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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u F LY EKTENTH TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Class Matter OUIS LANDRAM Publisher c NllMB R d5 Tht 4 htothSecond I LANCASTERBuy your PlowsPlow Gear Wagon Breechhg From us and save money UM m IIMHIM no We have a lot of Col lars Collar Pads and Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains The best and most complete line HARNESS SAMLEBY We have ever had and our prices will please you J R HASELDM J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors t COOOODOOOOOOODOOOOO and r oo Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Sull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life Insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward AtLaw mn AND VICINITy PVVVVVVV C VQvWwVv r II u a u N MOM OO MOOOOC O MOlMOOONNOOOO O MMOMNNOW0 66 tI bANCASTEIt E The Grippe Cold that makes you rear Quinine with a fiery nip Boiling drinks to sIp and sip Lemonade and flip Back that aches from neck to hip Swollen nose and puffy lip Head that seems to go cazipp Pulse that shows a lively clip Strength that swift away doth slip Feet that stumble stub and trip Knees that toward each other dip Gait that rolls as if on ship Tongue thats fury to the tip Still more quinine nother nip Louisville Times Fresh oysters at T Currys New stock sterling silver for wedding presents at Thompsons J Zarings flour the best made try it and be convinced Patterson Symp For rent a nice office of two rooms on Lexington street For terms ap ply to Mrs Dr ONeal Dont forget we are headquarters for buggy harness See our prices W J Romans John B Laskey Agent for Nicho lasville Laundry All work guaran teed Headquarters Logan Dry Goods Store Give him a trialian10tf We have a handsome line of insert ings laces Allovers and Hamburgs just received and opened See them while the stock is unbroken J Joseph Coal and Feed Best coal alwavs on also a cheaper grade for those who prefer quantity to quality yet a good cheap coal Ship stuff shelled oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill Will Not Stop Work It will be gratifying news to their many customers to work at the Danville Steam Laundry will not be interfered with All orders will be attended to promptly and as usu al satisfaction guaranteed Think About Till 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 be had Henry Duncan the old reliable barber tf andrip I spoons son hand knowthat high spiced Embroideries s r No Time to Lose Bargain Hunters Like All Other Hunters Must Act Quickly 0 MMMOOMMMOeiMMMOCO M8 OlOMOoq 08MCiOM OMO MHMM We are cleaning out our Fall and Winter stock at greatly reduc ed prices We do not stop at cost in many instances go below cost so if you want to secure some of these Great Bargains you must hurry up or you will miss an op portunity to buy good merchan dise for little money Just Received A new line of hamburgs and laces which we will sell at Special Low Prices during our Clearance Sale Logan Dry Gcais Co uau iII MIII t r t 00 040 t 0 02 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 Ir0 Q 0c Q 0 0 0 e 0 0 cuurn 0 0 0 ee 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 000 00- Tho 1 Look at Withers Folding Beds Overcoats twenty per cent less than cost Logan Robinson Boys and childrens suits to close out regardless of cost Logan Why shiver these cold nights when at a smith outlay can get fine all wool blankets at Josephs in Furniture Wall Paper c at W W Store Room For Rent r Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf There was much encouraging rail road talk heard Monday The county can get the road if she wants it This is a foregone conclusion Nine good yearling steers weight about 650 John S Baughman Hyattsville Ky Sixty acres of land four miles from Lancaster Dwelling and out houses Well watered Apply to Will Hill The temperance lectures at the court house last week were slimly at tended on account of the inclement weather The lectures were consjder ed unusually fine When you are in Stanford call at Withers fufniture house The goods are thereto show for them selves and arranged so that you can see them Successful Start The Garrard Hotel is now open and has all appointments complete for the entertainment of guests The fare cannot be surpassed by any house in Kentucky All Other Girls Envious Paris has a pretty young lady so charmingly crosseyed that she can en tertain three young gentleman atonce and send them away each thinking that he monopolized most of her during the evening Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood Royston Mrs Wm Royston died suddenly t her home near Paint Lick yesterday morning The interment will take place at the Lancaster Cemetery this morning at ten oclock Owing to the late hour we received the information a more extended notice is impossible in this issue She was a sister of Arch B McKinney of Danville C nnty Court Day Monday was very disagreeable and only a small crowd came to court Probably a hundred cattle were at the pens most of which were sold at 3 to 3i some yearlings brought 385 and butcher cattle were very slow at 3c A number of plug horses sold at about the usual price It was a tame day all around The Race Horse Shaver Henry Duncan the uptodate bar ber has had Sam Blakemore working for himand thecustomers are delight ed with the work Blakemore has a wide reputation and is one of the best barbers in Kentucky When you get in Blakemores chair you are sure of a clean easy shave He can not be surpassed and is seldom equaled the big eastern cities The Town Kicker Winchester Democrat The kickers on the farm are not so hard to get along wish as the kickers in town On the farm there is the kicking cow and our long eared friend the mule while in town is the old mossback who wants all the privilege of munic ipal living without paying for them and blocks so far as he can every mu nicipal improvement The cow sold for beef and the mule traded for a shotgun but nothing but a fu neral will get rid of the town kicker Democratic Nominee c The Democratic county committee met at the law office of R H Tomlir son Monday and nominated the fol lowing ticket A D Ford county judge J A Doty county clerk Thos Austin assessor Jas I Hamilton county attorney- W L Lawson sheriff David G Ross jailor Miss Elisa Lusk school supt Jas P Bourne was nominated for magistrate in this district and Capt I M Dunn for the same office in the Bryantsville district The ticket gives i general satisfaction in the party and is considered by lead ers as a winner You can always IWq what you want Cart Stanford For Sale For Sale u todale attention I outside I ii f j Rob- Inson you Withers 6 maybe democratic Y c all shades at Jo sephs Pay your and save cost Logan Robinson Odds and ends in mens underwear for less than cost Logan Robinson Currey sells good goods as cheap as for inferior goods at other places Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Traveling men receive prompt and polite attention at the Garrard Hotel Fine sample rooms with abundance of light Rev L Robinson has returned from his trip to Huntington West Va and will preach here Sunday morning and Bryantsvillo Sunday night I want your butter and eggs also dressed fowls for which will pay highest price in cash or groceries T Currefy Dont fail to see our ladies shoes at 50 75 100 and 125 These prices are twenty five per cent less than manufacturers cost Logan Lobinson Special Sunday meals The new Garrard Hotel makes a specialty of Sunday dinners and sup pers All delicacies of the season pre pared in excellent manner Moves to Danville Mr J R Hill and family moved to Danville last week where they will make their home Mr Hill is a con tractor and has a big lot of work on hand in Danville Our spring stocks of buggies sur ries and road wagons are now coming in and are the largest and most complete lines ever in Lancas ter Prices cant be duplicatedW Republican Convention By order of the county committee a mass convention will be held at Mc Creary Saturday Feb 2 to nominate candidates for magistrate and consta ble in Buckeye magisterial district No 3 on the republican ticket Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here c C Becker- tf Bryantsville An Editor In Trouble get into trouble when no trouble is dreamed of as did the Missouri editor who thought he was writing a very nice obituary In speaking of a respected old lady in his own town he made his pa per say She was a devoted Christ ian until about four years ago when she joined the Baptist church of Mr JuXe Newlaad Mr Jake Newland an aged farmer residing near Hammack this county accidentally slujk a thon in his hand last week and died from blo l pois oning shortly after Mr gained much notoriety a year or two since by successfully raising coffee c n his farm The matter was published all over the country He was a good Christian man and enjoyed the confi dence and esteem of all who knew him Organized A Band A number of young tolks met at the New Garrard Friday evening and or ganized an orchestra Mr Long the accommodating proprietor of the Gar rard who is a musician of great and much experience kindly con sented to instruct the band and un der his able direction the members are making fair progress The organ ization will not make a tour of the great cities but merely meet and saw away for their own enjoyment The instrumentation is as follows Misses Fannie Collier Nell Johnston Willie Belle Burnslde Mary Gill Mr Long and Owen Shugars violins Will West clarinet J E Stormes and Overman cornets Louis Landram trombone J H Kinnaird bass Unfortunate Affair Will Hamilton and Ed Minor had a difficult Monday night in which Minor was shot three times One shot took effect in the arm one entered behind the ear and came out under the right eye and the other entered the back He was carried to the Garrard Hotel where Drs Wesley and Kinnaird are attending him The trouble came up on Battle Row As is the RECORDS rule in such cases we will wait the trial to get the particulars as then no injustice can be done either party Judge Burnside held Hamilton in the sum of 500 awaiting the result of the wounds The trouble is deeply de plored as both young men are very popular and have many friends LATER Drs Butter and Dunlap of Louisville came last night and brought an Xrays to locate of the balls They succeeded in getting it out brag McDermot who saw the shooting has been arrested and put in jail Little or no ROpe is enter tained for Minors acco nts youpay ph tons Editorssometimes notice Bath Nl land ability land one Embroidery elks Cu rey the recovery k A change in the firm of Logan Robinson will be made March 1st and in order to close the stock down as much as possible we will sell Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods 11 Ppr Now is your chance to buy highgrade merchandise for less than it costto manufacture same Remember we will sell FOR CASH ONLY If you ask for credit you will certainly be refused 2 r C lOGAN and RODINSO NI 10 p D o D o p 0 o Cert Less 0 0- o ThaliMallnfactnrersCost 0 0- o o o 0- o o o I o 10 E o o- eD o- D U Li Ei Crokinole Thompsons Lost black kid glove Sunday the 20th Return to RECORD oflice Mens and boys caps at your own price Logan Robinson Give us a call need of we have a full line Patterson Sympson With three or four large sample rooms the Garrard Hotel cannot be surpassed in appointments for men PreacMnjr at New Antioch Meeting will be held at New Anti ock the 2nd Sunday in February Ser vices conducted by Elder Holton Frank All are cordially invited Mr Robert T Whittaker and fami ly left this week Centre Kansas where they will reside in the future THE RECORD wishes for Mr Whittaker much success in his new home Telephone