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I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter R KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 15 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR trot NUMBER LOUIS Publisher 1 girt he ELENTII L31EAIi LAN DRAM LANCASTER AND VICINITy bI oIlIlOOOOOOOOQQOOQooooooocoooo Fo4wooooeee oeeeeeuosoeeoeeoeooeeoooeoooeeooeeoooeeeooeeeoooeaeoooooeo eeeeeoospg No rain of consequence yet Doublefacedcotton covert cloths at Josephs The missing precinct was brought in and counted last week making the republican majority in the county 276 We are showing a good hat for 125 that will cost you 200 at other places Logan Robinson Come and see our stock of Most complete we have ever had Prices low Logan Robinson Store Kooiu For Unit Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at TIlE RECORD office tf win Move to Mr Todd Scott and wife have deci ded to move from their home near Marksbury and will take rooms and board in Lancaster They advertise elsewhere in this issue a sale for 22nd Coal and Feed Best coal always on hand also a cheaper grade for those who prefer quantity to quality yeta good cheap coal Ship stuff shelled oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill Rooms For Kent Having rented the residence of Mrs Xunnie 15 Anderson on Danville St opposite the Presbyterian church for the year 1101 I desire to rerent some three or four of the rooms furnished or unfurnished Call at my ollice for information Dr II M Grant Card We take this method of extending to the many friends who came to our assistance our heartfelt thanks for the many kind deeds during our re cent bereavement shall ever re member them and our prayers are that Heavens richest blessings follow them Jennie and Lucy Arnold In Good Shape The Garrard County Bible Society convened at the Methodist church Sunday evening a large audience be ing present The following officers were chosen for the ensuing year J M Logan president John M Duncan secretary W II Kinnaird treasurer The depository will remain with Mr J C Thompson The affairs of the society were reported in good shape The hat was passed and a neat little collection gathered in v Town of Thank We C e Overcoats C November Childrens union suits at Josephs Black camels hair serge silk finish at Josephs Best accommodations by Nicholas yule Stage Line RICE BENGE aug30tf We have the largest stock of under wear ever brought io Lancaster Pri ces are right Logan Robinson Lost Ladys broach emeralds and pearls with opal centre Leave at RECORD office and receive reward tf For Sale A large airtight hall stove Been used only a few weeks Apyly at REC OKD office I Animmense stock of towelshosiery gloves curtains and everything to be found in an uptodate storeJ We will sell 15 lbs best granulated sugar for SI best corn at lc per can best tomatoes at Sic per can and all other groceries at corresponding low prices Patterson Sympson Successors to Gaines Ball Take Notice For some unknown cause some of our brands of flour have been 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 of it J S Minor Son All weekly payments to the Lancas ter Building and Loan Assocaition must be made by Saturday or Satur day night of each week or a fine of five cents per share We cannot re ceive payments on for the Saturday previous the penalty Respectfully J C Hemphill Secty L Si N Inspection Genl Mgr Evans Genl Pass Agt Stone Supt Hood and number of the higher officials of the L N are out on a tour of inspection of the properties It is the intention of the management to make the L X second to none in point of train service At present it has the best freight service in the south and the improvements contemplated have been made the passenger ser vice will be the best in the country south of the Ohio rive When the L X starts out to make an improve ment you can rest assured that it will be the very best that money can do pp I I I misrepresented withoutcharging company after C C 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 dollar go the farthest always 9 V I SWING IT OPEN y ann Act UIIICk1 DEL THE lOGAN DRY GooDSCo QUICK Yoe Must Be Ready ONT AY-r buy oft i Fresh oysters at T Currys Clean out the cistern It may rain Comforts all weights full length at Josephs Quick sales and is the motto at Conns Shop Just received another fresh car lime and cement Get our prices before buying J S Minor Now is the time to plat Dutch Bulbs We have a large variety for sale O C Heberling Buy a pair Walk Over shoesthey are the best in the world for 350 Logan Robinson Fire at Kirksville Tuesday night destroyed the Masonic hall and the residence of John S Long The approaching winter promises to be a severe one Get some of those elegant blankets and comforts at J Josephs and be prepared to keep warm Arm Broken While playing with some boys little Arthur Joseph fell and broke two bones in his right arm Dr Kinnaird set the breaks and the little fellow is improving rapidly though suffering much pain Dwelling lor Sale Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold have decided to sell their handsome dwell ing on Danville street and will dis pose of same to the highest bidder next county court day the 2Gth This is a new two story house with six rooms and hall It is a desirable piece of property and will bring a good price Bright Wont Go The many friends of Henry C Bright and his estimable family will be glad to learn that they are not going to Louisville to Mr Bright has bought an interest in Tip Bruces to take effect Jan 1st The new firm will discard the livery and hitch business and to the feed and coal lines will add a big stock of implements vehicles and harness will be a hustling one and will be another drawing card for the Advocate Spot Em Since cold weather set in the usual appeals for charity come from the same set of negro men and women who lived off the public last winter Many of these parties were watched during the past summerand not more than a halfdozen worked when they had good wages offered them Its to contribute to the wants of the destitute but helping those who will not work when they have oppor tunity is too much sugar for a cent Size up all applicants well before giv lug out your cold cash Or Interest to Teachers To County Superintendents On account of the payment of the deficit due city schools on last school year and the additional fact that the iffs of the various counties have been very slow in settling with the payment of the November draft will be delayed I cannot now state just when it will be paid but it will of course be sent out as soon as Regretting that this state of affairs exists and assuring you that it is unavoidable under the Very respectfully H V CIIESNEY Supt Pub Inst Foot Ball Richmond PantagraphThe Lan easter foot ball team which visited our city Saturday mopped up the High School eleven to the tune of 10 to 2 Game was exciting and contested from start to finish and the result may have been but for the interference of the crowd which blocked several good plays by both teams The home team suffered more we believe by this in terferance The Lancaster team was admirally managed by little Charlie West and the way their School line was a caution game will probably be played in Lancaster at an early date The Southern It has been stated time and time again in the columns of THE RECORD that the building of the BurginJellico extension largely depended upon the people along the right of way We are now more assured of the fact than ever after a recent conversation with a gentleman who lately had a talk with some of the higher officials of this road He was positively informed that if the people of Garrard county desired the road they would have to as near as possible fulfill their made when the matter was first brought before the officials of the com As to the probability of the road being built he stated that be was fully satisfied tljqt worlf would tje in the early spring and if right of way was se cured in this county the road would be built through Lancaster on the route as surveyed This is not idle talk but facts and if the people of Garrard ever expect to get another road now is the time for them to act j r ke yet s al rofits Ca age live business The townDanville Auditor possible circumstances stubbornly different backshit A return promise that new establishment alright she t- High anyP tie 1 the Of in a a Water wagons keep the road hot between here and Dix river Our line of suspenders and Shirts is co nplete and our prices in reach of all Patterson Sympson Colored camels hair cheviots red mixed Venetian black striped crepons and many others too numerous to at Josephs If you call for Potts flour at any of stores in Lancaster and they havent got it order it direct from mills II C Potts BuckeyeKy The law prohibiting the slaughter quail expires today The birds are said to be scarce in this section but hunters sometimes talk like fishei men you know The Poor Siile The inclement weather kept many from the sale of Col J W Poors per sonal effects last week but a good crowd was on hand and fair prices Mules brought 85 to 140 cows 15 to 40 horses 15 to 100 3 and 4c some corn in shock 170 A Peculiar Death A story is told of a Madison county farmer who lost a cow in a very queer manner Last week the animal got out of the pasture and in rumaging through a summer kitchen she found and old umbrella