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J Entered at Office in Lancaster Ky ar Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 3 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR It tnttuttotYEAR the Post NUMBER Xa r4 i ht y 41- LVBNTH t rooli I ClOU cauu eooeoeeeeeeeem bANCASTER ANA j1ICINITy1- Dose oorooooo Mp mat Fresh oysters at T Currys Boller fixtures Engines repaired Smokestacks built by Conn Fair warning pay your account and save cost Logan Robinson Currey sells good goods as cheap jP Pay inferior goods at other places For rent a nice office of two rooms on Lexington street For terms to Mrs Dr ONeal We can save you on Lime Cement and Plastering kinds J S Son As Sunday is the first one the year the attendance at churches will be unusually large Year resolves etc Mrs House died at ner home on Danville pike December 24th of consumption She leaves many and friends to mourn her loss Remember have bargains all the year round We can show ym goods and make YOU prices that will cause competitors to tremble in boots J Joseph Best coal always c cheaper grade for who prefer quantity to quality cheap coal Ship stuff shelle oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill Good Appointment At the meeting of the Kentucky isville last week Prof J H Patter son was elected president of the High School department for the State A better and more competent man could not have been selected Ballard Moves to Danville Mr Bland Ballard has moved his be longings from Richmond to Danville which shows he believes a Danville man will land the collectorship Mr Ballard is the best revenue man in Kentucky and has had charge of the collectors office for many years Gus Suns Minstrels is the largest company of the kind on the road It is endorsed by all leading papers brass band and orchestra are i made up of artists They have four teen favorite comedians bristling with wit and noted for fun At Ope ra House Thursday night January 10 Seats on sale at drug store V R College LrxliigionKr Is where hundreds of clerks farmer boys and others have invested 90 for tuition and board for an education and are now receiving 1000 and over per year Read and keep this notice for reference Remember that in or der for your letters to reach this Col lege you should address only W R Smith Lexington Ky Remembered The Poor Jtlr R E Hughes the popular news paper man of Louisville came up last week see his relatives He brought us a box of fine cigars for which we are very grateful By the way Bob is making quite a success with his feature matter The World One Hun dred Years Ago Today which is be ing used by all the prominent daily papers The matter is quite interest ing and required much work The members of the Democratic of Garrard county are re j quested to meet at Hon R H Tom liusons olfice on Monday January 28 at 10 oclock a m being county court day for the purpose of making nominations for the county oflicesand for the transaction of such business as may come before them All can have a hearing before are in order T B ROBINSON Chm JJ D HUGHES Secj 4t The Worst In the Lot We have heard of stingy men men who will steal bungholes and then beg t a cooper to make them a barrel around it free of charge we have heard of a milkman who would skip the milk on top and then turn the bucket bot an who v neck vas too stingy to buy a collar button wart for that purpose but such are liberalhearted men com pared with Wbo will pick up possible find impossible objection to a paper t j go around and swipe their ne paper and cuss it to boot who their money are bona tide subscri rooras We appreciate sample being read we object to is the man who paper and then commits P tit larceny to get to as you for apply of all Minor next of the New Judson ve J Coal and Vecd J hand a tih se e a od JtJ Stormes SmUh to A Call tom and then m the milk4 al the tom of aT the is then s i j bers can help e enterprise a great J deal by closIn tree reading our r t money r acquaintances v their F also I 3 Lour I Their r X i i I a Committee candidates nominations upward j f had wart back iof z e q t1 ose every g hbor Su robers have paid any r copra what es re ItEzt5M kk i V c N A 815000 stock at cost at Logan Robinsons The best bargains in Harness Sad c at Conns For bronze turkey 4t J E Visit Logan Robinsons store and buy uptodate goods at cost Black Cake go to T Curreys and get the ingredients it He has the best on the market Always on top in and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey All accounts due us must be once If not they will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection Logan Robinson Nothing extra for reserved seats to Eli Perkins Lecturo Go early and have choice of seats reserved Money for Teacher THE RECORD is requested by Miss Lusk to say that the last payment for teachers will be ready for them 12th An Upright office desk and large book case also a number of very law books Apply to jan3 Chas W Frisbie The Middlesboro opera house will soon be turned into a livery stable The papers do not say whether it was sold by the front foot once a term or by foot We presume by the latter Teacher Il signs Miss Annie Royston has resigned her position at the Graded School Miss Royston is a splendid teacher and the trustees regret to give her up There are many applicants for the place A Saxton Dance The young men will give a hop with music by Saxton next Tuesday evening Tickets of admission will be issued as the space for dancing is limited The announcement that Saxton is to play will bring joy to the young folks and many of us older ones too TIlE RECORD has printed hand some programs for the occasion Honor for Lancaster Man At the election of officers for Post B Travelers Protective in Nashville last week Mr A Howard Rice was made president Considering the fact that he has just moved to that city this is quite a compliment to Howard His many Lancaster friends extend A Quiet Clirlstmag Christmas eve was one of the most quiet and orderly ever known in Lan caster There was little drinking and Marshal Turner soon convinced the shooters that he would tolerate no monkey business from them Only a few cannon crackers were fired and no pistol shooting was permitted at all Our citizens owe Capt Turner and iris able assistant Corporal Siler a vote of thanks for the order maintained A few drunks showed up but they were of the friendly harmless variety Santa Claus Novel Ride At the Cnristmas tree in the Christ ian church last week Mr H A B Marksbury played the part of Old Santa He dressed and went to the door but for some reason was required to wait a few moments before enter ing An undertakers truck had been left in the vestibule and it being a rather handsome piece of furniture Old Santa concluded ride in and surprise the children Calling the sexton he mounted the draped carriage and was quickly pushed to the front of the large audience The kids were glad to see Santa but could not understand why he should select so mournful a carriage As one little fellow remarked Well if Old Santa aintcorain1 in on a hearse I Louis Ray of Buckeye Ky wish to make the following statement I had fever for three months and asl im proved I found it settling jn my right knee joint 1 had several of the best physicians of Garrard and Boyle to treat me without relief After eighteen months of suffering with crutches and a plaster paris boot they pronounced my case hopeless I presented a pitiable sight and suffered so much that I was forced to take morphine for relief I went under treatment of Dr C M Kennedy last January and after one months treat ment could walk with a cape Am now entirely well and can do any of work 1 feel that Dr Kennedy has saved my limb and all without time use of drugs or medicines I know of many other such wonderful cures he has made and would advise any one suffering from any kind of disease to give him a call at his office next door to post office Lancaster Ky d Bridles sale pure Storm manufacturers t quantity paidat Fur Sale so the hind congratulations hewould king j gobbler I for 1 January valuable important Association splendid Anything you want in the eating line you can get it at Curreys Fun Comedy and Burlesque in abundance at Opera House Jan 10 want pure candy go to TCur reys and get Shryocks Cos candies s A handsome rocking chair is a spit able and useful Xmas present See those at J A Beazley Cos Piano For Sale In fair condition Will be sold at a bargain Apply at this office n29tf 90 days to clear a 15000 stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Everything goes at cost noth ing reserved Logan Robinson A good lady who requests that her name be kept out of print sent us a basket of delicious sausage and spare ribs Verily we are living on fat of the land Remember the lecture of Eli Per kins is worth a dozen of the other en tertainments that will be in Lancas ter this season Reserved seats only 50 cents Flour You can get Wards White Swan Minors 4X or best Potts Perfection and Ballards Obelisk J E Miles Son JEM Take your choice only 60c per sack at T Curreys Distillery to Start The Hume distillery at Silver Creek which is owned bv the whisky trust will resume operations the first of the year Extensive repairs are now being made on the plant The Burnam Bennett plant will not be run the coming year Richmond Register Prices Reduced To suit the times and satisfy the public the admission to Gus Suns Minstrels Thursday night January 10th will only be 25 35 and 50 cents Seats on sale at Stormes drug store This is one of the best shows on the road and the price is only put down for the reasons above given 2t Reception By AV C T u The local W C T U gave an ele pant reception at the handsome home of Margaret Gill to meet Miss Mosher who is visiting Mrs Geo M Patterson The hours were from 330 to 530 A great many ladies were present re freshments were served and the after noon most pleasantly spent Resolution At a meeting of the democratic committee of Garrard county held on Monday December 24 the following resolution was unanimously adopted Resolved T h a t the committee heartily endorses the able and effi cient course of lion Geo T Farris in the Senate of Kentucky during the late perilous session and we earnestly recommend his renomuiation and election to the same office T B ROBINSON Chm M D HUGHES Secty Accidental Shooting The accidental of Mr C C the popular Bryantsville merchant caused much regret among many friends Last Saturday he went to his money drawer for change and in pulling out some large 44calibre revolver was discharged ball entered near his hip and through the abdomen lodged in the backbone wound is and causes great pain At this wrIting he is