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Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEB 27 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tntfn7 fJir1 t pi t L it 1 ItlrrrYMRra 46 LOUld r is a r- l ht 4 totbbr ul c rod ln y rr7rRlMPN St1t LANDRAM t Early 1 aWearSpi We have just a handsome line of Wool and Silk Dress Goods for the Early Spring Trade Comprising the new Fabrics and Weaves both in black and colors Our New Spring Wash Fabrics con sist of Ginghams Madris cloth Chev iots and They are uptodate in style and Low in and are going We are also showing a new line o Hamburg and We have received our Spring line of Carpet samples and are now ready to show you anything you may want in the Carpet line We also have quite a large stock of Car pets and Battings on hand We can de liver at once Come in and look us over we believe we can please you The Logan Dry Goods Co t i t t I i I I t t ChaInbrvsv t t t trICet t laces from the cheap I est to the best grades I I i i i l I i received b s irpitMitti1 Of Local Interest Tonight C U Minstrels Saturday night Railroad Jack Big Court will convene next month March 10th Dont miss it In Spotless Town tonight Opera House If the coal dealers didnt get rich this winter its their fault The Ladies Aid Society will hold a handkerchief sale the Saturday before Easter Youll laugh when you hear It must be funny inside at the Opera House tonight A few drunks on hand Monday Dee coppered em before they got to the troublesome stage A flock of laying hens is equal to a gold mine these days Its almost im possible to get eggs at any price See the Sextette in In Spotless Town when they sing the latest New York success Thats Grace Mrs America Rout was buried at Stanford Sunday She wasin her 87th year Mrs Rout was an aunt of Mr M F Rout of this county and well known in Garrard Mr T E Adams who is wintering at Minneola Fla sent a handsome gavel made or orange wood to the local Masonic lodge with his Its a beauty Dont fail to hear Miss Gail Laugh lin at the Court House Thurs Friday night at 730 oclock No ad misson fee Everybody invited Important Meeting There will be an important meeting of the Ladies Cemetery Committee Monday afternoon at 3 oclock All should DC present Capt W H Harris minstrels played to a big house in the court room night The work of Brown and Johnson the two colored professionals was firstclass The show was above the average A Little Ahead This issue is sent out several hours ahead of schedule time We have a big lot of job work which must be done right away so in order to accommo date our patrons we must make every edge cut Another Fine One Mr TV B Burton bought among his other horses at the Lexington sales the celebrated trotter Clay King He is an exceedingly fine animal and cost Mr B between 1000 and 1500 Itumilug Extra Mr Ben D Herndon of has been running as extra mail clerk on the Knoxville Division of the He has been working extra for some time and gives perfect satisfaction He is under the Civil Service rule The Berea College Glee Club will give one of its excellent concerts at Paint Lick Friday night Feb 28th benefit of the Knights of Maccabees Tickets can be purchased in this city of Mr M D Hughes at 25c Successful fluid Chief of police S D Turner and deputies raided a den crapshooters on the chute Monday They were tried in the police court on Tuesday the tines ranging from 20 to S35 There were nine arrests made three being discharged Miss Gail Laughlin who speaks at the Court House Thursday night is a practicing lawyer of New York City a graduate of both Wellsley college and the law department of Cornell University No one should miss the opportunity of hearing this brainy and gifted woman Court Day An unusually large crowd came in Monday but business was nothing to brag on Nothing was done in the county court that is of especicl interest save the granting of the electric franchise mention of which is made elsewhere in this issue There was much hustling in stock sales of which will be found in the farm column The Confederate Rome Bill The bill creating a Confederate Home passed the Kentucky Sen ate by a vote of 34 to 0 to the bill the exConfederates of the State must purchase a farm of not less thirty acres with furnished rooms for not less than twentyfive inmates When this is turned over to the State the latter will pay 125 a year for each of the inmates The Republicans made speeches in favor of it Senator Howard Republican said The who followed the stars and bars to defeat are as worthy of support in their old age poverty as the who followed the starsand stripes victorySenator Fleming Republican said Ifaced men for four and I have an abiding respect for them i I J 1 I 1 I I compliments f I Monday f f time 227t city L andN Concert o railway I report Soldiers heroes heroes t Accordlng I is so Rut lr ad Tack Railroad Jack the big 4act com edy production teemed uptodate with the latest American and European specialties at the Garrard Opera House Prices 25 50 and 75c Tile Santiago Club Mr Sylvan Hirshberg representing L Newbuiger Bro the Cincinnati cigar men was in town this week and sold another big lot of the famous San tiago Club cigars to J U Stormes This cigar has attracted the smokers and is having a wonderful sale Its really tencent cigar but sells for a nickle We would advise that you try this brand Not Changed Though not final the work of the joint committee on redistricting the Congressional districts in the State has been announced and will stand as reported This make this the Eighth district of the counties of Madison Jes samine Spencer Shelby Anderson Boyle Garrard Lincoln Rockcastle Mercer Quail Frozen The cold season has been very dis quail The Harrodsburg Democrat says that reports of dead covies of quail continue to come in from the county precincts The latest find was near Burgin The birds were found huddled their tails frozen fast in the ice and being unable to themselves died of starvation and cold Many Sheep Dying Sheep in Madison county are dying from a disease similar to that which causing heavy losses of cattle in other sections Blindness is one of the first symptoms of the disease and far all efforts to save animals thus affected have been unsuccessful Many lambs are dying on account of the con tinued cold weather Altogether the prospects for sheep in this county are very poor A Suggestion When you go to the postoffice for your mail dont fail to open your and papers in the oflice Scatter the paper around on the floor When the floor is nicely littered it looks as Uncle Sam was doing business Muss it up like your parlor and your kitchen then get mad and tear the paper into tiny pieces and scatter them about It tickles the ter immensely when up time comes Will Accomplish Good Hon R H Tomlinson Garrard in the Legislature was at home Sunday He tells us that while there s a flood of bills on hand yet he believes the most important will be passed and the session be of benefit to the people THE RECOUD has noticed that Mr Tomlinson has not been galloping over the country with the body but has remained at his post and attended to the duties to which the people elected him He is a steady safe man and Garrard have no cause to regret his selection Narrow Escape Her many Lancaster friends will be delighted to learn that Mrs W C Me Farland and son Dr W L McFar land escaped from the great Park Avenue Hotel fire in New York with out the slightest injury or loss The hotel was almost completely destroyed by fire and her rooms being on the third floor and the fire in the fifth and sixth she had ample time to escape She has lived at Park Avenue for years Mrs McFarland is a sister of the editor of THE RECORD and has many warm friends in this her old home The Kentucky River Representative White has seen the Chief of Engineers at Washington times recently and believes steps will be taken to push the work of upon the Kentucky river Nine hundred and sixty thousand is available for this work It is estimated that the amount will locks and dams 9 10 11 and 12 The completion of locks 13 and 14 would carry the system to Beattyville and open the way to the Kentucky coal fields Mr White has also called upon the Secretary of War and to him the importance of the work Honors For Lancaster Bog The First Christian Church of Ky had extended to O Frank now of Lexington a call to its pastorate Mr Frank has been a student in Kentucky University for the past six years and a graduate from the College of the Bible last June He is well known in college circles where he is very popular Mr Frank was born near Flemingsburg but received his early education in Garrard College in this city where his was minis ter of the Christian Church After his fathers death he went to Lexing ton to enter college and has since made his home there The church to which he has been called is one of the best known churches in State received a note from Mr Frank yesterday saying he had declined the call 1 1 m doubtless composed asterous on extricate letters though who is representing several several improvement dollars complete explained completing Newport Rev the LATERWe c S will sill sweeping wit father er in cil u for ed a a a e Bro a Dovclte Rev George O Barnes the once fa moos mountain evangelist has be come a convert to Dowieism He has written a long letter from Washing ton to the Stanford Interior Journal in which he declares his full of Dowie as Elijah the Restor the messenger of the covenant whom God has endowed with power from on high and authorized to pro claim the acceptable year of the Lord Another Enterprise Our public spirit is invincible The Fiscal court met on Monday and granted a franchise to some Detroit capitalists for the erection of an railway along the line of the turnpike from Lancaster to Hickman Our former fellowcitizen Mr Homer Batson now practicing law at Louisville was here in the of the Detroit parties It is claimed that the road would enhance the value of real estate here and all along the line as such roads have done other localities transportation fa always being desirable It would add about 300 000 to the wealth of Garrard county Every man on the route would be benefited by reduced freight rates on coal and all articles cf merchandise which can be shipped by water to Hickman It is certainly a move in the right direction and it will increase the trade of our city If should be made with a line