and a cake of yeast Tne yeast fermented in the poor beasts stomach raised the umbrella and she died in horrible agony from expansion Good Reading Cheap THE RECORD desires to call of its readers to the fact that on January first the price of the Twice AWeek CourierJournal will be in price To all subscriber of THE RECORD who pay in advance we are sending TIlE RECORD and the Twic3AWeelc CourierJournal foi the remarkably low price of 125 To all subscribers who pay a year in which is nothing but justice we will send the two papers for 125 but bear in mind this offer is only good for a few weeks Good Work In Loulsillle work at the Broadway Christian church is splendidly The new pastor Rev George Gowen began work just two months ago with the congregation greatly disneartened and saddened over the death of their former pastor Charles Allan Thomas but the con gregation now tax the seating capac ily of the church and a feelingof pervades the whole congregation There have been many additions to fie congregation and there have been fifteen or eighteen baptisms in the last three weeks Death of Mrs licavcll Mrs John A Leaven died at the family residence on Stanford street this city Saturday morning at an early hour Mrs Leaven has been a constant sufferer for a long time and for the past few months her death has been momentarily expected She was true Christian woman who went through life doing good for those about her She leaves a husband and several children who have much in their great bereavement Funeral services were held at theLan caster Cemetery Monday morning at ten oclock 281 Front 1 to 500 That might be a riddle or an to a church fair but it isnt Its a concise way of calling public at tention to the fact that The Royal Tailors of Chicago have authorized us to reduce prices on 281 Fall and Winter Patterns all the way from to 5 per suit and weve done it Our prices on this high grade tailoring were very low before but now they afford absolutely the best investment man ever made in the way of dress Come and see these patterns we have them all costs you nothing to look and but little to buy and guar antee is your safetyvalve And heros a friendly tip They wont last always J C Hemphill Hustling For Improvements The president general manager and other officials of the L and N are out on a tour of inspec tion this week and it was reported they would pass over this branch of the road but a letter from Gov Brad ley to the president brought that they would come no nearer than Richmond Tuesday afternoon Messrs R Kinnaird Jno M Farra H A B Marksbury and Louis Lan dram met the party at Richmond and made an earnest appeal for the build ing of a passenger depot in Lancaster Theofficials listened attentively and General Manager Evans instructed Mr Hood superintendent of this division to prepare diagram of the property and the matter would be carefully considered A firstclass depot could be built at small cost and WQuld be a great help to the p onger travel in in Lancaster The present arrange rnent is not only inconvenement but very dangerous as passengers are compelled to the side tc reach the trains Whether the efforts of the committe will bring forth fruit remains to bo seen Theres one thing p Ttain a d t sat is we will never have facilities if we dont hustle for them e leading prevailed advance CourierJournalThe progressing sympathy invitation 1 railroad information cross y I mention cattle attention advanced our S track t date j Z See the striped wfilsfe silks at J Jo sephs Polkadot mousselino de sole the newest evening fabric at Josephs If you are in need of furniture go to A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money If you want Onieta suits for GOc we have them Others ask 125 for same goods Patterson Sympson Look here stop paying high prices when you can get prices O K on all kinds of Vehicles Jlarness Saddles ect at Conns Shop One house and lot on long also one house and lot for rent W J Romans Rev R R West qf Washington City preached an excellent sermon at the Baptist church Sunday which was listened to by many of his old Lancaster friends All the cattle guards on the L s have been whitewashed Dave keeps this section of the road in shape and it ranks with the best on the K C division Will Preach Sunday Eld A R Moore writes that he will fill his pulpit in this city next Sunday morning and evening He has had a very successful meeting at Clin ton Ky Oil a Cold Trail We understand that many have been made for the new provided bar rooms are opened in Lancaster If the building is not rented nntil this is done then will be thick on its walls ere it is opened The gentlemen who went to to confer with the L otli are under obligations to Hon Jerry Sullivan for several favors Mr Sullivan is not only one of the best lawyers in the land but a mighty clew jr gentleman Held Over The case of Luther Ray charged with killing Edgar Brown was called before Judge Burnside Friday A many witnesses were examined red it required til Monday to finish the case Ray was held in the sum of 31000 to the grand jury The bail was promptly given and Ray released from custody These young men had many friends in the county and everybody deeply deplores the trou tile Car loge For payments Collier ood hotel cobwebs N ials rent S C Sala applications Richmond Black and gold applique taffeta at Joseplfs About twentylive wagon loads of water are hauled from Dix river daily The large lake at Richmond is al most dry and theres hardly enough water in the town to make a toddy Come and examine our 25c line of underwear Others ask 50 and 75cts for same goods Patterson Sympson Lost Pair of gold spectacles my house and McRoberts store Suitable reward for return T W Reid Turkey for Sale Pure White Holland Gobblers Will sell ten at 150 apiece Robt Fox Marksbury Ky novltf We must have 500 doz eggs this week and next Bring them to us and we will give you IScts per dozen Patterson Sympson Successors to Gaines Ball Dont fail to secure your seats for the contest Thanksgiving night The prices are 35 and cents Children under twelve years of age 15cts Re served seats at Mclloberts drug store The medals are on exhibition at J C Thompsons Having received many inquiries we will say the comic drawings recently appearing in the RECOUD were made by our townsman H Clay Sutton Mr Suttons work is much compli mented He has made much work for city papers and all pronounce it first class All his drawings are made fron River Improvement In the annual report of Brig Gen Wilson chief of the IT S engineering corps the estimate given for improve ments upon the Kentucky river is placed at 2485000 The amount al ready spent is 1182771 Xo estimate is made for the operating and care of the locks and dams on the Kentucky river The system is in good naviga ble condition but many parts are nearly worn out and must soon be re placed Democratic Committee On Monday November 1 the Dem ocratic voters in each of the precincts in the State will hold mass meetings and elect their precinct committee men This will be done in accordance with a resolution adopted by the State Convention in Louisville on June 14 County Chairman Farris has posted notices calling attention of democrats to the importance of attending to this matter i I I Secure Seat 2 memory I I between C a County i rJitJ rnJ cltB0 fm 4 450 and 5 tI r ees i0Fl fl Favorite Air Tight Examine our line of Heating Stoves We can please you and save you money J R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Stoves a s Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets CLEARING SALE We realize that the only effectual way to make business hum is to have a clearing sale all the time and nut wait for dull months to adver tise Values like these ought to bring you to our store Overcoats worth 5 at 350 Overcoats worth S750 at J50 Overcoats worth 1250 at 10 Suits worth S050 at 8500 Suits worth 550 at 750 Suits 1250 a 1000 Ladies Jackets worth S 50 at 500 Ladies Jackets worth 300 at 350 Ladies Wraps from 125 to 500 Mens and Womens all solia shoes worth 135 8100 Rocker Bootees worth at 8450 Blankets Comforts and Under wear very cheap K L Jennings Co Leading Merchants Paint Lick R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward Embalming waythe at 500 r U0 t I jSb o 0ILADIES SHOES 1 I eW 3s- T r l WINTER IS NOW UPON US We are showing the most complete lines of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps GentsFurnishing Goods 2 In this marketF you are looking for bargains come us Logan Robinson I I T rn i tr i i- i0 w ilk Ai E3L rG- E3 s 3 s- S f- J F g- If seeI I1 I rw k sh I At 350 e JJ- i fi m 8 8 lI ovar 0 I f d 41 lt1 Stetson Qj o te3C lF Jl m fi 8 8 G a s CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 15 1900 XVEnT 1TXKK BY ZOZ7JS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TERMS Six MONTHI THREE 100 50 25 THE newspaper business has suffer ed greatly in the past from the fact that publishers do not get together on important matters of mutual interest when by judicious combination all things necessary for the betterment of the craft may be obtained says an exchange The time for cooperation is at hand and the sooner publishers recognize the fact the better will they be prepared to protect their interests and be placed on an equal footing with other business concerns A JUDGE in San Francisco has ruled that a man has the right to stay out all night and cannot