in the Cemetery LancasterMrs of Logana spent of last week with her daughter Miss Florence at Buckeye Al lie Daly son of Powell Daly died on the 25th of consumption He had been an intense sufferer for several months The body was laid to rest in Gunns Chapel Cemetery on the 26th Oct Mrs John McCully is very sick this writing STONE T L Saunders and Lem Teater bought of Steve Walker some corn at 150 per barrel The family of Mr ElIas were poisoned by drinking milk last Saturday night but all of them Scotts Fork and Pleasant Hill Sun day schools have chartered the Reba Resse to go on an excursion to Valley View next boat will leave Sugar Creek promptly at eight oclock Let every one be on time prepared to pay their part Miss Marie Leavell and Mr Jasper Bogie were united in the holy bonds of wedlock last Thursday at 7 oclock p m at the residence of Mr and Mrs Wm Wall by Rev Sevens in the presence of only a few of the relatives and friends of the parties the attendants were Mr Richard Burton and Miss Hattie Bo gio sister of the groom The bride was attired in a handsome gray suit with hat and gloves to match and Miss Hattie wore a handsome green cloth suit Immediately after the ceremony the party drove to the home of the groom where an elegant supper was prepared Their many friends extend congratulations Mr John W East cut off one of his fingers in a saw mill last week Miss Eliza Walls entertained a number of her friends at her home Friday night Misses Annie Higgins and Bettie Forbes of Madison spent last week with relatives here Miss Tincy King of McCreary visited her sister Mrs Mollie East first of last week Mr Lem Evans and wife visited their daughter Mrs Mary Montgomery last week John Saunders and cousin Miss Myrtle Saunders of Hiattsville spent Saturday night and Sunday with T L Saunders and family Mrs Bolle Walker and children Carrie Walker of Hanley Mrs C S Saunders first of the week PAINT LICK Corn is selling at 175 per barrel delivered here Some tobacco crops have been sold in this vicinity at five cents per lb E L Woods shipped a car load of hogs to the Cincinnati market C B Engleman fell and broke ono of his ribs while hauling hay a few days ago Coal is selling at 14 cents per bushel here higher than it has ever been in our market C McWhorter had a sale of horses here Saturday evening they brought from 40 to 60 The backbone of the drouth was broken Saturday we had a good rain and stock water is not so scarce now Smithie Engleman says it pays to advertise in THE RECOUD when you have anything to sell He has letters from different parts of the county about his pony Farmers were badly fooled in their corn crops this of them say after they have commenced their corn they find they will not have more than a half crop a great deal was blown down in this section and it never matured Mr and Mrs James Dunn of visited the family of Mason Pullins Sunday MrJ T Palmer and wife tave returned from Louisville after a pleasant visit to friends and Mr R L Jennings and wife have returned from a visit to J C Thompson and family In Miss Amanda Anderson was at home from Friday until Monday Miss Jennie Parker has postponed her visit to Texas until December One bleeding heart will be left behind too Quite a crowd from Paint Lick formed a party and went chestnut hunting last Saturday Mrs B M Lear chaperoned the crowd and body reports a good and plen ty of chestnuts and persimmons 1 s id v I i this communits next remains apart e recovered Sundaythe contracting visited e Saturday inquiring yearsome gathering Lancaster Lancaster every time a Sunday Buckeye a- Miss relatives 1 ica 000 is ed ed it a Cotton has advanced from 7Sc Jan 1900 to lOJc Oct 1 Bradstreets wheat visible in Amer is 79164000 bushels corn 12153 bushels against last year 72493 000 wheat and 20586000 corn This the real visible though hot stamp official Messages from the northwest alleg the cash demand for both wheat and flour was poor and that wheat would be larger if the cars could be procured R D Bruce says that he has considerable of his wheat sown between Sept 20th and Oct 1st and finds that more than half has died down almost to the seed Is it to resow now or wait until there is a heavy The fruit trade in this country is assuming an importance hardly to the cereals The strawberry crop is said to be worth 80000000 apples 200000000 oranges and peach es 820000000 and sufficient other small fruits to bring the total up to 500000000 The ITarrodsburg Democrat notes the sales of a number of veal calves at 4 to 5 cents a crop of hemp at 465 a lot of 1200 lb staers at 440 several lots of hogs ar 4c 800 bales of hay at fifty cents per hundred a lot of 65 Ib lambs at 3ic 70 good stock ewes at 4 65 each The Woodford Sun gives the follow ing prices obtained at a sale there last week work horses 40 to 52 5 milk cows 44 to 50 yearling steers 3050 each 50 sheep 550 per head fat hogs 3 75 and 380 shoats 4 per cwt corn in field 160 corn in crib 165 oats 1085 per ton baled hay 675 per ton At a of the tobacco of Harrison county after a canvas was found that threefourths of the growers have signed agreements not to raise any tobacco next year on all growers will sign the same contract The leaders of the scheme think they can arrange for no crop in the tobacco section of the state next year thus greatly enhancing the of the weed for the year following The Owen News says the tobacco warehouses are boycotting the who used Paris green an their Some agents have been not to advance any money on tobacco where paris green has been used The only effectual way to put stop to the use of this poison is for the market to condemn it In this county paris green has poisoned persons and in some cases death has resulted from its use We heard of one man who boasted of his having sprinkled 25 pounds of the poison on on his tobacco after it had been in the barn because of the great quantity of worms that still on his tobacco We think it would be better to reduce the amount of and produce a better quality than to plant such a tremendous crop and rely on poison to protect it from the worms in the estimation of the most men of the market the are making a serious mistake in rushing their tobacco to market The trust is holding off of new tobacco and it is evident only two manufacturers are on the market for this crop at present Under the circumstances there is no competition on new therefore prices on this crop are not ready for