to Lexington it would not injure us as that city is too far from our trade Rush the good work for the greatest good for the greatest people It Shall Be Stopped For some years the good people near Marcellus this county have been annoyed from the effects of a blind tiger which has been in opera tion in that vicinity While every good citizen in the neighborhood wanted it broken up and was ready and willing to take any legal steps in that direction yet no concerted ac tion was ever effected At last they have come to the conclusion that enough of anything is enough so warrants of arrest were issued by the S officials for Will Burnside alias Reese and he was taken before a at Danville a few days since He was held under bond for swearing that he had sold no liquor prior to the made application license of that are lawabiding upright people and THE RECORD sincerely trusts that this offender will be made an and not allowed to slip through the fingers of the law as have many of the blind tiger operators who were fined an exorbitant sum served a few days in jail and then wiggled out of punishment TilE RECORD is inform that the better class of the colored men at Davistown which is close by are disgusted with the sale of whisky and have put their shuujder to the wheel to break it up There are quite number of good honest 4 ing colored men in that locality who respect the law and who have said that they are willing to do what they can to do away with the blind tiger We truly trust that the citizens will succeed in putting a stop to the ne farious business and if they will unite in their efforts they can make it too hot for a violator of the law to remain in that vicinity Right is might BIG EVENT I i Double Attraction at Garrard Opera House to Night The people of Lancaster will have an opportunity to night of seeing the much talked of In Spotless Town and as an extra attraction the University Minstrels in with it In Spotless Town is one act musical comedy by Boyle has made an hit in both Lexington and Danville where it has been produced The farce consists of a number of the prettiest and catchiest songs ever written and the whole performance is sure cure for the blues The identical performance was given last night at the Danville Opera House to the largest audience ever in the theatre and nothing but praise is heard on all sides The company is composed of about fifty people Saxtons full Orchestra and the chorus is said to be the best ever heard in Central Kentucky The C U Minstrel first used as a curtain raiser and is one of the best drilled first parts on the stage Incidental to the first part Boyle Woolfolk will introduce his latest hit eye on that gal in red and Henry Saxton the guitar king will entertain the audience with a solo on that instrument no one else can In consideration of the praise for the show given in both Lexington and Danville and the fact of having Sax tons full orchestra and some of the best artists in the state to say noth ing of the swell chorus of thirty girls and boys it would be useless to antic spate seeing a better performance of its kind Seats are selling very rapidly and to a crowded house be found elsewhere in this issue Barn acceptance electric Lex- Ington interest living Commissioner date citizens section example- of r Central Yoolfolk and unquestionable Including part is Keep your as ties connection he The hard cork connection Themwill J a by 43 in a to in A Great Comedy Success The New Railroad Jack thegreat comedy success will make its first at the Opera House Saturday night and will no doubt be accorded welcome second to none The Com pany is headed by that dainty singing and dancing soubrette Miss Madelon Caufman and James DeMoyer acter comedian With an adequate support and the superb scenic the production could not help but make a deep impression The play is mounted in a most elab orate manner and the stage settings being in keeping with the ideas Prices 25 50 and 75c Seats on sale at Stormes How Its Done In Stanford As Lancaster will soon have the following contracts made the Stanford Council will doubtless be of interest to our people The says At a meeting of the City Council Tuesday night the board adopted the report recommended by Councilmen Cicero Reynolds and J M Alverson and Mayor A B Florence who were appointed to contract with the Stan ford Water Light Ice Co for water and light service this year The is to replace the 12 old arcs and incandescents with the latest Enclosed 1200 candlepower arcs 25 candlepower incandescents fire hydrants and furnish an all night light service for 83000 The lights are to be ready for service with 30 days The following restrictions were placed upon the company In- case a light fails to perform its func tions it will be the duty of the city marshal to notify the secretary and treasurer of the company and if not S attended to within an hour of such notification a penalty of 1 per light night will be assessed against the company all fire hydrants have to be drained monthly except in weather for failure of same a penalty of 1 is to be taxed against the company If the city desires any arcs or incandescents put in they are to be at the rate of 60 and 15 respectively per year The city reserves the right to change the loco tion of any of the lights or to be added The company says it make Stanford the best lighted city the State and heres hoping their efforts will not be in vain The City Council is to be congratulated upon giving the people a better and all night light service A bank account is the greatest la bor saver appearance char surroundings Journal company pattern additional proposes waterworks unseasonable g c A Bushel of Fun Lovers of amusement should avail themselves of the opportunity of Railroad Jack on its here The explosion at Dawson Switch and the fight of the midnight express are said to be very sensational and realistic At the Op era House Saturday night Prices 25 0 and 75c Seats on sale at Stormes The Poor Printer Of Course The city editor of the Mayfield senger recently stated that a certain Mayfield girls breast was filled with rage and that wise guy the printer got it rags and now the editor is camping ouu on a ridge northwest of town where he can get a good view of the landscape from four different di rections Fulton Leader witnessing presentation lies This is a fairly good likeness of Lan casters excellent Chief of Police Mr Dee Turner who is as clever a copper as ever swung a club j Paid the Damages Harrodsburg J P Chinns fox hounds did considerable damage to the widow Yorris sheep a few nights ago but the Colonel paid her twice the amount of damage and slaughtered the seven young dogs that had cost him over one hundred dollars Last summer Mr Chinns dogs got a flock of sheep and killed a number of them Three days afterwards the sheepraiser stopped at the Chinn farm house and in a chat mentioned the damage done his flock and said he was out looking for the dogs Dont any my must have done it for they came home with wool in their teeth said the Colonel as he pulled out his roll and paid him a dol lar more on the head than he asked Colonel Chinn favors a stringent dog law SayingsCol o into t M M M Stoves Stoves ore overloaded with them and are Going To Sell Come and see ns be fore you buy as we will save you money Hfl5ELHEN I f The Hardware Man J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors i lac jf t t I I n II I I I I I I I I I I I 4 +4 Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of i Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward At Law= n t T T T 4 k I T T y k I f f y Y 3 O So 8 O 8 O S O 0Q s 0 Great Bargains r One hundred pairs of Ladles fo Shoes Sizes from 2 to 4 o Ranging in Prices From I 200 to 40O per pair We Will Close The Lot Out At 50 75 and 1 25 F Logan The One Price Cloth ier and Furnisher 0 0 Q I I o I In Laic Shoes i c o 0o 0 I i tl o 100 i2 2 I n i I r i 9 I i- OOOm040mO0000000C 0000000 0 0 f0O t i 1 e 0 0t0 0- z e6 0A 1 p o r yfl1 o r o OOC 00d0 x G I iMMlJlIllEiMIelli v 4 o o K s o oi oe o O o I We Can Save Honey For You r rfmiJf3jiJIB Z IE 0 o m ti1- Ilfj 8 O r t a o00- v When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICKORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster also have a fine lot of Wa gon Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact loom I Eta In G of I S I 11 ri 1 cl o O 0 0o Ve 0 0 t o 0 m fj j I I 0i1 0 0 p IrtJ 0 p0 0R0 c 0 p o O 1 OOOOOOO0000000o00Co0000 0Q 0 p CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Xewspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Feb 2 1902 INTKKK TIMi UETXEK Former Lunc stcr Gentleman Write Kuicrtuiiily about Y Olden Time In I e rOld Garrard Keokuk Iowa Feb 18 1902 My Pear Mr Absence from home during the extreme hot weather last summer prevented my sending the subscription to your paper since then I have been so busily occupied in my office that the time has slipped by to an old man time flies like on the wings of the the matter has been neglected until I see to day by the receipt of the issue of February 13th that the second years pay day is nearly here so inclosed please find the amount of the two years subscription THE CENTRAL RECORD is to me and my wife a weekly reminder of our once happy home in the good old town of Lancaster Kentucky a name ever dear to us and of pleasant memories It is a pleasure to us to look closely over its columns in the hopes of find ing some familiar name dear to us nearly half a century ago and when we find one we are almost as happy as if we had met some dear old friend of our more youthful days- I am glad to learn that Capt Frank J White the veteran type setter is still on deck and able to hold his posi tion as the oldest continuous in this country He certainly is the champion in his line Nay he continue and prosper until he is at least one hundred It is over fifty years since your father the Hon Wm J Landram Frank J White Joe Ketcham the imp and myself were the force on the Garrard Banner Some friend I think it was Mr W H name ever dear sent me a copy of the old Garrard some time ago I find that it in a very dilapidated condition from age Its date is Sept 12 1850 and published every Thursday morning by Sam E Carey and Wm J Lan dram It is the only copy I have Pays Whether Yon Live Or Die The best proposition in Life Insurance that also the INVESTMENT feature is the Three Per Cent Gold Endowment Bond