Moved The long distance Bell telephone has been removed from McRoberts drug store to the Garrard Hotel A neat soundproof booth has been in stalled and prompt service is guaran teed Splendid Order Only a few drunks in town Monday They were promptly run in The hoodlum element has about come to the conclusion that they can not raise then shove a log under it in Lancaster now Thats a thiug of the past to Buy or Sell Elsewhere in this issue will be found the announcement of Davidson Lan dram They have entered into a for the sale and buying of town property and farms and can make it to your interest if you want anything in this line All property listed with them will be extensively advertised in the CENTRAL RECORD wbich is the only way to get a good price for what you want to sell Its folly to try to sell anything unless you let the people know what you have Mr Davidson has had much in the teal estate business and while he looks after papers in the case Mr Landram will make a free use of printers ink to inform prospective buyers of the land to be sold Only a small will be charged and if no sale is made it will cost you boardSnd t for Yates hadesand WaRt partnership the per cent 4 other tn sat when in groceries traveling experience nothing- S We still have a beautiful line of French flannels for waists Gold and Silver and Buttons in great variety at J Josephs A few pairs of Buell Bootees left that we will close at cost Logan Robinson Patterson Sympson have just re ceived a nice assortment of Ladies and Children Shoes up to date Shoes at House For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick Robin son known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson We have had 27 years experience in the carriage business and are now bet ter equipped for doing all kinds of repair work than First class in every branch of it W J Romans A Fine Crop About the best crop of hemp we have heard of was raised by Mr Bright Herringat his farm on Danville pike On 2i acres of the piece he got 16OCO pounds which is also of a very super ior quality I Let 17 Prove Tills You dont have to run off to other towns to get a good hand made We are building them in our own little city Come material in them Money can not buy bet ter material thanwe are putting in these buggies W J Romans ASeralWeekly As soon as it is definitely settled that the Southern Railway will be constructed through Garrard county THE RECORD will be issued The new road will bring enough hustling citizens to the town to give sufficient support to the paper and we will immediately employ men and devote our undivided time to writing for the paper As matters are now the meagre support given the office does not justify the employment of sufficient hands to do thework and the editor is compelled to set type and do job work With this state of case it is easy to see why a better paper is This is a sad state of affairs but it is nevertheless true Some may say the right man is not at the helm Well mabe thats true too but how many other men have made attempt at publishing a pa per in Lancaster This is slightly personal and we beg pardon for it I i I Braids correctprices ever machanics buggy seethe going semiweekly additional I not sent out I I before Y the mentioning I 100 pairs of ladies shoes below man ufacturers cost Logan Robinson See the stamped couth pillows at Josephs They are all the go Jis5 ready for embroidery Grass Land for Rent About 350 acres of good grass land located near Bryantsville Hallie B Sweeney Bryantsville 17tf The grip is causing illness in every family in town Some persons are suffering intenselyand many have taken their beds While theres no immediate danger yet a little im prudence will bring on pneumonia For Sale Mrs El 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 Important to Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 pulled itself together last week and is starting under flattering prospects for a run of work There will be work at the meeting tomorrow Fri day night beside other matters of great interest to the brethren Be there on time CHEAP RATES To New York City via the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway On account of the spring meeting of the New YorK Merchants Associa tion the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail way will sell round trip tickets to New York at one and onethird fare on the certificate plan good going on February 13th to the 17th inc and March 1st to the 4th inc and will be good to return 30 days from date of sale On this basis the round trip rate from Lexington is 2460 and tickets will be good for stopovers in Washington Baltimore Philadelphia not to exceed ten days in either place The Chesapeake and Ohio the only line from Lexington andCen tralKentucky with through sleepers and Dining Car service through to New York without change Any information given or reserva tions desired will be made on receipt or advice If you have not yet regis tered with the Secretary of the New York Association better do so at once Geo W Barney Div Pass tf Agt Lexington Ky More page 3 almost in- I t Crockery successful Routers Local onr CENTRAL CORD THURSDAY JANUARY 311901 XVEKT WEKK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY J R mUB 8 MONTHS THBEH ONE YJUBIN ADV 25 ilk THE following from the Graphic is one of the prettiest ser mons ever printed in so few words I saw a dancing bubble upon the surface of a restless river For a moment it sparkled with golden light as it caught and held the sunshine glory and I thought how beautiful it was Then it went down For a moment the river told where it had vanished and then swept on without een a ripple on its placid bosom And I thought how like our lives was the bubble on the river moment we sparkle in our tiny spheres hope and toil and struggle love and long and dream and then go down beneath the surface forever In a short time the tiny ripples we have caused die out and the great river of humanity lows on undisturbed So let us strive within our brief existence to reflect only the sunshine nor mirror the clouds above us TIlE unlucky men all are kin they all have certain qualities alike says An American Mother in the Ladies Home Journal They have eyes keen to look into the root of things but which also dream dreams and see visions they have hot human blood they love or hate in no halfway measure To each of them too comes at matter what the business or pursuit may be by which they strive to push their way among men and grow sudden disgust of it heartfelt and real a con tempt for the work and its successes They dream of something before them better than money or office and they try to clutch at it So they go thro life groping for success with one hand and for their dream with the other lose both We must choose either God or Mammon as master and keep faith with him it we mean to succeed MUCH talk has been stirred up over the fact that the flag on the White House was hauled down to half mast through respect to Englands dead Queen The great respect shown between these two nations is One is afraid and the other glad of it so they are constantly prancing around courting one another Down in their hearts John Bull and Uncle Sam have little love but they know that if they ever have a scrap both a sound drubbing It is like unto the two biggest boys at a country school nothing can cause them to fall out Now THAT Sir Knight McKmley has been given such a cordial invita tion to attend the Louisville its dollars to pig tails Teddy Roosevelt will endeavor to get the degrees in time to receive a bid and wear more gold braid than any high muckamuck present He is sure to make the attempt but whether he will be found worthy and well remains to one of the few very few high honors in this country which money and wirepull ing will not obtain A CHURCH at Stanford is being con verted into a livery stable and only a few weeks ago the Middlesboro opera house was also remodeled into a home for the horse While this is out of the ordinary yet the buildings will be occupied by the best citizens the state affords A good horse is worth ten of the average men of TENNESSEE is the latest state to pass an anticigarette law These laws not worth the paper upon which they are printed As long as the gourdheaded boys can get the price the cigarettes will be forth coming Its like a fellow who wants a drink and has the price it can be found and that quickly THEY say Mr W J Bryan 10000 from a soap maker for the use of the last page of his new paper A bigger lie was never invented You can take ten thousand dollars and put an ad anywhere these days We St Peter would take that sum for an ad on the back of the check on his key ring THE RECORD is glad the Lexington Herald did not hold to the 8x10 size it was experimenting with last week Col Breckinridges into a paper that size was very much on the order of a 200pound maiden sitting upon the knee of a 95 pound lover AN ICE plant with a capacity of110 be able to keep enough on hand to make mint juleps and toddies for the citizens of that hustling city remains to be seen COUNTRY towns are adopting the sensible idea of numbering their This is a good plan we presume but when we are unable to find our house nothing short of a friend or a policeman will help us out of the trou ble Such little pills as Little Early Risers are very easily they are wonderfully effective in liver and bowels F p Frisbie f J LaGrange For a 1 February timesno richa andthey amusing willreceive Conclave qualified today are refused suspect editorials Lexington houses DeWitts taken and cleansingthe silvery be seen Thats t butch M t PAINT LICK Henry Spratt went to Cleveland 0 on important business C B Engleman sold a good farm horse to J D Goodloe for 75 The little son of Mr Harve Rolston died on the 20th of pneumonia- J D Goodloe bought a good saddle horse from Mr Meadows for 50 Dr Poyntz is able to be out again after being confined to his bed days Some of our merchants are the rag and threaten to make war on each other Jas Rucker returned home Satur day after spending several days with his parents at Berry Mrs Josie Campbell Miss Mattie Wylie James Ralston and one of H Ralstons children are all low with pneumonia There is more sickness in this com munity than ever was known before Dr Casenberg went to see twenty dif ferent patients in one day What is the matter with our street lamps They are all right They look mighty pretty in the day time but dont shine much at night Mr Jacob Newland stuck a thorn in his hand while at work and died from the effects He was eighty years old and greatly liked by everybody Mr Richard Butler who has been acting as depot agent here for a couple of weeks returned home Monday He made made many friends during his stay BRTANTSVILLE Rev Robinson will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday even ingMr S M Steadman sold his farm to Will Baughman of the Bend vicinity and has purchased of Mr Mote Scott his farm Mr Scott contemplates to Lexington to make that city his home We regret giving up such good neighbor citizens but our loss is their gain Mr Charlie Rouble of Buena Vista neighborhood had the misfortnne of getting his house and contents de stroyed by fire on the 10th The was away from home at the time and nothing was saved It was insured Also on the 26th Mr Gene Berkely had a tenant house burned near his dwelling which caused him very much uneasnessit being so close it was saved with difficulty Mr C C Becker is much improved and will soon be able to be out again also little Fannie Holcom who has been very ill with pneumonia is bet ter Little Miss Allis Jennings of Danville is visiting relatives here Miss Allice Dunn of Danville is the guest of her sister Miss Mittie Mrs Haselden visited relatives