the new crop and do not care to buy freely of new when conditions at present are not the best and tobacco is too soft to keep without immediate handling The liberal offering of new is not alone af fecting that crop but the 1899 crop as well If the Kentucky growers of to bacco care to act on the side of wis dom waiting game will be institu ted and a liberal amount of tobacco will not be seen on the market before the last of November Decenber would not be too late to send the new to market The Weed McCREAEY Protracted meeting closed at Free dom lastweek with eight additions to the church Messrs JH Walker Alex Walker and Leander Davidson went to with stock last Saturday f Mr Willie Ray the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Hiram Miss My r tie Nave the beautiful daughter of Mr Jim Nave and wife drove to Dan ville and were married last Wednes day Richard Burton and Miss Lillie Warner visited Miss Mollie Hendren at Kirksville Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam long and wife ing over the arrival of a little dough ter Miss Tiercy King and little Nettie Hunter visited Mrs Relda Hicks of Stone W H Waddle has returned to his home in Somersetand his departure is the cause of one of our widows being very low spirited Curtis and wife relatives in Madison county the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs Elisha Forbes and Mr and Mrs John Hill spent part of lastweek with Sam Mof fet and wife of Mt Hebron Mr Wm Ray and wife were the guests of Mrs Patty Miles and daughters of Nicholasville the latter part of last week I receipts examined advisable rainAdvocate second clover growers condition value farmers tobacco instructed several placed remained acreage experienced growers weather Cincinnati Rayand are rejoic vislt meeting tobacco Ford is a is ed in COSTLIEST OF SAUSAGES From Lyons France and at Retail May Sell for Mach as a Dollar a Pound The costliest of all sausages said a man familiar with the trade to the New York Sun is Lyons sausages imported from France Lyons sausage sells in Paris at two francs and more a pound Here it is country That made here is even finer than the imported but sells here for somewhat less t Lyons is rather a large sausage It put up in the largest size hog casings and it is made of beef and pork The meats used in making it are of the best and they are prepared with greatest care From the beef all the sinews and veins are removed and there is left only the selected parts of the meat The beef is chopped very fine so fine as to make of it practically paste The pork used is from the back fat of hogs This is not chopped fine as the beef is but is cut into shaped pieces which show in the sausage when it is cut The spices used in the seasoning are of course of the choicest The Lyons sausage is hard smokedThe art of sausage making has so improved in this country that now as you can say without reservation the finest sausages produced in the world are made in the United States This is true without exception The American Lyons sausage for example is better than the imported Some American Lyons is exported to France and sold there and some of that thus exported sold here as import Lyons Lyons sausage is served in the very finest of hotels and resturants and it may be found on bills of fare before the soup served as an appetizer For that purpose it is very excellent I fancy that its increasing use in this manner New York in recent years is due in great measure to calls for it from Rus sian visitors The Russians have al ways been fond of Lyons sausage as they are also AH Alike an Dutch Dolls Such little innocents Dutch children look but in reality they are the most mischievous little rascals in the world They would wait in swarms outside my hotel in Holland and ofllow me to my workshop clamoring for coppers which they generally managed to get Some of them would get tipped twice over they are so much alike in their general get up that it is difficult to distinguish them I once had a little model posing for me all day and the next she did not turn up so my friend went around for the reason and he was surprised to hear from the mother that I had only given her daughter about twopence I ered afterward that this was the case but I had given five shillings to little girl who had been in my light all day Phil Neoy in Magazine of Art Children Hurled Under Bridges Indian Engineering published in Calcutta says that the kidnaping of children to bury under the founda tions of railway bridges which has often caused trouble in India has spread to China and a bridge is now rarely built in that country without the disappearance of several children from the neighborhood as poundLyons however irregular reimportedand ofcaviare indignant disco another standing according verye To have good Teeth It is essential thatyou take good care of them A little care youll never regret it years to come Our Careful Examinations And work mark our professional as distinctly superior and Nothing too difficult for our skil CHARGES THAT ARE MET WITH PLEASURE Teeth Extracted 25 cents Fine Amalgam Filling 75 cents Good Set of Teeeth 8500 DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government Bund ing in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night Opera House Wednesday Nov 7 An Ocean of Merriment Without a Lobster in it HARRY WARDS MAGNIFICENT Americas largest Grandest and Best Minstrel Organization 40 CELEBRATED ARTISTS Harry WardThe Next President of Minstrelsy Burt Gardner The Great Newton Eddie Doyle Mullen Yonder The Marvelous Briggs Decker Rash Harmonic Quartette PROF MASONS SOLO BAND NOONDAY PARADE 0 services satisfactory MINSTRELS 4 GRAND I n- and ow A SECOND STOCK Business has been so good this season and especially in our Departments that in order to properly replenish our stock we were compelled to make a Second Trip to New York We hurried these purchases back by express and now have them on sale We secured great many bargains and we will give our trade the benefit Man Tailored SuitsMade by the finest tailors in the most approved styles best materials We have now in stock more than 200 Suits and can fit any size up to a 42 inch bust measure We show a dozen styles in Blouse Suits alone Then we have Coats Ktons and Tightfitting Suits Prices range from 10 to 35 Alterations made by a firstclass tailor free of charge Jackets We have just received about 100 new Jackets and Box Coats Tans