resting easy The happened Saturday 281 From 1 to 500 That might be a ride or an invi tation to a church but it isnt Its a concise way of calling public at tention to the fact The Royal Tailors of Chicago have authorized us to reduce prices on 281 Fall and Winter Patterns all from 1 to 5 per weve done it Our prices on this high tailoring were very low before now they afford absolutely the investment a man ever made of dress Come and see these patterps we have them all costs you to look and but little to our guar antee is your safetyyalve And heres a friendly tip They wont last always C Hemphill Of Interest Printers The craft is well aware of the trouble caused when cold weather strikes a set o printers rollers and the rapidityVith which they die Having had much trouble of this kind and being of an experimental turn of mind we made a wooden case or rack for our cylinder press rollers It is absolutely airtight The has been that the cold weather has had Disastrous effect upon the rollers and tie clear print Qf this edition shows the they 4nother Marl prpbably helped only washed the qMs trlbution table and have never bed the footers at all While We have a new set seasoning1 reafly yet the present ones bid fair to rim winter The plan is inexpensive in fact the cage a ftom made Ifyou pure the Becker his papersa The going The dangerous t at th suitand best in the wy buyand IT no Mia rein we pod J J 1 Ballar-d accident fair way grade bit which pas ttlat rugt Ali d 11m1c The local banks will elect directors next Tuesday the 8th We mean business if you owe us you must pay us Logan Robinson Go at once to McRoberts and your seat reserved Jer Eh Perkins Lecture Americas greatest Juggler and dancers on the stage will appear Gus Suns minstrels at Opera House January 10 Eli Perkins is the most noted hum world Dont miss opportunity of hearing him Reser ved seats only 50c A few left to go at Cost As I increasing and improving my reposi tory I will sell at cost anything you solicit in my stock of buggies Call Conns Carriage Shop New County Attorney Lewis L Walker has been appointed county attorney to fill out the term caused by the absence of LetcherOws ley Mr Owsley has located in West Swell Colored Hop The colored hop given last Friday night was quite a swell event among their race in this city They had prin ted programs a large orchestra good order and a big time generally Lew Brown Resigns Lexington papers say Lou Brown has resigned as ticket agent at the C O depot in that city Lou spent much time in and about Lancaster his courting days and friends here He is a splendid young fellow and has a heart as big as boxcar masonic Lodge Election At the annual election of officers the local Masonic lodge the following were selected Louis Landram W M Jacob Joseph S W K F Postel J W Robt Kinnaird Secty David Ross treasurer A T Anderson S T The master appointed E M senior deacon and T J Hatcher junior deacon will probably be third degree work at next meeting Good Telephone Service No town has a better telephone ser vice than Lancaster Mr Bastin the clever manager puts his whole soul in the management of it and the service is strictly A No 1 The calls are an swered promptly the instruments work well and greatest of all no monkey business is hard to see how we ever got along without telephones Tha Population of Lancaster The recent census shows to have a population of only 1040 souls It has been the general of our citizens that the town had 1800 population and we believe that a thorough canvass taken with care and time would show this But these are the figures given to Uncle as Teet Baily said when he surveyed the Cemetery Figgers wont lie The report gives Stanford 1651 Bryantsville 292 Crab Orchard 385 Danville 4285 Harrodsburg 2876 Richmond 4655 Will Open Monday The new Garrard Hotel will open doors next Monday morning Mr the manager has been at work tvvomonths getting the house in condition he wants it and it is now perfect in every detail from to garret The company has great many improvements made to house and it is now second to none the state Mr Long has a wellse lected lot of help and begins business with very flattering prospects THE RECORD bespeaks for the house the patronage it so richly merits MAIUMOTII CASII BUSINESS New Manas nient Under A New System We are glad to see our little city im proving and moving to the front Mr R H Batson informs us that he Is now remodeling renovating tar nishing painting etc his already double handsome fitting them up in the most modern style One of these rooms used and extensively for clothing and gents furnishings the other for dry goods notions fancy goods car pets and everything pertaining to la dies wear use etc This dry goods room will be solely under the manage ment of lady clerks the most compe tent that can be had four of which have already been employed will be first class and up to date both merchandise fiixtures and ar rangements He is the Ijrst to a regular cashier system and business we guarantee will be one of the best syteqiatizediq Central Ken uckv Batson has not been in the best health for the last year but lie aqd strqng a ain and we till Hnqw his Business ability when on Ills We bespeak for him a business Time Improvements will be completed by 20 The Cost Sale will continue until that time several have best in o orist in the this am at the in has many of Walker permittedIts Lancaster Samand its Long for the cellar had- a the in large storerooms will be in introduce Mr iswelt Jan i There impression exclusively Everything his j t feet huge a y L st S Pay your account and save cost Logan Robinson You will regret it if you do not see Gus Suns Minstrels January 10 A carload of oranges bananas nuts to burn this week Curry Bring us the cash and we will give you unheardof bargains Logan Robinson You need not call at our mill for flour all grocers keep it J S Minor Son If you are indebted to us pay account at once the business of the firm must be closed up at once Robinson Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply THE RECOItD office tf SIou 4 For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick Robin son known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson Mr Ike D orders his of THE RECORD changed to Searsy Ark where be has recently bought farm He has been living in Garner that state since leaving his old home in Garrard Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood Death at Richmond Members of the press extend sym pathy to Capt Rock editor the Richmond Register on the death of his wife She suffered a stroke paralysis Christmas night and never recovered from the shock Flghlliiir for Uncle Sam We have received a picture of Taku Forts sent by Mr John H Kirby a Lancaster boy now in Uncle Sams ser vice He signs his name over Fire man 1st class U S N on U S S Minocacy Tongku China lie en listed in the Navy some time since Emancipation Day Tuesday was a big the colored folks A big parade was given headed by the popular Reentown band Several the old soldiers horsemen and plain every day citizens took part Speeches were made by Gov W 0 Bradley Prof J A White of Richmond Prof C F Anderson of this city and Rev Shaw At night a big dance was given Harding miller Music Co strong combination of Harding Miller and Harding Riehm the largest line of pianos and organs in central states lowest prices easiest terms and best instruments in the world Business booming If I am too busy to talk to you leave your or der with E W Harris North West corner Public Square where you will find samples of our goods for inspect ion Geo M Overman Salesman Veek of Prayer The topics for the Week of Prayer are those suggested by the Evangeli cal Alliance and are the same that will be used in all the cities through out the land The following is the program as it has been arranged by the pastors of Lancaster Monday Jan 7 at the Presbyterian church fora better realization of spiritual truth and a better estimate of spiritual realities a clearer vision of the redeeming Christ and of the actual need and the divinely intended glory of the world which lIe redeemed Tile sermon will be delivered by Dr McKee Tuesday Jan 8 at the Methodist church for right re lations in society and the nation with the Golden Rule obeyed as be tween man and man and all social and political action guided by justice and good will the Christian ideal Sermon by Rev A R Moore Wednesday Jan 9 at Christian church subject Prayer for a Church which through faith in Christ and by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit wholly Christian doing Gods will and winning the world to Christ Sermon oy Rev J E Wolfqrd Thursday Jan 10 at the Baptist church subject Prayer for such Christian character and life as shall be pleasant in the home honored in hvsiness relations welcomed in the neighborhood helpful in the churoh religion being thus Jn its rightful attract veness Sermon Rev L Robinson to be a union service and is to last about one hour Each will have charge of the praise service in his Own church and q are asked to be pres gqt anq aid in the songs Everybody s to attend and help to the Wefek of Prayer a suitable spirit ual beginning the new year and the ry v and at T your Logan at copy a and S P of of day among dges d The subjectPrayer subjectPrayer shall I b intended singers td for rm t nt Currant be personal manifested mak-er 4 ti All kinds of canned goods fruits and celery at T Currey sxf All kinds of carriage work and at Conns Comforts and blankets at Josephs See them and get We keep best Coal v Minor Son Joseph has some fine midwinter bargains which you should not fail to see Help the Ladies Parsonage Society by purchasing tickets to the Eli Per kins Lecture We want to wind up the business of the firm as quickly as possible Pay your account Logan Robinson Our closing out sale will be conduc ted on strictly cash basis goods taken out on approval must be paid for if returned in good shape money will be refunded Logan Rubinson Measels are playing havoc with the youngsters in this locality Several older persons have also been atllicted We dont know whether the doctors ar prescribing the oldtime and best remedy or not Train Wreck The afternoon train from Rowland was wrecked just belowGilberts Creek yesterday A number of cars were de railed and the train did not reach Lancaster until nine oclocc JSlrd Law in Force The law against killing quail is again in force and from now till next fall any person having a partridge in his possession no matter when killed is liable to a tine of for each bird Crockery For Sale Mrs H Singleton has rented out the front rooms of her house but will continue to keep all kinds of crockery for