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IJ ELVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KV as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY TIIURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 8 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR It en 32 rf y- Lu ttut etoith NUMBR fMMCMO fcANCASTeR AND VICINITyL f II L eeeoeeeeoeovoooooooeeoovoooosee Now go to work See the fancy ribbed hose at Jo sephs Quick sales and is the motto at Conns Shop There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday next at the usual hour you are in need of furniture go to Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Our line of suspenders and Shirts is complete and our prices in reach of all Patterson Sympson Joseph is leading the merchants of Central Kentucky this season as he always does Firstclass goods at small profits will win every time We must have 500 doz eggs this week and next Bring them to us and we will give you 13cts per dozen Patterson Sympson Successors to Gaines Ball Mrs Elzina Anderson has decided to sell her farm on Lexington pike and will move to town and reside with her soninlaw Mr E W Morrow The farm is a good one and will find a ready sale Card of Thank We desire to thank the many friends and relatives who have been so good and kind to us in our recent sickness We appreciate it and will always re member them- J T Leaven and Daughters Fir 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 cleats that you will enjoy Give us a trial order We guarantee satisfac tion Shop adjoining new hotel Square J R Payne tf Excellent Work The CourierJournal always in the lead in giving the latest news fairly outdid itself yesterday All returns possible to gather from the whole Nation were received and printed by this paper and put on sale by four oclock next morning after the elec tion Special trains were run over several roads and the paper delivered all over the state by noon The Cou rierJournal has as good facilities as any paper in the United States and Kentuckians are proud of it s rofits Ca ge fIt Public r I all t C C I r Just one year til another election A fine line of ladies union suits at Josephs Many a gas bag is now out of some thing to talk about Go to work We are opening new goods this week for wedding gifts etc Thompson the Jeweler If you want Onieta suits for 60c we have them Others ask 125 for same goods Patterson Sympson Come and examine our 25c line of underwear Others ask 50 and 75cts for same goods Patterson Sympson We will give you as many of good flour to the bushel other mill Bring us your wheat and give us a trial J S Minor Son An old blind negro stands near the court house on public days and keeps up a pitiful wail for aid He should be sent to the poor house or some steps taken to supply his wants and cease the racket 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 DC added tf JAS PEAUCE Collector Rooms For Rent Having rented the residence of Mrs Uannie B Anderson on Danville St opposite the Presbyterian church for the year 1901 I desireto rerent some three or four of the rooms furnished unfurnished Call at my office for information Dr II M Grant Big Collections The receipts in Collector Yerkes office for October aggregated 252338 45 divided as follows Lists 46160 Beer 175750 Spirits 24779164 Cigars 15120 Case Stamps 92 Tobacco 28644 Specials 63775 Documentry 114737 Proprietary 81295 Fine Telephone Connection The rapid manner in which the re turns came in from all over the coun ty proves that we have one of the best systems of telephones in the state Mr Bastin has done a vast amount of hard work in completing these lines and the people owe him a debt of gratitude for the splendid service He has connections with all adjoining towns and also with every important point in the state po ndS as ny SWING IT OPEN PICK 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 to make their dollars go the farthest always buy of y J and Act Quick PEr T HE LOGAN DRY GOODS Yoe Mast Be Ready T ONT AY want CO1- r 3 If you want a genuine all fur hat for 1 call on us Patterson Sympson Elder A R Moore will fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday at usual hours Come in to today and select you a heating stove from the largest line in town J R Haselden Turkeys for Sale Pure White Holland Gobblers Will sell ten at 150 apiece Robt Fox Marksbury Ky novltf 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 vou will have no other We sell the Owensboro wagon the best wagon made Sold under an absolute guaranteeJ marshal Pearce lIte l nM At the meeting of the City Council Monday evening Marshal Jas Pea rce tendered his resignation which was accepted Mr Dee Turner who has been acting as deputy for a few weeks was appointed Welcome Clarke was lodged in jail by Marshal Turner Tuesday charged with horse stealing He hired a team from Mason Hamilton the livery men went to Stanford traded the horse for another and some boot got drunk landed in the Garrard bastile Welk has flattering pros pects for a ride to Frankfort Inexcusable Error In last issue of TilE RECORD a no tice appeared over the signature J H Patterson which should have peen J H Sympson Mr Symp son desired to tell the people that he had had many years experience in the dry goods business but the careless cub who set the type concluded it should be another way It is a hard matter to get printers nowadays who do not want to be editor and change copy to suit their own notion Verdict for 850000 J M Higginbotham administrator of M W Johnson who sued the New York Life Insurance Company for 50000 insurance on Johnsons life was given a verdict for the full amount The insurance company refused to accept Johnsons unsecured note in payment of premiums and pending a settlement of affairs Johnson died The case was tried in Louisville this week and the jury decided lathe was entitled to the insurance Elder Holton Frank of Lexington preached at the Christian church in this city Sunday morning and The house was crowded at each service and all were delighted with the sermons of the young man He resembles his father Eld J C Frank in many respects being a forcible speaker deeply in earnest and careful preparations of his dis courses Holton has a host of warm friends and admirers in Lancaster who are always glad to see and hear The Election The oldest inhabitant does does not remember seeing a more quiet and election than was held here Tuesday The day was a beautiful one the sun shining brightly and just warm enough We made a close and did not see a man the least under the influence of liquor The workers of each party had no mis understandings or hot words a thing usually kept all day on such occasions We give below the vote in Garrard by drecincts and as taken from the slips returned to the county clerk with the ballot boxes The daily papers are publishing many pages of election news which when boiled down amounts to this McKinley carried every northern state and is elected by an overwhelming ma jority Mr Gilbert is reelected to con gress by about GOO The state race is very close both Beckham and Yer kes claiming it Up to press hour 830 a bal lot box for West Bryantsville had not been brought to the clerks office it is impossible to give the correct vote of the county is the vote of all the other A fair estimate gives the county to the republicans by about 275 free evening showing him orderly observation m the consequently Following precincts s C and The blind tiger is on short grazing in Lancaster now Harry Wards minstrels played to a big house here last The show is up tothe average Best accommodations by ville Stage Line RICE BENGE aug30tf Why buy a readymade suit when you can have one made to incas ure for TEN DOLLAusf J C Our line of gloves never more complete nor prices satisfactory than this season See em J Jo The old float found grazing pretty short this election He will be in clover next year when the county ra Celt are run We want to exchange dry goods hats shoes and groceries for butter eggs potatoes chickens feathers etc Patterson Sympson F P Frisbie has arranged a in his drug store for the purpose of checking wraps and overcoats for patrons of the Opera House He makes no charge and receives much praise for the kindness Take Notice For some unknown cause some of our brands of flour hake been our brands areMin6rs X X X X Patent Queen of Household Low Grade Try our flour and we will guarantee every sack of it J S Son Ready For Geo Eckstein the merchant tailor who broke his leg in Cincinnati has recovered sufficiently to come back to Lancaster and resume work in his shop over Logan Robin sons store Take him your work he will treat you right you Kllllus at Buckeye Just after the close of the polls at Buckeye Luther Ray and Edgar Brown two prominent young men of that neighborhood had a difficulty in which Ray cut Browns throat killing him almost instantly We understand the parties had previously had trouble ind Tuesdays difficulty was not the result of politics Both men are about twenty years of age Brown is the son of Mr Luther