be compelled to give his wife any reason therefor The judge is evidently a single man and has much to learn If he can invent some way to prevent a storm upon hubbys return after a night with the boys he will have his fortune made All of Edisons inventions will pass into insignificance comparison with his discovery WE notice on the society page of a daily paper that it is no longer the style to gossip and talk scandal If this hellish practice has been kept up because it was the style the world at large will offer heartfelt thanks for Dame Fashions notion to change the fad There are many people in the world though who do nothing gossip and style or no style vile tongues will continue to wag Now that Mr McKinley has the election off his hands he might put in some of his valuable time in settling troubles in the Phillippines If those at the head of Uncle Sams affairs would work to this en as diligently as they did to get back into power the trouble would soon be a thing of ihe past It should be adjusted quickly even if Uncle Samuel has to make some concessions UP at Barbourville the other night bank robbers locked a doctor in the vault and the festive sawbones was compelled to remain til the opened for business next morning This was pretty rough treatment but theres a bright side to all questions in this case his patients were safe from harm during his incarceration BRYAN has declined an offer of nn editorial position on a Denver paper at a salary of 10000 a year He says shall remain here and in the future as in the past with tongue and pen the which I believe to be right and the policies I believe to be wise TIlE election of McKinley and Beck ham brings cold comfort to the pie hunters The former dished out all at his command four years ago and Beckham has only a few crumbs to distribute This is pretty hard on the boys but is quite fortunate to the newly elected officials To AN unprejudiced mind the cry of Fraud by both parties in the election is very amusing What each party didnt do was not worth doing and the old tale of the pot the kettle black covers the case very nicely indeed THE title of Mr is the very best for any American be he ofliceholder or officeseeker CourierJournal And plain John Smith comes still nearer covering the case s j IN to afternoon I defend principles recent calling r oxsYs1E ADYANCS b clef Mil ute PAINT LICK Corn is selling here at 175 deliv eredThere is talk of another doctor here E W Norris or Lancaster was here Friday on business Dr Goldstein of Louisville was here Saturday makincr the blind see Guy Rice purchased the Ike Arnold property of J M Higginbotham price not known Smithie Engleman sold his pony ad vertised in THE RECORD to John Woodcock Elkin for a good price Moore Champ are pushing their two story building and will soon be ready to do a wholesale business Bill Fish says as he failed to get his building completed in time he will not take charge of the post office for four years yet For pair of heavy work hor are true pullers Also a good twohorse wagon C B Engleman Paint Lick Ky C B Engleman has moved in and taken Veranda Hotel and is now ready to feed the tourist and the weary traveler Mrs Champ grandmother of our merchant Will Champ died on the 10th after many years of patient suffering She was buried at Old Lick cemetery Jack Adams one of the redhotest democrats In the county was so over the election that he home and left his horse standing hitched to the fence The election passed off unusually quiet here the storm of politics has blown over and everybody has buckled down and gone to work as though nothing had ever happened If some of the land owners here would sell off building lots we would soon have a city There have been several parties here looking for a but there is not a vacant house in the place I Thieves are getting so numerous around here it is dangerous for a to lay down and go to sleep J W Smith had flve hogs stolen out of his pen Mrs Ann Broaddus lost hundred pounds of tobacco and a lot of corn The cold hand of death was laid the little baby boy of Mr and Mrs R N Beazley Friday morning oclock The little fellow was hearty and in thirtysix hours he lay a corpse before a weeping father and a heart broken mother The form was followed to Paint Lick cemetery by a number of relatives and friends and there placed to rest I STONE Mrs Pattie Raney is out again after a spell of sickness Several of the family of George Mc Query are on the sick list J W East is improving slowly he made a very narrow escape of life Mr Hollie Ealsey and wife of Bry antsville spent Sunday with T L Saunders and family Mrs Mattie Roberts and children of Lock No 8 spent from Friday until Sunday with her sister Mrs T L Saunders and Mrs Mat Folger spent last week with J M Johnson and family ofHigh Bridge Mat Preston and sister Miss Lou of Buena Vista visited Miss Preston Sunday Miss Mattie Saunders spent last week with relatives at Judson J M Saunders is on the sick list Mrs T L spent part of last week with her sister Mrs Peachie Grow Mrs Lane of Marksbury spent Sup day with Mrs C M Moberley Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cure biliousness constipation and headache They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale R McRoberts Druggist 1m locating Salea sesthey chargeof the commercial absorbed walked location I person several upon little Ir Linnie Saunders Margaret 1I a wand D by- E tell Elder Allen delivered an entertain ing discourse at Pleasant Grove Sun day Rev Robinson will preach here at the Methodist church Sunday at 11 oclock I have a new line of childrens ready hats which I will sell very cheap Mr A S Ilaselden Mote Scott has sold his farm to Mr Sutton and will move to Lexington- in the near future The Ladies Christian Aid Society will meet with Mrs A S Ilaselden on next Saturday evening at 2 oclock Mr S W Smith a popular man passed through our town last Monday evening en route for Marksbury to see a fair lady Mrs Salhe Welch is spendingseveral weeks with her daughter in Richmond Mrs Annie Burk of Paint Lick Mrs Dr Armstrong last week Miss Georgie Dunn has returned from visiting relatives in Paint Lick Mrs Mary Anderson spent Sunday with Mrs Haselden Mr Jerry H ig gins and daughter Jennie visited in Richmond last week Mr Price Misses Dasie Collier Hattie of Danville spent Sunday with relatives here Mr and Mrs Palmer of Paint Lick and Mr and Mrs FelandBush of Junction City were elegantly entertained on Wednesday evening by Mrs E II Burk Mr and Mrs Gannman and little children of Burgin visited her Geo Bruce and wife Saturday and Sunday MA11KSBDRY James Royston is quite sick at this writing Mr and Mrs Richard McGrath Jr were made happy by the arrival of a little lady Nov 12 Messrs M F Rout and Virgil Rice accompanied Mr D T Scott to Saturday 10th inst Mr Price Bourne and wife of Bot tis attended preaching at the Fork Sunday and visited their parents Mrs M G Aldridge is confined to her room with rheumatism Rev B A Copass returned last week from Mount Moriah where he has been assisting Rev J L Bruce in a meeting There were twelve additions to the church Mr F B Kember and family to the Eagon property in Tuesday We regret very much to give Mr Kemper aud family up but hope that our loss may be gain Mr James Yeager and family of Danville will move to his farm just vacated by Mr Kemper We are glad to welcome them back after an absence of several years Master Todd Scott aged 15 years passed silently away at his home near here last Friday morning November 9 He was the youngest son of Mr D T Scott Sr He had not enjoyed good health for several months Todd was a good boy and liked by all who knew him He leaves a father broth er sister and a loving stepmother to mourn his loss his own mother passed to her eternal home several years ago His remains were taken to Lexington fpr interment Saturday lOth inst The friends acting as pall bearers went as far as Danville bereaved ones have the sympathy of all wlo know them 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 vig orously for five minutes at each ap plicatioq A plaster should be worn for a few flays to protect it from the shoe Asa general liniment for sprains brpises lameness and rheu matism Pain Balm is unequalled for sale by R E McRoberts 1m s e f J Id RYANfSVILLE commercial visited Collier Jennings Saturday and parents Lexington moved Lancaster having 4 corn s 1 S rLancaste 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 Secures Large Returns in Profits A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary LEXINGTON Gallon Hemphill Jno G Austin G T Farris Bradfordvi1 le Ky Lancaster Ky Special Agent a m We Pay While You They Pay When You Die KENTUCKY c or j t Live J c i 9 In hemp localities hemp is report ed as selling at 5 for each 112 lbs Corn is selling at prices running from 175 to 200 in Woodford coun ty The authorities in Georgia 30000 fruit trees which were in fected with the San Jose scale The stock pen rates at Stanford are five cents per head when no sale is made and ten cents when sale is made The Kentucky Swine Breeders will be held in Louisville Dec 11 An interesting program has been arranged and the meeting to be one of great interest to all concerned in hog raising WJ Loughridge on Monday pur chased of Wigglesworth Bros their crop of hemp consisting of about 400 000 pounds at 4 c delivered at his warehouge The hemp will come to about 