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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fe I ELVENTH TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i ic tntfa NUMBER 36 LANDRA Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON 1900 r I ht TTTrZ 11 DECEMBER fie fcANCASTeR AND VICINITy o ooo o o uu uuuuooinonnnonnmimonL 1 J eeoeeeeooeseoweeoeseoeoeoeeoeeoeeooe eoooo aeeoeeeeeeeea oo eeMe oooee Sheet iron work at Conns Fresh oysters at T Currys v Buggy repairing at Conns The stores are full of Xmastrix Scalding boxes built to order at Conns A 15000 stock at cost at Logan Robinsons Horse shoeing and crooked feet treated at Conns 27 new patterns in ladles gold at Thompsons Pay your account and save cost Logan Robinson All kinds of canned goods fruits and celery at T Curreys Surrey and buggy curtains put on at Conns Carriage Shop Guns revolvers locks etc repaired at Conns Carriage Shop Anything you want in the eating line you can get it at Curreys Quick sales and small profits is the motto at Cones Carriage Shop For a high cut shoe or a pair of boots see Patterson Sympson All kind of steam fixtures pipe val Yes etc at Corms Carriage Shop We keep best Jellico Coal J S Minor Son Just received a fresh barrel of krautx Sympson Best Cypress Shingles always on hand J S Minor Son For salepure bronze ti rkey gobblers 4t J E Stormes As Christmas approaches at the Sunday Schools increases We mean business if you owe us you must pay us Logan Robinson Saddles bridles harness etc at price at Conns Carriage Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places Visit Logan Robinsons store and buy uptodate goods at cost Bring us the cash and we will give you unheardof bargains Logan Robinson Mr W Watson has been appointed postmaster at Nina He took charge this week Those killing hogs had remark ably good luck The weather has been tine for it If you have any kind of work that you have trouble in getting it done take it to Conns Ladies dont fret your life away with that sewing machine send it to Conn and have it repaired and adjusted 25 new patterns in ladies gold watches and other jewelery at Thompsons Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey You need not call at our for flour all grocers keep it s J S Plano For Sale In fair condition Will be sold at a bargain Apply at this office n29tf We can save you money on iime Cement and Plastering of all kinds J S Minor Son For seedless raisens appricots cooking figs layer figs fine California prunes etcgo to Patterson Sympsons If you are indebted to us pay your account at once the business of the firm must be closed up at once Lot an Robinson Joseph has had splendid trade this fall on ladies fine shoes lIe handles the very best quality and can save you money on them Look here stop paying high prices when you can get prices O K on all ect at Conns Carriage Shop Store Room For Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf 90 days to clear a 15000 stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Everything goes at cost ing reserved Logan Robinson and Salt 7 bushels best salt for lump coal llicts per bushel nut coal bushel Blue Grass Grocery th per watches Patterson attendance interesting shop manufacturers ha e t kinds of Vehicles Saddles Kent CoAl L85 8ic I flu I C X millI Minor Son evaporta a 1 S 1 Harness is r r S S fed on If Pay cash and get tickets on dollars worth of goods bought for 40000 to be given away in January Thompson Our closing out sale will be on strictly cash basis goods taken out on approval must be paid for if returned in good shape money will be refunded Logan Rubinson House For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick son known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson Mr Mason H Pollard has qualified as admintrator of his fathers T T Pollard estate He will have a Tuesday the 11th See ad in Robt Underwood has opened a first class grocery store adjoining Marks burys granary All kinds of produce bought at highest price New goods low prices For Sale Mammouth Bronze Turkeys fine ones toms 200 hens 125 tf Mrs G T Higginbotham Marcellus Ky Old Confcd Sick Mr T J Hatcher whom his old soldier friends call Old Confed has been quite ill for several weeks His wife is also very low from Capt Phil Price who has been a bird hunt is back running the K C short dog lIe and Engineer Lammers are always on time but the trouble is the officials make that two slow Coal and Feed Best coal always on hand also a cheaper grade for those who prefer quantity to quality yet a good cheap coal Ship stuff Hay etc at Leavells Mill Three black barrow shoats weigh about 100 pounds each Marked with underbit in right ear and split in left They have been missing about ten days J S Baughman Furniture War W W Withers of Stanford Ky has marked a 7000 stock of Furniture at cost and carriage you need Furniture you cannot af ford to miss this opportunity n29 Groceries 16 lbs best granulated sugar 100 ginger snaps per lb 5c 4 big bars soap 2 Ibs new rolled oats for 5c California hams sweet and jucy 8c Ib best lard 8Jc Ib Blue Grass Grocery For Sale My modern eight room residence all necessary outbuildings and improve ments with eight acres of land at tached well watered and an abund ance of fruit Possession given Janu ary 1st Mrs Jessie Walden 12Gtf Business For Sale Having made arrangements to in other business will sell my entire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker tf Bryantsville Cant Beat Em The Lancaster foot ball team not be beaten They lined up against Central University Thursday and walloped them to the tune of 11 to 0 The Lancaster boys have played SJX games this season winning them all Court Day Dinner The ladies of the Baptist church will serve an elegant dinner in the Gaines store room next county day For the small sum of a quarter they will give you a good square meal money goes toward paying for the parsonage Help em along tf George Says Ita Ca ey s Asked regarding his candidacy for reelection to the state senate Hon George T Farris of this city said he would undoubtedly be in the race prbvided Casey county did not want the nomination He claim its Caseys turn and if a candidate from there announces he will under no oppose him i All weekly pa to the Lancas ter Building must be made by Saturday or night a fine of five cents per We cannot re ceive payments yon Monday for the Saturday charging the penalty Respectfully J C The unfinished work in the Opera House Is being rapidly completed and before another attraction arrives everything will be finished so that the management will be able to heat it and make it perfectly comfortable Visitors display good judgement when tftey say thatit Is the most beautiful Opera House in thecountry r n J 5 ion J conducted consumption tline shelled a Lot for 5c engage cant circumstances merlts an toan Saturday of each eet or sha e previ s IIemphlll J 7 of eve ti theJewel 3 Robi s tissue s update do This wlthot Sect y Improvements off art L R in and a lars Ala F the a sis we ets to as of We are opening up our Xmas goods as fast as they arrive large lines and prices for cash Thompson the Jeweler merchants Jubilee preparations are being for the Business Mens Jubilee to held at the Opera House next the 14th Miss Dove B Har ris is in charge of the entertainment Each business man will be represent ed by some young lady This enter tainment has been given in other towns and was greatly enjoyed seats are on sale at Drug Store Circuit Court At our last report the case of C B Rouse Co of New York against C T Wallace Co was on trial This case took up several days and resulted in a verdict for plaintiff for 1591 was is in progress as we go to press Hon C Warren is acting a special judge this case Arnold claims credit on delinquent taxes while he was marshal Wool fabrics furnished the proper clothing for man on account of com fort quality long wear appearance durability Come and select such suit at 10 to 2000 Fourteen dol will give you an elegant all wool tailor made suit Examine goods and compare quality and prices Leave your order before bad weather comes on us Fit wear prices and quality guaranteed M D Hnghes Agt Bad Coal The L N railroad has gotten hold of a lot of bad coal and is suffer ing much annoyance therefrom The engines will not burn it and its al most impossible to keep one in steam or as engineers say keep her tail up Trains frequently have to stop while the enginemen put on the blow er and swear to raise more steam This is no fault of the company They were simply picked up in buying it KIcKlnney Leads We are glad to see that our old friend Jame I McKinney was given the banner for having the best division on the entire L and N He is located at Montgomery and is superintendent of that division Hes a naturalborn and as clever a man as one can find in a years hunt He is a son of the late Capt George H and married the handsome Miss Katie Slaughter whose writings over the nom de plume Katydid have been widely read and greately enjoyed Mr Mary F Logan After a lingering illness Mrs Mary Logan wife of Timothy Logan died at the family residence in this county Friday night Funeral ser vices were held Saturday after which remains were interred in the burying ground Mrs Logan was consistent member of the Baptist chuich and a woman beloved by all who had the pleasure of her acquain tace She was in her sixtyseventh year Death was the result of paraly She was the stepmother of Mess rs John M and Hugh T Logan two leading merchants of this city To The Ladles Although the season is growing late still have in stock elegant lines of dress godds shoes underwear blank comforts and in fact everything be found in an uptodate store We are satisfied you will agree with us these goods are as good as can be bought in the clues and that our prices are marvelously low It is our rule to sell out everything and carry no goods over so a at our store will reveal many