Brown Both boys are well known and have manyf riends Richmond Court A great many horses were on the market and sold as follows Plugs 25 to 60 average grade sold readily at Mules were abundant Prices a little off varying from 80 to 105 About 1200 cattle on sale at the pens Yearlings sold at 3ic 900 lb breeders at 4c and not all taken owing to the lack of pasturage caused by drouth Register A Happy Event The local lodge of Odd Fellows de cided at last meeting to show their appreciation of one of their oldest and most beloved members Mr T W Reid on the occasion of the fifti eth anniversary of his marriage Ac cordingly all met Friday evening and repaired in a body to his residence on Richmond street Each took a bas ket of good things to eat and when the party walked into the house en tirely unannounced Mr Reid was completely dumbfounded He had not the slightest intimation of their coming The provisions were placed in the dining room and after all had congratulated Mr and Mrs Reid and spent some time in pleasant conversa tion the feast was spread The color ed band was taken along and music during the entire evening After supper several addresses were made in which the speakers told Mr Reid of the high esteem in which he was held by his brethren and the community Mr G B Swinebroad then took the floor and in a neat speech presented Mr Reid with a tendollar gold piece with the compli ments of the lodge Mr and Mrs Reid were married in Lexington by the Rev Mr Pratt He moved to Lancaster shortly after and has resided here since Two daugh ters and a son bless their union He is in his seventythird year and she is seventy Mr Eied was made an Odd Fellow in 1848 No couple stand high er in the estimation of the people than theySunday morning at the Baptist church the members and Sunday school scholars presented them with a handsome set of silver spoons The presentation was made by the pastor Mr Wolford and Rev R R West of Washington D C made a prayer TilE RECORD joins with the entire community in wishing this happy couple many more years of health and happiness FBIENDSIIIP LOVE AND TRTJTH These words never meant so much to me as they did on last Friday when my brother and sister Odd Fellows assembled at my house in honor of my Golden Wedding You paid to me what I already believed you profess and vou practice Friend ship Love and Truth Brothers and sisters I thank you my wife joins me in thanking you heartily T W REm Nicholas Hemp m as more seph counter I misrepresented GarratoraStraight Iilor recently andgive satisfaction from 125 dispensed little night your Business 60 evening y The Masonic lodge meets next Tues day evening at 530 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 Rev R R West of Washington D C who is visiting his father Col John K West will preach at the Bap tist church Sunday One house on long pay ments also one house and lot for rent J Romans Do not fail to see my line of Suits made to measure for TEN before the stock is broken J C HEMHIIILL We will sell 15 Ibs best granulated sugar for 1 best corn at 9c per can best tomatoes at 9c per can and all other groceries at corresponding low prices Patterson Sympson Successors to Gaines Ball Uncle Hobs Vacation Robt McSpadden head porter at the Mason House leaves Saturday for London to spend his vacation and take a rest Uncle Bob is one of the few oldtime darkeys who have the respect and confidence of all the peo ple Everybody likes Uncle Bob Gov W O Bradley spoke to an im mense crowd in this city Monday The town was full of peo ple but everything passed off peacea bly He also spoke at the court house that night He was in fine speaking trim and aroused great enthusiam in the boys College Boys Fight Over in Lexington Saturday the Centre College and Central Universi ty football teams had a freeforall fight in the lobby of the Phoenix ho tel They had just played a tie game and were greatly excited One mans leg was broken another had a shoul der dislocated a few ribs were and other bruises and scratches in flicted Some people argue that col lege faculties should prohibit this game We say let it continue and kill and cripple up as many as possible for a boy who has no more sense than to participate in such brutal sports will never amount to anything anyway and the sooner he is shelved the bet ter His room is of more benefit to the world than is his presence For Slle arc l j cracked S dt Winter DOLL ns S C afternoon Comforts and blankets in great abundance at Josephs Just received another fresh car lime and cement Get our prices before buying J S Minor Son Fill your cistern with pure water by using the Haselden Filter Keeps oil disease J R Haselden Look here prices when you can O K on all kinds of Saddles ect at Conns Carriage Shop For Sale Twenty good feeders 1100 Ibs 20 good 750 lb steers 1011tf W MeG Johnston If you call for Potts flour of the stores in Lancaster and they havent got it order it direct from mills II C Potts BuckeyeKy Save A Few Dollars Come to see me Monday and leave your order for or an overcoat at 750 1000 1200 or 15 Quality wear and fit guaranteedM Agt The Williams Comedy Cnmpany closed a successful weeks engagement at the local Opera House Saturday night They gaye great satisfaction They give a good clean show worthy of the patronage of all classes of Will Make a Good One We see our old schoolmate J B Walker announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for clerk in Madison There never was a more honest hardworking man than is Jim Walker He is strictly business and if given the position the affairs of the office will certainly be in good i hands Garrard County Bible Society Following is a program for the an nual meeting of the Garrard County Bible Society which will be held at the Methodist church in this city next Sunday night 1 Voluntary by choir 2 Read ing Scripture Rev L Robinson 3 Prayer 4 Minutes of last Annual Meeting and of Executive Committee by John M Duncan Secty 4 Re ports of J C Thompson Dep and W FT Kinnaird Treas 6 Election of nfilcers for the ensuing year 7 Time and place of next Annual Meet ing 8 Miscelaneous Business I Music by choir 10 Address by Eld A E Moore 11 Address Wolford 12 Music by choir 13 Address by Dr J L McKee 14 Doxology 15 Bene diction by Rev L Robinson stop aying igh ge pri Vehicl arness atany leading asuit people by Rev J E C t Examine our line of Heating Stoves We can please you and save you money J R HASELDEN J A FavoriteAir Stoves Beazley Co jRineral Directors Arterial and Cavity Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets CLEARING SALE- We realize that the only effectual wav to make business hum is to have a sale all the time and not wait for dull months to adver at 350 Overcoats worth Overcoats worth 1250 at 10 Suits worth 650 at 500 Suits worth 350 Jackets worth 500 at 350 Ladies 100 Hocker Bootees worth 500 at450 Blankets Comforts and very cheap R L Jennings Co Leading Merchants Paint Lick R L Davidson Attorney At Lav Life insurance policies bought for loaned on for sums of 500 upward Embalming- A waythe bringyou750 at G50 LadiesJackets andWomens Cashor Underwear Before Buying Your Dont Fail to Visit Our Store rfID 8 8 8 m J J fAll AND WINTER m 0 s CLOTHING f eovoooooooaooooo000000000000000000000oooooaooooooaota4o49 200 Will buy a boys nice school to 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 lit 750 1250 We have a fine stock of faney Wor steds and cassimers made in all the colors ffiJPl suit S new 000000000000000000000000000 FE F a El 1 oooooo I50 cts 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 Wrlghts Health Underwear the very best made shirts or drawers 100 wench bllbriggan underwear shirts or drawers sizes 34 to 36 FE 1f1S111S1S1Sif7 We FE FE F IFEI I Most Com pie Stock Mens and Boys Underwear t IN LANCASTER Ask to see ur Royal Silk Plush i Underwear only 3 per suit Robinson 1iI B B IJ B iii B II Jj BillS Iii i WE ARE SHOWING r o J I Logan 1J CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 8 xgoo EVERT WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE Y 4 B IN ADVANCE tKRMS Six MOHTH8 THREE 100 50 JKARKSBDKY M G Aldridge sold a nice bunch of shoats to C A Robinson at 4cts II D Aldridge has bought several loads of corn from T I Herring and J Tomas for 8175 in the crib Mr Oliver Boner a promising young drummer was with his parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner Sunday Mr Sam Hughes and family of Danville spent Sunday with N H Bogie and wife Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis accompanied by her neice spent with Miss Sue Sutton Misses Kaufman and Elliott of Nicholasville spent part of last week with Mrs F K Sutton Mrs S A Norris is visiting Dr and Mrs J H Durham at Collsport Rev Wheatley wife and daughter Neomie and Mrs Edd Wheatley of Danville attended preaching at the Fork Sunday and visited Mrs B A Copass Rev J L Bruce of Danville delivered an excellent sermon at the Fork church Sunday in the absence of the pastor Rev B A Copass Rev Win Anderson and wife nee Miss Octavia Kemper of Oklahoma an nounced the arrival of a little