18000 Lexington Gazette L Joseph made following purchases of cattle in Bourbon From Walker Buckner 75 G W Rash 68 VVm Me Cray 18 Geo Redmon 18 J J Red mon 67 W W Massie 50 The cattle averaged about 1500 pounds and the price was 450 to 5 Paris A breeder of sheep who has lost some of his animals from the dogs of neighbors believes that instead of putting bells on sheep every dog should have a bell or be destroyed It is an idea worthy of consideration by those interested in protecting sheep from dogs Of the 400000000 which is as the amount of damage all the crops of the U States through insect pests it is believed that fully onefourth is averted by means of remedies and preventives discovered by entomologists of the De partment of Agriculture Our exports to Porto Rico have as follows Corn in the months from May to October 1897 357 to 6712 during the same months in 1900 Butter during the same from 3151 to 5420 bacon from 6949 to 28431 pork from 75829 to 94567 lard from 81802 to 201404 and flour from 204273 to 402912 Every grower of holy should take pains to lay by as much succulent food for winter use as possible The hog thrives best when he has an feed of roots and pumpkins He wants plenty of water with his food and when it is impossible to give it in the form of root crops the next best thing is to give him some well clover hay Farmers Home of dollars are annually lost by woolgrowers by reason of the manner in which the clips are sent to the market Many a clip is discount ed a full cent or more per pound on account of the bad condition in which it comes to the market while nothing is gained by the seller either in saYing of time or labor A clean well tied fleece always meets a warm welcome among buyers sorters and millmen Sheep Breeder Is marriage a failure I should say not remarked an Oregon far mer Why theres Lucindy gits up jn the mornin milks six cows gits breakfast four children to skew looks other three feeds the hens likewise the hogslike wise some motherless sheep skims twenty pans of milk washes the clothes gits dinner et cetery et cete ry Think I could hire anybody to do it for what she gits Not much Marriage sir is a success a great sue cess Womans Journal Salt draws the juices from beef in porning toughens the fiber makes it yery indigestible and less nutritious On it draws o t the water the fiber and renders them very indigestible Salt acts in exact ly the same way on fish as on meat There are two ways of considering these changes I would hardly say that salt destroys the food value it robs the flesh of part of its food value by making it less ble Mrs S T Rorer in August Home Journal It wont be long now until Nature will her refrigerator down to the temperature and we folks will be in the very midst of that season of all time with its toothsome tenderloins juicy and rich cracklins crisp and flaky chiiterlings snowy and flexible and fit for the of a king the backbone its redundant with lean flesh as a partridge breast heaping tars of homemade lard cooling from a blu Into a solid white and last best of sausage piquant with sage and crumbling at the touch of Ye gods a feast Ex Those who would like to keep a few sweet potatoes for winter use can do so in tills way i largest and those that are free frqm bruises Lay them in the sun for a day Then line a box well with paper Lay the pota toes in carefully Keep them in a dry place until cold weather and then put them in a room whore they will not freeze The paper js a protection from frost I save mine from those I dig f or use I find they will keep if dug after frost but I prefer those dug before the vines are touched 1 have kept them in this way until the first of N Rynearson in Epi tomist MARSHS FORECAST According to the weather prophet Marshs readings the present month will be seasonable until the Jgtb OF 14th when the first cold wave will strike tti Qhio Valley that date until the close of tj destroyed Association promises Kentuckian estimated threatening increased period occasional dampened JournalThousands I arter the although Ladies country seasonshog killing spareribs palate recesses tender allcountry a I what save the JuneMrs Is starts toughens digs necessary hand 1grk From y- SS tee a l month it will be cold There will be good stages of water during the entire month The winter is to be a severe one Extreme cold weather is booked 1 from the 22d of December until the last of February A hurricane is scheduled for the North Atlantic be tvreen the 6th and 8th of November These storms will rage fiercest in the South particularly in Louisiana and Texas A blizzard is to visit the northwest between the 12th and 14th of December In hemp localities hemp is report ed as selling at 5 each 112 pounds Strother Dean of McAfee sold on the 6th 20 fat hogs average wt 260 Ibs at 4c Cozatt last Mon day delivered 19 head of 1070lb steers I at 431 These steers were bought at the Cozatt sale in Boyle county Morris Threlkeld has sold Co of Louisville ten car loads of baled straw delivered in the city at 475 per ton and 4 car loads of clover hay in the bale at 1150 per ton The straw brought in the nice sum of 600 and the hay about 200 Farmers are beginning to realize that there is more in straw than there was ever dreamed of Harrodsburg Democrat For many years to come the prices of cattle must be good especially for the better class of meat says an The recent depression had the effect of checking the breeding of cattle of all kinds and the number of cattle in the country fell steadily for number of years says the Farmers Record The result of that of the cattle supply is that the base on which to produce the vast numbers now annually required is restricted There is another factor that enters very largely into the solu tion of the problem and that is thatthe people are demanding more than ever a finer quality of beef There was probably never a time when the difference between the poorest and best meats in the markets was so great as it is today The buying of feeding lambs in full blast One extensive operator purchased 8000 lambs in New Mexico at 175 buyer paying freight from Clayton and 4000 in Utah at 175 buyer again paying the freight This gentleman last season paid 255 per lamb for stock that was not as good as it is this year This feeder and his father operating in partnership have also purchased 10000 Wyoming lambs at 350 per cwt weighed in Rawlins on a twelvehour shrink in a dry lot the buyers paying freight charges The Wyoming lambs are said to be ve ry much farther forward in condition than those from either New Mexico or Utah and some of them will be for the Christmas trade They now average over sixty pounds It is the opinion of the Colorado feeders that lambs will not go lower than than they are at present and that those who have not full stocks right now will if they wait two weeks long er have to pay more Little Early Risers are the best liver pills made Easy to take and never gripe F P Frisbie 1m When you credit a man with his good intentions dont expect to cash them 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 It hurts almost any man a little to see another man marry a right pretty girl Whites Cream Yermifuge removes the unhealthy tissue upon which worms thrive it brings and quickly a healthy condition of body where worms cannot exist Price 25 cents 1m If you lend a man grass seed the next thing he will strike you for is a lawn mower Both makers and circulators of counterfeits commit fraud Honest men will not deceive you into buying worthless counterfeits of DeWitts Hazel Salve The original is for curing pilessoreseczema and all skin diseases F P Frisbie Politeness is an investment that is often overlooked but it yields big 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 and lung troubles Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Advocates of early rising should re member that its the early worm that gets caught Many people are suffering fearfully from indigestion or dyspepsia when one single bottle of Herbine would bring about a prompt and permanent A few doses will do more for a weak stomach than a prolonged course of any other medicine Price 50c C C J E Stories 1m Nine oqt of ten men who become thoroughly contented nave outlived their usefulness Prevented 4 Timely information given Mrs George Long of New Straitsville 0 prevented a dreadful tragedy and two lives A frightful cough had a long kept her awake every night She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged al to try Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat chest and lung troubles Only 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles tree at McRqberts drug Store Vandivier to Eisenman exchange curtailment bye steadily ready De C C J E Sturmes dividends cure eeg saved I S C money itt s Witch S Tra IMPORTANT NOTICE To the Good People of Garrard County we wish to sa and our PRICES LOWER than any house on earth rang and see us we guarantee to save more than your ezpen ROWLAND WOODCOCK DANVILLE KY 1 h TAILORINGsupervision THETRADE satisfacion I of KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Conditions of Crops Nov I 1900 The weather during the month of October with the exception of a few days of the second week was like Very light frosts occurred in the northern and eastern sections While there was insufficient for all purposes there was enough to cause the fall sown grain and make very