in Danville last week MT HEBRON Grippe pneumonia and measles are raging in this vicinity Mr N T Grow sold his hemp seed ClOp at 175 per bushel Lewis Murphy has rented a piece of land from Mrs Lizzie Allen for 100 Mr Dennie Scott sold his hemp crop tj Mr Glass at Hickman for 5 per hundred Rev Wolford of Louisville filled his appointment at this place and Sunday and delivered two ry interesting sermons Miss Jennie Rogers of Stanford spent Saturday night with Miss A E Scott Miss Una Montgomery was the guest of her parents Saturday night Miss Myrtle Uptonof Station was with her sister Mrs Job Marsee the latter part of last week Mr Samuel Duncan visited his sister near High Bridge last week McCREABY There is a great deal of sickness in this neighborhood Miss Jennie Gulley of Hiattsville has been visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs John Lackey Little Ethyl V Saddler who has been quite sick is improving rapidly Morgan Sutton of this place and Miss Sallie Smith of Hubble were married Thursday the 24th at They were driven to the home of the brother Davis Sutton of this place where a nice supper was served The bride is an young lady and has many friends who wish her much joy in her new life The groom is an industrious young man W H Furr has a nice Jersey cow and young calf for sale W H Furr traded a work horse to James Rogers for a bay filly and 7 Hayes Anderson of col sold a nice saddle horse to Leslie Barber for 85 Mr Geo Archer has returned home after spending several weeks in Ten nesses There was preaching at Good Hope last Saturday and Sunday by the Rev Bryant George Rogers has moved on the Boy S Lawson farm which he has rented for the year 1901 36 Mrs Jake Newland is dangerously ill of pneumonia also Mrs Geo Elam is very low of a relapse of measles If troubled with a weak digestion belching sour stomach or if you feel dull after eating try Stomach and Tablets Price 25 cents Samples trey at McBoberts drugstore s i i s for Chewing going family partly Saturday e Faulkner Lancaster immediately pastor t1 r several v groom accomplished FLAT WOODS for x PfiEACllERSYILLE We are having some real winter weatherJ has gone to the mountains to buy some slop cattle Our school is progressing nicely new scholars are arriving con stantlyJ has the foundation of his house laid and will press his house to completion at once Mr Dan Green of Pulask county was here the first of the week looking for a farm to buy He is a fine citizen- B F Patton of Bryantsville passed through here last week with 22 nice mules which he bought in Whitley Our school gave an entertainment Saturday night which was well and highly enjoyed All per formed their part well and Prof Mc Kees lecture on Astronomy was fine J J Barton and Miss Hackley of Lancaster paid our village a pleasant visit Sunday George Archer was in our town Saturday Rev Hobbs went over to Cartersville Saturday to till his appointment there BETTIS The farmers are hustling plowing their corn land Hogs are scarce in this community W S Bournes sheep are dying with a dicease unknown Auctioneer Am Bourne is confined to his room with grip E Dunn raised 6800 hemp from six acres of land Speaks and Adams saw mill is in B Marsees woods cutting from 3000 to 5000 feet per day Mr Taylor Horse and wife of Swee ney spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Mary Ann Sutton Mr Holtz claw and wife spent Wednesday with her parents Mr Robert Bettis and E S Bourne attended court at Monday the latter sold his horse BUCKEYE Miss Bettie Broaddus of Kirksville has been the guest of Miss Minnie Gulley several days Mr and Mrs James Hardwick are visiting the ters sister at the Falls City at Sanders Ferry Mrs Amon Manford nee Miss Emma Ray of Frankfort is expected on the Falls City Wednesday morning to visit Mrs Herod Ray Miss Letia Ray of Saunders Ferry will enter Mrs Jos per select school Monday Mrs Joe entertained a few friends at tea Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs J W Teater and Frank Hawkins of Harrodsburg Miss Georgia Ray entertained a few friends at tea Saturday evening About a fortnight prior to herdeath Mrs M E Logan handed her husband a ring she had worn her whole wedded life a period of thirty years telling him to whom she wished it given and from whom she had received it Which hitherto had Deen k e p t a secret There is being a novel written within the realm of Buckeye about which hangs a very sad romance entitled A Nameless R i n who was Wronged The parallel of the story is well known by the villagers I was given the pleasure of reading a por tion of the manuscript but without being able to suppress tears It will probably be ready for the press soon A family hard by having thrice their share of sickness aroused of their fellow neighbor who at the home one day last week and proffered a hand of assistance which was readily and gracefully This is my commandment That ye love one another as I have loved you St John 1512 NEARER DIY GOD TO THEE The Hymn Written by an lish Girl who did Not Know the Glory That Awaited It As a writer as a poet there were few in the literary world of London in the forties who had not heard of Sarah Flower Adams the gifted wo man to whom all Christendom today pays homage in its love for her hymn Nearer My God to Thee writes Clifford Howard in the February Ladies Home Journal It was written in 1840 and had subse quently been set to music by Eliza Flower and included in a collection of hymns written and composed by the two sisters Only within that year had their book of Hymns and Anthems been published and the hymn was destined to inspire the world had then been heard but once or twice and within the walls of a single Palace Chapel LondonIt not however until after the year 1860 when the present well known tune was composed for it by Dr Lowell Mason of New York that the hymn attained its widespread popularity Up to that time it bad attracted but little notice Through the spirit of Doctor Masons music it was quickened into glorious life and brought within the reach of every congregation and every Christian soul But this was long af ter the author of the hymn had pass ed away She died in 1848 without knowing of the triumph and the that awaited her work grave in the little village of her birth is by any monument to her fame Cut this out and take it to McRol erts drug store and get a free of Chamberlains stomach and Tablets the best physic They al so cure disorders of the stomach bil iousness and headache l and attended lbs of running V Danville lat Tyronetook Simpson gOr the sympathy convened accepted war En immortal that churchSouth sympathetic glory Her unmarked sample liver M r 1 county r News The Shotwells were indicted at Williamsburg for the Coroin mur dersJudge Pratt by filing in the Court of Appeals reopened the contest for the office of Attorney Gen eral of the State At Lexington Richard T Nugent shot and probably fatally wounded William Mahoney a and It is expected that the British Par liament will be asked to vote more money for the support of the new Kings family The annual report of the Chief of Police of Lexington shows that the year there were 2461 arrests made of which 981 were white 1460 colored 1671 male and 760 female The convictions were fewer in than for years Hon John G Carlisle was sued for 2000 damages in New York by a whom be caused to be arrested on the charge of stealing a sealskin cape belonging to Mrs Carlisle Mayor Weaver and others called on President McKinley and presented him with an invitation to visit Louis vine during the triennial conclave next August The president said he would come if he could Senators Elkin and Lindsay say that the Rivers Harbors Bill will be amended so as to provide for the improvement of Big Sandy river Senator Elkins has offered two amend ments to the bill in the interest of the Big Sandy By a vote of 132 to 100 the House agreed to the conference report on the Army Bill In the course of the speechmaking Mr Hull gave Shatter credit for the Santiago o ii iipi one of the greatest plt nc i Jinu fought in any age Hon John S Sweeney wa today appointed postmaster at Paris More than 50000 Filipinos have sworn allegiance to the United States in Iloilo province Henry Idol was found dying near Livingston with his head crushed in There is no clew Li Hung Chang favors the plan of gradual evacuation of China by the foreign troops The Thirtythird and Thirtyfourth regiments were ordered to Manila preparatory to being sent home January cotton was boosted up to 1025 on the New York market on a desperate rush to cover by shorts Several women of New Washington Ind played Mrs Carrie Nation vis Two valuable race horses were burn ed to death in a box car at Russell vine and two other animals were burned so badly they are worthless A Lexingvon firm is credited with selling to a Chicago concern 8600 bar rels of whisky representing an outlay including taxes of over 600000 It develops that the situation re garding the Creek Indian uprising has been exaggerated and there has been no uprising There has only been some disorder Deputy Sheriff James Stockdale and William Morton a farmer fought a pistol duel in a Mfr Sterling saloon Saturday and both were badly wounded Stockdale will die Poli tics caused the trouble The Rev S S Deering aged eighty six minister of the Methodist church since 1839 died Sunday at Nicholas vine Ky The Spanish cannon which was loan ed to Lexington by the United States Government and disappeared shortly after its arrival there some months ago has been found in a rnbbish heap EARLY STRAWS OF FASHION Fancies for the Coming Spring that Have Won the Approval of French Women The drooping hats will be much seenin the Spring Gowns are made long on the should er yokes and collarettes are run down long on the shoulders or the should ers are trimmed Tucks will be very much in evidence the coming spring and summer It is really too early to tell whether the furor for gold will run over into another season We wait and see if we feel gold when the summer days come Cravats are seen on the new cloth gowns Cashmeres will the com ing spring and all the women at Nice and Monte Carlo are wearing the light pastel in cloth and the pale pinks blues and beiges as usual Mixed cloths are very much seen that is to say black with a liberal peppering of white gray with white and pastel blue For slender women nothing can be prettier for the spring than the with basque barks consisting of three little pieces on each side one over the other and rounded at the ends Above these pieces is Katharine de Forests Paris Letter in February Ladies Home Journal This season there is a large death rate among children from croup 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 also be relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung of adults Pleas take F P Frisbie I rCOOOOOOOOO004000eoocoo record saloonkeeper during proportion cabdriver and American Saturday runninghis must be t boleros abelt antto ooseaeaeaoeoaoooeowoaoaaoa x o GENE Rh a grocer popular shades troubles A Givlne Hobby a Hint Mrs but 1 wish I was a Mr Skinner Why so dear v Mrs Skinner I just thinking today if I was only a man how happy I could make my wife by giving her a diamond necklace for a birthday pres ent In Boston me Your brother will not keep himself clean The SixYearOld Well mamma it is hardly reasonable to expect a threeyearold child to take a deep in terest in his personal appearance Puck Indefinitely Continued Willie Pa whats a you promised me when 1 answered your last question that you wouldnt ask another know but this is part ol the same question Philadelphia Press Easily Sntified Some of these fellows who go about singing 1 would not live al ways remarked the Observer of Events and Things seem