of The Mutual Life Insurance Company Of Kentucky It appeals particularly to men of incomes and spendthrift habits against the of want which may come to themselves before death or their families after COME AND SEE US ILL DAVIDSON Agt Lancaster Ky Richmond Ey J I ilL windand typesetter Kinnairda Jt tt It It t t t t t It It t t t t t i t provide time r c BECK Jr SI Agt fr rUJ t t t t t r Land Banner i seen in nearly fifty years and is highly prized It contains some queer and advertisements Among the names of the then advertisers who will be remembered by the older still alive and residents of are Dr J S Price Nic San difer Scribe of the Hunters of Nim rod Wm Greenleaf Tailor John A Petty Jailer and proprietor of the McKee Tavern Stand Allan A Attorney W O Bryant Just in receipt from Philadelphia of a article of Old Pale Brandy for medicinal use only John Haselden in charge of the Garrard House Geo F Sartain afterwards proprietor of the same hostelry Louis Landram and John B Conn Sheriff and Deputy of Garrard County John Gill Wm Kinnaird Drygoods Joshua Attorney at Law Seymour Wm J Landram calling to the soldiers and officers of the War since 1790 the war of 1812 the commissioned officers of the late war with Mexico for the preparation of all claims for Bounty land prom ising close attention Geo R McKee Misses Jane E and Lucy Garfield charge of the Franklin Female Insti tute Alex R McKee Hall Anderson Gabriel and Tom Salter James H Letcher County Judge Benjamin Gresham Harvey Yantis and hosts of others Among the advertisements is one of Chas T Worthington Administra tor of E Gill deceased announcing At public sale to the highest bidder on Wednesday September 25 1850 being County Court Day all the stock on hand milch cows horses mules hogs sheep with eleven likely negroes of men women boys and girls But few of the present can hardly realize an advertisement this kind in a public newspaper in Kentucky where slavery was certainly in its mildest form In the same is sue I find the contested election case for the Kentucky Legislature between John B Arnold and Wm A Hoskins when the former was elected by a of one and that majority was cast by one Pleasant Perkins son of Eda Perkins who was the eman cipated slave of Christian Perkins ceased but whose family and neigh hors testified that there was none but pure white blood coursed through Plersants veins notwithstanding this Mr Hoskins still affirmed Pleasant was a nigger and the vote was unconstitutional although he had been accepted as a soldier by the gov ernment and fought bravely through the Mexican war as was certified to by Captain Johnson Price Wm Landram and Alex R McKeeo remember aright the election was dared off and another trial had by same candidates and John B came out the victor Possibly there are but few of the old citizens left in Garrard county who have any recolection of this contest That was in the good old days when there were none but Henry Whigs and we all enjoyed a days election when every voter walked up and called out viva voce the names of the parties he preferred except those who had been kept in confine went for a few days and were lead and told for whom to vote and us ually received a dollar each for their servicesSurely Lancaster is to be congratu lated as I see by frequent mention in your columns that good old church has secured the of the services of Dr Lapsley tfc Kee as their pastor The Doctor at one time in the long years past was filling the pulpit of the Westminister Presbyterian church of Keokuk and made his home at my house during his stay as Iknew him when a boy Our Church at that time was without a pastor and Dr McKee was so much liked that at a meeting of the tion he was enthusiastically and invited to accept the and expected to do so but that very night a committee from arrived in town with a request from one of the large churches of that on ne ga notices citizens Lancaster Burton superior Indian broodmares majority de- s the Presbyterian unanimously pastorate Louisville gee Burde Hopp attent toget consist genera v t Amn C th befit congre FROM ALL city and before he had time to steel our invitation the committee got ni ear and claimed him to the great di appointment of the church here S our grief we looked around and lit upon another Kentucky boy from our neighboring town of Danville Willi Craig now the leading professor in the McCormick Theological Seminary Chicago and recently Modeator of the General Assembly of the Church of the U S A For twenty years he was pastor of the Presbyterian church here and was largely instrumental in making this one of the strongest churches in the State He left his influence for good throughout this whole region With my best wishes for you and your paper and the good old town of Lancaster I am Sincerely Yours Samuel E Carey BRYANTS VILLE Thule indebted to Mr and Mrs J Haselden please call and settle at once as they are preparing to go to the city for their spring goods Rev Garrison of Danville has been called to the pastorate of the Pleasant Grove church and will hill the pulpit every Sunday afternoon at 230 Miss Margaret Galiher has returned after a very pleasant visit to Miss Mattie May Jenkins Mrs Smith Williams and Miss Mary Williams of Burgin have been visiting Mrs Levi Norris who has been sick for quite awhile Mrs Armstrong visited friends in Danville Tuesday Rev Jackson of Wilmore will fill his regu lar appointment at this place Sunday Eliza Ballard very pleasantly en tertained a number of friends at dining Wednesday Mr R D Bal lard has returned from a visit to rela fives at Paint Lick Beck er visited her mother at Hickman Monday The Misses Cooke are vis itlng their sister Mrs Owens BUCKEYE J T Ilardin sold one hog to Payne at 5c Mr Wm have a modern residence erected where the other burned some time ago was a stranger thrust itself the hospitality of Mr and Simpson but it is so tiny it not be unwelcome Last Sunday night Messrs L and John Bogie had their buggies bad ly damaged by some ruffians knife They were at Mr Herod Rays where a crowd of young people were bled They are thankful and what surprised an attempt was made at their throats Not long since two persons passing the residence Mr Thornton Andersons aged shot into the house To be sure parties are not suspected W H Ray of Decatuer ill is mak a visit of two weeks to his parents Mr and Mrs Mike Ray Mr and Mrs Reather Ray and infant son have re turned from Illinois They will take charge of their fathers farm Mr Tomsie Davis is serving an appren as a mechanic Miss Ida Ray will begin her work a at Edenton Madison Miss Ray always stood highest in her at school Mr and Mrs will visit Mr and Mrs Chas Barker of Danville this week STONE C S Sanders bought of Jim Bratton one horse at S Sanders sold to Steve pair of work mules at 100 N T Grow and Lewis Murphy sold their tobacco at 6c to Davis Walker of Sulphur Weli J T Speaks bought of Wm lot of fodder at 15c per shock Also shocks sorghum at 125 a shock Teater sold to J Adams his crop of tobacco to the Continental Co at 7c Willie Sanders of Madison visite- dj her daughter Mrs Lou Teater last week L L and C S Sanders made trip to Danville last Wednes ay daughter visited Mrs Mary Clouse last Mr and Mrs Mat Folger Mr Jim Johnson at High Bridge last week Leslie Green and wife visited her mother at Kirksville Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Susie Smith is visiting her grand Mrs George Simpson Your correspondent spent last week with her cousins Misses Ida and Wil lie Pierce of Buckeye Born to the wife of Bud McMillan a girl Mr Jim Mathews and Miss Stella Simp were married at the home of Wm Mathews last Wednesday Rev G W Thompson officiating Rev Andrew Meldrun will fill his regular appoint ment Sunday March 2nd Clerks Wise Suggestion I have lately been much troubled with dyspepsia belching and sour stomach writes M S Mead leading pharmacist of Attleboro Mass I could eat hardly anything without suf fering several hours My clerk sug gested I try Kbdol Dyspepsia Cure which I did with most happy results Ihave had no more trouble and one can go to eating mince pie cheese candy and nuts after such a time their digestion must be pretty good I dorse Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily You dont have to diet Eat all the good food you want but dont overload the stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests your food Ira a en 0 0 t lIrs C C t Faynewill IIThere ttupon erJoe BRay a5 semi ing herticeship ingHarris ofreports t It 35 oteC theone Wall a allnine hatLem bunch of shoats at Dic He also sold debusines Mrs Bell Thompson oldRuby visited laymother upson let w J Ot 000 o000Q000 S 00000000 oooo Presbyterian Mrs DI DI con so n wid t a coun H rison Walk wli e i o it 3GTIONS OF GARRA PAINT LICK Born on the 19th to the wife of Bud Lankersley a tenpound girl The sale of Mr Clell Terrill was well attended and everything sold on the night of the 19th to the wife of John McLear two tine girls Charley Hagan sold his farm of 70 acres to T S Burnam at 40 per acre Wanted a good team and mud scraper apply to Mayor of Paint Lick Mrs Wm Wilcox died on the 24th and was buried at the Old Paint Lick cemetery She leaves a little babe only a few weeks old Miss Gallic Adams lost her on the night train Monday night between Richmond and Paint Lick contained about ten dollars The Berea Glee Club will give an entertainment here at the hall on the night of the 28th for the benefit of the Maccabees Admission only 25c W S Fish we wish him much joy on the night of he was presented very fine boy The mother and child are both doing well but Billys condi tion we cant hardly tell He is appear antly getting along liar tin are fearful that he is losing his mind Joe Baker a little boy about twelve years old was accidently shot by Effie Whitlock daughter of Richard Whit lock She went to put a pistol upon the dresser and in some way it was discharged the ball entered his head above his eye and he lived but a few hours Willie the little fiveyearold son of Mr Jack Adams died on the morning of the 25th of membraneous croup was parents giveth and the Lord taketh away The community extend their sympathy to the heart broken parents Mr L C Drake of Nicholasville this week talking life insurance Lytle Adams of Grays was here this week on a visit Mr Kichard Jones Sen had a stroke of paralysis- r and is in a critical condition Miss Annie Adams