rare bargains such you little expect to find outside the cities We prove all our assertions and advertise nothing that we do not to the letter J Joseph Capt Lillard for Senator Capt E W Lillard of shied his castor into the State ring Capt Lillard has been a hard worker for his party always ready and willing to give his time or delve into his jeans to help the cause democracy It would be hard to find one posted on matters of the day and if the democracy gives him the honor she will never have cause to regret it He says its Boyle countys turn for the nomination ad ding Casey having furnished two nominees Boyle Lincoln and Garrard one since 1881 and Lincoln and Gar rard since Boyle had one Cnanee For Lancaster Men The chances of Hon John W Yer kes being made commissioner of in ternal revenue are said to be exceed ingly rosy In ease he is appointed the prospects for our townsman Gen D R Collier being made collector of this district are very good No one stands better with the administration than does Gen Collier and pointment would please all members of the party Of course hat been said or done in the matter Dut if Gen Collier should get the place and move the office to Lan caster a wet purse haye to Ije s icy has IeGreat Friday Reserved thisWool railroad system railroader family senatorial collectors mIa employed 1 hew ma S C a DicIin cell carryout Danville ais ter Aallvilp pap it Of on case me to can the He the ter tie tat us to a r at by Of H a n Closing Out At C st As will be seen from their immense ad on next page the firm of Robinson is to be changed and will sell out at cost for spot cash is not a finer or better selected of goods in Central tucky than is carried by ths firm They are both splendid business men aril know what to buy and how to buy If you want bargains this is your opportunity Everybody is sorry this firm is to dissolve as they are the kind of business men that help a town They are pushing uptodate hustlers and always in the lead for improvements and the best interest the town lilts Nail on Head The Stanford Jounal tells this one the best judge and cleverest gen tleman who ever warmed a wool sack Wm Burton asked Judge Saufley to excuse him from service in a certain pending between two of his warm friends The Judge said to him Sup pose in every case coming up before as a court between my friends I should want to be exceed or decline act and call for they election of a special judge Well said Burton the case your honor they pick up such a juror as I am on street any time they cant find such a judge as you are was excused Conalderlngrlt Gov Bradley received letter from Supt Evans of the L and N saying management was looking into our request for a new depot If the mat was left to either Mr Evans or Mr Hood we would get the station but there is a lot of red tape to be gone through with and it may be a month before the matter is settled Gov Bradley is taking much interest in the matter and doing all in his power to help get the dept By the way the Governor has put his shoulder to the wheel in the Southern extension mat ter and his timely advice and encour agement has greatly enthused the lit handful of fellows who are still trying to get the road 281 From 1 to 500 That might be a riddle or an invi 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 to reduce prices on 281 Fall and Winter Patterns all the way from 1 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 little to boy and our guar antee is your safetyvalve And heres a friendly tip They wont last always J C Hemphill A Fine Contest One of the most enjoyable contests ever given in Lancaster was the one the Garrard Opera House Thursday evening As stated in last issue the speakers were representatives of the county all home people which made the evening much more The Paint Lick band which the wayis a splendid organization delighted the audience with music tween the numbers the handsome and accomplished Sup erlntendent of Public Schools THE RECORD regrets exceedingly that lack of space prevents a detailed notice of the contest but our friends the advertisers compel a boiling down all news items this week The first prize a gold medal was awarded to Miss Margaret Ohearn representing Walkers School House The second prize a silver medal was awarded to Miss Annie ark of Point Lea veil Dr W N Dead After a lingering illness Dr W N Bush died at his family residence on Richmond street in thv city Thurs day afternoon H jas been a yrac ticing physicia m Lancaster for a great many years and was one of the most successful practitioners his judgement always being sought and relied upon in serious cases Dr Bush served in the Confederate army and was in his sixtieth year He married Miss Ccre Salter and four children blessed their C Wade Misses Bessie and Gena who with Mrs Bush servive him Funeral ser vices were held in the Baptist church Friday afternoon conducted by the pastor Rev Mr Woolford and there mains interred in the Lancaster Cem etery The deceased was a man of extraordinary intellect and kept well up in his profession We never knew more kindhearted or etic man than was he nor have we ever seen a more Attentive physician to his patients He was ready at all hours arid at any tine to go to lief of any sufferer even when he knew he would riot receive one cent in pay for the trip In ills death the com loses a and useful citizen and his family a and loving husband and father ath is Loan deThere bestock the but anywhere suitand enjoyable benMiss presided Bush unionThos there ty th I indifferent schools ElisaL moresymp devoted A ask Y Wltl to at well ry to be tel 5 L ten the to on by for of in be in on Cub Orchard Mr Gus Ilofmamijfor the past nine years manager of Crab Orchardhas severed his connection the resort and will soon return Indianapolis to enpige in a more- n lucrative business Paring his Crab Orchard Mr Hofmann made many friends who wish in his new venture He much to contend with when he took charge of the Springs the principal one being the foolish idea people had that Keeley patients would make it unpleasant for guests In nearly evc the patients proved to be as good if not a blanked sight better than the wouldbe fastidious Gus Hofmann is a clever bighearted gentleman and no one wishes him more success than does the CENTRAL RECORD Dr E G Dick we are glad note will remain in charge of the Keeley Institute The Springs will managed by Mr J B Willis of Richmond who is an experienced ho man FROM PHILIPPINES SANTA CRUZ Luzon P October 20th 100 EDITOR RECORD am a Garrard county boy and a reader of THE which often finds its way thousand miles of land and sea south tiring line in southern on where I am serving as amember of the 37th Infantry U S Ws There being quite a number of boys here from the vicinity of Lancaster and Stanford I thought perhaps an of the trip over here and of Uncle Sams new possessions in the far east might be worthy of the space in paper and be of interest at least to those who have sons and brothers braving the dangers of war and disease in the Philippines I at Lancaster Aug 29th 189S and left immediately for Columbus Ohio where I discarded civilian clothes and donned tre blue leaving Sept 8th for San Francisco arriving there on the 13th after an trip through the snow clad Rock ie across the plains to Salt Lake over the arid American Desert and Sierra Navada to the broad wheat fields and fruit orchards of California Was camped at Presidio while on the coast and with other recruits was kept busy at drill and target practice prepare us for immediate service the lines where we were to be sent earliest transportation On the evening of October 5th 1 embarked on the troop ship Valencia the Philippines and lost sight ol American soil as the sun sank down into the roaring billows of the might Pacific Most of the boys were with sea sickness at the beginning the voyage The sea was very rough and the ship rocked and rolleo such a manner that we wished tc on dry land An accident to the ships engine three days out from Frisco a wind sprang up us many miles out of our course and was for several hours a cause of much uneasiness but at last we were on the way and at noon October 8th sighted Molokai one of the Hawaian Islands where those atllicted with leprosy are taken to live out their miserable existence Early on the following morning we dropped anchor Honolulu harbor and all were soon ashore the beauties of a on earth The population of Honolulu is composed of people of all and every one soems to be prosperous and happy The parks are beautiful well kept and contains the greatest variety ol flowers I ever saw All the dwelling houses are one story high and are by orange lemon banana cocoa nut trees and palms of the most perfect kind The native men are tall well built strong and active Women wear the brightest colored cloth to be found with wreaths of lowers hunt the shoulders and some of them are very good looking My short stay in Honolulu was one continued round of pleasure and it was with much re gret that 1 went aboard ship on the 17th to continue the trip I had be gun The rest of the voyage Mas made without accident October 31st sighted a volcano on one of the Ladrone Islands which rises 3470 feet out of the water and presents a grand spectacle with fire and smoke pouring from the crater in great volume November 5th we reached the east coast of Luzonchanged the course north and lowing day entered the China sea continued down the beach and cast anchor in Manila Bay at two oclock on the morning of Nov 7th after a voyage of thirtythree days We were soon disembarked and all were happy to out of the cramped position we had been in for over a month I was soon arriving issued a gun and ammunition and sent to my Company which was stationed at Pasig City consequently I know very little about the city of Manila Manila is evi dently Oriental in appearance and unlike any city I ever saw Since American occupation many