satisfied to live any old way Yonkers The Penalty of CnrcIeMsnen The here You want tc carefullyThe sir I know a man let one tall on his toes last month an he aint out of the hos pital yet Brooklyn Life AIvrnjH Appropriate He musingly Let me see What is the rest of that old saying When in doubt She helpfully Give her a dia mond Judge Couldnt Help Herself did you come to accept Mr Saphead had to He proposed to me in a canoe and he got so agitated I was afraid wed upset X Y Weekly A Glorious Exit Tubbs is somewhat of a snob isnt he Snob Say hed die happy if he could get run over b3 a millionaires automobile Chicago Record In Need of Treatment you think I ought to have my daughters voice cultivated AbsentMinded Visitor I should Active and Talkative When a man admits a partner to his joys and sorrows remarked the Overseer of Events and Things shes not a silent one Yonkers Statesman Not lUnch Left Lady Where is my trunk Baggage Man I couldnt find any trunk mum but Ive got the handle with the check on X Y Weekly SkinnerOh man MammaDear PaNow WillieI Statesman OwnerSee ClaraHow Doral FatherDo somethingdone was Tit Bits j j No otherr I cot fee goes so I far or ivest such entir satisfaction as I ARBUCKlES ROASTED COFFEECosts only e cent more than the common kinds lives more cups and bettercoffee to the pound than of its many imItations Save theone entities you to a definite part of some useful article Look for thesash p kiln ARBUCKLE BROS Notion New York Dept City N Y Using the Arms and limbs as levers thus stretching all mu des to which they give attachment and moving the flesh from side to side the entire length of the limb stretches and softens those muscles thus permitting a free flow of the fluids and nerve forces to those parts a stoppage of which means disease in some of its varied forms One horough treatment of any arm or leg will often instantly cure and al ways relieve a case of any nature in the extremities and a very few treatments will effect a cure The Cerebro Spinal Cord is the great trunk from which spring the spinal nerves which with the cranial control all the difierent muscles and organs It is contained in the spinal column which is very flexible consisting of many seperate bones held in position by muscles and ligaments As the nerves escape from the spinal cord through openings in the different sections of the spinal column the muscles in this region should be very soft and elastic Contraction here means interference with nerves that may control some distant part and a consequent diseased condition of the part involved until by or accidentally you stretch the muscle at fault on the current from that great dynamo the brain and once the machine moves forward normally We find that there ate very few nervous or organic troubles whose origin may not be traced directly to the and cured by moving and softening by deep manipulations all des of the spine at the origin of the nerves involved Diseases of the Head such as catarrh weak eyes deafness roaring in the head dizziness and in fact almost all disorders of the head are caused obstructed circulation and be cured by using the head as a lever and thus gently stretching and freeing all the muscles of the neck In the space at our command in this circular it is impossible to give the read er more than a glance at the wonderfuly simple and common sense principles of Osteopathy Diseases Successfully Treated We the following list of diseases and many others after every other known remedy has been tried and failed CereboSpinal Meningitis Eczema Brain Fever Granulated Eyelids Headache Dripping Eyes Pterygium Dizzines Polypus of Nose Catarrh Enlarged Tonsils Diphtheria Croup Whooping Cough Asthma Goitre Pneumonia Hay Fever Indigestion Torpid Liver Lack of Assimilation Neuralgia Of Stomach and Bowels Gall Stones Constipation Fistula Flux Piles Kidney Diseases Dysentery Irregularities of the Heart Rheumatism or Neuralgia of all parts Female Diseases Atrophy of Limbs Paralysis Veins Milk Leg Measles Mumps Chicken Pox Fever or Coldness of any part of the System and Nervous Prostration We are particularly successful In all cases of Rheumatism Dropsy Paralysis Heart Disease Flux Chronic Diarrhoea Asthma Dislocations General Debility Short and Difficult Breathing Lumbago Headache Kidney and Catarrh Our treatment is prarticulary adapted to all Female Diseases We often find a slight dislocation in the spine caused by a sprain or accident and a consequent pressure upon the nerves that control the genital organs A very few treatments always gives relief and a continuation of the treatment a permanent cure In giving Osteopathic Treatment it is not to expose any part of the patients body except in rare instances which would be self Ladies are required to remove tight clothing and bands substituting a loose with which they may provide Wecan furnish you testimonials of many seemingly miraculous cures made by us throughout Central Kentucky Our consultations are free and our t rms Give us a call at our office next door to postoffice Lancaster Ky Respectfully DR c M KENNEDY P M H In A Nat manipulation thusturning may cure often Varicose necessary wrapper Ostoopilatily Shell more spineS ban limited i evident themselves reasonable r Y4 Y Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing digestive or is the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other results ofimperfect digestion Largesize contains 2 times smallsize Book all aboutdyspepsiamaiiedirea Prepared by E C DeWITT a CO Chicago Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each in Garrard county a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WILLIAM HEUNDOK tt Assignee HIGHEST CASE PRICE PAID FOR SKUNK SKINS I Want 25000Correspondence Solicited Kudol I lrtceSOc and 1 3 in Gastralgia Cramps and neighborhood A E Second SUMain CINCINNATI d Dan 174t KINDSOF GUTTERING REPARING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge- of our shop and we guarantee all wor to be firstclass J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store 0 11 I OJ 0 II 0 I 0 00 fALL i I I II I I I I I I I I I I I oooooseootwo t- lLw c 7 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAYJANUARY 31 1901 Miss Nora Sandidge is visiting Miss Pearl Ross Miss Jennie Duncan Is in Stanford visiting relatives Little Eugene Beazley is reported as some better today Miss Lida Arnold of Marksbury is visiting Miss Rella Arnold Mrs Louis Landram will the married folks club this evening Mrs A II Rice will leave this week t join her husband in NashvilleTen nesseeMisses Sandifer of Danville have been Miss Sallie Lou Myers guests for a few days Miss Mattie Thompson is at from a visit to bliss Maggie Bright StanfordMiss Bradley has returr ed home from pleasant visit in FrankfortMr Wet left Wednesday for Washingto City where he has a position Mr J M Farra and wife have been spending a few days with Mr Joseph Burnside and family The crokinole club net Friday eve ning with Misses Robertson and Hil 9 ton at the home of Mr R H Batson Miss Ida Grant the efficient for the CourierJournal and Stan ford Journal has been quite ill but is much improved Ed Walton of the Interior Journal aud Joe Waters of the Lincoln Demo crat were here Monday mingling with the court day crowd The doctors say they were never so busy as at present The grip is caus ing in nearly every family in the town and county The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club meet next Tuesday after noon at three oclock with Miss Mary Gill Stanford avenue Jjf Miss Gena Dunlap after 1 i weeks visit to her cousins Missts Bertha and Mary Burnside left for her home in Lexington Lexington Wood G Dunlap left last night for New York He received a telegram from a law flrmof that city to leave at once to attend to legal business in connec tion with some Kentucky land deals The following invitation has been issued Misses Anderson- to meet Mrs Allen Thursday afternoon Jan thirtyflrst two to four oclock CardsShelby G G Gil bert and wife arrived last Friday night from Washington D C Mr Gilbert returned Monday evening to his Congressional duties after attend ing to some business matters here Miss Mary Gilbert is still in the Capi A moderate outfit for a bride would be a good street costume several odd bodices a black skirt a silk gown and a house gown These with the clothes which she already has entirely and remodeled and a amount of neatly made undercloth ing is all that any girl in moderate circumstances needs trousseau even less would be in order Emma M Hopper in February Ladies Home Journal rlooo entertain to reporter ill sever HeraldAttorney SentinelHon j renovated for s j OUT REOhb s oooo009ooovooooo00000 J I h homer e friencs accepted I I trout h yesterday I 1 j p f I i to city I I I her Miss Maggie Tomlirison gave a cinch party Saturday evening Dr J W Wesley of Middleburg is visiting his son Dr Wesley Master Joe Price has returned from several days visit to relatives in Gratifyirg news has been received that Miss Nell Warren continues to improveMiss Wooldridge has returned from a months visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Kate Simpson who has been quite sick with grippe is reported much better Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden have re turned from a visit to relatives in NicholasvilleMrs Packard and daughter Miss Fay have gone to Winchester to visit relatives Misses Mary Bright and Elizabeth Rochester of Stanford are guests of Miss Mattie Thompson Messrs John F Shugars and A S Miller of Carlisle Pa are guests if Mr William Shugars and family Mr A McKee Kinnaird and bride of Middlesbsro have been spending a few days with his parents Squire Kinnaird and wife Miss Annie Royston has been suffer ing for the past ten days with a se vere case of la gripp Her sister Mrs Gaines has been teaching for her Mt Vernon T Short our splendid deputy U S Marshal is an applicant for the deputy collectors place under Denton and stands a fair chance of getting it Mrs Cleo Brown who recently purchased a mil linery store in Georgetown will leave in a few days for that place to take clarge and get in readiness for her spring opening It is with much re gret that the people of Mt Vernon give her up Lexington Herald Mr Walter Hi att who has been traveling and in Europe will return home to day Mr Hiatt was formerly a mem ber of the staff of The Morning After completing a course in Kentucky University in the French and German languages he visited Germany and France for the purpose of studying more thoroughly the lan guages and customs of those It will be remembered that he has written a number of interesting arti cles for the Herald Mrs Louis Landram gave a progres sive euchre Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington The guests were Misses Maggie ron linson Mary Woldridge of Denver Bertha and Mary Burnside Bettie Anderson Altie and Bessie Marksbu ry Messrs Alex Denny Millard West Bob Davidson J H Kinnaird Ed Do ty Frank Marksbury Ernest Brown Ben Herndon and Mrs A H Rice The score cards were red hearts tied with red ribbon The first prize a slver paper cutter was won by Miss Tomlinson The second a silver tooth pick by Mr Denny A delicious re past followed the game Prof C M Kennedy of this city and Miss Carmen Davis of Nicholas yule were married at the residence Eld A R Moore on Lexington street Sunday afternoon The bride was one of Nicholasvilles leading society belles and a young lady of beauty and accomplishments Prof Kennedy has been very successful in the practice of osteopathy in this city and county He is a young man of good habits and to his business in a manner which has won for him the confidence and respect of all our citizens The happy pair have rooms at the New Garrard I I S SignalW Herald