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W2y ELVENTII YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kv as Second Class Matter LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 22 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tnVt4i trot 3d LOUIS LANDRAII Publisher 4- he NUMBER AND Set the First Fall Fashions After they had tumbled to the fact that they were somewhat in need of a Cloak Their primi tive garments were made of fig leaves but you dont want to take a leat out of their fashion book Those fall styles are somewhat old and out of date so you had better come in and see our new styles With your permission we ap point you a committee ot one to ascertain where you can make your Cloak and Cape purchases with wjrth best advantage to yourself We freely believe that if you investigate the subject thoroughly you will buy here That is why we suggest the idea to you We admit our motive is a selfish one for we expect to get your trade but if you can profit by taking our ad vice you will doubtless pay little attention to the motive which prompts us to offer it Look where you will get as many prices and facts as you can and then come to us It will not be difi i cult for us to convince you that iere is the place for you to buy and we will save you from 15 to 25 per cent THE Dry Goods Go J ClDAKS y ADAM EVE kt f T 7f I f i lOGAN toft it J S i iti 4 1 h 4 AND VICINITyrL o J t ooeeooooo0eweeoeooooeoooveeeeeoooeoeeoeeoeeeoeeooooeeeeeeees I ANCASTEIZ eeeeeeeee eep Sheet iron work at Conns Fresh oysters at T Currys Remember the supper at Gaines store room next Wednesday evening Coal and Salt If you have any kind of work that you have trouble in getting it done take it to Conns Buy a pair Walk Over are the best in the world for 350 Logan Robinson Elegant stock of ladies union suits just arrived at Josephs All sizes and best quality At last cold weather is upon us The ladies should secure some of those wraps which are being sold so cheap at Josephs 7 bushels best salt for 185 lump coal llicts per bushel nut coal 8Jc per bushel Blue Grass Grocery Come pay your school tax The penalty will be added Dec 1st 1122tf E W Harris Col Pay cash and get tickets on every dollars worth of goods bought for the 40000 to be in January Jeweler Mammoutu Bronze Turkeys fine ones toms 200 hens 125 tf Mrs G T Higginbotham Marcel 1 us Ky Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning beginning at ten oclock Dr McKee the pastor will conduct the services Paste This In Your Hat The question is frequently asked What is the population of Garrard county The census just completed says there are 12042 souls within her borders Circuit Court The November term of the Garrard Circuit Court convenes Monday morn ing Keg Mason who has been clerk since Garrard county was placed on the map tells TIlE RECOKD that the docket for this term is the light est in the history of Garrard county Quarterly Meeting Rev Jno R Deering the newly presiding Elder for this will preach Saturday and at the Methodist church at 1030 a m 7 p m and Sunday at 11 a m 7 p m The conference will be held immediately after the Saturday morning service Church Supper The ladies of the Baptist church will serve an excellent supper in the Gaines store room next Wednesday evening beginning at 530 oclock Turkey ham salads coffee and other substantials will be served only twentylive cents The are to be used in paying for the parsonage Mr T T Pollard Dead After a very brief illness Mr T T Pollard died at his home near Marks bury Tuesday night Mr Pollard was one of Garrards most prominent and influential citizens and his death is greatly deplored As this notice is being put in type the funeral is being held at the Lancaster Cemetery An extended notice will be given in next issue of THE RECORD To Correspondents THE RECORD will be printed one day earlier next week in order that we may spend Thursday in thanking that we are still alive The paper will be delivered Wednesday night and our door locked barred and all the next day Please send in your favors and greatly oblige the whole force from Capt White to the engineer The Drouth Broken The drouth which has lasted since May was broken Tuesday by a fine downpour of rain Showers have freely since and cisterns have up and springs resumed business at their old stands This was the most serious drouth in the history of the county and had it lasted much longer water would have had to be hauled from Kentucky river a of twelve miles A FIRe Contest Miss Amanda Anderson has arrangements for a very In teresting contest to be held Opera House next Thursday Thanksgiving The speakers wJ pupils of the various schools in Gar rard county each school sending its best speaker and a hot contest is ex pected Reserved seats are on sale at McRoberts drug store at the price sf Socta Better get a reserved seat or you may have to stand ig be all 3 r shoes they elegant Notlte given the For Sale appointed district Sunday Saturday Admission proceeds bolted fallen filled distance completed the e I r i C away Thompso inP sm r u County court next Monday J Buggy repairing at Conns Warm blankets and comforts at Jo sephs Scalding boxes Tbuilt to order at Corms Quick sales and small profits is the motto at Conns v We keep best Jellico Coal J S Minor Son As yet no arrangements have been completed for Thanksgiving services Now is the time to plant Dutch Bulbs We have a large variety for sale O C Heberling Chicken feed for sale by H A B Marksbury Son This is an extra good quality of feed We are showing a good hat for 125 that will cost you 200 at other places Logan Robinson Store Room For Kent Known as the Gaines room given immediately Apply at THE RECOKD oflice tf Having decided to move to St Louis I offer my residence on Richmond St for rent Can give possession at once Mrs W N Bush Strayed or Stolen Black pointer dog answers to name of Jack limps in right hind leg Finder will be rewarded if returned at once to F P Frisbie Coal and Feed Best coal always on hand also a cheaper grade for those who prefer quantity to quality ydta gopd cheap coal Ship stuff shelled oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill All weekly payments to the Building and Loan must be made by Saturday or night of each week or a fine of five cents per share We cannot payments on Monday for the Saturday previous without charging the penalty Respectfully J C Hemphill Secty Lancaster Boy Promoted A special from Washington says Overton C Pearce of Lancaster has been appointed a clerk in the War Department at a salary of 1500 This is Obe Pearce a brother of James Pearce of this city He has been in the regular army for several years and steadily promoted from the ranks He is a splendid young fellow and his friends in old Garrard are glad of his good luck Meeting at Christian Church A series of Gospel Meetings is now in progress at the Christian church in this city Services begin every night at seven oclock The sermons are preceded by song and praise service which lasts about twenty minutes Eld Allen P Moore the pastor is conducting the services and we have heard much favorable his discourses Religious matters in will bear a great deal of up and the people should attend these meetings and show more in that line The meeting will next week Garrard Hotel Rented Mr T S Long of Circleville Ohio was here this week and closed a for the new Garrard Hotel He returned to Ohio to close up some matters and will come to about first of the month He tells it will take two weeks to get the house in the shape he wants it so it will not be ready for the public until the middle of In the meantime the company will have many improvements made on the building among them will be a reading room partitioned off in the office which will take about onethird the present space Every room will be carpeted and new furniture placed therein A Big Fight In Danville The football game scheduled to be played between a Cincinnati team arid the Centre College eleven at Danville Saturday resulted in a general fight and riot in which men were brutally crippled and maimed probably for life It seems that the two teams had trouble in Cincinnati last year and the Centre men to use a slang expression had it in for the visitors Scarcely had the play been called when the fight began and when peace finally spread her white wings over the gridiron several play ers lay unconscious while assisted off the field by friends broken noses barked shins black eyes cuts and bruises too numerous to mention It is reported that the omnibus the visitors to the train was attacked and drivers broken by a thrown stone It is that some of the men will carry tor life scare received in the scrapJ Possession Lancaster Assocaiti n Saturday receive commenton Lancaster rubbing interest continue contract business Lancaster THE RECOUD December ring 1 j Carriage Shop 1 Halta dozen others w the arm said ere j a 27 new patterns in ladies gold watch es at Thompsons kind of ste m fixtures pipe val ves etc at Conns Carriage Shop TorSale A high grade albany calf T Currey Handsome line of allwool plaid flannel at Josephs Also a su perb line of ladies underwear We can save you money on Cement and Plastering of all kids J S Judge Hughes is hustling for some good shows at the Opera House next month Great preparations are being made for the Contest at the Opera House Thanksgiving night See program in next issue of TIlE RECOUD Members of the local Baptist church are at work raising funds to pay for their parsonage recently erected This is a noble cause and all who can should lend a helping hand On Lexington pike between town and Marksbury a shopping bag a pair of glasses and a few other articles Finder will please leave at this office and get reward Groceries 1C