went to Cincinnati Sat urday to see her sister Mrs Jennie Bohl who is at the point of death Mrs Arnold of Guthrie Oklaho ma has been visiting relatives and here John and Will Terrill Middlesboro were here this week on a visit W G Kemper cashier of our bank went to Owensboro on the 22nd to see the home folks MARKSBORY J C Boner sold a mule to Tom Mor ford for S100 He also sold sold to W B Burton a good horse for 100 John Marsees house caught several weeks ago The carpenters the damages at J60 Mr Mar see is for the insurance only gave him 812 Mr Waller Greening wife and baby of Hustonville visited relatives here last week Mr and visited relatives atStanford and Sunday Mr Fred Kemper wife and son Willard spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Fred Yeager Lawson visited his sister Mrs Belle last Thursday The La Society meets Thursday Mrs J B Kemper A little son came to the home of Mr and Mrs Arnold Mr and Mrs 0 S iams of Burgin spent Monday H D Aldridge and family They in this community several ago Mr Williams said he was glad see his old friends and note the that are being made in BETTIS Several from here attended court Lancaster Monday Mr Henry Ball is quite sick at this writings Mrs Susan A Bourne has been sick but is convalescent Kinnaird Bourne sold a black mare at Lancaster Monday for 65 Mr Mose Adams of Parksville vis ited his brother Charlie last Willie Sutton of Hubble visited his father Mr West Sutton Saturday and Sunday Miss Ann Bettis of Lan caster is visiting Mrs William Wat kins Miss Katie Miller of Hubble spent part oflast week with Sue and Minnie Bourne J W Bourne wife and children J H Bourne and wife spent Sunday with Squire Bourne and wife Mrs John Holtzclaw and son are visiting in this community Mrs John Dennis visited her parents at Buckeye Sunday Mr Frank Bourne and wife gave quite an enjoyable social to the young folks Monday evening For Stomach Troubles I have taken a greatmany different medicines for stomach trouble and says Mrs S Geiger of Dun kerton Iowa but never had as good results from any as from Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by R E McRoberts The more a woman argues the more she is unable to convince herself Cured Consumption Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan writes My husband lay sick for three months the doctors stated he had quick consumption We procured a bottle of Ballads Horehound Syrup- n and it cured him That was six ago and since then we always kept a bottle in the house We cannot do without it For coughs and it has no equal 25c 50c and 100 bottle 1m y n 0 0 0 I I the20th his friends just I B rsfriends ldof ofMr heassessed Mrs N F Sheriffs tyPerkins arwIth Clayton resided improvements erLancaster week- a druggist t atRE McRobers uuui 0000O00w oo 0000 well- Born pocketbook anaw- here fl Ro Saturd WI Wi yea constipation years colds d a as RD COUNTY FLATWOOD8 Geo Miller sold a cow lo J C FOX for 21 Wm Coldiron sold an aged mule to Clouse for 40 Geo Rogers sold a cow to Ed Port wood for 24 Ebb Cook sold his tobacco to An P derson fur 8675 4 W H Furr sold some turn to C W Murphy at 3 25 Tom Collett bought of John Lock three steers for 90 W G Gooch sold five barrels of corn to Mr Nave for 3 J C Clouse bought about 35 barrels of corn at Terrills sale for 287 Walter Spanger bought nine hogs from Larkin Wells at 5c to be April Geo Rogers has moved from Ebb Scotts to Wallaceton Mr Nave has moved to the farm he recently of W G Gooch Ben Corm ney who was pretty badly bruised up by a tree falling on him is able to be at the home of the bride on Wedneskay Feb 19 Mr Win Conn and Miss Maud Ross G A Siler has returned from Will iamsburg with a load of stock ports them being very scarce Mr Owens of Mt Vernon sold W C Pettus twelve nice hogs at 490 per hundred J L Hutchins sold J C Fox 11 fat at uo It 35 barrels corn at 315 und 80 shocks fodder at 15c A J Hayden did not have his sale Tuesday as advertised He did not like Oklahoma and we hope he will locate in this neighborhood again Grandfather Cummins who has been sick for some time is thought to be sinking fast Quinn Naylor who left last week for Indiana has lost his eyesight and returned home accom panted by Philip Thompson Tom Scribe was in Knox county last week in the interest of the Hutchins and Gas Co Stock of the Company well up and a well will soon be The bearded woman is about the only thing in the show line that play little Eva A Legacy of The Grip Is often a rundown system nervousness lack of appetite and ambition with disordered attack of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the tonic blood purifier and regu Liver and Thousands have proved that they won derfully strengthen the nerves the system and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only 50c guaranteed by R E Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m There is nothing that should give person a big head yet most people have it over nothing Cancer Cured Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ills writes 10th 1901 1 had been several yeers with a cancer on my face which gave me great an novance and unbearable itching using Ballads Snow Liniment for on my leg and through aa acci dent I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave me instant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer In a time the cancer came out my face up and thereis not theslightest scar I have implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it can not be too highly recommended 25c 50c and 100 For sale by R E Roberts 1m c 21 0 I I t t 1st upMarried Here 515 complete Weakness energy bver and kid1eys often follow an resplendid buildup utMcRoberts d 11suffering rswas tosore athealed OOOOOOO000 ooooooo oooo000 delivered purchases PREACHER YILLE hors 01 i can Pe sho 1 t t t lIt requires great cure and I i tu commCTL y Compound PIY5ICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS t- tzr A Registered lhamabt or years of texperience handles ALL presnriptkfl tra sent to our store t McRobertsDrllg Store o at ff fff i4 4 f i t t at HomeSpun Poetry The Lexington papers say that Judge James H Mulligan made a decided hit the legislative banquet in that city night by reading the fol lowing origins poem IN KENTUCKY The moonlight is the softest In Kentucky Summers days come In Kentucky Friendship is the strongest Loves tires glow the longest Yet a wrong is always wrongest In Kentucky The sunshines ever brightest In Kentucky The breezes whisper lightest In Kentucky Plain girls are the fewest Maidens eyes are the bluest Their little hearts are truest In Kentucky Lifes burdens bear the lightest In Kentucky The burn the brightest In Kentucky While the players are the keenest Cards come out the meanest The pocket empties cleanest In Kentucky Orators are the grandest In Kentucky Officials are the blandest In Kentucky Boys are all the finest Danger ever nighest Taxes are the highest In Kentucky The bluegrass waves the bluest In Kentucky Yet the bluebloods are the fewest By no means of the dearest And yet it acts the queerest In Kentucky- t The doves notes are the saddest In Kentucky The streams dance on the gladdest In Kentucky Hip pockets are the thickest Pistol hands the slickest Cylinders turn quickest In Kentucky Song birds are the sweetest In Kentucky- s Thoroiigbreds the fleetest In Kentucky The mountains tower proudest Thunder peals the loudest The landscape is the damnedest In Kentucky The poetry elicited much applause It has been widely copied and just after the speech by Wheeler in which- a the latter proceeded tojump on Prince Henry Mr Roosevelt and the world at large Representative Bromwell sprung the following parody on the lines in the House at Washington IN KENTUCKY Tis no doubt an honor to be born In Kentucky- I And tis sweet to drink her corn In Kentucky But her public men get frisky when they tank up on her whisky and do things that are risky In Kentucky- rt Some of her sons are peaches In Kentucky But they do not make foolish speeches In Kentucky They will wish they hadnt said them and the papers hadnt spread them and the Germans hadnt read them In Kentucky J Wednesday of test homefires Kentuckys grandestand- r Politicsthe I HAMILTON FUANKMCMIILON Hamilton Mellillon Successor t S S MeGnire DEALERS IN Monuments andTonibstones of all kinds We can furnish you with any kind of stone you desire and guar antee satisfaction i Prices Reasonable If you are unable to pay for we can make whereby you can pay for same on long time and easy SHOP NEAR DEPOT Kcdsl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat INSURANCE Aetna Queen NationalHartford Conneticut German American Hrookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercliautile The Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KY worknow arrangements payments R KINNAIRD Followin GOlllDan BS Pa lat inti Phenix or Aetna L fe Ins Go gf HartfordLonu ili Id 1 e resell ill r C f rto siii New Garrard Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Mar 17th One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 9 a m to 5pm Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat j OUR STOCK r OF SHOES f IS JUST 179 PAIRS t SMALLER THAN A WEEK AGO Just less SHOES here for you to select from Just 1 79 more pleased pat rons who saved good money saved on their SHOES lasts 3 Just room for 179 more pairs of PETERS DIAMOND BRAND SHOES for SPRING Were one of the lucky 1 79 save money but dont too long much longer Its not too late to The opportunity Ward Sympson JffJffiJgff 1 0 179 rf f 11 S r o ooo o oo o oooo oo ooo- o o 0 0- o o o- e i o SR weed t i o p I t- p D o I ig WOMANS HELPER STANDARD Easiest Running Fastest Sewing Hand somest Design Both Lock Stich and Chain stitch All Attachments SEWING MACHINE It will cost you nothing to try one It will save you dollars and doctors to use one FULLY GUARANTEED K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson r r- I i t About Tile People f Mr Hamlet Brown has been quite ill for several days John Anderson of McKinney is here with relatives Branham Beazley has been visiting friends in Richmond Miss Elveree Wallaceof Paint Lick is visiting relatives in this city Mr John Burnside has returned from a trip to Indiana and Ohio Miss Maggie Tomlinson left Monday for a visit to Lexington relatives Miss Folsom McGuire of Clark county is with Miss Lena Bright Mr and Mrs W K Shugars have been visiting relatives