lady at their home She has been christened Genie in honor of her grand mother Mrs J B Kemper Miss Ruth Al dridge returned last week from a two weeks visit to Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bryantsville Messrs T D Chestnut and D T Scott made a flying trip to Nicholasville last week Miss Tine Johnson of Lancaster spent Sunday with F B Kemper and family PEEACHEBSVILLE J F Payne sold a colt to Mike Ken nedy for 2000 Geo Scott sold a calf to John Bin gamnan for 1100 F F Cummins sold a heifer to J L Hutchinsfor 2100 Rev W M C Hutchins sold a horse to J P Rogers for 5000 James Campbell has returned home without buying any land J II Thompson bought about 30 hogs in Rockca tle county last week at 4c James Pettus of Stanford was vis iting the family of Mrs J F Pettus MondayMrs J Pherigo and daughter Miss Bettie of McQueary was visiting the family of H C Cummins last week The infant child of Mr and Mrs Ebb Kennedy died Monday morning We extend our sympathy to the bereaved J L Anderson entertained a of his friends and relatives last Sunday in honor of his brother John Anderson of Washington City Mr J C McKee of London Saturday and completed arrangements to open School here the first of Jan uary lie has secured the aid of three as good teachers as can be found He says he will insure as fine instruction in his school as can be found in the state the prospect is good for a fine opening That Theobbing Headache Would quickly leave you ifyou used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less merit for Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up Easy to take try them only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 25 Sunday I ones number Headaches your health S S wash ere Mrs Fado Parks spent last Monday John Newland of color is very sick with pneumonia Miss Mollie Spainhower is Misses SallIe and Ocie Dudderar week WH Hammack and wife moved to his fathers A J Hammack McQuery sold his crop corn in the field to Mr Alex Doty 150 per There was some shooting in neighborhood Saturday night but no one seriously hurt McCREARY Jim Saunders the little son of Saunders fell from a horse and his arm last Saturday Miss Bettie Pherigo and have returned from a visit to and relatives in Lincoln county Mrs Clayton Wearen from Lexing ton is visiting her mother Mrs Aim ra Wearen Mrs Julia Holman little sons of Lincoln county the guests of Mr Wm Simpson wife last week Miss Irene is visiting her friend Miss Sallie My ers in Jessamine county this week Miss Maggie Saddler was the guest Miss Myrtle Ray of Gunns Chapel Saturday and Sunday Mr Sutton and family visited Mr Grimes at Kirksville Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Dunn Miss Lelia Sandidge are with Maggie and Susie Sandidge week A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture Anna E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Penn when she found that Kings New Discovery Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could her no help but she says of this Roy al soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding praises throughout the Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or lungs Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug store Every bottle guaranteed There are two places in a newspaper where a man is superstitious about having his name appear the obituary column and the police court record A Blacksmith Saved silts Little Mr H H Black the wellknown vil age blacksmith at Grahamsville Su 11 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 We have had the doctor and used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance It seems 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 McRoberts 1m Beware of the man who smiles when he is angry he is likely to be And beware of the man who looks grum when he is glad he is probably a humorist For all fresh cutsor 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 C J E Stormes 1m i f 1 at Flatwood WednesdayMr Mrs Kirby Dr Cureit llage Sons Life R E dangerous working FLAT WOODS visitin thi las o fo barrel- Sthi Job high moth friend a we a Day a a Miss t f ma gi g t e n n n h ve OOOXXOOOOOO OOO OOOOOOOOCCOCO The GRIM REAPER YANCEY Mr Robert Yancey who resided in Lancaster for some time died in Lex iugton last Friday and was buried this city Saturday He was born Owen county Ky where he spent the greater portion of his life He died at the age of 81 years His wife preceded him 23 years ago He had one son Dr Yancey of Owen who passed to his reward a few months ago The only child is Mrs Dr ONeal of this city Mr Yancey was a member of the Christian church Elder G W cey who served this church here for several years was his youngest MRS NANNIE ARNOLD After a lingering illness Mrs Nan nie C Arnold died at her home on Danville street Friday morning at an early hour She had been at deaths door for many days and was a great sufferer Funeral services were Saturday and the remains at the Lancaster Cemetery The family have much sympathy in their great bereavement Mrs Ar nold was born Sept 1st 1834 died Nov 1st 190o she was the daughter of Humphrey and Annie Arnold the youngest of eleven children One brother survives her residing in Kansas She was the mother of seven children four of whom are left to mourn her loss Isaac Arnold of this county Mrs G S Rothwell of St Louis Mo Misses Jennie and Lu cie Arnold of this place She joined the Christian church at Bethel in her 15th year and afterwards united with the church at Fair View where she remained until six years ago At the death of her husband she with her two daughters moved to this place Her life with the exception of eight years in Missouri was spent in this county at the old home place on Back Creek He Didnt Care Housewife My dear I see a twocol umn article in the Sunday paper about how even flour is being adulterated Husband Well I dont care ner need you We cant git nothing wrong with our stomick if we take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin All druggists sell it or see R E Me Roberts druggist 1m The trouble with a great many young men is they dont like to work between mealsA Painting may be worth a big pum kin may take first premium but Dr Caldwells 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 drug store 1m It is the little things that especially when they come as twins and triplets 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 rig orously for five minutes at each ap plication A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe Asa general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and Pain Balm is unequalled for sale by R E McRoberts 1m Blessings are like children to be appreciated they should be few and far between 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 f iT T I OOOOOOO4 oe I I county remaining brother conducted interred Peabody milliousor Headache count rheumatism Chamberlains bowels inin 0t 00000ooooe Yr Dicltubt its SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY PLAN INSURANCE REVERSED Which do You Prefer Over 330000 paid in living benefits Over 160000 Reserve and Surplus Over 60000 Paid in September Promotes Economy Guarantees Safety sff Secures Large r Returns in Profits A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Call on J C Hemphill Jno G Austin T Farris Bradfordville Ky Lancaster Special Agent 75 m We Pay While You They Pay When You DIe 4 G 2 1 Live s s or Ky j f r c a Jno S Baughman sold to J II Sympson a twoyearold mare for 100 R N Rankin bought of John Crock ett 10 mules at and Wm 35 at 65 Carlisle Mercury The that there are 9 000600 less cattle 4000000 less hogs and 3000000 less sheep than in 1890 At Barton Bells sale In Bourbon- n Shorthorns from 15 to 300 New Forest Wild Eyes brought the latter amount Kansas raised this year the biggest crop of wheat ever credited to one State and its bank deposits have near ly doubled since 1896 Grub out the briars and sprouts in the fence corners if you have any and hereafter mow them down with the scythe until they are effectually kill ed out Total stocks of all kinds of grain now in publicand private elevators in 31798000 bushels of which 19306000 bushels are wheat 4474 000 corn and 7178000 oats There has been quite an increase in the number of sheep in the United States during the past two years ag re atin about 4000000 yet the number is now nearly 4000000 less than five years ago and 9000000 less than fifteen years Veterinary Inspector Dr nave out the followng notice All cattle below the Federal Quarantine line will be allowed to come to Ken tucky without any restriction during the months of November and Decem ber These cattle were prohibited from the State during the summer months as they were infected with diseases w h i c h was feared would spread among other cattle LINCOLN D Holtzclaw sold to A R Huheny his farm of acres at S42 L Joseph bought VV S Jones of Harrison 70 1592 lb pound cattle at 5c E P Woods bought of A W Carpenter a bunch 1100 pound cattle at 3ic J M Reyn olds of Waynesburg is buying corn here at 150 and hauling it to his place of business Lutes