satisfactory growth Correspondents mostly of dry weatherbut report wheat up ann growing well Rains seemed to be more abundant toward the close of the month and probably relieved the symptoms of drouth and will the good condition of the wheat crop About twenty correspondents report damage to the crop by fly and it is greatly feared that the warm weather and advanced growth of the plant will cause much greater havoc if the eame conditions of weather for the next week or two and that the insect will get such a lodg ment at the root of the plant as to prove very destructive next spring An examination for the fly in the llax seed form will show its presence and close grazing later this winter or in spring is recommended This should be done by light stock such as sheep and calves and not in wet weather or when the ground is soft Live stock is in average condition as to health or freedom from diseases A few counties report cholera among hogs but the on this score seem to be less than usual and this disease will not materially affect the number of hogs marketed but from other causes a smaller number are being fed the for the State as a whole being 848 as compared with last year An occasional report of among cattle is made not seem to be malignant No among sheep is reported An outbreak of greasy heel is reported from Whitley county sown last spring failed and that no seed were saved in that county The yield of clover seed in the State is that of last year A Trimble county correspondent says peach trees are blooming which makes the prospect for the next years crop very poor This report comes from our best beach growing county A few counties only report house burn of tobacco and it may be hoped that damage from this cause is not widespread stn county correspondent reports damage from this cause as high as 30 cent another county reports 70 per cent but this is meant probably- to include damage in the quality of the whole crop of the county er than the amount of direct damage to the leaf And the per cent of damage only applies to the sections in which it exists Jessamine county complains of damage to bluegrass from the white grub The indications are that the poor corn crop in Western Kentucky will show up still worse by reason of quality and rotting Wheat sowing is about 955 as with last year the falling off in acreage being mostly in the First Division I B HALL Comr Many people worry because they they have heart disease The chances are that their hearts are all right 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 Nothing hurts a man like pinning faith to a wrong idea and being scratched by the pin When you feel that life is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone up your liver and regulate your bow els making you feel like a new man For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Story of a To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams Manchester Mich tells how such slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female ells eases quickly cures nervousness sleep lessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend o weak sickly run down people Jvery bottle guaranteed Only 50c Sold by R McRoberts druggist j j J summer only rainfall to germinate complain continue prevail contagious complaints report per cent blackleg but itdoes disease correspondent below reasonably One per chaf- fy compared I believe SlaveD I backache 1 I And rat one er A to R M PUBLIC SALE I will on Thursday Nov 22 1900 i romptly at one oclock sell at public outcry the following property at my home near Marksbury 6 head horses cows one heifer 22 hogs wagon plows roller harrows hay rake drill all good as new Harness new buggy corn hay and other articles too to mention Household and kitchen fur niture clover seed Terms made known day Of dale SCOTT J B Parks has moved to his other farm near Lowell J C Clouse delivered a bunch of hogs to Sweeney Morgan for 3410 per hundred W II Furrsold Sweeney Morgan eight head of hogs for 8390 and 4 per hundred Messrs E II and Woods Walker brought in 48 nice feeding cattle from Lincoln county W H Furr traded a cow to Owen Gillispie of color for two calves and four barrels of corn Mr R C Boain is buying up the tur keys in this community at 6c per lb for H B Northcott Thos Brewer is preparing to move to Indiana also Samuel Brewer is talking of moving to Crab Orchard Vllage Blacksmith Saved Little Sons Life Mr H H Black the wellknown ril age blacksmith at Grahamsville Co 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 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 a babe as to an adult For sale by McRoberts 1m We never know what we can do till we try and when we frequently find that we cant You cant afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or a cold to develop into pneumonia or consumption One 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 Itis an infallible remedy for croup Children like it and mothers endorse it Frisbie Egotism makes a man believe the world thinks as much of him as he thinks of himself I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoer Remedy and find it to be a great medicine says 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 cases make it a favorite For sale by R E McRoberts Halt of the people in the world are working the other half for chumps and making it pay numerous ALICE R I J Sullivan N E F P severe FLAT W04IS till I r everywhere Those Good Teeth Last time they troubled the was to be consulted but the pain fled and procrastination did the rest neglect the teeth Appearance comfort and health are dependent up on them Good teeth beautify the mouth and make eating a pleasure We put your teeth in perfect or supply perfect substitutes for those beyond usefulness Good Set of Teeth 500 Fine Gold Fill 160 DR HOBSON Deatfet Permanently located next door tGovernment Building in Hobseo Bldg Richmond Ky Office OMB aU night Dentist condition Richi y j tosd sr f 4 l i f 7i 1 WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR E fS X as E C Iara r r- o THE THE-o a 4thW II s b i e IS IharCl aC y I fi Jil fJ 7JJffJ jC zmz 0 000 oo c ooo ooooooreooooooo o oooo o0000000000000000000 00 0 oooo + 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 11111111111111111111001100000000000000000QOOOOOOoocooooooo oooooo I I I I I I I I LI I I I I J S Lancaster I 000000oooooeooooo00oooooty CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 15 1900 AIJOUT people Ernest G Brown was at home last week to cast his vote Miss White of Mt Vernon is vis iting her aunt Mrs Hobbs Mr H A B Marksbury was in Lex ington this week on business Mrs Mattie Duncan leaves this week to visit relatives in Kansas City Mo Miss Grace Kinnaird was storm ed by a few friends Saturday Mrs Frank Bacon and little son John left Friday for their home in LouisvilleMisses Harrisand Alberta are in Lexington visiting the Misses Embry Mr Jerry Respess of the Southern Railways surveying corps is in town on a short vacation Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick spent Sunday with Mr J C Thompson and family Stanford A R Denny and Mrs Mattie Duncan of Garrard spent Saturday at Mr J S As we go to press the condition of Dr W N Bush is somewhat improved though he remains in a critical Lancaster people extend a welcome to Mr Alex Doty and family who have rented Mr W J Romans property on Richmond street Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained in her charming manner Thursday eve ning in honor of her guest Miss Burnside of Paint Lick Livingston Colonel Mrs T A Gres ham and Mrs Samuel Ward went to Lancaster Wednesday Miss Rhoda White of this place has gone to where will spend a few weeks with relatives Mr G S Gaines and family and Mrs Nannie Carpenter moved to Dan ville Tuesday where they will reside in the future The departure of this excellent family is deeply regretted by Lancaster people All wish them much happiness in their new home rL evening Anderson I JournalMrs condition Lancaster he I oIIllooooooooooaooooooeoooooooc aIOaoeoexaeooolooooo000000000I 1 IIUt t r y c Florence zf Films PrintingPaper John M Logan is at home from a business trip to the cities Mrs Marshal Eason is quite ill at her home on Richmond street Mr McKee Rifle of Hustonville is visiting his brother John Rife Mrs Catharine Woods of Chicago is the guest of Mrs Wm George Miss Allie Anderson gave a cinch party Friday evening to a few friends Miss Bettie Arnold has been a few days with her aunt Mrs George Far Miss Mary Carpenter of Huston ville is visiting her aunt Mrs J A Riffe Mrs Susie Best and son John of Milledgeville are visiting MrsGeorge FarrisA friends met with Miss Nellie Dillon Monday evening and enjoed a candypullingMrs Rogersand son Joseph left Friday for Atlanta Ga to visit Mrs Simpson Elkin Mrs W O Bradley and daughter Miss Christine have gone to Cincin nati for a few days visit Miss of Lincoln coun ty is the guest of her aunt Mrs J M Acton on Lexington street Mrs Charles McGugin Ohio is visiting her sister R A Burnside and brother Louis Lan dramMr and Mrs J Joseph gave a hand some dinner Thursday in honor of Rev and Mrs R R West of City Dr Goldstein the celebrated opti cian has been in the city this week fitting glasses for patrons See ad elsewhere in TilE RECORD Miss Emma Hood and brother Tom gave a supper Friday evening in hon or of Mr John L Anderson of D C Those present were Messrs