Castors Navy Browns and Black at all prices from 600 to 2750 You cannot afford to buy until you have seen our you will find the largest in Central Kentucky Childrens Cloaks We have just received big lot of sample garments in the new Box Jackets and 34 Coats in sizes 8 to 14 years which we bought at onethird off regular prices Bring in the children and see how stylish these garments are and how reasonable the prices Furs We have the very latest ideas right fresh from New York Long Boas with one large large tail at each end made of Rae coon Wolf and Sable Fox at 6 to 19 Same in Imitation Furs at 350 Cluster Scarfs from 150 to 30 Storm Collars from 5 to 20 Come in and see the new shapes whether you want to buy or not SPECIAL SALE OF 79 Cents Pair Worthemer Co one of the largest Kid Glove houses in NewYork had a fire few weeks ago and put in too big a claim for damages so the Insurance Companies put the stock up at and this is how we can offer you 2 gloves at jgc We were in the market on our trip and secured 600 pairs at less than price Every pair is absolutely in perfect condition and were all made this season In consideration of the low price at which we offer these gloves we will not fit them on nor will we exchange any that have been taken out of our store This is a rare opportunity and we want every one of our customers in the adjoining counties to have their share Colors are Black NavyBlue Dark Green Brown and En glish Reds in all sizes from 5 j to 7 New Lines French line ofsolid colors such as Old Rose Reseda Green French Blue and AutoReds and all other shades Black with white dots and figures and an immense variety of fancy patterns Wash styles of Imitation French Flannels at 1 2 and 150 40 pieces of new Flannelettes for in every color New line of best Penangs in Greys Blues Blacks and Reds We have now on sale yards of regular I Oc Penangs at 5c a yard I I1ville KJT 2 Ready towear andof stockwhich Pairs ann Kin auction f FlannelsNew Goods25 wrappers 100 GS S S r i t 600 430 2 1ovos y ft f svd WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 0 f WljfffL 1 1T oo ooooo o oo 0000090 00000000000 000 000000 o oooo ooooo oo o o o EAS TMA OAK Films Printing PaperI Iris bie ar ac Y o o Q 9ii zz0 0I 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 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000ooooooooooooooooo j I I I J i 1 q i i r i 0000000000000000000000000 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV I A5OUT Mr J M Logan was in Cincinnati this week Col L F Hubble was in Cincinnati this week on business Mrs Nevius of Stanford is visiting her daughter Mrs Lizzie Dillon Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton are in Memphis spending a few days Mr George Harris of Carlisle was visiting his parents E W Harris and wife Miss Florence Harris is in visiting her cousin Mrs Hunter Ir vine Mr Jacob Joseph attended the 3 P grand lodge at Winchester the past week has returned from a visit to friends in Lincoln county Mr and Mrs J A Elsenor left Sat urday for their home in Charleston W Va Mr and Mrs Wm Berkele have in the Saunders property on Lex ington street Mr and Mrs J B Brewer of Leb anon have been visiting Garrard county relatives Mrs John E Stormes has returned from a pleasant visit to Hillsboro Ohio Mrs A H Rice of Nashville Tenn will arrive this week to visit Mr H A B Marksbury and family Mrs Banks Hudson leaves this week to join her mother Mrs Kennedy for a visit to relatives in Knoxville Charles Norris and daughter ifrude of Frankfort are expected this week to visit Mrs George Farris Messrs Hofmann and Carlisle of Crab Orchard Springs were here a few days since and made us a pleas ant call Judge J C Hemphill Messrs Robt Kinnaird J M Farra and Louis Lan dram spent Sunday at Crab Orchard SpringsMesdames J C Hemphill II A and Ed Price and Miss Caroline Curry at tended the reception given by Mrs S P and Miss Grant in Danville last weekRichmond Pantagraph Attorney Williams of Lancaster was here Tuesday on legal business Deputy Collector Millard West was here Tues dayMr A R Denny wife and daugh ter Mrs Mattie Duncan of Point Leavell have moved to this city and taken rooms with Mrs James Royston on Lexington street It is with much regret THE RECORD notes to serious illness of Dr W N Bush He has been under treatment in Louisville for some time but fail lug to improve he was brought home Monday His many friends hope that he will improve rapidly Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird entertained in elegant style last night at a Haloween party Thirty or forty couples of people present and were royally As it was so close to our press hour we are to omit the names of those present 0 e r 1 L MOO 0 0 000 0 0 0 00000000000001 Miss Bruce Pumphrey moved Covington and r frs igo0- 000000000000000000000000ooooot apo0oo041 y d r young were entertained forced rYom 1 wk We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our lineI I Misses Pulliam of Danville are guests of Mrs Robert Embry Prof Milton Elliott of Mayfield was here a few days last week Misses Fannie and Bettie West are in Brodhead visiting Miss Ella Dunn Mrs Wallace of Wallaceton visit ed Miss Emma Soper the past week Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconer Jr are at home after a short bridal stay in Richmond Mr Edwin Arnold has sufficiently recovered from his recent illness to be in town Mrs Charles Richardson and child of Somerset is visiting Mrs James Collier Mr Joe Faulconer Jr has accept a position with J C Thompson the Jeweler Messrs Herbert Rommel and Sauf ley Hughes were in Crab Orchard Sunday Mrs Arnold of Richmond is visit ing her daughter Mrs Sam Johnson Richmond street Mrs Walter Moss entertained Sat urday evening in honor of her guest Miss Knight of Lexington Mr and Mrs Swinebroad have re turned from Winchester where they attended the K P Grand Lodge Mr and Mrs Jno Baughman atten ded the wedding of his brother Homer in Danville last night Danville News Mr and Mrs Robert Kinnaird of Lancaster were here yesterday Mr John Johnson of Lancaster was in Danville yesterday on business Miss Mary Gill of Lan caster spent Friday night with Mrs Donald McDonald She left Saturday morning for Oxford 0 where she will visit her sisters who are at school there Rev Charles Reid wife and babyof Colorado will arrive this week to visit his parents T W Reid and wife There will be a reunion of the family Oh next Sunday