improve ments have been made and the place now in excellent sanitary condition My has been doing some very active campaigning as well as garrison duty on the south firing line v r 0 J Chan lit Springs eySprings case I RECORD t Lu account enlisted interesting affected happened carrying enjoying Paradise surrounded the be after company s o sta ha hie ha ore your foh l s l since the first of the year 1 have been on many hard marches over mountains through rice fields and swamps being in six engagement which were of small consequence last ing from tine to thirty minutes The The native Philippine is in person and dwelling cleanly They have the distinct Malay feature the prominent cheekbones large lively eyes fiat nose and are rather low of stature very rarely bearded and are usually copper colored The men are lazy and mind the children while the wife makes a living for the family The women arc industrious and as a rule ugly as sin Their hair is the only feature about them that can lay claim to beauty and this black as night falls in Mowing masses down their back almost reaching the ground They all smoke cigarettes and chew much to their ugliness Children learn to smoke before they are three years old The clothing of the natives in the mountain district is very scarce Women wear a single cloth wrapped about the waist while the children seldom wear any clothes at all before they are twelve years old The huts are built of bamboo and poem leaves covered with long grass which turns the water effectively during the long rainy season which lasts from July till November The soil here is rich and productive Rice sugar cane hemp and tobacco do well while orange bananas pineapples and other tropics fruits grow in abundance The heat here is almost unbearable Earthquakes and typhoons are ol common occurrence and often do much damage The whereabouts of Aguinaldo is a profound mystery and the island is in a worse state of insurrection today than it was at the outbreak Insurgents are better equipped with arms and ammunition than ever before and those captured say their people will fight till they have attained a government of their own no matter how great the sacri lice may be The situation certainly is very grave and our troops are meet ing with armed resistance in such a manner as indicates more dogged on the rebels part than has ever yet been shown Fearing my letter is too long and will be consigned to the wastejiasket I will close wishing TILL RECORD un bor led success WILL AM B STONE I engages trod thelips lemons I l tall determination u Favorite Stoves Examine our line of Heating Stoves We can please you and save you money J R HASELDEN J A Beazle I Air Tight CO l Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets CLEARING SALE v e realize that the only effectual way the way to make business hum is to have a clearing sale all the time and not months to Values like these to bring you to our store Overcoats worth worth 8G50 at Suits worth at S750 Suits 81250 at 81000 Ladies Jackets worth 8500 Ladies Womens all solid shoes worth at8100 Hocker Bootees worth at450 Blankets Comforts and very cheap R 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 5 650Overcoats500 850 650 at LadiesWraps135 500 Underwear advertise T r To the Bargain Banquet with Fun Privilege of Helping Yourself to i Your Hearts Content Ladies ribd Fleecelined Vest at 15 cts worth 20 cts 20 cts 25 cts l 25 cts 40 cts Ladies ribbed fleecelined union suits at 25 cts worth 40 cts 50 cts worth 75 cts Childrens Ribbedfleecelined union suits at 25c 35C 500- OO 0 0 0000 OOOfrO See our line Fleecedlined at 25c 350 and 50 cts Good values in Ladies Misses and Childrens Fleecelined Hose at 10 15 20 and 25 cts Ladies Misses and Childrens Yarn Mits at 10 to Big values in Facinators at 25 to 50 cts See our line of Wool Dress Goods at 20 25 35 and sScts Hand some patterns in French Flannels at 50 65 and 75 cts Childrens Shoes from the cheapest to the best Our line of Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes is also com plete We have an immense line of Mens and Boys Overcoats We are naming very low prices on them See them before you buy We have a complete line of Ladies Capes and Wraps at 5oc 75C 100 150 200 and up to 10 When you see them you will pronounce them the best you ever saw for the money We have quite a large stock of Ladies Misses and Childrens Jackets which we are offering at Extremely Low Prices If you want a Wrap or Jacket it will pay you to look through our line before you buy Dont forget to ask to see our line of Blankets and Comforts The Logan Dry E c 3U U E U 3 3 3 1 3E 3are showing all grades in Ladies Misses and t 3E 33 i Ca I a u uuwwuWUU R r 1 r r 1 r tc u u c a c oMens acts 1We Qool r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY DEC 6 1900 Wale BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY OHKYUB IN ADVANCE 100 TERMS Six MONTHS 50- THBEB 35 THE W C T U which organization has fought old booze so long is now trying to have a strictly pure article sold We are doubtful as to the of this move Many men have given up their cupssolely because of the inferior stuff now sold The old time pure article didnt have a headache or fight in an entire barrel and could truly be called Oh Be If the ladies will have it made just a little meaner than what is now sold if such a thing be possible they will come nearer accomplishing their purpose THE boss lie is sent out from Kansas A telegram says a baker in that city was arrested for giving a loaf weighing sixteen ounces when the law says it must tip the team at twelve If the statement is true that baker has no business here upon home is in heaven But such a thing never occurred When of this day and time give in every case as much as is just to say nothing of more it will be time for VERY advisability Topeka earthhis IC pIe ii Joyful Gabriel to get out the old dinner horn and give the final blast Ouu old friend Harry Giovanolli of the Danville Advocate is being mentioned as a candidate for state senator If Harry can grind out laws as sensible and forcible as is the he writes for the Advocate he will make of which the will be proud There is no more deserving young man than Harry and if he concludes to shy his castor he will find many warm friends will stick to him through thick and thin As TilE time for renewal of railroad passes approaches newspapers are in creasing the amount of space in their columns for publication of time tables We notice several printing ads now that have not given a time table or railroad ad for many noiths Some of the press boys are by this like the small boy is toward attending Sunday school just before Christmas A PATENT medicine advertisement says Thousands of men die from cold feet Theres no doubt of the truth of this assertion A law should be passed to require wives to warm their feet before retiring Nothing kills so quickly as a pair of dainty snow balls frozen to the small of a fellows back DOWN in Southern Kentucky an old widower married much against the wishes of his three sons During I I oS I mat- tel a solon district I I the night the boys the door to the bridal and drove in three work mules We pre sume this would be called a donkey party IT is reported that one thousand gallons of whisky was used in a Will town primary election Saturday As editor John Westovcr of the Courier is a strict teetotaler he might have sent some of his brethren of the quill to help dothe honors TUB Presidents message was read to congress Monday Its as long as a widowers love letter Republicans sip its all right and Democrats say its no good We will take their word for it Brave Men Full Victims to stomach liver and kid ney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache ner vousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J Gardner Idaville Ind lIe says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any thing 1 could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life at McRoberts drug store Every bottle guaranteed chamber for V Only 50c McCIlEARY S W Saddler iris moved his family back to their home here Misses Corda Ray and Lulu of Buckeye were the guests of Miss Minnie and Bettie Pherigo the latter part of last week Miss Ilardin has been quite sick but is improving Messrs George Ham and Waddle of Somerset have homo after spending several days with relatives here Mrs Mar of Marksbury is her sister Mrs B L Little Cleo Jennings is able to be out again after being quite sick the past week Miss Ollie Ilackley of visited Miss Lillie Varner last week Mr P G Warner gave a dinner to his friends the 28th it being his birthday Mr and Mrs Willie Ray visited J D Nave and Sunday How To Cure Croup Mr R Gray who lives near Amenia Duchess Y says Chan berlains Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used It is a fine childrens remedy for croup and never fails to cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has devel oped it will prevent the attack This should be borne in mind and a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear For sale by R E McRoberts I Simpson Jennie returned guerite Lane visiting Kelley Lowell delightful family county N There will be a change in the firm of Logan Robinson in next ninety days and in order to wind up the business of the firm we offer our entire stock of Furnishing Goods Etc Commencing SATURDAY DEC 8 1900 AT COST for CASH ONLY This affords the people of Garrard and surrounding counties an excellent opportunity to buy highgrade merchandise at manufacturers cost We have one of the most complete and uptodate stocks in Central Kentucky Our goods are NEW and STYLISH and having bought our entire stock for cash we are in a position to save you from thirty to fifty per cent on every purchase This closing out sale will be con ducted ON A CASH BASIS Goods taken out on approv al must be paid for if returned in good order money will be refunded Look at Some of Our Prices Buell 5 Bootees