nations attends Danville a studying Davidson Landram Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Parties having Farms or Town Property for sale will find it to their interest to call on or write us Property listed with us will be extensively IN THE CENTRAL RECORD We Let the People Know What You Have To Sell We Find a Buyer For the Seller We Find a Seller For the Buyer i Titles will bs examined Contracts and Deeds written Mortgages released etc all FREE OF CHARGE We charge nothing for our services unless sale is made NO SALE NO PAY If you have property for sale you sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Parties desiring to buy are invited to investigate what we have to sell C For further particulars write to or call on 1 0 I JZ I it I ADVERTISED f 1 I can L DavidsonRr3 OR Louis Landram Law Olilce over Stormes store Central Record office tftff V T w v 5 I 1 1 0 3 Overflow Local y Vefttern Rate Reduced Greatly reduced oneway rates will be in effect from Chicago via the Central Railway to points in Minnesota North Dakota Montana Idaho Oregon Washington and Brit ish Columbia each Tuesday commenc ing February 12th and continuing un til April 30th For detailed inquire of nearest ticket agentor address T D Campbell D P A W CRy Building Cincinnati 0 or Jas C Pond Passenger Agent Milwaukee Wis Jan24tf Lancaster Luck Stanford Democrat While in Lon do i a few days ago we met L F Hul ble of Lancaster who has made that place his headquarters since he has been in the real estate business He made a cool 5000 in a deal in Eastern Kentucky some months ago and has an option on 100000 acres of coal and timbered lands along Rockcastle and Cumberland rivers in Rockcastle Laurel Pulaski and Whitley and in Scott and Campbell counties in Ten nessee Mr Hubble bought the fa mous Rockcastle Springs last week but declines to give the figures Editor In HI Glory It is seldom a country editor gets higher than the festive cob pipe in the smoking line but THE RECOUD office was perfumed in great shape the other day when Mr F P Frisbie the uptodate druggist gave us a twenty five cent cigar For the few min utes that it lasted we forgot the tri als and tribulations of a printing of fice stuck our heels on top of a job press and dreamed We were white folks The office cat went to the woodshed the devil made a sneak for home a couple of creditors who ventured in jumped out the sec ond story window They thought it impossible for an editor to put on style 281 From 1 to 500 That might be a riddle or an invi tation to a church fair but it isnt Its a concise way of calling public at tention to the fact that The Royal Tailors of Chicago have authorized us to reduce prices on 281 Fall and Winter Patterns all the way from 1 to 5 per and weve done it Our prices on this high grade tailoring were very low before but now they afford absolutely the best investment a man ever made in the way of dress Come and see these patterns we have them all you nothing to look and but to our guar antee is your safetyvalve And heres a friendly tip They wont last J C Hemphill statement in the last issue of THE RECOUD that I was a candidate for police judge of the of Lancas ter subject to any action that miglt be taken by the democratic commit tee resulted from the belief that the committee had jurisdiction in the city as in the magisterial district But since the committee refuses to take action as other candidates cline to submit their claims and as it is generally believed to be a I am an independent can didate and solicit the suffrage of my republican as well as my democratic friends promising to discharge the duties of the office faithfully Very truly M D Hughes Will Bring Suit A suit is being prepared against the Cumberland Teleghone p any which will be brought in the name of the State under Section 201 of the State Constitution which prohibits a railroad telegraph or telephone com pany from purchasing or leasing a parallel or competing line or exchange It will be presented by Attorney Gen eral R J Breckinridge assisted by other eminent men of legal knowledge who will show that the monopolys purchase of some half dozen independ ent telephone exchange and toll lines during the past year is illegal and void The case will be vigorously pushed in the interest of the people A Short Sad Story We Ice saw a young man gazing at the ry heavens with a 1 and of pistols in the other We Ndeavored 2 attract his attention by reading a U in a paper we held in our relating young man in that of the country who left home in a st8 of derangement He dropped the t pistols from his W with the is I of whom you read 1 left be4 my friends knew my design I sought the of a girl who refused to lislO to me but smiles upon another from the houseuttering a wild 2 the God of love and without replying 2 the of my friends came this t of pistols to put a 2 my exislOce My case has no in this g Exchange Teeth Large as Roosevelts On Wednesday last old Pap a big stoopshouldered with red chin and hailing from Creek was in town to get his teeth repaired The dentist who undertook the job was dumfoun ded to find imbedded in a cavity of one of the back teeth a large grain of corn The discovery caused old Pap to look like thirty cents While sitting around the fire long winter evenings it seems that the gentleman had been in the habit of eating large quantities of parched horse corn which fact undoubtedly accounted for the presence of the kernel in his tooth He had no idea it was there no indeed The tact that it parched kept from sprouting incident is probably 4 I 42 Carew Gen Man while suit costs buyand Explanatory- The Com tin a 2a 9hIt led II I Gunter Howdy I the it Wisconsin Information s little always city des nonpolitical office herewith A individual whiskers mans was The t r 0 i without paralelin the gory annals of dentistry It shows that no when exploring the gloomy of the human oral cavity can ever know just what he may dig into The profession is full of risks Being aware of this dentists are generally more or less nerved to face noxious gales and strange revelation BIG FIRE AT DANVILLE Lyons Nichols Flue Steam and Valuable Property D imaged In Danville A special to the Louisville Times says the Danville steam laundry was partially destroyed by fire at 1 oclock Tuesday morning entailing a of about 12000 and throwing twentyfive persons out of The upper stories of the occupied by the laundry owned by G D were badly R Gentrys meat market and the Danville Ice and Coal Company also suffered damage to the amount of five or six hundred dollars But for the waterworks the fire would spread to the opera house and post and wiped out the business of the town The laundry was one of the finest in the State and the best of its machinery nearly all of it new te ruined It is pretty well in sured and is also the building and Sam Lyons and John Nichols owned the laundry It will be six weeks or two months before it can be put in operation again The fire started in the upper room at the laun dry in the building adjoining Lyons Nichols announce that the laundry will be rebuilt and in the meantime all orders from customers will be filled promptly Death Front LockJav News of the sudden death of Mr T L Sanders of Stone this county caused deep regret all over the county Mr Sanders was tearing up a floor in an outhouse last week when a plank slipped and drove a nail into his foot The wound was not a large or very deep one and Mr Sanders continued with his work for a day or so when he was forced to take his bed The pain creased and bloodpoison set up which finally caused lockjaw possible was done for his relief but to no avail He lingered until Sunday afternoon when he passed away Funeral services were held at Scotts Fork church Monday conducted by Eld A Meldrum of Lexington and the remains interred in the Lan caster Cemetery No man was more widelyknown in Garrard county than Mr Sanders nor did stand higher in the estimation of the peo pie In early life he united with the Christian church and was a leader and zealous worker for the cause of Christ He was an elder in his church and did more than anyone else for its maintainence He leaves a widow and ten children his being the first death in the immediate family They have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement They have lost a good husband and father and the county an honest upright and useful citizen Mr Sanders would have been 49 years old his next birthday The Way to Kill tile Town We devoted much space to telephone talk this and last issue Its not all meant for telephone exchanges but is published in order to spur the people up to standing by home enterprises If people cant support the institu tions of a they ought to move out of it What encouragement is there for capital to invest here if the people are inclined to take up with every stranger who brings in his scheme Its this way If Lancaster is good enough to make money in its certainly good enough to spend money in No business in Lancaster feels this sending away for work more severely than does THE RECOUD office There are men in town who dont want anything printed in Lancaster except an occa sional free puff and send all their work away for which they pay much more than for the same job right here We are not alone if you please There are other institutions who catch it in the neckequally as hard Any busi ness institution has to depend upon its income of course so when you give it poor patronage you may ex pect shallow service We know families who order their flour from the city yet they think the home mills ought to run on and pay out as much Jpr labor as if every family in town patronized them It may be well enough to do this if you get bet ter prices save about a sixteenth of a cent but it would be the fair thing least ask the Lancaster mans pri ces first This is getting to be a seri ous question and it will never be every fellow patronizes the man who patronizes him The following from the Cynthiana Democrat covers the case here so ful ly that we reproduce the entire ar ticle Read it carefully It is understood that the Cumber 1 md Telephone Co will ask for a fran chise to do business in Cynthiana This means very likely that the Cum berland contemplates building a new plant in this city with the object of running out the local company and controlling the business We do not know that this is the object but we believe it is quite probably so Now of course our people are opposed to monopolies combines or trusts of any and every kind and it would appear that the local company had secured a monopoly the Cumberland shoud not be to come in It is well knowr jhoweve the Cumberland is controlled by trust with an nehse capital back of it and that for niontas it has been endeavoring to se Other property loss Batterton damaged- R h a v e portion Henry goldbrick I stoppeduntil That Way In I a e o O dentist recesses Laundry employment building office Everything anyone town I several tat Its Lancaster allowed that inn 0 ii cure absolute control of telephone in Kentucky The Cynthiana Telephone Co is a home institution owned and controlled solely by home people and certainly no one can say that it has not been moderate and just in its rates and has not furnished fiistclass service The money which this home company earns remains in Cynthiana is spent or invested here and in that respect helps build up and strengthen the town We do not think there is a citizen who would wish to see the Cynthiana Telephone Co Tim out or be made the object of attack by a powerful corporation the city council sees fit to grant the Cumberland or any other company a franchise the rates should be in such a that justice done to all parties concerned For instance if a new company comes in and reduces