Mr and Mrs T Reid an estimable couple will cele brate their fiftieth anniversary They will also attend the Baptist church to hear their son Charles preach Their many friends extend congratulations and wish them many more years of health and happiness Store Room For Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at TIlE RECORD office tf Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W HARms Collector Teacher Association The County Association of Colored Teachers will convene Saturday morning Nov 3 at Lancaster in the Court House The presence of Pres WmG Fost of Berea is expected Tas A White Chm 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 Farmers We are in the market for Wheat and will pay the market price for same at all times If you have wheat to deposit for your own use deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Son t r V lent Notice I haunt 7 of Of it A CURIOS CAPERS KOSZELLSPILMAN The Lexington Democrat says The engagement of Minnie Roszell of this and Mr George R Spillman of is announced the wedding take place on November 14 Miss is the daughter of Mr S S of this city and is one of the sweetest and most attractive girls in Lexington where she is very popular Mr George R Spilman is a prominent business man of Danville a member of the firm of Anderson Spillman millers The wedding will be a quiet one and will take place at Miss Ros zellshome on Maxwell street KOYSTONGAINES On Wednesday morning November at 10 oclock Mr Ed Gaines will be married to Miss Mabel The wedding will occur at the home of the bride Only the families and a few friends will be present The attendants will be Miss Mary Gill and Mr Lewis West The march will be played by Miss Grace Kinnaird The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas A Royston She is an unusually pretty and attractive girl who is a great favorite with the young people Lancaster She is a noble young woman in every sense of the word who will be a great help to the man of her choice and make his pathway through life most pleasant Mr Gaines has been engaged in the gro eery business in Lancaster for several years and is quite popular among our people He is an active church and a model young man THE RECORD extends congratulations in advance and wishes them all happi ness and joy 3IILLEKELSENOK RECEPTION The reception Mr and Mrs II Mil ler gave Wednesday evening in honor Mr J A Elsenor and bride was brilliant affair The supper was perfectly elegant and the tables You could tell their friends by the number present amounting to about one hundred and fifty For a week before the wedding preparations were being made for the occasion and can be safely said that a more ex tensive celebration was never given in this community A large platform was erected near the house and to the strains of an orchestra many of the guests tripped the light fantastic early hour The tables were wen arranged and the waiters had no trouble in serving theguests promptly and satisfactorily InTflE RECORDS mention of the wedding last issue we failed to state that Miss Annie Sui ivan a beautiful young lady was brides maid and Mr Joe Miller best man The happy couple left last week for their home in Charleston W Va taking with them the best wishes of many friends VJIago Blacksmith Saved His Little Sons Life Mr H H Black the wellknown vil age blacksmith at Grahamsville ivan Co N Y says Our little son five years old has always been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks been that we have feared many times that he would die VVe have had the doctor and used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance Itseems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by 1m The slow movements of the average fat man rather tends to contradict the theory that haste makes waste There is probably no disease more distressing and annoying than piles Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment is daily curing eases of years standing of itching and bleeding piles The cure begins on the first application a little perseverance makes the cure complete Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75 cents 1m e Jf o o o J IDa nville half past Roys- ton wedding member a- very beautiful tH- an sun R E McRoberts C C J StorwesE n Wonderful Little Performer The appearance of May Blossom the threeyearold tot in the Williams Comedy Co has taken the audiences by storm This little girl sings dan ccs and during a contortion turn by older members of the company burlesques the actors in a manner that keeps the audience in a roar of laughter The work clone by this child is marvelous indeed and has at tracted attention all over the A Fine Treat We have just received a box of a present from Capt Win H Collier of this city now in the They are hand made de lightfully fragrant and make a smoke that is delightfully enjoyable Capt Collier is in the 38th regiment and his present post office is Batanzas Luzon P I He has many warm friends here who trust he will return to his old Kentucky home and hearty Garrard Wheat VIii Frank B Marksbury of this city was awarded third prize on wheat at the Atlanta exposition last week When it is remembered that every wheat growing state in the nation was represented this is pretty good for Garrard Mr Marksbury says that had ne commenced looking for earlier in the season he is he could have taken first prize as he has never seen better wheat in Garrard than has been raised this Death of Tom Boyle The people of the community were considerably surprised to hear of the death of Tom Boyle Monday morning He had been at his work during the past week and while complaining a little nothing serious was feared He went home as usual Sunday night and told his mother he wanted to go to bed as he was not at all well but believed he would be all right by morning Some of the family went to the room later and found him in an unconscious state They called but nothing could be done to arouse him and he died during the night He was the eldest son of Squire R Boyle and a boy of unusual industry and had the confidence of all who knew him The remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Monday afternoon Shooting Bee Louis Leavell and Alex Gill Buggy both colored tried to settle the great political questions of the day by an argument in Will Johnsons shoe shop but finding words inadequate began to pump lead at one another It is said eight or ten shots were exchang ed