Co sold to J M Gotten 33 900pound slop cattle at 4c and tq F T Fox 70 135pound hogs at 4c Interior Journal In treating a sprain wring a folded flannel out of boiling water by laying in a thick towel and twisting the ends in opposite directions shake it to cool it a little lay it on the painful part and cover it with apiece of dry flan nel Change the fomentation until six have been applied being careful not to have them so hot as to ourn the skin Bandage the part it possible and in six or eight hours repeat the application As soon as it can be borne rub well with extract of witch hazel November Ladies Hume Jonr MERCER ITEMS The clover seed crop in this section is a failure farmers report early wheat dying from the drought J C Gallagher had 40 acres of corn to average a to the shock Steve Lucas bought seven young mules of John Robinson at 40 a head Last week John Gal lalier sold 50 barrels of cnrn at 175 This is the general price here at pres Mr Reb Goddard was in town Saturday with some fine specimens of corn raised on his farm Many of the ears contain 35 rows of corn whit the average run of the corn will shell fifty ears to the bushel and forty sample ears weighed seventythree pounds The seed came from Tennessee Soy ingS All trees draw the ground They do not monopolize the plant food so much as they do the water supply The roots of most trees extend later ally as far as the height of the trees and for adistance of half their height impossible to grow anything This the reason why so many farmers will hardly tolerate a tree or a hedge on their place except around the house But trees are of great value as shade for stock and as wind breaks and a fine avenue of uniform trees adds much to the beauty of the By digging deep trenches on the sides of tree rows of hedges next to adjoining orchards or fields and off the lateral roots the shade will not draw the ground Such a trench can be cut with a heavy by running one furrow in the bottom of the other and carrying an axe to cut the big roots The furrow can be turned back and smoothed Such a furrow will need opening every other year as big trees grow rapidly in tilled ground C There is probably no disease more distressing and annoying than piles Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is daily curing cases of years standing of itching and bleeding piles The cure begins on the first application a perseverance makes the cure complete Price 50c in bottles Tubes is cents C C J E Stormes 1m A bad boy seldom gets his fromjiis father The old man usually hangs on to all he has 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 is yere cases make it a favorite every For sale by R E McRoberts it C 5 Thompson censusshows brought ago NOTEsB nal Many barrel landscape plow little where C Chicagoan Elsen sis cutes bad man nets 28 to of of to he NeWS A deserter from the U S Army holds a generals commission with the Filipinos In competition with European bid ders an American steel company ob tained an order for 5000000 worth rolling stock for South African rail roadsGen Wm Booth commanderin chief of the Salvation Army is to come over next year to take personal charge of the work in the United States Eager the English race horse beat the American Royal Flush in their match race The American carried pounds handicap which proved to be too much Howard and Youtsey convicted of the assassination of Gov Gobel and complicity therein were removed from the Frankfort jail to Louisville by agreement for safekeeping Gen John B Castleman in his to Gov Beckham resigning the of flee of Adjutant General reviews the military history of the State follow ing the assassination of Gov Goebel The Queen Crescent has just rec orded a run of 113 miles in ninety seven minutes between lIeridan and Lumberton Miss or at the rate eightyfive and onehalf miles an hour Green Golden who is accused complicity in the conspiracy to assas sinate Gov Gobel instituted corpus proceedings before Moore at Frankfort and was baiUn the sum of 5000 Bruner of Olaton home from her daughters Mrs W IcDaniel who lived only a hundred yards distant and on home she fell dead on the side the road says the Hartford Herald Four new cases of small pox are re ported at the railroad camps of the O and K in Breathitt county The scare from the is becoming so great that it in all probability retard the work on the road to a large extent George Broaddus well known in lice circles was shot and instantly killed in a saloon fight at Lexington The top of Broaddus head was blown off by a shotgun in the hands of Chas Downing a huckster Eye witnesses the tragedy tell widely different stories The citizens of county who had subscribed 2500 for the purpose erecting a new telephone system Elizabethtown and Hardin county opposition to the Cumberland phone Company held two meetings at the courthouse and finally by a vote 160 to 18 voted to dissolve the or ganization Statistics show that railroad men are becoming more temperate Twen 20 Per cent of the men discharged on the New York Central were let out for drunkenness Now in an army of 30000 men on that line less than i per cent are discharged for this cause Tom Baker who stabbed John J Connelton at Bryant a few miles from Antigo Wis several days ago during a political row was shot and killed by George Connelton Baker is said to have been a desperado from Kentucky where it is alleged he killed several men The jury in the will case at involving the property of White valued at 60000 unable return a verdict has been Relatives of White fought the will as he left the major portion of his estate to G W Linkenfelter who was superintendent of his farm and no relative Fire broke out supposedly from spontaneous combustion in the big bluegrass seedcleaning house of R B Hutchcraft at Paris and spread to his large threestory ware room The buildings were entirely consumod A great quantity of wheat and bluegrass was destroyed The loss is 60000 partially covered by insurance The SparksMiles case in which Mr N D Miles of Nicholasville was ac cused of receiving money under false pretenses has been amicably settle out of court in a way satisfactory to both Mr Sparks and Mr Miles Each acknowledges that the other proceed ed with honest intentions in the mat ter of trying to collect certain debts A messenger boy may possess plenty I of sand but it is not quicksand Many people are suffering fearfully from indigestion or dyspepsia when one single bottle of Herbine 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 J E Stormes 1m A man never has real trouble until has a son big enough to wear his clothes Never try to coax a cold or cough use the that quers both Coussens Honey of Tar the great for all throat and lung troubles Price 25 and 50 cents C J E stormes 1m Children and fools always tell the truth and they generally have an un disputed monopoly of it You cant afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or a cold to develop into pneumonia or consumption One I Minute Cough Cure will cure throat and lung troubles quicker than any other preparation known Many doc tors use it as a specific for grippe Itan infallible remedy for croup Children like it and mothers endorse FP Friable i IOIoGENE letter J u d g Mrs J R going B way 38disease ofwill poof Hardin ty years ago Lexington Robinson discharged I remedy unfailingly I a i44doto6000J44400440do8 Rb 000000000000000 00000 S hob alloy on- line railroad T S con specific IMPORTANT NOTICE To the Good People of Garrard County we wish to that we are getting up the best MERCHANT TAILOR ING in the south We have two of the best CUTTERS Our work is all done right here under our own supervis ion We employ nothing but the most expert Tailors TRADE HOUSE but HONEST TAILORS Drive down and see us we guarantee to save more than your expen ses and remember all garments tried on and satisfac ion guaranteed Respectfully ROWLAND WOODCOCK DANVILLE KY J ranging of of j Kissing a fashionable young lady on the cheek is one way to remove paint DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best liver pills made Easy to take and never gripe F P Frisbie 1m The more aimless a boy is the better he likes to runaround with a shot gun 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 The easiest thing for a boy to catch with a bent pin is the schoolteacher- Of Herbine sweetens the breath bright ens the eyes and clears the complex ion without the slightest ill effects and ensuers the natural bloom of health Price 50 cents It takes about four generations of riches to produce a boy without frec kles Whites Cream Vermifuge the unhealthy tissue upon which worms thrive it brings and quickly a healthy condition of body where worms cannot exist Price 25 cents Stormes im The youthful graduate is the only person who knows exactly how this country should be run successfully Both makers and circulators of counterfeits commit fraud Honest men will not deceive you into worthless counterfeits of Witch Hazel Salve The original is infallible for curing eczema and all skin diseases F P Frisbie The young man who would take life