lbs best granulated sugar 8100 ginger snaps per Ib 5c 4 big bars soap for 5c 2 Ibs new rolled oats for 5c California hams sweet and jucy 8c lb best lard 8ic lb Blue Grass Grocery Sale of Fine Farm Our Marksbury correspondent the sale by Mrs Alice Scott farm near that place to Mr Jno Woods of this city Mr Woods will move to the place at once but he will continue with the Logan Dry Goods Co in this city Eld A R Moore will move to the property ted by Mr Woods A Dangerous Job The spiral on the Presbyterian church has received a muchneeded coat of paint The church officers have had trouble in finding some one do this work as the steeple is over one hundred feet tall and made in such a shape that work on it is very Messrs Howe and Aldridge the local painters did the work Bargains In Suits I am prepared to sell you an suit from 1000 to 2000 which will give more service than cheaper suits Quality wear fit and guaranteed or no sale A 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 4t Agent 281 From 1 to 500 That might be a riddle or an invi tation to a church fair but it isnt Its a concise way of calling public 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 1 to 5 per 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 littte to our is your safetyvalve And heres a friendly tip They wont last always J C Hemphill Foot Ball One of the best games put up by the Lancaster foot ball team was by a large crowd Friday when they met Centres second team THE RECORD gives below a synopsis o the game written by a foot ball player If our readers what it means they do more than we can Game called at 330 p I m Centre kicked off Denny cough ball lost ball because he went out of boundry Centre by repeated of line made first touchdown in about 3 minutes Lancaster kicked off to Centre Centre lost ball by fail ure to gain W Walker made the touchdown for Lancaster in about 5 minutes which ended the 1st half L Anderson made excellent kick sec bnd half ball was downed at Centres 25 yard line when Centre bucked the boys hard but resulted in small gains Centres full back attempted kick but was blocked by A Walker who made made excellent play by breaking through line The ball was caught I W Hudson making a clever run by taking ball to goal Centre kicked off Wallace caught making a good gain ball was lost by blocked ball Centre by continual bucking the line to Lan casters 50yd line making excellent kick which went over goal but W Walker advanced ball back over goal line then bucked line for 15 yards then made two more good gains when score standing 10 to 5 in in fajpr of Lancaster 15 minute fialy Wjlsti alif 27 minutes second half 29 minutes Centres men were gentlemen and the boys had a nice clean game This ig the fifth game this season each time fAll Lime Lost containing reports other family dangerous excellent satisfaction comparison attention suitand buyand guarantee witnessed understand bucking up all itp heavy Minor Son vac 8 afternoon r ti 1 i a Horse shoeing arid crooked feet treated at Coitus Ernest G is uow ticket agent for the night trains We have a superb line of ladies shoes J Joseph Saddles bnilcs harness etc at price at Conns Carriage shop If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Everybody says the goods shown at J Josephs are the finest and handsomest ever displayed in Lan caster Look here stop high prices when you can get prices O K on all kinds of Vehicles Harness Saddles ect at Conns Carriage Shop One house and lot on long also one for rent W Mr W J Romans has moved into his new residence on Stanford street It is a model of convenience and well built Work on Judge Robinsons new dwelling is progressing nicely The marriage of Miss Lucile Ram sey and Mr John Brigh at Paint Lick church last night was a most brilliant affair and witnessed by a great gath ering of friends of the young couple THE RECORD was promised a full ac count of the affair but our corres pondent failed to send it in time for this issue Model Store Room Mr T Currey is having extensive improvements made on his grocery store and when complete will be one cosiest and prettiest in town Mr Currey has been in business at this stand for many years and has sold enough groceries there to feed tne entire population of for months Good Fishing Local Nimrods say fishing in Dix river is unusually good this fall A number of fine strings have been brought in Mr John E Stormes has made the best catch so far and the oldtimers like Judge Burnside Bed dow Sam Duncan and others are down in themouth because new hand like Mr Stormes should lay them in the shade Mr S last week caught two jumpers 18 inches long and weighing 4 poundsor 18 pounds and measuring 4 we forget which But at any rate he holds the record Brow I interesting dr e s s paying For Sale payments J Kentucky considerably weighing house nd lot Romans doubtless inches Eiderdown comforts French satin covers at Josephs Surrey and buggy curtains put on at Conns Carriage Shop Guns revolvers locks etc repaired at Conns Carriage Shop Best Cypress always on hand J S Minbr Son We have the largest stock of under wear ever brought to Lancaster Pri ces are right Logan Robinson Ladies dont fret your life away with that sewing machine send it to Conn and have it repaired and adjusted The Masonic lodge meets next Tues day evening when several matters of importance will come up Meeting time 630 p m We are opening up our Xmas goods as fast as they arrive large lines and low prices for cash Thompson the Jeweler If you call for Potts flour at any of the stares in Lancaster and they havent got it order it direct from mills H C Potts BuckeyeKy Honest dealing low prices have won for us a reputation which brings crowds to our store daily We treat all fairly and alike Honest prices will conquer every time J Joseph Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker- tf Bryantsville Rot Alter Tigers During the past two weeks fines aggregating 200 have been assessed by Judge Brown againts whisky sell ers Marshal Dee Turner is detir mined to do his part and harnesses up every fellow who looks like he even wanted a drink Mr Turner is cer tainly the right man in the right place The National Fox Hunters Reports from Irvine say the annual meeting of the fox hunters was a bril liant success socially but the sport was not up to the average on account of the extreme dry weather The country was too rough for the judges to keep up with the dogs so no win ners could be decided upon Messrs W S Walker was made a vice presi dent and John B Parks and R W Walker directors for the ensuing year These gentlemen reside at Paint Lick and are among Garrard countys most prominont citizens Shingles leading and I I r I I Anyone j f I h I Buell Bootees 4 450 and 5 r rrtJ r m I i Y r i Favorite Examine our line of Heating Stoves We can please you and save you money J R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Air TightStoves Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets CLEARING SALE We realize that the only effectual waj the v y to make business hum is to have a clearing sale all the time and nut dull months to Values like these to bring you to our store Overcoats at 350 Overcoats worth S750 at 650 Overcoats worth 81250 at S10 Suits worth SG50 at S500 Suits worth S850 at 3750 Suits 1250 at S1000 Ladies Jackets worth 650 at 500 Ladies Jackets worth 500 at 8350 Ladies Wraps from 125 to 500 Mens and Womens all solid shoes worth 135 at 100 Rocker Bootees worth 500 at 450 Blankets and 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 advertise 5 Comforts l Underwear ffiiJ ij lillffi rr a1 sibyo t 1 Drew s LADIES SHOES trall WINTER IS NOW UPON US We are showing the most complete lines of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishing Goods In this market looking for bargains come see us Logan Robinson I m im I D a n p l 1 areIfYr fl l p i B II BiI Walkover Shoe At 350 uuuu uA IfA 41 Qj a IHats i ii s Stetson r lee I 4- I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 39 1900 XVXBT WKK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TERMS Six MONTHS THKKX 100 J I50 25 ONZYJABINADYANCZ Tins Newport defalcation mention ed elsewhere in THE RECORD is caus ing much talk all over the country The stealing by Brown will bring sor row to many poor people who had their little savings stored away in Browns bank Officials of the bank say depositors will lose nothing but that remains to be proven The silli est side of the defalcation is the re port that one man made way with all the money How one man can take as much as a dollar from an in stitution run on the strict business methods a bank is supposed to be is hard to conceive and robbing a bank of 190000 without the knowledge of others is simply out of the question If these men were punished like the ordinary everyday thieves placed in the penitentiary and made to do hard work there would be no more going wrong by officials But not a man in the Newport steal wll ever darken a prison door Hightoned stealing is all right and if the thieves have mon ey to buy their way its nobodys busi ness how much depositors are robbed ANOTHEU bank otflciaigone wrong as the saying is If some poor devil had stolen a hog he would be called a thief pure and simple The hog thief would get ten years in the while the gone wrong will be feasted on the fat of the land About the only thing money wont buy is into the Eternal City Up the money sharks will be reminded of the fact that its easier for one of Bar nums camels to do a contortion act in the eye of a cambric needle than for their cash to go at the great box above THE Williamstown Courier says Jim Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat is baldheaded The g9y old bachelor editor of the latter paper opens his head and