sale at low prices She will con tinue to keep the stock at her resi dence on Lexington street Married In Cincinnati Mr Cal Kevieus and Miss Pearl Phillips were married in Cincinnati returned here last night Mr Nevieus is connected with the Pilgrimage Distillery in this city and the bride has had charge of the local telephone exchange for some time As it was press hour when we received the item lack of time pre vents the extended notice these pop ular young people deserve repairing prices Jelltco J 1 5 yesterday and I j s i Favrite Stoves Examine our line of Heating Stoves We can please you and you money J R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Air Tight save Funeral Directors Arterial Cavity Embalming A Specialty nil Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward and r LOCAL TIMETABLES IfG 1 Sonthbna Mixed passes Lniicascer 11 HO A- Northbnd Mixed 335 F M Sorthbud Passgr 25 A M jjuthbnd 1223 AM SALE We will now clean up balance of I Our Winter Stock I AT GREATLY Reduced Prices Blankets Comforts Cloaks Wraps Underwear Overcoats Fine Suits Boots Shoes and many other items go in this sale at once before the good things are all V j TV 7f ffljffjl fffft ljjrt1B i i CLEARANCE I I s s IS c I I 9 i 1 Ir in I The s to o theo o o o o Q 0 0- o o Come p gone 4 eo mmeoo m me 3 IgOI VERY WEEP BY LANDBA1JC Publisher I LANCASTER KENTUCKY vH 1- r CENTRAL RECORD 2HURSDAY JANUARY LOUIS IISONE YBAB IN ADTJNCK 100 Six MONTHS 50 THREE U U u 25 THE charge that cadet Booz was killed by hazing at West Point has much attention over the Years ago this institution was an honor to the nation but recently the cadets have been appoin ted thro purely political wirepulling and lit tle attention paid to the qualifica tions of the appointee Beside there is little to be gained by receiving a strict military training these days as graduates or more strictly speaking soldiers are shoved aside to make room for politicians when there is any occasion for one to make a reputation or show his ability Take the last war for instance There were plenty of educated officers in the army but they were shoved aside and men who didnt know a rifle from a pitchfork were placed in most all the important positions Any one with a thimble ful of sense knows it was the regulars who did the fighting in Cuba but when the shooting was over a lot of politicians who had not been near the battle were pushed to the front and reports so doctored as to make heroes of the tin soldiers A man is very foolish now adays to give up the best part of his life in a military academy for unless he has a pull with the poli ticians he will certainly be given a cold potato when there are honors to bestow TIlE W C T or rather the Demorest branch of that noble organ ization has set in to convince the world that it is wrong to kiss that those who indulge in that blissful practice will have to enter into an ex tra argument with St Peter or words to that effect The old gals are up the wrong tree this time sure They can have a law passed to prevent kissing sourfaced old ladies like those raising this howl but when they to step in between mankind and the sweetfaced American girl especially a Kentucky girl they will find they have bitten off more than they can masticate Fight old booze ladies but desist on your latest move OXE of the ICendalls charged with killing Eugene Cassell a Jessamine county farmer while the latter was defending his turkey roost was killed by a train near Bowling Green when trying to make his escape from the state His father has now brought suit against the railroad company for 25000 damages for the death of the son This is about on a par with most suits brought against railroads and its dollars to doughnuts a Verdict will be given against the road Railroads in Kentucky stand about as much chance as does a cat without claws IT is said that a vote taken by a paper as to the most popular hymn resulted in a verdict that Rock of Ages written in 1776 by Toplady was the most popular And so it is There was never a sweeter or more beautiful piece of music written Its a great relief to hear it after having to listen to the hiptydipty sixfora dime songs squealed out by the averge choir of today The songs sung in most churches these days contain about as much melody as a solo on a cornstalk fiddle A NUMBER of our exchanges did the special edition turn this year Its a noticeable fact that no paper ever makes a second attempt at sending out a special edition THE RECORD had its eye teeth cut early in the fad It costs twice as much as it brings in to say nothing of having your office turned topsy turvey for a week or more A special edition man struck office not long since but all he got was wellwishes THOUSANDS of columns of rot have been written on Ring out the old ring in the new and other such tom foolery during the past week Many people sat up to watch the new century come in If the foolkiller had happened along about midnight those watching would have had a run for their money NEWSPAPER men extend deepest sympathy to brother Harry Sommers of the Elizabethtown News on the many accomplishments and her vis its to the Press Association meetings were always enjoyed by all present Pepsin preparations often fail to re lieve indigestion because they can di gest only albuminous foods There is one preparation that digests all class es of food and that is Kodol Cure It cures the worst cases of i indigestion and gives instant relief for it digests whatyou eat F P Frisbie Every man intends to have his own way in everything when he but sometimes his wife relieves his mind of a false impression Persons who suffer from indigestion can not expect to live long because they cannot eat the food required to t nourish the body and the products of the undigested foods they do eat pbis on the blood It is important to cure indigestion as soon as possible and the best method of doing this is to use the preparation known as Kodol Cure It digests what you eat and restores all the digestive organs to perfect health Frisbie I attracted U attempt Soma Dyspepsia marries I Dyspepsia F P country barking religious 1b this r r r z i JUAUESBDRY W P Tuggle sold a bunch of hogs to C A Arnold at 4ic Mr James Royston who has been very low with typhoid fever is conva lescingThe ladies of the Fork church pre sented the superintendent of the Sun day school Mr W D Marksbury with a nice quilt as a slight token of of his services There is a great deal of sentiment attached to the beginning of the New Century The young look forward to the new the old would fain begin over the past What will it bring us each one asks himself We hope THE RECORD may have a prosperous year Quite an enjoyable event of the sea son was the party given on night at the hospitable home of Mr John Woods and wife to Mr Thomas Chesnut At 9 oclock the party re paired to the dining room which was handsomely decoratod in red and green holly and mistletoe being prom inent About 75 guests were present All left quite late with best wishes to their host Mr Leslie Anderson spent Xmas with friends at Hustouville Miss spent the holidays with friends in Lancaster Mr Will Mar see and sister Miss Lucile spent last week with their grandfather Mr North and family of Hustonville Mr and Mrs Mason Pollard gave a par ty to a few friends last Friday eve ning Mr and Mrs Will Evans and Ed Evans spent last Sunday with Miss Carrie Durham Miss Elza an attractive young lady of Mid dlesborough has been the guest of Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Miss Mollie Woods of Danville came over to attend the New Year party and will spend a few days with Mr J W Woods and wife Mr and Mrs A J Chesnut of spent Sunday with their par ents Mr J C Boner and wife Miss es Sallie and Lee Herring of Nicho lasville spent the holidays with their parents Mr T I Herring and wife Dr Webb and sister Miss Bessie of Lexington spent Thursday with Mr M F Rout and wife Rev A J Co pass of Louisville spent several days with his brother Rev B A Copass Miss Dixie Kemper gave a candy pull ing to a number of young lady friends and Miss Dixie who is a charming hostess was visited by her sister Miss Minnie All left wishing her many happy returns of the day Mrs Jack Kemper was with her daughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn of Lancaster last week PAINT LICK The children of C B Engleman are down with the measles W S Fish had a valuable milk cow killed by the train Saturday Mr John Rout who has been quite poorly is able to be out again A happy and prosperous New Year to the RECORD and its entire force Stop at the Veranda Hotel get a square meal and your horse fed well E W Norris and family of Lancas ter moved into Dr Nichols property- H L Wallace sold his farm of 102i acres to Solomon Forester at 30 per acreThe Maccabees had an oyster sup per at the Veranda Hotel Thursday nightWm Cotrell sold a bunch of 165 lb shoats to E L Woods at 4 cents per poundChristmas passed off unusually qui et here there was not even a dog fight townMiss Anderson will teach a subscription school at New Hope school house Mr John Hunt an expert tobacco man of Louisville has gone into busi ness with R N Beazley Died on the 24th ult with pneu monia Mr Irvine Brown in his sev entyfifth vear His remains were intered in Old Paint Lick cemetery The Blue Grass Grocery Company will open a grocery in a few day in the Dr Nichols store room E W Norris will be manager Alfred Champ who is holding a lu crative position with the L N rail road at Jackson Mississippi is at home withhis parents Judge Wm Totton of Lancaster spent several days with his daughter Mrs Mason Pullins Wm Rucker went over to Berry to spend Christ mas with his parents- A new grocery man making his first trip came here a few nights ago drove intp town and thought he was in Stanford after he had been told better he said he might have known Stanford was a smaller town than Paint Lick George Moore of Jackson spent a few days with his brother Henry Moore of this place Mr Jno Bright and wife of Grays spent Christmas with the family of Dr B Ramsey Ernest Brown was here Friday look ing after delinquent subscribers The society of young folk had a gala week was an entertain Cincinnati Saturday on business The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine made for these diseases There is not the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other in jurious drug and may be given as to a babe as to an adult For sale by R E McRoberts druggist i I I appreciation NewYears MaryDurham Danville herethere duringChrIstmas confidently Logan t rREACHERSVILLE J P Rogers bought 100 acres of bald hill land from W H Pettus for 475 Mr Charlie Spoonamore