easy should be careful to select a wealthy and influential father Many people worry because they be have heart disease The are that their hearts are all but their stomachs are unable to digest food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and prevents the formation of gas which makes the stomach press against the heart It will cure every form of indigestion F P Frisbie as ewhatever d as w C C J E piles sores inchances inright I rema sv buy DeWi I c Of w Good Teeth mean health and reputation since without them the food cannot be chewed properly and this means in digestion and dyspepsia Avoid the harmful effect of decayed UNSIGHTLY AND NEGLKC TED TEETH by Laving us put you in possession of what you need to go through this world properly Our methods are per feet our prices special DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government Build ing in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Otlice open all night A Wonderful Offer to Women We have received word of a most offer which is to be made to women by The Delineator of New York Taking tho fact that next year begins century The Delineator offers to 17500 among 1901 women The plan so cleverly arranged that a woman living in a small town or village has just as good a to win one of these 1901 prizes as a woman living in a the prizes are given for tho number of subscriptions secured in a town in proportion to the popu lation of that town instead of being given simply to thoso who Bend the largest list of of course are most easily obtained in big cities Another clever feature the is that all tho cities and towns of the United States and Canada have been in neven classes The cities of the greatest population are grouped in Class I and as these cities are not very many the prizes offered are twentyeight tho high est prize being 500 and tho lowest 500 The total amount of prizes given away in this class is 1000 Tho remaining smaller towns and villages fall into six other and as the number of towns in a class increases of course there are more small towns than large the amount of prizes given away to a class increases so that in Class 7 there will be 4000 distributed among 601 winners Furthermore to everyone who fails to win one of the 1901 there will be paid an extra commission on subscriptions provided they one out of every two hundred in habitants of the town from which the con testant sends them This is altogether a very liberal offer and one the famous old is well able to make good From our point of view we do sot sea why such an offer needs to be made by tho Publishers of The for subscribers Its strong upon tho affcc tidns of American women come in tho past generation from its practical remarkable anew distribute is citybecause subscriberswhich arranged classes because ones believe it already has nearly halt a drove details and matters Delineator mill d on viva WIT AND WISDOM were birdlike saw him the day before gazing at Mrs Quelpera ducks You dont suppose it was they that put the idea into his head Bos ton f Transcript- S Miss you hear about one of our caddies getting married Miss Green No is that so Yes and he requested the organist to play some thing appropriate And did he Yes he played After the Ball Yonkers Statesman Not Her Fault Slay erybodys talking about the way you let Jack Huggard kiss you on the links yesterday Belle Hazard Well I couldnt help it I was just teeing off when he asked me if he could have just one kiss I yelled Fore and he took Press Her Neighborly Reciprocity How do you like your new neighbor Mrs Way Not at all Shes awful stingy Why she borrowed our tack hammer and a nutmeg early in the week but when I went over yesterday to ask her to lend me eight dollars to pay on the rent she said she didnt have it to spare Wasnt that small Philadelphia Tel egraph A woman says a bachelors life is a magnificent breakfast a passable lunch and a miserable dinner Chicago Daily News Back and Forth Edmund what made you so late My dear I cams up in my new automobile and passed the house five times before I could ar range to Journal To Send Away Well that caps the climax that Cook says those folks in that little house on the corner came over while we wer gone and had their photographs taken sit ting on our veranda Indianapolis Journal Hat tie He paid me a very pretty THE CHINESE SLEEVE DOG Tiny Specimen of the Canine Race Kept la the Imperial Palace at Peking At the imperial palace at Peking are kept jealously guarded from the outer world tiny specimens of the canine race known as sleeve dogs Only one of the breed has ever been in the United States says the New York Tribune Dr C Masoero a veterinary surgeon of San Francisco is the owner of the tiny animal which is called Morgan Dr Masoero obtained his pet from the person who brought Morgan from China who is now in Peking but who did not steal the dog himself In any other country save China it would probably be impossible to re serve to royalty the possession of a particular breed of dogs but there customs are such that it is an easy thing to do The women of the court loose sleeve of the dress worn by the women in China makes this mode of carrying the tiny animals convenient and this is the reason that they are called sleeve dogs They are not allowed to run on the to a limited degree which accounts for the extraordinary length to which the hair grows out from the tips of their toes The person who brought Morgat from China and gave him to Dr Maso ero says that in n residence of TY years in Peking he only saw three specimens of the sleeve dog One of the palace eunuchs one day came to him and told him that he wished to talk to him in private The eunuch appeared to be greatly agitated As soon as the two were alone the eu nuch stealthily drew from under his garment a sleeve dog the penalty for stealing which is torture and death Knowing this Dr Masoeros friend managed to secure Morgan at his own price He was however obliged to keep the concealed un til the time when lie was ready to make his trip to the United States The opportunity which Dr Masoeros friend enjoyed for seeing the only other sleeve dogs which it is said ever get outside the palace he secured through an official acquaintance The empress dowager of China decided to send Queen Victoria on the occasion of her jubilee in 1S07 a present of two of these royal dogs On their way to England one of them died at Tientsin and only one reached Wind sor castle Am Occult laflaeaee fortuneteller told me that some powerful influence was standing between me and success in life Do you suspect anyone I cant decide whether its the baby or the cook Chicago Record At Rcstauraat First Man is on fire I Perfect I suppose remarked the rietta agree perfectly Oh yes answered Mr Meektoa after a moments hesitation on some points It was only this morning that too Washington Star t stopIndianapolis bats compliment Be said my movements BerthaI ReddDid Z PutterEv themPhiladelphia carrythem groundexcept dog the excitedlyOur restaurant Second ancamlYlCom tbeD up and perhaps at lest we may b able to get something Weekly who was on a visit that you and lIen t q living The hurry hot Ptarson a Accord relative 4 randok WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR 6 X r Jffi WJJ fil jJjJl Ii E5 ras IIttTJS C o o o o oo oooo mooooo000000 o oooo ooooo ooo l THE-e I 1IrriSbieIJs J1a r aC3TrtJi JJ Jill1o 00 00 oo ooooooooooYOOOOOOOOOa o a o00000000 0000000oooMao ooe oo oo 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 before Very Respectfully NOEL SISTERS 110000000000000000oooooooooooooooo I I I I I Lancaster JLI 000000000oooeoe 000oeoe0cooooo00000000000000000000 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 8 xgoo A II Rice of Nashville was here to cast his vote Miss Martha Tillett visited Mrs Will Watkins Sunday Sam Joseph one of the hustling shoe drummers was in town Satur day Mr W C Price of Danville was in town Saturday and paid us a pleasant callMrs J H Hagerman Lexington has been visiting Mrs Robert Camp bell Misses Higginbotham of Marcellus spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Shu mateMrs Middlesboro attended the GainesRoyston wed ding Mrs Ann Walker is with her daugh ter Mrs 0 W Rignoy to spend the winterDanville Martha Stephens of the D D is visiting LancasterLee and Hayden Leavell have almost entirely recovered from typhoid fever Miss Bettie Sparks of Bryantsville has been visiting her sister Mrs Le onidas Robinson Miss Florence Harris has returned from a months visit to Mrs Hunter Irvine in Louisville J Hunt McMurtry came home from Washington to vote He has a good job in the Census Department W H Harris the popular operator of Carlisle spent Sunday with his his parents Mr and Mrs E W Har ris Mesdames Slaughter and Daw Ma ban and children of Danville were visitors of Mrs G S Gaines this weekJ Johnston who held a position at the Lakeland Asylum under the republican administration is here thisweek mingling with old friends r 1 L II UUOO II II 00110 o Lavenia Parks of AdvocateMiss r t ee0000o0ooe0eoo0ooawoeeoooo0ot ROOT PCOPF 0000 r1 IM I