rates to a low figure that figure should by ordinance be fixed as the regular rate for all time There should be a minimum and a maximum rate and whichever is selected at the start should be made perpetual In some places we are informed the rate has been cut to fifty cents a month until some competing company was driven out of the field and then raised to exorbitant figures If a fifty cent rate is established here let it be fifty cents from this date to eternityThis we believe is the sentiment of the people and the council should respect Many a bright and happy household has been thrown into sadness and because of the death of a loved one from a neglected cold Coussens Honey of Tar is the great cure for coughs colds and all pulmonary Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes Clothes may not make the man but it is useless to create a disturbance by going around without them The properties of Ballards Snow Liniment possess a range of usefulness greater than any other A day seldom passes in every household where there are children that it is not needed Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes Every man thinks everybody else knows him thats why he writes his name so you cant read it Pepsin Syrup Co DeWitt la Gents T cannot recommend Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin too highly It has been a great benefit to me Very truly Ray Buckley Sold by R E McRoberts druggist A man may be both a success and a failure he may be a success as a and a failure as a success Heroine should be used to enrich and purify the bloodit cures all forms of blood disorders it is especially use ful in fevers skin eruptions pimples blackheads scrofula salt rheum and every form of blood im purity it is safe and effectual euro Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes The man who is a little selfish dis plays more horse sense than the one who is too generous The merited reputation for curing piles sores and skin diseases acquired by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve h s led to the making of worthless Be sure to get only DeWitts Salve F P Frisbie A man is always wanting something he cant get and is always getting something he does not want The most soothing healing and an tiseptic application 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 It is a wise man that knows his own name when he sees it in the newsp per list of hotel arrivals 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 Every man is supposed to know his own business but it is hard to con vince some of his friends that he does Persons who suffer train not expect to live long because they cannot eat the food required to nourish the body and the products of the undigested foods they dp eat 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 interests Therefore- if regulated maybe sorrow remedy counterfeits ever indigestion- can poison F P I ailments especially failure boils Dyspepsia A GOOD NEW YEAR GIFT A set of S S White or Justis Teeth mounted on the best Rubber or Zylonite guaranteed to be the best in the world and each tooth is for only 750I- fyou have had your teeth stuffed full of cotton Iud tilled over the cot ton it will pay you to see Dr Hobson before you loose those teeth Teeth Extracted 25 cts Amalgam Fills 75 cts Gold Fills 150 DR Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently orated next door to Government Building in Hobson Bldg Richmond Office open all night Ky c branded L HOI SON r You have patronized us liberally during the past year and we appre ciate it We shall be even more grateful if ar count McROBERTS Druggist Please Take Notice As my creditors in the cities are crowding me it is absolutely necessary that I have all that is owing me immediately This is very important so please Call at Once and Make a Settlment This is meant fog all that owe me and I trust my friends will respond to my appeal D PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY I 6 will now call and pay your R E I I 0 i i I I i I i I I E TI rSYbKVWVWN WWWMiwVWM you o4oooooeoooooooo4ooosoooo0000000o00oooo4a4oooaQOioooooooao ooooo9000OOOOOO L LETTooo000- 0000000oo000OOOaoQ ooooaooocooooo00000000000000000000oooooeee I Fine Cigars Prescriptions AccuratBlyCQm Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT BAlMVILIiE pounded I itro = W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHSTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S BEAZLEYV DENTISTTeeth extracted without pate wth Vitalized Air Office ill the Bookout Building Danville street oppo te Presbyerian church JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineer ingand 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 BANE z493 THB NATIONAL CAPITAL 5000000 l f OF SURPLU jio 00001t LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STOKMK9 Vice President S C DENNY Cashier T F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMBRY DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A Jno E Stormes W HKinnalrd Aetna QueenPalatine National Hartford Conneticut German Americans Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North Mercantile Bookkeeper C R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Representin Followin Companies l It lama Lifo w Co 0 s t Robinson British fliarffrCui Tobaccos Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm containing Sia acres Ik miles south oi vile There is u splendid story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good burn plenty of stock water on the place The place is well suited for stock farm All under good fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will a smallerfarm or other business iu exchange HENRY KUHLMANN 920 tf Bryantsville Ky For State Senate We are authorized to announce Hon Gtcrge T Fitrris as a candidate for renominatiou LT Tate Scnntor in comprising the counties of Lincoln BoyleGarrard and Casey subject to the action of the Democratic party For Senator We are authorized to announce EWLiHuid as n inuulMate for the nomination of Senator for district subject to the action of the Democratic party d outbuildings tae Hstrltt the 8th T J Hood 3 this DENTIST Office over Blue Grass Grocery Iticlin ond street All work done promptly and satlfuct orily Charges reasonable ORGANIZED 1833 PITIOT KATIOSAL BARK U OF LANCASTER rr Capital Surplus Fund 50000 1OOOO BUSINESS SOUCITEU Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed j M HioaiNBOTHAK Prealden LEWIS Y lAiviii TicePrealdent B F HUDSON Cashier W O Bian Y Assistant CD WAUCXB Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHIGGINBOTHAM LXWIS Y LXAYILL- T 3t ABNOLD B F HUDSON Cash JJ WALUP Burtons ISALE FEED STABLE 1 LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always qn4 hand for sale v W B BURTONS y Y our x CATARRH Catarrh has become such a common disease that a free front this disgusting complaint is seldom met with It customary to of Catarrh as more than a bad cold a simple inflammation of the nose and throat It is in fact a complicated and very dangerous disease not at it very becomes so The blood is quickly contaminated by the foul secretions poison through the general circulation is to all system Salves washes are unsatis factory and disappointing because they do not reach the seat of S S S does It cleanses the blood of the poison and eliminates from the all catar rhal secretions and thus cures thoroughly and permanently the worst cases chant of Spartanburjr S C writes For year I soon Mr T A Williams a I adin drygoods U mer nasal Catarrh with all the disagreeable effects which belong to that disease which make life and unendurable I used medicines leading physicians and of friends but without getting any better I then began to take S S S It the desired effect and cured me Iliad a case 01 d est rs en severe and takinC bottles In my opinion dne now in use that effect a permanent cure of Catarrh S S S is the only medi I is the only etable purifier known and est of all blood and tonics medicines becomes deepseated and chronic but be gin at once ie use of S S S and send our book on Blood and Skin Diseases and write our physicians about your case THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA This months receipts of cattle Chicago will reach about 250000 largest January receipts since 1893 and 63000 more than two years ago Pigs pastured on rape are healthy They relish the food and it seems to keep them in fine con ditionThe horse stock of theUnited States has increased in value since 1897 000000 With something like 14000 000 horses in the country this an improvement of about 15 per head There is no reason why a farmer should go into his spring work with half his winter work undone The weather has been too fine for that Over and over it must be urged that a too exclusive feeding of corn to hogs and especially to young growing hogs tends to weak bones and muscles Corn is the great finishing food Pigs grow rapidly on skimmed milk mixed with shorts fed fresh good food is oat meal as in place of shorts with the milk These are among the best feeds for rapid growth in pigs The Boston Horse Show offers a 500 prize for stallions suitable to getting carriage horses the stallion to be shown with two of his get The Coach horse a few days ago had a decided inning as to prices in the Chicago market selling at 200 and up to 600 each They were Iowa Illi nois and Missouri bred The pure bred sire is just as to keeping sheep up to a good standard for both wool and mutton as the pure blood sire is in growing or cattle or hogs 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 StormesThe horse markets for the past two weeks reported sales of good grade draft horses at 275 to 225 and horses at 90 to 140 JCoach at 200 and above Flock masters in the extreme southwest under the growing for mutton are paying less to wool Asa byproduct they esteem wool as profieable but in sections are bending every efforj atmutton production Farmers who went right along breeding draft horses during the de pressed times now see in the present demand ana good prices the wisdom Twelve pounds daily of the grain food for a dairy cow may be reliedon as a valuable ration viz six pounds corn meal and six pounds of bran Or midlings along with good hay Like that Clark county fellow some years ago George W Leach of Sulli van Ind will establish a skunk on his farm east of Sullivan the second experiment of its kind in this country Mr Leach expects to realize quite a sum from furriers in the United States and Europe by dealing in pelts taken from these animals The fur which is when dressed is called in this country Alaskan sable and only those persons who are expert can detect the difference Ex If you have Catarrh dont wait tJ1ti1 it remarkably 150 represents Another essential horses medium horses demand attention many promisesfollow- ing I clover 1 I industry manufacturing valuable or I aLe weSt- and A Book of Girls amf WomenS TURKEYS AND STRAWBERRIES BtulneiSB Schemes of Two EnterprU Yankee Girls In the Phil Ippine lilaad Strawberries are selling at 250 per pint and they are canned that This is the statement which caused Miss Agnes Slocum of a certain town In Vermont high in the Green moun tains to open her pretty eyes Then she closed them and during the they remained shut she pictured such visions of life in the Philippines as caused her family to utter excla mations of surprise says the Seattle PostIntelligence I am going to Manila mother announced Miss Agnes at dinner that day and when I come back I will bring a fortune with me Now I am only plain Agnes Slocum but when I return it will be as Miss Slocum the millionaire planter It takes a good deal to surprise a Vermont farmer but Farmer Slocum and his wife and the rest of the Slo cum family were amazed when Miss