has moved to the house recently vacated by J F HoltzclawThe building for the school will be completed this week which will give four nice rooms Sol a mare for 40 B T Lunceford sold a nice mule to Bowen Fox of Danville for 105 The Tyrone and Epheses churches have called Rev Hutchins to serve them as pastor for the year 1901 Born to the wife of Mr Jno Cress a ten pound boy All doing well ex cept John his clothes are all too small himThe of the late J F Pettus was sold last week and brought about 900 per acre It was bid in by W H and J S Pettus BUCKEYE Mr James Hurt died very suddenly Monday morning and was buried at Buckeye Miss Rena Simpson and Mr Ben Lane were married at the home of the bride Thursday evening of last week at 5 oclock Miss Lela Ray of Chapel is visit ing her sister Mrs Bob Long Mr and Mrs Brown are visiting in Buena Vista a few days this week Miss Elca and Bertha Brown of Kirksville are spending a few days with Miss Carrie Brown antsville is visiting friends here Miss Lulu Simpson entertained a of friends Friday night All an enjoyable time WALLACETON Wm Moore and family left here on Wednesday for their new home in Ok lahoma Wm Henry has moved to his home here known as the Wanacutt farm which he bought recently from C C McWhorterThos Soper left on Monday for Lexington where he has a job work ing in the yard for repairing cars Tom and family will be very much missed in our town The many friends of Grandma Cade presented her last week with a nice cake a sack of flour and a largo box of other substantial necessaries of life all of which helped to make for her a merry Christmas The largest crowd that ever gather ed at the Baptist churn here attend ed our Christmas tree on Monday The seats and aisles were literally crowded Visitors came from Berea Cartersville HammackManse Paint Lick Kirksville Richmond and Waco The literary exercises would have done credit to the children of any of our larger towns having High schools The presents were there by the hundreds their value ranging from one cent to probably three and the order while not perfect was undoubtedly better than the av erage on such occasions No doubt Santa Claus will expect to be invited to visit our town again next year and as this was our first attempt we hope to be able to entertain him still bet ter next time Mr Editor you said in your last is sue that Mr Yerkes is about ly real clever man we ever saw who has never taken a drink Now for our own part we dont mind your but we have four brothers oldest 42 years old and the young est 26 and neither of us ever took a drink of whisky a chew of tobacco or smoked a pipe cigar or cigarette Two of our brothers are ministers one of them principal of a High school in Pennsylvania and ths other a success ful farmer in Missouri ann each of them regarded as a real clever man while I well I have been correspon dent to THE RECORD ever since it was born and of course am a clever man One week allowed you for correction or modification of your rash asser tionWe meant among the politicians Brer Baker If you admit that you are a politician all the above claims will be knocked intp cocked hat But we will testify that your skirts are clean of dabbling in pollertickF The only sin you will have to answer for is that of being in the newspaper business We fear St Peter will be pretty hard on the press boys Ed A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vice President Illinois Womans Alliance in speaking of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I suffered with a cold this winter which threaten ed to run into pneumonia I tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and it relieved me at once I am now en tirely recovered saved a doctors bill time and suffering and I will never be without this splendid medicine again For sale by McRoberts druggistBefore marriage every man has theory about managing a wife but its a condition and not a theory that Confronts hint This season there is a large death rate among children from rroup and lung troubles Prompt action will save the little ones from these terri ble diseases We know of nothing so certain to give instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure It can relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung troubles of adufts to take F P Frisbie 0H Roy Arnot of Bry number reported dollars the on as R E a aftermarriage lsobe r J t Rigsby sold Will afternoon the severe Pleasant C i K i cur j c STONE Frank Broaddus sold to Luther Ra ney a cow for 2750 T L Saunders bought ef Tevis Pres Let every one come out to our Sun day school We are endeavoring to carry it through the winter and we need your help Mr Cronley Broaddus and family of McCreary have moved into the house recently vacated by Mr Dave Ander son on Poor Ridge pike near here We are glad to say that Mr Wm Whitaker is out again after a spell of sickness Messrs Frank Land and Fletcher Preston are very sick with measlesRev Andrew Meldrum of Lexing ton will fill come out to hear him as he is a fine Died at his home on the 22nd ult Mr John W East of consumption and injuries received from a fall when a runaway with him He had been a patient sufferer for several weeks but all that friends and relatives did could not keep him here longer His an mother four sisters and a brother to mourn his loss The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community perpound his appointment Scotts nightSunday withhis Forkburrying w James Grayson returned home from Missouri last week Misses Dora Addie and Pearl Boain spent week with their aunt Mrs Geo Elam The two daughters of Rev Hobbs were the guests of Misses Sal lie and Osee Dudderar last week Last Wednesday evening at four Miss Myrtle Cook and Mr Faulk ner Barnes were married at the brides home by Rev Ira Parton Miss Isa Cook acted as bridesmaid and Mr Wm Cornett as best man After which all were invited out to a boun tiful supper blotches pimples and other affections of the skin are caused by the failure of the liver and kidneys to cast off impurities which remain in the system Herbine will stimulate the liver and kidneys and cleanse the system of all impurities Price 50cts C C J E When a man comes home from the club at 2 a m and his wife tells him to come straight upstairs to bed she is asking the impossible When threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble prompt relief is necessary as it is dangerous to de lay We would suggest that One Min ute Cough Cure be taken as soon as indications of having taken cold are noticed It cures quickly and its ear ly use prevntsconsumptionFPFrisbie 4 I Christmas Manyor the Storms FLU Y00D Such little pills as DeWitts Little Early Risers are very easily takenand they are wonderfully effective in cleansing the liver and boweis F P Frisbip The most trying time in a mans life is when he introduces his second wife seventeen years old to his eldest daughter who is past twenty The merited repuf t ion for curing piles sores and skin diseases acquired by Witch llazl Salve has led to the making of worthless coun terfeits Be sure to get only DeWitts Salve Frisbie Statistics show that seventyfive per male criminals are This goes to show how many men prefer the penitentiary to matri monyThe most soothing healing and an tiseptic application ever devised is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It re lieves at once and cures piles sores eczema and skin diseases Beware of imitations F P Frisbie v Many a man makes his wife get up and light the fire every morning of her life and shows his appreciation by putting a fine monument over her graveThe properties of Ballards Snow Liniment possess a range ofusefulness greater than any other remedy A day seldom passes in every household es pecially where there are children that it is not needed Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes I DeWitts F P cent of unmarried For State Senate Ve arC authorized to announce Hon Gtorge T Karris as a candidate for reuomlnatloii for State SeiiHtor in this district comprising the counties of Lim o n BoyleGarrard and Casey subject to the actli n of the Democratic party 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 I Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store 9OOOO6OO6OOOO0OO6666066660O666OOOOOC tALL KINDS OF 1I I II i I I I I i itI Collier I I aaoooooQoooooooooeooooaoi JJ 1 e ta ta iA ta ta tS tA Ai it Iogr t 5ft lgIi f f f Ij tj Stock Of Goods 79 SAT eCOiTThere 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 costi 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 35O Walkover shoes for 285 Stetson 5 hats for 4 450 hats for 375 ijjt LOGANS ROBINSON if y KY U rri if if JIrj 0 c r l L f K IA J t fC Te 8l f fC i t So 1 I ul aOCl4AoOOe eaC OOC AOC OC9 1Shoes Hats1 R il c 1i t Stetson a LANCASTFR CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JANUARY 3 I9 i people Miss Pearl Philips is spending a few N weeks in Stanford Miss Daisy Collier is visiting her cousin Miss Anna Aill Miss spent Christmas with friends in this city Miss Hattie Nevius of Stanford is visiting Miss Nellie Dillon Miss Louise Farris entertained a few friends Wednesday evening Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been visiting friends in this city Mr Wm Berkele gave an elegant dinner Thursday to a few friends Miss Pearl Hill leaves this week for a visit to relatives in Rochester Ky Miss Theo Hemphill gave a party Wednesday evening to a few friends Tom Baughman of Boyle has been visiting his brother Mr John Baugh manMiss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick has been visiting Miss Mary Burnside Miss Helen Thurmond visiting Mrs U D Simpson at the Mason hotel Miss Margaret Hackley of George 0b towp spent Saturday with Mrs H A B MarksburyMrs Gaines of Danville has been visiting her parents Mr Theo Currey and wife Misses Pearl and Ann Hill have re turned from a visit to their aunt Mrs Mary Collier of Boyle Mr Charles Pollard visited his pa rents Mr and Mrs Sam Pollard He returned to Corbin Wednesday Mr J M Farra and bride have re turned from their bridal tour and ta ken rooms with Mrs Fannie Farra Miss Rella Arnold is visiting Miss Tillie Arnold of Paint Lick She will attend the ArnoldRamsey Mrs Wm Marrs of Knoxville Ten nessee spent Christmas week with her parents Mr John Anderson and wifeHerbert Kinnaird Brannon Beaz ley John Burnside and Ben Herndon attended the hop at Stanford Friday night Mrs Lemock Miller entertained a few friends in a most charming New Years day The dinner was magnificient Mrs George T Farris gave a dining t Wednesday to the following Mrs U i Simpson Miss Laura Smith Mr and Mrs Louis Landram The family of Capt Doty have been suffering an