Mr Ben Herndon is clerking in the Logan Dry Goods Store Mrs W A Bogleof Owensborois iting her parents W II wifeRev H N Faulconer and wife have returned to their home in Hillsboro OhioMiss Lizzie Beazley of Crab Orch ard was here a few days the past weekJ M Logan and L F Hubble are in Chicago this week on important business Miss Pearl Faulconer after a few days visit in this city has returned to DanvilleMiss Francis of Paint Lick spent a few days with Mrs W B Mason this week Miss Mary Burnside is in Paint Lick visiting her cousin Miss Florence BurnsideDr McMurtry and daughter of Louisville were entertained Friday by Mrs Susan Price Mr Alexander Campbell of Betha ny West Va has been with his son Mr Robert Campbell Elder Holton Frank of Lexington was the quest of Mr H A B Marks bury Saturday and Sunday Mrs Elbert Smith and little daugh ter Margaret of Jellico Tenn are visiting Mrs George Farris Mrs Nancy Hagan and Bettie Duer son of Kirksville visited Mrs John Leavell and family last week John L Anderson leaves Saturday for his home in Washington Citv a months visit to his old home Miss Mary Gill has returned from a visit to her sisters Misses Martha and Helen at Wesleyan College Ox ford Ohio Mrs H W Powell who has been ve ry low with typhoid fever has sufficiently to visit her mother who is not expected to live Richmond Pantagraph Wm Den ny and Harry Francis of Garrard were here yesterday Bob Arnold of Garrard county was among the courtday visitors yesterday Mt Vernal H Bastin of Lancaster President of the Kentucky Telephone Association spent several days here this week while the line was being stretched between here and Wildie after recovered SignalA Wherritt and 147 for 100 or for 8O eggs uUUuUuuuu uu i i 1 peck of Meal 15c Rice best lOc 1 20c 1 can Corn best 10c 1 can Tomatoes lOc 1 can Oysters lOc Coffee none better20c II I 11 I lIb peck Potatoes lib F r Films Printing Paper 1 Ib Crackers lOc Prunes new lib Soda lOc Ginger Snaps lOc Sugar 06c 3 cakes of Soap 06c Total 147 NJOII 00 IIIUIOO lIb lIb lIb large r 0e0000eN OC We will give all the above for 100 or if you have eggs bring them along and we will give the above for 80 guarantee to give as much for produce as anyone We are sole agents for A W Ledcastle Sons Bos ton Mass the largest manufacturers of shoes in the United States and we guarantee our price on shoes etc We have a complete line of hats shirts underwear PATTERSON SYMPSON i IIIIIII CNJIIIII We r i usax We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our line I Charlie Norris of Frankfort came up to cast his vote see the boys Mrs Annie Prewitt Misses Palmer of Kirksville Lou Rothwell of Paint Lick Mr Ben Slavin wife and daugh ter Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville attended the funeral of Mrs Nannie Arnold CUPIDS CAPERS Mr A Hirsch of The Globe Danville was married in Cincinnati Monday to Miss Stella Lowenthal Invitations are out to the marriage of John Bright Jr formerly of Stan ford but now of Grays to Miss Lu cile tile beautiful daughter of Dr Burdett Ramsey of Paint Lick at eight oclock Nov 21st The engagement is announced of Mr Graham Vreeland of Louisville and Miss AnneCrutcher of Woodford county Mr Vreeland is the staff correspondent of the CourierJournal and his many friends unite in their congratulations to him BAUGHMANCALDWELI wedding was one of the leading socie ty events in our neighboring city ma ny guests being present and handsome preparations being made for the occa sion The bride is one of Boyle coun tys most beautiful and lovable young ladies and has been a leader in Dan ville society The groom is quite well known in Garrard having many relatives and friends here He is a brother of Mr John S Baughman of this county THE RECORD joins ma ny Garrardites in extending GAINESItoYSTON In the spacious parlor of the home of the brides parents the wedding of Mr Edward Chambers Gaines and Miss Mabel Clare Royston was sol emnized at 1030 oclock yesterday af ternoon Miss Mary Gill with Mr Robert Davidson led the way to the bowwindow which was banked with chrysanthemums ferns and palms Then followed Mr Gaines with Mr Millard West the best man Just behind came Miss Mabel on the arm of her sister Miss Anne maid of honor and there met Mr Gaines in the inner part of semicircle Dr McKee the beloved pastor of the Presbyterian church the same minis ter that united the brides father and mother then came and in most sacred sentences made the two one The wedding march was played most ap propriately by Miss Grace Kinnaird The strains of Longes Flower Song were heard during the ceremony The brides going away gown was a hand some tailoc suit of castor broad cloth a hat of brown velvet and autumn leaves and gloves to match Miss Anne Royston was attired in gown of blue covert cloth and black velvet hat Miss Gill wore a black cloth tai lor gown and black velvet hat Mr Gaines wore the conventional black suit The newly wedded pair imme diately drove to Danville where they took train for Lexington Cincinnati Louisville and other points two weeks they will return to this place where they will take rooms The bride is charming and is one of our most popular society girls The groom is a prominent bus iness man The best wishes of their many friends and the CENTRAL REC ORD follow them in their journey through life Robbed tbe Grave f A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no ually growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up and surprise the first bottle made a improvement I continued their for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another Roberts drug store 001000000000000000000000000000000000 1 F Presbyterian VirginiaCaldwell congratulations After youngwoman appetitegrad tryingElectric trythem and 04000000000000004r440000000000A000pr use TIlE TIGER How dare you interfere As long as whisky is made its going to be sold Im and can do as I please THE LAW Nay nay Tige old boy The law must be obeyed Git r Lord HighCockALorem TrlStuto Vehicle and Implement Ex hibition Low Rates to Cincinnati Tickets will be on sale via Queen Crescent Route from all points Moreland and Crescent Springs for trains November 21st good to re turn 22nd account of above occasion Ask ticket agents for full particulars Kentucky Clilldrcuw Orphan Home On Sunday evening November 11 at the Methodist church Mr George L Sehon of Louisville of the Kentucky Childrens Home desires to present his work to the of Lancaster therefore it will be a union meeting and will be held in connection with the American Bible Society This is a work in which all should be interested and 111 are invited to be present Western hates Reduced Greatly reduced oneway and round trip second class rates will be in from Chicago via Wisconsin Railway to points in Minnesota North Dakota Montana Idaho Ore Washington and British Colum bia each Tuesday during October and November For detailed information inquire of nearest ticket agent or ad dress Jas C Pond Genl Pass Agent Milwaukee Wis til Nov 22 To the Ladle If you have not yet bought all your fall and winter outfit we would res pectfully call your attention to the fact that we now have tift h andsom est line of everything kept in a firstclass dry goods establishment and can furnish you the goods at pri ces that will surprise you Long ex perience has taught us how to buy and what to buy If you will call at our store we will quickly prove these statements J Joseph lLocoso 0000000 0 000 Superintendent cordially effect Central on strictly g oA000000p0000000000040000000 0 E bOCMseooooo00 000 between people Moi Powders I Flash i National Fox Hunters Preparations are now under head way for the annual Fox Hunters Meeting which will be held at Estill Springs commencing November 12 The management has left nothing undone to make the approaching meeting the most successful in the history of the Association Already large numbers of people from all over the United States have stated their intention of coming The largest crowd ever seen at a meeting of this kind is expected Richmond Regis ter A Book Club For a Small Town A writer in the November Ladies Home Journal telling how to organize book clubs in small communities says that one successful club wasstarted in a small country town of from r thous and to fifteen hundred inhabitants in which there was no public library of any kind Its charter members num bered seventeen Each member ex cept one who was chosen as secretary and gave service instead of money paid into the general treasury five dol lars a year With the sum so raised the club was able to subscribe for seventeen periodical weeklies and monthlies and to buy from seventeen to thirtyfour books chosen in general from among the new publications The most superstitious as well as the greatest thinkers of the present century admit that hens lay eggs be cause they cant stand them on end Editors Awful Plight Higgins Editor Seneca Ills News was afflicted for years with Piles that no doctor or remedy helped until he tried Bucklens Arnica Salve He writes two boxes wholly cured him Its the surest Pile cure