Agnes unfolded her plans She intended to go to the islands with a trunk and box the former to contain her wardrobe the latter to transport a large stock of strawberry plants It is neither too hot nor too wet for them there announced she for I have studied it up and next season I shall have all the strawberries they can eat in Manila and Luzon and maybe enough to send to the sultan of Sulu I do not know where I shall locate but most likely I shall select a nice rolling piece of land back of Bacolod and there where the soil is well drained I shall plow and make out my rows then the little plants will be carefully set in one by one and another season they will be with berries What shall I charge per quart That depends As much as I can get for them Well after some consultation Miss Slocum started out with 500 which she thought would be more than for her needs for a year and the good wishes of Tier friends That was early in the present year The first letter received from Miss Slocum planter reported that she two acres of excellent land not far from Bacolod and that she had set out her tiny plants and was waiting for them to grow They were doing remarkably well for the first season as few of them had died Miss Slocum added that the for fresh American berries was much greater than she had supposed and that all her crop for the first been engaged As soon as possible she would divide her roots and extend her field of making a strawberry farm of ome dimensions The idea of setting out the plants and holding back of them to assure a continuous crop had entered her mind and might be successfully worked Grace Elliott Page is the name of another girl who is trying her in the Philippines She is also a New Englander a Maine girl and her dream was to raise turkeys in the Philippine islands AS the weather is very favorable part of the year and as turkeys only need to have shelter provided for them during the rainy season she saw no reason why they should not thrive on the Pacific coast as well as along the coast of the Atlantic and as for demand there was no question that An American turkey in the Philippines a plump Thanksgiving turkey brings its price According to her calculations every turkey will be worth 5 to Miss Page and the feed will cost almost as nuts grow wild and native foods are very cheap Miss Page took the steamer for the Philippine islands in March She took with her a cargo of turkey eggs two incubators and 100 live hens Her idea is to divide the labor of hatching the turkeys between the hens and and so bring her turkey farm into the world There have always been turkeys in the Philippines but such turkeys Thin and of poor flavor illplumaged and undersized none such as grace the American board on Thanksgiving dayMiss Page read of the turkey abroad in our Pacific colony started for the island of Luzon to raise turkeys That she will there is little doubt The only thing that stands in the way of the permanent success of these two women farmers is the fact that they are young and pretty and there are many marriageable men In the islands Maybe they will remain girl bachelors but the chances are that they will marry before the season is over Swallow Carrier The question of employing swallows instead of pigeons to carry dispatches has been seriously considered in France The aptitude of the swallow for the work is by many held to be even greater than that pigeon They fly to a greater height and are therefore less exposed to being shot and they travel faster making nearly 80 miles an hour where a would only get over 50 It is also claimed for them that they are more faithful intelligent and have not on long journeys to stop to feed as the pigeon has It is also asserted that the swallow can be more easily and quickly trained Chicago Chronicle On the Road to Panic Fond is the smartest child I ever saw If anyone set a river on fire he will when he grows up Pond he will bless his little heart Only this morning jfound him starting a fire under the piano Philadelphia Call st i 4 IRa a 11 minute Philippine packing loaded sufficient hadsecured demand season hadalready operations portions fortunes about n thing incubators situation and succeed that ofthe pigeon FatherThat an MotherIndeed j t 0 fit s I ttttMOTHERHDDD SENT FREE T tells plain facts that everyone of the gentlersex ought to know Its common sense advice saves pain and anxiety Qne or more expectant mothers they will do them a great favor booksent to Addressthe publishers TUB BRBHELB KBGCLATBB CO AUuts Ca c addresses I U T P g Spnad Ike Glad Tidings a a t A MUM PARROT It New Owner Tried to Get It to Tulle Hut Failed and No Wonder Though he has regretful periods of abstraction during which he is liable to indulge in all manner of farcical capers he is generally well liked and respected by his neighbors on the West side His last lapse grace almost resulted in social os tracism however He was going up Jefferson avenue like a sandscow beating against the wind when a beautifullyfeathered parrot in a bird store window his bibulous fancy Bird in th two in th store he muttered as lie en tered and struck bargain the Detroit Free Press When he and Polly wandered into resort where a number of friends were gathered they were greeted by the chorus Only a bird in a gilded cage a beautiful sight to see Polly did not prove to be a con genial member of the crowd and she had made one or two short and uncomplimentary remarks which seemed to be highly embarrassing to political candidate she was removed to a rear room until her owner should be ready to go home That was not until far into the shadowy hours He did not forget the bird in the gilded cage or at least the conspirators in the joke did not allow him to forget his purchase of the afternoon All the way home he provided rare en for the street car passen gers by his onesided conversation with the parrot which strange to say ignored him entirely Polly seemed to be morose and abstracted She was either thoroughly ashamed of her new owner else she was al read3 beginning to pine for the of her kind In the bird store No amount of cajolery or would induce her to converse and she sat bolt upright in her cage with a stolid and indifferent expres sion on her countenance Meanwhile the passengers nudged one another knowingly and tried hard to suppress their merriment Pretty Polly lie would say coax ingiy Shaay Polly why dont talk eh Ye down yonder an what makes ye so darned stuck up now what I bought ye fur an if ye dont talk Ill have to take ye back thash hie all Arrived home he renewed his ef forts to induce the parrot to be so cmble He was becoming impatient when a member of the household on the scene He took in the situation at a glance Why said he thats a stuffed parrot you have in there It was fellows at the downtown resort had substituted a dummy parrot for the live bird The rage of the now halfsobered knew no bounds Despite family protests he engaged an iceman to drive him to the place where he demanded his bird and an apology There all knowledge of he substitution was denied and then the iceman was instructed to hurry his DArtagnan steeds to the residence of the man who was believed to have been at the bottom of the joke He lives near the victim and when awak ened from a troubled sleep he looked out of the window and beheld in the daylight glimmer the spectacle of a man making an impassioned speech from the seat of an ice wagon he concluded that either he was still dreaming that the iceman had gone suddenly crazy or that the house was on fire and that the iceman was giv ing timely warning When he learned that it was his friend engaged In a of denunciation he realized how serious the little affair had become and hastened to patch up a truce All the neighbors were aroused and they held it against the earlymorning orator for some time OUR CADETS FENCE WELL A Team at the Naval Academy One from the Visiting Warships of France When the French warships which re cently visited this country arrived at Annapolis the cadets of the naval acad emy sent a chalenge to the cadets the visiting vessels for a fencing contest The challenge was accepted and the contest took place in the naval academy gymnasium and was conducted according to the fencing regulations says the New York Tribune The French tean included Ensigns Roy and Franquel from the Cecille and Ensign from the Suchet On the American team were Naval Cadets Adolphus An crews of Texas Lewis B McBride ol Pennsylvania and Sidney ii Henry ol New York There were nine bouts of which the Americans won seven In points the Americans scored 32 and the visitors 18 The naval cadets felt confident before the contest began that they would win and were anxious to have the American public know that they are able to cope successfully with Frenchmen in the art which has its highest development in France The pleasing feature of the contest was the friendly spirit which prevailed From beginning to end both parties were generous and courteous rivals The Frenchmen took their defeat with French politeness and the Americans did not goat over their victory Registering Millionths of a Second In a recent lecture at the Royal London Sir Andrew Noble that in experiments with high power explosives used in guns a chron scope had been employed which the velocity of the projectile at 16 successive points before it left the bore It was possible with this to register time to the millionth of a second In the older experiments where the the velocity did not exceed 1500 or 1600 feet per second the recorded its time by knocking down a series of steel triggers into fhe bore But with velocities of 2500 feet and more per second the instead of dropping frequently plowed a groove in projectile and another device was necessary Youths Companion He Loved It Friend Do you love country bet I do Ive held a government job for 12 Syra cuse Herald i e y j i alcoholic attracted handhicsworth a relates f after companionship persuasion talkedhicnuff Wellhicthash appeared truethe purchaser ear1 morning frenziedspeech Defeats S on- board international Institution mentioned registered apparatus projectile projecting trigger the your PoliticianYou years y prompt Pert 4- a d co JU is in C is A I a t tie Mother 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 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 drug and may be given as con fidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by R E McRoberts druggist Quality and not quantity makes De Witts Little Early Risers such val uable little liver pills F P Frisbie Some men remind one of a toy bal loon if they were pricked with a pin there would be nothing left of them When threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble prompt relief necessary as it is dangerous to We would suggest that One ute Cough Cure be taken as soon indications of having taken cold are noticed It cures quickly and its ear ly use Man born of woman is of few days but the haughty selfmade man thinks he ought to live forever Many of the blotches pimples and other affections ol the skin are caused by the failure of the liver and kidneys to cast off impurities which remain the system Herbine will stimulate the liver and kidneys and cleanse the system of all impurities Price oOcts C J E Stormes No man can be absolutely perfect not even a perfect some of them are near it very near it Pepsin preparations often fail to re indigestion because they can only albuminous foods There one preparation that digests all of food and that is Kodol Cure It cures the worst cases of indigestion and gives instant relief for it digests what you eat FPFrisbie The more you club a mule tlc more you may and some men act u belonged to the mule familv Prominent Chicago Worn Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vice