for 425 Buell 450 Bootees for 4 Our line of 350 Walkover shoes for 285 Stetson 5 hats for 4 Stetson 450 hats for 375 i LOGAN ROBINSON LANCASTER KY I 7T T f ft T T T f DC I AT e Clothing Shoes Hats I I m if m 6l i n C i i I ta ta f IiM i L K tStatA IA GOO fIYJ f8 f JT T fI t tf I Co- l3J Goods 9 1i 11 11 i 1i mss L MAftKSIttTRY Rev J L Allen delivered an exsel discourse at the Fork church Thanksgiving Mr P Tuggle has lost four very nice horses very mysteriously during the past week The cause of their death has not yet been ascertained Mr Ashley Arnold has purchased of his grandmother Mrs Aline her farm for 2 100 Ve suppose one or two feminine hearts are not so sad since they have heard Mr Arnold will not go to Texas Mrs F K Sutton and little Miss Flossie spent part of the week in iSicholasville Miss Ilallie Rice Thursday from a very pleasant visit to Danville accompanied by her cousin Miss Mary Lynn Mock Misses Lucretia Fannie and Mary Skinner accompanied bv Mr Thomas Skinner of Retina Vista spent Mon day with Rev and Mrs B A Copass Misses Sallie and Lee Herring o Uicholasville came home to spend Thanksgiving and handsomely Misses Mary Lynn Mock of Danville Ilallie Rice and Pearl and Hannah Aldridge Messrs Allen Ycager Ernest Cook and Dick Smith Danvijle spent Sunday with Mr Jas Yeager and family We suppose a fair lady visitor in the neighbor hood was the attraction Mrs M L Anderson entertained a number of friends very handsomely ing Mrs M L Beddow celebrated her ninetyfourth birthday at her daughters Mrs A J Kemper on last Monday The following friends and relatives surprised her Mrs J E Rice Mrs John A Rice Mrs F B Kemper Mrs Ophelia Dunn and Mr and Mrs Nixon Perkins BKYANTSVILLE closing out my millinery at cost in order to make room for my early spring goods so ask all wanting bargains to call early as I am anxious to close them out before Xmas Mrs A S Haselden Mrs Mary Woolfork has returned to her home in Lexington after a pleasant visit to relatives here Miss Mittie Dunn spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Letcher of your city Mr B F Jennings and wife are visiting relatives in Danville Mrs A S Haselden and Miss Ilattie visited Mr and Mrs J R Ilasel den last Thursday Miss Bettie Sparks has returned home after a to friends in Wilmore The Leavels gave a candy pulling Saturday night Mr Charley is in the city this week Sadler and daughter Miss Carrie were in Lexington last week Bryant the bright little eight year old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Bryant was our fair representative in the contest last Thursday night and acquitted herself creditably Mr Hi ram Dickerson and Miss Maud daughter of Mr Calvin Lane both the Buena Vista neighborhood drove to Burgin last Thursday and were married by Rev I P Jones On their return an elegant supper was given at the brides home On the following night a reception was given them the home of the groom There were over fifty present and five generations were represented After the bounte ful repast their many friends to their homes wishing them a long life of unalloyed happiness IVeaxtend congratulations Mr and Mrs Moss and little son visited their father Mr Sherrow Sunday Miss Frankye Doty of Paint Lick is spending the week with Miss Georgia Dunn STONE I Mr J East remains very ill at this writing Mr A D Ford sold 25 fat hogs at S440 per hundred Dogs killed ten sheep for Mrs 2sew ton Grow last Saturday night Alfred Osborn bought of Lemon Evans a lot on Sugar Creek acre on which he expects to build soon Master Angle Saunders was kicked in the mouth by a colt knocking out six ot his front teeth which has given him much pain Mr Rufus Onstott and Miss Minnie Barker were quietly married at tile home of the brides father Nov 23rd The happy couple have now gone to Davis county their future home Messrs John and Willie Lane have returned home from Illinois where they had been for several months they say they like Illinois fine and expect to return when the comes round again Died at her home near here Mrs Stella Barker of typhoid fever aged 26 years She was sick only a short time She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her loss her re mains were laid to rest in Mt Hebron burying ground Rev Thompson con ducted the funeral services Mr Wm Scott of Frankfort came up on the steamer Burnside last Wednesday and spent a few hours with relatives here and returned the same day Miss Mattie Saunders has returned home horn a weeks with her aunt Mrs Peachie Grow Mr and Mrs IT T Grow spent last Saturday and Sunday with their aunt Mrs Mattie Roberts and family Mrs Serepta Anderson and Miss Nan nie Ball of Bryantsville spent last with Mrs N F Grow Miss Ida Sf Forger has returned home from a mouths visit with her aunt Mrs J M Johnson of High Bridge Blaster Chilton Preston is very slot Mrs Frank Folger is on the sick list Mrs Emma Posey visited relatives here first of the week f lent V Anderson returned entertained very Thanks I am Jennings Elizabeth of at returned V containing halfan workings ason Fri viM N sit r visit rcvarE hY7tya i at v r i I PUEACHEIiSVJLLE j J P Rogers bought two calves for S2800 J gJtThbmnson bought seven steers per head Anderson sold 15 calves to B F Patton for 14 per head Mcllutchins bought four year ling steers for 17 IL head J P and Sam 15tlifl sold 20 fat hogs to Lawson Fox fur 4Jc Rev II B Cockrill of Louisville was hera last week on business Rev Hobbs is conducting a pmtract ed meeting at Lawson Chapel tnis week Prof J C McKee of London was here last week in the interest of the school Rev M P Morgan of Mclvinneywas here Monday He is talking of open ing a store at his home soon Charlie Spoonamore was here first of the week preparatory to moving to this place to educate his children Mr John Bingramnan has moved to his farm he bought of W P Grimes and Rev Sprinkles to the place he va cited The sale of J C King was well and things sold well horses from 30 to 55 corn 8175 to 2 in the crib hogs 8460 cows 25 to 35 Hutching has gone to Barbour ville to visit his home folks also to see after some business Mrs Hattie Hutchins is visiting her sister Mrs Archer at Burgin for a few days Mr and Thompson has been visiting relatives at Mt Vernon for a few days F F Cummins and wife was visiting at W T B Whites PAINT LICK Mr John Rout is quite poorly at this writing All business was suspended Thanksgiving day Born on the 27th ult to the wife of J Smith a girl baby Henry Moore sold to W L Todd a lot of corn at 2 per barrel Rev Echols preached his farewell sermon at New Hope Sunday John Rucker of Ford came over and spent Sunday with the boys Hello Boss what makes you so fat Oh I am stopping at the Veranda Hotel All of the young folks here went to Lancaster Thursday to see the foot ball game ExGov Bradley L L Walker and lice Johnston three legal lights of Lancaster were in our town Sunday Married on the 20th ult at the residence of the brides father Miss Addie Shearer to Mr Ansel McGuire of Livingston Burnam and A Ledford went to Kirksville a few nights ago to entertainment their horse got ran into the fence and completely demolished their buggy The Devil was seen in the of Silver Creek a few days ago armed with a shot gun seeking whom he might devour When last seen he was going in the of Lancaster headed for TIlE RECORD office Will Tudor has accepted a position at Grays Ky and will leave us soon He has been clerking with R L Co for quite a while and has made a number of friends and they all regret to see him leave es pecially the fair sex with whom he is quite popular Will Rucker our miller went over to Berry Saturday to see his parents Misses Lizzie Brown and Mattie Thompson of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs R L Jennings last week Miss Fannie Wallace left for Mexico Wednesday where she will engage in Missionary work for 50 e V attended J B Mrs J J Sunday hereon V scared neighborhood direction Jennings D C ov l C erin AJewstratiottofTato- It can be made clear to any one tlut our methods of Dental Treatment Are far in advance of many others Each case is considered carefully and all work done skillfully and according to the most improved methods Our Crown and Bridge Work Is perfection itself Teeth made ty us looknatural fit perfectly ane wear splendidly are made from the material in the world Zylonite Good for Forty Years DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Government Building in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night b t Rubber 0 or J L r fj e= ALL RINDS ROOFING 9 GUTTERING REPAYING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER BIT We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON ORGANIZED 1883 PHBfflS NATIONAL BilK OF FT Capital Surplus Fuud 10000 Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HieeiNBOTHAM Freslden LEWIS Y Caesars VicePresident B F HUDSON Cashiei W O RISNET Assistant Cashr WALKEB Bootkeepei DIRECTORS JMHlGGINBOTHAX LEWIS Y LSATXLL T If ARNOLD BF HUDSON NATIONAL BARK CAPITAL 15000000 f of SURPLUS JlO OOOOS LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STOBME3 Vice President S C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMBRT Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam IDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny Jno E Stormea W HKinnalrd R KINNAIRD INSURANCE RepsentiDf Follorag Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile ELECTION NOTICE There will be a meeting of the share holdersof the Citizens Bank of Lancaster Kr on Tuesday January 8th 1901 pose of ve to serve the Ten year B F HUDSON Dec 31900 Cashier ELECTION NOTICE There will be an election held by the stockthe National Bank of LancasterKy at its bank between hours of in a m and 2 p m Tuesday January 8 J901 to Very Respectfully S C DENNY S I 000000 10 QOOCOQO 00 0 000 000000 i OF- t t 1 I I i I trI i t I I r8f1 ii ii icOo o 0 00 0 Og 0 coo Bnrtoll JI 7ii4LIVERY l 50000 BUSINESS C D 493 THE j l KY A C