attack of measles All are about well except Miss Frankye who has been seriously ill but is re covering Miss Altie Marksbury gave a cinch party Wednesday evening Those present were Misses Bettie Anderson Maggie Tomlmson Bessie Marksbury Messrs Dave Walker and ErnestBrown Davidson gave a progres sive crokonole party Friday evening A box of candy was received by Miss Mary Gill a box of cigars was given to Mr Dave Walker and the booby to Miss Alberta Anderson The Enquirer of December 26th says Street M E church Lancaster friends will remember Miss West as the attractive visitor of Miss Katie Simpson Danville News Misses Pearl Hill and Ann Hill of Lancaster spent this week with Miss Daisy Collier Mrs J W Adams of Fort Worth Texas is visiting her cousinMrs H W Dunnon East Main street She will spend some time with her sister Mrs Thos Robinson of Lancasterand her broth er Mr Wm Baughman of Garrard county before returning to the Star State j I rL II 0 0 00 Susie Speake ofStanford- is t t Miss Amy GeorgiaWest byRev L 0eo000e- cA 300T ooooeoesawee 4nk 1 j i x11 1 r j wedding t l manner c t i 1 t i Loner Mr Alex Bishop has been quite ill but is much improved Mr O G wife spent Christmas in Highland Berea Citizen D K Best of Lan caster is at Alex Moores Miss Malley Conn of Paint Lick is visiting her brother in this city Mrs Sam Pollard was visiting her daughter in Louisville last week Miss Maggie Tomlinson entertained a number of friends last evening Miss Olivia Sweeney of Lexington college is here for a few days visit Miss Ethel Vest was the hostess Thursday evening of a delightful par ty Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden have been visiting relatives in Nicholas ville Mr J I Hamilton and wife have gone to Memphis Tenn to spendsev eral months Quite a crowd entertained Miss Ma ry Burnside Tuesdy evening it being her birthday Mrs J H Sympson was called to last week on account of the death of her mother Mr G M Patterson and Grace Helen visiting rela tives in Chicago Mrs Aurthur Hubbard of Coving ton is expected this week to be the guest of Mrs John E Stormes Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained a few friends Monday evening at her beautiful home on Danville street McKee Kinnaird of Middlesboro visited his parents Squire W H Kin naird and wife a few days this week Mr Will Walker and Miss Florence Harris have been visiting Mr Ran dolph Harris and wife of Turners ville Miss Hattie Robertson of Cynthi ana has accepted a position with Mr R H Batson in the dry goods depart ment Miss Mattie Thompson gave an en joyable masquerade party Monday All the characters were well repre sented Capt W J Kinnaird the popular insurance man has been spending a few days with his parents Squire Kinnaird and wife Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton of Danville Jennie Burnside of Bry antsville spent several days during the holidays with Miss Lena Rigney The many friends of Miss Fannie Austin are glad to know she is now able to resume her duties at the Blue Grass Grocery after two weeks illness of measles Livingston Ward is here from Lancaster looking after his many business interests Capt Bos ton Dillion has returned to his home in Lancaster after a visit to his son Danville Bland Bai lard must feel certain that the Collec tors cilice is to remain in Danville has moved his family down from Richmond They are at the Clemens for a few days before going to in the Dr Pearce residence A Texas paper speaks highly of young Bates Walker who is working as telegraph operator on one of the principal railroads in that state He is a son of Dan B Walker formerly of Madison county now of Iowa Park Texas and brother of Dr Wade H Walker of St Joseph Hospital at Fort Worth Bates gets a fine salary and stands high with the company Middlesboro has bt en so much chafing about Kee nairds marrying and not marrying that many people have looked upon all announcements as jokes Both principals however have fessed up and congratulations of the sincerest kind are now in Mr Kin naird of course The most that can ever be done for a woman that to marry a man is to hope that she will live happy everafter But the true date of the wedding Tuesday Janu Danville Advocate Many friends of Mrs Robert Harding will regret to learn that she has pneumonia Miss Lily Noel returned to Lancaster today after a weeks visit at home Miss Lena Irvine who has been with Noel Speake and lIttledaugh- ter VII ColonelWill W R Dimon AdvooateMr ash housekeeping NewsThere Kin orderfor has ary 8th I Casey wire CANDIESFancy mixed from to 20c Lowneys Chocolates assorted in i and 1 pound boxes Oranges Bannas Apples as fine a lot as the market affords Our stock of Groceries is full and complete Try our genuine New Or leans Molases We have absolutely pure Syrup guaranteed Now is the time for you to get Seeded Raisins Currents Figs Etc Etc We have them Large California Prunes Evaporated Peaches and Apples Good Can Corn for 7c Come in and look at line of Boots and Shoes We can certainly please you with quality and price We have just received a lot of Oneata Combination Suits Special price 60 cents Yours Anxious to 10 fR s our tp AToTER SON fSMM pSo N f t Maple l PleaseL- y r b Sisters for the past two left last week for her home in Louisville where she will remain two she goes to New York to make a two months stay visiting friends and taking in the first importations of spring millinery Mr J E Stormes leaves next week to attend a meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy which will be held in Bowling Green Mr Will H Anderson and bride are visiting the formers uncle Mr J M Uigginbotham Mr Anderson is a former Lancaster boy and is now con nected with the Louisville and Railroad at Georgiana Ala Mrs J W Adams of Ft Worth Tex is here visiting relatives after an absence of twenty years She is a sister of Mrs T B Robinson William and John T Baughman Since her arrival they have been together al most constantly and it would be im possible to picture a happier family Our good friend Mr Tommy Rob inson was in to see us yesterday and said they were so happy that it did his soul good to watch them Ive taken charge of the household work and told my wife to dismiss all cares and this reunion I dont mind churning milking or even cooking Mrs Adams will spend several weeks here and in Danville The Lexington Herald prints the following account of the marriage of a former Lancaster boy now one of the leading business men of Atlanta The marriage of Miss Amanda D Arnett the daughter of Mr W C Ar nett of Pisgah and Mr Wm S of Atlanta Ga was celebrated last evening at 730 oclockat theNew Union church at Pisgah The church was elaborately decorated The altar was pyramided with ferns palms and rubber plants and festoons of smilax and cedar fringed the chandeliers and walls The bride wore a trained gown of white Paris muslin was caught with orange blossoms and she carried a shower boquet of lillies of the valley The maid of honor her sister Miss Margaret Arnett was gowned in green silk mull over green silk with trimmings of green satin ribbon and knife plaited chiffon and carried a bunch of American Beauty roses The bridesmaids Misses Ten nie Pherigo of Atlanta Mary Keith Miles of Frankfort Georgia of Cynthiana Elizaheth Winn of Winchester and Sue Dunlap of this city wore white Paris muslin gowns with corsage of satin which was tied on the left side with a large bow with the streamers reaching the hem and carried Ameri can Beauties Dr Butler of Atlanta Ga was best man The groomsmen were Messrs Lewis W Arnett of Covington Asa B Arnett of Midway Palmer Harris and William Dunlapof and William E Arnett of Pisgah The bridal party was enter tained at luncheon at the home of the brides father in the afternoon After the ceremony they left on the 1045 Q C train for Florida to spend a few weeks and on their return to will make their home with the brides sister Mrs George Taylor for merly Miss Cut this out and take it to McRot erts drug store and get a free sam pie of Chamberlains stomach and liv erTablets the best physic They al so cure disorders of the stomach and headache Ell Perkin as a Mason and paper Man Interview In Oil City Derrick Eli Perkins passed through Oil City yesterday en route for New York He said he had been recently Roy al Arch Mason Our reporter found Mr Perkins at the depot He was intently devouringa bookon masonry preparing himself to attend the Grand Lodge in New York Desiring to in terview him our reporter asked him from whence he came From my home in the holy city of you here to do To learn to subdue my evil passions and improve myself in lecturing and are a newspaper man I presume I am so taken and accepted among fellows and brothers How may I know you to be a man By having when treated never now am ready to be treat ed againHow else may 1 know you to be a newspaper man By certain signs examining my empty grip and by offering me a free pass to anything Where did you first become a news paper man In my mind Where next In the office of a duly constituted newspaper in the holy city of New YorkHow were you made a I was first blindfolded and my face blackened with printers ink In this condition I was driven three times around the room by the managinged itor with a redink roller for a bit I was then conducted to the Grand Worshipful Editor Chas A Daua in the East where I took the solemn oaths and obligations of journalism Will you be off or from Oil as soon as starts From what and to J From the tents of the wicked in Chicago to the temples of the saints in New York And giving the grand hailing sign Eli off Quality and not quantity makes Witts Little Early Risers such val I seasons weeks then enjoy Her tulle yen green ribbon Faywood MaryArnett aNew madea YorkWhat journalismThen refusedand thetrain waS a llit1 r Nashville Watson Goodman Atlanta biliousness newspaper newspaperman what Dee uab1 ill1 FPPricbie- I TELEPHONE USAGE The man who knows how to use a telephone properly is comparatively a rare personage and the observance of a few simple rules and suggestions in relation to telephone usage would for a busy in money time and vital energy The telephone has done more to lay bare a latent strain of belligerency in all mankind than any other feature of modern experience and this offers the greatest obstacle known to the universal success of tel phone operation But this attitude is not the only abnormal development attending the act of telephoning A man refuses to recognize plain conditions that would be a child in the primary grades What man of affairs would willingly give to a caller who turned his back to his host and directed his voice in a direction away from him Yet the