President Illinois Womans liance in speaking of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says suffered wit 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 found it was pleasant to take and it relieved me at once I am now recovered saved a doctors bill time and suffering and I will never be without this splendid medicine For sale by R E McRoberts druggist A man needs no spectacles to see the beauty of uprightness when he looks at it through an iron barred door Beat Out of an Increase of Hi Pension A Mexican war veteran and editor writes Seeing the 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 pension fur on every renewal a dose of it restores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is and safe to take For sale by R E McRoberts druggist There are many acres of rough waste land on scores of farms that are wen adapted to grass and which would be admirable for sheep and thus put lost dollars into the pockets of the owners Reconsidered A Topeka man lost a small opal of his ring and went to the to have it replaced Returning home he found the lost set and it in his mouth for safe keeping hurried back to the jewelers to have that set used instead of the new opal Rushing into the store he said Say Ive found the old set so dont use that new one He attempted to remove the stone from his mouth gave a gulp looked sheepish and said 1 guess youll have to use the new stone That man needed a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Sold by RE McRoberts 1m A Mistaken Idea Mrs Isolate of Lonelyville Ferdi nand they say that if a person hopes to be always contented with a sub urban home he should buy it under conditions when it shows off to the worst possible advantage Isolate wearily Well that is the way I bought this place on a hot dusty day in a perspiring gang at a lot auction while a poor band played chestnutty popular tunes and a dirty boy passed around free warm beer and driedup sandwiches r Boston Eight Nations Eight different nationalities were represented in the graduating class ot the American college for girls in Con stantinople this summer They were Greek American Hungarian German Austrian Armenian Bulgarian and Italian A French play given by the graduating class was one of the tea tures of class day N Y Sun The Force of Habit Is the boss in asked the stranger entering the drug store No replied the absentminded as Statesman A11HI Fault Josephine you didnt buy me any birthday present Well Joseph you forgot td the money Indianapolis Journal His Natural Inference me darling am I the only woman you have ever loved He Huh Do you take me for j I delay prevnts consumptionFPFrisbie chumpbut digest classes Dyspepsia the I Ilk a severe entirely JJ prominent advertisement pleasant set- out jeweler putting Glob I we just goodYonkers SheTell I l I E ugh rious HMis- Sa eve s S gain 4 4S clerk but have something give in AdamPuck t rj NO FLOWERS IN GUAM According to Good Authorities tin Natives of That Inland Do Not n Care at All for Them Lieut W E Safford U S N in the receipt from Charles L Wight of a quantity of seeds and useful plants sent to Guam writes interestingly as follows of life and conditions there Lieut Safford is a scientist of rare attain ments a fact which makes his servatipns of the more value says exchange The of this island in gen eral show little appreciation for They never make leis nor wear the flowers in any way Only three or four in the entire city of Agana have flower gardens and they are laid out in a haphazard manner They cannot understand why anjbody wants to plant anything which Is not edible or which does not furnish some useful product Mr Haughs has sent some fine things among which number of ornamental palms quotes the Hawaiian Star The cannot understand what we want with them There is a viuage of islanders here These people always wear flowers in their hair and remind me somewhat of the Samoans The other day a species of Alyxit maile was brought to me I was de lighted for although it is of a species from the Hawaiian and Samoan maile yet it has the same fragrance and the glossy deep green leaves I said How the Hawaiian love maile why is it that you people do not love to wear flowers One ol them said Do you take us for save ages like the Carolinas The next thing you will be expecting us tc make great the lobes of oui ears like them so to carry beads ani weeds stuck through them i Calculator with Two BraIns I A man with two brains is surely i novelty yet Dr Charcot the Frencl specialist inclines to the idea thaI the lightning calculator and human phonograph is so blessed Thii phenomenon made his first at the Paris hippodrome and certainty a new attraction to tin already big list of stars at that house His memory for figures ii mainly auditive One of his feats it the addition of six lines of sixfigures a multiplication of six figures by figures the division of six figures five figures and the extraction of th square and cube roots of five figure all at Chronicle Aluminum Replacing Copper Wire Copper wire is used to carry tricity because it is such a good Aluminum is also a very good conductor and is beginning to take the place of copper for electric because it is cheaper Anothei advantage is that it is only half a heavy although it must be 28 per cent larger in diameter The greater size of the cable makes insulation cosl more Little Chronicle Mysteries of the Fiddle understand tit takes more than one man to make the different parts of a fiddle Crimsonbeak Yes the fellow who makes the noise doesnt usually make any other part of Equal to the Occasion A wag who thought to have a joke at the expense of an Irish provision dealer said Can you supply me with a yard of pork Pat said the dealer to his give this gentleman three pigs feet TitBits Precaution What would you do if you were to suddenly fall heir to a fortune asked absurd question replied the other I am not so shortsighted as you believe I went through all the family records and made dead sure that I couldnt possibly fall heir to a before I turned anarchist Washington Star Fresh Whats new asked Borem then to make Himself at home commenced Philadelphia Press j s f j I I acknowledging President flowers area native Caroline different holesin andi appearance his onceChicago conductor transmission YeastI itYonkers Statesman assistant anarchistThat I fortune paintYoure I M o ob- Iai iiI1 cia I A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILEc8 liD z I au m c 1rr1g I I I mro mfqLl1rTIII tnT I U z CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Ctif of INTERNAL and PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JMSFBALLAHOS Pnfrietif 310 lid Hail SfreeUT LOUIS EXTERNAL Ill STOR IES DRUGSTORE WORMSu u u MOftft c ONE WEDDING ROMANCE Remarkable Reticence of the Amen can BrIde Who IB of Royal Lineage There is a woman living at Brook line Mass who is entitled to because of her extraordinary thing for one of her sex She is of high royal lineage but none of her friends discovered the fact until accident revealed it She is Mrs Anna Perkins Slade and is the niece of the dowager queen of It was only the other day when she walked to the altar in a wedding gown of such superb jeweled embroidery as only convents of the old world can produce that the story of her relationship to a spouse of royalty became known She had to explain the wedding dress It had been sent to her by her aunt Elise countess of Eola and dowager queen PortugalAnna might have gone to had he pleased and been in the court of Portugal a bride for a nobleman in that proud little decadent old kingdom hut foreign titles had no charm for the little American girl says the Washington Times She had already met a nobleman whose title to a glorious heritage a poll crowned in Europe She was born Elise Hensler in father a poor Hebrew workman in that trade of which it said that it takes nine of them to make a man He had a tiny shop in a back street and made a specialty of the garments that were in those days held down by straps under the shoes Elise assisted She had a marvelous voice and beauty At 16 she sang for the first time in public at Springfield The devoted fathers savings sent her to Milan to study and at 19 she was singing in La Scala Then back to the triumphs in Xew York and over in tile royal box at Lisbon Some time after this and in a less public place he fell on his knees and prayed that she be his bride And when a grandee of Portugal wooes it is not done in a style that leaves any suspicion of half heartedness or any question as to tile outcome The duke of SaxeCoburg the kings brother obligingly made the Amer lean girl Countess of Eola so that her royal rank and that of the royal though crowned king had merely been taken by the queen of Portugal through whom the succession her consort as Victoria married the late prince consort The son of that union was on the throne and his dowager father if the term may be used had to ask his per mission to marry again It was grantee readily and Countess Elise was given the title of dowager queen though there are numerous ladies of the Portuguese court direct relatives of the king who have precedence over herThe old king and his bride lived in a richly kept estate at Pena outside of Lisbon and there his widow lives to this day honored still as if she were a queen of the blood and mem ber of the house of Portugal Just the Right Term He says he has settled down to business again remarked the com mon friend Hes hit it exactly exclaimed the merchant lIe couldnt have chosen a better term He has settled down but he hasnt settled up Chicago Post He Knew Them Higgins Was that your son I saw with you yesterday did you think he looks like me thought those madeover pants looked like the pair you used to Transcript Somewhat Confaslnjc To get our names straight I have striven But the problem seems accursed Ones first name Is the last hes given While the last name is the first Chicago Post eminence reticencean Portugal Lisbon presented possible consistedof gistonlyAmerican Bostonher is marvelous EuropeFernando equalityThere cameos WigginsYes HigginsI wearBoston I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancas ter on Danville pike WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEQualityMoetinQusaSty Bestin Fr 2OlsarsHas LdallWiraRdksJa IaJaJa JES 1 41 lAME F MALLARD Louie r a- rbY t 5 t SEEDS a Purchased from W fid Stubbs Co2 Produce PayJnjr Crops nail the most satisfactory results Our Stocks lire tha best and we carry the largest assortment 01 Seed In the 5 Yr ctabe PiW Grass Flower and A Lawn Grass Sectls Seed Potatoes Onion Sets 5erd Grain and nil thelxrst Forage crops at moderutr prices Cur New Catalogue fc a Dandy y Its fi Ird with infbrmatiosi you need about d scriptioii and cnltivat l t artrr ect wrlitei l y authorities on ttcii subject on Cow ivcs Market Car Forage Crops Fertilizers Fun BUS Di jses Etc Well man it FREE prrvdcJ you mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO LOUISVILLE KY County Court Days Lancaster 4th Monday Paris 1st Monday Richmond 1st Monday Lexington 2nd Monday Stanford 2nd Monday Georgetown 3rd Monday Danville 3rd Monday Nicholasville 3rd Monday Winchester 4th Monday Versailles 4th Monday iCentral West loillJ enin ISEEDS MEN Q fI p give I tug I crops contains vaualle 5 Knights of Pytllias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternallv J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S Farm for Sale Will sell privately a farm containing126 acres situated 5J of Lancaster between SUe bmond and Fall Lick pikes All meuts and is well watered convenient to particulars call on or address E W Perkins or W L Lawson Lancaster Ky Jan 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