only one taking effect hitting Leaven in the leg Gill being a repub scan while Leavell is for Beckbam and Bryan We are here to stay and as our work Is our advertisement of we cannot afford to do any kind but the very best Hair cutting and shaving done in the latest and best styles Call on me Henry Duncan in New Hotel tf To the Public Notice is hereby given the public that Mr O E Heberling the florist has been placed in charge of my brick business and is authorized to make contracts collections etc Call on him for brick or wood oct183t R M Dillehay To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to pay now as It will be later on The penalty will soon De added tf JAS PEARCE Collector f Must be In at Night Judge Riley of the Lexington Po lice Court has ordered the police of that city to arrest and bring before the court all boys found loitering about the streets after nine oclock at that the only way to crime is to start the ing generation in the right direction faithfully carried out this action of will doubtless do much toward the moral development of Lex Jngtons youth i I w J country cigars Philippines samples satisfied season feeling assistance courses shampooing t 000400 00004000000do00000P00 MORE so suppress ole j Powders MountsFlash I A 1 of on The Last Warning Dont buy cheap coal and loose your soul And all the time be fussing But buy Red Ash the cash And stop the cook from cussing Or buy Blue Gem the storms to stem And save all further losses Dont cough and sneeze and sit and freeze But buy your coal at ocll4t JOHN C MOSSES POLLS OPEN EARLIER Now Law Says Voting Begin Six Oclock A M HOUSE BILL NO ACT to amend section 1469 chapter 41Kentucky Statutes relating to time for opening polls on election day Be it enacted by the General of the Commonwealth of Kentuc ky Section 1 That section 1469 article chapter 41 Kentucky Statutes be amended by striking out the word seven and inserting in lieu thereof the word six so that said section when so amended shall read as fol lowsSec 1469 The polls shall be at six oclock in the forenoon and kept open continuously up to and at four oclock in the of the same day and before receiving the ballots of any elector the officers the election shall cause to be that such election is opened Whereas A regular election occurs the 6th day of November 1900 an emergency is declared to exist and this act thall take effect and be in force from and after its passage Approved October 18 1900 ELECTION OFFICERS I Appointed to Serve at the Election in Garrard County Next Tuesday The Commissioners Messrs T B Robinson J W Flowers and William Herndon met last week and selected the following gentlemen to serve as officers at the election next week COUUT HOUSE J J Walker and Wm II Kinnaird judges George M Patterson clerk J W Hamilton EAST PARK James N Denny and J A Sanders judges Henry Patterson sheriff R G Ward clerk WEST PAUK James Clark Sr and J B Kinnaird judges A D Fordsher iff Perry Naylor clerk WEST BRYANTSVILLE G B and J A Sparks judges J F Gal laher sheriff Jas Spilman clerk EAST BRYANTSVILLE A Robin son and Perry Long judges L N Hudson sheriff S B Bourne clerk Pierce and W H Fain judges Elijah Ray sheriff W T Pherigo clerk WALKER SCHOOL HOUSE James Henry Sr and J H Moberly judges James Jones sheriff J H Posey clerk UNION Jess Fox and Robert judges Wm Gooch sheriff Plumber Kincaid clerk PAINT LICK Robt Conn Sr and Wright Kplly Geo Ballard B Estridge clerk A Few Words to Buyers Having been in the merchantile in Lancaster for many years and studied the wants of the Garrard county we are enabled to put before them a stock of goods which we know will please and them This season we have put forth our best efforts taken up more time and been more careful than ever before in selecting the very best ma shelves in great quantity We take pleasure in you see these as are prettiest and best ever caster have all the latest designs in hosiery the handsomest of The new fall does goods introduce a wonderful of French English and German productions in wool and silk and wool the fabrics are French Broadcloth Satin faced Venitian Pebble Boucle Scotch Tweed Suiting Drap de Milan Satin Granite Suiting Camels Hair Zibaline Soliek and many others Call at our store see these lines and you will be convinced that we are the leaders in J JOSEPH at i- AN I Assembly afterenoon Sheriff Robinson BUCKEYEFrank business people- of delight pricesThis thelatestthey unquestionably the in Lan sheetingbefound n I I I article opened closed proclaimed Parsons Pao mj Jj BOTH PARTIES CAUGHT REPUBLICANSAND DEMOCRATSof Garrard County have caught on to the fact that ROYAL lects and it is made to satisfy every time from TIlE ROYAL TAILORS Chicago Ki S A take delight in showing them to all who appreciate elegance and neatness dress Our PriceFor ROYAL TAILORING are great deal less than the 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 JC HEMPHILL Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand B O O KI S McROBERTS DRUG STORE GO TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine Sta tionery of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 00 Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 LILLAKD V STOTTT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville DRUGS AND RUGGISTS SUNDRIESP- aints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of on fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided over by experienced men Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT 4 I castingtheirbuysitmade andwe lessa I I AT STORMEB 4 STORE FOR 2 Imported 3 oooooooooooooo ooooooox Engraved u V1 TLr YV4I4r4 L6 ItO D POIJ i1re r s r+ In sonic cases the external signs o Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the victim is within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the disease Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the cure Blood Poison These poisonous never vet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison They the disease u firmly j is known In other casts the blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus and the tf l swollen mucus atche the mouth sores on sore m fA throat eruptIons oit skm colored splotches haIr andeyebrows no room for doubt as these are aU unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison lauds in scalp ulcers on leave minerals rheumatism new untried back uno the system cover it for a while bnt it breaks out in