majority of business men keep faces a foot away from the telephone and turned away from the instrument expect satisfactory results under such conditions is preposterous The lips should not be an inch away from the rim of the transmitter and the voice should beat squarely upon the drum to which the little sound leads Give a telephone a square chance and it will do its duty unless radically deranged or defectiveThis is not the main It is only the symptoms of the disease Lack of mental focus is the real trouble both in talking and hear ing or in telephone parlance in transmitting and receiving If your thought is not concentrated on the transmission of your you will not make yourself heard or hear what is said to you This is where a failure to realize that you are holding actual conversation is apparent No person understands this phase of telephonic trouble better than the operator of longdistance lines where are important and expensive and time is limited He knows that in case the two on the line in not readily hear each other he must mie each realize he is not into a hole in the end of an iron armIn a face to face talk no man of judgment will speak in a a growl a whisper or a shout A calm even voice and a distinct but natural enunciation are the chief aside from those already mentionedMany man who holds a telephone receiver so carelessly that its rim touches his ear wonders why he does not hear We have even seen a bald headed man clap the receiver against his pate and expect to hear when the instrument did not touch his ear at all Reasonable results in telephonic communication cannot oe expected unless the receiver is held firmly against the ear If asked to reduce to epigrammatic form the best advice to the telephone patron we would say Be courteous A broad appreciation of this rule would work wonders in the effective use of the Beat Out of an of Hi Penelun A Mexican war veteran and editor writes Seeing the ad vertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remady I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico in 47 and 48 I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my for on every renewal a dose of it restores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by R E McRoberts druggist When a woman tells her husband that she wants to have a plain talk with him it means that she wants him to confess something Herbine be used to enrich and purify bloodit cures all forms of blood disorders it is especially in fevers skin eruptions boils pimples blackheads scrofula salt rheum and every form of blood it is safe and effectual cure Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Many a man after marriage wishes he had onetenth of the money he fooled away on other girls to buy a baby carriage with Whosoever has suffered from piles knows how painful and trublesome they are Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint ment is guaranteed to cure piles Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75c C C J E Stormes When a bride has been married about three weeks she beginsto write home for the old clothes she refused to take with her Many a bright and happy household has been thrown into sadness and sor because of the death of a loved one from 4 neglected cold Coussens Honey of Tar is the great for coughs colds and all pulmonary ail ments Price 25 and 50 cents C 0 J E Stormes A fellow pften thinks a girl by any other name would be as sweet but he finds out his mistak after he gives her his own Reconsidered A Topeka man lost a small opal set out of his ring and went to the replaced Returning home he found the lost set and put ting in his mouth for safe keeping hurried back to the jewelers to have that set used instead of the news opal Rushing into the store he said Say Ive found the old set so dont that new one He attempted to re move the stone from his mouth gave gave a gulp looked sleepish and said I guess youll have to use the new That man needed a bottle of Dr Caidwells Syrup Pepsin Sold by BE McRoberts druggist managreat economy element J apparent- to audience thei To instrument difficulty message comparatively ordinary mumble con- sideratIOns telephoneEx prominent pension should useful impurity row have it stone Ji t accomplish physical hopper conversations talking barely Increase S cure e jeweler to use News The home built in 1786 of Peggy Banks 97 burned at Gallatin serviceTennessee will not have to float a loan to pay the 296000 due January 1 as interest on State bonds It is said there are nearly one hun dred cases of smallpox at Murray Ky and the efforts of the health officials to stop the epidemic have not yet been successful Unknown persons dynamited the home of Ben Baker colored at Nich olasville tearing out a whole side of the house Baker and wife were un hurtGeorge Schlegel a young man of Mt Sterling was serionsly burned while playing Santa Claus at a Christ mas church in Montgomery county The fragile babe and the growing child are strengthened by Whites Cream Vermifuge It destroys worms gets digestion at work and so rebuilds the body Price 25 cents C C J E StormesDoc an old negro generally regarded by his race as something of a hoodoo was found dead at Danville with signs of having received a blow on the forehead with a club He had a pistol clenched in his hand Five of the Goebel murder conspir acy cases against II Culton Green and Wharton Golden W STaylorand Charles Finley are on the docket for the term of the Franklin Circuit Court which begins January 7 It is not likely that any of them will be triedEdgar Parrott a twelveyearold boy in Marion county thought he heard a burglar trying to enter the family residence He seized a shotgun to the house and the weapon was accidentally discharged wounding four members of the family An effort is being made among the Christians of Middlesboro to start a hospital for the benefit of the poorer class of mountain people The mem bers of the Northern Methodist church are back of the movement- A bill based on plans drawn by Ad miral Dewey Rear Admiral Crownin shield and Capt Evans will be intro duced in Congress providng for a reserve Thirty days active sea service a year for a total of 20000 men and GOO officers is contemplated Negotiations for the purchase of the Danish West Indies by the United States are progressing in Copenhagen The Uuited States has offered 12000 000 kroner The Islands lie just east of Porto Rico They are not profita ble to Denmark but could be made so to the United Slates The United States Government has recognized the musquito as the for the transaction of yellow fever and malarial diseases and in a gener al order by Maj General Wood to the soldiers in he directs that all soldiers sleep under musquito bars and that they destroy musqutoes by pouring petroleum on the pools where they breed also directing the filling up of stagnant and unused pools Pepsin Syrup Co DeWitt Ir Gents I cannot recommend Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin too highly It has been a great benefit to me Very truly Ray Buckley Sold by R E McRoberts druggis- tIt is hard enough any way for a bachelor to hold a baby but it is sim ply torture when the babys mother happened to be the girl who jilted him two years before If troubled with a weak digestior belching sour stomach or if you feel dull after eating try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Samples at McRoberts drug store Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will 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 r OC OC JloOOOOOOOOOOOOOO900000000oo thebattleship W defend Cub ire Anyone I ooo GCNERM entertainment f naval agency The State of The Teeth is an index to the character The re fined careful individual will not per mit them to be discolored or decayed without consulting the DENTIST We make examinations free and give an estimate of the cost of put ting teeth in perfect order OUR DENTAL WORK is modern highclass and guaranteed ALLOY FILLS 75 CENTS Ask our pa tients about our superior work DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently locateu next door to Building in Richmond Ky Office open all night Hobson a Govern ea 4 CL a You have patronized us liberally during the past year and we appre ciate it We shall be even more grateful if you will now call and pay your ac count McROBERTS Druggist Please Take Notice As my creditors in the cities are crowding me it very important so please at Once and Make a Settlment This is PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY Fine Cigars V Tobaccos PrEscriptinns SccuratElynQm paunded Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUTB A ET V 1 1 IM EiV rE f y fe l sjy T fri llt I 1 I R E rooJVVV 4 OGQO II I thatisI Call I myfriendsISALLI E D TI LLETT oool o r aviT J i I c b woooooooooeeeooooeeoaoweeeeeeooeeeeeeooeeeoeoeeoeooooeoeos 4 g eeoweooeeeoooeooeQOe0OreeeOOoeaeooeoooeoeooooGoeoe DOO W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY r S BEAZLEY JOEN SON DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office In the Bookout RulidiutrlMuvilIe street oppo ite Prusbyerlan church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F HUBBLE Attorney at law Real Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 15000000 f SURPLU Jio oooor LANCASTER A R DXNNT President JNO STOBMES Vice President S C DENNY Cashier T F ROBINSON JR Asat Cashr R T EMBRT Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno S Stormes W HKinnalrd R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Repsentii Fulton Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Kobe Nortji British THE OF j 1 KY t- odl E I D Cochran Kerch utile Aetna Life Iris Oagf Hartford Conn LI493r EXECUTORS NOTICE All persons having claims against of John deceased will present same debted to said estate will please pay theamount to the undersigned 31 A EV llllit Executor ELECTION NOTICE There will be a meeting of the share holdersof the Citizens Bank of LancasterKy on January Sin 1901 for the parpose of electing to serve the eu auiiiK year B F JIUDSOX DecS 1900 Cashier ELECTION NOTICE There will be an election held by the stock holders of the National Bank of Lancaster Kyat its bunk building between the hours of10 a m and 2 p m Tuesday Januarys 1U01 to yearVery3 iJW Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm containing Ztli acres iu miles of Bryantyule There Is a splendid six rooms ou the bum ice house granary atd all other necessary outBuildings water at door andof stock water on the place The place is well suited for stock farm All good fence Close to churches good school Rood reason for a smallerfarm or other business in exchange HENRY KUHLMANN 920 tf Bryantsville Kv ORGANIZED 