in McKinney Jesse Walden came up from Dan ville Sunday to see his wife and baby lIon R II Tomlinson returned duties in Frankfort Monday night Miss Eliza Smith is at home again from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mr and Mrs William Lackey of McCreary visited relatives here I J R mil of Danville was here this week in interest of his patent fire grate Sam Joseph of Cincinnati was in town Monday mingling with his many friends Misses Sandifer of Danville are be ing entertained this week by Miss Rate Henry Mr and Mrs Cal Nevius are receiv ing congratulations over the arrival of a handsome son Miss Christine Bradley has been the guest of Miss Emily Chenault of Richmond Mr Homer Batson of Louisville has been the guest of his home folks for a few days Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Thompson Mr McKee Kinnaird and wife of Middlesboro are visiting the family of Squire W II Kinnaird Louis Landram was in Frankfort Tuesday on business connected with the Kentucky Press Association alter P Greening wife and pretty baby of visited J Ran dolpb Harris and wife Monday W J Partin visited Mr and Mrs JR Hill in Danville last week Miss Maud Stanbury accompanied him Mr Joe McGill of Cincinnati foi merly clerk of Hamilton county has been visiting relatives in this city Miss Maggie Cunningham was in Lancaster Monday shopping Her sister Miss Jennie has returned from a visit to Louisville friends I f Sunday Hustonville r t i I this A 0000000000000000 o 0000 ALSO Whole Wheat and Gram in 6 and 12 It Sacks We also handle Potts Brothers and Burnam Ruckers FINE FLOURS A M BALLOU O t Miss Carrie Naylor of Danville is visiting friends here Mr Todd Scott of Lexington was here a few days this week Mr Taylor Burdett and wife of Bryantsville were visitors here Mon day Mr and Mrs John Baughman of Boyle were visitors hero Monday and Tuesday Mr and Mrs J Fleece Robinson have been visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Robinson of Lincoln Judge I A Burnside and wife are guests of their daughter Mrs Lackey of McCreary The Crokinole Club will be Friday evening by Miss Marie Joseph All members are expected to presentMrs Ross who has been the guest of Misses Martha and Sallie Til lett has returned to her home in Birmingham Alabama Ernest Brown has been visiting friends in and around town Hes coming to see you too if you are in arrears with THE RECORD Mr and Mrs J E Stormes have from a delightful visit to New Orleans Yicksburg and several inter esting cities in the South Lancaster friends are delighted to hear of an improvement in the of Mr John Norris who has been ill at his home in Frankfort Col Jim Maret one of the most prominent telephone men in Ken tucky was here this week assisting in some work at the local office The many friends of Miss Louise Kauffman who has been so ill at her aunts in Hustonville are glad tQ hear of her improvement and return home Mr and Mrs W O Rigney were visitors Saturday and Sunday of their daughter Miss Lena who is attending school at Hamilton college Lexington Jesse Alverson of the Stanford Journal was here Monday and many dollars for that hustling up todate paper Like the Journal Jess is O K Mr Sylvan Hirschberg one of the cleverest drummers on the road was here Saturday and made us a call Hes an enthusiastic Elk and one of the boys its a pleasure to be with Mr W H Ray Jr of Pearson Ill came in Saturday to visit his relatives at Buckeye and had his copy of TIlE RECORD marked up to 1004 He is succeeding well in business we are glad to state Beings Garrard county boy he cant do otherwise Mrs Mary L Yantis of Bee Bee Ark has been appointed by the of that state as one of the lady commissioners to the St Louis This is gratifying news to her many Lancaster friends She recent ly won the silver medal at a matrons contest in that city Value of Family Prayer Not long since we heard a say he was satisfied that not one family in every twentyfive kept up the oldtime custom of having all members of the household assemble to offer devotion to Almighty God for the many blessings enjoyed through the day The following taken from the Religious Telescope tells some striking truths on thesubject Who can estimate the value of the influ ence upon his sons of that father long since gone to heaven who each morning before beginning the days toil would bow before God with the and in humble prayer devout ly ask thedivine blessing on all through the day On their lives it is still like the dew of Hermon and the showers of Lebanon Fathers mothers think of this Your children are yet your homes A few years more and they will have gone forth to the toils hardships and evil Jnfluen their lives an influence that will be for them a stronghold slid hiding place in times of danger and a refuge when thestorms of passion raKe God bless you God bless your children Mothers can safely give Foleys Honey and Tar to their children for and colds for it contains no opiates or other poisons Sold by C C J E Stormes im t I WIll- iam entertained returned condition collected pleasant governor Exposition gentleman family inC combatS keeping coughs Business and Bargains i I M M M M M M r 7 J A Y All kinds of seeds at T Curreys Have you Japalaced Thompson i A winner The Santiago Club cigar r Clover and timothy seed for by Y T Currey New stock of rings Thompson the Jeweler Clover timothy and blue grass seed at T Curreys stock fine violins and Thompson x When you want an Old Hickory wagon call on Romans x Machine needles and oil at A Thompsons For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf Two small houses in Middlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone Wanted Dressed fowls for cash or groceries T Curreys Dont fail to see our suits and over coats at cost H T Logan Rebate stamps given at Leavells coal yard 19tf If you want the best seed at the least money go to T Currey Japalac makes old furniture look new In all colors Thompso If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavens coal yard 19tf Romans Elmore are headquarters for all kinds of plow and wagon gear To get flowers promptly order from Ed C Gaines Agt for Bell Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hensJay Sold by T Currey Ifyou want a good try the Santiago Club Stormes sells em New lot of fine violins guitars and banjos and all kinds of strings bows c Thompson Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat in our house at cost H T Logan I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey i You can fool some people on flour but you cant fool a regular user of Potts Flour for he will not be fooled Save telephone messagesandexpress by ordering cut flowers from Ed C Gaines A good 110 Troy buggy for sale In good repair A bargin for cash at this office For funeral designs and wedding decorating see Ed C Gaines agent for Bell the florist Orders hastily filled At the old reliable of T Curreys is the place tobuy your groceries Age 40 years Potts flour is good because it is by people that know how and is extracted from A 1 wheat tf I will run my corn mill every and Saturday Bring your corn and get good meal S T Leavel Romans Elmore will have more fine Buggies Surries Roadwagons and phaetons than were ever placed before Garrard county people Money to Loan 6000 in amounts to suit borrower at six per cent Apply to THE RECORD office for further information 227tf Good Goods When the weather moderates see me and I will sell you a splendid suit of clothes as cheap as the cheapest M D Hughes Agt Notary at Buckeye W T Noel has been appointed notary public in the Buckeye district and is prepared to execute papers and administer oaths tf Soaps Perfumes Etc I am now canvassing the county with a complete line of soaps toilet waters flavoring etc My stock is the very best and I can saveyou money Wait for me Frank Turner tf Hot Weather Gaining Dr Hobson will be at the Garrard Hotel every second Monday Teeth extracted without pain A good set teeth guaranteed 5 The best earth 750 If you paid 10 for a you could get none better tf Special features in In Spotless Town orchestra Saxtons Guitar solo Twenty Kentucky Keep Your Eye On That Gale In Red Double Sextette Two funny Dutchmen Bile Minstrel First Miss Clyde McGinnis in the role the grand finale and many others Hemp Seed for I have stored with Marksbury Son 150 bushels choice cultivated hemp seed nicely craned Call and see them J P Bourne t r I iI I sae New strings Elmore refreshing smoke manufacturers Apply milled Monday perfumes extracts set- on Sa tons beauties sale t4 Y Dose PaCng do of of Southern Men But it is not material conditions that constitute the chief attraction of life in a Southern city excellent as they are The principal charm of the South is the character of the people themselves There is an undefined flavor of Old World politeness and The bow of the Southern gentleman does not appear to be the jerk of a stringpull it suggests having been learned remotely from the bow that brought the sword projecting the long coattail as the hat was from the powdered wig There is an indefinate something that tells one that all these people have had Iv stead of as in New York where the suggestion is that they are offsprings of stockmarket tickers or have been shot into the world through a pnue George Lynch in West minister Gazette Eavorlte Nearly Everawhere Constipation means dullness headache generally disordered health DeWitts Little Early Risers stimulate the liver open tIle bowels and relieve this condition Safe speedy and thorough They never gripe Favorite pills 1m People dont kick on a higher when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality tf Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son The best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist at Garrard Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf New Undertaker Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials He has a well selected stock dec19tf If your teeth have ached or getting loose it will pay you to see Dr dentist Richmond before you have some ignorant person pull them out At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward Novr The Time Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap and neat We have the finest and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz florentines stripes and florals We will work any where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster Ky 