speaks The Courier shottld understand that we are by no means baldheadecb in fact we have so much hair that like one of the corespond ents in the Sells divorce suit we have raised a bunch of hair on our kisser Truth of the matter is the Courier man is as bald as a doorknob while Allen has enoygh hair to pack a It may be a wig however SOME newspapers still grind out gas and fill their editorial with matter telling stow it ought to have been why it was what will beand goodness only knows when they will cheese it Everyone knows Beckham is electedand theres small reason to doubt McKinleys ti tle to the presidential chair for er four years The fight is over so so lets have a little peace and freedom from pollertix boys POLITICS has caused a row in the Lexington camp of Confederate Vet craps This is regretted very much by their comrades in the state Above all other things politics should be kept out of social organizations some peoples stock in trade however and without it they would be as blank as an oyster Gov J C W BECKHAM was yesterday to Miss Jean Fuqua at her home in Owensboro The wed ding was a brilliant one and by many prominent society people of the state The bride is said to be an exceeedingly handsome young lady and newspaper pictures of her out the assertion penitentiary passage there otll e saddle political columns married attended E q I be hen MARKSBURY Mrs M C Harlan has purchased Mr F K Suttons farm for 47 per acre H D Aldridge purchased of J W Simpson ten barrels of corn at 175 Mr C A Robinson was so as to have two very fat hogs sto len Saturday night He tracked the thieves as far as Bryantsville- Mr John Woods of Lancaster has purchased Mrs D T Scotts farm for 75 per acre Mr Woods and family will take possession of their property as soon as vacated We are sorry to give Mr and Mrs Scott up but are glad to welcome Mr Woods and fam ilyThe little infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard McGrath died Tues day evening and was interred in the Fork Cemetery Wednesday morning Mourn not for her dear ones God lent the bright blossom to you for a short time then took it to be an an gel heaven After a dry and sultry summer and gloomy autumn while the hotsun has parched all the fields and meadows hushed the singing brooklets dried up creeks and rivers causing us to think of The drouth of 77 our Merciful Heavenly Father is at last blessing us with nice showers of rain The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs B C Copass last Thursday This organization is composed of the ladies of the community they are good workers and are doing all the good they can in the church and neighbor hood and also trying to do good in distant fields They should have the encouragement of all Master Willie Robinson of Lancas ter spent last Saturday with his cous ins Benny and Currey Robinson It was reported last week that James Royston was very sick he has since developed a very bad case of typhoid fever Mrs Cecil of Junction City is at the bedside of her father T T Pollard Mr and Mrs J R Haselden Mr and Mrs S G Haselden Joe Haselden Mrs Catharine Aldridge and Miss Kitty Aldridge of spent Sunday with M G Aldridge and family Mr James A Boner of Danville spent Sunday with his pa BRYANTSVILLE Mr and JVlrs B F Jennings are visit ing relatives here Mr Frank Gammon of Burgin call ed on friends here Sunday Quite a nice rain has fallen in our vicinity which was needed badly Mrs Hanna Sweeney of Indiana spent Saturday with Mrs C C Becker Mrs Armstrong and Miss Higgins went shopping in Danville Tuesday Mr B F Totton and Jack Dunn made a business trip to Lexington last week Miss Katie Farley of Danville is spending the week week with her brother J W Farley Dr Jennings is attending the small pox cases atTyrone He reports no new cases and old ones improving Mr Tom Brogle and Miss Mary Mur phy of Camp Nelson were married last week in Lancaster This extends congratulations McCREABY Mr T C Gulley and wife visited rel atives In Lexington Saturday and Sunday Miss Lillie Warner brother Robert made a visit to their sister in Stanford last week Mr J B Saunders and wife of your city were the guests of Alex Walker and wife Sunday Mrs Mary Anderson visit ed Mrs Lucy Simpson last week Mr Richard Burton went to Madison county on business Sunday Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cure biliousness constipation and headache They are easy to and pleasant in effect For sale R McRoberts Druggist 1m I I only in J T Lancaster community ands u taker unfortunate rents by- E WALLACETON Corn is selling at 2 per barrel deliv ered here Mr J C Caldwell is closing out his stock of goods here at cost to quit the business The new addition to Wm Hiatts house is nearing completion and adds to both its convenience and outside appearanceE and family have mov ed to Berea and his soninlaw James Moore and family are occupying his residence here C C McWhorter who rented the storehouse just vacated by Wallace Soper and also the dwelling occupied by T W Soper is opening up a full stock of new goods this week and has also taken charge of the post office hereA J Wilson has sold his house and lot here to a Mr Bodkins for 500 and will move to the farm of A F Cald well on the Big Hill pike and about four miles east of Berea Mr will in the mercantile business at the stand now being vaca ted by J C Caldwell Some of our farmers are done gath aring their corn others have stopped on account of the fodder being too dry to set up while still others are leav ing their fodder down awaiting damp er weather All are entertaining fear that small grain already sown is because of the drouth Rev Wm G Frost president of Be rea College will preach at the M E church here next Sunday at 3 oclock p m All who have heard president Frost know what a rare opportunity is now afforded them while those who have not should by all means take ad vantage of it by being present Mrs James W Wallace returned Friday from a weeks visit with the family of her brother Ed Hamilton at Louisville Oscar Hiatt returned home last week after a stay of six or eight months in Illinois Mr Kit York and family have returned from Illinois where they went several years ago to seek their fortune but missed connection Mr Thos W Soper for three years manager of the busi ness of Wallace Soper here was in Lancaster last week on business Richard Soper left last week for a two months stay in Ohio Dick said he was going now to see what he can do there next year but would be back in two months We are on to your trick Dick but wont give it away indeed we wont Miss Mary Baker accom panied by Mrs Smith was with home folks here Friday night but returned to McKee Saturday They are very successfully engaged in religious and educational work in the Eastern part of the State STONE Mrs Mattie Land is on the sick list Mr J H Raney has erected a new barnL D Mitchell sold his crop of hemp seed at 2 per bushel N F Grow sold to James Saunders a bunch of hoes at 4c Mrs Jennie Broaddus sold to Lee Austin her farm of eighty acres for 3200 Mr and Mrs Lewis Murphy are over the arrival of a fine girl baby While riding by a high bank one day last week the horse Mr J H Ra ny slipped and fell over killing the horse and crippling him pretty bad Mr and Mrs Wolford Raney and family of Lock No 8 visited their parents here last week Messrs L M Crntchlield and Lige Simpson went to Nicholas ville Monday on business Mrs C S Saunders spent this week with relatives at Hanley Wetzel G Wilmore spent Sunday with L M Crutch and family Ladies black silk mittens shell crotchet at Josephs Bod- kIns engage perishing rejoicing SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY PLAN INSURANCE REVERSED We Pay While You Live They Pay When You Die Which do You Prefer Over 330000 paid in living benefits Over 160000 Reserve and Surplus Over 6OOOO Paid in September Promotes Economy Guarantees Safety Secures Large V Returns in Profitsff ri A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Call on J C Hemphill Jno G Austin orG T Farris Bradfordville Ky Lancaster K JJ Special Agen fc r1 i j 1 J iJ I i f Y p r r T G6NERAfc Orders to recruiting stations to enlist as many men as possible for ser vice in the Philippines Attorney General Griggs has an nounced his purpose to retire from the Cabinet to devote himself to matters State Health Olllcer McCormick has found eighty cases of smallpox So far there has been but one death Burglars entered the notion store of A C Sine at Ashland and after the safe of over 100 set the building on lire To pacify the Boers tre British in South Africa nave decided to use the reconcentrado plan used so suc cessfully by Weyler in Cuba H B Chappell a Carlisle merchant has received 100 from an unknown man in Minnesota who requests that no questions be asked Sylvester Vittito a farmer of Larue county was shot and killed in a saloon fight at Elizabetntown by Richard Wilson a young attorney of Louis villeGeorge Weckbosh of Grant who was found on the railroad track near Sherman several days ago both legs having been cut off by a train says he was tied to the track by four drunken young men The advice of the Emperor of Ger many to give no quarter in China is still being carried out as is evidenced by the butchery of the wounded told in letters from soldiers The Foreign Ollice assumes that the letters are ex aggerations The tests of the now twelveinch naval gun have proved it the greatest gun ever made in any country With an 850pound projectile it can pierce any armor The new battleships and armored cruisers will be equipped with these guns By a deal which will be closed next month 50000 acres of Eastern Ken tucky coal lands will be purchased by Pennsylania syndicate Official returns were received from five additional counties