1883 PITMS SATMAL BillU or LAwn A BTTT w Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HieaiNBOTHAX Lswis Y HAVILL VicePresldem B F HUDSON Caahlei W O RianxT Assistant Cashi Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHiaeiHBOTHAM LXWIS Y LBA TMABHOLD BF HUDSON W Lancaster story 4 rfuillug and Will lice den CD J the estae Sts BkN Tuesday Ili 1 WALxsa JV1LU- 1L Burton LIVERY Q0J SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER HT We make special Attention ot SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B tJ eU TON A f our d 000 000 Ho External Symptoms The blood may be in bad condition yet with no external signs no skin eruption or sores to indicate it The symptoms in such cases being a variable cppetite poor digestion an indescribable weakness and nervousness loss of flesh and a general rundown condition of the ijstem clearly showing the blood has lost its nutritive qualities has become thin end watery It is in just such cases that S S S has done some of its quickest and most effective work by building tip the blood and supplying the elementslacking to make it strong and vigorous I I My wife used bottles of S S S as a blood purifier and to tone up a and emaciated system with very marked effect by way of improvement- We a tonic and blood purifier J F DUFF Princeton Mo cc re several is the greatest of all tonics and you will find the appetite im proves atonce strength returns and nervousness vanishes as new rich pure blood once more circulates through all parts of the system- S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known It contains no whatever Send for our free book on blood and skin diseases and write our physicians for any information or advice wanted No charge for THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA At a sale in Montgomery county last week fodder sold at 22 cents per shockG W Deatherage sold to Harvey Chenault 300 barrels of corn at 2 per barrel in crib says the Richmond Cli maxAn Indiana woman recently took a large dose of arsenic to whiten her complexion The Coroner says she succeededAt John Stewart killed for Brent Bros of Paris 15000 turkeys for which he paid citizens of Nicholas county and 800 to pickers The Owingsville Outlook notes the of 31 crops of tobacco Only one crop sold for more than G cents while the others brought from three to six cents Crit Davis of Harrodsburgr the well known driver has accepted a position with the Pepper stables here and will enter upon his duties March 1 He will receive 3000 a year and 10 per cent of all the winnings On land where briers grow natural ly it is difficult to eradicate them Pastures may be overstocked with sheep which are fed extra and in this way cleared up but mowing them off each year will not run them out A few Angora goats are undoubtedly the best means to clear them up The goats will eat briersand brush erence to grass In wintry days apple butter is found a most agreeable addition to the me nu It is made by covering pared and sliced apples with good sweet cider then boiling the whole to a smooth buttery mass when it should have turned to a rich brown color Put this unto jars and tie down and you have a handy preserve for nursery and family use For farm implements of all kinds having metal surfaces exposed indeed for all metals likely to be injured by common resin melt them slowly to gether stirring as they cool This may be applied with a brush or a cloth just enough to give a thin to the metal serface to be The resin prevents rancidity and the mixture obviates tile ready access of air and moisture A writer in the Farmers Home Journal in speaking of the Tobacco Trust says I would call attention to the fact that the price of leaf to bacco of the white burley variety has been on the decline for two years and this season it will not average more than 7 cents while the price of the manufactured goods has been and now averages more than 50c a pound With the large per cent of sugar and figs and prunes and other cheap ingredients added to the leaf in the plug goods I venture the state ment that every pound of leaf tobac co brings a net profit of 25c to the manufacturers Every farmer should be a hog at to the extent that hog products can be consumed on the farm If he can do so and nearly ev ery one can he should also raise some pigs for market If his farm is large enough he should by all means grow and fatten enough hogs to fill a car and just as soon as they are in mark etable condition send them to the packery On small farms it may not be convenient to raise so many more minerals medicaladvice II AWIf jiCBC O P 14000 s tIes inpref quantity coating protected advancing raiser l ast r than is necesaary for home use But one or two or a dozen or twenty as the case may be put in firstclass con dition and sold to people in town or country who will not or do not raise their own Pavlns the Way live with you dear George on a desert be always near you that would be my great joy hence forth He You dear girl And that isreal ly all you ask for If there is one other thing I would like when were married it is that you will take a box at the opera for the season Will you George dear London PickifeUp How It Looked Cholly Chumpleigh Miss Colrteal aw how do you like my mustache Miss Coldeal It looks as though you got it at a bargain counter Cholly Chumpleigh who has been secretly touching it up with grease paint Weally I dont understand you Miss mean it has the ap pearance of being marked down Harlem Life Similarity Forward my brave men shouted Hannibal beyond the Alps lies Bali growled a Carthagenian colonel on the generals staff Later on Hannibal completed the re semblance by discovering that tome was not built in a day Baltimore American Ilia ntural Inference- If I were a queen she announced I tell you I would write some laws that would But a queen doesnt write the laws of a nation he interrupted How do you know she Because there is no reference to millinery in any of the codes he an Post The Worlds Fault There is one thing I like about you said the intimate friend and that is your lack of vanity You dont pretend to be the greatest actor the world has ever seen Xo answered Mr Stormington Barnes thoughtfully but I would be if the world would only come to see me Washington Star A Blow Emphasized Did you feel the blow when that young woman threw you over Feel it She wrote on a postal card that I neednt come to see her any more and I board in a house with three spinsters and five giggling Free Press Fixes the Blame When I finds de contribution box full ob buttons remarked Brudder women sew de buttons on secure anuf de men couldnt pull dem off Chica go Daily News Doing Quite Well Kind half a dol lar my poor man Instead of this way why dont you learn a trade Panhandler I would sir if I knew of a better one than of Action He wrote a quatrain on her eyebrow A sonnet on her throat And her father put a footprint On the fagend of his coat Chicago TimesHerald HIS HIGH DESCENT porkEx SheTo islandto SheYes ColdealI You talkHkea sweet g graduate demanded sweredChicago girlsDetroit soIPedestrianHeres living thisJudge ASonG I Italy Gertie He told me he s descended from the greatest houses in England say He used to be a housepainter yknow Ally Sloper Might Fill the Bill want a dog that will look terribly fierce but wont ever bite Dealer guess youd better get an iron one mum N Y Weekly ilLs Suspicions Aroused Mamma said Johnny I dont Re lieve this is a health food Why not son It tastes good Chicago Tribune No Need of Printing New Boarder I see they bill offare here Old worry Youll soon learn it X Y Weekly Exception to the Rule A woman doesnt always have the last word does she sometimes she is talking to another woman TitBits Conversation and Talk Yes he said reflectively conver sation is a lost Lost art she cried Why you just ought to hear us at our whist club- I was speaking of conversation he replied not merely Unfortunate Interruption Young spoke to the chemist and he advised me that I should Doctor he gave you some idiotic advice I suppose Stone He advised me to see you TitBits BertieDare LadyI meditativelyI haveno BoarderDont I Oh no art talkChicago- Post StoneI interruptingOh BODS Confinement of its Pain More children would be borne if the mother could be sure that the worries and tribulations of gestation could be avoided MOTHERS FRIEND that marvelous liniment is unique in relieving and relaxing all the strained as as organs There is nothing like it wwww I rt tanwas to MRS LUCINDA PASCHEL Ljunberton Art the abort statement when she I hue had children and was always in labor Iron to thirty hours This time I used only one bottle of only about four hours Friend is just what it is recommended to be I will DeTer be without it Sold by best druggists or sent by express prepaid on receipt of price 01 OO bottles Book written for women ages mailed free THE BBABFIEUB REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga sir tWCD tyfour Mothers Friend with child all per II in 5 t JAPANESE GRATITUDE Americans Experience After He Had Tried to Save a Drowned Boy Prank Morse the Princeton football player who has just returned from an extended business trip through China and Japan tells an interesting story about the Japanese says the New York Sun In the latter part of August he says I was traveling by rickshaw to Hiashima a small place in the interior of the island where there is a factory with whose proprietor I had some busi ness Just before we got there we passed through a small farming vii of a couple of dozen houses As we approached this village I noticed a little knot of people outside of a rice field who seemed to be very much about something I told my man to hurry up and when we came to the crowd I was told that a little boy had been drowned in one of the irrigation streams in the rice field He was lying on some straw on his belly and his parents were burn ing incense and crying softly while the relatives and neighbors exhorted the gods to bring him back to life Of course I did not know how long the boy had been in the water or what the chances of saving him were but I did that all the incense and wouldnt do him any good while the application of first aid to the might So I jumped down brushed the exhorters aside and picked the boy up I once that he was still 1 had seen wonders worked on drowned people and I sailed in Well I worked for an hour kneading his stomach until I got all the water out of him and then rubbing him from head to foot in to get the blood circulating I kept a lot of the villagers working too and if there had been any way of saving the little we would have lone it But he I had accomplished absolutely noth ing except