t letna Life Ins Go gr boldersof elect dIrectors to srve em Cashier fl 1 o f o i I 1 k LANCASTER sOLicITEI J SYALZEP r Robinson m sfile C ar or roil the I Dec v WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE I K J I E a s t EE C I I zzdf FilmsPrinting Paper Mrs R L Grinnan of Cynthiana is visiting her sister Mrs Osee Bush Mrs George Dobyns of been visiting her aunt Mrs Eliza Far risMr McChord of Lexington was Miss Alberta Andersons guestThanks givingMrs Rosa Crow of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Brown Banks Hudson is at home visit to Knoxville Tennessee and LexingtonMr Anderson of Kingston is visiting his brothers Messrs John and Wni Anderson Miss Mabel daughter of Judge W P Doty of Brady Texas is the guest of Miss Fannie Bishop Miss Georgie Henry has returned from a visit to Stanford accompanied by Miss Sue Yantis of that city Dr Price Grant and daughter Miss Eva of Danville were over Sunday to see Joe Price who is some better Misses Julia Mae and after a few days visit to relatives in this city have returned to Danville Mr Homer Baughman and wife of Danville have been the guests of Mr and Mrs John S Baughman of Hiatts villeRichmond Register Mr John Tribble of Garrard county visited his mother Mrs Susan Tribble ThanksgivingMiss Kauffman who is at tending school at Richmond spent Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs Emma Kauffman We have a wedding for next issue in which two of Gar rards most popular society people are the contracting parties Misses Florence Burnside Mayme Ramsey of Paint Lick Clara Hayden and Cleveland of Lexington form a handsome houseparty enter tained this week by Miss Mary Burn sideMiss Mary Burnside gave an elegant tea Wednesday evening The follow ing were present Misses Florence Burnside Chenanlt Thompson Messrs Poyntz Hurvy Terrill and Wallace A report was sent from Middlesboro saying our former townsman A M Kinnaird had taken unto himself a wife The report is absolutely false Turk has no idea of marrying He says Pigeon does enough courting for them both Tommy Hammond for a while con nected with this office has a job with Louis and Tom Pilcher in their Lex ington printing office Messrs Pilcher are now publishing the Lexington Weekly Observer a newsy and inter esting paper Lancaster friends have received cards announcing the marriage of Mr Burt A Spencer to Miss Alicia Barnes in New Albany Ind Mr Spencer is a son of Mr P W Spencer formerly of this city and has many friends here who extend congratulations He is employed B Smiths hat store Fourth Avenue Louisville He is a young man of many good business qualifications and a bright future The Lexington Herald prints the following The groom is a former Lancaster boy having lived here un til a few years ago when he entered the drug business in Atlanta A host of friends in this city wish Canty much happiness The Herald says The engagement of Miss Amanda D Arnett of Pisgah and Mr William S Watson of Atlanta Ga announced the wedding to take place on the ev ening of December 27 at New Union Christian Church in Woodford coun ty Miss Arnett is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Clark Arnett of Wood ford county and is well known in Lex ly spoken of by all fortunate enough to know him Song Yoi Catchy New Play Too Droll New Opera Too Long Why what on earth ails you Is it Indigestion Get a bottle of Dr Cald wells Sprup Pepsin It keeps one straight the year around I buy it at McRoberts drug store Danvillehas Mrs from- a NannieGaines announcement at C prominent I Wallace Dev A We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our line I I PrisbiePs barn1acy I o lffJifffffil o ltf i o oo o o oooooooooo ooooo oooooooooooootioooo rooooo0000 oo 0 oo oMoo oooo HAVE YOU SEEN The S2 00 S2 25 and 250 Velvet Hats nicely trimmed that iNTOEI SISTERare selling If yon have not bought your hat give us a call you will be surprised to see what a nice hat you can get for such a smell sum of money and everything else in our line at the same marvelously low price eeoooooooooooooooaoooooooooooo I I II I I I I I I I oJ J- 00000000o aooaaooo 00000000000000000000040- 00wj I 1004 00000000000000400oP00000o04to00oem ppppe0op1000000040p0000000p0000000 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY DEC 6 1900 people Mr Fred P Frisbie is in Louisville on buisness Mrs John E Stormes is in visiting relatives Mr R II Batson has been to Lexing ton on a few days visit Mrs Tom Eason of Danville is the guest of Mrs Cyrus Eason Miss Clara Hayden of Lexington is the guest of Mrs John Baughman Miss Bertie Hilton accompanied her sister Miss Susie Hilton to Brod headMisses Allie and Betsy Anderson gave a handsome Thursday eveningMiss Mattie Salmons of Winches ter is spending the week with friends in this city Mr Fred Grant of Danville has been visiting his grandmother Mrs Harriet Price Mrs Tom Browning and children of Lexington are guests of Mr John Anderson and family Mrs Letcher Owsley has returned from a visit to her Judge Robert Fox of Middlesboro Misses Pickels of Richmond and Amie Davidson are visiting Miss Nelle Bourne in Lower Garrard Miss Helen Thurmond of Brodhead spent Thanksgiving with her friend Mrs U D Simpson at the Mason Ho telMiss Mary Gill was the hostess Thursday evening in honor of her guest Miss Carrie Riker of Harrods burgAn enjoyable impromptu hop was given the visiting young ladies at the Mason Hotel Wednesday evening Music furnished by the Clay Green band r 0 0 00 0 0 00 coo oocoo 1 Loo oJ Richmond stepfather I 0000ooooo A 300T 0000000oooooaooo0o000 luncheon f Mr J W Sweeney is in Chicago on a business visit Miss liable Doty of Indiana is vis iting Miss Fannie Bishop Miss Stella Huston has been visit ing friends in Brodhead Prof Hampton spent Thanksgiving with his mother in Winchester Miss Nora Philips of Stanford is visiting her sister Miss Pearl Philips Mr Burk of Alabama was the guest of Miss Annie Royston the past weekMr Tom Soper and family of Wal laceton is visiting his sisterMiss Em ma Soper Mrs Gastineau of Middlesboro is visiting her son Mr I N Gastineau of this city Richmond Mort Rothwell was here from Lan caster yesterday Miss Carrie Riker a Harrodsburg beauty has been the guest of her friend Miss Mary Gill Mr Tom Bush who was at the bed side of his father Dr W N Bush has returned to his home in Texas Misses Clara Haydon and Bessie Cleveland of Lexington visited Mr and Mrs J S Baughman this week Attorney J T Hays came into court this week wearing a broad smile He says its a boy and a riproaring Mr J G Swoeney was in Somerset Saturday to attend the funeral of the eldest child of Mr and Mrs Charles RichardsonMiss Shugars entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner her friends Misses Bessie Batson Willie Belle Bettis and Cora Ward Danville News Messrs Ike Dunn and W O Baughman of Garrard county passed through here yester day en route to the Cumberland moun tains for a bird hunt Stanford Journal Miss Mary Doty of Lancaster is with Mrs J W Fran cis Misses Georgie Henry and Alice Fitzpatrick of Lancaster are guests of Miss Katie Mershon PantagraphAttorney- J BurnsidePearl democrat ipUBlM What Do You Eat WE KEEP THE BEST Just Received A full line of California Fruits such as Cooking and Layer Figs Seeded and Loose Raisins Evaporated Peaches and Apri cots Prunes Lemons Oranges Apples etc Just Opened A barrel of New Kraut and a barrel of new crop N 0 Molasses We guar tee the purity of our goods Our Maple Syrup is guaranteed to be pure stock by the Power Our Pickles Sauce Catsup Salad Dressing Vinegar etc are put up by Heinz which is guarantee of their quality Our White Swan Flour and XXXX is the best sold in Lancaster Only 60 cts per sack Try it and if it dont suit it will cost nothing PATTERSON SIMPSON flf We pay more than any dealer for Eggs and Produce 8 J Bananas GroceryCo EI r j v I1 E o b c FE 1 0 tt D El t I- fd LiL- A lamp in the potato cellar will keep patatoes from freezing on bitter cold nights Wakeflcld Boyd Son of Shelby ville Ky bought Irom Wise Bros 50 fancy cotton mules at 9250 per head Dont allow a cholera hog carcass to remain unburied The disease can be spread by crows and buzzards as easily as by direct infection- W S IIume Co purchased the farm of the late Tiylor Rice consist ing of 396 acres in Madison for 25 727 or per acre Hogs are filthy animals only when they are compelled to be filthy They enjoy clean quarters as much as any animal and will keep them so if given a chance The national Department of Agri culture says that the value of sheep in Indiana is 942414 in Illinois 800 819 in Michigan 1435983 and in Ohio 4658079 November corn sold in Chicago last week at 51 cents per bushel the high est price reached for five years This price was an advance of 6 cents from Saturdays closing It is said the United States will re tain and fortify the Isle of Pines whatever may be the final disposition of Cuba It will form an outpost de fense to the Nicaragua canal At Greenberry Brights sale farm implements sold well three buggies at 14 to 2525 cows at 21 to 3050 23 shoats at 330 per head sow and pigs at 8 to 13 75 mule 100 horses at 9 to Monte Fox sold to J W Bales agent 30 export cattle 1500 pounds average at 5ic M J Farris sold yesterday to Lillard of Anderson 60 slop cattle at 340 They will average 900 pounds Danville Advocate Over 100000 saw logs valued at 740000 which had been carried away by the recent high water in the tribu taries of the Ohio passed Louisville on their way down the river Friday night Many were saved by rivermen here Navigation was interrupted for several hours At a hog sale held in Danville Ill by John Salmon of Madison Mills 0 39 head of hogs were sold at an of 6350 which hog men say is the highest average made in the Uni ted States for five years The entire herd sold for 2495 the highest priced hog selling for 200 1 have two suits for my two boys says a Philadelphia man one news and expensive the other