making two Congressional districts the Third and the Rheas majority is 156 and Gilberts 1044 The Senate Committee Relations with Cuba met to consider reports on the receipts and expenditures in Cuba and took an adjournment until after Congress has convened The Cuban receipts amounted to over 21000000 and the expenditures to 17564993 Gen Miles in his annual report urg es a general reorganization of the mil itary service He says the organiza tion of an ellicient land force for an indefinite period in the future is most obvious and can not be wisely avoided Gen Greeley in his annual report says the work of the signal corps for the year has exceeded all previous records James Dudley Ware of Hopkins ville has written a statement his wife and testifying to her purity and they are now living again Mrs Ware will with draw her suit for divorce proceedings The Rev W K Piner who was shot by Ware while making a pastoral call and who was included in the charge of infidelity made by Ware against Mrs Ware will now begin suit for damages against Yare it is said Albert Thompson of Bourbon was held to answer in the Federal Court m bond of one thousand dollars by Commissioner Hill at Lexington on the charge of intimidating negro votors Lee Leery and Sam Adams colored were held in like amount Thompsons offense was causing the arrest of a party of crap shooters A feature of the St Louis fair in 1903 will be a mammoth watch Itwill he on its back will have a polish od metal case just like the ordinary watch and will bo so large and roomy inside people will be able to walk around in it among the movingwheels It will be nearly seventyfive feet in diameter and more than forty foet high with seat little stairways running all about in it and all the wheels properly protected so that can be hurt nor have his clothes soiledThe arguments in the Kentucky Jim Crow car case will probably be heard by the Supreme Court at Wash ington some time during the present week The case is one of those the validity of the statute the railroad companies to re move through passengers intoseperate compartments provided for the whites and blacks when the passes the State line This is the case of the Chesapeake Ohio railway against the State of Kentucky and is on from the decision of the Shelby Circuit Court It will be remembered that the C 0 was fined here 500 for permitting negroes to ride in thesame i personal at Russell robbing county more Eighthcomplete exonerating together county in- volvIng requiring train appeal C O4 coo QqOceOOooOcQ4 1VE iSo- ooaoooooooooodooooo0000000000 are that none t o coach with whites The Court of of Kentucky upheld the decision Shelby Sentinel The plethora of money in the Uni ted States is shown by the remarkable activity in Wall street where under heavy buying shares of all kinds are scoring sensational advances Friday and Saturday were days of extitement in Wall street and the market moved in a sensational way and fluctuations were great but there was a net ad vance on the day Great Britain on the other hand is on the anxious Feat Gold cannot be attracted and there is even a possibility that it must contin ue to outflow to the United States The placing of the new war loan al ready perplexes the Government If the recommendations of Commif sioner of Internal Revenue Wilson have any weight there will be an in crease rather than a decrease of the stamp tax under the war revenue act compelled by the act He wants coun terchecks and receipts stamped as regular bank checks and also would extend the tax on proprietary medi cines The receipts last year were 295316107 being 10316101 in excess of estimates and 21831534 in excess of the previous year Estimated re ceipts for the coming year arc placed at 295000000 based on the present lawFrank M Brown for many years bookkeeper of the German National Sank of Newport is missing and has confessed a shortage of 201000 The bank is insolvent and is in charge of a bank examiner Women arc said to be at the bottom of Browns downfall His father Paris C Brown has long been one of the leading figures in The peculations of Brown have evidently been going on for years but in the absence of statements by the directors and bank examiner it is not yet known how they were hoodwinked and collusion of other employes of the bank is suspected Rumors of Browns shortage became current several days ago and a run on the bank was star ted but the directors as late as published a statement that Browns accounts were absolutely cor rect The failure of the bank will prove a sensation at Newport It had city deposits of Newport Bellevue and Dayton and was also a depository of twentyfour building and loan as sociationsA pyre lighted by Richard W Frost father of the outraged and murdered girl ended the life of John Porter a negro boy at the scene of the crime near Limon Col last Thursday The lynching was delib erately planned and no effort was made to prevent it The prisoner was brought from Denver by train A Limon he was taken from the of the sheriff So certain was it that a lynching would follow the return of the confessed culprit that newspaper correspondents and telegraph opera tors accompanied the prisoner from Denver and the wires were tapped and the news was flashed throughout the country the instant the match was applied and the fiendish torture begun The burning of Porter is generally approved and there will hardly be any criminal proceedings against the members the mot There are no remains left to hold an inquest over The womens vote was a unit for the burning of the negro 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 man who has the most to say always uses the fewest words 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 bow els making you feel like a new man For sale by R E McRoberts 1m EDITOR RECORD Sir To correct a mistake published in your paper issue of Nov 1st we desire to this statement It was stated Alex Gill and myself had a political argument in Wm Johnsons shop and finding words inadequate to settle the GREAT question of the day begun to pump lead at each other or to this effect We would have it distinctly understood we never had an of a political nature nor other wise in our life with said Gill and we are through the matter of being attacked comes to me as no great surprise for to such a great has the ignorance of my people for which they are not altogether responsible and their prejudice been aroused that not only I but any man of our color who chances to differ from them politically may not only expect being attacked but his life snatched away at almost any moment In this we aim at no argumant a statement With thanks L A LEAVELI employesbecause Thursday custody o f The Chamberlains CARD argument Further extent simply Appeals Newport C A t t oft IflPORTANT NOTICE To the Good of Garrard we wish to Our work is all done right here undertTT 1 J and ouii PRIDES LOWEH than any house on earth from 2500 a suit up We are no Tailors TO THE TRADE but TAILORS Drive down and see us we guarantee to save more than your and on ion Respectfully ROWLAND WOODCOCK i ii C TAILORINGvis e but the most expert jailor expenses gU 1i e d s i DANVILLE K Y fE d i j ttJt t s our own ran HOUSE er tried tl 4iU LADIES MANTAILORED SUITS These were not made to sell at this price in fact they are worth twice the price They are single suits mostly and while the styles are all good and staple they are not the very latest Any one wanting a really firstclass Mantailored suit made in the very best manner of fine allwool materials for a little money should see these suits at once Skirts are all gored with inverted pleat backs Coats are all silk lined Styles are tightfitting single and double breasted coats SansRevere and tight fly fronts made of Venetians Home spuns and Cheviots in sizes 32 to 40 Man Tailored Suits 10 The best values ever offered anywhere in Ladies suits All are of the very best tailoring Styles are all good colors are de sirahle Skirts are correct shape gored and flared Coats are all silk lined and some suits are all silk lined Walking Suits made of plaid back materials worth 2 a Sans Rever and double breasted styled Suits in single and double brested and Sans Revere styles in fine Homespuns Ven etians and Cheviots in black and colors Some are all silk lin ed Any suit in the lot would be cheap at 15 Blouse Suits We have the finest line In Central Kentucky All colors and sizes plain and fancy from 1350 to 30 Our line of these suits are new as we sold so near out of our first lot that we had to make a second trip to New York Any alterations needed on these suits we make free of charge and by a first class tailor Velour Blouses Undoubtly the dressiest wrap on the market as well ss the most becoming They seem rather expensive until you price the meterials Then you see that they are cheap We have them from 20 to 35 Box Coats and Jackets We have no shoddy cloaks Any wrap you buy of us will give you satisfaction and cause you to buy of us again Our line is new since Oct We have Box Coats for Ladies Misses and Children Prices range from 4 to 30 and are Our line of Misses and Childs coats is the best we have ever shown We also have an immense variety of styles in Ladies Jackets at every price from 3 up Furs We will show you more real Furs than any 10 stores in this section We charge you very little more for real MartensMinks Sable Foxes Beavers than you are usually asked for imitations Scarfs Long Boas and Collarettes from 3 to 30 Opening Friday Nov 30th When we will have on display of new articles suitable for presents from 5c to 7500 Worth taking a day off to see this show r Cl1 fJlq KT 2f22 I 575C 15th goodvalue thousands 2f2 g a1ItIJJJ BDa Ky Ii iIzJII Sr- l4 I din Yr 6r nville I ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE tl6 rQlL ID E E5 EE C o ooo oQ e ooomo moo o ooaoa ooo m eo o oooo o ooo oWETZViAN iII Eris bie IS har ac Y= HAVE YOU SEEN The 200 2 25 and S25Q Velvet Hats nicely trimmed that are If yon have not bought your hat give us a call you win be surprised to line at the same marvelously low price I I TCFTI SrCTE Sselling I IsmLour oooooooooooo oo 000000W000OOOOOOP0000000010000000000000000000060400 0000000000000000000080000 I ooaoeeoaooooo00000000000000oooood CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 22 1900 ROOT Gov W O Bradley was in Louis ville Friday George Smith Jr is in Cincinnati having his eyes treated Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye is visiting Miss Pearl Ross Mr Sam Salter of Maysville is the family of Mr Tom Elkin Miss Jennie Shumate and Mr Geo Palmer were visitors in Danville Sun day Mrs 0 K McGugin after a few days visit to this city has returned to Lex ington Mr George Lusk and sister Jane left Monday to spend the winter in MexicoMesdames Elmore of Harrodsburg and McCron of Richmond are Mrs J W Elmore Mr Louis Doty and wife of Stan ford visited Alex Doty and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Charles Singleton and boy of Crab Orchard are visit ing Mrs Elbert Smith at Mrs George Farris Mrs J Lake and children of Terra Haute Indiana are expected this week to visit her parents Judge Eph Brown and wife Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside are visiting Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick They attended the BrightRamsey wedding Wednesday Lexington Herald Mr George W Dunlap brother to Mr Wood Dunlap expects to leave today for Colorado Springs Colo Mr Dunlap expects to make his future home in that State on account of the poor health of his wifeLexington Jennie Burnside of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Lettie Brown at her home on the Tates Creek pike Mr and Mrs W T Browning with their two handsome children are relatives near Maysville r 1 oo 000 00 0 000 00 0 0 0 q 0oool visit- Ing handsome DemocratMiss beautiful visiting 000000oooooaooooo000000oooooaoc Peoibe0000- oooooP ooo Mexicovis- iting 1 I 1 f FilmsPrinting Paper Miss Carrie Boulden left Wednesday for her home in Lexington Mr Jno M Farra made a business trip to Louisville Saturday Mrs John E Stormes entertained a few friends Friday evening Ed Gaines and bride have returned from a two weeks bridal tour Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden visited relatives in Lexington the past week Messrs Al Price and Jack Beazley of Stanford were here Sunday visiting relativesMrs Hudson has returned from a pleasant visit to Knoxville TennesseeMr A IT Rice visited in Danville and Marksbury the first of the week Miss Nellie Ray of Buckeye is her aunt Mrs J II Dunn and laving her eyes treated Misses Annie Yantis and Bessie Gulley of McCreary spent Sunday with Miss Mary Thompson Mesdames Margaret Folger and James llemphill of Nicholasville have been visiting Miss Rella Arnold Richmond Pantagraph Deputy Collector Millard West was here Chas Jacobs and son were in Lancaster Fi iday Mr Homer W Batson orders his copy of TIlE RKCOIID sent to 715 E 15th St Kansas City at which place he has located to practice law Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold leave shortly to make theirhome with their brother Mr Ike Arnoldof Paint Lick Their many friends regret their departure The following from the Kansas City Star was given THE RECORD last week but by some slip was Miss Marie Packard and Mr Fred Turner of Kansas City were married ited to relatives and most intimate friends of the bride and The beautiful and impressive ring was by Dr Maderia The bride was charming in a gown of soft gray cloth trimmed witlf silk of the same shade and cream lace applique She wore becoming hat carried an armful of chrysanthemums The presents were numerous and elegant and served to illustrate the esteem in which theyoung people are held Mr and Mrs sas City a relatives visiting Friday mislaid Thursday ceremony November I Oneita suits best quality 60c others ask 125 for same goods Our 1 shoe and 1 hat can not be beaten for the money We have an excellent line of mens shoes for 250 These are the same shoes you have been paying 350 for Dont take our word for it but come and see for We guarantee our 160 and 225 shoes for ladies to be the same shoe that others sell at 250 and 300 We have an excellent line of corduroy and all wool pants for 135 just what you need this winter to you warm We have a full line of general merchandise which we will sell at the lowest price either for cash or produce We selling 15 Ibs granulated sugar for 1 and best patent for 60c per sack You can not do no better this in Lancaster Bring us your produce we guarantee to give as much as any house in Lancaster No matter how much offer for we will duplicate their We solicit a share of your trade Respectfully I N Mn t Go At SO l Pri 1 READ that yourself are ft the P TTERSON U t 4 i J 1 fr r b i would line I I 1JJ j We be pleased to have you call and inspect our i Some Sheep Note When you have a lot of which no other live stock will eat give them to sheep A flock of sheep will eat all the seeds from all the pumpkins you will split and place before them They are fond of the seeds and they thrive on the diet Sheep that graze in the woods do some damage mainly to the roots of tile young trees They nibble off all the young leaves as they come above the ground Furthermore they trample and compact the ground con siderably thus lessening its absorbing capacity This is a serious in the forest where the soil is never loosened by cultivation According to the recent published Government report on sheep losses in the United States last winter the of loss from winter exposure was 18 against 35 the preceding year and a ten year average of 26 As in the case of cattle and for the same reason the greatest losses relatively to the total number of sheep owned are reported from thesouthern states The estimated percentage of loss from disease is 20 against 21 the year and a tenyear average of 23 New York Farmer Cold Steel or Death There is but one small chance to save your life and that is through an operation was the awful prospect set before Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis by her doctor after trying to cure her of a frightful case of stomoch trouble and yeller jaundice He didnt count on the marvellour power of Electric Bitters to cure stomach and liver troubles but she heard of it took seven bottles was whooly cured avoided surgeons knife now weighs more and feels than ever Its positively to cure stomach liver and kidney troubles and never disappoints Price 50c at McRoberts drug store Good Ones are Scarce One of the principal reasons that so many boys never amount to anything in particular said a man to the Winchester the other day is because the average bov doesnt pay attention You cant depend on him You a boy who looks as if he was bright enough You send him out to do a lot of errands He seems to hear what you told him but as a matter of fact he doesnt Half the things you tell him to do he forgets and a lot of the rest he gets wrong For a day af ter he gets through with his errands you have complaints coming in from people who get bundles that they didnt order and who didnt get the things they did order Others are kicking because they failed to get their orders filled with either the things they ordered or with the things they didnt You get out of patience and turn the boys off Probably the second boy is no better than the first and he loses his job After have about concluded boys are alike and that the whole lot are no account you strike a boy who pays attention When you tell him to do a thing he does it without any hesitation or foolishness Every errand is perform ed punctually and without a mistake That boy is like a jewel of great price You will pay him twice the ordinary boys wages before you let him go In ten years he is either a partner in the business or else he is at the head of an establishment of his own or at the head of some great enterprise He is a power in the land and a man the dont want to do without while the boys who didnt pay attention are making a bare living and have hard work to do that They had as good a chance in the world as the successful man had but they lost the chance be cause they didnt pay attention To remove a troublesome corn or bunion Frst soak the corn or bunion warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily rubbing orously for five minutes at each ap plication Acorn plaster should te worn few days to protect it from the shoe general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheu matism Pain Balm is for sale by B E McRoberts 1m ed pumpkin- seed your consideration percentage preceding vainly better guaranteed business Democrat employ you thatall w In fora As a I nearly 4 drld withdrawing rig unequal out 92 i v D 0 rain to ton a the as A on it A C No kind of machinery is good enough to stand the action of the elements The wheat yields in many instances in the Northwest are reaching 30 to 40 bushel per acre Drouth has become so serious in Eastern Kentucky that prayers for are being offered in the various churches in that section Reports from eightythree counties the State Bureau of Agriculture in dicate that will be short in this year especially as to cot wheat and corn Wheat will be trifle over 51 per cent A pure bred ram is generally safer but remember that there are culls among thoroughbreds In selecting ewe lambs for breeding have in mind good qualities of the dam for like begets like There is a great deal of complaint in Jessamine county among the regarding a worm which is the wheat In some fields very large sections