to get my white flannels covered with mud and I wasnt sure but that the villagers might resent mj interference in their method of saving time in view of the fact that I had failed to bring him back to life I started to get back to my rickshaw when an elderly man motioned me to stay a moment I turned around and saw coming from every direction men and women with white cloths and bowls of water put the water down alongside of me and then went to work on my soiled clothing In a very few minutes they had me looking quite respectable again I wanted to do something in return for this so as the mother and father their dead boy away I gave my in terpreter some money and told him to take it to the parents with my anti tell them to use it for the funeral of the little fellow Then I jumped into the rickshaw and we went away on our journey I finished my business at the and later in the on the re turn trip passed through the same vil huge where I tried to save the boy Well ir the tip went ahead that I was and every man woman and child turned out to greet me They formed into two lines through which I passed In my rickshaw and as I passed they bowed low The mother and fa ther of lend boy came out find prostrated themselves on the ground in front of me I was quite touched by it all and felt that I would have given almost anything to be able to save that boy They would have detained us if I had let them but I still had a long journey to make and so insisted on on Well sir not satisfied with the demonstration they had made In my honor what lid the parents of that boy do but trudge over to the factory I had visited and try to find out who I was The head man there told them the name of the representative of my firm at and at their request he wrote a letter which I have just re ceived here in New York The letter is in Japanese but our man at Banto translated it for me and sent on both the original letter and the This is the letter referred to by Mr MorseWhen a gentleman from your New York office came around to this on his last visit to the matting district he passed a boy drowned in the ditch by the road As soon as he look at the corpse he went to him and his utmost efforts to rescue the every possible means the corpse being found un recoverable at any way he went away leaving the parents of the boy with a certain sum of money in hand and then he looked as if he had done nothing in itThe family being a very poor farmer in the countrj had felt the blessing as if they met with a light in the dark ness A few days ago the parents of the child proceeded residence here and heartily expressedtheir gratl asking me to send their best re gards to the gentleman with as much words of thanks as possible I shall feel obliged to you if you tire good enough to deliver their words to the gentleman Not Up to Date Oh the disgrace of it all wept the unhappy wife of the defaulting bank employe Alas Alas moaned her friends not knowing what else to say Oh the disgrace continued the sorrowing woman To think that Henry only got away with 8000 when everybody else is taking all the way from a hundred thousand to a mi lion Now when it was too late she real ized her mistake in marrying an old fashioned man Baltimore American A Protracted Spree your name Whats your full name That sh the name I alwaysh give when Im full Indeed Well whats your real name Why Ive been Smith sho ofen late judgelve clean furgot th uzzher Catholic Standard and Times A Mean Slap Very well exclaimed Dr Quick after his quarrel with the undertaker Ill make yousorry for this What are you going to dp retorted I the undertaker Retire from Philadelphia Press stn lage excited know exhortation injured sawat gonebut forfair an endeavor fellow gaveit They carried compliments If day coming tile go- Ing Ban o translation exerted boywith toll t de MagistrateWhats InebriateSmith practice boy courtesy factory village Unfortunately r 4 4 VINEGAR PIE Pathetic Story of Early Days In Ohio When Fruit Was Not to When one understands how pie is the glad epiphany of the souls yearning for beauty of living as it were the bud tip of a plant groping its way upward between the dull hard clods to sunlight and the air lIe understands also how some kinds of pie have a story to tell a pathetic story for those who can appreciate writes Harvey Sutherland in Ains In the early days of Ohio there was a vinegar pie A paste was made of and water Enough vinegar was added to give it a pleasant tartness find sugar was stirred in to suit the taste Then this was used as a fill ing for the top and bottom crust Smile if you can at this poor ef fort but bethink you who it was made it and where and why Ve may set the scene in a log cabin in the wild woods of the Western Re serve and people it with settlers from Connecticut an ambitious husband and his young wife who have left them the old folks at home knowing that they will never look upon their faces more They have come the long long journey in their covered wagon to the far west of to seek a home in the wilderness Indians are but barely gone timber wolves still howl nights while the young mother hushes her babe to rest In the twilight bears snuffle at the door sill of the rude cabin It was a suflicient shelter the weather but no rag carpet covered the puncheon floor to soothe eye with its soft coloring no pic tures hung upon the mudchinked wall of logs There was no food to eat The virgin soil never before turned by a plowshare brought forth riotously Standing at his door the husband might wild turkeys with his rifle There was game in plenty deer and possums wild ducks v 1 ri geons and once in a a feast of that most high i Sed meats pork Wild 1 c v all about and here and rt sprung a tree planted by enthu t that ic was almost a legendary in beneficent resolve to sc far and wide over the new couiury the fruit ever God gave to man There was plenty to eat but when at last the store of fruit for win ter was exhausted the soul sickened at the plenty of mere animal food- I woosht twas sot we could hey luck them we use to git back sighs the husband Land sakes Uriah Kinney I aint got one mortal thing I could make a aout o retorts the wife Xo I spose not I aint afaultln ye I was unly sayin I woosht twas sot we could liev a pie luck them we used to git back hum Twould kind 0 seem more luck Then the wife falls to biting the end of her forefinger She plans she meditates Oh woman of a thou sand wonderful inventions has got to give when thy brain throws its weight against a problem Result in this instance a vinegar pie Gosh Polly This is lickin good exclaims the husband wiping his mouth with one hand while he holds out the other for a third piece of Crockery was scarce in those days Then he spreads the news By darn says he to tIme next man he meets my Polly Ann a f me day bfore yistiddy was the allfiredest best pie I ever et Sho doubts the man that hears him Cant git this time o yer Fruts all gin aout D3 darn she med it anyhow and ic smacks his lips Smartest woman ever see Med it aout o vinegar she did Tell yeou Tetched the spot it didI to know says the other man admiringly And lIe did The recipe was passed around and pie spread like wildfire to southward to the people that call tv pail a bucket and a basin a pan qnrt where they have a letter r broad enough apd flat enough to roll ont pie crust on in case of an emergency Years have passed and with them tho memory of that dear soul that first discovered vinegar pie yes even vinegar pie Itself hums passed away too save in the recollections of the older people so complete is the tri umph of the selfsealing fruit can I have used the name of Kinney but that was because I thought it kind of Yankee but I should like to know her real name and where she sleeps that I might stand be side that weedgrown hollow that was once a mound above her that I might read the mossy epitaph on her lean ing tombstone A Faithful Friend a Mother Dear A Loving Wife lies buried here I should like to lay a posy on that grave a posy of oldfashioned single pinks and phlox and Sweet William flowers that she knew and liked I am sure she would know of it and appreciate it though she would protest it wasnt making a fuss about Yet I know that somehow she would feel that the hard times she had when they were all down with the fever n ager she and Jerushy and Uriah chilling one day and Adoniram and the twins chilling the next day and time cows got lost in the woods and nothing tasted good they were all so poorly and the house looked like distraction because seemlike she hadnt theambition to keep it picked somehow all that hard time was being made up to her now I just know she is in the Good Place not so much because she discovered the vinegar pie though that is much but because I dont see how the Good could ever have the heart to turn away any woman that brought up a family in Ohio away back in the airly days Immensity of Alaska A commentary on the bigness of Alaska is the following incident told from a point less than half way from here to Nome to bring a prisoner to Sitka to which place he had been sep tenced by a commissioner to serve three months in jail The prisoners time expired before they reached Sit ka and the officer turned him JposeW Boston Transcript lees flour that behind Ohio The Time from the lackof squirrels Ion Mall n up Lip A1 pleseed raggedwild hero his r best pie hum pie livin Something pie med pie nupple I vinegar th sounded worthwhile upthat Sometime Beilad irs I fan SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY PLAN INSURANCE REVERSED 4 V tY s We Pay While You Live They Pay When You Die Which do YOil Prefer Over 330000 paid in living benefits Over 1 Reserve and Surplus Over 6OOOO Paid in September Promotes Economy Guarantees Safety Secures Large f 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 t 7 4 Think AboutTIlIis We are here to stay All we have is located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesome haircut Certainly not Come to our shop and get the best work to he had Henry Duncan the old tf ASSIGNEES SALE As nssgnee tor Walker Bros I wit sell on easy terms two tracts of lanrt containing 80 acres each iu Garrard County inu good neighborhood near good well watered and in good state of rnltivatiou On one 1 a uood tobacco burn nod on the other a small dwelling house These will make homes I sirinr somali farm in neighborhoods where other land can be pur or rented WILLIAM Assignee are the most fatal of all dis KIDNEY DISEASES eases ILERN DON FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by physicians as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE and SJOO eminent 5 c 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