on earth and the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cents Sold by R E McRoberts druggist F M The of the Lancaster Opera House are being for se curing the services of Judge M D Hughes as manager He is making the playhouse very popular by presenting the best attractions on the road congratulated j Owners rM BOTH PARTIES CAUGHT REPUBLICANSAND DEMOCRATSof Garrard County have caught on to the fact that ROYAL TAILORING is the dome of Perfection and they are casting their votes with us ROYAL TAILORING always it is made to satisfy every time from TIE ROYAL TAILORS Chicago If S A and we take delight in showing them to all who appreciate elegance and neatness in dress Our Price For 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 ccme and see us Buy Your f School Supplies New and SecondHand 3- IB O O S I McROBERTSDRUG STORE GO TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 LILLARD V STDUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND IRUGGISTS IUKDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of ou fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpTorDate 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 buysitmadelectsand lessa IIEMPHILL t COlX I I AT I I STORMES 1 2 5 STORE FOR Stationery i RUGS Imported JC y ffisiens Shatters Nerves Stiffens JointsIs due toan acid poison which gains access to theblood through failure of the organs to carry off and keep the system clear of all morbid matter This poison ff Sfiy through the general circulation is deposited in the muscles and nerves causing themost intense pain n Like otherblood diseases Rheumatism is often inherited and exposure to or cold w nt of food insufficient clothing or anything calculated to impair the health will frequently cause it to developm in early life but more often not until middle age or later In whatever whether acute or fcegiafSstn 5s Strictly a Blood Diesand no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble Neither do the preparations of V Jf and and the various mineral salts which the doctors always prescribe cure Rheumatism buts digestion break down the constitution ff lj A remedy builds up the general health and at the same time rids the system of the is the safe and certain cure for Rheumatism S S S made of roots herbs barks solvent purifying properties attacks the disease in the right way and in the right quickly neutralizes systemofthe Mood in a pure healthy state Mr I O Mallev 3 Street Indianapolis Ind for eighteen months was so terribly afflicted ijtlt Rheumatism lie was to feed or Doctors said case was He had S cured and he has never had a rheumatic pain since This was five years ago We will send free our book on Rheumatism which should be in the hands of every sufferer from this torturing disease Our physicians have made blood and skin diseases a life give you or advice wanted so write them fully and freely about your case We make no charge whatever for this service Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga D n useless Rheumatism may attack such suddenness as to make a few days healthyactive person helpless and bedridden with distorted shattered nerves or it play be in I tendency11 acqUIredor tt ruin the and o f i ofwonderful placethe bloodand Sunable elf his 55 Sprescriptions that friends had given him without the relief A few bottles of 8 S studyand HS 1JMAi1SM i1 anti severity and inherited i triol any The storestove loafer knowed it all tile time Store Room For Kent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at TIlE RECOUP otlice tf Some teachers who have taught the young idea how to ShOOt apparently did not know it was loaded Great JturgaiiiH Good quality long wear low prices arid good fits have increased my sales Suits and overcoats at 8850 to Give me a call at Thompsons block Richmond avenue M D Hughes Agt When a young man is sowing his wild oats he hopes that something will happen to destroy the crop Look to Your Interest Secure the services of C T Grimes to trim and prune fruit trees vines and all kinds of shrubbery He un derstands the business thoroughly and can give good references Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Mefthandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker tf Bryantsville JAPANESE SAILORS FRIEND A Scotch Girl Indention Tries Slake Their Stay In That Port IMennnnt The Japanese sailors who visit Eng land have a true friend in Miss Mc Lean a pleasantfaced Scotch girl who has taken them under her protecting wing as it were When they visit Eng land the Japanese sailors want to see as many sights as they can during their brief stay There was no one to guard against crimps or show them round until Miss McLean took up the work Thanks to her the sailors re ceive a warm welcome at the special Japanese institute for sailors which she has organized at Tilbury Miss McLean has for years taken a deep interest in the people of Japan For a long time she labored as a mis sionary in their midst and on her re turn to Engand she determined that os far as possible she would still work for them She therefore settled close to the docks and has since made it her business to visit every Japanese vessel that enters the port of London In this way she became acquainted with the saiors and gained their confidence Finding that they were all eager to see London she offered to act as their guide and the Japanese sailors ac cepted it with delight and accordingly under her escort thousands of Japanese sailors have been conducted over all the public buildings and places of in terest in the metropolis Concerning Woman Miss Spitkurl giggling Oh Mr Sharp you know a woman is only as old as she looks Mr ought to be thankful she isnt as young as she acts Detroit Free Press Tit for Tat Client angrily I say this bill of yours is a downright robbery Great Criminal Lawyer who has won his clients case So crime 2f Y World 20 to SharpShe wasyour them HE FOUND THE NICKEL The ostentatious Young Swell Was Hardly a Match for the Street Car Conductor The presence of half a dozen unusual ly pretty young women may have had something to do with the beginning of the incident If so the fact that they were there at the close was anything but pleasant to one of the principal actors the Philadelphia Inquirer It occurred on an Eleventh an afternoon or two ago At a corner not many squares from Market street a stylishly dressed young man clam bered aboard and took a seat not far from the Sauntercr His manner that he was pretty well satis fled with himself and that he didnt rate the rest of mankind as being in the same elevated class Settling him self back comfortably he threw one knee over the other and started to ogle the abovementioned unusually pretty young women Just about this time the conductor came along on a farecollecting trip Halting opposite the selfsatisfied young man he extended his hand Fare please he said The selfsatisfied young man shoved down into his trousers pocket and out a small bunch of bills Peel ing off one he handed it to the ostentatiously The conductor examined it coolly- I cant change this he said Havent you anything smaller Nope replied the young man in a loud voice Im out of everything but bund reddollar bills today Can let you take your choice of four or five of them though With a grin in the direction of the unusually pretty joung women he pulled out the bunch of bills again and displayed four more hundreds The conductor looked the selfsatisfied young man over Then he ambled back to the rearend of the car with the hundreddollar bill in his hand A square further up the street he came back Here hold your hat he exclaimed to tire selfsatisfied young man atthe same time drawing his hand from his coat pocket and extending it filled to the full with nickels dimes and quar ters I can give you 1895 now The other S1 Ill get for you when we reach the car barn at the end of the runThe selfsatisfied young man turned red in the face as though he were on the verge of an apoplectic stroke Iteaching out he grabbed the hundred dollar bill the conductor still held in his other hand and pushed it savagely down into his vest pocket I dont need your change he ejac ulated savagely Ive found five cents I didnt know I had Then he handed over five pennies which the conductor rang up with a chuckle of satisfaction he made no ef fort to conceal The bling of the fare register bell was echoed by a peal of laughter from the lips of half a dozen unusually pretty young women the selfsatisfied young mans grin took on a sickly hue and the car rolled on HI Experience Did Hunter have any experience with big game Why yes I believe he got away from a black bear How He Won Her Jessamine Why do you always call me Revenge Jack Because you are so sweet Town Topics streetcar indicated h led conductor oncePuck I says meditatively BS merrily The Ordeal is Trying Childbearing is a perfectly natural func terrors where HaP the virtue of Mothers Friendknown This unique liniment applied sexternally all the muscles so that The Ordeal is Easy Sold by all best Druggists SentWILL BOLT of Iowa writes Mothers Friend