have been eat en up This together with the extren e ly dry weather is apt to make the wheat crop short throughout the state the drouth is not as bad in Jessa mine as other Interest in the Louisville Horse Show Association has been since the recent successful exhibition and many new names have been to its list of members All is en thusiasm and next years show is bound to be one of the greatest in the country The people of the United States use more meat than the people of any nation England ranks secondhand the other countries come far below person may eat meat perhaps to advantage once a day It is not however that meat should be the table three times a day in fact is quite an objectionable custom Ladies Home Journal The salting of stock is probably the most neglected of the many necessary operations of the farm This ordina rily comes from oversight The inten tion is good but the memory is faulty All pastures should contain boxes of salt Unless barrel salt is under a shed it will waste from wash ing when it rains whereas rock salt is subject to loss only in slight degree lump of rock salt should be kept in the feed box for the horse or better yet put in a separate box over the manger within their reach The fun damental principle is to keep salt within the reach of live stock then the matter will not be forgotten for weeks at a time which frequently happens Between barrel salt and rock the latter is much to be being cheaper and less bother As to rock salt being hard on the tongue it is not as it soon becomes smooth Kentucky Stock Farm j 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 C J E Stormes 1m Every man is anxious to help his neighbor when he dont need it Both makers and circulators of counterfeits fraud Honest men will not deceive you into buying counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The original is infallible for curing pilessoreseczema and all skin diseases F P Frisbie Policy is more often to blame for a mans honesty than principle Whites Cream Vermifuge remove s the unhealthy tissue upon which worms thrive it brings and quickly a healthy condition of body whe e worms cannot exist Price 25 cents 1m An egotist is a man without a collar carrying a goldheaded cane When a man disputes with a fool the foolis doing the same thing Herbine sweetens ens the eyes and clears the without the slightest ill effects whatever and ensuers the natural bloom of health Price 50 cents ng Tennessee farmers destroying countiesJournal added other necessary preferred C JE Stormes complex- Ion crops increase protec S commit worthless thebreath fed t Mounts Flash Powders son by to w he Mr ble n Of A Vllage Blacksmith Saved Ilia Little Sons Life Mr H H Black the wellknown vii age blacksmith at Grahamsville Co N Y says Our little 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 had the doctor and used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and 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 When a man knows his duty he avoids doing it by asking advice Many people worry because they be lieve they have heart disease The chances are that their hearts are all right but their stomachs are unable digest food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and prevents the formation of gas which makes the stomach press against the heart It ill cure every form of indigestion F P Frisbie After a mans jaw begins to swell realizes that silence is golden 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 se were cases make it a favorite For sale by R E McRoberts Honesty would not be such a valua trait if it wasnt for its scarcity A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham Machias Mo when the doctors said she could not live till morning writs Mrs S H Lincoln who her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from Pneu monia but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it lead more than once saved her life and had cured her of consumption After three small doses she slept easily all night and its further use completely her This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all throat chest and lung disease Only 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug have R E everywhere cured store Sullivan attended i of tis ML Pleasing or otherwise is generally made in laughing or speaking We can make the display pleasing Our DENTAL WORKi- s highly satisfastory because correct and high grade in every detail Dr Hobson is the only Dentist who owns his own office in RIChmond Dentists who own nothing can move any time but Dr Hobson is perman ently located in Richmond and has the best Dental practice of the town Come and see Best Alloy Fills 73cts DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Government Building in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open DiB lay I night r t t I I all Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand 23 O O ES SA T McROBERTS DRUG STORE Glass ZZ SIZES ALSO PUTTY Purest Black and Red Pepper Sage and Salt Petre for hog killing TroTroTToifbTroTftfirbTroTroT STORMES DR UG STORE PURE DRUGS FAINTS DILS STATIONERY Fine Cigars V Tobaccos Prescriptions Accurately Garrard County Friends Always Welcome STOUT xOO i I I I I ICOOOOOOOC 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 000000 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 oilS Frm OOOOOOOO J I LILLARD DANVILLE ooeaoocA s43o ooe c e c e eaooe UUinaozv o ussusaza rsazaa axx asas Compounded 600 KINDS OF 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 500 or Ibs came to my place shone two m oaths alp St JAMES CLARE fALL I I I I I I I I I J I ooNOOOOOOOVaoOOOOaoooooeoooao MM 1 woo i i R AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American BrooklynMilwaukee New York Liverpool London Globe North British MerchaiitiJe JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended KINNAIRDINSURANCE ReDresentin Followin GOIllDaniBs Aetna Life Ins Go gf HartforConi 1 accompanied by mucous patches iu BHirk C tions on the skin elSi sore throat copper colored splotches swollen glands aching and bones the making rapid headway and far worse symptoms follow unless the blood is promptly effectually cleansed of this S S S is the safe and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this poison It cures the worst cases thoroughly permanently MB Cosdiflea i Poison I tried nave Bees No Worse did me no good I was worse all the time came out ulcers appeared in mv throat and mouth body was almost with colored splotches and offensive seres I suffered severely pains in shoulders anus My condition no worse only afflicted as I was can understand my I had about lost all of ever being well again when I decided to S S but must confess I had little faith left in medicine After taking thethird bottle I a chance in my condi tion This was truly en H and I deter rive S S S a xnent was rapid S S S seemed to live the dis Sg case completely under control sores and firulcers healed and I soon free from all signs of the disorder I have VWi t been strone and ever I W SMITH Noblesville Ind the only purely vege c for that contains a particle or mercury potash or other Send for our book on Blood Poison it contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for self treatment We nothing for medi cure yourself at home THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA Mrs Jack Ilamniack is very low with malaria fever Geo Lcavell of color sold a calf II Purr for U25 James Conn sold his farm to Rev Ira Parton last Win Campbell sold some sheaf to J C Fox for 165 per hundred W II Furr bought two loads of corn from Mrs Worrel for per barrel in the field W G Gooch has niowd to the farm vacated by J B Parks also Rev Pres ton has moved to that vacated hjr James Conn A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible burn scald cut or bruise Bucklens Ar nica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures old sores fever sores ulcers boils felons corns all skin eruption Best pile cure on earth Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R tMcRoberts druggist 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 use it as a specific for grippe It is an infallible remedy for croup Children like it and mothers endorse it F P Frisbie 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 U C J E Stormes 1m It is easy to bear the aches of mans corns 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 Men always bow to fate but not matter of courtesy A IuiiioiiH Painting may be worth millions or a big pum kin may take first premium but Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin brings more oy every day as it becomes better known and more generally used for Constipation Indigestion Sick and Stomach Trouble Get it at McRoberts drug store 1m Wcn IbA the O mU C 11 In the faU of J8Q7 GEl U contracted DI o d tl1r doctors bnt tile I r treatment ettin been s Sir AA c thorough trial From iIi I since Lock 6u SSSis b 1 0 0 r ODD caladvice to- Y bundles 150 1 doctors cutsor another as- a Headache v l 4 ru1 couragitig was healthy JLATWOODS week- Soat 4 PAINT LICK Most of our farmers are through athering corn Another black smith shop will be opened here in a short time James Burrows of Lowell has sold his stock of goods to Mr Meadows We counted thirty buggies and on Multi street Saturday evening Elv stuck a nail in her foot and she has been sufferiug great painE W Norris and wife of Lancaster were gests of the Veranda Hotel this weekJ Ely our hustling carriage has sold twentynine buggies this season Mrs C B Engleman spilled some hot her hand and got it severely burned Mrs Jennie Searcy has rented her property to Mr Jack Wilson of for When you come to Paint Lick stop at the Veranda Hotel and get a meal and your horse fed for sixty Mr