2203m A Fine Farm For Sale One hundred and thirtyfive acres 125 acres in cultivation good hemp a and tobacco land fine orchard fruits all kinds bran new house of seven rooms good well and barn large enough to hold ten acres of tobacco all out buildings This is a fine farm to make money This land is in Gar rard county Ky lying on the waters the Kentucky river one mile from church and school house onehalf mile from post office at store two miles above Lock No 8 Terms easy 2271m FNFolger Stone Ky Farm Property Insurance We are making a specialty of on farm dwellings barns etc We insure against loss by fire light nmg windstorms and tornadoes on the cash or installment plan We represent the Home Insurance Co of New York and refer to any of the many thousand who have been paid for such losses The Home Insurance Co is the largest in America We can make it to your interest to see us before placing your insurance See Robt Kinnaird atNational Bank J Ky1302m Dan Adams and L Faulconer have opened a tailor shop next to Arnolds stable and are prepared to do all kinds of cleaning pressing and repairing tf Miss Gail Laughlin a highly lecturer from New York will address the people of Lancaster at the 730 p m No admission will be charged at the door Everybody Subject American Some people are so servile as to try to make a case of colic appear as the rich mans appendicitis Million Pat to Work The wonderful activity of the new century is shown by an enormous for the worlds best workers Dr KingsNew Life Pills For Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble of Stomach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only 25c R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish s drug store Paint Lick 1m A budding genius right until he begins to blow Foleys Honey and Tar is best for croup and whooping cough contains no opiates and cures quickly Care mothers keep it in the house Sold by Stormes 1m e I the courtesy removed grandfathers and grandmothers depression price Hob- son Feed cheapest tapestries insurance CourtHouse Thursday night Feb27th at Citizenship demand Constipation isall tul C C JE ii perfume ng their environmen throng motet Richmond s recommended invited t as R Of St Carriage repairing and painting at Conns Carriage Shop Get prices on Sinks Tanks Bath Tubs and all plumbing work at Conns Carriage Shop Best line of buggies surries phae tons road wagons and harness for the money ever offered in Conns Carriage Shop You cant make a toper believe spirits cant come back Bucklens Arnica Salve The best and most famous compound in the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures Cuts heals Burns and Bruises subdues Inflammation mas ters Piles Millions of Boxes sold year ly Works wonders in Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions It cures or no pay 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Xr Pn c i Marriage is a failure when love goes into bankruptcy Something That Will You Good We know of no way in which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will be of real good to them For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one of the very best reme dies on the market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup We refer to Chamberlains Cough Remedy We have used it with such good results in our family so long that it has become a household necessity By its prompt use we havent any doubt but that it has time and again prevented croup The testimony is given upon our own experience and we suggest that our readers especially those who have small children always keep it in their homes as a safeguard against Mes senger For sale by R E McRoberts druggist lin The man with a monocle generally makes a spectacle of himself A Good Thing German Syrup is thespecial prescrip Dr A Boschee a celebrated s German Physician and is acknowl edged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all Lung troubles of the severest nature as it does the cause of the af fection and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experimental medicine but has stood the test of years giving satisfac tion in every case which its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Boschees German Syrup was intro duced in the United States in 1868 and is now sold in every town and vil lage in the civilized world Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Stormes drug store Cm Statistics sometimes prove that liars can figure WEAK AND LOW SPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Describes Ills Experience Can heartily recommend Herbine a medecine of remarkable efficacy for indigestion loss of appetite sour taste in the mouth palpitation drowsiness after meals with mental depressions and low spirits Herbine must be a unique preparation for cases such as mine for few doses entirely removed my com plaint I wonder at people going on suffering or spending their money on worthless things when Herbine is pro curable and so cheap 50c a bottle at E McRoberts 1m Fortunate is the bride who is well groomed Saved Him From Trotuet There is no more agonizing trouble than piles The constant itching and burning make life intolerable is comfortable The torture is unceasing DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures piles at once For skin diseases cuts burns bruises all kinds wounds it is unequalled J S Gerall Paul Ark says From 1865 Isuf fered with the producing bleeding piles and could find nothing to help me ntil I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me Beware of counterfeits Others May Come and Others May Go But We Eo On Forever drug store Paint Lick Do croupCamden SoC Lion of removing 1 f Almanac headache 1 No 0 Lancaster N distressing position Our shop has just been thro out and with the cleanest of towels sharpest ra zors polite attention and years of experience we are ready to give you the best shave hair cut or shampoo in town HENRY DUNCAN Hotel BldgThe Old Reliable refurnished r i At t3mn Y 4 T T 4 t T f 4 T A A 0 Y 0 A 0 v I desire to close out the large stock of HARDWARE SADDLES HARNESS PLOWS WAGONS and FARMING IMPLEMENTS of J M Higginbotham decd the days for CASH at actual WHOLESALE COST Nothing reserved Nearly all new spring goods just received in the house and a great deal not unpacked No such op portunity as this to secure FIRSTCLASS GOODS cheap has been before offered to buyers here and EVERYTHING GOES G T HKNMBOTHAM Admr I o o o o o o o o o The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO 0 SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHX E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0 K- A DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson I Jno E Storirfes W H Kinnaird J l S CLOSING OUT AT COST t f t within next30 t 0 I493o 0 0o 0o 0 i maya I a 000pO0000GO00G00 0 O 0p 4 0 0 OOOOOOOOOOOGO OOOOOOC OOOOOO JO00 I ig 2z V Page Wire Fence Page Fence Must foe Made of PAGE WIRE I have just received a full car load of this Celebrated Fence and you will will call on you J T Leaven Lancaster Ky S BEAZUEY i DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office in Danville street oppo ire Presbyterian church buying the Bookout Building MONUMENTS Good work at moderate prices Before your monumental work buy a headstone or monu went Poorly Finished Work is Dear At Any Price Select stock Vermont white and blue Imported Italian Dark Creole and Pink Marbls Get our prices for Granite Monu oflice Stanford street JAS I WHITE Propr Jno Harwood Shop Mgr quality yourtrade f t X X 1 LEWIS Y President J S ROBIXSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I LEAS ELL T E J m Attorney At law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Insure with the New fork Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance Co G B SwinebroadAgt RO L SON 8r Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store ClVII ENGINEERLancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended to Attorney at law Real Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms I JOHN T JOHNSTON L F RUBBLE MAKERS Dontpay two extra profits when carriages and harness Deal with the Get our lowest wholesale rates Our system ofselling to customers Is saving thousands ofdollars to carriage buyers In corner of thecountry We quote the same rates to you that we would give the largest wholesale Jobber and we an assortment to choose from such as no other denier can show With every we give the broadest guarantee IfIt Is not In every way satisfactory you can return vehicle to ua and we will pay freight charges both ways we can also Save two Profits No vote Price S39JO with leather quarter top Shlpmcfit from Columbus for you on harness And other horse equipments Write for our free Illustrated catalogue in which we describe the buggies surreys etc that have mode our toctory famous for their high grade Dont wait until your need Is more pressing write today and have the catalogue by you future use THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE HARNESS CO Columbus 0 PO Box 772 St Louis Mo PO Box 64 Write to neatest once Ko Ml Stra offer you too B llamas Ptice c j 0 the K Buggy 0t1a r I respects like other ulcers or ItI Sa lER this resemblance often proves fatal is lost in fruitless efforts to heal the sore with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer that are multi the irritation and discharge and at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous sickening sore its February 1M9 I noticed a small destructive on my lower lip The doctor cau No ulcer or sore can exist terise it but another came and broke that has in sore on the cheek or other Since y P Brown Hollands S C part of the body will continue to and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood purified and the Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation- S S cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter It lias great its condition And when pure blood is carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process begins the discharge ceases and the place heals over and new skin forms S S S is a strictly vege table blood containing no mercury or minerals of any description If have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind write us about it advice cost you nothing Books on Cancer and other diseases of blood will be sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga CANCEROUS plying in the bloodand