Cabell Denny John Johnston John Farra Prof Hampton and John Anderson He Didnt Care dear I see a twocol umn article in the Sunday paper about how even flour is being adulterated 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 Mc Roberts druggist 1m I ris Anna Padgett of Howard Mi s LearJno HousewifeMy HusbandWell Washington Washington 147 for 100 or for 80 eggsU 1 peck of Meal 15c Rice lOc 1 peck Potatoes 20c 1 can Corn best lOc 1 can Tomatoes lOc 1 can Oysters lOc 1 lb Coffee none better20c lIb best ISUUISS MNIMII r Crackers 10c 1 Ib Prunes new lib Soda lOc Ginger Snaps Sugar 06c 3 cakes of Soap 60 Total 147 CCI lIb lIb lIb AOOOiIIIII00IIt1400 We will give all the above for or if you haveeggs bring them along and we will give the above for 80 eggsWe guarantee to give as much for produce as anyone We are sole agents for A W 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 prints Call on us PATTERSON SYMPSON gffttlllfCIIIIII and to Led r I i 10 i castle a t Mounts Flash Powders I We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our line I 00 000000 OfrO Four of the leading officials of China were executed on account of their con nection with the Boxer outrages Louisville packers say the advance in beef pork and mutton at Chicago is not sufficient to effect on retail pricesQueen Victoria has prohibited the docking of her horses tails and has persuaded the Prince of Wales to fol low her example The United States War Department is in possession of the secret of the new French artillery and will con struct a gun on that model Chicagos hi drainage canal has been officially tendered to the United States Government R G Dun of the merchantile agency firm of R G Dun Co is dead in New York aged seventyfour years Cotton mill owners of the South will petition Secretary Hay to maintain the existing commercial relations with China Five tribes of Alaskan Indians are said to be slowly dying of starvation due to the fact that white prospectors are killing off all the game in that sec tionThe of Fayette coun ty have fallen out over politics and a movement is on foot to form a new to be called the indepen dent Confederate Veterans Associa tionFrand Mowbray a discharged valet has been awarded 5000 damages against Howard Gould after a suit for breach of contract with developed a scandal upon the part of Gould to his marriage The Postal Department reports the total cost of transmitting the mails by rail during the year to be 33424982 for transportation 4946424 for pos tal car rents and 8000000 for clerks The rate of cost per mile was 12 cents The President will ask Congress to reorganize the army on a larger basis Senator Proctor expects Congress will provide a regular army of about 55000 or 60000 men with discretion to the President to raise the total to 100000 if he findsit necessary The New Orleans camp of Confeder ateVeterans has repudiated the pledge of 250 for a monument over the grave of Jefferson Davis made at the Louis ville reunion declaring the action of the delegation was unauthorized Contracts were let to Louisville jew eler or five handsome and costly sil ver services to be used as prizes for the competitive drills during the Knights Templars Triennial Conclave in Louisville next August Accounting for the way the stick together Maj Gen MacAr thur says the adhesion principle comes from ethnological homogeneity which induces men to respond for a time to the appeals of consanguineous eadership Dr G H Albright a Barbourville physician was captured by bank and left imprisoned in a vault in John A Blacks banking house for seven hours The robbers left after wrecking the bank vault and getting little if any money George W Writ President and R G Aail cashier of the Somerset Na tional Banking Company have been indicted respectively for false swear ing and embezzlement Both men have given bond Hails shortage is placed at 1647759 The bank was closed by Bank Examiner R G Gar rett last August when large were discovesed The wrapping department of the plant of the Frankfort Chair Company in the State penitentiary was destroy ed by fire Wednesday The loss to the company is about 5000 and to the State about 2000 Both are covered by insurance The fire was of incen diary orgin The report of the division of rural freedelivery of the Postoffice for the Middle division will give Kentucky very pooj showing in this branch of the postal service It is claimed at the department that Ken tucky is near the foot of the list of States in its section with regard to the number of applications for the in Btallment of this service r 000000 ooJ exConfederates FilIpi- nos robbers Department oeooooo00000000000000000000 GENE Rh NEWS organization previous overdrafts COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING The Idea I Centuries Old Mexican Women V e that Method In I sometimes wonder said the man from the southwest relates the New York Sun whether the inventor who turned compressed air to cleaning pur poses thought he had a brandnew idea If so he was much mistaken I saw air used for cleaning years ago If I num bered my years by centuries instead of scores I think I might have seen it at my birth just the same The older method is primitive of course While the uptodate system carries the air from a central station to the point of use the original way is to press it on the spot It is less dan gerous I first saw air used for the next to godly purposes years ago down in Mexico A crowd of women were scattered along the banks of a stream They knelt by flat stones at the edge of the water By the side of each wom an was the pile of garments to be washed Each article had been covered with soap from the soapweed Nature is generous down there and grows the article The women took the garments one by one and spread them out on the flat stones Then they flirted and twisted and them to take the dirt out Perhaps you imagine that they used the stone as a scrubbing board Not at all Mexican matrons dont like to patch and mendior to make new clothes any better than those north of the bor der The washers took the wellsoaped garments and flung them over the stone with a flirt which caught air un derneath and puffed them up This motion is similar to that of the spoon as the cook beats up the white of egg to make it light The air caught in the wet cloth was kneaded out as the baker kneads the dough It carried with it the dirt The act was repeated again and again until the garment was white The wear wasnt greater than on a mod ern scrubbing board and the results are as good I know because I have worn shirts washed in that way And this style of using air to clean was an they tell me when Nero ruled Exhibit His Own Ignorance The man who tries to ridicule only succeeds in exhibiting his own Daily News Why He Did It First you knowed he only had a nickel it was hardly worth while pinchin it Second Pickpocket Oh principle Puck 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 will please remove their hats when play commences thus confering a favor upon those sitting in their rear These rules will be enforced M D Hughes Mgr What some people know would fill a what they dont know would fill a library It Saved HI leg Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered intensely for six months with a frightful running sore on writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in ten days For Wounds Burns Boils Pain or Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by R E McRoberts druggist If some men were half as big as they think they are the world would have to be enlarged There would be mighty few militia companies if the members were to wear plain clothes on parade A Famous may be worth millions or a big pum kin may take first premium but Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin brings mor Joy every day as it becomes better known and more generally used for Constipation Indigestion Sick Head ache and Stomach Trouble Get it at McRoberts drug store 1m The happiest day in a farmers Te is when his best pig takes a three dol lar prize at the oouaty fair VWJhlng Clothe rubbed oldstory another ignoranceChicago PickpocketIf I tuk it on bookand P A I thoroughly his legbut Ulcers compelled Painting Chicken feed for sale by II A T Marksbury Son This is an extra good quality of feed Society is divided into two parts those who take a paper and those who take their neighbors paper Which are you in Biittlucs For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker- tf Bryantsville Bargains In Suits I am prepared to sell you an excell ent suit from 1000 to which will give more service than cheaper suits Quality wear fit and satisfac tion guaranteed or no sale A com parison of prices and quality is offered at any time I represent the largest house in America Overcoats of all kinds at low figures Quick sales and small profits is my motto Give me a call M D Aughes- 3t Agent The man who is willing to do as he would be done by always wants to be done by first 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 little perseverance makes the cure complete Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The reason most people give advice so freely is because they are anxious to get rid of it Bismarcks Iron Serve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kingss New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at McRoberts The man who never forgets any thing never forgets