editor come up you and Capt White and eat Thanksgiving dinner with us Whats the matter with me Devil Paint Lick can boast of having the best string band this side of the cities and the best looking young men that can be found anywhere There is a move on foot to start a tobacco factory here in the near It is only a matter of time when Paint Lick will be a town Sam Jennings says the reason is selling so high in Madison not a half crop He bought a Held of corn and it takes twenty one shocks to make six barrels S Fish has put in a glass front and painted his store house inside and out and put in a new stock of goods and he has now the handsomest drug store in Central Kentucky PBEACHERSYILLE J B Hutchins school will be out this week Lovell will move this week to Rockcastle county Corn is selling in this neighborhood for S175 per barrel Logan Thompson sold a house to Jhas Rogers for 3500 Will Colson traded a nice horse to Walter Warren for 8500 J P Rogers traded two mule colts to Mr Hoskins for a yoke of steers J C Fox has completed one of the best stock barns in this country Mrs II C Cummins and son Samp was visiting Mr W T Pherigos Sunday Hon D B Edminston of Crab Orchard was visiting W II Cummins first of the week Mr Gray and family of Livingston has been visiting Mr W P Dishon and family for a few days There will be Thanksgiving services it the Methodist church the 29th Hobbs the Mr and Mrs A J Thompson called to Brodhead last week to at tend the burying of a relative Mr J C King will sell his stock crop and household goods at his home in this place the 28th of this month Willie P Rigsbywhohas been this fall will return to Lebanon O first of next week to enter school againGeorge Anderson the mail man this place and Crab Orchard had a sow to bring 21 pigs one day last week who can beat it The prospect is good for a nice school here this winter board can be had reasonable and the instructors can not DC surpassed anywhere Two good rooms have been secured to teach in this winter Just when a man needs his nerve the most he cant find it DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best liver pills made Easy to take and never gripe F P Frisbie 1m A cynic is a man who is never unless he is unhappy wagons Mrs A B maker grease on Wallace ton 125 future manufacturing V family by- Re teaching between happy goodS cornS olin pastor- Swa Tffffft for the Gentler Sex Mothers Friend is a friend during the nine months before childbirth It g is asimple liniment of marvelous and by its of the muscles all nervousness re distressing headaches and nausea 55 it a blessing in a bottle robbing 2g confinement its Relief Iieves bott lhitF nl i tdb where in the United States upon receipt of price We sexcan mailed free upon request 4 GapI 7 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 i buying any investigate the Blickens denier It is the ONLY 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 I IWORMSI WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGEMost in Quantity Best In Quality Fir 20 Ytars His Led ill Worn Rimedits i- BOXiD AXiXi XtTrC3GrXSV0 JAMES F BALLARD St Louls ayby 4 Prpared I will on Thursday Nov 22 1900 promptly at one oclock sell nt public outcry nt home near Gliead horses cows onu wagon lovs roller harrows hay rake good as new Harness new buggy corn and other articles too to mention Household and kitchen airniture clover seed Terms made known day of sale ALICE K SCOTT f FOREIGN GOSSIP More than 17 per cent of the in Germany and 21 per cent of the waitresses receive ho wages at all being expected to subsist on fees The title of princess royal borne by Empress Frederick of many before her marriage is not given to the eldest daughter of Eng lish sovereigns but only to the first hild should it happen to be a girl The glove industry in Austria has shown a remarkable growth within the past few years In 1880 the total production of gloves within the was about 500000 dozens in 1897 it had risen to 1750000 dozens and at the present time it is not far from 2000000 dozens The post office authorities of Cape Colony have tried automobiles as a means of collecting mails and found them unsatisfactory Now in the more remote districts on the edge of the Kalahari desert they employ camels as mail transport and find them 33 per cent cheaper than post cartsThe TransSiberian railroad offers the cheapest traveling in the world The Russian government in order to encourage emigration to that colony has made remarkably low rates For instance a ticket from Russia to Toblosk only costs 112 and from that point to any in Siberia the fare is only 225 That is to say it Is possible to travel 6000 miles for the sum of 337 A frequent difficulty encountered by postal authorities in Australia is the cheap and expeditious delivery of mails to outlying localities Many of these places arc hundreds of miles from the nearest railway line and the route is apt to be through droughtstricken country where tIme dry roads are at times impassable even by camels This is conspicuous ly the case in tropical Queensland An interesting rural custom is cell brated in the pretty Derbyshire vil lage of Tissington just prior to the Yhitsun festival This is known far and wide as Tissington well dressing The tradition is that once upon a time there was a great drought in the when pastures were burned bare robust rivers wasted to a trickle and there was suffering from want of water But to the very end of this rainless time the five wells of Tis sington ran full and clear So the grateful villagers one day dressed the wells with flowers and marked it holiday for all time The custom is very old ASIATICS AND ENGLISH There In Much III Feeling Manifest ed by Oriental Towards Europeans The manners of the European strike the Asiatic as plebeian lie expects in an equal or superior a kind of smoothness which few possess and which they acre display in their intercourse with the whose want of frank ness and tendency to be deferential and general failure to secure the re sults which Europe desires slightly irritate them The Asiatic thinks that want of frankness is essential to po liteness is always reserved to be insolent and looks upon familiarity especially if there is any difference of grade as offensive and in a word rude Verj few Europeans appear to him to be gentlemen and those few only when they are not familiar says the London Spectator The Europeans laugh in especial is to him as disagreeable as the laugh of the uncultivated is to the refined European and European chaff humor is to him absolutely unendurable It is he thinks the very quintessence of vulgarity and reminds him perpetually that he is being civil or submissive to one who is essentially wisest the mask is off a barbarian This feeling which is universal and incurable greatly his sense of his opponents stupidity which again is deepened by isis perception that the opponent is fettered in using his intellect by all manner of nonintellectual restrictions is apt for example to resejit a cruel or immoral suggestion does not em ploy falsehood when falsehood would be convenient and does not detect falsehood if it is plausible as a quickwitted man should Long observation has convinced us that the Asiatic who lies to the despises the European so much for accepting the falsehood that he often out of sheer contempt makes his falsehood less artistic than he could Anything he thinks will do for a mind so dense as that lIe is vexed too when Isis lie is too rough ly exposed vexed not as an ordinary European is because he has been but as a diplomatist is vexed when his smooth arguments are not put aside as smoothly lIe ought not to be told that he is lying but only to be shown as lightly as may he that the falsehood has not succeeded Any other conduct he classes as the result of illmannered not to say brutal and despises in his heart as the gentleman despises the scolding of the rough Carpeted Rivera The search for convenient ways of transportation by which the products of the Sudan may reach the outer world has called attention to a remark able phenomenon of vegetable life on some of the head waters and of the Nile This consists of enormous growths of papyrus and Other plants completely covering the streams and forming carpets of two or three feet thick beneath which flows the water Navigation by small boat is of course entirely by this obstruction which is in places supplemented by vines and clinging plants which arch the streams from bank to bank Heavy floods occa sionally sweep away the accumulations of plants but they are quickly re formed Youths Companion 4 PUBLICSALE InV numerous waiters G r empire cit land as- a always Europeans coloredraces unless he intends presuming persiflage increases clearly European detected stupidity tributaries vegetation interrupted iIi f t 2 heifer- hOg GARDENERS CONTRARINESS Cases of Obstinacy That Seen to Come from Association with the Flowers According to those who have had in the matter there is about a gardeners work that de elops contrariness To put it plainly the professional gardener is apt to be obstinate lIe has supreme faith in his own judgment and his judgment is likely to run counter to that of his And he is absolutely indepen dent as determined to have his own way as any operatic star says the New York Sun One of the wealthy families of Mil waukee has a gardener and he is only by diplomacy If the head of the household decides that he wants anything in particular on his grounds he goes to the principal florist of the city and takes him into his confidence The next time my gardener is he says tell him I dropped in and left an orderthat we were to have no more geraniums on the place Just say to him that I said I was sick and tired of them and instructed you un no