the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop workInout some Internalcause out into an open sore I began to take the blood and the S s S and after I had seven hot Open discharging ulcer or the fester the place healed entirely and no of the disease have been seen is S antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons and restore the to you medical the Sand 4 with taken ties signs spread f will J Ionian of Atlanta bought head of horses Monday at from 05 100 Forrest Stapp bought three good horses at Woodard Shanklins sale last week Mr Billy Burton bought a string of six trotters at the Lexington sales They were all topnotchers Good brood sows will be worth more next spring that at any other time in a good many years The same may be also said of cows and ewes At Combination sale of shorthorn cattle held last week in Chicago by Gco Allen of Allerton 111 and the 01 head sold averaged 14123 The coming statistical report for In diana it is said will show that the btate has over 1500000 sheep and that these Hocks are owned by about idU H fanners While there is yet no decided move ment upward in sheep the feeling is more general than in a year or two IMxt that we are on the eve of better times fur this industry- if you do not feel able to buy pure bred stock to begin with then get a purebred male and gegin to make im provement The increased returns liom your flock will soon enable you to buy any kind of stock you want Mr Forrest Stapp who is one of the nestposted horsemen in this section sold to Bourn Fox a road horse for S145 Monday He also sold another to Eastern parties at a good price He sold a highacting gelding to F Reid for S150 There were about GOO cattle at the stock pens here Monday about 400 of the number being sold Yearlings brought 3J to 4c calves S1G to 20 butcher stuff 3Ho3ic heifers 3 to 3ic hogs 5ic Plug horses went for a song Mules 50 to S90 Order your seed corn early this spring as a good article will be scarce Where it is possible have the corn sent in the year as in that condition you can see whether it is all of a kind or not When shelled it is easy to slip in second grade seed and this is too often done Kidney complaint kills more people than any other disease This is due to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good hold on the system it is recognized Foleys Kidney Cure will prevent the development of atal disease if taken in time Sold by C C J E Storrnes lin The horse market has improved a great deal in the past few weeks and if the weather would remain settled there would be increased trading There has been a steady and increased demand for A 1 horses especially coach light harness and saddle stock with hardly sufficient offerings to meet the demand 1 have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not words to express my in this J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by B E McRoberts druggist 1m On many farms the poultry becomes a nuisance tie farmer is to blame however not the poultry Give the poultry a chance to show what they MENTAL AND MORAL The stat the mother during gestation may influence the whole of the child is highly important that pregnant women meet composure and with as little as cf the lower kingdom re no out side to i and delivery of J young for p J Jare not cally hampered A or by dress Women suffer as Vf V with child unless they make of the of art and science that counteract the effect of dress follies Today in every drug store there is one liniment sold at bottle which excels in virtue and safeness like remedy to be applied externally hand once a day on region of the uterus It is not a lor to swallow It is Mothers named because it has never failed to give comfort and ease to woman who ever used it in motherhood i Send for our free book Motherhood L THE MUBFELD REGULATOR CO GA i others before confidence RemedyMrs INFLUENCE of possible aid painless onies when use dIsc- overies ATlANTA E J- rAcflGARDM tens S I I Friends ti Can do by giving them a good dry warm house in winter and provide a varied diet Then you may gather eggs in winter to sell when they bring paying prices At Woodard Shanklins combina tion sale at Lexington Ky last week the mare 2fcva Simmons 2lli was to Mike Bowerman for 13200 She is by Simmons 228 dam Neva 233J On same day Hattie Smith 210J by Hinders Wilkes dam Olga by Lumps Sold to S T Harbison Co for 2300 There are insects like the weevil that like death have all seasons for their own and the most severe weather does not prevent them carrying on their destructive They are especially destruct ive to peas and the seedbag should be thoroughly examined for them If their presence is discovered empty the seeds into some vessel or box that can be covered and pour into it a spoonful of bisulphide of carbon and the insects will be killed without the seed The breeding of skunks is alleged to be a profitable industry and fox in the Aleutian Islands is also on a revenue paying basis but up till a day or two ago no one had ever heard of a Caucasian breeding and fattening dogs for food purposes There is however it seems such a farm It is maintained by an Amen can by name R H Patrick in the Caroline Islands According to his own StolY Mr Patrick manages to ship to Chinese ports about 125 fat young dogs each month The luckless canines are butchered by natives after arrival in the Celestial Empire Mr Patrick will buy during his stay in the United States a refrigerating fit which will enable him to do own slaughtering and so a much greater profit by shipping the carcasses in special consignment at previously agreed prices Saved Her Childs Life In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by Pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City O A terrible cough set in that in spite of a good doctors treatment for several weeks grew worse every day We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for and our darling was soon sound and well We are sure this grand saved his life Millions know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases REMcRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction 50c 100 Trial 1m It often happens that the uptodate maid is made up A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy cough of croup which sounds like the childrens death knell and it means death unless something is done quickly Foleys Honey and Tar never fails to give instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of croup Mrs P L Cordier of Manning ton Ky writes My three year old girl had a severe case of croup the doctor said she could not live I got a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar the first dose gave quick relief and saved her life Refuse substitutes Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m One Of The Wealthiest Senator James B McCreary who will be the junior member from in the upper house at when Senator term will be one of the wealthiest men in that wealthy body Senator McCreary is a stockholder in as many if not more big corporations than any other man in Kentucky He was president of the Louisville Atlantic railroad in which he has stock but resigned before he got actively into politics because in Kentucky the hidebound democrats abhor a or anything with a smell of cor poration about it Senator McCreary will retain his residence in while he is invested with the Senator ial toga He will remain in Washing ton only while Congress is in session Lexington Leader Mr Wheeler Got Kid of His Rheumatism Buriner the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my joints in fact all over my body that I could hardly hobble around when I bought a little of Chamberlains Pain Balm Prom the first application I began to get well and was cured and have worked steadi ly all the year E Wheeler N Y For sale McBpberts druggist winter operations injuring farming established Consumption medicine bottles ree Kentucky Washington Deboes expires corporation byE old outS obtain SSS 4 Kentuck I Ring Ofl Please The telephone girl and the bill clerk to whomshe had promised her heart and hand were sitting in front of the fireplace talking about the happy days to come when they would be one From one little detail to another the talk finally drifted to the subject of lighting the fires in the morning On this point the young man was decided He stated it as his emphatic opinion that it was a wifes place to get up and start the fires and let her poor hard working husband rest After this deciaration there was a silence for threequarters of a second Then the telephone girl thrust out the linger encircled by her engagement ring and murmured sweetly but firmly Ring off please you have got connected with the wrong Lake Herald The Last Heard or It My little boy took the croup one night and soon grew so bad you could hear him breathe all over house says FD Reynolds Mansfield 0 We feared he would die but a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure quickly relieved him and he went to sleep Thats the last we heard of the croup Now cough cure that valuable One Minute Cough Cure is absolutely safe and acts immediately For coughs colds croup grip bronchitis and all other throat and lung troubles it is a certain cure very pleasant to takej The little ones like it 1m A man feels like a boy again when he imprisons a bee in a trumpet but he knows he is the same old fool when the insect gets in its work Good AdVICe The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspep sia and Liver complaint More than seventyfive per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two diseases and their effects such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Costiveness Palpitation of the Heartburn Waterbrash Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the Stomach Yellow Skin Coated Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up of the Food after Eating Low Spirits etc Go to and get a bottle of August Flower for 75 cents Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Stormes drug store 6m If we only knew of the heartaches of others how averse we would to add to their sorrow by an unkind word or adverse criticism Arc You llestless at Night And harassed by bad cough Use Ballards Ilorehound Syrup it will se cure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 25c 50c and 100 bottle at R E McEoberts 1m MCCREARY MrCreech has opened up a at Spoonville Floyd Curtis bought a brown geld ing from Lunsford