to boast of it to he meets For all fresh wounds therei on the human subject or on animals Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for cornhuskerssprained wrists barbedwire cuts and sores on work ing horses it cannot be too highly commended Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m DONT NEGLECTYOUR Dr R Goldstein of Louisville who is known by the people of Lancaster and vicinity has been here several days and will remain for a few days longer to fit glasses to the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of cannot do better than give him a call He can be found at the Mason Hotel Parents of children whose eyes are in any way afflicted should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too much care can not be taken in this particular as any neglect on the part of the parents may lead to most serious consequences in after life If the eyes of the child myen 2000 everyone cutsor glasses G C need glasses the doctor can determine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength The doctor has been for many years and we recommend him as worthy of the patronage of the public Those with their eyes should call on him and if he doesnt give relief it will not cost them anything He can adjust to anv eyes and any age A good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can ill afford to do without A glass imper fectly adjusted is worse than no glass Office ot Mason Hotel givingsatisfaction suffering Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand IB O O McROBERTS DRUG STORE X m g roffgLa a jga gaY ftfs GO TO STORMES DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine Sta tionery of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 100 En graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY Fine Cigars V Tobaccos Frescriptinns Accurately Garrard County Friends Always Welcome STOUT V 1 1 X E OCOOOOC I I I I 2 AT 2 iOO OC OO 1t 5 FOR STORE I c i LILLARD 1 raQC c ooo Compounded DAN 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 J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store ESTRAY Red steer good stock weight about 00 or 600 Ibs came to my place about two months ago 3t 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intense greatly disfiguring the face While sprays washes and salves may temporary no permanent can be expected from such treatment kidneysinf- act the senses sufferingand finally IS A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE and far beyond the reach of mere local remedies Those who upon them for a cure lose valuable time meet with allow the disease to take finner hold Only a real blood remedy can reach this troublesome and dangerous cures Catarrh because it first cleanses and builds the it makes it rich and and life into the wornout and thus relieves the system of all poisonous accumulations AlARID disappointment disease- S puts new sluggish organs Mrs Josephine Polhill of Due West S C writes I had Catarrh which became so deep seated that I was deaf in one ear and all inside of nose including part of the Done sloughed off When the disease had gone this far the physician gave me up as incurable I determined to S S S as a last resort and began to at once It seemed to get at the seat of the 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herdumfounded Why not he asked Because it would never do she re plied earnestly Why you have no idea how particular papa and mamma tire about the people with whom I as sociate Town Topics The Good Time in the Morning 2Co use weepin wen de sun dont shine Keep all de moners In de hopeful line Good time comin on de road we givin Good time comln in de mawnin Jfo use in weepin on de rocky way Black sky showin er de rainbow ray Light is abreaklnf hUn soon be day Good time comin in e mawnin Atlanta Constitution FEMIXINB LOC4C r His Little Scheme Xo sirree said Farmer Corntos sel I wouldnt be postmaster at our station not fur no money I wouldnt have it Postmasterins too quiet fur me It aint strenuous enough Well 1 know a lot o folks who think we kin run the post oilice with out you Thems the people I want to cir cumvent Ive been watchin the drift 0 things lately an I thought that by declarin over an over abin that I didnt want it mebbe I could stir em up to be obstinate an make me take it agin my will Washington Star A Princely Steward Boy said the wealthy man beam ing with gratitude you have done me a great service and I am going to re ward you Oh thank you sirs gasped the small boy Here in this small case continued the millionaire is the first dollar I ever made You may look at it And Magazine which contains my article telling how I made it Read it and may Heaven bless you Catholic and Times A Family Trait Orville What a trusting little thing your wife is she takes after her fa therShe does does she Oh yes her fathers a tailor you Statesman One Valid Objection all do Clubberly Oh yes Her first hus band may not have left her a cent Town Topics Almost an Insult He ardently Darling youre the first girl I ever loved pshaw You must think Im green not to be able to tell the dif ference between a beginner and an ex pert Brooklyn Life Wily lie Objected Little Willie had just been stung by a bee I wouldnt mind it walking on my neck he raid between sobs if ithadnt sat down so awful ton Traveler Xot Left in the Dark Did that horse dealer do the fair thing by you Well he told me all the horses mean tricks after he had sold the beast to me Chicago Ilecord An Easy Iart I dont want to take that character Ill make a fool of myself sure Maiden Well you said you wanted an easy Free Press She Wasnt Old Dolly was out for a walk and met an old friend of her grandfather And how od are you little one asked the old gentleman But Dolly was indignant Im hardly old at all Im nearly new she answered tossing her head Cincinnati Enquirer Would Believe His Stories He had come home late the previous night and was telling how it happened You realty ought to have married that little Miss Jones instead of me she said at last Why he demanded Oh shes such a credulous little Post here is a recent COpS of the Claptrap Standard OwenYes knowYonkers CastletonAfter Oldman SheOh hardBos YouthOh partDetroit thingChicago marrying A New Comer Children born under or before or accouchement are rarely healthyParents recommend trial of Mothers Friend for external use It is a ptoTprice81 perbottleTHE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta C birthiscir surroundings 66 relaxingSold byall Druwsts or sent byprcss paidon WMWAMMMWAJIi pected h I I S woman should send for a little book iff publish on M Mother hood ft la free mmm Wadiaga Evet a i Blickensderfer Typewriter Do you wish to save an enormous amount of time labor and money and have your correspondence busineslike If so buy a Typewriter and before buying any investigate the Blicken N erier is me strictly high grade fully Guaranteed machine at reasonable cost on the market Send for Catalogue and Testimonials MOORE BROS 918 F St N W Washington D C It ONLY WORMS WHITES CREAM i Host In Quantity Best In Quality f I a For 20 Years Romedios 80LID ay aLILI DBby 4 JAMES F BALLARD It Louis Has Led all Worm cxxPr-epsrcd SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA Ills Experience dont like the cold formality of some fashionable women They ought to put more warmth in their manners Lix Well you marry one of them and joull find out she can make it hot enough for you Detroit Free Press An Unknown Quantity Mrs your son Rube has finally graduated as an M D Is he any good Mrs Swamproot We dont jest know yet None o my neighbors children has been took sick yet and pop wont risk letting him practice on the cows Puck Two Men with One Hope I My boy tells me he is getting much valuable information at college said the proud father I hope he wont for get everything when he comes home I hope not sir said the professor hes borrowed 35 from me already Yonkers Statesman Not So Strange Piano music by the pound Exclaimed the music buyer O well we never can Ive found Expect it by the choir Philadelphia Press REAL EMPRESS DOWAGER Greatest Tyrant In the IVorlel Qnlck in Thought and Action Extrnv- nfiaiit Beyond Measure Many of the stories circulated about empress dowager to the effect that she was a slave girl or came of a poor family are untrue My wife has been called as a physician to her is her mothers home She was the daughter of an oilicial was taken the palace and became the of the emperor Ilsien Feng The empress his wife has no children The son of this woman on the death of the emperor became Emperor Chili during whose minority the of government were held by his When he died without issue she selected Kwang lisa to become his sue j cessor holding the reins of government his infancy to his majority Him she has now dethroned and she has the son of Prince Tuan as suc cessor not to Kwang lIsa but to her own son During the whole reign of fvwang lisa he was compelled to kotow her at least once every five days If she wac ri the summer palace 12 miles uvuy he must go there every five days during the hot summer and knock his head to her During his whole reign she has compelled every official ap pointed to viceroyalties to thank the same time with the emperor She is the greatest tyrant in the world and the strongest female character on any throne says Prof I T Headland inslees She has never been seen by a foreign man but she