worse form These powerful mincrals produce mercurial md the most offensive sores and ulcers causing the joints to stiffen and to drop off Mercury and painSinstead of tearing down builds and the general health S S S is the only antidote for this specific virus and thercfoce the cure for Contagious Blood Poison No matter in stage or how hopeless the case may appear even though pronounced by the doctors S S S can be relied upon to make a rapid cure S S S not a remedy an ence ofnearly fifty years has proven it a sure and cure for this disease It is the blood medicine t invigorates only what ermaneut f ntahl ever for this AU is lrel Mr H I too Mulberry St Newark spread all over my body soon broke o correspondence NEWS Former banker J M McKnight was sentenced to five years imprisonment today by Judge Evans McKnight is out on 812000 bond pending an ap pealC J McLear proprietor of a hotel at London shot and killed Sam an employe The Government is preparing to re lieve the suffering of the drouthstric ken Indians in Arizonia In deciding a case appealed from Laurel county the Court of Appeals yesterday held as that provision of the Criminal Code of Practice allowing Town Trustees warrants of arrest Tames Hale one of the best known and most highly respected citizens of the Allen Springs vicinity of Warren county died of blood poisoning which developed in an old wound caused by a dog bite when he was a boy He was seventytwo years old The Grand Lodge 3 of P adjourn ed to meet next year at Owensboro the home of Martin Yewel the Grand Chancellor The Rev IV F V Bartlett for twentysix years pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Lexington was stricken with paralysis while praying in the pulpit American have captured large contracts trucks to be used in the Transvaal underbidding English firms 20 per cent and guaranteeing delivery In halt the The Creek fullblood council been joined by Indians other tribes all armed with rilles who declare they will stand by the treaty of 1SGG and not take allotment of lands Fire at Paducah early Sunday morn ing caused a loss of nearly 8100000 It is believed to lave been of incendiary originIt reported that the presidency of Washington and LeeUniversity will be offered to Grover Cleveland Edward Henry a negro who has just died at Pittsburg was 116 years old and is said to have been the of sixty children The Bowl of Construction of the Wavy Department is planning a pro gramme for the increase of the navy by the addition of not less than forty warshipsCircuit Judge Parker of Lexington has decided that women are entitled to separate ballots and voting booths in the election for members of the Board of Education Burglars broke into the residence of Anthony Cooper at Kirksey Galloway county chloroformed Mr Cooper and his wife and stole 219 which had been hidden in the bed The transport Lawton arrived at Seatle with over 500 stranded miners bronght from Cape Nome at the of the government The city flouring mill and the power house of the electric light plant by Matt McDowell Sons were destroyed by flre at Winchester rGENE Rh 0 0000000 J Rogers unc nstitutional c of father expense owned oostoaaaooooo0oooooaoaoaaooaao aaodooaeoo roo o ooooo tissue nci firms time- Sha Lf 0 v tried various patent medicines but did not reach the disease When I had finished first bottle of S S S I was greatly improved and was delighted with the result The red splotches on chest began to grow paler smaller and before long disappeared entirely I my clear as a of glass Send for our Home Treatment Book which contains valuable information about this disease with directions for self treatment Our medical department is in charge of physicians who have made a lifetime study of blood to write for any information or advice wanted We make no what 1 in the most sacred confidence THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA says I wes nffiicted with n terrible blood disease which was in spotS at first but afterwards thedoctorslost weight became stronger my appetite improved I was soon entirely well and my N3 as Don s A band of American confidence men has been successfully doing Berlin and other German cities passing ten dollar bills which have been accepted at forty marks each Jackson Ky has a small pox scare A negro man and woman have been sent to the pesthouse and E A Hurst a prominent lawyer has been stricken with the disease The large barn of Ben B King of Moreland Lincoln county burned to gether with three mules and a 1000 stallion The loss is estimated at S4 000 no insurance The Chinese Mutual Protection of the IToi Ping district has of fered 500 for the head of Dr Sagerof the American Board of Missions and 300 each for the heads of Dr Graves a Southern Baptist missionary and Dr Beattin of the board Uovincio a Filipino rebel captain has been sentenced to death for ing alive an Ameican seaman It is also charged that he delivered anoth er American to his followers who opened the captives veins and sucked life blood until he was dead Jim Story a prominent citizen of the western part of Calloway county was found dead in his hog pen where he had gone the night before to feed his hogs The hogs had eaten off his ears and otherwise mutilated the Heart failure was the cause of his death The Buckskin Bill Show which pass ed through this section last summer and showed in severul neighborin towns went to pieces in Tennessee It was owned by parties at Paducah KentuckyThe game law has been sustained by the Court of Appeals The ChaseDavidson Company of Louisville was tined 48000 for selling quail during the close season The penalty is a fine of to 25 Kentuckys population is 2147174 as against 1858035 in 1890 Invitations to the wedding of Gov Beckham and Miss Fuqua at Owens boro have been issued II B Abbott a York travel ing salesman made the assertion in a crowd in the Capital Hotel lobby that all the natives of the State were cow ards and immediately proved himself one by fleeing from their just wrath He left town on the first train The population of the United States as announced by the Census Bureau is 76295220 an increase of over 13000 000 or 21 per cent since 1890 The Clerk of Mercer county will place the name of J M Williams the republican congressional nominee on the official ballot Attorney General Breckinridge has rendered the opin ion that the clerk is compelled to do so He Fooled The Surgeon All doctors told Renick Hamilton