express prepaid on of pricehas relieved mywife crampswhich makes itwortJj the money glOO THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga Motherhood a book for women and cirls mailed free 116ti sis oran b mile Blickensderfer Typewriter Do you wish to save an enormcus have your correspondence busineslike If so buy a Typewriter and before buying any investigate the Blickens derfer It is the ONLY strictly high grade fully Guaranteed machine at reasonable cost on the market for Catalogue and Testimonials MOORE BROS 918 F St N W Washington D C m amount of time and money and end rr75 labor d S WORMSI WHITES CREAM J VERMIFUCEMofct In Quantity Best in Quality Prepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis For 20 Years HIS Led III worm 0111D DY XX D 41 r 4 KeSUISCS GOOD PENAL CODE IN CHINA Voiles of Punishment In the Cries tint Empire Are Made to Fit the Crime Though a man with a sharp sword should cut ones body bit by bit let no angry thought arise let the mouth speak no ill word oShoIIing TsnnKing So natural has it become to treat everything connected with the celestial empire as either comic or semibarbaric that tire denizens of Pump court will start and rub his eyes when he hears from the latest authority that in many respects the Chinese penal code is su perior to the English system says the Chicago Chronicle Mr Alabasters work comes as a most refreshing change from the too often dry and dreary pages which the legal reviewer is commended to scan from years end to years end A book which transports one from the musty cloisters of statute and case laws into an atmosphere of quaint customs and breezy anecdote shot through and through with the golden threads of even justice demands a broader treatment than the heading Law Library would warrant Legal practitioners are few and far between in China in fact it can hardly be said that there are either solicitors semiofficial class exists who solve the more difficult forensic prob lems they are called shih The tai shue must be a brave set of men they qualify for drawing up petitions but the work is fraught with danger One poor old fellow of 70 got three years transportation for drawing up five pc titions Advocacy is equally risky a scholar was sentenced to two years imprisonment and SO blows from the heavy bamboo for trying to reduce a criminals offense from murder to man slaughter Chinese apathy when some villainy is being done is largely due to fear of the law which says that per sons must not interfere unless they have a right to do so by reason of of the judge are confined to determin ing the facts and the article of the code they agree with Thus the sentence is fixed without variation to begin with and any circumstances attenuates are considered bj the judicial board at Pe king to whom the great majority of capital sentences are referred for re vision every autumn This list of those who should by right be executed is then submitted to the emperor who de crees their fate in a curious way The names are written on a large sheet of paper those being considered less guilty being placed near the corners or the center The emperor then draws a Termilion circle on the paper and those whose names are traversed by doomed The rest go forward to the next list and if they are lucky enough to escape the red for three years they are free The Love Birds We tried to keep the railway car riage to ourselves from Liverpool to London writes a young bride The steamer was so crowded we really had not a moment to ourselves At Busby I think it was the guard opened the door and in spite of Freds scowls lifted a small girl into our compartment making a lot of about having no place to put her She was a real little towheaded English girl about seven and she sat down on the edge of the seat and her What is the matter Miss asked Fred who is the most goodnatured man in the world I dont see the birds said the small girl plaintively Birds What birds asked Fred When I came from my other train your guard said to my guard Shove her in along with the lore birds Where are they Troy Times Cure for Unilwcs From the root of the pretty flower known as white bryony can be made a decoction which acts with magical effect in curing bruises of all It is said to be peculiarly effi cacious in healing a blackened eye Chicago Inter Ocean is it that so many American children ere so badly brought up jumpuppe Probably it is because they are not kept down enough Town Topics Simply Xrepo teron Oh Mrs Miggs what a dreadful black I do hope you havent been miss Me Sure ow could I be fightin with me usband dead this two years TitBiti Consolatory Clara Dear Dear I am tired now even before going to the dance Maud Never mind dear When you get there you can take a good rest Puck Habit Sprigginsia an Inveterate game bler Yes I understand that he has been married several times Detroit Free I counselor relationship judicial apologies staredabout Victoria descriptions JasperWhy eye fightingFightin I fOS1 to S I tare Doubtless rsa S r SOUTH AMERICA KNOWN More Exploration Remain to Be Done in That Continent Thorn In Any Other When we recall that the Spaniards crossed South America from sea to sea more than three centuries ago and that nearly every city on its coasts was founded in the age of the Columbian explorers it seems strange that today our southern neighbor is the least known of all the continents There are not so many big white spaces on the map of Africa as on that of South America If we study the history of South American explora tion we find some surprising facts One is that up to 1875 not a single government in that continent had sent out any expeditions or spent any money to explore the unknown parts of their territories Until within the past few years nearly all the explora tion of this century in that continent excepting in Argentina and Chili has been the result of private enterprise A few explorers from North America and many more from Europe have made most of this centurys additions to our geographical knowledge of South America except in the part of the continent says the New York Sun Thus it happens that none of tire Cordilleran states from Venezuela to Chili has as yet emerged from the territory as in the southeastern part of Colombia is still almost wholly Some of them like Bolivia have made no attempt whatever in small districts around their chief towns to carry out official sur veys They have to thank foreign cx plorers for most that they themselves know of their own countries It is Conway who recently passed through New York to renew his work in the Bolivian Andes that is supplying the Bolivians with very good maps of their own part of the Cordilleras He is doing for Bolivia what other cx plorers chiefly German have done for Ecuadorian ranges The same condition of affairs is to be observed among the Atlantic states as far south as Uruguay The Gui anas except for a narrow strip along the coasts are still on the threshold of the beginnings of Brazil with a territory nearly large as our own has not a single es tablishment like our geological or coast and geodetic surveys to make a careful geographical study of part vast domain All the explorations that have been made in any part of Brazil are time work of some of the individual states Scarce ly a traveler has crossed any of the northeastern states from Maranbao to Pernambuco and much of the except along the river courses Is still quite unknown The wide between the large of the Amazon are completely a terra incognita In Argentina however very progress has been made in ex ploration in the past quarter of a cen turj It was in 1SS2 that the first collected results of the governments activity in this direction were seen in the large atlas of the country pre pared under the direction of the geographer Seelstrang Argentina has the advantage of geological and meteorological establishments and foreign scientific men in the service of the state and the universities whose labors have largely enhanced the value of all official geographical work The systematic study which both Argentina and Chili have for some years given to the ranges along their common frontier have made this tire best known part of the South American Cordilleras Just as sportsmen travel thousands of miles to reach the big game of central Africa India and Manchuria so explorers will turn in the next century to the large untraveled areas of South America as the best fields the world has now to offer for original pioneer research in the way of geo graphical discovery Here We Are tailTim New Store New Goods New Prices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving you people The Worth of Your 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 m e when you come to town CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE EXECUTORS NOTICE All persons claims against the estaef deceased will same to ray attorney William Herndon In Lancas ter persons knowing themselves In lebted to estate will please pay the amount to the undersigned Y 111121 Executor V McC 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