for STO T L Yautis purchased of W T West his farm on Sugar Creek known as the Stone farm J B Sanders has invented a hemp brake and from this he expects to revolutionize work in this sphere W B Burton sold half interest in a stallion to K A Noel and he wit make the season at the hatters farm near Buckeye Petitions will soon be out to secure signers for free Rural Delivery on this road Make up your mind so when you are asked you will be ready to an swer positively yes or no Mrs Ben Ham visited her sonLogan Jam in Lancaster Monday Chas Tarter is here from Somerset collect ing gone to Texas to wind up the estate of thelate West ley Lackey The Christian church at this place has secured the services of Eld A E Moore for two Sunday afternoons in each month Bro Moore will preach his first sermon for us Sun day March 2nd in the afternoon Little Miss Lillie May Sutton is quite sick W Kinnaird Warren and wife visited at Bourne Saturday and Sun day Mrs Moffett and children vis ited her brother Lish Forbes last week John Forbes and wife were in our village the latter part of the week John gave his friends a rare musical treat John Hardin return ed to Illinois Wednesday Mrs L G Gulley and Master Stanley andMits Edna Lindsay spent a few days in Hi attsville Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or intending to buy any kind of a Monument this yearOne of our firm has just returned from a six weeks trip to the leading Granite Quarries where he placed orders for ten car loads of Monuments for early spring delivery the largest amount ever ordered at one time for Central Kentucky By purchasing such a large lot at the dullest season of the year we secured it at unusually low prices and as it will be shipped at carload freight rates which also means considerable saving we are itatcorrespondingly low prices Now is your opportunity to order a Monument of the best grade of Barre granite and of artistic design and execution lettered in the quarries shipped direct to your own town and delivered when desired at Very low prices If you wish to see our prices or furtner information write us Wm Adams Son 263m Lexington Ky numberSalt JJ isnt- a likr flower yourDruggist new D Gulley has offering of 6 45 45 stoic J si Gatfafd Opera louseT B LONG MANAGER C U MINSTRELS AND IN SPOTLESS TOWS Saturday February FIRST PART Interlocutor Mr Chas Schoolfield TAMBOBONES June Hunter Steve Vaught Jim Sallee COMEDIANS Phil liorbour Buddy Ward John Hopkins Im Going to Live Anyhow till I Die Good Bye Booze lune Hunter WaLt Mr Eugene Curry No Ue Askin You Know The Reason Why MeveVaught 1 Love You Dear And Only You Mr S U Glenn You Neednt Come Home Phil Harbour BOYLE WOOLFOLK IN thiS LATEST SONG SUCCESS Keep Your Eye On That Gal In Red HENRY SAXTON King of The Guitar INTERMISSION PART SECOND IN SPOTLESS TOWN Musical Farce by Boyle Woolfolk CAST OF CHARACTERS Hi Muck Mayor of Spotless Town Mr June Hunter Doeup Brown Doctor of Spotless Town 11 0 Cunningham Bob Fly The Cop of Spotless Town Mr Ernest Cook Ann Fry Cook of Spotless Town Miss Pearl Faulconer May The Belle of Spotless Lillie White The Maiden of Spotless Town Miss Clyde Burke Weezie Wiener Went to Spotless Town Mr Alex Serpell Woozie Wurst Went With Him Mr Ed Snider Spot The Terror of Spotless Town Milton Durham SIX GRACES SIX BEAUXS MAIDENS ATTEND ANTS VISITORS ETC Street in Spotless Town Bus Mgr Mr Steele Bailey Executive Staff j Adv Mgr Mr Ernest Smith Stage Mgr Mr Steve Taught 1 st I 902 J im Salle II Ring town MissClydeMcGinnis SCENEMain 1 MANSE There will be preaching Fairview SundayThe of Mr C Terrill was largt ly attended Everything sold well and an abundant dinner was furnish edRev McClurg has returned from a visit to Virginia Rev McDowell has ben the guest of Will Lusk and Sister Mrs J H Burke and have been the guests of M rs J T Palmer of Lancaster Mr William Conn of this place was married Fri day night to Miss Essee Ross daugh ter of Mr and Mrs David Ross of Flat woods Miss LueHiggins and broth er returned home after a visit to low er Garrard Benj Dunn of Marks bury has been the guest of relatives here W C Doty is visiting friends in Lexington I FOREIGN GOSSIP One of the jolliest clubs in Paris it is stated is one formed exclusively of deaf and dumb persons The city of Dover Eng land have received authority from parliament to scrape the staring off the famous chalk cliffs of that coast France is proud of the increase in her populations The census figures for this year are 38641333 an increase in five years of 412364 The increase in the preceding fiveyear period was only 133819 Silk hats continue to be very fash ionable in England Of course the greatest wear is in London but throughout Great Britain there is ex pended each year over 1000000 on this style of headgear Ireland continues to far all other European countries in crime lessness Official statistics for the last year just published show a de crease of 102 per cent in minor of enses as compared with the preceding year It is interesting to find that there are still 30 High streets in London al though many others have been re named There are 11 St Johns roads and nine St James places Eleven Queen streets still exist although 33 have been renamed and 15 King streets remain out of the original 53 There are two Oxford streets other than the famous one and five Victoria streets Nearly half a century ago the ex periment of putting horse meat on the market was made for the first time in Austria A government decree of April 20 1854 gave legal permission article of food During the rest of that year and in 1855 943 horses were slaughtered for food in Vienna the number rose in 1899 the last year for which statistics are obtainable to 25 640 head At the recent meeting of the Ger man and Austrian Alpine clubs held at Meran Dr Klotzberg president of the Austrian Tourist club delivered an address in which he strongly con demned the growing practice of obscure dangerous peaks which has led to the needless sacrifice of many lives Such climbing he is no longer touristik it is acrobatic it is suicide lie called upon the members to and was warmlv annlnurted The Way to Live Labor now so to live that at the hour of death thou mayest rather re joice than a Kempis Evidence to the Contrary Do you think that a man is always better off for a college education No answered the housewife rather sharply This morning I asked a man who came around with a wagou whether he had any nice fresh eggs He merely looked at me reproachfully and said Madam might I be permitted to observe that fresh eggs are always nice eggs and nice eggs are always fresh Wash ington Star i daughter authoriiies outdistance to cut up and sell horse meat as an climbing declared discountenance- it fearThomas I 7 i advertisements i English Grooiniiipr 3Ict man An English groom who spent 20 years in the stables of royalty thus America and the way they are treated in England You dont take good care of your horses You think you do but you dont When a horse comes in all wet with perspiration you let him stand in the stable and dry with all the dirt on In England we take the horse as he comes in from a drive and sprinkle bloodwarm water all over him from his head to his feet Then we scrape him down and blanket him rubbing his legs and face Thus in an hour he is clean and dry and ready to take a good feed while your way he will stand and sweLter for hours and finally dry sticky and dirty Our horses never founder and never take cold We never use a currycomb You scratch your horses too hard The only care necessary is to have the water not very cold Then bathe them quickly and blanket them instantly while you are rubbing their Experience in Bean Grovriiipr In an experiment in the east bush beans were grown on the same land successively for 14 years and in the last year the check crop was grown on new land The yield on the old and new land was as SO to 131 being that much in favor of the new land It has been supposed that white beans would on any kind of soil MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Dr Kings New FOR Consumption Coughs and Cold Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Ha LaGrippe Hoarseness Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c 81 Trial Bottle Pee Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat i 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL is the best paper published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers It is the equal of many Dailies and the superior of all other SemiWeeklies or Weeklies HENRY WATTERSON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET TIlE CENTRAL RECORDA- ND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL IJoth One Year for Only 15OT- his is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through the RECORD office LOCAL TIME TABLES Southbnd Mixed leaves Lancaster Northbnd Mixed 335 K- Northbnd Passgr 3441 K- Bouthbnd laoiji spoke of the way we treat in legs grow Discovery FeverPleurisy 2TIMES 1 o 11 05 A u P U Ii U horses dry d CENflNL Ik cIc S 4 i LISTEN PLEASE My accounts are now PAST DUE arid I must have every cent owtn to me I dont want to be compelled to DUN YOU But T need the money and must imve it This means YOU if you owe Ine I have waited patiently and must have what owe to meet my obigaticms SALLIE D TILLETT secretes enough bile to make the execute natural functions ural agitation caused bycathartics continual and increasing doses to attain results cure constipation by agitating the acts on the liver cures Chills jgg dnd Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE Saturday March 1st Guy Caufmans Big Comedy Production Railroad Jack Jolly and True but still a Tramp nn 12BIG SPECIALTIES The Barnum of all Tramp Plays Elegant Special Scenery Realistic Scenic Effects 50 and 75 cents Seats now on sale at Stormes Drugstore rcy T t I own mrr rgu 8rruJSfr m n 1 T p1 They temporarily on t ake glls bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver eintestines Unnat comp ls IfI t e J Opera HOUS9m One Night Only The funniest Earth PRICES25c II i 1 lJ your 1 t i Pm r 1 pi1 i ShOW Digests what you eat It the food and Nature in strengthening and recon Structing the digestive or It is the latest ant and tonic No other approach It in stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other results imperfect digestion Price50c and SI Large 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