of West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was performed but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25c a box Sold by REMcRoberts druggist Confederate Society body 5 New American Presbyterian bury t Blickensderfer Typewriter Do you wish to save an enormcus amount of time labor and money and have your correspondence busineslike If so buy a Typewriter and before buvmcr any investigate the Blickens derfer It is the ONLY strictly high grade fully Guaranteed machine at reasonable cost on the market i Send for Catalogue and Testimonials MOORE BROS 918 F St N W Washington D C MOTHERHOOD T tells plain facts that everyone of the gentler sex ought to know Its common sense advice saves expectant mothers they will do them a great favor this book sent to Address publishers THE BRDFIELB REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga A FREEand J copiessentdresses If the readers of this announcement know of WORMS ra a a a a a E a a WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGEMostlnQnantitr Best In Quality SLXtX Z X Cr3rOrXfil X 0JAMES F BALLARD ft Louis For 20 Led Remedies BY YsarsHas all Worm S07aDy wrerre- dr ftierary AND Potasa Wrecks Malie N tines By proclamation the President of the United States sets aside November 29 as Thanksgiving Day The case of Milton Kendall and son accused of killing Eugene Cassell last January was given to the jury at Nicholasville After being out four hours no verdict was rendered six jurymen being for conviction and six for acquittal Lexington now has a battery ar is it has the necessary fortythree men and a couple of weeks they will be equipped with full uni forms and armed with two rapid fire Hotchkiss guns two Gattlings and a pistol and saber for each man To remove a troublesome corn or bunion Frst soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily rubbing via orously for five minutes at each ap plication A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and Pain Balm is unequalled for sale by R E McRoberts 1m Nature must have been preoccupied when she filled the woods with burrs and put long shaggy hair on hunting I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoer Remedy and find it to be a great medicine says Mr E S Phipps of Poteau Ark It cured me of bloody flux I cannot speak too highly of it This remedy always wins the good opinion if not praise of those who use it The quick which it effects even in the most se yore cases make it a favorite For sale by R E McRoberts Saying right thing at the right time is equivalent to keeping your mouth shut when you have nothing to say A Famous Painting may be worth a big pum kin may take first premium but Dr Syrup Pepsin brings more Joy every day as it becomes better known and more generally used for Constipation Indigestion Sick and Stomach Trouble Get it at McRoberts drug store 1m Perhaps one doesnt suffer so much from cholera when it is called chole rine but the funeral is just as When you feel that life is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone up your liver and regulate your making you feel like a new man For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Taking a walk on an empty stomach is said to cure should be careful whose stomach you walk on The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful and Liver Remedy gives a splen did appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures health and great energy Only 25c at McRoberts drng store The Cincinnati Store Cleajest Place in ta New Store New Goods New Prices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving you people The IVorth of Your Money Hoping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see when you come to town I1ATI BARGAIN STORE 1 I Thursday of tillerythat rheumatism milliousor Caldwells Headache lamentable Chamberlains bowels indigestionbut you poordypeptics Stomach perfect Here We Are me J l lets everywhere the i C lib Sense of Pride Henrietta said Mr Meekton there is one request which I should like to make of you What is it If I get to acting a little bit dont notice it At any rate dont hold it up against me You see every once in awhile I get to thinking of the fact that I am Henrietta Meek toils husband and I cant help feeling just a mite naughty Washington Star Cause of Ills Sorrow are charged with break ing a chair over your wifes head What excuse have you to offer for such an act N Prisoner I do indeed judge That What It Was What is your age asked the law yer Must I answer that inquired the feminine witness judgeTruthfully Yes truthfully Oh well if I must I must she said resignedly My age is a secret Chicago Post Where He Sold Them Mr llaisem Yes we get good prices for our cabbages but we have to haul them so far there is no money in it Mr I thought you were within a square of the market Mr Raisem The market Oh yes But the tobacco factory is two miles away Baltimore American Many people are suffering fearfully from indigestion or dyspepsia when one single bottle of Heroine would bring about a prompt and permanent cure A few doses will do more for a weak stomach than a prolonged course of any other medicine Price 50c C C J E Stormes 1m Its no great credit to the worm to turn when tread upon any old barrel hoop will do the same thing Never try to coax a cold or cough use the remedy that unfailingly con quers both Coussens Honey of Tar is the great specific for all throat troubles Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m A tramp abroad in the morning for your health is worth two at the looking for something to eat For all fresh wounds either on the human subject or on animals Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for cornhuskerssprained wrists barbedwire cuts and sores on horses it cannot be too highly commended Price 25 and 50 cents C J E Stormes 1m He Didnt Care Housewife My dear I see a twocol umn article in the Sunday paper about how even lour is being adulterated Husband Yell I dont care ner need you We cant git nothing wrong with our stomick if we take Dr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin All druggists sell it or see E E Mc Roberts druggist 1m When a dog howls under a mans window at night and there is a gun handy it is a sure sign of an the dog Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cure biliousness constipation and headache They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m EXECUTORS NOTICE All