very old and ugly and worn They own these suit in common and the boy who gets up first in the morning wears the good one as a reward Both boys are fond of dress and so the scheme works wellElizabethtown News Our mule feeders in Hardin county are looking for pretty stiff prices this winter and they are feeding more than usual this There are about seven hundred head in the hands of our best feeders The mule interest grows from year to year in this county and it has again become quite profitable to raise the long eared stock The largest team of mules seen in Columbia Tenn for many years was there November 20 The team is owned by Scott Davis of Hardisons Mills Tenn mules are matches though one is hands high and the other 17f The total weight of the team is about 3300 pounds and when they bear down against the collar something has to move Following are the recommendations made by the legislative committee of the National Good Roads convention at Chicago last week 1 That a highway commissioner be appointed by each State to have general charge of all roads 2 that the polltax be abolished and all taxes for road main tenance be paid in cash 3 that a State road plan be adopted in all States including the employment of coi t act labor in preparation of for roads The second recommen dation will be strongly opposed by many farmers who prefer the plan of working out the tax 6512 105Advocate falL 18 C other average material Mounts Flash Powders Splciild Book The ladies of Garrard county are in formed that McCalls Magazine is the handsomest home and fashion maga zine in existence This celebrated magazine offers beautiful premiums to all who raise clubs and illustrates the famous McCall Bazar Patterns The premiums offered are the hand somest in the world It contains sto ries literary articles and handsome colored fashion plates The wish one representative in every locality and will send instructions and free prize offers to any lady who will mention the paper and send her name and address to The McCall 144 West 14th Street New York City dec64t Prizes To Log Captors In discussing the matter of the amount of money due persons who cap tured stray logs in the river J M Thomas of Ford Ky a former mem ber of the S tate Senate said in a let ter to the CourierJournal Prior to the legislative session 18891890 the of Kentucky ere made uniformso that now by reference are legal For taking up a fleet of timber 10 for taking raft of not less than logs for taking up a platform of not less than ten logs 1 cross ties 3 cents each The rights t f owners regulation of charges method of sale and penalties for unlawfully taking are all set out in this bill Some women cant believe a word their husbands they talk in their sleep The most effective little liver pills made are Little Early They never gripe F P Frisbie Enjoy life while youre single for when you get married it is everlast ingly too late DeWitts Little Early Risers are dainty little pills but they never fail to cleanse the liver remove obstruct ions and invigorate the system F P FrisbieIf praise a man to his wire you will usually notice a look of surprise on her face When you need a soothing and heal ing antiseptic application for any use the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and skin diseases It heals sores without leaving a scar F P Frisbie Some men are so timid that their good wives have to support them with sewing machines Dont use any of the counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Most of them are worthless or liable to cause injury The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles eczema cuts scalds burns sores and skin diseases F P Frisbie When your husband calls you an angel the chances are that he has been drinking again Help is needed at once when a per sons life is in danger A neglected cough or cold may soon become serious and should be stopped at once One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures coughs and colds and the worst cases of croup bronchitis grippe and other throat and lung troubles F P Frisbie Love laughs at locksmiths but it reserves its sweetest smiles for the goldsmithWhen stomach is tired out it must have rest but we cant live without food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so that you can eat all the good food you want while it is restoring the digestive to health it is the only prepara tion that digests all kinds of food F P Frisbie Love isnt in it with five cent whis ky when it comes to making the world go round Now is the time when croup and flung troubles prove rapidly fatal The only harmless remedy that produces immediate results is One Minute Cough Cure It is very pleasant to take and can be relied upon to quick ly cure coughs colds and all lung It will prevent consumption F P Frisbie publishers Company o upstrayvariouslaws alaw4 preparedfor sayunless DeWitts purpose 4 diseases l Risers organs i HOLIDAY GOODS- are now being opened at The most complete line he has ever shown Lancaster Ky Fifteen Working Days UNTIL Dont delay but come NOW and make purchases while stock is unbroken OUR GOODS ARE MOST DESIRABLE STORMES PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY Fine Cigars Tobaccos Prescriptions Accurately Garrard County Friends Always Welcome STOUT IMPORTANT NOTICE To the Good People of Garrard we wish to say Our work is all done here under our own supervis ion We employ nothing but the most expert Tailors from 2500 a suit UT We are no Tailors TO THE TRADE HOUSE but HONEST TAILORS Drive down and see us we guarantee to save more than ROWLAND WOODCOCKDANVILLE KY OOOOOC X OOCOOK I I I I MGR rt I I I i i f- ECEEJST AS rn m D UX 8 IfiillfjjJ8fi fJfE ilJ8 iiJ8jj1J8Ii1ffifJ LILLARD DANVILLE TAILORINGand our than any house on earth e satisfacion E Brllg Store1 C lCiOCi Cs4 C oily n Compounded rang Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm containing S12 acres situated IK miles south of Bryants vllle There is a splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good barn ice house granary and all other necessary Neverfulling water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The well suited for stock furor All under good Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange HENRY KUHLMANN 920 tf Bryantsvllle Ky The lover who is fired with passion for the daughter is often put out by he father place- Is 4 outbuildings JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC IBRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY JIM Smyor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO SOUTHERN MUTUAL- I INVESTMENT CO ft OF LEXINGTON KY PLAN INSURANCE REVERSED We Pay While You They Pay When You Die If 0100 Over 330000 paid in living benefits v Over 6OOOO Reserve and Surplus Over 60000 Paid in September Promotes Economy Guarantees Safety Secures Large v Returns in Profits A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Call on J C Hemphill or G T Farris Lancaster Ky Jno G Austin Bradfordville Special Agent Liv do You Prefer y s W T Price Jailer of Logan county died at Eussellville Lumber business in Eastern Ken tucky is the largest known Senator Fairbanks introduced a res olution to admit Oklahoma to str4 hoodE E Sallee shot and fatally wound ed his wife at Lexington and killed himselfSenator Deboe has announced his candidacy for reelection to the Uni ted States Senate Fire at Fultofl caused a loss of over 200000 Boyd Reed of Paducah was perhaps fatally hurt by jumping Postmaster Bosley and Assistant Postmaster Stiversof Parisgave bond on charge of embezzling funds of the office A wagon in which T II Mahuron was riding was struck by a last train near Lawrenceburg and Mahuron fa tally hurt The furnaces in the Lebanon Val ley in Pennsylvania will resume ope rations giving employment to about 1100 men A petition for a rehearing of the cases of the minor State offices was med in the Court of Appeals by for mer Gov Bradley It has been discovered that Embez zler Brown of the German National Bank of Newport lost immense sums of money in stock speculation The immigration authorities atNew Orleans admitted some Porto Rican contract labor holding that they are citizens of the United States The proposed tunnel from Europe to Africa under the Straits of Gibral tar would be thirtyfive miles in length and would cost 43500000 Gov Beckham appointed David R Murray Adjutant General to succeed Gen John B Castleman Pearcy Ha ley was appointed Assistant Adjutant Fifty thousand barrels of beer com prising seventyfive train loads is the record cargo of the Empress of China destined for American consumption in the Philippines John II Abbott who killed Jay a young lawyer of Louisa last Tuesday had an examining trial and was held without bail on the charge of murder in the first degree- A nurse by mistake applied carbolic acid instead of sweet oil to the body of the tendaysold infant of Oldham of Richmond and the child as well as its mother may die Gov Beckham granted a pardon to John McDowell colored the oldest convict in point of service confined in the Frankfort penitentiary Mc Dowell was sent up for life in 1882 from the county of Whitley He was convicted of murder The roof of a San Francisco glass factory fell Friday with about seven tyfive who were watching a football game They were thrown on redhot furnaces and into liquid glass vats Nine were killed by being slowly roast ed to death and at least fifty were badly injured The day is not far distant when principal town in this section of the state will be connected by elec r o c l0 000 oc 0 0 C coo 001 0000000 oooco ooJ Burton William- S others every 000oooooeoooooo oooa NODSCONERRh over 8 i L tric railroads They are the coming modes of transportion being money earners from the start The expenses of construction as compared with steam roads is much less than half In Hardin county near Willowdale two children of Clint McCarty got hold of an old gun and were playing with it when