circumstances to send me any more no matter what he might say that he can order anything else he may want but I positively will not have any geraniums especially the deep red ones Then when the gardener calls as he does with considerable regularity he is informed that there is a stop order on geraniums He becomes excited im Why he exclaims geraniums are the only things to border that new walk I have just laid out Ive got to have them The old man doesnt know what he wants anyway Just you send me up some of those deep red and Ill fix it all right with him And so the employer gets what he wants If he had ordered geraniums the gardener would have chosen else A similar course is pursued by a man who has an extensive and beautiful place at Madison Wis He has a Swede for a gardener and the Swede has nIl the characteristics of the Milwaukee man He is contrary b nature His employer thought a certain tree ought to be cut down and suggested it to the gardener but the latter wouldnt Item of it lIe insisted that the tree was just where it ought to be and added to the attractiveness of the place There was many a long argument over the and finally the employer ordered the tree removed but tile gardener simply ignored the order Of course he might have been but it is asserted that they are apt to be alike in this respect Con sequently nothing would be gained a change So the owner of the place undertook to gain the desired end bj diplomacy F guess 3oure right he said to the gardener one day That tree does add to the beauty of time place and it ought to remain Im glad you didnt cut it downThe gardener shook his head doubt fully but said nothing The next his employer again referred to the tree and expressed his gratification that his orders lund not been carried out Then the gardener suggested that it was out of place and that some of the branches were dead anyway He thought perhaps it ought to be re moved The employer disputed this and the gardener became insistent There was no use letting one tree spoil the place he said Yell I like it asserted the owner I want it to remain where it is The argument was resumed every day for a week and finally the employ er said in a discouraged way Oh well do as you please about it but I think it ought to be let alone The next day the tree was cut down This gardener b the way has some amusing ideas as to the English He spoke one day of watering a flower bed with the hoe on another occasion he spoke of the hose and on still another of the hoses It was some time before the mystery was cleared up Then it was discovered that one length of the garden hose was the hoe two lengths the hose and any thing more than that was hoses ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Manulacturcd 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 Enlarge meuts Distemper Etc For sale by R E Mc Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky and Fish it Co Paint Lick Ky Here We Are The Cincinnati Store in 10Will New Store New Goods New Prices Good 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 invitationto visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me when you come to town CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE experience something employer controlled inhere d geraniums something question peremptorily discharged b d language Ie ie t Place m er ed lest ely 5 4 TreatmentS I A Moimsr Zlovll Destroying its victim is a type of Constipation The power of ous malady is felt on organs and nerves and muscles and brain Theres no health till its overcome But Dr Kings STew Life Pills are a safe and certain cure lest in the world for stomach liver kidneys and bowels Only 2 cts at McRoberts drug store If bees made gl ucose some dealers would adulterate it with pure honey He Uitint 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 Caldwells Syrup Pepsin All druggists sell it or see R E Mc Roberts druggist ini To The Ladies We are now ready to show you our Fall stock of the Handsomest Millinery Ever displayed in Central Kentucky exercised great care in selecting these goods and they are the News Patterns- to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect Sallle D Tillett A Wonderf Offer to Women Wo havo received word of a most remark Rble offer which is to be made to women by The Delineator of New York Taking tim fact that next year begins a new century The Delineator offers to S 17500 among 1001 women The so cleverly arranired that a woman living in a small town or village has just as good a chance to win one of these 1901 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 Suites and Canada have been ar ranged in severs 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 the high est prizo being 500 and the lowest 500 The total amount of prizes given away in this class is 1000 The remaining smaller towns and villages fall into six other classes and aa the number of towns in a class increases of course there are more small towns than largo ones the amount of prizes given away to a class increases so that in Class 7 there will be 1000 distributed among C01 winnersFurthermore to everyone who fails to win one of the 1901 prizes there will be paid an extra commission on subscriptions provided they equal one out of every two hundred in habitants of the town from which tho con testant sends them This is altogether a very liberal offer and one which the famous old Delineator is well able to make good From our point wo do not seo why such an offer needs to bo made by the Publishers of TIle Delineator for wo believe it already has nearly half a million subscribers Its strong hold upon the affec tions of American women has come in the past generation from its practical advico about dress details and home matters I Fish this sour Ire I Ve Vcry distribute population S ofview D i taker plans because For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in Garrard county 3 miles from Taint Lick with a nice cottage and necessary with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jas X Denny 1oint Leavell or with me at Rich mond W K DENNY Pine Farm Pr Sale I will soil privately my farm remaining S12 K acres situated miles south of lirynnts rule There is u splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good barn Ice house granary nod all other necessary out building Neverfailing water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place is well suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange hENRY KUHLMAXN 920 tf Bryantsviile Ky J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLB KENTUCKY Land Sroyor nil Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Administrators As administrator of the estate of Smith orcham deed 1 will on Monday November 26Court Day sell to tlu highest and best bidtier the House and Lot on Campbell Stieet in Lancaster House contains rooms Good stable and outbuildings Terms cash I will sell this property privately if appliedto before day of S A WO Administrator Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Every thing for orchard lawn and garden Trees the mil lion fruit forest and ordamental Asparagus grape vines small fruits and needed about j the home country or in town No agents employed and rock bottom tothe actual planter Catalogue on application to H F Hillenmeyer Lexington Ky BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office in oppoIteEXECUTORS NOTICE All persons having claims against theestaeV Ioor deceased will present sameto my attorney Villiam in Lancas ter persons knowing themselves indebted to estate will please pay theamount to the undersigned il A EV IMlt Executor McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHSTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY depot outbuildings 28 junetI I Sale Water in lultllt It r I I by I i everything I I I VS of IIn W I I I 14 I 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 I I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike service- J A ROBINSON A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILECURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN 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00am 800pm Through Trains run to and from New York Other trains run For sle ping car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWJJARNEYo PA LEXINGTON Kv Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE SORTH BOUND umber 10 Daily except Sunday 609 amNumber 6 Dally lift pm Number Daily Flag 336amNumber 2 dont stop 3 aGpm SOUTH BODJJB Number 1 when flaged IfVtG am Numbers Daily llUianiNumber 9 Sunday 755 pm Numbers Midnight NATIONAL Sfutbbn UxCII passei LanCIIiHer A3I CUT LS JOlt 8 1l1m 5 SWam ltSt rllt vV s 7 S l m I Y Sund pm I493 THE BAN K 1110 2 Ithinm 1ik 43 CAPITAL 5000000 t f OF LANCASTER Kf President Jxo E STORMES Vice President- S C DESNY Cashier i A R Dzssy I F Ronixsox JE Asst Cashr Burton SURPLUS JlO 00003 J IIl R T EMBBY Bookkeeper 1 DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes V HKinnalrd Taken Up As Estray Throe weather sheep one black and two white Came to my Own er can have same by proving property andpaying expenses Oct t J F ADAMS 1 D Cochran lWO place about July OS PARKERS BALSAM and the hair a luxuriant growth Never Falls to Restore Gray autifies rumor Itair to its Youthful Colsr Uusgi 1 clean Ftvruti flaudmtTand hair Wc inC tIW It Drugyhts 1Q LIVERY 4e SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY Ve make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatItartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation Indigestion HeartburnFlatulence Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults of imperfect digestion ky E C DWITT A CO Cfetavi PP Frlshi Kodolr organs lathe Instantly Prlce5Ocandll coBgnUg126 Book all ab fin reconstructing t1Mes