persons having claims against the estacof W Poor deceased will same to my attorney William Herndon in Lancas ter and persons knowing themselves In debted to said estate please pay the amount to the undersigned A SWKaXEY- 111J21 Executor SALE OF John W Poors Estate The personal estate of Mr John W Poor lately deceas ed will be sold at his for mer residence 4 miles north of Bryantsville on the Lex ington and Lancaster Turn pike Road in Garrard Co on the 8th day of 1900 Quite a large quantity of valuable per sonal property will be sold on termsM Executor To The Ladies I We are now ready to show you our Fall stock of the Ever displayed in Central Kentucky We exercised great care in selecting these goods and they are the Very Patterns to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect SallIe D Tillett JudgeYou yourhonoranger yourhasty dollarsChicagoDaily QuizzitBut back- door cursor working r earl deathto 1 November t Handsomest MillInery Newest overbearing LC anc- lung EY I I h i PUBLIC SALE Having OKO Jo Denver on account of iny1 will cm Saturday November 3 00 5 iced horses 1 extra yearling colt 5 milk cows calves 1C extra yearling cattle 20 hogs1 Rood two horse wn ou 1 pony phaetonfanning implements ood ewes to buck a lot of hay in barn lot of chickens and all mv household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on of suIt Am Bourne Auctioneer T C G17LLE V JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to W JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER ICY J X DUN N NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIUE KENTUCKY Sneryor and Apt foi AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO B KINNAiRD INSURANCE AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercliantile Aetna Life Ins Co 9f5arlforilCiiiiii PUBLIC SALE I will sell to the highest and best onWednesday Oct 31 At my residence near Point Ky the following property G cows and calves 10 yearling heifere 2 4yr old mares 1 work mules a lot of brood sows and shoats Also all my farming implements consisting of plows disc harrows mowing machine binder hay rakes corn crusher etc etc Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock a m J A DOTY Point Leavell Ky highestlowlI IcC Representin Followin G Lea yell all dille R LC S1 t New Rival Leader Repeater WINCHESTER 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 For Sale PrivatelyT- hirty acres more in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in Garnird county 3 miles from Taint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern a kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jas X Denny Point Leavell or with me at Rich mond W K DENNY Fine Farm Fr Sale I will sell privately my fur containing I2 acres situated miles south of Urynnts ville There Is a splendid 2story dwelling containing six the place good barn ice house granary aid all other necessary water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place is well suited for stock farm All under good fence Cloe to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange IIEXUY KUHLMAXX 920 tf ISryautsville Ky ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass 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 ornamental 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 yy s BEAZLEY 3DE3STTIST Teeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office in the Bookont Bnildinr Danville street oppo Jte Presbyterian church For Congress We are authorized to announce lion George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate for reelectio n to Congress from this Eighth dis trlct or leslyiu h8 3f I rooms on I i I I i I I I i I I II I llHor1It I I I i I I everything c june tf outbuildings Never 00000000000000oooooaaoo pao4oo tfZT 3 11 0oooooaooaaaooooaoasoooooooood I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due time of service Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike a J A ROBINSON A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES FBALtABD Sole Profrietor 310 North ST LOUIS VC JMEtTJG STORE Iiam Street S ORMES a t mm M AL m- U OJT LAiiOABIEE XY Capital Surplus Fuad iUoOOOO 10OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and Frompt Attention Guaranteed J M HiOfliNEOTHAX Preslden LEWIS Y LKATZLL VlcePrealdeni B K HUDSON Cashlei W O RIONKY Assistant CD WALJCKK Bookieepei DIRECTORS JMniBOINBOTHAM r M AKNOLD B F HUDSON JJVAtKKF O ll- LIZEO 1883 Cash LEwes Y LXAvJL lfl 1 t LOCAL TIMETABLES Xorthbnd Mixed Passgr Sinthbnd oit P M 2iW A X 1223 AM passes AM Ih Southbnd Mixed Lancaster 1110 North bnd t a STATIONS Lv Louisville saam ftUOpm 113 a in S45am S 12m Winchester 11 57 am U IPpm h iXMm 020jui liiinn tMpm ArWashitigton C 00 ami tiOpm Philadelphia 1015 ami 705pm lMOun D08pm I STATIONS LvNework J 00am aUUpm Philadelphia 10 20am 4i i 15pm 11 10pm MtSterling 712am 4 10pm 550am 212pm 7 7amj 4 3pm 22am 245pm Ar Lexington S 12amj 510pm7bOain SZUpm ArLonisville 111 00am 300pm YorkDAILYFor slew car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWUARXEYD PA LEXINGTOX KY Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 600 am Number l pinNumber Daily Flag SAOam Number 2 dont stop X JjGpro SOUTH BOCNB Number 1 stops when tinged 11 4C am Numbers Dally 1112 amNumber J Daily except Sunday 755 pm Numbers Midnight BANK CAPITAL I OF j 75000000 SURPLUS fro ooooo LANCASTER JLY A R DENNY President JNO E STOEMES Vice President- S C DESSV Cashier RODISSOS JR R T EMBRT Asst Cashr BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam IDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno S Storraea W HKinnalrd Taken Up As Estray Throe weather sheep one black and two white Came to my jilaceabout JulyiS can here saute by proving property and paying Oct 1 itO t ESTRAY Red steer good stock weight about 500 or GOO lbs came to niy place about two months ago t JAMES CLARK p I ltSterlit 9 IV s ton ORTH Daily Stop 1l1l Ill pm THE NATIONAL f Jm J F Owner J Lexl tan 7 put St 493T u expenses F ADAMS Burton s I CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efet July 151900 1 t f i34 t LIVERY z ya y ti1 SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the foodand aids in strengthening and recon It is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia allotherresults of imperfect digestion Price 50c and 1 size cofitala 2V5 times snail Blxe Book all PraMnd by C C 0 WITT AGO Cfclcaa F P Friiot KodolDyspepsia organs r NauseaSick sbout s t