it was accidentally dis harged The entire contents went through one of the chil dren a boy about seven years old lilting him instantly The other boy was about nine years old A primary election to determire who should be the Democratic nomi nees for county offices in Grant hjeld Saturday The election is under the State election law One man has bought five barrels of whiskey to use in his race and it is that no less than a thousand gallons of was used by all the candidates to gether Charles W Spillman travelirg salesman for the Rieke Dry Goods Co of Paducah who had been missing since Nov 13 returned Saturday In Henry county Tennessee while the Big Sandy during one of the recent storms his horse was drowned he lost his sample cases and wagon and floated fourteen hours on a log He never reached civilization again until Saturday The Army Bill now being consider ed by the House Committee on Mili tary Affairs will provide for a maxi mum of 96000 men an a minimum of 58000 with thirty infantry regiments fifteen cavalry regiments and a increase of the artillery to 18000 men It provides that vacancies in the staff shall be filled by details from the line and promotions shall be made from the regular army A treaty between the United States and Nicaragua concerning the Nicar aguan canal has been signed at Wash ington Arrangements have already been made with Costa Rica and the United States of Colombia gives free right to the canal and grants power to police it and is to re ceive securities of the Canal Construc tion Company to the reported amount of 5000000 Kruger has left France he will not stop in his work until he has regained the independence of the South African republics He was given ovations thro Northern France and Belgium but was ignored in where he now is The German Government has suppressed all arranged in his honor He will not be received formally in and Emperor Yillianj his traveling dates so as to make an interview inconvenient The United States Supreme Court handed down a decision affirming the Kentucky Court of Appeals in the case of the C and O railroad Company vs the State of Kentucky This sustains the validity of the coach law holding that the does not necessarily involve the interstate question and that as applied to domestic commerce there is no dcubt of the constitutionality of the Kentucky law Justice Harlan handed down a dissenting opinion At noon Monday the Fftysixth Congress began its second session unusually interesting Presidents message was to both houses Its most stri the body Of believed whisky crossing gradual Nicaragua Paul declaring Cologne demonstrations Berlin will arrange decision separate prosecution under circumstances communicated Doctors and Midwives Recommend Mothers Friend because it it used externally in cases of the delicate T reliefblessingin TIle mother of three children suffered ereatlylu the birth offfa toe tAdb obtained a bottle of Mothers Friend at store before shorterandSent by express on of 1 bottle mailed free to ladies containing sensible adrice and testimonials SOLD ST DRUGGISTS THE BRABFIELB REGULATOR CO Atlanta Geu who wo pain dru patel r Book VottI m ALL as k king feature is an exhaustive review of the Chinese situation There is the usual recital of our benevolent toward the Fillipinos a for an army of 100000 and a reiteration of the necessity for passing Hannas Shipping Subsidy road speed The entire First Regiment of the Kentucky State Guardrtlie Louis will be at once The regiment is ordered disbanded becaii e it was illegally organized by Gov Bradley over the objection of County Judge Gregory Arrangements have also been made for the presence of eighteen companies of militia at Frankfort to participate in the usual parade at the inauguration of Cover Third regiments and will also include the Louisville and Lexington batteries The briefs of counsel in the Caleb Powers case were filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals at Frankfort Saturday and it is believed the case will go to the court for decis ion this While the record is voluminous it is expected a decision will be rendered before the present term enpires Three briefs were tiled by the attorneys for Powers They allege among other things that the in of coconspirators was not competent that the Taylor pardon was valid and that the trial Judge was guilty of The brief of the attorneys for the State deals in a general way with the case they not having been furnished beforehand with briefs of opposing counsel Millions Given Away who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprie tors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial hot ties of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has ab solutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis and all disease of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by itCall on R E McRoberts druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50 cents and 1 Every bottle guaran teed or price refunde- dIt is always much easier to love a poor girl than a rich is less competition For family use in numberless ways Bollards Snow Liniment is a useful and valuable remedy Price 25 and 50 cents CC When a girl counts on her fingers she invariably counts most on the finger Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment hrs been thoroughly tested for many years and is a positive cure for this most distressing of Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75cts C C J E Stormes I Woman is a delusion and a snare yet man poor man loves to be snaredI by a delusion Among the tens of thousands who have Chamberlasns Cbngh Remedy for colds and la grippe during the past few years to our knowledge not a case has resulted in pneumonia Thos Whitfield Co 240 Wabash av enue Chicago one of tIle most retail druggists in that city in speaking of this says We Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe in many cases as it not only gives prompt and complete re but also counteracts any of la grippe to result in pneu monia For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist v I intentions recommendation early mustregiii ent t recruited companies week instructions misconduct pUblic Hoarseness onethere J E Stormes engagement troubles single prominent recommend c very r and embarrassing tendency us i in do to a Sufferers from this horrible malady nearly always inherit it not necessarily from the parents but may be some remote ancestor for Cancer often runs through several generations This deadly dormant in the blood for the first little sore or ulcer makes its ap pearance or a swollen gland in the breast or some other part the body and all the poisonous virus must be from every vestige it driven out This S S S does and is the only medicine that can reach deep seated obstinate blood troubles When all the poison has been forced out of the system Cancer heals and the disease Cancer in a small as the following letter from Mrs Shirer shows A came on jaw about an inch below the the left side of my face It gave rae no pain or inconven ance I should have forgotten about it had it not to inflame and itch it would bleed a little then scab over but would not heal This continued for some time fm to eat and spread H until it was as large as a halfdollar I heard of S determin ed to give it a fair trial iand was lemarkable what a wonderful effect it had from the very the sore be anta entirely This was two years ago are no of the Cancer my general heatlh the greatest of all purifiers and the one guaranteed Send our free book on Cancer containing valuable and interest this disease and write ourphysicians about your case Wo make no for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA When a young lady hems a for a wealthy bachelor she sews that she may reap Many persons have had the of Mr Peter Sherman of orth Stratford N II who says For years suffered torture from chronic gestion but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure made a well man of me It digests what you eat and is a certain cure for dyspepsia and every form of stomach trouble It gives relief at once even the worst cases and cant help but you good F P Frisbie If cupid would drop his bow and and get a we might hear of more marriages Worms take refuge in the small where they can easily Whites Cream Vermifuge will destroy these parasites The verdict of the people tells plainly how well it has succeeded Price 25cts C C J E Stormers All the world loves a lover with the odds in favor of the owner of an icecream saloon Praise the bridge that carries you over either a Hood or cough Coussens Honey of Tar has brought so many over throat and lung troubles such as coughs colds bronchitis etc that its praises are sung everywhere Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes Love needs no definition Men and women loved before dictionaries were discovered Disease and danger lurk in the vital organs The blood becomes vitiated and the general health is undermined whenever the stomach and liver tail perform their functions as nature intended Herbine will tone up the stomach regulate the liver where other preparations only relieve Price 50 cents C C S E Stormes The trouble with loves young dream is that it too often turns out to be a nightmare An attractive woman thrives on good food and with plenty of exercise in the open air Her form glows with health and her blooms with its beauty When trouble with costive habit she takes a few doses of IIerbine to cleanse her system of all impurities Price 50 cents C C JE Stormes Everybody has a key to the when a young man asks a girl for a lock of her hair If you would have an appetite like a bear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They correct disorders of the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels Price 25 cents Sam ples free at McRoberts drug store Ice is a great preserver but love not one of those things that will keep well on cold