has been seen by the wives of all the ministers in Peking When she has an interview with a Chinese of to Chinese custom she sits behind a screen Among the presents she gave the wives of the a lot of ivory combs fine combs as well as coarse a present which it is to be hoped these good ladies will not have use for outside of China During the interview with these ladies she introduced them to the emperor She passed the tea to them herself taking a sip from each of the cups before she gave it evidently to show them that it was not poisoned They came away infatuated with the Old Lady as the Chinese call her The empress dowagers characteristic is quickness of and action When she comes to n she does not wait to think twice acts at once and awes by her presence She does not take time reckon what the consequences will but when she has gotten the reins well in her own hands she plans at leisure how to avoid consequences She has always been hand and glove with Li Hung Chang and he would do anything to protect her It was formerly that she was for reform and so she might have been had she not been compelled to put herself behind the conservative party when she deposed Kwang Hsu She is extravagant be yond expression Her sixtieth fell during the JapaneseChinese war To celebrate it she had a stone road built to the summer palace while the public road to Fungchou was in a dilapidated condition When 30000000 aels were raised for the construction pf railways it is said she used a large part of the money in the decoration of the imperial gardens stopping the rail way at Sharthaikuan instead of at Slbnkden according to the original plans Chine e Animal le cr the household lox is a favorite pet of the Chinese women fvho are also extremely fond of a ya fiety pf the Angora cat The ordinary cat of southern China is like the Man tailless It is occasionally used for food but is not so popular horse apd dog flesh When raised for the tabjs it is fed on rice and vegetables N Y Sun That It do you by the embarrassment of riches dad His my boy I once heard of a who had a fine set of dishes and she was so afraid of the servants breaking them that she washed them terself N Y World j j I rbI WhiffletreeSo the Xiang chin that into concubine I mother from selected I to i her- at in I ficialaccording ministers supposed birthday The ia s FreddieWhat mean PaWell I J I I TuniS were iiI woman WHY HE LOST TIlE SAMS stJl a Miss a birthday cake sent up to the house tomorrow with eight candes on it Baker slightly you say 80 candles Chicago Chronicle The Prudent Lover Id serenade you love but twould not do Good sleep Id have to lose and so would you Chicago Record A BIlE Beat Women beat the world said the unmarried man reading of some new exploit in the suffrage line And men beat the carpet added the married man bitterly Chicago Daily News What She Would Do When were married dear you wont be always threatening to go home to your mother will you Xo Ill threaten to have mother corns and live with lIeu ord PERSONAL AND LITERARY Nearly everyone prices himself too high Atchison Globe William C Whitney has already been offered 75000 for his Danae and the Golden Rain by Titian which he bought in Paris for 50000 At a recent sale of books in London first edition copy of Cowpers Poems with the substituted leaf in the original boards and uncut realized 30 10s Both the prince of Wales and King Victor Emmanuel of Italy have a ous affection of the muscles of the face which makes the left eye blink con stantly To those acquainted with the infirmity it is hardly noticeable but to strangers who have occasion to con verse with either of the men it is disconcerting A collection of the autograph corre spondence between John Ruskin and Mr Ilawdon Brown who for many years was British consul at Venice been presented to the British by Mr Cavendish Bentinck The corre spondence covers a period of over 50 years including the time when was prosecuting his art studies in Italy Lord Roberts excels in any which skill rather than strength is required Less than ten years ago when commander in chief in India he carried off the prize for tentpegging from the whole army under his He is an ardent huntsman a keen cyclist and during the autumn maneuvers preferred this mode of con about the country are perhaps aware that Gen Bul ler in addition to being a brilliant strategist is also a cooking expert a connoisseur of wines and a firstclass electrician As a farmer he has few equals His Devonshire estate bears eloquent testimony to this He takes prizes at all the shows in the neigh borhood not only for beasts but for flowers and vegetabes also Queen Victoria always took the great est interest in clothes children wore She would onl allow simple and comparatively inexpensive materials for her little girls gowns freshness and simplicity being the keynotes to the royal childrens toilettes In the children wore washing frocks and plain white straw hats trimmed with ribbons even when ac companying the queen to the public functions they were occasionally al lowed to attend ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Jianulactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting with great success in curing Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Greasy Heel Big Jaw Hard and Soft Distemper Etc For sale by R E Me Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky and Fish Co Paint Lick Ky Here life Are The Cincinnati Store tieapt Hue in Toe 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 cordia invitationto visit the Cincinnati Call and see me when you come to town CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE OldhamIwant deafDid usChicago recent I somewhat Ruskin command Tevance Few h r summer Enlargements I Bargainstore fo ncr han exerciser 1 To The Ladies 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 Newest Patterns to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect Sallle D Tillett A Wonderful Offer to Women Wo have received word of a most remark nblo offer which is to be made to women by The Delineator of New York Taking the fact that next year begins century The Delineator offers to distri bute 17500 among 1901 women The plan is so cleverly arranged that a woman living in a small town or village has just as good a chance to win one of these 1101 prizes as a woman living in a city because the prizes are given for the number of subscriptions simply to those who send the largest list of subscribers which of course are most easily obtained in big cities Another clever feature of the plan is that all the cities and towns of the United States and Canada have been ar ranged in seven classes The cities of tho greatest population are grouped in Class 1 and as these cities are not very many the prizes offered are twentyeight the high est prize being 500 and the lowest 500 The total amount of prizes given away in this class is 1000 Tho remaining smaller towns and villages fall into six other classes and as tho number of towns in a class increases be cause of course there are more small towns than large ones 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 of the 1901 prizes there will be paid an extra commission on subscriptions provided they equal one out of every two hundred in j habitants of the town from which tho sends them This is altogether a very liberal offer and ono the famous old Delirutalor is well able to make good From our point of view we do not see why such an offer needs to bo made by tho Publishers of The Delineator for wo believe it already has nearly half a million j subscribers Its strong hold upon the affcc tions of American women has come in tho past generation from its practical about dress detaila aiitS hume matters 1 j i Ve Handsomest MillInery I anew population I contestant I o wine advica 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE 110 B PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch and description may our opinion free Invention is probably patentable Communica tion strictly confidentIal on Patents tentfree Oldest agency for securing patents Patents taken Mann receive tpeclat settee without charge in the Scientific Hnierican handsomely illustrated weekly largest etc culation of any scientific journal Terms f3 a year four months 9L newsdealera Branch Office S3 F 8t Washington O C q rvy a Sold byali UNN Co36lBroadway New Yor 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 Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond unit Copper Creek pikes in Uarrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick with a nice cottage and necessary with good fruits and garden aud well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A U or Jas X Denny Point Leavell or with me at W K DENNY Fine Farm r Sale I will sell privately my fani Containing X42 acres situated miles south of ville There is a spkmlid dwelling containing six rooms on the place good burn ice house granary iiiid all other necessary buildings Neverfailing water ut door and plenty of stock water on the place The place la well suited for stock farm All fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange HENRY KUI1LMANN 920 tf Bryantsville Ky J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIELE KENTUCKY Land Suveryor ann Apt foi AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO I Administrators Sale As 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