storage Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr King S New Life Pills Every pill is a globule of health that changes weakness into strength listlessnnss into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in buildi g up the health Only 25 tens per box Sold by R E McRoberts druggist- A girl never likes the ilea of being squeezed in a crowd she it done in private The Best Plaster of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give it a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm al so cures rheumatism One application gives relief For sale by R E McRob erts druggist A young never understands a girl until he knows enough to kiss her when she says he mustnt Cod rom The inn Was the ball that hit G B Stead man of Newark Mich In the Civil War It caused horrible ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Cures cuts bruises burns corns skin eruptions Best pile cure on earth 25c guar anteed Sold E McRoberts drug gist CANCER years or until you reach middle life then warningTo permanently Jf neverreturns often earon be un to jltswell becoming very be y 1I SoS t f few bottles disappear d xntinues R SmaER La Plata 10 S in ch 1Re handkerchief probably experience arrows intestine multiply sunshine situation i sugarcoated prefeS- having roan Roc felons abox bYR hen e K r a goodalas Sis and loon C Apiece cure 1i s it l C i I GENUINE CHINESE GINGAL It Ilnsnt Much Cnrryinj Force nut Ulnketi H unit Menacing Xolse I see by the papers that the Box ers about Peking were armed with gingals said a curio man of the Old Quarter relates the few Orleans TimesDemocrat I had a genuine Manchurian gingal in my collection up to a few months ago and as far as I know was the only ever brought to this city I bought it from an oflicer of the steamer Huntington who hail picked it up somewhere while trading in the Yellow sea and a more ferocious looking weapon 1 never laid eyes on It consisted of a barrel a little over six feet long set in a heavy wooden stock which was shaped a good deal like the handle of an old fashioned dueling pistol The barrel was about the caliber of a No and was evidently intended carry slugs On the under side way between the muzzle and breech was a metal shoulder rest the shape ofa curved plate ly carved When piece was in action one man ed it at that point and another the firing holding the crooked stock against his breast It was equipped lid which was undoubtedly designed to keep out any damp and also to pre vent the priming from scattering The lid worked on a spring and flew open as the hammer descended rather an ingenious contrivance and different from any flintlock I have ever seen One interesting point about the big gun was the fact that it was of English manufacture and had the name of the London maker plainly stamped on the breech It had been so heavily covered with native filigree work however that it seemed at first glance to be unquestionably Chi nese origin I doubt whether the thing would carry more than a block but it would certainly make a horrible noise and its bare appearance was enough to any ordinary man the machine to a Charleston man who has one of the finest collections of arms in the south A Rose 1 y Any Name Is that a real rose on your hat my love Xo stupid Did you ever see a real rose as natural as that The bill convinced him Boston Journal Agreed Bray I tell you sir I like a man who stands up for himself and doesnt let himself be imposed upon do I for he gets chucked out and makes room for the rest of us Brooklyn Life They Come Ilifih your big sister give her dresses when she out them Little Girl Xo maam she used to but now she turns them into rainy day skirts Chicago Daily Xews Mauil It Adams of Dayton O Writes requirements of the last society season with late hours promiscuous eating and lar habits left me a physicol wreck Sick headache indigestion and a condition of the organs were my daily torment until 1 tried Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Yours is truly a household remedy with us your Maude R Adams Sold by R E McRoberts druggist A miss is as good as a if she happens to be about sweet sixteen she is a great deal better No one can reasonably hope health unless his bowels move once each day When this is not attended to disorders of the stomach arise biliousness headache dyspepsia and piles soon follow If you wish to avoid these ailments keep your bowels by taking ChamberlainsStomach and Liver Tablets when required They are so easy to take and mild and gentle in effect For sale by R E Mc Roberts I one 2 shotgun andornamented powder intimidate OkieSo VisitorDoes grows GentlemenThe u sluggish Gratefully mileand regular Wild diE Iso irreg forgoOd YORMSl What makes you avoid that girl so even if you do not intend to po pose to her Im afraid shell take a notion to make me Record Womans Hcn on Husband Why do you always want to sit in the front row I cant the other wom ens hats but so they an all see mine Syracuse Herald The IlrlileKruitiii Crate Xot May I understand Pamela came near being married once Belle Yes she had everything ex cept the bridegroom Toxvn Topics Here We Are The Cincinnati Store Plase ia ta 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 New Store New Goods New Prices Good Treatment To The Ladies We are now ready to show our Fall stock of the Handsomest Millinery Ever displayed in Central Kentucky We exercised great care in selecting these goods and they are the Very Newest Patterns to be seen anywhere All the latest Novelties in the greatest profusion Call and inspect SallIe D THIett Administrators Sale A s administrator of T T Pollard deed I will cm Thursday Dec 11 1900 on the premises 1 miles from and one mile south of the Lexington pike otter for sale to the highest Iud bet bidder the following property towit 10 head of sheep horses and mules 4 2yrold heifers our of hogs five of one lo t of wheat rind corn farming utensils eon sisting of hinder rake drill mower harrows household and kitchen furniture etc Terms made known on of sale Nov SO nice Sale begins promptly at 9 a m Administrate11 H Tomlinson Atty proposeChicago WifeSo I III he eat 1 CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE you Lancaster rick II u s5mn I a dat WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGESJlost in Quantity in Quality I I Jet= For 20 Years Has Led all JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Remedies UYB aXe Xa Prepared by iWorn t30Xa 8Z aRVGGISII I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money clue at time of service Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike JA ROBINSON A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD tlf 310 Ifett Had Strut ST LOWS lie STOJRZMOES DRUG STORE I I SIll t Wint r OUrist icIefS TO FLORIDA ORLEANS CUBA AND TO ALL SOUTHERN TOURIST CRTS ARE SALE AT REDUCED RAT FROM ALL a 2 NEW ROW ON rotnTs- Cu THE Only 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and New Orleans Cafe Parlor and Cars Free reclining Chair Cars superb vestibuled trains Through Pull mans Cincinnati to Chattanooga Knox ville Asheville Savannah Atlanta Bir Jacksonville New Orleans Tampa Direct connections at Port Tampa and Miami at Steamers Wharf for Key West Nassau and Havana Handsome printed matter sent free to inquirers Buy our tickets Via the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry A traveler of wide experience says to you pleasure of the trip by cr tire Skillful attendants look to your cem on root W J MURPHY Genl aianaser W C RWEARSO- NGeal Passr Agent V McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSOX Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY y S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office In the Bookont Building Danville street oppe Ite Presbyierlan church I EXECUTORS NOTICE All persons having claims azaiust theestaeof V 1oor deceased will present same to my attorney William Hermlun in Lawrud ter and all persons knowing themselYe indebted to suid estate please pay the amount to the undersigned M A BY 1111Jt EXttTHter For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or levying in tho forks of the Richmond and Copper Creel piles iu Garrard county Smites from Paint Lick with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jas N Denny Point Leavell or with me at Rich mond W K D ENNY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon or gans It is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia Cramps and all other results ofimperfect digestion Price 50c and SI Large size contains 2tf times smallsize Book about dyspepsia mailed tea Prepared by E C DeWITT a CO Crjlcaso FP Frisbi Observation min ham hen site connections changeoftill finest natural scenery in America S tS 2S tl passel cINCINNATr depot june tf LOCAL TIMETABLES NiIorthbnd Mixed Passgr Sonthbnd 335 P x 2 51 A x Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DASVILLE NORTH BOUND Number except Sunday 609 am Number 2 dont stop 3 56pm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 when Caged 11 46 amNumber 5 Daily 1112 amNumber except Sunday 7i55pmNumbers 1142 pm Mixed passes 1110 AX LiS AX 10 Daily G Daily pmNumber4 Flag 356am South bne Lancaster North bnd 4 Number I Sit QUu CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efct July 13 1900 ISTATIONS LvLouisville SoOain 6UOpm 650 340pinl Philadelphia 1015am 1240un 908pm STATIONS lvNewYork SOOam SUOpm Philadelphia 1020am 731pm 2 15pm H MtSterling 7 12am 4 lOpiii 550am 212pm Winchester 7 S7am 4 33pm fi 22am 24 pm ArLexiugton S 12am 5 10pm 700am 330pni11 Clam SOOpm LEXINGTON KY Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Every thing for orchard lawn and garden Trees by the mil lion fruit forest and ordamental the home country or in town No agents employed and rock bottom tothe actual planter Catalogue on application to H F r A I Iuna m S45um S lam 55Opm Winchester 6S0m ltSterUJr 12otU11 9251UIl i05pm 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